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
Want to build an online community that feels like family? In this episode, host Michelle Thames shares her journey as a social media influencer and content creator. She gives tips on how she built a community that has turned into a family. Michelle shares the highs and lows of the online space and social media, and how she's used her community building skills to create a successful online business.--Catch up on other podcast episodes on Apple and SpotifyWatch the Social Media Decoded Podcast on YouTubeFollow Michelle on InstagramJoin Michelle's Cashflow Queens Facebook groupLeave a review for Social Media Decoded Support the show
Learn how to join Matt and Johannes on the next Nomad Cruise and become part of a global community of digital nomads. ____________________________ SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: GALACTIC FED I use Galactic Fed for SEO and CRO on The Maverick Show website, but they are an end-to-end digital marketing agency that also offers social media, website design, paid media and more. Get Your Free Marketing Plan at www.GalacticFed.com and mention "Maverick" for 10% off your first month of services. ___________________________ Johannes Voelkner joins Matt from Bangkok and starts off talking about what he loves about Bangkok and how it has changed since he started going there 20 years ago. He also shares what he loves about the Continent of Africa and the role it has played in his digital nomad journey. Johannes then gives his recommendations for digital nomads who want to spend time in his home country of Germany. Next, he talks about how he has built a global community of digital nomads through organizing 12 Nomad Cruises, as well as meetups at various cities around the world in between. Johannes then explains the itinerary for the upcoming Nomad Cruise, including pre-embarkation plans in the Canary Islands, programming on the boat, and post-cruise plans in Brazil for the group, including the legendary white party on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro for New Year's Eve. He also offers Maverick Show listeners a $100 Discount! Johannes then reflects on his life of long term world travel, including how he maintains relationships with friends and family back home, and what travel means to him today. He also offers his thoughts on over-tourism, digital nomad gentrification, and making responsible travel decisions. FULL SHOW NOTES AVAILABLE AT: www.TheMaverickShow.com ____________________________________ Subscribe to The Maverick Show's “Monday Minute” Newsletter where I personally send you an email with 3 short items of value to start each week that you can consume in under 60 seconds: www.TheMaverickShow.com/Newsletter See My “Top 10 Apps For Digital Nomads” www.TheMaverickShow.com/Apps See My “Top 10 Books For Digital Nomads” www.TheMaverickShow.com/Books See My “7 Keys For Building A Location-Independent Business” (Even In A Space That Is Not Traditionally Virtual) www.TheMaverickShow.com/Keys Watch My Video Training On “Stylish Minimalist Packing” and Learn How to Travel the World with Carry On Luggage: http://www.TheMaverickShow.com/Packing See The Travel Gear I Use And Recommend: https://ww.TheMaverickShow.com/Gear Learn How You Can Buy Turnkey Rental Properties In The Best U.S. Real Estate Markets From Anywhere: http://www.TheMaverickShow.com/RealEstate See How I Produce The Maverick Show Podcast (The Equipment, Services And Vendors I Use): https://www.TheMaverickShow.com/Production FOLLOW THE MAVERICK SHOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/MaverickShowPod/ Twitter: https://www.Twitter.com/MaverickShowPod Tiktok: https://www.TikTok.com/@MaverickShowPod Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/MaverickShowPodcast LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/MaverickShowPod/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@themaverickshow874 BUY ME A COFFEE: Enjoying the show? Espressos help me produce significantly better podcast episodes! Now you can support The Maverick Show by buying me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheMaverickShow
“Never underestimate the power of a rant, if you're going to do something about it.”In today's bite-sized 40 Minute Mentor episode, we're joined by fellow podcaster and good friend of JBM, Amardeep Parmar, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of BAE HQ. Amardeep has been on an incredible journey - from being a Tech consultant in 2020, to setting a New Year's resolution which made him the second fastest writer to gain 50,000 followers on Medium.com. Now, he's inspiring, connecting and guiding British Asian Entrepreneurs with BAE HQ. Today, Amardeep shared more about his journey and the crucial lessons he has learned along the way, including: ➡️ His traditional journey and accidental entrepreneurship [00:55] ➡️ Questioning your identity as a Founder [04:51] ➡️ A New Year's resolution turned career [06:26] ➡️ Advice for aspiring writers [08:32] ➡️ How a rant with a friend paved the foundations for BAE HQ [10:05] ➡️ Scaling a not-for-profit and navigating the corporate landscape [12:34] ➡️ Connecting people for mutual success [15:26] ➡️ The secret sauce of community building [16:28] ➡️ A selection of stand out stories from BAE HQ [22:51] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Amardeep: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amardeepsparmar/➡️ Find out more about BAE HQ: https://www.thebaehq.com/ ➡️ Listen to the BAE HQ podcast: https://www.thebaehq.com/podcasts➡️ James Mitra on BAE HQ: https://www.thebaehq.com/podcasts/episode-51-james⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
Last week, we kicked off a new series called "What Are We Doing?" where we are re-examining our purpose as a church. While churches do a lot of things, there are three things that stand out as core purposes of our church, and they're found right in our name. This week we looked at the second thing we are here to do. God has called us to be COMMUNITY BUILDERS.
Networking is the key to acting success. But what if it terrifies you? Listen to how I learned to redefine networking into community building by joining a mastermind group, training at The Second City and connecting with a rich range of Hollywood Individuals.Also, take a trip down memory lane to my days as a hip-hop dancer in the 90s where my shyness inhibited me from growing my dance career after performing in LL Cool J's "Around The Way Girl" music video. If you'd Like to SUPPORT the show & Tiwana. Here are 5 simple ways to do so. Follow/Subscribe A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating Write a Kind Review Share an Episode With Your Actor Friends Buy Tiwana a Coffee: buymeacoffee.com/TiwanaF Be sure to follow on Instagram as well. @actinglessonslearned @LifebyTiwana Learn more about Tiwana Floyd at https://www.tiwanafloyd.comActing Lessons Learned is Produced, Written, Engineered, and Edited by Tiwana Floyd Music Pixababy "Mesmerized" 15617 & 11492_comamedia
This week, Josh and Jess chat about Season 6 Episode 13, "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television."
Ever feel like you're stuck in a rut and need some fresh and invigorating inspiration? Join us as we sit down with the exceptional martial artist and instructor, Mauricio Mejia, who not only holds a black belt in Jiu Jitsu but has honed his skills in the disciplines of Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, and kickboxing. Together, we trace the lineage of the black belt, celebrate the growth of the Elite Team, and engage in a lively debate about the top three greatest martial artists of all time. As the conversation flows, we venture into the astounding potential nestled within small towns like Porterville. Reflecting on the positive influence martial arts has, we delve into the personal growth and confidence it unlocks. Mauricio, with his unique teaching style, uses a constraint-led approach, which has revolutionized the way his students understand and embrace the art of Jiu-Jitsu. Get ready to be inspired as we explore the myriad benefits of joining a Jiu-Jitsu gym. From building character and focus, to fostering willpower and confidence, we discuss why this form of martial art is capturing mainstream attention. Mauricio shares his insights on teaching, the importance of making positive first impressions, and the power of parental support in a child's martial arts journey. We end our discussion by considering the possibilities of spurring community growth in Porteville, emphasizing the importance of investing in our children. Join us, as we unearth the power of martial arts, its influence on personal development, and the ability it holds to shape a community.Quest for Success Links | https://linktr.ee/questforsuccess
Today's Five-Star Guest is Rebecca Undem. Our first three-time guest! Learn More About Growing Small Towns: https://www.growingsmalltowns.org/Listen to Rebecca's Podcast (it's great!): https://rebeccaundem.com/podcasterLearn More About Rebecca: https://rebeccaundem.com/about-rebeccaRead Rebecca's Book (it's also great!): https://rebeccaundem.com/authorGet on our waiting list for our new nonprofit & fundraising community filled with on-demand courses and live webinars that are exclusive to members! Learn all about what's in store to support you and your leadership team at www.DoGoodYOUniversity.com!Support This Podcast! Make a quick and easy donation here:https://www.patreon.com/dogoodbetterSpecial THANK YOU to our sponsors:Donor Dock - The best CRM system for your small to medium sized nonprofit, hands down! Visit www.DonorDock.com and use the Promo Code DOGOODBETTER for a FREE month!iTunes: https://apple.co/3a3XenfSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2PlqRXsYouTube: https://bit.ly/3kaWYanTunein: http://tun.in/pjIVtStitcher: https://bit.ly/3i8jfDRFollow On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoGoodBetterPodcast/Follow On Twitter: @consulting_do #fundraising #fundraiser #charity #nonprofit #donate#dogood #dogoodBETTER #fargo #fundraisingdadAbout Host Patrick Kirby:Email: Patrick@dogoodbetterconsulting.comLinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fundraisingdad/Want more great advice? Buy Patrick's book! Now also available as an e-book!Fundraise Awesomer! A Practical Guide to Staying Sane While Doing GoodAvailable through Amazon Here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1072070359
So we all want to be people who are outside having cool adventures -- but what about finding adventure right where you live? How do you learn the best local spots, break out of your comfort zone to try something new and, maybe even more importantly, find adventure buddies with whom to do it? Those are all questions Kierre Childers is working to tackle through her Palmer, Alaska-based tour company Revel Treks and Tours, which focuses on helping locals get outside and explore Alaska. Breaking outside your comfort zone in your own backyard can feel like a daunting task, especially when you're squeezing it into your already packed life. But Kierre has some great suggestions for making it happen as you learn to explore right where you live, find a community to do it with and get comfortable with asking for help. Listen to this helpful episode now! Connect with this episode: Get $20 off Ski Babes fitness with coupon code “HUMANS” Find a trip through Revel Treks and Tours Follow Revel Treks and Tours on Instagram Follow Revel Treks and Tours on Facebook Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Some of the good stuff: [2:15] Why this episode is a little different [3:03] Kierre Childer's favorite outdoor space [4:20] Kierre's outdoor story [8:10] Not so many volcanoes in Indiana [9:02] Why we love where we live [13:22] Why focus on tourism for locals? [15:37] What's 2020 got to do with it? [20:34] Is it surprising that locals need help doing local outdoor stuff? [21:00] P.S. it's hard [24:46] Here's a little about Revel Treks and Tours [27:45] The struggle of finding out what's happening [32:50] Here's some tips for getting outside right where you live [39:03] Kierre's favorite outdoor moment
Early Academic Journey Elena's journey from studying physics and computer science to discovering her passion for life sciences and medicine. Overcoming challenges in academic pursuits and finding her calling in translational research. Translating Complex Science for Wider Audiences Practical techniques for effective science communication, emphasizing the importance of practice and feedback loops. Building community through volunteering and honing skills in event organization and speaker recruitment. The Multilingual Advantage Elena's experience as a trilingual communicator (Hebrew, English, Russian) and the benefits of immersing oneself in a language for effective communication. Overcoming initial translation challenges by thinking and generating content directly in the target language. mAcademia Podcast: Bridging Industry and Academia Exploring the journey from basic research to practical applications, and understanding career trajectories for scientists. Insights into the collaborative nature of academia and the importance of interdisciplinary ventures. Pursuing a PhD in genetics to becoming a passionate advocate for science communication and entrepreneurship. Emphasizing the importance of building communities and seeking out opportunities, especially for foreign students and scientists. Discussing her role as a board member of Science Abroad, a nonprofit organization that supports Israeli scientists living abroad. Highlighting the impact of community-building and mutual support in overcoming the challenges faced by international students. Resources mentioned in the episode: Nest Catalyst, an entrepreneurship program she co-founded to empower Israeli scientists in building companies based on research and science. mAcademia, a podcast exploring the bridge between the industry and academia to understand how basic scientific findings take shape into products and strategies and following the career paths of researchers who are in academia or outside of it ScienceAbroad, an Israel-based nonprofit organization that harnesses the power of senior Israeli scientists living abroad. Through its wide-reaching professional and social network
Lloyed Lobo, an entrepreneur, podcast host, and community builder. He's the co founder of TractionConf.io and the fintech platform Boast.ai, which recently received over $100 million in growth equity funding. His new book, From Grassroots to Greatness, reveals 13 rules to build iconic brands with community led growth. In this conversation, Lloyed shares the lessons he's learned from the ups and downs of life, both personal and entrepreneurial, providing you with a straighter path to your own version of success. For the show, notes, transcripts, and more from this and other episodes, go to Leadpages.com/podcast.
In this episode, we talk about the importance of community building in our classrooms, schools, and communities. The Unpacking Education hosts take turns sharing strategies that have been successful for them and for colleagues who they've worked with over the years. Tune in and fill your tool kit with a long list of ideas that you can implement today. Visit AVID Open Access to learn more.
True success lies not in products or technologies, but in the power of people. Why do some companies have loyal, cult-like followings while others blend into oblivion? If we look around, we begin to notice that traditional marketing is losing its edge and many entrepreneurs are struggling to stand out. It becomes clear that a thriving community can be your biggest asset. This breakthrough has launched Lloyed Lobo to new heights and led him to coin the phrase: " If you build a community, you won't become a commodity!". Lloyed joins the show to reinforce this message. Lloyed is an entrepreneur, podcast host and community builder. As a young refugee in Kuwait, he witnessed the strength of community in evacuating the population to safety. His new book, From Grassroots to Greatness -13 Rules to Build Iconic Brands with Community Led Growth has topped Amazon's new release charts in a number of categories. This book dives into what Lloyed learned after talking to 1,000+ leaders and looking behind the growth of obscure ideas that went on to become enduring companies like Apple, Atlassian, CrossFit, Harley-Davidson, HubSpot, and more.
Arya Firoozmand is the Co-Founder and CEO of Overture Law. Arya is also a practicing attorney in California and leads the customer experience team as well as oversees product innovation at BizCounsel. Arya's practice focuses on representing a wide variety of business litigation issues across a number of industries.Overture is the first attorney-to-attorney referral platform that lets you easily generate referral fees for clients you can't serve.Connect with Arya on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/aryafiroozmandVisit Overture's Website: overture.lawOn This Episode, We Discuss…The Beginning of OvertureBuilding Communities with ReferralsEngaging User Feedback
Kel Haney joins us to share a case study of what can be possible for your impactful business when you build a strong personal brand as a go-to guide on LinkedIn.Kel's an outbound fundraising expert who's all about “Taking the Ick out of The Ask.” While she's fundraised for decades, she's begun sharing her stories and insights as a thought leader this year - while also growing her nonprofit coaching and consulting business. If growing YOUR visibility & influence is a priority, I want you to bookmark this episode for any time you need a reminder that thought leadership works. Plus, you'll hear a behind-the-scenes look at HOW it works. To read a full transcript of the episode, visit: LUMOS MARKETING LinkedIn Content Sprint If you're listening in real time, get ready to join October's LinkedIn content sprint - doors open for registration on Tuesday, Sep 19. There'll be 20 spots available and I anticipate it will sell out, so check out the info + get on the waitlist here. This Sprint supports impactful small business owners in easefully writing 6 months worth of strategic, timeless, and repurposable LinkedIn posts designed to attract inbound opportunities. And, you'll get my 1:1 copy coaching on everything you write (which is why spots are so limited!) Resources from this episode:Get your copy of Kel's juicy FREE “8 Phrases NOT to use in your Fundraising” guide here.Connect with Kel Haney: LinkedIn: Kel HaneyWebsite: kelhaney.comDonorly: donorly.comConnect with Tania Bhattacharyya:LinkedIn: Tania BhattacharyyaInstagram: @taniabhatWebsite: lumosmarketing.co
Welcome to Episode 1556, in which Cynthia Chaplin interviews Michelle Schromm in this installment of Voices, on the Italian Wine Podcast. More about today's guest Empowering Change in the Wine Industry, For Women in Wine: Bâtonnage is dedicated to creating lasting change within the wine industry by supporting and empowering women at any phase in their career, through Mentorship, Networking, and Community Building. The Bâtonnage Forum was founded in 2018 with the intention of stirring up the conversation about women in wine. What started as a grassroots event attended by over 300 people, has grown into a diverse network of women from more than 25 states and 15 countries, in all stages of careers. With a constant focus on real-life impact, Bâtonnage launched the progressive and impactful Mentorship program in 2020, and in 2021 became a 501c(3) organization. Today, our network includes a large and growing community of more than 2,500 women wine professionals, supported by over fifty industry professionals who volunteer their time to support our community. Michelle has been an active member of the Bâtonnage community since its first annual forum in 2018. She supported the organization's Mentorship program for two years as a Level 1 and 2 Mentor (Marketing & Communications IAF), before being appointed as Executive Director in 2023. Her journey in the wine industry began over a decade ago in Mendoza, Argentina, where for over 5 years she led the Hospitality program at Pulenta Estate, as well as co-founded a nonprofit organization supporting vineyard workers and their families in the region's wine country. She returned to the United States in 2015 to work for Paul Hobbs Wines in various Sales & Marketing roles, including import and export management and finally as Director of Marketing. In 2021, Michelle joined the environmentally passionate, and largely woman-run, team at Sonoma Coast's RAEN Winery where today she serves as Director of Marketing and Direct Sales. Connect: Instagram: @lameech LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/michelleschromm About today's Host: Cynthia Chaplin is a VIA certified Italian Wine Ambassador, a professional sommelier with FIS and the WSA, a member of Le Donne del Vino, and a Professor of Italian wine and culture. Born in the USA, she's lived in Europe since 1990. Italian wine, in particular rosé, is her passion. She works with embassies, corporations and private clients, creating and presenting tastings, events, seminars and in-depth courses. Cynthia is a wine writer, a judge at international wine and sake competitions, she consults with restaurants and enotecas developing comprehensive wine lists and food pairings, and she advises clients who want to curate an Italian wine collection. She currently works for Vinitaly International in Verona as a Project Manager, Educator, and the host of VOICES Series on The Italian Wine Podcast, focusing on diversity and inclusion in the global wine industry. Connect: Facebook: Italian Wines in English Instagram: kiss_my_glassx Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-chaplin-190647179/ _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Share this pod! Remember Voices is all about diversity, equity, and heart-warming personal stories about real people!
Anamaria is an inspiring leader and community builder, who never planned on taking on that identity. But when an unexpected job offer came her way, she couldn't resist exploring the opportunity. Anamaria shares her journey of stepping outside her comfort zone and discovering her passion for building communities. From her previous role in learning and development to her current success in creating the Butter community, Anamaria's story is filled with valuable lessons in personal growth, empowerment, and the importance of embracing different visions. Find Anamaria on Twitter
In this insightful interview with Michael Cade, the CEO of the Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC), we gained valuable insights into the world of economic development, community building, and the importance of love and opportunity. Background and Passion: Michael shared his unique journey into economic development, highlighting his background in English literature and geography. He discussed how he transitioned from wanting to be a high school English literature teacher to becoming a key figure in Thurston County's economic development. The Role of the EDC: Michael shed light on the Thurston EDC's mission, emphasizing its dedication to fostering economic growth and community development. He emphasized the organization's commitment to supporting emerging sectors and promoting a diverse range of businesses, including small enterprises. The Arts and Economic Growth: Michael discussed the surprising role of the arts sector in Thurston County's economy during the 2008-2009 recession. The arts became a significant driver of job growth, highlighting the importance of creative industries in economic development. Community Building and Engagement: Michael emphasized the need for economic development organizations to be approachable and actively engaged with their communities. He discussed the importance of partnerships, both traditional and nontraditional, in driving economic growth. Challenges and Communication: Michael acknowledged the challenge of effectively communicating the EDC's role and resources to the community. He stressed the importance of telling their story better and reaching out to a broader audience. A Vision for the Future: When asked about his legacy, Michael shared a heartfelt perspective. He hopes to be remembered for fostering an environment of love and opportunity, not just within his family but also within the community. His vision is to leave a legacy of caring for one another and supporting individual growth and responsibility. This interview with Michael Cade provides valuable insights into the world of economic development, community building, and the profound impact that love and opportunity can have on individuals and society. Michael's dedication to serving his community and creating a better future is truly inspiring. This amazing episode was edited and mixed by our amazing team member Jacob Brusseau! www.linkedin.com › in › jacob-brusseau Jacob Brusseau - Music Composer/Audio Engineer ... - LinkedIn
We all live and experience different communities during our life time. How can we be more connected? In this episode I share the importance of looking within to transform our views and begin to understand the need we all have of belonging. Our identity to any community shows what we value. Let's begin to use our meditation practices to connect more and engage with our voice to improve our communities.
This week, Josh and Jess chat about Season 6 Episode 12, "Wedding Videography."
In this week's episode, join us as we dive into the magic of Camp Mograph. Beginning with a casual catch-up and the latest from social media, Mark Cernosia spearheads an insightful discussion on the creativity behind Camp Mograph, while Jen Van Horn proposes some fun engagement ideas like a sticker swap. Agustin Eguia shares his personal experiences attending the camp, highlighting its distinction from typical industry events. We delve into the challenges of juggling the camp's growth alongside client work and the allure of hosting smaller, intimate gatherings. Hear firsthand accounts from first-time attendees Sarah and Jen, who shine a light on the genuine and relaxed nature of networking at the camp. Throughout our chat, the underlying theme resonates: the value of human connection in building professional networks. As we conclude, the conversation shifts to an essential aspect—highlighting mothers in the motion graphics industry, advocating for work-life balance, and amplifying the importance of mental health. Whether you're a Camp Mograph veteran or a curious first-timer, this episode offers invaluable insights for all. Join us and be part of the conversation. Camp Mograph F9 Collective
Michael Buzinski is a renowned digital marketing expert with a unique journey from being a musician to becoming a key player in the world of online marketing. His perspective on his journey is that marketing, particularly online marketing, is a vital component for the success and growth of businesses. He stresses the importance of identifying the most profitable prospects for a service-based business and knowing where to find them online. Buzinski also underscores the importance of a high conversion rate on a website to maximize its potential in attracting and engaging customers. His views are deeply rooted in his own experiences and understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the marketing field. Join Sebastian Rusk and Michael Buzinski on this episode of the Beyond The Story podcast to delve deeper into his fascinating journey and gain valuable insights.Timestamped Outline:(00:03:28) From Failed Musician to Multimillion Dollar Agency Owner(00:08:41) Building a Buzzworthy Business with Michael Buzinski(00:12:52) Optimizing Websites to Attract Profitable Prospects(00:18:11) The Impact of Podcasting on Marketing and Community BuildingSocial Posts:
Have you ever wondered how to create a successful podcast that stands out from the crowd? We did too! On this episode, we welcome Danielle Desir Corbett , a woman who took the podcasting world by storm with her unique blend of travel and finance topics. Danielle's journey is one of resilience and passion, born from an opportunity she seized to support women of color in the podcasting space. She eventually built an entire community around this idea and took a leap of faith to make podcasting her full-time gig. Her story is an exciting testament to breaking the mold and overcoming the fears that hold us back.Danielle isn't just a podcaster, she's a master of crafting engaging content. She has honed her skills to create punchy dialogues and insightful conversations that resonate with her listeners. Danielle walks us through her process - how she scripts her episodes, pairs them with compelling written content, and even how she turns her insights into published books. Yes, she is an author too! But it's not all smooth sailing, especially in the face of a global pandemic. Danielle shares candidly about how she navigates these challenging times and the role of hard deadlines in keeping her on track. The heart of Danielle's success lies in the community she has built. She's intentional about producing content that's genuinely beneficial for her audience, and she gauges her success through their responses. She shares highlights from two of her favorite episodes, where she tackles the intriguing topics of travel hacking and financial literacy. Throughout our chat, Danielle Desir Corbett offers an abundance of strategies and insights that can inspire fellow podcasters or anyone looking to create impactful content. Don't miss it!Support the show
Tina Davidson is a highly regarded American composer who creates music that stands out for its emotional depth and lyrical dignity. Lauded for her authentic voice, the New York Times praised her "vivid ear for harmony and colors.” Episode Links:Web: https://www.tinadavidson.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tina.davidson.5205/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tina-davidson-6040971b/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrDxwJr9x_EvCiCT8LHt2wQInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tinadavidson.music/Joey Pinz Conversations Podcast Information: • Website: https://www.joeypinz.com • Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/joeypinz • Music by Tom Izzo: @wahlsinger https://tomizzomusic.com Support our podcast: • Subscribe: https://joeypinzconversations.com/subscribe/ • How much is this podcast worth to you? Consider $5, $10 or $20/mo with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joeypinz • How about a one-time payment? • What is the episode worth to you? $25/$50/$100/$500 /$1,000/$5,000 with PayPal (one-time): https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JoePannone Please subscribe/follow to Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations Podcast: • Spotify, Apple, Google, or others. Please consider rating with 5 stars if you like it. • Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/joey-pinz-discipline-conversations/id1583997438 • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69SFwY3XSwcw9qNvElAn10 • Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODI4OTA2LnJzcw • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeyPinzDisciplineConversations?sub_confirmation=1Please follow on social media: @TheJoeyPinz • Instagram: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.instagram.com/TheJoeyPinz • Twitter: @TheJoeyPinz https://twitter.com/TheJoeyPinz • Facebook: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.facebook.com/TheJoeyPinz • TikTok: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.tiktok.com/@thejoeypinz • Minds: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.minds.com/thejoeypinz • YouTube: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.youtube.com/@thejoeypinzFinally, join our newsletter: https://joeypinzconversations.com/#newsletterSupport the show
Ever wondered how a community of creatives can change a city's narrative? Unearthed from the core of San Antonio, we present Ja' el Thompson, the dynamic founder of The Down Market and CEO of Symbio Hush Creative Firm. He found a niche and filled it, promoting the city's vibrant creative community through the power of media. Get ready to dive into his inspiring entrepreneurial journey, the challenges He faced, and the strategies that brought her success.Ja' el's unique approach to balancing the creative haven of The Down Market with the corporate needs of Symbio Hush is a masterclass in entrepreneurship. Explore the intriguing intersection of media, podcasting, and community building as he shares his strategies for leveraging social capital to make meaningful connections through events like the Creative Futures Brunch. Support the show
Ever wondered what happens when two passionate artists collide with their collective dreams? Buckle up as my dear friend, Megan, and I unveil a thrilling adventure that's been simmering on the back burner for months – a restorative coastal retreat in the serene Rosemary Beach. We spill the beans on our vision for this unique fusion of relaxation and creativity, discussing every meticulous detail, from the tranquillity of the beach house to the handcrafted itinerary promising a rejuvenating experience.Think that's all? Hold on to your seats as we navigate through the grand scheme of the weekend getaway. Imagine peaceful mornings with a cup of coffee, the comfort of mingling with like-minded souls, stimulating creative exercises, and enlightening discussions with industry mavens. All this alongside the unforgettable experience of a grand dinner. We share our aspiration to strike a harmony between wellness and business, offering an immersive retreat that leaves you refreshed and with a clear direction for your work.As the icing on the cake, we introduce the Founders Society, our vision to unite women across the Southeast and beyond. The Society is our answer to the need for a platform offering restorative weekends, shared dinners, and gatherings in various cities. We wrap up with details on the inaugural getaway of the Founders Society and extend an open invitation to all our listeners to pitch in with their questions. Brace yourselves for this fascinating journey as we bring together creative minds in an environment of learning, collaboration, and restoration!Ready to learn more? Head to our Instagram, website and click here to join the interest list. Support the show
This week, Josh and Jess chat about Season 6 Episode 11, "Modern Espionage."
We are so excited to have Robby Angle on the show today! Robby is the President and CEO of Trueface, a non-profit ministry that creates grace based, relational discipleship resources to help stuck Christians go the 18 inches from their head to their heart. Today's episode is packed full of nuggets for small groups. Listen as Robby walks through five practical principles that you can apply today to transform your small group into real authentic community.
Changing the climate future of our planet can only happen when we all work together and learn from each other--and that's why this podcast includes diverse perspectives from around the world. To that end, our guest host in this episode will be Abigail Fehrsen in South Africa. You might remember Abby from episode 57, when she and her friend Liesl told the story of the community food cooperative they founded. In THIS episode Abby will be talking to Kehinde Micheal Osatuyi about the Muizenberg Community Kitchen—an inspiring and groundbreaking social enterprise that offers nutritious, affordable, plant-based meals to the community—but also gives special attention to the needs of the poor and vulnerable, and to promoting ecological awareness and environmental justice in all they do. Guest Host: Abigail Fehrsen Guest on Earthkeepers Episode 57 Homeschool educator Co-founder of a Food Club in her hometown of Cape Town, South Africa Guest: Michael Kehinde Osatuyi Founder of Muizenberg Community Kitchen Read more about Michael here and here Contact Muizenberg Community Kitchen at email@example.com Instagram Facebook Mentions: Cape Town, South Africa Youth for Change Muizenberg Community Garden Check out the International Community Development Masters program at NU.Keywords: food, kitchen, collaboration, community, COVID-19, volunteers, connection, youth, nutrition, garden, giving, receiving, empowerment, environmental justice, zero hunger, compost, zero waste, faith, generosity Check out Northwest University's International Community Development Masters! Find us on our website: Earthkeepers. Donate here to Earthkeepers Podcast.Our parent organization: Circlewood. Join the Stand.
“The traditional definition (of a Generalist) has been a ‘Jack of all trades', which often comes with a negative connotation.”In today's bite-sized 40 Minute Mentor episode, we're joined by Milly Tamati to explore the rise of the Generalist. Milly is not only a Generalist, but a Community builder and Founder of Generalist World. Before leaning into all things Generalist, Milly built businesses all over the world, including co-owning a hostel in Thailand, a wine tour in Australia and an illustration agency in the UK. Today, we explore: ➡️ The making of her Generalist skill set [01:33] ➡️ Defining what a Generalist really is [03:53] ➡️ Specialists vs Generalists [05:34] ➡️ Ending the “Jack of all trades” narrative [08:15] ➡️ Framing your Generalist career to employers [09:47] ➡️ The Generalist World community [13:05] ➡️ Quality over quantity in community building [15:43] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Milly: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milly-tamati/➡️ Check out Generalist World: https://www.generalist.world/
Paula Carozzo is an inclusive activist, disabled content creator, model and speaker who has cultivated and created a space to redefine disability. At the age of five, Paula was diagnosed with cerebral palsy after experiencing brain damage from surgery, which caused a non-traumatic brain injury in the motor cortex region of her brain. On her journey with a cane, Paula shares her story about what it's like to live with a disability by amplifying the voices of her community and sharing their laughs, struggles, and adventures.___Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life Connect with Marc >>> Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what resonates with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props
On episode 185, we welcome David Samson to discuss our current understanding of how tribes form, tribalism as political polarization, why the Bloodline storyline in the WWE is so popular, why some of the smartest people are also the most irrational, the consequences of our tendency to prioritize group loyalty over truth, the label of ‘critical thinker' and why it's another cognitive trap, our tendency to favor broader groups over those closest to us, what to do when you're loyal to opposing groups, how group pride both supports self-esteem and conflict, and the role of mental immunity in combatting the toxic aspects of the tribal drive. David Samson is an Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Toronto and Director of the Sleep and Human Evolution Lab (SHEL). David's research has been internationally profiled in venues such as BBC, Time, the New York Times, The Smithsonian, CBC, NPR, and National Geographic. He is also a part of the Mental Immunity Project and CIRCE (Cognitive Immunology Research Collaborative), which aim to advance and apply the science of mental immunity to inoculate minds against misinformation. His new book, available now, is called “Our Tribal Future: How to Channel Our Foundational Human Instincts into a Force for Good.” | David Samson | ► Website 1 | https://davidrsamson.com ► Website 2 | https://mentalimmunityproject.org ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/Primalprimate ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/primalprimatologist ► Youtube | https://www.youtube.com/@MentalImmunityProject ► Research Gate | https://www.researchgate.net/profile/David-Samson-7 ► Our Tribal Future Book | https://read.macmillan.com/lp/our-tribal-future Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment ► TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@seizethemomentpodcast
This week, Josh and Jess chat about Season 6 Episode 10, "Basic RV Repair and Palmistry," with special guest, Will (@willaffourtit).
Are you ready to level up your community building and fundraising efforts with expert insights from Floyd Jones, the Director of Community at Givebutter? We're peeling back the layers on the power of community, its role in our lives and how it fuels the work of nonprofits.In this episode, get a backstage pass into the growth story of Givebutter, a livestreaming platform catalyzing virtual events and fundraising. We unravel the importance of strategic planning as we head into the final quarter, a pivotal time for nonprofit organizations. Floyd and I divulge some of the most effective strategies – from creating tentpole moments to launching a monthly giving campaign to maximize your year-end fundraising. We also talk about some intriguing new initiatives, including the GiveButter Gives Back initiative in partnership with Visa and Givebutter's new auction feature.Towards the end of our chat, we delve into the significance of a seamless donor experience, its impact on increasing donations, and its role in effecting transformations. We share insights on crafting impactful language on donation pages and making the entire experience mobile-friendly. We shed light on the magic of monthly giving, its role in filtering out one-time donors and creating long-lasting donor relationships. Floyd and I invite you to join us on this enlightening journey. Mark your calendars for our upcoming virtual event on September 13th, and join us on Instagram to continue the conversation!Resources & LinksAre you looking to increase your monthly gifts this giving season? Join me and Floyd Jones at Givebutter for a FREE webinar on September 13th to learn 5 ways to supercharge your fundraising with monthly giving. Sign up here.Connect with Floyd on LinkedIn and learn more about Givebutter's Giving Tuesday initiatives on their website.Do you want to be a featured case study on the Missions to Movements Podcast? I'm looking for 4 organizations that want to come on the show (absolutely free!) and we'll have a digital marketing style consultation call. DM me on LinkedIn or Instagram to learn more.Hire me as your fractional digital marketing manager! Together, we can help you prep and run your Giving Tuesday and year-end campaigns, from optimizing your online donations, running social ads, reviewing your email sequences, and planning your campaign strategies. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.Want to make Missions to Movements even better? Take a screenshot of this episode and share it on Instagram. Be sure to tag @positivequation so I can connect with you. Let's Connect! Send a DM on Instagram or LinkedIn and let us know what you think of the show! Head to YouTube for helpful digital marketing how-to videos and podcast teasers Want to book Dana as a speaker for your event? Click here!
Julie Deem invites Jenny Young to the show. This series was recorded at Crossroads Community Church's Global Leadership Summit 2023. In this episode we discuss what resources are provided by the Pregnancy Resource Center, the community support behind the organization, and all the wonderful connections that are being cultivated at Global Leadership Summit. Learn more about the Pregnancy Resource Center at: https://www.pregnancyresourcecenter.org/locations/kokomo/ Thank you Crossroads Community Church and Global Leadership Network for this awesome summit, Learn more about the latest tool for dynamic professionals in the self-improvement industry, LyfQuest. A mobile CRM platform that's uniquely made for you! Learn more at: https://lyfquest.io/ Instagram: USW Podcast @uswkokomo Kalena James @yesitskalenajames Julie Deem @indymompreneur -------------------------------------------------- USW Kokomo Website Production by The Business Podcast Editor --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/united-state-of-women/message
Ever considering starting a cash-based practice? In this podcast episode, the host introduces physical therapists Dr. Ashley Campbell and Dr. Chris Wolfe. They discuss the importance of mentorship, community building, and paying dues when entering the cash-based world of physical therapy. Dr. Campbell and Dr. Wolfe share their experiences of branching out independently and finding their niche in the field.They emphasize the value of having a solid network and being willing to refer patients to other therapists when necessary. They also discuss the future of cash-based practices and the need for change in the healthcare system. Dr. Campbell shares her approach to patient care and willingness to adapt payment methods to serve her patients best. The episode concludes with a discussion on filling the gaps in the healthcare industry and the potential for future episodes on this topic.--Let's Connect with Joe LemonInstaGram: https://www.instagram.com/joealexlemon/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joealexlemon/Don't miss an episode of the Recovery Lab Show on YouTube: https://bit.ly/453fAjo
Community building happens on the micro and macro levels. Saybrook University educates world-changers able to build community in their neighborhoods, regions, nations, and globally. Dr. Nathan Long explains the concept and how we can each develop the competencies.
In this podcast episode, Darcey Elizabeth welcomes Tori Truesdale as a special guest. Tori, a home organizer and community organizer, shares her knowledge and expertise in building community. She talks about her business, True Belongings, which aims to help people organize their homes while also creating safe spaces for community building. Tori and Darcey discuss the importance of setting boundaries in relationships and navigating toxic family dynamics. They also emphasize the power of therapy and finding a core community that supports and understands you. Tori shares her unexpected journey into public speaking and the fulfillment it brings her. She encourages listeners to prioritize rest and find spaces where they can thrive and connect with like-minded individuals. Connect with Tori: Loudoun Community Organizer (@tori.truesdale) • Information on Reconnect & Restore Retreat: Reconnect & Restore Retreat Registration, Sat, Sep 9, 2023 at 9:00 AM | Eventbrite Join the Network: Claim Your Network Connect with Darcey on Instagram: Darcey ✨ All Things Networking (@darceyelizabeth.co) •
This week, Josh and Jess chat about Season 6 Episode 9, "Grifting 101," with special guest, Av.
In this podcast episode, Sebastian and Justine engage in a heartfelt conversation that explores personal experiences, grief, love, and vulnerability. Central to their dialogue is the concept of community, resonating within mission-driven movements and conscious businesses. Touching on conscious living, ethical practices, and the yearning for genuine connection, they highlight empathy's role in leadership. Justine's insights on grief, co-devotion, and community-building add depth. Experience this inspiring episode celebrating human emotions and empathetic leadership in purposeful endeavors. Show Time Stamps: [00:00:10] Justine's emotional experience and grief cycles. [00:02:08] Sharing vulnerability on Instagram, desires for love. [00:05:37] Transformative moment witnessing grandmother's passing. [00:10:53] Community's impact on belonging and unconditional love. [00:13:33] Self-supporting mechanism and unity in thriving communities. [00:13:49] Shared core values in communities for connection. [00:17:17] Hosting events, fostering personal connections. [00:19:40] Support for conscious businesses and practitioners. [00:23:16] Sustainability commitment, clothing swaps. [00:26:04] Realization about animal energy and meat consumption. [00:27:08] Ethical considerations in consuming animals. [00:30:04] Community's role in well-being, multigenerational wisdom. [00:34:21] Universality of community, even in challenges. [00:36:19] Gratitude and hope shaping positive reality. [00:41:39] Cliques and ego in communities. [00:45:44] Vulnerability's power in connecting. [00:47:34] Justine's coming out journey. [00:50:19] Strength in vulnerability, changing perceptions. [00:53:04] Coming out to family, emotional reactions. [00:54:08] Vulnerability fostering openness in others. [00:57:52] Parenting with emotional authenticity. [01:00:43] Desire for co-devotional partnerships. [01:02:53] Deep connections in couples. [01:05:29] Genuine connections in digital spaces. [01:09:33] Community building in Web3 space. [01:10:09] Navigating conflicts within communities. [01:18:18] Remembered for creating love. [01:19:16] Empathy, leading with love, human connections. [01:20:17] Exciting community projects. Connect with Justine Bean on Instagram Connect with Sebastian on Instagram SebastianNaum.com
This week, Josh and Jess chat about Season 6 Episode 8, "Advanced Safety Features," with special guest, Dr. Amanda (@dramandar).
Looking for innovative ways to grow your brand? In this episode, I'm sitting down with Alicia Reynoso, the owner of ChallengeMakers.com, a unique service that propels brand growth through community-driven challenges. Alicia isn't just an expert in this field; she honed her skills by scaling her brand, LiveInfinitely.com, to eight figures using an approach to marketing and community-building that every eCommerce owner should consider. Listen in as we discuss the importance of deeply understanding customers and what their needs and desires are, as well as the shifting views on the adage “follow your passion.” Alicia also shares insights on leveraging Facebook groups for community engagement, her experience with community challenges, and the value of personal interactions within a community. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: bit.ly/3rTLHDJ Interested in our Private Community for 7-Figure Store Owners? Learn more here. Want to hear about new episodes and eCommerce news round-ups? Subscribe via email.