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Don't miss episode 136: Instagram Called Me- Here's What They Said. I share the details about my experience with Jay from Instagram Meta. Wondering how and why they contacted me? Hear about this plus what questions I had for them, and what tips they were able to share. All I learned, I want to share with you, so that you can get the same benefits! Learn what is next for Instagram, how to be seen on other's feed that are not yet following you, about reel editing and SEO, what essential things Instagram recoomends and more! Turn your CRAFT into a CAREER! Did you find this podcast helpful? Find more creative business takeaways, tutorials, courses, plus much more below. SHOW NOTES: https://quilterscandy.com/category/podcast-episodes/ QUILTERS CANDY WEBSITE: https://quilterscandy.com/ INSTAGRAM: Craft to Career Podcast @crafttocareer Quilters Candy @quilters_candy
Design Suite's Etsy coach SuiKim Friedmann joins Carina today as they talk about Carina's recent Regency experience, making money, and more!Classic episode Regency Retreat and Other Stuff with SuiKim Friedmann_________Love to create, design and craft? Have you always wanted to know how to turn your passions into profit? Carina's new book – Design Profit & Prosper will lead you down the path of making your dreams a reality. Get your copy today! https://www.designsuitecourses.com/designprofitprosper__________About Carina Gardner:Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc.Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers.Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.comWatch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/
Yale educator and TV writer/producer, Aaron Tracy, returns to chat with me about surviving the WGA writer's strike, finally teaching the podcast at Yale, and his latest audio thriller on Audible, Nowhere Man, starring Lee Pace and Zosia Mamet. Aaron Tracy also teaches “The Art and Craft of Television Drama” at Yale University, and his TV credits include Law & Order: SVU, Fairly Legal, The Tap, and Sequestered, a serialized thriller that ran two seasons, for which he was Creator and Executive Producer. He is also a Creator, Director, and Exec. Producer of scripted audio dramas for iHeartRadio, Audible, and Spotify, with various production partners including: Supreme: The Battle For Roe, his 9-part audio drama starring Eva Longoria (feat. Maya Hawke and William H. Macy); Murder in Bermuda (feat. Mary-Louise Parker); and many others. His most recent is Nowhere Man (exclusively from Audible, premieres Thursday, December 14, 2023), a noir political thriller Executive Produced by and starring Lee Pace, with co-stars Zosia Mamet, and Chazz Palminteri. “Set in the mid-1980s, Nowhere Man is a dark, paranoid thriller about temptation and obsession through the prism of a profession most people don't even know exists.” Aaron's debut audio drama, The Coldest Case, a detective thriller starring Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, and Alexis Bledel, premiered as the #1 download on Audible in 2021, and has since become the most downloaded show in Audible Plus history. [Discover The Writer Files Extra: Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox at writerfiles.fm] [If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please click FOLLOW to automatically see new interviews. And drop us a rating or a review wherever you listen] In this file Aaron Tracy and I discussed: Why he loves the ‘80s period pieces How his directing experience has shaped his writing Why he teaches the narrative podcast the same way he teaches Television Drama The two greatest innovations of the modern TV art form What aspiring TV writers should be reading And a lot more! Show Notes: Yale University – Aaron Tracy Aaron Tracy Audible Page Amazon Author Page for William Goldman Story by Robert McKee [Amazon] Save the Cat by Blake Snyder [Amazon] Aaron Tracy on IMdB Aaron Tracy on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hear more from Amanda and Nicole on why they hit pause on the podcast, evolving as artists while experiencing good growing pains, continually redefining definitions of success, avoiding burnout and adapting your practice when life throws you curveballs, and the importance of community care. Find links to resources mentioned throughout the episode here in our show notes: beyondthe.studio Submit to our Listener Spotlight: Listener Spotlight Follow us on Instagram at: @beyondthestudio @nicolemariemueller @closecallstudio Intro and Ad Music: Suahn Branding: David Colson
I don't have to tell you that getting your message noticed in this era of CONTENT OVERLOAD takes work.But did you know that you could actually be causing your ideal client to pass right by your amazing tips and juicy insights?It doesn't matter how deep your experience or good your results, if your ideal client never hears, what chance do you have for them to love it, sign up for your free guide or join your program?In today's episode, I'll share with you one of the top mistakes I help my clients correct when speaking to their ideal person. More importantly, I'll teach you how to FIX IT so that your message will get heard and get them into action. EPISODE SHOW NOTES
Hey Degenerates, I really wish I had more to say... but honestly I'm just Chronically Sorry about this one...Disclaimer: As fun as it is to kick back with friends and consume alcohol; The Couchaholics always condone drinking responsibly and never drink and drive... all of our opinions are our own, and don't reflect upon the quality of any particular brewery or business. This podcast contains explicit language.BEERS FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:Burlington Beer Co | Barista | Double Coffee PorterDogfish Head Craft Brewery | L'Allegro | Belgian Strong Gold AleBurlington Beer Co | Martian Dawn | Double NE IPAWidowmaker Brewing | The Arborist | NE IPA
In this episode, I discuss the importance of pricing your photography sessions profitably from the very beginning. I emphasize the need to use a pricing formula that takes into account your lifestyle, goals, and expenses. I also advise photographers to craft packages that support their client experience and showcase their value. I caution against offering free or cheap sessions for too long and becoming reliant on discounts. Additionally, I recommend using easy, straightforward, whole numbers when pricing packages. I conclude by suggesting that photographers stick with their prices for a minimum of three months and aim to convert at least 40% of their leads.HIGHLIGHTS:Price your sessions profitably from the beginning to ensure a profitable and sustainable business.Craft packages that support your client experience and showcase your value as a photographer.Avoid offering free or cheap sessions for too long and becoming reliant on discounts.Use easy, straightforward, whole numbers when pricing your packages.Stick with your prices for a minimum of three months and aim to convert at least 40% of your leads.LINKS: Ep 270 | Want to Grow Your Photography Business to Full Time Income? Press Play & Learn HowFOLLOW: Tell me what your favorite part of this episode was - @thebrookejeffersonAre you ready to make full time income from your photography business? Join me on December 5th for a LIVE Masterclass where I'm giving you the EXACT steps and strategy to make that happen. Check out more details Loving this podcast? Come join us in the Photographer Community on Facebook.Looking to invest in REAL business strategy and coaching? Come check out my Blueprint program.
Head here for the free resource >>> Your Ultimate Guide to Crafting the Perfect Modules for Student Success Keep your students' motivated and engaged by crafting seamless modules for your digital course. While I typically talk about marketing on this podcast, today, I'm taking a beat to focus on the heart of your thriving online business – your exceptional product. In my case, of course, this is digital courses. But even more than that, it's my seamless digital course modules. Trust me, you can't just throw content together and hope it sticks. Designing the best digital course is all about organizing it in a way that delivers a transformation so smoothly that your students soak it up like a sponge! Oh, and I'm not just scratching the surface, my friends. I'm deep-diving into the art and science behind designing the perfect modules that are sure to leave a lasting impression on your students. In this episode, I cover: 3:08: Why you need to design course modules in the first place 7:30: How to get your students into action throughout every step of your course 13:32: Top frameworks for upleveling the course value 18:53: Simple strategies for supercharging engagement 28:51: The easiest way to keep your students motivated and help them make progress through the course 31:24: Tips for incorporating content for every learning style Listen in and consider this episode your golden ticket to creating top-notch digital course modules. Your students and your business will thank you! Click here to listen! Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."
How Product Managers Can Master the Art of Communication? The Crucial Role of Communication in Product Management Communication is the backbone of a Product Manager's responsibilities, impacting various aspects of their role: 1. Stakeholder Alignment - A PM interfaces with a multitude of stakeholders, including engineers, designers, marketing teams, and executives. The ability to articulate product vision, objectives, and progress is vital to ensure everyone is on the same page. Failure to do so can lead to misunderstandings, delays, and misalignment. Example: Consider the case of Tesla's Elon Musk. His exceptional communication skills, through mediums like Twitter and public presentations, have kept Tesla enthusiasts, investors, and the public informed about the company's vision, progress, and challenges. 2. Requirement Gathering - To build a successful product, a PM needs to gather and document requirements from various sources, including customers, internal teams, and market research. Clear and concise communication ensures that these requirements are accurately captured and understood. Example: Amazon's Jeff Bezos mandated an empty chair in meetings, symbolizing the absent customer. This practice reinforced the importance of customer-centric communication and decision-making in the company. 3. Prioritization and Roadmapping - A Product Manager must prioritize features and create a product roadmap. Effective communication helps in justifying these decisions to the team and stakeholders, aligning everyone with the product's strategic direction. Example: Spotify's Daniel Ek has excelled in communicating their vision to prioritize user-centric features. This has led to a constant stream of innovations in the music streaming service, keeping them ahead in a competitive market. 4. Cross-Functional Collaboration - In a dynamic environment, a PM collaborates with cross-functional teams, often with varying priorities and perspectives. Clear communication fosters collaboration, minimizes conflicts, and helps in achieving product goals. Example: Slack's Stewart Butterfield promoted transparency and open communication, allowing teams to work together efficiently, resulting in the development of a popular team collaboration tool. A Structured Approach to Mastering Communication for Product Managers To shine in their role, Product Managers can adopt a structured approach to communication. Here's a step-by-step guide: 1. Understand Your Audience - The first step is to understand who you are communicating with. Tailor your message to the level of detail and terminology that your audience will understand. Engineers may require technical details, while executives may need a high-level overview. Example: Steve Jobs was known for his ability to simplify complex technological concepts when presenting new Apple products to the general public, making them accessible and exciting. 2. Craft a Clear Narrative - Create a compelling narrative around your product, emphasizing its value proposition, benefits, and unique selling points. A well-structured story captivates your audience and makes the message memorable. Example: The late Tony Hsieh of Zappos was a master at storytelling, making customers and employees feel part of a larger narrative about delivering happiness through exceptional service. 3. Actively Listen - Communication is not just about talking but also about listening. Pay attention to feedback and questions from your team and stakeholders. Listening actively helps you refine your message and address concerns. How to connect with AgileDad: - [website] https://www.agiledad.com/ - [instagram] https://www.instagram.com/agile_coach/ - [facebook] https://www.facebook.com/RealAgileDad/ - [Linkedin] https://www.linkedin.com/in/leehenson/
Episode 196 / Bestselling fantasy author, Helen Scheuerer joins us to discuss the many ways to launch a series and how to craft your launch strategy so that it meshes with your personality, goals, and schedule. We dig into ARCS, preorders, mindset, dealing with disappointing launches, and common mistakes authors make when launching a series. Helen's website: https://helenscheuerer.com/series-launch-bonus/https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CJVHJMYM
2024 is just around the corner, so it might be time for you to start thinking about launching a New Year's program. There's no need to create something purely out of FOMO—you should have offers throughout the year, not just in January. But if you want to capitalize on those New Year's Resolutions, launching free experiences or challenges in the first few weeks of January and saving the sales mechanism for later in the month is a great strategy. Jill also recommends offering longer-term commitments and higher price points to meet the mindset of individuals seeking sustainable solutions in the new year. Whatever you do won't make or break your business, but it could be a great opportunity to try something new and exciting. Get on the Interest List for FBA: https://jillfitfree.com/fba-waitlist/ Jill is a fitness professional and business coach who effectively made the transition from training clients in person and having no time to build anything else to training clients online and actually being more successful. Today, Jill helps other coaches to do the same. Connect with me! Instagram: @jillfit | @fitbizu Facebook: @jillfit Website: jillfit.com
Carina talks about the three mediums that she loves for designers right now! See if these are mediums you are currently designing for or want to design for!Episode 387 My 3 Favorite Design Mediums Right Now_________Love to create, design and craft? Have you always wanted to know how to turn your passions into profit? Carina's new book – Design Profit & Prosper will lead you down the path of making your dreams a reality. Get your copy today! https://www.designsuitecourses.com/designprofitprosper__________About Carina Gardner:Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc.Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers.Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.comWatch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/
The Brewbound team encourages you to skip this episode of the Brewbound Podcast and go to Brewbound.com and watch the 2023 Brewbound Live business conference. If you're a fan of this podcast, you won't want to miss Brewbound Live.
Last week, Westbound & Down Brewing announced that it had acquired two breweries, Aspen Brewing and Capitol Creek Brewery's brewpub, both in Colorado's Roaring Fork Valley. The deal, says Jake Gardner the Director of Brewing Operations at Westbound & Down Brewing Company, is part of a plan the brewery has been eyeing for a while. There was a desire to expand in a meaningful way, while still staying true to the brewing ethos that has guided Westbound and Down since it opened in 2015. We'll talk business and the growth projections, and how Aspen's 7,000 barrel capacity, and Capitol Creek Brewery's brewpub will blend with the existing infrastructure. But we're also going to talk about IPA, barrel-aged beer, and how the brewery wants to be great at all that it does. That goal squares with Gardner's background. He started professionally brewing at Breckenridge Brewery in 2011 before transitioning to Hogshead Brewery where he worked his way up to head brewer in 2013. While working at Hogshead he connected with three mug club members who ended up becoming partners in opening Westbound & Down Brewing. This Episode is Sponsored By:ShopifyShopify's already taken the cash register online, helping millions sell billions around the world. But did you know that Shopify can do the same thing at your retail store? Give your point-of-sale system a serious upgrade, with Shopify. Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at shopify.com/drinkbeer and take your retail business to the next level today.For more Drink Beer, Think Beer check out All About Beer. Host: John Holl Guest: Jake Gardner Sponsors: Shopify, All About Beer Tags: Colorado, Craft, Restaurant, Growth, IPA, Barrels
Why do we stay silent when we know things aren't right? How can leaders spark truth-telling in turbulent times? And how can we foster environments that make it feel safer and worthwhile for people to voice opinions or issues? Together we tackle why people don't speak up more, the often devastating impact of staying quiet, both on ourselves and on others, and what we can do to change that. Shed explains why psychological safety alone isn't enough. We also need courage, and to know our voice matters. He offers insights on changing culture, and reducing fear just enough, while raising the stakes, so people take the risk to contribute. In today's episode we're digging into: We dig into questions like, how do leaders reward truth-telling, even when it's hard to hear? Why must inclusion of diverse views be centered? We discuss the behaviors that encourage participation at all levels. And how to have constructive dialogue, not just top-down criticism. Imagine work cultures where speaking up is welcomed, not just tolerated. Where complex issues are explored from all sides, with open-minded curiosity, not closed-minded certainty. And we're in conversation with: SPARKED BRAINTRUST ADVISOR: Stephen ‘Shed' Shedletzky | Website | Book Speaker and author of “Speak-Up Culture: When Leaders Truly Listen, People Step Up”, Stephen Shedletzky. Stephen, or Shed, as most folks call him, is a leadership coach and advisor who helps leaders make it safe and worth it for people to speak up. Over the years, he's taken on roles like Chief of Staff, Lead Igniter & Head of Brand Experience, Training & Development. He's led a global team of speakers and facilitators, as well as hundreds of his own keynotes, workshops and team and leadership development programs. YOUR HOST: Jonathan Fields Jonathan is a dad, husband, award-winning author, multi-time founder, executive producer and host of the Good Life Project podcast, and co-host of SPARKED, too! He's also the creator of an unusual tool that's helped more than 650,000 people discover what kind of work makes them come alive - the Sparketype® Assessment, and author of the bestselling book, SPARKED. How to submit your question for the SPARKED Braintrust: Wisdom-seeker submissions More on Sparketypes at: Discover You Sparketype | The Book | The Website Find a Certified Sparketype Advisor: CSA Directory Presented by LinkedIn.
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Subscriber-only episodeIn this supporter-only episode, Jami and Sara discuss one of the most popular tropes, Fish out of Water. They "dive" (see what we did there?) into why the trope is popular across all genres, the plot elements of the Fish out of Water trope, and how several different Fish out of Water subtypes can be layered into a single story. Then, because Sara loves a list and Jami humors her, they run through subtypes of the trope and list examples from popular entertainment, including:Different/Foreign LocationTechTime TravelExpert/NoviceNew powersRich/PoorPlus many more . . . If you're already a supporter, check your private RSS feed for the full episode.If you're a supporter and don't have the private RSS feed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get access to your private RSS feed.
Do you want to overcome the challenges holding you back and unlock your true potential? Are you searching for a way to achieve personal growth and recovery? Look no further, as our guest, Adam Jablin, will be sharing the solution to help you attain this desired outcome. Prepare to discover the tools and strategies that will empower you to conquer obstacles and reach new heights in your personal development journey. Get ready to unleash your inner potential and transform your life! My special guest is Adam Jablin Adam Jablin, an addiction and mental health expert, recovery and performance coach, and the founder of The Determined Society and Your Way to Freedom, joins Shawn French in this episode of The Determined Society podcast. With his extensive knowledge and experience in personal development and recovery, Adam brings a unique perspective on overcoming obstacles and unlocking one's true potential. Having been featured in Forbes magazine, Adam's expertise and insights make him a valuable guest for individuals seeking personal growth and recovery. Get ready to dive into a conversation filled with wisdom, authenticity, and practical advice for navigating the challenges of life and achieving unparalleled success. Be present. Focus on the now, and let go of worrying about the past or the future. - Adam Javelin In this episode, you will be able to: Enhance mental performance and mindset for personal growth. Overcome perfectionism to unlock your true potential. Cultivate gratitude, giving, and receiving for a fulfilling life. Navigate recovery and personal development with resilience and strength. Craft thoughtful responses to life's challenges for a more peaceful existence. Enhancing Mental Performance and Mindset The process of personal growth and recovery relies heavily on a strong, focused mindset and heightened mental performance. The ability to adapt and adjust the mental perspective is a game-changer when navigating through the stages of recovery and development. It's about shifting away from a scarcity mindset, towards one of abundance and opportunity, helping individuals to break free from limitation and embrace their full potential. Connect with Adam Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/adamjablin/ Buy Adam's Book- https://adamjablin.com/book/ Connect with Shawn: Book a call- https://calendly.com/shawnmf32/strategy-call?month=2023-12
Mike spent 18-years in the US Army and as a government contractor for OGA. He served as a SGM inSpecial Forces in various positions and deployed multiple times to combat theaters. He is an expert in Counter-Terrorism, Security, and Crisis Management Operations and is the host of the Fieldcraft Survival Podcast. He is an avid outdoorsman, overland enthusiast, traveler, and hunter.
Carina recently watch the Eras Tour Concert Movie not once but twice! She talks about some the amazing things Taylor Swift has done in her young life and career and how we can follow some of those amazing action steps as designers.Episode 386 The Taylor Swift Episode_________Love to create, design and craft? Have you always wanted to know how to turn your passions into profit? Carina's new book – Design Profit & Prosper will lead you down the path of making your dreams a reality. Get your copy today! https://www.designsuitecourses.com/designprofitprosper__________About Carina Gardner:Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc.Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers.Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.comWatch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/
Host Ben Rice travels to Sacramento, CA, to pay yet another visit to New Helvetia Brewing. This time, he sits down with current owner Dave Gull to discuss New Helvetia's newly-announced move to a public co-operative model and their recent 11th anniversary (and Ben's secret lineup pop-up show at said anniversary party). While we do get into specifics about what the co-op model means for him, the company, its employees, the city of Sacramento, and potential members, first, we take our sweet-ass time getting there by wishing Dave a happy 50th birthday (because he was kind enough to sit down with me on his birthday), discussing a variety of topics, such as reincarnation, Carl Sagan's Cosmos, Ben's past career in music journalism, Sacramento's odd behavior toward the arts and passion projects, Sacramento history lost to time, capitalism's war on positive change, and that old bugaboo Nationalized Healthcare. Plus! Again, so much detail about what this co-operative is, how it will work, what you can expect and how you can plan for the unexpected if you wish to join the membership, its efforts at equity, hyper-focusing on improving Sacramento while getting it drunk at the same time, and its $300 lifetime membership!Find out more about this co-op effort and how to get involved (and answers to questions we maybe didn't answer on the episode) or just to see what they've got on tap and available to devour (I WANT TO BE VERY CLEAR HERE: AFTER THIS EPISODE WAS RECORDED, I HAD THE BIRRIA BURGER FROM CHEF NATE SOTO AND IT IS THE BEST BURGER I HAVE EVER HAD AND IS IN THE TOP 10 THINGS I HAVE EATEN OF ANY KIND - TRULY, IF YOU SEE THIS ON SPECIAL, ORDER IT. ORDER IT FOR FRIENDS. BRING SOME HOME FOR LATER. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. BIRRIA BURGER. GET IT. GOOD GOODNESS.)You can also learn more about host Ben Rice's other goings on and the podcast and what beers he's drinking by following him on social media @barleyandmepod or checking out the fairly-current new website, barleyandmepod.comEmail questions/comments/concerns/guest ideas/brewery ideas to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgBen is also posting #Chugs4Charity videos semi-regularly on Instagram (@barleyandmepod), to help raise funds for various local and national charities with goals of making our world a better place. You can Venmo Ben ($comedianbenrice) or hit his PayPal (@barleyandmepod) and all money will go to support the NAACP, ACLU, Black Lives Matter, and other civil rights helpers. Charities will change with the times and as emergencies arise. But the point is: all donations will go to help those who need it.It's now been over a year since Brienne Allen's revelations about the beer industry's treatment of women and minorities. If you have stories about change (or lack thereof), please submit them (anonymously if you wish) and your story may be featured on a future episode. Simply go to https://forms.gle/2QNebCn7NHHjsEbg6Intro Music: “Functional Alcoholism” by Be Brave Bold Robot (@bebraveboldrobot)Interstitial Music: "JamRoc" by Breez (@breeztheartist)Logo by Jessica DiMesio (@alchemistqueen)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4698161/advertisement
Many years ago, Waylon came across a uniquely simple, yun-ful watch display in an outdoor mall in LA. One was black, one white, both with wooden cases. He fell in love not only with the simple elegance, but the values—these are just about the only watches entirely Made in the USA, these days. Waylon bought a Weiss watch a year later, an early “adult” purchase. Recently, Waylon and Cameron Weiss, founder of Weiss Watch Company, speak about the sustainability of mechanical watches, how they can keep us in the present moment, and considerate about how we use our time; how a watch is often an heirloom item, and what that means. “A watch, like any thing, can be ethically-crafted & sourced, an heirloom to pass on to a loved one. Few are. Weiss is.” ~ Waylon Lewis We discuss ethical, eco, made-in-the-USA craft, which in many ways is a dying thing. Subscribers get the full conversation.
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In this episode we cover the last era of Bette Davis' illustrious career, the one where she had a clawhold on horror. We cover Dead Ringer (1964), The Nanny (1965), The Anniversary (1968), Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973), Burnt Offerings (1976), The Watcher in the Woods (1980) and, briefly, Wicked Stepmother (1989). Produced and presented by Anna Bogutskaya. ***Music: "Bloodlust" by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio and @lofigeek***The Final Girls are a UK-based film collective exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism, founded by Anna Bogutskaya and Olivia Howe.→ Find out more about our projects here: thefinalgirls.co.uk→ Listen to our weekly horror film podcast.→ Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.→ Support us on Patreon for bonus content.
"While you're being curious, also delay saying anything about what you do. If they don't want to hear about what you do, they're probably not going to be a great advocate. They're probably not going to be the type of person that's going to get you in the door or refer you." - Dave Castro in today's Tip 1674 What's your thought about this? Join the conversation at DailySales.Tips/1674 and learn more about Dave! Have feedback? Want to share a sales tip? Call or text the Sales Success Hotline: 512-777-1442 or Email: email@example.com
Pour yourself a glass and join us on a thrilling journey of bourbon tasting and storytelling. With our guest Super Nash, we explore the depths of Booker's Bourbon, each glass a testament to the craftsmanship and rich legacy of Booker Noe himself. Listen closely as we reminisce about Booker's early days, recognize his mentor Carl Beam and discover how their beloved bourbon encapsulates the essence of this historic journey.Get ready for a sensory symphony as we examine each batch. From the surprising note of lime skittle to the classic richness of a Rickhouse scent, we share our unfiltered thoughts on each flavor and aroma, ensuring you feel every sip right along with us. But the fun doesn't stop there; we blind-taste two different batches of bourbon, Cave Hill and Storyteller, and wrestle with the delicious task of picking our favorite. This episode is a testament to the importance of blind tastings and the stripping away of biases, where the palate is the true judge.As the episode progresses, we introduce a twist by tasting four different batches of Bookers, eagerly waiting for our wives to text us the batch information. Through the laughter and banter, we find ourselves reminiscing, discussing the rich history, and appreciating the craftsmanship behind each bottle. So whether you're a seasoned bourbon lover or a curious newbie, this episode is an invitation to experience the joy ride that is bourbon tasting with us. Don't miss out on this barrel of fun! Support the showhttps://www.scotchybourbonboys.com
Bork Nerdrum and Jan-Ove Tuv take a deep-dive into Larry Shiner's book The Invention of Art (2001), commenting on the contents from the perspective of classical painting and culture.
Today I'm excited to welcome our guest, Wendy Batten, also known as the Retailer's Mentor. She is a coach, consultant and host of the podcast, “Creative Shop Talk” She also runs a membership group called the Retailer's inner Circle. Wendy comes to us as a champion for small shop owners and creative business owners in particular. She knows firsthand the challenges of running a creative business and has overcome burnout to build a successful venture. Now, Wendy is passionate about helping others achieve their dreams, offering one-on-one guidance, signature courses, and live retreats. She's bringing her years of business experience and warm approach to becoming a trusted mentor and coach for creative retailers and entrepreneurs all over the world.
Welcome everyone to the Craft & Draft podcast! We are so excited to bring you what we love, talking with you about workshop, literacy, writing, reading, and real world teaching. As school moves into the holiday season, many teachers are wondering what they need to do to maintain growth and move the students forward. In […] The post #169 Capturing Where We've Been LIVE (pt.2) appeared first on Craft & Draft.
Ned discusses the importance of actively engaging in his children's interests to strengthen familial bonds. Sharing personal experiences, he illustrates his involvement in activities like soccer and track with his daughter and watching car shows with his son. Ned also recounts specific moments of connection, such as accompanying his daughter for a sliding glass window purchase, fixing a drawer, and a memorable Disneyland trip. These stories underscore his message about the positive impact of a father's genuine interest and participation in their children's lives.----------This episode is sponsored by The Adventure of FatherhoodOrder The Adventure of Fatherhood children's book hereCheck out the TEDx----------Want to learn more about The Adventure of Fatherhood?https://www.adventureoffatherhood.com/https://www.rebelandcreate.com/Each week Ned sits down with a dad and asks him to open up his field notes and share with other men who find themselves on the Adventure of Fatherhood.Follow us:Instagram: www.instagram.com/rebelandcreateYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/rebelandcreate/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebelandcreate
Carina has made some changes to the podcast and she hopes you love them! Learn more about how she has reinvented the podcast on her birthday!Episode 385 Reinvention of the Make and Design Podcast_________Love to create, design and craft? Have you always wanted to know how to turn your passions into profit? Carina's new book – Design Profit & Prosper will lead you down the path of making your dreams a reality. Get your copy today! https://www.designsuitecourses.com/designprofitprosper__________About Carina Gardner:Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc.Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers.Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.comWatch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/Hey there! I have a new Profitable Designer Starter Guide. It's filled with videos and worksheets to help you. And the best part is that it is FREE. Get access now by going to www.carinagardnercourses.com/starterguide and learn more about becoming profitable today.
This week we talk to Nichole Graf, the co-founder and creative director of Raven Grass Cannabis, out of Olympia, Washington. With a focus on ethical production, education, and transparency, Nichole has worked hard to make a mark on the Washington State legal market despite many frustrating obstacles. In this illuminating discussion, Nichole shares her preference for smoking joints, her passion for growing cannabis, and what the craft cannabis industry is up against in WA State and the world at large. Check out Raven Grass here: https://www.ravengrass.com/
It was a hot and muggy night in Warsaw, unusual for this time of the year. Sitting at the bar was a man nursing a beer. No one noticed his unkempt appearance or the bulge in his jacket pocket. As the bartender rang up another transaction, a young man wearing a ball cap swung open the door. A quick sideways glance was given to the stranger who strode over to take a seat at the bar. The young man ordered a beer then turned and quietly said, “Erdnase.” After a few uneasy moments that seemed like an eternity, the man reached into his pocket. He pulled out a deck of cards and suddenly…it was magic time.That could have gone in a completely different direction and oftentimes it does in the world of spy craft. This week we chat with the former Acting Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.), John McLaughlin. There is an overlap and kinship in the keeping of secrets both as spies and as magicians, though one doesn't control the balance of life and death in their hands. John is an American Intelligence Officer who served as Deputy Director of the C.I.A. under President Bill Clinton and then briefly as the Acting Director of the C.I.A. under President G.W. Bush then retired in 2004. McLaughlin currently serves as a Senior Fellow and Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence at the Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize While attending the 2023 S.A.M. convention in New Orleans, John and I had a chance to have a long conversation about some of the declassified operations in the C.I.A., “Project Mincemeat”, the “War Magician” (Jasper Maskelyne), the similarities between spies and magicians, and the local magic scene in Washington, D.C. Download this podcast in an MP3 file by Clicking Here and then right click to save the file. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed by Clicking Here. You can download or listen to the podcast through Stitcher by Clicking Here or through FeedPress by Clicking Here or through Tunein.com by Clicking Here or through iHeart Radio by Clicking Here..If you have a Spotify account, then you can also hear us through that app, too. You can also listen through your Amazon Alexa and Google Home devices. Remember, you can download it through the iTunes store, too. See the preview page by Clicking Here Click on this link to see information and prices for other ways of reading/hearing "The War Magician", i.e. digital, audible, paperback and hardback.
Trying to run a new advertising campaign but not getting any traction? In this episode of the DrMarketingTips Show, Corey and Chad talk you through what's happening in digital advertising trends and new hurdles medical practices face in reaching new patients as advertising platforms update their terms and restrictions. New privacy restrictions are constantly being updated but without viable advertiser support from platforms like Meta and Google, posing challenges to advertisers aiming to craft effective campaigns. Medical practices often need to work with an agency who has a Facebook (Meta) Ad representative or Google Ad Support account to even get a response. Join us as we share the reasons behind ad rejections, shifting ad policies, and actionable strategies to avoid restrictions so that your practice can continue to use social media advertising and Google ads. Tune in to discover:The evolving nature of ad platforms and the challenges faced by advertisers.Strategies for verification and transparency required by advertising platforms.The impact of privacy laws on ad tracking and strategies to comply.Common reasons for ad denials and unexpected hurdles in digital advertising.Best practices to avoid ad rejections and navigate platform restrictions effectively.Tools, resources, and tips to stay updated and manage evolving ad policies efficiently.
Is it winter yet? It's pretty chilly out there and Chris was in the dog house! Don't worry though, our other red-headed friend and returning guest Ben, joins us to warm the room and our hearts. Is he the hidden palate we've been looking for? We don't know our winter trivia that well and please tell us if you agree with our winter bracket! While you play drink some beers with us! We're back at it again to finish off Jake's share of the ol' Wallenpaupack beers! Hope you had a great thanksgiving. Prost!
Garage Beer's new owner, Andy Sauer, and VP of marketing, Corey Smale, join the Brewbound team to discuss taking over the craft lager brand following a deal with Kentucky's Braxton Brewing earlier this year. Sauer and Smale share how they're building the brand, expanding to new markets, speaking to consumers and creating and nurturing the brand's voice. The Brewbound team also breaks down the latest legal news in the beer space, including a lawsuit among Tree House owners and the dismissal of a shareholder lawsuit against Boston Beer amid the slowdown of Truly Hard Seltzer. The team also play Another Round or Tabbing Out on the growing number of craft doomsday stories.
How do we start our septuagennial episode? With a BLOTTO BEATLES EXCLUSIVE!We then jump into the episode proper with Tommy's new catch phrase, some listener homework, Scotty C never skipping hands day, Irish Budweisers, another amazing example of RB breaking down rock and roll patterns, Tommy saying the word "standard" about 400 times, Becker telling us the favorite songs of each William, Tommy singing every song with the lyric "I Will," and the rhumba-inspired White Album standard, I Will.As always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram & Twitter, by emailing us, or on the web. We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Even better, tell a friend. We have a shop! Grab some merch. You can always drunk dial us at 1.857.233.9793 to share your thoughts, feedback, confessions, and concerns and to be featured in an upcoming episode. Enjoying the show? Buy us a beer via the tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what we should drink with the money).You know we're making a list of it, see the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list & listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to always enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Musical Supervisor: RB (@ryanobrooks)Associate Musical Supervision: Tim Clark (@nodisassemble)
Could you accidentally be trapped in expertise overdrive? If your audience is smiling, nodding and saying, “Oh, that's really interesting,” you're facing a common problem of many online entrepreneurs–you're overwhelming your audience. In this recast episode from The Art Of Online Business Podcast, I live coach Rick Mulready's co-host Kwadwo (pronounced “Quayjo”), through a powerful exercise to tailor your message so your expertise never goes over your audience's heads again.I've never shared these insights on any podcast before, so bust out your notebook because you're about to reshape the way you communicate your expertise.This conversation is filled with GOLD and tangible strategies and I can't wait to hear how this one resonates with you.EPISODE SHOW NOTES
In this episode Hana O'Neill the Suburban Witch, chats with Raechel Henderson (She/Her). Raechel is a Pagan, witch, author and dual-class seamstress/shieldmaiden. She is a contributor to Llewellyn's almanacs and calendars and she blogs about magic, creativity, and living by your own patterns. We chatted about craft witchery, and putting the CRAFT back into witchCRAFT. Get ready to be inspired! Our "Hana Help Me" segment addresses a question about being in the broom closet, specifically with young children. Read the broom closet blog post here https://www.suburbanwitchery.com/blog/stuck-in-the-broom-closet-tips-for-coming-out-as-a-witch-living-authentically-and-staying-safe Send your 'Hana Help Me' questions to firstname.lastname@example.org You can find Raechel on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/idiorhythmic The instagram account I mentioned with the cordage, basket weaving etc. is https://www.instagram.com/foragedfibres Join the Word Witches discord here: https://discord.gg/3mNc4p2G8S Did you enjoy this podcast? Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Get your witchy desktop planner here https://www.suburbanwitchery.com/shop/p/2023-witchy-desktop-planner-aest To book an astrology reading or tarot reading with Hana the Suburban Witch visit https://www.suburbanwitchery.com Try the psychic quiz here https://www.suburbanwitchery.com/quiz Follow along with our social media accounts too! https://www.instagram.com/suburban_witchery https://www.instagram.com/witchtalkspodcast https://www.facebook.com/suburbanwitchery https://www.youtube.com/suburbanwitchery https://www.tiktok.com/@suburbanwitchery You can also provide a one time donation directly via PayPal https://paypal.me/suburbanwitchery or you can send Hana a lovely gift here https://www.amazon.com.au/hz/wishlist/ls/2EOSTO589ZAZ5?ref_=wl_share
Are you a lawyer struggling to compete with law firms spending millions on marketing? How can you up your game and grow your practice– without breaking the bank? In a rapidly changing legal industry, lawyers need to adapt and learn essential business development skills that aren't taught in law school. On this episode of the Cut to the Chase: Podcast, we have Steve Fretzin, a master lawyer coach with 15 years of experience, to discuss the importance of lawyer coaching and how it can help lawyers excel in their careers. Steve Fretzin has worked with lawyers from various practice areas and different personality types, proving that coaching works for everyone. In this episode, you'll learn about the value of lawyer coaching, who can benefit from it, and how it can transform a lawyer's career. On this episode of the Cut to the Chase: Podcast, Gregg and Steve discuss: - The need for coaching and skill development beyond legal education - The benefits of lawyer coaching for business development and client growth - How coaching helps lawyers create sustainable and efficient practices - Identifying gaps in business development skills and how coaching addresses them - The importance of motivation and commitment in successful coaching - The upcoming workshop on unleashing potential in 2024 and its benefits Key Actionable Takeaways for Law Firms: - Develop a comprehensive business development plan to achieve growth - Learn effective networking strategies to build relationships and engage potential clients - Use sales-free selling methods to connect with clients and pitch your services without feeling salesy - Utilize coaching and training programs to bridge the gap between legal education and business development skills - Embrace technology and leverage AI to streamline operations and enhance client services For lawyers looking to take their careers to the next level, coaching and skill development in business development are essential. Reach out to Steve Fretzin via email [email@example.com] or LinkedIn [www.linkedin.com/in/stevefretzin] and explore how his coaching programs can help you unlock your potential and achieve success in the legal industry. Details On Steve's Upcoming Workshop Below: Ever feel like your success is just around the corner, waiting for the perfect moment to shine? Well, guess what? The time is NOW, and we've got the key to unlock your triumphs in 2024! Join Steve Fretzin, the powerhouse behind BE THAT LAWYER and a four-time bestselling author, as he spills the beans on supercharging your success. Craft a killer plan, build an unforgettable personal brand, and learn the art of selling without the hard sell – all backed by Steve's proven strategies. Ready to harness the power of low-hanging fruit and foster client loyalty that lasts? Steve Fretzin, the maestro of lawyer coaching, is here to guide you to new heights! Don't miss your chance – enroll in the FRETZIN train now and make 2024 YOUR year! Again the event is on, December 18th 2023 and to sign up for the Business Development Workshop go to www.fretzin.com/events!
Episode 195 / What's your favorite trope? We asked a range of authors this question, and we're here to share the answers as well as unpack the benefits of writing tropes, why we love specific tropes, and where to find the best examples of the specific trope in books, movies, and television. Tropes discussed: found family, enemies to lovers, friends to lovers, grumpy sunshine, and marriage of convenience.Authors included in this episode: Wendy Vella, Ines Johnson, Becca Syme, Daniel Willcocks, Matty Dalrymple, and Megan Haskell.
Carina talks about how you can still plan but have spontaneity in your artwork. She calls this being deliberately chaotic. Put time on your calendar to design but then do the work!Carina is working in Procreate in this episode.Episode 384 Deliberately Chaotic_________Love to create, design and craft? Have you always wanted to know how to turn your passions into profit? Carina's new book – Design Profit & Prosper will lead you down the path of making your dreams a reality. Get your copy today! https://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designprofitprosper__________About Carina Gardner:Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc.Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers.Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.comWatch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/Hey there! I have a new Profitable Designer Starter Guide. It's filled with videos and worksheets to help you. And the best part is that it is FREE. Get access now by going to www.carinagardnercourses.com/starterguide and learn more about becoming profitable today.
Good sales pitches aren't about what you have to offer. An effective sales pitch is all about what you have to offer that the other guys don't have. When you can identify that selling point, you're headed in the right direction to close the deal. April Dunford is an executive consultant, speaker, and author who helps technology companies make complicated products easy for customers to understand and love. She is a globally recognized expert in positioning and market strategy and has launched 16 products to market across her 25-year career as VP of marketing at a series of successful high-growth startups. April advises leadership, sales, and marketing teams through training, workshops, and keynote talks. April offers invaluable insights from her latest book Sales Pitch: How to Craft a Story to Stand Out and Win. She goes deep into the art of effective pitching and selling and shares the specific framework she has used to successfully pitch products at companies like Google, IBM, Postman, and Epic Games. Nobody likes buying insurance. Shopping for B-to-B software is nobody's favorite pastime. And when it came time for April to buy a new toilet, she learned just how painful buying can be. Sorting through features is overwhelming, and the sheer number of decisions that have to be made around making one single purchase can be enough to make anyone give up and head in the opposite direction. 40 to 60% of B-to-B tech purchase processes end in no decision. When buyers are overwhelmed by their options and feel that they don't have access to the information they need to make an informed decision, the easy answer is to prolong the decision altogether and not buy anything. Overwhelmed buyers need a guide — not a pushy salesperson — to help them identify the most critical elements of their purchase and make a decision. Customers don't really care about the features themselves, they care about what those features are going to do for their business. There is always an alternative to solving a problem, and customers need to clearly see that their best option is to buy from you. The question you are trying to answer isn't “why pick us,” it's “why pick us over the other guys.” Identifying the key differentiators and highlighting that value to others is a critical first step to closing the sale. Interview Links: April Dunford Resources: Growth Navigator Coaching Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Short List (use code scaleup) Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth. We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits. Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.
We are reviewing the Women Lead Moives Bracket. Please let us know what the best women's movie is. Here are the movies on this bracket: The Happytime Murders (2018)Enough (2002)Practical Magic (1998)Mahogany (1975)Baby Mama (2008)Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. (2023)Ocean's 8 (2018)Alien (1979)Poetic Justice (1993)Widows (2018)Resident Evil (2002)Cinderella (1950)The new mutants (2020)The Wizard of OZ (1939)Sweet home Alabama (2002)Snow white and the seven dwarfs (1937)Divergent (2014)Gravity (2013)Miss congeniality (2000)Sixteen Candles (1984)The woman King (2022)Juno (2007)She's the man (2006)changeling (2008) Jennifer's body (2009)Beauty and the beast (1991)Twilight (2008)Wonder woman (2017)the princess diaries (2001)Hidden Figures (2016)Selena (1997)Matilda (1996)girl, interrupted (1999)Precious (2009)G. I Jane (1997)little women (1994)Maleficent (2014)girls trip (2017)Pocahontas (1995)bottoms (2023)Save the last dance (2001)a league of their own (1992)Death becomes her (1992)The little mermaid (1989)For a Good Time, Call (2012)Frozen (2013)The Craft (1996)Million dollar baby (2004)The Silence of the Lambs (1991)Coraline (2009)waiting to exhale (1995)Bridesmaids (2011)Carrie (1976)truth about cats and dogs (1996)Foxy Brown (1974)Sleeping Beauty (1959)Pretty woman (1990)Heathers (1988)Bring it on (2000)Titanic (1997)Lucy (2014)The Legend of Billie Jean (1985)the baby-sitters club (1995)jackie brown (1997)Frida (2002)Lilo & stitch (2002)The Heat (2013)Pride & Prejudice (2005)Charlie's Angels (2000)now and then (1995)set it offMulan (1998)Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)Thelma & Louise (1991)legally blonde (2001)Whip it (2009)the color purple (1985)kill bill volume 1 (2003)v for vendetta (2005)Bend it like beckham (2002)Pretty in pink (1986)black swan (2010)the devil wears prada (2006)Easy a (2010)My big fat greek wedding (2002)Erin Brockovich (2000)the help (2011)The princess and the frog (2009)Terms of endearment (1983)Love & Basketball (2000)Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020)The hunger games (2012)black widow (2021)Emma (1996)captain marvel (2019)Alice in wonderland (1951)mystic pizza (1988)Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)Brave (2012)mean girls (2004)Clueless (1995)Pitch Perfect (2012)steel magnolias (1989)Monster (2003) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/support