I'm joined by one of my good friends Kacia Ghetmiri to discuss everything from overcoming the fear of being a beginner to the importance of investing in yourself straight out of the gate. Kacia is the host of the EmpowerHER podcast and live event, which Lori and I will be speaking at in just a couple of weeks. Both Kacia and her husband have gone through my Elite Mastermind and I couldn't be more proud of the absolute powerhouse couple that they've become. In our conversation, Kacia and I discuss the problem with all the speculation in the media these days and how to stay focused on positive propaganda. We also take it back to the beginning and talk about what it was like when Lori came to me and wanted to invest an uncomfortable amount into leveling up, and I share my advice to anyone who finds themselves in a similar position. Plus, we talk about how to manage multiple emotions at the same time and find the silver lining in every situation. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: How to find a middle ground in the news Simple ways to set yourself up for success before you make a risky move Curating an environment that's conducive to your growth The moment I almost lost all the wind out of Lori's sails (and why I'm so happy that she pushed back) The $74,000 failed investment that I look back on as one of the greatest things that I've ever spent money on RESOURCES Get your ticket to the upcoming empowerHER event: kaciaghetmiri.com/events Text DAILY to 310-421-0416 to get daily Money Mantras or Business Perspective messages to boost your day. CONNECT WITH KACIA Follow Kacia on Instagram: @kacia.ghetmiri Learn more on Kacia's website: kaciaghetmiri.com Listen to EmpowerHER CONNECT WITH CHRIS Follow Me: @chriswharder Visit My Website: https://chrisharder.me
Curating art is one of the most fun, exciting, and difficult aspects of putting together an interior design project for your clients. Today's guest, Liz Lidgett is an art advisor, collector, and gallery owner - and she is going to help us through the process! Liz Lidgett is an art advisor, collector, and gallery owner based in Des Moines, Iowa. Liz is on a mission to change the way people feel about and experience buying art. She wants you to know that you don't have to be a millionaire to buy original artwork. She represents over 50% women and BIPOC artists in her gallery, and uses social media to market gallery art in a post-pandemic world. The gallery has an international reach, and Liz has been featured everywhere from Forbes to Martha Stewart. ***
Mindset marination: Curating your circle of support Today's episode is about paying attention to what you are soaking in from the people around you and how to use mastermind communities to leverage knowledge, support and success without getting sucked down the rabbit holes of fear and tech distraction.
Singer, writer, podcaster, and performer Em Rusciano on: letting go of friendships emotions around her midlife ADHD diagnosis the lie our Boomer mothers sold us curating ‘a stunning life' in her forties. Every woman has a story to tell. This is Em's. CREDITS: Hosts: Lise Carlaw and Sarah Wills Guest: Em Rusciano Instagram: @emrusciano Podcast: Emsolation (Spotify Exclusive) Producer: Jason Strozkiy - www.strozkiymedia.com CONTACT: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @liseandsarah Facebook: Those Two Girls Web: thefortyedit.com.au Book: Forty Favours the Brave Subscribe to FORTY GOLD: https://www.thefortyedit.com.au/subscribe/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Consciously embracing seasonal changes. Parts of self that only emerge in certain seasons. Hearthwitch vibes during Autumn. Flowing with what you know is true for you or serves you best in each season. Curating an aesthetic for spooky season. What kinds of scary movies we like or don't like and why. Halloween happenings. Wild Iris Collective candles in harvest aromas. Follow us on Instagram: @forthoughtssake Follow AJ: @wildiriscollective Follow Alex: @alexandrajthomsen
In this episode, Chris + Elizabeth chat about thoughts. They discuss the importance of taking our thoughts captive, curating our thoughts, and practicing thoughts. Do you need some help surrounding your thoughts? Check out our coaching community, Look Up Collective @ www.lookupandserve.com
“My plan b is we are going to figure it out!” In this episode of Cash Flow Pro, we talk with Neil Schoepp, founder of BulMac Properties. We discuss everything from: The importance of mindset Looking for real estate education that resonates with you Curating the right team for success Sharing knowledge with future generations Translating errors into future wins Neil Schoepp has been based out of NYC for 40+ years. He worked for the city to provide for his family. The goal was not to get rich but to be able to give no matter what. Neil was an officer and a fireman for twenty-four years until he realized he needed something more – real estate. He began to educate himself with tools like our Cash Flow Pro podcast and developed his real estate portfolio and teaching methods to help others do the same. Neil created “Systems To Goals,” or STG, a strategy founded on the belief that we as individuals chart our course. If you are interested in hearing more about how your vision can guide you to your goals, DO NOT MISS out on this episode! Find your flow, Casey Brown Resources mentioned in this podcast: www.NeilSchoepp.com
For today's episode, Claudia shares her story of finding the importance of overall wellness and holding personal health as the highest priority. She gives us a short rundown of her view on holistic nutrition and how what we eat affects our health. We talk about the effects of our social media feeds on our self-image and mental state, and the parallels between your feed and what you feed on, your diet. We discuss tech addiction, how notifications and overstimulation can lead to high stress, and how difficult it can be to disconnect as technology becomes more and more integrated into every aspect of our lives. We explore the concept of slowing down, learning to become more mindful of our inner desires and unconscious habits, and giving ourselves even just 5-10 minutes of quiet, personal time to destress and relax. Claudia also shares her experience as a volunteer for the Healing Hands organization working with doctors, surgeons, and other medical personnel. In this episode you will hear: What does holistic mean? Curating your social media feeds Managing where, and to what, you give your attention and time Learning to receive as well as give Transitioning to a slower, more mindful lifestyle Volunteering for Healing Hands Claudia Grace is a certified health and wellness coach, designing custom Wellness Programs for organizations and private executive coaching. Ms. Grace developed a unique methodology to inspire high-achieving executives and CEOs to prioritize their health and well-being with ease through her proven system. Her various health programs create lasting change in behavior, activate a powerful mindset, and inspire people to reach new heights at work and in life! Connect with Claudia Grace: Website: claudiamgrace.com Email: email@example.com IG: instagram.com/claudiagracewellness FB: facebook.com/claudiagracewellness IN: linkedin.com/in/claudia-grace Find more information on the Healing Hands Organization: Healinghandsorganization.org Connect with R Blank and Stephanie Warner: For more Healthier Tech podcast episodes, and to download our Healthier Tech Quick Start Guide, visit https://HealthierTech.co and follow https://instagram.com/healthiertech Additional Links: Shield Your Body website: https://ShieldYourBody.com Shield Your Body Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/shieldyourbody Host R Blank on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rblank9/ Shield Your Body on Instagram: https://instagram.com/shieldyourbody
Join me for the career reflections of Tracy Graf, CEO of FUSE Igniting Communication. She picks communications as her major because it seemed the most useful and applicable. It suits her well -- leading her into careers in PR, marketing and now training. Tracy attributes a big part of her success to bosses & mentors who coach and connect her to opportunities. Of course, one of these new opportunities comes out of a fairly significant failure on her part. Find out she turns her failure into a new future – one she absolutely loves! What's served Tracy best, two things – 1) her drive and everlasting energy, and 2) her positive outlook on life. Her words of wisdom is quote from one of those great bosses, that at the time seemed cheesy, but it's something she uses regularly today: “Leap and the net will appear!”
Brett McCracken is a senior editor and director of communications for the Gospel Coalition and the author of Uncomfortable, Hipster Christianity, Gray Matters, and The Wisdom Pyramid. He lives with his family in Southern California, where he serves as an elder at Southlands Church. Brett discusses concepts from his latest book, The Wisdom Pyramid, challenging us to more deeply consider how we consume information in today's technologically-driven information age. Our information "diet" has profound impact on our wisdom. As Christian professionals, it's critical that we "reorient our lives around God - the foundation of truth and the eternal source of wisdom." LINKS: Brett's Website: https://www.brettmccracken.com Brett's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Brett-McCracken/e/B003DAUZL8%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share www.mirandacarls.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wordatwork/message
In this episode of Cash Flow Pro, we talk with Rob Beardsley, Founder, and Principal of Lone Star Capital. Rob grew up in a real estate family-focused single family. They owned a residential brokerage firm in Silicon Valley. It was around 2016 that it started developing into multifamily. Eventually, Rob found himself in HTX and started his own real estate firm in 2018. Their goal was to own and operate Texas workforce housing. Since then, Rob has been involved in over $100MM of multifamily acquisitions and published the number one book on multifamily underwriting, The Definitive Guide to Underwriting Multifamily Acquisitions. In this episode, we discuss: The benefits of a vertically integrated business Sourcing Investors and actively growing your list Reasons for diversifying your market The Houston real estate market and growth trends Curating the perfect qualified team to grow your business Fundamental principals and what not to do Find your flow, Casey Brown Resources mentioned in this podcast: https://robbeardsley.me/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-beardsley/ Instagram @robbeardsley3
THE THESIS: The people who run Joe Biden are showing everyone he is irrelevant to them. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: We have a senile Figurehead who babbles about issuing policy statements his supposed emplyees ignore and overrule. The Bible tells us the story of King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, who has driven by God into the fields where he grazed on grass like a cow for many years. God Humbles Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 4) THE NEWS & COMMENT: The State of collapse in our fallen world: Here is a person who has [her] job because [she] somehow knows [she] is a woman, [she] identifies as black and is sexually attracted to [other] women; this person gets to go on TV and overrule the “President” for whom [she] works. [AUDIO] - WH @PressSec says Biden didn't actually mean the Covid pandemic is over despite saying it: "Just to step back for a second, when he made those comments, he was walking through the Detroit car show, the halls of the Detroit car show, he was looking around." This is hard an isolated incident. The Figurehead is of no consequence to the people who run the Country. Do Biden's words even matter anymore? As his staff once again rushes in to clarify, it isn't clear who's running the country On the other end of the spectrum is Ron DeSantis. He is making The Party live in the world they are trying to create for us and their response are both hilarious and useful. If God affords DeSantis the opportunity to debate the Figurehead, the Governor will be able to show the emptiness of the Party's promises to the people. [AUDIO] - WATCH: Gov. DeSantis after Rep. Jeffries compared him to a human trafficker: “When Biden is flying these people all over the fruited plain in the middle of the night, I didn't hear a peep out of those people!” The next thing Governor DeSantis should do is get copies of the pornographic books The Partry is shoving down the throats of parents and kids and have them always on hand to show to cameras when he is attacked as a book banner. [AUDIO] - CNN's Jake Tapper helps PEN America touts its study of "book bans" in schools because the conservatives don't like LGBTQ/CRT themes. But guess what? CNN won't put the actual graphic images of oral sex et cetera from books on screen so people can understand the fuss. Curating books is not banning. THIS is banning “GaysAgainstGrooming”: BREAKING: After being banned by @PayPal and @Venmo less than 24 hours ago, We have JUST been banned by @Google! Big tech is coordinating a massive attack on our organization for trying to protect children. THIS IS INSANE. In case you have friends who have been conned into the belief that this “sex-ed” is about “good touch” and “bad touch”, show them this: [VIDEO] - A teacher friend and I looked through some of the “sex-ed” curriculum in the separate Country of Washington. Watch and see what we discovered. WARNING: Language, images https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBrS4Dx8wtI THE LISTENERS: Edward I never watch Trump TV shows , I thought he was a crude inarticulate speaker and a number one A hole. I voted for him twice and his policies worked. The only way to explain it; is my what I learned in my 20 years in the Marine Corps: Jerks, nasty , uncouth people win wars . The good marines were mainly jerks. As General Chesty Puller said. “ Until you served brig time your not a true marine”. And during an inspection at Camp Pendleton .” I had enough of this, take me to brig where the real marines are”. All Chesty did was earn 6 Navy Crosses the second highest combat award. Now in 2022 I wish Donald Trump would just go away and play golf. He is to old. 75 to me is terminal for public office. I am 89. —- —- Janine: "Marketing with Terror"--Excellent points in both hours of the show. They brought to mind how much I try to get generations younger than mine to watch "Scrooged". The opening when Bill Murray's character runs his ad for the Christmas show. It shows the horror and speaks in frightful tones and sounds of Acid Rain, Drug Addiction, International terrorism, Freeway killers. Maybe Obama is actually consulting with Bill? Fear isn't new. And it works! Got George HW Bush, establishment member, in the White House. --- --- --- --- Paul: I don't understand why this comparison isn't being made. Hotels could be forced to house the homeless. https://radio.foxnews.com/2022/08/31/la-hotels-could-be-forced-to-house-the-homeless/ Shelter coordinator claims Martha's Vineyard has no housing for migrants https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/watch-shelter-coordinator-marthas-vineyard-no-housing-migrants Blessings, Paul from Port Orchard --- --- --- --- Mark Hello Todd it is 1230am and The Spirit is not letting me sleep so I must share this with you. I beg your forgiveness. I get confused when you talk about God, you talk about the trinity yet you separate them as different and it is so frustrating to where I want to find another podcast. I dont want to though, you try so hard and I have to respect that, so I need to share with you what The Spirit is saying to me. First I dont agree with the term trinity, it is a word that Catholics used to describe God. I do not agree with anything Catholics teach. For instance, the bible says not to call any man father, it also tells us not to bow to any graven image, and most important, go before Jesus to repent of sins and nothing about moving beads in your hand praying to Mother Mary. I believe in God The Spirit, and God The Flesh. If God is all Spirit, then it makes sense that The Holy Spirit is all God, and Jesus in the flesh is all God, and Spirit. In Roman times they believed in a whole mess o gods, these gods had children called demi gods. How do you explain to those who have such beliefs to where it makes sense. God was born of the flesh and had all the power of Himself. There is only one God, His name is Jesus and He has adopted us into His family. We are His children, like Israel, He is also our brother, like Israel He brought them out of Egypt, now He brings us out of bondage from an everlasting fire. By the way satan does not control anything in Hell. Hell is his punishment. Satan controls the Earth now, I am so amazed at all who follow him, even in the churches. So many strong healthy men bowing down to mandates. You think of Shadrack, Meshack, and Abednigo. ( im to tired to look up spelling) There were a lot of Israelites in the crowd of those bowing to the kings nebbys image for fear of burning, church today is no different. Cowards. --- ---- ---- Tracy Todd!!! I tend to be long winded so I will do my very best to keep it short. Ha! 1. I did the 2 rounds at McD's!!!! Shamefully on my way home from small group (yikes) it was a long way from home. I swear I might have done it 3 times!!!! First in Graham, then Sumner and finally Auburn. Oh so scary. But I laughed when you stated it on your cast today!!!! Here's my double whammy for you brother…. Ready… 2. I signed up for Sota!!! Yay!!!! 3. Bought my Bonefrog today. Now in all fairness, I don't drink coffee so I buy it for those I love which reminds me… please give Mr. Crookshank an idea… Christmas pack???? 3 packs of 12 oz. Light dark and medium for $50???? BAM! Corporate Christmas presents done!!!! I'm just saying. Love you brother. PS. Auburn Green River basin is infested with those who refuse to work and get Riverfront RV/Camping for free while KC officials do nothing except spend our tax dollars. Can't wait until God says it's ok to leave the separate country of Washington. - Right girl on the wrong coast!!! --- --- --- --- Tom Want to grow your show?? Todd I love you but todays show made want to cry. Yes you have great ideas but listening to you sometimes is like the joke of the coach that has a great half time speech and then the door to the field is locked. Where is the tea party? Where is the third party. Where is the list of companies that eschew woke and want to start the parallel economy?? Use your power and vast influence to let us all help. Publish and talk about non woke alternatives. Not just your sponsors. I would love to have a list of woke companies that we should all avoid. If you made such a list it would something all your listeners could get behind. Many would share your list and share your show. Secondly where is the tea party. All us “ patriots” are putting all our eggs in the Trump basket. But he is the only one. Where will america be if they finally get to trump. We all know that the republicans are worthless and feckless , but what and where is our alternative?? Use your power and influence to make and get a woke list generated . Talk about it and your listeners will share it with their friends. Talk about a third party and your listeners will share your ideas with their friends. Yes you have great ideas of what needs to be done but as my dad always said “ the steam that blows the whistle, never turns the wheel” . Please use your resources and influence to help us make the needed changes. Keep up the good work, Good job, Tom in Ellensburg.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special episode, Stephan and Michael take a look back on the past 4 years of doing the podcast. Michael Moeri is the editor and marketing director of The Jackson Hole Connection. In this episode, Stephan and Michael talk about some of the unexpected life stories, funny guests, and heartfelt conversations of the past year. They discuss how life can sometimes make it a struggle to create a weekly podcast and what motivates them to share new stories each week. Thank you to all of our listeners and supporters, we couldn't do this podcast without you. We'd love to hear from you. Give us a rating or a review in Apple podcasts, follow us on Instagram and Facebook or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Quite a few past episodes were mentioned in this week's episode, below are some quick links to use as a reference: https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/scott-kosiba/ (Episode 203 – A Chat with Our Friends of the Bridger-Teton with Scott Kosiba) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/esther-judge-lennox/ (Episode 200 – Saving Homes with Esther Judge-Lennox of Shacks on Racks) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/joe-stone (Episode 199 – Helping People with Disabilities Find Adventure featuring Joe Stone of Teton Adaptive) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/hal-johnson (Episode 197 – Living a Happy Life in Jackson Hole with Hal Johnson) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/annie-fenn (Episode 195 – Brain Health Starts in the Kitchen with Annie Fenn) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/john-hamon (Episode 194 – Becoming Radically Generous with John Hamon) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/stefano-daza-arango (Episode 186 – The Worm Cowboy featuring Stefano Daza Arango) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/mikey-franco (Episode 184 – Creating the World's Finest Snowshapes with Mikey Franco) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/beyond-skid (Episode 182 – Beyond Skid Cooking featuring Lily Krass and Max Ritter) https://thejacksonholeconnection.com/episodes-archive/brian-lenz (Episode 169 – Keeping Jackson Laughing with Brian Lenz) This week's episode is sponsored in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling is reminding residents and small businesses that the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility is open on select days, through the end of October, by appointment only. To safely and responsibly dispose of household chemicals or other substances that pose a danger to our environment, visit http://tetoncountywy.gov/recycle (tetoncountywy.gov/recycle) to schedule your appointment today! More athttps://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh ( @RoadToZeroWaste.JH) Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Wine Club. Curating quality wine selections delivered to you each month. Enjoy delicious wines at amazing prices. More athttp://jacksonholewineclub.com/ ( JacksonHoleWineClub.com) Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at email@example.com. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (http://michaelmoeri.com/ (michaelmoeri.com))
Editor-In-Chief: Rhiannon Roberts Prior to studying Contemporary Art at Sotheby's Institute of Art in London, Rhiannon completed her undergraduate degree in Art History at Belmont University. During her time there, she was the recipient of the 2021 Written Research in the Visual Arts Award for her visual essay titled “The Depiction of Global Consumerism and Overconsumption in Art,” a featured keynote speaker at the 2021 Belmont University Research Symposium where she presented an original research project for the Asian Studies session. Features Co-Editor: Camille Moreno Camille is an artist and writer. She received her BA in Fine and Studio Arts from Hampshire College in the US and graduated with a solo show called Ex Omnia Ovum which explored the literary discourse of eggs through a series of plaster sculptures. She holds a Diplom in Sculpture from the Kunsthochschule Weißensee in Berlin, Germany, and exhibited a series of cast plaster sculptures in the degree show Ausgerechnet Freitag der Dreizehnte. Her dissertation explored public art and urban agriculture. In Berlin, she wrote for the art section of the ex-pat magazine Exberliner and founded a non-profit organisation that provided art scene news and information in English to the growing ex-pat community. After leaving Berlin, she assisted in the historic restoration of the Domaine du Layet chapel and villa in Le Lavandou, France, where she specialised in lime and decorative plaster wall finishes. After most recently receiving a Diploma in Curating from Goldsmiths University in London Camille is furthering her education by currently pursuing an MA in Art Business at Sotheby's Institute of Art. En Plein Air Editor: Alison Lo Born in metropolitan Hong Kong, Alison is a globe-trotter and has lived in various international cities including Berlin and London. Prior to pursuing an MA in Contemporary Art at Sotheby's Institute of Art London, she received her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) and Master of Laws degrees from the University of Hong Kong. With over ten years of policy advisory and project management experience in the public sector, including an overseas station in Central and Eastern Europe, she has collaborated with art institutions and individual artists, international organisations, government ministries, private enterprises, academia and the media on projects spanning from art exhibitions, cultural performances, business matching, infrastructural development, and urban regeneration. Agents of Change, Co-Editor: Reese Vandeven Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, USA, Reese is new to London as of autumn last year. She received a BS in Global Arts, Planning, Design, and Construction from Texas A&M University before starting her MA in Art Logistics at Sotheby's Institute of Art. Website: https://www.madeinbed.co.uk/ music ‘Baby, I Miss The Internet' (Rama, Rama, Rama) by TOT TAYLOR is used by kind permission of the artist ©Tot Taylor/Songmatic Music (2020) PRS/MCPS/PPL
As businesses re-analyze their carbon footprint and sustainability programs they look for unique ways to uphold brand values and build trust with prospects. Loop & Tie is the first and only carbon regenerative corporate gifting platform, enabling companies to engage in global gifting that gives back. CMO, MK Getler-Porizkova, helps us to understand the power of gifts that give back and how this maintains customer loyalty and relationships. With this unique platform, MK proudly hones in on the growth rewards of curating a community in order to put its brand values at the forefront of customer relationships. With a frictionless buying journey and easy-to-navigate website, they are able to demonstrate and align prospects to their key sustainability goals while creating a top-performing sales rep.
Welcome back Coachable Family. This weeks conversation with Jonathan Webber flows effortlessly. Jonathan is a Hungry Inner city raised kid who got full on the belief that success is possible for everyone who finds the proper opportunity. Now teaches & has business in over 17 countries around the world. [5:00] Staying humble“I gave up being right this is just my perspective”“We don't choose the circumstances we come from.”“There's only one person in the room and thats “Us””“United we stand divided we fall”“We are more the same than we are different”[25:00] Curating an Environment“It all starts with a vision.”“Having a vision doesn't cost anything.”“Be grateful the vision landed on you, and protect that vision.”“New life comes through labor. It's all hard work.”“People see success and don't realize behind the successes is sacrifice.”“Its work but it's worth it”“I didn't start building a team, I was building a family. You can quit a team but you can't quit a family.”“To create a family I had to build trust.”“Trust can take a lifetime to build but a second to break.”“There's a time to work and there's a time to play.”[34:00] Dynasty“A dynasty is a succession of leaders.”“Turn your car to a classroom.”“How can you be a leader who doesn't move?”“I had to be the person I wanted. I set the bar.”“Success is attracted by the person you become.”“Everyone is doing less than they are capable of.”.“No one is special unless we are all special.”[45:00] Rituals“Body, mind, and soul all need to be fed right.”“Mirror work helps with self love.”“If you can't do it for yourself you can't do it for others.”[1:02] Vision and commitment“When your vision is shaky your commitment keeps you clear until the vision comes back.”“You have to sit with what the vision is.”“If you don't set a plan you will fall into someone else's plan.”“You have to live where you want to be.”“Be so connected to the destination of where you are heading that you are moving every day. ““People who make excuses have gotten disconnected from their destination.” [1:25:00] Growing“Preparedness meets opportunity.”“Trial and error.”“Make your mistakes on someone else's dollar.”“Get paid to learn.”“Don't ask what you're getting, ask who you're becoming.”“Be the best at the thing you are doing now.”“Raise the standard of your life.”“If we don't trust ourselves how can others trust us?”“You have to practice what you preach and hold yourself to the standard.” Connect with Ali on Jonathan! ✨Connect with us on instagram
This week, I'm wrapping up the business trifecta series with why you need a brand strategy. Brand strategy is the character or personality of your business. It's how you communicate your business values and what makes you different. Tune in to hear the 8 steps of working through creating a brand strategy for yourself! INSIDE THIS EPISODE
In this episode, we chat with fellow Hot Wings Collective members and legendary NFT collectors - YVR Trader and Aventurine. Together, they run a sub-committee within G Money's Admit One community called The Watchers. In this conversation, we uncover how they curate whitelist opportunities, discuss the state of the market, and what areas of the NFT market they think are on the rise. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we enjoyed recording it. Follow Adventurine on Twitter: https://twitter.com/aventurine_eth Follow YVR Trader on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YVR_Trader --- Credits: Host John Hoyos: https://twitter.com/jhzorro Co-Host Kevin Thomas Chen: https://twitter.com/kevinthomaschen Music by Oumi Kapila: https://twitter.com/Oumimusic Production by John Hoyos and Oumi Kapila Hot Wings Collective: https://twitter.com/hotwings_xyz -- Interested in sponsoring us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022 All Rights Reserved.
In this episode, Jean hangs out with Tinbane and Astamcloud/P to discuss the experience of collecting, creating and curating in the generative art space. Links Jean's post about embarking on his artistic journey Jean's generative art resources DCinvestor on-chain gen art collector thesis The rise of long-form generative art Mandelbrot set Picasso's The Bull * Featured image art by Tinbane
Today we discuss Anabelle Rodríguez' work at the site of Xunantunich, Belize, for her dissertation. Her dissertation is titled Curating Xunantunich and it is based on fieldwork and archival research related to the preservation of culture and nature at the Xunantunich Archaeological Reserve, a popular tourist attraction in Belize, Central America. Anabelle Rodríguez is an artist/curator/educator from Puerto Rico and a Ph.D. candidate at Rutgers University. Before joining Rutgers, Anabelle curated exhibitions for alternative art spaces, cultural organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies in Philadelphia and New York City. She is the founder of an independent research platform called The ~curARTorial LAB and her current interests include: art + anthropology; anthropologies and sociologies of art; art as craft/craft as art; art law and repatriation; Caribbean archaeology and Indigenous identities; cultural imperialisms and (de)coloniality; experimental ethnographies; feminist, queer, and Indigenous art histories; the illicit traffic of global antiquities; natureculture preservation; peripheral art worlds; problematic archives and collections; sacred sites and heritages; visual research methodologies.
In today's episode, I am sitting down for a Q&A with Lauren Parrish Walker, founder of the luxury sweater boutique Parrish LA based in West Hollywood. A lover of health and well-being, Lauren shares so many nuggets of wisdom on style and confidence. During our chat, Lauren talks about the secret behind great style, how she stays rooted balancing a full-time job and her own business, her own experience with disordered eating, what role food plays in her life and tips and tricks you need to know to build your new wardrobe. In this episode, we cover: What does it mean to have great style and how she got into fashion [1:08] A typical day in Lauren's life and how she stays rooted [9:39] Dealing with diet culture, social media, body image and daughters [16:04] Lauren talks about making peace with food and her body [25:27] The snacks and food Lauren always reaches for [33:14[ Style tips for building a new wardrobe [43:10] Thrifting and making shopping fun [51:49] Behind the brand Parrish LA [56:30] Stay connected with Lauren: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theparrishla/ Website: https://parrishla.com/ Connect with Cassidy:cassidyeats.com www.instagram.com/cassidyeats
Dr. Diane Hudson is the founder of Advanced Behavior Change. Advanced Behavior Change's mission is to use the science of Applied Behavior Analysis to give children, teens, and caregivers the tools to change their environments and behaviors and to meet and exceed their goals. In this episode, Diane shares the path that lead her out to Jackson from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She talks about moving her practice up from Salt Lake and the benefits of being able to work with people remotely and in person. Diane then goes into some of the techniques she uses to increase positive skills, such as communication, social, and adaptive skills, and decrease problem behavior. Stephan and Diane also talk about neurodivergent individuals and how diagnosing ADHD and Autism has changed over the years. Follow Diane on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drdianehudson/ (@drdianehudson) Find out more about Advanced Behavior Change at https://www.advancedbehaviorchange.com/ (advancedbehaviorchange.com) This week's episode is sponsored in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling. Old Bill's Fun Run donations directly support zero waste education and outreach. Recycle often, recycle right, and donate today! Donate athttps://www.cfjacksonhole.org/old-bills/ ( OldBills.com). More athttps://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh ( @RoadToZeroWaste.JH) Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Wine Club. Curating quality wine selections delivered to you each month. Enjoy delicious wines at amazing prices. More athttp://jacksonholewineclub.com/ ( JacksonHoleWineClub.com) Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at email@example.com. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (http://michaelmoeri.com/ (michaelmoeri.com),https://www.instagram.com/thatsamoeri/ (@thatsamoeri))
Every homeschooling mom knows what great freedom and responsibility comes with the calling to educate your children at home. In this episode, homeschool mom and curriculum developer Lyndsey of Treehouse Schoolhouse joins us as we dive into some of the most common questions about homeschooling and dig deeper to uncover the why behind so many foundational homeschooling concepts. Whether you are in the thick of homeschooling or are considering making the transition to learning at home, we hope this episode offers both inspiration and practical strategies as you create an environment where your family can thrive. Join us as we discuss the following: How Lyndsey knew she wanted to homeschool before she even had children At what age should you start schooling your children? Curating an environment of learning in your home How to make a natural transition from the early years into formal lessons Laying a solid foundation by figuring out what you believe about education Bringing your personality and passions into your homeschool Creating a homeschool that reflects your family culture Taking ownership over your role as an educator Designing a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly rhythm that works for your unique family Top tips for homeschooling older children with toddlers or babies in the home Thinking through extracurricular commitments in a way that honors your family culture and your child's interests How homeschool families can far exceed society's definition of socialization Practical strategies for nurturing your own holistic health as a full-time homeschool mom How homeschooling promotes a deep connection between parent and child The beauty of offering your child an individualized education How schooling at home creates opportunities to support your child's emotional health Looking for more? Watch this episode on YouTube + visit the blog for show notes and transcript. Connect: Lyndsey Mimnagh | Instagram | Website | YouTube | Facebook | Pinterest Kori Meloy | Instagram | Freely Rooted Course Fallon Lee | Instagram | Fallon's Table The information presented in this episode does not constitute medical advice. It is for educational and inspirational purposes only.
The story of Los Angeles is the story of the Mexican, Mexican American, and Latino experience in the region. Sharing that story is the work of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, based in Downtown Los Angeles, which seeks to honor the past, inspire the future, and recognize the enduring cultural influence of Mexicans, Mexican Americans and all Latinas/Latinos in Los Angeles through transformative exhibitions, programming and educational experiences. As CivitasLA celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2022, we're joined by LA Plaza's new CEO, Leticia Rhi Buckley, the first Latina to hold this position, as we discuss their work exploring the Mexican and Mexican American history of Los Angeles, and efforts to build and serve community through an extensive array of programs in music, dance, films, art, history, culinary arts, topical events, nature, and much more. (https://lapca.org/mexican-american-history/) A well-respected arts advocate and administrator, Leticia has served with the Los Angeles County Arts Commission (now Department of Arts and Culture), as Vice President for Californians for the Arts/California Arts Advocates, and as an Adjunct Professor at the Center for Business and Management of the Arts at Claremont Graduate University. To learn more, please visit: www.lapca.org. And, to learn more about CivitasLA, we invite you to visit www.CivitasLA.com. And we hope you'll rate and review our show; and connect with us on Facebook (@CivitasLA), Instagram (@Civitas_LA) and Twitter (@Civitas_LA).
The opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Games in London was heralded as one of the most spectacular and successful outdoor theatrical events in the world, watched by more than 3.8 billion people. The man behind it was Bradley Hemmings. Bradley is a festival director, and every year is responsible for putting on the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival (GDIF) in London. Now in its 27th year, he tells Anna Bailey about the key elements that make for a great and accessible outdoor event. Follow Bradley as he puts together the line-up for this year's festival and coordinates the opening night. Collaborating with Jenny Sealey, his co-producer of the Paralympic Games, and with Peter Hudson, the artistic director behind Charon, a 32-foot-high rotating zoetrope as seen at The Burning Man Festival in America, and now one of the main attractions for this year's GDIF in London.
In the 128th episode of Cash Flow Pro, we talk with Omni Casey, founder of New Leaf Redevelopers. Omni has been a real estate investor, broker, and coach for nearly 20 years. Over the last 10+ years, he and his family moved from Hawaii to Northern Virginia and have been very active in growing their real estate investment portfolio. He has coached hundreds of real estate investors, agents, and clients to create and execute a plan to grow their real estate businesses. Omni's focus and goal are to help every team member achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. In this episode, we discuss: Curating a high-standard team High-end property management Selling your real estate portfolio and proper exit Starting a real estate podcast The Cash-Flow Breakfast Club: A Story and Manual The power of the word to mouth and networking Make sure to tune in to this episode to find out more! Find your flow, Casey Brown Resources mentioned in this podcast: omnitheinvestorguy.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/omnitheinvestorguy/ https://www.instagram.com/omnitheinvestorguy/ Twitter @OmniInvestorGuy
In episode eleven, we got to sit down with Pastor Chad Veach of Zoe Church in Los Angeles, CA. Chad is an author, a compelling communicator with broad influence, and host of the Leadership Lean In podcast. As a proponent of self-awareness and emotional EQ, Chad digs into the importance of cracking your own leadership code and curating organizational culture–a reflection of who you are, not what you say. We hope this conversation with Chad refreshes your passion to courageously lead the most difficult person in your life (yourself) and inspires your faith in the power of prayer. Episode Resources: Worried About Everything Because I Pray About Nothing, by Chad Veach Help! I Work with People, by Chad Veach How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie Doing Church as a Team, by Wayne Cordeiro Leadership Lean In, with Chad Veach Danielfloyd.org DFLP YouTube Channel
Hello, Hello! In this episode, we have a conversation with Artistic Director Brian Owens. We talk about the upcoming Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) beginning on September 22nd, the importance of The Royal Theater in Danville, Indiana and the story of their "Big Pickle," why Jaws changed his life, what mistake kills the chances of a film being accepted into a major film festival, how he balances the needs of the local filmmakers while expanding CIFF to new audiences, why reducing a movie to the essential is paramount to success, and his $1 million run-in with Al and Tipper Gore. Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love The MAKE IT podcast is the platform for the Voice of the Filmmaker (https://www.bonsai.film/voiceofthefilmmaker) program, which is brought to you in partnership with Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization). Indie Talks Industry Insights Mistakes in the Making Film Investment Series Our audience plays a crucial role in making this all happen through donations to this fantastic program. Donate Today! (https://www.bonsai.film/donate) Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. We're everywhere! You can find more info and a link to join our bi-weekly newsletter here: https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative. Thanks for listening and, as always, Be Better. Be Creative. Be Engaged. #MAKEIT More on CIFF CIFF INFO: www.ciffcalgary.ca Instagram: @ciffcalgary CIFF is happening from September 22nd - October 2nd, 2022 CIFF operates on the traditional territories of the Treaty 7 region, which includes the Blackfoot First Nation tribes of Siksika, Bearspaw, Chiniki, and Wesley and the Region 3 Metis Nation of Alberta. The first Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) was held in 2000 for six days and was attended by 8,000 people. Now, attendance has more than quadrupled to over 35,000 for the expanded 11-day festival. In 2022, CIFF celebrates its 23rd year, September 22nd - October 2nd. The 11-day showcase of over 175 multi-genre feature and short films from Canada and worldwide also hosts an Industry Week series that emphasizes unique and exciting ways for filmmakers and fans to interact. Our virtual cinema program returns this year for audiences across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Calgary International Film Festival is now the largest film festival in Alberta and is the sixth-largest in Canada. It is also an Oscar-qualifying festival for short films, a Canadian Screen Award Qualifying festival, and was named one of "50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" in 2009, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020 & 2022 by MovieMaker Magazine.
Amber has a beautiful book called A Place to Belong- Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond. It's a wonderful guide for families looking to authentically embrace the fullness of their diverse communities. We get to dive into several topics that I know you will love! "A Place to Belong offers a path forward for families to honor their cultural heritage and champion diversity in the context of daily family life by:1. Fostering open dialogue around discrimination, race, gender, disability, and class2. Teaching “hard history” in an age-appropriate way3. Curating a diverse selection of books and media choices in which children see themselves and people who are different4. Celebrating cultural heritage through art, music, and poetry5. Modeling activism and engaging in community service projects as a family"You can check out all that she has to offer for resources as you root your children in their own culture so that they may openly embrace and love others with their whole hearts here: www.heritagemom.comFollow her on Instagram @heritagemomblogDon't forget to sign up for my newsletter at teamkindhumans.com
We are hosting Paul O'Neill. We closed our last episode at a crucial and rather existential moment. This second part of our conversation extends to our small group of audience members. You will hear Paul responding to questions on the educational turn, auto-theory, and variations on how to work with artists.Ahali Conversations are often recorded with an intimate group of audience members, so if you'd like to be in the loop, and join live sessions, please feel free to get in touch.EPISODE NOTES PART 2This episode includes questions by Alessandra Saviotti, Ula Soley, Enrico Arduini, and Furkan İnan. Paul O'Neill is a curator, artist, writer, and educator. He is currently the artistic director of Publics, in Helsinki, Finland.Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is an artistic and cultural center based in London. https://www.ica.art/Mick Wilson is an artist, educator and researcher based in Gothenburg and Dublin.Adrian Rifkin is a professor of art writing at Goldsmiths, University of London. http://gai-savoir.net/Dr. Andrea Phillips is BALTIC Professor and Director of BxNU Research Institute, Northumbria University & BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.Richard Birkett was a curator at the ICA, London; and at the Artists Space in New York. He is currently a curator at the Yale Union art center in Portland, Oregon.Dave Beech is an artist and writer. https://www.davebeech.co.uk/Sarah Pierce is an artist based in Dublin.Nought to Sixty was a program of exhibitions and events, curated by Richard Birkett at the ICA, in 2008. Over the course of six months, the program was presenting solo projects by sixty emerging British- and Irish-based artists. https://archive.ica.art/nought-sixty-artists-index/The Copenhagen Free University is an artist-run institution, dedicated to the production of critical consciousness and poetic language. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copenhagen_Free_Universityunitednationsplaza is a project by Anton Vidokle in collaboration with Boris Groys, Jalal Toufic, Liam Gillick, Martha Rosler, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Nikolaus Hirsch, Tirdad Zolghadr, and Walid Raad It operated as a temporary, experimental school in Berlin, following the cancellation of Manifesta 6 on Cyprus, in 2006. The project traveled to Mexico City (2008) and to New York City under the name Night School (2008-2009) at the New Museum. Its program was organized around a number of public seminars, most of which are available in the online archive. https://www.unitednationsplaza.org/The text Paul was referring to –Introduction to The Paraeducation Department– written by Annie Fletcher and Sarah Pierce is in the anthology Curating and the Educational Turn edited by Paul O'Neill and Mick Wilson: https://betonsalon.net/PDF/essai.pdfKate Zambreno is an American novelist, essayist, critic, and professor.Roland Barthes (1915 – 1980) was a French literary theorist, essayist, philosopher, critic, and semiotician. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_BarthesOctavia Butler (1947 – 2006) was an American science fiction author. Her writings have finally attracted well-deserved attention in the past years.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octavia_E._ButlerMaryam Jafri is a Copenhagen-based American artist. The artist's book Independence Days presents an expanded version of her photo installation and includes texts by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay, Paul O'Neill, Nina Tabassomi. https://www.maryamjafri.net/Lygia Pimentel Lins (1920 – 1988), better known as Lygia Clark, was a Brazilian artist and co-founder of Neo-Concrete movement. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lygia_ClarkP! is a multidisciplinary gallery and project space formerly in New York, currently based in Berlin. http://p-exclamation.com/Taken place in P!, in 2016, We are the (Epi)center was a group exhibition organized with the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, featuring: Can Altay, David Blamey, Katarina Burin, Jasmina Cibic, Céline Condorelli, Marjolijn Dijkman, Chris Kraus, Gareth Long, Ronan McCrea, Harold Offeh, William McKeown, Eduardo Padilha, Sarah Pierce, Richard Venlet, Grace Weir, and many others.PARSE is an international artistic research publishing and biennial conference platform based in the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at University of Gothenburg. This is the visual essay Paul was referring to: https://parsejournal.com/article/before-and-after/Autotheory refers to a critical approach in which the author uses personal experiences as the major creative force and the body as the source of knowledge.Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939) is an Austrian neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis. Jacques Marie Émile Lacan (1901-1981) is a French psychoanalyst and interpreter of Sigmund Freud's studies. Their contributions to the psychoanalytic theory have been influential on the literary theory in terms of deciphering a work based on the psychological condition its author is in, or conversely, portraying such condition through unconscious revelations of the author within the work.Maggie Nelson is an American writer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggie_NelsonSemiotext(e) is an independent press, publishing works of theory, fiction, madness, economics, satire, sexuality, science fiction, activism, and confession. http://www.semiotextes.com/McKenzie Wark is an Australian-born writer and professor of Media and Culture at Hudson University.Raymond Williams (1921 – 1988) was a Welsh socialist writer, academic, novelist, and critic. In his essay Dominant, Residual, and Emergent, he characterizes the grounded parts of cultural groups and their operating methods. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_WilliamsStephen Wright is a writer and gardener. Listen to Episode 1 to get to know him better. https://www.ahali.space/episodes/episode-1-stephen-wrightTania Bruguera is an artist and activist. https://www.taniabruguera.com/Dr. Gregory Sholette is a New York-based artist, writer, teacher, and activist.NTS is a global radio station and media platform founded in 2011 by Femi Adeyemi. https://www.nts.live/Bjork is an Icelandic singer, songwriter, composer, record producer, and actress. https://bjork.com/Annie Fletcher is the Director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art.Leninism is a political ideology developed by Russian Marxist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin that proposes the establishment of communism through dictatorship of the proletariat.Stalinism is a totalitarian extension of Leninism and a period of governing by Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union from 1927 to 1953.COALESCE is an ongoing exhibition project by Paul O'Neill which takes place at different locations with different artists and shapes around the idea of cohabitation.
Brett has met some truly amazing marketers while hosting this podcast, sparking connections and collaborations at The Juice. Today, he takes a moment to reflect and share his personal approach to seeking out and "hunting down" exceptional guests. His chats with Janet Granger, Darryl Praill, and Benyamin Elias are a few recent highlights that have resonated with him. 0:00 Intro 2:00 Curating and collaborating 3:25 Finding podcast guests 8:50 Hunting for killer content 11:40 Episode highlights 15:52 Closing words Join The JuiceFollow The Juice:| Website | Blog | Twitter | LinkedInFollow Brett:| Twitter | LinkedIn
Meet our podcast guest: Monika Jiang is the head of content and community at the House of Beautiful Business, a global platform and community to make humans more human and business more beautiful. A highly intuitive, fantastical soul, temporarily unfinished and forever wanting to play, she reaches to the margins, asks essential questions, and gently steps into the reality of others to make more feelings known, more faces seen, more voices heard. Because another world is not only possible—it exists. Rate, Review, & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Did you find the episode valuable? If yes, please leave a rating and a review on our podcast show! By doing so, you are creating a ripple-effect of positive impact. The more people can discover this episode, the more rising thought leaders can we support to truly step into their biggest, boldest version of themselves. Also, have you already subscribed to the podcast? If not, make sure to do so not to miss the upcoming episodes! Links mentioned in this episode: Connect with Monika: House of Beautiful Business: https://houseofbeautifulbusiness.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/monika-jiang Twitter: https://twitter.com/MonikaJiang Going further with The Thought Leadership Academy: FREE Masterclass - Get Booked! The Business of Speaking: Lessons Learned from 6x TEDx-Speakers: https://bit.ly/speakyourlegacymasterclass
Join me for the career reflections of Tonia Martinez, founder of Career Transformations. Find out how her love for helping people, a family value, leads her to a career in HR which ultimately becomes the foundation and expertise needed to start her own business. She loves learning about new roles and industries and was a pioneer recruiting veterans and diverse candidates before it was the popular thing to do. What's served Tonia best: “I'm truly blessed for my HR career. I understand interviewing, hiring, retention, turnover, training – so I can have meaningful conversations with hiring managers.” Her words of wisdom “Starting a business is not as easy as it sounds. It's important to have a reserve of income set aside to fall back on. Be patient and give yourself grace, especially in the beginning. It's a lot of work!”
Georgie McNiff, RN is the founder of Nurse Georgie Health which offers in-office, concierge and telehealth services that are science backed and researched based. In this episode, Gerogie shared why she picked up during the pandemic and moved out to Jackson from New York. She talks about what went into starting up her practice and how it has grown over the past couple of years. Stephan and Gerogie discuss the health of our community and some of the unique services that Nurse Georgie offers, including vitamin IV therapy, functional nutrition and testing. Find out more about Nurse Georgie athttps://www.jhcenterforthearts.org/ ( )https://nursegeorgiehealth.com/ (nursegeorgiehealth.com) Follow Nurse Georgie on Instagramhttps://www.rootskitchencannery.com/ ( )https://www.instagram.com/nursegeorgiehealth/?hl=en (@NurseGeorgieHealth) This week's episode is sponsored in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling. Old Bill's Fun Run donations directly support zero waste education and outreach. Recycle often, recycle right, and donate today! Donate athttps://www.cfjacksonhole.org/old-bills/ ( )https://www.cfjacksonhole.org/old-bills/ (OldBills.com). More athttps://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh ( )https://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh (@RoadToZeroWaste.JH) Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Wine Club. Curating quality wine selections delivered to you each month. Enjoy delicious wines at amazing prices. More athttp://jacksonholewineclub.com/ ( JacksonHoleWineClub.com) Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at email@example.com. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (http://michaelmoeri.com/ (michaelmoeri.com),https://www.instagram.com/thatsamoeri/ (@thatsamoeri))
Today's guest is Monaca Onstad, the President and CEO of Onplace. Monaca is a nationally recognized community relations and lifestyle executive with a passion for building community in the residential and commercial real estate market. She has more than 20 years of sales and operations experience in the real estate industry with the last several years focused on driving home sales and leasing efforts through placemaking, community relations, and lifestyle programming. Monica has been recognized as the best lifestyle director in the U.S. in 2018 by the National Association of Homebuilders Sales and Marketing Council. She was ranked among the top 4 lifestyle directors in the country in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.In today's episode, Monaca and I chat about lifestyle development and how she has seen a shift in priorities of not only the resident's needs but also the way developers think about starting a new project. Monaca dives into some of the challenges she faced in community management during the pandemic and how she used the resilience she learned from working on a farm to pivot and make the most out of the situation. Monaca is an inspiration and I am so excited to share her wisdom with you!Memorable Moments:5:07- I learned growing up about what true community really is and how we step up for one another when times are hard, but also we celebrate each other when times are good.13:28- I'm there to help increase the ROI for my client. And while we want to put them in the best marketing position possible, we also have to make sure that it's the right size, and that we are doing things that help from a long-term standpoint, the operation piece of how the lifestyle program is going to operate.15:10- To me, lifestyle is not just about events and parties and that type of thing; it's about building a true community. And I think that crosses between commercial and residential, how do you connect those local businesses to those residents, and vice versa?22:50- I think working on a farm taught me so much about how to pivot, perseverance, and just respect for farmers on what they go through. I mean, understanding how they have this connection with the land is so important, because they don't get the credit or the pay that probably most of them deserve.Connect with Nancy:Instagram: https://instagram.com/nancysurakLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancysurak/Website: www.nancysurak.comConnect with Monica:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onplacelifestyle/https://www.instagram.com/monacaonstad/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/monacaonstad/Website: https://www.onplace.life/Monaca's Podcast Recommendation:The Moth Podcast https://themoth.org/podcastSound production by:Luke Surak, Surak Productions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today's episode is with Max Hansen, CEO & Co-Founder of Y Scouts. He is a hiring process strategist who partners with CEOs, Presidents, and other executive hiring champions to grow their businesses by hiring purpose-aligned and performance-proven leaders. In this conversation, you'll hear how Max finds and prioritizes key relationships in his life that help him live out who he wants to be. You'll be inspired by his intentional lifestyle choices that set him up for success as a high-performing leader pursuing a well-rounded life.In this episode, you'll hear:How Max filters and prioritizes his inner circle of relationships to make sure his network is pushing him forward (while balancing life with 5 kids)What Max has learned about communication: sooner and clearer is always better, and the importance of listening.Making metric-driven decisions and applying this even to his personal life (metrics in fitness, relationships, etc.)How to go further in life by facing your emotions rather than pushing them downAnd more!Ways to connect with Max:Max's Co-authored Book: Hiring on PurposeY Scouts WebsiteMax's LinkedinIf you're a leader looking to grow your leadership capability by exercising your self-awareness skills regularly, visit www.pursuewhole.com/coaching to explore our unique coaching program and schedule a free discovery call.
Perkenalkan, David Irianto. Kalo kalian belom pernah denger, tapi mungkin sudah denger karyanya. David adalah bagian dari TEDx & sekarang adalah co-founder @Greatmind.id. David memang gak di depan layar, tapi kualitasnya dari belakang layar pun terasa di karyanya. Di episode ini, kalian akan mengerti mengapanya. Begitu banyak wisdom, ilmu & pemikiran yang ternyata, "oh gitu", "wow", "iya juga ya" dan.. "gue banget nih". Setidaknya itu yang kami rasakan. Semoga kalian bisa mendengar 1 jam 35 menit yang isinya, entah itu daging banget atau sayur banget, yang jelas, ini menyehatkan! Silakan, time stampnya: (02:23) - Perjalanan David Irianto dari Mulai sampai Sekarang (07:07) - Being a Field Agnostic (11:07) - David Irianto dan TED Ex Jakarta (16:43) - Self-Awareness & Context Understanding (32:41) - Self-Healing dengan Sekolah Psikologi (35:54) - Having Imposter Syndrome (43:57) - Pelajaran Setelah Mengkurasi Ratusan KOL (49:26) - Memberi Kesempatan pada Orang di Balik Layar (55:00) - Punya Banyak Hal yang Dikerjakan Kok Ngga Chaotic? (1:03:12) - Thesis Soal Flow (1:11:41) - 2 Jenis Passion (1:13:42) - Enjoy Being Slightly Stimulated (1:18:21) - Being Overwhelmed by Something You Passionate (1:32:52) - This or That (1:35:31) - How David Define Success Thirty Days of Lunch diinisiasi oleh @fellexandro dan @sheggario. Kita percaya bahwa momen 'lunch' bisa menjadi momen kita upgrade diri, dengan makan siang bersama orang-orang yang lebih kaya, bukan hanya kaya secara materi, tapi lebih penting lagi, kaya pengalaman, ilmu, insight, wisdom. Podcast ini adalah hadiah untuk Gen-Z dan Millenials yang sedang berproses menjalani hidup & karir-nya. Holla at Ruby & Ario to this email address : email@example.com
EPISODE 36 of 'All About Art': Curating 'Surrealism and Magic: Enchanted Modernity' at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, with Gražina Subelytė In this episode, I speak to Gražina Subelytė, Associate Curator at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy. Gražina curated the exhibition showing during the 59th Venice Biennale which is titled 'Surrealism and Magic: Enchanted Modernity'. In this episode, we talk about her background and how she came to curate at such a renowned organization. We delve into the intricacies and processes of curating an extensive exhibition, and we also touch on the challenges of putting together a show like this one. Listen in to hear me ask Gražina about how it feels to contribute to the arts landscape during the Venice Biennale, and what advice she would give someone wanting to follow in her footsteps. 'Surrealism and Magic' gave such a rich overview of the Surrealist movement, and I loved that there was a particular focus on female artists, as well. I grew up loving Salvador Dalí, but now I think I love Leonor Fini a little bit more! Many thanks to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection for the collaboration, and, of course, to Gražina for coming on the podcast. You can find more information on the exhibition and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection here: www.guggenheim-venice.it/en/whats-on/exhibitions/surrealism-and-magic-enchanted-modernity/ And you can read about the Venice Biennale here: https://www.labiennale.org/en/art/2022 You can support All About Art on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/allaboutart ABOUT THE HOST: I am an Austrian-American art historian, curator, and writer. I obtained my BA in History of Art at University College London and my MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy at Goldsmiths, University of London. My specializations include contemporary art, specifically feminism and artificial intelligence in artistic practice, as well as museum policies and arts engagement. Here are links to my social media, feel free to reach out: Instagram @alexandrasteinacker Twitter @alex_steinacker and LinkedIn at Alexandra Steinacker-Clark COVER ART: Lisa Schrofner a.k.a Liser www.liser-art.com
Join me for the career reflections of Lori Hanson, The Success Whisperer. Her journey starts in business wanting to be like her dad running a hospital and secretly wanting to know what earning a bonus feels like! Her first roles are in HR in healthcare, shifting then to the insurance industry, another pivot into higher education & training, onto project management, and a stint in sales. All with loads of success -- ultimately preparing her to be an entrepreneur, coach and now “The Success Whisperer.” Find out how she overcomes some significant bumps along the way -- a handful of layoffs, no-to-low self-esteem, an eating disorder, negative mindset issues around sales and money and racking up a pile of debt. What's served Lori best: “Going into pit bull mode! I'm incredibly determined, I just never, ever, ever, give up. Never giving up is a choice.” Her words of wisdom “You have no limits! The only limits you have are in your head.”
On today's episode of The Inn Between, we welcome Noa who we met through acupuncture. Noa is committed to building a brand that promotes holistic wellness through every fiber of its being. Tune in to listen to everything from health advice, Noa's journey to acupuncture, words of wisdom for life, and more! You can learn more about Noa's practice, clinic, market and Meridian bar by going to https://zoiacupuncture.com https://www.thezoimarket.com https://www.meridianbuda.com IG: @zoiwell FB: https://www.facebook.com/zoiacupuncture [0:00:00] Show intro [0:00:43] Welcome to Noa [0:02:13] Noa's journey with acupuncture and business [0:09:26] Women's health and pregnancy [0:11:37] How food affects your body [0:13:06] Diagnosing food sensitivities and deficiencies [0:14:59] Armful of babies/managing kids diets [0:16:49] How diets affect kid's behavior [0:21:34] Lab vs. home test for food sensitivities [0:23:32] Zoe's Market and Zoe's Medicinals [0:29:44] The Meridian [0:31:35] Perfection is not the goal [0:34:02] The perfect hangover mocktail [0:35:50] Aesthetics of the space: creating a lifestyle [0:42:30] Take wellness one day at a time [0:45:04] The husband's are the real hippies [0:49:46] Challenges of running a business with kids [0:57:25] Be willing to say no for your integrity [0:59:49] The importance of connection with others [1:04:15] Encouragement to parents who want to start a business [1:11:52] Wrap up and outro Resources: Theinnbetweentx.com IG- @THEINNBETWEENTX TIKTOK- @THEINNBETWEENTX FACEBOOK- @THEINNBETWEENTX YOUTUNE- @THEINNBETEENTX SPOTIFY- @The Inn Between Podcast
We discussed: Curating a bienniale art festival, government funded arts, how they select artists, how they chose the venues, ecological concerns of Art events, installing Art in a prison https://www.ffur.eu Lofoten International Art festival - https://info.liaf.no People + Places mentioned: Alighiero Boetti - https://gagosian.com/artists/alighiero-e-boetti/ Chiara Fumai - https://www.chiarafumai.com Skam - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5288312/ Kenneth Goldsmith - https://ubu.com Music by Peat Biby Supported in part by: EEA Grants from Iceland, Liechtenstein + Norway – https://eeagrants.org And we appreciate the assistance of our partners in this project: Hunt Kastner – https://huntkastner.com Kunstsentrene i Norge – https://www.kunstsentrene.no
Dr. Heather Koons and I dive into a fascinating conversation about preserving childhood, curating curiosity, outdoor adventures, creating an environment of learning and traveling with your kids. She has so many good ideas such as a Great Wall of questions, scattering fun learning resources for your kids to find and peppering life with some thrills. Dr. Heather Koons and her husband have been home educating their children for 6 years now. They have a 10, 8 and 5 year old. She studied neuroscience and religion at the University of Virginia before attending medical school at Yale. She did her neurology residency and fellowship at Vanderbilt where she remains as an Assistant Professor of Neurology. She sees patients with movement disorders, is the Associate Program Director of the Neurology residency program, serves as the VA site director for neurology rotations for 5 residency programs, and runs a deep brain stimulation elective for the medical students. As brilliant and accomplished as she is, one of her true passions is creating an amazing and fun learning environment for her kids. Heather describes their life of learning as "eclectic child-lead adventures" focused on preserving the wonder of childhood. She is excited to see where their kids' passions take them this year and I am excited to share this amazing conversation with you! Thanks for tuning in! Heather recommends Julie Bogart as a resource for homeschooling Julie Bogart's podcast is Brave Writer https://www.vumc.org/neurology/person/heather-koons-md Sponsor: Electric Ideas New Mastermind Called Electric Openings by Whitney Baker Starts September 14th https://myelectricideas.com/mastermind/ Follow Raising Vibrant Kids at Instagram - @raisingvibrantkids Facebook - Raising Vibrant Kids Facebook Group Email - Raisingvibrantkids@gmail.com Please subscribe to the show, rate and review, or share your favorite episode with a friend. Thanks for tuning in!!
On this week's “Unauthorized Disclosure” episode, Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola are joined by journalist and MintPress News senior staff writer Alan MacLeod. Alan has spent the past few months digging through LinkedIn profiles to expose the revolving door between United States security agencies (CIA, FBI, etc) and social media companies. In particular, his reporting calls attention to the sheer number of people from the CIA who are at Facebook, including one notable former agent who is developing content moderation policies for the corporation. Facebook, as Alan points out, is “the most important news source around the world. Around 3 billion use Facebook every month for news, which means that something like forty percent of the world's population is dependent on their news feeds. And that gives Facebook an enormous amount of leverage and influence.” We also asked Alan to break down his coverage of the so-called fact checking organizations that Facebook relies upon, particularly to moderate content related to the war in Ukraine, and how most of them receive direct funding from the US government.
Bitsy and I discuss even further her decor plans for her sophomore year dorm room! We reflect on our last week of summer together, I discovered I have curly hair, and we discuss our midwestern accent?!
In this episode your hosts reflect on what they have learned while collecting houseplants and give some tips on how to curate the perfect houseplant collection that will work for you and your home. LISTENER QUESTIONS! If you have a question you would like us to answer in our episode, please send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you! Join our Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/pottedtogether Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pottedtogether Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2MSqbBCcshc3gCdVuA4DIQ Follow Adam: https://www.instagram.com/knotdude; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxijnxIopEnFTLvzXBOiyrA Follow Nicole: https://www.instagram.com/mycleanleaves; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb2R0_AF1HE1b0YGG9eMM-w Follow Becca: https://www.instagram.com/delaplants; https://www.youtube.com/beccadelaplants
Welcome! Today's guest is a treat. Chris Halfpenny, the Notre Dame Women's Lacrosse Coach, is here to talk about the importance of curating a culture of belonging so our young people have the best chances to flourish, thrive, and compete on the field -- and in life. As we know, when we build and nourish the hearts, skillsets, and minds of our people, the magic unfolds. Along with elevating the room and elevating the game, she stresses keeping it simple and having some fun in the process. Go Irish! x
Scott Kosiba is the Executive Director of Friends of Bridger-Teton. Originally from Michigan, the study of Sage-grouse brought Scott out to Wyoming in 2010. In this episode, Scott shares the story of what brought him out to Wyoming and what it is like living in the Pinedale area. He talks about the increase in visitation to the Bridger-Teton area and the impact it has had on the public lands. Scott dives into some of the bigger initiatives that they have accomplished, including installing and maintaining vault toilets at Shadow Mountain. He then explains the three different types of camping on the Bridger-Teton land. Stephan and Scott also touch on fire and bear safety, tagging photos responsibly, and how volunteers can make a big difference. Do you know what a Charmin flower is? Listen to this episode to find out. Follow Friends of The Bridger-Tetonhttps://www.instagram.com/bridgertetonfriends/?hl=en ( @bridgertetonfriends) This week's episode is sponsored in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling. Old Bill's Fun Run donations directly support zero waste education and outreach. Recycle often, recycle right, and donate today! Donate at OldBills.com. More athttps://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh ( @RoadToZeroWaste.JH) on instagram. Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Wine Club. Curating quality wine selections delivered to you each month. Enjoy delicious wines at amazing prices. More athttp://jacksonholewineclub.com/ ( JacksonHoleWineClub.com) Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at email@example.com. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (http://michaelmoeri.com/ (michaelmoeri.com))