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Mason and Friends show
Episode 616: episode 616

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 43:42


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases sleepy joe, Creepy Joe, dementia, stay active, Mike at work, back ups, covid, vaccine coworkers. anti Joe, Misinformation, conversations, empty shelves, almond milk. 120 watt, easy bake., job Bullshit, need it done, Snow, why was she going? Battery car, solid state batteries, slevin, ripping em off, they do it too themselves. gravel leg, Dirty Trucker,. occasionally fuckin em up, New variants. New Ye, Pete, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0eJzjlr46mZMH0qsBS9FTL?si=52a50c7c36054743 support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Partnering Leadership
The Purpose Economy and The Science of Purpose & Fulfilment at Work with Aaron Hurst |Partnering Leadership Global Thought Leader

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 40:21


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Aaron Hurst, Co-founder, CEO of Imperative, the peer coaching platform, Founder of the Taproot Foundation, and the author of The Purpose Economy. Aaron Hurst shares why in the purpose economy value lies in connecting to employees to purpose through serving needs greater than their own, enabling personal growth, getting a greater sense of meaning, building community, and having a more significant impact. Aaron also talks about the different purpose drivers and how leaders can better connect their organizations and teams with greater purpose.  Some highlights:- Aaron Hurst shares the biggest myths about purpose mindset- How purpose can be a competitive advantage- Impact of purpose on the individual, organization, and society- How to more effectively connect people with their purpose- Aaron Hurst on the different purpose drives for leaders- The role peer coaching plays in relating to individual purposeAlso mentioned in this episode:Brené Brown, Author of the books “Atlas of the Heart”, “You Are Your Best Thing”, “The Gifts of Imperfection”, and many moreConnect with Aaron Hurst:Aaron Hurst WebsiteAaron Hurst TwitterAaron Hurst LinkedInImperative Official WebsiteTaproot Foundation Official WebsiteConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Here Comes the Sun
Finding Your Why in the Middle of Life Transitions with Yuli Montes, Latina Mindset and Business Coach

Here Comes the Sun

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 44:34


Yuli Montes is a Latina Mindset and Business Coach. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Then, She moved 4 years ago to the DMV area to pursue a Masters's Degree and a corporate job career. Then, her grandmother passed away unexpectedly and her life changed. At that very moment, she recognized that she had many limiting beliefs and mindset blocks that were stopping her from becoming her best self. She decided to work on herself and unblock her mindset. Now, she uses her experience and confidence to teach others to do the same. She is a Certified Entrepreneur Coach with approximately 7+ years of experience in helping businesses with their operations & finances. She loves to implement strategies that allow small business owners to grow their businesses & develop an abundance mindset. She is a community builder and believes in supporting the Latino community by creating a space where Latina's CEOs can lean on each other for support. In this episode we covered: Yuli's Upbringing in Puerto Rico and we discuss why we feel guilty when leaving home for new opportunities Leaving the Nest to Follow your dreams Tips on how to overcome the feeling of guilt How to find a community The importance of bringing your whole self to everything you do The cost of Indendepence How to Stop People Pleasing And much more To Learn More About Yuli Montes: Podcast: To Live Courageously It is so easy to stay in your comfort zone, especially if you lack the help and resources to step up to the next level. Each Wednesday, join Yuli Montes, Mindset and Business Coach, as she opens up with you and brings other guests to discuss courageous topics that will help you to discover your limiting beliefs, rewire your mindset, and create the vision of success for your personal life and business. Each episode will motivate and empower you to own who you are, step out from your comfort zone, set the goals that will drive you to success, and challenge you to become the best version of yourself. If you're ready to own who you are, are looking for empowerment to grow, step outside of your comfort zone, and grow your business, tune in To Live Courageously. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heyyulimontes/ . . . . . . More from Here Comes the Sun Podcast: Subscribe: https://anchor.fm/marisolibarra Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/herecomesthesun_podcast/ Get in touch: https://marisolibarra.com/Contact Support my Work by buying me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Herecomesthesun --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marisolibarra/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marisolibarra/support

Partnering Leadership
The 5 Core Essentials for Leading Through Uncertain Times with Rebel Leadership author Larry Robertson | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:44


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Larry Robertson, innovation advisor, founder of Lighthouse Consulting, and author of three award-winning books, including his most recent, Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times. Larry Robertson shares insights from his first two books about entrepreneurship and creativity. Larry shares why he focused his third book on Leadership, specifically on leading through uncertainty. In the conversation, Larry Robertson shares five core principles of effective Leadership in uncertain times, including the importance of leading with soul.  Some highlights:- Larry Robertson's childhood growing up in a household that encouraged inquiry- A Deliberate Pause, and why entrepreneurship is not a choice.- Stu Kaufman's ‘the adjacent possible' and the untapped creative potential in every single person- Larry Robertson on leading during uncertain times - Debunking the ‘heroic leader' myth- Why soul matters in Leadership- Larry Robertson on why organizational culture makes or breaks an organization- The future of work and how to navigate ongoing uncertaintyMentioned:- Stuart Kauffman, medical doctor, theoretical biologist, and complex systems researcher- Richard Tait, CEO of Cranium- Russell Shaffer, Senior Director of Global Culture, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Walmart- Melissa Thomas-Hunt, Senior Advisor at Airbnb- Deborah Meier, educator and education reformer- Choose to be Curious by Lynn BortonConnect with Larry Robertson:Rebel Leadership on AmazonLarry Robertson's WebsiteLarry Robertson on LinkedInLarry Robertson on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Bmore Nerdy Podcast
Chop it up ep 6: Baby I was born this way

Bmore Nerdy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 20:40


On this episode of Chop it Up the beautiful and talent Blacktaku aka Prez joins us to talk about body image, body shaming, and self love.  If you are in the DMV and wanna get to know more nerds follow  @dmvaniclub on IG and Twitter. Follow our lovely guest and check out her cosplays on IG and twitter @theblacktaku this podcast is brought to you by the Bmore Nerdy Podcast, be sue to check out our webtoon 21Blackjack out now! Follow our exclusive music producer Niles @nillatron on all music DSPs  Follow the Podcast on IG and Twitter @bmorenerdy

Citizen Heights
Pray Like Jesus

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 40:39


This series is meant to ignite an excitement for the new opportunities a new year or season offers people who keep their eyes on Jesus. Over the next few weeks, you can develop high-quality habits and spiritual disciplines. These seven spiritual disciplines will re-shape your spiritual, physical and emotional fitness in 2022, and beyond. Join us for Jesus Theory- your new spiritual fitness regimen.

Crisis on Infinite Podcasts
We Interviewed All Elite Wrestling's Ethan Page!

Crisis on Infinite Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 22:53


All Elite Wrestling is coming back to DC and "All Ego" Ethan Page is ready to make his debut in front of the DMV! He joins Hoody and Kevin as we talk about Page's backstage vlogs, teaming with Scorpio Sky as "Men of the Year," and how he manages to travel back and forth to Canada while also editing his vlogs! Plus what are Ethan Page's pre-match superstitions and rituals his go-to Taco Bell order, and what is the one accessory Ethan Page wants included with his future action figure? All that and more in our interview with AEW's Ethan Page!

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
After Poddy Number 21

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 84:12


Nook and Dris make the first After Poddy of 2022 a boys night only affair. Topics discussed include a gateway to hell, the TikTok takeover and, of course some animal stories. Follow Us On Twitter Right Now! @thedigitalgumbo @nookiebishopjr @iamidriselbow Listen to “The Idris Elbow Show” LIVE on Twitter on “Ashy Mondays” at 7:30 PM EST/4:30PST Listen to “The Nookie Bishop, Jr. Show” LIVE on Twitter on Tuesdays at 7:30 PM EST/4:30 PST IG: @thedigitalgumbopodcast @iamnookiebishopjr @iamidriselbow Our full library of episodes is available on Apple, Amazon, Google, Spotify and all podcast platforms and all smart Speakers, including Alexa and Google Assistant!

Mason and Friends show
Episode 615: episode 615

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 37:02


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases Shout Out Bob Saget, Windsome Sears. get over it? MASON2024, held back? school clicking eventually? good parenting, Jeopardy, different farts, Taco Bell Bullshit Wings, Bread sticks,. Pizza Hut, ol school Taco Bell, vegan? Impossible Meat. FDA and vegitables, farming, Problems Farming, Government subsidies, I don't call bitches broads, Action Bronson, Prof, Boldy James, Ancient Aliens, Merchandise Beta form, Weathergirls, Can We ? 69 monopoly Board Shoes, Riff Raff, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7sKdYRhnbvwkkP9VSKrkWg?si=2580643a627a415f support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Mason and Friends show
Episode 614: episode 614

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 55:26


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases https://www.leatherweekend.com white people., leather, black folks too, weather issues, Farts in Jars, dick pic NFT's, episode NFT's, drawer smelling,. MD style, Miss Little Person America, of the world, world wide, strip club curiousity, Penelope, Old, puking, bad booze, brunch too, gonna leave you, walking, Trae's congrigation, hater, don't tell mom, minister Farekan, hatred, politics, compromise, bianary divide, legal talk, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7hzA4Tt1JYfdIFmMvB91Ev?si=25f4e615b4d5499c support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

True Romance with Carolina Barlow and Devin Leary
Reality Romance: The Real Housewives of Potomac

True Romance with Carolina Barlow and Devin Leary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 68:23


Carolina and Devin discuss the date heard round the world, aka Kanye West giving Julia Fox a room full of clothes. Is it a publicity stunt? Who cares. Julia Fox is a hero. Then, the ladies take their new Reality Romance series to the DMV as they explore all of the romances and arrangements of The Real Housewives of Potomac. They talk the many confusing scandals of Ashley and M*cheal Darby, the Juan and Robyn fairytale that we all want to believe in, Candiace's employee Chris, Karen's comedy, Giselle's many dating lessons (we want what we give!) and more.   Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Partnering Leadership
Secrets Of Navy SEAL Performance and Attributes as Drivers of Optimal Human Performance with Ex-Navy SEAL Commander Rich Diviney |Partnering Leadership Global Thought Leader

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 47:18


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Rich Diviney, author of The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance. Rich Diviney is a retired Navy SEAL commander with 20+ years of experience as a Navy SEAL Officer, having completed more than thirteen overseas deployments, including serving as the officer in charge of training for a specialized command. During his service, Rich Diviney was intimately involved in the highly specialized SEAL selection process and spearheaded the creation of a directorate that fused physical, mental, and emotional disciplines. Since his retirement, Rich Diviney has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant with the Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute and Simon Sinek Inc., teaching leadership and optimal performance for teams and organizations. Some highlights:- Rich Diviney explained the role of mindset matters and how it helped him during his Navy SEAL Trainings- How to effectively deal with uncertainty, change, challenge and stress- The difference between attributes and skills - Why understanding attributes is essential in the hiring process and putting together a high performing team- Rich Diviney on how to determine attributes in the hiring process- The role humor plays in high performing teams- Rich Diviney on how leaders and teams can nurture trust and teamwork- The concept of dynamic subordination and its importance to leadership excellence - Rich Diviney talks about Resilience vs. AntifragilityAlso mentioned in this episode:- Simon Sinek, author- Bob Johansen, renowned futurist and author (Listen to Bob's episode on Partnering Leadership Podcast)Book Recommendations:The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance by Rich DivineyEverybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your People Like Family by  Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder by Nassim Nicholas TalebThe Talent Code: Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How by Daniel Coyles Connect with Rich Diviney:The Attributes Official WebsiteRich Diviney on LinkedInRich Diviney on InstagramRich Diviney on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Slaying Self Doubt Podcast
170: The Journey Behind the Business with Necoya Tyson

Slaying Self Doubt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 40:11


In this episode, I am talking to Necoya Tyson, a boss entrepreneur that has been striving to make your event needs all about you since 2009. As the owner of All About You Event Management, Necoya is creating realistic dreams through events. “I plan events that make your dreams come true,” says Tyson. This event extraordinaire successfully manages events of all types that range from weddings, corporate events, social gatherings and also event design. Necoya and her team of planners have their consumers' best interest at heart while planning their magical event. “We create lasting events that reflect your unique personality AND style,” says Tyson. She is taking over the DMV area one event at a time. Tyson is also the creator behind the event tours known as “Mornings are for Mimosas”. This creative event is tailored towards planners and vendors; and is slated to arrive in a city near you! Join us as she shares her journey behind the business!  Find out more about All About You Event Management You can find All About You Event Management on Instagram and Facebook  Find out more about Mimosa Fest and Mornings are for Mimosas ~~~~~~ Ways I can help you on your journey: Journal Prompts Prayer Journal Work With Me Looking to improve your social media presence try these Canva, CaptionWriter, Wavve. Your support never goes unnoticed! Support the Slaying Self Doubt Podcast™ with a small donation to help me to create new content and reach more people by Buying Me A Coffee Disclaimer: I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items through my links, I may earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link. I only recommend products that I use and am genuinely interested in.

Partnering Leadership
Building a Brighter Future for the Building Blocks of Society with Generation Hope Founder & CEO Nicole Lynn Lewis | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 41:39


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Nicole Lynn Lewis, founder and chief executive officer of Generation Hope. This non-profit organization provides holistic assistance to young families. Nicole Lynn Lewis shares her story as a young parent attending college, the challenges she faced, and how it served as the inspiration behind her founding of Generation Hope.   Some highlights:- Nicole Lynn Lewis' childhood growing up in communities that didn't have much diversity- 'Your life is over!" Nicole shares her experience finding out she was pregnant while a senior in high school - Nicole Lynn Lewis on what motivated her to finish college with honors- Social Capital and the vital role it played in Nicole Lynn Lewis' journey and can play for all young adults- From communications to non-profit; what inspired Nicole Lynn Lewis to switch careers and start Generation Hope- Lack of diversity: the additional challenges many leaders of color face in trying to raise funds for their non-profits- How Generation Hope's 'holistic wraparound model' works- Why Nicole Lynn Lewis believes flexibility is crucial for the future of higher education- Generation Hope's plans on extending their impact Mentioned:Terri Freeman, board member at Generation HopeConnect with Nicole Lynn Lewis:Generation Hope WebsiteNicole Lynn Lewis WebsiteNicole Lynn Lewis on LinkedInNicole Lynn Lewis on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Citizen Heights
Fasting Like Jesus

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 39:37


This series is meant to ignite an excitement for the new opportunities a new year or season offers people who keep their eyes on Jesus. Over the next few weeks, you can develop high-quality habits and spiritual disciplines. These seven spiritual disciplines will re-shape your spiritual, physical and emotional fitness in 2022, and beyond. Join us for Jesus Theory- your new spiritual fitness regimen.

Mason and Friends show
Episode 613: episode 613

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 50:42


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases Too loud, Listening,? Wings? popeyes, sandwich fault, Matrix, squid Game,. informed Mike, Matrix, forced., drinks, Alamo., Bad Boys 3, Goonies Guy. Red dead completion, double Dragon, Jobs, Money issues, Non Trusting Unit, Windsome Sears, how to judge, Technilogical transition, all shows, old episodes, Ju-lette RIP Sidney., The Ju Unit My Felicia 5/2/21 the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5vDYaIVkvpho0MXuOEe1ne?si=24551d3a1cda46b9 support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
The 2022 Kickoff Show

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 102:36


2022 ushers in year 3 / season 3 of The Digital Gumbo Podcast. This episode includes a recap of Nook's, T. Petty's and Idris Elbow's holidays. Also on this episode—an “Omarion” update, a recap of a “fake” D.C.-area snowstorm and a discussion of the Jason Derulo “I'm not Usher” beatdown in Vegas.Links for this episode:Our 2021 “Vanilla Isis”/Jan. 6, 2021 Episode:Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digital-gumbo-podcast/id1498718446?i=1000504686996 Android: https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.com/episodes/the-vanilla-isis-episode Uber Ride From Hell: https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/northern-virginia/man-refunded-700-for-uber-from-dulles-airport-to-richmond-that-got-stuck-in-i-95-jam/2928686/?amp Jason Derulo Three Piece: https://www.tmz.com/2022/01/04/jason-derulo-fight-vegas-usher/ Our social media shit:IG: @thedigitalgumbopodcast@iamnookiebishopjr@iamidriselbowTwitter: @thedigitalgumbo@nookiebishopjr

Mason and Friends show
Episode 612: episode 612

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 47:24


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases Harv and Dirty, Rickety Ship Crew. desert Horses, Once Upon a Time, Time Machine, Save Ol Dirty, Running for Office,? Classism? Martre. white Jesus, Reset, substance learning, Enjoy., drug Problems. paper trash, baby wipe uses, Blanch, greasy dick looks, Gross dirty Trucker, MLKjr, pussy pink, motivation, dinner plans, pending Trademarks, NFTs, Last Straw, age issues,. basic attraction, car parts over hookers, UPS, young mans game, bail outs, credit, Trump, palletable, gone too far, driving off the Road, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45shj9KxWdvASYsdEs4pZS?si=ff3f5f22bf004e82 support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Partnering Leadership
You Have More Influence Than You Think and The Science of Influence with Dr. Vanessa Bohns | Partnering Leadership Global Thought Leader

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 41:18


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Professor Vanessa Bohns. Dr. Vanessa Bohns is a social psychologist, an award-winning researcher and teacher, and a professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. Vanessa Bohns is also the author of the book: You Have More Influence Than You Think: How We Underestimate Our Power of Persuasion, and Why It Matters. In this conversation, Vanessa Bohns shares insights on how we influence those around us and how to harness our influence to make a positive difference in leadership. Some Highlights: - Why do we tend to underestimate our influence- Vanessa Bohns on why it's hard for us to ask for things - Why it's hard when asked to say no - How social pressures influence behavior- Understanding the impact of power roles on the influence in organizations- The disadvantages of working remotely vs. in person when it comes to influencing at work- Vanessa Bohns on how we can be better at understanding other people's perspectivesAlso mentioned in this episode:- Marianne LA France, author and a professor of Psychology at Yale University- Erica Boothby, a researcher, and Instructor in the Operations, Information, & Decisions Department at The Wharton School at the University of PennsylvaniaBooks Mentioned:- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie- You Have More Influence Than You Think: How We Underestimate Our Power of Persuasion, and Why It Matters by Vanessa BohnsConnect with Vanessa Bohns:Vanessa Bohns Official WebsiteVanessa Bohns on LinkedInVanessa Bohns on Twitter: @profbohnsVanessa Bohns on Instagram: @profbohnsConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Creative Habits Podcast
Artists Talk with Photographer Shaka Watson

Creative Habits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 60:30


Owner and Photographer Shaka Watson is a 35 year old Wedding/ Portrait photographer, father and husband. Born in Trinidad, but now residing in Baltimore Maryland, most of his work is based in the DMV area, along with Philadelphia, New York and Atlanta. 3lindVision captures weddings, corporate events, head shots as well as maternity shoots, family portraits and any other life moment you want to remember. 3lindVision's goal is to provide tangible reminders of your unforgettable moments. https://www.3lindvision.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/support

SVPod
Kindling

SVPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 34:20


Scott Van Pelt and Stanford Steve discuss the snow storm that hit the DMV, throwing their lives into chaos. Trees are broken, the trash truck hasn't shown up and the kids are still home from school. Later, the guys discuss who's going to win the national championship, the Ravens' regrets, if anyone views the Titans as the No. 1 seed and the biggest threat to the Packers in the NFC. Plus, a quick round of What I Hate.

SuperMegaCast
EP 278 - SuperMega Virus Speedrun 100%

SuperMegaCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 68:32


We accidentally gave someone radiation poisoning, gush about the DMV, and Ryan got the ‘rona. Go to Curology.com/SUPER to start your free 30-day trial! Go to Keeps.com/SuperMega to get your first month of treatment for free. Secure your online data TODAY by visiting ExpressVPN.com/Supermega To get 15% off your first order, free shipping, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, go to: MeUndies.com/SUPERMEGA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Partnering Leadership
The Power of Subtraction: How You Can Do More With Less by Starting a Stop Doing List | Mahan Tavakoli Partnering Leadership Insight

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 10:10


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli shares an unlikely goal-setting strategy for your team in the year 2022, subtracting goals instead of adding more. In addition, Mahan shares insights from Leidy Klotz's book Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less on why eliminating certain goals will lead you to achieve more and have a more significant impact.Some highlights:- Setting new year goals in personal, professional, and organizational angles- Why you should stop adding goals and instead start subtracting them- Why removing goals and priorities is so tricky but necessary. - The power of subtraction: going beyond just saying no and reflecting on what needs to be eliminated- Starting a "stop doing" list and an action plan to start being intentional with subtractionMentioned:- Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Price Winning psychologist and father of behavioral economics- Patrick James McGinnis, venture capitalist and author best known for coining the term "fear of missing out" or "FOMO."- Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less by Leidy KlotzConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources are available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

the Old 77
the Old 77 - Episode 85

the Old 77

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 134:28


We have another great show for you with only a few technical issues! In this one, the boys celebrate Scott's birthday and push the show further than ever before with new video elements and features. Cool right......not if you don't test them first. But never-the-less the boys persevere, talking about Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and Prince Andrew, DMV stories, and more! PLUS special guests Andrea and Rodger the "Marathon Man" both join in on this episode. "Great things cant be built, without a solid foundation of failure." THANK YOU for listening to the one and only, Old 77! --- BIG UPPS to our Patreon Patrons' - JT from Tower Studios and the Paranormal Son, Sir Biscuit Strength, and the Jefferson City Paranormal Society - THANK YOU! --- Follow #theOld77Podcast: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and anywhere you get podcasts! Call or text the Old 77 Listener Line at (573) 246-0779 *We do not own any of the audio we played in this video.

Land Academy Show
Blast From The Past: What’s Possible Land Side Hustle Math (LA 1668)

Land Academy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 5:55


Blast From The Past: What's Possible Land Side Hustle Math (LA 1668) Transcript: Steven Butala: Steve and Jill here. Jill DeWit: Hello. Steven Butala: And welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala ... Jill DeWit: And I'm Jill DeWit, broadcasting from sunny Southern California. Steven Butala: Today Jill and I talk about what's possible in your land side hustle, specifically the math. Jill DeWit: Oh. Steven Butala: Like these shows. Jill DeWit: You didn't tell him it was going to be math class today. I did not prepare for that. Steven Butala: There's going to be some math in this. Not going to be math, it's just going to be ... You don't have to do any math, you just have to listen to the- Jill DeWit: All right. Good thing I have a notepad and a pen. Steven Butala: Listen to the good and the bed and the ugly about what's possible and what's not possible. I'll tell you, here's a hint though, it all starts with getting a mailer out. Jill DeWit: You want to know something realistically? I loved math in school. Steven Butala: I know you did. Jill DeWit: Did you like math? Steven Butala: Did I like math? Jill DeWit: Yeah. Did you know that about me? Steven Butala: Yes, I did. Jill DeWit: Okay. How did you know that? Steven Butala: I'll tell you Jill, you're a pilot and you have that natural ... I don't think we ever sat down and said, "Hey, how'd you feel about math in high school?" How boring would that be if we did that? Jill DeWit: I did like math. My favorite teachers were my math teachers. Math and physics, I loved those. What was your favorite subject? Steven Butala: Math, physics. I liked home economics a lot, because- Jill DeWit: Is that where the girls were? Steven Butala: Yes Jill DeWit: Oh. Steven Butala: You know what? I liked all. There's not a class that I didn't like. Jill DeWit: I'm trying to think. You know what was one of my least favorite classes? That I did it, and I went through the whole thing and I was even president of the club at the end, it's a French club. Steven Butala: Oh, you know what? I don't like languages either. Jill DeWit: There we go. That was hard. Steven Butala: I can get through Spanish, because it was a requirement. I like it now. I like speaking it or trying to speak it. Jill DeWit: Yeah, you're good at it. Steven Butala: I think I'm great at it after two beers, but ... Jill DeWit: You are. Steven Butala: But I think I'm great at a lot of things after two beers. Jill DeWit: Don't ask me to speak French. Steven Butala: No, I don't even ... I can't count to 10 in French. Steven Butala: Before we get into it, let's take a question posted by one of our members on the landinvestors.com online community, it's free. Jill DeWit: Herbert S, "Hello all, I'm seeking information/guidance on what I should do with the first deal that I have here. I bought this lot with a very old dilapidated double-wide fixed mobile home on the property that has been there for more than 30 years. According to Steve and Jill, this is normally a good thing, but I've been having troubles trying to sell it because I purchased it without having title to the mobile home and many of the buyers calling in would like to have that, which is understandable. We purchased this lot in an attorney state and did not have any problem buying it without the title. Has anyone dealt with this kind of situation in the past? What would you say are my options?" Steven Butala: Yes, so let's take two steps back. Herbert, you're in a great situation. There are two components to buying a mobile home on a piece of land. The land real estate deal, like we're all very used to, and then the personal property aspect of buying a mobile home, which is in most of the states, maybe all states, the exact same as buying a car. It has a ... You go to the DMV, it's all ... I think Texas might be different. There's one state, in fact, it might be California.

BMitch & Finlay
1.3.22 Hour 2- Uphill Climb, Total Failure, Snow Day

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 39:39


2:30- BMitch and Finlay talk about the WFT and the uphill climb they had to go through this season.  19:45- Was this season a total failure?  33:30- It's a snowy day in the DMV.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Citizen Heights
Following Jesus' Example in Reading and Knowing the Bible

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:13


This series is meant to ignite an excitement for the new opportunities a new year or season offers people who keep their eyes on Jesus. Over the next few weeks, you can develop high-quality habits and spiritual disciplines. These seven spiritual disciplines will re-shape your spiritual, physical and emotional fitness in 2022, and beyond. Join us for Jesus Theory- your new spiritual fitness regimen.

Reloaded504
Your Genitals Fell Off

Reloaded504

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 84:44


Burger King prostitutes, your genitals fell off, Lorena Bobbitt, Reloaded504 Internship, crawfish, The Wheel of Shit, arrested in Fat City, acting suspicious, nanograms of weed, phthalates and testosterone, skinny jeans vs bell bottoms, shoplifting porno mags in JNCOs, turkey pussy, DMV hacks, wine laced with cyanide, slangin candy... Reloaded504.com, Reloaded504 YouTube, CALL IN!! (504)457-8011, email: Reloaded504@yahoo.com, New Orleans # 1 Podcast, New Orleans best podcast

Enchanted Ears Podcast: Anything & Everything Disney

Hello and welcome to the Enchanted Ears Podcast, where we talk anything and everything Disney!  This week in Disney news, Typhoon Lagoon finally reopened on January 2 (only for Blizzard Beach to close for refurbishment).  Spiderman: No Way Home has now passed 600 million domestically and over 1 billion worldwide with no sign of slowing down.  Disneyland Paris's Disneyland Hotel will be getting a royal makeover. It'll now be prince and princess themed.  This week, we play guess the Marvel movie based on the terrible IMDB review. Let's just say that people go HARD on their negative reviews, making us often question if we even watched the same movie. Also, many people get quite poetic, likening watching some of the best movies to going to the DMV or watching a “Horrible Hannah Montana Episode.” See how well you can guess along with us and laugh along the way.  We hope you're having a very Happy New Year filled with more magic and Disney!  Have a magical week!  Check us out on Facebook and Youtube or submit a question/topic for us to discuss on a future episode or support us on Patreon.

Mason and Friends show
Episode 611: episode 611

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 38:05


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases Harvest Blaque, German Radio. German Habits, Report Back, hitler comparisum, needed asshole, NFTs, dick Pic NFT, animated, cockasaurus, Betty White, WW1, Paths of Glory, SpiderMan, Thanos move, Thanos Gift, Honesty, take That, Support, Hunter S Thompson, at the Furry convention, Matrix Talk, Siblings, Dirty Trucker not believing, the Deer Hunter, Liquor, Drinking and the exorcist, Deep Layers, don't look up, bad Matrix my way, spoiler, sleeping in the theater, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4QVBlYrkS1xr0sdeK3mk5v?si=b20305e216cf4ee8 support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Best Of- That Beautiful DMV Pic

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 9:27


J-Si is determined to take a pretty picture at the DMV! Plus, a sweet package from a listener!

Partnering Leadership
[BEST OF] Inspiring leadership with Accenture's Marty Rodgers | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 38:20


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Marty Rodgers, Senior Managing Director to US Southeast which is responsible for Accenture's business in 10 states, including Charlotte, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C. Marty Rodgers shares his perspectives on inspiring leaders and service hood to create a successful team culture. Some highlights: -Marty Rodgers shares how constructive criticism can help bring out leadership in you-How Marian Wright Edelman impacted Marty's life and career-Shares how service is a powerful change maker -Marty Rodgers shares how his career steered to becoming one of the best Leaders in AccentureAlso mentioned in this episode:Father Hesburgh, President of the University of Notre Dame from 1952 to 1987Dr. Cliff Wharton, former United States Deputy Secretary of StateMedgar Evers, American civil rights activistMarian Wright Edelman, American activist for children's rightsLeadership without easy answers, by Ronald HeifetzNoel Tichy, American management consultant, author, and educator Connect with Marty Rodgers:Accenture.comMarty Rodgers LinkedInMarty Rodgers Twitter Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

The HyperFast Agent Podcast
Prioritizing Work-Life Harmony - With Rachel Toda

The HyperFast Agent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 36:56


Joining the Keri Shull Team in 2021 after over a decade in the hospitality industry, Rachel Toda developed a knack for working with new construction properties. As a newcomer to real estate and the DMV area, she was eager to learn how to build a sphere of influence and help her clients realize their dreams through real estate. Since then, she has earned the Customer Service Award with the team and closed an impressive 18 deals in her first year!  Join Rachel Toda and Host Dan Lesniak as they discuss… ∙ Why having seasoned real estate agent mentors is a game-changer for your business ∙ The merits of using TikTok to amplify your business' organic reach ∙ The importance of a sustainable workflow with time built-in for rest ∙ How to connect with clients on a personal level, beyond the sale ...and much more!   QUOTES TO SHARE

MTR Podcasts
Robbin Lee

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 30:37


Brief summary of episode:Robbin Lee is the Executive Director of Baltimore Homecoming, Inc. Prior to joining Homecoming, she has produced hundreds of events for nonprofits in the DMV such as The Phillips Collection and Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District (BID) all the while serving as Events Director for The Emporiyum – voted DC and Baltimore's best food event in 2014 and 2015. When asked to come back and make an impact for her favorite city, Robbin eagerly joined the Baltimore Homecoming team in October 2017.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeBaltimore HomecomingTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★

Partnering Leadership
[BEST OF] Be Fearless; 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose with Jean Case | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 29:41


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Jean Case, Chairman of National Geographic Society, CEO of the Case Foundation, CEO of Case Impact Network, and author of Be Fearless: 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose. Jean Case talks about the 5 Principles to cultivate fearlessness: 1) Make a Big Bet 2) Be bold, take risks 3) Make failure matter 4) Reach beyond your bubble and 5) Let urgency conquer fear. Jean discusses each principle, citing real-life stories and offering meaningful advice to truly Be Fearless.  Some highlights:-Why parents should encourage their children to take risks even at a young age-Jean Case's upbringing and why it is usually ordinary people who tend do extraordinary things-On making a big bet, but starting where you are-Jean Case's career at General Electric and why she took the risk and left-The important role of failure and how you can make it matter-Jean's advice on taking risks and facing failure-Jean Case on intentionality and measuring what matters when breaking barriers-How diversity can benefit organizations-Why Jean Case believes fear is never absent and how you can let the power of urgency help you conquer fear -How to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in organizations-Jean Case on using social media for deep listening and connecting to your stakeholders -On starting your leadership journey by finding solutions to problems others don't see Mentioned:Barbara Van Dahlen, founder and president of Give an Hour How We Got to Now by Steven JohnsonBrave Companions by David McCulloughThe Premonition by Michael Lewis  Connect with Jean Case:Be Fearless Book WebsiteBe Fearless on AmazonCase Foundation Be Fearless Hub WebsiteCase Foundation WebsiteNational Geographic Society WebsiteJean Case on FacebookJean Case on TwitterJean Case on LinkedIn Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Citizen Heights
Christmas Eve 2021

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 34:54


Christmas is the story of God's miraculous arrival and intervention in our lives. It's a reminder of God's miracles; the big miracle of His arrival and the millions of little miracles of His daily concern. Although we sometimes fail to realize His wondrous and amazing grace in the moment … God still does miracles!The story of Christmas is a tale of an overwhelming joy, revealed to the world through the wonders of His love. And, that miraculous story is still being written! God wants to show-up in your life today and use this Christmas to remind you of the big miracle of his arrival, but also, the millions of little miracles that come our way. The miracle of Christmas is God's invitation for you to receive the gift of His arrival and the grace that will carry you in every season of life. Join us this December for The Miracle of Christmas.

Citizen Heights
A Look Back at 2021 - A House of Miracles

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 37:49


We started off this year with the theme House of Miracles and we loved getting the chance to celebrate all He's done in your life this year. Join us for House of Miracles - A Look back at 2021, where you will get a chance to hear some incredible stories of people from our church family. 

Up Your Creative Genius
Robin Fisher: How to personalize your wardrobe to best show your character

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 41:21


Fashion industry veteran and expert Robin Fisher is one of the leading image consultants in the Washington DC Metro area. In 2008 Robin left the corporate fashion world and put her passion behind a new labor of love: Polished, a full service personal styling and corporate image consulting agency. Robin's experience in the fashion industry spans over twenty five years and has included positions ranging from Executive Department Store Buyer, Magazine Creative Director, International Production Manager, and more. A certified image consultant who received intensive training in London, her personal clients include high achieving female executives, diplomats, judges, attorneys, doctors, authors, news anchors and any woman that is ready to get her style back on track! Robin has also been featured on CNN, FOX, NBC, Redbook, The Epoch Times, Washingtonian, Capital Files Magazine, Modern Luxury, and more. SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram - @polishedimage  Twitter - @polishedimage  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PolishedImage/ Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/polished/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Geniushttps://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/  Timestamp 2:02 Meeting Robin Fisher and understand how she gets into fashion 5:37 Her leap into fashion industry after internship 5:51 Confidence lies in what you wear 9:24 Composing her own business process 15:20 How Robin started Polished as a working mom 21:16 Robin has always been into fashion since she was a kid 23:05 Robin's shares about her first client and her business startup 26:23 Make a business out of your interest - you will never feel like work 28:59 Fashion tips from Robin 31:26 Polished - six week program 33:47 Future vision of Robin and Polished 37:46 Robin's way of starting her daily routine  Transcript Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello superstars, welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast, where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week, I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to up your creative genius in any part of your life. Hi, everybody. All right. It is so amazing. All right, because I am so excited about our guest today. She's a fashion industry veteran, and an expert - Robin Fisher. She's one of those amazing people. She's from the Washington DC area. But in 2008, she left the corporate fashion world and she went into her passion to really help people to create a look and feel for who they are. And her experience in the fashion industry has really changed the face of everything. She's worked with executive placement, store buyers and magazine creative directors. And she's been doing all of these fantastic things in the international space. And so I am super excited to have you here. Robin, you got to tell us about you and how you got started. I'm not sure I gave you all the right accreditation. Should we start that again? I'm sure we'll cover it. So that's good. So tell me all right, so you're helping people to get their look and feel together. Right? So tell me how did you get started doing this? Because you came from the fashion industry. So where did you work? And what did you do in the past? And how did you even get into that? Where were you born? And tell us a little bit about you and your past? I'd love to hear it? Robin Fisher 02:02 Sure. So I was born and raised in Oakland, California. Patti Dobrowolski 02:06 Yes. Robin Fisher 02:08 And my grandmother actually owned a business in San Francisco and she dealt with antiques and vintage. And so literally people would come to her when I was a little girl or costuming. So it would be jazz singers, theater, you know, costume designers and you know, collectors and all those kind of things. But where we would go to get the merchandise was where I really kind of fell in love with the whole process of fashion and manufacturing and all that kind of stuff. Because we would take trips into Denver to the cotton mills. And so when I was a little girl, I would climb like a story high of nothing but cotton garments. And basically they were there to get bleached back white soaked, and then the yarns come apart and then re-spun into thread. And so my grandmother was there to pull out the antiques and the vintage finds before they went through that process. So that was something that I actually just was always anamour with. And then Oakland is in San Francisco definitely is an industrial kind of town. And so as I got older, you know, my mother is a master tailor. She used to sew people, wedding gowns and prom dresses in our living room. And so I just had always been around the industry, you know, but I was a troubled teen, you know. Patti Dobrowolski 03:33 Oakland, I lived in Oakland, so I do a lot of trouble. Robin Fisher 03:38 And so but I just always wanted more for myself. But the biggest thing that I watched my family work together as a family, and if our businesses made money, that meant we ate well, that week, if our business didn't make money, it was a little bit of a struggle. And so I always have a personal goal of mine was for me to go into the fashion industry at a corporate level. However, you didn't see a lot of people back in those days that looked like me know for sure. But people definitely never really took me seriously. But it was just something that was a burning desire, because I just love the legacy of my family. So it wasn't until I went to college, got my act together, and 19, 20 years old and finally enrolled in San Francisco State that I started you know, I'd always worked retail jobs. You know, even my first job outside of my grandmother and family's business was at the Ross Dress For Less you know, yeah, yeah, for sure. And I've worked you know, high end retail, you know, Ferragamo and Nordstroms. And, you know, all that kind of stuff and I just loved you know, just the whole sales process helping people and I did that all through college, but once I was coming out, I took a non paid internship at a fashion company in San Francisco that hired me probably about six or eight months before I actually graduated. And then I was put on full time once I graduated. Patti Dobrowolski 05:02 Wow, that's fantastic. Well, you know, that's where I came from that that's what I did. When I was in college. I did all that retail, you know, Nordstrom, Frederick and Nelson when they existed, you know, just worked in all those places so that I could afford to buy some clothes, right at a discounted price. Robin Fisher 05:22 Right, exactly. Patti Dobrowolski 05:23 Yeah. Gotta get your look and feel. Robin Fisher 05:24 Yeah. Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 05:27 So well, that's incredible. I love that you came from that history. And so then when you did that internship, then what happened? What you do after that? Robin Fisher 05:37 Sure. So I honestly got that internship, because it was at the time that we were going from flatlay patterns that people were drafting on the tables, but into computer aided drafting. And I had been writing. Patti Dobrowolski 05:50 So CAD drawing, yes? Robin Fisher 05:51 CAD, and I had been certified in AutoCAD. And so the reason they had hired me was to take their hard patterns into digitalization to you know, help lead that process. And so after that, once I graduated, and went into full time they put me on international production teams. Oh, fantastic. Yep. All right. innerwear, which is underwear, and then also special cuts, that's when companies would come to us and want us to run their private label. And so I really looked around, and because even a home girl coming out of Oakland, you know, I was going to college. I remember saying, Okay, well, I don't look like a college and really making that transition to you know, Jack Purcells vintage 501. So why as you know, t shirt, and, you know, just Eddie Bauer puff coat, and that became my uniform. And I really took on the persona of a college student, even though I was struggling through my first engineering classes, but I saw the difference, you know, that? Patti Dobrowolski 06:49 Oh, I love that, so what you put on, gave you the confidence to do what you were doing? Like, put that on? Wow, I love that. Robin Fisher 06:59 Communicated that I was a student, you know, versus right. Oh, you know, hip girl coming out of Oakland, you know? Yep. And so that's when I really, you know, thought of back, you know, working alongside my grandmother, when some of the costume designers would come or the jazz musicians would come to her and they say, oh, you know, and this kind of look has this. And that kind of look has that. So when I looked around right after college, I was like, well, I could go into Silicon Valley and make twice as much as what I'm making. But I'm just married to this whole fashion thing, right? Yeah, I thought I was thinking, but I was like, what do the people that make the money look like? And so these people were very tailored, very, you know, had a great executive Hugo Boss, Hugo Boss, right. So I knew that I was not at that level. But I knew I wanted to send the message that I was headed that way. So I took my first paycheck, went and bought three suits from the limited you know, black, gray and navy, just how we used to do back in the days, right? Patti Dobrowolski 08:01 That's right. Did you have like that little flippy scarf thing that hung down on your shirt?I've always they always tried to get me to wear one of those. I'm like, I'm gay for that, sorry. Robin Fisher 08:18 Literally, I would break the suit up, I would never wear it together. So I wear the nice slacks with a nice top or the blazer with a nice pair of jeans. And so it really started sending the non verbal message that this girl is going places. And that in conjunction with my work, opportunity came open for an international trip that was going around the world, you know, starting in Asia, ending in Europe and back into New York. And I was chosen to go and. Patti Dobrowolski 08:44 Oh fantastic. Robin Fisher 08:46 Yeah, it was six months after I never since then I just took off. Patti Dobrowolski 08:49 That's fantastic. So how old were you when that opportunity happen? Robin Fisher 08:53 God, I think I was like 25 26 years old. I was relatively young. I know, I was the youngest person to ever go. But I just really always have taken myself really seriously. Yeah, and so. Patti Dobrowolski 09:08 Climb and all that those cotton things, obviously. I want to get to the top up there. So there you go. That's just a metaphor for you. You have it. All right. So then you're out there, you're doing this thing you're traveling, right? And then what happens? Robin Fisher 09:24 Well, you know, going global, I would say I never really had been a lot of places besides Denver, Seattle, where my dad lives in summer and holidays, and then Oakland and then you know, California. So seeing the world just really opened my eyes and I just wanted more, you know, and a world differently. And I just was like, Okay, what's next? And so one of the things I loved love loved production, but I wanted to know like, after I make this stuff, what do you guys do with it? How do you write me? And so my college sweetheart, who is now my husband was on the East Coast doing grad school. And so opportunity became available for me to go and be an executive buyer for my company. And when I thought about it overall, in terms of what I wanted for my long term goals in my career, I was like, Okay, this is perfect. So they relocated me out there. And then that's when I started the buying trend. And so it was, that was really fun, because literally the merchandise that I had produced I met in store. So yeah, I was very connected to the whole process, like, how is it gonna sell? How does it sell through? How do you mark it down? You know, and margins. And that was actually a really hard transition, because it was going into finance. But from there. Patti Dobrowolski 10:45 Yeah, because you really have to understand it end to end, right. So you have to understand it from a seller's market, right? So it's not just the buying, it's that what do you do with that aftermarket? And what happens to it? And then where do they make their profit in that? And how can you get the most profit, really, and you so you got to really understand the spreadsheet. Robin Fisher 11:06 That's what I tell people all the time, like, people were like, were you going to the fashion with someone like, Absolutely, but that was like, 10% of my job. And by the end of it, I didn't want to be there. I'd rather be in my office making sure that you know, because what comes down the runway is does not always be produced. But yet, it was a great experience. And it really gave me a 360 view in the fashion industry. And, you know, after I left that company, I had my first son married my husband, and then I went to another company, but this company was very specialized. And their thing was urban fashion. And so the first time I realized like, I'm not really into like the hip hop stuff, I had more of a classic personal taste. Patti Dobrowolski 11:53 Except for the jeans and the t shirt and the puffy coat that Eddie Bauer that's about as far as it went after that you were in the suits, right? Why? Robin Fisher 12:05 I always love suits. I always have had a classic even as a kid I wore Argyle, you know, best sweaters like, you know, that was just kind of like my aesthetic probably coming from my mom, but I loved it. Right? Yeah. But when I got to DC, I personally had issues with the dress code, because it was so white. And I was like, Oh my God, and they wrote me up, because I didn't wear collared shirts, you know? Patti Dobrowolski 12:30 Oh my God. Are you kidding? Oh my gosh. Robin Fisher 12:34 Let me tell you what I did, Patti. I flew into San Francisco went to the Haight Ashbury hit up probably about three or four of my favorite vintage stores got 70 Psychedelic shirts with collars. And I started popping them underneath my suit. And people were like, Oh my god. So that's where the concept of my concept of my company comes from, like, individual taste and individual style. Because once I started putting no I was fine. You know, the plain boring, you know. Patti Dobrowolski 13:03 Why not gonna happen? That's right. It's not gonna happen. fast enough. Robin Fisher 13:08 This, aren't we exactly. So weird and bizarre. Patti Dobrowolski 13:12 And I think that really I remember this going into my first job, right? The first time I went into a consulting thing, I thought I had to wear a three piece suit. Let me just say I bought a skirt. Okay, that's me buying a skirt that I hadn't worn one in years. Skirt, heels, top and then that shirt collared shirt, you know, but a plain shirt. And let me just say it was a huge flop. I was so uncomfortable that at the end of the day, I just took that suit and I took it right to, you know, resale place and I'm like, I am never wearing that suit again. Again. No, it's not me. You know, I have to be myself. Right? Important, right? It's so it is because your confidence comes from you feeling comfortable in your skin, right? Even if you got a Hugo Boss suit on, you got to know that it really represents you, whatever it is. Alright, so then how did you get from there into dressing people? Really? That's not the right way of saying it. Of course you've given that a look. And. Robin Fisher 14:10 Yeah, well, honestly, through my whole career, and my whole life, I've had to reposition myself and I've always done that through hair, makeup and clothes. I've always done that. So, you know, as a teenager, I was really insecure. I was blessed to go into very great schools for academics, but these girls had a lot of resources because they were private schools. I was on scholarships there you know. Yeah. And I just hated the feeling of feeling inadequate. I hated the feeling of people thinking that they were better than me or me mentally forget them me mins. Yeah, right. The way that I was able to combat that was by staying in the lines of the Walgreens or CVS and the makeup and the you know, just getting myself together and so I'm a process because in the fashion industry, you know, especially when you're walking the streets in New York, and you know, all these different shows, people are looking you up and down to see if you look the part all the time. And that was something that just comes with my industry. And I'm just like, Hell, if they're going to look me up and down, let me give them something to look at. Patti Dobrowolski 15:19 Exactly, exactly. Robin Fisher 15:20 Right. Because a lot of things that don't have to be said, if you walk in and look in a certain kind of way, you know, and so I developed a process like, you know, as women, we come on done all the time, you know, for different various different types of reasons. And I realized that I had a process of getting myself back on track every single time. Yes. And when I was at the last company I was at I wasn't treated very well, I was waiting to move back into San Francisco. So I took a job, which I thought would be temporary, but my husband did not want to leave the East Coast. And so we ended up getting pregnant with a set of twins. Patti Dobrowolski 16:01 Oh, wow. Well, that's a full time job right there. Robin Fisher 16:05 And I probably been ready. I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit. It comes from the beauty of my family. But I had probably been ready to start my own thing for about three, four years, but I just wasn't listening. You know what I mean? I just wasn't, my focus was to get me and my kid and my husband back to San Francisco. And then I go work for one of the companies there. And I had communities lined up, and I was just waiting and biding my time. But I didn't work out, you know, once you get a set of twins. Patti Dobrowolski 16:36 Oh, yeah, you got to be near family to help with them. You gotta. Yeah, it's crazy. Well, Robin Fisher 16:42 We actually stayed on the East Coast. Patti Dobrowolski 16:45 Oh, did you wow, okay crazy. Robin Fisher 16:47 Post about the family support. But you know, I had a bad situation in the office one day, and I was only probably about eight or nine weeks pregnant with my twins. I'm a twin too. So it was a total shock to me that I was having twins. I was older. And literally, I was in risk of losing them. Patti Dobrowolski 17:06 Yes. Robin Fisher 17:07 I just made that decision at that very moment that no job is worth losing your kids over? Well, first of all my integrity. Patti Dobrowolski 17:17 Right. Robin Fisher 17:18 Secondly, just the respect. And I knew the power that I had at that company. I knew tribution. And it was a lot. Patti Dobrowolski 17:27 Yeah. Robin Fisher 17:28 And I was just like, No. And then when I piled on the fact that I had been under that kind of pressure. Patti Dobrowolski 17:34 That's what I'm thinking. Robin Fisher 17:35 I period of time. And now I have kids and the kids, for me was where I was like, Absolutely not get your stuff together, get your stuff, y'all out here and don't ever come back. And so yeah, I walked off. And it was very. Patti Dobrowolski 17:52 I bet that was scary. Robin Fisher 17:54 It was very scary, because my husband was newly out of grad school. Like I said, we did not have the family support here. But it was definitely me choosing myself over a job for most, even though I love the industry. And I actually love the work that I did at the company, because it was very successful. You know, most of the people there were amazing. But it was one of those things that that's what I said, you know, you got to feed yourself, you're gonna have to yourself, because Washington DC is not a fashion town at all. Opportunities here are very far and wide in between. And I felt like if I did take another opportunity, and they were presented to me, but in this region that I would just be setting myself up to go back down the same road. Patti Dobrowolski 18:39 Yeah. And what I love about what you're saying is one and this for me is key. You know, you're in a circumstance where you're not treated well, people don't respect you. It's wrong. It's just wrong. And you realize the stress, you've got these twins, and it's stressful. And that's why I said that about you know, because of the kids. I mean, because of the stress, why you can't put your body under stress and expect to have those kids feel that they feel that you know, and you don't want to birth a couple of kids who have issues because you were under stress when you were pregnant, right? And what I love about it is that you totally took it and you're like no matter what, I'm going to have to do this myself, I'm going to have to feed myself, it's going to happen. And I think that is like a huge leap that you took with your husband just out of graduate school or in graduate school. You know, I mean, that's a big leap out into the middle of nothing, right? Yeah. What did you do to get yourself to land? Robin Fisher 19:40 Well, to be honest with you, I got really depressed because everything I felt like I had worked for in my life and what saved me from myself as a young young woman, I felt was like over you know, what was I going to do? I had always played with different business things and you know in the fashion space designing jewelry selling handbags at one time. Patti Dobrowolski 20:04 Yeah, yeah. Robin Fisher 20:04 Different stuff. But it was nothing that I just said, If my husband was making it where I could have been a stay at home mom, I tried that junk with my first son and Jesus. No, I just like. Patti Dobrowolski 20:17 I need to have my own thing. I can't stay here with you. Robin Fisher 20:22 Yeah, I tried. I tried. I did. Actually I did. I wasn't saying, what I just started this, on the side where I had my little business, you know, to take care of. And oh, literally, I think once I finally got over just the depression of it all, and just how everything had happened, and really started to think about my power and my position. And what I was able to do realistically with three children, while also you know, making sure that I was filling my soul, one of the things I always loved are beautiful women, I could sit on a bench in Paris, London, a park in Oakland, or Berkeley, you know, hiking, I love to see women pulled together and looking amazing. Regardless, if they're coming down the aisle at Target, they're picking up their kids from school. Patti Dobrowolski 21:16 Yeah. Robin Fisher 21:16 We're working, you know, at a corporate office. And that's actually where it started, because my mom was an executive in San Francisco. And my grandmother used to pick her up, and I would just sit there, you know, at the window, like a little girl and just watch all the very nice dressed women and men walked by. And so I was like, You know what, I have a whole process about how I reinvent myself, or recreate myself, and I understand often. And I also had done a lot of research, you know, through the years about style and stuff like that. And I was like, I need to turn it into something. Patti Dobrowolski 21:52 Yeah. Robin Fisher 21:53 So I sat down six months pregnant with my twins, and I wrote my business plan, and I decided to go back and finish get my masters. And so as soon as they were born, I enrolled in school, I started, you know, putting the pieces together creatively. And when they were probably about one years old, I've completed my master's, I went to London, right before I completed my master's and train with one of the world's best image consultants ever, because I knew I needed a high level. Patti Dobrowolski 22:23 Yes. Robin Fisher 22:24 Serious level, and she was amazing. But then I still needed to turn that into my own. You know what I mean? Patti Dobrowolski 22:30 Yes, yes, of course, because you get a mentor, but they give you their perspective on things. And you then have to shape that for what it is. That's your thing, your niche, whatever it is, right. Robin Fisher 22:42 Absolutely. Patti Dobrowolski 22:43 That's fantastic. Robin Fisher 22:44 Yeah. And so in the night because I was there I think for two weeks, and my twin brother and my mom came in watch my kids for me. You know, during the day, I would train and in the evenings, I would write my thesis. And so when I came back, I submitted that thing. I graduated and launched Polished the same month, December 2008. Patti Dobrowolski 23:05 Yeah, I love that Polished is a perfect name for your business, because that's really what you're doing. You're helping people to get their Polish going on. So tell me then how'd you get your first client? What was that like for you? Robin Fisher 23:20 Oh my god. So like I said, I believe when you can't get it together, you go down to the bare bones and I again, a little bit over 100 pounds pregnant with my twins. The budget was definitely not the same without that income. And so I had gone to like, you know, I think targeted and shopping Macy's and I had put together this little capsule of a wardrobe and literally I was wearing a uniform once again similar. Patti Dobrowolski 23:48 Yeah. Robin Fisher 23:48 Wore back like in my old company. Patti Dobrowolski 23:49 Your new uniform, your Polished uniform. Robin Fisher 23:53 Very similar to what I have on. Patti Dobrowolski 23:55 There you go, there you go. Robin Fisher 23:57 Nurse these guys. And so I was walking through our flagship mall here, which was Pentagon City and I have my twins with me. And this woman stopped me because I was there all the time. I hadn't really you know made any traction yet and she stopped me she goes I see you all the time and you always look so well put together. And I'm a mess. I have a set of twins and you know how do you do it? And I started laughing I said well actually is a concept based on basics. And she said basics and so I said well actually an executive image consultant personal stylist I just launched a business you know here's a card, call me. Well she did and she. Patti Dobrowolski 24:36 Oh yay. Robin Fisher 24:38 You know be owning executive coaching firm here. Patti Dobrowolski 24:42 Fantastic. Robin Fisher 24:44 Oh, it just took off. Patti Dobrowolski 24:44 Oh my god. Oh, I bet I bet and then did like at the very beginning. How did you figure out your pricing and things like that those real basic things like did you start off low and then eventually just bare self up? Robin Fisher 24:57 Yes. absolutely. And I'll be be honest with you, my goal wasn't, you know, to make a ton of money. My goal was to give myself some business. And then also to pay my student loans myself, I did not want to ask my husband to help pay for my student loans. That was my independence. Okay. Patti Dobrowolski 25:15 Yeah, yeah. Robin Fisher 25:16 So literally Polish would generate them. But then after a year, it just started growing and growing and growing and growing. And I was like, Oh, my God, I don't even know where to do with my kids. Like, you know what I mean, like I was booking people in the evening hours and on the weekends when my husband can watch them. So Polished was really grown alongside the development of my children as well. Now, that is what honestly, the best part about my company is because they were there, when I was signing up for the LLC in the business office. I'm like, bottles and pushing the stroller. Patti Dobrowolski 25:50 I love it. I love this. This is really, really the life of a working mom. I mean, this is what's true, is that I love that they were there everywhere, because you were there everywhere with your mom and your grandma. And this is really what we, you know, the myth is that there's some other place that they should go. But honestly, the best way you learn about things is by watching and observing and seeing how other people are. And then you figure out, Oh, who am I within the world of that? Robin Fisher 26:17 Right. Patti Dobrowolski 26:17 And so I love that. So now, what's your favorite thing about what you do right now? Robin Fisher 26:23 You know, my favorite thing that I do right now is just work with women where they are, you know, women transition all the time, and they're always going through things. And sometimes it's like, this can be overwhelming. It's not sometimes this overwhelmed a lot of women, and I'm like, I can teach you to take, you know, everything that you need to know about yourself, when it comes to this fashion environment. Because you don't have to be an expert in everything, you know, and we fall apart. You know, like, four years ago, I was diagnosed with colon cancer. Patti Dobrowolski 26:56 Oh my god. Robin Fisher 26:57 One of the things that I feel so blessed about is that my company kept going, even when I wasn't taking new clients at times, I wasn't promoting my business, there were a lot of things, I just did not have the, you know, energy to do, because of what I was going through, but the brand of Polished and the power of Polished and what it does, kept my business moving till I got well, and then you know, I was able to pick it up again, which is my opinion, the whole essence of what Polished is about. So when I work with women that are going through those kinds of things, you know, illness or promotions, or maybe they're retiring, maybe they've done a regional move, maybe they're getting a divorce, maybe they're in a new relationship, you know, those are the kind of things that really make me extremely happy. I've always had a huge respect, especially coming out of the San Francisco Bay Area for culture. And so the fact that I attract international clientele makes me extremely happy. So I'd say everything, everything. Patti Dobrowolski 28:03 That's, that's fantastic. Well, congratulations for coming through colon cancer. And I hope you're, you know, just doing well now, and I just send that send that energy your way. But here's what I love about what is very unique about you, is that you actually are most interested in the point of pivot, you're interested in creating the new persona that you are through your look and feel. Robin Fisher 28:29 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 28:29 Helping you understand, here's the base and the basics of what you need to know about you. And then let's build on that based on who you've emerged and have become, is that right? Robin Fisher 28:40 Yes. Patti Dobrowolski 28:41 So then give some of our listeners a tip about the basics. Is there any kind of tip that you would give them that would just help them as they're going into their closet before they call you on the phone to get you to help them? You know, is there any simple thing that you would give them that would be helpful? Robin Fisher 28:59 Sure. So a lot of people when they think about fashion and style, they think about things, but all the bells and whistles, they really forget about the stuff just like this quick little shirt I throw on to jump on here that pull outfits together, that pull looks together. And so I want to scream that from the rooftop because there's so many times that I've looked at in a woman's wardrobe and all I'm looking for is a simple black pair of slacks, no bells and whistles, no details, or all I'm looking for is a simple blazer, or a simple collared shirt like similar to this and they're just not there. And so they get themselves in a bind because literally they'll have all these fashion items that they picked up that they just love but they have nothing to anchor them to. Patti Dobrowolski 29:44 Yeah. Robin Fisher 29:45 And so that is the one thing I would say is like check your closet, make sure based on how you're functioning so if you're a person that is working from home right now you need you know, abundance of maybe comfortable pants, right. But those comfortable pants, make sure that some of them are clean. So when you put on a fashion shirt, you just put those comfortable pants on, and you're good to go. You know what I mean? Patti Dobrowolski 30:11 Well, and for me, it's like, it's not just comfortable pants, can I wear them in public so that I can actually go out, you know, into the world and not have to change out of my sweatpants, right? So there's something like that, I have that. So it's something really, that will anchor you you said, anchor you, and then what? Robin Fisher 30:30 And then you add on the fashion, you know, and that's when I build capsule wardrobes for clients. The first thing that I invested in is finding out what their personal taste level is, you know, I'm 33%, classic, 33%, natural and 33% updated, okay, so I'm always going to have some kind of classic kind of tailoring on but you'll see that I also will play with trends, but it will only be up to 33%. If I go over that, it's just like to costuming for me. Patti Dobrowolski 31:01 I love that now, I want you to pay attention to can you see the pull through of the engineer of her that build into that percentage thing. That's what I'm listening for him, like, She's totally an engineer, she's engineered this piece of your fashion, so that you can create the closet that you need to have so that you can go in there anytime and pull together the things that and I bet everybody has different percentages. Would you say? Robin Fisher 31:26 Yeah, buddy, like I run a six week program. Okay, we're literally I help women, you know, develop their individual style and wardrobe to match within that six week program. And I can tell you that there's women there from all over the country, you know, even internationally, and literally, they're never the same. It's very rare, you know, because I it's a very intimate group. So I only take up to 10 people. Patti Dobrowolski 31:51 That's fantastic. Is this online, that you do it? Okay. So if you're listening, and you wonder, like, How can this happen for me, you want to be one of those 10 that get into that, I would say that individualized experience so that you could learn, you can learn and you can listen to what she does with other people. Oh, my God, I'm getting in that that's all there is to it. I love that. Robin Fisher 32:16 You know, I work with women one on one too. Okay, yeah, that's a faster process. Patti Dobrowolski 32:22 If they fly you to Paris, and you want to do that, or Vienna, you're okay with that, you'll be fine with that go wherever it is. Robin Fisher 32:30 You know, what I learned is I just respect differences. And people learn different. So someone can learn everything within their consultation and me pulling together their capsule, and they're like, okay, but then there's other women that they learn by doing. They learn by, you know, asking questions. And so that's why I developed the six week program, just to help them because what I basically do for all of my clients, whether it's one on one, or whether it's in a group program is I teach them what I know. But for them, okay, so they begin to own style editor. And to me, that's where the power comes from. That's where the confidence comes from. Because once you understand your personal taste level, your fashion rules, your body type, all those kinds of things gel together, then the confidence comes with, I'm killing it, because I know I am but you are talking about it's because this is my personal taste level. This is how I do it. So you know. Patti Dobrowolski 33:27 Whatever, get with it. Yeah. That's right. I love that. So when you think about the vision of the future for you, what's that look like for your business for where you're going? What do you want to be known for? What do you want to do that you haven't stepped into yet? Do you want to expand into? Robin Fisher 33:47 Yeah, well, to be honest with you, I'm working on that. Now. I want to touch as many women as I can. I think life is, you know, I have a different view of life just based on what I've gone through, especially in the last five years, where it's too short to feel insecure and not attractive, you know, full of joy, you know what I mean? And if and your appearance is what is holding you back, girl, I got you okay, yeah, you know, come on, I can we can fix this up real quick, and I can let unleash you to the world with your power, you know what I mean? So that is honestly what makes me happy. And when I was ill, I really had to do some deep soul searching. And honestly, every single time I thought about what do you want to do with the rest of your life? If you're blessed to you know, beat Patti Dobrowolski 34:35 Yes. Robin Fisher 34:35 And it was the same thing. It was the same thing. That's what I want to be known for. I want to be known for the woman that helped me get my stuff together and taught me a process that I can always keep myself together. Even when I fall apart. I can put it back together, you know, and you know, just broadening my reach because honestly, I've been in the DMV, I've been a mom so I never really focused on my reach out. I was blessed to work with a lot of international people, you know, diplomats, and you're on business just based on the region that I'm in. Patti Dobrowolski 35:08 Yep. Robin Fisher 35:08 Also my specialty, I was very attractive to them. So but I never really expanded my reach until COVID. When COVID happened, that's when I decided, like, you know, I prayed about I was like, oh, Lord, you know, with my disorder, we just in my mind, it's just not going to be safe, even they won't know, what am I going to do? And I really considered, you know, just that's it, you know, just from my head. Yeah. But I thought thought it through and talked it through, you know, with my advisers, like my family, my mom, you know, my aunts are great advisors. And finally, what I had been doing digital work for a very long time, because a lot of my diplomats would get deployed. And a lot of the people that would work with me domestically would ended up going back to their home countries, and they want to keep working with me. So I actually had the whole processes already. Patti Dobrolski 36:01 Ready in the digital space. Yeah. So I think, you know, we underestimate, I mean, me, too, I was alive illustrator. So I was often a speaker and an illustrator live and in person. And when it pivoted, I had just started doing online classes just before that, and everything, of course, became online and still is. And so when I get called to go places that real and in person, I'm like, really? Are you sure that you can't do it? Are you really gonna all get together? COVID is still really high. Because I still want to wear my, you know, comfortable bottoms instead of like, put on my suit, right. And so I love that, that you were able to easily transition into that, Oh, my God, I could ask you so many questions, I have to save it for the next time I talk to you because I want to come and do that course with you. Because I think that would be fantastic. And if you're listening, you want to look in the show notes here and get involved, I want you to really carefully look at where she is in Instagram. Because Polished is something you need, you definitely need to do this and this piece that we're in a time of pivot. So you have to understand that if you're not aligning what you look like with who you are inside, you're doing a disservice to the people to showing your full self I think and that's what you're talking about. So all right, I just want one last question I want to ask you before I gotta let you go, cuz I know you have a hard stop. So what is your day look like? Tell me from the moment you get up until what happens in your day. And you know, just give me the brief overview. But people love to get inside your world. So how do you prepare yourself in the world do you have any daily practice you do and things that help you to bring your full self into the world? Robin Fisher 37:46 Sure. So you know, I wake up relatively early, I like to be up before my twins, my oldest son is away at school, so I don't really have to worry about him. But I do a lot of meditation in the morning, just you know, focusing on my day, and just checking in with myself. And then about seven o'clock, my twins rise, we you know, do the whole morning routine, I drive them to school. And by 10 o'clock, I'm fully dressed and you know, usually working on Zoom, if not taking calls, meetings, doing marketing and stuff like that. So that goes through my day until about maybe about three o'clock and then I will go pick them up, then I'll come back. And then I'm usually working with clients in the evening time. So sometimes I'll be working with clients, but there's a window at 12 one at two and then one at five. So I only take because this is such a creative process. I only take about four clients a week. Patti Dobrowolski 38:43 I bet. Robin Fisher 38:43 And the reason why is because I'm a creative person, I want to zero in and focus on them. So I take them during the latter part of the week. Once the merchandise is you know up on the systems that you know that people have received so I can really give them the best assortments available the consultation, you know, I've had time to really go in and deep dive and study them yet so forth. So my typical week, I probably shut down at around 10 o'clock. I'm trying to get better about not working past a certain time. But yeah, honestly, it doesn't feel like work to me, and none of my jobs except for the bad. You know, treatment. Yeah, no, I've never made a single dime. I don't think even outside of the fashion industry. I don't think of it as work. Patti Dobrowolski 39:32 That's fantastic. Robin Fisher 39:34 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 39:34 I love that. Robin Fisher 39:35 Work as work at all. And you know, I've been doing this for 30 years, you know, over 30 years now. Patti Dobrowolski 39:43 Yeah, I love that. Well, you are incredible. I just love everything you've said today, Robin and I just want to say thank you so much for spending time with us. Listeners, just really pay attention to the show notes. Take some of these tips to heart and really upgrade what you're doing You know, so that you can get your capsule together because I want my capsule together. So it matches my brand and everything. So thank you for spending time with us and we will look forward to seeing you again because I'm having you back on the show so that you can tell us more about what we need to do to get it together. Alright everybody, let's give a big round of applause. Robin, thanks so much for coming on. And thank you everybody for listening. If you like what you're hearing, you know, be sure to forward it to your friends because we want all of you to be learning some of these great tips. And until next time Up Your Creative Genius. I mean it Robin, thank you. Thank you. Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius. Then join me next week for more rocket fuel. Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy. Get out and up your creative genius. And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly Patti Dobrowolski and the up your creative genius podcast. That's a wrap.

Viewpoints
The Consequences Of Voter Error

Viewpoints

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 11:55


In 2006, Filipino immigrant Elizabeth Keathley mistakenly registered to vote while at a DMV in Illinois. After receiving her Voter ID in the mail, she ended up casting a ballot in the next election thinking she could do so. However, she wasn't a U.S. citizen at the time and, because of her actions, faced eventual deportation back to the Philippines. We speak with Keathley and the lawyer who helped her, Richard Hanus, about her years-long legal fight and the common confusion around the Motor Voter Law.

SKIN & SOME SHxT.
EPISODE 38 - HOLIDAY EDITION

SKIN & SOME SHxT.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 33:16


listen up bitches! it's the holidaze and SKIN & SOME SHxT will get you through. navigating through family especially as a beauty pro can be tough when ppl try to down play what you do

the BASSLINE podcast
the BASSLINE podcast ep. 181 "Write It Down Buddy"

the BASSLINE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 118:07


What started as an interview based show focus on DMV based creative talent has morphed in to a weekly opinion driven cultural commentary peppered with dry comedy. Hosted by c0pp0 x Young Mitchell with Raza Ry mediating. This week topics include: - Freddie Gibbs & Jim Jones altercation in MIA - Kyrie, COVID, & The NBA - Future had a delusional moment - Meg vs Tory trial underway and much more Submit for consideration in our new music segment at submissions@theevrydywknd.com. www.theverydayweekend.com

Mason and Friends show
Episode 610: episode 610

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 57:00


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases Betty White, 100+, Steadman 3000, disposable income, relationships. game watching, PS5, best fishing, charter, water reading, die hard 2, alone at the theater, Action Bronson, DC, Pride? rainbow cards, gentrefication, crack? meth? https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases 15 volumes at least, old, Dick Clark ain't ready, don't shoot the squirrel, R3dd Mudd, Kount Fif, Shout outs, trailer reactions, content Meeting, Christmas Vibe, temptations, Much love, The Ju Unit Fat Chick Tongue Ring 5/26/14 not: get what you get, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1Kdbn2ft80eVyHhWSftCz1?si=ea18b84c2617496a support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Partnering Leadership
[BEST OF] Leadership lessons from billionaire philanthropist David Rubenstein | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 41:24


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, David Rubenstein, co-founder & co-chairman of Carlyle Group & President of the Economic Club of Washington DC, shares his journey from working at the White House to starting one of the largest private equity investment firms globally. He also talks about his leadership lessons, philanthropy, Peer-to-Peer interviewing for the Economic Club of Washington DC and Bloomberg TV, and the legacy he plans to leave behind. Some highlights:- David Rubenstein's childhood and how he became an avid reader- David's experience at the White House working for former U.S. President Jimmy Carter- The story behind David Rubenstein helping co-found the Carlyle Group- On becoming Carlyle Group's fundraiser and how David increased its visibility - David Rubenstein's leadership practices and values- ‘Patriotic Philanthropy' and David Rubenstein's signing of the giving pledge- David Rubenstein on the value of family and the importance of raising successful children- Why David Rubenstein accepted to become the President of The Economic Club of Washington DC and then decided to change the format. - Becoming a Peer-to-Peer interviewer: on self-deprecating humor, being a good listener, and more- Leadership lessons from David Rubenstein's book, How to Lead- On his passion for capturing the ‘American experiment' and his opinion on America today- David Rubenstein's desire for impact as he ‘sprints' to leave a legacy - Why David Rubenstein reads over 100 books a year and encourages others to read more- On moving forward post-COVID with ongoing transformation and change Mentioned in this episode:-Ted Sorensen, lawyer, and advisor to former President John F. Kennedy-Birch Bayh, former senator-Jimmy Carter, 39th U.S. President-Alfred E. Kahn, economic advisor-William E. Simon, businessman, philanthropist, and 63rd United States Secretary of the Treasury-James Baker III, former United States Secretary of State-George H. W. Bush, 41st U.S. President-Frank Carlucci, former U.S. Secretary of Defense-John Major, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom-Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, former First Lady of the United States-Vernon Jordan, business executive, and civil rights activist-Oprah Winfrey, talk show host, television producer, actress, author, and philanthropist-Ruth Bader Ginsburg, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States-Indra Nooyi, CEO of of Pepsico-Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft-Tim Cook, CEO of Apple-Marc Andreessen, entrepreneur, investor, and software engineer-Andrew Grove, businessman, engineer, and former CEO of Intel CorporationBook Recommendations:-Patriots of Two Nations by Spencer Critchley -How to Lead by David Rubenstein Connect with David Rubenstein:David Rubenstein WebsiteThe Carlyle Group WebsiteThe David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-PeerThe Economic Club of Washington D.C. Website Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources are available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Grandpa's Testosterone and Viagra Combo

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 5:47


The CLO got a 49 year old lady from the DMV writing in because jolly old Saint D..k is too much! LMBAO!!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Stryker & Klein
FULL SHOW: Bet Your Fet, Re-Gift Exchange, Click Click Bait and more

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 91:01


FULL EPISODE 12.21.21: Open. Men at DMV are not clean. Ally is not packed for Labor. Ally Knows The News. Good Van News. A.D.D. News. Bet Your Fet. Worst of the Worst: Car Parking. A.D.D. News. Re-Gift Exchange. Ally Knows The News. A.D.D. News. Click Click Bait. Close.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Citizen Heights
Experiencing the Miracle of God's Redemptive Plan

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 29:07


Christmas is the story of God's miraculous arrival and intervention in our lives. It's a reminder of God's miracles; the big miracle of His arrival and the millions of little miracles of His daily concern. Although we sometimes fail to realize His wondrous and amazing grace in the moment … God still does miracles!The story of Christmas is a tale of an overwhelming joy, revealed to the world through the wonders of His love. And, that miraculous story is still being written! God wants to show-up in your life today and use this Christmas to remind you of the big miracle of his arrival, but also, the millions of little miracles that come our way. The miracle of Christmas is God's invitation for you to receive the gift of His arrival and the grace that will carry you in every season of life. Join us this December for The Miracle of Christmas. 

Mr. Curiosity
The Rusty Fender Returns Episode

Mr. Curiosity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 78:47


In this episode of Mr. Curiosity, Joe catches up with the fast-moving Dale Mikolaczyk, AKA Rusty Fender, or whatever his new fake name is. He's smart, opinionated, charismatic, hard-working and always on the go, whether it be calculating fuel expenditures for NASA's satellites, being a radio personality, or painting his dining room three times in the amount of time it takes to watch a sporting event.  He's thin, active and healthy, yet loves to consume fast-food on his routine trips to Manhattan and Washington, D.C. to do engineering and science for the masses!  Hear all about it and how his latest "job" helping a friend at the DMV was a painful experience of-biblical proportions!

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
The “About Some Foolishness” Episode

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 103:09


On this episode:Cussing Cactus: https://youtu.be/k2VXFAgx8NA“The Omarion”: https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2021/12/15/1064432010/omicron-spread-variant-coronavirusAB's Fake Vaxx Card: https://nypost.com/2021/12/02/antonio-brown-suspended-for-misrepresenting-vaccine-status/amp/AWS(hit): https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2021/12/07/amazon-web-services-outage-causes-issues-at-disney-netflix-coinbase.htmlChurch Money: https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/texas-news/plumber-who-found-money-in-lakewood-church-wall-calls-20k-reward-a-blessing/2834168/?amp12 Days = $44K: https://fortune.com/2021/12/03/12-days-of-christmas-2021-cost-inflation-partridge-pear-tree/amp/RIP, bell hooks: https://bnc.tv/feminist-author-activist-bell-hooks-dies-69/?amp=1December Tornado Relief: https://wfpl.org/heres-how-you-can-help-tornado-victims/amp/ IG: @thedigitalgumbopodcast       @iamnookiebishopjr       @iamidriselbow Twitter: @thedigitalgumbo                 @nookiebishopjr  New shows coming soon!