Brought you by PerformBetter.com The Meeting of the Minds Summit is coming Dec 2-4, click here for more info Highlights of Episode 321 Naamly "Hit The Gym with a Strength Coach" SegmentBuild Lasting Relationships Through Personalized Communication David Joyce, author of "High-Performance Training for Sports" We spoke about: Changes is high-performance sport over the last few years The new edition of "High-Performance Training for Sports" Establishing and developing resilience Developing athletic capabilities Enhancing and sustaining performance His chapter - Retraining the Injured Athlete much more The StrengthCoach.com Coaches Corner with Coach Boyle We spoke about: His article "Hypertrophy Training for Athletes" Why he never trains athletes with the goal of producing muscle hypertrophy Taking body types into consideration Applying all of this to female athletes Partner Offer from AG1 by Athletic Greens Subscribe and get a 1 year supply of Vitamin D, 5 Travel packs and 20% off The KISS Marketing "Business Secrets for Gym Owners" Segment with Vince Gabriele Vince discusses "Preparing Now for Black Friday Offers" If you need some help with your marketing head over to www.kissmarketing.net to book a FREE coaching call with Will “The Tech Nerd” Matheson…Also known as…Vince Gabriele's secret marketing weapon. The Tech Nerd will take a look at your current marketing plan and give you some real time profit boosting advice…so you can stop stressing about your marketing and start seeing more money in your checking account. About "Be Like the Best" During the last 12 years of interviewing many strength coaches, fitness professionals, physical therapists and gym owners, Anthony Renna has accumulated a rolodex of “The Best of the Best” in the fitness profession. This book is a collection of interviews with some of those top successes. Through his conversations, you'll learn how they evolved in their careers, what habits and traits they believe made them successful, their goal setting processes, how they get through the hard times everyone faces and even some books to read and people they recommend following. After each interview, you'll find a challenge or action step based on an important takeaway from each interview. These are designed to encourage you to build the habits to Be Like the Best on your journey to dominating in this profession. As a fitness professional, you're already making an impact in your clients, athletes and patients. This book will help you stand out in a crowded field and help guide you on the road to success. Go to BeLiketheBest.com for more info Thanks for Listening!
Benny Lewis and Shannon Kennedy chat with Juliana Russell of Language Mindset about supporting kids learning languages, resilience in language learning, and if kids really are better language learners than adultsFeatured ResourcesitalkiMentioned in this Episode italki Gus on the Go Duolingo The Language Mindset Juliana's Instagram Juliana's Facebook Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: Developing a passion for languages through failure Building a language business Strategies for teaching children languages Are kids really better language learners than adults? Advantages and disadvantages for kids learning languages How parents can support their children learning another language even if they're not a native speaker How to be a more resilient language learner How to support a child who is resisting learning a new language Ways to practice language with your kids outside of the classroom How to maintain your languages when you can't travel Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
Guest Kate Kelly had grown up thinking about herself as an athlete. But she also was someone who sought out joy in all aspects of her life. She liked being around kids, so figured she would be an educator. But something whispered to her that educating kids wasn't all about being in the classroom. She started working in admissions and coaching at an independent school in Massachusetts but wished she could make a longer relationship with the students.Working in residential life, she was on the academic calendar, so her summers were free and she reached out to some summer camps. She first landed at Camp Danbee, where she was in charge of 250 girls, ages six to 12. Undaunted, she realized this was what she was looking for: the intersection of experiential learning and community building and relationships. She was in love.At the same time, her co-worker and Dartmouth classmate Briarly Kessler kept hounding her to meet Cole Kelly, a friend who lived in Georgia but just seemed perfect for Kate. Like the immediate sense of “this is it” when she got to camp, connecting with Cole had the same certainty. He brought the perfect combination of fun and care for the same things that Kate loved. Shortly after meeting, summer camp came up and Cole, who was just finishing his MBA and looking for something to go run, was all in. Along the couple's nearly twenty year camp journey, they've developed and refined the values that make everything work, in both their personal life and camp life.In this episode, find out from Kate how operationalizing your values can lead to optimized joy…on ROADS TAKEN...with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestFor almost twenty years, Kate Kelly, with husband Cole, has run Camp Weequahic, a three- or six-week sleep-away camp for girls and boys located in northeastern Pennsylvania. When not on site each summer, the couple lives with their three boys in Athens, Georgia. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.comEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Because of a Teacher is now available! Get your copy here! https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833433X?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d This episode starts off with a conversation about being problem finders and problem solvers. Stacey Wood shares what she is doing in her high school entrepreneurship class and how that connects with the book, The Innovator's Mindset. Wood goes into detail about what her students are doing in her class' Idea Center and how they work to be social entrepreneurs and create new products that resolve existing problems. Couros also goes into detail about how to use his 5 Questions to Ask Students at the Start of the Year resource. This closing question is one that Couros is consistently asked, especially by high school teachers: Couros asks Wood, as a high school teacher, when you have students who come into your classroom and are conditioned to have that mentality of “just give me the test,” how do we un-condition our students from that mentality? Wood shares some great advice in response to this question that has helped her as she works to create opportunities for students to show their learning. Links: Ewan McIntosh TEDx Talk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUnhyyw8_kY The Innovator's Mindset (book on Amazon) - https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Mindset-Empower-Learning-Creativity-ebook/dp/B016YTBZKO 5 Questions to Ask Your Students To Start the School Year - https://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/7552 A.J. Juliani: Genuis Hour - https://www.ajjuliani.com/blog/ka8eye5pf5bhwp3-lc7ch-nd29c-ddt7y-5gf79-2bcyt-67hl2-xtpcb-5b8a5-3se4f-9h2mp-ml247-9wb4n-8b6jk-lkcha-aydfe-ra44k-awyx8-tkpxx-pklrj-kkw58-bhc7h-wcdcz-f6dbr-929sl Quotes: "I try to give teachers an opportunity to express what they are feeling...but I also try to get them to express something positive." "I try to remind them of the influence they have...teachers need to be reminded that, even in 2021, their role is huge." "What kind of impact do you want to have?" "The same risk-taking that we encourage for kids, we have to m Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros The Innovator's Mindset:https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Mindset-Empower-Learning-Creativity/dp/0986155497/ref=zg_bs_69830_7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ARY8KZTA242NVFMHF9X0 Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/Innovate-Inside-Box-Empowering-Innovators/dp/1948334127/ref=zg_bs_69830_12?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=75E0ZS6R2J330FAM9Y0A Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/odel as adults - and that does not mean trying it just once." - GC
In this rebroadcast of our interview with director Robert Rodriguez from February 27, 2019, we discuss his new film at that time 'Alita: Battle Angel,' how one of the main goals of his TV network 'El Rey' was to find and hire more Latino filmmakers, and if it is the responsibility of a Latino directors to create Latino stars. Highly Relevant Playlist Pa Mis Muchchas - Christina Aguilera (feat. Nathy Peluso, Becky G y Nicki Nicole Sexy Girl - Ozuna, Megan Stallion y DJ Snake Amor Como Puñal - Loyal Lobos Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
We recently spoke about how unique is our taste with Aniello Buonincontro, who wrote the book, “Degustazione Razionale”, which means rational tasting. He researched anthropology, sociology, neuroscience and psychology. He also studied the issues concerning the characteristics of the premium cigar in relation to marketing and consumption. Aniello is a certified sommelier and a Cigar Journal panelist. He has been in charge of the most renowned cigar courses in Italy (Catadores courses by the Cigar Club Association). He actually is an aeronautical engineer. Nine years ago, he left his job as production manager in a multinational company and became sales manager at Cigars and Tobacco, one of the biggest, if not the biggest, Italian importer and distributor of new word cigars. Among his role's activities, he provides training and guidance for events and manages the relationships with many producers, retailers and enthusiasts. You can find Aniello's articles and videos (mostly in Italian) here: https://sigarietempo.com/ Today we want to deep dive into some important aspects that relate to the behavior of the premium cigar consumer. Episode summary The cigar can have many different meanings, as cigar lovers have many different interests, needs and desires. A cigar can be many different things: a bunch of tobacco leaves that are rolled up to be smoked an agricultural product, hard to regulate like industrialized tobacco products an artisanal product an economic power for most producing countries a gourmet product an experience product, as each of us may have a different experience when smoking it a sample an analysis object a commodity And it can also be: a cultural heritage an object for social media consumption an obsession for serial smokers a leisure companion a relaxation accessory a wealth show off tool a symbol the catalyst of emotions ... How can this take shape for a cigar importer/distributor? For professionals the cigar is a commercial product. When talking with consumers, they need to talk about quality, which is a very important characteristic of the cigar. A professional doesn't talk about his/her own emotion connected to the cigar. In theory you can sell cigars by emotion to consumers, but this is not possible to do when you deal with other professionals. S/he will rather treat the cigar as a commercial product, and provide information by strength, price, consistency, flavor, ... In fact, talking about the aromas that a cigar displays can be enlightening, provided they are accurately described. The "anilla" or band The other characteristic is a bit stronger, it's the symbol that the cigar represents. We cannot forget that the cigar is made of tobacco, but also of the "anilla", the band, which takes along the information on the family, the factory, the field, the country, ... If you take two samples of the same cigar, one with the band and one without band, and you ask someone to choose, that person will most likely choose the cigar with the anilla. There is another pleasure when smoking a cigar with the band. Many people will deny this, but Some people will say no, but they lie in this case, because the band gives an additional pleasure the the smoke. We cannot say this is wrong, never say this is right or this is wrong, there's maybe only one case in which it is. Else, it's just a different way to look at the world around us. The must-have status symbol There are sensory qualities, very important, but there are many other attributes that you can associate with a cigar. For example, there are people who always look for the best deals. Why does that happen and why are cigars in this case not chosen based on specific qualities? When we start smoking cigars, we know very little, a lot is about our imagination. And for quite some time, perceiving aromas, tastes and so on is something difficult. Beginners typically can sense one aroma, maybe two. Maybe they sense something they cannot name. In the beginning people generally start smoking cigars for the symbol, not for their organoleptic qualities. This is normal, the issue is maybe that you may stick to the symbol and not go and discover the senses world that is linked to the cigar. This depends a lot on the type of people that are around you, how they influence you. Influencers on social media today are not able to help, as they are usually interested in something different from the sensory experience. The cigar arrived in Europe as symbol for people that had a commercial interest with America. It was interesting to show people "I smoke cigars because they come from my colonies in America". This was the beginning. The cigar can be a way to show people something: I am rich, I have power, I am a member of a famous club, and so on. The cigar can be used as an accessory, like a tie, to be elegant. This is a way to communicate. There is nothing wrong in this, it's just a choice. Sometimes this choice is done in a conscious way, sometimes you follow someone you like and do the same thing. The relational control Everybody has a role when we're dealing with a cigar, just like when we're dealing with anything else in life. One of the 3 types of relational control is the one referred to as "one level up" relationship. When somebody talks about a cigar and we see that person as an "expert", that person could tell us anything. If we don't have our own awareness, our own views on the cigar, our own experiences, if we are just learning, it's very easy to just follow and imitate. We see very easily how that happens in social media: people like or even love something just because an "expert" is posting. Followers don't even look at what that person is writing or sharing. If they did, they might be in total disagreement, but just follow the flow. There is a difference between people that see the cigar as a sensory experience and people who see the cigar as a status symbol. The latter use the same language, the same words, but for everyone that word has a different meaning. If you ask what is quality to someone who sees the cigar as a status symbol, the term has a certain meaning. What is an "expert"? Quality vs. quantity, here again, play a big role. Most people that are considered as "experts" have been smoking for a long time, they smoke expensive cigar. They smoke a lot of cigars. They go to a lot of events. If you consider this, all this is something you can measure. But quality is hard to measure. An "expert" might have learnt by heart all the shapes and dimensions of cigars, all the history of brands. Today you can easily find many "experts" and all shapes and dimensions of cigars on the internet. And it is important to expect experts to only talk about the measurable characteristics of the cigar, which include flavor. The rest, whether you like or do not like the cigar, is something you need to learn, so you can make your choices without imitating others. The most difficult aspect here is probably the understanding of the relationship between you and the cigar. Most "experts", when they talk about cigars, don't understand that they are not talking about cigars, rather about themselves and what is in their mind. You can find pleasure in a cigar even if you see the cigar as a status symbol. It's normal. What is important is not being right or wrong, but being aware of how this works. Developing a status symbol brand The status symbol concept drives sales. If a producer has a good quality cigar, but people do not recognize it as a status symbol, it takes a lot of efforts to sell. You need to create a story, a tradition. And this takes time. If you work through an influencer, you can start to grow the brand as connected to a status symbol. When a producer becomes a status symbol, s/he can start to focus more on marketing than on quality production. The risk is to start selling more and fermenting and aging less. Good marketing is less expensive that a good fermentation. The market gives its answer after years. What can happen is that the market understands that quality is in decline and it's then difficult for a brand to go back and focus on quality again. In fact, when judging a cigar and we have a bad first impression, it's very hard to revisit and gain a good second impression. Maybe the best producers are the ones who don't show up too often on social media. Because they are in the factory and focus on tobacco and quality aspects, they often don't speak English very well. Younger consumers or beginners Younger cigar smokers who prefer quality over quantity and branding are increasing. They enroll in courses to understand the qualities of cigars. They seek pleasure. Sometimes they are not able to express their liking through sensory terms. However, they are able to identify the difference between a good quality and a bad quality cigar. Smoking for a long time can be important, but there needs to be attention and focus. And interest in quality definitely helps the latter. This explains the difference between and alcoholist and a sommelier: maybe an alcoholist drinks more than a sommelier, but does not necessarily understand the product. Equally, smoking a lot is not a guarantee that we understand the product. Having a good method is what counts. It's not easy, it's not just about filling in a sheet. Another benefit for younger smokers or beginners is that a lot of misconceptions have not been ingrained (yet) in their behavior and thinking. This allows them to much more easily focus on what they really are interested into. And they have a lot of opportunities for education and learning so they can look at things in a different way rather than repeating misconceptions. They want to be aware of what they do. Women Unfortunately the cigar world seems to still be a world for men, even if many women work in the industry and/or smoke cigars. Women tend to respectfully play by the rules and rules are still made by men. When you divide, then you have to work harder to make it stick. It's probably better to talk about quality than about men vs. women, Cuban vs. non Cuban cigars, and so on. My taste is the best Everybody believes to have the best taste in the world. And when there are some people that start to be looked at as "experts", their taste becomes recognized. The error people frequently do in our society is imitating somebody else's taste just because that person is perceived as an expert. 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Optimism is the attitude of champions…the fuel of hope…the enemy of despair…and the creator of a bigger, bolder and far more beautiful future. Developing and strengthening this dynamic life skill is one of the most effective ways of adding to your personal power and overall results in life. For more life-transforming strategies and free webinars, visit: https://100DayChallenge.com
A recent phenomena has been turning up in doctors' offices where teen girls are exhibiting sudden and severe physical tics. After digging into it, many of the girls had one thing in common, they are were watching Tourette syndrome TikTok videos. Most of these teens had also previously been diagnosed with anxiety or depression, but girls with tics are rare and these teens had a high number of them and in some cases the same tic, such as saying the word ‘beans.' Julie Jargon, family and tech columnist at the WSJ, joins us for how these tics were developing because of social media. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
A recent phenomena has been turning up in doctors' offices where teen girls are exhibiting sudden and severe physical tics. After digging into it, many of the girls had one thing in common, they are were watching Tourette syndrome TikTok videos. Most of these teens had also previously been diagnosed with anxiety or depression, but girls with tics are rare and these teens had a high number of them and in some cases the same tic, such as saying the word ‘beans.' Julie Jargon, family and tech columnist at the WSJ, joins us for how these tics were developing because of social media. Next, former President Trump has announced that he will be launching a digital media network complete with a social media platform called “Truth Social.” With this venture he seems to be taking aim at everyone in three distinct divisions: social media, subscription based content and news, and even alternatives to internet services like AWS. Truth Social could be launching in early 2022, but there seems to be a lot of work yet to be done as some reports said the site was already hacked. Kia Kokalitcheva, tech and business reporter at Axios, joins us for more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Townhall Review - October 23, 2021 Hugh Hewitt talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton and New York Times White House correspondent Michael Shear about U.S. complacency towards China as they continue on a path of power that threatens the world around us. Bob Frantz and Mark Kirkorian, of the Center for Immigration Studies, talk about the immigration crisis on our southern border. Hugh Hewitt talks with football legend Hershel Walker about his run for the U.S. Senate representing the State of Georgia. Charlie Kirk talks about former New York Times reporter Bari Weiss and her recent television appearance where she once again exposes the demons of the left. Mike Gallagher looks at the shocking reactions to the news that Salem Radio host Dennis Prager had contracted Covid and is now recovering. Sebastian Gorka talks with Dean Cain, aka Superman, about DC Comics' decision to remove the words “American way,” from the Superman motto. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join us this week as we interview Ramone Hemphill, Senior Systems Engineer at Collins Aerospace and Founder of The 99th Squadron. This week we:- Discuss where Ramone's aviation interest started and his journey since,- The importance of kids understanding what jobs really entail,- How Ramone is involved in helping to educate kids on becoming a pilot,- Ramone's many influences that helped get him to where he is today,- His founding of the 99th Squadron and all it does,- And our favorite College traditions!See you next time!
Photo: Iraqis in the predominantly Sunni city of Husaybah wait in lines to vote during the national election. . CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Is Iraq developing a taste for democracy? James Jeffrey @TheWilsonCenter Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1 Ambassador James F. Jeffrey joined the Wilson Center in December 2020 as Chair of the Middle East Program. Ambassador Jeffrey served as the Secretary's Special Representative for Syria Engagement and the Special Envoy to the Global Coalition To Defeat ISIS until November 8, 2020. He is a senior American diplomat with experience in political, security, and energy issues in the Middle East, Turkey, Germany, and the Balkans. Related articles https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/private-iraqis-support-peace-israel-195120 https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2021/10/iraqi-election-shakes-shiite-political-old-guard https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/will-turkey-destabilize-northern-syria-again-analysis-682312
Welcome back to How To Build An App!Today we have a different type of episode for you as we wrap up Season 2. Today we're sharing a session we did recently for Denver Startup Week. The session was called, Stop writing code: The ONE thing to do before developing your app to save hundreds of thousands and it was a lot of fun to share some of the things we've discovered over the past couple of years to help YOU as a future app founder save a LOT of money and time in the process. This episode is broken into 2 parts: The first half will be the presentation Austin gave walking through the 5 building blocks you need to consider if you want to build a successful app. Then we'll cut to the Q&A that Bowdrie did right after where he took questions from the live audience. It's going to be a lot of fun...Also, this episode is officially the wrap-up of Season 2 of How To Build An App, but don't worry, we'll be right back next week and we have a great lineup of guests for season 3. ---This show is produced by Strides Development, a full-service app development agency. We specialize in taking your ideas and turning them into a finished app in only a few months. If you have an app you're building, we would love to talk to you. You can schedule your free strategy call by clicking here.Make sure you're following Strides:Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/strides.dev/Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/betzeraustin/
This week Joe sits down with Dr. Corey Peacock - Head S&C coach at Sanford MMA - a premier professional MMA team comprised of some of the top-ranked fighters in the world, including multiple current and former World Champions. Corey is also an associate professor in the Department of Health & Human Performance at Nova Southeastern University. Highlights from Corey & Joe's conversation include: How Corey blends science/research with "real world" experience/results The process involved in preparing a UFC fighter for a fight Strengthening an athlete's weaknesses vs Doubling down on their strengths How/Why Corey uses (a variation of) Wendler's 531 program with his fighters Developing "fight specific conditioning" inside the cage vs in the gym/weightroom The importance of programming "REST" into the weekly plan Corey & Joe give their thoughts on ice baths Corey gives the "inside scoop" on some fascinating research studies he's conducted Plus much, Much MORE! *For a full list of Show Notes, Timestamps & Important Links from this episode visit: www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com
I want you to think of the process of undieting your brain of all the diet culture thoughts and beliefs, like Marie Kondioing your mind. Undiet Your Life is the act of decluttering your mind from all the thoughts that are no longer serving you, that no longer spark joy, happiness, and ease for you. You've picked thoughts all along your life, and up until now, you have kept them. Now, you have a mind filled with thoughts that create anxiety, perfectionism, black-and-white thinking, and fear. Thoughts are like the clutter Marie Kondo is coaching people to purge… You can purge your old thoughts too. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN LISTENING TO THIS EPISODE: Why Marie Kondo is such a brilliant analogy for undieting your brain Learning to respect your old thoughts How to declutter your mind Developing a critical lens for intentional thinking MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: PODCAST ROADMAP REBELLIOUS EATING SOLUTION MASTERCLASS UNDIET YOUR LIFE COURSE
In today's episode we're joined by two special guests - game developers Greg Kythreotis of Shedworks (Sable) and Gareth Damian Martin (In Other Waters). We discuss the game development process, the act of pitching and marketing a game in a world where streaming and Steam reviews exist, the beauty and nostalgia of in-game architecture, and the secrets behind what goes into our save files. The insights may shock you. Download Sable:https://store.steampowered.com/app/757310/Sable/Download In Other Waters: https://store.steampowered.com/app/890720/In_Other_Waters/Support us on Patreon to join us live: https://www.patreon.com/badendBAD END is proud to be part of SUPERCULTURE, a network of podcasts and websites dedicated to the underobserved. Tweet us @superculturenetSpecial thanks to our Patreon subscribers, and shout out to Wesley Martin, Alyse Stanley, and Joshua Jarvis for donating at the Bad End Patron tier! Become a contributor at patreon.com/badendIntro/Outro music is "TABOO" by SEIHO
Unsure about adding cancer insurance to your sales portfolio? We outline the details of this ancillary product, including its benefits for your Medicare clients! Read the text version. Mentioned in this episode: 4 Steps to Selling Cancer Insurance Death or Debt? National Estimates of Financial Toxicity in Person with Newly-Diagnosed Cancer Every ‘Second' Counts: Why Sell Cancer, Heart Attack and Stroke Insurance? How much can a healthy lifestyle cut your risk of cancer? Lifetime Risk of Developing or Dying From Cancer More episodes you'll like: 4 Ancillary Cross-Sales to Show Clients You Care 4 Steps to Selling Cancer Insurance Every ‘Second' Counts: Why Sell Cancer, Heart Attack, and Stroke Insurance? Ritter is More Than Medicare & Our New Team Brand Shows Why Secure a Bigger, Better Business with Ancillary Products Articles to Share with Your Clients: Does Vitamin C Boost Your Immune System? Signs Food Has Started to Spoil Your Guide to the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period Ritter Insurance Marketing eBooks & Guides: A Quick Guide to Cross-Selling Ancillary Insurance with Medicare Products Modern Medicare Marketing for Today's Agents The Complete Guide to Client Loyalty and Retention The latest from Ritter's Blog: 2022 Plans Are Now Available on the Medicare Quote Engine Navigating Insurance Sales During the Medicare AEP & COVID The Ritter Platform Launches Provider Lookup, FastTrack, & Lead Sharing for the 2022 AEP Subscribe & Follow: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Overcast Podbean Spotify Stitcher Connect on social: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Instagram Sarah's LinkedIn Sarah's Instagram
"Men and Therapy" w/ Shauna Springer, Ph.D., Leading Expert Therapy Men Talking Mindfulness!! Let's change the stigma surrounding mental health for EVERYONE including men! As we discussed in our "Asking for Help Episode" - men are less likely to ask for help - well, men are less likely to seek help with their mental health! According to the American Psychological Association, “dozens of studies and surveys over the past several decades have shown that men of all ages and ethnicities are less likely than women to seek help for all sorts of problems–including depression, substance abuse and stressful life events–even though they encounter those problems at the same or greater rates as women.” Join Jon and Will for a special "off schedule" episode of Men Talking Mindfulness as they discuss this topic with special guest, Dr. Shauna Springer ("Doc")! Check out Doc's book on her website: drshaunaspringer.com Check out the Master Guide to Mental Wellness on redefiningyourmission.com 0:00 Preview 1:00 MTM Intro 2:00 Welcome to the show! 3:00 Movement Rx: M2 Experience begins October 27th movementrx.com/mtm 3:30 Get your MTM Swag between now and November 7th! mentalkingmindfulness.com 4:00 Introducing Doc Springer 5:00 Will leads Opening Grounding Practice 9:00 Who is Doc Springer? (She'll kick your ass) 12:30 What are the obstacles of getting people into therapy? 16:30 Developing trust is key, but requires different approach 22:30 What is the role of therapy in growth? 24:00 Why going to therapy might destroy a warrior's career. 32:00 Venting to your buddies is not therapy 33:45 Doc Springer calls Will out 35:00 Therapy is work and a therapist is there to help you get shit done. 36:30 Doc is playing Legend of Zelda ‘86 38:00 If you're going to play a video game, you need a gamer by your side. 41:30 Confined masculinity is just avoidance. 46:00 How do you display compassion without bruising egos? 49:15 How do you find the right therapist? 54:00 CW: Suicide 55:00 Taking away someone's weapon is a delicate but crucial matter 59:00 Warriors are constantly in Fight-or-Flight 1:04:00 There are a LOT of therapies, but it's all about the doctor 1:09:30 Get started with redefineyourmission.com 1:12:00 Jon leads Closing Grounding Practice Opening and closing Music: Malecon by Soyb & Amine Maxwell https://soundcloud.com/soybmusic https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-malecon Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/xbWzYbtMgIE
In order to master wealth, you need to master your habits. You need to develop new habits so that you don't just do the same thing over and over. Wealth is a direct result of habits. Join your host Patrick Donohoe as he talks about the different levels of masteries and why habits are crucial to life. Replace your existing habits with new ones today! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Join The Wealth Standard community today:
Every Ninja has a story, and today Matt and Garrett have the pleasure of hearing Jessica Babington's, who was first introduced to Ninja in 2010. Jess shares how she was first introduced to Ninja Systems, why it resonated so deeply with her, and what has kept her on the Ninja path for so many years. She recalls a pivotal moment that changed the course of her real estate career, how she made the jump to becoming a solo agent, and expresses her appreciation to Garrett for helping her see a world of possibilities as she prepared to cross that threshold. Jess shares her incredible insights on developing the right belief system, letting go of fear, and embracing the Ninja Systems. She talks about investing in yourself through coaching, shares her favorite Ninja Nine activities, and breaks down her philosophy to keep things simple. You'll also hear Jess's two key pieces of advice for transitioning to a new market, how she builds genuine relationships in real estate, and the powerful way that living debt-free has shifted her motivation as an agent. Jess's inspiring journey shows us just how much you can accomplish in this business once you shed the “sales” jargon and let your passion for helping people guide the way. Her dedication to her community and to her clients leave little doubt that the Ninja Systems can not only make you a better agent, but a better human overall. Join the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook where you share ideas, ask questions, and connect with other Ninjas. You can also leave a voicemail with your direct feedback at 208 MY-NINJA. And visit Ninja Selling Events for more information about upcoming open installations. Or if you're interested in taking your goals a step further, visit Ninja Coaching to check out all of our amazing coaches. Episode Highlights: Today's guest is Jessica Babington of Luxury Lake Real Estate in Mooresville, NC Her introduction to Ninja and what kept her on the Ninja path Jess's experience coaching with Garrett Pivotal moment that changed her career Growth and crossing over thresholds Developing the right belief system Getting rid of “Sales” jargon Positive affirmations and letting go of fear Power of meditation Investing in yourself via coaching Analogy of pushing a snowball uphill, which grows and takes off once you get to the top Her favorite (and least favorite) Ninja Nine activities Simple marketing and genuine relationships Transition to luxury market Pre-listing interview and being prepared Building her business through referrals Being motivated by giving back to the community Getting involved with a cause that you're passionate about will keep you fired up and help you build a better business Knowing your “why” and accepting that it can “shift” throughout your life Finding success through the pandemic Providing value to clients by helping them navigate potentially difficult situations Getting clear on your mindset and what you have to offer Quotes: “There are no no accidents in my mind and in the journey that life takes you on.” “There are many ways to find success in our industry and you have to find what really rings true for you.” “[Ninja] just really goes to the core of who I am, which is somebody who wants to genuinely know people, genuinely build relationships with people, and genuinely help them get to where their goals are in real estate.” “You really helped me expand my mindset and work on some self-talk and some self-belief, that I was capable of a whole heck of a lot more than I knew I was.” “That's the other thing about Ninja that's so beautiful is it also helps you just be a better human.” “I'm not a salesperson. I'm just somebody that helps people and is an advocate for people. I bring people together in real estate transactions.” “By doing the affirmation, I was more in the driver's seat and had more control than I thought.” “There was definitely a time of transition and I had to just continue to work the Systems and know that the Systems are going to work.” “The first step was to become the subject matter expert. If I'm confident in my knowledge of the market then that helps me tremendously.” “We talked about pre-listing interviews and making sure you understand what these people are looking for before you walk in the door.” “If you've done that pre-listing interview and you've collected as much data about who these people are, and what they're looking for, when you go into the door, you will be much less intimidated and then you have a higher likelihood of being successful.” “You don't ever want the commission breath.” “Just start to look at, Where's the greatest need in my community, and how can I fit into that?” “You have to be open and want to grow, and want to be motivated by a Ninja coach.” Links: Jessica Babington www.JessicaBabington.com @JessBabington on Instagram www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett firstname.lastname@example.org @ninjaredding Matt email@example.com @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group
The move to digital has changed the marketing function and has created gaps that marketers need to be aware of. Without a firm understanding of how to capture the initial attention of the customer, you're leaving revenue on the table. Chris Walker, CEO at Refine Labs, discusses these gaps and his new framework to uncover the dark funnel.Chris covers:Acknowledging the gaps Developing a new framework for marketingAudience questions & answersThis is a #FlipMyFunnel podcast. Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Flip My Funnel in your favorite podcast player.
About Phil:Starting in business at just 16 Phil has extensive experience in successful startups over the last 15 years, across a wide range of sectors including; furniture, retail, manufacture, technology, hospitality, interior design and property development.Phil and Karl have been friends for over 12 years and combined their skills to form Winter Melia Developments back in 2015 where they have seen the business scale organically from single dwellings to large scale residential conversions. Phil heads up the business and operations side of the business, while Karl focuses on the construction side of the business. We fell into historic buildings as an investment strategy when purchasing our first listed building in auction back in 2017, since then we have focused on this niche - which doesn't come without its challenges but our desire to create something unique and desirable has led us into this sector of the market. Having won several awards over the past couple of years for our schemes its certainly an area we are looking to explore further and we currently have 2 more Churches in the development pipeline with a combined GDV of £8m.Aside from property we have also recently launched a Proptech startup called BreezeMove, after being so fed up of the slow, opaque and frustrating side of the transaction from both a buyer and seller perspective on many occasions, we decided to set out to change that. Having come up with the ideal of a centralised digital platform to give all parties complete transparency of where the process is up to and which side is accountable for the next stage, we were invited down to The Home Office in 2017 to discuss with MHCLG which is where our journey started!About your host, Tej:Tej graduated from King's' College London with a BSc Biochemistry in 2014, he then pursued a career in Medical Education and Marketing. Soon after his second job… he was fired! A moment of relief and freedom was what he felt, not sure what his mother felt when he told her he was jobless at 23…He then went in search of a more ethical path, a business he could set up where the reward was equal to the work put in. “If they are making pounds, why am I making pennies?” - was his thought process, not happy with slow progression and bureaucracy (& having to wear smart shoes everyday). This lead him to opening a Recruitment business (not sure where the ethics went) which doubled in profit every year, for 4 years. He hated it. Golden handcuffs they call it.Fortunately, he used the cash he'd built up from that business, to educate himself in Property Investing. Soon, he'd stopped the business and transitioned into Property Investment full time. He then had a slow start -Purchasing 15 properties in his first 9 months, using over £650,000 of Investor Finance, he built a £1,200,000 property portfolio and created £30,000 of profit from flips. This gave him ‘financial freedom', but it was the most stressful period of his life. Growing quickly is very painful.Let's not forget that his Podcast grew to be the most-reviewed UK Property Podcast, peaking at 4,000 unique downloads per episode.His Podcast (Tej Talks) now sits at 660,000 downloads in over 100 countries and has 489 reviews, rated 5/5. Links:firstname.lastname@example.org://www.instagram.com/wintermelia/https://www.instagram.com/breezemove.co.uk/Tej InvestsTej TalkseLearning See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Jake and Gino talk about the pros and cons of renting assets versus owning assets, and how this analogy compares to Term Life Insurance versus Whole Life Insurance. Below is one of the top misconceptions about Term Life vs. Whole Life. MYTH: It's better to buy term life insurance and invest the difference. BUSTED: Real Estate Investors know better than anyone that it is better to OWN than to RENT. Why rent your insurance when you can own it and benefit from the equity built inside your policy? You may have heard people suggest “buying term and investing the difference”, but investing in the market involves risk. As a Real Estate Investor, you're already taking a lot of risk. Does it really make sense to take risk with your safe money as well? With the specially-design of our Whole Life Insurance policies, you know the minimum, guaranteed value of your policy at any given year, as well as the minimum cash value you could borrow. There is no guessing game! Something that is simply not a luxury with “investing the difference”. Key Insights: 00:00 Owning property versus Renting property 01:25 Developing a 100 Year Investor Mindset 02:20 The Honey Bee: Creating Multiple Streams of Revenue 04:56 How to optimize your personal finances 07:09 Benefits of long-term personal financial engineering 09:08 Creating a legacy and generational wealth for your family 11:44 Your mindset matters and directly relates to your financial success Email email@example.com to get the PDF copy of The Honey Bee. Download our eBook on how you can leverage our Dual Asset Strategy to secure your financial future: https://100yearrei.com/ebook-download/ Let our Team run the numbers for you and see how we can help protect your financial future for generations to come. Schedule your consultation now: https://100yearrei.com/callnow/
Finding Your Passion | Dane Mathews, Vice President of Precision Marketing at Conagra Brands, joins host Gregg Garrett for a discussion on transforming organizations and brands. Of course, Dane shares his Top Three who include his wife and children who have been core to establishing a professional shift in his approach, a former Amazon executive who taught him how to work backward, a former boss who helped him change his perspective to accomplish goals, and a former podcast guest who helped him humanize leadership. And you have to hear what he has to say about the democratization of leadership. About Dane Mathews Dane Mathews is Vice President of Precision Marketing at Conagra Brands. He leads Conagra's marketing transformation leveraging enterprise agility, personalization, technological enablement, and advanced analytics. With a focus on the digital consumer experience, Dane is responsible for enterprise consumer marketing efforts including brand design, media & advertising, eCommerce, CRM, and direct-to-consumer (DTC) strategy. Dane has 15 years of marketing experience and has led the development and scale of transformative consumer experiences at some of the most well-known brands including, Caesars Entertainment, Target, and McDonald's. Dane received his BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and his MBA from The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business. Dane resides in Oak Park, IL with his wife Marlene, their 3 sons, Dane, Miles, and Jaden, and their Goldendoodle Frida. Show Highlights During this episode: The only thing constant is change. [1:06] Operationalizing transformation [2:53] Welcoming our guest, Dane Matthews [5:20] Discovering passion – simplifying the complex and making it relatable [12:24] The “Top Three” Marlene Aponte-Mathews and their children: make change management fun and remember that development is best done in public [17:17] Developing in public and bringing others in [23:23] Atif Rafiq: start with the end and work backward [29:56] Lisa Roath: getting help – “who can help me do this?” [36:20] DeLu Jackson: humanizing leadership and change management [42:25] “Nudging the positives” [46:50] You have to hear this… Democratization of leadership [51:10] Stay in touch with Dane via LinkedIn [54:27] Additional Information Contact Dane Mathews: Dane's LinkedIn Conagra Website Contact Gregg Garrett: Gregg's LinkedIn Gregg's Twitter Gregg's Bio Contact CGS Advisors: Website LinkedIn Twitter
What is it really like to leave the “high salary/great benefits” hamster wheel? In this episode I chat with Money Coach, Katie Gibbons, about making the leap from corporate and pursuing a purpose beyond a paycheck. Here are a few things we cover: Developing rituals in marriage and getting on the same page with your partner financially. Why it is essential to have multiple income streams. The truth about budgeting. Why saying “I'm not good at money” is killing your financial goals. The benefit of having a side hustle with Social Retail. Connect with Katie on Instagram! @katiegibbons.co
Originally from Hungary, today's guest joins us to talk about a very hot topic in the business world: supply chain. Agnes Zsofia Nagy is a value chain and commercialism expert with a long track record in consulting. She currently owns her own consulting business where she focuses on supply chain with her clients and organizations.
The Dodgers aren't choosing an easy path to repeating as world champs: the boys in blue have their backs against the wall ... and while today's game isn't necessarily a must-win ... we're getting closer. So we'll go In Depth. If you're eligible to get a COVID booster shot, feel free to mix and match! That's the messaging from the FDA. And there is more evidence that the best protection you can have is natural immunity *plus* a dose of vaccine. And no, that's not a suggestion to go out and get infected. Tik Tok has proven to be pretty positive in exposing teenagers to mental health issues -- and in other ways, it's been a negative. Some teens watching mental health videos have developed physical tics. Cryptocurrency is going more and more mainstream, as you can now invest in a Bitcoin-linked fund. And with Netflix workers scheduled to walk out in protest tomorrow, we revisit the Dave Chappelle controversy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 4 of the “What's in Your Toolbox?” special podcast series, introduces the International Survey on Revenue Administration or ISORA. The survey has evolved over time and is the largest database containing tax administration information available with more than a hundred and fifty participants. Developing the survey jointly through the ISORA partnership has meant that a single, common survey can be deployed to a larger group of tax administrations leading to more comparable data on tax administration. This episode explores how ISORA data is leveraged and the impact of the exercise on both tax administrations and capacity development providers.
Summary: John Rubino and I catch up on all things in the economy starting with false information in the media—we are not receiving honest commentary on inflation, which could lead to other problems down the road. Furthermore, we discuss some of the effects of inflation in sectors such as energy, and discuss issues surrounding the Chinese real estate market and what could potentially happen. Highlights: -Is gold going to have its rally? When is it going to happen? -Joe Rogan exposed CNN for giving false information to adhere to their own agenda -The mainstream media is losing popularity and credibility -Attention is shifting from corporate networks to independent journalists -The media has lied about inflation—these lies can be fatal -$80+ per barrel oil -Heating bills in American homes are predicted to rise -The whole energy complex is in an inflationary spiral -How long does this have to continue before we see it as a psychological market shift? -People are buying things in fear of not being able to get them later at a reasonable price -You need to hold assets that are going to go up -It's better to be a debtor in an inflationary period -Developing countries are terrified of inflation in ways that we are not -Labor has the power to start clawing back some of the wealth taken from it -Renting is going to be a really difficult thing to do—they will be set by people charging as much as possible -The Chinese real estate market is the largest asset class -Chinese real estate and US treasury seem connected John Rubino 10-18-21 Rogan! Americans' heating bills to soar up to 50% this winter Oil is over $80 a barrel. Labor flexes its muscle as leverage tips from employers to workers (wage inflation) Labor unrest is making a comeback in the USA. Wages going up is a really bad thing as far as the Fed is concerned. Emerging market central banks raising rates because inflation is deadly there (this is big) Potemkin store shelves https://twitter.com/DonDurrett/status/1449865683324395526?s=20 Renters are getting squeezed. Hedge funds are buying up the available housing stock and will squeeze the renter class. Chinese real estate bubble is bursting, perhaps the largest bubble in history and creation. 75% of household assets are wrapped up in real estate. Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Dollar Collapse
For Video Edtition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/Bi3h3HdGKv8 Michael Ernest Renzi (April 28, 1941 – September 28, 2021) was an American composer, music director, pianist, and jazz musician. We celebrate his rich legacy with a few of those who worked with him and knew him best. Nicolas King was among the guests to appear. An immensely talented musician, Renzi was influenced in his early years as a pianist by Bill Evans. After living and working in and around Providence, he graduated from the Boston Conservatory of Music in 1973 and Berklee College Of Music the following year. During these years of study he worked with local bands and as accompanist to visiting artists. Among these was Sylvia Sims and it was as a direct result of this engagement that he was hired to work with Mel Tormé. In 1976 he moved to New York City and from the late 70s onwards through the next two decades and into the early years of the twenty-first century, he appeared on scores of albums, sometimes only as pianist but most often also as arranger. Renzi also plays keyboards and occasionally guitar. Developing his own, hard bop style, Renzi also became a much sought after arranger. As a brief listing of the numerous artists with whom he has worked will show, many of them are singers with whom he established a special rapport, and in some cases has acted as musical director: Ruth Brown, Laverne Butler, Ann Hampton Callaway, Diahann Carroll, Freddy Cole, Cynthia Crane, Meredith D'Ambrosio, Blossom Dearie, Scott Hamilton, Lena Horne, Etta Jones, Jack Jones, Eartha Kitt, Steve LaSpina, Cleo Laine, Peggy Lee, Jay Leonhart, Gloria Lynne, Maureen McGovern, Liza Minnelli, Gerry Mulligan, Mark Murphy, Houston Person, John Pizzarelli, Annie Ross, George Shearing, an eight-week tour with Frank Sinatra, Carol Sloane, Grady Tate.
In this episode, Kylie & Sophie are joined by Style expert & fashion influencer, Katie Sands. Katie is the inspiring woman behind the well-known lifestyle blog, Honestly Kate. She has spent her entire career defying the influencer status quo, making sure that with each post she makes and every brand she collaborates with works towards a greater good and inspires her audience to act with kindness. With more than 287 thousand followers on Instagram, ongoing partnerships with some of the world's most coveted brands, and a gig as an On-Air Style Host for Amazon Live, Sands has seen continued success with her do-good approach to influencing, and she's only just begun. Some topics that will be covered in this stylish episode with Katie Sands include: How to become a social media influencer, how to stay authentic, transparent and engaged with followers on instagram, Katie's “Do-good” approach to influencing, what the future of influencing will look like, advice on how to develop your own personal style, fashion pieces that are worth the investment, tips for finding fashion pieces on Amazon, Katie's favorite fall wardrobe staples, where to find fashion inspo from, upcoming trends to look out for, balancing health & wellness with a busy schedule, the importance of scheduling workouts before the work day begins, how weight training has changed Katie's body, Katie's newfound passion for cooking & SO MUCH MORE! You can find more on Katie Sands by visiting her INSTAGRAM. SHOP our favorite Cured Nutrition CBD & use code SIMPLE for 10% off at checkout SHOP Nars Laguna Bronzer SHOP Apple Airpods SHOP Amazon Egg Timer CHECKOUT The Liv Method in NYC If you liked this episode, please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE on Apple podcasts. We would love it if you could leave us a rating/review to tell us about any thoughts you may have. Take a journey on over to our podcast Instagram page @TheNotSoSimpleLifePodcast. Feel free to email info@TNSSlife.com if you want to get in touch with @KylieVonnahme & @SophieLongford! FIND MORE & SHOP OUR FAVORITES ON OUR WEBSITE AT www.TNSSlife.com. NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY...See ya'll then!
In today's episode, Cameron Purvis joins in! Cameron has a BS & MS in exercise science and has always viewed himself as an athlete. From distance running to calisthenics and now weighted calisthenics, Cameron dives into how he's gotten to where he is today. In this episode, Cameron and I discuss:Viewing yourself as an athleteHow your environment will dictate your successThe mindset of training at homeThe importance of tracking progressConnect with Coach Cameron Connect with AustinSupport Everett and learn more about AB Calisthenics ApparelBook Your Free Discovery CallInstagramFree Email List
There is no question that America is in turmoil right now. Between nationwide shortages of supplies, the unpopularity of our current President, the reaction and subsequent fallout of COVID, and the extreme polarity among so many of us, it's clear that we're likely to face some challenging times ahead. The questions that remain are, “Are you ready?” and, “Will you be able to protect, provide, and preside over you and yours?” That's exactly why I've been looking forward to the conversation with my guest, Mike Glover with Fieldcraft Survival and American Contingency. Today, we talk about building the next generation of warriors, the importance of service to community, the degradation and destruction of the family unit, “endless wars,” the turmoil in Afghanistan (which most of us have already forgotten), and how to be a man in and for your community. SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: What is being done in Afghanistan The degradation of Christian values The origins of Fieldcraft Survival Behind the curtains of the CIA Central government versus the people It is our role to assist the world Extreme incompetence or extreme intentionality Shipping troubles and Chinese involvement Developing a community of assets Become the solution to your own problem Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.
Hello everyone, and welcome to this week's episode of the Goalie Hacks Podcast, and today on the show I have another stellar guest lined up today, long time Goaltending Coach at the next level now turned NHL and AHL coaching veteran, and that man is Jon Elkin.We dive briefly into some of the challenges a lot of Goalies are facing due to Covid, and maybe a few pointers that might help them overcome those challenges. Most important skills that kids should start learning at a young age that will set them up for success along their journey to the NHL. The common underlying characteristics that kids should possess that will help them be successful early in their careers. Areas of struggle for the Goalies who are typically trying to make the jump to the AHL or NHL from either college or juniors. The surprises that awaits Goaltenders who may have had success early in their careers or at levels before the NHL. Advice to Goalies looking to win championships, personal accolades or stand out in the league they are playing in.Click here for full show notes: https://goaliehacks.com/ghp-081-the-keys-to-developing-consistency-w-nhl-coaching-veteran-jon-elkin-from-jon-elkin-goalie-schools/Goalie Hacks LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/goaliehacksSubmit Feedback/ Suggestion/ Applications: https://bit.ly/39Fdpsb**Join The Goalie Hacks Inner Circle*****Checkout Our Youtube Channel*****Sign-up For Our E-mail List****NeurotrackerX Details ***Send us a DM on Instagram*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goaliehacks)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goaliehacks)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goaliehacks)
Finding your passion to be an entrepreneur involves taking initiative and becoming independent typically entrepreneurs develop a business or organization that is built around the strength. Developing your business and establishing that you want to be an entrepreneur have to find a passion to be yourself to work hard to look failure in the eye and to remember that success takes time and that success leaves clues. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dnarealtygroup/support
Melanie Tinto, CHRO at WEX, shares how to develop exceptional leadership programs. We also discuss the importance of safe learning environments and the leadership skills that will be critical in the future. This episode is presented by Sync Learning Experiences who helps companies improve their training efforts by creating live and digital learning experiences that people use, enjoy, and apply. Learn more at https://synclx.com.
In the third episode of #MindsetMonday, George Couros talks about how he has built habits so that he no longer has to negotiate with himself. This episode reflects on a time when Couros would teach spin class in the morning before he went to school and fulfilled his responsibilities as a school principal. Couros reminds us that when there is accountability to other people, we do not have a choice, we have to fulfill our responsibilities, but it is also important to do things where we are accountable to ourselves. This episode gives listeners and viewers a strategy to make habits even when something is difficult. Questions (PIP): How can we develop habits so we no longer have to negotiate with ourselves? How can we give ourselves the same grace that we give others while keeping ourselves accountable? What are you going to keep yourself accountable for? Whom will you be accountable to? What are some things that you are doing right now that you do not negotiate? Who are you doing those things for?
In this week's show, I explore how slowing down can help you get more productive and creative. It's counterintuitive, I know. We tend to think that to achieve more, we have to do more. But oh my stars, that isn't always true. Do you have to do something? Sure. Do you have to do everything? Nope. Here's how you can get more attention so you can give more attention. First, try the one-minute breathwork assessment. Try it for a week. Note how you feel before you do this 53-second exercise and then note how you feel afterward. You can find the video on the Back To Basics Meditation page. You'll also find a link to an easy little assessment you can do for yourself. You'll see the proof with your own eyes. It's super easy. Click the link to the document. Make a copy of it for your own use (Go to File and select Make a Copy) Enter how you feel (the date and time will appear automatically right next to your feeling). Do the super short activity video. Enter how you feel (the date and time you do it will appear again) After a week or two, evaluate the difference. I'm betting you'll see one. Here's what the document looks like. Get in touch and let me know what differences you notice in how you feel before and after. I'd love to hear from you. Connect with me https://www.instagram.com/izoldat/ https://www.instagram.com/innovativemindsetpodcast/ https://twitter.com/IzoldaT https://www.linkedin.com/in/izoldat/ https://IzoldaT.com https://podcast.izoldat.com Episode Transcript [00:00:00] That's one of the best reasons to slow down. You begin to notice things again, instead of letting them streak by you. You actually have enough attention to pay attention. [00:00:16] Hello, and welcome to the innovative mindset podcast. Izolda Trakhtenberg on the show. I interview peak performing innovators in the creative social impact and earth conservation spaces or working to change the world. This episode is brought to you by brain FM, brain FM combines the best of music and neuroscience to help you relax, focus, meditate, and even sleep. [00:00:36] I love it and have been using it to write, create and do. Deepest work because you're a listener of the show. You can get a free trial head over to brain.fm/innovative mindset. To check it out. If you decide to subscribe, you can get 20% off with the coupon code, innovative mindset, all one word. And now let's get to the show.[00:01:00] [00:01:01] Hey there and welcome to the innovative mindset podcast. My name is Izolda Trakhtenberg, I'm super thrilled that you're here and I'm excited to talk to you about this week's topic. It's about a surprising thing that you can do to increase your overall productivity, creativity, and sense of wellbeing. And here's the surprising thing it's slowing down. [00:01:25] I believe that we're so busy with what we should be doing, that we don't really think about what we want to be doing. And I'm recording this episode the day after the big Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram crash, or whatever it is that happened. And it was amazing to me how often mindlessly, I was going to Facebook and to Instagram to check in, even though I knew. [00:01:50] But there was nothing going on there that there was nobody that the sites were down, but it didn't seem to matter. There was a mindless sort of, oh, let me see what's going on. [00:02:00] And so when I slowed down a little bit and started thinking about it, it changed a lot. For me, it changed how I was looking at. [00:02:10] Downtime, slowing down time. And, and the question to ask is what if you took that time, how would it be? What might you do if you were slowing down? Would it be okay? Does it work. Are you feeling pressured and pushed into directions? You don't want to go and therefore don't really take the time. Right. So, so let me ask you, what did you do with the time that you couldn't be on those platforms yesterday? [00:02:38] I mean, I spent more time on Twitter, but I also spent more time looking at the cool art on the walls of the study room at the New York public library, which is where I spent the day where. And I see, I find a need, a change of venue to create as well as my trusted brain FM app. I have to admit that, but yeah, I take the time to [00:03:00] go take the subway and go to the library and I go outside of my home. [00:03:06] So I use the subway ride to chill out and I used to try to listen to podcasts or send emails or read emails, but I've stopped doing that because I can't hear much because of how loud it is. And it's hard to write. So nowadays, when I ride on the subway, I daydream, I imagine I come up with new ideas or even. [00:03:24] I meditate. And how hilarious is it to spend 20 minutes in deep meditation and forget where you are to open your eyes and see a guy speaking with deep love to his cup of coffee, surrounded by people in various stages of napping or yapping, but it lets me be here now. And that's a cool place to be. The other day, I noticed the core graffiti, some enterprising artist has painted in the dark tunnels in the space between stops. [00:03:49] There are miles of darkness and there are sometimes small lights that punctuate the darkness to sort of illuminate the space maybe for workers or something like that. And someone or [00:04:00] a number of someone's painted cool art right below the lights on one of the lines. You see a sort of movie unfold as you look at the lid spots. [00:04:07] Two people meet, try to be romantic decide they can't be, and instead become friends. And I'm not sure if it's there still, because since periodically someone from the subway comes along and paints over the art to base it black, but it's super cool when you notice it. And if I didn't take the time to slow down, I would have never noticed it. [00:04:26] And that's one of the best reasons to slow down. You begin to notice things again, instead of letting them streak by you, you actually have enough attention to pay attention. And I wouldn't see any of that if I didn't slow down and I love art where you find it, right, art, illuminates life for us, it highlights the bizarre, the fun, the tragic, the on inspiring the human condition. [00:04:52] And so when you take the time to slow down even a little bit, you get to take in. All of this other amazing and cool [00:05:00] stuff. And it also gives you time to imagine, to get new ideas, new thoughts, new insights. So I wanted to talk to you a little bit about different ways to slow down. My favorite of course is meditation, but you don't have to do that unless you want to. [00:05:15] And I'm going to talk to you a little bit more about that in a sec. You can doodle, you can daydream, you can take time off social, right. And taking time off social does something very interesting. It helps you stop consuming content. So your brain is more free to create it. And I don't mean create content for necessarily posting on social media or whatever, but creating new ideas, new creative ways of doing something. [00:05:41] Thinking about something of what you're going to cook for dinner. It doesn't matter what, what the creation is. It lets you be creative. Instead of watching other people be creative or listening to other people be creative. And it also helps you stop the comparison game, right? It gives your eyes and your ears arrest. [00:05:57] It helps you stop comparing your life to. [00:06:00] Because you're the only person living your life. You're the only person telling your story. So giving yourself permission to do that is an incredible thing. And one of the ways to do that is to take a little time to slow down and not consume content as much as so many of us do myself included. [00:06:16] Right. It also resets your mind, right? So going for a slow walk, it gives you time to sort of breathe and be and chill out and you can also do. One minute slow down to breathe, right? It's a way of filling the, well, it gives you the opportunity to do that. Very thing to just sort of go, okay, that's it. [00:06:36] I'm going to slow down and. I'm going to give you a mission, right? If you meditate, keep doing that. If you don't consider starting, and I'm going to talk to you about that right now. So how do you start? If you, if you don't meditate, how do you start doing it? How do you get into that space? Well, I've created a start where you are a meditation and that's great. [00:06:58] If you're already set, if you [00:07:00] already know where you are, that's terrific. But if you don't, if you're a little bit lost, then it becomes tougher to figure out exactly what to do and how to do it. And this is where I come in. So meditation, why, why do people meditate? We've sort of talked a little bit just about that earlier. [00:07:17] Right? Slowing down is beautiful, but it also, there are lots of reasons, right? If you're a monkey, you might do it because it's a way of getting closer to God or closer to whatever you hold sacred. If you're a lay person, you might want to do it because you want a greater sense of peace in your life. A greater sense of patience, a little bit more stability, that kind of thing. [00:07:33] And that's the whole point, since we're talking about how you can be more productive and creative. Yeah. Slow down. Meditation helps with that because it gives you space in your mind and your body and your heart and your soul to have that well, be filled with something that's positive and creative and maybe even productive, but at the very least positive and creative. [00:07:54] So there are lots of different reasons. There are people, like I said, who use meditation for [00:08:00] opening up their creative channels. Some people use it for developing better relationships, you know, with yourself as well as with other people in your life. For me, meditation has been about being creative without meditation. [00:08:11] I wouldn't have read it written seven books, but it's also about learning about yourself, you know? What the lessons are that you need to learn to know yourself better and to also be connected to something greater than yourself. If you, if you take that time, in my case, if you knowing myself better, that's about the earth and all the critters on the earth. [00:08:33] Right. But it could be whatever it is that makes you feel like you're connected. It's also way first and foremost, for me to get back into myself, finding that space within me, that helps me reset. And especially if I'm. I use a lot of breathing techniques to help with that, to help with being stressed, to help with releasing some of that Trent stress or anxiety. [00:08:56] I feel with my history, I have a lot of reasons [00:09:00] to be anxious. And I work through that often because as a, as a survivor of child abuse, as an immigrant, as someone who lived in a war zone, as someone who overcame a huge public speaking phobia, there are lots of reasons for me to be. And sometimes that anxiety rears its ugly head. [00:09:19] And I need to have tools in my toolbox to figure out how to deal with it and how to release the anxiety and as much as possible, the stress, right? That's the whole point of that. But again, it depends on who you are and what you want out of it, but a lot of it is going to end up, use it for what works for you. [00:09:39] If meditation is something that works for you, it's going to work for you. If it doesn't. Then my suggestion is. Keep trying until it does, but you're going to have to make your own way. Whatever meditation means to be. There are some tried and true techniques that work, there are some tried and true techniques that you start with. [00:09:55] And in the show notes, I'll, I'll give you a link to a meditation. That's [00:10:00] all about. The really simple breathing exercise and your mission to begin a very easy practice. It does not have to be a huge, I'm going to sit for half an hour, a day kind of thing. It just doesn't to begin with. You can do something very simple and very easy, and there are lots of different ways to meditate. [00:10:20] And we're going to talk about that in the weeks to come, but at its root, most of the time meditation is going to have some sort of breath work. When we do that, right? It's going to be with just simple breath work and, and meditation exercise. And as you develop your practice, you're going to have to see what works for you, because what I'm doing might not work. [00:10:44] There are apps you can use. There's calm and Headspace and balance. And my current favorite brain FM, there's listening to music. Vegging out as long as you've edge out without falling asleep, that's kind of meditative. And in fact, I dare say that there are gurus out there, [00:11:00] meditation teachers out there who would say that if you do anything mindfully that washing dishes can become a meditation, Allah tech, not Hahn, certainly something like Tai Chi is a moving meditation. [00:11:10] Things like that. There are lots and lots of different ways to meditate and that I'm developing and I'm going to be releasing meditation packs of different sorts of meditation in the coming weeks. But for today, we're just going to do a very back to basics kind of thing. Right. We're going to just breathe and that's your mission, right? [00:11:30] So here's, here's what I'm going to ask you to do in the show notes. There's a link to a little YouTube meditation that I developed. That's all about breathing. Very purposefully if you will, for even less than a minute. And here's the mission, the mission is that I'm going to ask you to go to the Google doc that I have. [00:11:55] There are two things to do here. I know more than one is, can be confusing, but the reason I'm [00:12:00] doing this, because there are two different things for you to do here, right? Developing an assessment or evaluating for yourself, how you feel before you meditate and how you feel after you meditate. And since breathwork is the root of meditation, we are going to do a very simple breathing meditation that takes less than a minute, but here's the thing. [00:12:24] If you go to the Google doc and you can see the image of what the Google doc looks like in the show notes, if you go to the Google doc, there's a little thing that says, how do I. And you're going to make a copy of that Google doc. So you can do this for yourself and you're going to write out how you feel. [00:12:42] Do you feel stressed? Do you feel anxious? Do you feel good? Do you feel hungry? How do you feel? And then. Once you do that a little date and timestamps is going to show up. And once that date and timestamp shows up, that's the before, right. And then do the breathing exercise in that little YouTube video. [00:12:59] So click [00:13:00] on that link and you're going to see that that actually gives you another sort of minute of that breath work that we were just talking about. And after you've done with that, go back to that Google doc and then. Type in how you feel now. So you're going to have a, before I do the breath work and after I do the breath work kind of thing happening, and the link to the YouTube video that does this little 53 seconds of meditation is right there in the Google docs. [00:13:31] So all you need to do is go to the Google doc, go to. Got to make a copy, make a copy. Cause you can't add anything into the, into that file so that lots of people can use it, but then you'll get a way of assessing for yourself. Does it make a difference? Right. I'm very practical when it comes to this stuff. [00:13:47] I love having the notion of does it make a difference and can I measure it? So that is what we're going to do. Right. [00:14:00] And w the way to look at meditation to begin with is that right? You, you have to give yourself permission to stop the rush every once in a while, take a minute and breathe. And so that's what this, this sort of test for yourself is going to be right. [00:14:17] You're going to write down how you feel beforehand, and then you're going to write down how you feel afterward, just so that you can have this notion of. Breathing and meditating and see if it makes any kind of difference for you. Try it for a week and note any differences for yourself. And I'm going to bet that you can just see some and you'll notice how much even a minute of sewing down will help you feel better and think better. [00:14:43] And if you decide that you want to go even further, then I'm going to invite you to go to yet a third thing to do. I can't believe I'm putting so many things in the show notes here. But there's a, there's a back-to-basics meditation that you can grab for yourself. And it's just just an MP3 file of me [00:15:00] talking you through this back to basics meditation. [00:15:03] What does it take to get to very, very beginning of breath work and you can feel free to grab it. It's yours for the keeping it's right there on that page. You can just grab it. And in fact, what I think I'm going to do now that I think about it is I'm going to put the link to that Google doc and the link to that YouTube meditation right there, so that you can have all three in one place. [00:15:26] And you'll notice that one of the things that happens when you do this before and after. Breathing assessment. You're going to notice changes in how you view everything. And once you notice those changes, you're also going to notice that you have more awareness to some of that, that stuff that let's use slow down, and some of the stuff that's going on around you, that you've been too busy and too stressed to notice. [00:15:48] That's really cool and really beautiful. So I'm going to invite you to do that and see. What it does for your productivity, because if you approach this stuff from that place of, I feel [00:16:00] peaceful and I don't feel stressed and rushed, you won't forget things as much. You'll have an easier time completing things. [00:16:06] You'll have an easier time of conceptualizing things, which means you're going to be able to see the whole picture, which is a beautiful thing when you're trying. Productivity to be part of your life. And you'll also see inspiration. And that's where that creativity thing, that creativity piece for me happens most when I slowed down enough to see it, to pay attention to it when it happens. [00:16:28] So if I, if I believe, and I do that, that innovation happens when. Someone who's creative sees a problem that they can solve and comes up with this really cool creative way of doing it. That's innovation. Well, if you want to innovate, if you want to create something, no one's ever created before first, you have to have the mental and sort of heart emotional space. [00:16:52] To be open to the inspiration, which is what a really easy, simple meditation practice will allow you to do. I hope that [00:17:00] you've enjoyed today's episode. I know that it's a lot of stuff to think about. Please head over to the back to basics meditation page it's is old, a t.com/back to basics. Made it back to basics meditation. [00:17:12] Oops. I said the wrong URL is older t.com/back to basics meditation. There, you will be able to find a Google doc that lets you do that. Evaluation the link to the YouTube video. That is the less than a minute of breathing. That's the thing to do when you're doing the before and after, and also the back-to-basics meditation, the exact, how the heck do you start a meditation that will help you? [00:17:38] Into that space of breath, breath, work, and breathing. I hope you've enjoyed the episode. I'd love for you to let me know what you think. If you're doing this for a week or even a few days, and you notice a difference, please let me know. Drop me a line is firstname.lastname@example.org. And if you're enjoying the episodes themselves, please rate and review the show, tell a friend [00:18:00] about the work that we're doing here and the cool stuff that we're exploring until next time I remind you to listen, learn, laugh, and. [00:18:07] A whole lot. [00:18:13] Thanks so much for joining me today. I really appreciate you being here. Please subscribe to the podcast if you're new and if you like what you're hearing, please review it and rate it and let other people know. And if you'd like to be a sponsor of the show, I'd love to meet you on patrion.com/innovative mindset. [00:18:31] I also have lots of exclusive goodies to share just with the show supporters. Today's episode was produced by Izolda Trakhtenberg and his copyright 2021 as always. Please remember, this is for educational and entertainment purposes. Only past performance does not guarantee future results, although we can always hope until next time, keep living in your innovative mindset.[00:19:00]
Thank you for tuning in to another episode of Vibrant Life Allies, the podcast that speaks with health coaches and professionals as we tackle how to live your life more vibrantly! Today, I am joined by Dr. Victor Manzo Jr. Dr. Manzo Jr.is a certified pediatric chiropractor and coach for entrepreneurs. We talk about the importance of having a vision for your life as well as some of the neuroscience involved in changing your mindset and your life. This was a great conversation that harps on the importance of mindfulness and having plans for your future. Tune in and continue to live more vibrantly! Highlights Inside the life of a pediatric chiropractor The power in mastering yourself “If this is true, then it has to work” Developing a vision of your life How to rediscover your greatness by understanding who you are Focusing on your principles Thank you for tuning in this week with another amazing guest. If you're enjoying the show, please leave us a review and share with a friend. Thanks for listening! Connect with Victor: Victor's website The Mindful Experiment Podcast Victor's Instagram Victor's Amazon author page Victor's Facebook Connect with Lisa: Website: https://www.lisaoglesbeecoaching.com/ Schedule a Connection Call with Lisa: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=20041725&appointmentType=21324511 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lisaoglesbeecoachingllc/ FREE Mindset Breakthrough Bootcamp: https://lisathelifecoach.kartra.com/page/MindsetBootcampRegistration
We are back with another episode in our new series Break Up with Burnout and I've been getting some amazing feedback from this series and that just tells me I'm not the only one who flirts with this line of feeling productive, getting things done/on the edge of burnout. Today I wanted to share with you the 5 questions that I have started to use when I feel I'm getting a little closer to that burnout line than I'd like to be. In this episode we talk about: Developing self-awareness of what we have control over Noticing warning signs of burnout + what to do about it Re-evaluating your priorities Reducing or rescheduling commitments Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co
The decumulation stage of retirement is different from all those years you spent accumulating your retirement savings. Video Recap: https://youtu.be/UyvHGltT1Z0 This is why you need to have a retirement plan in place to help guide you through this transition. Unfortunately, the same plan won't work for everyone which is why it is important to understand what type of strategy would work best for you. On this episode of Financial Symmetry, Allison Berger and I will check out the risks and opportunities to consider as you approach the decumulation stage of your life. Listen in to hear what you need to consider to make the most of your personal retirement plan. What to consider if you are retiring before age 59.5 If you are planning to retire before the age of 59.5 you first need to make sure that you have all your ducks in a row. Before age 59.5 you won't be able to access your various retirement accounts without a penalty, so you'll want to make sure that you have access to money for this time period outside of a traditional retirement account. You could obtain funds from a brokerage account, home equity, rental properties, or an inheritance. Before you retire early, think about which funds you could source without having to take a penalty by dipping into your tax-deferred accounts. You'll not only need to know where your money is coming from when retiring early, but you'll also have to think about health insurance. Obtaining health insurance before you are eligible for Medicare can be quite costly. Many people choose to go with COBRA or the ACA. Make sure you consider the costs of health insurance when creating your retirement plan. The younger you retire the more susceptible you are to sequence of return risk. Sequence of return risk can lead many people to become conservative with their investments, however, this leads to increased inflation risk. To consider these two types of risk it is important to have a balanced portfolio Retirement between the ages of 59.5 and 65 If you are planning to wait until full retirement age at 67 or beyond then you may be funding the early years of retirement all on your own without the help of Social Security. Once you reach the age of 59.5 you can access your retirement accounts without penalty. However, it is important to remember that income from your IRAs, 401Ks, and 403Bs will be taxed when you access them. Sequence of returns is still a factor this early on in retirement so make sure that your portfolio can weather the storms that the market could bring. Listen in to discover what you should be thinking about 2 years before you apply for Medicare. Retirement considerations after age 65 Once you reach 65 you can enroll in Medicare and will no longer have to worry about paying for costly medical insurance. This is a good time to start thinking about when you will take Social Security and the tax ramifications. If you are unfamiliar with the Social Security tax bubble check out episode 101 to learn more. During retirement, your annual tax plan should always be taken into consideration with your overall retirement tax plan to ensure that you save as much as you can over the course of your lifetime. Retirement strategies don't always go according to plan You've probably heard of popular retirement strategies like the 4% rule, the guardrails, the bucket strategy, or a systematic withdrawal approach. These strategies are all great on paper but they can often fall apart when life gets in the way. We like to take a flexible approach to retirement planning that is based on your life and your financial plan. We look at the big picture to think about how you can reduce your lifetime tax rate and create a plan that works with your financial goals. Examine where you are on your retirement journey. Think about your risks and opportunities when creating your retirement plan. Listen to this episode to hear what you need to think about during the different phases of your retirement. Outline of This Episode [2:40] What to consider if you are retiring before age 59.5 [7:30] Considerations for those between the ages of 59.5 and 65 [9:49] Retirement strategies don't always go according to plan [12:10] Retirement between ages 65 and 72 [16:39] Retirement in the post-RMD age [22:28] Progress principles Resources & People Mentioned Starting Over in Your 50s How an IRMAA Appeal Can Save You Thousands of Dollars Solving the Social Security Tax Bubble Mystery Connect With Chad and Mike https://www.financialsymmetry.com/podcast-archive/ Connect on Twitter @csmithraleigh @TeamFSINC Follow Financial Symmetry on Facebook Subscribe To This Podcast Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play
In this UCM Podcast, Dr. Bill Davis interviews Dr. Casey Weerheim of Upper Cervical Sioux Falls in Sioux Falls South Dakota. We discuss Dr. Casey's journey of growth and stability. We discussed the mindset that he has had to have in order to build a successful practice and where he learned it.
Natalia Staniszewska has an MS in neuroscience, she's a nutritionist, a health coach, and a podcast host who has personally overcome her struggles with food by tapping into neuroplasticity. So she combines neuroscience with her nutrition background to create a personalized approach for herself and her clients. In this episode, Natalia sits down with The Ketologist Chris Irvin to discuss more about eating disorders and binge eating, how to tell cravings versus hunger cues, planning for cheat meals, the types of overeaters, how to develop a healthy relationship with food, especially if you have a pre-existing health condition, and so much more. Here's a lineup of everything Natalia and Chris chat about: 00:00 Introduction to The Keto Answers Podcast 1:52 Natalia's background and focus 2:48 Natalia's backstory and how she found herself focused on helping people who struggle with binge eating 5:19 What Natalia discovered in her lab research on rats that correlated to human health 8:12 How disordered eating is classified 10:05 The criteria to be considered a binge eater 12:20 Are eating disorders a mental health issue? 14:48 Do cravings start out as psychological or physiological? 16:00 How to tell the difference between physical hunger and emotional hunger 19:36 Eating when you're bored and why this is so common now 21:35 What are the different hunger cues and what role do they play in binge eating? 27:33 How to be more present when you're eating 30:25 The hunger cues scale 31:58 What happens to hunger signals after you lose weight and how to combat this 38:19 Is there a higher number of people who are obese and suffering from binge eating? 39:14 Natalia's thoughts on the Intuitive Eating movement 42:15 The different types of overeaters 45:43 What about for someone who is fasting and only eats one meal per day? How do you ensure that their one meal doesn't trigger a binge eating episode? 49:14 Developing a healthy relationship with food instead of villainizing certain categories of food 55:10 Cheat meals and binge eating 59:37 What to do if you have to be restrictive because of a health condition like diabetes or celiac disease 1:04:26 The health tool Natalia's a huge fan of using and why 1:06:34 Planning for urges instead of reacting to them Resources mentioned in this episode: Natalia Staniszewska's website Natalia's Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube channel Natalia's podcast Brain Over Binge, one of the books mentioned in the episode Intuitive Eating, the second book mentioned in this episode Be sure to come back every Tuesday for a brand new episode each week!
In this episode, I'm excited to have Danny Metser (@dmhoops) join me as we go through a huge slate of topics. We discuss how to develop the whole basketball player, from not just a skills perspective but also from an athleticism/performance perspective, an IQ and mentality perspective, and a psychological point of view. We also talk about some ways that plyers can establish themselves on their team and set themselves up to help their team win and be able to expand their role as well by earning trust and credibility. We dive into even more as well, be sure to follow Danny below:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dmhoops/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcs351Jif-KP4FhLw9dmmGAClick the link below to get my FREE Elite Perimeter Scorer Workout:https://www.visiondrivenbball.com/eliteperimeterscorer If you have any questions or topics that you want me to talk about on the podcast, DM me on Instagram! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/visiondrivenbasketball/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe1Ka1W1V_TfRSwE_luacEg?view_as=subscriberThanks for listening!0:00 Intro8:23 Capture The Flag For Basketball Development?14:13 Basketball Training IS Performance Training19:26 Recognizing Limiting Factors For Players24:07 Why We NEED To Ask Players More Questions In Workouts33:42 How Players Can Expand and Thrive In Their Role36:55 Creating/Attacking Closeouts: The KEY To Being A Great Player47:24 The Biggest Key To Earning Trust and Credibility With Your Coaches and Teammates52:44 The Block Practice vs. Random Practice Debate...Some Things You Might Not Have Considered1:05:35 Skills Training...How Can We Measure Improvement and Manage Stress?1:12:56 The Importance of Understanding Behavioral Psychology