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Haley & Jen are feeling a little under the weather after our big weekend in NYC, so we're cracking open the archives and sharing an awesome conversation that we had with Tori Totlis wayyyy back in December 2021! Tori is an absolute powerhouse for getting more women into the game, creating hilarious and relatable content on her Instagram account @tori_totlis and running Compete Confidence Golf. Tune in to find out how to actually get better at golf (spoiler: practice!) and send this episode to somebody who needs a little push to get into the game!Find all thing Grueter Golf on our Instagram & Twitter @gruetergolf or on TikTok @gruetergolfofficial (and if you know who stole the @gruetergolf handle, tell them to call us). And be sure to sign up for our mailing list on our website to be the first to hear any big news.
On this unique episode of the show, Career Competitor meets The Media Mavens Podcast as Steve welcomes in CEO of Axis Entertainment and host of The Media Mavens Podcast, Sarah Miller. Interested in enhancing your career through coaching? Be sure to email Steve Mellor at Steve@careercompetitor.com to request your free 30 minute competitive consultation today! As the CEO of Axis Entertainment, Sarah has built a an award-winning experiential agency that drives leadership, influence and authority through stepped up Public Relations & Events. Having been a prominent and successful leader over the past 2 decades, Sarah reveals within the discussion the endless layers that make up a great leader. The podcast mash up approach in this episode allows for Steve to play the role of both host and guest (as does Sarah). This leads to a heightened discussion that delivers a greater level of insight that goes beyond leading people and becomes more about leading yourself. You will gain insight on what it means to Deliver intentional actions to regular progress Consider what you must do to bring the best out of others Advance your own expectations in order to raise those of others Widen your perspective to consider how you are leading Learn more about Sarah and the wonderful work she does at axis-entertainment.com/about and be sure to check out her podcast at mediamavenspodcast.com
Matt B. Davis, Jack Bauer, and Miranda Kielpinski give predictions on Spartan Big Bear 2022 Compete against the experts - Make your Spartan picks here! Support Us On Patreon ORM YouTube Channel Intro Music – Paul B. Outro Music – Brian Revels Listen to your favorite player or the box below
Atlanta Falcons Head Coach Arthur Smith joined Dukes & Bell live in studio and Coach talked about what he thinks the team will look like in year two and why this team will compete in 2022.
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Gordon Wittenmyer of NBC Sports Chicago to discuss the latest Cubs storylines. And is there any chance the Cubs can get it together soon and compete in the NL Central?
Justin Michael talks about CSU's growing campus and how the only thing that is missing for the school to take the step is consistent athletic success. He also talks about David Roddy competing at the NBA Combine and why no matter what he decides to do it will be good for the hoops program in the big picture. Finally, Justin goes over a couple of the craziest CSU Football games in history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Good Morning Football Podcast begins analyzing if it's “go time or not” for the New York Giants. Hosts Kay Adams, Peter Schrager, Kyle Brandt, and former Super Bowl champion Shaun O'Hara examine where the New York Giants stack up against the rest of the NFC East. Then the GMFB crew gets into their “taco bout it” segment and Peter talks about the Eagles front office tree, Shaun gets into Nick Chubb's 675-pound squat, and Kyle takes a look at how people think when the NFL schedule gets released. Later, they react to Tom Brady's announcement that he'll be joining FOX and they finish up being joined by Sam Prince who announced the New York Giants #5 overall pick and he talks about the draft experience, meeting Eli Manning, and then he gives his play-by-play call for the famous David Tyree catch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amanda Spratt is a 3 x Australian Cycling Olympian having represented Australia at Tokyo 2020, Rio 2016 and London 2012 Olympic Games. Amanda is a Dual World UCI Championship medalist picking up silver in the road race in 2018 and then bronze in 2019. She is an original team BikeExchange–Jayco rider, a 2 x Tour Downunder champion and a 3 x National Road Race Champion 2012, 2016 and 2020. On this episode Amanda shares around her career highs, lows, and learnings and the challenges she faced overcoming a condition ‘Iliac Artery Endofibrosis'. Amanda outlines the long road to recovery that she's still on following her diagnosis just after the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games where she recounts how things didn't quite go to plan. Headline Sponsor: POLAR Polar are a sports technology company who build world class heart rate monitors and GPS watches for people who take their health, fitness and sports performance seriously. Coming from the heart of the Nordics, they have the experience, insight, and history of quality, design and innovation which is unparalleled. Worn by some of the best athletes on the planet, we're very excited to have Polar as a partner here so you can also access their heart rate monitors, watches and training platform. Polar are very excited to announce that they are launching two stunning new-generation running watches, the Polar Pacer and Polar Pacer Pro. As a starting bonus, the team at Polar are offering 15% off. If it's time for you to check out a new heart rate monitor or watch to help improve your performance, head across to Polar.com and use the code TPPS on selected products. Featured Sponsor: Earshots Lock on, train on & rock on with Earshots. They have you covered for staying motivated while you train Their patented Magnetic ear clip means you can push your limits without being distracted by annoying cords or earbuds that fall out. Use the code PERFORMANCE at Earshots.com for 10% off your purchase. Supplementary Sponsor: Momentus Amp Human & Momentous Building the future of human performance. Amp Human, creators of PR Lotion, and Momentous, the cleanest, safest sports nutrition company are merging together to build the future of human performance. PR Lotion is designed to maximize your training and recovery by unlocking bicarb, a natural electrolyte that improves muscle function and helps you combat fatigue during hard workouts. Train. Compete. Repeat. With Amp Human PR Lotion. Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.
As part of a celebration for World Trade Month 2022, the World Trade Center Arkansas sat down with experts from Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. an international trade firm, to breakdown the U.S. Senate's Innovation and Competition Act of 2021 and the House of Representatives' America COMPETES Act.
Hospitality is a sector that's well placed to leverage loyalty in the coming years. Winning a bigger share of direct bookings has long been a goal of hotel companies, to ease their dependence on online travel agencies. Now IHG is using a revamped loyalty program in tandem with a new booking app to address this. The advantages will go beyond free nights and upgrades, according to its senior vice president, global loyalty and partnerships. “We're proud of what we've brought to market. But delivering loyalty at scale to 6,000 hotels is complex,” Heather Balsley told Skift senior hospitality editor Sean O'Neill. Listen to the full conversation with Balsley here.
A competitor who has not only forged an incredible career for herself but who has built a company that affects change in the career of so many more. Shannon Russo is the CEO and Founder of Kinetix and joins us to shed light on how a persons unique traits can advance their career. Interested in enhancing your career through coaching? Be sure to email Steve Mellor at Steve@careercompetitor.com to request your free 30 minute competitive consultation today! In addition to the great insight Shannon provides to help make you more competitive within your career, we also learn about what makes a leader relevant in this modern era as Shannon offers many perspectives on her approach to leading successfully. Some of the main themes out of this episode include Utilizing your background and culture fit when exploring new opportunities The need for us to get out of our own way The power of learning to affect personal change and growth Making connection an integral part of everything you do To learn more about Kinetix please head to https://www.kinetixhr.com/about-us and of course don't forget to leave us a 5-star rating for the show if you enjoyed what you heard
Andy and Randy discuss the biggest headlines around the NFL before being joined by Audacy NFL Insider Michael Lombardi. Will rookie QB Desmond Ridder compete with Marcus Mariota for Falcons starting role?
Today we have Preston Russ and Todd Neptune joining us from True Art Jiu Jitsu. I wanted to have Preston back on the show to talk about competing in Jiu Jitsu tournaments. We asked Todd Neptune to join us as Todd and Preston are friends and Todd has a background of competing in wrestling. I wanted to specifically talk about the fact that I'm personally afraid to compete in Jiu Jitsu. I've never competed one on one in any type of combat sport before and I find it very intimidating. I would have to assume that is a normal feeling for a first timer going into a grappling competition like Jiu Jitsu. Preston started Jiu Jitsu in January of 2018 with our coach Shannon White. Preston has competed at some big IBJJF tournaments. He has competed at the IBJJF Cincinnati Open and twice at the IBJJF Chicago Open which are very big regional tournaments. I'm sure he will be competing in many more to come as he has some big goals in Jiu Jitsu. Todd was a college wrestler and has competed at a high level in grappling for most of his young adult life. Todd is looking to compete in Jiu Jitsu tournaments once he achieves his blue belt. The IBJJF has a rule that if you were a college level wrestler you can't compete as a white belt in Jiu Jitsu. So he will have to wait a little bit until he is allowed to compete again. Todd got involved in Jiu Jitsu because he misses competition and is looking forward to getting back out on the mat. If you want to contact the show you can go to https://www.uncensoredhumanity.com/ and fill out the Contact Us form. Or email us at email@example.com. Feel free to ask a question to any of our regular guests, let us know if you have a topic you want us to cover or just let us know what you think of the episode. We look forward to hearing from you. © 2018 Uncensored Humanity Artwork by Kathryn Kidwell Intro music Rover by S Strong – available on Youtube audio library Outro music Whitestick by S Strong – available on Youtube audio library
His career in the Canadian Forces took him around the world. Junior Gosse, who's now in his 60s, has been retired for 23 years and he recently got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Gosse is originally from the town of Massey Drive, and he took part in the Invictus Games in the Netherlands. The Games are for serving and retired members of the military who are wounded, injured, or sick. Junior Gosse's son, Ryan Gosse, attended the Games to support his father.
Peak TV has hit a new peak where different points of convergence are driving diverse programming for consumption and streaming platforms have created a space to connect with new audiences. Guest Catherine Tait, the CEO of CBC, provides a glimpse into Canadian viewing habits, examples of how their content has successfully crossed borders, and how collaborations allow them to continue to compete in the content race.
Peak TV has hit a new peak where different points of convergence are driving diverse programming for consumption and streaming platforms have created a space to connect with new audiences. Guest Catherine Tait, the CEO of CBC, provides a glimpse into Canadian viewing habits, examples of how their content has successfully crossed borders, and how collaborations allow them to continue to compete in the content race.
Kevin Gaskell, popular podcaster, serial entrepreneur and intrepid adventurer returns to The Connected Leadership Podcast to discuss his new book 'Catching Giants' with Andy Lopata. Can a small business successfully compete with big business giants? To illustrate how this can be done, Kevin and Andy discuss Kevin's record breaking Atlantic rowing race. A truly fascinating story of dedication, discipline, hard work and a culture of trust, responsibility and strong relationships. The five man team believed they could achieve their goal despite their initial lack of the qualifications needed and no rowing skills. Kevin relates this experience to solving problems in business and moving forward as one team, working together, giving their best, not complaining and achieving inspiring goals. 'Enjoy the journey'.
Miami Hurricanes guard Isaiah Wong threatened to enter the NCAA transfer portal if his NIL contract was not raised, a fascinating but potentially dangerous precedent that will severely impact college basketball. Will Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs be able to keep up with the rising cost of talent acquisition in this sport? Today's episode discusses that challenge, while also talking about Daws Aimaq and Khalil Shabazz who are both in the transfer portal, and a look at the GU baseball program ahead of their weekend series against LMU. Finally, we end the week with updates on Zag alumni Kevin Pangos and Wyatt Mills, and share a fan story for Fan Story Friday: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags. Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 4: The NFL draft is far from over, what are the Patriots biggest holes to fill as a team? The Crew is disappointed at Belichick after drafting Cole Strange in the first round.
Chris Perkins, president of CoinFund, a web3 investment firm, discusses his experience at the Crypto Bahamas conference before diving into an FTX.US proposal that would allow for direct trading of crypto derivatives in the US – which appears to be rocking the boat of certain regulators in D.C. Show topics: Chris's two biggest takeaways from his Crypto Bahamas experience how Chris's experience at Lehman Brothers and Citi prepared him for crypto what issues arise via the plumbing of traditional financial markets why centralized intermediaries make derivatives trading efficient what FTX.US is proposing and how it could be a boon for retail traders how crypto settlement would work compared to the current batch trading method why the acquisition of LedgerX enabled FTX.US to make this proposal what license FTX.US feels like it no longer needs since it can settle derivative transactions on a blockchain whether FTX.US would expand to other derivatives and what that might do to an entity like CME what Chris is listening for in the CFTC's public discussion surrounding FTX.US's proposal whether FTX.US's proposal will be a partisan issue Thank you to our sponsors! Crypto.com: https://crypto.onelink.me/J9Lg/unconfirmedcardearnfeb2021 Coinchange: https://coinchange.io OnJuno: https://onjuno.com/ Galaxis: https://galaxis.xyz/ Episode Links Chris Perkins LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-perkins-092569a/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/perkinscr97 CoinFund: https://twitter.com/coinfund_io Coverage of the FTX.US Proposal Bloomberg: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-21/crypto-billionaire-rankles-wall-street-with-futures-trading-plan?sref=m9L277rN Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonbrett/2022/04/27/the-ftx-us-proposal-that-shook-congress-and-the-crypto-derivatives-world/ The Block: https://www.theblockcrypto.com/linked/143792/as-it-weighs-ftx-proposal-cftc-announces-a-roundtable-on-disintermediation https://www.theblockcrypto.com/post/137304/cftc-opens-up-ftx-uss-derivatives-trading-model-to-public-comment https://www.theblockcrypto.com/linked/140026/ftx-derivatives-proposal-takes-center-stage-at-congressional-hearing-with-cftc-chairman CoinDesk https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/03/10/ftxus-derivatives-unit-seeks-cftc-amendment-to-clear-margin-trades-directly-for-customers/ https://www.coindesk.com/video/recent-videos/ftx-us-to-meet-with-cftc-regarding-derivatives-trades/ Public comment: https://www.theblockcrypto.com/post/137304/cftc-opens-up-ftx-uss-derivatives-trading-model-to-public-comment May roundtable: https://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/PressReleases/8519-22 https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/04/19/ftx-plan-said-to-face-cftc-roundtable-next-month/ https://www.theblockcrypto.com/linked/143792/as-it-weighs-ftx-proposal-cftc-announces-a-roundtable-on-disintermediation CME opposition to proposal: https://www.marketsmedia.com/cme-to-oppose-ftx-clearing-proposal/ Unchained Coverage of FTX.US and LedgerX 2021: https://unchainedpodcast.com/why-the-ftx-us-ledgerx-deal-indicates-crypto-ma-might-start-booming/ 2019: https://unchainedpodcast.com/ledgerx-on-the-reasons-to-trade-bitcoin-options/
A Career Competitor across multiple fields already before he has even reached his 30th birthday, Aaron Golub joins us to explain how he made adversity happen for him as an athlete, as a financial professional, and today as an entrepreneur and keynote speaker. Interested in enhancing your career through coaching? Be sure to email Steve Mellor at Steve@careercompetitor.com to request your free 30 minute competitive consultation today! Considered legally blind, Aaron attended Tulane university and was the first legally blind man to compete in D1 NCAA Football. His humble mindset, honest perspective, and assertive approach is what allowed him to compete with other players on the team and across the NCAA. He took such traits into his career after graduation and he offers insight on what he has had to apply in order to compete and standout within his respective fields The balance of knowing when to work hard and when to work smart Leading others through examples and by pushing them to get better Dedicating time privately to be open and vulnerable with yourself You can learn more about Aaron's story and services at www.aarongolub.com and be sure to leave us a 5-star rating of this episode on Apple Podcasts.
ByteDance, the company behind TikTok, has launched Qishui Yinyue ("soda music"): A music streaming service that could rival Spotify! Do you ever imagine what Samir would do with a music streaming company if he bought them ala Elon Musk style? Alec does and asks him who he'd buy and what he'd change. Plus, we cover new releases from Hot Since 82, Flume, Camo & Krooked, D.O.D. And we welcome Echo Brown (DnB) and Saka (Leftfield bass) to our Artists We're Watching list. Tune in to hear all of this and so much more on episode 134 of Beyond the Beats.Get the full show notes with links to everything discussed on our website.BtB Twitter: @podBTB | BtB Instagram: @btb.pod | Alec's Twitter: alec_btb | Samir's Twitter: samir_btb.
Alex discusses Florida running back Dameon Pierce. He will be an instant producer as a third-down back in the NFL. What will that mean for his dynasty value? Alex breaks it all down. Compete against us on Underdog! Promo Code: YARDSPER Link: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-yards-per-fantasy Find Alex on Twitter @a_johnsonFF and at YardsPerFantasy.com (@YardsPer)! Download the Yards Per Fantasy App on IOS & Android today! Play DFS on Outlast now! Use promo code: YPF200 to receive a 100% deposit match up to $200! Link: https://wloutlastdfs.adsrv.eacdn.com/C.ashx?btag=a_6b_46c_&affid=4&siteid=6&adid=46&c= Superflex and DFS come together! Play now on OwnersBox: https://wlownersbox.adsrv.eacdn.com/C.ashx?btag=a_21b_32c_&affid=20&siteid=21&adid=32&c=
Ryan talks about what really matters in parenting.Hiya is the pediatrician-approved superpowered chewable vitamin created by two dads tired of children's vitamins that cause more problems than they solve. Daily Dad listeners receive 50% off your first order. To claim this deal go to hiyahealth.com/DAILYDAD or enter code DAILYDAD at checkout.Sign up for the Daily Dad email: DailyDad.com Follow Daily Dad: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Carl and Chanel have another game night! Join us as we play the classic Newlywed Game with a new format! We attempt to answer questions submitted to us from friends and fans. Do we actually know each other well? Will we mind meld? Can we really call ourselves "super friends?" Find out here! We answer everything from who is the cleanest to our what our biggest attractions are. Big thanks to special host, Hannah!
Marketing strategist, author and adjunct professor, Mark Schaefer argues that the CMO must be in charge of the entire customer experience, and how some brands - like Glossier and Everlane - are doing it right. In a world where isolation and loneliness are on the rise, community is more important than ever. Mark argues that consumers want to believe in the brands they support, that they to want to participate in and to belong to a brand. Belonging is such a human drive - and Mark believes that beyond purpose, companies will need to start using technology to connect to people in deeply personal ways. For more from Mark, check out his podcast, his books, and his blog at Businessesgrow.com.Scratch is a production of Rival, a marketing innovation consultancy that develops strategies and capabilities that help businesses grow faster. Today's episode was produced by Leanne Kilroy and hosted by Eric Fulwiler. Find Rival online at www.wearerival.com, LinkedIn, Twitter. Find Eric on LinkedIn and tweet him @efulwiler. Say hi at firstname.lastname@example.org, we'd love to hear from you. If you prefer to watch this episode, visit (and subscribe!) to Rival's YouTube channel.
On this episode of Ruff Talk VR our hosts Dscruffles and Stratus breakdown and review Nock! A new virtual reality (VR) sport game on the official Meta Quest store made by developers Normal, this game features aerial archery soccer matches, the ability to play 1v1, 2v2, or 3v3, realistic physics, fun AI, and adrenaline inducing gameplay, this is a real gem on the official store. Listen for our full review, breakdown, and final score!If you enjoy the podcast be sure to rate us 5 stars and subscribe! Maybe even become a podcast supporter and help us make the dream of full-time podcasting become a reality!Join our official subreddit at https://www.reddit.com/r/RuffTalkVR/Discord: https://discord.gg/9JTdCccucSGet 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code RUFFTALKVR at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpodThis podcast was sponsored by Kiwi Design- the premier company for Oculus Quest accessories. Visit our affiliate link below to shop for your VR accessories including knuckle straps, lens protectors, head straps, link cables, and more while also supporting the podcast!Affiliate Link: https://www.kiwidesign.com/?ref=RuffTalkVRNock Store Link: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/5157404804284116/Store Description:Nock is the first real multiplayer sport for VR. Compete in aerial archery soccer matches from anywhere in the world! It's a brand new game that requires coordination, agility, and strategy. Skate and zip around the pitch while using a bow and arrow to blast the ball into the other team's goal. With intuitive controls and realistic physics, Nock is easy to learn but difficult to master.Like a real sport, this game can take years to master. Block arrows let you create obstacles and you can even use your body to make a goal or save. A fast-moving ball can knock you out. Skill-based matchmaking keeps every game extremely close and competitive. Casual modes let you challenge yourself against bots or play with friends in custom matches.Nock includes voice chat with individual muting options so you can communicate with teammates easily.*We are paid a commission through affiliate links to help support the podcast on some links above Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/RuffTalkVR)
This May, 24 comics will compete over three days for the title of "Idaho's Best Comedian." Idaho Matters talks with the three comedians who put this event together and finds out everything you'll want to know about the upcoming competition.
The artist that Lunchbox has formed a beef with responds to his claims. Jillian Jaqueline + TJ Osbourne of Brothers Osborne come in to talk about their new duet and perform it. Amy and Lunchbox try to guess the original artist based on the famous cover. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Has the daily grind ever worn you out so much that you felt like you didn't have any strength left to serve God? Learn what to do next with Philip Ryken, today on Every Last Word. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/581/29
I swear I was going to spend this podcast talking about podcast pitching. Because that's going to be my main focus for visibility this year. I'll do live events for engagement and enrollment but reaching new audiences must be in place. I will share a bit more about who I'm pitching and how very soon. I wanted to address what visibilty actually is within the whole marketing funnel first. My focus has mostly been on the farther side of the funnel like sales and engagement but a membership requires a critical mass so I need more people to know I exist. And to remember me when the timing is right. I took a look at the three ways to stand-out most, best or first and came to the conclusion that the former two are way too hard to achieve. It's great if either comes naturally but a business killer to strive for. Link to amazing article by Rachael Kay Albers for calling out why the 'most' is almost impossible. https://rachaelkayalbers.com/7-figure-launch-secrets-scale-your-business Intead we can stand-out by being the first ... in some way. That way could be just a slight innovation or early adoption of a new way of communicating or even a unique type of program inside a busy market. It can also be a niche, a position or another differentiator. Doing it in a way that no one else is quite doing. If we want to gain traction at a faster rate, this is the easiest and most fun to pursue way. Bring on creativity and take a pass on world dominance and perfectionism.
Let's start the work week off right by getting competitively charged to lead people around towards their optimal self. As an aspiring leader, one of the greatest things you can do for both your career and the career of those around you is to facilitate optimal growth. As competitors we want to believe we are important enough to always be needed and available to make an impact, yet the greatest leaders provide skillset for others to thrive in their absence. This competitive call will provide you with the perspective of what it means to truly make an impact as a leader, and we look to the first tales of leadership ever told to do so.
Janelle Lee, VP of Talent Services at St. Joseph, MO-based Mosaic Life Care, discusses strategies to bolster nurse retention during the COVID crisis. In addition to financial incentives, Mosaic is allowing shift flexibility and increasing training and support for first-year nurses. This episode was originally published in January 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“Just because you knew me doesn't mean you know me” Jazmine DeWees Welcome Back to another episode of Eat w/ Her Don't Compete w/ Her Podcast Show & this is your host Jazz. In today's episode, we will be discussing how to and the importance of giving folks the opportunity to grow. We can form so many opinions from the unchecked facts of yester-years but the reality of most situations is that just because you knew a person doesn't mean you know them. How often does the drama of your youth taint the promise of your adult life? I see all too often how family and friends live off of the understanding of who someone was without giving that family member or friend the opportunity to grow, or even recognizing that they have grown. If you enjoyed this episode and would like to support us, there are several ways you can do so: Subscribe so that every single time I invite a guest on the show, make a special announcement, release a product or drop an episode, you will be notified. Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcast & Spotify. Share this episode with a friend or family member and on social media. If you would like to support in a monetary way so that we can keep growing this show, please feel free to use CashApp $EatDontCompete or you can purchase Merch: www.jazminedewees.com/dewees-shop Thank you for being a part of today's show and until next time don't, forget to go from competition to community... eat, don't compete. Site: https://jazminedewees.com/edc Shop: https://jazminedewees.com/dewees-shop Subscribe|Rate|Review on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/eat-with-her-dont-compete-with-her/id1434981187 Subscribe|Rate|Review on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0nODIT8mQ1r0vlkz1oKCmJ?si=dcab6fb218874f64 Services: https://jazminedewees.com/professional-services Social Media: https://instagram.com/edcpodcastshow https://instagram.com/jd_ispeak https://facebook.com/eatdontcompete --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edcpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edcpodcast/support
On this episode of Compete with the Stack we are joined by Coach Ty Gower. As a base 3-4 tite front guy, Coach Gower stumbled into the 3 high when preparing for a deep run in the playoffs. The tite front that he bases out of allows some alignment and fits with LB and secondary to give offenses trouble and great angles for the defense. From teaching the 4i, nose, or coverage system, Coach Gower explains how the 3 high has allowed him to be multiple and simple. This was a great time with great information. Cannot wait to have coach back on in the future. Please visit our sponsors:Coach Comm: www.coachcomm.comGuardian Caps: www.guardiancaps.comPlease like and share the podcast. Also if you need any information on our sponsors, please let me know.
Mike Tannenbaum talks about the upcoming NFL Draft, the Browns' acquisition of Deshaun Watson, the approach to a trade with Baker Mayfield, the top quarterbacks in this draft and where the Browns fit in the AFC.
On this episode of Compete with Stack, we are joined by Ringgold Ga Defensive Coordinator, Coach Houston White. This year Coach White's defense gave up 12 points per game on their way to a 10-2 record. Being in this defense for a few years now, Coach gives us a ton of information on how they install the defense with their kids. Learning the 3 high defense from some of the best in the country has given coach insight on how to structure his plan for success on Friday nights. We talk about advantages in the run fits, base coverages, and the install. The nugget might be how he develops his Friday night call sheet. This was one of the most informative podcast to date. I hope you enjoy. Please visit our sponsors:Coach Comm www.coachcom.comGuardian Caps: www.guardiancaps.comMake sure you mention the podcast when you speak to one of their reps.
Bucky Brooks talks about the Browns' needs entering the NFL Draft, the depth of the wide receiver class, what separates Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave, pass rushers to keep an eye on in the second round, the Browns' offense with Deshaun Watson and why he expects this to be a playoff team.
Bitcoin influencer and host of Natalie Brunell joins the show today to discuss all things Bitcoin. She shares her journey from award-winning journalist to Bitcoin enthusiast… what she's learned from interviewing brilliant guests… and a recap of the Bitcoin 2022 conference in Miami. She also explains the benefits of regulation… whether she likes any altcoins… and why a central banking coin is a terrible idea. In this episode: Why journalist Natalie Brunell turned to Bitcoin [1:40] What Natalie learned from Bitcoin bear Peter Schiff [7:50] Recapping the Bitcoin 2022 conference in Miami [10:35] The pros of regulation… And the cons of a central bank coin [15:25] Can any altcoins compete with Bitcoin? [19:15] Enjoyed this episode? Get Wall Street Unplugged delivered FREE to your inbox every Wednesday: https://www.curzioresearch.com/wall-street-unplugged/ Wall Street Unplugged podcast is available at: --: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wall-street-unplugged-frank/ -- : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/curzio-research/wall-street-unplugged-2 -- : https://www.curzioresearch.com/category/podcast/wall-street-unplugged/ : https://twitter.com/frankcurzio :. https://www.facebook.com/CurzioResearch/ : https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-curzio-690561a7/ : https://www.curzioresearch.com
We're answering the question, “Should YOU be a life coach?” this week. Why? Well, according to a recent study, almost half of employees in the US are looking for a new job or plan to soon. Which suggests that the curious pandemic-era phenomenon known as the “Great Resignation” is continuing into 2022. Specifically, 44% of employees now consider themselves “job seekers,” according to Willis Towers Watson's 2022 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey. Wow. That blew me away. How about you? As a part of all of this, I've had more and more people ask me whether they should and/or could become a life coach. So, I wanted to dig into that. Now, I'll be the first to say that every once and a while... I do a deep dive on a subject that might not be for everyone. BUT this one is for more people than you might expect. If you listen to DREAM THINK DO, I'm guessing you may have thought about it. If you're wanting to dream bigger, think better and do more of what you're put on the planet to do… then… there's a really good chance you'd like to see others do that too! So, if you've had that feeling… it's possible you'd make an amazing coach. AND… many should become coaches… BUT… not all. That's why I'm doing this episode. I'm going to take you behind the scenes of the coaching industry and I'm going to be straight up with you as I answer some common questions I get about who should become a life coach, business coach or success coach. I'll shoot straight with you about the industry and WHO would be a good fit... and have a chance to really make an IMPACT and... quite possibly... some serious INCOME from it. And.... who I'll also share who I think shouldn't try to become a life coach too. It's going to be a fun… eye-opening… truth filled conversation and I can't wait to get started. So, let's do this!!! FREE TRAINING: 3 Hours to $3K Masterclass http://www.mitchmatthews.com/masterclass MORE ABOUT THE EPISODE: Why are we talking about whether you should/could become a life coach… NOW? Well… like I said, in the introduction, LOTS of people are wanting a change. There are a LOT of things contributing to this… but if 44% of the workforce are now considering themselves “job seekers,” there's a very good chance that MANY of them are wanting to do something more meaningful. Something that's more true to their purpose And if YOU are wanting more purpose from your work… there's a chance that you'd love to help OTHER PEOPLE find more purpose and fulfillment too. So, one of the things that pops to some people's lists is life coaching. They might think about hiring their own life coach, but they might also be asking, "I wonder if I should become a life coach?" But let's be honest… right from the start! Some might wonder if it's a scam or a get-rich-quick scheme? NOTE: You can make a LOT of money as a coach but that's NOT the reason to get into it. There are a few BAD coaches out there… BUT what industry do you know that doesn't include a few bad apples who screw things up for everyone? That's why I like to set the record straight... and try to do our part to make things right! If you wonder whether being a life coach or a success coach is legitimate: You can now get your Masters and your Ph.D. in coaching... NOTE: Although I don't recommend that and I'll tell you why more in a bit. BUT just the fact that you can get advanced degrees in coaching proves it's needed and that a LOT of people are seeking help! FREE TRAINING: We have some new free training coming up... because I really do want to help people who feel called to become a life coach to keep moving forward with confidence. BUT I really do want to scare the wrong people away from becoming a coach... So let's get started! I often get asked, “SHOULD I BECOME A LIFE COACH?” Good question: Is becoming a life coach ideal for you? More specifically, here are some of the most common questions I get around the idea of becoming a life coach: What does a life coach actually do? Should I get certified as a life coach and/or do certifications matter? Are there too many life coaches and/or is the coaching market saturated? What are some of the things that keeps people from becoming successful life coaches? Question 1: What does a Life Coach actually do? The question seems to be, "What do SUCCESSFUL life coaches actually do?" Because we've all seen those people who seem to be all talk in regards to being a coach, but you're just not sure what they actually do. When someone is curious about this and they're asking about what a success coach actually does… I ask THEM a question that usually shocks them: "Are you willing to shut up?" Yup. That sets people back a bit… but it's important to ask… especially if someone is wanting to be an EFFECTIVE and SUCCESSFUL Life Coach. Here's why: As a coach… it's good to have systems and processes in place. BUT as a foundation, I believe in a "question-based approach." What I mean is... I'm going to bring a VAST MAJORITY of my value to my clients by ASKING QUESTIONS... as opposed to TELLING them what to do. The main reason for this approach is something I call: "The Intellectual Immune System ™" This is based on the idea that we tend to reject things / ideas that come from outside us and we tend to embrace things that come from within. Think of a time when you got advice… and you eventually rejected it… because it came from outside you. Maybe it was advice from a parent, a manager, a friend, a mother-in-law or a complete stranger. You knew it was good advice… but you just couldn't move forward… because it just wasn't YOU! Been there? I sure have! For me… as a Coach… I work with talented... successful people... and most of the time... they know 90% of what they need to do... they just need a safe place to acknowledge that. Plus, they need a safe place to talk through the ideas... vet those ideas... and vent... and bitch and moan a bit! We're human. It's needed! And for the other 10%... I always say, "We'll figure it out together." As a life coach, my job is to ask questions and create an environment where we can get to their genius. Now... a key here is: You need/have to: "Hold people as capable." Some people get into coaching because they can't wait to tell everyone THEIR answers. BUT... we all know how THAT goes over. That's why they're not often very successful. People will feel it… if you believe in them… if you believe they can do it... and they often RISE to that. SIDE NOTE: This applies to LEADERSHIP and PARENTING too!!! So... are you willing to ask some questions and then shut up? If so... there's a very good chance you could be an awesome coach! QUESTION 2: Should I get certified as a life coach and/or do certifications matter? The big question behind the question here is: “What is a life coaching certification for and what is it NOT for? IDEALLY: A well-designed life coaching certification is something that's going to make you more confident and more effective as a coach. Helping you… so you can help your clients achieve CLARITY… and help them get to their GOALS more quickly. IT IS NOT: A marketing tool or strategy. Meaning… don't get a life coaching certification to sell your coaching. Nope. Here's the straight scoop. I'm not “anti-coaching certification.” Heck... I actually created a coaching certification called “The Coach Mindset” and it's helped thousands of coaches around the world. So, I believe in getting you the training and the tools you need to be a confident and a competent coach! BUT... I'll be the first one to say that the only people who seem to ask whether I'm certified are other coaches. I've never been asked by a potential coaching client whether I'm certified or not. Why? Because they just want to know whether I can help them or not. They don't care about a piece of paper on the wall. They want to know can I help them break through the junk... and achieve what they want to do? So... if you want to grow in your confidence as a coach... find a program that's a great fit for you! But don't invest in a coaching training program because you think THAT accomplishment will wow potential clients. It won't. Much like adding letters behind your name JUST to impress people doesn't tend to work either. (Sorry… not sorry!) It's the WORK that makes a difference. It's whether you can help someone get the job done that moves the needle! So, invest in a training program that helps you DO THE WORK! Don't invest in a program because you think it's fancy title or HUGE investment will impress people. Make sense? I'm hoping so. One more side note on this before we move on. If you're looking for a training program, I'd also really recommend that you find a life coach certification that includes BUSINESS training... as well as coaching training. Because… to be honest... most people who are attracted to the idea of coaching find that the coaching strategies come more easily to them. They'll be quick to say they need MORE help on the business-building side... than they do on the coaching side. But MOST coaching programs don't include business training... so be really careful there!!! In fact, that's something Brendon Burchard asked me about when he interviewed me about my work with Life Coaches and Success Coaches. QUESTION 3: Is the Life Coaching market saturated? I'll sometimes get the question: Are there too many life coaches out there? Let me first run some stats by you: There are 328+ million people in the US There are 445+ million people in the European Union There are 1.4+ billion people in India There are roughly 8 billion people in the world 8 BILLION people. That's so big… it's hard to get your head around. That's a LOT of people. Now, I'll be the first to say that not all of those people need coaching and/or not all of those people can afford coaching. EVERYONE would benefit from working with a good life coach, but let's be real. Let's not say 50%... or 25%... let's just do the math on 2% of those people. Let's say that 2% of people want a coach. That's still around 160 million people. (Think about that number. If you took all the people that live in Los Angeles, New York City and London… that would just be 21 million people! So 160 million people is a LOT of people!) And… at the same time… depending on your coaching rates... most coaches can have a REALLY profitable coaching practice with 10 clients at a time. You can make $100K a year with 10 clients (or less) a month! And A LOT of coaches coach on the side. I know successful people that kept getting those "Can I pick your brain" requests. So they decided to get trained up as coaches and they sell their services now and make extra $3K to $10K a month from that. Heck, one of the members of our coach's mastermind made an extra $50K in one month… coaching on the side of his job as a health care administrator. How cool is that? So there's a LOT of ways to do this. Here's my best insight on the question of whether there are too many coaches in the world. Ready? As you become a Life Coach, your true competition won't be other coaches. Nope. Not at all. The biggest competition is the: “COUCH!” That's right! As a Life Coach... the BIGGEST competition isn't other coaches... the biggest competition is the "couch." It's distraction. It's "going grey." It's all the things that cause people to tune out, to go numb, to settle. That's the biggest competitor. So, you will need to find ways to inspire and equip people to break free and to want more. THEN... you can help them to clarify what they actually want and help them to achieve it. Want another BIG shocker from behind the curtain? The vast majority of the people who hire me as their coach haven't been "coach shopping." They haven't been googling coaches and then decide on me because of a certification I completed. Nope, they've either been consuming my content for a while and say to themselves, "When I finally invest in a coach... Mitch is my guy." Or they're referred to me by people who consumes my content or by past clients. So if you commit to helping people... the right clients will find you! You can find ways to put out content that's true to you… content that helps people in big or small ways… and clients will find you! And yes… I have a long-standing podcast… but my first paying client came from one of my first blog posts I ever wrote! A friend forwarded it to him and said READ this. And that person reached out immediately to get some help! This is what gets me fired up and moving forward. Because I don't want people to live lives that are less than they were supposed to live or experience. I want people to find their jam… and rock that thing! That drives me. I don't compete with other coaches. I compete with how I performed yesterday. So, some questions I often ask myself are: Am I finding new ways to serve? Am I finding innovative ways to help? Am I growing... if YES? Then game on... let's go! If I get caught up in looking at other coaches... or what the world would call "my competition" then I'm toast. I'm not going to be good to anyone! Who's with me on THAT? COMPETE with the YOU from yesterday... and that will keep you growing! QUESTION 4: What are some of the things that keeps people from becoming successful life coaches? This is a big question because people want to be successful. So, it makes sense that they're curious about what might get in the way of success! It won't surprise you but part of the answer goes back to the things we've already talked about: Thinking they have to have all the answers!!! Getting TOO much training and getting caught up in that rat race! Disqualify themselves because they caught up in looking around instead of looking forward. But when I talk about one of the BIGGEST "ditches" that potential coaches often fall into… it surprises people. That is: they're not willing to get paid! Now... you might think I'm crazy but hang with me here! Many of the people I talk to that are interested in becoming a life coach are natural encouragers. They're the safe place that people come to to hash out ideas, vent or dream big! Heck... if you're one of these people… and there's a good chance you are… maybe you've even had someone say, "Wow. Why am I telling you this? I don't tell anyone this." Maybe people have joked you're like a “bartender” because they just tell you stuff! Or… you have people seek you out because they want to ask you questions, or share ideas or celebrate a big win. Co-workers… friends… family members. They seek you out! And if that's you… maybe encouraging people comes easy to you. AND… If it comes naturally to you... you tend to dismiss it's value. Seriously… if you've always done it... it's easy to think EVERYONE does it. So... you devalue it. SO... some people wind up having trouble with the thought of being paid thousands of dollars for doing something they've always done! NOW... I would argue that with training... you add to your natural gifting and take it to the next level... BUT still... people often wrestle with getting paid really well for something they'd do for free! BUT... I'd argue the FEE is necessary! Sure... it puts food on your table and a roof... (hopefully a very nice roof) over your head. BUT the fee also helps to bring a level of commitment for the client. They have skin in the game. They're committed. It's funny… but the person I mentioned that generated $50K in one month was in this category. When we first started working together… the most he'd made was about $500. But we started to work together to tweak his mindset and some of his systems and almost instantly… he had his first $5K Client. Not only was he blown away by getting paid more of what he was worth… BUT he also found that his clients were soooo much more committed to the process! Now... I charge thousands for my packages and I tell them... it's as much for them as it is for me! Because if they're willing to invest in themselves… that means they're all in and it's go time! So... ask yourself, "Are you willing to get paid well for something you love to do?" QUESTION 5: What do I need to have in place to be a life coach? We'll keep this one short. As a new life coach as well as successful life coach with a sustained practice, you just need a few things: Good training (Focuses on Coaching AND Business!) A good community A personal willingness to experiment (and learn as you go)! Belief you can do it. Join me for a Masterclass for new and experienced coaches: www.mitchmatthews.com/masterclass REVIEW: The questions: What does a life coach actually do? Should I get certified as a life coach and/or do certifications matter? Are there too many life coaches and/or is the coaching market saturated? What are some of the things that keeps people from becoming successful life coaches? What do I need to have in place to be a life coach? Episode Minute by Minute: I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! How about YOU!? What questions do YOU still have? And… what stood out to you from this conversation? What resonated? What's a small but significant step you want to take? Comment and let me know! JOIN US: Check out the LIVE event: www.mitchmatthews.com/masterclass Share this... with someone who YOU think could or should be a coach OR if you're thinking about it... join us or reach out! I'd love to help you make the decision.
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In this edition of Change My Mind, Steven Crowder heads to the University of North Texas (aka the Harvard of Denton County) to see what students think about biological males competing in women's sports. In the next installment of this contentious issue, Crowder sits down with someone who identifies as a "white male" and someone who identifies as a "f***ing idiot." Find out who attempted the best arguments. #LiaThomas #RachelLevine #NCAA Come See Standup! - http://www.louderwithcrowder.com/tour NEW MERCH! https://crowdershop.com/ GET TODAY'S SHOW NOTES with SOURCES: https://www.louderwithcrowder.com/ Join MugClub to watch this show every day! http://louderwithcrowder.com/mugclub Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices