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Ready to finally start your digital product business? We are opening enrollment for the Empowered Business Lab this week! If you have been listening for a while, you probably already know that the Empowered Business Lab is our signature program on how to create and sell digital products. When we launched it for the first time in January of 2021, it went really well, so we are thrilled to be launching it again this month! We have had over 400 students in the program, and it is such an honor to be a small part of the digital products they have created! For this launch, we have decided to go back to the Founders round of the program. It will be launched for a three month cohort, and we will spend that time focusing on those students and helping them design and sell their digital products. In this episode of The Empowered Business Podcast, you will get to listen to a recording of day 1 of our live training where we discuss the “Hike Design”. This is our unique formula for how to build and sell a digital product. Tune in to learn more about starting your digital product business including the four main types of digital products, the questions you should ask yourself before you create your first product, how to research it, how to create a sales funnel that converts, how to nurture your customers, and so much more. Resources Mentioned: Join the Empowered Business Lab I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at www.monicafroese.com/54
Kathy Weber ist ein Wunderwerk: Zweifach-Mama, Moderatorin, Hörbuchsprecherin, Kinderbuchautorin, Ehefrau und - wofür sie in erster Linie bekannt ist - Trainerin für Gewaltfreie Kommunikation, die sie mit Ansätzen der Bindungspädagogik vereint. Sie gibt Seminare, Onlinekurse, produziert kostenfrei Content auf ihrem Instagram Kanal, bei YouTube und in ihrem Podcast „Familie Verstehen“ mit maximalem Mehrwert und unterstützt Eltern und berät Pädagogen bei gewaltfreier Kommunikation im Alltag. Welch ein Geschenk, sie für diesen Podcast gewonnen zu haben! Wir sprachen über das Spannungsfeld zwischen den Bedürfnissen und Themen von Eltern und denen der Kinder. Was ist, wenn das, was ich brauche, nicht das ist, was meine Kinder brauchen? Wie bringen wir alle unsere Bedürfnisse in Einklang? Was tue ich, wenn ich vor Wut rase, schreie oder einfach nur weg will, weil mich die Kinder triggern oder es nicht so läuft, wie ich es wollte? Und: wie höre ich auf, nach dem Belohnungs- und Bestrafungsprinzip zu erziehen? Kathy bringt es auf den Punkt und mich oft genug zum Lachen. Eine wundervolle Folge! Ganz viel Freude beim Hören. In Liebe, Yavi Zu Kathys Kanälen: Gratis E-Book: „GfK in Kindersprache“ plus zwei Bonus-Impulse https://kw-herzenssache.de/gratis Onlinekurs: “Mit Kindern in Verbindung 2.0” Dein Onlinekurs mit der Gewaltfreien Kommunikation für mehr Gelassenheit im Familienalltag https://kw-herzenssache.de/online/ Blog Herzenslexikon - Der Elternblog mit der Gewaltfreien Kommunikation https://kw-herzenssache.de/blog/ Podcast: https://kw-herzenssache.de/podcasts/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKQihQ7GjMTbR55bpyr7hvA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_kathy.weber_/?hl=de Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.de/kwherzenssache/ Sponsor dieser Folge ist AG1 - ehemals “Athletic Greens“. Das neue AG1 ist im Kern gleichgeblieben und nach wie vor ein umfassendes All-in-One-Getränk für deine Gesundheit und die tägliche Nährstoffversicherung. Anders sind lediglich das moderne Design und der neue, prägnante Name. Mit 75 wertvollen Zutaten, unter anderem Vitamine, Mineralstoffe und Probiotika, die einfach in eine gesunde Morgenroutine integriert werden, wird in 4 Kernbereiche deiner Gesundheit eingezahlt: Immunsystem, Energiehaushalt, Regeneration und Darmgesundheit. Als HörerIn meines Podcasts erhältst du zu deinem AG1 einen Jahresvorrat an Vitamin D3, 5 Travel Packs, eine Trinkflasche und eine schöne Keramikdose kostenlos dazu. Das Angebot findest du unter athleticgreens.com/mamamoves
This week, we share some (hopefully) non-obvious paths to level up at work and exceed the expectations for a senior++ product designer. In the Sidebar, we talk about the importance of giving blunt feedback, and share ways to do it tactfully and with kindness.Golden Ratio Supporters:Play — Play is the first native iOS design tool made for teams creating mobile products. Design, prototype, and collaborate, directly from your phone. With Play you can experience your design as you create it while taking full advantage of native iOS features not found in other design and prototyping tools. Full access invites available for the first 25 people here!The Sidebar:The Sidebar is an exclusive weekly segment for our Patreon supporters. You can subscribe starting at $1 per month for access to bonus content going forward! Sign up at patreon.com/designdetails.Latest VIP Patrons:Derick AniesNatalie HelmerToren JensMorgan QuinnSean KennedyDylan RoseVarun ThotaFernando PegoriniAkshitha VictorMarina BroidoMain Topic:This week, we share some (hopefully) non-obvious paths to level up at work and exceed the expectations for a senior++ product designer.Cool Things:Brian shared The Courage to be DislikedMarshall shared Wordle, a fun and simple daily word game. Pro tip: start with snail and outer.Design Details on the Web:
Kai Langer ist Head of Design bei BMW i – der Elektrosparte von BMW. Er ist seit 18 Jahren bei der Firma, aber sein Weg zum Autodesign war auch nicht der gradlinigste. Bevor er dazu kam, gab es auch schon einen kleinen Abstecher in die Musik mit seiner Punkband und letztendlich war es seine Kunstlehrerin, die dann den entscheidenden Anstoß dazu gegeben hat, dass er sich überhaupt erst für seinen Studienplatz in Pforzheim beworben hat.Ich traf Kai nach Arbeitsschluss in einem vollisolierten Tonstudio, in dem ich in bester OHNE DEN HYPE Manier, erstmal das Fenster aufgerissen habe, damit alles nicht zu perfekt klingt. Kai hat sich richtig viel Zeit für mich genommen und mir nicht nur eine Menge Fragen beantwortet, sondern auch einige Denkanstöße geliefert.Wir unterhielten uns unter anderem darüber, wie er in 18 Jahren bei BMW dahin gekommen ist, wo er nun ist, über seine zwei Talente, die Musik und das Zeichnen, darüber, wie er ins Design gerutscht ist, darüber, was man Menschen beibringen kann und was nicht, über soziale Verantwortung, die Zukunft und Science-Fiction-Filme, darüber, wie wir Menschen auf Veränderung reagieren, über den Vision Circular bei BMW, über Recycling und darüber, wie sich seine Arbeit bei BMW mit wachsender Verantwortung verändert hat.Mein Gast heutehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kai-langer-4856796/https://www.bmw.com/en/design/bmw-i-design.htmlJetzt Supporter werdenhttps://patreon.com/ohnedenhypeWunschgäste bitte hier in die Kommentarehttps://apple.co/3cdoMZLInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/ohnedenhypeFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ohnedenhypeYouTubehttp://youtube.ohnedenhype.com
I am dropping this bonus episode in the feed to day because a number of my listeners might be interested in my other podcast, Art Smart. This is the episode on the Principles of Design. Art Smart comes out every Wednesday focusing on the elements of art and principles of design to help listeners become more thoughtful creators and consumers of the visual arts. As an art teacher, I always try to make my podcast in a way that is clean and appropriate for all ages, so my fellow art teachers can safely use my podcasts as a classroom resource to help students enjoy exploring art and art history. You can find Art Smart on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and please do me a favor leave a rating or review to help others find the show.
John and Rambo revisit the topic of SwiftUI and UIKit interoperability, and discuss which of the two UI frameworks that's recommend for beginners to start with. Also, the launch of AirBuddy 2.5, and using phased rollouts when releasing new app versions. Download MP3 Hosts Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links SwiftUI and UIKit interoperability Rambo's HostingWindowController Sparkle Paddle Rambo's “AirBuddy 2.5 development trivia” Twitter thread Subscribe
It’s great to be here today to share our 8th consecutive floral forecast for the Slow Flowers community. The audio you’ll hear was recorded during our Monthly Member Meet up on January 14th and those who attended got an early, sneak peek at the report. We recorded the session and I’m sharing the edited version […] The post Episode 542: Welcome to 2022 and the Slow Flowers Floral Insights & Industry Forecast with Debra Prinzing and Bloom Imprint’s Robin Avni appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
Samsung wird seine neuen Galaxy-S22-Smartphones zwar erst am 9. Februar 2022 offiziell vorstellen, doch schon jetzt hat ein Leak das finale Design der drei neuen High-End-Smartphones enthüllt und dazu auch noch in allen Farben. Jetzt liegen auch die technischen Daten vor.
Yesterday I did something BIG. I launched my first book! Ok, enough about me … let me tell you about the book. It's titled Work from the Inside Out: Break Through Nine Common Obstacles and Design a Career That Fulfills You. The book highlights twenty-two real-life stories of career transitions, many of which are from my podcast guests. The stories profile people who made meaningful professional transitions under circumstances that others might perceive as obstacles to moving into a more satisfying career. Concerns such as age, financial responsibilities, investment of years in a career path, or dealing with a tragic loss are presented in the context of how they impact people's engagement in their work. I address how fear is the foundation of immobilization and offer strategies to help build self-awareness, manage expectations, and change one's mindset, in order to be ready for positive reinvention. At the end of the book, I provide a comprehensive resources section that can help the reader take the steps they need to identify a more satisfying career path. This week, I am excited to be the interviewee on my own podcast. My friend and colleague, Darcy Eikenberg, has graciously offered to interview me on the occasion of my book launch. In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about my journey as an author and what's inside my book: Darcy and I discuss the meaning behind the book's title, Work from the Inside Out She asked me who the ideal audience is for the book and we explored how the book is relevant to what is going on now regarding the Great Resignation We discuss how you can transform doubts and limiting beliefs in order to pursue ongoing fulfillment in your career.
MUI (formerly Material-UI) provides a robust, customizable, and accessible library of foundational and advanced components. The creator of MUI, Olivier Tassinari joins us to talk about MUI, UI design, React components, MUI's open-source library, and design tools. Links https://twitter.com/olivtassinari https://mui.com https://mui.com/core https://mui.com/x https://mui.com/pricing https://mui.com/careers Review us Reviews are what help us grow and tailor our content to what you want to hear. Give us a review here (https://ratethispodcast.com/podrocket). Contact us https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us @PodRocketpod (https://twitter.com/podrocketpod) What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today (https://logrocket.com/signup/?pdr). Special Guest: Olivier Tassinari.
FBA shipment policy updatesEffective April 1, 2022, if you send canceled or deleted shipments to Amazon, your shipments may be rejected. Your ability to send us additional shipments may also be suspended.00:00 Amazon FBA Shipping Policy Update 202200:19 Can I create a shipment and send it 30 days later04:00 Deleting shipments after you've approved themThe following actions lead to additional processing, handling, and rerouting, which can delay the receipt of your inventory and its availability for sale:Deleting shipping plans after you've approved themMisrouting shipmentsSending incomplete shipments, such as shipments that are in canceled or deleted statusTo avoid problems that can cause delays, follow these guidelines:When creating a shipping plan, specify the quantity, content, and other information that might affect the distribution of the shipments.After approving the shipping plan, be sure to send the shipment to the assigned fulfillment center with the quantity and content specified in the plan.After approving a multi-destination shipping plan, do not delete any part of the shipment or send the shipment along a different route.Make sure your FBA box ID label is clearly visible.Communicate with your carrier to ensure that your shipment is delivered to the address on the FBA box ID label as soon as possible, no later than 30 days.Thank you for your cooperation as we work to improve the shipment process for all sellers.Join our Channel to get early access and say thanks to Steven Pope for putting out all the content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClUSEsDS2sdgNJfCcCM_5Uw/joinAbout Steven Pope: Steven is the founder of My Amazon Guy. He started his career as a TV reporter in Idaho, then was an eCommerce Director for 10 years for brands ranging from Gold & Silver Coins to Women's Plus Size Clothing. Steven created My Amazon Guy because of how difficult it has become to grow sales on Amazon. Steven owns MAG, My Refund Guy - a clawback FBA service, and Momstir - a Private Label FBA Wine Glass brand with the #1 funny wine glass on Amazon. He has more than 600 tutorial videos on YouTube showing how to handle ANY problem faced on Amazon. Steven also hosts a podcast with interviews from other Amazon experts. LinkedIn // Degrees: MBA and BS In Communications. Amazon Advertising Sponsored Ads Accredited.About My Amazon Guy: An 160+ client full-service Amazon Agency in Atlanta, Georgia. We growth hack sales through traffic and conversion improvements. PPC, SEO, Design, Catalog Merchandising, and more all in-house. My Amazon Guy Podcast and Videos: Podcast.MyAmazonGuy.comYouTube.com/MyAmazonGuyWebsite: MyAmazonGuy.comOther Social Media links:https://www.facebook.com/myamazonguys/https://www.linkedin.com/company/my-amazon-guyhttps://twitter.com/myamazonguy✅Get 50% off First Month with Helium 10 https://bit.ly/3z1sijm✅ Order a Trademark from My Amazon Guy for $825 and get your brand registry on Amazon in under 7 days. Order here: https://myamazonguy.com/trademark-services/✅ A+ Enhanced Brand Content https://myamazonguy.com/amazon-enhanced-brand-a-plus-content/✅ Beginner Tutorial Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDkvNlz8yl_bC5ERcdJm9mu_MLSTyl3e_✅ Coaching on Demand (Same day Appointments Available): https://myamazonguy.com/book-a-coaching-call/
We've had a lot of listeners write in and they have a lot of questions about creating the ideal nursery. The nursery space is such a precious area and we've done a lot of them, so we're excited to share what we know with you. We recommend white draperies if you're planning on having more kids, as choosing a specific color, like pink for example, can give it more of a girl's room feel. Having a diffuser for the nursery and having a night lamp can give the nursery a nice atmosphere to make that experience of getting up in the night to tend to your baby a bit more bearable. Try putting a sheep skin at the foot of the crib so you have something nice for your bare feet to stand on. How to design a nursery that looks designed, but has a child/baby element 2:08Draperies and how to decide what to spend/save on 4:27Creating a nursery in a small space, but still loving it 9:46Make a nursery feel special for working mom and stay-at-home mom 13:31Nursery must-haves - “Seating for mom, obviously, a little lamp. So lighting, something kind of small with a 3 way switch so you can do the dimmest one” “Have things on dimmers, it'll be easier in the middle of the night for sure… just have a great chandelier too, like a great light is really great for the kid, again, now and when it'll get older, by putting a special light up top.” 18:22Books for baby 19:04https://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/https://alicelanehome.com/https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHomehttps://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecityNews Letter:https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5
After 18 months and thousands of downloads it was time to have another conversation about the porn problem facing men today. The original episode aired in May 2020 and has become the #1 episode on the Strong By Design podcast show. So, we were happy to welcome back our brother Frank Rich to dig further into this taboo topic plaguing men everywhere. What happens when you relapse? Giving up porn for good isn't just a simple decision requiring no accountability. And then when we mess up, what happens next? Chris Wilson and Mike Westerdal host this powerful Part 2 edition on SBD tackling more of the issues surrounding the porn epidemic and some of the amazing transformations Frank has had with his clients. "Realize that the relapse didn't just happen... a decision was made to look at pornography and a series of events led up to that moment." -Frank Rich Time Stamps 00:00 – The dangers of porn addiction 00:50 – Welcome to the ‘Strong by Design' podcast 02:17 – Get to know Frank Rich of ‘The Super Human Life' podcast 05:04 – Frank talks about his mission to help men break free from porn addiction through the power of faith & fitness 08:15 – Why porn addiction is a problem? 11:33 – Understanding porn addiction relapse 17:02 – The importance of having an accountability partner 22:35 – Host Chris Wilson shares his personal experience with giving up porn 25:54 – What to expect in ‘Reboot Your Life: Become a Man That Can Live Porn Free' 31:31 – Frank on how to break free from porn addiction 35:44 – How to overcome addiction with dopamine detox 45:22 – Frank shares some transformation stories 51:49 – Rebuilt Recovery: Discover the meaning of the company's logo 53:25 – Where you can go to learn more about ‘Reboot Your Life: Become a Man That Can Live Porn Free' Resources RebuiltRecovery.com (use code ‘STRONGBYDESIGN' for $100 off) The Super Human Life Podcast Connect w/ Frank: Facebook Instagram YouTube Connect w/ CriticalBench: Youtube Facebook Instagram CriticalBench.com StrongByDesignPodcast.com
Christopher recently moved from NYC to Utah to work for Riley Blake. We dive into Broadway and mini quilts! You don't want to miss this episode! Find out more about Christopher at http://www.thetattooedquilter.com/blog Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.
Massachusetts architect Chris Novelli joined me in this episode to discuss common mistakes that people make while undertaking a renovation to their house. If you enjoyed this episode then you will enjoy Chris' podcast for homeowners, Home Design Academy. Chris has a book for homeowners coming out soon, working title is Your Guide to Residential Design and Construction Projects,What to Expect and Plan for: An In-Depth Guide to Understanding Each Phase of Designing and Constructing your Custom Home About our guest: Chris Novelli runs his own architectural firm, n3 architecture. Prior to launching n3 architecture, Chris served as a project architect for over 20 years at Studio One, Inc in Springfield, MA where he designed, managed and completed over 100 successful projects. Project types included multifamily housing, affordable senior housing, office and business use, restaurants, historic preservation, educational, religious, community and more. Chris Novelli has taught architectural design studios and construction project management classes at the Boston Architectural College and at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. podcasts: Home Design Academy Empty Lots Links: http://www.n3architecture.com/ (www.n3architecture.com) http://www.n3architecture.com/resources (www.n3architecture.com/resources) to download his 5 tips to get started on your project and to get book updates https://www.instagram.com/n3architecture/ (https://www.instagram.com/n3architecture/) ************************************************************************************ Thanks so much for being with us this week. Please see the episode enhancement for this and other episodes athttps://www.talkinghomerenovations.com/ ( talkinghomerenovations.com) Do you have feedback you would like to share? Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends Don't forget to subscribe to the show and get automatic updates every Wednesday morning with the latest episode of Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven. Clickhttp://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( here) to get the episode enhancements sent directly to your inbox every week. Reviews and ratings help my show gain traction and credibility. Please leave a review here-https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218) Visithttps://my.captivate.fm/www.Talkinghomerenovations.com ( Talkinghomerenovations.com) for episode enhancements, containing photos and more information about the episodes as well as transcripts. There you can leave a voice message through speak pipe that could be included in a future episode. Follow me on instagram: @talkinghomerenovations Join me on Facebook: Talking Home Renovations Follow me on Twitter: @talkinghomereno Join me on TikTok: @The House Maven Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven is part of Gabl Media, the largest, most engaged AEC network on the planet. Visit http://www.gablmedia.com/ (www.Gablmedia.com) for great content. Sign up for the weekly newsletter- I send out the episode enhancements every Wednesday morning, http://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( sign up here) Thanks to Ray Bernoff, the editor of the show.http://www.raybernoff.com/ ( www.RayBernoff.com) Music at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig, written and performed by Neil Pearlman, https://neilpearlman.com/ (www.neilpearlman.com) Show Cover Art by Sam Whitehttp://www.samowhite.com/ ( www.samowhite.com) This podcast is a production of dEmios Architects.http://www.demiosarchitects.com/ ( www.demiosarchitects.com) Support this podcast
Topics Covered: Pre-tax vs. Roth 401(k): There's more to consider than you think - CNBC Student Loan Borrowers Will Get $15 Billion Of Student Loan Cancellation - Forbes Yahoo Finance Presents: Jeffrey Gundlach For full show notes visit: https://sfgway.com/223 Subscribe and click the bell on Youtube and Facebook to become notified when Paul and Cory go live next. This Material is Intended for General Public Use. By providing this material, we are not undertaking to provide investment advice for any specific individual or situation, or to otherwise act in a fiduciary capacity. Please contact one of our financial professionals for guidance and information specific to your individual situation. Sound Financial Inc. dba Sound Financial Group is a registered investment adviser. Information presented is for educational purposes only and does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities, investments, or investment strategies. Investments involve risk and, unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed. Be sure to first consult with a qualified financial adviser and/or tax professional before implementing any strategy discussed herein. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Insurance products and services are offered and sold through Sound Financial Inc. dba Sound Financial Group and individually licensed and appointed agents in all appropriate jurisdictions. This podcast is meant for general informational purposes and is not to be construed as tax, legal, or investment advice. You should consult a financial professional regarding your individual situation. Guest speakers are not affiliated with Sound Financial Inc. dba Sound Financial Group unless otherwise stated, and their opinions are their own. Opinions, estimates, forecasts, and statements of financial market trends are based on current market conditions and are subject to change without notice. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Each week, the Your Business Your Wealth podcast helps you Design and Build a Good Life. No one has a Good Life by default, only by design. Visit us here for more details: yourbusinessyourwealth.com 2021 Sound Financial Inc. yourbusinessyourwealth.com Podcast Produced by Greater North Productions LLC
In one of our favorite episodes from the podcast archives, learn how Jenny overcame childhood bullying and discovered her voice in the sewing community, founding Cashmerette patterns and changing the course of indie sewing history.
Samsung wird seine neuen Galaxy-S22-Smartphones zwar erst am 9. Februar 2022 offiziell vorstellen, doch schon jetzt hat ein Leak das finale Design der drei neuen High-End-Smartphones enthüllt und dazu auch noch in allen Farben. Damit wissen wir schon jetzt, was uns bald erwartet.
Robin Wilson grew up in Austin, TX with awful asthma and allergies. Her parents found a holistic pediatrician that said, “You can raise a strong child or you can raise a child on strong medicine.” So she started swimming, biking, walking, track, etc. to strengthen her lungs instead of taking strong medication. Because of her background, she became an advocate for clean construction. Any number of things on a site can lead to an asthmatic episode. So she dove deep into hypoallergenic design. Now, Robin Wilson is a U.S. lifestyle brand, author, designer and real estate developer. Named to the Inc. magazine Female Founders 100 List in 2020, she is a world-class thought leader on hypoallergenic, sustainable and eco-conscious options for the B2B and B2C marketplace. She is a two time #1 Amazon bestselling author and has been featured on multiple news segments as an expert on eco-friendly design and allergy-focused segments. What You'll Hear On This Episode of Wingnut Social [4:29] Mini News Sesh: Vertical Stories on Instagram [6:40] Designer Robin Wilson's origin story [14:21] Robin's thoughts on design school [22:20] From project management to Clean Design Home [33:42] Robin's marketing process [36:47] Clean Design Home x Martex [47:57] How Robin's marketing focus has shifted [54:38] The What Up Wingnut! Round [56:50] How to connect with Robin Wilson [58:45] Blooper Reel! Connect with Robin Wilson See an overview of Robin's company at https://ablueegg.com/ Robin's Book: Clean Design: Wellness for your Lifestyle Clean Design Home x Martex Follow Robin Wilson Home on Instagram Resources & People Mentioned Photography webinar coming up Feb. 24th! Wingnut Social Episode #12 with Linda Holt The Dream Giver by Bruce Wilkinson Resource Furniture Robin's story: following her passion Robin had a wonderful mentor/sponsor that helped her navigate her future. He asked her, “What would you do if you knew you could not fail?” followed by, “What is your passion?” Her answer was real estate. So he taught her how real estate worked and how to build wealth. She went on to get her Master's in Real Estate Finance. She was one of three women in the graduate program. One of her professors told her that she wasn't going to have an easy road because she was a black woman in a man's world. Instead of being offended, she decided to listen to him. He advised her to figure out something she could do immediately to make her degree worth something. He recommended she become a project manager—the busy homeowners' best friend. She made $1.2 million in her first year in project management. From project management to Clean Design Home Part of Robin's design signature started because she worked on tiny New York apartments that had doors everywhere. So she started implementing pocket doors in her design. On one particular project, she bought a Murphy bed that looked like a desk. She found a table that expanded to fit six people. She treated this client like royalty, not realizing she had connections in the industry. After this project, Robin got a phone call from Adam Glassman, the creative director for Oprah. She didn't return his phone calls because she thought she was being pranked. He called three times before she realized it was the real deal, so she called him back. One project changed the trajectory of her future career. Robin firmly believes, “If you do great work, people will tell four people. If you do poor work and you're nasty, mean, and rude—they will tell 20 people at a dinner party…If you do great work they will tell someone that's a likely customer in the future.” Clean Design Home Clean Design Home came about when Robin wrote her book, “Clean Design: Wellness for your Lifestyle.” It became a #1 best-seller on Amazon. Clean design is everything she does. She puts clean products in people's homes. She supports hypoallergenic lifestyles. Robin had a legacy brand, Robin Wilson Home. But she saw a shift in consumer spending from paying for quality to paying for cheaper products on Amazon. She felt her brand was gone and she was close to quitting. But Robin ended up being featured in articles about the top 10 black businesses to support. She changed to a generic name (Clean Design Home) to speak to her niche. She dug deep into the hypoallergenic space and created luxury products. She found a licensing partner and saw a 3,000% sales increase after the New York Magazine article. She made $80,000 in 30 days. Then she was signed by West Point Home (Martex) and they created “Clean Design X Martex.” In 2020, she was ready to quit. Now she has a global brand in Macy's. What does Robin believe was the secret to her success? How has Robin's marketing focus shifted since she launched her businesses? What tips does she share to help your business grow? Listen to the whole episode to hear more of her awe-inspiring journey. Connect With Darla & Wingnut Social www.WingnutSocial.com On Facebook On Twitter: @WingnutSocial On Instagram: @WingnutSocial Darla's Interior Design Website Check out the Wingnut Social Media Lab Facebook Group! 1-877-WINGNUT (connect with us for your social media marketing needs) Subscribe to The Wingnut Social Podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, or TuneIn Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com
Recently, I saw a meme talking about how you have to sacrifice everything to be successful. My opinion… that idea is trash. This way of thinking hurts people - especially moms who hear it and then think they have to wait or give up on their dreams until their kids are older. It's my mission to expose you to as many examples of caregivers making tons of money, so that you can see that no matter what your circumstances are, you can build the business you want, now. Making lots of money is possible for everyone. On today's podcast episode, I gathered up some of my top earning clients in Simple Scaling Mastermind to share their stories of making lots of money. You'll be hearing the wisdom of six and multiple-six figure earners on how they did it, what they think of common money myths, how their lives have changed, and their advice for you. You'll learn: How surrounding yourself with high earning women shows you what's possible in your own business The secret to making six figures and beyond - it's not what you think! How making more money actually allows for more ease and relaxation, not stress and hustle How keeping things simple will allow you to do less and work smarter in your business Haven't left a review yet? All you have to do is head here. Featured on today's episode: Looking to scale your business? Click here for more information on the Simple Scaling Mastermind. Enrollment opens January 31st-February 2nd! Did you miss my FREE 2022 planning event? It's not too late – you can still register for Design 2022 and get access to all training resources and live coaching recaps. Click here to join. Interested in Mama to CEO? Learn more here! Get visible with my new FREE guide – 61 Ways to Get More Visible to Your Ideal Clients! Click here to download! Feel like you don't have enough time to grow your business? Sign up for my Time Redesigned course HERE
When it comes to the workplace, have you ever felt underappreciated, unmotivated, or even found yourself asking “Why am I here”? In this episode, Your Next Move answers your number one career question: I feel stuck, what should I do? Listen in as your host instructs you to blow up the box that is your job description, department, or role that you or the company has created for you. Whether you have outgrown a job or it no longer serves your passion or skillset, start taking inspired action and get clear on what brings you joy in your career. Tune in as Kimberly asks you the right questions to get you to the right box! KEY POINTS: - What box are you in? - Blow the lid off the box! - Thinking outside the box - reimagine your role - Why it's so important to know your core values - Design the next box you'd like to operate in QUOTABLES: “In order to design that new place, you have to blow up. Blow it all up, start fresh, and determine what will serve you in your next role.” “You have to create a plan to take you from that sunken place, to take you from that stuckness, to make sure that you have the opportunity to make your next move really and truly your best move.” About the book Learn more at nextmovebestmovebook.com Books are available wherever books are sold! Submit your questions for a future show email@example.com Follow Kimberly on Instagram @kimberlybonline - instagram.com/kimberlybonline Your Next Move is edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)
Das ist Folge 635 mit Storytelling-Experten Bernhard Kalhammer. Willkommen zu Unternehmerwissen in 15 Minuten. Mein Name ist Rayk Hahne, Ex-Profisportler und Unternehmensberater. Jede Woche bekommst Du eine sofort anwendbare Trainingseinheit, damit Du als Unternehmer noch besser wirst. Danke das Du Die Zeit mit mir verbringst. Lass uns mit dem Training beginnen. Wenn Dir die Folge gefällt, teile Sie mit Deinen Freunden unter dem Link raykhahne.de/635. In der heutigen Folge geht es um, vier Schritte des Storytellings. Welche 3 wichtigen Punkte kannst Du Dir aus dem heutigen Training mitnehmen? Was eine gute Geschichte ausmacht. Wie Du Deine Geschichte besser erzählst. Warum es um Feinheiten geht. Du kennst sicher jemanden für den diese Folge unglaublich wertvoll ist. Teile sie mit ihm, der Link ist raykhahne.de/635 . Bevor wir gleich mit der Folge starten, habe ich noch eine Empfehlung für Dich. Diesmal in eigener Sache. Möchtest Du wissen warum ich all das mache was ich mache? Willst Du erfahren was meine dunkelste Stunde in meinem Leben war, und wie ich mich da heraus gezogen haben? Meinen Weg und die Werkzeuge die mir dabei geholfen haben teile ich in meinem Buch. Das findest Du überall wo es Bücher gibt oder unter raykhahne.de/buch Rayk: Willkommen Bernhard Kalhammer! Bist Du ready für die heutige Trainingseinheit? Bernhard: Ich bin ready! Rayk: Lass uns gleich starten! Was sind die drei wichtigsten Punkte, die wir über Dich wissen sollten in Bezug auf Beruf, Vergangenheit und etwas Privates? Bernhard: 1. Ich bin studierter Sportmanager und Gründer. 2. Ich war beim Deutschen Sportfernsehen in der Geschäftsführung und Gründer der Firma Kinoheld. 3. Ich liebe das Surfen. Rayk: Deine spezielle Expertise ist das Storytelling. Du hast einen riesengroßen Podcast, tolle Social-Media-Reichweite und ein Buch geschrieben. Was gibst Du den Menschen weiter? Bernhard: Wir geben den Menschen das Storytelling weiter. Wie kannst Du es schaffen, Geschichten zu erzählen? Die Menschheit erzählte sich schon immer Geschichten. Es werden Informationen über Geschichten vermittelt. Schau Dir die Bibel an, eines der ältesten Storytelling-Werke der Welt. Wir schaffen es mithilfe von Storytelling, dass sich Menschen emotional mit uns identifizieren können, dass sie in unsere Welt eintauchen können, dass wir sie mit auf eine Reise nehmen können. Mit Deiner persönlichen Story kannst Du einen Unterschied schaffen, durch Dein Wertesystem, durch die Werte, die Du mit den Menschen da draußen teilst, sodass sie sich mit Dir und Deiner Marke identifizieren können. Meistens geschieht das über ein Personal Brand, also ein Mensch, der vor der Marke steht und mithilfe von Storytelling andere in seine Welt zieht, damit sie auf Augenhöhe sind, um dann am Markt den Unterschied zu erzeugen, sodass der Mensch Dein Produkt, Deine Dienstleistung oder Deinen Service kauft. Rayk: Du hast uns ein spannendes Werkzeug mitgebracht, wie man genau das in sehr kurzer Zeit in allen seinen Kommunikationskanälen erreichen kann. Aber vorher interessiert mich Dein Tiefpunkt. Was war Deine berufliche Weltmeisterschaft, Deine größte Herausforderung? Wie hast Du diese überwunden? Bernhard: Ich hatte vorher eine andere Firma gegründet. Die hieß Styles – eine Online-Plattform für Beauty- und Wellness-Termine. Wir haben einen tollen, riesigen Markt ausgesucht in 2011. Das Problem war aber: Was hatte ich mit dem Beauty- und Wellness-Markt zu tun bis auf das, dass ich zum Friseur gehe. Ich komme aus dem Produktmanagement. Ich weiß, wie man Software entwickelt, und dachte, das wird ein Riesending. Wir haben ein paar wichtige Dinge übersehen in der B2B-Zielgruppe. Die Friseure waren noch nicht bereit, ein Online-Tool für ihre Terminbuchungen zu nutzen. Der Endkonsument war ready, der wollte das. Aber der B2B-Kunde, der für uns wichtig war, wollte das nicht. Die Firma wurde nach eineinhalb Jahren dichtgemacht. Wir haben nicht lange Tränen vergossen. Wir waren am nächsten Tag gleich wieder beim Notar und haben Kinoheld gegründet, eine Firma, die eine ähnliche Mission hatte. Wir waren auch im Buchungsmarkt unterwegs, aber konnten uns viel mehr damit identifizieren. Wir kamen alle vom Fernsehen aus dem Kinobereich, haben Kinofilme geliebt. Wir haben die Firma gegründet und sind losgeritten. Wir waren relativ schnell deutscher Marktführer, haben die Firma relativ schnell aufgebaut – ohne externes Kapital. Das hat das Ganze natürlich mit noch mehr Druck verbunden. Gehälter gab es das erste Jahr überhaupt nicht. Ich hatte zwei Jobs, es war ziemlich anstrengend. Als dann die ersten großen Kunden kamen, konnten wir zumindest uns Gehälter zahlen. Mit dem Erfolg kamen die größeren Firmen auf uns zu, was uns extrem gefreut hat. Wir waren also nicht in einer Bittsteller-Position, bei der wir um Investments bitten mussten oder um einen möglichen Exit. Die Firmen kamen auf uns zu. Rayk: Was war der Tiefpunkt an der Stelle? Bernhard: Der Tiefpunkt war tatsächlich, dass wir die Firma verkauft haben. Als ich operativ aus der Firma raus war, stand ich erst einmal vor dem Nichts. Das war mein Baby, meine Firma. Ich wusste erst einmal nicht, was ich machen soll. Ich habe ein halbes Jahr gebraucht, um wieder klarzukommen. Es hat mich emotional mitgenommen, dieses Baby abzugeben, operativ nichts mehr zu machen. Nach 14-Stunden-Tagen nichts mehr zu machen, war ziemlich crazy für mich. Rayk: Wie schaffen wir es, dass wir genauso gut im Storytelling sind wie Du? Wie schaffen wir es, das in unsere Kommunikation aufzunehmen? Welches Werkzeug hast Du für uns? Bernhard: Ich gebe euch ein ganz einfaches System mit, egal ob ihr Social-Media-Beiträge auf LinkedIn schreibt, Newsletter schreibt, auf eurer Website Geschichten erzählt. Denn das müsst ihr, um den Menschen, den Website-Besucher, den Kunden abzuholen. Ich habe für euch die Vier-Schritte-Storytelling-Formel. Als Erstes braucht eure Geschichte einen Protagonisten. Zweiter Schritt: Dieser Protagonist muss ein klares Ziel haben. Der dritte Schritt ist, dass er Hindernisse überwinden muss. Und der vierte Schritt ist, dass er sich verändern muss, um sein Ziel zu erreichen. Der Protagonist kannst entweder Du sein, das kann aber auch Dein Kunde sein. Ich empfehle euch, immer den Kunden als Protagonisten zu wählen, weil er möchte nicht eure Heldenreise hören oder sehen. Er will seine eigene sehen und sucht jemanden, der ihn an die Hand nimmt und durch dieses Tal der Tränen führt. Dieser Kunde muss ein klares Ziel haben: mehr Umsatz, mehr Traffic, was auch immer. Es gilt Hindernisse zu überwinden oder er muss sich verändern. Also welche neuen Kanäle muss er zum Beispiel bespielen? Wie schafft er es, in Zukunft neuen Traffic zu generieren, neue Kunden zu generieren, um mehr Umsatz zu erreichen? Das ist am Ende sein Ziel. Rayk: Ich habe beispielsweise eine Digital-Agentur und programmiere Webseiten. Wie kann ich das jetzt aufgreifen? Wie würde so ein Beispiel aussehen? Bernhard: Du versuchst, die Vier-Schritte-Storytelling-Formel anhand eines Kunden umzusetzen. Gehen wir davon aus, der Kunde braucht eine neue Website. Der Kunde ist der Protagonist. Sein klares Ziel ist, dass er eine neue Website braucht, weil seine ziemlich creepy aussieht. Das Hindernis, das er überwinden muss – also die Veränderung, die er machen muss –, ist die Einführung einer neuen Technologie. Er braucht ein neues Content Management System, ein neues Design. Da kommst Du ins Spiel, als Guide, als Mentor, der ihm jetzt das Elixier gibt, diese neue Webseite umzusetzen. Mit Deiner Hilfe schafft er das – ob Du operativ daran arbeitest oder eine Beratung machst. Er schafft es, sein Ziel zu erreichen, die neue Website live zu haben. Das ist die Transformation, die Du leitest. Rayk: Was ist der Vorteil, wenn man seine persönliche Unternehmerstory transparent macht? Ich bin auch eher als Personenmarke geprägt. Kannst Du da unterscheiden, ob es für den Malermeister, für den Zahnarzt auch Sinn macht, sich selbst als Personenmarke zu sehen? Bernhard: Es ist ganz einfach: Mit wem will ein Mensch kommunizieren? Nicht mit einem Logo, nicht mit einer Marke, sondern mit einem anderen Menschen. Es ist immer eine menschliche Interaktion – auch im B2B oder im B2C. Deshalb haben Personenmarken auch so eine starke Wirkung am Markt. Alle großen Companies haben immer eine Personenmarke, den CEO vornewegreiten. Das ist ganz wichtig. Egal, was Du da draußen machst: Es gibt immer ein Konzept, dass ein Personal Brand als Satellit vor diesem Unternehmen steht. Rayk: Wie können wir denn mit euch in Kontakt treten? Was ist der beste Weg, um von euch mehr zu erfahren? Bernhard: Schaut bei unserem Podcast „Geschichten, die verkaufen“ vorbei, findet ihr auf allen gängigen Podcast-Plattformen, Spotify, iTunes etc. pp. Schaut auf www.geschichtendieverkaufen.de vorbei. Da findet ihr alles zu den Themen Storytelling, Business Storytelling und Content Marketing. Aber der Podcast ist der beste Einstieg, weil da teilen wir unser komplettes Wissen mit euch. Rayk: Vielen Dank, dass Du Deine Zeit und Erfahrung mit uns geteilt hast. Ich freue mich auf das nächste Gespräch mit Dir. Bernhard: Super, danke Dir. die Shownotes zu dieser Folge findest Du unterde/635 alle Links habe ich Dir dort aufbereitet und Du kannst die Inhalte der Folge noch einmal nachlesen Dir hat die Folge gefallen und Du konntest sofort etwas umsetzen? Dann sei ein Held für jemanden und teile diese Folge.: Erst den Podcast abonnieren unter raykhahne.de/podcast , oder folge mir bei Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn oder YouTube; denn ich bin hier, um Dich als Unternehmer noch besser zu machen. Danke das Du die Zeit mit uns verbracht hast. Das Training ist vorbei, jetzt liegt es an Dir. Viel Spaß mit der Umsetzung.
Ding. Boing. Drop. Messaging platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams are now solidified as the go-to business apps and tools in the workplace. But based on the constant interruptions and distraction they cause, should they be?In this episode, I cover five tips you didn't even know you needed to make Slack and other messaging tools more productive. Instead of deep technical specifics, these are strategic shifts that can change the way you and your colleagues use messaging tools for the better. You'll move from the world of real-time distraction to an environment that supports more deep, creative work.Watch the video version of this episode.Other Episodes You're Using the WRONG Doc Editor Video Clips to Reduce Meetings Now Slack Joins Salesforce Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com
I'm Josh Cooperman and this is Convo By Design. The podcast is celebrating 9 years serving the design and architecture community. Today on the show, Bill and Phylis Taylor of the firm Taylor & Taylor with a conversation about sun soaked architecture in Miami and that classic Florida style. I love talking architecture and design, but that are really 2 different conversations. Design in the story of design and architecture is the language, more specifically, the language and dialect. Florida has a style and the Taylor's know it well, speak it fluently and they are here to share it with you. I think every geographic location should have its own distinct dialect. Why? Because as in any dialect of a particular language, a regional or geographic style speaks to the nuances of that particular location. It also speaks best design and build practices as it relates to local weather conditions, traffic, noise, lifestyle and other elements that are hyper-local. South Florida is very different from the panhandle as the western coast is different from the eastern coast and the Keys. This is exactly why I do so love conversations like the one you are about to hear with Bill and Phyllis Taylor. This is another installment of the Wellness & Design Thought Leadership Series presented by ThermaSol. An amazing partner in design. You are listening to my conversation with dynamic design duo Bill & Phyllis Taylor. We will return right after this from York Wallcoverings, a new favorite of mine and partner in our 2022 Remote Design House | Tulsa. Thank you York Wallcoverings, now back to my conversation with the Taylors, part of the Wellness & Design Thought Leadership Series presented by ThermaSol. Thank you, Phyllis and Bill. Florida Style, love it! Thank you ThermaSol, Article, York Wallcoverings and Franz Viegener for your partnership. You are remarkable partners and amazing allies for the trade. And, thank you for listening, remember why you do what you do and that the business of design is about making better the lives of those we serve. Until next week. Be well and take today first.
Ruizhi Liu, Sr. Lead Experience Designer at Travelers insurance joins us to share his journey from an industrial product designer to an Experience Design leader. Ruizhi shares his successes with semantic profiling workshops and how those lead to a visual direction a product takes. His passion for design operations using experimentation and collaboratively iterating is percolating in the org. Ruizhi is hiring talented professionals to make his team strongly move to a culture of cohesive design and development.
Most people live their life by default rather than by design because it's easy to get swept away in the mundane. Then you wake up in 5, 10 or 15 years and wonder what happened. The hard path is the intentional one. It's the life you create, by the decisions you make everyday. It's hard to wake up every morning and decide what kind of life you want to lead. But rather than asking for it to be easier, what if we changed our relationship to hard? This episode paves the way for a new discussion about how to intentionally create your life rather than let it float by.
Marci Ferrell from "The Thankful Homemaker" podcast, answers helpful questions such as: what is the biblical support for women to be homemakers, even single women? What homemaking skills do you wished you had mastered before marriage and family? How do you keep the right attitude in homemaking so that you don't neglect or idolize it? What if you don't enjoy cooking and cleaning? What are your favorite homemaking tools? And do you think single women have an allowance to put homemaking on the back burner so that they can prioritize other ministries better? firstname.lastname@example.org https://thankfulhomemaker.com/podcast/ Recommended Resources Recipe Organization App: https://www.paprikaapp.com/ SH-MOP :https://www.amazon.com/SH-MOP-SH-WIPES-TELESCOPING-ALUMINUM-HANDLE/dp/B0039PEB6W/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=SH-MOP&qid=1642626720&sr=8-2 Wool Dryer Balls: https://www.amazon.com/Wool-Dryer-Balls-Alternative-Softener/dp/B014WOWNAY/ref=sr_1_5?crid=1ASPOB0TC68CV&keywords=wool%2Bdryer%2Bballs&qid=1642626780&sprefix=wool%2Bdryer%2Bballs%2Caps%2C131&sr=8-5&th=1 "Laundress" Detergent: https://www.amazon.com/Laundress-No-Laundry-Detergent-fl/dp/B00M9ZQW5Q/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2V58TXN8N2P8D&keywords=Laundress&qid=1642626824&rdc=1&sprefix=laundress%2B%2Caps%2C127&sr=8-5&th=1
While we are busy making season ten of The Design of Business | The Business of Design, here's an episode from our new show, The Futures Archive. What do you think about when you think about a ball? About play? On this episode of The Futures Archive Lee Moreau and Saeed Arida discuss the ball, play, and learning, with insights from Josh Chetwynd, Kimberlie Birks, AnnMarie Thomas, and students from the Elliot K-8 Innovation School in Boston.To hear more from our archive, find The Design of Business | The Business of Design on Apple podcasts, or your favorite podcast app!
Happy New Year! Is it too far into the year to say that? What about making a new year's resolution… too late for that too? Not for me. In this episode, I'm going to share with you my new year's resolution, my hope for this community and I'm going to do that in just one word. It's time to take control of your business. Become a member of Business of Design®, today: https://businessofdesign.com/?ref=2&campaign=podcast
Pepita Sandwich grew up feeling like she couldn't be an artist because her work wasn't realistic enough. Josefina — who goes by her nickname Pepita Sandwich — is a Brooklyn-based illustrator and cartoonist who loves to capture “crappy magic” and nostalgic emotions with her creative work.She was raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina and grew up visiting art museums and eating endless amounts of ice cream at her grandfather's ice cream shop. Pepita pursued a degree in Fashion Design from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, but after graduation, she quickly followed her passion for illustration and comics.Once she published Survival Diaries in 2016, she made her way to the US to pursue an MFA in cartooning at The Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont. While studying for her MFA, she wrote and published her second book, Women Move Mountains, with Penguin Random House. She's gone on to work with clients such as The Washington Post, The New Yorker, and Adidas.In this episode, we go over how she discovered cartooning and illustration, why she decided to move to the US, the pressure that comes with sharing your work on social media, and why she just loves to cry.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, or on your favorite podcast platform.Topics Covered:Growing up in Buenos Aires with an Art Historian mother and Engineer FatherFrequenting Art Museums in her childhood and how it impacted her workFeeling the pressure of being a “Fine Artist”Graduating with a Fashion Design degree from Universidad de Buenos AiresHow to explain a creative career to your parents and familyThe pros and cons of the rise of social mediaDealing with social media comparison and toxicityPursuing an MFA in Comics at The Center for Cartoon Studies in VermontPublishing Women Move Mountains in 2019 and Survival Diaries in 2016Experiencing culture shock from moving from Buenos Aires to VermontThe origin story of the name Pepita SandwichMaking bilingual comics in order to expand her audience and reach the US marketDeveloping a book on crying and the associated taboos of cryingLaunching her new class about having a visual diary to capture a feelingGuest InfoCheck out Pepita's Instagram, Patreon, and new visual diary course on Domestika.Special OfferListeners of the podcast can get a free, undated weekly and monthly planner inspired by the show from our website here.Follow Host Fabiola Lara between episodes:InstagramYoutubeTikTok
Richard Flood serves on the International Leadership Council and Ideas City Initiative at the New Museum. For nine years, he was the museum's Director of Special Projects and Curator at Large, and from 2005 to 2010, he served as Chief Curator. Prior to this, he was Chief Curator and Deputy Director at the Walker Art Center. He has curated notable exhibitions of the work of Rivane Neuenschwander, Sigmar Polke, and other artists. Flood previously served as the director of Barbara Gladstone Gallery, curator at P.S. 1, and Managing Editor of Artforum. He has taught at the Rhode Island Institute of Art and Design, The Royal College of Art in London, and the National College of Art and Design in Dublin. His writing has appeared frequently in Artforum, Parkett, and Frieze. www.newmuseum.org · www.creativeprocess.info
Seine Werke gehören zu den teuersten auf dem internationalen Kunstmarkt. Im Februar wird Gerhard Richter 90 Jahre alt. Das Albertinum in Dresden ehrt ihn mit einer Jubiläumsausstellung. [00:01:35] PreRoll [00:02:15] Begrüßung Elke Buhr [00:06:17] Kapitalistischer Realismus [00:07:25] Biografie Gerhard Richter [00:08:36] Gerhard Richter und die deutsche Geschichte [00:10:14] Womit ist Richter berühmt geworden? [00:13:01] Stellung zum eigenen Werk [00:14:29] Was macht Richter aktuell? [00:15:19] Überleitung Teil zwei [00:15:50] Trenner [00:16:06] Einleitung, Gespräch Dietmar Elger [00:16:35] Begrüßung Dietmar Elger [00:17:18] Die Person Gerhard Richter [00:20:06] Faszination an Gerhard Richter damals und heute? [00:23:50] Kernprinzipien von Richters Arbeit [00:27:45] Richter benennt ein Bild nach Elger [00:28:26] Wann ist ein Bild fertig? [00:30:17] Ausstellung „Es ist, wie es it – It is as it is“ von 2020 [00:34:05] Arbeit am Werkverzeichnis [00:36:58] Bedeutung des Werkverzeichnis [00:37:52] Stellung zum eigenen Werk [00:39:18] Ausstellung „Gerhard Richter. Portraits. Glas. Abstraktionen“ [00:42:46] Verabschiedung [00:43:27] Outro und Ankündigungen >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/kultur/monopol-podcast-gerhard-richter
A little while back, Paul and Rich did an episode on the promises of Web3 — but there's still more to be said. This week, they chat with internet pioneer Michael Sippey to get more clarity on what Web3 entails. Michael explains the three main components that make up Web3 (think DeFi, NFTs, and DAOs) and shares why he's so excited about its possibilities. Links:Michael Sippey Tim O'Reilly - What is Web 2.0Nexus Mutual Nouns Project Friends With Benefits
Design takes many forms and shapes. It is an art, a science, and a method for problem solving. For Bob Goodman, a Project Management and Design Executive the way to view design is as a story and a narrative that conveys the solution to the customer. As a former journalist with 20 years of experience in consumer and enterprise software, Bob has a unique perspective on enabling end-user decision making with data. Having worked in both product management and UX, Bob shapes the narrative on approaching product management and product design as parts of a whole, and we talked about how data products fit into this model. Bob also shares why he believes design and product need to be under the same umbrella to prevent organizational failures. We also discussed the challenges and complexities that come with delivering data-driven insights to end users when ML and analytics are behind the scenes. An overview of Bob's recent work as an SVP of product management - and why design, UX and product management were unified. (00:47) Bob's thoughts on centralizing the company data model - and how this data and storytelling are integral to the design process. (06:10) How product managers and data scientists can gain perspective on their work. (12:22) Bob describes a recent dashboard and analytics product, and how customers were involved in its creation. (18:30) How “being wrong” is a method of learning - and a look at what Bob calls the “spotlight challenge.” (23:04) Why productizing data science is challenging. (30:14) Bob's advice for making trusted data products. (33:46) Quotes from Today's Episode “[I think of] product management and product design as a unified function. How do those work together? There's that Steve Jobs quote that we all know and love that design is not just what it looks like but it's also how it works, and when you think of it that way, kind of end-to-end, you start to see product management and product design as a very unified.”- Bob Goodman (@bob_goodman) (01:34) “I have definitely experienced that some people see product management and design and UX is quite separate [...] And this has been a fascinating discovery because I think as a hybrid person, I didn't necessarily draw those distinctions. [...] From product and design standpoint, I personally was often used to, especially in startup contexts, starting with the data that we had to work with [...]and saying, ‘Oh, this is our object model, and this is where we have context, [...]and this is the end-to-end workflow.' And I think it's an evolution of the industry that there's been more and more specialization, [and] training, and it's maybe added some barriers that didn't exist between these disciplines [in the past].”- Bob Goodman (@bob_goodman) (03:30) “So many projects tend to fail because no one can really define what good means at the beginning. The strategy is not clear, the problem set is not clear. If you have a data team that thinks the job is to surface the insights from this data, a designer is thinking about the users' discrete tasks, feelings, and objectives. They are not there to look at the data set; they are there to answer a question and inform a decision. For example, the objective is not to look at sleep data; it may be to understand, ‘am I'm getting enough rest?'”- Brian T. O'Neill (@rhythmspice) (08:22) “I imagine that when one is fascinated by data, it might be natural to presume that everyone will share this equal fascination with a sort of sleuthing or discovery. And then it's not the case, It's TL;DR. And so, often users want the headline, or they even need the kind of headline news to start at a glance. And so this is where this idea of storytelling with data comes in, and some of the research [that helps us] understand the mindset that consumers come to the table with.”- Bob Goodman (@bob_goodman) (09:51) “You were talking about this technologist's idea of being ‘not user right, but it's data right.' I call this technically right, effectively wrong. This is not an infrequent thing that I hear about where the analysis might be sound, or the visualization might technically be the right thing for a certain type of audience. The difference is, are we designing for decision-making or are we designing to display the data that does tell some story, whether or not it informs the human decision-making that we're trying to support? The latter is what most analytics solutions should strive to be”- Brian T. O'Neill (@rhythmspice) (16:11) “We were working to have a really unified approach and data strategy, and to deliver on that in the best possible way for our clients and our end-users [...]. There are many solutions for custom reports, and drill-downs and data extracts, and we have all manner of data tooling. But in the part that we're really productizing with an experience layer on top, we're definitely optimizing on the meaningful part versus the display side [which] maybe is a little bit of a ‘less is more' type of approach.”- Bob Goodman (@bob_goodman) (17:25) “Delivering insights is simply the topic that we're starting with, which is just as a user, as a reader, especially a business reader, ‘how much can I intake? And what do I need to make sense of it?' How declarative can you be, responsibly and appropriately to bring the meaning and the insights forward?There might be a line that's too much.”- Bob Goodman (@bob_goodman) (33:02) Links Referenced LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobgoodman/
Amplifier designer Jason Stoddard takes us through the signal path of an amplifer. Jason talks us across all the elements and parts of amplifier design, starting with the analog signal and ending with speaker or headphone output. He provides tips on what to look for in good parts, as well as what topogies work best in any given situation. It's a great epsiode chock full of interesting information and antecdotes for anyone who ever wondered how amplifiers really work. S6E10 Sponsors: MUSICALSURROUNDINGSdotCOM - World-Class Analog Equipment SVSOUNDdotCOM– Join the Sound R|Evolution. SCHIITdotCOM - Audio Components Designed & Built in California & Texas, Starting At $49 WHARFEDALEUSAdotCOM - Legendary British Sound – Elevated
It's January, which means it's time for "what's in" and "what's out” on the GUSSIE. In this episode, we break down the top design trends for 2022 (think brown furniture, matte paint, earth tones) and bid an overdue good riddance to the fads of yesteryear (buh-bye white shiplap!). We also reflect on how our culture — from hit shows to politics to cultural movements — directly impacts the design industry. What does 2022 have in store for the world of interiors? Tune-in to find out.
This episode is a guest interview from my friend Karryn Olson, continuing the conversation series on right livelihoods. Sitting down with The Renegade Economist Della Z. Duncan, they discuss what right livelihood can mean and how we can manifest it in the world, in this moment. They also share the structural issues which currently exist, […] The post The Renegade Economist on Right Livelihoods appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
I had the honor of interviewing PBL expert Trevor Muir on what it means to get started with PBL. Check out the podcast below. Listen to the Podcast If you enjoy this blog but you'd like to listen to it on the go, just click... The post Trevor Muir Answers Key Questions About PBL appeared first on John Spencer.
YouTube Series, Chakra Magic - I'm bringing these to you, here on the podcast because I'm enjoying them so much!The Solar Plexus Chakra is the emotional center as well as the seat of identity, the I am, the “God in me”, the inner CEO – there is so much magic with this energy center!In this video series, Tricia will share tips on how to enhance your magickal, manifestation practice with your chakra system. In each video, you will learn some of the basics of each chakra, as well as something new – fresh, channeled insight for your magickal life!Tricia Carr is a spiritual teacher, empathic channel, multidimensional medium, certified hypnotherapist and animal telepath.Empathic Channel. Reflector. Teacher of Nature + Spirit. Eclectic Esoteric. Panpsychist. Animist. Celtic/Norse Witch Descendant. Gaia Prophet. Fae Whisperer. Telepath. Synesthete--> The 2022 Intuitive Intensive Begins January 23, 2022 -- Register now!https://class.lightshineacademy.com/2022ii/--> Mystic Arts Academy with Tricia Carr, Register or Subscribehttps://triciacarrcharm.com/mystic-arts-academy/ Mentioned in this Video:The Healing Power of Holy Flameshttps://youtu.be/5N2xkMt_33I--> Tricia Carr:www.triciacarrcharm.comhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/charmed-life-with-tricia-carr/id1173744974https://www.facebook.com/TriciaCarrCharmhttps://www.instagram.com/triciacarrcharm/--> Join the Charmed Life Mailing List for Spirit guidance, show announcements, special offers and free giftshttps://app.convertkit.com/landing_pages/444740?v=7--> Charmed Meditation Storehttps://triciacarrcharm.com/store/--> The Lightshine PodcastiTunes https://rb.gy/txw4e8YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChZ9xJNbH9NYhGhz4nVDkVgInstagram https://www.instagram.com/lightshinespiritualacademy/--> Join the Lightshine Lab!https://www.facebook.com/groups/thelightworkerslab
About This Episode: When it comes to goals, sometimes we can get so over focused on an outcome (i.e., the lbs. on the scale, the $ in the account, the deadline at work, etc.), that the stress it causes can actually work against us. In this #WalkWithMe episode, I talk about what is even more important than the result you are going after right now—and how getting this part right will improve your chances of achieving it. *** Subscribe to the ALIVE by Design podcast on: Apple Podcast, go to https://alivebydesign.com/subscribe YouTube, go to https://www.youtube.com/BlakeMallen Audible / Amazon Music, go to https://www.audible.com/pd/Podcast/B0... Spotify, go to https://open.spotify.com/show/2gG0iey... Google Podcast, go to https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0… For all episodes and show notes, go to https://alivebydesign.com *** If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes. It takes less than 1 minute, and it really makes a difference in helping spread this message. Go to https://alivebydesign.com/subscribe *** Drop by and say “Hi!” Instagram: https://instagram.com/blakemallen TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@blakemallen? Facebook: https://facebook.com/blakemallen.page Twitter: https://twitter.com/blakemallen LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/blakemallen YouTube: https://youtube.com/blakemallen *** Additional Resources: Subscribe to my Newsletter at https://BlakeMallen.com Watch my TED Talk: https://ShiftTheScript.com Interested in sponsoring the podcast? https://alivebydesign.com/sponsor
Lorne Buchman is the President of ArtCenter College of Design and Host of the ChangeLab Podcast. He's also the author of a new book called Make To Know: From Spaces of Uncertainty to Creative Discovery. Lorne returns to join host Mike Palmer in an exploration of the themes in his new book and its relevance to the world of education and beyond. Lorne begins by explaining how many of the notions of artistic genius and vision are myths that can be limiting to those learning to engage in creative endeavors. In many cases, rather than delivering on a preconceived vision, creators enter into a space of uncertainty to engage in the making process to discover what they're trying to express. Using examples ranging from writers to visual artists, songwriters to architects, we learn about the components of the make to know experience that are shared across the varied fields of creative expression. We conclude by looking for lessons from Make to Know that apply to leadership and education with references the Beatles Get Back documentary and the building of traffic roundabouts in an engaging exploration into creativity and the act of making things. Subscribe to Trending in Education wherever you get your podcasts. Visit us at TrendinginEd.com for more insightful perspectives from thinkers grappling with important topics.
Do you ever wish you possessed greater communication skills? The first place to start developing this powerful tool is by implementing active listening. In this episode Lori and Jimmy share four skills that will take your listening skills to greater heights. You will gain insight into: • How to show your attention and nonverbal responses to the other person or persons. • Why you must be careful and skillful in asking probing questions to retain interest in the other person. • When to ask clarifying questions during a conversation. • Why you should reflect the feelings and be attuned to the other party's nonverbal communications. • Who you may become by honing this skill and commanding the room whenever you arrive to an event! Thank you for subscribing to the podcast! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes by clicking here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/live-a-life-by-design/id1458394765. Living life on your terms is the ideal lifestyle! To help you achieve greatness in the form you desire, place "Listen to Live a Life by Design Podcast" on your weekly to-do list every Monday. Each episode is loaded with helpful, practical and insightful tips, hacks, and strategies to accomplish your goals. A full transcript of this episode can be found at: https://livealifeby.design/podcast/becoming-an-active-listener/. Additional resources to help you with implementation, or to learn more on the subject, of active listening skills mentioned in this episode can be found by clicking: https://livealifeby.design/resource/book/. To sign up for the FREE newsletter to gain greater clarity and insight to Living your Life by Design, go to https://livealifeby.design/ and click the "Subscribe" button at the bottom of the page. Subscribe today to give yourself something that provides you growth and opportunity to yield your Bigger, Better and Bolder YOU! The podcast is available on other platforms: • If you enjoy using Google Podcasts, click here: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnNvdW5kY2xvdWQuY29tL3VzZXJzL3NvdW5kY2xvdWQ6dXNlcnM6NTA3Mzk0MTgyL3NvdW5kcy5yc3M • If you prefer to listen to the podcast on Spotify, click here: https://open.spotify.com/show/6oDHaMCCvoEutZ1Ac9Lqm4 • Listen to the podcast on Amazon Music, click here: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/bae20f5b-2d92-4584-ad59-41f09b550494/Live-a-Life-By-Design To follow Jimmy's blog pertaining to all things in life that are most important, click here: https://livealifeby.design/living-a-life-by-design-blog/
Shuli Steele is the Director of the Higher Education market at Planon, a global leader in smart building technologies. She's an author, a TEDx speaker, and a self-titled learner advocate.In this episode, Shuli shares how space planning at the campus is evolving. We discuss campus and work/life culture and what we really crave from others when it comes to our time in the workplace. Click here to get your FREE copy of the Imagine a Place journal: Connect with Doug below: On Instagram: @Douglas_ShapiroOn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doshapiro/ By Email: email@example.comEmail Imagine a Place: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nir Eyal is on a mission to help us all become indistractable. Technology has done a lot of wonderful things for us over the last decade. Tasks that were once extremely time-consuming or monotonous are now a lot more simple. On the flip side, we can become extremely distracted by technology and it can keep us from focusing on what matters most. And for me, that's family. Nir shares how parents, like me, can control our attention and choose our lives ... while still living with the benefits of technology. EPISODE RESOURCES Firstly: Smart budgeting tools and real-life advice to get you on the path to family financial wellness. Learn more today! Nir and Far (Website) Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life (Book) Guest Bio – Nir Eyal Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. Nir previously taught as a Lecturer in Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Nir co-founded and sold two tech companies since 2003 and was dubbed by The M.I.T. Technology Review as, “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology.” Bloomberg Businessweek wrote, “Nir Eyal is the habits guy. Want to understand how to get app users to come back again and again? Then Eyal is your man.” He is the author of two bestselling books, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products and Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life. OTHER EPISODES YOU MIGHT LIKE Family Wealth and Happiness: 10 Steps to a Better Tomorrow (Today) How We Paid Off Our 15 Year Mortgage in 5 Years 50% to 10%: Why We're Happy Saving Less in FIRE Journey MKM RESOURCES MKM Coaching: Request your free 15-minute consultation YouTube Instagram Voicemail DISCLAIMER This show may contain affiliate links or links from our advertisers where we earn a commission, direct payment or products. Opinions are the creators alone. Information shared on this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. Marriage Kids and Money (www.marriagekidsandmoney.com) is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
Annie Lee, the principal planner of Daughter of Design, joins Andy in this episode of The Wedding Biz to reflect on her career and her accomplishments, of which there are many! In addition to being the principal planner of Daughter of Design, Annie is the author of Learn to Speak Wedding: Flashcards for Beginners and the founder of Plannie, a global platform to hire an event planner by the hour. Daughter of Design has been named as a top planner by Harper's Bazaar, The Knot, Martha Stewart, Brides, and PartySlate, and Annie has come to be known by various names such as “The Wedding Doctor” by Refinery29, “Party Planner” by New York Magazine, “Celebrity Entertaining Expert” by People Magazine, and more! She even has the honor of being named one of only five Women of Style by Modern Luxury Miami! Annie actually started her career in marketing by interning with San Francisco Opera, and she enthusiastically reveals that that is where her love for events comes from. Her family also does interior design, so she grew up around design which she later married to her love for events. She walks us through her story and how she came to found Daughter of Design, highlighting some of her favorite moments of her career so far and describing her signature style. She also talks about how her major in History plays a role in her event designing career and her attention to detail. Touching upon her business having plummeted a bit back in 2016, Annie also addresses a lot of the challenges that she has faced over the course of her career so far and the life lessons that resulted from them. She talks about several changes that she has had to put in place over the years and how she thrives on growth and evolution. Andy had such a great time talking with Annie and really appreciates her time, and he hopes that you enjoy listening to the conversation. Be sure to visit Annie's website and her social media platforms, and also be sure to share this interview with at least three good friends and/or colleagues who might benefit from and/or enjoy it and to leave a top review of the podcast wherever you listen! Andy would also like to encourage you to check out a special offer from Annie's company Plannie to industry professionals looking for a day-of producer for their events! Receive the first hour free, and anyone looking to connect with a planner for hourly consultations receives a 25% discount on the first three hours! Plannie is particularly useful with destination event local help! Just be sure to mention The Wedding Biz! Have you heard about Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey on The Wedding Biz Network? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Time Stamps [0:40] – Andy announces Annie Lee of Daughter of Design as this episode's guest. [2:01] – Annie reflects on where her love for events comes from. [4:25] – Annie reveals why she moved to New York City. [6:35] – We learn about one of Annie's favorite moments from her career. [8:23] – Annie details how she started full-time in 2008 during an economic recession. [10:38] – Learn how Annie's background in History benefited her during the 2008 recession. [13:33] – Annie walks us through her typical process with her clients. [17:52] – Annie identifies managing clients' expectations as the most challenging part of her job. [20:48] – Annie comments on the life lessons that she learns from challenges. [22:52] – Annie tells us about having lost a lot of business several years ago and makes guesses as to why. [24:15] – We discover how Annie overcame her business suffering a bit a few years ago. [27:24] – Annie argues that most wedding planners are not compensated fairly. [28:52] – Learn why Annie only charges hourly now. [31:35] – Annie addresses using Maroo. [34:22] – Andy and Annie discuss planners and clients sharing responsibility when an event needs to be canceled. [37:14] – Annie asserts that evolving and changing is a necessity for her. [39:26] – Learn where to find Annie online. 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How to Harmonize Art with Design & Bring a Brand to Life For over 20+ years Phillip J. Clayton has been focused on building strategic relationships aimed at developing quality business solutions that impact brand design and development. As a practice and not as an off-the-shelf service. Fine art was his foundation, design became his purpose. He's a hybrid consultant, with a focus centered around Art & Design, Brand Design & Development, Packaging Design, Business, Advertising & Marketing. Listen as we chat about art, creativity, design and meaning.
Photo: "Russia [then the USSR, including Ukraine] is taking a hold of China because of the conflict over the Oosterspoor. In the background, the peacefully-eating donkey of the League of Nations. Design for a political cartoon." @Batchelorshow #ClassicUkraine: Turning away. Anatol Lieven @QuincyInst (Originally aired July 29, 2021) "Fed up with the U.S., Ukraine cuts deals with China and shuts up about the Uyghurs" Ukraine turns from Washington and Berlin to Beijing. Anatol Lieven @QuincyInst https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/fed-u-s-ukraine-cuts-deals-china-shuts-about-uyghurs-n1275192