In this episode, Jeff and Lou discuss: Catalysts and benefits of independence.Dispelling the myths of leaving a wirehouse. Financial engineering and creating enterprise value. Making the shift from advisor to executive. Key Takeaways: You can do nearly anything independently that you can do within a wirehouse. You rarely, if ever, see advisors who leave the wirehouse to go independent return to the wirehouse. There is a cost of complacency for staying where you're at versus making the decision to explore other opportunities. Recruiting and M&A to grow your practice don't happen on their own, they take effort and responsibility to grow your business. "As people think about creating value, it's not only this financial engineering, which is critically important, but it's having something that can continue beyond a founder." — Jeff Concepcion Connect with Lou Camacho:Twitter:https://twitter.com/loucamachoswaWebsite: https://www.stratoswealthpartners.comLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/loucamacho Connect with Jeffrey Concepcion: Website: https://www.stratoswealthpartners.comContact: https://www.stratoswealthpartners.com/contactTwitter: https://twitter.com/Stratos_WealthFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/stratoswealthpartnersLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffconcepcion1/
Eric Zeigler, Managing Director – Wealth Solutions at Macquarie Asset Management joins Denise St. Ivany for a discussion aimed to offer “plain talk” around alternatives. With a lot of terminology to understand and an uncertain market environment, this episode sets out to help advisors and clients take a second look at certain assumptions about asset allocation and diversification in the space. Learn more about private market investing at The Sharpe Advisor. © 2022 Macquarie Group Limited
This week on The Bizzimumzi Podcast, Ashley is joined in conversation by Sarah Armstrong. Sarah is the VP of Global Marketing operations for Google and author of 'The Mom's Guide to a Good Divorce: What to think when children are involved.' Sarah has been on a mission to help dispel myths about divorce, especially as they affect women, and those myths persist despite widespread acceptance of all kinds of blended and nontraditional families. Sarah warns that the stigma of divorce remains, especially for women. Often in the workplace but also on the playground. Sarah offers practical tips and advice for moms striving to create a good divorce and to buffet stereotypes about divorce. In this Bizzimumzi podcast episode we discuss: Dispel the myth of the miserable divorcée by showing your success and happiness with your head held high. Attend your children's events and school meetings with your ex, gracefully acknowledge your children's time spent with your ex as an important time for development for your children, and focus on self-care for yourself. Half-truths about your divorce can mutate and spin out of your reach. Share your situation with a limited number of people, especially at work and among friends too, so that you can control the flow of information and protect your children from misinformation about the details of your divorce. Gossips fuel the myth of the inadequate divorcée. Surround yourself with “energy givers,” Sarah says, not energy takers, which is what gossip is. Don't imbibe them. The media loves an ugly divorce, which fuels the myth that all divorces are ugly. Dispelling this myth is essential to the health and welfare of the children involved. Sarah offers personal stories of how she herself has worked to dispel the myths of being a divorced mom and provides sage advice for taking practical steps to work toward a good divorce. This show is lovingly supported by the fabulous sustainability app., Nudj. Not only are they supporting the podcast they want to support and teach you how to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Click here to download the Nudj App: https://tinyurl.com/Nudjfreeapp The Bizzimumzi Podcast is brought to you by coffee-infused host Ashley Verma. This show is created to share all the ups, downs and all arounds of being a mom, owning a successful business and truly managing being an un-single single mom, attempting to balance all aspects of family life! Each week Ashley will be joined by a fellow inspiring, thriving and surviving Bizzimumzi - who will share their own journey. This podcast is your weekly opportunity to take a deep breath as we try to navigate the wild world of parenting; think of this podcast as the safe space where we are not too hard on ourselves, we share our humility and relish in overcoming the inevitable failures that simply happen. This is a show for those Mom's that are not trying to be shiny and filtered. This is a podcast for those who are unapologetically, at their best and worst, Bizzimumzi's! We want to hear from you! Any questions or collaborations please reach out to us at: email@example.com Resources: Ashley Verma: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Nudj App: https://tinyurl.com/Nudjfreeapp
Welcome back to Intellicast! This is part 1 of our 2-part series previewing some of the speakers and content at this year's Insights Marketing Day in Chicago on October 6, 2022. In this first episode, Brian Lamar and Producer Brian are joined by David Paull of Dialsmith and Lillian Labs and Susan Griffin of Griffin + Skeggs Collaborative. Both David and Susan will be speakers at the upcoming IMD conference, so this episode is a great chance to get a sneak peek at the content they'll be sharing. David Paull [4:00 – 29:05] David's interview kicks off with an overview of his background in market research. He started his career in technology, marketing, and sales but eventually fell into marketing research which led him to found Dialsmith and Lillian Labs. In his interview, we learn how these companies work together for stronger storytelling and messaging. David's session at IMD, Stupendous Storytelling for Marvelous Messaging, will share a real-life example of a B2B company struggling to differentiate itself from its competitors. He'll share how they developed new messaging from their research, tested, and finalized it. It will cover everything from getting to know your audience to creating testable, story-based messaging. Toward the end of his interview, David shares some quick tips for improving your storytelling and messaging and has his own segment of the 4Ps. This is a jam-packed interview that has us hyped up for his presentation at Insights Marketing Day! Susan Griffin [29:06 – 1:10:52] We start Susan's interview by asking about her career and background. Susan actually got her start in sample! She's held various roles including East Coast US Representative for ESOMAR and being on the Insights Council for the American Marketing Association. Susan shares how her involvement in these organizations led to her career in market research. Susan's session at IMD is titled, When Building Your Brand, Think Like a Builder! Her presentation will help market researchers differentiate the work they do from others in the industry, and understand how, as builders, we can describe our end product rather than simply sharing our tools. (An awesome metaphor if we do say so ourselves.) You'll walk away from her session knowing how to make your brand accessible, memorable, and referrable. Susan shares her advice for market researchers if competitors start to adopt your differentiating messaging and has her own take on the 4Ps! You don't want to miss Susan's session at Insights Marketing Day! You can listen to Susan's podcast, Story Conversations, here. Dinner in America, the movie featuring Susan's daughter, Emily, comes to Hulu later this month! You can watch the trailer here. You can also learn more about Griffin + Skeggs Collaborative here: https://www.griffinandskeggs.com/ Thanks for listening! Missed our webinar, Dispelling the Myth: All Panels are the Same? No problem! You can register for the on-demand version here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3616620354739/WN_ysZOaYSeRoyA73QRJTubyA EMI's annual report on the sample industry, The Sample Landscape, is now available! Get your copy here: https://emi-rs.com/the-sample-landscape/ Want to catch up on our blogs? Click here. Missed one of our webinars or want to get some of our whitepapers and reports? You can find it all on our Resources page on our website here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sign up for Intelligence Squared Premium here: https://iq2premium.supercast.com/ for ad-free listening, bonus content, early access and much more. See below for details. Bruce Daisley is one the world's most respected thought leaders on workplace culture and the future of work. He was Vice-President of Twitter in Europe for 12 years and has four times been voted the ‘fantasy hire' that most business leaders would like to make. In August 2022 he came to Intelligence Squared to talk about the themes of his new book Fortitude: Unlocking the Secrets of Inner Strength. Dispelling the myth that to succeed in life we need to be tough and self-reliant, he unpicked the overused concept of resilience, explained how it really works, and put forward a new programme for building self-confidence and tenacity. Drawing on his personal experience and recent scientific research, he showed how we can draw on those around us to build confidence and find our inner strength. Our host for today's discussion is Sarah Ellis, co-founder along with Helen Tupper of Amazing If, an award-winning company with a mission to make careers better for everyone. Sarah is also co-host of the Squiggly Careers podcast and has published books including You Coach You. … We are incredibly grateful for your support. To become an Intelligence Squared Premium subscriber, follow the link: https://iq2premium.supercast.com/ Here's a reminder of the benefits you'll receive as a subscriber: Ad-free listening, because we know some of you would prefer to listen without interruption One early episode per week Two bonus episodes per month A 25% discount on IQ2+, our exciting streaming service, where you can watch and take part in events live at home and enjoy watching past events on demand and without ads A 15% discount and priority access to live, in-person events in London, so you won't miss out on tickets Our premium monthly newsletter Intelligence Squared Merch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Frank and Greg discussed the aftermath of the Marshall game and where Notre Dame goes from here under first-year head coach Marcus Freeman. The lads discuss: Officially launching the Drew Pyne fan club Why what Notre Dame is doing offensively right now just doesn't make much sense Getting Chris Tyree more touches Dispelling any cupboard being bare notions Revised expectations for the season A delicious IPA from Treehouse
Amy chats to us about the many issues pre and post natal women face when looking to exercise and the misinformation within the industry. She draws from her own experiences during her current pregnancy, and how after the birth of her second daughter she began to seek out knowledge to better educate herself and others around pregnancy and post natal exercise.If you would like to speak to us regarding any of the topics today, or suggest a guest please email firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Amy on Instagram @amysnellingPTAmy @aw2wellnessKim @kim.bodyimage.fitness Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Frank and Greg discussed the aftermath of the Marshall game and where Notre Dame goes from here under first-year head coach Marcus Freeman. The lads discuss: Officially launching the Drew Pyne fan club Why what Notre Dame is doing offensively right now just doesn't make much sense Getting Chris Tyree more touches Dispelling any cupboard being bare notions Revised expectations for the season A delicious IPA from Treehouse
In the latest episode of the Empowerography Podcast, my guest is Sara Frenza. I am a mom to 2 girls, nutrition and body transformation coach, and owner of Sara Frenza Fitness and Nutrition. Over the past few years, I went from avoiding mirrors to a published fitness model in my 40's. Fitness changed me forever! It gave me the strength to be the best version of me both physically and mentally. Most of all it gave me my confidence back so that I can level up in all areas of my life. I became a better mom, wife, daughter, employee and friend because I gained confidence, courage, grit, determination, a positive mindset and a respect for myself and my body. My mission is to teach other women how to eat and lift their way to the body of their dreams. I learned more about nutrition by taking my nutrition coaching certification and I also learned how to take women through a successful body transformation from the Strong Formula certification course using the same techniques that were applied in my own body transformation. In this episode we discuss the importance of taking care of yourself first, body transformation, weight maintenance and the diet industry and conditioning. Website - https://www.sarafrenzafitness.com/ IG - http://www.instagram.com/sara_frenza Free Gift Download from Sara -https://www.sarafrenzafitness.com/4-warning-signs-metabolism "First and foremost, how I prioritize my day is my health and fitness is non-negotiable" - 00:02:11 "It wasn't until I started prioritizing my health and fitness that I really developed a deep respect and self-love for myself" - 00:14:50 "Things don't happen to you, they happen because of you" - 00:31:03 Empowerography would like to offer you a discount code to one of our exclusive partners, Quartz & Canary Jewelry & Wellness Co. Please use CODE EMPOWER15 to receive 15% off upon check out at www.quartzandcanary.com. Quartz & Canary is truly the place, where spirituality meets style.
Dispelling the myths - a true and honest account of SD-WAN. Stu hosts this SD-WAN special as a team of experts talk about why its OK to be incompetent, the choice and flexibility available with SD-WAN and much much more...
On this episode of THRIVE — sponsored by accessiBe — Kelly and Amanda discuss how agencies can be changemakers for inclusivity in the world. Amanda and I cover these points and more:Dispelling the myth that accessibility is a niche market;The three things agencies can do to be more accessible;Solutions available for agencies to create more accessible websites;The most significant benefit for agency leaders today.Be sure to tune in to all the episodes of THRIVE to get practical tips on becoming a conscious leader, growing your agency, and more. Thanks for listening, and I'd love to hear your takeaways!If you enjoyed this episode, post it in your stories and tag me @agencyscaler. And don't forget to follow, rate, and review the podcast wherever you listen.Learn more about THRIVE at https://klcampbell.com/category/podcast/, and https://accessibe.com/thrive CONNECT WITH AMANDA KANNERS:LinkedInCONNECT WITH KELLY CAMPBELL:LinkedInInstagramTwitterWork with Kelly
Welcome back to Intellicast! On today's episode, Brian Lamar and Producer Brian are joined by Craig Alter, Consumer Insights at Bon Secours Mercy Health. Craig is a 20-year veteran of client-side market research, having held roles at Luxxotica, Tyson Foods, and Bon Secours Mercy Health. He joins us to talk about some of the challenges the client-side or market research faces. Kicking off the interview, we talk to Craig about his background and what led him to market research. He, like many we have talked to, kind of fell into market research after many years in finance and marketing. We then talk to Craig about some of the challenges he faces as a client-side market researcher, everything from being in small departments (like a department of 1), having to be the expert in everything research for his organization, to talking about where he goes to learn and grow as a researcher. He discusses how he needs to sell the benefits of market research to the leaders in his organization. Craig then gets into some specific challenges being a client-side researcher in healthcare. He talks about how HIPPA compliance can often make research more difficult. He also touches on the need for storytelling, and how crafting an insightful, engaging, but concise, story is super beneficial when providing insights, and the “so what?” to his organization. In the last part of the interview, we bring back an old favorite and do a new round of the 4 P's. We find out that Craig plays pop songs on the piano. We also learn that he loves to travel and that he got back into working out because of the pandemic. This is a great episode for anyone who wants to better understand client-side research and their challenges. You can connect with Craig on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-alter/ Thanks for listening! You can register for our upcoming webinar, Dispelling the Myth: All Panel are the Same, on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at 2:00 PM EDT, where we bust the myth that sample is a commodity. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ysZOaYSeRoyA73QRJTubyA MI's annual report on the sample industry, The Sample Landscape, is now available! Get your copy here: https://emi-rs.com/the-sample-landscape/ Want to catch up on our blogs? Click here. Missed one of our webinars or want to get some of our whitepapers and reports? You can find it all on our Resources page on our website here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Twelve years of work attempting to find common ground between developers and conservationists in southwest Florida goes down the drain because the developers cheaped out.Our gest this week is Moni Basu who visited the Spiritualist community in Cassadaga and wrote about her experience for Flamingo Magazine. What Basu found differs greatly from advertisements popularizing Cassadaga as the "Psychic Capital of the World."Now is the time to visit the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in St. Pete to see it's latest temporary exhibition, "Black Pioneers: Legacy in the American West." On view through January 8, 2023, "Black Pioneers" explores the path of Black history in the West with a timeline of original pictorial quilts. The timeline begins in 1528, which marks the arrival of Africans in the American West, and continues through the Civil Rights Movement. Dispelling the myth that Black people in the old West were mostly cowboys, the exhibition shows rich diversity in their occupations and achievements in society, religion, education, and the arts. Choosing quilts as the visual medium for this exhibition accentuates the intersections of African Americans in the Western Frontier while informing others about the art form and its important role in African American history."Welcome to Florida" is also presented by Windstormproducts.com, a Florida company which has grown to become the largest online supplier of hurricane hardware in the world. Beyond the hardware needed to protect your home or business from hurricane wind damage, Windstormproducts.com also sells the amazing Quick Dam water activated flood barrier, an inexpensive, easy to install, lightweight product which does the work of dozens of sandbags. If you've ever had to fill sandbags, you know what a pain in the neck that is. Never again. Check out how the Quick Dam water activated flood barrier works.As always, "Welcome to Florida" is presented by Visit Sarasota which features its own distillery! At Siesta Key Rum in Sarasota, you can take a distillery tour, enjoy tastings and purchase your own bottle of its toasted coconut, coffee and spiced rums.
Tim, Brian, Matt, Mathew, David, Dan, Janice, Jim, and Paul discuss the key difference between a gnostic and Christian conception of the Logos and tie in the gnostic antagonism to the darkness described in John and defeated by Christ. The discussion concludes with an examination of how faith defeats gnostic nihilism. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.
My guest this week is James R. Coggins, a writer, editor and researcher. James lays out the hidden costs and environmental challenges of moving Canada towards EVs (Electric Vehicles). James is the author of a great article in the Winter / Spring 2022 edition of the C2C Journal, entitled: “The Future with Zero-Emission Electric Vehicles.” In our interview, he exposes the forbiddingly high costs of manufacturing, purchasing and charging a future replacement fleet of 25 million Canadian-owned vehicles.Learn more about James at: www.coggins.ca
There are a lot of misconceptions in our society about the grieving process, which can hamper and cause undue anxiety for individuals as they grieve. In this episode, our Bereavement Counselors will look at some of these misconceptions and share an understanding which we hope will resonate with the many facets of grief experience that individuals may encounter.
The Gas and Oil Party (GOP), wants Floridians to believe that it's possible to both promote drilling in the Gulf of Mexico AND protect Florida beaches from the inevitability of oil spills which is, of course, ridiculous.This week's guest is Jamin Wells a professor and researcher at the University of West Florida in Pensacola. Wells is helping lead a project analyzing the deep involvement of one of Pensacola's most prominent historic citizens, T.T. Wentworth, in the Ku Klux Klan. Craig Pittman wrote about the subject in the summer of 2021 for Flamingo Magazine."Welcome to Florida," as always, is presented by Visit Sarasota and if you love seafood, there's no better place in the state to find it than Sarasota, particularly its seafood markets which bring in fresh Gulf seafood daily. Across Sarasota County you'll find fresh catch seafood to take home and prepare yourself at these exceptional seafood markets.Windstormproducts.com is a Florida-owned small business that has turned itself into the world's largest online retailer of hurricane hardware. From bolts and screws and wingnuts to the drill bits required to anchor them into concrete, sidewalks, wood, masonry or stucco, Windstormproducts.com has the professional tools you need to secure your home or business from hurricane wind damage AND the expertise to make sure you have the right product for your job.Opening September 3, 2022, at the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in downtown St. Petersburg is "Black Pioneers: Legacy in the American West." This exhibition, the first of its kind, explores the path of Black history in the West with a timeline of original pictorial quilts. The timeline begins in 1528, which marks the arrival of Africans in the American West and continues through the Civil Rights Movement. Dispelling the myth that Black people in the old West were mostly cowboys, "Black Pioneers: Legacy in the American West," shows rich diversity in their occupations and achievements in society, religion, education, and the arts.
I brought Pamela Barba (soulful brand and biz strategist/Human Design consultant) on the podcast for a critical conversation about how trauma shows up in your "showing up," with a specific focus on:
While stigma regarding utilizing therapy has decreased, many myths about it as a treatment and the experience itself remain. Dr. Julio Rojas is a Licensed Health Service Psychologist and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor for Citizen Potawatomi Nation Behavioral Health Services with decades of experience helping clients overcome trauma, addictive disorders, substance abuse and improve their quality of life with psychotherapy. He believes discussing therapy as a tool is one of the best ways to tackle myths and stigma to treatment.
The 360 Diaspora Experience Podcast Episode 22: Dispelling the Myths About Mental Health and Children Host: Keji Ogunleye - Real Estate Agent | Investor | Business Coach Guest: Mary Omobhude - Nurse Practitioner Produced By: Elite Conversations Podcast Media https://eliteconversations.com/
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, we lose about 50 to 100 strands of hair from our head every day. But some people will experience even more significant hair loss in their lifetimes, which can be a source of anxiety and in some cases, an indicator of more serious medical issues. On this episode of the Merck Manuals, Wendy S. Levinbook, MD, Hartford Dermatology Associates, breaks down the most common misconceptions about hair loss – along with the facts people should know. About Merck For over 130 years, Merck, known as MSD outside of the United States and Canada, has been inventing for life, bringing forward medicines and vaccines for many of the world's most challenging diseases in pursuit of our mission to save and improve lives. We demonstrate our commitment to patients and population health by increasing access to health care through far-reaching policies, programs and partnerships. Today, Merck continues to be at the forefront of research to prevent and treat diseases that threaten people and animals – including cancer, infectious diseases such as HIV and Ebola, and emerging animal diseases – as we aspire to be the premier research-intensive biopharmaceutical company in the world. For more information, visit www.merck.com and connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.
We are all wired differently. Dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD and autism spectrum conditions are all variations that can exist in our brains. Researchers are trying to gain a better understanding of the causes of neurodiversity through looking at genetic and environmental factors along with new scanning techniques which allow them to watch the brain at work. Professor Karen Waldie from Auckland University's School of Psychology and Centre for Brain Research is one of those leading the charge. She speaks to Kathryn about what we are learning about neurodiversity and what the education system can do to better support neurodiverse kids in the classroom.
Scott Mason is a transformation coach for executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders and the Host of Scott Mason's Purpose Highway Podcast, where he explores how social changes revolutionize our society. Previously, Scott was the President and Co-principal of The Brooklyn Press, Inc., General Counsel and Vice President of Operations at the Urban Resource Institute, has held several executive management and leadership roles, and is a versatile public speaker for Scott Masson, LLC. He graduated from Carleton College with a degree in English and a JD degree in law from Columbia Law School. In this episode… When you're at a standstill in your career, finding the right motivation to level up can seem unattainable. How can you shift your mindset and discover a new point of view? Where can you turn to establish a deeper foundation during transitional times? Scott Mason works with leaders and entrepreneurs at all levels to enhance the framework of their future. Through his innovative style, as well as connecting the brain and heart to create a vision, Scott helps others ignite their inner charisma during the transformational process. Are you ready to become an Olympian and find your professional freedom? In this episode of Access To Anyone, Michael Roderick is joined by transformational coach and keynote speaker, Scott Mason, to discuss the elements of transformational coaching through identifying toxic myths and roles. Scott talks about recognizing and stimulating change, unique communication styles, and the four customizable components of his program.
Vanessa Oliver, a registered dietitian nutritionist with UK HR Health and Wellness, returns to the podcast to talk about diet culture. As a certified Intuitive Eating counselor, Vanessa shares this framework contributes to our resilience. Listen as she and host Jakob Hester discuss: what diet culture is and why it is problematic for our overall well-being; how diet culture has disguised itself as wellness culture; what it means to have an anti-diet mindset; and ways we can overcome and dismantle diet culture when we're on an anti-diet path. You can view the episode show notes here.
Why is it critical that we learn to better connect with our military service members? Our guest today shares first-hand what it means to protect and care for others and why it is so important. Shelly Rood served in the United States Army Reserves for 16 years as an Intelligence Officer and now is a small business owner and ordained minister, advocating for selfless service in action. Attaining the rank of Captain, Shelly served as an S2, a Company Commander and more, leading covert intelligence briefings and orchestrating security programs for nearly 4,000 Soldiers. Her military awards include the Shield of Sparta and the St. Joan D'Arc. A Distinguished Military Graduate from Western Michigan University, Shelly graduated in May 2022 with her M.A. in Ministry Studies at Moody Theological Seminary. She is the creator of Others Over Self®, a leadership mindset company serving people in positions of influence to make a lasting impact on others. One of the main programs Shelly Rood facilitates is the Warriors With Warriors Program: Connecting Spiritual Warriors with Earthly Warriors. Through this program, Shelly and her team empower faith leaders to better connect with military persons through enhanced military cultural competency, shared life experiences and deepening interpersonal skills. The impact is profound. In just five minutes, you can make a huge difference in the life of a military service member. Listen to this episode to learn how. What We Discuss with Shelly Rood in this Episode Career turning points Becoming a Military Intelligence Officer When the door to your dream job closes Having a mission first mindset The creativity that military service fosters Why only 60% of veterans qualify for veteran care Mental health issues that our warriors face Practical ways we can reduce suicide statistics Why “Thank you for your service” is NOT the best way to honor service members Dispelling the myth around why people join the military PRY first time engagement tips The Warriors with Warriors program Teaching faith leaders how to support the military better What is military cultural competency Crisis awareness and crisis intervention Finding a way to launch your passion project Embracing a leadership mindset Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/leadership/427-serving-our-warriors-better-with-shelly-rood
Live Stream recorded from 05/08/2022 at YWAM Harpenden Studios. • • ** This is a personal podcast and reflects my thoughts and convictions. It does not represent any official position held by Youth With A Mission.**
Ms. Joi Howard joins the Kings to debunk the myths about child support. We dive into her personal story and how she handled divorce and the prospect of child support. She shares her perspective on the need for child support as well as providing some information regarding the numbers behind who actually benefits from child support. https://linktr.ee/kingscanmoveon
Defining who we are versus how our family, friends, and others define us is a common experience; and striking a balance between the two is an especially prevalent struggle for adolescents and young adults. Identity development is the process of aligning how we feel inside with what we project to the outside world and, when there are internal and external influences that interfere with that process, many might find that their mental health is impacted. In today's episode, you'll hear from Sherry's 18-year-old daughter, Ali Burkhard, as she shares her own journey of claiming her identity and how the process has impacted her mental health. We also touch on why counseling has been such a valuable resource for Ali, the importance of setting boundaries in parent-child relationships, and how Ali's faith has influenced her journey and helped her find hope, plus so much more! Make sure to stay tuned until the end of the episode to hear Ali's song, ‘Embraced', which she wrote about her journey of embracing her identity. We hope you'll join us!Key Points From This Episode:Insight into Ali's personality as an introvert, an internal processor, and a deep thinker.The social stigma and expectations that can accompany certain stereotypes.Influencing factors that made the process of identity development difficult for Ali.Why we shouldn't make assumptions if we want to build valuable relationships with people.Ali reflects on the internal conflict that can come with trying to live up to others' expectations.Understanding perfectionism as a coping mechanism.How counseling has been a valuable resource for Ali.A look at the importance of finding the right counselor for you.The problem with comparison when it comes to mental health issues.How Ali learned to voice her feelings and become more connected with her emotions.Dispelling the stigma that is associated with seeking support for your mental health.The importance of establishing respectful boundaries in parent-child relationships.Recognizing that you can't change other people; you can only work on yourself.While it's easy to feel like the victim in certain situations, Ali highlights the fact that it only leaves you feeling disempowered.Advice for parents: you can't fix what your child is going through, but you can support them.A reminder that there is always room to work on yourself.Ali shares some insight into the song she wrote about her journey of embracing her identity.Understanding that you're not broken if you're struggling and God doesn't look on you with shame if you're depressed.Closing with Ali's story of hope: seeing the response that others have had to her song.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:‘Embraced' by Ali Grace on Apple MusicMosaics of Mercy
On Wednesday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, wife, mother, author and speaker, Kristan Hawkins joins us to talk about the national simulcast, "Standing with Her Sunday" to be held on August 28, 2022, at 8 p.m. ET, emphasizing the role the Church must take in the pro-life movement to support women in unplanned pregnancies. An article that will also be discussed is regarding five lies the abortion industry is pushing and how to respond. Standing with Her Sunday - August 28 5 Lies the Abortion Industry is Pushing and How to RespondSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Dr. Fiona McCulloch ND, the founder, and owner of White Lotus Integrative Medicine has worked with thousands of people seeking better health over the past 15 years of her practice. She is committed to health education and advocacy, empowering her patients with the most current information on health topics and natural medicine therapies with a warm, empathic approach. In today's show, we talk about Dr. Fiona's new book “8 Steps to Reverse your PCOS” which she released in September 2016! We also talk about the connection between PCOS, inflammation, gut health & thyroid conditions! Dr. Fiona joined us on a previous episode: episode 45 where we talked about the autoimmune disease as it relates to fertility, thyroid health, and MTHFR gene mutation Today's episode is sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Course. The most in-depth and comprehensive online fertility awareness self-study program available. Click here to join now! Topics discussed in today's episode: Why has there been a recent push to change the name of PCOS? The connection between PCOS, insulin resistance, and Diabetes What is inflammation as it relates to PCOS and how is it caused? The connection between inflammation, food sensitivities, and autoimmunity Why is following whole foods based nutrition plan so important for reducing chronic low-grade inflammation? Androgen excess and PCOS What is Hirsutism and how can it connect to PCOS? How do stress and hormones affect the length of the ovulatory process? How hormones affect a woman's cycle as she matures Why doctors should use caution when diagnosing PCOS for an adolescent female The connection between PCOS and Cardiovascular Disease How can thyroid disorders play a role in PCOS? Dispelling the myth that PCOS doesn't go away after giving birth Dr. Fiona's advice for women with PCOS who are trying to conceive Connect with Dr. Fiona McCulloch, ND You can connect with Dr. Fiona on her Website and on Facebook Resources mentioned: Dr. Fiona's Book: 8 Steps to Reverse your PCOS White Lotus Integrative Medicine The Fifth Vital Sign: Master Your Cycles & Optimize Your Fertility (Book) | Lisa Hendrickson-Jack Fertility Awareness Mastery Charting Workbook Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Program Related podcasts & blog posts: FFP 022 | What is PCOS? | Healing PCOS Naturally | PCOS Diva Amy Medling FFP 060 | Treating PCOS Without Fertility Drugs | Conceiving Naturally With PCOS | Dr. Katherine Sherif FFP 103 | Real Food for PCOS | PCOS, Insulin Resistance & Diabetes | Managing PCOS Naturally with Diet | Balancing Blood Sugar | Lily Nichols FFP 425 | PCOS or HA? | What Is The Difference? | Lisa | Fertility Friday FFP 354 | Coming Off The Pill With PCOS | Kate Kordsmeier FFP 211 | Healing PCOS | Amy Medling Join the community! Follow Fertility Friday on Instagram! Subscribe to the Fertility Friday Podcast in Apple Podcasts! Music Credit: Intro/Outro music Produced by J-Gantic A Special Thank You to Our Show Sponsors: Fertility Friday | Fertility Awareness Programs This episode is sponsored by my Fertility Awareness Programs! Master Fertility Awareness and take a deep dive into your cycles and how they relate to your overall health! Click here to apply now! Fertility Awareness Mastery Mentorship Program (FAMM) This episode is sponsored by FAMM! Are you a women's health practitioner looking for a solid way to incorporate comprehensive fertility awareness chart analysis into your practice? If yes, FAMM is the program you've been waiting for. Click here to apply now!
This week we cover the importance of a tabletop roleplaying game's setting lore. We discuss why we think it's sometimes neglected and cover the potential risks of not being wholly acquainted with your in-game world. We touch on topics such as setting uniqueness, campaign scope, bringing real-world assumptions into sessions, the loremaster player archetype, and much more.Website: https://icastspells.comTwitter: @passive_podcastEmail: email@example.comShow Breakdown:0:00: Intro0:59: TTRPG News13:20: @BurnelDan "What is your favorite character you've had in any game?"21:36: Main Topic23:19: Dispelling the misconception that some games don't have lore24:53: What exactly we mean by TTRPG lore25:56: The subtlety of deep lore games28:37: TTRPG lore is what players fall in love with and remember29:55: Lore knowledge helps us play our most genuine characters31:27: Not using the available lore can strip a setting of its uniqueness34:29: The absence of lore can serve as a hook35:18: Emergent lore, while useful sometimes, can be a cop-out for players who don't want to do their research39:47: Gaining a working knowledge of a game's lore informs the scope of the players' actions41:02: Gaining a baseline of lore knowledge shows respect to the game and the GM42:40: Knowing lore prevents us from bringing real-world assumptions into the game44:45 Knowing game lore cuts down on lengthy exposition dumps (employing the loremaster player archetype)49:27: Wanting emergent story has merit, as does targeted learning53:32: Outro
Dr. Shawn Baker has become an icon in the world of animal-based nutrition for popularizing the growing “Carnivore Diet”, which has reached and improved the lives of millions of people. Dr. Baker has competed in athletics at the highest levels, served overseas, performed surgeries, written a book, and launched a telemedicine business. His career in health and athletics is decorated with accomplishments, and the proof is in the pudding with Dr. Baker - what you see is what you get. He has transformed millions of lives by changing the perceptions around eating a meat-only diet as a tool to cure chronic diseases like obesity, hypertension, type II diabetes, and autoimmune conditions like IBS, Colitis, and Crohn's disease. In our conversation with Dr. Baker, we discuss: Addressing the elephant in the room: why are we so unhealthy and how can we fix it? Dispelling the pervasive narrative about meat being bad for people and the planet Misconceptions of the Carnivore Diet: cholesterol and fiber Performing at a high level on the Carnivore Diet Launching Revero - his telemedicine business BRAND AFFILIATES LMNT Electrolyte Drink Mix: LMNT is loaded with the electrolytes you need without the sugar. We personally used LMNT during our Ironman training and performance and also during everyday training to provide us with the sodium we need on a low-carb diet. LINK: DrinkLMNT.com/MEATMAFIA Kettle & Fire Bone Broth: Kettle & Fire Bone Broth is a simple yet important part of our days. The healthy protein and amino acids in the broth has been a critical part of our morning routines. LINK: Kettleandfire.com/MeatMafia CODE: MEATMAFIA (15%) Farrow Skincare: Farrow is a product we recently started using for skincare and we love it. It's animal-based, using pig lard and tallow and leaves your skin beaming with essential vitamins and minerals without the added fillers. LINK: https://farrow.life/ CODE: ‘MAFIA' for 20% off PAST EPISODES Texas Slim, Dr. Brian Lenzkes, Matt D, James Connolly, The Gourmet Caveman, Doug Reynolds, Chris Cornell, Jason Wrich, Mike Hobart, Gerry Defilippo, Cal Reynolds, Dr. Phil Ovadia, Cole Bolton, Colin Carr, Conza, Carmen Studer, Dr. Ken Berry, Mikayla Fasten, Josh Rainer, Seed Oil Rebellion, Dr. Ben, Dr. Tro, Mike Collins, Dave Feldman, Mark Schatzker, Marty Bent, Dr. Mary Caire, AJ Scalia, Drew Armstrong, Marko - Whiteboard Finance, Vinnie Tortorich, Nick Horowitz, Zach Bitter, C.J. Wilson, Alex Feinberg, Brian Sanders, Myles Snider, Tucker Goodrich, Joe Consorti, Jevi, Charles Mayfield, Sam Knowlton, Tucker Max, Natasha Van Der Merwe, Colin Stuckert, Joey Justice, Dr. Robert Lufkin, Nick Norwitz, The Art of Purpose, Carlisle Studer, Dr. Cate Shanahan, Ancestral Veil, Brad Kearns, Justin Mares, Gary Fettke, Dr. Brooke Miller, John Constas, Robb Wolf, Amber O'Hearn, Tristan Scott, Dr. Phil Pearlman, Dr. Anthony Gustin, Callicrates.
There's nothing like a Soul chat with a spiritual woman dedicated to creating her own path between the mundane and the magical. My guest Sara Rae and I go into aaalll the things, from manifesting to meditation - tune in to get spiritually inspired! This episode is rich with personal stories and insights and is dedicated to everyone who is ready to question the dominant narratives in the spiritual space.Conversation highlights:- Reconnecting with God and spiritual abilities- Infusing the spiritual into the mundane and why it does not have to be mutually exclusive- Why meditation is a non-negotiable - How Sara Rae got into crystals and the role it played in her journey- Overcoming imposter syndrome on the path of becoming a coach- The deeper mechanics of energetic alignment- Creating your own definition of success - beyond the X figures and popularity- How Sara Rae quit her unaligned job and found a way to serve - 4 stages of manifestation and how to use them- Dispelling manifestation myths- Manifestation vs privilege- What to do when manifestation is taking a long timeGUEST BIOSara Rae is a manifesting coach, author and podcaster. Her brand is Spiritually Inspired, and she helps spiritual women dissolve old patterns of behavior, mindsets, and beliefs that no longer serve them and adopt new ways of being, thinking and creating. While working with Sara Rae, they discover their own flavor of spirituality and learn how to easily incorporate it into their everyday lives. She is also a medium, a reiki practitioner, a crystal healer, a tarot reader, astrologer, and a new mom.LINKSSara Rae website >>Sara Rae Instagram >>Free group >>Meditation podcast episode >>Violetta's episode on Spiritually Inspired (Sara's podcast) >>Enjoyed this episode? Please subscribe to the show, leave a review, and share the episode on social media tagging me @templeofstarfire_
This episode is sponsored by Optimal Carnivore “CarnivoreY” to receive 10% off all products- Brain Nourish - https://amzn.to/3liaNFN Grassfed Organ Meat Complex https://amzn.to/3Dp1R9e Grassfed Beef liver https://amzn.to/3clgONz This episode is sponsored by Upgraded Formulas - Get your HTMA with Upgraded Formulas - use my code YOGI12 or YOGI for a discount! - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/?rfsn=4637317.2071db5&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4637317.2071db5 Ian Mitchell is one of the world's top biochemists & has worked with NASA - top Olympic athletes, Dave Asprey, David Sinclair & some of the top professionals in the health and wellness space. Today we talk about C60 - deuterium - deuterium depletion, anti aging - the harms of NNEMF and so much more! Sign up for my newsletter to get special offers in the future! - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/contact Want to understand deuterium & how to deplete deuterium? Check out this mini course I created! https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/offers/29LEyGnD Check out all my courses to understand how to improve your mitochondrial health & experience long lasting health! https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/store Find Ian's products here: https://wizardsciences.com TIME STAMPS: 0:00 Beginning 3:00 Ian's background 3:47 Ian's thoughts on processed foods 5:42 NNEMF in the 80's vs now & how this affects our health 6:34 What NNEMF actually does to your body on a cellular level 8:00 GMOs vs nature 10:00 Quantum physics vs allergies 12:10 How histamine reaction actually occurs on a cellular level 13:05 How science changes and evolves & why we should be more open minded 14:39 Dispelling the emotion around NNEMF & how it dehydrates the body 17:50 How 5 G affects
BONUS EPISODE! Use code ITALLMEDIA to enjoy 20% off over at SemaineHealth.com.This episode with Semaine Health, delves into dispelling the myth of UTIs and why women ACTUALLY get them. If you're like us, you envision too much sex or a rigorous workout as to why you get that pesky UTI. Turns out - according to the Mayo Clinic the #1 "risk factor" for UTIs are "female anatomy." There ya have it folks! AND, did you know that with age UTIs become more common? This episode is fact-packed and fun-filled (it IS the FIA podcast, y'all!) talking all things UTIs, and what Semaine Health is doing to cleanse and protect women at all stages of life. Here's to female anatomy, and all the "risks" it brings!X,K+KP.S. Don't forget to use your 20% promo code: ITALLMEDIA at checkout. K, Byyyye.
Ever since Joanna started working on her commitment to being an advocate for her fellow Introverts, she has been repeatedly asked this same question, "What is the Extraversion Bias?" In this short and important episode, join our Host as she defines what bias is and explores its notions, shares an in-depth explanation about what Extraversion Bias really is in our everyday practices and processes, and the ways we can address these prejudices so that we can minimize if not eliminate them. KEY POINTS: What is bias? Misconceptions about Introverts Complex blend of biases that create the extraversion bias "Dispelling the myths about Introversion is not a one person's job, it's down to all of us." PRODUCTS / RESOURCES: What Type of Introvert are you? Find out by taking this quiz: yourintroverttype.co.uk Visit Joanna's website here: flourishingintroverts.com Join the Flourishing Introverts Facebook community of like-minded introverts here: web.facebook.com/groups/Introvertscorner
✩ Video Version ✩ ► https://youtu.be/4PVZG1vf8hESOCIAL LINKS --------------------------------------------------- ✩ Derek ✩ ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperDerekRPGs ►Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/SuperDerekRPGs ✩ Baku ✩ ►Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/BakusanJRPG ►Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/BakusanJRPG UPCOMING RELEASES --------------------------------------------------- ►Disgaea 6 Complete (06/28/2022) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhlOtnM5HKU►Monster Hunter: Sunbreak (06/30/2022) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzplEyeMdzc►Ground Divers! (06/30/2022)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ug3wqMEm3pAGAME ANNOUNCEMENTS --------------------------------------------------- ►Xenoblade Chronicles 3 (07/29/2022) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoHvpS2x8us►Tyrant's Blessing (08/08/2022) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpeagcA4TNQ►Monochrome Mobius (09/08/2022)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0nPDrwnA9k►Sega Mega Drive Mini 2 (10/27/2022) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-llOLsJcHo►Pocket Mirror: GoldeneTraum (2022) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_f5fGNtg6k►Arcadian Atlas (Summer 2023) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GBQEM89Tm0►Ravenlok (2023)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo6P_VkcymUEXTERNAL LINKS --------------------------------------------------- ►Famitsu Sega Mega Drive Mini 2 article 06/2022 https://www.famitsu.com/news/202206/24265731.html►Cosmic Fantasy Crowdfunding on Makuake https://www.makuake.com/project/cosmic-fantasy/►YoshiP interview with Dengeki Online 06/2022 https://dengekionline.com/articles/137641/►YoshiP interview with Famitsu 06/2022 https://www.famitsu.com/news/202206/22265843.html►YoshiP interview with 4Gamer 06/2022 https://www.4gamer.net/games/529/G052958/20220610145/►YoshiP interview with Game Informer 06/2022 https://www.gameinformer.com/preview/2022/06/21/an-interview-with-naoki-yoshida-on-eikons-boss-fights-and-when-well-see-more►YoshiP interview with GameSpot 06/2022 https://www.gamespot.com/articles/final-fantasy-16-is-an-ambitious-more-mature-entry-in-the-series-says-producer/1100-6504803/►YoshiP interview with IGN 06/2022 https://www.ign.com/articles/final-fantasy-16-everything-we-learned►YoshiP interview with Playstation Blog 06/2022 https://blog.playstation.com/2022/06/21/interview-naoki-yoshida-sheds-new-light-on-final-fantasy-xvi/►YoshiP interview with Press Start 06/2022 https://press-start.com.au/features/2022/06/24/final-fantasy-xvi-interview-yoshida-final-fantasy-xvi-world-combat-eikons/►Hidetaka Miyazaki interview with 4Gamer 06/2022https://www.4gamer.net/games/463/G046388/20220620079/►Star Ocean Program Special Edition stream https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GPgyFOr-Og►Summer Games Done Quick 2022 https://gamesdonequick.com/schedule0:00:00 Welcome back to HitPoint0:03:53 Responding to comments from last week0:10:43 Side Quest: What to call third FFVIIR title?Updates:0:13:11 Pokemon Arceus EventUpcoming Releases0:15:14 Disgaea 6 Complete Port0:15:40 Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak0:16:04 Ground Divers!New Game Announcements0:16:35 Mega Drive 2 Games Announced0:17:54 What even is the Cyber Stick? 0:20:43 Pocket Mirror: GoldenerTraum0:21:52 Trailer Review0:24:28 Arcadian Atlas0:25:15 Trailer Review0:27:07 Tactical RPGs feel daunting0:30:37 Tyrant's Blessing0:31:31 Trailer Review0:32:59 Ravenlok0:33:45 Trailer Review0:36:24 Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten0:37:52 Trailer Review0:42:40 Xenoblade Nintendo Direct Recap0:52:35 What were Baku's impressions of the direct?Industry news0:55:09 Cosmic Fantasy Collection crowdfunding on Makuake0:59:48 New Ys Game in Development1:01:45 Dispelling the "Ys Souls" Rumor1:06:01 The new Ys will be harder though!1:07:20 Kondo on Crossbell Remakes1:10:54 YoshiP FFXVI Interview Tour Roundup1:21:18 Star Ocean Divine Force Event Planned1:22:09 From Software Has 2 Buns in Oven1:26:19 Summer Game Sales Roundup1:27:10 Games worth picking up?1:30:59 Pitching a Terrifying App IdeaCommunity News1:32:42 SGDQ Kicked Off Today1:33:51 Shredder's Revenge was Awesome!1:36:15 Reading & Responding to Superchats1:38:14 Closing Thoughts
BET ON CHICAGO was ecstatic to welcome CEO+ Founder of PlateCrate.com's Josh Band to talk about the growing success of his company, the state of baseball among youth sports and MORE! From playing Pro Ball to becoming an Entrepreneur (1:10), What comes in each Plate Crate subscription box (4:02), Each box is never the same- baseball apparel, training tools, snacks and more! (5:55) The unexpected, wild success of Plate Crate's snack box (8:21), Dispelling the myth that kids today don't care about baseball (11:36) What to expect from Plate Crate this summer (16:22) Josh reflects back on making the hard transition leaving the game of baseball on the field to making it happen on the business side off the field (18:02) And we wrap up the pod talking all things MLB! (20:02)
For decades, men have been deprived of the best testosterone optimization because doctors constantly misinterpret the literature, make assumptions that aren't backed by evidence and concern themselves with issues that aren't even there. These myths don't just lead people into the hands of the wrong doctors, subscribing to them can actually compromise the beneficial effects of the treatment itself. Does testosterone cause blood clots? Why do men need to stop blocking estradiol and DHT? In part 2 of my discussion with Medical Director and CEO of Tier 1 Health and Wellness, Dr. Keith Nichols, we dispel more TOT myths, and set a lot of the biggest assumptions straight. "Testosterone is essentially a prohormone. It exerts its beneficial effects through its active metabolites at the tissue level. Do not interfere with testosterone's beneficial effects." -Dr. Keith Nichols Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways The truth about testosterone and secondary erythrocytosisDoes an increase in red blood cells from testosterone optimization indicate polycythemia vera? Where the panic about TOT side effects really comes fromHave men been conditioned to fear symptoms and conditions that actually don't exist? How testosterone myths corrode the benefits of the treatmentWhat's the danger of inhibiting biological pathways like estradiol and DHT? Guest Bio Keith Nichols, M.D. is the Medical Director and CEO of Tier 1 Health and Wellness, the premier preventive medicine clinic in the Southeast. For more information, visit https://tier1hw.com/.
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Over the last few years, the entire hormone optimization space has unraveled, and there's a huge fear that restrictions will crack down on everyone, including the doctors who are doing it right. Between the mess with T-mills and the prescribing community, there are a lot of landmines to maneuver, and it's more important than ever for the community to follow best practices. What are the biggest myths that are threatening the quality of treatment people are getting? In this episode, Medical Director and CEO of Tier 1 Health and Wellness, Dr. Keith Nichols returns to talk about where the space is, and what we can do to raise the standards. "Hormones have beneficial effects but they work synergistically." -Dr. Keith Nichols Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways Testosterone optimization vs. testosterone replacement therapyWhat is the ultimate goal of optimization and what do so many people get wrong about it? 3 big testosterone misnomersWhat are the myths depriving men of the testosterone optimization they need? Why hormones are a symphonyWhat is the difference between feel-good effects and beneficial effects? Guest Bio Keith Nichols, M.D. is the Medical Director and CEO of Tier 1 Health and Wellness, the premier preventive medicine clinic in the Southeast. For more information, visit https://tier1hw.com/.
On Episode 228 of You, Me, Empathy, Kathryn Schulz (staff writer at The New Yorker and Pulitzer Prize winner) and I explore why each of us is obliged to dispel the darkness in the world, losing a father and finding a love, which is at the core of Kathryn's new memoir, Lost & Found, and the wild and-ness that makes us indelibly and wonderfully human. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: Kathryn SchulzLost & FoundThe Really Big OneMovies That Make Us Feel: Bonus Spinoff Podcast!Illustrating Empathy workshop on June 19Storied Hats - use code FEELY for 10% off!Join our next Feely Hikes!Let's get to 200 ratings on Apple Podcasts!You, Me, Empathy on InstagramFeely Human on InstagramWant to write for Feely Human?Buy pins, t-shirts, stickers, and more!Sign up for the Feely Human newsletterMusic by David Grabowski
Kirsty is a launch copywriter and copy coach who's great at making sense of human tendencies and selling through words. In 2018 Kirsty returned to her love of teaching and launched her Brain Camp course. With a psychotherapist background, Kirsty understands the benefit of gathering insights from potential customers in order to connect with your audience and write copy that converts. In today's episode Kirsty and I chat about: Launch learnings after a 16-month hiatus to have a baby The overwhelming benefit of social proof...copy real CAN write itself! The power of word of mouth recommendations The 'wrong' questions to ask when gathering feedback Dispelling the fear of non-buyer surveys Customer research processes for identifying trends leading to valuable copy Social proof... it's not just testimonials! Tips for launching without social proof and the key elements of social proof Customer research is not just a 'tick-box' task You can find Kirsty at https://www.kirstyfanton.com/ and sign up to her social proof sidekick at https://www.kirstyfanton.com/sps-socialette or on Instagram @kirsty.fanton SHOW LINKS: Get the book — 99 Launch Lessons: https://stephtaylor.co/book Get my Daily Biz Booster emails: https://stephtaylor.co/DBB Learn more about Boost Your Brands Superfans: https://stephtaylor.co/boost-your-brands-superfans 5 Simple Tweaks to Boost Your Launch Profits: https://stephtaylor.co/tweaks Want me to spend a day working on your next launch? Book a VIP intensive: https://stephtaylor.co/vip Get The A-Z Podcast Launch Plan: https://stephtaylor.co/plp-ig Get a 30-day free trial of Kajabi: https://stephtaylor.co/kajabi Let's be Instagram friends: https://instagram.com/stephtaylor.co
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Layne Norton holds a Ph.D. in nutritional sciences and is a physique coach, natural bodybuilder, and previous guest on The Drive. In the first half of this episode, Layne dives deep into the topic of energy balance, including the role that macronutrients and calories play in weight loss. He describes how many people struggle with tracking food and calories on their own across a variety of diets and how all of this can impact nutritional habits and behaviors. In the second half of the episode, Layne discusses the importance of protein and weightlifting for improving one's body composition and increasing muscle mass. He explains how he would prescribe different training and nutrition programs for two hypothetical clients—a 50-year-old female who is entering menopause and wants to improve her health, and a 40-to-50-year-old male who wants to maximize muscle mass. Additionally, Layne discusses a number of supplements that could potentially benefit a training program including whey protein, branch chain amino acids, creatine, nitric oxide boosters, and more. We discuss: Defining energy balance and the role of calories [2:30]; Defining a calorie, whether they are all created equal, and how much energy you can extract from the food you eat [8:00]; Factors influencing total daily energy expenditure [12:15]: The challenge of tracking energy expenditure accurately, and the thermic effect of different macronutrients [23:30]; Challenges of sustained weight loss: metabolic adaptation, set points, and more [34:45]; Weight loss strategies: tracking calories, cheat meals, snacks, fasting, exercise, and more [40:45]; Sitting in discomfort, focusing on habits, and other lessons Layne learned as a natural bodybuilder [52:15]; Commonalities in people who maintain long-term weight-loss [1:01:15]; Does a ketogenic diet result in greater energy expenditure? [1:03:15]; The metabolic benefits of exercise, muscle mass, and protein intake [1:15:00]; The impact of lean muscle and strength on lifespan and healthspan [1:20:00]; Hypothetical case study #1: Training program for 50-year-old female [1:27:45]; Muscle protein synthesis in a trained athlete vs. untrained individual following a resistance training program [1:31:30]; Protein and amino acids needed to build and maintain muscle mass [1:37:15]; Nutrition plan for the hypothetical 50-year-old woman starting to build lean muscle [1:42:45]; Dispelling myths that excess protein intake increases cancer risk through elevations in mTOR and IGF [1:55:30]; Hypothetical case study #2: Training program for a 50-year-old, trained male wanting to increase muscle mass [2:04:00]; Maximizing hypertrophy while minimizing fatigue—is it necessary to train to muscular failure? [2:11:30]; Ideal sets and reps for the hypothetical 50-year-old male interested in hypertrophy [2:16:15]; Maximizing hypertrophy by working a muscle at a long muscle length [2:22:15]; Recommended lower body exercise routines and tips about training frequency [2:24:00]; Nutrition plan for the hypothetical 50-year old male wanting to add muscle [2:29:00]; Cycling weight gain and weight loss when building lean muscle mass, and expectations for progress over time [2:33:30]; Supplements to aid in hypertrophy training [2:38:30]; More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube