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Successful Life Podcast
Is the Trades Industry Sexiest? Uncovering the Truth | Shreya Nagwani

Successful Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 71:40


00:00:00] Corey Berrier: Welcome to the Successful Life Podcast. I'm your host, Corey Berrier, and I am here with Shreya. I mess everybody's name up, Shreya, but I actually think I said your first name right?  [00:00:15] Shreya: You did. Congratulations.  [00:00:18] Corey Berrier: Lu. I usually mess up like Bob's name. Like, I don't know what it is. I don't know what it is. I don't know. [00:00:25] Corey Berrier: But anyway, dude, I'm so glad that you're here. I'm super glad to get into this conversation with you. But first Shreya, tell everybody a little bit about who you are. Whatever you would like to tell them about you and take it. Take  [00:00:39] Shreya: it's away. Awesome. Well, first of all, thanks for having me, Corey, and inviting me on the show. [00:00:44] Shreya: A little bit about me is I work with Joe Crisara at Service mvp. I was in H V A C as a comfort advisor, and he trained me in the field I fell in love with H V A C and operations and processes. So, I started working with him, and now I help companies all around America, Hawaii Canada, and Australia, find solutions to implement processes at their business, reach their goals, and completely change the culture of their company. [00:01:17] Shreya: And it's very rewarding for me. And it is my dream job. So it's a little bit about me. That's  [00:01:22] Corey Berrier: awesome. Yeah. So also I need, and I don't want to steer the conversation too far, but I do wanna congratulate you on it. Being eight years sober. It's a super big deal. Thank you. You're very welcome.  [00:01:36] Shreya: Thank you so much. [00:01:38] Corey Berrier: So you mentioned that you, I assume obviously travel a lot as, as well as work with people all over the club base. You've traveled all around, you implement processes. What would you say is, your favorite thing that you implement as, as far as your processes and or systems go  [00:01:54] Shreya: with processes and systems? [00:01:56] Shreya: I would say the basics of, you'd think that, at most companies they were, there would be some sort of sales process with the technicians or the maintenance techs. There's usually none at all. It's. You know, there's no communications training. They're, you have no idea what they're doing. [00:02:16] Shreya: They're just free-ranging it. So it's the classic benchmark in the home sales process that Joe does. Because the main part of it is one thing called Magic Moments. I don't know if you've heard of that, but it's building the client's self-esteem and a sincere way where you are telling the truth is very important. [00:02:34] Shreya: Because people buy emotionally, you know, and reflecting the, changing the technical into the emotional. So no more ratings and over-technical jargon. It's, you know, this is the effect the system has on your family to keep them a healthy and safe type of thing. So I think the basics of that because once you change [00:02:55] that, It completely changes an entire company. [00:03:00] Shreya: The revenue, the happiness of the employees working there they start to love their jobs because at the end of an appointment, they're, I remember when I started doing it, at the end of every appointment, I was laughing, drinking coffee on the couch with my clients. And I had the best. I loved my job. [00:03:19] Shreya: I started loving people when I started connecting with them in this way. So I hear that a lot from technicians all around America where they get emotional when say when they talk about their job and the people that they meet. So it becomes something a lot more than money, you know? [00:03:39] Corey Berrier: Yeah. Because when money is, you know, when you're thinking about, when you're thinking about the money, you're thinking about, you know, how much the job's worth. , you're missing the point. And ultimately customer knows what you're there for. They know if you're there to charge them a bunch of money that you shouldn't be, they can sense the incongruency in your body language. [00:04:03] Corey Berrier: They can sense the incongruency in your tonality and maybe they don't know that, that they can pick up on those things. In fact, most people don't know that they're picking up on those things. They just know you're not their person. Right. They don't really know why. Right. So it's not Yeah it's not selling. [00:04:23] Corey Berrier: It's interesting cuz when I think when people think about sales, they do think about the slime ball car salesman or the slime ball car salesman. Right. I don't even really think that most car salespeople are slimeballs. I just think that's the adage that has been played in people's minds for so long. [00:04:41] Corey Berrier: Totally. That we have to fight against that. that bs, is part of the reason I love working with people in the trades because they experience the same stuff that salespeople experience. Right. They experience, oh, it's just a plumber. Oh, it's just a whatever, where it's just a sales guy. It's the same thing. [00:05:00] Corey Berrier: Right? Totally. We get truly exactly the same.  [00:05:02] Shreya: Totally.  [00:05:04] Corey Berrier: And so I can relate to, I can relate to that, which is why I love working with contractors. Anyway, I don't know. I got off on a little bit of a tangent there.  [00:05:13] Shreya: That was perfect. mean, it's spot on. It's, is it sales or is it service? It's like this is just great service. [00:05:20] Shreya: Great service, naturally. turns into sales, you know, when you're focusing on the process, on serving those people. I'm a servant when I'm out there on the field to give them custom and relevant solutions for them and their family and giving them the freedom to choose and taking the time to get to know them and just being sincere and pure in my motives. [00:05:43] Shreya: And the result happened to be a lot of money because, the service is so high, you know? [00:05:50] That's right.  [00:05:51] Corey Berrier: And the intention, it, the intentions, everything. And I think it's a lot of what we're talking about here. And it's not about, really the truth of the matter is you really shouldn't have to sell. the product or service. [00:06:01] Corey Berrier: Once you get to the house, you do need to connect with the person. You do need to, and when I say connect with the person, let's be clear. Don't ask 'em, you know what, how the weather is outside that is not connecting with the person. Exactly. That's a filler BS question that everybody knows is just a BS filler question. [00:06:18] Corey Berrier: And so you can ask the sales question, so it's like a dead red flag if you ask a stupid question. So totally. Maybe don't talk as much. Look around and observe and figure out something that actually you can relate to and talk about that. Right. And that's just one example,  [00:06:36] Shreya: but go ahead. [00:06:36] Shreya: Totally. About their children, and their family. That's the easiest one, cuz for me is I really do care about that. That's something I know that if somebody has a family, that's something that I care about. I care about the health and safety of their family, so it's really easy for me to find sincerity there personally. [00:06:55] Shreya: So I go straight to that. Thank you so much for taking the time out your day, taking the day off work to meet with me so that you can make sure that your family is safe and healthy. There should be more people like you out there. That's sincere. You say that to somebody. People have started crying, I swear people have started there because people don't talk to each other like that anymore. [00:07:18] Shreya: That's right. It's shocking to them that somebody would look them in the eyes, say that with all sincerity and make them feel good about themselves. Oh, thank you for appreciating me, kind of thing, and acknowledging that and actually listening to me. It's so sad. How I can tell that's so rare for people in their lives. [00:07:39] Shreya: Whenever I do that by, based on their reaction, I can tell how much they don't get that, you know, and that raises their self-esteem. People with high self-esteem pick better solutions for themselves and their families. That's a scientific fact if I'm gonna pick something cheap, it's because I don't feel like I deserve it the premium one. [00:08:00] Shreya: But if I feel good about myself, it's like, yeah, you know what? We are a good family and I do work really hard. I deserve hospital-grade air in my house. Yeah, I do. You know, it's that simple.  [00:08:12] Corey Berrier: I totally agree. And I believe, and it drives me absolutely nuts when I hear companies that won't, that don't use financing like that is, I think that is the craziest thing. [00:08:23] Corey Berrier: Right. I know, you're like, at the end of the day you're literally, and I'm not saying this from a company standpoint like you're. , you're not providing a service for that customer that truthfully, probably 75% of them are gonna  [00:08:37] Shreya: take. Yep. And that's why your close rates are at 30%, and 20%. Cuz you can only reach [00:08:45] 20% of people with the options that you have. [00:08:48] Shreya: It's not accessible to the masses. So how to increase your close rate is one. You learn how to talk to different types of people, not just the easy ones, but everybody, no matter what their culture, their background, whether they're in a trailer or a mansion, you care about all of them and give them all consistent service. [00:09:08] Shreya: And two, you offer to finance and give them the opportunity to even have the possibility to get the job. As you said, it's most people in America, need payments on an investment like that. Do you know? Absolutely. It's crazy. Still no financing. I most It's crazy.  [00:09:28] Corey Berrier: Yeah. And it's crazy. And what we hear is, well, I don't wanna pay the finance fee. [00:09:31] Corey Berrier: And I'm like, you're already paying credit card fees. What do you mean? Like Is it really that much? Wait a minute, you're making a profit, right? You're making money on the job. Right? So is your, you really wanna just say, screw the finance company and their fee so you don't make more money. That just it does not add up in my  [00:09:48] Shreya: the brain. [00:09:49] Shreya: Also increase the price. If you're offering more service, that's okay. If you're offering that is a service that you started offering at your company to your clients, that's what price is based off of is value of service. Right? If you have 24 7 service now, when you didn't before you raise your prices to meet up to the labor that it takes to do that. [00:10:14] Shreya: that, that's totally okay. That's totally ethical to do. You just pay for it. The client pays for the service to have the payments. That's,  [00:10:24] Corey Berrier: and they're happy to pay for good service because they know the good service. They don't have to worry about that. It's just like you have, you pay car insurance, so you don't have to worry about if you get into a rat. [00:10:34] Corey Berrier: Granted, most states make you pay it, but even if they didn't, most of us would have car insurance because we don't wanna have to pay for our car if we wreck it. It's the same  [00:10:42] Shreya: thing. Exactly. It's the same, it's peace of mind. Yep.  [00:10:46] Corey Berrier: Yeah, absolutely. It's a hundred percent and time. Alright, so I want you to walk me through one of the things that I want you to walk me through is your call by call process like [00:10:58] Corey Berrier: Yeah. Here's what I wanna understand. I want to understand how it works. In the house, walk me through. Okay, so you've got a comfort advisor. He has a group of technicians under hi underneath him that hopefully are working well together. How does that look when the technician gets to the house and at what point do you pipe in through, I'm assuming Zoom. [00:11:19] Corey Berrier: does that work? Can you walk me through that?  [00:11:22] Shreya: Yep. Great question. I like this question cuz it's the perspective of when they're in the house which is what, I don't get asked that a lot, but it's an important question to picture what it's gonna look like. So the technician goes in the home and the technicians and the customer's point of view, it's [00:11:40] just like normal, right? [00:11:41] Shreya: He's going through his his process, asking his questions, doing his diagnosis, most importantly, building his relationship, spending the time with that client, right? And this whole time, a call by call manager. A call by call coach, a quality control manager. Everyone has a different name, they wanna use, but whatever is on the backend, right? [00:12:06] Shreya: Actually in an. On let's say service tighten for example, just because that's a good example cuz that's the best I've seen in how to use it because you could watch everything happen in real time on there. So one is the technician is checking in with the quality control manager. They know on their list of calls with all these technicians, which ones are like most likely to be turnovers, right? [00:12:30] Shreya: So he's prepared for that in advance. Also, they're communicating with him throughout the call to update the quality control manager. So when it gets to the point of offering solutions, repair solutions is when you would find out it's a turnover or not. So our process specifically is the client. [00:12:52] Shreya: The whole point of it is with the technician, they get a lot of commitments on replacement before they turn it over. It's not, I just wanna see some options. I don't know. It's not that it's, they're saying no to the repairs. And actually when I was doing it, they were saying yes to replacement before they saw the options. [00:13:12] Shreya: Yes, I wanna go ahead and replace it. When can we get it done? Well, whoa. Well let's look at the options first and make sure that we have something. We're almost like slowing them down, right? That's why I believe in process because when they communicate in a certain way, that is the result. [00:13:27] Shreya: Scientifically, psychologically, they're selling themselves, right? We're not trying to convince them to do anything. So when it comes for the turnover, he builds more scarcity calls in the call and says, Hey, I know you're really busy. , but I have this client here, you know Corey, and oh my gosh, he's such a cool guy. [00:13:46] Shreya: They do a magic moment right there, you know, while they're introducing them. It's so beautiful. I love this process. And then they, once they agree to it we hop on Zoom and I do a Zoom presentation of the options while the tech technician is sitting there still with the client, because they're the one that built the most rapport. [00:14:04] Shreya: They need to be there the entire time. And you know what's funny is what happens when the technician does it right? I know if they did it right or not. When they look over to the client looks over to the technician and asks them, which one should I choose? , yes. It was consistent, like my best. [00:14:26] Shreya: What that I knew were tight on the process and he's whatever's best for you and your family because we're at the, we're not pick the premium, no, [00:14:35] whatever's best for you and your family. You know what's best for you and your family, you know what I mean? Statistically, they're gonna pick mid plus or premium. [00:14:43] Shreya: That's just the statistics of what they usually pick with this sort of process. And so the, basically, the point of this process is two things. One is you are a sales coach to a group of technicians. It's not enough to anymore, this is the pass. We have technology. We don't need to oh, this guy isn't doing the process, or he is doing something wrong on his option sheets. [00:15:05] Shreya: Let's hold the training next week. , that's how it is Now with call by call, it's no, we're correcting it and we're training while you're building them before they're even shown to the client to eliminate the possibility of the job being done wrong in the first place. It's better service for the technicians and for the company and for the client because it's faster and more efficient. [00:15:31] Shreya: It, they're not spending hours longer waiting for that comfort advisor to come out. And then the other thing, it's scalable. So I can close five to six calls a day more, you know, is I can do that all day. If I'm going out to each individual house, I usually did, you know, three or four calls a day type of thing. [00:15:51] Shreya: It would take a really long time. So one better communication with the team. Instant and constant sales training and a scalable process to where you can close a lot of different calls every day. It save on gas and overhead. It's one of my favorite processes for sure. So you  [00:16:11] Corey Berrier: have That's, that was great explanation by the way. [00:16:16] Shreya: Okay. I was hoping I, like you get ,  [00:16:18] Corey Berrier: you no, you did great. You did great. So essentially you, this is one, one of the things that drives me the most nuts is, I know, and I don't know the exact percentage, but you might of what? I'm gonna say it's probably 70% that once that service technician, the way it used to be, once that service technician left the house and there's a two, a three, a four or five hour gap between the selling technician to getting there, to get there. [00:16:47] Corey Berrier: I'm pretty sure it's around a 70% chance that you're not gonna sell that customer. Oh, yeah. Once that technician leaves. So it always bothered me that process always it is the most backward thing to me I've ever seen. I don't understand. I don't get it. I don't, and I guess it processes Correctly. [00:17:08] Corey Berrier: Like what you're telling me it makes so much sense, right? It correct. I, it, I can't believe that everybody's not doing this, but. Say I don't know why.  [00:17:19] Shreya: I don't know why they're, I know why it's been secret. To be fair, this has been a process that has been mastered by, some of the most respected companies in the trades, [00:17:30] right? [00:17:30] Shreya: It's something though that has been always very mysterious to people. There's not a lot of content and training about it because I think that, you know, maybe it's it was just secret is this is the thing that we like to do, that we scaled with. But thank I, I mean, thank God the culture now and the trades is about sharing, you know, it's about this works for us and there's enough for everybody, so here you go. [00:17:53] Shreya: And so we're starting to see that a lot more now, I think in the last couple of years, which is why people know about it.  [00:18:01] Corey Berrier: That makes sense. So let me ask you this, I wanna go back real quick. So when the service technician, do, they always jump on Zoom most of  [00:18:08] Shreya: the time. The quality control manager, and the call-by-call manager. [00:18:13] Shreya: Yeah. With the customer. Yeah. Yeah. That's, that is essentially the goal to get to. But some people start out with how I started out. I was still doing it in person. I just, basically, we had a performance group and I had better communication with the technicians or I go with them on the whole call if I don't have any calls myself. [00:18:34] Shreya: If it's the slow season, I'm not at a call and riding in the truck with a technician. There's no excuse. I should not be sitting around in my truck or at the office. I got told off by Joe about that. I was like, I don't, they're not giving me any calls and it's so slow. And he gets off your ass. [00:18:53] Shreya: Why aren't you? There are clients. So nobody on your team is on an appointment right now. And he had me go to every single call throughout the whole day late at night. I mean, with the technicians to be a real part of the team, give real service to them. It's crazy. And let  [00:19:11] Corey Berrier: I ask you the side, the byproduct of that is you built an unbelievable relationship with every technician that you  [00:19:20] Shreya: rode with. [00:19:21] Shreya: Oh my gosh. was like, yeah, it's where I, anything I needed that's a leader too, is that's what I learned about leadership, because, you know, I think about I was a 20-year-old woman. Running the team of technicians in my first year of H V A C. Like they're . That's pretty, I had to . Yeah, . So they're like, who do you think you are telling us what to do is ju you know, all those pro. [00:19:49] Shreya: That's the reason why I earned my respect to them, to where it came to a point where I could tell them anything that I needed. And they're like, yes, sir. I mean, they're like little soldiers kind of thing. So, and there was no issues with culture or getting them to do what I really needed them to do because I learned how to communicate and be a true leader and do everything I'm asking them to do and realize that leadership is, I'm a servant to these guys. [00:20:15] Shreya: I'm here to service them. I'm here to, you know, make sure that they do the best they can. Any mistakes they make is my responsibility and it's [00:20:25] on me. That is what I learned about leadership from Joe.  [00:20:29] Corey Berrier: That. And that is, oh, I agree with that wholeheartedly. So also it gives you the opportunity to really listen to what they're saying about it, it doesn't even have to do with work. [00:20:41] Corey Berrier: Right. In fact, that's where you really win that person over the confident person in you. Yeah. Is by taking the time and listening to whatever maybe they have going on. And maybe you don't care, maybe you could care less what it is, doesn't matter. But as long as you're listening and you're paying attention and responding accordingly lots of times people just want somebody to listen to them. [00:21:03] Shreya: Yeah. Yeah, cuz it gets shut down. You know, they don't, they're, or they're scared to communicate the truth. I'm like, what's really going on? Do you know what's really going on? You could talk to me. And they're open about it and they feel comfortable and because of that, I could also hold them more accountable. [00:21:21] Shreya: And they don't get offended or sensitive. They know because they know my intentions are to help them and that usually what they do, what I need them to do to help them, they benefit from it. It's always about that, you know? So that's what they start to build that trust. Cuz they have evidence that every time, I'm like, Hey, you know, we're gonna do this cuz it's better service and just trust me on this. [00:21:46] Shreya: Just try it a couple of times. That's all I'm asking. They try it, it works, it, you know, the proof of it working. And then the more that happens, the more that they're coming up to me and asking me what to do. They're asking me for more training. They're saying, we wanna go to total immersion, you know? [00:22:06] Shreya: Well,  [00:22:06] Corey Berrier: I bet you also are the first to say, I made a mistake.  [00:22:11] Shreya: Yes. Which is hard. I mean, that was really hard. It is hard. That was a really hard one because I'm not like naturally the most humble person. That's my. No. So the, it's the hardest part is yeah, learning, humility, and leadership and being like, you know what? [00:22:31] Shreya: Ugh, you, you can't do that cuz I didn't train you correctly. This is on me. It was really hard to start doing that. But the more I started to do it and the reactions I would get, I was like it started to just make me feel really good. And I enjoyed it, but it's always very difficult at first. [00:22:48] Corey Berrier: You and I both have had some similar experiences in our life that have prepared us. to recognize these things, to recognize when, and I'll savor me when my ego is taken over when Corey wants to make the decision. Or I want my outcome, or I won't fill in the blank. And when that happens and I'm not thinking about other people, things go sideways for me. [00:23:16] Shreya: Absolutely.  [00:23:17] Corey Berrier: And we learned, for me, I've had to learn a [00:23:20] lot of hard lessons. I still learn hard lessons, but I'll tell you one thing that, that I am grateful for is for the ability to be able to recognize when things are my. And because it's not always been that way. It's not, I've not always taken responsibility. [00:23:38] Corey Berrier: In fact, most of my life I didn't take responsibility until about 13 and a half years  [00:23:43] Shreya: ago. Yeah, specifically 13 and a half years ago, .  [00:23:48] Corey Berrier: Yeah. And it wasn't necessarily my choice. Like it was a choice, but it wasn't a want Mitchells.  [00:23:53] Shreya: An illusion of choice. You, it's it's this or, you know, [00:23:57] Shreya: Yeah. Complete this thing that's unthinkable. Yeah. Yeah. You have to at a certain point.  [00:24:01] Corey Berrier: We already mentioned that you're eight years sober, so I got, I want to ask you I wanna say again, that's such a big deal. It gets to be a lesser of a big deal as the years rack up. [00:24:10] Corey Berrier: But what, you know, can you just maybe take us through a little bit of that story? Cuz I know nothing about the story at all, so I'd love for you to take it, whatever you're comfortable with sharing. I'd  [00:24:22] Shreya: love to hear it. . Yeah. Yeah, that's absolutely fine. I definitely, I've shared a little bit about it. [00:24:28] Shreya: Like I, I did impulsively on stage at Profit Rocket because I really wanted them to understand the depth in what we do. It's not just, oh, I make a bunch of, no, this is this is something very deep what we do. It seems like it's not surface level. And I just wanted them to know and tell the truth to them that, you know, like I've been homeless in my life. [00:24:51] Shreya: I've been a drug addict in my life, you know? I had terrible relationships with everybody I knew. I, and I was gonna die at a certain point, where my dad was planning my funeral. That. That's what happened. And that's important to know is people kept saying, you should share a little bit about that. [00:25:11] Shreya: And I was like, oh, it's just it's dramatic and it's shocking. So I just feel weird. Oh, by the way I was a drug addict for most of my life and I almost died. I was homeless. And then, you know, and then I found refuge in in service, in spiritual practices, God, for me personally. [00:25:35] Shreya: And in a complete lifestyle change, basically. Just like what you talked about, it was, I had two choices is I'm gonna die, and I've always been full of excuses and blaming everybody. For all of my problems. And I it was almost like a spiritual experience in a way where I all of a sudden something happened where I was like, oh my gosh, I am, I'm either gonna die or there's I had hope. [00:26:05] Shreya: For some reason that I could change my life because I met a couple of people that have done it. That's the only reason is my mom is the same way as [00:26:15] me, right? She had been a, an alcoholic and drug addict her whole life, and she went to jail and she left us, you know, at a young age and all of that. And she got sober and visited me and just, and shared. [00:26:30] Shreya: Her experience with me about how she changed her entire life and she's devoted her life to service and helping people and working and contributing to society and all of those things. And I followed her footsteps, basically. I got a chance and I took the chance very seriously, like my life depended on it, and really have been doing that ever since, for eight years straight without any vacations. [00:26:56] Shreya: It's a lot of hard work for me to stay diligent about what I do, which it's all self-development is, no matter how tired I am, is I just, I believe that service is the purpose of my life especially when I'm out there, you know, not at work, not getting paid for it, just to do it. [00:27:17] Shreya: That's how I've stayed sober. I could say that's the most important thing and how I've stayed sober is relationships with people and trying just to be as unselfish as I possibly can over the last eight years, you know? So it's hard. It's hard cuz it's so natural. It like naturally comes up. [00:27:40] Shreya: Selfishness, self-centeredness. Fear is big, you know, and I have to basically have faith that I just tell myself, Hey, I've had proof in evidence in the past throughout the eight years that everything turns out okay as long as I do the right thing and I don't mess it up, . And I just think back to that and then I'm like, okay, let's just keep going then  [00:28:08] Corey Berrier: and you're, you are right. [00:28:09] Corey Berrier: You're absolutely right. So interestingly, you said something interesting, you said, well, as long as we don't get in the way, and as long as we don't try to control things, so I'll share this is a, I can't share a ton of detail about it, but you'll get the context of it. Let's just say over the last 35, 40 days, this shit I'm getting ready to tell you has happened. [00:28:31] Corey Berrier: So I've been trying to get my daughter, she's not biologically my daughter, but I've raised her since she was four. So she's basically, she's my kid, right? . And we got a call from C P S. Yep. And Bobby, obviously I didn't have anything to do with me or I wouldn't be sitting here telling you that. [00:28:49] Corey Berrier: Probably, yeah. . So anyway, it has something to do with her her biological dad and I can't get into too much of it cuz it gets into slander and all that shit and whatever. Sure. Yeah, but here's the point of me bringing that up is that I've tried to, to, and the word control is well, control is [00:29:10] appropriate in this situation. [00:29:11] Corey Berrier: Not control, like control every move of somebody. That's not the control I'm talking about. Just right. Trying to get things to fit the way I need 'em to fit or the way I think they need to fit so they turn out the way they need to turn out later in life. My daughter I'm talking about here, right? [00:29:28] Corey Berrier: In other words like discipline and so on and so forth. And it's been challenging. And the reason it's been challenging is cuz I got away from the relationships that you and I just talked about. I got away from that place that you and I that where we got sober. And. until these, there was a slew of other things that happened in the midst of all of this garbage with him. [00:29:52] Corey Berrier: And so a lot of stuff has been uncovered and the reason it's been uncovered is because I finally I thought I was gonna lose my mind and so I, I literally didn't have any other choice than just to ask God to fix it, to ask God to show my wife the things that I needed her to see so I could not think I'm losing my mind because it's felt like I've been also have h adhd. [00:30:18] Corey Berrier: So there sometimes there are lots of times shred that I can see five or six steps ahead lots of times. And this is why I'm really good at what I do, because I know when you're getting ready to make a dumb mistake. Right. I just know I may not be able to tell you exactly how you're getting ready to make it, but I know if you make this move. [00:30:38] Corey Berrier: It's gonna go sideways. If you make this move, it's gonna go right. Yeah. And so the same experience a absolutely right? Yeah. And it's, you can't you can't teach that. You can't teach experience and exactly. Not a right. So, so I had to just thank God that I got back into where our relationships are, the relationships that we're talking about, because it has given me a it's given me a new outlook on how to go about things because I've been playing God. [00:31:12] Corey Berrier: Yeah. And my way doesn't work. . You would think I would know that by now, . But clearly  [00:31:17] Shreya: not. I'm always back and forth on it too. . It's that's why it's work. I mean, it's real work. It's not just, I've decided this and it's like this forever. It's on a daily basis. I have to ask myself certain questions like, how important is this life to me and how much work am I gonna put into keeping it? [00:31:38] Shreya: is, the reality is, would I be willing to give away all of the things that this life has given me in order to keep? It actually has to be the question for me, because sure, that's not the case. It's, you know, it's not the case. I don't have to give up my career, my car, all my nice things that I got, you know, all the cool stuff. [00:32:00] Shreya: But if it came down to it, I would, in a heartbeat, I would in a [00:32:05] heartbeat, . And anytime that the question is, no, I wouldn't, there's a problem is my motives aren't right. I probably don't feel very good. I don't quite like people that much in that moment. You know this, and I'm ungrateful for everything that I've gotten. [00:32:20] Shreya: And there's no poison, like un like in gratitude. That's right for drinks, it's poison. And that's what, anytime I feel bad or anything, or I'm frustrated, it's, I'm ungrateful. I'm just I'm really, sometimes it's very, it goes down to very simple things like you said. It's well, you just, I just gotta trust God right now. [00:32:41] Shreya: That's it. Let it go and trust God because this is not something that I can manage. There's a lot of things I can do, and I take action when I can and when I should. And the rest of it I have to, you know, trust that something bigger than me is gonna take care of it. And whatever way that it does that is the right thing. [00:33:06] Shreya: Yes. Is it's, that's hard. That's real faith because you don't know what it's gonna be. . And  [00:33:14] Corey Berrier: that's the thing though. And it's, and that's just it, right? For people like you and me, we want to know the end result. Yesterday.  [00:33:22] Shreya: Oh yeah. . Right? That's why I love processes and operations so much because they're all like formulas where if you do this, you get this result. [00:33:34] Shreya: It makes me feel so safe inside. I'm like, ah. It's always the same no matter what, where your company is. What kind of people you, no, seriously. It's almost like insane that I see all these different companies from these different places that they all think they're different. we're different. Here's why. [00:33:52] Shreya: and we're different than human psychology and science, right? . And as soon as it's implemented, it's like surprise. It's the same as as everyone else, and there's a lot of comfort in that. I think that's a big reason why I like it. It's so predictable. You know, I think,  [00:34:11] Corey Berrier: yeah, I think a lot of the reason that people stay in the same, doing the same shit over and over is because, and I'm sure you'll agree with this, a lot of the people that we work with or our clients, their dad handed their business down or their grandpa handed their business down and grandpa told dad, this is how we do shit. [00:34:30] Corey Berrier: Dad told you this is how we do shit. And you're still doing shit. Grandpa did it.  [00:34:34] Shreya: Right? Right, exactly. Yeah, because that's  [00:34:38] Corey Berrier: how granddad did it. Granddad's been gone, dude. He's 150 years old.  [00:34:44] Shreya: Right. And that might have worked back in the day one and two, if anything, back in the day, probably the service. [00:34:52] Shreya: Was even better. Like maybe, I don't know. That probably I could imagine that back in the day, two [00:35:00] generations ago, it was, you know, with hospitality and kindness, no cell phones, no social media you know, maybe service was 10 times better than the grand  [00:35:12] Corey Berrier: zero generation zero doubt. It was 10  [00:35:15] Shreya: times better. [00:35:16] Shreya: I've never thought about that before.  [00:35:17] Corey Berrier: Interesting. Well, so I, you know, I don't know how old you are, nor am I asking, but, so I'll be 45 years old in March. And like I re I'm not that old. At least I don't, he myself as that old. But I remember, like I grew up, also grew up in Mayberry, so that probably doesn't help this case. [00:35:33] Corey Berrier: You, you may not even know what Mayberry do you know what I say Mayberry. Oh my god. The Andy gr Have you ever heard of the and Andy Griffith show?  [00:35:41] Shreya: Yeah. Yeah. That's Mayberry. Oh, okay. That's where you're from? Yeah,  [00:35:47] Corey Berrier: that's where I'm from. . Yeah, I know. So why did I say that? Why did I tell you that? What would I just say before that? [00:35:54] Corey Berrier: Adhd. Sometimes that happens. What was I just saying before that ,  [00:35:58] Shreya: we were talking about service and where you grew up.  [00:36:01] Corey Berrier: Oh yeah. Yeah. So yeah, so there was like a little convenience store right at the corner and like we would go in there and you know, talk to the owner and hang out and yeah, it was exactly like you would picture it was 35 years ago. [00:36:15] Corey Berrier: Like totally you know, there was no credit, like people had credit cards, but like the store would just say, oh, you don't have the money. Yeah, just get us. So when you come  [00:36:23] Shreya: back, you just pay because we know your parents and we know your family and we see you every day. And yeah, it's the anti-social nature today is why, I mean, programs like ours exist is like people don't know how to talk to people. [00:36:40] Shreya: People don't know how to display and express emotion is terrifying to them. That's what we teach people to do. And it's funny, once they do that it changes their life. I've seen people cry when they graduate, total immersion because it's much deeper than that and they don't even know it. It's not just about HVAC and talking to clients. [00:37:03] Shreya: It's a lot deeper than that. It's how you talk to your wife, your children, your family. , you know how you communicate with them and let them know that and reassure them that you love them and you care for them. And here's why. And how could I be of service of you to you and how could I actually listen to you when I get home? [00:37:25] Shreya: These moments, these relationships make up their life, right? The most important people in their lives. That's why people cry because they realize that, oh my gosh, this is how I should be talking to my wife. And then they start to think about the ways that they talk about their wife now, or talk to their wife now and maybe they ignore half the stuff she says and they're on their phone for three hours when they get home and they haven't seen her [00:37:55] cuz they've been working three days. [00:37:57] Shreya: That's a reality. And I relate to that too. That's how I know . I relate to that. Well, guess what?  [00:38:03] Corey Berrier: If you don't have somebody at home that can help you, you can't work three days straight. So that's like your biggest team member should be like, who, if you wanna call partner or wife, whatever it is. [00:38:15] Corey Berrier: Totally. Look I couldn't do the things that I do without my life. And I know most business owners couldn't do the things they do without their life. Exactly. I have a question. So I, I wonder if part of that reason when you just said that, you said they realize when they graduate they realize these things and these things are clicking. [00:38:34] Corey Berrier: I wonder if it's also because this is the first time that they've ever invested in themselves and maybe that investment in themselves has maybe gained some value in their own mind.  [00:38:48] Shreya: that is, yeah, that's perfect. Because we do have people, technicians that pay out of pocket to go to the training a lot that are that committed. [00:38:56] Shreya: They coworker, the introduction I had, he paid out of pocket three times to go to three se separate Joe Cera trainings. And he made large investments from his personal, and if anything, that's even better than the company paying for it because of what you said is they're gonna use it, they're gonna savor every moment of that because they made the investment in it themselves. [00:39:21] Shreya: So they're committed to it. It's not some free ride that they get, you know, that they're gonna take advantage or take for granted. But if they pay for it, they're more likely they outperform everybody in the class when they pay for it. So. That's funny you said that cuz we've talked about that a lot. [00:39:39] Corey Berrier: It's really true. Think about the kid that gets a full ride scholarship, and I don't mean every kid to college. Yeah. Or the kid that bust his ass or ass and make and goes through school and they have to pay for it themselves. It's a different person  [00:39:52] Shreya: coming outta that college. Oh my gosh. And you know, there's so many books on this. [00:39:55] Shreya: Like even like the classic where I learned this for the first time was thinking grow Rich. This blew my mind when he talked about how, this is just from his words, not a quote, but how, you know, rich kids have a disadvantage in the market that is a handicap. And I'm like reading it like, what are you talking, you know? [00:40:17] Shreya: I was like, what is this? Right. Full, right. and I continue, oh my god. Business is supply and demand. Right? You need to know what people need and they want, but if you never needed or wanted anything in your life, and you're disconnected from society because you're sheltered. You don't need or want, you have everything you could ever want or need. [00:40:44] Shreya: You can't understand business the same way that people that are a part of [00:40:50] that group, they know what people need or want. And that's why. And it's an advantage to, to be someone that is needed and wanted, you know, and starved like that is an advantage. Even on Shark Tank some of the billionaires on there and they won't invest in people that grew up a little too privileged. [00:41:15] Shreya: I heard them talk about that recently too. And say the same perspective of, because, you know, they think that they might know everything. And they didn't put the elbow grease into it. And there needs to be humility if I'm gonna work with somebody that's willing to learn and puts the work in, but doesn't throw money at the problems type of thing. [00:41:33] Shreya: So I mean, a little it's just, you know, what I've read and it's helped me through not feeling bad for myself if I wasn't set up a certain way. So I think it's a positive thing for people like that that, oh, well I didn't get this. That's why I'm not there. I didn't get help. That's why I'm not more successful. [00:41:51] Shreya: But if I had it, I would be way more successful. That mindset is poison. Once again. It's absolute poison and it's bull. It's just not true. It's  [00:42:02] Corey Berrier: not true. And you know, you can't believe everything you think.  [00:42:07] Shreya: Right. That's, yeah, absolutely. dude. But literally dangerous.  [00:42:12] Corey Berrier: Literally it really is, I mean if you think about, I'll just take a simple example. [00:42:16] Corey Berrier: Depending on I don't watch the news, but depending on if you do watch the news or which channel you're watching will depend on how you're thinking. Right? And that's the point of the news. It's not to inform you, it's so you'll  [00:42:28] Shreya: be informed of thinking fear-based thinking. Yeah. Fear-based poison, worst thing at fear-based thinking, all of those things will happen. [00:42:36] Shreya: Like I, I mean, I swear my mom is I have an example of this in my life. My mom is the most fearless person I've ever met, almost to an extreme where it's scary . And that's how I see her. Oh my gosh. Right? My dad is very overly. Fear, fearful person, you know, is like always, oh my God, what if I get cancer? [00:42:58] Shreya: What if you get cancer? Ah, you know, that sort of thing. So I've watched them my whole life and I feel like, you know, my mom, nothing ever happens to her. That's right. Nobody, you know, she's almost careless and nothing ever happens to her though that it matters because she just doesn't think about it. [00:43:19] Shreya: Which sounds So, look at the shit we've done. Look at what we've done. Yeah. But we've been fearless.  [00:43:26] Corey Berrier: Right. But we've done, yeah. I've done extremely fearless shit that I definitely, oh, me too. Should , right? Like our fearless stuff is pills in comparison to what? Like normal people don't really know. Like stuff that we've gone through. [00:43:40] Shreya: Yeah. For legal reasons. I'm not gonna talk about it on this show. . Hundred [00:43:45] percent .  [00:43:45] Corey Berrier: I'm totally cool with that, but I'll tell you a really funny story. Alright. So, and I don't know these two I know them now, but, alright. So I was in Vegas, this is one of the craziest stories that I had During my craziness, I moved out to Vegas with a bunch of cocaine, right? [00:44:01] Corey Berrier: Yeah. I got out to Vegas, I went out on a train and I met the, I went out a train, took me five days to get there, which was the most ridiculous thing ever. I get out there and I'm I meet this guy from the east coast and he bring, he, he asked me if I wanna do a line with him. So I said, yeah, of course. [00:44:17] Corey Berrier: Well, it was crystal meth and I, dude, I I didn't do crystal meth. Yeah. I didn't know. I didn't, knows. Almost ate my face off, right? Yeah. So as, let's just call it, two weeks later, I'm sitting on the couch in this guy's apartment. I lived downstairs with these two people I didn't even know. [00:44:32] Corey Berrier: Right. I was just a bum really at that point. Not a bum. I got kicked outta the house I was in cuz of the drugs, but the, to be truthful, right? So I'm sitting on the couch with these two guys. One of them name is Stormy and the other guy's name is Ed. They know each other from a maximum security prison. [00:44:46] Corey Berrier: All right. I am from Mayberry and I dress exactly like I do today. Like I did not fit in at all in that scenario, right? So we're sitting there and both of these guys are on each side now and we're watching the news and both these dudes come up on the five o'clock news. They had robbed a casino the night before. [00:45:06] Corey Berrier: I can't imagine what my face looked like. I think I did pretty good cuz I made it out alive. Yeah, they didn't say a word. They didn't say a thing about. and I'm sitting there I really don't know if I'm going to exit this place. And the guy, after they left the guy said, yeah, I don't know how you're still sitting here. [00:45:24] Corey Berrier: I said, me neither, but I ain't gonna be sitting here no more. I'm out. Yeah. .  [00:45:28] Shreya: Oh my gosh, that's so cra I've had the same story. I mean, in a different way. It, but the same setting. Same. And then I realize, I'm like, I don't think I'm ever gonna leave. You know, that realization of with the drugs and the environment and the person that's in front of me, I'm like, I don't think that I'm gonna, I'm gonna die tonight, basically. [00:45:55] Corey Berrier: Well, it too much friction. Crazy to try get out. Right? Because you're hook on drugs, you're probably drinking, you've got some, probably something you like there. Right. But all those things. Things, yeah. Crush  [00:46:06] Shreya: you. . Yeah, that's crazy. It's, I mean, it makes sense if we're doing similar things, we ended up in similar places with similar experiences because there is a, it's a culture, there's a, yeah, like a whole culture around, you know, when you're doing drugs, when you're drinking you end up with the same people and the same places, even if they're states apart. [00:46:26] Shreya: It's the same people in the same places. And it's crazy the comparison of that to now I think about that every day of my eight years. I make sure I do, cuz I'll forget [00:46:40] and I'll, you know, be entitled to this life. But I, in my morning routine is I sit there and my meditation is, I remember what I used to be. [00:46:49] Shreya: Ooh. I just sit there and it seems like dark, but, and you should think about like sunflowers when you're meditating , but I don't, I think about what I used to be like and the most terrible times of my life. And then I w So cuz then when I go out in my car and I'm like, wow, look my car, you know, look how nice it, oh my God, I have a car. [00:47:14] Shreya: I live in my own place. The smallest things blow my mind after I do that and I go throughout the day, I walk in the office and my heart's full. Like with all the things I'm grateful for. I just found it. It works for me to think of the negative things in a way and remember what it was like. So I have a perspective shift when I look at my life today and wow, how is this even possible kind of thing. [00:47:41] Shreya: So I don't take it for granted. that  [00:47:44] Corey Berrier: makes more sense to me than probably anybody you've ever told it to. . I literally, I'm sitting here she's exactly right. You don't remember where you've, you don't remember a lot of those things. I don't go visit a lot of those times because not, I don't necessarily shut the door, but sort of, right. [00:48:00] Corey Berrier: Yeah. Just want to just not think about all that garbage  [00:48:03] Shreya: because it's terrible. I mean, it's, it is understandable. Understandable, but there is a positive outcome to it. Which is just like with anything, the most terrible stuff, that story one you could help a lot of people with going through stuff like that. [00:48:18] Shreya: You know, and you're uniquely qualified to do so and help people that maybe other people wouldn't understand stuff like that.  [00:48:26] Corey Berrier: Do you think maybe that's why you decided to open your mouth on stage?  [00:48:31] Shreya: Yes. for sure. I just felt it. It was just yeah, because then of course a lot of people walked up to me. [00:48:39] Shreya: and told me a lot of stuff is like when I, as soon as I'm vulnerable and I open up, as much as I don't like to do it, I know that the effect is the people around me will open up to me and allow me to be of service to them and to help them. Which is the only reason why I do it, honestly, because I hate doing it. [00:48:59] Shreya: I don't wanna be seen as this weak-willed kind of person especially as a woman in the trades. I'm so, oh no, like nothing bothers me. I'm strong-willed person, so I don't love it. You know, just in case somebody might see me that way. If they know that I was a drug addict or an alcoholic, then hey, that's their opinion. [00:49:22] Shreya: They're entitled to it. That's totally fine. But yeah, that, that means that some people might say, oh, well, you know, she couldn't control herself. That's A weak-willed person. I think that's the fear behind not sharing it. Up till [00:49:35] recently.  [00:49:36] Corey Berrier: My guess is the person that makes that statement is the exact person that needs to hear you. [00:49:42] Shreya: Yeah. The, yeah. Hearing the story helps. That's a good point. Is not the result. But like the story is like, yeah, if you grew up and you grew up in a household where that's what everyone does, it's what everyone does. That's what we all do. We all drink, we all do drugs. For as long as I can remember. I mean, it's just, it's normal. [00:50:04] Shreya: It's the normal lifestyle ever. You only know your product, of your environment, and then you live that way. And then if you're lucky enough to get. , you better not take it for granted. , that's like we're talking about. Cuz you can go right back.  [00:50:19] Corey Berrier: Yeah, a hundred percent. So, you know, I didn't, I actually, we haven't really hit on the fact that you do work in an extremely male dominated industry. [00:50:27] Corey Berrier: Forgot . Yeah. So maybe we, maybe that, you know, maybe we should talk about that for a quick second. Cause you're having unicorn to a decree. I know some females that are in the trades, but I don't know a ton, so. Right. Tell me how do you navigate that? How did you know, look, I understand, and this is gonna sound completely sexist, probably, but I don't give a shit. [00:50:49] Corey Berrier: Go ahead. The best dispatch people are usually gay and they're hard as hell. Right? You don't fit that picture at all. But that's of the personality that needs to handle a group of technicians, but you're not totally that person. So help me understand how you, how do you, I'm just kidding. [00:51:06] Corey Berrier: Well,  [00:51:07] Shreya: well, I can say that. How do you know I'm not gay and hard as ? Well, I, I  [00:51:11] Corey Berrier: dunno if you're gay. I don't know about that part. But you don't look like the profile. Let me say that. . I suppose that is a very good point. I should have probably not said that. Cause I don't know. I don't know which side of the fit you fall. [00:51:24] Corey Berrier: I have no idea. And it doesn't matter to me. Like I don't care. But , you may be so fucking uncomfortable. I don't know what to do.  [00:51:32] Shreya: This is why I love this. [00:51:43] Shreya: No, I just messing if you  [00:51:46] Corey Berrier: well. So really like you're No, I said it and actually, I know you know this, I said it quite the opposite. You're, you fit, you're totally opposite than the normal person. That would be dealing with this people, because you Yeah. Are pretty, you are, you look fairly young. [00:52:00] Corey Berrier: Like you, like I'm sure you've not, I'm sure you haven't gone through this situation with no terrible comments. Let me just say that.  [00:52:08] Shreya: Oh my God. Yeah. . Right, right. I, you know, it's, first of all, I wast a dispatcher, but I know what you're saying about dispatch. I was a comfort advisor. Right. So, sure. And, but I do, I totally understand what you're saying about certain types of personalities really fitting into certain job titles because it, there can't be a fear of communication and a [00:52:30] job that is communication. [00:52:31] Shreya: You gotta be, you know, , it's a communication job, so somebody that is not to scared to tell it how it is, and hey, we need to do this to get this job done. Right. You with me? Let's go. Okay. Y yeah. You can't move on to your next call. Until you do it the right way. When it comes to women in the industry, something I learned recently that I didn't know is from like Leslie Harpo and Cassie Pound. [00:52:56] Shreya: They were talking about how there are a lot of women in the industry but we don't know them. They're just not Facebookers. And I'm like, that actually makes sense because I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Like I, I have a handful of women that I follow and I look up to but I wish there was more. And they're like, no, there's a lot more [00:53:15] Shreya: We just haven't introduced them yet. So that's why I'm excited for their podcast cuz they're gonna bring these women that they know that nobody else knows, that runs successful companies in the trades and introduce them to everybody. Which I think is so cool cuz maybe we just, yeah, maybe we just don't know that they're out there because they're not social media people. [00:53:35] Shreya: That's it. I  [00:53:35] Corey Berrier: mean, look, if I wouldn't, if I could never post another Facebook post in my life, I'd be cool with that. So guess what? Most people we work with are a lot like us. I don't know about you, but available a lot like me. So you're, that is such a fascinating point.  [00:53:49] Shreya: I, thought it was super because I was always on the, in my stand is I talked about this on the last one is really I just don't separate myself from people in the industry. [00:54:00] Shreya: I was in the car business, which is a male dominated industry, and then I went into H V A C. So , it's just, it's always been the case. But really my, actually my whole family, they're all in the trades. Women women, pipe fitters iron workers owners of H V A C C. It's in my blood to be fair to be in the trades, it literally, I'm born to be in the trades. [00:54:24] Shreya: That's what I believe. So, and it was just normalized to me. It wasn't, we, it's not weird to get up an at up in an attic or on a rooftop to, to do a job. That's not weird. Why does it make a difference that I'm a woman, they didn't put implant. That in my mind, my. That's I could give them the credit for that because I was set up for success from my family. [00:54:47] Shreya: They didn't tell me stuff like that, that, oh, you know, usually don't do stuff like that. You stay in the office. Right. They were like, no go get the wood chipper and and throw go. And then they'd have me do stuff, you know? And the boys and the girls, we would always do the same stuff. On the ranch, you know what I mean? [00:55:06] Shreya: So that, that's pretty much, I think why I grew up like that. So when I came in, it was just normal to me, and I wish that more women had the opportunity to grow up with that same mindset, but it's just not the truth because the world tells them that they belong in certain positions and they just don't know they have a choice [00:55:25] to go that way. [00:55:26] Shreya: So I just like to spread the message of you have a choice and it means self-esteem, financial freedom for you. This is a job that makes you feel really good and powerful about yourself when you get it done. Like when I go up in the attic, in the rooftop and they're looking at me like, holy shit, , and they're seeing what I'm doing, it makes me feel so good about myself when I do work like that, you know? [00:55:51] Shreya: And the guy that's like, you know what? I don't want a woman doing this work in my house. , you need to go back and send somebody else. All I do is I'm like, sir, I totally understand. Just let me do my job and then if you don't like it, you can kick me out. But let me just get started. And I just like water off a duck's back. [00:56:10] Shreya: Like it, it can't. So you have  [00:56:13] Corey Berrier: customers, so you actually have customers that I obviously you've had  [00:56:16] Shreya: customers that say that to you. Oh yeah, absolutely. And like I said, how I often would you say? I wouldn't say super often. I would say it's happened, I mean, three times in that year, and then the rest of the times they let me do it, but they're like rolling their eyes like it's a joke. [00:56:34] Shreya: And I really had to prove myself is like I had to do the job better. Well, why'd they call you?  [00:56:39] Corey Berrier: Why'd they, why did they call you if they could do it themselves better  [00:56:43] Shreya: than you? Oh, exactly. Yeah. And that's a part of the conversation. But I just I took the humility route. I laugh it off. [00:56:50] Shreya: I said, I know right. But hey, let me , right? And that's how I've gotten through this job, to be honest, is I, if someone says a joke and it's maybe a little, I mean, you know what, maybe I'll just laugh at it and not take myself too seriously, to be honest, that's worked really well. had people making some jokes on a picture of me speaking like, oh, no wonder they were listening to her. [00:57:14] Shreya: Hey, you know, all that stuff. And I thought it was kinda funny. . I thought it was kinda funny, you know, I was like, it's stupid, but I'm like, haha. And then I move on with my day. There's a lot of power in that and you can't change the way the world is. You have to adapt yourself to the way it is. [00:57:36] Shreya: That's the way it is. People are gonna tease me a little bit. They're gonna undermine me. I just focus on doing my job the best that I can and just prove them wrong from doing right, not get defensive, not make them feel bad either, because they don't know what they don't know. They're not trying, usually they're not trying to be spiteful or mean. [00:57:58] Shreya: They just don't understand. So to have empathy, laugh, move on, prove I'm wrong. That's it.  [00:58:08] Corey Berrier: Lots of times the empathy is you know, I feel bad. That person's such an idiot. Now I don't say that to 'em, but I'm like, damn, dude. Like it would suck to be  [00:58:15] Shreya: that stupid. Totally. It would totally suck. Yeah, it would suck. [00:58:19] Shreya: Like it would be [00:58:20] way harder to go through. You just don't understand social cues and situations and how to talk to people. I get it. I, if anything, I've totally been like that in my life where I was the kind of person. I had no filter. I'd say anything I wanted to anybody and it's, it was scary shit. [00:58:44] Shreya: is not appropriate. Not, it was like rough around the edges, like I'll , you know, cuz that I just grew up like that, communicating that way. So it took a lot of unlearning. So I think that's why too, I just can't get that mad at them because that's a  [00:59:01] Corey Berrier: fascinating, that's a fascinating thing you said. I mean, it's odd that you'd say you would have to unlearn those, you know, that kind of tho oh, let's call 'em behaviors because that's normally the opposite. [00:59:12] Corey Berrier: So, and it's interesting that you bring it up because I'm a deep personality. You're a deep personality. We, you know, we communicate a very interesting way and lots of times. . If you're not a D personality or even if you are a D personality, you may take us the wrong way. And the intention was never there. [00:59:32] Corey Berrier: But we just don't like a lot of shit. We just get straight to the point and just get it done. I don't need to answer 35 questions about it if you just follow exactly  [00:59:40] Shreya: what I said. It's so funny you said that. I went on a rant about that yesterday, . I'm like, cuz there's this book actually, it's called Letters to Manny and it's about being a soldier, a worker, right? [00:59:53] Shreya: And basically I'm giving this letter to Manny and you can tell the confidence by the worker by what happens after you give that letter to them. Are they like, yes sir. And they go and do it and figure it out? Or are they like, well, what's Manny's last name? What time do I have to do this? Do I have to do it now? [01:00:13] Shreya: What's the priority of this It, it's a book about that. And it's that shows You know, immaturity in the way that you're able to work and produce. If there's too many questions, it's like that. Yes. Yes, sir. I'll figure it out. Right. ,  [01:00:29] Corey Berrier: I think a lot of those questions too are fired at, you know, the right hand man, the general manager, whoever the service, whoever's of the service technicians. [01:00:39] Corey Berrier: Yeah. And here's what I believe and here's what I, my experience shows that person is putting out a lot of fires. That person is answering a whole bunch of God a minute questions. That truthfully, he doesn't even need to answer, but that's his full-time job is answering stupid ass questions.  [01:00:59] Shreya: Was that the ultimate sales machine? [01:01:01] Shreya: Was that ?  [01:01:03] Corey Berrier: Well, I love that book, but yeah, it's oh, got a minute. Yeah, probably. So , yeah, I got five minutes or got a minute manager or whatever. Yeah, I think that is where I got that.  [01:01:12] Shreya: Yeah. It's a God a minute, the god a minute [01:01:15] meetings are, they take a, it's so, such a, such bad time management and I realize, oh my God, all my meetings are, God, A minute meetings [01:01:23] Shreya: Yeah. Yeah. So here's an easy way to  [01:01:25] Corey Berrier: fix that. If you can't, what would you do if I wasn't here? and shut the door. Right? Right.  [01:01:31] Shreya: Yes, I want these people to have the gumption, the confidence and the confidence to, you know, complete the job right for that client. Make an executive decision is, that's what mostly what I do is it's like this is the best thing, this is the best thing for the client and if I even made a mistake, I'm willing to face the consequences. [01:01:55] Shreya: Sure. Let's go. Let's do it. Let's do it right now, . Just get it done.  [01:01:58] Corey Berrier: So what, so why do you think, most technicians, I know the answer to this, but I would love to hear you think, why do you think most technicians have a hard time making that executive decision? What do you really think the reason is?  [01:02:14] Shreya: Ooh, when it comes to technicians,  [01:02:18] Corey Berrier: if you've got a guy that should be able to make this decision, but he never makes the decision, he always calls first. [01:02:23] Corey Berrier: Why do you think he always calls  [01:02:24] Shreya: first? When he, what is an example of what he's supposed to be doing? Because I believe that there's not much to make a decision on that a technician shouldn't have to, because the process is tight and they should never be discounting anything. That's the only thing that they would have to be making a decision on is can I discount this job? [01:02:44] Shreya: No, we don't discount. Right? We don't do that. That's what I, that's just my automatic is, I don't know what it'd be because there's a process that's followed in a specific way. An example might be, hey, they don't know what job they want, but they know they w

The Unapologetic Man Podcast
What!? Guide Women to Date You Correctly?! YUUUUUP!!

The Unapologetic Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 18:50


Sometimes you're going to date women who are behaving in a way you find unattractive. They might be very negative and love complaining about anything and everything, or they may be boring to chat with, giving their patented 1-word replies. But did you know you can actually coach them out of this behavior using subtle communication? It takes some skill to do, but today's episode will give you all the information you need to pull it off. Get Your FREE 1 on 1 Breakthrough Session By CLICKING HERE Watch UMP Episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCybix9PZoDgcyyt5hNxPLuw Grab Mark's Free Program: "The Approach Formula": http://www.CoachMarkSing.com/The-Approach-Formula Follow Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachmarksing/ Contact Mark Directly: CoachMarkSing@Gmail.com

Battleground of the Gods
Ep 246.5 - Riggs & Blaise Correctly Predict SWC

Battleground of the Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 71:51


Riggs and Blaise sit down for this special worlds episode to talk about the SWC qualifier LAN and predict who will be lifting Thor's hammer in Texas at the Season 9 Smite World Championship. (Let's go Kings!) Wanna chat with the hosts and other community members? Then join the Discord! https://discord.gg/z7z3b9GeNV For Any PC Smite Gem Purchases And To Support Nev https://nexus.gg/neveah03 You on Twitter? Tweet at us! https://twitter.com/Fro_Double_G https://twitter.com/_SilentReveries https://twitter.com/mattjriggs https://twitter.com/BigRick20x https://twitter.com/DEPNation_ https://twitter.com/Neveah03 We stream at- Nev- https://www.twitch.tv/neveah03 Riggs- https://www.twitch.tv/mattjriggs Fro-https://www.twitch.tv/fro_double_g For Art commissions https://twitter.com/RCaijin Want to support us and help upgrade our equipment, while also getting access to some bonus discord channels, occasional community nights, in houses, and Fro's D&D one shots? Head over to our patreon! https://www.patreon.com/BOTGPodcast Outro Music: Dark Force by Alexey Anisimov

Mystic Lasagna
I Believe in Garfsterday

Mystic Lasagna

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 33:14


Well, noodle belts, we're starting off 2023 a little more comfy than we started of 2022. A day late and mostly reminiscent and ponderous, Paul and Alex are back to unravel the 'Field in all it's glory. This week we're talking about actions vs words. Let's imagine a whole other world together.  Correctly interpret this week's strip Here.  Follow the Podcast on Twitter or Instagram Follow the Paul on Instagram  Follow Alex on Twitter or Instagram Mystic Lasagna is a Member of the Missing Sock network. For other great shows like this one, check out https://www.missingsocknetwork.com/ or search Missing Sock in your favorite pod catcher.  Also we have Merch!! Follow the network on Instagram.  Lasagnaste´

The Southern Outdoorsmen Hunting Podcast
438 - HUNT SADDLES Correctly w/ Justin Houston

The Southern Outdoorsmen Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 100:05 Very Popular


This week we are talking with Justin Houston of Alabama on hunting in and around saddles. Justin has had a ton of luck tagging mature bucks by hunting the right saddles at the right times and today we dive deep into what exactly makes a saddle good, and how to hunt it. Subjects include: Determining whether or not a saddle is worth hunting How to pick the right saddle when there are multiple to choose from Determining the ideal time to hunt a spot Making the most of having very limited time to hunt How Justin likes to access his spots Where to sit in and around a saddle based on conditions and much more! Have you tagged a deer using something you heard on the show? Submit your listener success story here - Share Your Story Here Want to help keep the show on the air, and get some bonus content? Join our patreon - patreon.com/thesouthernoutdoorsmen Check out our gear list here - Andrew & Jacobs gear picks Use the promo code “southern” for a discount on your OnX Hunt membership here - https://try.onxmaps.com/hunt/app/hunt-smarter/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA7bucBhCeARIsAIOwr-_sBLib6xC3ibT5BMlTrBUdWdpGYOWOZ_06eZhJajTmMKne7e00Rd4aAtldEALw_wcB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Programming Throwdown
149: Workflow Engines with Sanjay Siddhanti

Programming Throwdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 59:41


At scale, anything we build is going to involve people.  Many of us have personal schedules and to-do lists, but how can we scale that to hundreds or even thousands of people?  When you file a help ticket at a massive company like Google or Facebook, ever wonder how that ticket is processed? Sanjay Siddhanti, Akasa's Director of Engineering, is no slouch when it comes to navigating massive workflow engines – and in today's episode, he shares his experiences in bioinformatics, workflows, and more with us.00:00:39 Workflow engine definitions00:01:40 Introductions00:02:24 Sanjay's 8th grade programming experience00:05:28 Bioinformatics00:10:29 The academics-vs-industry dilemma00:16:52 Small company challenges00:18:18 Correctly identifying when to scale00:24:04 The solution Akasa provides00:31:38 Workflow engines in detail00:36:02 ETL frameworks00:45:06 The intent of integration construction00:47:13 Delivering a platform vs delivering a solution00:50:04 Working within US medico-legal frameworks00:53:28 Inadvertent uses of API calls00:55:47 Working in Akasa00:57:09 Interning in Akasa00:58:35 FarewellsResources mentioned in this episode:Sanjay: Twitter: https://twitter.com/siddhantis Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanjaysiddhanti/ Akasa: Website: https://www.akasa.com Sanjay's Q&A https://akasa.com/blog/10-questions-for-sanjay-siddhanti-director-of-engineering-at-akasa/ Careers: https://akasa.com/careers/ Interning: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/research-intern-ai-spring-summer-2023-at-akasa-3206403183/ References: Episode 33: Design Patterns:https://www.programmingthrowdown.com/2014/05/episode-33-design-patterns.html The Mythical Man-Month:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mythical_Man-Month If you've enjoyed this episode, you can listen to more on Programming Throwdown's website: https://www.programmingthrowdown.com/Reach out to us via email: programmingthrowdown@gmail.comYou can also follow Programming Throwdown on Facebook | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Player.FM Join the discussion on our DiscordHelp support Programming Throwdown through our Patreon ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Talk Opulence
Are You Dating Correctly or You The Pee In The Pool

Talk Opulence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 84:40


An honest conversation about dating expectations in the age of social media.Support the show

Rune Soup
If not now, when? | Solo Show

Rune Soup

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 46:16 Very Popular


Join me for the first solo show of the year! In this episode, we walk through a presentation that can help best situate you to achieve and transform in 2023. Extreme ownership. Correctly setting priorities. How to build a map of both official reality and reality. Stepping into an attitude that thrives in chaos. Using time magic to shift from 'goals' to 'sites of magical transformation'. Oh, and if you want to have a play around with the fun little AI presentation creator I used, here's an invite link. You can also watch this episode on YouTube, if you'd prefer.

Get Over Yourself
Starting 2023 Off Correctly

Get Over Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 19:47


In today's episode of the Get Over Yourself podcast host, Brandon Davis, dives into how you can start this new year off, right. Between goalsetting, resolutions, new habits, routines, and the excitement of a new year, also comes great responsibility to make sure you don't lose the same effort within the first month. Brandon guides his listeners through a unique strategy on how they can continue pushing through their New Year's resolutions, and make sure that they are setting up their 2023 for success. As always, Brandon would like to thank Olso and Ethan Arkell for helping with the audio and music inside of the Get Over Yourself podcast. If you have any questions about goalsetting, forms of self development, or just need somebody to chat with, feel free to message Brandon in Instagram @getoveryourself_podcast.

GET UNSTUCK
GU 163: Your Body is Always Guiding You Correctly

GET UNSTUCK

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 50:11


Brooke Smith is Life and Writer's Coaching. Also, she is the author of all-ages stories that inspire conversation.   * CHECK OUT MY FREE RESOURCES: **   https://www.helpyougetunstuck.com   **CHECK OUT ALL THE BUSINESS TOOLS I RECOMMEND**   https://www.getunstuckmethod.com/tools/   **JOIN MY GET UNSTUCK IN 90 DAYS***   https://www.getunstuckmethod.com/getunstuckin90days/  

Good Morning, HR
2023 HR Resolution: Pay Your Employees Correctly with Patrick Richter

Good Morning, HR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 34:27


In episode 77, Coffey talks with Patrick Richter about paying your employees fairly and legally.They discuss significant changes in employment in the past three years; common mistakes employers make when it comes to exempt vs. non-exempt employees; the Hewitt v. Helix Fair Labor Standards Act case and other overtime pay regulations; the impact of non-delegation cases and challenges to the Chevron doctrine; likely changes to the independent contractor test; the potential penalties if an employer loses an FLSA case; and the importance of staying abreast of regulatory and legal decisions impacting how employees are classified and paid.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com. About our Guest:Patrick Richter is a partner at the Austin law firm Rigby Slack. He is board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor & Employment Law, and he represents employers nationally in all types of employment disputes, including class and collective actions. He has handled litigation before local, state, and federal administrative agencies and courts. His counseling and litigation experience includes matters concerning Title VII; the Texas Labor Code; the Americans with Disabilities Act; Age Discrimination in Employment Act; Family and Medical Leave Act; Fair Labor Standards Act; Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act; and the Occupational Safety and Health Act.Patrick also has considerable experience with matters before the National Labor Relations Board and in assisting clients with union avoidance.He has significant litigation experience involving federal and state employment and labor statutes, intellectual property and trade secrets, covenants not to compete, stock option agreements, employment contracts, and wrongful discharge claims.Patrick Richter can be reached at https://www.rigbyslack.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/pat-richter-986b19 About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year and is accredited by the Professional Background Screening Association. Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives: 1. Explore the shift in employment conditions for the past three years 2. Define what constructs different type of employees, their benefits, and regulations3. Create better practices to analyze employee classification according to their job description

The Bobby Bones Show
(Thurs Early Bird) What Are Bobby's Biggest Fears? + Can You Correctly Name These States In Country Songs? + Mailbag: Girlfriend Not Sure If She Should Trust Her Boyfriend

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 52:28


Bobby shares what his biggest fears are and why. Find out what they are! Plus, we play 'Name The State In The Country Song' game. We play a clip of a lyric and must correctly guess what state the song mentions. Find out who wins! Mailbag: A listener has caught her boyfriend in multiple sketchy situations since they moved in together and isn't sure if she should confront him about them now or wait until he gives her another reason not to trust him.  We share our thoughts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Cassandra Mack Podcast
See It, Speak It, Write, It Do It: Part 1: How To See The Vision For Your Life Correctly

The Cassandra Mack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 17:44


Our Featured Product for this podcast episode is See It, Speak It, Write It, Do It 2023 Success Planner & Goal Setting Journal Get The Book: Simple Prayers To Pray When You Don't Know What To Say For more tips and tools to maximize success and de-stress from the mess, pick up one of Cassandra Mack's book, The Soul Fast Workbook: A 40 Day Detox For Your Mind, Emotions & Spirit, Because You're Worth It: A Self-Love Journal And Workbook, Speaking Life Into Your I Am: Bible Based Affirmations To Build Unbreakable Confidence. or See It, Speak It Write It Do It 2022 Success Planner available @ Amazon at the following link: https://www.amazon.com/Cassandra-Mack/e/B00J07N1Z0/ Visit me on the web at: https://www.cassandramackministries.com/ Follow Me On TikkTok: TikTok ***To Leave A Prayer Request Pertaining To Today's Podcast Episode, Leave A Message On My Anchor Homepage at the following link. We will be using the Anchor Message Feature For PRAYER REQUESTS ONLY relative to the episode topic: https://anchor.fm/cassandra-mack/message Subscribe To My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CassandraMack Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecassandramack/ Pick Up My Inspirational Mugs, T-Shirts & Hoodies: https://cassandra-mack-ministries.creator-spring.com ***If You Would Like To Seed Into This Ministry You Can Do So Through CashApp or Paypal CashApp: $TheCassandraMack PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/thecassandramack --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cassandra-mack/support

Verity by Phylicia Masonheimer
095 | How Do I Know I'm Interpreting the Bible Correctly?

Verity by Phylicia Masonheimer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 34:21


In this first episode of a mini-series on systematic theology, Phylicia discusses why we need theology, what to do if you think it's "boring", and how NOT checking our theology impacts our lives. Then we begin a deep dive into a reader question about biblical interpretation and theology of the Bible.   This episode covers the topics in the intro and chapter one of Phylicia's new book, Every Woman a Theologian: Know What You Believe, Live It Confidently, Communicate It Graciously: available for preorder 1/9!

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
What Women Need to Know About Fasting and How to Do It Correctly with Dr. Mindy Pelz

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 86:08 Very Popular


This episode is brought to you by Birch Mattress by Helix and InsideTracker.Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with holistic health expert, and one of the world's leading experts on fasting, Dr. Mindy Pelz to talk about the benefits of fasting and how women, in particular, can cultivate a fasting routine in a way that honors their hormones. Dr. Mindy is the author of three bestselling books—The Menopause Reset, The Reset Factor, and The Reset Kitchen—and her members-only Facebook group, The Resetter Collaborative, includes over 50,000 active members who regularly participate in Dr. Mindy's exclusive monthly “Fast Training Week” programs. Her newest book, Fast Like A Girl, is a definitive guide for women everywhere to harness the benefits of fasting while making sure they are supporting and caring for their hormones throughout the different stages of their cycle and throughout perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Mindy dive into: -Top misconceptions around fasting as a tool for women (3:25)-The impact of estrogen and progesterone on fasting (6:40)-Why women should approach fasting differently than men (14:21)-How rising progesterone levels impact fasting leading up to menstruation (20:28)-The impact of perimenopause and menopause on fasting protocols (23:54)-Why it's important for women to personalize fasting (30:19)-The benefits you can get from fasting beyond losing weight (42:40)-The “do's” of a prolonged fasting window (52:46)-The “don'ts” of prolonged fasting (1:05:07)-How to properly break a fast (1:10:06)-A few testimonials from Dr. Mindy's clients (1:15:01)Also mentioned in this episode:-Dr. Mindy Pelz's YouTube channel-Dr. Mindy's podcast, The Resetter Podcast-Dr. Mindy's Facebook group, The Resetter CollaborativeFor more on Dr. Mindy Pelz, follow her on Instagram @dr.mindypelz, Facebook @drmindypelz, and YouTube @DrMindyPelz. Get her new book, Fast Like A Girl, here. InsideTracker provides detailed nutrition and lifestyle guidance based on your individual needs. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to insidetracker.com/DHRU to get your discount and try it out for yourself.Birch Mattress by Helix is made from organic latex, organic cotton, New Zealand wool, and American steel springs. To get $200 off your Birch Living mattress plus two free Eco-Rest Pillows, head over to birchliving.com/dhru today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Brian Keane Podcast
#414: Nutritionist Joy McCarthy on How To Detox Correctly If You Overindulged At Xmas, Keeping Your Immune System Strong In January and Taking Control Of Your Health In 2023! 

The Brian Keane Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 48:57


Joy is a certified holistic nutritionist and founder of Joyous Health.    She is also a 3 times best-selling cookbook author and co-host of the Joyous Health Podcast.  A trusted nutrition expert, Joy has been featured in hundreds of publications both online and in print; and is a regular health expert on TV. Through her innate drive to inspire others, Joy has helped people around the world achieve their wellness goals This podcast really kicks off the new year in style. If you are looking to detox after over indulging at Xmas and stop yourself getting sick over the next two months, then today's episode is for you.    Here are some of the things we talked about in today's podcast.  ·      Her backstory into health and wellness and how everything changed in 2003 ·      The anxiety, stress and gut health link ·      Nutrition for skin, hair and nails  ·      The worst new year mistakes people make  ·      How to detox the right way ·      4 ways to prevent getting sick and support immunity  ·      How to use apple cider vinegar correctly  ·      And much more.  Shownotes:  ·       Website: https://www.joyoushealth.com/ ·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joyoushealth/?hl=en  

Deep State Radio
From The Silo: The Day After: Insights in the Election from Some of the People Who Actually Called It Correctly

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 47:12 Very Popular


Originally Aired: November 9, 2022 The midterms turned out exceptionally well for Democrats and in the process David, Simon, and Tara's analysis from last week was vindicated! The team reconvenes with Tom Bonier of TargetSmart to talk about the races that have already been called and the vote that is still left outstanding. What are the key takeaways from last night? Is this a victory for Democrats or just better than expectations? Is GenZ the most important generation politically now? Find out in this thoughtful discussion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Deep State Radio
From The Silo: The Day After: Insights in the Election from Some of the People Who Actually Called It Correctly

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 47:12


Originally Aired: November 9, 2022 The midterms turned out exceptionally well for Democrats and in the process David, Simon, and Tara's analysis from last week was vindicated! The team reconvenes with Tom Bonier of TargetSmart to talk about the races that have already been called and the vote that is still left outstanding. What are the key takeaways from last night? Is this a victory for Democrats or just better than expectations? Is GenZ the most important generation politically now? Find out in this thoughtful discussion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wellness Force Radio
How To Learn To Breathe Correctly Again & Drastically Improve Every Aspect Of Life With Breathwork Expert Josh Trent (Josh As Guest: The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast)

Wellness Force Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 75:17


In this Friday's rebroadcast, I joined Lauryn Evarts Bosstick and Michael Bosstick on The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast to share: The differences between vertical breathing, circular breathing & box breathing. We learn to breathe from our parents as babies. Babies are born breathing through their nose & as life goes on we essentially forget we have a nose. Mouth breathing is a coping mechanism. Fighting in front of kids isn't always bad. If you have to choose between meditation & breathwork, choose breathwork. Hope this interview enrichens your wellness journey towards higher consciousness. For more powerful conversations, visit https://joshtrent.com/podcast BREATHE: Breath & Wellness Program Get 25% off of the BREATHE: Breath & Wellness Program with the code PODCAST25   Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group * Save 20% on LiftMode Products until February 13, 2023 * PLUNGE – Save $150 with the code “WELLNESSFORCE" * HIGHER DOSE INFRARED MAT - Get 15% off with the code “WELLNESSFORCE15“ * Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' * MitoZen – Save 10% with the code “WELLNESSFORCE”

Total Information AM
"Brain on Fire" has helped others get correctly diagnosed with a then-rare condition

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 7:57


New York Journalist Susannah Cahalan talks with Debbie Monterrey about her new book "Brain on Fire" and what happened to her that made her write this book and how it has helped others. 

Land Investing, The Dirt Road to Wealth with Trevor Probandt

How to do it right!!!!

Join The Journey
BONUS EPISODE: Am I interpreting this correctly?

Join The Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 12:32


Lean in with us as Emma Dotter and Senior Director, Oren Martin, help us with interpreting scripture and how to approach God's word. Sometimes, we make the Bible say what we want it to say but today we learn about how to let the Bible say what it actually says.

The RealLife English Podcast
#317 Lacoste? Xerox? How to Pronounce These 16 Brand Names in English CORRECTLY

The RealLife English Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 28:15 Very Popular


Do you pronounce these brand names correctly? Join us in this fun episode, where Cassé and Thiago will teach how to pronounce some of the world's most famous brands in English.   Show notes here. .......... We're super excited to announce that we have publicly launched much anticipated RealLife English Podcast and Speaking App, which will give dedicated learners, just like you, the opportunity to listen to podcasts, not only with audio and transcripts, but also to speak English with other learners from around the world, at the touch of a button, for free. Download here .......... Sign up for the RealLife Native Immersion Course here .......... Follow us on: RealLife English (YouTube) Learn English with TV Series (YouTube) Instagram: reallife.english

TLC Barrels, Barrel Racing Coach
Q&A 124 & Is your horse patterned correctly?

TLC Barrels, Barrel Racing Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 43:56


TLC Barrels ❤️ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tina-spangler/support

Windermere Coaching Minute
Season 4 Episode #2. The power of doing social media for real estate correctly and not overthinking it.

Windermere Coaching Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 39:48


In this episode Michael talks with Kingston Wa, 7-year Broker Michelle Cook about using social media to generate business. Michelle decided in 2022 she would dive headfirst into using IG and Tic toc, and FB and take her involvement to a new level. In a very short period, she saw that 50% of her business came from her consistent and entertaining and informative content on Tic Toc, IG and Facebook. My takeaways from talking with here were. Just dive in and know it isn't going to be perfect. Consume content so you get a feel for what is working. Stay in your lane. Get over yourself. Be consistent. Get a process going so you stay on track. To contact Michelle, you can go to her IG or TIC Toc page.IG windermere_michellecook website. michellecookhomes.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachingmin/support

Primal Diet - Modern Health
Using the Lysine Arginine Ratio for Herpes Viruses

Primal Diet - Modern Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 48:36


Are you using the Lysine Arginine ratio for Herpes support? Correctly? Lysine and Arginine are two of twenty amino acids (proteins). Proteins are building blocks for hundreds of things – muscles, neurotransmitters, blood cells, enzymes and more. Lysine is one of Eight Essential Amino Acids, meaning we do NOT make Lysine so MUST get it in our diet. The Standard American Diet can be deficient in Lysine because it is grain-based. Is this why 40 to 60% of Americans have HSV infections? Arginine comes in food, and we can also make it. So it is not one of the eight essential aminos. Full Description

Book It Vince!
Did we correctly predict Pro Wrestling in 2022?! - Book It Vince! #74

Book It Vince!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 69:16


Almost a year ago we tried to predict what would happen in the world of Pro Wrestling. So as we come to the end of 2022 we look back on a very eventful year & see what we got right or got wrong! In this episode we also have a couple of predictions for 2023. What do you think could happen this next year? Let us know on Twitter @BookItVincePod! Happy Holidays everyone!

Jake Ducey's 2nd Mind Podcast
"I will teach you to VIBRATE CORRECTLY" (the exact frequency for getting rich)

Jake Ducey's 2nd Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 17:57


✅ Click Here to Learn More about $10K in 10 Weeks ▶ https://www.jakeducey.com/get10k/ ✅  FREE SUCCESS HYPNOSIS - click here to download my free success hypnosis to reprogram your subconscious mind ➡ https://www.jakeducey.com/hypnosis "I will teach you to VIBRATE CORRECTLY" (the exact frequency for getting rich) Most people say 'I don't know how' or I don't know 'what to do' in order to improve their financial lives. The trouble with this is that it leads to inaction and stagnation, which simply reinforces the pattern of your existing financial reality.  But what the heck do you do then?  I didn't know 'what to do' or 'how to do it', so I started with changing how I felt. I guess it's the old wayne dyer quote, "when you change the way you think, the things you're looking at change."  I learned 4 simple things I started doing to vibrate correctly and to align with the 'exact frequency for getting rich', this lead to a new me, new opportunity, and ultimately, a new financial world. So in today's video I am going to teach you how to vibrate correctly and how to align yourself with the exact frequency for getting rich.  1.) Enter the future through your nervous system - the reason many people can never alter their lives financially, is because it feels unobtainable, which is logical. So you have to practice entering the future through your nervous system. Your nervous system is an emotion/feeling, which is really just a vibration - so you practice vibrating at the frequency of your desired financial life. I did this through my 'blow it account' where I would splurge 5%.  2.) Let go of jealousy & bless the financial success of others - again, jealously is a feeling/emotion, which is really just a specific rate of vibration. the vibration of jealously of another persons' financial success is not a vibrational 'match' for getting rich. you are in the vibration of scarcity and poverty - you raise your vibration to be congruent with wealth by blessing what you want. begin to look for prosperity. count the prosperity in the world. begin to see other people's wealth as a symbol of what's available for you. it's always 'that or something better.'  3.) Let go of needing wealth by putting it in its proper place - you do this 2 ways. Firstly, do not seek validation from money.. and secondly, do not seek happiness from money. Money cannot give you validation, only you can do that through your inner work. And secondly, don't seek happiness in money, because money cannot make you happy. Money was never meant to make you happy. It's meant for 3 things; to make you comfortable, to extend the good you do beyond your own physical presence, and to give you freedom/security.  4.) Change the radio station of your subconscious - your subconscious is your emotional mind, and remember, your emotions are a frequency/vibration. So your subconscious is really just like a radio wave broadcasting a frequency of information. That frequency of information holds the vibrational blueprint to your bank account and financial life. So if you change the 'radio station' of your subconscious, and move from 'just getting by' and change the radio frequency to prosperity. you can do this through hypnosis and hypnotic writing. promote hypnosis.  ✅ Click Here to Learn More about $10K in 10 Weeks ▶ https://www.jakeducey.com/get10k/ ✅  FREE SUCCESS HYPNOSIS - click here to download my free success hypnosis to reprogram your subconscious mind ➡ https://www.jakeducey.com/hypnosis

Important Miscellaneous Talks
Interview with Intimacy Expert Jennelle G: How to Correctly Think About Sex

Important Miscellaneous Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 52:40


On this episode of Important Miscellaneous Talks your host Glassford Crossfield, and his guests Jennelle G, and African Prince talk about why some people associate shame with sex, how to make sure your female partner has a good time in the bedroom, and the correct way to do semen retention. She had some bars, play this on your way to work. God bless you all. Make sure you subscribe to the YouTube as the episodes over there release earlier. Follow the Host: Personal Instagram: https://instagram.com/real_l.a._glass... Podcast Instagram: https://instagram.com/miscellaneous_p... Personal TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJx77o6T/ Podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCETs... Blogs on similar topics: https://link.medium.com/wpL2YRffwbb Personal Twitter: https://twitter.com/glassford41 Follow African Prince: Personal Instagram: https://instagram.com/african_prince_... Personal Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/africanp... Personal Podcast: https://anchor.fm/prince-kahilu Follow Jennelle G: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intimacyinsights/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/Heart2health Website: https://snipfeed.co/jennellegordon --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/glassford-crossfield/support

Solus Christus Reformed Baptist Church
Comforting Afflicted Consciences Correctly 1

Solus Christus Reformed Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 53:00


In all other adversities a man is still a friend to himself, favors himself, and reaches out his best considerations to bring in comfort to his heavy heart. But in this he is a scourge to himself- at war with himself- an enemy to himself. He doth greedily and industriously fetch in as much matter as he can possibly, both imaginary and true, to enlarge the rent and aggravate his horror. He gazes willingly in that false glass which Satan is wont in such cases to set before him, wherein by his hellish malice he makes an infinite addition both to the already unnumbered multitude and to the too true heinousness of his sins, and would fain, if he will be led by his lying cruelty , misrepresent to his affrighted imagination every gnat as a camel , every moat as a mole hill, every mole hill as a mountain - every lustful thought as the most unclean act , every idle word as a desperate blasphemy, every angry look as an actual murder, every intemperate passion as an inexpiable provocation, every distraction in holy duties as an absolute rebellion, every transgression against light of conscience as a sin against the Holy Ghost. Nay, in this amazedness of spirit and disposition to despair he is apt, even of his own accord, and with great eagerness, to arm every several sin as it comes into his mind with a particular sting, that it may strike deep enough and stick fast enough in his already grieved soul. He employs and improves the excellency and utmost of his learning, understanding, wit, memory, to argue with all subtlety, with much sophistry, against the pardon ableness of his sins and possibility of salvation.

Church for Entrepreneurs
Are you representing God correctly?

Church for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 64:58


Conversaton | We discussed that the command to not take the name of the Lord in vain means that we should not misrepresent God in our daily lives and calling. We also discussed whether ministers should charge for their work and other interesting topics.  Amos Johnson | I am all about helping people succeed at the calling that God has given them because a fulfilled life comes from clearly knowing what God has called you to do and doing it. Therefore, I create a combination of content, communities, and programs to develop people's faith and strengthen all areas of their life because success God's way is a holistic endeavor that involves their faith and every area of their life. Partner |  https://amosjohnsonjr.com/partner         

Taylan Michael - Revival Way
How To Pray CORRECTLY!

Taylan Michael - Revival Way

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 20:00


Join Ev. Taylan as he teaches on how you can receive real results from prayer! #prayer #christian #bible #jesus To become a monthly partner https://tithe.ly/give_new/www/#/tithe... MY TESTIMONY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok_hyl_kS70&t=615s Ways to Support the Ministry: Monthly Partner https://revivalway.com/ (Monthly partners are invited to a private zoom call and get access to free material) Venmo https://venmo.com/revivalway PayPal https://www.paypal.me/revivalway Tithe.ly https://tithe.ly/give_new/www/#/tithe... Check Please DM us on one of our social media platforms! Connect with Ev. Taylan Michael and Revival Way Ministries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/revivalwaymi... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylan.mich... Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@taylan.michael

Attitudes/Answers with Olen Baker
Correctly Perceiving Temptation

Attitudes/Answers with Olen Baker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 2:00


Perception of reality can also be described as a deceptive facade.  Lean on God's knowledge and insight if you're in that place.

All The Answers
136: I Psychically Know What You Desire And Correctly Articulate It Now

All The Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 58:04


See Cassidy Live Tonight Saturday December 10th in Oakland @ The New Parish  Hello, podcast friends!  Some ideas to consider this week (which we discuss at length on the cast): 1.  Feeling shitty doesn't have to define you. 2.  Communicating is HARD.   And You're not bad if that's your experience! 3.  Sometimes well-parented, wealthy, happy people are awesome.  That is, humility and kindness can arise from the OPPOSITE of pain and suffering.   As annoying as that may be. Also this episode: Katie brings some clarity to a listener over their interpretation of a recent 3 card spread AND as always makes it relevant for All of US.  Katie introduces the Human Design notion of being a Decision Watcher rather than a Decision Maker… Chew on that! Collectives are not always the fertilizer that grows cooperation. Sometimes they're just the poop where you dropped your seeds. And that, our dear listeners, is that.   https://getmortified.com/event/60196/ Go to Katie Rubin .com  FB/IG/T @allanswerspod Send your questions to, allanswerspod@gmail.com, maybe we'll answer your question, maybe we'll just get you on the show to ask it yourself. Join the facebook community for great conversations with like minded individuals.  Thanks for the listens and support, Please Rate/Review and tell a friend. 

World Challenge Daily Devotions
What Is True Compassion? - Carter Conlon - 479

World Challenge Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 2:47


Correctly understood, compassion should be the basis for how we interact with other people.Subscribe to daily devotions e-mails: https://wcm.link/ddsub

Skincare Anarchy
E.393: Stem Cell Skincare Is Finally Being Done Correctly Ft. Dr Mitch Goldman of Calecim

Skincare Anarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 33:24


Dr Goldman was recently named Chairman of the CALECIM® Professional Medical Advisory Board. As such he is on a lecture tour of Asia. Mitchel P. Goldman, MD started practicing medicine in 1986. He is a world-renowned, double- board certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon, recognized by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. A graduate of Boston University and Stanford University Medical School, Dr. Goldman is recognized for pioneering research on multiple laser techniques. He is a volunteer clinical professor of Dermatology at the University of California, San Diego, Honorary Professor of Dermatology for the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, and the founder and Medical Director of Cosmetic Laser Dermatology. Dr. Goldman is considered a leading expert in laser surgery and resurfacing, liposculpture, sclerotherapy, laser closure of varicose veins, dermal filling treatments, Botox®/Dysport®/ Xeomin® therapy, photorejuvenation, and photodynamic therapy. He is the Director of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/support

Paperstac Podcast - Note Investing Weekly
EP87: Using Calculators to Purchase Mortgage Notes Correctly

Paperstac Podcast - Note Investing Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 19:25


In this episode, we talk about how to use the 10bii calculator and an excel spreadsheet that Rick created to back into your ideal price you should offer to a seller of a mortgage note. Rick takes all emotion out of the bid and places all importance on his desired yield. Making bids this way shows the seller that you are a professional and know how to price notes the right way. You DON'T want to miss this episode - this may be the most important video you'll watch on how to properly conduct business as a note investor and be taken seriously by other note investors. For more videos on mortgage notes & real estate investing SUBSCRIBE to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/paperstac?sub_confirmation=1Press the bell icon to get notified of when our new videos are published.Share this video: https://youtu.be/-PA2PsHVI9sFollow Us On These Platforms:Facebook: https://pstac.co/facebookLinkedin: https://pstac.co/linkedinTwitter: https://pstac.co/twitterTikTok: https://pstac.co/tiktok

Restaurant Marketing School
How to onboard your staff correctly

Restaurant Marketing School

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 6:48


When we look at the most successful restaurant brands in the world, we see one constant: a maniacal focus on employee development. That developmental process starts the moment a new employee walks through the door and there are a few things we can do in the first few weeks of their employment to ensure that they're successful in their role. In this episode, Shaun de Vries and Josh Kopel run through best practices when it comes to employee onboarding. ____________________________________________________________ Restaurant Marketing School is brought to you by Yelp for Restaurants: In July 2020, a few hundred employees formed Yelp for Restaurants. Our goal is to build tools that help restaurateurs do more with limited time. We have a lot more content coming your way! Be sure to check out our other shows: Full Comp Restaurant expert videos & webinars

Live Edge
Setting Goals Will Grow Your Business (if done correctly)

Live Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 41:38


Setting goals for your life and business are essential to keep you motivated to grow.  Video version of the show https://youtu.be/4AIFAXHZJ_s Task Card Holder - https://tidd.ly/3FyhQoOEASY to follow Build PLANS: https://www.731woodworks.com/storeAn amazing free gift for everyone: http://story4.us/731WoodworksSupport the show

Real Beauty with FD
Real Beauty with FD Season 5: PART 2 Taking cleansing seriously, how to correctly apply eye cream, using products for your skin age and incredible skincare tips in-between featuring Donna Ireland CEO & Founder of ANNOD Skincare

Real Beauty with FD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 35:41 Transcription Available


Part 2 featuring Donna Ireland. LOVING using ANNOD skincare products. Hit me up @choosandfashiondoos 

The Third Turn
Episode 61: Counting Correctly

The Third Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 52:35


Gifted, articulate, purpose-beyond-profit driven business coach Julaine Smith brings life to the business numbers. In this episode, she shares ways to make those numbers really count—translating a business vision and plan into a compelling financial story and accompanying metrics and resources. Your Hosts: Mark L. Vincent, Founder of Design Group International and the Society for Process Consulting. He also facilitates Maestro-level leaders. Kristin Evenson, Consultant and Coach at Junctures. Find out more about The Third Turn Podcast by visiting thirdturnpodcast.com. Jennifer Miller, who runs a marketing consultancy firm called, Strategically Connected, is our producer. And shout out to Joshua Brinkman, who is our audio engineer. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Brian Keane Podcast
#410: Dr Koz on How Environmental Toxins Impact Hormones, Strengthening Your Immune System and Doing A Mould Or Heavy Metal Detox Correctly!

The Brian Keane Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 54:17


Dr Koz is a Functional Medicine M.D who uses a broad array of tools to find the source of the body's dysfunction: he takes the time to listen to his patients and plots their history on a timeline, considering what makes them unique and co-creating with them a truly individualized care plan.  You may recognise his voice from a very popular episode I did last year, Episode: #352 on 25th October 2021: Dr Peter Kozlowski on Food Sensitivities, Fixing Leaky Gut and How To Do An Elimination Diet Correctly! His expertise is in gut health, but he also works daily with food sensitivities, hormone imbalances, detoxing from toxic chemicals such as heavy metals and mould, and most importantly mental, emotional, and spiritual health. His new book Get The Func Out is available now.    Normally I wouldn't touch a topic like environmental toxins on the podcast as it's an area I know very little about; but I think there is value here for those with underlying health issues that are struggling to ask the right questions for solutions.    I also moved out of my house off the back of this podcast to address a mould issue; so, I found great personal benefit in this episode.    Here are some of the things we talked about:  Why estrogen dominance in women and low testosterone in men is so prevalent at the moment  How to do a mould or heavy metal detox the safe way  His supplemental and nutrition strategy for never getting colds or flus The power of glutathione as the master antioxidant  And more        Website: http://doc-koz.com/ Previous episode: https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/352-dr-peter-kozlowski-on-food-sensitivities-fixing-leaky-gut-and-how-to-do-an-elimination-diet-correctly/

Airing It Out
17. Hole in ones, swinging the arms correctly, closed club face thoughts and more!

Airing It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 37:17


In this episode we recap Nathalie's first hole in one and debate whether it counts or not, whether the arms are more important than the body, how to stay connected in your swing and why, and what to do if you have a super shut club face in your backswing. We dive deeper into 2 of Jim McLean's death moves to help you play better golf!

The State of Us
Are You Using Your Time Correctly? A Simple way to Tame Stress

The State of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 38:51


Gen Z spends half of their waking hours tied to a screen. Justin and Lance discuss a simple way to reduce stress and manage time while touching on the benefits of being more intentional with your time. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, phone, tik tok, screen time, walking, nature, family

AttractionPros Podcast
Episode 273: Renato Lenzi talks about using social media correctly, creating memories through emotions, and cohesive experiences across properties

AttractionPros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 53:45


Renato Lenzi is the Chief Operating Officer of The Dolphin Company, one of the largest operators of marine experiences with locations in 10 different countries, averaging 2 million visitors each year. Starting young, Renato originally worked with marine life as a trainer and found a passion in leadership through a partnered company's complimentary training. While growing with the company, Renato has made many strides in the worlds of marine life inspection and even made improvements with government inspections and regulations to help improve the marine experience industry. Today, The Dolphin Company focuses on bringing educational and entertaining experiences to guests across the world. In this interview, Renato talks about using social media correctly, creating memories through emotions, and cohesive experiences across properties. Using Social Media Correctly   "Social media has pushed us all to be opinionators."   The fact is, Tiktok is the speediest form of news. Compared to when people would only spend 2 hours a day watching TV, we now have a generation that spends nearly double that on their personal devices. If something relevant were to happen across the globe, people everywhere would be notified and start discussing it in under a minute.   It's safe to say that social media is a huge platform to be used for your benefit, and Renato knows taking advantage of it is a massive opportunity. Some large parks don't even use certain social media, and they are left out of a massive market to engage with potential guests and people who can connect to your brand.   Additionally, with Renato's mission to connect guests to wildlife, social media can be incredibly powerful. By connecting with an incredibly interactive audience, people fly across the world to The Dolphin Company's experiences with dreams of becoming a vet or marine biologist, and they get more than what they came for.  Creating Memories Through Emotions   "If you create an experience that will last a lifetime, you can make an emotional connection."   People experience many things in a year, and what makes some experiences more memorable than others are the emotions that are associated with them. Renato emphasizes that when people create memories with the emotions they felt, they often remember many other aspects of the experience that would otherwise be forgotten, such as who they were with and what events followed that experience. By creating these core memories, guests will remember your experience for a much longer time.   Everybody remembers their first kiss, and Renato has applied the science of this idea to his experiences. The wild emotions surrounding that major event are what compel people to remember their experience and share it with others. Cohesive Experiences Across Properties   “There's more similarity than differences.”   With locations across 10 different countries, it is a challenge for The Dolphin Company to create experiences that complement one another. Furthermore, Renato has seen the company morph over the course of its existence, moving from marine parks to additionally acquiring water parks and adventure parks. To help tackle this challenge, The Dolphin Company has implemented regional directors to oversee operations in their many locations.    Although each facility shares a common goal of family fun, there's certain aspects where originality can make an impact. By serving food popular in the region, guests will be more engaged and excited about what the park has to offer. However, Renato knows that oftentimes, what works in one park will work on parks on the opposite side of the world.   To learn more about The Dolphin Company, click here. To contact Renato, you can connect with him on Linkedin.   This podcast wouldn't be possible without the incredible work of our amazing team: Scheduling and correspondence by Kristen Karaliunas Summary by Mason Nichols Video editing by Abigail Giganan   To connect with AttractionPros: attractionpros@gmail.com

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Sunday - MD Post - You DIdn't Read The Tua Situation Correctly 11 27 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 3:40


Big O responds to a Tua statement in the chat

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Sunday - MD Post - You DIdn't Read The Tua Situation Correctly 11 27 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 3:40


Big O responds to a Tua statement in the chat

Outcomes Rocket
MM: Targeting Correctly and Advocating for Hidden Players with Linda García, Senior Vice President of Marketing at POCN

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 19:27


What if we spread awareness about the importance of NPs and PAs with marketing? In this episode of Marketing Mondays, Andreea Borcea interviews Linda García, Senior Vice President of Marketing at POCN, an education, and advocacy organization for nurse practitioners and physician associates in the United States. She talks about the importance of NPs and PAs in the creation of treatment plans and discusses how she has seen marketing and sales adapt to the current market dynamics with non-personal communications. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

Go Birds
Go Birds! Shorts: Was the Brandon Graham penalty called correctly?

Go Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 7:47


Eliot Shorr-Parks joins the WIP Eagles Postgame show to discuss the Birds' first loss of the season and the crucial penalty by Brandon Graham in the closing minutes of the game. Presented by Bet Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or google play or BetParx.com, use the promo code “GOBIRDS” for first bet risk-free up to $750. Must be 21 and in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Deep State Radio
The Day After: Insights in the Election from Some of the People Who Actually Called It Correctly

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:53


The midterms turned out exceptionally well for Democrats and in the process David, Simon, and Tara's analysis from last week was vindicated! The team reconvenes with Tom Bonier of TargetSmart to talk about the races that have already been called and the vote that is still left outstanding. What are the key takeaways from last night? Is this a victory for Democrats or just better than expectations? Is GenZ the most important generation politically now? Find out in this thoughtful discussion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices