Dr. Jon Butterworth is a Professor of Physics at University College London. He works on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva. They are smashing particles together at extremely high energies and measuring what happens. Collecting data on these particle collisions provides information about the smallest and most basic components of our universe. Outside of science, Jon has two kids, and he spends most of his leisure time hanging out with them. He is also an avid writer and finds that writing is a good way to relax. At the same time, Jon enjoys activities like skiing and giving guitar performances. He received his B.A. in Physics and his Ph.D. in Particle Physics from the University of Oxford. Afterwards, Jon was hired by Pennsylvania State University to conduct postdoctoral research at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) in Hamburg, Germany before joining the faculty at UCL where he is today. John is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and recipient of their Chadwick Prize. He has also been awarded a Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society, an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, and a Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council Senior Research Fellowship. In addition, Jon is the author of the book Most Wanted Particle and author of a blog for The Guardian called Life and Physics. In this interview, Jon shares more about his journey through life and science.
This unique episode launches a new initiative. In 2022, the first episode of each quarter (starting with this one) won't feature a guest and will be education-focused. Jason will dissect a key element of your agency's sustainability, beginning with Jason's proprietary Prototype Components Model for Growth. Snag a copy of Jason's slide deck—the secret sauce for your agency's longevity—here: http://www.businessology.biz/show/128
Debby Moorman shares why business development became her career passion and why everybody is better at business development than they think. Find out why the sales label holds so many people back from growing their skills, how being helpful is the foundation for business development, and the aha moment that helped Debby become more effective than ever at building relationships with prospects and clients. Mo asks Debby Moorman: Tell me the moment when you decided that business development is something that you wanted to focus on. Debby fell into business development almost by accident when she was in college after taking a sales job one summer. The key realization was when she figured out that she liked helping people solve their problems, and that was when she decided to shift her focus to professional sales. Debby went on to a professional sales role out of college where most of the training was technical in focus. It wasn't until Debby moved into a national leadership role did she realize that business development skills are just as important as technical skills. That was when she became connected with Mo and the GrowBIG system. Now that Debby is consulting, the focus on business development is even more important. As a service provider, the reality is that you are helping your clients solve their problems, and that is the essence of business development. Companies tend to focus on technical training because there is often so much information to learn and such a large need for that information, businesses are incentivized to pay attention to it. An organization that wants to grow has to invest in its people beyond the technical side. Companies often throw structure at an issue in an attempt to solve a problem. Take the word sales out of your mind if you're just getting started with business development. Retool your brain to frame the conversation as a way of figuring out what the other person needs and how you can help. If you can do that, the conversation becomes less intimidating. Mo asks Debby Moorman: What is your personal development of business development? Business development is identifying high-value relationships, investing in them, and finding ways to bring value to those relationships. It's about matching what you have to offer with the needs of your market and customizing it for each person. Figuring what the client needs is fundamentally about asking the right questions and listening closely to the answer. The key in any conversation is that if you're talking more about yourself than you are about them it's not been a successful conversation. Debby's personal philosophy is if she can help the other person solve their problem, either with something she can offer or by pointing them in the direction of someone else who can help, then the day will come when she does have something that she can offer them. For an hour-long meeting, Debby prepares for at least double that time to make sure she deeply understands the person and the company she is meeting with. The more she can become a student of their business, the more she can make that initial conversation helpful. She will write out a handful of open-ended questions to get them talking and sharing about the challenges in their business. One of the biggest gaps in a good conversation that leads nowhere is that there needs to be a next step. The questions and preparation get the conversation going, but coming up with two or three paths that could lead to a give-to-get or a second conversation is the goal. The goal of the first meeting is to get the second meeting. You need a reason to get back together again. A good rule of thumb for a meeting is that the other person should be talking ⅔ of the time. One of the skills that Debby has had to work on over the years is the power of silence. We have a natural inclination to fill the space, but it's okay to wait. It takes practice to learn these skills but it's more than worth the effort. Mo asks Debby Moorman: What is your favorite science, step, or story from GrowBIG or the Snowball System? Debby's favorite science is the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument. The science behind what type of thinker we are is incredibly valuable. Most people have been through at least one kind of similar training, but they usually can't put it into use. With HBDI, that's not the case. The brilliant a-ha moment for Debby was realizing that you must assume that you have all four thinking types in the room when you're meeting with someone new, and you must tailor your conversation to appeal to all four types. The best part is that the system is easy to remember and put into practical use. HBDI basically says that there are four ways to think based on the physiological structure of the brain. Some people are analytical and some are relational, some are experimental and some are more practical. Components of your presentations and discussions should always touch on all four parts. Debby's second favorite principle is the idea of building it together. Spending time together to think through the various options, you aren't selling them something, you are helping them understand what they need and helping them get that solution. Building it together starts with the preliminary market research and understanding what's happening in their market, and then coming up with a few options for a possible solution. It can take multiple conversations and feedback to figure out the right option for them, but the goal is to match the right solution to the prospect's particular problem. The prospect is probably facing a near infinite number of choices in the beginning. This is the perfect opportunity for you to narrow things down and save the prospect a huge amount of time. During a conversation, Debby is trying to uncover which option would be the best fit, or whether a completely different option may be a better path. There is almost always something new learned during the conversation that changes things, but the goal is to always narrow solutions down and getting clarity on the best next step. Mo asks Debby Moorman: What is one moment around business development that you are really proud of? The current climate has been challenging, and there is one client in particular that she's working with right now that she's proud of. She had the opportunity to reconnect with someone she worked with 15 years ago that recently moved into a more senior role. She reached out to them, but with the way things are right now, she couldn't meet them in person and have a face-to-face conversation with them. What Debby was able to do was have a conversation with this person and simply learn about their new role. She started to hear things that indicated the company was going through a number of changes and was able to offer herself as a resource to be more successful in their new job. This led to more conversations and helping them with relevant research, and eventually getting connected with the CHRO. This relationship from Debby's past has developed into a conversation about how they can all work together. By cultivating a relationship with this person, Debby has opened the door to working with the organization in a deeper scope that wouldn't have been possible otherwise, simply by being helpful. For Debby, the commercial transaction is not a focus when connecting with someone. She brings a curiosity to the table that helps her uncover genuine ways that she can help and by following through, she adds value, builds trust, and creates a real relationship. Be helpful and honest, and the solution will happen. Mo asks Debby Moorman: If you could record a business development tip and send it to your younger self, what would it be? The bottomline is the idea of sales can be scary because we usually think of our worst sales experience and extrapolate that to everything. Debby's advice to her younger self would be to take a breath, and realize that it's all about meeting people and getting to know them, then helping them solve their problems. Changing the label from “sales” to “helping people and solving their needs” is a powerful mindset shift. People usually don't realize that they are selling everyday, they just don't label it that way. If you substitute “solve problems” for “sales”, you're probably doing it all the time. Debby tells the story of an earlier experience where her job was traditional sales, literally going door to door, and how by simply asking questions and identifying the needs of the company, she turned a no into one of the biggest sales of the hotel she was working for. Everybody already sells, they just don't call it that. When you substitute solving problems, you realize that you're already great at what you do, and if you plug in a process like the Snowball System, you can keep getting better at it. Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com email@example.com Debby Moorman on LinkedIn
This week on A Tale of Two Hygienists TIPisode we are joined by Spring Hatfield, RDH to talk to us about saliva, salivary diagnosis as well solutions you can offer your patients to keep their oral health in check! Episode Highlights The Bigger Picture - Quality Saliva Components of Saliva Risk Factors Solutions - MI Varnish, MI Paste Believe in your products Quotes “I like to have these conversations with the patient at the beginning of the appointment.” “Diet can alter saliva composition.” “We need to discuss these risk factors, and saliva composition with our patients, do not skip this part of the appointment.” “They believe the baby is stealing their calcium and that is not the case.” “Offer your patients a fluoride varnish, it's quick and easy.” “We have overwhelming evidence that fluoride varnish is beneficial for adults as well.” “If you understand your products, and why you are recommending them you will not feel like you are selling anything.” “You must believe in the recommendations you are making.” Links firstname.lastname@example.org MI Varnish: https://www.gcamerica.com/products/preventive/MI_Varnish/ MI Paste Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/mi.paste/ MI Paste Family Products: https://www.gcamerica.com/products/preventive/MI_Paste_Plus/index.php
Are you looking in the mirror and judging every lump, bump, and wrinkle? In this episode, the Savvy Psychologist looks at the 4 components of body image, and how we can change our minds about our bodies. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more psychology tips. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/ https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/subscribe https://www.facebook.com/savvypsychologist https://twitter.com/qdtsavvypsych
Mo asks Debby Moorman: What is your favorite science, step, or story from GrowBIG or the Snowball System? Debby's favorite science is the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument. The science behind what type of thinker we are is incredibly valuable. Most people have been through at least one kind of similar training, but they usually can't put it into use. With HBDI, that's not the case. The brilliant a-ha moment for Debby was realizing that you must assume that you have all four thinking types in the room when you're meeting with someone new, and you must tailor your conversation to appeal to all four types. The best part is that the system is easy to remember and put into practical use. HBDI basically says that there are four ways to think based on the physiological structure of the brain. Some people are analytical and some are relational, some are experimental and some are more practical. Components of your presentations and discussions should always touch on all four parts. Debby's second favorite principle is the idea of building it together. Spending time together to think through the various options, you aren't selling them something, you are helping them understand what they need and helping them get that solution. Building it together starts with the preliminary market research and understanding what's happening in their market, and then coming up with a few options for a possible solution. It can take multiple conversations and feedback to figure out the right option for them, but the goal is to match the right solution to the prospect's particular problem. The prospect is probably facing a near infinite number of choices in the beginning. This is the perfect opportunity for you to narrow things down and save the prospect a huge amount of time. During a conversation, Debby is trying to uncover which option would be the best fit, or whether a completely different option may be a better path. There is almost always something new learned during the conversation that changes things, but the goal is to always narrow solutions down and getting clarity on the best next step. Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com email@example.com Debby Moorman on LinkedIn
Our bodies are complex and our health has multiple facets. Thus it doesn't make sense for us to only pay attention to what we're eating- it's like only having one ingredient for an entire meal. Join me this week as I break down the puzzle pieces that I believe are the vital components to weight loss. Interested in working with me? Sign up for a free mini session! https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=18505613
GrowCast is coming to Oklahoma City! GC listener meetup scheduled for Friday, January 21st. Join The Green List to keep up to date on location and time! To wrap up Worldwide December and transition into Grow Gear January, we've got Photontek Lighting's Martim on the line all the way from Portugal! Martim joins the show for an incredible podcast all about grow light science, how horticultural lighting is manufactured, and the future of lighting. Martim talks about the European lighting powerhouse Lumatek, and how the company evolved and changed multiple times- including with the creation of Photontek. Martim goes on to discuss why he settled on the PTK designs that they have, and why things like component choice and spectrum determine how grow lights perform differently. He also gives a fascinating take on the future of grow lighting, insisting that artificial intelligence, or specifically machine learning, will be the key to understanding and unlocking the optimal processes of lighting and cultivating cannabis plants. *Join the Order of Cultivation. Community - Live Streams - Garden Support - Giveaways... Not to mention hundreds of hours of archived GrowCast TV episodes and Members Only Podcasts. Come join the CULTFAM TODAY* *Steve Raisner's Aquaponic Masterclass www.apmjclass.com EVERYTHING you need to succeed in aquaponics! Use code growcast for BIG savings on the best aquaponics course ever!* *Thicc canvas n thicc-er poles on ACI tents! www.acinfinity.com use promo code growcast15 for 15% off the BEST grow fans in the game, plus tents, pots, scissors, LED lights and more!*
Come along and spend the next hour with us talking about gravel bikes, adventure biking, bikepacking, bike camping, breaking down bike parts, or just playing bikes. We are going to talk in this episode about different bike components and how long they last comparing entry-level parts to premium performance parts. CutawayUSA offers premium cycling apparel born in the blue ridge mountains. Cutaway is an industry leader using innovative fabrics combined with clean, bold designs. Make sure to visit their website to see all the jerseys, bibs, neck gaiters, and cycling apparel and gear. Check out their website at http://cutawayusa.com When you reach checkout use the code GRAVEL15 to take 15% off your entire order. This offer is a special discount just for our listeners!
When I first started learning about heritage agave spirits, I misunderstood the labels that noted “puntas and colas.” I thought that meant that what was in the bottle was a blend of the heads and tails of a distillation — but in fact the heart of the distillation had been adjusted with the heads and tails. But, then … maybe I was wrong about being wrong? We look closely at the cuts in this episode of Agave Road Trip!Find extra photos and related links at agaveroadtrip.comHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Agave Road Trip by becoming a member!Agave Road Trip is Powered by Simplecast.
In episode 91 of the Customers Who Click podcast, I had an enlightening conversation with Brett Lane, a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Consultant. In this conversation, we talk about Google algorithms, how they've changed over the years, the direction they're heading in, and how to better optimize your website for search. We also talked about how you can use SEO to ensure the diversification of traffic to your website.
Coming to the terms with yourself that divorce is the right decision, is never easy. Sometimes, the road to that happy ending that we've all dreamed of takes a few wicked turns along the way—but choosing your happiness and your children's wellbeing, above all else, will always be an act of bravery. In this final episode of 2021, I'd like to give our listeners an update on the divorce process that I'm currently going through, as well as share all of the ways that I've been able to put to use all of the crucial and valuable information that has been discussed since the beginning of this podcast. In this episode, we discuss: ✅ Identifying if getting divorced is the best decision ✅ Throwing your excuses out the window ✅ Understanding divorce is a personal decision that no one else can make for you ✅ Overcoming the fear of divorce ✅ You're entitled to be completely happy! ✅ Components that can and can't be fixed in a marriage ✅ Divorce is not a failure ✅ Signs that the relationship isn't working for you anymore ✅ What happens next? The first step in the divorce process ✅ The key to a better divorce process ✅ The first person you should reach out to ✅ How to keep your emotions in check ✅ Mediation is the best option in most cases ✅ Making the best of your life ....AND MUCH MORE.....
A brief discussion about ITIL4 Each week, Jeffrey will be interviewing guests from the technology, Service Management, or Business Continuity leadership communities. Stay tuned as next week's show is one you will not want to miss. Jeffrey is the founder of Service Management Leadership, an IT consulting firm specializing in Service Management, CIO Advisory, and Business Continuity services. The firm's website is www.servicemanagement.us. Jeffrey is an accomplished author with six acclaimed books in the subject area and a popular YouTube channel with approximately 1,400 videos on various topics. Also, please follow the Service Management Leadership LinkedIn page.
Allen Wyma talks with Brenden Matthews, the author of the book Code Like a Pro in Rust. Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you'd like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Timestamps [@0:41] - Brenden's Bio [@1:30] - Where the idea to write the book came from [@4:32] - Pythonic, Rustacious/Idiomatic Rust and other coding style terms [@6:25] - Writing idiomatic code [@10:19] - Helper methods [@12:34] - From trait [@15:20] - Into trait [@17:00] - Errors in Rust [@26:59] - Other languages borrowing Rust's ideas for memory safety and no null type [@29:21] - Kotlin, Dart, Swift & Zig [@30:58] - LLVM, Swift & Rust and evolution of languages [@35:32] - Backwards compatibility in Rust [@39:00] - Experiences and the improvements in Rust [@42:44] - Components are added manually, but should they be installed by default? [@48:16] - Knowing when to use libc and adding a C runtime [@59:58] - Who Code Like a Pro in Rust is written for Other Resources Brenden's Blog Credits Intro Theme: Aerocity Audio Editing: Plangora Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset Show Notes: Plangora Hosts: Allen Wyma
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/somethingcamefrombaltimore JANUARY 15, 2021 On February 26, the venerated multi-instrumentalist and composer Joe Chambers will release Samba de Maracatu, a notable Blue Note Records return for a significant figure in the label's history. The album's Brazilian flavored title track “Samba de Maracatu,” which is available today to stream or download, was composed by Chambers and features him performing drums, vibraphone, and percussion with Brad Merritt on keyboards and Steve Haines on bass. The album is a nine-song set of original compositions, standards, and pieces by Wayne Shorter, Bobby Hutcherson, and Horace Silver. In the mid-to-late 1960s, Chambers played drums for numerous Blue Note luminaries appearing on some of the decade's most progressive albums including Shorter's Adam's Apple and Etcetera, Hutcherson's Components and Happenings, Freddie Hubbard's Breaking Point, Joe Henderson's Mode for Joe, Sam Rivers' Contours, Andrew Hill's Andrew!!!, Donald Byrd's Fancy Free, and many more. The label's owners – Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff – offered Chambers a chance to record his own album for the imprint during that fertile period, but he was riding so high on recording and touring with so many jazz greats that he declined the opportunity. Chambers eventually did release his own Blue Note debut Mirrors in 1998 featuring trumpeter Eddie Henderson, saxophonist Vincent Herring, pianist Mulgrew Miller, and bassist Ira Coleman. On Samba de Maracatu, Chambers asserts himself more as a mallet player, particularly on the vibraphone. Throughout the album, he uses the vibraphone as the lead melodic and improvisational voice that often converses with Merritt's piano accompaniments and solos. While Samba de Maracatu isn't a Brazilian jazz album in this strictest sense, Chambers utilizes various rhythms and indigenous Brazilian percussion instruments on several pieces, including the title track, which references the syncretic Afro-Brazil rhythms that were originated in the north-east region of Brazil. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim/support
Freedy Johnston and Brett Newski discuss over-isolating, internet avoidance, getting signed to a major deal, and why becoming a touring musician is terrible for your mental health. More on Freedy: http://www.freedyjohnston.com/ Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1 More on Newski: www.brettnewski.com
In this episode, Micah is joined by multifaceted career professional Emily Ransone. She is an Author, Business Owner, and EOS Implementer, among many other things as well! They discuss simplifying your business and life with a set of effective tools to help you focus and align with your greatest purpose.
Ever wonder how our brain creates habits? Today, we are talking with the Habit master, Charles Duhigg! Charles is a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, a best-selling author, a former New York Times Reporter, and current a writer for the New Yorker Magazine. His book The Power of Habit, was on the NYT Bestseller list for over 3 years and has inspired a generation to create stronger habits in their lives. He is also the host of the How To! Podcast. His other book, Smarter Better Faster is also a NYT bestseller. He is the founding host of the How To! podcast with Slate and the recipient of the George Polk award, the Investigative Reporters and Editors Medal, the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, and other honors. Charles speaks to a wide variety of audiences on topics ranging from how habits emerge and change within lives and companies to how idea brokers generate creativity. In this episode, we hear about Charles's childhood and his journey to becoming a writer. We'll discuss Charles' time as a reporter in Iraq and how his time there put him on the path to studying habits. We'll also hear break down the key components to creating habits, and how a place like McDonalds can unknowingly affect our habits! If you want to learn critical skills to create meaningful habits, keep listening! Sponsored by - Jordan Harbinger - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations Prose - Go to Prose.com/yap for your FREE in-depth hair consultation and 15% off. AthleticGreens - Visit athleticgreens.com/YAP and get FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Shopify - Go to shopify.com/profiting, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features Social Media: Follow YAP on IG: www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting Reach out to Hala directly at Hala@YoungandProfiting.com Follow Hala on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Follow Hala on Instagram: www.instagram.com/yapwithhala Follow Hala on Clubhouse: @halataha Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.youngandprofiting.com Timestamps: 00:47- Charles' Childhood and Journey Into Writing 01:26 - The Power of Habit Origin 01:57 - Working in Iraq 5:39 - Habits in the Military 6:05 - What is A Habit 7:05 - Anatomy of the Brain 9:00 - Difference Between Memory and Habit 9:30 - Components of A Habit 16:30 - Cravings and How They Relate to Habits 18:00 - Mcdonalds And Cravings 21:20 - Supermarkets and Habits 24:24 - Social Media and Habit Loops 27:51 - How To Change A Habit 32:03 - Keystone Habits 35:51 - Charles' Secret to Profiting in Life Mentioned In The Episode: The Power of Habit- https://charlesduhigg.com/the-power-of-habit/
The gloves are off. CJ and The Duke take on the ServiceNow industry's blind spot: deployment documentation.- What's at stake- Documentation value- Is it REALLY that hard?- Components of good documentation- What do other SERIOUS industries think?ABOUT USCory and Robert are vendor agnostic freelance ServiceNow architects.Cory is the founder of TekVoyant.Robert is the founder of The Duke Digital MediaSponsor Us!
As requested by our listeners, we dove into the topic of milk classes, components and the impact it has on your milk check. Dairy Stream host Mike Austin talks with Dr. Chris Wolf, professor of applied economics and management at Cornell University, about understanding milk classes and components, how consumer trends and exports have impacted it and the impact on your risk management plans. Thank you to BMO Harris Bank for sponsoring this episode. This podcast is co-produced by the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, sister organizations that fight for effective dairy policy in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C.
Kirk Miller, VP of Sales and Marketing, and Lawson Mollica, Public Relations Director. Hosted by Joe Castello. Online Race Industry Week 2021: 5 days, 55 hours of LIVE webinars, 150+ race industry speakers, 110 countries represented in attendance. Created by EPARTRADE and Racer.com Presented by ETS Racing Fuels and Penske Racing Shocks. Sponsored by AEM Performance Electronics, ARP Inc, & Motul.
What happens when a glacier dies? While it may occur over the course of decades, it can have devastating effects on the environment. Press play to learn: Why it is essential to consider the origin of an iceberg The regions that depend on glaciers to avoid drought The best lever we have to control climate change Ben Marzeion, Professor at the Institute of Geography and MARUM, shares his work as an oceanographer offering insight into glaciers and how climate change impacts them. It can be challenging to notice glaciers' status or health since their lifespan and changes can take decades or even centuries to observe. However, that does not mean that climate change has taken its toll. Since many regions worldwide depend on glaciers and ice sheets to regulate climate and provide sufficient water, the slow melting process may be the beginning of the end. One of the most significant threats caused by this is the quickening speed of ice sliding into the ocean, causing the sea-level rise and the potential shrinking of Antarctica. Visit oggm.org to learn more. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Today, we present our most informative and actionable podcast episode of the entire year. Return guest Alex Pyatetsky, CEO of The DJ Hookup, brings insider industry knowledge... to help us understand the supply shortages plaguing us all. If you appreciate those old-school episodes of the Passionate DJ Podcast, with highly-researched bullet points and teachable moments, you'll love today's show. We Talk About: ========================= ⓪① | 00:00:00 | Introduction ⓪② | 00:02:58 | Alex & The DJ Hookup ⓪③ | 00:05:08 | What's Been Happening (So Far) ⓪④ | 00:12:47 | Unavailability of Components ⓪⑤ | 00:17:25 | "Couldn't You See It Coming?" ⓪⑥ | 00:30:09 | Supply & Demand vs. Pandemic ⓪⑦ | 00:33:48 | How Society is Adapting ⓪⑧ | 00:38:20 | The Re-Opening ⓪⑨ | 00:42:30 | Freeze Austin, Fire in Taiwan ①⓪ | 00:44:36 | Industry Reactions ①① | 00:49:56 | https://PassionateDJ.com/merch
The 5 Components to a Successful Practice Episode #361 with Dr. Len Tau Do you want to be the person who loves going to work every day? With a few changes to your thinking, you can! In today's crossover episode, Kirk Behrendt and Dr. Len Tau talk about the five components you need to achieve a better practice and better life. A successful practice doesn't have to mean long hours, drama in the office, and no work-life balance! To find out how to overcome these challenges you may have, listen to Episode 361 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: Create a plan and stick to it. Have a function accountability chart. Use metrics and data. Surround yourself with the right people. Be clear about your core values. Have systems and checklists for everything. Quotes: “You don't have any rules. You can set your own rules. You don't have to go into insurance if you don't want to. You can do anything you really want when it comes to your dental practice. But it's amazing to me, over the years, how many people have not wanted to go into solo practice, and they wanted to join a group practice, they wanted to join a DSO, they wanted to be an associate. They don't want the freedoms that dental practice ownership allows.” (7:11—7:35) “Yes, running a dental practice is not the easiest thing. You have patient issues, you have money issues, you have staff issues. There are so many complexities to running the business. But it gives you the freedom that most professions don't give you.” (7:35—7:47) “Everybody's got to have a plan, an “A” plan, your one-page strategic plan.” (17:36—17:41) “You're going to run into what's called the ceilings of complexity, Dan Sullivan called that years ago, where you just can't do any more. And what you have to do as an entrepreneur is you've got to make them simple again. Now, “simple” is not “easy.” It's not. Simple requires thinking. It requires all of this. And on your plan, when you're thinking about your future as a dentist, it's got to be thought out really well.” (19:22—19:42) “There's never, ever, ever, ever, ever a reason to see a patient after 5:00. You can't give me one. Because if you see a patient after 5:00, that screams to me you don't give patients a good enough reason to come in the hours before 5:00, which screams to me also you don't value what you do.” (23:01—23:19) “You've got to have metrics. You've got to have KPIs (key performance indicator).” (25:20—25:23) “You're never looking for perfect. You're just looking for progress.” (26:48—26:51) “We don't have to be perfect. It's called dental practice for a reason — because you don't have to be perfect at it.” (27:24—27:29) “What's your PPV (production per visit) as a practice? You already know what it is. So, if it's $421 an hour, we're going to go to $435. It's not about money. A lot of times, it's about scheduling. It's about being a little bit more efficient. When you go over to $435, it has a dramatic impact to the rest of the formula.” (29:49—30:09) “A second [leading indicator to know] would be number of visits a dental practice has in a month, whether it be through hygiene, doctor, whatever. If you have 310, we go to 325. You're now multiplying those two numbers, which has an exponential impact on the outcome. (30:09—30:25) “It's very important to know your gross and net collections percentage. People always say, ‘Well, my collections are 100%.' Well, you're collecting 100% of what you could collect. But I really want to know the discrepancy between what your gross production is and your actual collections, because that tells me everything. Because you might be at 99% or 102%. That's awesome. But what you don't know is that your real collections percentage is 66%, which means you write off a third of all that you do — which means you work one out of every three days for free.” (31:09—31:42) “What I talk to people about is, ‘I'm so busy, and I take all these PPOs.' So, my thing to them is, ‘Well, look at the...
Chris has questions about TikTok (bing bong!), a bit of FU on why accessibility isn't treated as a first class citizen, Dave tries to find a good WYSIWYG editor, why does a repo get so many stars, and should you use all: unset on individual entities to clean things up?
Jesus promised that if we walk on the narrow road, it will take us in the direction of life. On Friday's podcast, we found that you could define life in terms of those things that are declining in a person who is in the process of dying. If you define life that way, and think of those things in spiritual terms-that's what spiritual life is. Let's dig in to that a little further today.
Inaccurate forecasts haunting you?Diego Panama, Chief Commercial Officer at LiveRamp, has dialed in his team's forecasting and they're experiencing earth-shattering results. Before, forecasts were iffy at best, but now the team is able to predict the outcome of deals with incredible accuracy. Their key to success? Focusing on the customer journey. This means forecasting based on customer signals rather than the sales team's actions.Not only does this method center customers, but it also leads to more accurate forecasts. It helps your sales team direct their energy and allows your executives to plan more effectively.Key Takeaways:06:06 - 08:01 Why forecasting is important, and the risks that come along with it09:16 - 12:35 3 Components to forecasting16:04 - 18:36 The challenges in forecasting19:26 - 19:59 Data Breakout: Forecast accuracy20:13 - 21:27 How to increase your forecast accuracy22:03 - 24:57 The importance of narrowing the gender gap in the workplace26:36 - 27:30 Micro Action: Understanding your sales cycleWant to explore Revenue Intelligence for your org? It starts here: https://www.gong.io/revenue-intelligence/Connect with Devin Reed: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devinreed/Connect with Sheena Badani: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheenabadani/Connect with Diego Panama: https://www.linkedin.com/in/diegopanama/
Episode 0665 - 7 Rays & the Mandala of Mind, II (Click on the above link, or here, for audio.) Comments on 7 rays, 3 chakra bands, 5 core-rays of self-consciousness, progressive levels of knowing (vidya) & 7-chakra development to awakening (Jnana, Nibbana) & realization of emptiness. Components of the Mandala of Mind: - Horizontal vs. Vertical: 3D space/time, physical, material vs. time/space,
Welcome to Thriver Thursday LIVE! In this episode, we're talking about all-things strategy. What it is. Why it's important. The 3 Components that make up powerful strategy. Too many women over-emphasize the importance of a TACTIC, while grossly underestimating the STRATEGY behind the tactic. Listen to learn the critical CEO skill of strategic thinking! >>Grab a copy of my brand NEW, 20-page resource: The Ultimate Scaling Guide: 4 Proven Strategies for Exponential Growth => https://www.judyweber.co Join the Joyful Scaling for Female CEOs on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/joyfulscaling
Today I want to answer a question that boggles the mind of so many money coaches, especially when they can't see the future of what money coaching can be. They've talked to people and looked around and thought “this isn't a scalable business.” I want to talk about HOW you can scale your business and share 4 high leverage components with you that will help you do that. Show Notes: https://www.wanderwealthypodcast.com/podcast/episode249 Hop on the waitlist for the Wealthy Coach Blueprint so that you're first to know when enrollment opens for the next round! The Client Attraction Content Matrix is here! Jump inside and get a year's worth of content in a matter of hours! (Hint: There's a special deal if you buy The Pricing Formula, first!) Feel frustrated with pricing your services? Join The Pricing Formula to help you start charging the right price! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and leave a review on iTunes. (It helps a lot!) Tess is the founder of Wander Wealthy and the lead Business Coach for Financial Coaches. She works one-on-one with her clients, through her signature program, The Wealthy Coach Blueprint, to help coaches create life-changing money coaching programs, find and attract their dream clients, and make more money and a greater impact in 90 days. Follow Tess on Instagram @tess_wicks
Today I am pumped to be bringing you physical therapist Kristi Barker from Saskatchewan. During this episode, she shares her story on how she dedicated herself to striving to give wholly patient-centered care, despite the healthcare system often creating obstacles in doing so, and we talk about the reason why she is on a mission to better the health and wellness industry with Reach Rehab. We dive into how powerful education can impact someone's life that we often overlook. Kristi and I talk about the importance of staying on the same page as your client so that they do not become lost or overwhelmed by what you are saying or doing. We then tapped into the invisible component that we the health and fitness professional should know and practice. Today, Kristi and I unpack:- The impact powerful education has.- Improving client care and accessibility.- How striving to be truly patient-centered benefits both the professional and the client. Don't forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. About Today's Guest Kristi Barker has a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan. She treats in-person at Stapleford Health and Rehab Center in Regina, Saskatchewan. Kristi created Reach Rehab during the pandemic with the goal of increasing access to physiotherapy and educating others on injury prevention. Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, she played Division 1 volleyball, and was a personal trainer. She is passionate, driven and focuses on keeping her patients active throughout their rehab journey. Kristi believes every individual is an athlete and prioritizes the treatment plan around their goals. Reach RehabKristi on InstagramKristi on TikTokKristi's YouTube Channel Join the Facebook community! Are you a new fitness entrepreneur looking to attract clients? Maybe you're looking to dial in your messaging? Or perhaps you're experienced and looking to scale your business? Head on over to Facebook, and request access to my Online Marketing for Fitness Pro
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical America has been using a packaging technology called RP System to protects products such as auto parts and electronics in Japan for many years. Now, the company wants to introduce RP System to production facilities in the U.S., and there's no time like a pandemic to make sure limited supplies are protected from moisture and oxygen damage.Follow Transmission on Apple PodcastsFollow Transmission on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Ironwill Bill Lessons Learned Bill Vanderheyden, Co-Founder and Lead Engineer of Ironwill Broadheads shares with us stories of hunting elk. #ElkHunting #Broadheads Iron Will Outfitters - High Quality Broadheads and Components for Bow Hunting
America is experiencing a shortage of Santas this Christmas season. In Norway, there is a new ad that depicts a man falling in love with Santa Claus. In The Daily Article for December 6, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison urges us to not be discouraged but to be instead salt and light, bringers of hope to the hopeless, and ambassadors for Christ this Christmas season. The Daily Article is written by Dr. Jim Denison and narrated by Chris Nichter. Subscribe to the newsletter at denisonforum.org/subscribe.
Mega deep dive on the topic of alcohol and it's many effects on the body from a sleep, weight loss, and reproductive perspective plus much more! Topics include: - Alcohol Overview - Alcohol Toxicity and Weight Loss - Social Component of Alcohol - Moderate and Heavy Alcohol Use - Alcohol Macronutrient Density - First Pass at the Stomach - DARE and SPARKS - Detoxification Episode - Email Newsletter - Share, Rate, and Review - Sleep - Don't Discount the N=1 Experience - REM and Cognition - Blue Zones Example - Reproductive Hormones and Alcohol - Hereditary Effects of Alcohol Use - Cortisol Considerations - Thyroid Hormone - Leptin Levels and Fluctuations - Metrics on Force - Damage Control - Different Types of Alcohol and Caloric Density - “Hair of the Dog” Technique - Alcohol as a Part of Our Culture ---------- Stay Connected: Website for Coaching Education: www.sammillerscience.com Instagram: @sammillerscience Audiobook for Coaches: www.Metabolismblueprint.com/audio ---------- Join the No Cost Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Facebook Group to grow your knowledge and connect with other like-minded individuals - https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative/ ---------- Check out Revive Supplements and Use Code SAM (or use this link and the code is automatically added to the cart) to Save 15% Off your Total Order - https://revivesups.com/discount/SAM ---------- Check out Raw Nutrition and Use Code SAM to Save 15% Off your Total Order - https://getrawnutrition.com ---------- Check Out Cured Nutrition and use code: SCIENCE for Free Shipping on Any Order - https://www.curednutrition.com ---------- Check Out ReviveDX Medical for Your Testing Needs Including the Dutch Test Mentioned in this Episode. Use Code SAM to save on your purchase - https://medicine.revivedx.com ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at email@example.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”
Episode 0663 - 7 Rays & the Mandala of Mind (Click on the above link, or here, for audio.) Comments on the 7 rays, core 5 rays of consciousness, progressive levels of knowing (vidya) & the 7-chakra developing path to full awakening (Jnana, Nibbana). Components of the Mandala of Mind: - Horizontal (3D space/time, physical, material) vs. Vertical (time/space, non-physical, immaterial, mind/
Components of a Startup Ecosystem Hello, this is Hall T. Martin with the Startup Funding Espresso -- your daily shot of startup funding and investing. A startup ecosystem is a network of startups, investors, and others who come together to foster startup formation and growth. It is fueled by talent, funding, and customers. In building your startup community, tap successful serial entrepreneurs to lead. Use their star power to capture attention and draw investors and startups to your area. Focus your efforts on the strengths of the local community and build startups in those domains. Develop clusters of startup activity to create density as it's the interactions between the startups, investors and providers that count. Foster collaboration with other startup ecosystems to share resources. Generate publicity for your ecosystem through events and articles. Metric your results by capturing the number of startups formed, funded, and exited. Building a robust startup ecosystem takes a decade, but the results will last many more years. Thank you for joining us for the Startup Funding Espresso where we help startups and investors connect for funding.Let's go startup something today. ___________________________________ For more episodes from Investor Connect, please visit the site at: Check out our other podcasts here: For Investors check out: For Startups check out: For eGuides check out: For upcoming Events, check out For Feedback please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Please , share, and leave a review. Music courtesy of .
MTB Podcast Episode 88 hot off the press! We begin with updates from Jeff after his trip to the Amazon and Jared after his tri, followed by Liam's sweet hardtail build. We also discuss the launch of Trail1 Components followed by a myriad of listener questions ranging from our thoughts on 27.5, Jeff's next bike & more. 00:00 Intro 01:47 Jeff's Trip to the Amazon Jungle 04:01 Jared's Catalina Tri Results 07:23 Liam's Why Cycles Hardtail Build 13:11 Trail One Components 16:18 Listener Questions Our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCczlFdoHUMcFJuHUeZf9b_Q Submit any and all questions to email@example.com Why Cycles: https://www.whycycles.com/
Wordpress plugins are part of the engine that drives your website. In order to get the most from that website, you need to understand what plugins are, how they work and which ones you should use. We talk about that in this episode with Tech Sensei, and everyone's favorite IT Guy, Larry Guerrera. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 521 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stuff – https://linktr.ee/antionandassociates 04:22 Tom's introduction to Wordpress Plugins 07:25 Components that make up your websites 11:00 Process to look for appropriate plugins 20:53 Three top plugins every Wordpress site should have 45:38 Membership sites made easy 48:17 Keeping your plugins updated 52:40 Checking website links to ensure they all work 56:20 Sponsor message 58:13 Reviewing a website's plugins and performance Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/ Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/ College Ripoff Quiz - https://imtcva.org/quiz Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - firstname.lastname@example.org Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/ KickStartCart - http://www.kickstartcart.com/ Copywriting901 - https://copywriting901.com/ Disabilities Page - https://imtcva.org/disabilities/ Pinterest Now Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/pinterestnow/ UpdraftPlus - https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/ Wordfence Security - https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordfence/ Yoast SEO - https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/ Akismet Anti Spam - https://wordpress.org/plugins/akismet/ Google Analytics - https://wordpress.org/plugins/search/google+analytics/ Pretty Links - https://wordpress.org/plugins/pretty-link/ Thrive Themes - http://bit.ly/1ufcPlw WishList Member - http://go.wishlistproducts.com/?p=WLP1197328&w=wlm Broken Link Checker - https://wordpress.org/plugins/broken-link-checker/ Email Tom: Tom@ScrewTheCommute.com Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Related Episodes Basic SEO - https://screwthecommute.com/469/ Marketing Tools - https://screwthecommute.com/520/ More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906 The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://screwthecommute.com/wordpressecourse/ Join our Private Facebook Group! One week trial for only a buck and then $37 a month, or save a ton with one payment of $297 for a year. Click the image to see all the details and sign up or go to https://www.greatinternetmarketing.com/screwthecommute/ After you sign up, check your email for instructions on getting in the group.
https://wholesoul.wpengine.com/donate/In Mind Body Spirit Fitness Episode #15, Marie Mohler and Jonathan William talk about connecting with the Breath of Life, the I AM Presence, Meditation, and Tapping into Something More inside us. Themes in this discussion include the Art of Creating Bridges between our Heart, Mind, Body, & Soul, being a Driver of your Vehicle, Ego Awareness and Heart Led Living, the 3 Components of the Breath, insights from Jonathan's book Pyramid of Presence, and more. Thank you for joining us! This is a beautiful conversation that anchors and reflects the many positive blessings and benefits of cultivating and creating these Bridges of Connection between our Hearts and our Minds in these times. Please Like, Subscribe, and Share with your Social Media Networks and Friends! Please visit us at: https://www.wholesoulschoolandfoundation.org Please donate to support our Good Vibes Broadcasting Mission and Projects:https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulschoolandfoundationYou can purchase inspiring WSSF apparel to wear and gift to others:https://www.bonfire.com/store/whole-soul-school-and-foundation/To contact us, please send an email to:email@example.comFor more information, inspiration, and service offerings by Jonathan William, please visit:Website: alchemicalaccelerations.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: JW Alchemical Instagram- jwalchemicalFor more inspiration offerings by Lacy Frazer and Marie Mohler, please visit:https://www.wholesoulsmastery.com For more information about Marie Mohler's Blog and her Soul Reading Services, please visit: https://www.frequencywriter.com or email her directly at: email@example.com Additionally, you can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Check out the following links. Twitter:https://twitter.com/SchoolWholeFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/wholesoulschoolInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/wholesoulschool/Buzzsprout:http://www.wholesoulschoolandfoundation.buzzsprout.comSpotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/0mqvqQdalV4KR1UR5EbPvjApple iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whole-soul-school-and-foundation/id1450850339iHeart Radio:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-whole-soul-school-and-foun-43072257/Google Play Music:https://play.google.com/music/listenLogin and Search ~ Whole Soul School and FoundationThanks for watching!***Disclaimer***None of the authors, contributors, administrators, or anyone else connected with Whole Soul School and Foundation, in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the information or conversations contained in our podcasts, blogs, products, or linked to our website.Additionally, the author and contributors to Whole Soul School and Foundation's projects, podcasts, blogs, and website materials assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this site. The information is provided on an “as is” basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness.Support the show (https://wholesoulschoolandfoundation.org/donate/)
Don't you wish converting was easy? IT IS! In today's episode, my friend Roshni Baronia will be joining me to talk all about how to stop leaving money on the table! Roshni will be sharing with us... 2 Mistakes people make while following up 3 Mindset blocks why people do not follow up 4 Components of an effective follow-up strategy Roshni Baronia is a certified Strategic Sales expert, award-winning entrepreneur, and Host of Ace the Sales Podcast. She helps busy business owners break through their income ceiling without adding any new marketing, tech, team, or stress to their lives. Roshi has a podcast called Ace The Sales, she is a TEDx Speaker, she is the author of How to Revolutionize Your Sales Mindset, and featured as one of the top 20 women consultants in India for 2020! We definitely have an amazing, accomplished woman in today's episode! You can find Roshni's workbook she is offering here: http://www.roshnibaronia.com/workbook/ Grab one of the limited spots remaining for the next round of Next Level Sales starting in January 2022!!! Book a call with Nicole to discuss NLS if you want to make sure it's the right fit >> https://calendly.com/healthystepswithnicole/chat-with-nicole-about-next-level-sales-programhttps://www.healthystepswithnicole.com/nextlevel
Episode 150 | What Every Cancer “Customer” Needs To Know PT 2 | We're Talking Shift | Loree Bischoff In this episode Chris Walk, author of “Chris Beat Cancer”, returns for more discussion with Loree on what every cancer “customer” needs to know. When Chris was given a time limit upon his life from his doctor, he took to self study and refused to accept what the ‘experts' said. As a result, and nearly 18 years later, he is thriving and teaching others how to become the experts in their own lives and take control of their health. In this episode, Chris shares his experience and views about: What his doctor erroneously told him his life expectancy would be How going rogue saved his life The power of belief over the state of your health Components of the “Beat Cancer Mindset” How the media sows fear to control you The truth about charities and the best way you can support and make a difference All that and so much more! Website: chrisbeatcancer.com Facebook – www.facebook.com/chrisbeatcancer Instagram – www.instagram.com/chrisbeatcancerYouTube – www.youtube.com/chrisbeatcancer To schedule a private coaching session with me visit LoreeBischoff.com. My book ‘Common Sense Happiness' is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2GIQOPF & you can get The Foodprint Plan here:https://bit.ly/2ORE8dP. Subscribe on YouTube for the latest videos: https://bit.ly/3lasF3e.
Positioning is the foundation on which your business is built. But most business leaders don't fully understand what good positioning is, let alone how to execute it successfully. In this episode, Chris talks one-on-one with April Dunford, widely regarded as one of the top minds on the subject matter. April goes through her 5 components of positioning that every organization needs to address including competitive alternatives, differentiated capabilities, value, segmentation, and market category. Thanks to our friends at Hatch for producing this episode. Get unlimited podcast editing at usehatch.fm.
When the going gets tough, the hopeful keep going. In this show, I'm bringing you a book review of "The Psychology of Hope" by Dr. Rick Snyder. Learn more about the three key facets of hope, why it matters, how we can lose it and, most importantly, how we can improve it. NEW!!!! Stay hopeful. Receive my morning mantras for FREE when you text the word DAILY to 512-548-2422. I will send you aspirational "love notes" every morning. HAPPENING NOW!!! Join the YES/NO Warrior Challenge and grab your FREE Challenge Guide and Tracker at https://schoolofrecovery.com/challenge