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Steven Rinella talks with Levi Morgan, Nick Pinizzotto, Maggie Hudlow, Chester Floyd, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: Competing against your future wife as a kid; white-tailed deer; Chester performing at all of the MeatEater Live Shows; Phil the Engineer's live show; The MeatEater Podcast saving lives again; Test My Meat with the Warner Bratzler Shear Force Tender Tester; just how tender a yearling backstrap really is; check out all of our great whitetail content on The MeatEater website; play in the Caliber Battle brackets on themeateater.com; watch Wildtail: America's Wildest Conservation Story, produced by the National Deer Association in partnership with state fish and game agencies; how an archery tournament works; when you're the walking rangefinder; staying in the 10 and aiming in the 12; stable platforms; how target panic still rears its head; one pin on a mover; how some competitive archers can't hit a deer to save their lives; a big mistake is to aim where you want to hit; ducking to run; picking a hair on the deer; so many failure stories; representing your country at the world cup; and more. Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater MerchSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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When we are active, not only do we lead healthier lives, but our energy level increases, mood improves, and we are able to grow our self-esteem and confidence. Although, getting the motivation to exercise can be difficult. Work. Busy schedule. Competing priorities. Fear and Embarrassment. Exhaustion. The list goes on…. It's not always easy, but now more than ever, is it critical to invest in your health. Furthermore, when we feel good about ourselves, how we interact with others is positively impacted. In this episode of Untherapeutic, I am joined by Willie Cruz, Director of Performance for the Houston Rockets. With years of experience training professional athletes and peak performers, Willie knows what it takes to break through barriers and establish a healthy routine. Willie also offers a number of practical tips to accurately assess your progress, and overcome the comparison trap that keep many of us from finishing our race. Don't forget to subscribe to the Untherapeutic podcast on your favorite streaming platform, and follow on Instagram @nichardy_. You can also find Willie on Instagram @williecruz20We all know the benefits of exercise and maintaining an active lifestyle. However, getting the motivation to workout, and overcoming mental limitations can pose a challenge
Would you cough up blood for your team? Would you die on the competition floor for them so you never let them down. Do you have the courage to train just as hard as you compete when you're doing it for others, not just yourself? That's the difference between individual and team competition at CrossFit Games. Fran Racioppi and Jessie Graff sit down with CrossFit Francos Misfits to prove that love, teamwork, and unwavering dedication can create an unstoppable team. Shaylin Laure, Alexis Johnson, Brandon Luckett, and Logan Collins share their remarkable journeys from individual competitors to an unstoppable team, revealing their formula for training and communication. They also discuss the art of selflessness, knowing when to step back for the greater good of the team and when it's their own turn to step up and take more of the load. Don't miss it live from the US Army Fitness Truck at NOBULL CrossFit Games 2023. Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website. Subscribe to us and follow @jedburghpodcast on all social media. Watch the full video version on YouTube. Highlights:0:00 Welcome to CrossFit Games 2023 2:04 How Alexis built the team4:32 Why Brandon chose the team over individual competition6:11 The difference between competing on a team vs as an individual7:18 Training to cough up blood for each other11:50 Competing as an integrated team 13:55 Who's the best at….?15:08 The best parts of CrossFit Games17:12 The test questions!Quotes: “I wanted a team…that was willing to lay it all out there.” (3:51) “Alexis has pulled me out of retirement twice now.” (6:04) “You don't get to just think about yourself. If I need to take more of the load for the team…you have to step up.” (6:15) “The first couple of times we met, the worm as a team just beat me into the dirt.” (8:09) “I'm willing to cough up blood on the competition floor for the other three.” (10:32) “We actually each want to take more load. We desire to do more.” (10:57) “We all have a different role. If everyone had the same role it wouldn't work.” (13:26) “I don't think the beauty's in the finish line. The beauty's kind of in the journey.” (15:17) This episode is brought to you by US Army, Wodify, Hero Coffee, GORUCK & Compass Workforce Solutions.
We're consulting in a new era… a world driven by a digital economy that is reliant on various messaging models to successfully navigate the space. In this episode we are unveiling a new audio guide that shares more depth and insight into the intricate world of digital messaging models. From influencers to e-commerce to experts and service providers, we dissect the nuances of various models, and reveal how you can make a greater impact and leave your indelible mark on the consulting industry.******If you want to learn more about The Amplified Messaging Workshop, visit https://excelatconsulting.com/workshop/ for more information.Let's Connect!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drangelinadavis/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drangelinadavis/
In this episode, farmer Jordan MacPhee talks about how going to market may mean competing on convenience. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Tomas Lemoine is easily one of the most talented and creative riders out there. Competing in Slopestyle, Speed and Style, and Pumptrack at the Crankworx World Tour. Lemoine almost broke the internet with his huge "stunt" in Whistler jumping right over an on-off wooden feature. Lemoine is looking to move away from full-time competition and focus on bigger bikes and creating video parts. Lil Moine is his "Rap" name. Check that out on Spotify - Click Here Podcast Youtube - Subscribe and check it out Episode Sponsors: 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 drinkAG1.com/movingtheneedle
Today, on the show, we are joined by Meredith Olsen from the VELA Education Fund. VELA Education Fund supports everyday entrepreneurs who are boldly reimagining education. The fund serves the largest community of out-of-system education entrepreneurs in the country.Meredith shares about how VELA was started, what they do, and the impact they are having on education. VELA is an incredible organization that is impacting the lives of thousands of students and their families.Tune in today to learn more about this incredible program!Episode Highlights:What is the VELA Education Fund?Grant funding by design.Education is relationship-based.Competing forces.Types of parents.What hope is to Meredith.More on VELA: VELA Education Fund WebsiteMore on Love Your School/Links Mentioned in Episode:Visit Our Show Notes Page HERE!Kim@loveyourschoolwv.orgLeah@loveyourschoolwv.org www.loveyourschool.orgVisit our Facebook HERE!This show has been produced by Adkins Media Co.
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This week I'm chatting with Aliza and hubby Stuart about all things life before and after kids. Aliza was based in Sydney when she met Stuart, who was living in South Africa. Their journey to raising a family is so beautiful and unique and we delve into:
I had a recent post on Instagram along with reflecting on what I truly want going forward in my life and I've come to a difficult but necessary revelation. If you've followed me or my story you know bodybuilding and competing have been a big part of my life for a long time. While I won't stop bodybuilding, I believe it's time to set away from the stage to focus on other things in my life. It takes an incredible amount of dedication and I believe it's time to shift my focus elsewhere. Listen in as you may hear part of your story in mine and glean some lessons from it! Time Stamps: (0:44) One of My Recent Posts (1:40) What Got Me Into Bodybuilding (4:25) Explaining the Different Divisions (10:58) Finding My Autoimmune Disease (17:18) Pulling Back After 10 Years (20:23) Shifting My Main Focus (29:46) DEXA Scan and Bone Health (34:38) Needing Further Testing (41:18) More Time For Other Things in My Life (41:58) Writing My Book (44:13) Enhancing My Faith (49:13) Find Me on Instagram, Youtube, and My Email (49:03) Links to Check Out -------------------- Check Out My New Book Finding Purpose in the Pause -------------------- Eros Body Composition scale: Use Code: Covino for a 20% off discount http://www.inevifit.com?aff=325 -------------------- Thorne Supplements: https://www.thorne.com/u/Covino -------------------- Check Out My YouTube Channel
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Hey there, lovely! Let's have a heart-to-heart about why diets with tons of restrictions can often lead to frustration and, well, let's face it, throwing in the towel. First off, diets tend to make us feel deprived. When we're told we can't have something, it's like a challenge to our willpower, right? But guess what? Willpower is like a finite resource, and when it's constantly tested, it can wear thin. Secondly, diets often focus on short-term fixes, promising quick results. But life, especially for us fabulous women in our 40s, is about the long game. We need sustainable, lifelong changes that make us feel amazing every day, not just for a few weeks. And oh, the guilt that comes with breaking diet rules! It's like a never-ending cycle of feeling bad about enjoying food. We should be savoring the good stuff without all that shame. So, instead of diets, let's shift our mindset. It's about nourishing our bodies with healthy, delicious alternatives that make us feel fantastic from the inside out. It's about balance, not deprivation. It's about embracing the journey to a healthier you, not rushing to a finish line. Whether your goal is to step onto a fitness competition stage or shop in your own closet, we hope you enjoy the tips, tricks and hacks to satisfy your cravings, enjoy the foods you love while NOT expanding your waistline! Coach Crystal xo P.S Interested in learning more about competing? Email me and complete the application below! Submit your question - > email@example.com Join our Fit Beyond 40 For Women Community - > https://bit.ly/3cKB3Vj Click here to learn more about the R3 Team: https://www.r3volvelife.com/competing-beyond-40
What is the key to competing in what has become known as the “New Era of Work?” We need to stay attuned not just to the present, but to the future of work as well. Our guest this week is Sophie Wade. She's a work futurist, international keynote speaker, author, instructor, and Workforce Innovation SpecialistRead More The post The Key to Competing in the New Era of Work – with Sophie Wade appeared first on Business Advancement.
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Welcome back guys! Just me on the mic today addressing the question I get all the time about what the rules are on competing in multiple organizations. Can you? What happens if you do? Tune in to find out. Want to chat about the episodes and be a part of our weekly podcast group gatherings? Search for the group called “The ‘Everything Else' in Bodybuilding Podcast Insiders!” And come join the conversation. Additional Resources: -Getting ready for a OCB, NPC, or Fitness Universe show and want to learn how to pose? Register for the next virtual posing clinic at http://www.learntopose.com -Want to feel fully prepared on stage at your competition? 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Learn more at: www.posingwinsshows.com Key Takeaways: *My background on this subject (3:40) *Why people want to switch between organizations (6:30) *An overview of the rules on switching organizations (11:10) *Why some of my virtual posing clinics are official and some aren't (13:15) *Why where you hold your Pro card status matters if you want to switch organizations (14:55) *Virtual posing clinics at learntopose.com (17:33) --TRANSCRIPT-- Welcome back to the show guys! I hope you have been enjoying listening to the men's perspective on bodybuilding and fitness with the addition of my new weekly discussion episodes with my husband Vassilios hosting with me. He and I will be back again later this week with another episode. We also record these live every week in the Everything Else in bodybuilding podcast insiders Facebook group in case you want to watch these episodes and participate in the discussion in real time. But today it's just me here sharing some of my thoughts on a topic that I think is very important for those who wish to compete in more than one federation. Over the years the bodybuilding industry has changed a lot and more and more federations have popped up giving people new opportunities to compete in their local area. There are also the federations that have grown into empires with a large pool of participants and a large number of shows around the country and world. With this many organizations and opportunities to compete, I've had many people ask me what are the rules on changing federations? I've mentioned it before that many coaches will align with a particular federation and only coach athletes for shows within that federation. Some coaches will only coach athletes for drug tested federations because of their strong belief in natural bodybuilding. Some coaches will only coach for NPC because they believe that their federation is the only one of value in the bodybuilding industry. And some don't care where you compete and will coach you anywhere you wish to go. This is relevant for posing coaches too. Many stay in their lane and coach for the division they competed in themselves. Some will only coach for the federation they competed with. There is nothing wrong with specializing in one area. For example, when I was searching for an orthopedic for an injury, I had to weed through the orthopedics on the office roster to find a doctor that worked on the area of the body I needed help with. Just like in bodybuilding there are specialists within specialists. This is very common. I consider what I personally do uncommon because because my speciality is posing for ALL bodybuilding federations and all men and women divisions. I work with hundreds of athletes a year and this year alone I've taught posing for athletes in over 10 federations. My current roster includes men and women bodybuilders, classic physique competitors, wellness competitors, figure competitors, bikini competitors, men's physique competitors, women's physique competitors, fit body competitors, glamour, and the list goes on. In any given day I will switch between all the divisions by the hour. And my virtual group classes will include anywhere between 3-5 divisions in one hour. Yes, in one of my classes, I will manage, teach, and provide value to men and women in 5 divisions at ONCE. Wonder how I provide value to so many? Well you have to come and see. Right now in one of my classes that has 5 divisions, most of these students have been in the classes for 9 months. Those who leave tend to come back. And many tell their friends and teammates about the classes. So my speciality is very specific in that it's posing for all of bodybuilding, but it is much broader than what you are going to find anywhere else. The reason I say all of this, is because my experience means I know all the different nuances among the federations. And today I'm going to share my thoughts on some dos and don'ts and spoken and unspoken rules when switching between federations. Let me first say that there are two very different paths you can take in bodybuilding. One path is drug tested federations like the OCB, WNBF, INBA/PNBA, Musclemania, Fitness Universe, USBF, and so on. And the other path is the non drug tested federations like the NPC/IFBB and the WBFF. Some people are surprised to hear that WBFF is not drug tested. It is in fact not. By the way just because you compete in a drug tested federation doesn't mean everyone is honest. There have been many people caught using banned substances in drug tested federations. The INBA/PNBA even has a “wall of shame” where they will put your picture on their website to make sure everyone knows you are banned from their federation for lying about drug use. And just because you compete in non drug tested federations doesn't mean you are on drugs. I've competed and won shows in the NPC and competed on the WBFF pro World stage too. I am 100% natural. You can absolutely compete in these federations if you are drug free. I think the biggest issue today with people coming into the sport is that these non drug tested federations have a different interpretation of acceptable amount of muscle. So it's not that you can't compete there, it's a question on whether you will be COMPETITIVE when you compete there. This is one reason people switch between federations. If you look at the amount of muscle on the figure, women's physique, classic, wellness, and open bodybuilding competitors in the IFBB, which is where you compete when you get your pro card in the NPC, and compare it to the amount of muscle in a federation like the OCB for example, you will see there is a dramatic difference in overall size and hardness of the muscles. I think it's safe to say that if you are a pro in any of these divisions in the IFBB you are on a completely different path than the OCB. In my opinion, you cannot build the amount of size these people carry without drugs. Unless you are that 1% of the population like 5x Figure Olympian champion Cydney Dillon who claims to be a natural athlete. Which leads me to the bikini and men's physique categories. These categories were introduced to bodybuilding as more entry level divisions for those who are new to the sport and don't have the years of training and muscle building behind them to be competitive in the other categories. Originally the descriptions of these categories even said “beach body.” Adding these categories was the boost bodybuilding promoters needed because it dramatically increased the amount of people capable of competing in shows. Which increased registrants and audience attendance. This goes for all bodybuilding federations. The beauty of these divisions has made it possible for people from all walks of life, all ages, to have an incredible physical transformation and compete in a show as a way to showcase it. In fact, the largest growing age group reaching out to me for posing assistance are men and women over 50. It's a beautiful thing to hear their stories and how many of them always wanted to compete but things never aligned in life to do so until now. So where do they go? Where do they compete? NPC non drug tested? Drug tested? A lot of them compete in BOTH. Because from a physique and acceptable level of muscle standpoint, as an amateur, and let me be clear that this is an an amateur, there are much more people capable of being competitive in either drug tested or not drug tested federations on the local and national level. Once you get to the pro level with the non drug tested federations, it's a different conversation because the level of muscle and leanness is on another level. But locally as an amateur, you can absolutely do well in either federation if you are a bikini or men's physique competitor. Many new to competing look to see what shows are offered in their local area. With NPC being a very large federation they have thousands of shows around the country. Not every drug tested federation has competitions in every state like the NPC does. In fact many drug tested federations have a presence in a specific region of the country. So if you are in a state that doesn't have shows offered, especially if you are new, you are not likely to want to pay for airfare, car rental, and additional hotel time just because you want to do your first show. So most people compete locally at first. Which brings me to the rules on switching federations. Many new people to bodybuilding compete and win their pro status very quickly in the non drug tested federations but for various reasons want to compete with other organizations besides the one they are a pro in. These reasons range from: wanting more stage time, not feeling like they are ready to compete with the pros yet, and many competitors who get a master's pro card (which is a pro card for those in a category over a certain age), are disappointed to see the number of shows offered to master's only pro competitors is very limited, and they want to compete more. Can you do this? Overall as an amateur you can do whatever you want. And I encourage you to get on stage more than once for more experience. Plus you worked really hard to get on stage for your show, why would't you want to do more than one after all that work? The day goes by so fast. However, once you get a pro card, the rules as a professional in each organization are different. And you have to read the fine print. Or feel free reach out and ask me or ask in our podcast insiders group. In general, if you get a pro card in the NPC and become an IFBB pro, you are discouraged from competing elsewhere. You sign contracts when competing too. IFBB is very restrictive. In fact, I have judged for 4 federations in the bodybuilding industry. A couple years ago I reached out to the NPC district chairman in my region and offered to judge the local NPC shows in my area. I was asked to provide a resume so I did. I described my experience as both a head judge and a panel judge for multiple organizations, a champion competitor in the NPC, my decades of experience, and so on. The response I received was black or white. I was told that if I wanted to judge for the NPC then I can no longer judge for any other federation. This was just judging you guys. You don't make a living judging. In fact you get paid pretty much just gas money when you judge a show. You are a judge because you love the sport and want to give back to it. Which was my intent. Needless to say, I decided not to judge for the NPC and to instead give back to NPC competitors by continuing to help with their posing and choreography with the business that I own and operate full time and make my living with. I am proud of being versatile in the bodybuilding industry and love that in the past year alone I judged the Fitness America and Musclemania weekend in Hollywood last November, head judged for the WNBF pro am show in NY, and judged multiple pro am shows for the OCB too. Not one of these three federations ever asked me to not judge anywhere else. In fact, I have the honor of doing the official OCB virtual posing clinics every month. Marjorie and Sully both thank me for doing them and tell me how much they appreciate what I am doing for their athletes. They tell me they appreciate me. They feel that what I do is a service to their athletes. And they know I teach and judge for other federations. In addition, I'm about to launch official virtual posing clinics for the Fitness Universe and Musclemania organization too, beginning October 1st. Fitness Universe is nothing like the OCB organization. Competing in OCB and Fitness Universe is nothing like the other. They are completely different so they aren't competitors if you ask me. Regardless, each owner knows I teach across all federations for my full time job and they both believe that what I provide their athletes is a great service to them. I do also have NPC virtual posing clinics going on monthly right now, but they are not official, and, as you probably guessed, this is because I teach for other organizations. They provide the athletes in the NPC the exact same in value and education custom to the federation. In fact, one of my previous NPC clinic attendees said she learned more in 15 minutes at my virtual posing clinic than she did at an in person event run by the organization. So if you are thinking of competing in any of these organizations I highly recommend you start with one of my virtual posing clinics. I have them all listed on my website learntopose.com if you scroll down to the services section. So again, what you can and cannot do once you are a pro or working professionally within an organization depends on the organization. Many competitors fear they will lose their pro card if they compete elsewhere. If you are an IFBB pro, you will be discouraged from competing elsewhere. As an amateur, no one is going to prevent you from competing at a NPC show if you ran across the street and did an OCB show. Again, it depends on amateur versus pro status. Now let's talk pro status in the natural federations. The OCB had a rule that if you were an OCB pro and you competed in a non drug tested federation you would no longer be eligible to compete as an OCB pro. A large number of athletes reached out the OCB and voiced their concerns that they wanted to compete locally so they didn't need to fly to compete and there were NPC shows in their area. Last year the OCB heard the athletes and removed their rule. So going forward as an OCB pro athlete you can compete where you want and not risk losing your pro status. A large number of other drug tested federations have actually signed a pact amongst each other that allows you to compete as a pro in their federation no matter where you received your pro status. A pro is a pro to them. So you are not discouraged at all to compete in other federations. They don't care. Other federations will discourage you from competing elsewhere but don't make a big stink out of it and disallow you from coming back. They prefer that you not win a show and take money and to leave, but that's not a requirement. The three main pro federations that draw a line in the sand once you become a pro are the IFBB, WBFF, and Muclemania/Fitness Universe. You do risk your pro status when you leave and compete elsewhere. You will have to re-qualify for it. But again this is the pro level where you are now competing on stages and, with the exception of Fitness Universe and Musclemania, you are earning money within that organization. Once you start earning money things change. Up until that point as an amateur you can pretty much do whatever you want. Some coaches will say you can't cross over but that's really just their opinion and people being drama. Alright guys I hope you found this episode helpful. Let me know by commenting, liking, and subscribing to the podcast! Head on over to the everything else in bodybuilding podcast insiders group on Facebook and join the conversation too. And if you are getting ready for a show and want to learn how to pose and be competitive on stage in your category, I have official virtual posing clinics for the OCB every month, next one October 7th. and, beginning September 30th, I'm starting back up my NPC virtual posing clinics too, and finally one more big announcement, on October 1st I will be hosting my first official Fitness Universe virtual posing clinic. Fitness Universe is great for those interested in trying a federation with production like a tv show and divisions that include male and female model. A list of all clinics can be found on my website learntopose.com in the services section. Alright I'll be back later this week with my husband for our weekly discussion. See you later!
On this episode of the Football Fridays in Georgia Podcast: Jon and Hannah catch up with Lanier County head coach Kurt Williams, who made history over the weekend with his Bulldogs. Then: Lowndes head coach Adam Carter talks returning to his old stomping grounds and prepping for the upcoming game with Grayson.
Email me with ideas and questions firstname.lastname@example.org.This episode is from a follower on instagram who asked me about my transition from an athlete to a coach and if I'm happy about giving up on competing.
In this episode, Ritu Bhargava, Chief Product Officer, CX/CRM @ SAP, joins us to discuss collaboration, relationship building, and navigating conflicts in large-scale organizations with competing priorities. We cover Ritu's philosophy regarding building bridges between people, how to gain buy-in toward your priorities, unlocking support from fellow exec leaders, and how to address conflicts & competing interests across a massive org. Ritu also shares her strategies for minimizing ego & generating curiosity as an eng leader, her most valuable prioritization tool & how it works for SAP, and identifying / managing conflicts before they become an issue.ABOUT RITU BHARGAVARitu Bhargava (@ritubhargava) is the Chief Product Officer of SAP Customer Experience (CX). In her role, she heads product, engineering, user experience, strategy, and operations for the entire CX portfolio and recently has been appointed to the Qualtrics Board of Directors.Before joining SAP at the end of 2021, Ritu held various technology leadership positions and most recently came from Salesforce as the Senior Vice President of Engineering for Sales Cloud, Salesforce's flagship product suite. Having started her career as an SAP developer, Ritu went on to work at Oracle for ten years and was responsible for financial applications in various roles. With extensive experience in enterprise applications and the CX space, Ritu brings a strong market focus, both from a business and engineering perspective. Ritu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and Psychology from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University, and an M.B.A. in Finance and IT from the University of Lincolnshire, U.K. She recently joined the Qualtrics Board of Directors and co-chairs the West Coast Advisory Board for Asian University for Women. AUW is a Bangladesh-based nonprofit dedicated to women's education and leadership development. She also enjoys supporting cricketing initiatives in America, having played on the U.S.A. Women's Cricket team."If we were to rely purely on just having to re-org for every business requirement that we need to deliver to or a customer need that we need to execute to, we would endlessly be re-orging and it's just not possible, which means that we have to and we must operate in matrix words, which also then further means that we have to be okay with working with each other in a way that is not just, 'Hey, if I don't report to you or you're not on my team is only when I will make you successful.'- Ritu Bhargava Check out Jellyfish's Scenario Planner to help you accelerate your development!With Jellyfish's Scenario Planner, you can analyze tradeoffs, and optimize resources - to ensure your highest priority initiatives meet your delivery goals and deadlines!To learn more about how Scenario Planner can help you better accelerate, predict & plan your software delivery
Thought leadership and content marketing are often lumped into the same category. But they're not the same thing. You might say that thought leadership is a type of content marketing, but it's a very particular type, and producing it at a high level requires a particular set of skills, like Liam Neeson in the movie Taken. To help us unpack the concept of thought leadership and what it takes to produce really good thought leadership content, my guest is Bob Buday. Bob is founder and ceo at Buday Thought Leadership Partners and author of the book Competing on Thought Leadership: How great b2b companies turn expertise into revenue ... and co-host of the podcast Everything Thought Leadership.
In today's Startup Therapy Podcast, Wil and Ryan discuss who founders are really competing against. Founders are often never satisfied because they constantly set new, self-imposed benchmarks and goals. They compete against a changing definition of success, driven by their ego and perceptions of their peers. As they reach one milestone, they quickly construct new challenges, making it challenging to ever achieve lasting contentment in their entrepreneurial journey. Finding a balance between ambition and recognizing their achievements can lead to greater satisfaction and a healthier perspective on success.Sign up for the Startups Newsletterhttps://www.startups.com/newsletterResources: Startup Therapy Podcast https://www.startups.com/begin Join our Network of Top Founders Check in with us on LinkedIn | Wil Schroter | Ryan Rutan What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 01:24 A founder's rollercoaster of satisfaction 03:51 Why successful founders are never satisfied 05:45 Peer competition 10:37 The problem with comparison 15:25 Competing for our own safety 20:49 “We create a much more unsafe environment…” 22:36 Competitors ability to affect your safety 24:10 Endless chase of success 28:34 Ego vs. Contentment 33:38 Why we can't find the finish line
(If you DO want to work with Golden Proportions, they are actually giving all our listeners 2 EXCLUSIVE DEALS)Reach out to Golden Proportions here: https://go.goldenproportions.com/dental-marketer-dealIn this week's Monday Morning Marketing episode, join us as we dive deeper into the world of Google Ads with our special guest, Xana Winans, from Golden Proportions. Get ready to supercharge your marketing strategies as we uncover tips and warnings for a successful Ads campaign. We'll unveil the secrets of setting the perfect Google Ads runtimes that sync with your office hours, discuss what a sensible ad-spend budget entails, and break down click-through rates in relation to your service offerings. Plus, we'll show you how to address potential patient objections effectively and gain a competitive edge over rival offices through savvy keyword usage. Jump into this episode with Xana to hone in on your best Google Ads strategy in this forever-evolving ads landscape!You can reach out to Xana Winans here:Website: https://www.goldenproportions.com/Other Mentions and Links:Google AdsGoogle Local Service AdsIf you want your questions answered on Monday Morning Marketing, ask me on these platforms:My Newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/The Dental Marketer Society Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2031814726927041Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: Hey Xana, so talk to us about Google Ads. How can we utilize this or what advice, suggestions, or methods can you give us that will actually attract new patients through our Google Xana: Ads efforts? Oh, there's so much good information in that question you just asked. That's loaded. so there's a lot of things that make Google Ads successful.And let me hit on just like a couple of really important tips. One of the first ones is, be very wary about using Google's own artificial intelligence that they're trying to make it look really easy so anybody can do their own Google Ads. Because if you are using Google's own artificial intelligence platform, you are potentially wasting a lot of money on clicks that are not valuable for you.and, you don't have as much control over reaching the proper target audience. And besides that, Google's gonna actually, you're gonna spend a lot more of your money and get a lot less for it. So, when we do Google Ads for people, there's a couple of things that we do to make sure that they are hitting that success versus what they've been trying to do on their own.One is, and this seems so obvious, you gotta make sure that you are setting your times for your ads. Only when your business is open. Some people just run those ads 24 7. But let's think about the patient experience. When patients call, we know that they want to get in immediately, they've got about 3 days to get scheduled.they do not want to get into a practice that scheduling, They to be able to get in pretty quickly. So they want to be able to. Get in, they want to be able to get a hold of you because you're an errand they're checking off their list. So if you're running, you're at it nine o'clock at night and there's nobody there answering the phone, it's a complete waste of your time and of their time.one way to overcome that is to use online scheduling. Which I think is critical for absolutely any Google Ads campaign because you want to capture people while they are in the moment and they are ready to make their decision. So ideally using online scheduling, but at the very least, people sometimes have questions, so make sure those ads are only running when you're open.As a matter of fact, I usually stop them about an hour before the practice hours are over. Because we don't always make our phone call immediately when we're doing our research. It might take us a little time and we want to make sure that that phone call actually becomes an appointment.another thing that I think is important to think about is the topic that you are using in your Google ads. So there's a lot of things that you can advertise for. You can advertise for just general dentistry patients, emergency patients, peds patients. Those three are great. Those are the winners almost every time.But a lot of doctors want to use Google ads to go after things like dental implants, all on for cosmetic dentistry, sleep apnea, TMD treatment. And here's what we've learned. The click through rates. Those higher level campaigns can be insane. Our click through rates are usually honest to be 27 to 35 percent on those campaigns.So literally like 35 percent of the people that see your ad when we're running it, we'll click on it. Go to a landing page. The difference is these types of leads are doing a lot of research. They're what I would call their higher up in the funnel. So they're exploring all of their options. And these are not the leads that are going to just click to schedule an appointment or just call you and immediately make your appointment.There's a lot of contact follow up contact that they need. So, you know, When they call you or if even if they submit a form, for example, it often takes 7 to 9 additional touches before they are ready to commit to an appointment. So if you're just sitting there and waiting for them to like, make that decision on the spot, you're going to end up really frustrated because you'll get a lot of clicks and a lot of people who seem to be interested.But a lot of them won't convert into appointments. So you got to be ready with an outbound, text messaging campaign, outbound phone calls, outbound emails to keep in contact with that lead until they are ready to schedule with you. another thing to think about, and this one's so frustrating for people in the beginning.Have you ever heard of the term fat finger? Where they Michael: accidentally click it? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Me all the time, yeah. Xana: Yeah, so we're all on our cell phones, and you type in, Dentist in Lewisburg, I'll give you from my community. And there's a couple of listings that come up, so you can have a combination of like, somebody just accidentally clicks on the wrong listing with their fat finger on a small cell phone, and then it's a wrong number phone call.And the teams kind of can say, oh, I'm getting a lot of wrong number phone calls. Well, there's still people who are looking for a dentist. So it's still an opportunity to convert them into an appointment. but 1 way to help overcome that is to actually. Upload a list of all the competitors in your area.As negative keywords before you launch your campaign. And here's why. So if I typed in Dennis and Lewisburg, the area that I'm in Google is gonna be doing, we've got exact match and then kind of some broad match keywords in there. So it would bring up anybody for an ad that had the words dentist and Lewisburg in it.If I'm a dental practice named Lewisburg Dentistry. The odds are very, very good that my Google ad is going to appear at the top and people are going to think that's what they're clicking on. and it's basically just going to be a waste of their money. So we want to eliminate as many fat finger phone calls as possible.So uploading that list of competition helps maximize your budget right out of the gate. you had mentioned before we started talking about budget, like what's the right budget for people to put for this? The budget is, I generally say it's a minimum of 1, to be able to do it properly. And if your 1, 000 only gets you one mile or 1, 000 gets you 10 miles, depending on the area that you're living in, real key is about your impression share.So do you know what impression share is? No. Okay, so anytime somebody would be searching Dennis in it's the percentage of time that your Google ad is going to show up in their search results based on, how many dollars you have available. So if your budget is, say, 500 a month and you're averaging 15 a click. You might miss out on an awful lot of traffic simply because your budget has already been spent for the day. And you might have a very small impression share. So there might be 100 searches for it in a day, but you might only be getting 5 percent impression share because the cost per click is so high or your market area is so wide.It's a lot better. Instead of necessarily just going with budget, it's more about setting up the parameters of the campaign to make sure that you are maximizing your impression share. You want to be able to make sure that your Google ad is showing up a minimum of 80%, 90 percent of the time when somebody is doing a search.Otherwise, they're clicking on your competitor's ads. Michael: Okay. Okay. Interesting. So more budget better, but if we don't have the more budget, what do we do? We just hone in or what are you thinking? Xana: so yes, you can, limit the hours when your campaign is running. For example, uh, I've seen practices where we'll only run it, say Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.And we'll front load that at the beginning of the week because we know those people want to get in quickly. So we want to make sure that we're not running an ad on a Friday where they're not going to be able to get in until Tuesday or Wednesday of the next week. so you can kind of compress your budget that way.You can limit the size of the market area that you're in instead of that 10 mile radius. You can say, I'm, I'm just going to make sure I'm capturing everybody in a 1 mile radius, or I'm going to pick a. Particular zip code that's important to me. Maybe everybody in your immediate area knows you. So we want to go outside of that area and just target a certain zip code.so there's a couple of different things that you can do to really maximize that budget. The thing that I always keep in mind with budget and I tell everybody this right out of the gate is that. It's always going to go up. This is a bidding situation, teasingly say Google clearly does not have enough money.this trillion dollar organization. so they're going to make it harder and harder for your ads to appear until you spend more money per time that somebody clicks on your ad, which means. That you will not get as many clicks for the same amount of money over time. So what might start out as a thousand dollar budget might have to be 1, 500 the next year or 2, 000 the year after that.It's not growing quite that quickly, but just know that sometimes you're, you're going to probably have to end up spending more money to get the same amount of traffic over time, just because those ad costs are going to go up. There's kind of a trend lately. Have people been talking to you about these sponsored listings up at the top?Michael: Yeah, yeah, it's a is there a green check mark I want to say or something like Xana: that or yes So these listings the thing that's really different about these listings before Anybody could buy a google ad and set up a campaign. I I mean I could be the guy down the street I could be somebody in china. It doesn't matter anyone could set up a campaign These sponsored listings google is making you go through this deep verification process.You have to give them Uh, not just prove that you're in your physical location, they need to see your actual credentials, like they need to get your, forget exactly what it is, if they need your diploma or your license number or something, but they need actual proof that you are a licensed practitioner and they're not doing it in every market, the area that we're in is rural enough, they aren't doing those sponsored listings yet, they're still just kind of testing it in some of the more major markets.But the thing with these sponsored listings that's really kind of interesting is Instead of saying, I have, you know, a budget of 1, 000 and I'm trying to get as many clicks as I can at an average cost of 5 a click, you're paying for performance, so they're charging you per phone call.It is their call tracking line that is used. And so when someone clicks on that ad and calls, it's running roughly around 100 per phone call. For an appointment, which cost per lead, that's actually not terrible, but you got to have a team who's ready to take the phone calls and are able to convert those leads into good appointments.So, I still kind of see those in like the, testing phase where people are figuring out if they're worth it or not are the. The searcher is actually going to respond to those or not. in my humble opinion, my favorite one, mean, obviously we all love Google Ads and just in general, but I love the ones that are in the Google Maps listings.That you can do a sponsored listing right in all of the Google Maps so that your name appears at the top. If you are in a market that's so competitive, you can't get into, one, two or three position in your market area, just buy your way into that list. Michael: Okay. Interesting. Real quick. If you could kind of guide us throughout the part where you were discussing the topic on Google ads, how to keep in contact with the outbound, this. So they click, they don't sign up. You said it takes several touch points. How can we build something there? Xana: So, uh, great question. It's actually something we're working on is, is trying to close that loop for the doctors. but the idea is when somebody calls they have questions, they're not ready to make a decision yet.So the team first off needs to be ready with a list of very common objections that the caller is going to have about that particular product. So let's say it's cosmetic dentistry. People are going to ask, what does it cost? Is it covered by insurance? How long does it take? Is this painful? can you fix this particular problem?What do you charge per tooth? They have all these questions. First step is for the team to have all of those objections written down and your answers for them figured out. It just makes for a better experience. People are not going to make their decision in the moment. You'll get a couple. That you might be able to bring in for a consult, but most of them are like, okay, let me think about it.That's where it's important to get a follow up phone number, a follow up email and then set a regular outbound set of touch points. So, over the next couple of days, email, phone call, text message, and kind of repeating that process until you get that person to make a commitment because they're doing a lot of homework.they're, um, talking to a lot of different options to see who's going to be the best one for them. And honestly, the person who makes the sale is usually the person who's just more active and showing more interest in that prospective patient. Mm. Michael: Gotcha. So, stay active. Basically, Xana: right. You got to stay really active.You can't just take that one phone call and let it die with, leave it up to the patient. If they're going to call me back, the team has to be the outbound salesperson who is actually calling and following up with that patient to see if they can move them forward. honestly, it takes some, some good sales training for teams who know how to do that.So I see this a little more successfully in some DSO practices, where they're, they're able to invest in like a call center and people who do some of that outbound follow up. Do you have any practices you've seen that are really successful with that outbound follow up? A couple, Michael: it's more front office skills training that I've seen where that works.You know what I mean? Where they have like the. Confidence to know what to say and do when they follow up and they send a text or they have a software that does all that, right, that sends a text and things like that. Um, but I can see how the bar drops a ton right there, you know what I mean? And then they go and say, well these ads aren't working, who's clicking them, you know, kind of thing.And it just falls apart. So I can definitely see that in that scenario. Xana: In my opinion, one thing that I found to be a little more successful if you don't have a team in place who either has like the time or the experience to do all that outbound follow up. I'm a big believer in bring these patients in under a general dentistry campaign.People who are just looking for I need a new dentist, they're going to come in, they're going to go through their hygiene experience, they're gonna have a comprehensive exam with you that is better than anyone they've ever had in their entire lives. And They build a relationship with you, and you can start asking them questions about, so what do you think about the appearance of your teeth?Is there anything that you're unhappy with that you've ever wished you could fix? Would you like to know what your options are? you've already got their attention because they're in the office. I find it is much easier to move those types of patients forward to things like implants and all on four and cosmetics and sleep apnea.Once they know who you are as a doctor, And why you're qualified and they like you as a person and they like your office. So, I find it is a far better spend of your money to actually go for the general to kind of get those big procedures in a roundabout way. Michael: Gotcha. Awesome, Zonya. I appreciate your time and if anyone has any further questions, you can definitely find her on the Dental Marketer Society Facebook group or where can they reach out to you directly?Xana: I'd say best way is go to our website, golden proportions. com. There's a chat button in the lower, right? There's usually somebody on there monitoring at all times. I tend to take the after hours ones and happy to have a conversation, answer any questions that your listeners might have about ads.Michael: Awesome. Thank you so much, Zonya, for being with me on this Monday morning marketing episode. My Xana: pleasure. Thanks, Michael.
Welcome to Episode #035 of Mission Of Spe Podcast. In this episode. Mark will be interviewing Michael Aitken.Mike is an ambitious, disciplined, creative thinker with over 12 years of experience in fundraising, sales, marketing and a Masters in Non-Profit Administration. He founded the Team Runner Racing Team and Foundation to carry on the legacy of my son Runner, who passed away in January of 2015 after a short but courageous battle with Liver Cancer.Team Runner hosts numerous fundraising events annually providing support for local organizations while proudly donning the "Super Runner" Logo as they race and train on the streets of St. Louis and the Midwest Region. In today's episode, you will hear about such topics as: Growing up in sports but no interest in running as a child Competing in race walking in college Make a Wish for his son Runner and his passing Birthday Bash Run for Runner's Birthday Reach out to Mike Aitken: Race Registration: https://runsignup.com/Race/MO/SaintAnn/RunnersBooBash5kandFunRunWalk Instagram:www.instagram.com/teamrunnerracing/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/teamrunnerracing
In this episode we sat down with country music artist, Madison Hughes, for an incredible conversation. We discuss everything from her experience competing on The Voice for Team Blake to the insane process of creating a song with a full band. Madison speaks on her struggle with confidence and self belief and how she overcame those fears to become the artist she is today. Also, we talk about her upcoming preformances at the Jaguars vs Chiefs game and her first full band concert at The Underbelly. Follow Madison and her journey on social media @itsmadisonhughes and stream her music on all major platforms.
We are LOVING the excitement about the Pre-Engaged Workbook, which will be released soon. (It is supposed to go live today, but isn't available yet... there is a hold-up in the review process. We will let you know once it goes live!) --- What I think happens a lot in marriages is a dynamic of competition. They both want to impress their spouse, and both of them are clawing on top of each other trying to get the other one to notice them and admire them. They're trying to get their spouse to see that they're doing a good job. At the very same moment, the other spouse is trying to get them to see that they're doing a good job and trying to impress them. So each is trying to get their security and their approval and their sense of doing a good job from their spouse. And so this competition takes hold. Instead of enjoying each other and the gift that they are---in the strengths and the differences---they are competing and they can't see past their own hurt and lack of encouragement from their spouse. So, what I highly recommend is that you consider if this dynamic is happening in your home. Are you trying to get compliments and admiration and encouragement from your spouse but getting hurt over and over and over again? My recommendation is that you listen to this episode to understand how to actually receive the affirmation, the approval, and the encouragement you crave. The good news is you could actually have both security and affirmation… and change the dynamic from competition to love and generous compliments. You'll find out how if you listen to today's episode. Blessings, Belah PS - Help could be a click away…you're invited to schedule a free Clarity Call at delightyourmarriage.com/cc to see if you're a good fit for our programs. What do graduates say about the results of the program? “Before I took the program, I thought my wife and I were getting on ok, but as it turned out this was far from the case. It soon became clear that my wife had been feeling very lonely and isolated for years, and this had been showing in her behaviour, which though pleasant, was somewhat aloof and detached emotionally.” “Things moved exponentially, very quickly, though not without struggle and some reverses.. She did not recognise this “new husband” as she put it! …Completely unintentionally I had made my wife feel ignored, not attended to, and taken for granted… Communication was generally businesslike rather than affectionate. …As the program has gone on, huge strides have been made in our marriage. We now spend quality time together most meal times, we've started going out on dates again, we are much more playful than before and we enjoy being with each other. Most importantly, my wife has relaxed, she's begun to trust me, and her true bubbly self is coming out into the open. And it's a delight to see. It almost feels like it used to when we were first dating. Sex has even taken on a completely new appearance.”
Hey lovely! In today's episode Coach Janae and I wanted to dive into a topic that's absolutely crucial for all you amazing women over 40 on your fitness journey: periodization. Now, you might be wondering, "What's periodization, and why do I need it?" Well, let me break it down for you! Periodization is like the secret sauce that takes your fitness game to a whole new level, especially as we embrace the fabulous 40s and beyond. It's all about strategically planning your workouts in different phases to keep your body guessing and progressing. For women over 40, this approach is gold because it helps you build strength, muscle tone, and endurance while reducing the risk of injury. You get the best of both worlds: challenging your body and giving it the recovery it deserves. Plus, it keeps the fitness journey exciting and sustainable. So, if you're aiming for a strong, toned body that defies age, embrace periodization and hire me! Your future self will thank you for the gains, the confidence, and the incredible journey ahead. Keep rocking it, and remember, age is just a number when you've got the right fitness plan! Seriously…we're recruiting for the R3 Team 2024! If you're interested email me the subject line: Fitness Competition and I will send you the application. Who knows…you may be next on stage:) Coach Crystal xo Submit your question - > email@example.com Join our Fit Beyond 40 For Women Community - > https://bit.ly/3cKB3Vj Click here to learn more about the R3 Team: https://www.r3volvelife.com/competing-beyond-40
Today's masterclass, we're talking about "Stop Competing and Start Dominating." I will emphasize that setting your own standards is the path to true success. We look at successful examples like McDonald's, Michael Phelps, Apple, and Amazon, who thrive by focusing on their standards, not competing with others. I'll share how you can adopt this mindset, making yourself your strongest competitor, and constantly pushing your limits. Much like Tony Robbins in personal development, setting your own standards leads to domination, not just competition. Success is intentional and based on unwavering standards. So, if you want to elevate your game, it's time to stop competing and start dominating your own space. Show notes: [08:01]#1 The best in every category is not really in competition with anyone else. [15:36]#2 How do you actually make this happen? [22:04]#3 The reason why Michael Jordan and other entities are so great is because of standards. [35:25]Recap Episodes Mentioned: 1217: My Virtual Mentors, Vol 5: Michael Jordan Next Steps: Text Dre Baldwin: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) Work On Your Game University (Coaching & Courses): http://www.WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE FREE Training - 6 Figure Earners Who Want To Reach 7 Figures: http://www.WorkOnYourGame.net Facebook Business Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6figuresandgrowing/ Get Dre's Emails: Http://WorkOnMyGame.com Free Audiobooks: The Third Day: http://www.ThirdDayBook.com/audible The Mirror Of Motivation: http://www.MirrorOfMotivation.com/audible Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free Donate: CashApp: http://Cash.app/$DreBaldwin PayPal: http://PayPal.me/DreAllDay Be sure to Subscribe to have each new episode sent directly to you daily! If you're enjoying Work On Your Game, please Review the show and let us know! Dre on social media: Instagram [http://instagram.com/DreBaldwin] Facebook [http://Facebook.com/WorkOnYourGame] Twitter [http://Twitter.com/DreAllDay] YouTube [http://youtube.com/dreupt] All Episodes + FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com Sponsor: AG1 by Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/WorkOnYourGame http://drinkAG1.com/WORKONYOURGAME Sponsor: AquaTru - $100 Any Purifying Filter Http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/AT Sponsor: STASH Investments - start with $5!! http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/stash Sponsor: GoPuff - $15 Off Your First 3 Orders http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/gopuff
In conversation with the amazing Jayme Linker from Colorado. Jayme's story is about second chances , and making the best use of it. From struggling with eating disorder to finding purpose in her competitive endurance ocean rowing , she is pure inspiration . In 2021 she participated in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge on a mixed pair team which it took her 51 days and change to complete. On June 12th, her mixed pairs team Aloha Kai will be rowing the Mid-Pacific where she will become the 1st US-born female to row both of these oceans. Jayme rows to raise money for Eating Disorder Awareness as she has suffered from an eating disorder for over 2/3 of her life and has dedicated her life to helping others not suffer like she has. 0:00 Intro and Background 2:57 Flashback, where it all started 4:59 What caused the eating disorder/and its impact 11:26 The beginning of Endurance lifestyle 13:28 How did water enter the scene 16:26 Prepping for a ocean row 23:00 Competing in ocean rowing 24:00 Navigation 25:53 The difference in rowing Atlantic and Pacific 29:02 Scary moments 30:42 Rowing in the night 32:51 Importance of mind control 34:31 The Bear Moose Hideaway Foundation for Eating Disorder 42:11 What's next is circumventing the ocean 58:40 The last word
Holy sh!t folks, this one was special. Nathaniel Coleman went deep on this pod in a way he hasn't before elsewhere.He's an Olympic Silver Medalist, a 3x National Bouldering Champion (in a row!), and he FA'd the iconic Grand Illusion, a V16. Just one of these things would cement him as one of the top climbers in our sport.In the podcast Nathaniel shares what is actually going through his mind when he's competing on the biggest stages, and the approach he uses when things don't go as planned.He also shares for the first time publicly why he isn't competing in the upcoming Olympics, and his thoughts on whether or not competition is something he will pursue in the future. Topics include: Nationals vs WC's vs Olympics, the current WC season, Twitch Streaming, the “Power of Psyche”, proper excitement levels when competing, his outdoor bucket list, and so so much more!NOTES / LINKS:KendamaNathaniel's TwitchGrand IllusionPower of PsycheDry Canyon Series (Lee Majors FA + $6mm Man Proj)Support us on Patreon: HEREVisit our podcast page: HERESign-up with one of our coaches: HEREFollow us on Instagram: HERE
You just got a job offer for 25k more to leave your church tech job. But you want to stay. What do you do now? Caleb Loeppky worked in multiple church tech positions before taking a role at Amplio. He also works with Slingshot to place church production people all across America. He joins us to discuss competing job offers, Pastor's housing allowances, and how to talk about your salary with your Executive Pastor well. In this episode you'll hear: 1:00 Toby's past church jobs 8:15 Caleb Loeppky joins us! 13:45 How Caleb found his Church Tech Jobs 19:00 What are the current church tech jobs out there right now? 24:30 Getting underpaid for being a volunteer to staff person 28:00 How many years as a TD does it take for a big raise? 34:30 Taking a competing job offer to your Exec Pastor 38:50 Pastor's Housing Allowance 42:00 Leaving your church44:30 How do you figure out your salary range? 47:20 Should all new techs start at 35-50k at least? 51:20 Can you bring your boss a competing job offer?Resources for your Church Tech MinistryDoes your church have used gear that you need to convert into new ministry dollars? We can make you an offer here. Do you need some production gear but lack the budget to buy new gear? You can get Certified Church Owned gear here. Connect with us: Follow us on FacebookHang out with us on InstagramSee all the ways we can serve your church on our WebsiteGet our best gear sent to your inbox each Monday before it goes public via the Early ServiceWhat if your bank account had a leak in it?If you have used production gear sitting in your storage closet, that is exactly what is happening right now. We paid churches over a million dollars in 2022 for their used production gear. Head to our site, make your gear list, and let us come pay your church.
(00:00) We start the hour talking about the Matt Corral situation and Bill Belichick having no comment on the matter. (6:28) Zolak and Bertrand talk about Jack Jones' split contract and what that exactly means. (18:49) We talk about if the patriots are two players short of being able to compete with the elite teams in the league. (27:42) We recap NFL week 1 with the Sounds of Sunday.
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Georgia might have provided a blueprint to cut carbon emissions and slow down climate change. You don't need to play golf or even have a golf course in your town to own a golf cart. In fact, redeveloping your town's infrastructure to cater to golf carts could not only improve local transportation and ease your finances, but it might just cut carbon emissions enough to impact climate change. Golf carts over golf courses (04:03), Peachtree, Georgia (09:25), Competing suburban planning (12:01), How far can golf carts take us? (13:45), Gave up on suburban walkability (15:26), Mapping city streets (17:43), Tyrone, Georgia (24:10), Rebuild the world for people not industry (28:40), Giving up on the public (30:55), The cost of infrastructure (32:42), CHIPS, but with golf carts (40:18), Agency for the children, think of the kids (42:53), Muscle car to golf cart (44:26)
Today I speak with IFBB Pro April Conley, a mother, and grandmother, who started in ballet and fell in love with fitness as a teenager, go as far to dance on a professional team. In 2012, some personal issues led her to want to get stronger to not appear as a victim. Through this she became aware of bodybuilding and was inspired by Isa when she won the Olympia in 2019. Her then husband was jealous and didn't want her to compete, but when died in a car accident while driving drunk, she turned to competing to do something for herself and lead her back to a healthier lifestyle. She met her current husband through bodybuilding. She stepped on stage for the first time in 2021 earning first in all of her classes and won her Pro Card at 2022 North Americans in the 35+ category. April is so open with her journey and has so much experience to share. You don't want to miss this episode! TOPICS COVERED -how her dance background helps stage presence -getting more comfortable with age -focusing on gratitude -her path to the stage -the death of her first husband -finding love again -having a blended family -the importance of a posing coach -having family support -competing as a Masters athlete CONNECT WITH CELESTE: Website: http://www.celestial.fit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/celestial_fit/ All Links: http://www.celestial.fit/links.html CONNECT WITH APRIL: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aprilconley_ifbbpro/ TikTok: aprilconley_ifbbpro TIME STAMPS 1:00 introduction 3:53 posing with a dance background 8:30 confidence through bodybuilding 18:03 comparison and body imagine as a teen 21:05 her time as a professional dancer 25:26 deciding to compete in bikini 30:15 meeting her current husband 35:07 opening her heart after loss 39:41 working with posing clients 47:34 goals for her pro debut 49:19 her kids perception of competing 52:15 the loss of her first husband 59:07 how bodybuilding can be life changing 62:03 feedback from judges 66:48 advice for posing 76:13 advice for competitors CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE FOOD RELATIONSHIP COACHING SERIES CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE POST SHOW BLUES COACHING SERIES LEARN MORE AND APPLY FOR MY 5 WEEK FOOD RELATIONSHIP HEALING & DISCOVERY COACHING PROGRAM FOR OTHER FREE RESOURCES, LIVE EVENTS, AND WAYS TO WORK WITH CELESTE CLICK HERE
Sydney Olsen is a member of the legendary Tempest, Originally hailing from Seattle, currently in LA, where she works in stunts. She has reigned as one of the leading competitors in parkour for the last 9 years. Instagram - @sydneyolsen1 If you'd rather watch the podcast and occasionally see some added clips and pics relevant to the conversation, you can access it by becoming a YouTube join member on Storror's YouTube, along with other weekly members-only content - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdPui8EYr_sX6q1xNXCRPXg/join
Hi lovely! The moment you make that empowering decision to step into the world of fitness competitions, you're making a commitment to prioritize your incredible health journey. Your ambition alone will ignite a fierce dedication to your well-being, transforming not just your physique but your entire life. It's like a switch flips, and suddenly, you're embracing a vibrant, healthy eating lifestyle because you understand that indulging in unhealthy choices only casts a shadow on your fitness dreams. Building that stunning competition-ready body means nourishing yourself with the right foods. Think of it as fuel for your workouts - it kickstarts your energy, sustains you through those intense training sessions, and accelerates your recovery afterward. But it's not just about what you eat; it's about the love and respect you show your body. I always say to my team of athletes, “It's not about the stage, it's who you become along the way!” In today's episode, Coach Janae and I breakdown the different divisions available to compete in and the requirements. Coach Janae and I share the same thrilling journey of commitment, showing up to your scheduled workout sessions with unwavering determination. From heart-pounding cardiovascular workouts to empowering weight training sessions, each sweat-inducing moment contributes not only to your competition success but also to your lifelong health and vitality. Your dedication now will reward you with a vibrant, active, and thriving life for years to come. Remember, age is just a number! If we sparked your interest in learning more about the process, simply email me with the subject line “Bikini Bod” and I will send you an info video and an opportunity to chat! Coach Crystal xox P.S It's not too late to join my “5 Day Fit Beyond 40 Challenge”. Simply click the link below to reserve your spot! To join our “5 Day Fit Beyond 40 Challenge” click here - > https://fitbeyond40.r3volvelife.com/signup Submit your question - > firstname.lastname@example.org Join our Fit Beyond 40 For Women Community - > https://bit.ly/3cKB3Vj
Listen to this episode to get Sophia Matveeva's recommendations to hone your digital mindset. In this episode, you'll hear the top lessons from each book and why they matter. The beginners' guide: Swipe to Unlock: The Insider's Guide to Tech and Business Strategy Listen to this TFNT podcast interview with co-author Parth Detroja: 12 Introduction to Product Strategy To learn Design Thinking: Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life Join Design Q4 to Finish Strong! to attend the Design Thinking workshop on Sunday 10 September 2023. Understand AI and how it changes business models: Competing in the Age of AI Strategy and Leadership When Algorithms and Networks Run the World Listen to Listen to this TFNT podcast interview with co-author Marco Iansiti: 9. The Business of AI with Harvard Business School Prof Marco Iansiti For founders & investors: The hard thing about hard things Watch this book summary on the TFNT YouTube channel: The Hard Thing About Hard Things: TFNT summary --- Join the Tech for Non-Techies membership and succeed in the Digital Age. Tech for Non-Techies clients Reach senior leadership positions in Big Tech firms Lead digital transformation in established businesses Create tech businesses as non-technical founders Pivot into careers in venture capital We love hearing from our readers and listeners. So if you have questions about the content or working with us, just get in touch on email@example.com Say hi to Sophia on Twitter and follow her on LinkedIn. Following us on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok will make you smarter.
Clay Owens is the owner of Cypress Creek Retrievers. They are a family owned and operated business located in Island, Kentucky. He is an avid waterfowl hunter, and dog trainer. Specializing in hunting retrievers. Competing in HRC, and AKC hunt test.
HRC (Hunting Retriever Club) is a testing system that really focuses on hunting scenarios. A ton of people compete in the organization every year with your typical retrieving breeds. Landon Poplin enjoys doing it with his German Wirehair Pointers in addition to hunting and running in other organizations as well. Transitioning from retrievers to versatiles Balancing upland and retriever training Working a compliant dog vs a higher drive dog Levels of HRC (starter, seasoned, finished) Sending with or without gun fire Steadiness requirements The International Grand The upland test in HRC Even pointing dogs are required to flush in the upland test One test lasts for 5 days?! Realistic hunting scenarios and setups Handler requirements. Wearing ALL CAMO Long blinds Motion decoys Switching to NAVHDA -- Presented By: Standing Stone Supply [Use Code: GDIY to save 15%] onX Hunt Maps [Use Code: GDIY20 to save 20%] DT Systems [Use Code: DTSocialMedia15 for 15%] Final Rise Upland Gun Company Other Partners: Eukanuba // Bird Dog Society GDIY Links: Patreon // Instagram // Facebook // Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever wanted to know how to build a Competitive and BulletProof Mindset as a coach and entrepreneur? If so, then first stay with me here and two make sure to tune into today's discussion with our friend Yuri Elkaim, the Owner and Founder of Healthpreneur. We really enjoyed the depth of this conversation with Yuri and really respect his authenticity, vulnerability, and courage to open up and share some deep things that will really help you. Make sure you have your note pads or apps out and listen to the full episode. Keep taking action, pursuing personal excellence, and impacting lives! In This Episode, we discuss: How playing competitive soccer carried over to building an empire of business Why most coaches and entrepreneurs don't succeed in this game Yuri's rituals and habits that have helped him perform at a high level and build one of the top coaching businesses Yuri Elkaim Bio: I'm the founder and CEO of Healthpreneur I'm also a husband, father of 4 boys, a New York Times bestselling nutrition author, former professional soccer player, and a trusted health expert. I'm a proud Canadian with a passion for travel and experiencing life to the fullest. Over the past 15 years, I've built 2 multiple 7-figure health businesses that have helped more than 500,000 men and women reach their goals. Even though I've become one of the most sought-after business strategists and success mentors for health professionals looking to grow their practice, things certainly weren't always this way. I got into health after losing all of my hair to an autoimmune condition at just 17 years old. Wanting to heal myself, I sought every practitioner I could find. I was amazed by their knowledge they possessed and the transformation they helped me and thousands of others create. Yet, I found it odd that many of them were “cast aside” by the allopathic medical community. A seed was planted inside of me that somehow I would help these practitioners shine their light but I would have to wait 15 years before that happened. First, I had to walk my own journey. So I pursued advanced studies (and got my degree) in Kinesiology and eventually Holistic Nutrition. After a brief 3-year hiatus to play professional soccer in Europe, I returned home to Toronto where I started working with clients to help them with their health. Like so many others in our space, I was overworked and underpaid. I worked 12–14 hour days, seeing one client/patient after another and I struggled to make ends meet. I was trading time for money and had essentially built myself a job, not a real business. I knew that wasn't the life I wanted to continue living. So, in 2006, I started coaching clients online and eventually (after many years of struggle) built a very large and successful coaching business doing so. After a brief 3-year hiatus to play professional soccer in Europe, I returned home to Toronto where I started working with clients to help them with their health. Like so many others in our space, I was overworked and underpaid. I worked 12–14 hour days, seeing one client/patient after another and I struggled to make ends meet. I was trading time for money and had essentially built myself a job, not a real business. I knew that wasn't the life I wanted to continue living. So, in 2006, I started coaching clients online and eventually (after many years of struggle) built a very large and successful coaching business doing so. Connect with Yuri Elkaim: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healthpreneur/ Website: https://healthpreneurgroup.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Healthpreneur/videos Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@yurielkaim Follow Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisandericmartinez/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Dynamicduotraining FREE 15 Min “6-Figure Road Map” Call. Let's Chat & See How We Can Help You Get Unstuck or Move Up Income Brackets. https://www.dynamicfitpros.com/15-minute-booking Get 10% Off Any Orders From SteelFit Sports Nutrition: Coupon Code is DYNAMIC10 https://steelfitusa.com/ See the full Show Notes to this episode here https://liveadynamiclifestyle.com/podcast/building-a-bulletproof-mindset-competing-at-the-highest-level-with-yuri-elkaim
Kicking off Season 8 of the Millionaire Car Salesman podcast, we are joined by Host Sean V. Bradley, and special guests Malik Bronner and Kelby Peace-Bullock, who takes us through his journey of entering the automotive industry and how he conquered his initial fears and doubts. Sean V. Bradley highlights the pivotal role that mindset plays in one's success. He explains how shifting your perspective on commission-based pay and competition will allow you to not just survive but thrive in the industry. One of the core lessons Kelby shares is the importance of product knowledge, understanding the competition, and building trust with customers. He attributes much of his success to the invaluable training and guidance he received from his brother, Malik Bonner, as well as the unwavering support of the Preston Automotive Group. Key Takeaways: Overcoming fear and skepticism is crucial to finding success in the automotive industry. Commission-based pay can be a powerful motivator and provide unlimited earning potential. Competing against oneself and constantly striving for improvement is more effective than comparing oneself to others. Mastering product knowledge, understanding the competition, and building trust with customers are essential for success. Developing a personal referral business and becoming an influencer in the local community can lead to long-term success. About Kelby Peace-Bullock Kelby Peace-Bullock is a newcomer to the automotive industry, having previously worked in customer service roles. He was initially skeptical about working on commission and the competitiveness of the industry, but after joining the automotive industry, he quickly realized the potential for financial success and the importance of building relationships with customers. His story serves as a source of inspiration for those considering a similar leap into the automotive realm, showcasing the rewarding possibilities that await those willing to embrace change and growth. About Malik Bronner Starting at Dealer Synergy over three years ago as a call analyst, Malik “Yung Jedi” Bronner has worked his way up the ranks to the position of Performance Coach at Dealer Synergy and a Tier 1 National Trainer. Not only is he one of the top performance coaches and phone process trainers on the Dealer Synergy team, but he also hosts “The Yung Jedi Counsel,” a weekly free training session for the automotive community. The Journey to Success in the Automotive Industry Introduction In the latest episode of the Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast, Kelby Peace Bullock takes center stage to share his remarkable journey into the automotive industry. A relative newcomer to the world of car sales, Kelby has swiftly risen through the ranks, proving that with the right mindset and determination, anyone can thrive in this competitive field. In this episode, Kelby provides invaluable insights into his transformation, emphasizing the importance of mindset, commission-based pay, self-improvement, product knowledge, and building trust with customers. A Newcomer's Journey Kelby Peace Bullock's entry into the automotive industry was marked by skepticism. Having previously worked in customer service roles, he was apprehensive about transitioning into a commission-based profession known for its cutthroat competition. However, Kelby's story is a testament to the power of embracing change and overcoming fears. He quickly discovered that the automotive industry offered not only the potential for financial success but also the chance to build lasting relationships with customers. The Power of Mindset One of the key takeaways from Kelby's journey is the transformative power of mindset. As Sean V. Bradley wisely puts it in the podcast, "Your mind is such a powerful thing. If you look at this like, 'I'm not guaranteed an opportunity,' that's your reality." Kelby's shift in perspective allowed him to see the immense opportunities and potential rewards in the automotive industry. Commission-Based Pay: A Motivator Kelby also discusses the motivational force of commission-based pay. In the world of car sales, your earnings are directly proportional to your effort and sales performance. Sean V. Bradley aptly highlights this, saying, "You might be broke one week, but the following week, you're having lobster and filet mignon." For Kelby, this incentive structure has been a driving force behind his success. Competing Against Yourself Instead of constantly comparing himself to others, Kelby focuses on competing against himself. This self-improvement mindset, advocated by Malik Bonner, his brother, has enabled Kelby to set personal goals and constantly strive for improvement. This internal competition has propelled him to greater heights in the industry. The Essentials for Success Kelby's journey underscores several essential elements for success in the automotive industry: Product Knowledge: Kelby stresses the importance of being a master of product knowledge, akin to being "like Google." This expertise not only builds customer trust but also allows salespeople to provide informed recommendations and solutions. Understanding the Competition: To stand out in a competitive market, understanding your competition is vital. Knowledge about rival brands and their strengths and weaknesses can help salespeople make compelling arguments for their own products. Building Trust with Customers: Building trust is the foundation of long-term success. Customers who trust their salesperson are more likely to return for future purchases and refer friends and family. Support and Guidance Kelby credits much of his success to the support and training he received from his brother, Malik Bonner, and the backing of the Preston Automotive Group. This support network has been instrumental in his journey. Becoming an Influencer In closing, Kelby encourages aspiring car salespeople to develop a personal referral business and become influencers in their local community. By establishing themselves as trusted experts and thought leaders, they can secure long-term success in the industry. Kelby Peace Bullock's journey is an inspirational tale of transformation, proving that with the right mindset and determination, anyone can excel in the competitive world of car sales. His insights shared in this Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast episode provide valuable lessons for both newcomers and seasoned professionals in the automotive industry. Resources Dealer Synergy & Bradley On Demand: The automotive industry's #1 training, tracking, testing, and certification platform and consulting & accountability firm. The Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast: is the #1 resource for automotive sales professionals, managers, and owners. Also, join The Millionaire Car Salesman Facebook Group today! The Against All Odds Radio Show: Hosting guests that have started from the bottom and rose to the top. Also, join The Against All Odds Radio Show Guests & Listeners Facebook Group for the podcasted episodes. For more interactivity, join The Millionaire Car Salesman Club on Clubhouse. Win the Game of Googleopoly: Unlocking the secret strategy of search engines. The Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast is Proudly Sponsored By: Money Mind Mapp (M3): Visit MoneyMindMapp.com for help in revolutionizing your business to help you sell more cars by tracking, projecting, and forecasting your personal sales goals! 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Mudassir Sheikha is the CEO and Co-Founder of Careem. Over the last 11 years, Mudassir has scaled the service to more than 80 cities in 10 countries, with 1,400+ colleagues and more than 2.5 million Captains. With such success, in 2020 Uber announced they would be acquiring Careem for a reported $3.1BN. Prior to Careem, Mudassir co-founded “DeviceAnywhere”, a company that was acquired by “Keynote” in 2008 before joining the management consulting firm “McKinsey & Company” in Dubai. In Today's Episode with Mudassir Sheikha We Discuss: 1. From McKinsey to $3.1BN Exit to Uber: What was the founding a-ha moment for Mudassir with Careem? What does Mudassir know now that he wishes he had known at the beginning? What does Mudassir believe he is running away from? 2. Finding Product-Market Fit: What is the single biggest mistake founders make when trying to find product-market fit? Does Mudassir believe you have to do things that do not scale, to scale? What did Careem do? What are some of Mudassir's biggest pieces of advice to founders on finding a core target audience and doing customer discovery the right way? 3. Competing with Giants: How To Win When You Cannot Outspend: How did Careem beat Uber when they had 1/100th of their budget? What advice does Mudassir have for founders who have competition that is much better funded? What is the story of spending the night in bunk beds and barely sleeping before raising $300M the next day? How did that happen? 4. The Acquisition: How it Went Down: How did Mudassir and Dara @ Uber first come to meet? How did Dara's approach contrast with the prior approach of Travis Kalanick? Why did Mudassir decide to sell and join Uber? What were the main reasons or arguments against the acquisition? 5. Talk to me About: Careem's Pakistan MD having to flee Pakistan for his safety post a marketing campaign? Elon Musk likes one of Careem's promotional videos and why? An investor who wired $1M with absolutely no paperwork? The catch up meeting that turned into a $3BN offer?
We have entered a fourth stage of innovation— the era of Big Bang Disruption. The new disrupters attack existing markets not just from the top, bottom, and sides but from all three at once. By tying their products to the exponential growth and falling costs of new technologies, their offerings can be simultaneously better, cheaper, and more customized. Not just for one group of users, but for all (or nearly all) customers. This isn't disruptive innovation. It's devastating innovation. 00:00:00.000 The Evolution of Innovation: Addressing Disruption 00:02:36.657 Three Styles of Innovation: Traditional, Cost, and Blue Ocean 00:06:23.894 Simplifying Business Strategies: Differentiation, Cost, and Customer Focus 00:07:20.966 The Challenge of Competing with Better Products 00:17:12.447 Leveraging cameras for innovative bottle tracking technology 00:19:56.153 The cost advantage of digital products and services 00:23:54.145 The phenomenon of better and cheaper innovation in various industries 00:26:44.172 The Impact of Information Spread and Market Realities 00:34:52.300 The Importance of Meeting Customer Breakthrough Points 00:36:20.074 Introduction to the concept of disciplined innovation 00:38:56.498 The power of recombining components in innovation 00:39:26.799 The Rise of Drones: A Phenomenon Explained 00:42:13.962 Rapid Fire Experiments and the Democratization of Customer Insight 00:47:26.683 Information and Access: The Challenges of Finding Information 00:49:04.340 The Power of Low Cost Components 00:49:31.700 Putting Screens on Refrigerators - Why Not? 00:52:04.248 Exponential Technologies Drive Down the Cost of R&D 00:54:40.337 The Challenge of Finding the Threshold for Product Success 00:57:51.377 Broadening Horizons and Taking Time to Think for Workplace Change
This week Joe is joined by his Jersey/Italian brother - 2X Mr. Universe Runner-Up - Anthony Monetti. Together, they discuss a wide range of topics including: Sunday "sauce" vs Sunday "gravy"; Taylor ham vs pork roll; Favorite gangster movies; Best Rocky movie; How to avoid binge-eating your favorite junk foods [funny, yet effective tips!]; Joe's thoughts on Kevin Hart's sprinting injury; The changes Anthony made to his training after turning 40; Building muscle vs maintaining muscle; How Anthony warms up before training; The WORST way to warm-up for squats; The injury Joe suffered as soon as he turned 40!; How Anthony's diet has changed since turning 40; Anthony & Joe's experiences with eating 6 small meals per day vs 2-4 bigger meals a day; Anthony's advice to young lifters who are obsessed with "getting jacked, fast"... And So Much MORE! *For a full list of Show Notes with Timestamps visit www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com. IMPORTANT LINKS Team Forever Strong [*Use code: STACKED34] Anthony Monetti MTV TRUE LIFE: "I Want a Perfect Body" | WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Kevin Hart's "Public Service Announcement" Sarah Backman Business of Strength: Annual Gym Business Retreat
Subscribe to our Patreon for weekly voicemail episodes for as little as $5/month — patreon.com/circlingbackpodcast Welcome back to "Do You Know It?" a game show podcast brought to you by Washed Media and hosted by Randy Trembacki. Competing on today's episode are: Brett, Will, and Dave. Brett remains on after taking Dillon's spot due to our new relegation system. Will and Dave try to stop the newcomer and take back the crown. Can Brett defend the title and stay on the show? Who will win? How much controversy will be in today's game?!?! Tune in to find out! Round 1: General Trivia Round 2: 2001 Top Hits Round 3: Blue Final Question: Oink Oink --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/circling-back/message
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