If you're a leader, or… honestly… just a living, breathing human being, you make important decisions every day. And with every decision you make comes the pressure to make the right choice. That can seem daunting––even overwhelming at times. That's why, this week, John Maxwell is going to teach four important components of great decision-making. This really is a practical lesson that you won't want to miss! For the application portion of the episode, Mark Cole and Chris Goede discuss a specific important decision they have recently wrestled through and how John's principles rang true through the decision-making process. They also discuss the importance of vision casting and why leaders need to create environments where it is safe for the people to fail. Our BONUS resource for this episode is the “DNA of Great Decision-Making Worksheet,” which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John's teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/Decision and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: How Successful People Think by John C. Maxwell Thinking for a Change by John C. Maxwell The John Maxwell Executive Leadership Podcast Better Decisions, Fewer Regrets by Andy Stanley ChangeYourWorld.com The John Maxwell Online Store
Thousands of teenagers in Auckland are going back to school next week for the first time in two months. The government has given the green light for schools in alert level three regions, currently Auckland and Waikato, to reopen classrooms to students in Years 11, 12 and 13 on Tuesday. It has also announced NCEA and Scholarship exams are going ahead in November, even in alert level 3 regions. Here's our education correspondent, John Gerritsen.
Doug thinks the Bills should have kicked a field goal towards the end of regulation in their loss to the Titans Monday night. He also thinks that if you are going to make the decision to go for it, that was the wrong play to choose. Sean McVay admitted that he regrets how he handled the trade for his former quarterback Jared Goff, and Doug thinks that is completely unnecessary. NBC Sports NFL Analyst Chris Simms joins Doug to talk about the top stories in the NFL heading into week 7. Plus, Doug reacts to the Skip Bayless predicting the Lakers will finish first in the West, but lose in the first round of the playoffs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the third hour with calls on the Patriots coaching staff, adjustments with the offense and Mac Jones, and whether it's time for Robert Kraft to clear house within the organization. (12:07) The guys touch on J.D. Martinez's bat during the playoffs, before diving into a conversation about head coaches who've survived the transition from a great QB. (23:38) We continue our conversation about head coaches that have survived great QBs leaving and then touch on the Bills decision last night to go for it on 4th down at the end of the game (33:25) The crew reacts to Josh McDaniels' comments about not challenging Bill Belichick's decision making.
This week, we're taking a trip through time and space and ending up in Brussels, as we tackle the sequel to a Jean-Claude Van Damme... classic? We take a look at the schlocky pleasures of the first film, examine how the ambitions of the direct-to-DVD sequel are hampered by its tiny budget, and try to pitch a fix without exploding in a shower of paradox goo. Sponsors: Plum: prf.hn/l/KX5pGOP Stamps.com: https://www.stamps.com/ and use code POD Audible: audibletrial.com/sequel Saturday 30th October 2021 live stream featuring Em from Verbal Diorama: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXH7Pqw4b…annel=Sequelisers Website: www.sequelisers.com/ Twitter: twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: www.instagram.com/sequelisers/ Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC4n0WYAzHA6kSOgbL2CO0nQ Music by Daniel Williams.
The UGASports recruiting staff breaks down the commitment of four-star offensive lineman Aliou Bah. Also, Blayne, Trent, and Jed discuss the visitors that were in Athens for the Kentucky game and discusses what they're hearing on upcoming decisions.
Why did Baker Mayfield have to be doing this now? Also, Pitt has the most hyped matchup in years on Saturday. A dive into all the dynamics at play here. While Yinz Were Sleepin': Red Sox bash the Astros + tight Bills-Titans game ends in controversial decision from Sean McDermott. Wrong Take or Strong Take? A couple of Steelers thoughts that have been floating around... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you feel like there's a disconnect between how people are relating to you and how you see your brand? Or do you believe your team is slightly ‘out of touch'? Bill can relate! He was recently working with a company where one of the leaders saw themselves a certain way, but the rest of the executive team saw themselves leading in a completely different way. How do you get on the same page? Bill loves to conduct leadership assessment interviews. This really gains insight into who you are as a leader and how other people within your organization see you. You can start off easy, like what your strengths are, before diving full force into the real meaty stuff. You will hear things that might sting. During this time, it's important to be graceful, and to try to take as much as you can in stride. Remember, you're trying to be a better leader! What's really powerful about this exercise is that you can hear where you're missing some expectations, and work quickly to resolve it. Resources: Scaling Up for Business Growth Workshop: Take the first step to mastering the Rockefeller Habits by attending one of our workshops. Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then head over to iTunes and leave a review. Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts. Scaling Up is the best-selling business growth book by Verne Harnish and our team of coaches. My name is Bill Gallagher, host of the Scaling Up Business Podcast and a leading coach. We help leadership teams with 4 Decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash, and the 5th Decision about what kind of leader you want to be. Our purpose is helping you Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth success.
Marshall Kellner about MLB's decision to pay for housing for their minor leaguers, on MLB's decision to house their minor leaguers, problems players encounter, the role host families play, levels of minor league ball and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today I want to talk to you about decision filters. When you are looking to reach your greatest desire you need tools in place to make it as easy as possible in order to set yourself up for success. Today I am talking about intention implementation questions and “if-then” filters which help you create new habits and accomplish your top goals. In This Episode: Deciding self care Dr. Benjamin Hardy Atomic Habits – James Clear Intention implementation Decision filter questions Creating new habits Achieving your greatest desire Link to full notes: https://michellebourquecoaching.com/ep-156-decision-filters/
On Episode 217 of MK, the guys recap Bellator 268 where Corey Anderson scored arguably the biggest win of his career and Vadim Nemkov dominated Anglickas. Also, Luke and Brian recap Aspen Ladd's lackluster loss to Norma Dumont (08:24) - Vadim Nemkov (15:35) - Corey Anderson (29:50) - Dumont's Decision over Ladd (46:00) - Andre Arlovski & Jim Miller's Wins (55:40) - Everything Else from the Weekend (63:00) - Dm's from Donks (76:00) - HYSTS Morning Kombat' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Bullhorn and wherever else you listen to podcasts. For more Combat Sports coverage subscribe here: youtube.com/MorningKombat Follow our hosts on Twitter: @BCampbellCBS, @lthomasnews, @MorningKombat For Morning Kombat gear visit:morning kombat.store Follow our hosts on Instagram: @BrianCampbell, @lukethomasnews, @MorningKombat To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/
For the past 17 years, "DreAllDay" (Dre Baldwin) has changed the lives of millions of entrepreneurs, athletes and business professionals, sold thousands of copies of his books, courses and programs, pioneered personal branding through content, and built a business that helps tens of thousands of people master their "Game" in business, sports and in life, from the inside-out. Dre joins Justin to discuss his new book “The Third Day: The Decision That Separates The Pros From The Amateurs.”
As the world opens up after COVID-19, what should we know about further vaccination; cholesterol studies in different age groups; digital health and how it helps health care.
After such a chaotic homecoming week, Maddie is excited to sit down and spill all the tea of what happened in the past week. From crying for 3 hours one night to making the impulsive decision to go to homecoming 3 hours before it started the next night, Maddie truly covers it all. Plus, she tells all of the positives and negatives of having a podcast. Enjoy the episode and thanks for listening! Don't forget to leave a rate/review and a voice message! Instagram: madison__hailey YouTube: Moments with Maddie Blog: momentswithmaddie.wixsite.com/blog --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/momentswithmaddie/message
We continued our discussion around the proposed new GAA championship structures on The Saturday Panel. This day next week the GAA Special Congress will sit when a decision will be made over Proposal B, or a continuation of the status quo. Former GAA President Nickey Brennan and Cork GAA CEO Kevin O'Donovan joined John Duggan.
Psalm 119:41–43,45,48, Jeremiah 32:37b–39a,40a,41, 1 Timothy 1:3–6a,12–16,18–19. In fact, over the last nearly half-century, I have discovered that faith *leads to* true freedom and love Love, faith and freedom are inextricably entwined
HOUR 1: Fitzy is in today with Merloni & Fauria. Game 1 of the ALCS, Sox at Astros, is finally here! Will the decision to start Chris Sale come back to bite the Sox? 10-15-21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
i might change my major again. probably. anyways, go watch the video my dudes. Watch the video here: linkYou can also use: linktr.ee/schizophreniapodEmail me: email@example.comLetterboxd: Noah Zambrano's profile • LetterboxdCheck out my music: https://linktr.ee/nowhyTopics include; university, changing majors more than once, changing majors, engineering, math, writing, business, law, La Croix, etc.
Jurgen Klopp in his press conference confirms both Alisson and Fabinho are unavailable for the Watford vs Liverpool match on Saturday. The Liverpool boss also gives an update on the fitness of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota, reveals Curtis Jones has come back from England U21s duty with an injury, and commented on the takeover of Newcastle United.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
When a liability decision cannot be determined between insurance companies, carriers often turn to arbitration to pursue the case further in Arbitration Forums. Filing arbitration is a cost effect and timely way to make a final and binding decision and recuperate a speedy recovery. But is the award always the end? Not necessarily. On this week's installment, Rebecca sits down with arbitration attorney, Ana Zgela, to discuss what exactly occurs when there is an error made by the arbitrator or the panel. They discuss how an appeal can be submitted or when a complete refile is necessary, as well as when a post decision inquiry (PDI) is the right way to address errors found in the award.
This week's ep is sick, dude. The Fun Friday Pod covers Fleabag not having a third season, why macro economics is a freaking joke , why exercise burns less calories than you think, and bikepacking. Follow me on Insta:@dannypalmernyc@thedannypalmershow Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thedannypalmershow)
In this episode, Birgit Pauli-Haack and Grzegorz Ziółkowski discuss WordPress 5.9 Go/No-Go Decision, Gutenberg Releases 11.6 and 11.7, and ongoing discussions about Themes and Styles for the Editor Music: Homer Gaines Editor: Sandy Reed Logo: Mark Uraine Production: Pauli Systems Show Notes / Transcript Subscribe to the Gutenberg Changelog podcast via your favorite podcast apps!
In a world that continues to make decisions for us, we've lost our ability to confidently make decisions for ourselves. Our indecisiveness is a direct cause for our anxieties, depression, and unmanageable levels of stress. And yet, every day, life presents us with a choice: stay on the current path or brave the possibilities of a new one. Kimberly sits down with Author Kristy Jean to discuss her new book, Decision Permission. Buy a copy
Looking for a Reformed Church in Orange County? Check out Santa Ana Reformed; informational meetings starting end of October 2021! Please help support the show on our Patreon Page! Member of the Society of Reformed Podcasters WELCOME TO BOOK CLUB! Alisa Childers is a wife, a mom, an author, a blogger, a speaker, and a worship leader. She was a member of the award-winning CCM recording group ZOEgirl. She is a popular speaker at apologetics and Christian worldview conferences, including reTHINK. Alisa has been published at The Gospel Coalition, The Christian Post, Crosswalk, The Stream, For Every Mom, and Decision magazine, and her blogpost "Girl, Wash Your Face? What Rachel Hollis Gets Right... and Wrong" received more than one million views. You can connect with Alisa online at alisachilders.com. We want to thank Tyndale House for help setting up this interview and providing us with the necessary materials to interview Alisa! Purchase the books here: Another Gospel? A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth in Response to Progressive Christianity Have Feedback or Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on Instagram: @guiltgracepod Follow us on Twitter: @guiltgracepod Please rate and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you use! Looking for a Reformed Church? North American Presbyterian & Reformed Churches --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gggpodcast/support
When our financial growth is going well it can create a false sense of overconfidence. You want to stay vigilant about protecting your financial plan. On today's episode, we are going to discuss places in our finances that we can be overconfident in. Even if the stock market has been great for the past 10 years, that's no indication of how it will look in the next 5 or ten years. Some of us have an ideal number we want to reach in order to retire, but this may cause a false sense of security and overconfidence. So, how should we prepare for these circumstances and protect our overall retirement plan? Get additional financial information: https://principalpreservationservices.com/ep-79-overconfidence-in-retirement-planning/ What we discuss: 0:44 – Pride cometh before the fall 1:53 – Mike goes to Greece 3:38 – The stock market 7:16 – 1 million dollars for retirement 9:11 – Rules of thumb 11:40 – Investment products 13:55 – Decision-making process 17:59 – Mailbag: Do I really need an emergency fund? 19:06 – Mailbag: My advisor doesn't reach out to me?
“Who will you allow to hold space in your mind? You are the only constant in your life. Everything else is a variable.” If you have been on the fence about partnering with a life coach, this is the episode for you. What do you look for? What should you steer clear of? Will you be pressured to make a decision right away? These are just some of the questions that I discuss with my friends, Danielle and Machele. As with any industry, there are coaches who are wonderful and amazing, and there are those who may not prioritize your results over their own. We will share some insights around what to look for when entering a coaching relationship so that you can be positioned to access the transformative experience that you deserve. Connect with Danielle: https://www.daniellenapoliocox.com/ Connect with Machele: https://www.lifeleapcoaching.com/ Connect with Sunny: https://sunnythelifecoach.com/ Intro/outro music: “Feeling Free” by Martin Riopel.
Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast, I am Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space, and we’re here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so that they can be more effective in their jobs. Today, I’m excited to have Tim Ohai from Workday join us. Tim. I would love for you to introduce yourself, your role in your organization to our audience. Tim Ohai: Hey, aloha everybody. This is Tim Ohai and I am a director at Workday. We provide cloud-based solutions in HR, and fins, and strategic sourcing, and employee engagement areas. I work specifically with our Salesforce globally around helping them figure out how to be better in the conversations and interactions they’re in. And we work heavily with not only the AEs, but the RSDs, the RVPs, and then cross-functionally with our pre-sales organization and value, etc. And I get to play in all those spaces. SS: I love that, Tim. And we’re so excited to have you here today. We’ve been connected for some time and on LinkedIn, you actually wrote an article earlier this year on the impact of poor decision-making. So I’d love to start there with our conversation. What are some of the factors that can drive poor decision-making for business leaders these days and how can poor decision-making impact the organization? TO: Wow. So, yeah, that’s a huge topic because I’ll lead off with this idea that the number one reason that businesses fail is poor decision-making. And you could take that down to initiatives and projects, etc. Decision-making is where you not only get off on the right foot, but you stay on the right foot all the way through to execution. The biggest problem I see is there’s often a lack of clarity of what success looks like and in that article you mentioned, I talk about goal clarity and role clarity, and they’re huge. Man, go back to the 1970s and then the eighties with GE when they were pushing really hard to be a number one or number two in their industries and one of the things that they drove, part of the secret of their success back then, was to make sure people had goal clarity and role clarity. The result is, if you make it really clear what success looks like and bring people into alignment so they all have the same goal, they’re all pursuing the same definition of success, it’s amazing how people naturally just clean up in their efforts. The same thing then comes right down with role clarity. If you know what the goal is, and everybody is doing their job and not undoing somebody else’s job or redoing somebody else’s job, it changes the entire execution. So all of those elements are contingent upon great decision-making. Unfortunately, A, we don’t provide that clarity so people wind up making their own information up as they go and that affects decision-making in the moment. And B, we have a tendency to inject a lot of bias in how we think, so if we don’t have that information, we don’t have that clarity, then you wind up seeing leaders actually stumble over each other. Well-intentioned, wonderful human beings are literally causing conflict in their own organizations and it’s really true. It’s really true in sales enablement. So when I think about how poor decision-making impacts an organization, I have to think about how great decision-making impacts an organization. That’s where I would say, what can you do as a sales enablement professional to both surface that idea, bring it into the discussion and say, okay, how can we make sure that we’ve got clarity? Because if you’re asking the question, what does success look like? You can go one step further and say, what’s the outcome you’re looking for? What are the metrics we’re going to apply? And what are the requirements you’re expecting as a sponsor of this initiative that we should all know? I’m amazed at how often those three questions get, well, I won't say blank stares, but you will get senior leaders and senior executives going, that’s a great question, I haven’t thought that through. So it cleans up dramatically, not only your alignment with your executive sponsor, but all of a sudden when that is stated and then shared, everybody starts moving in the same direction without even telling people they need to make better decisions, they’re going to. SS: I love that and I think that leads into the next question. I’d love some advice for our audience. What are some things that leaders, from your perspective, can do to make better, more impactful decisions? TO: Well, that whole definition of success conversation is critical, I start there. Actually, I’ll start with who’s the sponsor and what’s their definition of success? People often say it’s got to be better and I go, well, so that’s not very specific, walk me through the outcome that they’re really looking for and how we’re going to measure it. If people have that answer, fantastic, we aligned very quickly. If they don’t, then it becomes a door opener. Should we go talk to that person now and ask them directly? Or can you do that? It’s always better, of course, to go there with that person, but it’s not always possible. But when you get that clarity, one of the things I’ll ask is, especially if I’m talking to the leader directly, I’ll ask him or her I’ll say, “Hey, are you saying that if we achieve this outcome, we measure it this way, and we meet the requirements that you just stated, and I’ll list them out, you promise you won’t complain about anything else?” That last question it’s incredibly crystallizing because if a leader is spot-on then they go, “Nope,” and that’s exactly what I want. Fantastic, we’re ready to run. But if they have that intake of air, they go, “Oh let me think for a second,” it completely changes the entire dialogue and goes one click deeper and you really make sure you’re getting those spoken and unspoken things figured out. But the key here is that you're having that leader say something that they may have only said in their head. If you can really master that conversation, all the other things that are in your toolkit open up. If you take away that conversation, all the other tools in your toolkit become an extra weight to carry. SS: Now you alluded to data earlier in your response and you also wrote an article on how to make data meaningful. I’d love to learn from you, how can sales enablement leverage data to make better decisions and what is the impact of doing so? TO: Sure. So in that article, I talked about how a lot of times we over-rotate into our pipeline data and my experience, actually what we do at Workday and what we teach our leaders as an expectation, even we’re changing how we run our QBRs, lead with the people data first. Your people data are driving what you’re seeing on your pipeline data. So if you have great results, or you have horrible results, or you have in-between results, at least 80% of the time, that’s going to be driven by people's gaps or people's strengths. So when I talk about people data, I’m looking at the classic stuff like, do we even have people enrolled? So in some places, especially right now with a great resignation, there is a lot of open headcounts and at the same time, we’re calling it the great swap, because there are some people leaving, but there are people coming in. We have this nether space to fill, but at the same time, it’s going deeper. So people data for us is around the capabilities of the individual players, not just AEs, but also the sales leaders themselves. So we have two different frameworks and that people data tells us that if people struggle, for example with account planning, we have correlational data from our analysis that says, “Hey, that’s going to affect your win rate.” Or we have a gap in deal size, or we see some groups are doing better than others. We can go into the people data and see which capabilities are driving win rate and which capabilities are driving deal size and get very specific by market. We can then tie into how we do things with other leaders, like around recruiting or even promotion and saying, “You want to copy your best performers? Then use this people data to drive those sales results. From this, we’re literally seeing regions around the globe turn around their performance by leveraging people data before their pipe data and that's the game-changer. Unfortunately, if you only focus on pipe first and maybe people data comes later, or if people data comes at all, you want to play whack-a-mole. How do we increase our win rate? How do we get deals? How do we get better velocity? How do we get all of those different things, better presentation rates, et cetera? It’s just whack-a-mole and you’re going to constantly be chasing after KPI busting instead of actually driving a true revenue engine. SS: Absolutely. I love the whack-a-mole analogy. I was playing that with my son yesterday. TO: Hey folks, if you’re laughing at whack-a-mole or more important, or you’re living in whack-a-mole, trust me, we all are. SS: No, I love that. Now you mentioned this earlier and you also actually wrote an article on this, which we’ll share with our audience later, that when functions within an organization compete with each other, that time and resources are just completely wasted. So how can sales enablement gain internal alignment to kind of help increase that efficiency and maximize business impact across the organization by creating a sense of collaboration? TO: So that’s a huge topic, right? So let’s back up. We open with, how do we really drive a great business? With decision-making and one of the most important decisions you can make is how you prioritize. I go so far as to say, prioritization is the Achilles' heel of strategy. You can have a great strategy, I mean, a phenomenal strategy, and you can have really smart people, really highly collaborative inputs, but when it comes to execution if you don’t prioritize appropriately, what’s going to happen is either, A, everything is a priority therefore for nothing is, and or, B, resources will be used in the wrong way. So because you didn’t prioritize accordingly, you don’t have the resources you need when you’re in the middle of execution. That is what I’m talking about when I see functions competing with each other, whether it’s marketing and sales, or business development, or enablement, and field sales ops, and corporate sales ops and all these other groups because everybody is trying to help. Let’s just pause and recognize that nobody’s trying to break this thing. Everybody’s trying to help, but if we don’t prioritize together and really create a unified roadmap then we’re going to struggle to execute. That is when you start getting into how to get a much tighter, shorter list of focused objectives? Then we put everything we have behind the shorter, tighter list. That’s really the key here. SS: Absolutely. Now I want to close on a question, because from my perspective and I’d be willing to bet you agree with me Tim, I do believe that sales enablement is a significantly strategic arm of the business within any organization and in particular, I think that they are uniquely positioned to help the executive team set the strategy within the business. I want to kind of tie that back into the topic at hand. How, from your perspective, is enablement uniquely positioned to help executive leaders in their decision-making? As an enablement leader, what are some of your best practices for bringing insights to the leadership team to help inform their strategy? TO: Wow. So this could be its own podcast by itself. It’s really big. It’s a big thing because if you don't position yourself as a true business partner with your business leaders, you’re going to lose your credibility and credibility is our currency. It’s true in sales and it’s very true in enablement. If you don’t have credibility, you’ve got no resources, so to speak, to be able to leverage when it comes to making a difference in the business. I want to be very clear on what I say, so I’ve got three points for this question. The first one is, start with understanding is the request from the business or the need for the business to transform or optimize? Because if you’re putting a lot of your time and energy behind optimizing things, when the real need is to transform, you’re going to lose your credibility. Then you’ll be given what I’ll call the tactical projects and everybody’s got onboarding, we all get that, but you may be just onboarding. That may be all you get to do because just make it better, just fix it, just to keep it going. If you really need to understand how to position yourself differently, that is a whole other discussion. But, start with understanding is the need to transform or is the need to optimize? Transformation, I always challenge or I press and lean in on the conversation, so I'll go, “So how much disruption are you asking me to generate? Because if you’re not going to give me permission to disrupt, I cannot transform. Or if you want me to optimize, then I get the goal of optimization is to minimize or reduce disruption,” and have that discussion as well. That’s first and foremost because that sets your strategy and unfortunately, sometimes you get in a case where you get transformation overload. Everything has changed and you just need to stop and pause and say, “Look, leaders, stakeholders, everyone. Let’s calm down for a minute. Let’s pull the firehose back. Can we go spend some time, maybe a quarter, maybe a year on just reinforcing what we’ve already transformed and just optimize it? One of our leaders talks about extra coats of paint. Can we just get extra coats of paints on this thing and even just give it time to dry? If you do that, just by that alone, you’re going to position yourself as a huge business advisor to the leaders that you’re serving. Secondly then, is to focus on manager enablement. The number one enablement you can give any AE is a great manager and that is beyond salespeople. Invest in leadership development and invest in manager enablement. The way I kind of test how we’re doing overall as an industry is, how many individual seller podcasts are out there versus how many sales leader podcasts are out there? There are a few really good ones. One of my favorites I’ll give a shout-out to is Mike Weinberg, just as a person, he gets this, but generally speaking, there is a constant appetite for leaders to find stuff and they have to often go outside of sales leadership and get into generic leadership, where there is a gap in how we provide manager enablement. But, if you can be that gap, if you could bring in your own leaders, do your own internal podcasts, that’d be huge. But it’s beyond podcasts, it’s really about getting involved and helping people grow and develop into the best version of themselves as a senior leader and not as an individual contributor. Lastly, that gets right into this third point of are you trying to fix the system, or are you trying to fix the function? Not everybody has this mandate though, so I want to be careful here with this last one because this is a little bit of playing with fire. But, our reality is that our customers need us to show up in the most coordinated way possible and that means we need to think like systems thinkers, not just function thinkers. It’s not just about helping sales, it’s about helping the sales experience and more importantly, that customer experience and designing backward. I love the way that we’re starting to talk now about the customer journey and that broader, bigger perspective of how do we design backward from that customer’s experience, from the very beginning and all the way through to renewal? We need to be thinking around that whole system because it’s the content, it’s the technology and tools, it’s the behaviors, and it’s the coordination of all those things that come together. If you really, really, really want to change your game as an enablement pro, go there. SS: I love that, Tim. Thank you so much for taking the time out to join our podcast and provide this advice to our audience. I really appreciate the time, Tim. Thank you. TO: My genuine pleasure. SS: To our audience, thanks for listening. For more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesenablement.pro. If there's something you'd like to share or a topic you'd like to learn more about, please let us know. We'd love to hear from you.
Everything you want to manifest starts with making a decision!Within this solo episode, Emyrald shares with us the power in making a decision including a few personal and client examples of how quickly things manifest once you make a decision! So if you want to call in what you desire and learn why it's important to get crystal clear on what you want and then let go, listen to this episode! Mentioned in the Episode:> https://emyraldsinclaire.com/manifestmoneywithemyrald/ (Money Manifesting October Special)> email@example.com (Tulum Intensives! Reach out for more info)> https://bit.ly/destinationsoulmate (Destination Soulmate!)> https://emyraldsinclaire.com/apply/ (Work Together Privately!)> https://emyraldsinclaire.com/singletosoulmate/ (Single to Soulmate!)Connect with Emyrald:www.facebook.com/groups/manifestyoursoulmatewww.instagram.com/manifestwithemyraldwww.emyraldsinclaire.com
This episode contains descriptions of violence and a suicide attempt.When the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August, our producer started making calls. With the help of colleagues, she contacted women in different cities and towns to find out how their lives had changed and what they were experiencing.Then she heard from N, whose identity has been concealed for her safety.This is the story of how one 18-year-old woman's life has been transformed under Taliban rule.Guest: Lynsea Garrison, a senior international producer for The Daily, spoke with N, a young woman whose life changed drastically after the fall of Kabul.Love listening to New York Times podcasts? Help us test a new audio product in beta and give us your thoughts to shape what it becomes. Visit nytimes.com/audio to join the beta.Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: “When we think about our future, we can't see anything.” This is what some Afghan girls said when they were asked about life under the Taliban.Four Afghan women who sought refuge in the United States talk about their lives now and everything they gave up.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay check in with instant reactions to some breaking news that's got the people a-buzzing. Now-former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden steps down after offensive emails see the light of day (5:25), Nicki Minaj defends Jesy Nelson and the art of ‘blackfishing' (29:59), and Kyrie Irving gets an unvaccination vacation (38:04). Plus, Superman comes out and the homophobes go bananas (44:29). Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Producers: Trudy Joseph and Donnie Beacham Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week's episode of JetNation Radio, Glenn and Dylan discuss the team's week 5 27-20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons as the offense came out sputtering once again with Zach Wilson missing on several opportunities to make big plays. What's the problem with Wilson and how did the O-line look? We'll also grade Gang Green's rookies after first quater (+1) of the season and what the Jets can do to improve over the bye week. JetNation Radio would like to thank our sponsor MILE Social. For help managing all of the social media needs for your business, contact Mile social at milesocial.com.
Those who have chosen to be vaccinated and those who have not fall often fall along a political divide. Wake Forest philosophy professor Adrian Bardon joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why distrust of science is part of cultural identity, and why that's a problem for furthering the goals of public health. His article in The Conversation is headlined “Political orientation predicts science denial – here's what that means for getting Americans vaccinated against COVID-19.”
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Are you trying to figure out what your brand promise is? Do you feel like your statement is too generic? It just doesn't click with the team? Bill's got a tip for you! If you feel like your brand promise looks and feels like everyone else's, your biggest step is to go out there and talk with your customers. Don't just talk to anybody, talk to those core customers that light your day up and that amplify who you want to work with. Ask these customers who they think you are. What can they rely on you for? What's different about you? Really tap into their head to get the full landscape of what makes you stand out. From there, you can see some similarities peeking out that your other competitors do not have. Use their insights and distill it down to three brand promises, and from there, pick the one that's the most important to you and your mission. Resources: Scaling Up for Business Growth Workshop: Take the first step to mastering the Rockefeller Habits by attending one of our workshops. Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then head over to iTunes and leave a review. Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts. Scaling Up is the best-selling business growth book by Verne Harnish and our team of coaches. My name is Bill Gallagher, host of the Scaling Up Business Podcast and a leading coach. We help leadership teams with 4 Decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash, and the 5th Decision about what kind of leader you want to be. Our purpose is helping you Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth success.
When do we allow ourselves to process our emotions and when do we try to create feelings that will drive the decisions we make? I answer that inside today's episode. Join us inside Elevate with Afton Porter here --------> https://www.styleguidesociety.com/elevate
The Outlaw John Rocha welcomes fellow Geek Buddy and avid Ted Lasso fan Shannon McClung to review Episode 12 of Season 2 titled "Inverting the Pyramid of Success". The hit series from Apple TV+ stars Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Brett Goldstein, Phil Dunster, Nick Mohammed, Cristo Fernandez, and special guest Sam Richardson. The series is created by Bill Lawrence, Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt. Richmond gets their final chance to win promotion as Ted deals with the fallout of Trent Crimm's painfully honest exposé. Chapters: 0:00 Introduction and Overall Thoughts 4:58 Ted Lasso Confronts the Mental Health Reveal 15:16 Roy and Keeley Test Their Relationship 24:16 Sam Makes A Decision to Stay at Richmond 36:44 NATE QUITS RICHMOND TO TAKE WEST HAM JOB 48:43 Final Thoughts, Wrap UP and Social Media PLugs #TedLasso #AppleTV #Review #JasonSudeikis #HannahWaddingham #BrendanHunt #BrettGoldstein #JunoTemple #BillLawrence #TVReview #AFCRichmond Join The Outlaw's Patreon at: https://patreon.com/JohnRocha Follow The Outlaw John Rocha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays Follow The Outlaw John Rocha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therochasays/ Follow Shannon McClung on Twiiter: https://twitter.com/Shannon_McClung Follow Shannon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannonthegeekbuddy/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-outlaw-nation-network/support
Political powerhouse Jody Della Barba and Philadelphia attorney George Bochetto rejoin the Dom Giordano Program for another update on the Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia. Ever since riots that took place in the city last summer, the statue has been covered by a plywood box in an effort by Mayor Kenney to not offend those who are offended by what the statue allegedly represents. After a long legal battle, a judge determined last week that the plywood box was unnecessary, and the city should replace the box with a clear display case. Mayor Kenney refused the order, instead arguing that, due to public safety, it's smarter for the city to keep the statue hidden. Bochetto and Della Barba take us inside the situation, and tell us what they hope to do to continue the fight to free the statue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Boston Celtics won their second straight preseason game and the passing from Jayson Tatum and Marcus Smart was a huge reason for it. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal gets into why their passing was so important, the games from Romeo Langford and Grant Williams and why they could play huge roles, and the very obvious minutes crunch that will be Ime Udoka's biggest challenge this season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The calzones may have betrayed you, but we won't, as God is our witness! Join us as we dive into wedding traditions (spoiler alert, many of them were created to ward off evil spirits), Team Aniston, and much more!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/parksandrewatch)