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This week on the eCommerce Braintrust podcast, we're talking about the incumbent and the challengers in ecommerce marketplaces and platforms. Kiri Masters gives a brief history of the changing relationships between Amazon, Walmart, Shopify and others, as well as their changing statuses in the marketplace. She tells the story of CartHook to illustrate her point about challengers, rebels, incumbents and disintermediation. Then, she gives advice on how to find your place in ecommerce and introduces the Bobsled research report entitled How Big Should Your Amazon Channel be? Make sure you tune in to find out more!
Your company doesn't exist in a vacuum. It's a push and pull relationship with competing companies. Ignoring key aspects of direct competitors is a misstep that can inhibit the go-to-market team and, ultimately, your success.Sudeep Cherian, Senior Director and Head of Global Product and Solutions Marketing at LinkedIn, discusses competitive enablement and how it helps his team win business. Sudeep covers:Internal team structure & collaboration tactics The difference between sales enablement & revenue enablementFinding & obtaining relevant intel on competitors Measuring success in relation with sales enablementThis is a #FlipMyFunnel podcast. Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Flip My Funnel in your favorite podcast player.
Heinz Marketing founder Matt Heinz is well known throughout the B2B marketing world for his work helping businesses to build predictable pipelines. But he's also gained a reputation as a community builder by virtue of his involvement in creating and growing the CMO Coffee Talk group. In this episode of the Inbound Success Podcast, Matt talks about what it takes to win with inbound marketing at a time when it seems like every brand is creating content. From how to create content that stands out and helps build a following and a reputation, to creating communities as a long term marketing investment, Matt shares lessons from his own experience, as well as examples of other brand that are doing it right.
Are you a competitive man?What if I told you that could be holding your back?When things in your life are rough, are you able to ask for help? Or, are you so competitive that YOU have to be the one to win, and you're unwilling to ask for help?Check out today's episode, and I'll walk you through how to be competitive but not to your own detriment. FREE ResourcesFREE QUIZ: Discover Why You're Stuck!Connect with Angelo & Alpha Hippie:Book a CallWebsiteInstagramFacebookFree Facebook Group
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In this episode, Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, hosts Erin Neal Enterprise Account Executive at Klue. Erin explains how to systematically approach objections to win customers who are talking with the sales team. The approach taught in this episode shows how to be collaborative rather than combative when approaching objections. Erin and Rebecca also cover how to provide sales with the tools they need to be successful in their objection handling with prospects. Klue is company that provides market and competitive intelligence software that enables competitor research and delivery of sales battlecards to B2B Sales teams.
Virginia's 2021 election is only a couple weeks away, so how are the competitive House of Delegates races shaping up? Chaz Nuttycombe is an election forecaster and the director of CNalysis. He reveals which incumbents that he thinks could be in trouble and the ones in competitive races who should be able to hold on. Support independent media on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/transitionva See more about CNalysis at https://cnalysis.comTranscript: www.transitionva.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TransitionVA/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/transitionvapodcast/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/transitionva Email: email@example.com
Today, we have another IIREC episode! This session is called Investing in a Competitive Multi-Family Market Hope you enjoy it! Don't forget to pick up your tickets to IIREC at www.IIREC2022.com.
In this unique 2-part episode of the show, Steve swaps his role as the interviewer for the show and becomes the interviewee as his buddy, Pat Fellows (Owner of Fresh Junkie & Host of Fresh Junkie Radio) sits down as the host and guides the conversation for this fun spin on the show. Here in Part 2 we get to learn about the more recents successes and happenings in Steve's coaching career, starting with the work he did as the coach to first-time US Olympian and Gold medalist, Brooks Curry in his rise to stardom this past summer. Furthermore, Steve has made a big career decision recently to step away from swim coaching and pursue a career in coaching on a much wider scale. In addition to discussing the value of goal-setting, a big part of the discussion in this episode is based around a concept Steve presents he calls "the minimum standard". Steve & Pat discuss the notion that through implementing a minimum standard we establish the expectations we must embrace of ourselves in order to pursue our potential, our goals, and our optimal self. If you enjoyed some of the talking points from both parts of this 2-part installment of the show, be sure to reach out and connect with Steve Mellor at Careercompetitorpodcast@gmail.com to find out more about the services he now provides in relation to a wide variety of coaching.
Some people back down from challenges, and some people go out in search of them. Meet the ever-inspiring Megan Thornell. Run a marathon? Sure! 2 Ironmans? No problem. Build slabs of muscle and step on stage? Let's do it. Follow Megan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meganthornell/ A lot of people want to get in shape. They work out hard and try to eat well, but are frustrated because they never get the results they were hoping for. We give you customized workouts, compassionate coaching and accountability, and a nutrition program built just for you that you'll love. You get the results you've always wanted, so you can enjoy your fitness without the stress of figuring it out on your own. Apply for coaching - https://www.digitalbarbell.com/contact-us Get free content weekly and access to discounts: www.digitalbarbell.com/join-our-email-list Get our Free Macronutrient and Calorie guide. Includes our ANTI-FAD nutrition basics cheat sheet: https://www.digitalbarbell.com/calorieandmacronutrientcalculator
Dozens of Montanans voiced their opinions Tuesday regarding proposed maps dividing the state into two congressional districts. Many are concerned that the districts will be drawn in a way that unfairly favors a specific political party — a practice known as gerrymandering.
Different is better than better. The key to standing out in a competitive industry is to do what your competition ISN'T doing! This takes innovation & creativity. Our guest today is your friendly, neighborhood marketing genie who helps women in business to market through innovation and creativity Ashleigh Chanel is a Digital Marketing expert, The CEO of Make Your Mark Digital Marketing Agency, and Founder of Mind Your Biz – The Premium Marketing Resource for Women Entrepreneurs. Over the past 10 years, She has consistently added monthly 5 and 6 figure revenue to her clients top-line — product, service, and local businesses alike. This is all done through organic and paid advertising with my simple foundational approach –– The Genie Method. This positions her clients as authorities in their industries, gains the trust of their ideal audiences, and builds highly profitable business. Listen NOW as we discuss, How To Stand Out In A Competitive Industry --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30minutehour/support
This week's podcast is about core vs. adjacency growth. This is a good framework for thinking about growth in digital businesses'.You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts.Most of this is a summary of work by Chris Zook at Bain's strategy practice. I am citing the books:Profit from the CoreBeyond the CoreMost all sustainable growth is based on 1-2 strong cores. A profitable core is centered on the strongest position in terms of loyal customers, competitive advantage, unique skills, and ability to earn profits.Six growth adjacencies:New customer segments:Micro-segmentation of current segmentsUnpenetrated segmentsNew segmentsNew geographiesGlobal expansionLocal expansionNew channelsInternetDistributionIndirectNew productsNew to worldComplementsSupport servicesNext generationJust new products / servicesNew BusinessesNew to world needsNew substitutesNew modelsCapability adjacenciesNew value chain stepsForward integrationBackwards integrationSell capability to outsideHow to assess an adjacency move:Factor 1: Adjacency is tightly tied to a strong core.Factor 2: An attractive adjacency market in terms of profit poolsFactor 3: The ability to capture economic leadership in that market. Competitive advantage as an attacker and then an incumbent.—----Related articles:Growth, ROIC / RONIC and Growth + Sales in Digital Valuation (Asia Tech Strategy – Podcast 102)An Intro to Growth and “Birds in the Bush” in Digital Valuation (Asia Tech Strategy – Daily Lesson / Update)From the Concept Library, concepts for this article are:Growth: Core vs. AdjacencyDigital Operating Basics——-I write and speak about digital China and Asia's latest tech trends.I also run Asia Tech Strategy, a podcast and subscription newsletter on the strategies of China / Asia tech companies.This content (articles, podcasts, website info) is not investment advice. The information and opinions from me and any guests may be incorrect. The numbers and information may be wrong. The views expressed may no longer be relevant or accurate. Investing is risky. Do your own research.Support the show (https://jefftowson.com)
Overview: Today, we're going to talk about Fawry - the Egyptian payments platform. We'll explore the Fawry story across 6 areas: Egypt context Founding and early history Fundraising & Growth Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning Overall outlook. This episode was recorded on October 17, 2021 Companies discussed: Fawry, Egypt National Post Office (ENPO), Helios Investment Partners, Raya Holding, Technology Development Fund (Ideavelopers), Arab African International Bank, HSBC, Alexbank, Banque Misr, Ebtiikar, Khales, Bee, Masary, Meeza, elmenus & Cashi (alsoug). Business concepts discussed: Payments Platforms, IPOs, Startup incubation, African conglomerates DFI (Development Finance Institutions) & FinTech monetization strategy / Personal Finance OS Conversation highlights: (01:20) - Fawry context (04:00) - Egypt context, startups, financial inclusion (20:59) - Ashraf Sabry background (26:38) - Fawry founding and early history (33:15) - Fundraising and early growth (42:38) - Fawry IPO (52:40) - Product strategy - products offered, UX (1:02:26) - Monetization strategy (1:07:30) - Competition in Egypt (1:15:07) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:23:45) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (1:33:00) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Chris Sacca on 20 Minute VC - Wow. Chris Sacca is amazing. I can listen to him talk for hours. Recommendation: Ben Horowitz - What You Do Is Who You Are. Great book about how to think about the tradeoffs when creating culture in a company. Has some awesome stories. Recommendation: Acquired episode on Oprah - Spoke about Oprah's legendary story. Wow Small win: Got ticket to Wizkid show later tonight in Miami. Good times Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Kanye West 2013 interview on Breakfast Club, Wizkid - Anoti & Keychron K2 Mechanical Keyboard Small win: Had crypto-curious friends over for dinner and now I'm crypto-curious Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback! Founders: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at email@example.com Investors: We'd also love to link up with you to drive the ecosystem forward. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes at Afrobility.com
Obscurity will kill any business. No matter how great your products or services are, if enough people don't know about them and patronize your business, then it won't matter. The odds appear to be stacked against small businesses in increasing their visibility. How can they compete against their larger, more established competitors when they have limited budgets for advertising, branding, and publicity? * That's where Colt Briner comes in. As the Founder and virtual Chief Marketing Officer of Scrappy AF Solutions, he levels the playing field for small businesses through digital marketing strategies. Small businesses don't need to have budgets fit for Super Bowl ads to become formidable competitors. * Instead, Colt argues that through creativity, ingenuity, and some grit work, smaller companies can “put some stank on it” and leverage free and low-cost digital technologies to revolutionize their marketing processes. As a former professional magician, he quickly learned the formula for attracting customers – engagement, communication, and entertainment. * Now, he combines those skills with his experiences as a startup executive in growing a business to a $1 billion valuation. In this episode, Colt shares six digital marketing technologies that startups and emerging small businesses can leverage to build, manage, grow, and scale their exposure. He also shares additional tools to support your company's back-office operations in executing these strategies. * There's no need to go rogue in your marketing efforts. Go digital instead and discover how your company can concoct its own magical potion for transforming its marketing team, processes, and technologies from scrappy to smooth. *
Delighted to have 2x Paralympic Bronze medalist Samantha Bosco join us to share her life story of overcoming numerous obstacles in order to reach her dreams. It is great to have professional athletes join the show so we can get more literal examples of the “athlete mindset”, but so much of Sam's story sheds light on the trying times athletes deal with, which is just as valuable as hearing about the successes. I believe athletes are at their most relatable when they open up about their hardships as we all encounter similar scenarios within our non-athletic careers Sam provides perspective on the need to make sure our dreams are able to evolve and adapt to the situations life hands us. Nothing about Sam's story demonstrates a loss of ambition, in fact I'd argue her adversities have made her more ambitious, but it is healthy to allow your dreams to evolve with these ups and downs. In addition, we are educated on the impact a strong support system can have from those we need to rely upon when the going gets tough, and the importance to prioritize these peoples opinions most and ignore distractions from those that don't know you as well. You can follow Sam on instagram & Twitter @sammiecranks and as always be sure to connect with us through instagram @career_competitor
This week I am joined by the tactical genius, Jael, from The Baconburgers Podcast, to answer a listener question. How would you build a competitive army list in Bolt Action? Rather than listing units and points, we dig into the topic from more of a philosophical standpoint. What is a good starting place and what are important considerations to remember throughout the process?
In this episode, we will be looking at the Halo Infinite Ranked and Competitive settings. Make sure you jump into our discord to talk about halo with us and get in some games! We are super excited about Halo Infinite. Twitter - https://twitter.com/haloinfinitepod Discord - https://discord.gg/aD5r26FDEK Listen to the latest Halo Infinite Podcast right here on YouTube. Make sure you subscribe and hit the bell to be notified when we go live! #Halo #HaloInfinite --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/haloinfinitepodcast/message
This week I'm joined by former collegiate swimmers turned crossfitters Hannah Mcgee and Sean Finly Fordham university alumni , and Elizabeth Gaspari who swam at Penn State. We get into how they initially got into swimming with all three of them having much different introductions to the sport. From there we get into their decisions to continue the sport into college and developing their competitive side. Like many life long athletes they discovered CrossFit as a way to continue that competitive drive and it continues to challenge them in ways past sports never have.Hannah: https://instagram.com/hmcgee_fitness?utm_medium=copy_linkElizabeth : https://instagram.com/elizabeth_gaspari?utm_medium=copy_link
In the fitness community, there's a common idea that achieving a certain amount of sleep is crucial for obtaining the results you want. In this episode, Aryan shares how this notion created trouble sleeping and how seeing that it was the struggle rather than the number of hours slept that mattered. Most importantly, when Aryan abandoned the struggle, he saw that nothing kept him from sleeping well and doing well with his fitness goals.
Mike, Hayden, and Devin recap what went down with at Gridlife's Final event of the year. Focusing on the highs and lows of Gridlife Touring Cup, Feras and his blistering fast C6 Corvette, and we dabble into how to keep a car on track all season and the developing process to be on the pointy end of the sport. We think you will like this one but let us know if you agree or disagree. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/professionalawesomeracing/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/professionalawesome777 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2950472345184860 Website: https://professionalawesome.com
The coolest guy in the firearms industry is also a big fan of the paddle release - Vince Mann of Walther Arms. Vince and Gun Talk's Ryan Gresham talk all things gun: Competitive shooting, the Q5 Match, gun rights, mag release paddle versus button, the Walther PDP, concealed carry go-tos, and more. Gun Talk Nation is proudly supported by Springfield Armory, Safariland, Hodgdon Powder, Armscor, Remington Ammunition, CrossBreed Holsters, Lockdown, and Smith & Wesson. Gun Talk Nation 10.13.21
In Part 2 of Josh Neighbors' conversation with Matt Weyrich of NBC Sports Washington, the guys discuss if Mike Rizzo will be aggressive or not in the free agency market this offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ready or not, we're starting the process of digging out from the coronavirus pandemic. What should you be doing right now…and how do you know if you're making the right move? For more life-transforming strategies and free webinars, visit: https://100DayChallenge.com
Using asymmetric marketing can help you stay agile in a highly competitive market, says David Koerner, the VP of Global Marketing for 75F. He and his team have found success by applying an asymmetric lens to their marketing efforts to attract and convert their customers. David believes that marketers need to think outside the box—he talks about examples from Burger King, Five Guys, and Southwest Airlines, where they targeted their audiences in unconventional ways to stay ahead of the competition. Hear more from David Koerner on this episode of The Kula Ring.
In this episode of Poorhammer, Brad and Eric go over their thoughts and impressions of Crusade in WH40k. The hosts have been playing campaigns for the past few months now and while it may not scratch the same itch as competitive play, they've found it to be a great palette cleanser. However that's not without its caveats, so stick around and join us as they prepare for Crusade! 00:15 - Intro 01:26 - Crusade Discussion 31:23 - Outro Show Links: Solely Singleton Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/ Solely Singleton Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SolelySingleton InkedGaming Affiliate Link: https://www.inkedgaming.com/collections/artists/solely-singleton?rfsn=4880595.65410f&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4880595.65410f Our Producers for October: Robert Bentura Taleno Daniel McKinnon Our Biggest Supporters: Phizzled Gwen Dekker Squerson Andrew Pope Spootyone JeFF Stumpo Our Supporters: Riku Ed Yoon Gbrell Kyle Melton Todd Krause Robbie Hardy Angelo Benedetti Connell Parish Chris Smith Christopher Capasso Logan Adams Landscape Matt Defisher Dan Consiglio Cory Graham Shawn Martin-Truesdell Lincoln Davidson LordFluffy KitsuneCurator Contact Information: You can interact with Solely Singleton by joining the hosts on discord and twitter to give input to improve the show. Feel free to email more detailed questions and comments to the show's email address. Your Hosts: Brad (DrRuler) & Eric (OnekuoSora) Brad's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrRuler Eric's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnekuoSora Show Email: email@example.com Show Website: http://www.poorhammer.com/ Edited by: Cactar Show Mailing Address: PO Box 70893 Rochester Hills, MI 48307 Licensed Music Used By This Program: “Night Out” by LiQWYD CC BY “Thursday & Snow (Reprise)” by Blank & Kytt CC BY “First Class” by Peyruis CC BY “Funky Souls” by Amaria CC BY
We take a look at the three things to overcome the FOMO that occurs when you see the one with the most information wins. Hi Everybody, welcome, my name is Grant. So you're growing your business and you're trying to scale. In fact, you even have the data, but you and your executive team might be missing out on profitable insights. Welcome to insight FOMO right. So hey, there was a book written back in 1997 by Stacy M. Clements. I love the title. It was the one with the most information wins. Interesting, right? And in 2012 Tim O'Reilly was an interview think he was talking about his were conference back then. Anyway, he made this comment. The comment was the guy with the most data wins in at the time I think he had referred to a you referred to back then the NBA, you know, the one with the most superstars wins, right? Well, today, the you know, the one with the most data wins in or is it the one with the most insights when right? You might have a lot of data, but you're not able to harvest the power of information out of it. Tim said something interesting, though, back in that interview, what is that? Almost, almost 10 years ago, he said, data is the source of monopoly power. That's interesting, you know, that sort of viewpoint course it means that it leans into the benefits of large companies, right? those organizations that have been developing massive databases over the years. So what does that mean to an SMB, right to a small to medium business that's trying to compete? Well, certainly others think about this, and there's a movement out there called Open Data movement. In fact, if you check out data.gov, you'll see a whole set of free data sets. I don't remember the latest number, but it's 1000s of free data sets that various groups produce and certainly, you know, you know, give away Well, and while some of them have value, I find lots of times it's difficult to contextualize it. For your specific organization. I think the aspirations are great, though. For for people, if you're able to leverage it, then then more parity, of course, I have found that there are three steps to help turn you around or tour turn your company around, as it comes to making data one of your greatest assets, right, let's say you've got insight FOMO, the FOMO is or the fear of missing out is that others are already leveraging and are competing, and maybe even be winning or beating you at this. So what are three things you can do to get in that game? Number one, it's start organizing your information today, right? Your data today sounds simple. But in a previous episode, I talked about some of the things that go into that, take a look at the episode called control your data, or it will control you and that talks about the things to do for this first step number one, number two, well leverage an analytics and AI platform that and the goal here is it's to use a platform that provides I'm going to get nerdy here, the summation of many AI models, because one of the problems when you don't have such a significant set of data, as you might have, let's say, of course, if you're a Google right or a Facebook or who who have you, then it means that you need to do a lot more analysis on this to find those good predictive behaviors on it. Alright, so it's critical that that you don't get caught up in the world of amusing the most accurate data model, you'll actually you lose money in your analytics if you take that approach. Alright, so number two, again, just reiterate, you got to use an analytics and AI platform that leverages and summarizes multiple AI models that helps your predictive behavior even on smaller data sets. And Firstly, As the SMB business owner, you're gonna want to do that. Alright, number three, so you're gonna want to leverage the experiences of analytics and AI teams that are already down the road. So AI is producing the foundation to leapfrog your competition. And in other episodes, I've talked about why what the level of effort is to take on the skills to become a data scientist, right? Or machine learning expert, right? 30, different skills and so forth. It's a lot of work. So don't do that, right. Okay, as the small to medium business owner, leverage the skill sets of others. So let's talk about what's at stake here. If you don't do those three things, and go after that, here's the FOMO part, Okay, I'm gonna lean into some FOMO. What's at stake here is we're trading off these benefits, we're trading off the ability to reduce operational costs. If you do this analytics and AI stuff, right? You actually will reduce operating costs, you're also going to trade off deeper customer engagement. So the ability to get better, customer segmentation is a critical part of this, you're also going to trade off innovation doesn't mean you can't innovate without analytics, and AI, people been doing it for years. But the rate or the pace of it, and the insightfulness of that innovation in terms of being a better predictability in terms of where you should innovate. That's where you're going to trade off. You'll also trade off some top line growth. McKinsey reported, I think this last year, they reported that 20% of the large organizations are increasing their sales Now, using AI. So top line growth is up for grabs. All right. And then last but not least, certainly least in my list here for right now. Competitive posturing, right. This is a leapfrog approach in technology today. And so yes, you will trade off that meaning you will not get as much competitive posturing, if you In fact, don't do the three things that I'd mentioned a moment ago, all right. But to reiterate, some of the tools and techniques right to do this are very expensive. And as a result, it makes it difficult to get the ROI that you need. So this is not about being customer centric. This is about being customer conscious. And that's a critical part of this. So if you're going to do this, make sure that you go after the three techniques that I've mentioned, otherwise, the costs will become prohibitive, and it'll be hard to get the ROI. And again, this is not, hey, we're going to be more customer centric, you can do that without applying these analytics and AI. But if you're going to be more customer centric, or excuse me more customer conscious, that means you're going to iterate on a more frequent basis, you'll be able to look at ways to pivot more as your customers are pivoting, right? You're the ability to anticipate emerging patterns in customer behavior. And a pivot while they're pivoting is key to this, right. So part of this is mindset got to be thinking that way, if that's an important part of your business. Now, this means that you're not only going to be applying analytics to your business, it means AI is informing those analytics. Now, many analytics, as you know, can be backward looking, right? It's a view of what got you to where you are. And that is a helpful view. But when you apply AI to those data analytics with the right platform, again, you're not only going to get the predictive insights, but you're also going to get the insights that are best for your business operations. It doesn't help as a small business owner, if you get some insights that cost so much or require so much change, that your business operations can't even afford to do that. So it's not about just having the most accurate model. It's about having the right model with the right level of predictive behavior that allows you to make incremental steps to move forward. So FOMO grows, of course, as we discover that the businesses around us are preparing the organizations to leverage these capabilities. And let the FOMO begin because that is happening. Now. At the end of the day, you know, the one with the most insights wins, as long as they act on them and stay continuously curious, that is the critical piece. So he can do insights, even if you do all the things I talked about here, but you don't actually act on it and put it into operations, then it becomes a moot issue. All right, everybody. Thanks for joining in for next time, fix your FOMO and start preparing for predictive insights to grow your business. Thank you for joining Grant on ClickAI Radio. Don't forget to subscribe and leave feedback. And remember to download your FREE eBook visit ClickAIRadio.com now.
The gang is officially back together again as Eoin, Ken and Murph gather around a big ol' Berlin kitchen table and record live in person like those pre-Covid days of yore. It's only bloody Synth Week Live from Berlin!! We chat to Dion Fanning and Gavin Cooney about the other cause for celebration today, Ireland's win against Azerbaijan, one which surely eases pressure on Stephen Kenny... for now at least. The win aside, the main headline from the match was the small matter of Callum Robinson's two goals, goals which led to some serious DM traffic for our football correspondent over the past two days. Plus there's Fairview Lady vs Mensch, Courtois going off script, and live show news.
Even before the pandemic, hiring came with its own set of challenges and costs. Now, there are additional issues to consider. If you're looking to hire right now, you'll need to overcome some of the challenges of today's competitive labor market. In this episode, we'll talk about best practices for finding talent. Copyright © 2021 ADP, Inc. All rights reserved. This content may not be distributed, reproduced, modified, sold or used without the written permission of ADP. The information is provided "as is" without any expressed or implied warranty, is based on generally accepted HR practices and is advisory in nature. This content is provided with the understanding that neither the presenters nor the writers are rendering legal advice or other professional services. Employers are encouraged to consult with legal counsel for advice regarding their organization's compliance with applicable laws. This material is current as of the date of this episode (October 11, 2021).
In the 46th Episode of the SWAV Podcast we are Talking about how to Stand Out in a Crowded Industry and Distinguish Yourself. Business will continue to get more Competitive and it's Important to put yourself in a position where you have a strong Advantage and that's what we are covering in Today's Podcast Episode.
Today, I’m lucky to have Bernie Thompson back on the show. Bernie runs Plugable which is a company that sells USB and Bluetooth devices all over the world. He has built his own tools in-house to manage his Amazon business and he also helps other sellers run Amazon PPC ads with his tool PPC Ninja. Because Bernie runs a large Amazon business in an extremely competitive niche, I invited him on the show to talk about the current Amazon landscape and how he’s navigating the shipping crisis. What You’ll Learn An in the trenches look at the current shipping crisis […] The post 375: Navigating The Shipping Crisis And The Ultra Competitive Amazon Landscape With Bernie Thompson appeared first on MyWifeQuitHerJob.com.
Tanner Jones, your host and Vice President of Business Development at Consultwebs, welcomes you to another episode of the LAWsome Podcast by Consultwebs. In today's episode, Tanner is accompanied by Carla Rydholm, Director of Product Management at Lex Machina. Together, they gather to discuss how the right data can give litigation attorneys a competitive edge in winning more lawsuits. This determines which clients to pursue, what claims to include in a complaint, and win the settlement among many other things. Key Takeaways: [0:46] Introducing data usage and litigation. [1:45] What kind of data can litigation attorneys use? [3:00] Case Study 1 on how data has given litigation attorneys a competitive advantage to win a particular case/ lawsuit for their client. [4:30] Digging into underlying cases. [4:55] Case Study 1 - how data has given litigation attorneys a competitive advantage to win a lawsuit. [6:00] How judges react to certain situations and cases in the past that pushes attorneys in the future. [7:18] How can data help attorneys find the right clients? [9:30] Carla discusses the strategy attorneys should follow to find out which cases to take. [10:15] Is there a way to use data to understand legal competitors? [12:00] What data points matter when trying to understand opponents better? [14:40] How individual personal injury firms can have a competitive advantage with data. [16:40] How individual mass torts/ product liability firms can have a competitive advantage with data. [18:00] Carla introduces Lex Machina's new project: Bankruptcy firms. [20:15] Carla shared bits of pieces of advice in regards to data for employment litigators. [22:44] One question Carla would ask herself. [24:05] Closing thoughts. Best way to contact Carla Rydholm: Lex Machina Website Lex Machina Contact Us Page Discover More About the Podcast and Consultwebs: Subscribe to the LAWsome Podcast by Consultwebs on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify Visit the LAWsome website Follow Consultwebs on social for legal marketing updates: Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin YouTube Learn more about Consultwebs at the links below. Law Firm Marketing Agency Services Law Firm SEO Law Firm Web Design Law Firm PPC Law Firm Social Media Law Firm Email Marketing Law Firm Digital Marketing Consultwebs 8601 Six Forks Rd #400, Raleigh, NC 27615 (800) 872-6590 https://www.consultwebs.com https://www.google.com/maps?cid=13646648339910389351
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In this episode of Poorhammer, Brad and Eric do a quick overview of the situation surrounding the competitive health of Orks and Grey Knights. Both armies recently got their 9th edition codices and seem to be doing well competitively, but many fans are unhappy with their internal balance. Join us this week as we run the math on why fans of these armies are calling for buffs and nerfs! 00:15 - Intro 01:12 - Point Value Discussion 19:22 - Outro Show Links: Solely Singleton Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/ Solely Singleton Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SolelySingleton InkedGaming Affiliate Link: https://www.inkedgaming.com/collections/artists/solely-singleton?rfsn=4880595.65410f&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4880595.65410f Our Producers for September: Robert Bentura Taleno Daniel McKinnon Our Biggest Supporters: Phizzled Gwen Dekker Squerson Andrew Pope Spootyone JeFF Stumpo Our Supporters: Riku Ed Yoon Gbrell Kyle Melton Todd Krause Robbie Hardy Angelo Benedetti Connell Parish Chris Smith Christopher Capasso Logan Adams Landscape Matt Defisher Dan Consiglio Cory Graham Shawn Martin-Truesdell Lincoln Davidson LordFluffy KitsuneCurator Contact Information: You can interact with Solely Singleton by joining the hosts on discord and twitter to give input to improve the show. Feel free to email more detailed questions and comments to the show's email address. Your Hosts: Brad (DrRuler) & Eric (OnekuoSora) Brad's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrRuler Eric's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnekuoSora Show Email: email@example.com Show Website: http://www.poorhammer.com/ Edited by: Cactar Show Mailing Address: PO Box 70893 Rochester Hills, MI 48307 Licensed Music Used By This Program: “Night Out” by LiQWYD CC BY “Thursday & Snow (Reprise)” by Blank & Kytt CC BY “First Class” by Peyruis CC BY “Funky Souls” by Amaria CC BY
Ryan used to drag race, Seth got warned by Brock Yates, and Scott doesn't understand what torque is. We talk with Ryan Finch, formerly Tire Rack Brad, about autocross, drag racing, the unfortunate demise of a Fiesta, and what keeps him racing. Flyin' Finch on Instagram Flyin' Finch on Youtube ------ Track Walking - Facebook Track Walking - Instagram Track Walking Chats - Group
Madonna Boclair Hanna had a successful career in the fashion industry at the corporate level. She retired as an award winning fashion marketing educator. Presently, is a motivational speaker, freelance writer, actress, amateur competitive athlete and she presently writes a monthly article for the Senior Scene publication chronicling her journey to the 2022 National Senior Games in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Madonna was selected as the January 2020 National Senior Games Association Athlete of the Month. Follow Madonna's progress on Facebook @madonnabhanna or Instagram@madonnafitfastandfabulous. Website: Dropkickthedrama.com. You may contact Madonna for speaking engagements at firstname.lastname@example.org Article about Madonna and her coach Video of Madonna's recent wins at the Washington State Senior Games is available at ialwayswantedto.net ********************* I want to get to know you better. Please fill out a 5-question survey at lizsumner.com/survey. Let me know when you're done and I'll send you a coupon code for my online course, 8 Steps to Launch Your Dream Life. (launchyourdreamlife.com) ********************* Opening Remarks My guest, Madonna Hanna, is a perfect example of why I created this podcast. She felt a desire to do something at a very young age and even though many years passed she never let go of the dream. Now some of us who have put things off until later in life off have to make some adjustments. I'm not going to be a ballerina at this point but I could take a dance class. We can get a version of what we always wanted but maybe not the exact thing we imagined when we were small. That's not the case with Madonna, and she has the medals to prove it. She didn't let injury stop her, or the death of her beloved coach. She is serious about sprinting but you can tell from our laughter that she is enjoying her life. There are some problems early on with her microphone. I apologize, and hope you agree that her spirit and her stories make it not that noticeable. For all of us who watch the Olympics and imagine being a champion athlete, I hope you enjoy this interview. Full transcript available at https://ialwayswantedto.net
Overview: Today, we're going to talk about BIMA - the HealthTech insurance company. We'll explore BIMA's story across 6 areas: African Health care status & context Helium Health founding and early history Fundraising & Growth Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning & potential exit options Overall outlook. This episode was recorded on Oct 3, 2021 Companies discussed: BIMA (Milvik), Kinnevik, LeapFrog investments, Allianz X (Allianz Group), Millicom, Digicel, China CreditEase, Jamii, M-Tiba, BlueWave, MicroEnsure & Gates Foundation Business concepts discussed: HealthTech (Healthcare technology), InsurTech (Insurance Technology), Telco partnership, geographical expansion & Health policy Conversation highlights: (00:45) - Why we're talking about BIMA Health (05:15) - African Health care context (05:58) - Insurance context in Africa (28:58) - Founder background - Gustaf Agartson (35:40) - Fundraising and early growth (45:10) - BIMA Health traction- markets, users, etc (49:50) - Product , go-to-market and monetization strategy (1:05:38) - Geographical expansion (1:07:36) - Competition and options for exits, M&A (1:29:52) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:37:05) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (1:51:04) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Vusi Thembekwayo (VT Podcast) episode Wealth & Wande Coal - Ololufe Small win: Noticed someone cited my MIT thesis on Smartphone Operating systems. Nice Other content: Life Expectancy stats (World Bank) Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Love Nwantiti by CKay & Everything is a Remix - Drill Sergeant Remix & Business Breakdowns Podcast - Sky Mavis Small win: Spent last weekend in Atlanta and Memphis visiting friends and family Other content: Africa Renewal - UN Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email email@example.com with feedback! Founders: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Investors: We'd also love to link up with you to drive the ecosystem forward. Contact us at email@example.com Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes at Afrobility.com
Anson Dorrance loves competition, and has spent decades understanding and creating relentless competitors in his teams. As the University of North Carolina Women's Soccer Coach, he has won over 1000 games, 21 NCAA Championships, and also led the US Women's National Team to the 1991 World Cup Championship. He has published 3 books (Vision of a Champion, The Man Watching, and Training Soccer Champions) and has a wonderful podcast where he interviews the best of the best: Vision of a Champion Podcast: https://ansondorrancesoccer.com/podcast/ He joined us as a presenter at the 2021 Way of Champions Conference, and we wanted to share this extraordinary session with all of our podcast listeners. In it he discusses the elements of the "UNC Competitive Cauldron," how to make your player selections more objective and less subjective, and so much more. You will want to listen to this once through, and then come back again for some notes. If you enjoyed this interview and want to access all of our videos from the 2021 Way of Champions Conference they are now available here: https://changingthegameproject.com/way-of-champions-conference-videos/ This episode is sponsored by GoodSport! GoodSport™ is a natural sports drink that delivers superior hydration backed by science with a delicious thirst-quenching taste. And what's really cool about it, is that it's made from milk. It turns out, milk is packed with electrolytes and has been shown to hydrate better than traditional sports drinks and water. GoodSport ultrafilters milk to remove its protein and harness its electrolytes, carbs and vitamins to provide superior hydration in a clear and refreshing beverage. GoodSport™ has three times the electrolytes than traditional sports drinks with 33 percent less sugar. GoodSport™ is lactose free and provides a good source of calcium and an excellent source of B vitamins. I really enjoy GoodSport™ but what gets me most excited is the brand's commitment to fostering a positive sports culture aimed at getting and keeping more people in the game. GoodSport™ supports athletes with naturally powerful hydration and celebrates the natural good that comes from sports. GoodSport™ – Grab the Good. Check it out at goodsport.com. This week's podcast is also brought to you by our friends at Sports Refund. Many of you probably buy trip insurance, every winter I buy ski pass insurance, to make sure that if I get injured I can get my money back on that expensive investment. Well, many of us spend thousands of dollars on our kids sports club fees, but what if they get hurt? In many cases you cannot get your money back, but now with Sports Refund you can. And it's not just for long term broken bones or torn ligaments. It is only a 14 day waiting period, so you even get a refund if you roll that ankle or pull a hammy! For just pennies on the dollar, you can make sure that if your child gets sick or injured and misses a month or more you can get your money back, or your club can get paid. It's a great product, just go to www.sportsrefund.com/game and get your free quote, and if it sounds good you can either get your club to sign up, or you can purchase on your own. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences. Thank you for all your support these past four years, and a special big thank you to all of you who become part of our inner circle, our patrons, who will enable us to take our podcast to the next level. https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions
We're just weeks away from hockey season and this week It's All Your Fault co-hosts Michael Gallagher and Megan Seling are joined by reporter and Nashville Predators expert J.R. Lind to discuss how the players are looking now that they've gotten back on the ice for training camp. Who stood out among the prospects? Which veteran players were looking ready to lead the pack through this “competitive rebuild”? And what does "competitive rebuild" mean anyway?Also discussed: Have the Nashville Predators burned a bridge with Filip Forsberg? That's the question Gallagher asked in a recent Nashville Post story.Plus: Early predictions! Will this team make the playoffs? Why or why not? And how could the rest of the offseason Central Division shakeups impact Nashville's success?
Keith Rabois is a General Partner @ Founders Fund, one of the most successful venture firms of the last decade with home runs in the likes of SpaceX, Palantir, Stripe, Anduril, Facebook, Airbnb, Nubank and many more. As for Keith, he led the first institutional investments in DoorDash, Affirm and has also led investments in Ramp, Trade Republic, Faire and Stripe. Prior to venture, Keith had the most stellar operating career, joining PayPal when their monthly burn-rate was $6 million; Keith joined LinkedIn, Slide and Square when they had no revenue. Fun fact, five companies Keith helped build are now publicly traded with market caps >$1 Billion. Three others have been acquired for greater than $1 Billion or are publicly traded IPOs. If that was not enough, Keith is also the Co-Founder and CEO @ OpenStore, acquiring small DTC businesses. In Today's Episode with Keith Rabois You Will Learn: 1.) How Keith first came up with the idea for Opendoor? How a conversation with Peter Thiel led to the founding of the first iteration of the company? Why did it take Keith close to a decade to pursue the idea fully, post having the idea in 2003? 2.) The Market: What made Keith so excited to pursue Opendoor from a top-down market analysis perspective? What does Keith look for in markets he likes to invest in? How did Keith expect the market to change and evolve? What did the market do differently to how Keith thought it would behave? 3.) The Business Model: With debt being the oxygen for Opendoor, how many homes did they need to acquire before they could prove they could price homes accurately? What were Keith's lessons from the first homes they bought? What did not go to plan? Why does Keith disagree, if macro hits real estate, Opendoor's model is challenged? Why does Keith believe it is stronger then? 4.) The Team: What does Keith look for in the founding teams he backs? How does Keith detect diamonds in the rough? How can teams systematically de-risk an opportunity with their experience? With the benefit of hindsight, what would Keith have done differently with the team? 5.) The Funding: Was fundraising for Opendoor always easy? How did the seed round go down? How does Keith feel today about pre-emptive rounds where little company development has taken place? Why did Opendoor decide to SPAC? Why not a direct list? Was this the right choice? What makes for the best SPAC partner?
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Mark Pattison is a Former NFL Player, Speaker, Mountaineer & Sports Illustrated Executive. 1:20 - Mark Pattison introduction. 3:20 - What is your definition of attitude? 7:49: - What was your attitude to get out of loneliness? Being the first NFL player to ever climb the 7 summits. New energy. New attitude. 12:56 - Profound story. 15:47 - Feelings of peace and reckoning? Getting unplugged. Meditation. Being in the mountains. 17:25 - Don James attitude? University of Washington. John Wooden. Competitive greatness. Sports Illustrated. Mount Everest. Stepping into the fear. Ronnie Lott. Do the thing with daily discipline. Commit. 22:01 - Close to death on Mount Everest. Building red blood cells. Waiting for the jet stream to rise. Death Zone. Snow blind. Stepping over dead bodies. NFL 360 Presents: Searching For The Summit Documentary. - https://www.markpattisonnfl.com 29:35 - Partnership with Higher Ground. https://highergroundusa.org 31:43 - Knowledge through the decades. What is the attitude lesson at birth? Wonderment. Leave it To Beaver. 34:00 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 10? Figuring out girls. Obsessed with the word "play". Classic gym rat. Rain in Seattle. University of Washington. 3 years of dark times. Going from the star to a nobody. Separating yourself from the pack. Having a winning program. 40:22 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 30? Building and reinvention. 41:45 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 40? 43:45 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 50? Worst day of my life. Ticking time bomb. Sometimes the worst thing can be the best gift. Divorce. 47:18 - Show close and message of hope. Finding your summit playbook. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEW
Peter & Aram preview the wild week in baseball. The AL Wild Card Race is incredibly close, and so are the NL MVP and CY Young awards. Joe West made a less than ideal call for Red Sox fans + a recap on the three-game sweep by the New York Yankees. Watch full episodes on Youtube (Like + Subscribe): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFqpzwtbGykGiJw2WGhQTxw Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Follow Just Baseball on TikTok and Instagram: @justbaseballfans Personal Twitters: @aramleighton8, @peterappel23 Check out the Just Baseball Collection of T-Shirts on BreakingT: https://breakingt.com/collections/just-baseball Please leave a five-star review and a written note if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts!