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Token Theatre Friends
Ep. 40: A Lesson in Crafting Opera (Ft. Laquita Mitchell)

Token Theatre Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 33:28


In this episode, Jose speaks to world renowned soprano Laquita Mitchell. This month she stars in On Site Opera's Lesson Plan, an adaptation of Georg Philipp Telemann's Der Schulmeister which takes place on Zoom. During the pandemic, in addition to performing, Mitchell has hosted a series of conversations with artists and thinkers she admires, which in addition to being a delight, are often enlightening. Mitchell spoke about what she's learned, seen, and heard during the last two years, and briefly touched on upcoming projects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AR Show with Jason McDowall
Nicole Lazzaro (XEO Design) on the Four Keys to Crafting Compelling AR & VR Experiences

AR Show with Jason McDowall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 98:33


Nicole Lazzaro. Nicole is the founder and president of XEO Design. Previously she was the designer of “Tilt,” the first true iPhone-only game, but it's her research into player emotions that has attracted big firms like EA, Sony, and Ubisoft to seek out her expertise. By tapping into “emotion profiles,” Nicole helps designers create more engaging gaming experiences that resonate with all types of players, from casual to hard-core.Nicole has been a leading expert in Player Experience Design for 30 years. She laid the foundation for her research and insights by earning a degree in Cognitive Psychology from Stanford.In this conversation, we dig into her distillation of how we as humans engage with games. She calls this framework the Four Keys to Fun. Nicole shares how her work on Myst and the Sims franchises broaden the industry's perspective and helped motivate her to pursue her research.Nicole also shares how she's turned her focus and insights to AR and VR, and sees a vast blue ocean of opportunity. We go on to talk about her work on the Bose AR glasses, and her current XR project, as well as her take on the biggest risk and hope for the new types of AR and VR experiences we're creating.You can find all of the show notes at thearshow.com.

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 93 Take More Risks Not Less

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 14:04


Taking Risks is always a big step, being vulnerable and leaving your comfort zone is what most people fear. Once you take that risk and fail. people tend to step back and be comfortable with not taking another risk. Join me in this episode and learn more about taking risks. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Wedding Industry Insider
WII 088: Lynne Reznick Brings the Heart of an Educator to Crafting the Client Experience

Wedding Industry Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 59:30


When we think of weddings, we often think first of the wedding planner. Yet we know that many other vendors likewise contribute to the smooth production of a wedding. In this respect, collaboration is not only key to overall success but also reveals insight from other industry professionals. For example, another person who plays a... The post WII 088: Lynne Reznick Brings the Heart of an Educator to Crafting the Client Experience appeared first on Timeline Genius Blog.

Notably Disney
Author Spencer Wright Discusses Crafting ”Voices Behind the Magic”

Notably Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 56:02


Ever wonder the "origin stories" of the performers behind some of the most beloved Disney characters like Yzma, Maleficent, Baloo, and Mrs. Potts? Well, author Spencer Wright has crafted 13 chapters in his new book, Voices Behind the Magic, each one chronicling a voice artist's career. Among those featured are Eartha Kitt, Bing Crosby, Ed Wynn, and Angela Lansbury. Spencer focuses on their contributions to the world of Disney, including their most notable vocal roles, as well as the lasting legacies they have had on the company. On this episode of Notably Disney, host Brett Nachman talks with Spencer about the book's origins and the fascinating stories behind these unforgettable voice artists. Follow Spencer on Facebook (Spencer Wright, Author) and Instagram (@overlookeddis).  Feel free to follow Brett on Twitter (@bnachmanreports), subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback to notablydisney@gmail.com New episodes of the podcast debut on the first and third Tuesday of every month.

WebTalkRadio.net
Core Beliefs

WebTalkRadio.net

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022


In this episode, the Crones begin to introduce their Core Beliefs about Witchcraft and how they practice it. There are 8 in all and they cover how they perceive the Divine, the concept of balance, the meeting point of the worlds of the magickal and the mundane, and their definition of Crafting. The Witchstones Oracle Card for this […] The post Core Beliefs appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

Spa Marketing Made Easy Podcast
SMME #263 Crafting Your Spa's Social Media Content Strategy

Spa Marketing Made Easy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 27:11


What works with social media marketing for your spa may be ever-changing, but if there's one thing that's constant, it's that social media isn't going anywhere.    If you find yourself posting off-the-cuff, or not at all because you just can't find the time or a picture/video to post, or topic to write a caption about, this is a sign that you need a strategy and a system for your spa's social media. In this episode, I'm walking you through my 3-step process for crafting a plan for your spa's social media so that it actually works for you (and not the other way around).    In this episode, you'll learn:   The ultimate purpose of social media and how understanding this purpose puts all your effort into perspective Why content topic mapping saves you time in the long run and how to make your topics cohesive so that they actually result in sales How to look at your social media activities and tasks through the lens of CEO time  My top tips for how to efficiently and effectively create content for social media   To read the full show notes for this episode, visit: http://www.addoaesthetics.com/blog/263   Keep the conversation going inside the Spa Marketing Made Easy Community by clicking here.

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 92 3 Unintended Consequences of My Design Business

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 16:50


These 3 Unintended Consequences have been a big eye opener for me, there will always be these consequences that will happen in your Business journey some good and some bad.  Join me in this episode as I share these consequences and may it be a part of growing your Business. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Gravity
100. Gravity's Best of 2021: Compilation Episode

Gravity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 54:33


After two long years (for so many reasons), we've reached triple digits on a social experiment that has been equal parts illuminating, educational, inspiring, and hard work. This checkpoint gives us a good opportunity to view the collection of episodes as a library, a growing anthology of human knowledge and experience. At that elevation, it's a significant accomplishment and one we're proud to continue building on. To celebrate the milestone, we've put together a very special compilation episode which brings together a handful of our favorite stories and lessons from this past year. It wasn't easy. Each and every guest has been gracious to, oftentimes, reveal parts of their lives and careers that they've never talked about – sharing their wisdom and most deeply-held experiences so we can unpack them for the benefit of the community. Tune in to hear from ten guests as we weave a story through our 2021 content to pull out themes and overarching takeaways. Take notes, refine your mindset, laugh, cry – and feel more grounded in your own life and achievements, big and small. This episode is sure to bring you the full range of human experience, just like we drew it up. Featuring: [3:02] Chet Scott sets our intention for 2022 [6:40] Joe DeLoss asks why, and does the work to find the answers within himself [11:09] Howard Getson gets deep about love and its place in the world [14:24] Jeff Krasno shares an embarrassing story from his childhood [22:23] Dan Sullivan previews foundational wisdom from his latest book [27:45] Jordan Reeves sheds light on the LGBTQ+ point of view [32:56] Stephanie Hightower coaches us on modern workplace equity  [36:40] Mark Goulston paints a picture of his mindset practice principles  [42:04] Magie Cook's story goes from an orphanage in Mexico to Whole Foods [47:39] Katy Smith helps us realize the power in human experience  To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://gravityproject.com/ (gravityproject.com) Resources: https://brett-kaufman.com/g82-chet-scott/ (82. A Heart Attack's Teachings: Finding Your Opus with Chet Scott) https://brett-kaufman.com/g76-joe-deloss/ (76. Hot Chicken is Good for the Soul: Business as Spiritual Nourishment with Joe DeLoss) https://brett-kaufman.com/g65-howard-getson/ (65. Love as Primary Energy: Simplification, Collaboration & Healing with Howard Getson) https://brett-kaufman.com/g73-jeff-krasno/ (73. Creating Identity Through Consciousness & Community with Jeff Krasno) https://brett-kaufman.com/g89-dan-sullivan/ (89. The Pursuit of Happiness & Measuring Progress Backward with Dan Sullivan) https://brett-kaufman.com/g-70-jordan-reeves/ (70. Living Outside the Box: Compartmentalizing Love & Acceptance with Jordan Reeves) https://brett-kaufman.com/g-70-president-stephanie-hightower/ (71. Clearing Life's Hurdles: Both Metaphorical & Literal with Stephanie Hightower) https://brett-kaufman.com/g87-dr-mark-goulston/ (87. Crafting a Michelangelo Mindset: Finding the Angel in the Marble with Mark Goulston) https://brett-kaufman.com/g52-magie-cook/ (52. The Ultimate Underdog: Rags to Riches & Nothing to Nobel Prize with Magie Cook) https://brett-kaufman.com/g57-katy-smith/ (57. Your Story Heals: Shining Light on Stories That Need to Be Told with Katy Smith) Gravity is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media).

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 91 Quilt Pattern Design with Melanie Collette

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 9:22


Melanie Collette is a talented quilt pattern designer. We talk about her newest patterns in this episode. Find out more about Melanie at https://www.hellomellydesigns.com/. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Stop and Smell the Roses
13: Crafting an Atmosphere with Darren Olarsch

Stop and Smell the Roses

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 29:10


Preston is joined by one of his long-time friends, Darren Olarsch--an event producer at the absolute top of the game!  The Founder of New York-based On The Move Entertainment, Darren has been producing INCREDIBLE events since 1993--collaborating with his clients on a level that few others do. And that commitment paired with his true passion for creating an incredible experience makes him deliver an atmosphere that reflects his clients' personalities and thrills ALL their guests' senses! On this episode, Preston and Darren discuss what makes a great band, creating and immersive experience, their friendship over the years, Darrent's pandemic silver lining, and so much more! Listen in... Links & Resources: Link to Sound File for Visually Impaired: Click Here Host: Preston Bailey Guest: Event Producer Darren Olarsch, Founder of On the Move Entertainment | Follow Darren on Instagram (@OnTheMoveEvents) | Follow Darren on Facebook Show Info, Episodes, and Notes: StopAndSmellTheRosesPodcast.com Title Sponsor: On the Move Entertainment Have a question for Preston? Record a voice message and be featured on his “Dear Preston” segment! Want to be part of TWB's exclusive podcast community? Join in and support the show by clicking here! Executive Producer: Andy Kushner of The Wedding Biz Network and Kushner Entertainment | Check out Andy's Podcasts: The Wedding Biz | The Music Makers Follow Preston on social media: Instagram: @PrestonRBailey | Facebook: Facebook.com/PrestonBaileyOnline | Twitter: @PrestonRBailey Additional Support Provided By: Listeners, like you! Preston's Book: Dear Preston Join in on Preston's Ongoing Live In-person Seminars: Preston Bailey Live Stop and Smell the Roses Theme Music Composed by: Theo Bleckmann -- Podcast Network: The Wedding Biz Network Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of The Wedding Biz, LLC. 2022.

Story Grid Podcast
Crafting Story with Wants, Needs, and Desires

Story Grid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 21:20


Shawn Coyne walks through character wants, needs, and desires and how they impact your storytelling.

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 90 Real Life Example of Making Time to Help Your Kids With Their Big Dreams

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 19:19


Having kids is the most rewarding part of adulthood and married life. Who else will support and hone their big dreams but us their Parents! Join me in this episode as I share these precious moments Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

HR ShopTalk
Job Design. Or Job CRAFTING??

HR ShopTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 19:17


How do you go about job design? Or, as today's guest describes it, job CRAFTING! Traditional job design outlines a job without really thinking about the specific person who is going to do it. Dr. Benjamin Ritter encourages you to craft a job with the individual front of mind.

Just the Tip from Your Podcast Performance Coach
148 Want to Nail Your Podcast Guest Intro Every Time? Do This!

Just the Tip from Your Podcast Performance Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 7:32


You've heard it before. Hopefully on someone else's podcast… The host boots around the guest intro so bad that the guest either has to awkwardly say something about it. Or, there needs to be a whole conversation about it - “Did I say your name right?...”  This is not a good way to start your podcast. This is not how you take care of your listener… or your guest.  You want to come out of the gate strong. You want to be concise and clear. You want your listeners and your guest to know that you've got it all taken care of.  So, how do you do that? How do you nail your guest intro every time?    Simple, save the start until the end.    Say what?!?   Okay, if you interview guests on your podcast, think of your show as having 3 parts. There's a TOP and a TAIL or a beginning and an end.  And in the middle, is the BODY. Or, the interview. The TOP of your episode might include your tease, your show intro, your hook, and your guest intro. The TAIL includes the takeaways, your call to action, and your signoff.  The BODY is your interview which does not have to start with the TOP. Stay with me here… you do not have to record the beginning at the beginning of the interview.  You can JUST record the interview.  And then, later you record the TOP and TAIL. This will make your intro and extro or top and tail even better.  Why?  Because you'll know more about the interview once it's done and you'll be able to tee it up better and wrap it up and put a bow on it at the end better.  Only after you've done your interview do you have all the information to frame and position your episode to make it listener-centric.   REFRAME: Recording your top and tail as part of the interview makes the episode about your guest.  Crafting it after you've talked to your guest let's you reframe it, making it about your listener. Don't get me wrong. I am not suggesting that you wing it and then fix it by adding a top and tail so that nobody notices how messy the middle is.    NO!   You're still going to do your research, plan your outline, come up with your questions and record the interview, but immediately after you've recorded your guest is when you plan out your top and tail. TIP: Do it while it's fresh. Ask yourself: What were the big takeaways? What problem did you solve? What resources or tools do you have to offer your listener? Now you have context and you can bake that into the top and tail.    Crafting your TOP & TAIL after the interview will help you reinforce the value of your episode. Which will make each episode of your podcast better listening and you'll sound more like a pro (and build that authority with ease).  Isn't that what it's all about?  And the bonus, you're not wasting your guest's time while you're trying to get over the performance anxiety of getting their name right or lamely reading their bio from their website.  Oh, and you can cut out any of the crappy early stuff in the interview and bring your listener in right when the gold starts flowing.  I have so many clients that use this method now and they all agree that it's easier, better for the listener and gives them so much more flexibility this way! And, it gives them the opportunity to record a compelling show intro (#34) and the perfect guest intro (#40) even if they don't want to script the entire show (#10) .     Thank me later. Or, thank me sooner by booking a free 15-minute coaching call. I'll give you even more to thank me for.    I recently had a free coaching call with a podcaster named Jono and he said it was the best 15 minutes of his day because I answered his questions, gave him a strategy to follow and even helped him rethink his way of thinking around his podcast so he could make it stronger.    Click here to book your own 15-minute coaching call. Listen to more 5-minute episodes, explore my resources and check out my coaching packages at https://podcastperformancecoach.com/   Got a Question? Contact me: https://podcastperformancecoach.com/contact/

The Fierce Marriage Podcast
Crafting a Family Vision/Mission (Replay)

The Fierce Marriage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 47:08


Few things have been as impactful in our lives and marriage as our family vision. In this replay episode we'll discuss the components and reasoning behind our family vision journey. Watch the our FREE YouTube course,"5 Truths for a Healthier Perspective on Sex" via this link: https://youtu.be/lf-8S9Ln9oE You can now find FULL video episodes on our YouTube channel, The Fierce Family. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkyO4yVeRdODrpsyXLhEr7w to subscribe and watch. We hope to see you there! This ministry is entirely listener supported. To partner with us, visit https://fiercemarriage.com/partner

Love to Sew Podcast
Love to Sew Favourite: Up Your Sewing Game

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 77:05


This episode was originally released on April 16, 2018. In this Love to Sew Favourite, we give you tips and ideas to level up your sewing! We want to help you to learn new skills, improve the quality of your work, and sew something you didn't think possible. We hope you'll come away with the encouragement you need to take your sewing practice up a notch. Show Notes

Live From Lake Balfour
The Schedule: The History, Importance, and Daily Crafting of the Backbone of Camp

Live From Lake Balfour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 46:27


Greg, Danny, and Matty kick off 2022 discussing all aspects the schedule at camp, including the process and daily writing of the schedule, how it shapes each day and the larger arc of the summer, and the extreme eagerness of everyone in camp to see the schedule from the moment it leaves Greg's office.

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry
Crafting with Ursula : Becky Chambers : Creating Aliens & Alien Cultures

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 76:30


Today's guest, Becky Chambers, discusses her own work, and her own considerations when imagining alien cultures and the beings that inhabit them. She does this in light of Le Guin's novel The Left Hand of Darkness and Le Guin's short story, “Coming of Age in Karhide,” written by Le Guin 25 years later, but within […] The post Crafting with Ursula : Becky Chambers : Creating Aliens & Alien Cultures appeared first on Tin House.

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon
#314: Vivian Chen, Founder and CEO of Rise, on Building the Next Generation Professional Social Network by Crafting Authentic Connections

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 27:48


Vivian is the Founder and CEO of Rise (joinrise.co), a professional social network that enables companies to proactively build relationships with people. Rise connects members with the world's most innovative and forward-thinking companies across roles and industries. They are a data-driven tech platform that provides access to impactful opportunities to those who want purpose, advancement, and equity. Prior to starting Rise, Vivian was an operator who built brands and products for high-impact businesses, Fortune 500 companies, high-growth startups, as well as leading VCs, PE firms, and global institutions. She has advised and worked with companies such as L'Oreal, Greenhouse Software, Glamsquad, Klarna, Bain Capital, the AARP, and more. Vivian has been featured in Business Insider, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Bustle, and other media outlets for her work in championing women. Her work has been recognized by Forbes as a Next 1000 company, Cartier as a Top 10 Female Founded Company in North America, JP Morgan as a Woman on the Move, and Barclays as a leader for the Future of Work. Vivian is on the board of Wharton Alumnae Founders & Funders Association (hellowaffa.org), a 501c3 non-profit organization with the mission to accelerate the success of Penn Wharton female founders and investors. Topics Covered by Vivian Chen in this Episode What Rise is and the belief system it's built on Combating “the great resignation” Rise's origin story Leaving her job to become an entrepreneur before she had a business idea Using consulting as a strategy to leapfrog her career How COVID affected Rise and its iterations, resulting in an early pivot and “Rise 2.0” The UX and business model for Rise The strategy to onboard companies to the Rise platform How Vivian built out the product herself How she has approached early outreach and growth Embracing “the great re-hiring” and onboarding big tech companies How they're differentiating themselves in the now booming virtual recruitment industry The recent fundraising experience for Rise Joining the founder program Day One and how that led to the first investments in Rise before Vivian had a formal pitch deck The unique questions she was asked by investors who truly believed in her The importance of investors getting to know founders on a personal level What's next for Rise   Listen to all episodes of the Just Go Grind Podcast: https://www.justgogrind.com Follow Justin Gordon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/justingordon212

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 89 Modeling Creativity For Our Kids with Bonnie and Audrey

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 11:07


Audrey and Bonnie are the moms from the Outnumbered Podcast. They have 19 kids between them. We talk about modeling creativity for our kids. Find Audrey at http://www.skirtfixation.com/ and Bonnie at https://bonnieandblithe.com/. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

The Making Sunday Happen Podcast
EPISODE 332: Crafting Videos Using Stock with Nic McElveen

The Making Sunday Happen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 36:49


On today's episode of the show, we welcome Nic McElveen. Nic is the Product Owner of Video and SFX at Soundstripe. We talked to Nic about how to create video and other media projects using stock video, music and sound effects. Nic has a background in ministry and is really able to speak to how to use stock elements and it can help you make Sunday Happen. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 88 The Ink Club Style Movement

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 7:29


Ink Club is all about crafting, being creative, being inspired by anything you can be doing creatively. It's a really fun way to get that inspiration in your life for a really inexpensive price. Find out more in this episode! Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Social Pros Podcast
Adweek's Expert Insights for Engaging Audiences

Social Pros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 41:37


Jess Zafarris, Director of Audience Engagement at Adweek, joins the Social Pros podcast to chat about one of the most important aspects of social media - audience engagement. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud Full Episode Details Jess Zafarris, Director of Audience Engagement at Adweek and author of the book Once Upon a Word, knows how to get people talking online. As head of audience engagement, it's her job to ensure that social content sparks conversation while also telling an accurate story of the latest news. Jess explains what it's like to engage with people with different levels of expertise due to Adweek's highly varied audience. We're also taken behind the scenes of how the Adweek weekly Twitter chats came to be, how its TikTok strategy is going, and what it takes to create engaging pieces of content. We hear how Jess balances the creator vs. reporter side of her role and blends informative content with fun, creative content to get the most engagement. Jess also gives some examples of brands she thinks are killing it in the world of audience engagement and shares some of her favorite campaigns she's seen brands take on. In This Episode: 3:30 – What it's like managing social media for a publication 4:47 – How Adweek creates content for such a broad audience 6:35 – Jess explains how they manage their content calendar 8:46 – How Jess' role fits into a journalistic environment 13:01 – Jess explains Adweek's TikTok strategy 16:33 – How long it takes to create content 19:11 – How social media has changed over the course of the pandemic 22:32 – Jess says who she thinks is nailing audience engagement on social media 27:17 – How effective cross-promotion programs can be across different brands and subjects 30:44 – Crafting a balance between creative content and statistics-driven content 32:58 – Why Jess thinks “metaverse” should be in the dictionary 34:39 – How brands are preparing for the metaverse 36:18 – Jess tells us about her book and side projects in etymology 38:26 – Jess' top tip for anyone looking to become a social pro Resources Get the new State of Marketing report for free from Salesforce Adweek's website Adweek's Twitter Jess Zafarris' Twitter Useless Etymology's Twitter Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers.

Tiim Talks
Crafting Courage To Continue (Episode 642)

Tiim Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 20:55


The guys look at some of those elements of ministry that have wavered, changed and may need some serious correction in the days ahead.

The Paper Outpost - The Joy of Junk Journals!
S4 Ep 2: "Life Lessons Learned from Crafting! :)"

The Paper Outpost - The Joy of Junk Journals!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 24:54


S4 Ep 2: "Life Lessons Learned from Crafting! :)" I am forever grateful to all of you for helping build this fun community full of passion for paper! :) Come on along with me and I will put the tea on! :) Sincerely, Pam at The Paper Outpost :)! MY PODCAST!: The Paper Outpost Podcast! The Joy of Junk Journals! Free to Listen Anytime! Every Tuesday & Thursday! New audio material! Junk Journals, Paper Crafting, life of a crafter, answering crafty questions! Come have a listen on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast or go to https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost You can make your own Podcast! It's easy at Anchor: Here is how!: anch.co/outpost NEW! The Paper Outpost MERCHANDISE STORE! See merch shelf in Youtube description box or click here to see my entire store of Paper Outpost Merchandise! Inspiration awaits you! :) Merchandise store Link: https://the-paper-outpost-2.creator-spring.com Grab a "FUNDLE" in my Etsy Shop! :) Antique/vintage ledger pages, hand-dyed papers, old postcards, tea cards, handwritten paper, awesome book pages and so much more! Wonderful to use in your junk journal creations! Free Priority Shipping in the USA! :) 100 Pieces per Fundle! Limited supply! :) Want to see a Fundle? Video!: https://youtu.be/KJnWd9RSpOQ Want to Buy a Fundle? Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1007331616/antique-vintage-ephemera-paper?ref=shop_home_active_6&frs=1&crt=1 NEW! PRINT & MAIL Option for Vintage Digikits! :) I heard your call :) No Printer? No Problem! :) I will print & mail 10 Digikits to you! Free Priority Shipping in the USA! :) 1. Pick out 10 names of my digikits, & send the list to me via Etsy Contact or email your list to pam@thepaperoutpost.com You pick or I can pick for you :) 2. Then buy the Print & Mail Digikit option in my Etsy shop! :) Direct Link here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1071078687/printed-mailed-digikits-no-printer?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1&crt=1 That's 50 Pages total! See All My Digikits! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePaperOutpost Sincerely, Pam at The Paper Outpost :)!! I am currently buried in paper and covered in glue ;) And I am in heaven! :) Remember that Fun Can Be Simple! Go Forth and Create with Reckless Abandon! :) VINTAGE DIGIKITS! Amazing images to download & print out at home on your printer!: Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePaperOutpost MY AMAZON STORE!: My Personal Favorite Products & Tools!: Click here to see all my items in one click with pictures in my Amazon Store! https://www.amazon.com/shop/thepaperoutpost NEWSLETTER!: Free Monthly Emailed Newsletter from The Paper Outpost! Sign Up here: http://bit.ly/freechecklistofsupplies - Free Monthly Digital Printable! - Junk Journal Tips & Updates from Pam at The Paper Outpost! MY PODCAST!: The Paper Outpost Podcast! The Joy of Junk Journals! Free to Listen Anytime! Every Tuesday & Thursday! New audio material! Junk Journals, Paper Crafting, life of a crafter, answering crafty questions! Come have a listen on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast or go to https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost COME FIND ME AT :) Website: www.thepaperoutpost.com ETSY Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePaperOutpost INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thepaperoutpost FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ThePaperOutpost The Paper Outpost Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/ThePaperOutpost/ The Paper Outpost Podcast!: https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thepaperoutpost PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/thepaperoutpost TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thepaperoutpost YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/ThePaperOutpost

Branding Deep Dive
30. Crafting your Nonfiction Brand with DP Knudten

Branding Deep Dive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 79:23


DP Knudten has worked on some of the biggest brands in the business, including Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Great Wolf Resorts, and much more. He's the author of Nonfiction Brand - discover, craft and communicate the completely true completely you brand you already are, and co author of the best selling ROTOMA - the ROI of social media top of mind. He also hosts two podcasts with the same names as the books - the nonfiction brand podcast and the rotor podcast. In this episode, we dive deep into what branding is, why branding is important, how to discover your own non fiction brand, and much more.  If you don't know where to start with your personal brand or you feel like you have to tell a bunch of fake stories to build your brand, this episode is a must listen.  Key Lessons:1. Understand and communicate who you are, what you do, how you do it2. At networking events, find open C formations and avoid closed circlesDP's website: https://dpknudten.com/

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio
Ovies gets caught on the "Oblivious Cam." Crafting fire tweets at Cameron Indoor Stadium is a dangerous game.

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 6:29


Ovies gets caught on the "Oblivious Cam." Crafting fire tweets at Cameron Indoor Stadium is a dangerous game.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 87 The One Thing Your Design Business is Missing

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 7:48


As A Designer we focus more on our products that we miss this simple but powerful word! Join me in this episode and find out more about what the missing component of your Business is. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Tiim Talks
Crafting Coffee, Calories And Communication (Episode 641)

Tiim Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 22:41


Al and Dan continue to look at some of the things they'd like to see change in their lives in this New Year.

She Grows with Allyson Scammell
Crafting a Soul-Guided Business Plan That Leads to More Clients, Income, and Joy

She Grows with Allyson Scammell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 32:57


In today's episode, we explore:Why you want to carve out time to craft your soul-guided life and business planThe key parts to a POWERFUL soul-guided planHow to craft a plan that creates the ideal outcomes your soul has been yearning forReferences: Check out your human design type HEREAllyson's Resources: DOWNLOAD a FREE Energy Upgrade Meditation HERE to amplify your energy, dissolve the doubt, and fill your business with soul clients.Join our community at the Soul Guide Circle HERE of over 1,500 soul-guided leaders, lightworkers, and entrepreneurs.Leave a review for Soul Guide Radio at: Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Podchaser, Podcast Addict  

Resinando y Resonando
6 ideas para monetizar lo que te gusta hacer

Resinando y Resonando

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 8:18


Vender el producto final de tus creaciones en manualidades no es la única forma de generar ingresos.  En este episodio te comparto 6 ideas con las que puedes comenzar. Suscríbete al podcast para que te notifique todos los lunes cuando sea publicado. Algunos enlaces que menciono: ResinistasAcademy.com - utiliza el código 'podcast' para un descuento especial.  

Legal Nurse Podcast
478 Top Downloads of 2021 Crafting Your Unique LNC Brand – Gerry Foster

Legal Nurse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 43:26


As a legal nurse consultant, you want to stand out from others in your field. When you offer the same services, what makes you special? What makes an attorney say, “I want to work with this person?” It's not low pricing. That strategy will put you in the bargain basement of the LNC world. It's not about marketing if you're marketing the same services as every other LNC. You need to discover what makes you unique as a practitioner and design that as your brand. Gerry Foster, known as the Brand Evangelist, will show how you how to use the same practices that have made Amazon, Virgin Airways, Starbucks, and other companies' leaders in their fields. He begins with the premise that you are unique. Your unique identity doesn't come from your degrees, your publications, or your years of practice. Your special gift is what you can offer your client that no other LNC can. Maybe it's your attention to detail, your ability to listen to and fulfill your client's needs. It might be the feeling you give him or her that in the stress-filled legal world, you are reliable, you will come through. Learn what your gift is and use it to position yourself in the LNC world. Then you can market because you have something special to put in the marketplace. Then you will attract attorneys for whom price is not an issue because you make it clear that hiring services will yield rewards beyond price. It all begins with branding. Begin now. Listen to or watch this podcast to get Gerry's take on branding. https://youtu.be/YVXxyLSovlI Join me in this episode of Legal Nurse Podcast to learn about Crafting Your Unique LNC Brand What is a brand? How can you define your brand? Why does a brand focus on experience rather than on product? What is the power of emotion in branding? How do complaints present opportunities? Build your expertise with criminal cases, attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. The Path of the Bullet is a live cast virtual conference 2-Day event designed for LNC and forensic nurses just like you. Get More Criminal Cases Attract Attorneys Handling Criminal Cases Position Yourself as the Go-To LNC for Criminal Cases Network with your Colleagues The Path of the Bullet is a live cast virtual conference 2-Day event designed for LNC and forensic nurses just like you. Pat Iyer put together the first Legal Nurse Consulting Virtual Conference in July 2020. Teresa Devitt-Lynch and Pat teamed up to create this all new conference based on what attendees said they'd find most valuable. This new implementation and networking event is designed for LNCs at any stage in their career. Build your expertise with criminal cases, attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. Your Presenter Connect with Gerry at https://gerryfosterbranding.com Or on social media at Linked or Facebook

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 86 3 Ways to Hit Our Goals

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 13:47


It's the new year and those New Year's resolutions need to be done. Stay tuned on how to hit your goals! Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

The Versatilist
Episode 263: Versatilist with Colleen Myles & Vaughn Baltzly

The Versatilist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 40:11


In this episode, I speak with Colleen Myles & Vaughn Baltzly about their work "Enacting Interdisciplinarity: Lessons from Crafting a Multi-Dimensional, Experiential Field Study."

The SuperAbundant Life Podcast
[SPOTLIGHT] Crafting A God-Given Vision For Your Year

The SuperAbundant Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 60:21


I know nowadays people tend to dismiss and even badmouth new year's resolutions, and I get why. For many people, resolutions rarely last beyond January. But the truth is, anyone setting these resolutions should be commended because they are demonstrating a desire to grow and make the new year better than the last. So in today's episode, I teach the simple system I use to craft a God-given vision for my year. By approaching it a way that puts God first, I've seen my success rate skyrocket compared to when I casually churned out resolutions. This episode is a re-run and was first published on 11 January 2021. This is Olawunmi Brigue, Transformational Life Coach and the Creator of the SuperAbundant Woman (SAW) membership and Goal Execution & Mastery System (GEMS) coaching program. Her work is dedicated to training Christians to transform their lives, homes, and society by skilfully deploying the unstoppable force of God's word. Find out more at superabundantwoman.com

Thrive Church | Video Podcast
Crafting the Life You Long to Live

Thrive Church | Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 44:58


Wrestling has lost its Way!

Happy New Years y'all! Hope you all had an amazing time! We know we did! Ringing in the New Year with the news and reviews lol like we always do but we also as we recorded watched the WWE Day 1 ppv or as they like to call it: Premier live Event! We appreciate all of you for listening and special thanks to Josh from the band Crafting the Conspiracy for providing the vocals for our intro! You can find them at https://m.facebook.com/CTCbandofficial/?tsid=0.7825749582336612&source=result as well as on Instagram @ctcbandofficial and Twitter @ctcbandofficial ! Very special thanks to Kayde Clark for working hard on the instrumental and putting this intro together for us! You can find her at https://www.facebook.com/kaydenceacoustic/ as well as on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/artist/5FTHWk1qhunj6xYZFII0Kr?si=64OtmSdzQXWWlWYkS5YBFw ! Appreciate you all and take care! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

WWKD
Episode 149 - A Crafting Year-End Review

WWKD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 38:38


We review our projects and crafting adventures of 2021 and discuss our hopes/anticipations/expectations of 2022. Happy, Healthy, and Safe New Year to each of you!

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 85 My One Word for Next Year

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 13:49


Let's talk about Creating this one word for your entire year. Join me in this episode as I share my one word and how I can corporate this one word in my day to day activities for my coming year. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Barber College Success
75. Crafting Your Professional Image

Barber College Success

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 73:54


On today's episode, Craig and his guests discuss the importance of professional appearance and demeanor for successful barbers. Barber College Success is hosted by Craig Charles, owner of Crown Cutz Academy with locations in Bristol, VA and Johnson City, TN.

Everything Life Coaching: The Positive Psychology and Science Behind Coaching

This episode is a re-broadcast from 2020. Here's how to create a future vision that will serve you in 2022! John Kim (The Angry Therapist) and Noelle Cordeaux (CEO of JRNI Coaching) are teaming up to tackle the big world of positive psychology, meaning, and life coaching. Everything Life Coaching is brought to you by JRNI Coaching -- Meaningful education. Real people. No BS. Become a life coach, and make a bigger impact on the world around you! Music in this episode is by Keshco, used under a creative commons license.   The Everything Life Coaching Podcast is Produced and Audio Engineered by Amanda Meyncke.  

HOMESTEADucation
Food Crafting

HOMESTEADucation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 42:25


BreadmakingSourdough BreadWhat is it: Sourdough is naturally leavened bread using wild yeast from the atmosphere with the help of a “starter.” Starters need to be fed.Basic Tools: Starter, glass jar, digital scale, bowls, banneton, lame, dutch ovenWhy Make It: Sourdough is a more easily-digestible version of bread. Many folks with gluten intolerances can eat sourdough because the fermentation process when the starter is rising breaks down problematic enzymes.ResourcesElaine BoddyWhole Grain Sourdough at HomeThe Sourdough WhispererInstagram: @Elaine_FoodBodAsh from Turner FarmOnline classesInstagram: @Turner.FarmHannah Dela CruzEveryday SourdoughYeast-BasedWhat is it: Bread leavened with yeast often purchased at a market. The process involves combine basic ingredients such as yeast, flour, water and salt. Basic Tools: yeast, digital scale, mixing bowls, loaf pans or breadmaking machineWhy Make It: Conventionally made breads sold at most supermarkets are loaded with preservatives and additives plus they are wrapped in packaging. Making bread at home (or hamburger/hot dog buns, rolls, etc.) eliminates these items.ResourcesKen ForkishFlour Water Salt YeastKombuchaWhat is it: A fermented beverage created by feeding a SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) with sugar and waterBasic Tools: non-reactive glass container, wooden spoons, scoby, sugar, flavorings (herbs, fruit, etc.), glass bottlesWhy Make It: Many folks believe kombucha aids in digestive health and gut support. By making your own kombucha, you can save on money, packaging and unwanted additives.ResourcesChad TurnerThe Joy of Home-Brewing KombuchaDairyButterMilk Source: Cream from Jersey cow has the highest fat content. Butter can also be made from goats and sheep.Basic Tools: Stand mixer or butter churnerWhy Make It: Control salt and flavor quantities, natural fats vs. trans-fats, avoid additives such as colorants, preservatives and flavoringsCheeseMilk Source: Dairy, sheep, goatBasic Tools: Heavy-bottom pots, strainers, slotted spoons, cheesecloth, milk thermometer, basket forms, rennet, cultures, calcium chloride (not needed in some soft cheeses)Why Make It: Cost savings, control colorants and addtiives (preservatives)Other dairy optionsButtermilk, ice cream, yogurt, coffee

DIY MFA Radio
390: Idea to Premise to Story: Crafting a Dynamic Short Story - Interview with Charlie Jane Anders

DIY MFA Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 50:14


Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Charlie Jane Anders. Charlie Jane is the author of the essay collection Never Say You Can't Survive along with the short story collection Even Greater Mistakes.  Her other books include The City in the Middle of the Night and All the Birds in the Sky. Her fiction and journalism have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Slate, McSweeney's, Mother Jones, the Boston Review, Tor.com, Tin House, Teen Vogue, Conjunctions, Wired Magazine, and other places.  Her TED Talk, "Go Ahead, Dream About the Future" got 700,000 views in its first week. With Annalee Newitz, she co-hosts the podcast Our Opinions Are Correct.   In this episode Charlie Jane Anders and I discuss: What makes something an “idea” versus a “story” and how to tell the difference. How to keep short stories contained while making them rich and deep. Why she believes endings are hard and what she does to cross the finish line. Plus, her #1 tip for writers. For more info and show notes: diymfa.com/390

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 84 Sampler Quilt Block Queen with Gracey Larson

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 11:01


Gracey Larson is a fellow Riley Blake Designer. She came from 3 generations of crafters, and has over 400 designs in her Etsy shop. Her Quilt Blocks Different designs each have a story to tell. Check her shop at https://www.etsy.com/market/gracey_larson Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp

Dear Young Married Couple
Crafting Your IDEAL WEEK

Dear Young Married Couple

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 23:05


As you think about what 2022 holds, join Adam and Karissa and learn some tools for how to craft your ideal week. Recommended Episodes for personal growth and development: Growing into a BETTER US w/ Rev. Drs. Myles and Sheila Young What I Wish I Would've Known About MONEY Before I Got Married w/ Rachel Cruze, Finance Expert When PLAYING SAFE Means LIVING SMALL w/ Andrew Bentley Going to SCHOOL as a Married Couple w/ Curtis Hendryx, Esq. and Korena Hendryx, MA - Attorney and Science Teacher A New Year's Resolution for My SEX LIFE? Say What?! Recommended Resources: Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt Hero on a Mission by Donald Miller Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman Tiny Habits by BJ Fogg Join us for the next DYMC Monthly Live Date Night where we dig into some of these topics with you LIVE for 90 minutes this month!  Want to go adventuring with us and give your marriage an intimacy boost? Come join us for the: INTIMACY AND ADVENTURE RETREAT St. George, Utah March 11-13, 2022 We have 9 spots left and we'd love for you to be one of those 9 couples! Reserve your spot here: https://dear-young-married-couple.mykajabi.com/StGeorgeMarriageRetreat Stay in conversation with us on IG: @dearyoungmarriedcouple or on our website: https://www.dearyoungmarriedcouple.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
337: Shifting Your Mindset – Leaning into SEO and Learning from Industry Experts with Ali Stafford

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 56:23


Focusing on SEO, diversifying your revenue streams, and developing a consistent email marketing strategy with Ali Stafford from Alexandra's Kitchen. ----- Welcome to episode 337 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Ali Stafford from Alexandra's Kitchen about how she's grown her traffic by leaning into SEO and learning from industry experts. Shifting Your Mindset We're really excited to be chatting with Ali from Alexandra's Kitchen in today's episode! She's a seasoned food blogger who has been sharing her recipes online since 2006. But over the past few years, she has been shifting her mindset to focus on growing her traffic and leveling up her content strategy. In this episode, you'll hear what changes she's been implementing to focus on SEO, how she has strategically worked with consultants to grow her business, and more. Whether you just launched your blog or you've been blogging for years, we know you will have a lot of great takeaways from this episode. Enjoy! In this episode, you'll learn: Why Ali launched her blog How she has shifted her social media strategy over the years Why she has been focusing on diversifying her revenue streams How she started focusing more on SEO How she optimizes her meta descriptions How her traffic has been affected by algorithm changes How she has developed a consistent email marketing strategy What she updates when republishing old posts Her best tips for growing an email list Resources: Alexandra's Kitchen The Definitive List of Ways to Create an Income From Your Food Blog Foodie Digital Yoast SEO Plugin TinyBit Curbly InfluenceKit Allea Grummert, the FBP Email Marketing Expert Duett Matt Molen ConvertKit InShot Clariti Nathan Barry's Newsletter 334: Crafting the Perfect Pitch – How to Build and Nurture Strong Relationships with Brands with Chandice Probst Follow Ali on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Love to Sew Podcast
Love to Sew Favourite: Maker Affirmations with Maressa Fernandez

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 58:56


This episode was originally released on September 21, 2020. In this Love to Sew Favourite, Maressa Fernandez joins us to talk about maker affirmations! She shares how maker affirmations can help us to work through creative struggles and inspire a breakthrough in your creative practice. Show Notes

Stay Grounded with Raj Jana
211. Raj Jana: My Annual Reflection Process Revealed

Stay Grounded with Raj Jana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 23:44


“It doesn't matter if you're closing out a year or 10 years, the act of closure feels the same.”When I think about my pace of growth, I'm so clear it's because I've cultivated a lifestyle of awareness. This means I intentionally carve out time to reflect on the things that are happening in my life - and how I move through them. For me, hindsight is 20/20 vision. Reflection reveals all the lessons and secrets life is teaching me. You can avoid repeating mistakes and integrate discoveries with more ease and grace by pulling them out. If you're a regular listener of Stay Grounded, you'll know I reflect monthly. I reflect on an annual basis too. It's actually one of my most favorite things I do. And in this episode, I'm revealing my entire process- step-by-step - for the first time. Check it out. “That's why my life has been able to grow so fast over the years—it's because I don't make the same mistakes again.” In this episode, we explore:Why your annual reflection starts with a month-by-month overview.Why we look for the highs and lows - not the wins and losses. Annual reflection as a game of two halves. Really learning from ‘mistakes'. My closure ritual (and why it's not for the end of the year alone). My 7 reflection questions. Finding your theme. Crafting goals around the way I want to feel - instead of the things I want to attract. And more…BONUS! Here's a list of the reflection questions I ask in the episode: Who or what would you like to acknowledge?What would you like to acknowledge about yourself?What are you ready to let go of or forgive?What did you love most about 2018?What do you want more of / what do you want to do differently in 2019?What would need to happen for you to feel complete closure of 2018?What's next for you RIGHT NOW?This reflection process is here for you to explore whenever you choose to take some self-awareness time for yourself. It's perfect for closing out the year, but you can also use this sequence anytime you're at an ending. If you want to see this process in action, check out next week's episode of Stay Grounded when I share my personal annual reflection. “At the core, it's not the things we accomplish that bring life into our years... it's the things that we feel.” Summary/ Call to Action: We thrive on your feedback, so if you've enjoyed this show, please rate us and leave us a review. And don't forget to subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode again. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Marketing Book Podcast
363 33 Ways Not To Screw Up Your Business Emails by Anne Janzer

The Marketing Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 58:26


33 Ways Not to Screw Up Your Business Emails by Anne Janzer About the Book: It's time to write better business emails Business runs on emails, yet we rarely give them enough thought. Carelessness can lead to embarrassment, damaged relationships, or worse. And too often, our messages are misunderstood, misfiled, or ignored. In a world filled with remote collaboration and virtual teams, people who master email writing rise above the noise. You can be one of those people. Learn how to make your emails work for you rather than against you with this short, practical guide. Topics include Crafting effective subject lines Writing emails that people respond to Protecting yourself from accidental misfires Whether you're just starting in your career or have been emailing for decades, you'll find valuable advice and tips you can put into practice right away. Read it now and see the difference you can make with a few simple practices and habits. About the Author: Anne Janzer is an award-winning author, non-fiction writing coach, and unabashed writing geek on a mission to help people make a positive impact with their writing. She supports and encourages writers, authors, and marketers through her books, blog posts, online courses, webinars, and teaching. Her writing-related books explore the science and practice of effective writing. They include The Writer's Process, The Workplace Writers Process, and Writing to Be Understood, all three of which have won multiple awards. Before she started writing books, Anne worked as a freelance marketing writer, working with more than a hundred technology businesses to articulate positioning and messaging in crowded markets. This work led to her first book, Subscription Marketing, which has been translated into multiple languages. Anne is a graduate of Stanford University. And, interesting fact - she is now a member of a very elite club: The Marketing Book Podcast 4-Timers Club!! Click here for this episode's website page with the links mentioned during the interview... https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/33-ways-not-screw-up-business-emails-anne-janzer