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In today's episode of Ritter On Real Estate, we interview Douglass Lodmell. Douglass is a Managing Partner of Lodmell & Lodmell, P.C., one of the nation's leading Asset Protection Law Firms. Today, Douglass' law firm is responsible for protecting over $4 Billion in client assets. Douglass spends much of his time teaching, speaking, and leading thousands of business owners, corporate executives, investors and other professionals who have often worked most of their lives to accumulate wealth of various types, including real estate and securities. Douglass is also the author of the book The Lawsuit Lottery: The Hijacking of Justice in America.Key Points From The Episode: -Douglass' start in risk management on Wallstreet. Then working in the legal system.-Understanding the meaning of risk. -The amazing returns associated with real estate investing.-Asset protection and lawsuits. How they impact each other.-The three levels of asset protection.-The importance of protecting your personal name.-How much protection do LLCs actually provide?-Asset protection trusts and holding companies. Books mentioned:W. Edward Deming's Total Quality Management
The mental side of the game is a skill and can be learned and practiced just like any other aspect of softball, soccer, volleyball, or any other competitive sport. Coach Jennifer Siess Gansner believes that when we define our experience, we can know it, name it, own it, and change it. As the founder of Mine to Define coaching, Coach Jen helps competitive, athletic girls take charge of their performance, break down defining moments, create personalized strategies, and level up to win at sports and in life. Connect with Coach Jen: Website: www.minetodefine.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachJenMTD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachjenmtd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachJenMTD *** Episode Sponsor: Iris Digital Media Group Iris Digital Media Group helps world changers turn their mission and message into impact through strategic messaging, content marketing, and visibility strategies. If you have a big idea to get out into the world, Iris Digital Media is the partner you need. Contact us to learn more about how we help small businesses connect with prospects through pop-up podcasts, social media content, and email marketing. ****** Connect with Podcast Host, Kim Peek: Kim's website: www.crushingmygoals.com Kim's Instagram Power of Run Facebook Contact Kim at CoachKim@ThePowerofRun.com
Eric Makelky is the Pinedale Middle School principal in Pinedale, WY. He earned a Bachelors and Master's degree from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT. Eric has worked as a middle school language arts and social studies teacher, football, wrestling, and track coach, 6–12 instructional facilitator, middle school assistant principal, and Skyline Academy (alternative high school) principal. Mastermind made a huge difference - Join us. Your book was based on my beliefs Three yearly goals: Target was always moving What can we do every year, year after year? Every student who walks in the school can identify by name one trusted adult. Beat state average at reading and math growth Demonstrate beliefs behaviors and outcomes that create our school culture. Greeting kids by name and in the hall. What do you do with those kids that have negative experiences their whole school careers? Sticker chart was dumb. Staff love connecting with students. Strategies for school culture. Define the culture that you want in your school. The outcomes we want are driven by our behaviors, and our behaviors are driven by our beliefs. Anybody can make a poster, but making it happen is where it gets fun. You have to call out the behaviors that I ask for help, I give help, I care, listen, and communicate. Want people to know the culture before they apply. Keeping things simple. Common language. Staff appreciation/recognition I feel too appreciated - said no one ever You've got to help me give staff recognition and appreciation. Why teachers don't get recognition awards. Nominate your teachers for awards. Have a way to recognize when people do something great. Trophy. Saul the saber-tooth tiger Growth mindset, stand up and own it, power of the team. How to be a transformative principal? Join the mastermind! Helps grow my confidence. Sponsors InControl SEL for Middle School In Control created an effortless social and emotional, character development video curriculum for your students that's ZERO-TEACHER-PREP AND it's so cool looking- it feels like a Youtube or Netflix Series- and that's purposeful, they meet students right where they're at. The videos are 5–6 minutes, kids love them, teachers love them, and you will too. There's no guesswork in the program because there's a 21-video progression for each grade level. They've thought of everything– because it's a group of award winning counselors, teachers, and principals that came up with this thing. It'll help you save tons of time and headaches. Take it from me, it's time to check that social-emotional learning box, the empty one that's been keeping you up at night–and it's time to do it in a meaningful, measurable, magnetic way. If you go to www.InControlSEL.com/jethro you can check out some of the videos and even receive 20% off if you pre-order for next school year John Catt Today's Transformative Principal sponsor, John Catt Educational, amplifies world-class voices on timeless topics, with a list of authors recognized globally for their fresh perspectives and proven strategies to drive success in modern schools and classrooms. John Catt's mission is to support high-quality teaching and learning by ensuring every educator has access to professional development materials that are research-based, practical, and focused on the key topics proven essential in today's and tomorrow's schools. Learn more about professional development publications that are easy to implement for your entire faculty, and are both quickly digestible and rigorous, by visiting https://us.johncattbookshop.com/. Learn more about some of the newest titles: - The Coach's Guide to Teaching by Doug Lemov The Feedback Pendulum: A manifesto for enhancing feedback in education by Michael Chiles Putting Staff First: A blueprint for revitalising our schools by John Tomsett and Jonny Uttley 10 Things Schools Get Wrong (And How We Can Get Them Right) by Jared Cooney Horvath and David Bott Let's Talk About Flex: Flipping the flexible working narrative for education by Emma Turner A Parent's Guide to Powerful Teaching by Patrice Bain John Catt is also proud publisher of the new book from Transformative Principal host Jethro Jones: SchoolX: How principals can design a transformative school experience for students, teachers, parents – and themselves Visit this page to learn more about bulk orders and how to bring John Catt's research-based materials to your school: https://us.johncattbookshop.com/pages/agents-and-distributors
You must know where you're going before you can actually get there. That statement is true with a road trip and it is also true with your podcast. When you set out to record a show, you must have an episode goal in mind. Once you've determined what you hope to accomplish, you can then decide how you will make it happen. BOOTCAMP Before we jump into it, I want to invite you to a powerful event I am holding where I will help you grow your audience to monetize your podcast. We actually get stuff done in this day-long bootcamp. So many times, we go to webinars hoping to learn something only to find out it is full of fluff. We might walk away with one or two ideas after an hour. But it is usually superficial stuff. You now have a chance to join me for a 7-hour Podcast Profits Bootcamp where I will walk you through the entire process to grow your audience so you can monetize your podcast. During this event, we will build your audience growth strategy that is perfect for you. This isn't one size fits all. It is specific to your podcast. You can enroll at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/bootcamp. You will get a workbook that will help you stay on track as we develop your strategy. During the bootcamp, we walk through the workbook step-by-step. HOW IT WORKS We will start with your foundation to ensure you are building on solid ground. Then, we will get clear on your ideal target listener, so you know where to find them. Finally, we will learn how to get in front of those potential listeners and invite them to your show. Many people think social media and their email is enough to grow their show. That is only scratching the surface. I'll show you a better way to grow your downloads during the Podcast Profits Bootcamp. I won't just show you, we will build it together. We will discuss the various ways you can attract listeners, and we will pick the strategy that is right for you. Finally, you will have plenty of time to ask me questions to refine your strategy. This is so much more than a webinar or workshop. It is a bootcamp where we will actually get things done. Where most webinars last an hour, this is an all day event. REGISTER Registration for the Podcast Profits Bootcamp is $197 for this 7-hour bootcamp and your workbook. More importantly, you walk away with your audience growth strategy for your show. At our last bootcamp, we had podcasters get great success building their strategy. Rick told me, "The event was truly practical and well done, offering information in a digestible way that fortifies the knowledge base of beginners and pros alike." Right now, you can enroll for $197. Enroll now and secure your spot. If you want the step-by-step process to grow your audience, you can enroll at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/bootcamp. If you are ready to build your podcast audience growth strategy, the Podcast Profits Bootcamp is for you. You've spent enough time attending empty webinars and trying to figure out social media. Now is the time to build a real strategy. Let's sweeten the deal for you a little more. If you enroll in the Podcast Profits Bootcamp, you will also get a bonus prep call to get you ready for the event. This is where we help you gather all of the information and ideas you'll need before the bootcamp begins. Let's get you registered for the Podcast Profits Bootcamp. Jump in right now at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/bootcamp. THE GOAL Let's talk about the goal of your episode. Once you've determined what you hope to accomplish on the episode, you can only then decide how you will make it happen. So many podcasters seem to record their show less than fully prepared. I hear hosts often search for details that should be right at their fingertips. There is no reason to lack the proper information while you are doing your show. If you've fully prepared for your podcast, the information should be right in front of you. Overall, what do you hope to accomplish with this particular episode? Define the action you hope to make your listeners take. Here, you are defining the ultimate purpose of this specific episode. The purpose of this episode may be more focused than the overall goal for the podcast as a whole. If the general goal for your podcast is to teach people how to coach lacrosse, the goal of this episode might be to discuss the power of Double-Goal Coaching. The goal today is a subset of the goal for the podcast overall. Your call-to-action of your show could be one of many things. You might want your listener to visit your website, download your lead magnet, or buy your product. The call-to-action could encourage your listener to support your cause, sign up for your webinar or simply listen again. Know what you hope to accomplish before you begin the journey. CONTENT FILTER Knowing the goal for your show will help you develop a filter for your subject matter and topics. When each topic passes through this goal filter, you will be able to determine what content to include on each episode. Does the content support the goal? Your show filter helps keep the show focused. You cannot build your filter until you first know the goal of your show. Let's take the "School of Podcasting" podcast with Dave Jackson for example. He is focused on helping people launch podcasts. Dave wants to help as many people as possible get up and running with their own show. Therefore, everything Dave does on his show is centered around that goal. His content goes through that show filter. Dave also reviews podcasts. However, reviewing shows isn't part of launching shows. Dave has a completely separate podcast called the "Podcast Review Show" which I host with him. Where "School of Podcasting" is focused on launching, "Podcast Review Show" is focused on improving. Both shows have their own unique filter for the content. The goal you develop for your show will build a focus for your podcast. When your show has focus, people know what to expect. Consistency is developed with your content. You also build confidence to fight Impostor Syndrome when you consistently reach that goal each and every show. Know where you are going before you actually begin the trip. Your first step in creating your podcast should always be defining the goal for your episode. PREPARE Now that you have a goal, prepare for your episode. Before you begin to record your show, you should spend just as much time preparing for the show as you do recording it. This is very similar to mapping out a trip. You not only need to know where you are going, you need to know how to get there. Many hosts will have an idea of which topics they hope to address on the show. They may have a few e-mail questions to answer or a current event to discuss. That is where most quit. They think, "Well, I have our ideas. Let's do this." The podcaster then begin recording. This is a big mistake. You must plan what you hope to do with each topic. How do you hope to answer the questions? What will your opinion be on the current event? Most importantly, how will you present it to your listener? All of this goes into your show prep. Let's say you plan to answer an e-mail question, because you think it is a good question However, you do not plan out your answer. You will wade through the answer. It will take you much more time to answer the question than is necessary. Your content will lose momentum. You are either moving forward or backward. Your listener will become easily bored. When you stumble your way through your answer unprepared, your listener will wonder if you actually know where you are going. Before you open the mic, plan out your show. Jot down some notes. Write down the few important points you need to mention as you're answering the question. Then, make sure you stick to your plan. PREP EXAMPLE Dan Miller does a wonderful job of this on his podcast "48 Days to The Work You Love". He knows exactly which questions he wants to answer in his show. Dan knows exactly how he wants to answer each question. He also has a few solid examples for each answer. By preparing, Dan is also able to tease the questions coming in the episode. He creates intrigue and keeps his listeners around for the payoff. Give your show more momentum and energy by having a plan. It will happen when you prepare for your show. GROW YOUR AUDIENCE My next Podcast Profits Bootcamp is coming up on Saturday, December 11th. Registration for the Podcast Profits Bootcamp is $197 for this 7-hour bootcamp and your workbook. More importantly, you walk away with your audience growth strategy for your show. At our last bootcamp, we had podcasters get great success building their strategy. Rick told me, "The event was truly practical and well done, offering information in a digestible way that fortifies the knowledge base of beginners and pros alike." Right now, you can enroll for $197. Enroll now and secure your spot. If you want the step-by-step process to grow your audience, you can enroll at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/bootcamp. If you are ready to build your podcast audience growth strategy, the Podcast Profits Bootcamp is for you. You've spent enough time attending empty webinars and trying to figure out social media. Now is the time to build a real strategy. Let's sweeten the deal for you a little more. If you enroll in the Podcast Profits Bootcamp, you will also get a bonus prep call to get you ready for the event. This is where we help you gather all of the information and ideas you'll need before the bootcamp begins. Let's get you registered for the Podcast Profits Bootcamp. Jump in right now at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/bootcamp.
Renegade Marketing: 12 Steps to Building Unbeatable B2B Brands by Drew Neisser About the Book: Marketing has become ridiculously complicated, but yours doesn't have to be. With decades of hands-on experience, expert strategist and writer Drew Neisser has witnessed the dramatic evolution of business-to-business marketing. Working alongside giant brands like IBM, as well as start-ups and midsize companies, and interviewing over four hundred top practitioners, Neisser uncovered the top four characteristics that all successful marketers have in common: they are Courageous, Artful, Thoughtful, and Scientific (CATS). These four characteristics form the basis for the framework in Renegade Marketing. Over the years, Neisser created a twelve-step formula to radically simplify B2B marketing and build an unbeatable brand. In his book, he shares the stories of marketing CATS as he gives you the tools to: Walk through a highly refined discovery process that culminates in finding your brand's purpose Define your company's purpose in eight words or fewer Build team support for new marketing initiatives while establishing your unique brand story, voice, and design Assemble effective marketing plans that engage employees, inspire customers, and attract new business Drive perpetual growth by creating a culture with metrics, marketing technology, and experimentation About the Author: Drew Neisser is the founder of Renegade, a strategic boutique for B2B innovators, and CMO Huddles, a membership organization exclusively for B2B CMOs. He's also the host of Renegade Thinkers Unite. Ranked among the top B2B influencers, Drew has been a featured marketing expert on ABC News, CNBC, CBS Radio, and Tony Robbins's podcast, among many others. Besides his long-running Ad Age magazine column, he's contributed articles to FastCompany, Forbes, MediaPost, and CMO.com. Drew's first book, The CMO's Periodic Table: A Renegade's Guide to Marketing, published in 2015, features interviews with sixty-four marketing leaders at top brands, including American Express, Dow, IBM, and SAP. Drew started his advertising career at Wells Rich Greene, and later moved to J. Walter Thompson, and Chiat/Day, and then founded the agency that became Renegade in 1993. And, interesting fact – he's obsessed with (and a bit of an expert) on American founding father Benjamin Franklin! Click here for this episode's website page with the links mentioned during the interview... https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/renegade-marketing-drew-neisser
Arizona vs. Arizona State. Wildcats vs. Sun Devils. Tucson vs. Tempe. Wilbur vs. Sparky. Jedd Fisch vs. Herm Edwards. The most intense rivalry in Arizona will be on display Saturday afternoon, when the UA visits ASU in the regular-season finale. Will the game be a repeat of the 70-7 drubbing from last season? Or are the Wildcats capable of mustering up the effort to win? The Star's Justin Spears, Michael Lev and Alec White break it all down; plus, a look at this week's Pac-12 football slate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charactercast is back with a deep dive into faces new and old from the first two episodes of the Hawkeye series! Is Clint Barton dealing with his trauma or hiding from it? Is Kate Bishop in the hero game for the right reasons? What's Jack Duquesne really up to? And is Kate's mom a heckuva lot more sinister than she appears? These may seem like unrelated questions, but two threads tie them together: parenting and privilege. We explain it all on the latest release from the Marvelous TV Club, starring Kristine Kippins, Jesse Taylor, and Marc Faletti.
In today's podcast episode, Bonnie is joined by her past client Kerry who shares how she escaped an exhaustive life-long weight loss journey that began when she was 8-year-old. In today's episode Bonnie & Kerry talk about: How diet culture habits can sneakily be disordered eating habits. Why it's important to break free of the scale How to honor your hunger & fullness cues & manage cravings. How to enjoy food again! How to create a healthier relationship with movement. Have questions you'd like Bonnie to answer on the podcast? Send them to email@example.com Ready to eat without guilt? Apply to group coaching here. Enjoy the podcast? Leave an honest rating & review on Apple podcasts here.
This special edition episode is a compilation of 13 special guests from Season 2 answering the question, “how do you define family?” This compilation is pulled from informative interviews with a range of everyday friends, family, neighbors, and experts sharing their own journey to define and create a family. This episode features Emily Westerfield, Drunk Aunt Overseas, Carmela, Laney, Jorge, Jenna Guadagni, Caroline, Dara Kurtz, Ambi Kavanagh, Ali Vander Baan, Tom Webb, Kelly Fay and Ashe Hornsby. In this episode: [00:18] Emily Westerfield [00:48] Drunk Aunt Overseas [01:42] Carmela [02:23] Laney [03:49] Jorge [04:08] Jenna Guadagni [05:17] Caroline [06:00] Dara Kurtz [07:14] Ambi Kavanagh [07:25] Ali Vander Baan [08:33] Tom Webb [09:00] Kelly Fay [09:17] Ashe Hornsby www.storkdpodcast.com Quotes "Family is where life begins and love should never end." - Jorge The thing I can say is it's just love and connection. I mean, that's what family is to me. It's just that unconditional love and it's really that commitment and that connection. - Ambi Kavanagh I've always called my friends “Framily”. So we're like friends and family put together. I think family is what you make it and it doesn't need to be blood. It just needs to be connection. - Ashe Hornsby
Back when we had physical bookstores I'd frequent them. And spend lots of time prowling the aisles. When I hit my 4th decade as a human I began to notice books about people who didn't achieve their greatest success while they were young. It was likely prompted by my realization that I was no longer young. It made me wonder if I had achieved my greatest success already. Or if the best was yet to come. I'm still waiting to find the answer. As the saying goes, "Time will tell." Problem is, time is running out so I have to figure this out really quickly. Some folks think it's best to peak, then walk away. Or come to the end. To peak just before it's over. The problem with that is reduced time to enjoy the peak. Or the experience of the peak. But what is the peak anyway? Where is it? Would you know it if you even saw it? Not likely. Because no matter how high you climb, there's always someplace higher. At some point I jotted down a phrase in a notebook, "late-life lucky." Eventually, I registered that domain. You can buy it if you want 'cause I doubt I'll do anything with it. Buy it today for just $1,100. It'll help me fund my current ideal outcome - to get a place over in Arkansas. No, it won't help me a tremendous amount, but every little bit counts when you're getting late in life and still searching for luck. ;) Through the years I've dipped my toes into periods of study, reading, and pondering the randomness of things. Things like serendipity, timing, happy (or unhappy) accidents, and random chance. Ecclesiastes 9:11 "I returned and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favor to men of skill; but time and chance happeneth to them all." God granted Solomon his desire to have wisdom. Coupled with divine inspiration, Solomon delivered some powerful insights about life. Truth. "...but time and chance happeneth to them all." Some have told me, "I don't believe in luck." To which I ask, "Define 'luck.'" Then the conversation suddenly gets very quiet. Or defensive. I've noticed there are two primary ways people tend to view luck. One is, "I don't have any good luck. I'm unlucky." The other is, "Luck had nothing to do with it. I worked hard." Scientific American published a blog post in 2018 entitled, The Role of Luck in Life Success Is Far Greater Than We Realized. By the way, there are millions of Google results on website articles about luck and why successful people don't acknowledge the role luck plays. If you're bored and need a hole to dive down into sometimes, it's a pretty good one. ;) Luck plays a much bigger role than we admit because - well, we'd prefer to think our brilliance is mostly to blame - not randomness or something other than what we control. That Scientific American article contains these bullet points to illustrate the point that sheer talent and other personal traits aren't the only influencers on success: About half of the differences in income across people worldwide is explained by their country of residence and by the income distribution within that country Scientific impact is randomly distributed, with high productivity alone having a limited effect on the likelihood of high-impact work in a scientific career The chance of becoming a CEO is influenced by your name or month of birth The number of CEOs born in June and July is much smaller than the number of CEOs born in other months Those with last names earlier in the alphabet are more likely to receive tenure at top departments The display of middle initials increases positive evaluations of people's intellectual capacities and achievements People with easy to pronounce names are judged more positively than those with difficult-to-pronounce names Females with masculine-sounding names are more successful in legal careers.
I connect with Michael Cox from Zagworx and TheSalesRecruiter.com. In my book, he is one of the best humans, serving others as a recruiter - doing business the right way. We cover failures, self-doubt and fear - defining fearless along the way, and the book Beyond Band of Brothers. He takes me through leaving the security of working for Xerox, starting his own recruiting firm during the pandemic, then 8 months of no business, and how helping others - truly with honesty - pays off. Then, his wife is diagnosed with cancer.He teaches me about askholes, push/pull factors, exposure therapy, no ay de otra (there is no other) and the mantra that "things that don't define you, shouldn't shake you."The episode concludes with a new track from Claire Beeler: Mothman. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Today's meditation explores the difference between behaviour and personality. When we understand the difference, we can offer ourselves and the people around us fairness and justice, even in the face of our lowest acts. Your morning mantra: Behaviours don't define us. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Embark on an audible adventure with Daniel Finton, Alfie Culshaw and Rob Worthington as they analyse all of the latest news regarding Arsenal. This week, WLYA Chief Editor Alfie hosts with Daniel absent and he is joined exclusively by Rob in an all English ACP special. Arsenal's brutal defeat at Anfield is at the centre of discussion, looking at the positives of the first half, the way in which things unravelled in the second half, whilst also contextualising the defeat with regards to our overall season.
This is one of those podcast episodes to which show notes don't do justice. I will say this, Barry Kelly, co-founder and CEO of Thought Industries and Rob Castaneda, founder and CEO of ServiceRocket, come on the pod to talk about the future of customer education, the constantly changing software learning landscape, and why their two companies came together to take this market trend head on. More about the Thought Industries / ServiceRocket Partnership:The announcement: https://www.thoughtindustries.com/blog/thought-industries-and-servicerocket-partner-to-grow-market-for-customer-learning-software-and-services/About the relationship: https://www.thoughtindustries.com/blog/qa-with-thought-industries-and-servicerocket-sharing-expertise-for-customer-success/Advancing customer education: https://www.servicerocket.com/post/servicerocket-partners-with-thought-industries-to-advance-customer-education Subscribe at helpingsells.substack.com
Dr. Kelly Henry is a chiropractor who grew his clinics into one of the top producing chiropractic offices in the nation. Dr. Kelly is also the author of Define and Deliver Exceptional Customer Service. Today, we're going to discuss how great customer service can help grow our businesses. Read more at: https://monetizationnation.com/blog/why-customer-service-is-important/
What does it mean to meet the expectations of your job? What does it mean to be exceptional at your job? Do you, your organization, and your people all define those the same way?Send us a message on Community! (213) 444-5381The first 10 people will get a link to download Lorenzo's book "Vision, Clarity, Support" for free. https://link.chtbl.com/workcheck?sid=podcast.hackingyourleadership#HackingYourLeadership #StarkEngagementConsulting #LifeOfLozo #BeABetterLeaderYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/HackingYourLeadershipPodcast/featuredPatreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=22174142#Leadership #HackingYourLeadership #StarkEngagementConsulting #LifeOfLozolozo@firstname.lastname@example.org
Today's episode is a classic segment from GaryVeeTV! Too many of us are letting other peoples judgment stop us from doing what we feel is right for us. Stop succumbing to the outside voices that are telling you to stay in your lane. Break out and do what is right for you. Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Checkout my new co-hosted podcast with DraftKing's founder--Matt Kalish on all things sports, business, and alternative investing: https://linktr.ee/propsanddropspod
As single parents, we have all encountered struggle. Some have had a spouse leave, some have experienced the unexpected death of our spouse, and some of us have been so surprised to be faced with the enormous weight of being pregnant and having a child with no partner. In every case that brings us to this 'Solo Parent Table', where we all can say we have struggled - alone. Sometimes that struggle seems to define us in ways that are not healthy. ‘I am not enough' and ‘I am just damaged goods' are messages that reverberate in our heads. As a result, many of us feel lost and lose hope, even though we have faith in the God who redeems all things. The beautiful thing is that in the midst of some of the most challenging struggles, God not only redeems, but He refines us and can actually define our sense of worth, BECAUSE of the struggle. Darren Tyler is someone who, day to day, encounters people in serious struggle. He is a 20 year veteran in the music and entertainment industry who walked away from that career to become a Pastor. While he was working with some of Christian music's most prominent artists in 2010, he laid that aside to give his full attention to Conduit Mission, a non-profit dedicated to releasing people from extreme poverty and slavery. He is also lead pastor to an incredible, fast-growing church in the Nashville area called Conduit Church. For the detailed show notes, tips and links at SoloParentSociety.com To receive a free SPS Welcome Toolkit with links to groups, info and a free book Join our daily meditational devotional Download our free app - APPLE | ANDROID
5-Star Career: Define and Build Yours Using the Science of Quality Management by Penelope Przekop Industries across the globe manufacture products and provide services that you deem 5-star worthy; their goal is to satisfy your needs and desires. They follow the proven science of quality management to make that happen because it is common sense, and its effectiveness is irrefutable. 5-Star Career: Define and Build Yours Using the Science of Quality Management provides common-sense, strategic context for personally implementing quality concepts that reflect your goals as well as your own definition of a 5-star life and career. This book provides the following benefits: Explains how the science of quality management can ensure customer satisfaction, which is what industry uses to gauge the quality of products and services. Relates that explanation to you on a personal level including how the basic concepts and components of the science apply to your career/job, the path it has taken, and can take. Challenges you to identify your authentic needs and desires following the thorough process, research methodology, and data analysis corporations rely on to understand their customers. It tells you how to do all of that, and provides a unique tool to help you gather and analyze the right type of data and information. Clarifies the critical role that controlled systems and processes play in the science of quality management, the role they play in the personal application of quality management, and their surprising power to ensure intended outcomes. Explains how to apply the proven decision-making methodology (used by industry) to identify the best possible process that leads to the career you deem as 5-star worthy, and to address the career elements that will satisfy your authentic needs and desires. Relays how risk-based decision-making is key not only to identifying a process that ensures success but also to addressing the unexpected curveballs that will surely come your way. Penelope Przekop built a 30-year career around the science of quality management while struggling to overcome the uniquely disturbing childhood she shared with her brother. Along the way, she internalized the science used to build quality into products and services and discovered how it can be personally applied to build and manage not only the quality of a career but also the quality of a life.
When we first started jumping into digital planning and maximizing our productivity through the use of technology, it was not easy. In fact, we had to build new habits, learn the technology, and there were moments when we wanted to quit and go back to what we always had done. The thing is, it is easy to quit something that we find challenging. It is easy to stick to what we have always done, but be honest with yourself, will it make you better? The short answer is no. Let's start with some tough love. Transitioning to a digital planner takes work. You cannot purchase a planner and think it will make all your problems go away. You have to make the effort in developing a new habit so that you are getting the most out of your planning. So go into digital planning knowing that you will find it challenging. In this episode you will learn: Develop a routine to using the planner consistently Create a planning routine for the month that will help to set you for success in reaching various goals. Define your planning style and own it! No need to plan like everyone else. Utilize templates to help your productivity and make the planning process easier Pictures can help guide you and minimize paper clutter in the classroom. We are also very excited to announce that our January 2022 - December 2022 Digital planners will be available on Friday, November 26th. We will be offering these planners with a 20% discount until December 12th. You can find that and another fabulous surprise in our store on Black Friday! Be sure to visit www.teachingonthedouble.com/store SUBMIT YOUR TIME SUCKING HURDLE! We want to know what is sucking up all of your time either as a teacher or just a person. Head over to our website and submit your TSH so that you can have a chance to be featured on the podcast! SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. Click here to subscribe to iTunes! Now if you're feeling extra loving, We would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find our podcast and they're also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
In this incredibly tangent driven episode, Sophia and Dylan talk about M&Ms, the dictionary, biscuits, jelly, tuna, customer service and so much more.Resources to do what you can:Stop Line 3 - https://www.stopline3.org/Move to Higher Ground - https://mthg.org/Mermaids UK - https://mermaidsuk.org.uk/The Trevor Project - https://www.thetrevorproject.org/Resist Bot Petitions - https://resist.bot/petitionsFind Your Local Mutual Aid Group - https://www.mutualaidhub.org/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Jen talks about defining your worth during challenging times. Jen invites you to start owning your worth and to stop being the victim of your circumstances. How we need to dig deep and define our self-worth. Key Notes: How you define your worth during challenging times What really matters after grief and lost Get clear on your values, what is important to you right now Show Notes: (00:33) Jen shares what this week's episode is all about (01:38) Are you living your life? (04:05) How we all have a periods of contractions (05:23) If you are at rock bottom, this is your time to rise up (08:20) How we all deserve the right and the freedom to experience all emotions without judgement (13:25) How we should be living in alignment with our values everyday (18:19) Jen invites you to start witnessing yourself when you go back to when you're feeling stuck and can't move forward (22:35) How the world needs you owning your worth now more than ever Quotes: (01:26) Own your life. Own your self. Own your sovereignty. (08:11) It's okay to be not okay. (11:47) You define you. (21:32) You alone are worthy Resources: Website: https://www.jenmons.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenMonsCoaching Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jen.mons/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXFG_uyCRg9nxM43jS9mvUg PODCAST DISCLAIMER: This podcast is to educate, inside, and inform the listeners of various pathways to wholistic well being. This information is not to replace the advise of your physician, specialist, medical doctor, therapist, nutritionist or dietician. Please refer to full Medical Disclaimer Here.
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This is an episode you don't want to miss. Tyler has a fascinating story to share. From the stable corporate job to joining the wife in her accounting business. Roger and Tyler have so much to cover as they discuss: Developing a virtual accounting business, never meeting the client and many of the staff in person but working with them remotely Prequalifying potential clients for consideration. Although he runs a virtual business he still understands is needs to be personable and based on relationship building We all know this, finding quality staff is a challenge but then we also need to train, manage them while bringing them into the company culture. Listen as Tyler shares his onboarding process with new employees using a system that is recorded and set for every employee experience. Now let's talk tech stack, what are the tools to consider in the business to work efficiently and be productive. But what does a successful virtual accounting business look like: Of course we need to offer quality accounting services along that include CFO advisory for the clients to be a full-service accounting firm. You need to consider niching the services offered, picking an industry and then you'll realize the benefits it brings to the firm and the clients. Hear the 3 things Tyler feels it helps you achieve! When it comes to marketing he makes a great point, ask yourself how does marketing compare to fishing, knowing the catch and using the right bait? Tyler's advice, beginning with the end in mind. What are you really trying to accomplish? Define your scope of services and be willing to say no! In this episode they also does how accounting is changing but not going away, this is still and always will be relationship based. Just remember to adjust your mindset from a large corporate world to running a small business. You'll want to hear this amazing discussion with a successful accountant. Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Guest Name: Tyler Otto Tyler D. Otto along with his wife Karen are the owners of Specialty Bookkeeping, LLC, where he has developed a winning formula for an innovative, virtually based accounting and tax firm. His company leverages technology to simplify client's financial processes, creating greater visibility into their financials and driving profit. He has extensive experience in the finance side of the hotel and tourism industry where he has also served as the Corporate Director of Finance with Imprint Hospitality in 2020. His primary focuses include database architecture, Visual Basic scripting, Forecasting, Budgeting, and Data Mining. His recent activities include doing large financial system migrations for several companies spanning the hospitality to the construction industry. Tyler has a passion for team development and promoting fun and collaborative cultures. He believes that a dedication to continuous improvement and learning is the backbone of any successful venture. He loves helping clients make more money. His career has been focused on serving as a financial analyst and business partner, helping business managers make strategic decisions that will grow their business for years to come. Tyler is a fanatic about making new relationships and collaborating with others on large projects. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife Karen and two children. When he's not geeking out in Visual Basic, he's found in the woodshop doing any number of woodworking projects, or on his road bike. Sponsors: Universal Accounting Center Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to get paid what they are worth. Offers: Whether you are starting or ready to build your accounting business, this is the Turnkey Business Plan course designed to help you plan and work ON your business addressing some key areas that need your attention such as marketing, selling, pricing to offering quality accounting services. Go here to take this course for FREE! Also, when it comes to technology and automation, we need to consider how each can be leveraged to help find and nurture your potential clients. This is a must-see webinar to help you understand what you can do to get new clients and be paid what you are worth. Grow your business today applying these important lessons within your company. Register NOW for this webinar and get the accounting, bookkeeping and tax clients you desire applying prove processes and systems that are effective and inexpensive. For Additional FREE Resources for accounting professionals check out this collection HERE! Remember this, Accounting Success IS Universal. Listen to our next episode and be sure to subscribe. For more information on how you can apply these principles in your business please visit us at www.universalaccountingschool.com or call us at 801.265.3777
We've all been there – stuck. This can be personally or maybe our teams are stuck. When we are stuck, we fail to develop and grow. Craig Lemasters joins Kevin to what stuck really means and techniques to help fill the knowledge gaps. Key Points Craig shares his thoughts about stuck and the simple formula to get unstuck. The 4 steps to get unstuck: High humility quotient Define the destination Identify wisdom gaps Activate How the pandemic has changed “stuckness”. Meet Craig Name: Craig Lemasters His Story: Author of Unstuck: How to Unlock and Activate the Wisdom of Others. Craig is a former CEO of a $5B Fortune 500 subsidiary and now the president of the Puerto Rico-based, strategic investment conglomerate, Grupo Ferré Rangel, as well as the Chairman of GXG. Company: GXG Worth Mentioning: Craig is dedicated to helping senior leaders get unstuck on the major growth challenges to their businesses, as he faced similar challenges. Craig's book dives his journey as CEO and teaches readers how they can leverage his unstuck methodology to tackle their most pressing business challenges. Connect with Craig https://craiglemasters.com/ https://gxg.co/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-lemasters-72507321/ This episode is brought to you by… Future of Work Newsletter, a free weekly e-newsletter. It's full of articles and resources to help you, your team and your organization be more successful in the ever-changing remote work environment. Sign up at https://remarkablepodcast.com/FOW Quote:
Creating a world that is not only sustainable but regenerative extends past our plates into what we wear. With the rise of fast fashion and unchecked consumerism, buying quality, real leather goods is one way to make your wardrobe more sustainable. You can read my article here about the problems in the textile industry and how many of the “ethical” or “better” options fall short. One solution is long lasting quality goods made from leather. A few years ago the Savory Institute connected me with Janet Hamilton, owner of Farrier Leather, a company dedicated to making sustainable vegetable tanned leather goods. Janet makes beautiful, functional pieces from responsibly sourced materials and continues to strive for higher standards as availability improves. Join my co host, Lauren Manning and Janet as they discuss the role of real leather in the sustainability movement and other topics: -Why Janet started Farrier Leather and the barriers she faced finding well-sourced raw materials -The benefits of traditional vegetable tanning methods over current methods using chromium salts -Other brands that are concerned with leather sourcing -The good and the bad about sustainable materials becoming more mainstream -Correcting misconceptions about leather and highlighting the problems with vegan leather -How to start making more sustainable choices - and it's not throwing out all your clothes and starting over -Sometimes the most sustainable choice is choosing not to buy -It's about better choices, not perfect choices. Define your personal priorities -It's not used. It's vintage! -How Janet learned how to make leather goods -Janet's favorite leather items Resources: Leather Working Group Pennyroyal Designs Savory Institute Modal fabric Poshmark Thredup Rent the Runway Leatherworking group on Reddit Leatherworker.net Connect with [Guest]: Website: Farrier Leather Instagram: @farrier_leather Facebook: Farrier Leather Twitter: @Farrier_Leather Pinterest: Farrier Leather *** Episode Credits: Thank you to all who've made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers, Lauren Manning, and James Connolly. Our producer is Meg Chatham, and our editor is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.
Sermon Questions - * Accessing abundant wholeness is counter-cultural and our spiritual enemy will fight when you attempt to live in it. Define abundant wholeness - "Thriving in complete joy and living from abundance because of Jesus' love and work on the cross, opening the way for complete salvation, complete healing, and complete deliverance." * Review John 10:10 - Do you struggle with the idea of a full life? What are the pauses or arguments or issues that arise in your mind when we begin to discuss the definition of wholeness. * John Bevere stated that one way to remove us from wholeness is to take the enemy's bait of offense. Do you know if you are offended by any one or any thing right now? Have you asked the Holy Spirit about any offense in your life? * Give an example or remind yourself of a time where you or someone else moved in the opposite spirit - Instead of offense, choosing forgiveness. Instead of hate, choosing love. What does that look like? * Review Rom 12:2-9. Have you become a living sacrifice? How do you work on transforming your mind? * Do you blame God? Is there anything in you that harbors unforgiveness that you know you need to work on? * Review the statement! "I see you offense and I will not partner with you! I send you back to where you came from. I'm covered by the blood of Jesus, and I will choose to walk in forgiveness and love."
An interview with Gabriele Musella. Gabriele is the CEO of Coinrule, a YCombinator backed startup that aims to democratise crypto trading and enable people to set up their own automations to manage their investments for them. He's also created the DDDT framework to drive product decision-making and bring design thinking to the crypto space. We speak about a lot, including: The idea behind Coinrule, the rise of automated crypto trading and whether automated trading is as high pressure as it looks in the movies Why being unregulated was a great way to build a trading startup and what the future might look like for crypto regulation Whether Coinrule is actually using blockchain technology itself, and whether this would have any benefit for them as a company How much of a crypto-fundamentalist he is, how he sees the space developing, and how blockchain energy usage chimes with his eco awareness His experience with YCombinator, what he got out of the process apart from money, and how he learned to "prioritise like hell" How Coinrule build products, the DDDT process he created and how it allows the company to Discover, Define, Design and Test products How they talk to at least 100 users a month and built a culture of user research, and what it's like doing user research with such a passionate community His mentorship work with Google Launchpad and how he's aiming to help early stage startups understand how to do UX better And much more! Contact Gabriele You can contact Gabriele on Twitter or coinrule.com.
Did a patient cancel? Are things slow? It's important to have downtime tasks for when things aren't chugging along as fast as they normally are! Kiera talks in this episode about how to maximize downtime in your practice, specifically … Defining what qualifies as downtime for your practice Holding people accountable Coming up with tasks to do during downtime By defining downtime, team leads don't have to micromanage; instead can spot check. Episode resources: Reach out to Kiera Listen to episode 423, Help Me! Plus, the Power of Downtime Listen to episode 175, 11+ Ways to Maximize Your COVID-19 Downtime Listen to episode 64, Multi-Tasking is a Lie Subscribe to The Dental A-Team podcast Become Dental A-Team Platinum! Review the podcast on iTunes
Christoph Trappe is a brilliant content marketer at the top of his game. He recently published a great book called “Content Performance Culture,” which I love. In this episode of Content Callout, we talk about the power of voice, podcasting, video, and how brands can take advantage of content and make a bigger impact than they are right now. Outline of This Episode[1:16] The biggest mistakes marketing professionals make with content[4:10] Where to start on your content journey[10:18] Is the podcast market becoming oversaturated? [13:47] What traits make for a good podcast host? [20:38] How AI impacts search results and content[24:15] Define your audience and what makes you unique [26:23] How to connect with Christoph and get his bookResources & People MentionedChristoph's book: Content Performance CultureConnect with Christoph TrappeVoxpopmeChristoph's blog: Authentic StorytellingThe Business Storytelling podcastConnect on LinkedInFollow on TwitterConnect With the Content Callout Teamhttps://ContentCallout.com Subscribe to CONTENT CALLOUT onApple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts
Motivation is not something that you just have. You have to create it. In this episode, we explore how our personal whys, goals, and priorities play an important role in building momentum. You'll learn practical tips for implementing these six ways to get your drive back: 1) Create your ultimate vision; 2) Define your identity; 3) Have crystal clear goals; 4) Be clear on your priorities; 5) Look at who you spend your time with; 6) Make small habits and commitments. Stay tuned for our next episode, part two, where we'll discuss maintaining the motivation we've built.Support the show (https://www.thevegangym.com/)
We all define what creativity is a bit different from one another, and despite that we all want it. We all want to be more creative. In this episode I break down how to define creativity for yourself so you can start creating your best work. Step 1: Define your Taste We start a creative pursuit because we all believe we have good taste, but when we start on that creative pursuit, our good taste tells us we are bad. Define what we can can and cant critique about our work. Step 2: Cultivate your Taste Chose what you allow to influence your creative flow. Choose 10 photographers, list out why you like their work, then come up with 5 rules you can follow when creating photographs. Step 3: Evolve your Taste In the same way Kodak lost control of the photography industry for not evolving their business, your taste needs to develop as you become more skilled as a photographer Resources: 46 Creative Photography Ideas: Free Ebook Join The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook Community Free Lightroom Presets!
In today's magazine-style podcast episode, we're talking about how to start building your legacy today with impact goals. I'm going to give you quick action steps you can take to start to define your values and implement into your day-to-day decisions and choices. Defining your values also helps you re-route and recalibrate when you get lose your way, so that you can use them as a North Star to help you stay aligned and get back on track. After that, I'm diving into some Listener Q&A around why it's so important to clean out your email list, followed by a Teacher Hustle University Member Interview with someone who is very new to the business world!If you haven't yet, be sure to grab your copy of this month's Companion Magazine all about how you can grow your business to build a legacy and make the impact you were meant to make. Access it at ww.alissamcdonald.com/magazine. LINKSThis month's FREE issue of the Teacher Hustle Magazine!Episode 5 of the Teacher Hustle Podcast with Amy McLarenAmy's new book, Passion to PurposeFREE Marketing Masterclass for Teacher Business OwnersConnect with Katie at Katie Couples Teaching
The Dallas Mavericks are able to play a stretch of games against the Denver Nuggets, Phoenix Suns, and Los Angeles Clippers that could define their season. Nick Angstadt (@NickVanExit) and Isaac Harris (@IsaacLHarris) breakdown the Mavericks' next 5 games and explain why they could be really important for the Mavs. Then they discuss what they want to see from Luka Doncic, Kristaps Porzingis, Jason Kidd, and more in this next slate of games. Finally they discuss what could go wrong for the Mavs if they lose all 5 games and then what would have to go right for the Mavs to win all 5 games. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: Locked On Mavericks Follow/Subscribe Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnMavs Follow Locked On NBA: linktr.ee/LockedOnNBA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers 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
Do you love to treasure hunt? We love treasure hunting with clients! There's nothing quite like the look on a client's face when they find that missing passport or birth certificate or that lost earring they thought was long gone. Some of our clients also love to treasure hunt outside the home - hands up if you too love finding a treasure on the side of the road?! Today we encourage you to look for the gold in your homes when you are decluttering by picking out the treasures and letting go of the rest. We share stories about helping clients find their treasures and coaching them in asking the hard questions when it comes to those roadside treasures too. If you've found yourself with a pile of projects that you've not quite got to yet or you're always losing things then make sure you tune in for all the gold in today's episode.In this episode we;● Define what we mean by treasure hunting in relation to decluttering;● Encourage you to look for the gold in your home and how it can motivate you in your decluttering;● Learn about the time Amy thought she had a priceless antique in her possession and what she learnt from the experience ;● Talk about roadside 'treasures' and give advice on how to be intentional with these;● Highlight that important stuff can get lost amongst the clutter especially paperwork;And so so so so much more...We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face!Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:● Paperwork Episode● Wardrobe Episode● Love It Episode● Unfinished Projects Episode● Crafts & Hobbies Episode● Freebie Clutter Episode● Bargain Clutter Episode● Online Selling Episode● Sentimental Items Episode● Deceased Estate Episode● Free Wardrobe ChallengeDon't forget to jump onto Apple Podcast and leave us a review!!Come into our FB group or email us as email@example.com to let us know if you have any topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes!For more details on how to connect with us head to our website.For details on becoming a Patreon supporter take a look here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Host Farai Chideya talks with MacArthur Fellow, poet Reginald Dwayne Betts, about why we struggle to articulate exactly how we want to change the prison system in the U.S. OB-GYN Dr. Jamila Perritt explains why she dreams of exercising her medical practice without the interference of politics. Gwen Ifill Award winner Sisi Wei of OpenNews examines the transition from focusing on diversity in newsrooms, to doing impactful anti-racist work in the media industry. And on Sippin' the Political Tea, Mutale Nkonde of AI for the People and Nicol Turner-Lee of the Brookings Institution help Farai examine the latest tech news.EPISODE RUNDOWN0:44 Reginald Dwayne Betts on the power of reading books13:01 Dr. Jamila Perritt on the impact of abortion restrictions on women of color21:28 Sisi Wei on anti-racist work in the media industry31:50 Sippin' the Political Tea: Mutale Nkonde and Nicol Turner-Lee cover the most important tech news of the last few weeks
National reporter Kim Bellware is Chip's guest If you were armed with an AR15 and people tried to take it from you, can you claim self defense? Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who fatally shot two people last year during unrest in Kenosha, Wis., offered his first extended public defense in the bitterly divisive case on Wednesday, at one point breaking down on the witness stand. Rittenhouse's sometimes emotional testimony punctuated the most dramatic day of the homicide trial so far, which also included heated moments from Judge Bruce Schroeder, who repeatedly castigated the prosecutor for running afoul of his rulings. The trial is in its home stretch, and the days of testimony so far have appeared to tilt in Rittenhouse's favor. Rittenhouse, 18, is charged with homicide and attempted homicide for shooting three people, killing two of them, during the mayhem consuming Kenosha after a police shooting in August 2020. He has pleaded not guilty. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Frank Cottle is the founder and CEO of the Alliance group of companies, and an experienced speaker, strategist, entrepreneur, advisor, business leader, and investor.Since 1979 he's been building flexible workspace companies under the Alliance brand and its predecessor companies, focusing on new ways of working that genuinely meet the needs of today's entrepreneurs by combining three fundamental components: people, place, and technology.His primary areas of expertise include integrating flexible workspace models to assist with corporate real estate repositioning, investment banking, finance, workplace technology, and business leadership. He is a regular on the conference circuit and frequently consults with multinational firms to plan and formulate strategies for the future of work.In our conversation, we discussed:-Define agility and remote work-Biggest frustration to the 1031 exchange when selling highly appreciated businessesConnect with Frank Cottle:https://capitalgainstaxsolutions.com/on-striking-the-perfect-balance-between-people-place-and-technology-with-frank-cottle/Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Capital Gains Tax Solutions Community today:capitalgainstaxsolutions.comCapital Gains Tax Solutions FacebookCapital Gains Tax Solutions Twitter
Capturing your own definition of greatness doesn't have to be an onerous ordeal. As long as you have a clear vision of your desired result, and remain committed to not wavering in the execution phase. In business this motto will serve you well as you search for identity and how you want to be perceived. Suzanne Tulien wants to assist you in gaining clarity as a business owner . She says you already have a brand! "The real question is, "Are you in control of it?" She's a Personal Brand Clarity Expert, Author, Speaker, who helps you identify, define & align to become who you want to be known for. With over two and a half decades of strategic communication, employee brand engagement, and internal brand development, Suzanne's inside-out brand-building strategy creates the clarity and actions necessary for her clients to drive consistency, distinction, and advocacy long-term. Because her Brand DNA approach is radically different, she is paving the way companies and personal brands elevate their value position and actually reduce marketing costs while growing market share. Her clients gain the clarity that infuses consistencies that build trust, brand loyalty, and distinction. She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://brandascension.com/ LinkedIn: @SuzanneTulien Facebook: @brandascension Instagram: @brandascensionconsulting Get the book: https://www.amazon.ca/Personal-Brand-Clarity-Identify-Define-ebook/dp/B08HW8YBSF
How do you live an open-handed life while protecting your peace? Co-hosts Lindsy Wallace, Alissa Molina, and Kayla Craig explore the topic of boundaries: what they mean and why they're crucial in our lives, relationships, and the spaces we exist in. In this episode, we:Define what boundaries are and how they can be designed for the mutual health and flourishing of ourselves and others around usConsider how boundaries can show up in our lives to help us to rest, safety, and receiving what we needGet honest about struggling with the guilt of setting good boundaries Talk about how the idea of boundaries can carry negative connotations, especially in church settings in which we (especially women) are expected to sacrifice and pour out constantlyDiscuss the necessity of unlearning the suppression of our needs in order to serve others and replace that with learning how to articulate our needs insteadLook at the example of Jesus, who often withdrew to lonely placesPush back against the cultural expectation that we have to do everything and show up a certain way to be valuedAsk what is ours to press into and what is the most loving thing to do for ourselves and other peopleJoin us as we dig into why we need boundaries and process out loud what this looks like in our lives. We hope this episode encourages you to check in with yourself. Feel free to share your thoughts on this episode with our community on social media!News, Notes, and Links:Brené Brown writes about three ways to set boundaries.Check out this succinct explainer on boundaries from GoodTherapy.We found this Healthline article about protecting your emotional space to be super helpful.Support more conversations like this on Upside Down Podcast! Please visit us, where you can pledge a few dollars of monthly support to help us pay our bills and keep the conversations going.Learn more at Upside Down Podcast.We're on Instagram, too. You can find us individually at @patricia_a_taylor, @kayla_craig, @alissarmolina, and @lindsy.wallace.Join the Upside Down Together listener group on Facebook!Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/upsidedownpodcast)
Ep. 053 - The word identity has become one of the biggest buzz words of our day. Our modern culture is passionate about spreading the message that our truest identity can be found within ourselves. We're told that who we are has nothing to do with God, but everything to do with us. As we live in the midst of this popular narrative, we need to remind ourselves that our truest identity doesn't come from within, but from within God's design for us. If we want to experience true freedom and confidence in who we are, we must look to our Creator to define us. He is a good and loving Father and has a beautiful design for our femininity. At the end of the day, our greatest joy and purpose doesn't come from within, but from knowing who we are in Christ, and then living faithfully in that identity for God's glory.NEW BOOK - Not Part of the Plan: Trusting God with the Twists and Turns of Your Story Compelled Podcast Love Defined Book Sex, Purity and the Longings of a Girl's Heart BookGirl Defined Book Shine Bright Devotional Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/girldefined)
I'm coming to you live from inside my car right now, driving home from shooting some new content with a friend of mine, and it got me thinking about my first wholesaling deal, and all the mistakes I made back at the beginning of my career.I bought my first wholesale property without looking at it, sold it within a day, and made a ton of mistakes during the deal. But, I still made a little money on it. The most important thing, though? I learned how to do a better deal the next time.We all go through hard times in life. If you haven't felt the sting of failure yet, just wait: you will. But you can't give up. Trust me, I've been through the ringer myself, but when I hit rock bottom, I said “enough is enough!” I stopped making excuses for myself and started putting the things I had learned from real estate courses and masterclasses to work.So no matter what you face in life, don't give up. It's like the old song says: “If you're going through hell, keep going.” The last thing you want to do is stop.What's Inside:—My first deal was full of mistakes.—Stop making excuses and start making moves.—There's a time to learn, and a time to act.—If you're going through hell... keep going!