MPF Discussion with Armida Abreu MartinezThe Divine Growth Coach with Armida Abreu Martinez Armida Abreu Martínez is the CEO & Founder of Divine Growth Coaching and a #1 best selling author for Collaboration, visionaries share a new way of living. Armida's passion and purpose is to help her clients heal through deep and painful insecurities as well as relationship struggles and hardships. Armida obtained her Love and Authenticity Certificate as well as her Whole Healing Certificate from Authentic Living, where she learned how to facilitate internal healing by uncovering and addressing the root causes of external symptoms. Additionally, she earned her NLP Certification from the Association for Integrative Psychology which is helping her serve her clients with overcoming limiting beliefs, breaking behavioral patterns, creating more freedom & choice over their mindset and developing stronger and healthier relationships. On this episode of My Perfect Failure (The Divine Growth Coach) If you have ever wanted to know how you can find your self-worth and, how you can go onto flourish in all aspects of your life then this is a must listen for you. Armida breaks all this down in this discussion and explains how she did just this. And today Armida supports clients all over the world helping them heal from deep rooted insecurities and go onto flourish in their lives. Some of the areas we cover. · How Armida found her self-worth· Dealing with guilt and shame· The importance of becoming more aware of our thoughts· Getting people back into their heart Space Contact Armida· https://divinegrowthcoaching.com/ Follow Armida on Facebook· https://www.facebook.com/divinegrowthcoachingservices/ Follow Armida on Instagram · https://www.instagram.com/divinegrowthcoaching/ Follow Armida on YouTube· https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-mv-q8MZGWc_p0_1yaXqUQ · Work with me: firstname.lastname@example.org· MPF Website: http://www.myperfectfailure.com/ · Insta: follow: https://www.instagram.com/padsmpf/ · Twitter: https://twitter.com/failure_perfect · Facebook MPF Private Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/377418129517757/
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So excited to be collaborating with yet another member of Darkcast Network! This episode I am joined by host Autumn of Autumn's Oddities as we each tackle a gay male nurse who was a killer. Autumn will be telling about Donald Harvey, a nurse who took at least 37 lives in Autumn's home state of Kentucky and Ohio. C.J. will cover The Last Call Killer from New York, Richard Rogers. Please join us for two stories of very bad men who were supposed to be saving lives, not taking them!Intro: Black Moons by 126ersOutro: Subtle Betrayal by SYBSPromo: Jack Billings presents...and Spotlight on Darkcast with Octoperpod AMResources:https://www.lohud.com/story/news/crime/2015/04/28/crime-scene-last-call-killer/26513739/https://nypost.com/2001/05/31/man-fled-clutches-of-gay-slay-suspect/https://www.silive.com/news/g66l-2019/02/c00e71ca6c8598/last-call-killer-revisited-richard-rogers-of-staten-island-trolled-victims-at-gay-bars-in-manhattan.htmlhttps://www.aetv.com/real-crime/last-call-killerhttps://www.criminallyintrigued.com/blog/2018/1/14/richard-w-rogers-an-evil-human-beinghttps://www.oxygen.com/mark-of-a-killer/richard-rogers-college-roommate-remembers-living-with-serial-killerhttps://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-xpm-2001-06-01-hc-cc-andrews-060101-story.htmlread://https_www.latimes.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.latimes.com%2Farchives%2Fla-xpm-1986-11-29-me-16123-story.htmlhttps://portal.ct.gov/DESPP/Division-of-State-Police/Public-Information-Office/_Your-Help-Is-Needed/Western-District-Major-Crime/Cold-Case--Jack-Andrewshttps://www.vulture.com/article/last-call-elon-green-book-excerpt.html
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Dr. Brooke Worster and Dr. Nathan Handley of Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Jefferson Health shine a spotlight on cannabis use in palliative oncology. They discuss guidance on dosing, legal concerns, and resources for oncologists with host Dr. John Sweetenham of the UT Southwestern Simmons Cancer Center. Transcript Dr. John Sweetenham: Hello, I'm John Sweetenham, Associate Director of Clinical Affairs at UT Southwestern's Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, and host of the ASCO Daily News podcast. Recent reports in oncology journals suggest that 20% to 40% of all patients with cancer use cannabis in some form during or after treatment to manage symptoms. However, a national survey of medical oncologists in 2018 found that 70% of oncologists did not feel equipped to make clinical recommendations regarding cannabis and only 46% recommended it clinically. Joining me to discuss cannabis use in palliative oncology are Dr. Brooke Worster, an associate professor and the director of supportive medicine at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson Health. And Dr. Nathan Handley, a medical oncologist and an assistant professor who is also at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center. Our full disclosures are available on our show notes and disclosures of all guests on the podcasts can be found on our transcripts and at asco.org/podcasts. Dr. Worster and Dr. Handley, thanks for coming onto the podcast today. Dr. Brooke Worster: Thanks for having us. Dr. Nathan Handley: Thank you. Dr. John Sweetenham: Dr. Worster, can you tell us how cannabis and cannabinoid-based medicines are used in palliative oncology and how prevalent this is? In addition, could you say a little about the use of cannabis in patients with cancer in the United States and how it compares with other countries? Dr. Brooke Worster: Yeah, absolutely. I think we are realizing more and more that cannabis or cannabinoid-based medications are used much more often than we as clinicians were aware. We just weren't asking our patients enough. And so, you mentioned other surveys about the kind of nationally sample representative of patients with cancer, we actually just also completed one that was a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded study, looking at cancer centers across the country and found similar rates that patients with cancer under the age of 65, at some point during treatment or survivorship, about 50% of them had tried cannabis. Interestingly, the largest growing segment of patients with cancer starting to use and inquire about cannabis are our [age] 65 and older patients. So, a quarter of them now report using it. And we actually found that 45% of patients over the age of 65 were interested but didn't feel comfortable having the conversation. Our country is kind of middle of the road in terms of what's accessible and what we use. Certainly, countries like Canada and some places in Europe, as well as Australia have a much more advanced marketplace as well as legislation and access to cannabis. And so, it's used more prevalently across kinds of the oncology spectrum, but there are still a lot of countries across the world where cannabis remains completely illegal. So, the United States is sort of in the middle. Dr. John Sweetenham: Thanks. You and Dr. Handley recently co-authored an article in the ASCO Daily News along with other colleagues. And in that, you write the patients most often want guidance about the formulation and dosing, which as I read your article seems to be somewhat elusive still, given the diversity and composition of the plant-based strains. You point out that understanding the onset of action and duration of effects are important first steps. Could you say a little bit more about this? Dr. Brooke Worster: Yeah, absolutely. I think when someone is trying this for the first time, or for the first time in years, understanding how and when they're going to feel the impact or the effects of primarily tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) but also cannabidiol (CBD) and other minor cannabinoids is important for them to be patient. We see that people that ingest either sublingual absorption or oral ingestion of products, don't recognize that it can take up to 60 to 75 minutes, even if you have other food in your stomach to really feel the effect. And then will kind of overdose in some ways or sort of re-dose and get more of an effect of the THC than they were looking for. Versus if someone is inhaling something, you're really going to feel that quite rapidly, right? Five minutes in terms of onset of action. The duration of effect for that is much less. You're talking 2 to 3 hours maximum for an inhalation form, versus 5 to 7 hours for something that's sublingual, or orally ingested. Dr. John Sweetenham: Thanks! Dr. Handley, we've read in your article and in others, that cannabis as a palliative treatment for patients is well-tolerated, safe, and an effective option to help them cope with malignancy-related symptoms. Can you comment a little on whether or not there is a downside to cannabis and cannabinoid use and whether there are negative interactions with other cancer treatments? And are there certain patients who should avoid the use of cannabis? Dr. Nathan Handley: I would say that in general cannabis can be very safe if taken carefully and appropriately, and ideally with some guidance from a qualified practitioner. But it is important to consider some of the risks and side effects that cannabis carries. So, I think the first point is that if smoked, or otherwise, inhaled, the smoke can have many of the same carcinogens that are found in tobacco smoke. It's also interesting because smoking of marijuana or cannabis and tobacco are highly correlated. And so, it can be difficult for us to kind of assess if there are increased pulmonary risks associated specifically with cannabis use compared to tobacco use. And there have been a number of large cross-sectional and longitudinal studies that haven't found this link between cannabis use and impaired pulmonary function tests or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or lung cancer. But there are still potential risks associated with inhalational forms. There's also some evidence that there may be higher cardiovascular risks among cannabis users, specifically in patients who have heavy cannabis exposure. So, there have been some studies that have looked at the role cannabis can play in thrombosis, inflammation, and atherosclerosis. There have been some case reports that have linked its use to myocardial infarctions and arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy, stroke, and arthritis. But those haven't necessarily been played out in large clinical trials yet. And so, essentially, if someone is at increased cardiovascular risk at baseline, if they're elderly, or if they have pre-existing cardiovascular conditions, these are things worth discussing with the patient. So, I wouldn't say that they're necessarily absolute contraindications. I think some of the more immediate side effects of cannabis are also worth discussing with patients. And these are often related to the amount or the concentration of THC that is present in the preparation. A THC ingestion can result in a number of adverse side effects. There can be impaired concentration, impaired spatial relationships, memory can sometimes be affected. And in some rare cases, you can have increased anxiety, paranoia, or even psychosis. And so, there are not again, strong studies demonstrating a distinct correlation between cannabis use and psychiatric disorders. This is an area that merits further investigation still, and those risks likely vary based on the type of the product, the potency, the composition, if it's synthetic, if it's illicit, but we do have some hesitation about using cannabis in patients who have severe pre-existing mental health conditions like psychosis or schizophrenia, or something like that. On the issue of interactions with certain cancer treatments, I think one thing that patients often wonder is if cannabis can be used to treat cancer? And there is some interesting in vitro data and some in vivo data to suggest that cannabinoids can modulate tumor growth. But the data here is very limited. And so, really what we say is that more research needs to be done in this area. I think the other area of interest is there's some preliminary data, suggesting that patients who are on immunotherapy may have a reduced response to that treatment if they're taking cannabinoids, but these data are also very early. And so, we don't make any clinical decisions based on it at this point. Dr. John Sweetenham: Okay. Thank you. Another area, which I think is concerning certainly to some oncologists and other physicians is the legal issues surrounding the use of medical cannabis. And the core issue there, of course, is the contradiction in many cases between federal and state laws. Dr. Worster, can you tell us a little bit more about this and how oncologists can inform themselves of these issues and perhaps feel a little bit more comfortable about prescribing or recommending medical cannabis? Dr. Brooke Worster: Absolutely. I think at the crux of this issue, you're spot on. I mean, it's muddy. And if you look at the map of our country, the state-by-state variation changes year to year. So, I think one of the biggest things for all clinicians to recognize is that there have been challenges to the legality of recommending, we're not prescribing because that is still federally illegal, but certainly recommending cannabis to patients. There have been legal and court challenges that have worked their way up to federal courts, and have always supported that this is a right to free speech and well within your protected rights as a clinician to have a conversation with your patient along the lines of all kinds of other lifestyle choices we talk about with patients. So, there's no risk in terms of having the conversation, per se, or guiding patients into the space. Where I would tell people to familiarize themselves is really the intricacies of your own state's laws, as well as where a patient may be living if you're seeing them across state lines. One really great resource for this is the National Consortium of State Legislatures. They do a very good job and keep very up to date on a state-by-state basis in terms of what's legal, what conditions, how to access it, if there's reciprocity between states or not, if you can bring product across state lines, who can access it, all of the things that our patients are concerned about, and thus, bringing very valid questions to us that we want to be able to kind of help support them in this conversation. Dr. John Sweetenham: Yeah. Thank you! You know, another issue that you do bring up in your recent article is that of pain management, which of course is a very important component of cancer care in general. But studies in the Journal of Clinical Oncology and elsewhere have recently found there's been a sharp decline in access to opioids among patients with terminal cancer, and some patients have had to turn to hospital emergency departments for pain control. The decline in access has been in part a response to the opioid crisis in the U.S. But do you think this raises an important question about whether we're doing enough to proactively address pain management with some of our patients, Dr. Worster? Dr. Brooke Worster: That's always a really important conversation that we aren't talking about enough. I think, truly, certainly, the pendulum has swung very far to the other side. And in some ways, this is beneficial, because as more and more of our patients with cancer are living into survivorship, we have certainly seen where iatrogenically, we have created dependency and substance misuse issues in the past, and it continues to happen. But I think that we need better ways to have honest conversations with our patients about both. What nuances to their pain exist? Pain is not pain is not pain, right? So, the etiology of their pain is important. And the way that we treat it shouldn't all be the same—neuropathic versus visceral versus a post-operative or inflammatory type of pain certainly should be looked at differently. I think access to opioids is critical for patients with cancer, although it really shouldn't be the only tool in our toolbox. Some of the work that we've done recently, it's interesting. There remains a wide racial gap in terms of access to opioids, as well, as we know this but less well-controlled pain in certain groups of patients with cancer, primarily minority Black and Hispanic patients versus White counterparts. And some of that has to do with the underlying responsiveness to opioids for various people, but also, how much are we talking about it? How much are we having the conversation? Is cannabis a helpful adjuvant, there? Are opioids something that are helpful? It should be talked about and continually readdressed. Dr. John Sweetenham: Thank you. Dr. Handley, Dr. Wooster just mentioned there in her previous comments, the issue of having honest conversations with our patients in the realm of pain control. But on a broader kind of perspective, do you have any recommendations on how to broach conversations with patients about cannabis use as a potential option for symptom management? Dr. Nathan Handley: Yeah, I think that's a really important question. These can be very difficult conversations. Cannabis use is something that is socially, culturally, and regulatory charged. It's very complex. And so, it can be a challenge to have these conversations. I think some general principles about how to effectively engage others, whether they're patients or friends or colleagues can be really helpful. So, I often reflect on this dictum from Stephen Covey, who is the author of this book called, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. In this book, he describes the fifth habit as being, “Seek first to understand then to be understood.” So, basically, what he's saying is if your goal is to motivate others, you have to understand where they're coming from before you can meaningfully affect their behavior. So, this sentiment is really a core principle behind the technique called motivational interviewing, which can be very useful to help motivate behavior change in patients and understand where patients are coming from, at the start of a conversation even. So, this technique is really built on 4 foundational principles. And those are acceptance, which is essentially empathizing with the patient, recognizing that they are an important participant in their own care. They're really the driver of their own care. Compassion, which is really emphasizing the well-being of the patient first and foremost. Collaboration, which is partnering with the patient, and not necessarily having a paternalistic relationship with them. And then curiosity, which is about understanding a patient's behaviors and motivations in a non-judgmental way. And so, I think this is really important because it can lead to openness when having a conversation with a patient. So, this has been summed up more simply as “Don't tell. Ask.” So, the idea with motivational interviewing, is you need to be open to understanding where a patient is, and this approach can be taken with 4 steps. So, first, you, you just listen, there's interesting data about how clinicians and physicians spend a lot of time talking in interactions with patients, and not as much time listening. And then we may have a tendency to jump in very quickly and be uncomfortable with silence. And so, this is just a real opportunity to just be open to patients and hear them to understand what pre-existing perceptions they may have. And so, it's hard to have a conversation with a patient about cannabis, if you think that they are going to be very open to it. And it turns out that 5 minutes into the conversation, they have some really deeply held reservations about the use of cannabis. So, first, you engage and listen to them to understand where they're coming from. And then you can focus. You can focus specifically on what the patient's goals are with respect to treatment, with something—in this case with cannabis. What are they hoping to get out of it? Is it improved pain management? Is it some other symptom that they're seeking? And then you can kind of evoke, this next step is evoking what their motivations are? Why do they want to improve this particular component of their treatment? Why did they want to feel better in this way? What are they hoping to achieve? And then, once you've kind of gotten through that groundwork, you can then plan together about how best to approach, in this case, cannabis use, in a way that is mutually agreeable, you can come to a plan together. And this approach epitomizes the concept of shared decision making where this is a conversation that happens together and between 2 people with the interest of the patient kept, first and foremost. Dr. John Sweetenham: Great advice. Thank you! Dr. Worster, just before we close up, you did mention earlier 1 potential resource for oncologists who need guidance on how to safely use cannabis for palliative pain management. Do you have any other recommendations in terms of resources that can be helpful to them? Dr. Brooke Worster: Yeah, absolutely. I wish there were a lot more here. And truth be told, we're still working hard to certainly develop the body of research and then disseminate it in terms of education. But if people are interested, there are increasing amounts of continuing medical education (CME) options that are out there. Each state that has medically legal or medically approved cannabis use on their state websites will have recommended or required depending on which state, I practice in Pennsylvania, and there are required CME courses that you need to take. But all of the states have different ones that are either recommended or required, and that's certainly an easy place to start in terms of some quality education. Thanks to the work that you and others are doing. I think it's certainly coming out through various oncology publications and multimedia access and things like that. And we also have, and some other academic centers around the country now have, online certificate and Master's programs that if people are really interested, they can kind of dive in and take courses or even get a certificate in cannabis medicine or cannabis science, things like that, to help them feel a lot more educated and informed. Dr. John Sweetenham: Well, I'd like to thank you both for sharing your insights with us on the podcast today. And also, for the valuable research that you've been doing on this topic. This is something that I'm sure is going to gain increasing importance to us all in elevating the awareness of this among the oncology community is really important. Thank you for the work that you're doing. Dr. Brooke Worster: Absolutely. Thank you for having us. Dr. Nathan Handley: Yes, thank you. A pleasure! Dr. John Sweetenham: And thank you to our listeners for your time today. If you're enjoying the call sent on the ASCO Daily News podcast. Please take a moment to rate, review and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Disclosures: Dr. John Sweetenham: Consulting or Advisory Role: EMA Wellness Dr. Brooke Worster: Consulting or Advisory Role: Ethos Cannabis (Inst), PAX Therapeutics Research Funding: Ethos Cannabis (Inst) Dr. Nathan Handley: Research Funding: Nektar Therapeutics (Inst) Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.
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Unified communication and collaboration (UCC) is central to the way people work and interact in the world today. How can partners participate more broadly in the marketplace to grow their business? Shelby Skrhak speaks with Stephen Yochum , Director of UCC at Ingram Micro, about: - What is UCC and how is it changing - PLANS - How Ingram Micro assists customers with challenges Visit Ingram Micro's Unified Communications and Collaboration or email UCC for more information. To join the discussion, follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify , Apple Podcasts , or Stitcher . Or, tune in on our website.
This is the third episode of our mini-series in partnership with Quickbase. Last week in Episode 2, “Control,” I was joined by Alex Pederson to talk all about the solar industry. We discussed the increasing importance of generating renewable energy sources; the challenges of ensuring efficiency and connectivity, whilst meeting high demand; the power of low-code development in complex industries; and exactly how Quickbase can centralize scattered workflows to help scale your operations quickly, safely and securely. Today in Episode 3, “Connect,” I'm joined by Jacob MacIntrye to explore the complex world of construction; the challenges of keeping projects on time and budget, amidst supply chain and labor disruption; the importance of building stakeholder trust; and exactly how Quickbase can equip your team with real-time information to streamline processes, ensure compliance and improve communication. IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [02.05] An introduction to Jacob, his background and experience in the construction industry. “With that job comes a lot of software… whether you like it or not – and a lot of folks don't like it!” [03.24] How Jacob discovered Quickbase, why he decided to join them, and his passion for combining his industry experience with Quickbase technology to help others. “Difficulties in the supply chain come down to difficulties in the communication – when you want to track pipe, what you're really wanting to do is track the information and communication between the parties.” [08.56] From supply of materials to rising costs, a closer look at the challenges the construction industry is facing right now. [12.20] The impact of fines and compliance violations, and Jacob's thoughts on how the industry could start to better predict project delays. “The planners need better tools: a lot of times you'll find them just tracking things in spreadsheets. They've got their major systems but the only other thing they have are spreadsheets, so there's nothing in the middle to give that robust connection.” [16.10] A closer look at Quickbase's Construction Management Software, what it does and how it helps to address key industry challenges. [19.47] The types of customer that Quickbase works with. “We've been around a long time, so we have owner-operators that have 10 employees, and we work with half of the fortune 100 - we have a huge range of customers that need that flexible middle.” [21.41] The complexity of documentation and data management, and how Quickbase achieves the balance of being flexible, but also robust enough to house and manage complex, ever-changing data in a secure and easy to use way. “When people get nervous about where their data goes, I always remind them ‘well, it's all going into Excel right now!' … People are taking data out of their ERP, dumping it into Excel and sharing it with people – that's not secure or governed in any way, but people seem to overlook that!” [25.11] Quickbase's approach to trust and collaboration, and the importance of building long-term relationships. [27.41] A customer case study detailing how Quickbase software was able to connect multiple stakeholders to achieve project success. [30.46] The next steps for working with Quickbase, or giving their software a try. [31.57] Jacob's thoughts on where he sees the most challenge and opportunity in the future, as the construction industry continues to grow. “The planning and sourcing of materials is only going to get more difficult – the pandemic gave us a window into how interconnected our world is and the big challenges there aren't over.” [35.30] Jacob's key takeaway when it comes to the importance of connecting people, workflows and materials when it comes to project success. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Head over to Quickbase's website now to find out more and discover how they could help you too. You can also connect with Quickbase and keep up to date with the latest over on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. If you missed it, check out episode 1 of our Quickbase mini-series, in which Peter Rifkin takes a closer look at people: the workers on the front line of the industry right now; the challenges; the opportunities; and exactly how Quickbase can optimize and automate to connect people and workflow together. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
We've bought an NFT that's in the mint phase every day for the last 6 months on our path to 365 days ending on 11.11.22. We minted on 15 blockchains with a wide variety of projects from pfp, music NFTS, fashion, gaming, P2E and of course one of one art. Yesterday's purchase for #Mint365 was this amazing light-painting by the powerful duo @ericparephoto & @kimhenry.dance This art is simply stunning but their story and experience as creators in Web 2.0 and now Web 3.0 is equally amazing. And you're in luck as today's #NFT364 episode 188 is an interview @isocialfanz did with the two of them and it's 55 minutes or amazing insights that will inspire you no matter what type of creator or artist you are.. Some highlights from the interview: Started in the 360 studio, started playing with strobe lights, which moved to flash light, then eric went to make the first video with the tubes and it went viral. Next, they moved outdoors and that's when the pictures really started to take off. You have to be super quick to change the settings cameras and make sure your foot prints are not noticed in the shot. They went from a small tiny studio to traveling the world taking pictures. One day they came up with the idea to use a tube that lights up, and if used the right way would leave an incredible light trace. They have 8 people on the team doing camera work, making these tubes and creating the production. Minted 9 images sold out within a week for their first launch, they have dropped 12 collections so far. Some with great success and others a slower burn. They've had a great time work with the Sloica platform with no issues. Collaboration sounds exciting but it not as easy. But in the long run looking forward to it Give our amazing guests a follow: Long-exposure 1/1 photography: https://nightreflection.com Kim Henry: https://kimhenry.dance Eric Paré: https://ericpare.com Instagram: @kimhenry.dance @ericparephoto Twitter: @kimhenrydance @ericpare Ps. First the 6 months we only included 7 one of one artist and are committed to doing better with that over the next 6 months so if you have a someone of one artist please tag them on Twitter with #NFT365 As always: DO YOU OWN DAMN RESEARCH and we hope you enjoy coming on this Mint 365 journey as we buy an NFT every day for 365 days: https://www.nft365podcast.com/mint365 The 1st DAILY Podcast buying an NFT mint every day for a year! SuperPOWERED $ADHD Creator Coins on Rally.IO The NFT365 Podcast is Hosted by digital futurist Brian Fanzo. ------- Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast
In This Episode…On this week's PR 360, we talk with Joe Martin about small businesses. What do PR pros need to know to be successful with small businesses? What are the pain points small businesses face? A little about Joe: He is currently the VP of marketing at Scorpion, a leading provider of technology and marketing to help small businesses grow. Formerly he was CloudApp's GM and CMO and a Head of Marketing at Adobe. With over 15 years of experience in the industry and tech that makes it run, he provides strategic guidance on how to build and use the right stack for businesses. Joe believes marketers need smart training and leadership to scale company growth. Show Notes· [01:09] Are you a coffee or tea drinker?· [01:26] What abnormal teas do you like?· [01:45] Can you summarize your expertise?· [02:56] What has been the biggest surprise for PR and small businesses?· [04:10] Are we seeing Press Releases going more digital?· [05:07] What are some skills PR pros need to succeed?· [06:26] Fewer brand awareness campaigns?· [07:36] awareness plus some type of trackable data?· [07:46] What are some pain points you are seeing from small businesses?· [10:12] How do you meet small business needs?· [12:06] How do PR pros find the right solutions?· [14:35] Collaboration is key?· [15:12] How do PR pros build the right stacks?· [15:18] What is the future of influencer marketing?· [16:39] Any advice for PR pros for networking?· [17:19] What is the future of small businesses?· [19:00] Any advice for people to get reviews?· [21:40] What new tech are you excited to see for small businesses?· [22:53] Fun question: What is one thing people do not know about you?· [23:43] Final thoughtsPeople and Companies, We Mentioned in the Show· Joe Martin was our guest today.Episode Length: 24:43Download Options· Listen and subscribe to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, or your favorite podcast player for free!· If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review!Contact Us! ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment!● Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn!Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Laurie is a a Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory and director of the Collaboration and Conflict Research Lab at Carnegie Mellon University. Ten years ago, her friend and economist Linda Babcock sent out a plea to her female colleagues – like herself, they were crushed by taking on too many tasks, and saw how they were trailing behind their male counterparts. They met at a restaurant to share stories and vowed to say no to requests that pulled them away from the work that mattered most. This was the beginning of The No Club. Laurie shares personal stories and new research on: Why unrewarded work more often falls to women How "organizational currency" creates NPTs at companies How organizations must change to distribute and reward work fairly How culture and management contribute to NPTs, with actionable ways to correct the imbalance Connect with Laurie and team at https://www.thenoclub.com/.
Brandi Bernoskie is a digital strategist, website developer, and founder of Alchemy+Aim and North Star Sites, companies that help entrepreneurs and business owners elevate their online presence and enhance their digital experience. She is an advocate for using technology in ways that humanize, connect and serve people as well as for asking deeper philosophical questions and teaching others to think more broadly about impact when they create, particularly in STEAM fields. Brandi's academic background in theatre, philosophy and physics was the perfect foundation for launching Alchemy + Aim, a website strategy and development agency, where her team has worked with thought leaders like Brené Brown, Laverne Cox, Martha Beck, Judy Smith, and Kate Northrup as well as other notable change makers since 2013. Brandi is a natural connector and business matchmaker, who is always working to help others step into their genius work and leverage the expertise of those around them to achieve new levels of success and community along the way. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Brandi Bernoskie: Website: https://alchemyandaim.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/alchemyandaim LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandibernoskie/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrandiBernoskieLLC/
How does Monika create & leverage her key content to drive growth at Bizzdesign? In today's episode, Monika shares her secret sauce to driving sales, building community, and generating the most valuable leads for her company Bizzdesign with Sammy.What's in it for you:1. How Monika creates her key content piece for the whole year 2. Monika's best kept secret to driving valuable leads3. How Bizzdesign's community program helps them drive sales4. How Bizzdesign leverages LinkedIn to get laser focus on their target audience5. Why connecting the work of your marketing & sales teams will ensure meeting pipeline goalsAbout Monika:Monika is CMO at Bizzdesign. Her main role is to make sure that the company is becoming successful and that it can meet its revenue targets. This includes defining new audiences and helping their sales force acquire their collaboration companies. Monika's favorite things to keep body and mind fit and sharp are yoga and running.Find Monika on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/monikadenos/Monika‘s business book recommendations: Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. – Brené Brown https://amzn.to/3Mtn4ToRadical Focus: Achieving Your Most Important Goals with Objectives and Key Results (Empowered Teams) - Christina R. Wodtke https://amzn.to/3vlWW7tMonika‘s favorite business leaders: Chris Walker – https://www.linkedin.com/in/chriswalker171/Seth Godin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/sethgodin/Episode with Chris Detzel –https://bit.ly/3ws0lRj__________About Bizzdesign:Bizzdesign is the trusted global SaaS Enterprise Architecture platform and recognized as a leader by major analyst firms. They help the world's leading public and private organizations guarantee the success of investment prioritization, transformation initiatives, and risk management. Bizzdesign helps architects and executives to see a full multi-dimensional picture, find and design the right path and execute with confidence to their targeted future. Success should not be a matter of hope. It should be by design.Website: http://www.bizzdesign.com/Industry: Architecture, B2B, Collaboration, Compliance, Enterprise Software, Innovation Management, IT Management, Risk ManagementCompany size: 250Headquarters: Enschede, Overijssel, The NetherlandsFounded: 2000__________About the host Sammy:Sammy is a former management consultant and now helps SAAS companies to:1. Establish thought leadership2. Build sustainable relationships with decision makers within the target group3. Attract leads and increase salesGet in touch with Sammy: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sammygebele/ __________ Past guests on the GROW B2B FASTER Show include: Justin Welsh, Ian Koniak, Jamal Reimer, Mike Troiano, John Kaplan, and many more.
Quick Links:The Agency Profitability Toolkit - Get the templates, formulas, and frameworks we've used with our consulting clients to help them double their profitability in under 60 days, absolutely free.For more information on our Agency Profitability Systems and Consulting, check out https://parakeeto.comLove the podcast? Leave us a review on the platform of your choice at this link.Want to see/read more about this episode? Then do make your way to parakeeto.com/blogGuest Links:PiaSilva.comNoBSAgencies.comTwitter @pialovesyourbizLinkedInInstagramAbout Shaun:Shaun Clark is a serial entrepreneur, multi-millionaire, and a co-founder and the CEO of HighLevel – the #1 white-label marketing platform for agencies. Serving more than 20,000 agency owners, HighLevel is the all-in-one sales and marketing platform that agencies and consultants can white-label and resell to customers.
Last week, word got out that Patrick Rue, the founder of The Bruery in Orange County California, and more recently the founder and operator of Erosion Wines in Napa had acquired a 50 percent stake in Moonlight Brewery, a beloved northern California brewery founded 30 years ago by Brian Hunt. Moonlight is known for its beers like Death & Taxes and Reality Czech and had been half owned by Lagunitas via Heineken for the past six years. I first learned of the news via Beer by BART, a great site run by Gail Ann Williams and Steve Shapiro. If you're not already following them on social media, rectify that quickly. A subsequent press release release from the brewery noted that “Patrick will serve in an advisory capacity and will direct an oak barrel-aging beer program that enhances the integrity and heritage of Moonlight.” It continued by saying that under the Heineken co-ownership Moonlight "packaging shifted from exclusively draft to additionally offering beers in cans, and both production and distribution have grown all while keeping sales limited to Northern California. The new ownership strengthens Moonlight's dedication to remaining locally owned. This will allow for patient growth, greater availability of its coveted beers to its fans and wholesale partners, while maintaining the deliciousness and highest quality for which Moonlight is so well known.” Press release aside, in this episode we hear from the owners directly. This Episode is sponsored by:Cigar City Brewing Co.Check out Fancy Papers from Cigar City Brewing. With aromas of freshly cut grass and tangerine along with white wine grape and bread-like aromas, this Hazy IPA has flavors of guava, melon, and lime leaf. Brewed with Strata, Sabro, and Idaho 7 hops to draw in lovers of fruit-forward Hazy IPAs, get some today where you buy beer and learn more at cigar city brewing. com Learn more at Cigar City Brewing.com For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and visit All About Beer. Host: John Holl Guests: Brian Hunt and Patrick Rue of Moonlight Brewing Sponsors: Cigar City Brewing, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, All About Beer and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Ownership, California, Collaboration, Innovation, Wine
“If you were going to a networking event in person, what would you do, how would you respond to people approaching you, what would you share with them? These are the exact same things that you would do on your Instagram profile.”Today, our hostess and Mastercraftsman Photographer Luci Dumas sits down with María Oliva, Founder and CEO of SMS Media, a social media coaching business for wedding vendors based in the DC area. She is on a mission to change the way wedding vendors approach Instagram by helping them create sustainable and fun strategies!Listen in as the digital marketing master shares how Instagram can become your go-to tool for attracting dream clients and why it's important to niche down in order to maximize your ability to reach and start building relationships with those clients.Referring to Instagram as “a free networking platform online,” Maria encourages any photographer looking to build a brand to be proactive in starting and continuing conversations, and to personally extend invitations to those who interact positively with their posts to join their community.She continues on to offer a treasure trove of practical tips and strategies to grow your Instagram following and, ultimately, your client base. These include using hashtags effectively, creating posts based on your content pillars, finding opportunities to collaborate with local vendors, and visual branding best practices.Key Topics:Why Instagram is a great tool for attracting your dream clients (5:25)Overcoming excuses that stop you from investing in your business (10:49)How to build a community on Instagram (15:41)Using hashtags effectively (23:45)Establishing your content pillars (29:41)Collaboration with vendors on Instagram (33:37)Making money on Instagram (36:11)Understanding the buyer's journey (38:44)Visual branding on how to provide value on Instagram (41:49)Get María's freebie and stay connected (49:35)Luci's wrap up (50:23)Resources:Get María Oliva's free Instagram selling guide:https://smsmediapr.lpages.co/instagram-selling-guide-freebie/Get in touch with María Oliva at:Website: https://smsmediapr.lpages.co/our-services/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sms_mediapr/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sms-media-group-inc/Photography Business Coach Luci Dumas' Programs:lucidumascoaching.comhttps://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoaching
As communities and countries set net zero carbon goals and rethink the use of resources, can we achieve a circular economy? Aurecon's John Poon talks with Sarah Thomson from Goulburn Valley Water about how a collaborative approach is making the ‘step-change' required to achieve a circular future. Find us online at aurecongroup.com/podcast or email us at email@example.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Businesses continue to look for the right mix of strategies and investments to keep their supply chains on track but how can they better assess where to focus their efforts? After all, a piece of technology that works for one company won't necessarily work for another so can it be as simple as finding the right partners to work towards a common goal? David Ross, Chief Strategy Officer for Ascent, joins us to paint a picture of where the industry is headed. FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://ascentlogistics.com/ DO YOU WANT TO RESPOND TO THIS EPISODE? Call our Dialog Line: 888-878-3247 DOWNLOAD THE NEW INBOUND LOGISTICS APP featuring the updated and expanded Logistics Planner! Available on iTunes and the Google Play Store: http://bit.ly/ILMagApp http://bit.ly/ILMagAppGoogle Are you a #logistics Thought Leader that would like to be featured on the Inbound Logistics Podcast? Connect with me on Twitter: @ILMagPodcast Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Inbound Logistics Magazine on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/inbound-logistics Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ILMagazine Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/InboundLogistics Catch our latest videos on YouTube: www.youtube.com/inboundlogistics Visit us at www.inboundlogistics.com
On this episode of The Girl Powerful Podcast, Sonya Serge welcomes social impact lawyer and meditation guide, Chelsey Scaffidi. Sonya and Chelsea discuss focusing on your career, how we can stand in our own personal power, having boundaries, embracing your feminine side, and more! Follow Chelsey @ChelseyScaffidi and @RootedBeings 1:50 Chelsey Scaffidi's law background and how she got to be a social impact lawyer. 12:50 Collaboration over confrontation. 22:15 Embracing your feminine side. 35:52 What makes you feel the most alive? Available for download on iTunes, Spotify and Stitcher. Girl Powerful Podcast with Sonya and Tedi Serge.
**This month, May 2022, How I Lawyer is teaming up with the Personal Jurisdiction Podcast (https://www.personaljxpod.com/) to feature five interviews on the important topic of mental health in the legal profession. Learn more here.** In today's episode I speak with Brian Cuban. Brian is a Dallas-based attorney, keynote speaker, writer, and addiction recovery advocate. Brian has been in long-term recovery from alcohol, cocaine and bulimia since April of 2007. Brian is well known and speaks across the country at law schools & law firms both to tell his story and to offer advice on how our profession can better improve mental health awareness, awareness of substance abuse problems, and building more compassionate communities. He is the author of three books: Shattered Image, the Addicted Lawyer, and most recently his debut novel: The Ambulance Chaser. In our conversation, Brian candidly shared his personal story from addiction to recovery; what he recommends to individuals who are struggling & those who want to support them, and suggestions for the legal profession and legal education writ large. **Please note this episode does cover several topics that some might find disturbing including substance abuse, eating disorders, and suicide.** This episode is sponsored, edited, and engineered by LawPods, a professional podcast production company for busy attorneys.
Episode page: https://valuecapturellc.com/he67 Welcome to Episode #67 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. Joining us today as our guest is Denise Cardo, MD. Dr. Denise Cardo is the director of the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion (DHQP), National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Dr. Cardo joined CDC in 1993 as a medical epidemiologist in the Hospital Infections Program (later named as Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion). After holding several leadership positions in DHQP, she was selected as division director in 2003. Her interests include patient safety, occupational health, prevention of healthcare-associated infections, and antimicrobial resistance. She's recently the co-author of a NEJM Perspectives piece: Health Care Safety during the Pandemic and Beyond — Building a System That Ensures Resilience In today's episode, Dr. Cardo talks with host Mark Graban, about topics and questions including: Why should we aim beyond merely “getting better” and why should we be aiming for Zero Harm? Aim for “perfect healthcare with no harm? What are some practices that are not evenly distributed across the US? Working previously with PRHI - Ken Segel and Paul O'Neill? 70% decrease in harm showed what's possible Preventing preventable infections or ALL infections?? What is the role of CDC in promoting and partnering with healthcare organizations on patient safety? How has that evolved? Policies to incentivize - transparency and accountability Aligning payment to results… most countries aren't there yet Please tell us how the CDC partners with CMS, AHRQ, and other federal agencies? With private advocacy groups? Focusing on Americans, CDC is a global leader — Collaboration or learning from similar organizations in other countries that are focused on patient safety? Lessons from the Covid pandemic? As you wrote about in the NEJM, why have we seen more patient safety problems recently, including more falls, more infections, more pressure ulcers in hospitals and SNFs? You and your co-authors wrote the recent trends “severely suggests that our health care system lacks a sufficiently resilient safety culture and infrastructure.” Disparities and equity - not just access to care, but “quality care” Moving forward, what evidence would you expect to see if we DID have a “sufficiently resilient safety culture and infrastructure”? Click to visit the main Habitual Excellence podcast page.
Today on SSONext, host Barbara Hodge sits down with Jaco Van Der Merwe - ‘the payroll pundit' - a passionate payroll professional who promotes collaborating with senior management to plan a more strategic payroll that supports and furthers corporate goals. He has deep experience with payroll accounting procedures as well as in designing and implementing internal controls. Jaco and Barbara dig into: ✅ The advancements and importance of technology in the payroll industry. ✅ How the payroll department gives leadership exact ideas of how many people are employed in an organization, as well as what the profiles and opportunities are.✅ The opportunity at hand to raise the profile of payroll from experts in ‘pay execution' to influencers in ‘pay equity' For the full details on that and a lot more,
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Since 2015, loneliness has been on the rise in the United States, particularly among Generation Z and millennials. According to YouGov, one-third of American millennials say they are lonely all of the time or most of the time. In this podcast, we are joined by Ryan Jenkins and Steven Cohen, co-founders of Less Lonely. They talk about how loneliness is on the rise, especially among the younger generations. What are the reasons for this increase in loneliness, and how do these reasons reflect the difficulties of forming human relationships in today's world, when technology is developed for convenience rather than connections? Key Takeaways - Increase awareness for loneliness in individuals, leaders, and organization - Three big reasons why Gen Zs are the loneliest generation - The future challenges of having human connections with each other - Addressing loneliness and how to overcome it Quote Takeaways “Loneliness is similar to hunger; it is a biological indication that you need to eat, and loneliness is a biological cue that you need to connect.” - Steve “Loneliness is not the absence of people necessarily, but it's the absence of connection” - Ryan Books in Techs Mentioned in The Episode Books: Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In Amazon | Goodreads Tribes by Sebastian Junger Amazon | Audible Sites: Lesslonely.com Case for Connection Podcast Speakers of this Episode ️Ryan Jenkins, CSP | Profile | Linkedin WSJ Bestselling Author | Keynote Speaker | #1 Thought Leader on Workplace Loneliness | Generations, Gen Z & Future of Work Expert Ryan-jenkins.com Lesslonely.com ️Steven Van Cohen, MS | Linkedin WSJ Bestselling Author, Loneliness Eradicator, Leadership Whisperer, L&D Magician Lesslonely.com Synclx.com ️Michael Kurland | Linkedin CEO and Founder of Branded Group, Inc., Host of "Be Better with Michael Kurland" podcast www.branded-group.com A Word from Our Host Thank you for tuning in. I hope that today's episode inspired you to become a purpose driven leader in your career or your community. There's no doubt that when we lead with purpose, we can change lives. If you enjoyed today's show, I'd be grateful if you would take a moment to rate us on your preferred listening platform to learn more about Brandon Group's better experience and how we provide industry leading On-Demand facility maintenance, construction management and special project implementation. Visit us at www.branded-group.com. Be sure to follow us on social media, and you can also reach out to me directly on LinkedIn. Until next time, be better. Time Stamp [00:00] Introduction [06:57] 3 big reasons [12:45] The future of human connections [20:08] About loneliness [22:10] About the book [24:10] Addressing loneliness [28:10] Conclusion This podcast was produced by Heartcast Media
John Loar is responsible for all day-to-day business operations of MCB. He has 30 years of experience in the real estate development, sports and entertainment fields. He led the acquisition efforts on behalf of investment groups for two Major League Baseball franchises and executed both the acquisition and sale of the Seattle Seahawks. Loar served as Vice President of Blackhawk Corporation, one of the country's largest residential and commercial real estate developers. Listen in! Key Highlights: [00:01 - 12:21] Developing Spaces for the Glory of Sports John Loar is the managing director at Music City Baseball, responsible for all the day-to-day business operations at the company. Nashville is a good location for a sports and entertainment complex because it has a high demand for tourist attractions and its economy is growing. It is possible to have a variety of opportunities to participate in sports, and you want to look at a covered condition facility where you can accommodate that. . [12:20 - 31:44] Collaboration for Adding Value is the Key John talks about how his team is considering partnering with a historically black college or university in the area. MLB is trying to find ways to keep the fans engaged, especially younger ones, and they believe in creating a fan experience rather than just relying on game length or broadcast timing. However, there are still some challenges that new ballpark developments face, such as real estate issues and the potential for relocation. MLB is working to address these challenges. [31:45 - 33:16] Closing Segment The conversation spurred questions from 25-year-old sports fans, so the population is engaged. Key Quote: “How can you be a value-add?.. Tie in the hospitality component in that and add to the overall experience that people are having in this market, bringing their conventions, coming here for sports, and just coming here to see people perform." - John Loar Connect with John: Website: https://www.mlbmusiccity.com/ (https://www.mlbmusiccity.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nashvillestars/?hl=en (@nashvillestars) Connect with me onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/ ( LinkedIn)! LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND LEAVE US A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in and Stay Tuned for the Next Episode COMING SOON!
We are moving on to the next Storyteller Type in our 5 part series, and this one is the Artisan. Many in the STORY community will identify as Artisans because they are deeply passionate about their art and the story it tells those who view or interact with it. From paint on canvas, to carefully crafted lines in poetry, to movement of bodies through dance, to notes that seem to float off of sheet music, Artisans use a variety of mediums to intertwine their heart and message. This is exactly why we wanted to kick off the Artisan series with Academy Award Winning costume designer, Ruth Carter. She has dreamt up the way her costumes and designs guide and deepen the stories of those that wear them. Her work has been featured in movies such as Selma, Malcolm X, and Black Panther to name a few, and she is not only brilliant, but deeply connected to the way that costumes tell stories of their own. Don't miss this conversation, and all the wisdom shared that you can apply to the stories you tell, regardless of the way you create.
Introducing the visionary behind an incredible new book Hospitable Hosts, Jodie Stirling, of Stirling Stays, beautiful short term rental cottages in the Cotswolds, and two of the amazing collection of co-authors & professional short term rental hosts in this project - Julie George - the Million Dollar Host and Lead Coach of the Legends X STR Accelerator Program from Australia, and Liam Carolan an independent STR trainer and Head Coach with Boostly Academy, and host at Ginger & Gold, with properties in Norfolk. Here you'll find out from Jodie how the idea started in the first place, and how Julie and Liam became involved in this exciting collaboration early doors. Julie and Liam share their experience and contribution to this amazing industry. All three of our great guests share what being a Hospitable Host means to them. Jodie has assembled a stellar collection of the biggest names and many icons of the short-term rental industry, all sharing what motivated them to build their business and gain financial freedom - their stories will inspire you to do the same. Are you a host, or dream of becoming one, this book will help you enormously as an awesome resource? We'll be putting a copy in each of our properties ourselves too, for our guests to enjoy! Get your copy now: https://amzn.to/3Mlfr1U - in Kindle edition, paperback or hardback. You can get in touch with Jodie, Julie and Liam here: Jodie: www.linktr.ee/JodieStirling Julie : www.linktr.ee/milliondollarhost Liam: www.flow.page/liamcarolan For show notes and resources in my podcast, go to my website www.servicedaccommodationsecrets.com and Facebook page: http://bit.ly/SASecretsPage See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you realize that you have giant potential but aren't quite sure how to unlock it? Nicholas Townsend Smith is a performance coach and author of the book, The Giants and the Smalls and cofounder of the Wake Up With Giants program. He joins me on this episode of Solopreneur Money to teach us how we can all live a giant life. Nick helps individuals see the gaps in their performance and create a clear path to change. By helping leaders and individuals navigate twelve journeys, he has taught them to unlock unlimited growth to live a Giant life. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... How Nicholas got started with the life he lives today [1:22] How the book is written [10:26] Journey of unconsciousness [13:43] How depression can increase your awareness [17:56] Trust your vision [26:32] Collaboration increases our capacity [30:25] Abundance feeling good and giving back [35:36] The money questions [40:24] Resources & People Mentioned Steve Hardison BOOK - Who Moved My Cheese? By Spencer Johnson BOOK - The Ultimate Coach by Alan Thompson and Amy Hardison BOOK - The Happy Pocketful of Money by David Cameron Gikandi BOOK - The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb BOOK - Man's Search for Meaning Victor Frankl BOOK - Yes to Life by Victor Frankl BOOK - Dare by Barry McDonagh Connect with Nicholas Smith BOOK - The Giants and the Smalls by Nicholas Smith The Giants and the Smalls on YouTube Tribe of Giants on Facebook Wake Up with Giants TV on Facebook The Giants and the Smalls on LinkedIn Connect With Gabe Nelson BOOK – The Solopreneur's Money Manifesto by Gabe Nelson www.GabeNelsonFinancial.com/contact FREE Downloadable Resources at https://www.gabenelsonfinancial.com/resources/ EMAIL: Gabe (at) GabeNelsonFinancial.com Follow Gabe on LinkedIn Follow Gabe on Twitter: @GabeNelsonCFP Follow Gabe on Facebook Follow Gabe on Instagram: @GabeNelsonCFP Subscribe to Solopreneur Money Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com
Should Therapists Correct Clients? Curt and Katie chat about whether therapists should correct clients who use offensive language. We look at what we should consider when addressing what clients say (including treatment goals and the relationship), how therapists can take care of themselves to be able to treat clients who hold a different worldview, and how (and when) therapists can address problematic language appropriately. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode we talk about whether therapists should call out their clients on words they find inappropriate We decided to address the language that clients use in session and what to do when we find the language offensive or harmful. Should therapists correct clients when they use language we find offensive or harmful? Blank slate or “join your clients” approaches Whether the language should be addressed when it doesn't align with a client's stated treatment goals Showing up as a human and addressing the therapeutic relationship Judgment or shaming that can happen with clients What should therapists consider when addressing what clients say? The relationship between the therapist and client Relevance to clinical goals The impact on trust in the therapeutic alliance The importance of using the client's language to affirm their experience The power differential between therapist and client How can therapists show up with clients who see the world differently than they do? Addressing objectification of therapist's identities Assessing when therapists are centering their own experience versus responding to what is in the room Using the relationship to process client's perspective “I feel like just living in the client's world without honoring my own experience at all doesn't feel quite right. But centering my experience feels wrong.” – Katie Vernoy What can therapists do to appropriately address problematic language with their clients? Process what is being said before correcting specific words Address within the relationship and within the treatment goals Using our own coping skills to be able to navigate what our clients bring to session “I'm very worried that therapists don't have enough of their own coping skills to deal with these things coming up in sessions. Where they feel that they have to shut these clients down for the protection of themselves. You know, their only coping mechanism seems to be – I need to escape working with clients that don't already agree with my worldview.” – Curt Widhalm Where social justice plays a role (and maybe shouldn't) Education and supporting the client's whole development Assessing the impact of these interventions (both positive and negative) Assessing the harm in not pointing out bias or harmful language Our Generous Sponsors for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Turning Point Financial Life Planning Turning Point Financial Life Planning helps therapists stop worrying about money. Confidently navigate every aspect of your financial life - from practice financials and personal budgeting to investing, taxes and student loans. Turning Point is a financial planning & coaching firm that helps therapists stop worrying about money. Dave at Turning Point will help you navigate every aspect of your financial life - from practice financials and personal budgeting to investing, taxes and student loans. He'll help you move through that feeling of being stuck, frustrated and overwhelmed... And arrive at a place where you feel relief, validation, motivation and hope. And for listeners of MTSG, you'll receive $200 off the price of any service. Just enter promo code Modern Therapist. Be sure and visit turningpointHQ.com and download the free whitepaper “7 Money Mindset Shifts to Reduce Financial Anxiety” OOTify OOTify. "OOT" or "uth" (उठ) means "lift up" in the Hindi language. OOTify is a digital health solution that acts as an evidence-based hub to unify relevant mental health resources. Community, Connection, and Collaboration are critical to OOTIFY. As they lift the mental healthcare system, they ensure providers are part of the process. OOTIFY is a platform for providers, built by providers, and owned by providers. OOTIFY is the process of lifting up mental healthcare, while lifting each other up. We need to talk about our mental health. We need to make our mental health stronger so we can withstand the things that happen in our life. We're going to go through trials and tribulations. But if we can work on our mental health, proactively, our wellness, we can handle all that as a community and come together. People are more open to talk about these stories and say, “Hey, listen, I'm going through this too.” Do be you want to be a part of the solution by joining a new web three community focused on mental health and wellness? Join the OOTify community as an investor or mental health provider by visiting ootify.com/contact. You can also give us a follow on social media to stay tuned on exciting updates. Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Therapist–Client Language Matching: Initial Promise as a Measure of Therapist–Client Relationship Quality Feedback Informed Treatment Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Do Therapists Curse in Session? How to Fire Your Clients (Ethically) How to Fire Your Clients (Ethically) part 1.5 When is it Discrimination? Conspiracy Theories in Your Office Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/
Author of The Orgasmic Entrepreneur and more Episode page and links: https://markgraban.com/mistake164 My guest for Episode #164 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Melissa Drake. As the founder of Uncorped Influence, Melissa helps like-minded businesses and individuals find creative solutions and go further than they thought possible. Melissa is the author of three books: The Orgasmic Entrepreneur: Discover the Sweet Spot of Love, Sex, and Business by Simply Being YOU, Sacred Medicine Integration: A Companion Journal Supporting Ceremonial Medicine Experiences TranscenDANCE: Lessons From Living, Loving, and Dancing She's also a TEDx Speaker with 25 years climbing the corporate ranks and a decade of entrepreneurial experience. Her TEDx Talk, “The Dance of Collaboration,” presents fresh insights on the benefits of collectively beneficial collaborations. In this episode, Melissa shares her “favorite mistake” story about the pattern of “not taking care of who I am as a person, not pursuing the things that bring me joy.” How did she come to see this pattern? Are mistakes like this just “part of the process” or are they to be avoided? How does she make sure she doesn't fall back into that trap? We also talk about questions and topics including: Were you sort of going through life in autopilot? Finding the fix — looking within or to others? How to make sure you don't fall back into that trap? As easy as avoiding a corporate job? When things aren't going well — double down? – Or rest, take time? Did you have any fear that your book title would be a mistake? Is it a book for women? No New path started in 2015, laid off from insurance industry, “kick in the pants” she needed Why was “the ability to truly be me” so important to you? Freedom of expression is one of your most significant values Correlation or causation? — finding “the link between achieving sexual satisfaction and attaining strong business results.” Find Melissa on social media: Facebook YouTube LinkedIn Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support
Adrianna and Tim had read all the parenting books. (And I mean ALL the books.) But NOTHING seemed to be working. They were still feeling frustrated with their kids on a very regular basis. And their kids were fighting what seemed like every second of the day. They joined the Parenting Membership last May, and the transformation our community has seen in them has been profound. The shift started after we had a consult about their youngest daughter's difficult behavior, which we realized was a sign of her unmet needs. (I do these 1:1 (or 1:2!) consults on a regular basis for members when I see them struggling with an issue that just can't be addressed in writing.) Ideas percolated. They increased the amount of 1:1 time they were spending with her, doing things she liked to do. They attended a couple of group coaching calls and we talked more about their specific situation. Things improved a bit. But then it all came to a head when Adrianna posted in the community about her children's fighting, which had become more intense than ever. A whole lot of parents chimed in with ideas to support them, which are grounded in the ideas I'd previously discussed with her - but sometimes you need to hear things in a different way, with stories from parents who have just recently been through the same difficult stuff you're experiencing, and they made it out the other side. Suddenly something clicked for Adrianna. She started to see her children's needs in a way she hadn't before, and she started having super explicit conversations with them about their needs, and also her needs. And then the magic started to happen, firstly in interactions between either Adrianna or Tim and their oldest child, Bodhi: Then the two children began using these problem solving tools between themselves. All of a sudden these two children who had literally been tearing each other's hair out could identify their own needs, and each other's needs, and find solutions that work for both of them. And they're five and three years old! And all of this happened in what Adrianna calls the most supportive, least judgmental corner of the internet: I invited Adrianna and Tim to tell us about their journey on the podcast. Their response - delivered in unison - when I asked them: “So you'd read all the books, and you had so many doubts that ANYTHING could work for you…so why on earth did you join the membership?” was priceless. The Parenting Membership is now open for enrollment If parenting feels really hard, and it seems like you've read all the books and you've asked for advice in free communities and you're tired of having to weed through all the stuff that isn't aligned with your values to get to the few good nuggets, then the Parenting Membership will help you out. https://www.yourparentingmojo.com/parentingmembership ()
In this special edition episode, Jon talks with the co-hosts of two of his new coaching groups, Randall Denha, CEO of Denha & Associates, and Simon Thomas, CEO of DOBI Real Estate about how to grow your business through the summer and the power of coaching one-on-one or group! Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!
James E Hughes Jr. shares on the Five Capitals Of Wealth About: James (Jay) E. Hughes, Jr., Esq. Mr. Hughes, a resident of Aspen, Colorado, is the author of Family Wealth: Keeping It in the Family, and of Family – The Compact Among Generations, both published by Bloomberg Press, and is the co–author with Susan Massenzio and Keith Whitaker of The Cycle of the Gift: Family Wealth and Wisdom, The Voice of the Rising Generation, and Complete Faith Wealth, all published by John Wiley & Sons and is a co-author with Hartley Goldstone and Keith Whitaker of Family Trusts: A Guide to Trustees, Beneficiaries, Advisors and Protectors". In addition, he has written numerous articles on family governance and wealth preservation and a series of Reflections which can be found on his website jamesehughes.com. He was the founder of a law partnership in New York City specializing in the representation of private clients throughout the world and is now retired from the active practice of law. Mr. Hughes was a partner of the law firms of Coudert Brothers and Jones Day. He is a current active Fellow of Wise Counsel Research Foundation (www.wisecounselresearch.org) a Boston based think tank providing qualitative advice to families who seek to avoid the shirt sleeves proverb and to help their families flourish. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Arlington Partners; a Fellow of the Family Firm Institute, a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners, a founding member of the Collaboration for Family Flourishing and a Laureate of the Purposeful Planning Institute. He has spoken frequently at numerous international and domestic symposia on the avoidance of the shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves proverb and on the dynamic growth of families' human, intellectual, social, spiritual and financial capitals toward their families' flourishing. He has authored various Forwards to multiple published works on families and their flourishing and has been cited in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and various professional journals. He is a member of boards of various private trust companies, an advisor to numerous investment institutions, and a member of a number of private philanthropic boards. He is a graduate of the Far Brook School, which teaches through the Arts, The Pingry School, Princeton University and The Columbia School of Law. He is a counselor to the Family Office Exchange and recipient of its Founder's Award, the recipient of the Private Asset Management Lifetime Achievement Award, the Ackerman Institute Family Partner Award, and the Wealth Management Lifetime Achievement Award.