When multiple parties strive for a goal which cannot be shared
In today's episode Keith Carder, the LTA's Head of Competition, tells us all we need to know about the new ITF World Tennis Number. We get to the heart of this exciting new ITF system which is being adopted by the LTA and tennis federations around the World. As you'll hear, the World Tennis Number is kind of similar to the golf handicap system. It aims to be at the heart of a new global tennis community…
It's been, approximately, 85 years since the Flyers last played the Edmonton Oilers, and there's been a lot of change on that roster in the time since these two teams last met. Preston Hodgkinson of Copper & Blue joined us to fill us in on all of the *not* Connor McDavid reasons why the Flyers need to worry about the Oilers on Wednesday night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jen and Pete noodle on the difference between competition and competitiveness, opening up a discussion around how to be competitive without bringing other people down. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:How can you be competitive without being an asshole?What steps might you take to improve your work within your industry?Why is important to separate work and/or process from outcomes?Is your work competitive? (And who might you be able to ask for feedback on that question?)To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Will Shu is the Founder & CEO @ Deliveroo, the company that provides your favorite restaurants and takeaways, delivered to your door. Prior to their IPO earlier this year, Will raised over $1.7BN for the company from some of the best including Accel, Index, General Catalyst, Greenoaks, and more. Before Deliveroo, Will worked in finance as an analyst with SAC Capital, ESO Capital, and Morgan Stanley in New York and London. Fun fact, Will still enjoys regularly delivering food orders on his bike. In Today's Episode with Will Shu You Will Learn: 1.) How Will made his way from hedge funds and Morgan Stanley to changing the world of food and delivery with Deliveroo? Why did Deliveroo not work the first time Will started it? 2.) Restaurant + Customer Acquisition: How did Will acquire the first restaurants to the platform? What did that education process look like for them? What do the restaurants care about? How did Will acquire the first customers? How has that changed over time? What matters to customers; speed, selection or price? How does this change by geography and country? 3.) New Markets: How do Deliveroo select new markets to enter? What makes one more attractive than another? From a resource perspective, what does it take to open a new market? What have been some of the biggest lessons on zone maturity and time to breakeven? Why does Deliveroo not track driver efficiency on a number of drops basis? What is the right mechanism to measure driver efficiency? 4.) Competition: How did Deliveroo come late to markets like France and end up winning them? What was it like competing against Uber with Eats? How important is restaurant exclusivity to Deliveroo retaining its position? What would Will have done differently with regards to competition, with the benefit of hindsight? 5.) Quick commerce: What does Will make of the unprecedented rise of quick commerce? Will we see many winners on a per market basis or will this be a consolidatory environment? What do many of the new entrants mistake or not understand? Why is the vertical ownership of the supply chain such a superior model to working with grocery partners? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Will Shu Will's Favourite Book: From Third World to First: Singapore and the Asian Economic Boom
Whilst at the local farmers market. Teagan and Cooper decide to join the spicy salsa eating competition. They have to eat 3 rounds of spicy salsa. Going from spicy to super crazy woah spicy salsa! Do you think they will win this competition? Find out and listen to today's episode of bedtime stories for kids!❤️ Grown-Ups → Please Support This Podcast: Leave a Review & Hit Subscribe ❤️A brand new bedtime story for kids adventure awaits on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Did you know?There are Go-kart races for kids as young as 3 years old! In this episode of #TheHabitCoach Podcast, Ashdin Doctor talks about 'Controlled Aggression'. He reveals a personal moment when he first went Go-karting and explains how his anger was fueling him at that moment. Further, Ashdin decodes an interesting concept called 'Controlled Aggression' and shares a few habits on how it can be helpful in order to achieve a certain goal. Do tune in to this awesome episode and learn an interesting habit of controlled aggression.Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat Below: ( https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )Check out the Awesome180 Habit Coach app: ( https://bit.ly/2XTBvfC )Website: Awesome180 ( http://awesome180.com/ )You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
Biblical submission comes from the example of Jesus on the cross—a willing action inspired by love instead of forced obligation. Freely given submission is an opportunity to reflect the way of Jesus through a lifetime of sacrifice toward one another. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Dr. Lauryn answers a question from a doctor worried about new competition moving to town. She talks about comfort, mindset, competition, reviews/testimonials, social media and so much more. There is a great mix of emotional, spiritual, and tactical advice in this one and something for experienced and new docs alike. Rate & subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Join the Weekly Slay mailing list HERE To get the exclusive sheslays savings go HERE If you have a question or feedback, make sure to tell us: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter
On August 7 this year, we hosted a young Slovenian-Italian pianist, Aleksandar Gadžijev, who won this year's competition in Sydney. On Thursday, we were delighted by the news that Aleksander won second place at the prestigious Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, where he represented Slovenia and Italy, which he shares with a competitor from Japan. He also won the Krystian Zimmerman Award for Best Sonata Performance. Listen to SBS Slovenian, every Saturday, from 12-1pm. Follow us on Facebook SBS Slovenian and listen to our podcasts by clicking here. - 7.avgusta letos smo v oddaji gostili mladega slovensko-italijanskega pianista Aleksandra Gadžijeva, ki je zmagal na letošnjem tekmovanju v Sydneyu. V četrtek pa nas je razveselila novica, da je Aleksander na prestižnem Chopinovem klavirskem tekmovanju v Varšavi, kjer je zastopal Slovenijo in Italijo, osvojil drugo mesto, ki si ga deli s tekmovalcem iz Japonske. Osvojil je tudi nagrado Krystiana Zimermana za najboljšo izvedbo sonate.
“I love that kind of workout where you can get caught up in the event and not necessarily spend quite as much energy thinking about another burpee — ‘'cause it's only eight.”In CrossFit, fun, fitness, and competition don't stop in the offseason. Senior Programming Manager of Virtual Competitions Sarah Hopping Estrella joins host Chase Ingraham to talk about CrossFit's new virtual competition Lift Move Work. “The ultimate goal was to come up with a workout that would be a fun, engaging experience for the community,” Estrella says. With multiple tracks for athletes of all skill levels and abilities, including adaptive divisions, this new challenge has something for everyone, from the everyday athlete to the avid competitor. And it's designed to be completed within a one-hour class. To see how you stack up, head to crossfit.leaderboards.com, and register today.
Yesterday, Lindsey shared how you can reframe your mindset to turn nerves into fuel. Today, Lindsey teaches a similar mindset exercise to manage feelings of fear and self-doubt. Master your mindset, optimize your life with The Inner Game, Episode 316. -------------------- If you want to become a better competitor AND teach competition skills to your athletes, check out the highly reviewed online mental training course, The Psychology of Competition > https://www.positiveperformancetraining.com/PSYCHOLOGY-OF-COMPETITION -------------------- For more COMPETITION tips, check out our latest blog, 4 Tools to Awaken Your Inner Competitor > https://www.positiveperformancetraining.com/blog/awaken-inner-competitor
Matthew Coller is joined by Ramie Makhlouf of 1250 The Fan in Milwaukee to talk about where the Packers and Bears stand as the Vikings head into their bye week. Is the Aaron Rodgers drama gone? Why isn't Rodgers as dominant as last year? Are we still buying the Packers as a legit contender? Plus why the Bears shouldn't be a threat in the division as long as Matt Nagy is in charge but the intrigue of Justin Fields makes them a candidate long term. Oh and the Lions are not discussed in this podcast because they are not relevant in the NFC North. #ByeWeekBonanza Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week was "WNO: The Return of Gordon Ryan" and there were some great matches. Let's look at the highlights and discuss whether or not Gordon Ryan vs Phil Rowe was really even a match. You can watch the video version of every episode on our YouTube PageLearn more about the show on our WebsiteVisit our Shop for shirts and moreFollow our show at: @That_JiuJitsu_PodcastFollow Justin directly: @JustinLeskoSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thatjiujitsupodcast)
Listen to this episode for inspiration—and eye-popping laughs. Sarah and Dimity host guest Dana Sullivan, a 57-year-old breast cancer survivor who took part in an intensive weight-training and nutrition program that culminated in wearing a bikini in a physique competition! Dana reveals: -a shocking twist in her cancer diagnosis; -jaw-dropping elements of the 24-week, body-transforming program; -TMI details (spray tan, waxing, a red Solo Cup) about getting stage-ready; plus, -her early obsession (+ an encounter) with Arnold Schwarzenegger! Dimity tells tales of a family road trip to see her volleyball-playing daughter before Dana joins the show at 16:34. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Florida Panthers used to be a joke. Fairly recently, too. Now, just a few years into Bill Zito's time as general manager, the team is pretty dang good, and fun to watch on top of it. Todd Little from Litter Box Cats hopped on the mic to tell us what we can expect early on from this year's Panthers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kyper and Bourne are joined by former NHLer with Ryan Callahan to discuss the state of the New York Rangers and their young core (00:29) before diving into his take on Jack Campbell (10:23) and much more! Next on the agenda, co-host of the “After the Whistle” podcast Craig Rivet joins the guys to chat about […]
Lindsey is back and diving back into our monthly theme: COMPETITION. She explains a mindset tip that will help you turn your game day butterflies into your FUEL for competition. Master your mindset, optimize your life with The Inner Game, Episode 315. -------------------- If you want to become a better competitor AND teach competition skills to your athletes, check out the highly reviewed online mental training course, The Psychology of Competition > https://www.positiveperformancetraining.com/PSYCHOLOGY-OF-COMPETITION -------------------- For more COMPETITION tips, check out our latest blog, 4 Tools to Awaken Your Inner Competitor > https://www.positiveperformancetraining.com/blog/awaken-inner-competitor
Takeaways: 02:14 - Recruitment Issues in todays current state04:35 - Creating a Clear Program and Training06:46 - The importance of Role-Play to practice08:25 - How to overcome low-level conversation skills11:38 - About the “SALON TODAY 200 COMPETITION”17:09 - Implementing a new strategy21:02 -Tips on recruitmentQuotes: “What we've had to do is kind of sometimes unteach a little bit of what they learned” (Doug Campbell) (03:57)“If you're presenting an idea that's new or different, we like to see that you measured it in some way” (Stacy Soble) (16:03)“Usually people don't sit the submit button until the day that it's due” (Stacy Soble) (19:52)“Make your entire salon awesome” (Jason Everett) (24:54)Links Mentioned:Salontoday.comEvorevopodcast.comHigh Performance Salon WebsiteJoin our FREE FB Community
It's our bad movie episode! It's also spooky month and Mike's choice for the bad movie. So he chose horror movie Osombie. Yes Osama Bin Laden as a zombie. How does this thing exist? Find out his thoughts on the plot as well as where he chose to watch it which might not have been the best place.
Guests - Colin Shea Denniston and Kaelyn GrayHosted By - Courtney Ortiz and Lesley MealorIn Episode 74 of Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast, we revisit a favorite topic from Season 2! Courtney and Lesley chat with IDA judge Colin Shea Denniston and industry professional Kaelyn Gray about why the right (or wrong) music can make or break a routine!Topics Include: Overused versus classic competition songs Tips for finding unique music Controversies surrounding music choices in the competitive worldIf you love Making The Impact and want to support our podcast, buy us a coffee now on Ko-Fi! Your donation will go directly towards helping create quality content for future episodes. We appreciate your support! ❤️Follow your Hosts & Guests!Courtney Ortiz - @courtney.ortizLesley Mealor - @miss.lesley.danceColin Shea Denniston - @colindennistonKaelyn Gray - @kaegraydanceCheck out our guests' current projects! - “Three + A Break!” Series by Kaelyn Gray, from her Bring Tap To The People Tap Dance Tutorials - Be sure to follow BTTTP @bringtap_tothepeopleThis episode is sponsored by:Download the ArrangeUs App now to manage your formations and transitions for all of your choreography needs! Click here to try it now for FREE in the App Store!Check out IDA Affiliated Competition Gems Dance Competition!View their 2022 tour dates and register now at www.dancegems.comJoin our NEW Facebook Group and connect with us! Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast Community Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We would love to hear from you! Join our Newsletter for weekly episode releases straight to your inbox! Follow Impact Dance Adjudicators on social media @impactdanceadjudicators and for a list of affiliated dance competitions, visit our website at www.impactdanceadjudicators.comSupport the show (http://www.ko-fi.com/makingtheimpact)
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on Reconciling Competition vs Cooperation in Training. Reconciling Competition vs Cooperation in Training - Episode 651 As humans, it is inherent for us to have that competitive nature where we always want to be ahead of another or we just want to win. Sometimes, this thirst for winning puts us and the people we train in class in danger. So, up to what extent should a martial artist who's training with others go with his or her competitive nature? In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about Reconciling Competition vs Cooperation in Training. Listen and join the conversation! Watch the video below.
What are the qualities of a great leader? It is not always about being charismatic or having good people skills, but it's important to have confidence in yourself. Leadership can be challenging so establishing a collaborative and competitive team is essential. Having a competitors mindset is important to keep up with your niche's changing landscape in order to innovate. If you are looking to grow your business through leadership, this episode is for you. I'm so excited to share guest, Brain Covey, VP of Loan Depot, who will be sharing all about how to build a team that encourages growth. Main Topics:- How to be empowered by a failure mindset- Leadership- Building a team that encourages growth Key Takeaways:- Setbacks can turn into setups for success- Competition becomes collaboration- Always learning and growing matters
Today we explore entrepreneurialism – the spirit that drives it, and what it takes to turn that spiritual drive into tangible action. The journey takes us to hallowed halls at Harvard and Stanford, but it starts in – perhaps – a less likely location: The Philippines. The U.S. health care challenge is likely well known to listeners of this podcast. But the U.S. is far from the only country that struggles with access, cost, payment, coverage and more. That's the challenge that students and entrepreneurs Jiawen Tang and Camille Ang have taken on in an award-winning, globally-recognized way through Hive Health, a digital health insurer providing simplified, affordable, and quality healthcare to Filipino employees through a data science-powered platform. Hive Health was co-winner of the 2021 Dubilier Grand Prize at Harvard's prestigious New Ventures Competition. The Dubilier Prize was established by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in 1998 in honor of CD&R Co-Founder, Martin Dubilier (MBA 1952), to support entrepreneurship. This conversation not only digs into the business itself, but also, importantly, what it takes to bootstrap a new business from idea to reality. In other words, what it takes to be an entrepreneur. About the entrepreneurs themselves: Jiawen Tang is pursuing an MPA-International Development at the Harvard Kennedy School and an MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She has worked on data science and digital development initiatives with the IMF, World Bank, and UN, and on economic development initiatives with TechnoServe Swaziland and its successor Catalyze. She also served at Oliver Wyman, where she focused on consumer financial services and digital payments. Camille Ang is pursuing an MPA-International Development degree at the Harvard Kennedy School and an MBA at the Harvard Business School. She worked in Private Equity at Macquarie, managed insurance funds, and played critical roles in the acquisition and management of companies across South East Asia. Camille has also previously worked on public-private partnership projects in the government of the Philippines, with McKinsey, as well as the Rwandan Development Board.
In this episode of GOLF's Off Course with Claude Harmon III, Tour Coach and GOLF Top 100 Teacher Boyd Summerhays joins to talk shop on all things golf. As a fellow first family of golf, the Summerhays have been synonimous with the sport for generations and Boyd speaks candidly about his own pitfalls of chasing perfection while playing professionally alongside the positive impact its had on him, his mentoring style, and preparing his children for a future in competitive golf. Boyd also details the lofty goals his star student has in his sights and why Tony Finau's long-awaited second win only made him hungrier.
Walk the campus at the University of Michigan or downtown Ann Arbor with John U Bacon and you won't get more than two blocks before you're intercepted by an admirer or friend. The calls come from every direction: "Hey, John! Hey Bacon!" Bacon is the world's leading authority on Michigan football, having written several New York Times best-selling books, including Endzone, Three and Out and Overtime. Now Bacon, whom I first met at Michigan in 1986, has written a tremendous new book on leadership. In this episode of Winning in Asia, Bacon shares the lessons he learned when he took over the hapless Huron high School hockey team, a team that recorded a 0-23-2 record the previous year. Three seasons later, the same Huron High team was one of the top five in the State of Michigan. His central message: "The key is to make it special. And the key to making it special is making it hard."#WinningInAsia / #ZozoGo https://twitter.com/Dunne_ZoZoGohttps://www.instagram.com/zo.zo.go/?hl=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-dunne-a696901a/
Thanks for tuning into the Catapulting Commissions Podcast with your host, Anthony Garica. Today, Anthony is sitting down with Raphael Collazo, a commercial real estate agent who has seen massive success thanks to his ability to pivot in a time of turmoil and launch his business into success. When Raphael first got into sales, he wasn't sure what to expect, but he did know that in order to be successful, he had to produce on a consistent level. Just as he was getting his name out there, the pandemic hit. Conversations suddenly came to a halt. In that moment, he knew he had to make the move online. He began producing Youtube videos and before long, he had a community of 600 members in his LinkedIn Group. Now, the results start to pay off. Raphael built his success in a way other than the tried-and-true calling prospects dozens of times. He knew it would take time to build a personal brand. It's about consistent action. When you're interacting with a potential client, they have to know you, like you, and trust you. For that to happen, a video of you allows them an opportunity to get insight into your personality. That way when you meet them in a social setting, they feel like they already know you. It breaks down the barrier of initial trust. Imposter syndrome--so many sales professionals face this challenge every day, but especially when moving into a new or unknown space. The key is to have the confidence to trust the process in becoming a good communicator and translate that to wherever your audience lives. Raphael's new book, “Before You Sign That Lease” is a comprehensive guide to commercial real estate. Especially as a start-up, signing a bad lease can cripple you in a big way. First and foremost, evaluate if you really need a space--don't get trapped into thinking having a space legitimizes your business. Don't rely on residential leasing experience for commercial--it's an entirely different beast. Knowing and understanding different kinds of leases, how costs factor in, and risk all play a major part in choosing where to land. Competition in a sales space is natural and occurs frequently. Raphael suggests focusing on something you can produce with confidence. Consistency combats limiting beliefs! Start by documenting your journey of professional development and consider producing content based on that. There aren't a lot of people doing this on a consistent basis. https://www.raphaelcollazo.com/
In this first episode of three on BigTech mergers, we discuss the impact of BigTech mergers and acquisitions on the market and on consumers; how should competition authorities think about developments in these markets if they seek to support competition and innovation?
Ahead of the third game of this young season, Skylar from Stanley Cup of Chowder hops on the pod to go through the Bruins' offseason moves, their performance through one (1) game so far this season, and what we can expect when they roll into The Farg Wednesday night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Scott (@SHOTOFYAGER) and Lindsay (@LindsayTheOtter) break down Episode 4 of Survivor 41, the big blindside, whether the merge is coming, if there are too many idols, who is getting a "winner's edit" and even go over some rules of the game that are not often discussed.www.Patreon.com/ChallengeManiawww.ChallengeMania.Livewww.ChallengeMania.Shop
Lift. Move. Work. 3 simple tests for 1 simple competition that fits in the regular hour of programming in your affiliate. But what is it? Bill and Chase sit down and analyze the programming of this online event put on by the CrossFit Games and talk some possible foreshadowing for next years CrossFit Open.
Our guest, Kevin Burke of VetPay, introduces us to the payment processing industry and how it has evolved over time. We've touched on why consolidators should be looking at their payment processing statements every month and how VetPay has made sure to keep up with the changes, while at the same time providing their customers with lower prices, a high degree of transparency, and personal customer service.Topics discussed: Competition in the credit card processing space. How VetPay differentiates themselves from other payment processors. The biggest drawbacks and benefits of integration. Analyses that VetPay does for consolidators who come to them for advice on optimizing their consolidations. Benefits of interchange plus pricing as opposed to flat rates.
This week on Hubwonk (our debut video & audio edition), Host Joe Selvaggi talks with research analyst Andrew Mikula about the findings from his recent report, A Timely Tax Cut, in which he explored the relationship between state tax rates and policy and the direction of interstate migration. Guest Andrew Mikula is a former Economic […]
Lee Salz is a sales management strategist and author of a new book titled, Sell Different!: All New Sales Differentiation Strategies to Outsmart, Outmaneuver, and Outsell the Competition. In today's conversation, Lee shares what it means to Sell Different and how it will help sellers to win more deals at the prices they want. Specifically, how to win more deals at the prices you want when the differences between your products and those of your competitors are slight. Then we dig into the reasons why HOW you sell is equally as important as WHAT you sell. If not more so. Plus, why top salespeople know that putting their buyer's needs before their own is a key to their success. Connect with Andy: LinkedIn Sponsored by: ringDNA | Transform your sales team into a high-performing revenue engine | ringDNA.com BombBomb | Build better business relationships with video messaging | BombBomb.com Explore the ringDNA Podcast Universe: Sales Enablement Podcast Selling with Purpose Podcast RevOps Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on the podcast I am extremely excited to share a lecture I gave to Yale Gymnastics Team, where I was asked to speak to them about how to best prepare for preseason. We talked a lot about workload management, getting better recovery, sleep, and different tools and strategies for stress and class management. Anyone who's a gymnast and is trying to balance a busy life on top of the competitive season, this is really important for you to hear. Implementing some of these strategies could make a huge difference to your gymnastics and feeling mentally and emotionally more capable of handling the challenges of season.
Link and Angela are playing at the gym. Dee has wisely dispatched Link away from the shop during Dallas' training. Competition is fierce until Angela plays dirty and tickles Link. Link protests that this is unfair, and Angela apologizes while getting flustered by Link exposing his well-developed muscles. She admits her admiration of Link's body, and takes it a step further by grinding her hips against Link's. Link is overwhelmed, but doesn't want Angela to stop. Angela kisses him, only to be disgusted by all the sweat. When Link asks her how long she's felt this way, she replies honestly, but then skedaddles out of there. ***
In this episode, Brian and Josh discuss how tennis players can learn to enjoy the stress of competition. The co-hosts talk about the need to embrace the “battle” in competition, and ultimately enjoy it. Additionally, they consider how winning and playing in close matches can make an athlete a better competitor over time. Lastly, the topic of viewing your tennis game as a life project and focusing on the improvement process instead of on results can lead to more enjoyment over time is reviewed. To learn more about Josh and Brian's backgrounds and sport psychology businesses, go to TiebreakerPsych.com and PerformanceXtra.com. If you have feedback about the show or questions on the mental game in tennis, email us at TennisIQPodcast@gmail.com or use the hashtag #tennisIQ on Twitter. Don't forget to subscribe on YouTube or your podcast platform of choice (Spotify, Apple, Google, etc.) to stay up to date on future episodes!
Derrick Kosinski & Scot Yager are joined by Gabo.They also surprise him with a drop-in from his idol Mike The Situation.The Spies, Lies and Allies rookie drops by to discuss his time on The Challenge, his reality history in Hungary and Poland, why he looks up to Mike and MORE!www.ChallengeMania.Livewww.ChallengeMania.Shopwww.Patreon.com/ChallengeMania
How to make your company easier to run and immune to competition using 3 specific CEO habits. Simon Severino is the #1 speaker on agile strategy and agile sales. He is an Author, CEO of Strategy Sprints and Host of the Strategy Sprints podcast. He has interviewed powerhouse entrepreneurs like Rita McGrath, David Allen, Nir Eyal, Perry Marshall, Verne Harnish, Brian Kurtz and hundreds more on business, productivity and growth. He helps business owners in SaaS and Services run their company more effectively which results in sales that soar. He created the Strategy Sprints™ Method that doubles revenue in 90 days by getting owners out of the weeds. Simon leads a global team of Certified Strategy Sprints™ Coaches that help clients gain market share and work in weekly sprints which results in fast execution. As a member of SVBS (Silicon Valley Blockchain Society), he enables cross-stage capital flows and helps minimize execution risks in technology startups. His team is trusted by Google, Consilience Ventures, Roche, Amgen, AbbVie and hundreds of frontier teams. He is a TEDx speaker and has appeared on over 500 podcasts. He writes for Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine about scaling digital businesses. Website | LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram
In this episode, I'm sitting with photographer and educator Joel Grimes. We talked years ago and at the time, Joel started to build a new business based on educating photographers. “The more hours you put into it, the greater your result will be.” IN THIS EPISODE The inspiration behind Joel's business and what he learned early on.. Giving away knowledge and why it shouldn't be a threat to you. Repeating the same work over and over until you master it. The difference between A students and C students and why C students typically have an advantage. The importance of failure. Being willing to ask for and listen to feedback. The response we should have when faced with adversity. Where your confidence should come from. The power of 8. Getting your name out there and being consistent in the game. How to get to the top. Being able to adapt and change with the market. Why the money can't be the only thing that matters. The risk is worth the payoff. Connect with Joel Website: www.joelgrimes.com Workshops: www.joelgrimes.com/workshops Instagram: @joelgrimesworkshops Share this podcast with a friend and remember to leave a 5-star review! For more, visit jamespatrick.com
Have you ever heard of the phrase #CommunityOverCompetition? Well it's time to embody it and work every day to provide something valuable for your clients and build your community NO MATTER what your competition is doing. In this week's episode, I'm sharing some tough lessons that I have learned in getting really honest about my past struggles with competition in my community so you could stop worrying about your competition and start focusing on your own business. Check out the show notes for this episode here! I would love to serve you more! If you have any question, submit it here: www.taviaredburn.com/ask and I might answer it on the podcast! Oh and I would love to get your feedback on the podcast! Feel free to leave a review. This will help the podcast reach more people, so thank you!
As short-term rental hosts, we ALL want to build a listing that stands out from the competition. And we know that having the right photos is crucial in getting prospective guests to book.But what if you're not a professional photographer, and you don't have the money to hire one? Can you still take gorgeous listing photos if it's just you and your smartphone?Kati and Brian Greene are the Cofounders of Overlooked 2 Overbooked, a service that helps hosts optimize their listings to attract their ideal guests at optimal prices.On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Kati and Brian join me to share their top tips for taking photos of your property and describe how to choose the best ‘magnet photo' for your listing.Kati explains the optimal way to order photos in an Airbnb listing and Brian discusses how to take your listing to the next level by including experience shots.Listen in for insight on using guest reviews to improve your listing and learn how Kati and Brian can help you build a listing that beats the competition!Topics Covered Overlooked 2 Overbooked's virtual photo shootTeach host how to operate smartphone camera Guide through taking photos for listing on video chat Kati's top tips for taking photos for your listingLower camera to waist level and lift gazePoint camera parallel to floor (not down at furniture)Use rule of thirds for exterior shotsHow to choose the best magnet photo for your listingReview thumbnail photos of listings ranked above youChoose image that stands out from competitionHow to appeal to your prospective guest's lizard brainUse contrasting colors, include fun in photosMake guest trust you and feel safe in spaceThe optimum way to order your photos in an Airbnb listingStart with 5 best or most interesting featuresFollow up with room-by-room tour of propertyWide angle shot of room first, then detail shots Brian's advice on serving as an ambassador of your townAsk why people visit and what's cool about areaBecome concierge or expert re: local activitiesHow to use guest reviews to improve your listingUse guest comments for insight on what to featureCaption photos with quotes from reviewsHow to take your listing photos to the next levelSet up vignettes of experience guest might haveExample—people enjoying s'mores in fire pit Connect with Kati & BrianOverlooked 2 OverbookedFree Listing Assessment Resources Kati & Brian's eBookColor WheelLegends X 90-Day STR AcceleratorEmail email@example.com Sponsor Hostfully [Discount Code PAD] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you ever really engaged with yourself and figured out your truth? It takes getting curious and asking yourself questions about your beliefs, judgments, behaviors and more. It takes getting to know your conditioning vs. your truth. In today's episode, we're talking with repeat guest Andrea Owen, author of Make Some Noise. Andrea shares the questions she invites her readers to ask in her new book and what it means to be someone who makes noise. It may not be what you think! We also have a candid discussion about relationships and how difficult it can be when we are evolving and growing and our partner may not be in the same place. Andrea shares her own experience in her partnerships and how that has led to personal growth and evolution. Join me in today's episode as we discuss everything from handling differing opinions, how we've been conditioned for competition, women's empowerment, why a willingness to be uncomfortable can be healing and so much more. Getting curious and having the hard conversations is how you begin to make some noise! Listen to episode 364 now! In episode 364 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: [7:59] How working on a memoir is shaping how Andrea perceives memories [11:27] How to get curious about your conditioning vs. your truth [14:21] How a difference of opinion is not gaslighting and how to tell the difference [16:35] Why you need to stop allowing the brainwashing to make you small [17:57] Competition between women and why it manifests in various environments [22:48] How competitiveness is nurture and we've been conditioned to believe that's normal [25:13] Money and power and how they are related to each other [36:00] How women's empowerment is an act of rebellion and making noise [37:03] Being conscious of your reactions to people in similar work [39:14] Making pleasure a priority in our lives and relationships [52:08] Why communication and how we show up in conflict affects relationships [56:31] How a willingness to be uncomfortable is a pathway to healing [1:06:02] Personal evolution and how that affects relationships For full show notes and resources, head tohttps://untameyourself.com/podcasts/364 About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto Since 2013 I've been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught. If you've been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren't practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you're feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.
Emily Rupp of the wonderfully named Davy Jones' Locker Room, the brand new SB Nation Seattle Kraken blog, joins us for the first time to talk a little bit about the brand new team that's coach by our old pal Dave Hakstol. Emily also willed Brandon Tanev to score a goal with her mind on this podcast, so we might want to watch out for these Kraken folks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices