Hosts Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters, MPH welcome Sushant Gupta. Co-Founder and CEO of Meomind, the world's first on-demand alternative to therapy with a new approach to mental healthcare making therapy more affordable and scalable than ever before. Meomind is a platform that was created to address the challenges many face in accessing quality therapy. We discuss the world of mental health, coaching and those all important social determinants of health. Stick around, you won't want to miss the rest of the story. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
STS Website: https://survivingthesurvivor.com/ STS Merch Store: https://www.bonfire.com/store/sts-store/ #STSNation, Welcome to another episode of Surviving The Survivor, the podcast that brings you the #BestGuests in all of True Crime… We dive back into the #DanMarkel murder case. He's the Harvard-educated FSU Law Professor gunned down in his Tallahassee driveway back in 2014. Two hitmen and a go-between are already convicted of the crime and in prison. Ex-brother-in-law Charlie Adelson sits in jail awaiting his murder trial. ****A TRIAL DATE NOW SET FOR OCTOBER 23**** We also just got to see the State's witness list and other important documents. #BestGuests Famed Tallahasse Defense Attorney R. Timothy Jansen is a partner in the firm Jansen & Davis…he has handled complex Civil, Administrative and Criminal Litigation s, first as Chief Trial Counsel for the Secretary of State of Florida, Tallahassee, handling both complex Civil and Criminal matters. He also spent 5 years as a federal prosecutor. No one knows the Tallahassee legal community better than Tim. Lori Hellis is an author and a retired criminal defense attorney. She moved to Boise, Idaho, to help write her book titled Children of Darkness & Light which is also the name of her YouTube channel. Her blog is called the Lori Vallow Story. John D. Singer – is Co Founder of, Singer Deutsch LLP and graduate of Georgetown Law Mr. Singer was designated as a "New York Super Lawyer" in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, Singer makes regular appearances as a legal analyst for CNBC and a gazillion other outlets#JusticeForDanMarkel #TrueCrime #FSU #TrueCrimeCommunity #Podcast
In this week's special episode of #2FatGuysTalkingFlowers the Fern, Mike & the Fatty Gang sit down with Monica Michelle, CEO and Co-Founder of BloomTV. We hear all about Monica's past and path to owner of a media company, how she moved to a remote island to build the company, plans for the future, and more! Throughout the episode, we pitch Monica a bunch of new show ideas (hence the episode title). Listen in and enjoy!BloomTV is a streaming TV network for all things floral. From workshops and pilot shows submitted by creators, to BloomTV-produced TV shows and professional workshop series, BloomTV has something for everyone. Whether you are incorporating flowers into your garden, your home, art, DIYs, or recipes, this lifestyle channel will show you that there are endless ways to incorporate flowers into your every day, and experience life in full bloom.Learn more about Monica and Bloom TV at https://bloomtvnetwork.com/Submit your questions, comments and requests to be on the show by emailing 2FatGuys@jetfreshflowers.com
Today on the Ruff Talk VR podcast we are joined by Michael Gschwandtner the CEO of VRWorkout! This virtual reality game on the Meta Quest store has everything you can expect in a VR fitness app and more including hand tracking, push-ups, sit-ups, burpees, and more! Listen as we get to know Michael, his introduction to virtual reality, how VRWorkout came to be, what's coming next for the app, and more!Mondays are dedicated to our series of episodes about the discussion of Virtual Reality (VR) newsPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/rufftalkvrTabor Radio: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2216985If you enjoy the podcast be sure to rate us 5 stars and subscribe! Join our official subreddit at https://www.reddit.com/r/RuffTalkVR/Discord: https://discord.gg/9JTdCccucSThis podcast was sponsored by Kiwi Design - the premier company for Oculus Quest accessories. Visit our affiliate link below to shop for your VR accessories including knuckle straps, lens protectors, head straps, link cables, and more while also supporting the podcast!Affiliate Link: https://www.kiwidesign.com/?ref=RuffTalkVRGet 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code RUFFTALKVR at MANSCAPED.com!*We are paid a commission through affiliate links to help support the podcast on the Kiwi links abovePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/rufftalkvrVRWorkout Store Link: https://www.meta.com/experiences/8266372770101746/Store Description:Sprint. Squat. Jump. Crunch.VR Workout is the FULL-BODY FITNESS app of the future.
Nipple pain, pumping friction, and chaffing. Sound familiar? This week on the Milk Minute, Heather and Maureen sit down with cofounders of CoBoo to discuss their revolutionary pumping spray. Jenny and Michelle are incredible sisters, mothers and businesswomen that have changed the pumping game. As mothers we go through a lot to provide for our children. Great news! Pain and suffering while pumping is about to become a thing of the past, all thanks to the incredible dream team behind CoBoo. This show is completely sponsored by CoBoo, and we are so excited to hear from the cofounders Jenny and Michelle on this product they created just for you!Work With Us!Book a Lactation Consult with Heather! Click HERE for the deets.Book a Lactation Consult with Maureen! Click HERE to get started.Check out CoBoo and use promo code MILKMINUTE15 for 15% off!Website | CoBooMom.comInstagram (@coboospray)Facebook | CoBoo SprayTikTok | CoBoo | Breast Pump Spray's Creator ProfilePrefer to read the transcript? Click Here Support the showCheck out Milk Minute Podcast's website here!Become a VIP Click here to get exclusive access and more!Send us an e-mail! MilkMinutePodcast@gmail.comFacebook | Instagram | TikTok
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Deliciously Instagramable: How To Create A Brand Ambassador Program with Annie Slabotsky, GoNanas Co-Founder In this episode, Annie Slabotsky, Co-Founder of Go Nanas joins me to discuss Instagramable food and their self-feeding brand ambassador program. What Makes Food Instagramable? People tend to post on Instagram what they're proud of, such as cakes or muffins they've made. Origin Story of Go Nanas: Annie's passion for baking led her to start making themed gift bags during college, always including her favorite banana bread. Annie met Morgan, and their shared love for baking and banana bread led to selling loaves as a side hustle on a campus lacking healthy options. The business quickly expanded into foodservice sales but pivoted to online sales during the pandemic, which proved successful and led to their current scalable and shelf-stable business model. The Ambassador Program: Go Nana's has over 2,600 ambassadors!! Ambassadors are rewarded with events, social incentives, free products, merchandise, and a percentage of sales. Their Instagramable product attracts more people to join the program, contributing to its growth. Influencer Collaboration and Brand Relevance: Go Nana's has an influencer program for sponsored posts, but the return on investment can be challenging to measure. Co-branded limited-edition product releases with influencers and a revenue share model are strategies employed to maintain brand relevance and increase reach. Community Building and Event Engagement: Building a community around the founders and brand ambassadors is vital for brand success and Instagramability. Events, both virtual and in-person, foster connections and provide valuable feedback for brand growth, with brand ambassadors being the guiding stars. Making Your Brand Instagramable: Brands can achieve Instagramability through authentic engagement, community building, and collaboration, showcasing passion and purpose to create a captivating online presence. Season 3, Episode 59: GoNanas: Website Linkedin Facebook Instagram Pinterest Bite Into Business Podcast GoNanas App on Apple App Store & Google Play Connect with Annie Connect with Tony About me and my mission and the podcast: Are you looking for a fun and light-hearted podcast to discover unique brands and learn about the people and strategies successful companies are implementing in the CPG and Food and Beverage Industry? The brands featured here take us into the world of innovation, sustainability, good for you, lifestyle, QSR, Foodservice, Distribution, DTC, Club, and more. I am a fun-loving business leader, podcaster, husband, dad, cyclist, and Convention of States volunteer in my spare time. My mission is to discover the people and ideas behind these different, better, and special companies. Entrepreneurs and CEOs, are you: Searching for distributor or broker partners? Actively prospecting commercial buyers to gain more points of distribution? Searching for the right person to add to the team? My Direct Response Marketing Service attracts exactly what you need to help your brand thrive and grow. Here is a NOVEL approach to ATTRACT distributors, buyers, and people (DEMO) Contact me: Tony@timpl.com Follow me on LinkedIn: Different, Better, Special Brands Join Our Community Music from Uppbeat and ZapSplat https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/get-the-funk-in License code: SF3WUKBUJQULFHXE TIKTOK | INSTAGRAM | YOUTUBE | LINKEDIN PAGE | LINKEDIN GROUP
In this episode we're joined by Bryan Clayton, Co-founder of GreenPal. GreenPal has been dubbed ‘Uber for lawn care' by Entrepreneur magazine and currently boasts over 300,000 users, with ambitions to make that figure 1 million in the next 5 years. Bryan joins us to share his lessons in building and growing GreenPal, as well as diving into the insights that helped him achieve a successful exit from his first business, Peachtree, in 2013. In the episode we discuss:The concept of mentorship vs. asynchronous mentorshipThe benefits of hiring pirates vs. romanticsWhat's not taught in business school?Creating your own roadblocks to force reevaluation of your products and servicesImmersing yourself in industry research to accelerate your growthFunctionality that's been critical to the reliability of GreenPal's platformReferenced in this episode:[Book] Grinding It Out by Rac Kroc: https://amzn.to/3tb8USz[Movie] The Founder on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/80101899?source=35[Book] The Lean Startup by Eric Ries: https://amzn.to/45eLwAW[Book] The Four Steps to the Epiphany by Steve Blank: https://amzn.to/46v2gF0[Book] The Startup Owner's Manual by Steve Blank: https://amzn.to/3PAehCjConnect with Bryan/GreenPal:https://www.yourgreenpal.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryan-clayton-a96b33214https://www.instagram.com/bryanmclayton/Connect w/ SiteVisibility:https://www.sitevisibility.co.uk/https://twitter.com/sitevisibilityhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/sitevisibility-a-division-of-ai-digital-ltd/https://www.instagram.com/sitevisibility/https://www.tiktok.com/@sitevisibility_https://www.youtube.com/@SiteVisibility/https://www.threads.net/@sitevisibilityIf you'd like to work with us, you'd like to feature on the podcast, or you have a guest or topic recommendation, please email email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over 12 years broadcasting on the internet! On Thursday's show, we discuss tax controversies in Collier County and proposed public education reforms for the next legislative session with Keith Flaugh, Co-Founder of the Florida Citizens Alliance. Less Government President Seton Motley and I discuss the barriers to creating less government. Director of Health Policy at the Cato Institute Michael Cannon and I discuss last night's debate and the lack of focus on problems with healthcare. We also discuss last night's debate with the former Mayor of Naples, Bill Barnett. We have terrific guests scheduled for Friday's show including Pacific Legal Foundation's William Yeatman, Senior Economist from the Competitive Enterprise Institute Ryan Young, and author, columnist and Professor Larry Bell. Please access this or past shows at your convenience on my web site, social media platforms or podcast platforms.
This week, Dany Garcia, co-founder of LinkedIn Top Startup Zoa Energy, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how she works. Dany shares the daily routine that keeps her in a constant state of learning and growth, why researching your counterpart makes for a better one-on-one, and how, despite not having had mentors herself, she's baking mentoring others into her leadership style. Got questions you want to hear on This is Quick? Share a post or comment on LinkedIn using the hashtag #ThisisWorking Follow Dany Garcia, Zoa Energy, The Garcia Companies, and Dan Roth on LinkedIn. Learn more about all of LinkedIn's Top Startups here. Subscribe to our This is Working newsletter - you'll get our next leadership insights delivered right to your inbox.
Martin Talvari, co-founder of Myriad.live spends a lot of his time with and looking for “outstanding people.” Listen in and find out the word for “outstanding” in Chinese and how to use it in the best context!
#613: Today, we're sitting down with Siff Haider & Nish Samantray, founders of Arrae. Siff and Nish founded Arrae on a simple principle: to create all-natural wellness products to solve everyday concerns and help women feel their best. Today, we discuss all things related to creating a business for longevity. We delve into how to find and choose the right investors, how to create tangible business goals, and why execution is everything. We also explore the 'why' behind our newest co-brand, how The Skinny Confidential and Arrae got connected, and everything you need to know about anti-inflammation. To connect with Arrae click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE To subscribe to our YouTube Page click HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) This episode is brought to you by The Skinny Confidential & Arrae Introducing Le Depuff. This limited edition tincture is meant to rev up the digestive system, detoxify the liver and add hints of herbal raspberry to your daily hydration routine. Visit arrae.com to learn more. This episode is brought to you by The Natural Diamond Council From Canada to Africa to Australia, the natural diamond industry has transformed local communities from which the diamonds originate with healthcare, education, and infrastructure over the last two decades and is committed to continued progress. Discover so many more natural diamond truths at naturaldiamonds.com/thankyou This episode is brought to you by JSHealth JSHealth Vitamins is a science-focused vitamin and wellness brand that provides targeted formulas to help you meet your personal health goals, created using the highest quality ingredients backed by research. Go to jshealthvitamins.com/skinny and use code SKINNY for 20% your order or first subscription. This episode is brought to you by eBay Ensure your next purchase is the real deal with eBay Authenticity Guarantee. Everyone deserves real. Visit ebay.com for terms. This episode is brought to you by Westin Hotels At Westin hotels, there's amenities and offerings aimed to help you move well, eat well, and sleep well, so you can keep your well-being close, while away. Find wellness on your next stay at Westin. This episode is brought to you by Momentous Visit livemomentous.com/skinny and use code SKINNY at checkout for 15% off your first purchase. Produced by Dear Media
Jeffrey and Clayten are the Co-Founders of Focused Life Force Energy (FLFE) which is a system designed to broadcast high-consciousness fields to specific locations around the world. In this episode, they share insights into how this fascinating quantum-associating technology works and insights into some of their results including scientific supporting evidence. Brandon also shares several noticeable changes and improvements in his own life he has experienced in the month leading up to the episode after having FLFE focused on his own home and phone. Focus FLFE on both your home and phone for free at positivehead.com/flfe Check out our newly updated page instagram.com/positive_head Care to play a game with the youniverse? Ask the universe the episode you would most benefit from hearing next and click positivehead.com/game. Download The Golden Key audio or e-book at GoldenKey.Gift with the Code: POSITIVEHEAD Text Brandon to receive regular golden nuggets of wisdom at 310.564.0750
On this episode of She Dynasty, Valerie's joined by Heidi Zak, Co-Founder and CEO of ThirdLove, to discuss how one shopping trip at Victoria's Secret sparked the idea to disrupt an entire category. Tune in to hear about how her company became the top online intimate brand among millennials!
Ever wondered what it's like to run a company that simplifies group payments and information collection? Join me as I take a deep dive into a fascinating conversation with Nicole Montoya, the co-founder, and CEO of Cheddar Up. Nicole takes us on a journey from her simple beginnings on an Iowa farm to the hustle and bustle of running a fintech company in Denver. We explore the genesis of Cheddar Up, how it caters to diverse organizations like PTAs, Girl Scouts, teams, and churches, and the unique offerings it brings to the table, including their signature Sign Ups feature. In our chat, Nicole unpacks the story behind the catchy name 'Cheddar Up', and how they connect and resonate with their user base. We explore Cheddar Up's innovative solutions to group payments and information collection, bringing to light the software's flexibility in serving different users and its user-friendly design. Nicole and I also delve into the world of female entrepreneurship in the fintech industry, discussing the triumphs and challenges she's faced. Whether you're a payments pro or an aspiring entrepreneur, this episode offers a wealth of wisdom and a peek into Nicole's inspiring journey.
In the latest episode of the "Power Kid Podcast," host Phil Albritton of Power Kid Design welcomes Kevin Daniels, President and Co-Founder of Fun In Motion Toys to the show. Fun In Motion is the four-time Toy of the Year (TOTY) finalist behind mesmerizing toys including Shashibo, Spin Ball, and Wandini. On the show, Daniels explains how an activity invented by the indigenous people of New Zealand became the inspiration for Fun In Motion Toys' first product. He and Albritton go on to discuss the success of Fun In Motion with independent retailers and the methods used to grab customers' attention. Following the backstory on Shashibo, Daniels shares insight into how the company is leveraging its existing items to break into new product categories. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/adventuremedia/message
Dr Sharon Zivkovic is the founder of the Centre for Autistic Social Entrepreneurship and Co Founder of Wicked Lab. With lived experience of Autism and being an NDIS participant herself we explore the spectrum of neurodiversity, typical traits, monotropism, co occurring conditions, diagnostic tools, body mechanics and flow state.Want to become a Keep Rolling Patron and help further support the channel, hit the Patreon link below and Roll with the Squad!https://www.patreon.com/street_rolling_cheetahAdd, Follow or Contact Dr Sharon Zivkovic: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-sharon-zivkovic-2587888/Add, Follow or Contact me: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/street_rolling_cheetah/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/st_rollcheetahFace book: https://www.facebook.com/StreetRollingCheetah/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jake-briggs-77b867100/Timestamps00:00:00 Where it started00:06:00 Learning Environments and Innovation 00:30:00 Master of Autism & NDIS Participant00:39:00 Levels and Traits of Autism00:44:45 Sensory Overload 00:49:00 Co Occurring Conditions00:52:00 Diagnostic Tools00:56:30 Monotropism01:02:36 PHD01:05:00 Politically Correct?01:08:35 Does NDIS Work?01:12:00 Body Mechanics & Flow State01:18:00 Bruce Bonyhady01:25:00 Why Do I Feel this Way01:28:40 Autistic Entrepreneurship
Get Opto's best content every day by subscribing to our FREE Newsletter: www.cmcmarkets.com/en/opto/newsletterToday, we have the pleasure of welcoming Michael Venuto, CIO and Co-Founder of the Tidal Financial Group & Portfolio Manager of the Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF [BLOK], back to the show. In this episode, Michael explores the potential impact of the 2024 Bitcoin halving on the cryptocurrency market, sharing insights on whether it will spark the next bull run or fall short of expectations. Michael also discusses why he thinks bitcoin stands as a hedge against hyperinflation, the potential impact of Coinbase's custodianship of BlackRock's spot bitcoin ETF, and the powerful intersection between blockchain and AI. Wrapping up, Micheal addresses the correlation between Bitcoin's price and crypto miners, explaining why he views them as ‘a leveraged play.' Michael mentions companies like MicroStrategy, Marathon Digital, and Riot Platforms, highlighting the distinguishing factors that set the top miners apart from the competition.Before Tidal, Michael was Head of Investments at Global X, providing portfolio optimisation services to institutional clients. Before that, Michael was Senior Vice President at Horizon Kinetics, a New York-based investment adviser. Enjoy!Listen to our previous episode featuring Michael:Apple PodcastsSpotify------------------Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.CMC Markets is an execution-only service provider. The material (whether or not it states any opinions) is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives. Nothing in this material is (or should be considered to be) financial, investment, or other advice on which reliance should be placed. No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment, security, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person.The material has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research. Although we are not specifically prevented from dealing before providing this material, we do not seek to take advantage of the material prior to its dissemination.CMC Markets does not endorse or offer opinions on the trading strategies used by the author. Their trading strategies do not guarantee any return and CMC Markets shall not be held responsible for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein.
For three decades, since its founding in 1992 at Yeshiva University's Cardozo School of Law, the Innocence Project has led a national effort to exonerate wrongly convicted defendants through scientific advances in DNA technology. That work has led to the exoneration of hundreds of wrongly convicted defendants, some of them on death row. Justin and Geonard interviewed the founders of the Innocence Project, Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld.
More in Common helps organizations, teams and individuals build an environment of trust, accelerate growth, drive collaboration and inspire personal development by creating productive emotional experiences. In this episode, Adam Torres interviewed Rodney Brice Campbell, Co Founder and Chief Vision Officer at More In Common. Explore the More In Common journey and new book Rodney and Keith Richardson released, Mission Matters: World's Leading Entrepreneurs Reveal Their Top Tips To Success (Business Leaders Vol. 8).Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be a guest on our podcast:https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/Visit our website:https://missionmatters.com/Support the showMore FREE content from Mission Matters here: https://linktr.ee/missionmattersmedia
While California might be getting a lot of stuff wrong, they may also be getting somethings right. The California State Senate gave final approval to a bill that will legalize psychedelics, they're just awaiting the final green light from Governor Gavin Newsom. Co-Founders of the California Center for Psychedelic Therapy Dr. Cole Marta and Brooke Balliett, LMFT join Kennedy to share why this is a revolutionary bill and explain how their practice uses psychedelics and psychotherapy to heal PTSD, depression, anxiety, and other mental health challenges. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation Kennedy Now Available on YouTube: https://bit.ly/4311mhD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Throughout her life, Ashleigh Parker would get whispers of wisdom that, in her younger days she would ignore. Her Dad, a well-respected attorney, was a great role model to her, but she had no interest in practicing law until the moment it became clear that she was being called to that path. With that clarity she applied to, and graduated, from her father's alma mater and began her career as a prosecutor. She was equally as certain that she had no interest in procedural law, until she found fulfillment when she joined the NC Attorney General's office and was assigned to the DMV. Being a judge seemed far out of the realm of possibility, until she was named the youngest African American female to the NC bench. When considering where she wanted to work as a judge, she had zero interest in family court, until that was her assigned courtroom and she discovered that she loved it. Ultimately Ashleigh made the choice to stop letting resistance stand in the way of what she is meant to do, and instead, now finds her clarity by being still and listening to her gut, her god, and her guides. Bio: Judge Ashleigh Parker is a District Court Judge in the 10th Judicial District, which encompasses Wake County, located in Raleigh, NC. Prior to her appointment by Governor Roy Cooper in 2017, Judge Parker served the citizens of North Carolina as an Assistant Attorney General at the North Carolina Department of Justice and as an Assistant District Attorney at the Wake County District Attorney's Office. Judge Parker graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wake Forest University and cum laude from North Carolina Central University School of Law. She has been practicing law since she was 24 years old. At age 30, Judge Parker was only the 3rd and youngest African American female to hold this position in Wake County since the District Courts were established over 50 years ago. Judge Parker prides herself on her judicial philosophy of being “R.E.A.L.: Respectful, Efficient, Active in the Community, and Learned in the Law." Judge Parker is passionate about increasing equity within the criminal justice system and educating our youth. She has written for multiple publications, including the North Carolina State Bar Journal, on topics related to racism, sexism, and natural hair within the legal profession. Additionally, Judge Parker has held numerous leadership positions in her profession and is currently Vice Chair of the NC State Bar CLE Committee and President of the 10th Judicial District Bar and Wake County Bar Association where she is the first African American female to be President of both bars and the youngest ever. Judge Parker serves as the lead Child Support Judge in Wake County and one of two Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Judges. She is the Co-Founder of the Capital City Lawyer's Association Law Day Program. Since its inception in 2014, this program has afforded over 900 minority high school students the opportunity to engage in a mock trial, interact with minority officers and attorneys, and take a tour of the local jail. Most recently, Judge Parker is also the Co-Founder of the Wake County Legal Support Center which opened on January 9, 2023. This Center provides free legal information for individuals who wish to represent themselves with domestic and housing issues. Lastly, Judge Parker is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated. She lives in Raleigh with her 2 sons where they attend Elevation Church. For more information about Judge Parker you can visit her website at www.JudgeAshleigh.com. Links to articles: Sexism: The Elephant in the Courtroom My Crown is Professional Justice Isn't Always Blind A Call to Action: Fighting Racial Inequality Behind the Bench
Liz Elting is truly a star of the business world: she's one of Forbes' Richest Self-Made Women, an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. She co-founded TransPerfect, the number one translation company in the world–starting it from an NYU dorm room and is going to share her tips on how to grow your business, the reality of what you need to give up and how she balanced growing the business with being a parent. Her book Dream Big and Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business is an amazing read, full of personal stories, humor and also tangible, concrete tips that you can apply. Plus I talk about speaking at and leading a workshop for the Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York City entitled The Secrets to Creating Social Video That Gets Noticed. I share a little behind the scenes of my speaking career, how I book speaking gigs, how I prepare for the speech and the content I'm capturing… and how it went! Did you love today's episode? 1. Take a screenshot and share it to your IG stories. Tag me @kimrittberg 2. Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! LINKS: -FREE DOWNLOAD: 10 Tips to Take Your Videos from Mediocre to Magnetic to Grow Your Revenue click here -Follow host Kim Rittberg on Instagram & Subscribe to Kim's YouTube Channel to Make Better Videos that Convert -Get your copy of Dream Big and Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business by Liz Elting: Click Here! -
Marissa Mayer is one of the most successful and influential women in tech. As employee #20 at Google, she played a lead role in building the iconic products we use every day, like Google Search, Gmail, AdWords, and Google Maps. As President and CEO at Yahoo, she learned important lessons on leadership, growth, and engagement. Now, she's in a role she's never had before: founder. As the Co-Founder and CEO of Sunshine, Marissa is focused on cleaning up our contacts and making us happier by improving our relationships -- with a little help from artificial intelligence. Marissa joins us to share how she's seen AI evolve from her days as a Stanford student researching AI to now -- and why we might be on the eve of another technological revolution. She reflects on her experience in scaling and risk-taking at Google and always putting the user first. And, she discusses her long-term vision for Sunshine, why we should take a cautious view on AI regulation, and why search still has a long way to go.
Kelly is all over the CrossFit space. Her most recent venture in the space brought her to founding the Femme Fit Society along with Lindsey Marcelli from Compete For A Cure and Girls Gone RX. Together they are revolutionizing the narrative for women in the fitness space and bringing light to topics that relate to women and the unique challenges they face. We had a great conversation on a ton of subjects. Enjoy. You can follow Kelly (@strongerwithkelly) and Femme Fit Society (@femmefitsociety) on Instagram. Follow Wex Appeal on all formats @wexappealpocast on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, X (formerly known as Twitter) and Threads. Sponsor Info: THUNDRBRO (@thundrbro) you can get your shred challenge on today with Dave Lipson. Join the 30 Day Shred Challenge and tell them that Wex sent you. Strong Coffee Company (@strongcoffeecompany) use Promo Code "WEXAPPEAL" for 15% OFF your order. Go to www.strongcoffeecompany.com Blackout Barbell (@blackout_xx_barbell) go to www.blackoutbarbell.shop and use promo Code "WEXAPPEAL" for 10% Off your total order.
Get FREE Sales Leadership Resources at go.transformedsales.com/podHighlights[00:51] - Necessity is the mother of invention - How a personal challenge pushed him into the job market and led him through the incredible career he's had.[03:37] - Why he had to close his first business and the lessons he learned from the experience.[11:21] - Problem solving and leadership strategies for sales professionals and business owners.[16:21] - Building multiple businesses in France's challenging business environment, getting US investors, and trying to balance business and personal life.[21:14] - How Inboxbooster helps businesses thrive in a competitive landscape.In this episode of the Transformed Sales Podcast, I interviewed Nicolas Toper, the CEO and Co-Founder of Inboxbooster, a platform that uses AI to ensure emails don't end up in Spam/Promotions on Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo. The platform serves over 2,000 clients including YCombinator, Zengo, and Wisbee, and has recently been featured in several articles including Forbes, FinSMEs, and Business Mole. Nicolas has a Master of Science in Computer Science degree from the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, has been awarded 4 patents on computer compiler optimization and email deliverability, and speaks French, English, and German.Nicolas candidly discussed the challenges he faced in the early stages of his career. From grappling with the intricacies of email deliverability to ensuring that his platform catered to the needs of different corporate giants, his journey was not without its hurdles. One of the most poignant moments of the interview was when Nicolas reflected on a previous business venture that didn't succeed. However, instead of viewing it as a setback, he treated it as a learning experience. Drawing lessons from his past failures, he channeled his insights and experiences into the creation of Inboxbooster. Tune in to get a dose of inspiration from Nicolas that will definitely help you successfully navigate your sales career.Quotes“The fact that you make money is a sign that you're selling something good that people want to buy” - Nicolas Toper“You need to be comfortable being uncomfortable when you're in sales” - Nicolas Toper“You have to be very clear about leadership expectations and what you want from other people” - Nicolas ToperLearn More About Nicolas Toper in the Links Below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolas/Twitter - https://twitter.com/ntoperWebsite - https://inboxbooster.com/Connect with Wesleyne:Wesleyne's Website - https://transformedsales.com/Wesleyne on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wesleynegreer/Wesleyne on Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/wesleynegreerWesleyne on Twitter - https://twitter.com/wesleynegreerEmail Her at
What company isn't “customer obsessed”? Well, a lot, as it turns out. That's not for lack of caring—but building a customer-centric culture is easier said than done. And how you do this depends on whether you're starting from square one or trying to change a company's culture from the inside. According to Prayag Narula, CEO and Co-Founder of Marvin, changing a culture towards customer centricity requires starting from the bottom-up. Building something new? Leaders should be obsessing over customer feedback, actively placing research and customer insights front and center from the very beginning. In this episode of Awkward Silences, Prayag sits down with Erin and Carol to discuss his strategies for building a customer-centric product culture at Marvin. Tune in to learn more about what it means to obsess over customers, doing research versus using research, how customer centricity is put into practice at Marvin, and more.
Team WILY has their biggest success yet, but tensions flare between the “three” co-founders and Valerie hatches a new plan of her own. The Co-Founder is a Realm production, starring Sunita Mani and Alexandra Shipp, and written by Alexis Wilkinson, Alexa Wejko, and Mimi Mondal. Listen Away. For more shows like this, visit Realm.fm, and sign up for our newsletter while you're there! Listen to this episode ad-free by joining Realm Unlimited or Realm+ on Apple Podcasts. Subscribers also get early access and exclusive bonus content! Visit realm.fm/unlimited Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok. Want to chat about your favorite Realm shows? Join our Discord. Visit our merch store: realm.fm/merch Find and support our sponsors at: www.realm.fm/w/partners Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Private equity doesn't always win outright, but it almost never loses. As the independent insurance model continues to face consolidation, how do you compete? Andrew Wynn, Co-Founder at Ascend, joins the show to dive into how you can build an efficient agency model by automating tasks and focusing on relationships. Enjoy the episode! Episode Links: Ellerbrock-Norris: https://www.ellerbrock-norris.com/ Ellerbrock-Norris Wealth Strategies: https://www.ellerbrock-norris-ws.com/ Ascend: https://www.useascend.com/ LAUNCH: https://getlaunch.io/ Elliot Bassett: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliot-bassett-aip-cpcu-84499515/ Ryan Brott: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-brott-cepa%C2%AE-77a278a/ Andrew Wynn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wynnandrewj/ This episode is sponsored by LAUNCH. In the world of insurance, independent agencies fight to survive. Brokers are forced to compete by blocking markets and bid for the lowest price. Worse yet, the industry is fragmented. Agencies find it difficult to collaborate across division on the same client. Millions of dollars in potential revenue are left on the table. And agency owners lie awake at night wondering how to scale. THAT'S WHERE LAUNCH COMES IN. Access the full-revenue potential in your existing book of business. See opportunities other agencies can't. Offer more value. Gain a competitive advantage in a commoditized market. Visit https://getlaunch.io/ to learn more.
In this week's episode of The Influence Factor podcast, Alessandro Bogliari, CEO and Co-Founder of The Influencer Marketing Factory, is joined by Jessy Grossman, the Founder of Women in Influencer Marketing. During this episode, they explore various aspects of Jessy's career journey, strategies for staying abreast of the ever-evolving industry, valuable approaches for community-building and networking, and much more.
Today's guest is Eben Esterhuizen, Co-Founder and CTO at Siftwell Analytics. Founded in 2022, Siftwell uses the power of AI to amplify your company's data-driven decisions. For community health plans who must promote health-improving interventions among their membership, Siftwell provides AI analytics-as-a-service to identify members at risk of development new diagnoses and comorbidities, and prioritize the actions and interventions that they can take to disrupt this emerging risk. Unlike other ‘predictive analytics' tools that tell pop health and quality teams who to focus on via high-level risk stratification, Siftwell is prescriptive analytics—they help you find the needles in the haystack as well as the precise way to move the needle on each of them. Siftwell adds to the existing analytics team and solution set you already have and aligns to the core objectives of your team and organization. In the episode, Eben discusses: The origins and mission of Siftwell Analytics, Early client wins and the company journey thus far, Their potential impact within healthcare savings, Opportunities to join the team, Success stories of the benefits they are bringing to clients, What excites him for the future of the company, Why to consider a career with Siftwell Analytics
Vanessa Rissetto is a registered dietitian and Co-Founder of Culina Health. She was named by Essence magazine as one of the top 5 black nutritionists that will change the way you think about food. Today on the show, Eric and Vanessa discuss the importance of personalized nutrition plans, seasonal foods for the fall and the truth about America's health problems. Topics include: (1:30-9:00) - Vanessa's journey into nutrition. Starting Culina Health (9:00-13:30) - Personalized nutrition plans (13:30-17:30) - Is America getting healthier? (17:30-23:30) - Vanessa's opinion on diet trends (23:30-26:00) - Benefits of fasting (26:00-28:30) - Noticeable patterns of the average diet. Seasonal foods for the fall (28:30-33:00) - Nutrition advice for kids And much more. Rate, review and subscribe to the show today! For more information about out sponsors today: Jordan Yocum LouisvilleCustomClothing.com Instagram: @KentuckyClothier
Few people stand out as a loud innovator as Jay Goldman in the technology and design space. Not only is he a New York Times best-selling author of The Decoded Company, but he also proudly wears the hats of a Forbes Technology and HBR Advisory Council Member. As the Co-Founder and CEO of Sensei Labs, Jay embodies the intersection of leadership, design, and technology. His passion for reimagining the Future of Work shines through not just in his leadership at Sensei Labs but also in his extensive writings and speaking engagements. From contributing to the Harvard Business Review to enlightening audiences at TEDx and NAS, Jay's insights into the ever-evolving workplace landscape are nothing short of visionary. MINDSET SHIFTS One of the topics I often dwell upon, perhaps to the point of redundancy, is the idea of the mindset shift. Yet, every time I bring it up, the resonance it generates is palpable. The crux of my narrative revolves around the transition from one state of business to another, and the psychological adaptations that go hand-in-hand. Many of us understand the leap from being an employee to becoming an entrepreneur, but the transition doesn't stop there. Stepping up from an entrepreneur to a dealmaker is an evolution in itself. The ability to harness the power of strategic business alliances and mergers is a skill many entrepreneurs don't possess, even if they've successfully built their business from the ground up. THE TRAJECTORY OF AI IN THE WORKPLACE One of Jay's remarks struck a chord with me. He mentioned Mark Andreessen's famous assertion that "software is eating the world." In today's age, especially with the dawn of AI, this statement holds more truth than ever. Interestingly, AI's trajectory hasn't panned out as most had anticipated. Two years ago, the mainstream view was that AI would replace manual, repetitive jobs. Yet, tasks like truck driving, which were expected to be easily automated, remain challenging. On the other hand, areas once deemed safe havens for human intellect, like content creation, have seen AI make significant inroads. IT'S NOT ALL DOOM AND GLOOM The crucial takeaway from this evolution isn't just the changing job landscape or the advent of new roles: The heart of the matter is adaptability. In any industrial revolution or technological leap, some jobs inevitably become obsolete. Still, history shows us that new roles emerge to replace them. It's not about fearing change but adapting to it and leveraging it to one's advantage. While it's tempting to get caught up in the whirlwind of doom and gloom prophecies about AI replacing jobs, history offers a more balanced perspective. The transition might not always be easy, but the adaptable always find a way to thrive. It's never as black and white as it seems. There's always a silver lining, a new opportunity, a new role waiting just around the corner. It's up to us to seize it. Check out this article by Jay Goldman on why Portfolio Orchestration is Private Equity's new superpower to improve value creation: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2023/01/26/portfolio-orchestration-private-equitys-new-superpower-to-improve-value-creation/?sh=7aacc4eb5028 • For my full discussion with Jay Goldman, and more on this topic and others discussed: Listen to the Full DealQuest Podcast Episode Here FOR MORE ON JAY GOLDMAN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaygoldman/ https://www.senseilabs.com Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to start getting yourself deal-ready, check out the DealQuest Podcast with Corey Kupfer each week. Featuring industry leaders and newcomers as guests alike, the DealQuest podcast has something for everyone.
In this episode, we are privileged to host Eric "Doc" Wright, PhD, a distinguished Military Veteran, Founder of Vets2PM, LLC, and Co-Founder of the 501(c)3 Veteran Project Management Mentor Alliance. Driven by a deep passion for aiding fellow veterans, Eric has dedicated himself to facilitating seamless transitions from the structured environment of the US Military to the dynamic realm of Corporate America. Through his organization, Vets2PM, Eric has transformed the post-service landscape for countless veterans, guiding them towards fulfilling and prosperous careers. Vets2PM's remarkable impact earned them the prestigious 2019 Department of Labor Gold Award for their exceptional dedication to veteran hiring initiatives. Eric shares his wealth of experience and insights gained from bridging the gap between two seemingly distinct cultures - the military and the corporate world. He sheds light on the nuances of this transition, offering invaluable advice and strategies for veterans seeking a successful journey beyond the uniform. Join us as we explore the transformative journey of veterans into the corporate landscape with Eric "Doc" Wright.
If you want to run a start-up, get to the top of a corporate, get headhunted for board roles or become a Smart Money investor, joining an advisory board is a smart move. But, for advisors, boards can can also become a time drain and a risk to your reputation. For founders, advisory boards can be a source of deals, funding and support, or a costly distraction. Listen to this episode to learn why joining a start-up advisory board can be one of the smartest career moves you could ever make, and avoid the "dumb advisor" trap. In this episode, you will learn: Advisor compensation: what to expect How to use a start-up advisory board position for your career goals How to be a great advisor to a start-up How smart founders pick advisors and work with them You will learn from Andi Govindia, CEO & Co-Founder of Riviter, and Sophia Matveeva, who sits on Riviter's advisory board. Andi previously appeared on this podcast in episode 62. How I used accelerators to build a tech business Get the FREE course - 5 Tech Concepts Every Business Leader Needs To Know --- Join the Tech for Non-Techies membership and succeed in the Digital Age. Tech for Non-Techies clients Reach senior leadership positions in Big Tech firms Lead digital transformation in established businesses Create tech businesses as non-technical founders Pivot into careers in venture capital We love hearing from our readers and listeners. So if you have questions about the content or working with us, just get in touch on email@example.com Say hi to Sophia on Twitter and follow her on LinkedIn. Following us on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok will make you smarter.
Ever thought about text message marketing for your law firm? This episode takes you into the heart of this powerful communication tool with our guest, Alex Levin, Co-Founder and CEO of Regal.io. Alex is an expert in B2C technology and he shares enlightening insights into how law firms can leverage text message marketing to foster meaningful customer relationships.In this episode, we cover key strategies for gaining contact permissions and customizing messages with data. We also delve into the critical role of AI bots in maintaining customer engagement. We also discuss the don'ts like why cold-calling or cold-texting can backfire and the importance of respecting customer contact boundaries. With Alex's expertise, you'll discover how to successfully navigate the complexities of SMS marketing and build trust with your clients.Learn more about how Regal can help by visiting www.regal.ioFollow Spotlight Branding for more!Facebook: www.facebook.com/spotlightbrandingTwitter: @spotlightlawyerInstagram: @spotlightlawyerTikTok: @spotlight.mediaVisit www.spotlightinsider.com for additional content to help your firm grow!
Dan is the CO-Founder of LinearB, which has raised $71M ($50M Series B in 2022). Dan also hosts the Dev Interrupted Podcast, the most popular show designed explicitly for software engineering leaders.Today he takes us to December 2021.Dan and his Co-Founder met and decided to do a clean slate exercise.They quickly came to a few conclusions...More competition was coming…There was a lot of potential for growth…But Dan started wondering about what differentiates their business from others.At this moment, Dan and his Co-Founder were facing an intriguing decision:a) Risk all they'd built for a chance at something more B) Maintain course in a market growing more crowded.At this point, he was already excited about option A).After taking a while to think about this decision, Sam went home and consulted with his wife.He took into consideration the extra time he will need to work…The talent he needed to find and hire...And he took a while to assess both the personal and professional impact of this key decision. And after a month they went for it…In this episode we discuss,The value of validation and due diligenceThe power of coaching in decision-makingThe increased competition and how to stay relevant in a crowded market.As today's episode wraps up, we are left with a powerful note on the importance of striking a balance between taking calculated risks and maintaining stability in a competitive market. Tune in and listen to Dan Lines as he walks us through a difficult decision-making process that followed a make-or-break moment for his company, LinearB.Want to know how Future Fit you are? Take 3 mins to benchmark yourself with our Founder Fitness Test on peer-effect.com. You might discover some surprising gaps! Or just follow James on LinkedIn for more thoughts around coaching and being future fit.
Marian Leitner created Archer Roose in 2015 with the mission of producing affordable luxury wines with minimal intervention. Instead of building a winery and committing to a specific geography and varietal, Marian wanted to offer wines from the most renowned regions around the world. So, she fostered personal relationships with small, adventurous winemakers to produce six unique, natural wines that are made from organic grapes and are vegan-friendly. Her emmy-award winning commercials, starring business partner Elizabeth Banks, have been lauded by the San Francisco Chronicle as the "most innovative wine marketing around." Archer Roose has been recognized by Wine Spectator and the Beverage Tasting Institute. Her wines can be found in James Beard Award Winning restaurants, Target stores, and on JetBlue flights. In this episode of Takin' Care of Lady Business®, Jennifer Justice speaks with Marian Leitner Waldman, a seasoned entrepreneur with a rich operations and brand-building background and a significant player in the wine industry. Drawing from her experiences as a consumer who desired a convenient and sustainable wine option, she co-founded Archer Roose. This brand offers fruit-forward, dry wines with a clean label and a transparent supply chain. Her perspective on disrupting the wine industry with sustainable, high-quality canned wine is shaped by her desire to address the industry's challenges, such as fragmentation, disconnection from consumers, and additives in wine. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Explore how the wine industry is undergoing a sustainable transformation. Discover the secrets behind the origins of your favorite wines and the push for transparency in the industry. Dive into the world of innovative, environmentally friendly wine packaging, reducing the industry's carbon footprint. Gain valuable business insights, including tips on securing capital, staying authentic, and managing budgets effectively. Learn how you can contribute to a greener world through sustainable wine consumption. Quotes: "We're shaking things up in the wine industry over here. So we are building a transparent, sustainable, high-quality wine brand that produces wine all around the world and brings it to consumers in kegs and cans." - Marian Leitner Waldman "People can smell bullshit a mile away. So [a celebrity partnership] really has to be an authentic connection, but also got to make business sense." - Marian Leitner Waldman “We can drink our way to a cleaner planet on our own." - Marian Leitner Waldman This episode is sponsored by Medjet. Medjet is the top-rated air medical transport and crisis response membership for travelers. If you're hospitalized while traveling or your safety is threatened abroad, they get you home. Join Medjet before your next trip at Medjet.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Giovanni Lauricella and Duane Mancini discuss Giovanni's time as the @medtech money podcast host, what he learned, the connections he made along the way and so much more. Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn Lifeblood Capital Website Project Medtech Website Project Medtech LinkedIn Duane Mancini LinkedIn
Welcome Closers!In this episode of Profitable Property Management, host Jordan Muela is joined by Chuck Hattemer, Co-Founder of Poplar Homes, to discuss the journey of building and scaling their proptech company over 9 years.Topics Discussed: Origin story of Poplar Homes and early challenges with product-market fit Pivoting to focus more on operations and building out scalable processes Taking a measured approach to M&A vs raising lots of capital The importance of preserving local expertise through acquisitions Their vision for creating branded digital experiences for owners and renters How Poplar thinks about expanding into new markets Navigating differing regulatory environments across states Perspective on role of proptech in the future of real estate If you want to hear the inside scoop from a successful proptech founder, don't miss this episode!Make sure to like
In this week's episode of Cultural Catalysts, Kris Vallotton sits down for a conversation with Ed Rush, fighter pilot turned entrepreneur, to talk about teaching both believers and non believers how to hear the voice of God. In their conversation, they discuss Ed's journey of hearing God's voice and discovering His desire to partner with us in blessing those in our spheres of influence. Connect with Ed Rush: Website: https://www.edrush.com/ Register for the Zoom Session: https://edrush.com/god-talks-live-zoom-meeting-oct-4-2023/ Connect with Kris Vallotton: Website: https://www.krisvallotton.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kvministries/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kvministries/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kvministries Additional Resources by Kris Vallotton: https://shop.bethel.com/collections/kris-vallotton About Kris Vallotton: Kris Vallotton is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church, Redding, and is the Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM) and Spiritual Intelligence Institute. He is also the Founder and President of Moral Revolution and a sought-after international conference speaker. Kris and his wife, Kathy, have trained, developed, and pastored prophetic teams and supernatural schools all over the world.
Are you ready for a paradigm shift in pharmaceutical research? In this episode, Amrit Chaudhuri talks about how his company addresses the challenges and needs of the scientific research and development process. He discusses SmartLabs' Universal Lab framework and how it creates adaptable labs, streamlined operations, and democratized access, empowering research teams and accelerating innovation. Tune in to this episode and learn more about how SmartLabs is reshaping the future of scientific innovation. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
We sit down with Cynthia Plotch, Co-Founder of Stix, to discuss how the medical industry has failed women, the work that Stix does to educate and provide wellness supplies, and facing backlash for the company's stance on Roe v. Wade.
Learn from one of Forbes' Self-Made Richest Women, Liz Elting, the co-founder of a billion-dollar company. In this interview, Liz shares some of the key lessons from her book, Dream Big + Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business. One of my favorites was the understanding that entrepreneurs don't need to be inventors. There were tens of thousands of translation companies but that didn't stop Liz from co-founding her own company. She was set on building the world's premier and largest language solutions company which they did. You will hear more about this and how she was able to grow the company without outside funding. If you are looking to take your business and life to the next level, this interview is for you! While on the show notes page, I'd love for you to join our community. You'll receive more inspiration and tips to love yourself and live your best midlife. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: The importance of setting a big vision. How to focus on goal setting to take your big dream and turn it into manageable goals. Why each chapter begins with a verb and the importance of taking action. How she approached the sales growth strategy. The importance of having a shareholder's agreement. How they were able to grow the company without outside funding. Core values and their importance in establishing company culture. Why you are your own greatest resource and the importance of hard work, and much more. RESOURCES MENTIONED Join Michele's Newsletter Michele on Instagram Michele's Book Website: https://www.lizelting.com/ https://www.elizabetheltingfoundation.org/ Book: Dream Big + Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business IG: https://www.instagram.com/lizelting/ ABOUT THE GUEST Liz Elting, Founder and CEO of the Elizabeth Elting Foundation, is an entrepreneur, business leader, linguaphile, philanthropist, feminist, and mother. After living, studying, and working in five countries across the globe, Liz founded TransPerfect out of an NYU dorm room in 1992 and served as Co-CEO until 2018. TransPerfect is the world's largest language solutions company, with over $1.1 billion in revenue and offices in more than 100 cities worldwide. Liz received the 2019 Charles Waldo Haskins Award for business and public service from NYU's Stern School of Business, the American Heart Association's 2020 Health Equity Leadership Award, the Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs' 2021 Vertex Award for changing the face and direction of women's high-growth entrepreneurship, the American Heart Association's 2022 Woman Changing the World Award, and Trinity College's 2022 Kathleen O'Connor Boelhouwer '85 Alumni Initiative Award. Liz has been recognized as a NOW Woman of Power & Influence, American Express' and Entrepreneur magazine's Woman of the Year, and one of Forbes' Richest Self-Made Women every year since the list's inception. Elting is the author of the upcoming book, Dream Big and Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business. Thank you for listening to the show! If you enjoyed this interview, please take a moment to rate and review it on Apple podcasts. Your reviews are so appreciated! Not sure how to do it? Instructions are below. XO, Michele
Starting a revolution is no easy task. Just ask Dr. Michael Stonebraker and Andy Palmer, co-founders of Tamr, the enterprise data mastering company. Their path to innovation begins with a universal problem. They also collaborate with other data radicals who challenge them to think differently and help them grow.Michael is a database pioneer, MIT professor, and entrepreneur. He has founded nine database startups over 40 years and won the A.M. Turing Award in 2014. Andy is a serial entrepreneur and founder, board member, and advisor for over 50 start-ups. Satyen, Michael, and Andy discuss Tamr's tech evolution, third normal form, and probabilistic methods.--------“There's a lot of work to be done in these big enterprises of getting all the data cataloged, getting it all mastered and curated, and then delivering it out for lots of people to consume. Early on at Tamr, we did a lot of stuff on-premise and those projects just took so much longer and you ended up doing a whole bunch of infrastructure stuff that's just not required. We're really encouraging all of our customers to think cloud native, multi-tenant infrastructure as the de facto starting point because that'll let them get to better outcomes much faster.” – Andy Palmer“Data products and data mastering are basically a cloud problem. And so you want to be cloud native, you want to run software as a service, you want to be friendly to the cloud vendors. Tamr spent a lot of time over the last two or three years doing exactly that. There's a big difference between running on the cloud and being cloud native and running software as a service. That's what we're focused on big time right now. After that, I think there's a lot of research directions we're paying attention to. Trying to build more semantics into tables to be able to leverage. You can think of this as leveraging more exhaustive catalogs to do our stuff better. I think that's something we're thinking about a bunch.” – Dr. Michael Stonebraker--------Timestamps:*(04:47): The procurement proliferation*(15:51): Solving data chaos*(24:49): Probabilistically solving data problems*(37:34): The future of Tamr*(43:16): A great technologist versus a great entrepreneur*(44:51): Satyen's Takeaways--------SponsorThis podcast is presented by Alation.Learn more:* Subscribe to the newsletter: https://www.alation.com/podcast/* Alation's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/company/alation/* Satyen's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ssangani/--------LinksConnect with Andy on LinkedInConnect with Michael on LinkedInLearn more about DBOS
Arie Zilberstein is the CEO and co-founder of Gem, a startup that's building a Cloud Detection and Response platform for security operations teams. In this episode, Arie recalls how his experience in the Israel Defense Forces not only shaped his outlook but also introduced him to his future co-founders: CTO Ron Konigsberg and VP of Product Ofir Brukner. Together, they're changing the way that organizations identify and stop attacks in the cloud. Tune in for Arie's thoughts on the technology (and psychology) of managing incident response, how Gem is leveraging generative artificial intelligence, why he believes in distributed teams, and more. This episode is co-hosted by Oren Yunger, Managing Partner at GGV Capital.
AI tools are here to stay, and they're reshaping numerous aspects of the business world. One area where artificial intelligence is demonstrating its potential for tangible impact is leadership and management. In this episode, Sid Pandiya of Kona joins A.J. to explore how AI tools like Kona are empowering managers and helping them become more effective leaders in the long run.About Sid Pandiya:Sid Pandiya is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kona, an AI-powered leadership coach helping remote teams build culture and stay connected through expert-backed advice and daily check-ins. Their goal at Kona is to empower managers and support them as they hone their leadership skills. Prior to founding Kona, Sid worked as an intern at Zumper, where he made significant contributions to the company's product management, software engineering, and machine learning.Sid's remarkable talent for innovation and tech leadership earned him distinctions like the Kleiner Perkins Engineering Fellowship and the role of a Product Management Fellow at Product Space. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Greenwood High International School.Episode highlights: Using AI can help stay consistent with your business WHY, create structure, and achieve high results. (05:20) AI takes the guesswork and stress out of leadership. It helps lead more efficiently and uplift the team's spirit. (15:24) Making AI more proactive in the future. (19:40) The importance of coaching and therapy for founders. (26:32) Managers need safe spaces and supporting communities. (31:11) AI can make sure that managers do their jobs more efficiently by providing valuable feedback and high-quality advice to their people. (31:58) Sid's best advice for entrepreneurs:“I've seen and felt the impact that both a bad manager can have on your well-being, mental health, and overall happiness. On the flip side, how uplifting and energizing, having a great manager can be for your life, your career, your success, and your overall happiness because a big part of your mental health and well-being comes from your work and your work environment and your manager is the most important person that you will interact with at any given job.” (15:47)Connect with Sid: LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Resources Mentioned: Kona Evolution Coaching Geoff Graber Janine Davis Kona's Manager Book Club Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott Just Work: How to Root Out Bias, Prejudice, and Bullying to Build a Kick-Ass Culture of Inclusivity by Kim Scott Kona's Manager Accelerator Program Follow Beyond 8 Figures: Linkedin Twitter Website
In this week's Live Q&A Replay, Kris Vallotton and Lindsey Reiman engage in an intriguing conversation exploring the interplay between Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) and artificial intelligence (AI). Together, they explain what SQ is and how God's innovative nature is expressed through His Church. Join us as Kris shares valuable insights and personal stories from a from a recent, transformative journey to Oxford University. Connect with Kris Vallotton: Website: https://www.krisvallotton.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kvministries/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kvministries/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kvministries Additional Resources by Kris Vallotton: https://shop.bethel.com/collections/kris-vallotton About Kris Vallotton: Kris Vallotton is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church, Redding, and is the Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM) and Spiritual Intelligence Institute. He is also the Founder and President of Moral Revolution and a sought-after international conference speaker. Kris and his wife, Kathy, have trained, developed, and pastored prophetic teams and supernatural schools all over the world.