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Million Dollar Monday
Coworking Together and Scaling Your Business in Today's World

Million Dollar Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 17:36


Show Notes”Coworking is about different personalities, different entrepreneurs, and what they are looking for,” Natasha Mohan says. “Sitting down with them, understanding their business model, understanding their business goals and needs, and making them happy to engage with a company and a team that is going to help them fulfill those.” The Founder and CEO of WorkSocial, a shared office space company, explains her take on coworking, how to scale a business in today's world, and creating “movements in happiness.”Chapters:1:48 - The Early Years of WorkSocial3:37 - Creating Movements of Happiness5:55 - Coworking in Today's World7:12 - WorkSocial as an Office Assistant10:51 - The Benefits of Flexy13:19 - The Future and Importance of Coworking14:59 - Happiness HackingResource Links: Connect with Natasha Mohan:LinkedInConnect with WorkSocial:WorkSocial Website | Flexy WebsiteLinkedIn |   Instagram   |   Facebook   Takeaways: Happiness is always a movement in life When you walk into a WorkSocial environment, you're coming into a clean and very vibrant atmosphere. But at the same time, a very warm one, whether it's engaging with our team members or just with the people around you. They're all very friendly, warm people with the same goals. You're here to build a business, and so we're all learning from each other. When a client walks through the door, whether they become a client or not, I'm learning about their business. I'm sitting there and, and really engaging and listening to them. What are their ideas? What are their goals? And kind of helping them design an office-based setting that's going to work for them. Coworking spaces allow entrepreneurs to come in with a virtual office, a low-cost solution to being a professional business, utilizing conference rooms when they need to meet clients, getting their mail handled with a team on site, and then working their way up to a private office space. They can establish their teams and their businesses at a location that doesn't take too much of the revenue so their bottom line isn't hindered when it comes to business and growth. CONNECT WITH MILLION DOLLAR MONDAY! Follow us on Instagram | Follow us on YouTube

The World Beneath
Special Preview Episode: Elizabeth the First. The Early Years

The World Beneath

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 32:23


Here's your special preview episode of the new series Elizabeth the First – about the remarkable life of Elizabeth Taylor. In this preview, we learn how Elizabeth's ambitious spirit was unmistakable early in life. The relationship with her parents and the push into the glamour and prestige of Hollywood collided with the reality of a male-dominated business – one that was more interested in making Taylor a product, than the person she knew herself to be. Headline News says ‘I love Elizabeth the First' and the Toronto Star says the podcast is ‘sumptuously produced'. Find out what all the buzz is about by listening to the full series right now: https://link.chtbl.com/elizabeththefirst Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Boomtown
Special Preview Episode: Elizabeth the First. The Early Years

Boomtown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 32:23


Here's your special preview episode of the new series Elizabeth the First – about the remarkable life of Elizabeth Taylor. In this preview, we learn how Elizabeth's ambitious spirit was unmistakable early in life. The relationship with her parents and the push into the glamour and prestige of Hollywood collided with the reality of a male-dominated business – one that was more interested in making Taylor a product, than the person she knew herself to be. Headline News says ‘I love Elizabeth the First' and the Toronto Star says the podcast is ‘sumptuously produced'. Find out what all the buzz is about by listening to the full series right now: https://link.chtbl.com/elizabeththefirst Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Our American Stories
Lightning In a Bottle: The Early Years of Coke

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 27:27


On this episode of Our American Stories, we learn how Delta Airlines and Coca-Cola relate. What exactly is Georgia Green? How did a syrup that was originally sold as a patent medicine end up as the South's greatest export in the post-Civil War economy? Larry Jorgensen, author of The Coca Cola Trail and The Return to the Coca Cola Trail answers these questions in our latest story on America's favorite sugary drink. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mainstreet Cape Breton
Mental health in the early years

Mainstreet Cape Breton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 8:27


The cooperative movement Raising the Villages is hosting a public workshop in Port Hawkesbury on December 5 on the topic of infant, child, youth and community mental health.

History of the World podcast
Vol 4 Ep 40 - Reconquista, the Early Years ( El Cid )

History of the World podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 45:41


711 - 1102 - The Christianised Visigothic Kingdom was invaded and conquered by the Islamic Caliphate. The remnants of the Visigoths went north into the mountains and began the process of reconquest (reconquista), to bring the Iberian Peninsula back under Christian rule again.

Beaver Baptist Church
The Early Years of Davids Reign, 2 Sam. 2-4

Beaver Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 40:30


Sunday School: November 27, 2022 Teacher: Pastor Nathan Ruble

Always the Last to Know
S2 Ep35: JFK: The Early Years

Always the Last to Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 35:13


This week Katy gives us the low down on the way JFK was prepped for his political career by his *cough cough horrible cough* father. We also discuss the beginning of his relationship with Jackie O. and his many illnesses. Covering the context of how his early years directly relate to his future assassination. SOURCES:  American Dynasty Docuseries  James Pattersons House Of Kennedy  JFK Revisited By Oliver Stone https://www.tigertimesonline.com/entertainment/2018/04/the-scandals-of-jfk/ https://spyscape.com/article/nixon-watergate-and-the-curious-jfk-connections https://www.nytimes.com/1973/03/24/archives/dr-max-jacobson-faces-state-charges-on-conduct-dr-max-jacobson.html

Confessions of a PYP Teacher
C109: Local and Global Inquiry in the Early Years

Confessions of a PYP Teacher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 26:19


As I finish this series on local and global inquiry, I couldn't forget my early years friends.  Oftentimes, there are many strategies presented that are beyond the scope of what our little people can do.  I wanted to honor your special role in making learning come alive too.In connection to the Crafting Inquiry conference, I was inspired by the ideas of Kimberly Mitchell about asking deeper questions with our learners.  She posed this question that made me think. Wondering:  What gets in the way of students (and teachers) from asking questions? Kimberly gave some concrete reasons for why educators do not ask a wider range of questions.  I'd like to explore further and apply them to making local and global connections.For a written blog post and other resources, visit:   https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com

Podcasts from the Foundation Stage Forum Limited

Jules chats with Natalie Bent and Denhue Harris about STEM in the early years. They discuss the importance of introducing STEM at an early age, how educators and families can nourish STEM in their little learners, and how much creativity and imagination is a part of STEM. Natalie and Denhue run a children's book publishing business and early years hub about STEM, called Little Scholars Playground: https://littlescholarsplayground.com/ If you enjoy these podcasts from the Education Team at Tapestry, make sure to subscribe to be notified when we post new episodes. For more information on Tapestry please visit our website or contact us by email: https://tapestry.info/index.html customer.service@eyfs.info Twitter: @Tapestry_FSF Intro Song: Rising Spirits Music by Jay Man - OurMusicBox http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox

FORE the Good of the Game
Amy Alcott - Part 1 (The Early Years)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 48:35


World Golf Hall of Fame member, Amy Alcott, begins her life story growing up in Brentwood, California and playing "Yard Golf" with makeshift holes and a chopped off 8-iron. Alcott Golf & CC they called it, and there she played until introduced to Walter Keller, America's self-proclaimed first golf discounter, where she took lessons and learned the game. Amy had much success as a junior, winning 100+ tournaments including her State Am at Pebble Beach and the 1973 U.S. Girl's Junior. She almost went directly from junior golf to the LPGA Tour in 1985 where she won her 3rd tournament and earned LPGA Rookie of the Year honors. Amy Alcott shares her early life and time on tour, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Sew What?
The Early Years of the RSN: An Interview with Dr Lynn Hulse

Sew What?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 71:08


In this episode, Isabella interviews Dr Lynn Hulse about the early years of the Royal School of Needlework (RSN), which was founded in November 1872. This episode is being released the exact month of its 150th anniversary. Images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast has a website, sewwhatpodcast.com.

Lucretius Today -  Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy
Episode 149 - "Epicurus And His Philosophy" Part 05 - The Early Years of Epicurus

Lucretius Today - Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 39:21


Welcome to Episode One Hundred Forty-Nine of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. Each week we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. If you find the Epicurean worldview attractive, we invite you to join us in the study of Epicurus at EpicureanFriends.com, where you will find a discussion thread for each of our podcast episodes and many other topics. We're now in the process of a series of podcasts intended to provide a general overview of Epicurean philosophy based on the organizational structure employed by Norman DeWitt in his book "Epicurus and His Philosophy."This week we discuss a number of fundamental points about the early years of Epicurus:The Cultural ContentBorn in 341 BC, seven years after death of Plato and seven years before Alexander crossed Hellespont to conquer Persia.Platonism was dominant in higher education.When Epicurus arrived in Athens the Cynics were in revolt against conventional philosophy.Epicurus owes debt to the later Aristotle in that Epicurus focused on organic life instead of inorganic, leading to setting Nature as furnishing the norm rather than hypostatized Reason as taught by Plato.Chief negative influences of the time were Platonism and oratory, both of which were focused on the political.Epicurus declared war on the whole system of Platonic education. More than half of Principle Doctrines are direct contradictions of Platonism.It is a major mistake to consider Stoicism to be the primary antagonist of Epicureans - this ignores that Stoicism was developed after Epicurean philosophy: the main enemy of Epicurus was Platonism.Epicurus A Man of EruditionSome detractors of Epicurus claim he was an ignoramus and enemy of all culture. This is absurd.Epicurus was precocious as a child and challenged his teachers on the origin of the universe.Epicurus no doubt received Platonic schooling in geometry, dialectic, and rhetoric.Epicurus shows great familiarity with Platonic texts and more than half of his doctrines are rejections of Platonic positions.Epicurus declared dialectic a superfluity but criticized Plato with acumen and wrote against the Megarians, the contemporary experts in logic.Epicurus rejected geometry as relevant to ethics but adopted the procedures of Euclid in his own textbooks. Epicurus refuted mathematicians' claims that matter is infinitely divisible.Epicurus was clearly familiar with Aristotle and adopted many of his findings.https://www.epicureanfriends.com/thread/2744-episode-one-hundred-forty-nine-the-cultural-and-academic-context-of-the-rise-of/?postID=20658#post20658

Mowing In The Dark LAWN CARE Podcast
77. My Journey Into Lawn Care the Early Years w/ special guests Joel (my brother) & Mary (my mom) (LCBU #7)

Mowing In The Dark LAWN CARE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 60:56


Thanks for listening. Please give the podcast a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts.   I would love to hear your feedback. Send me an email with your feedback at lansinglawnservice@gmail.com Podcast Website: https://sites.libsyn.com/447981/mowinginthedark https://anchor.fm/mowinginthelight   Follow your host Aaron Sutter on… Instagram @lansinglawnservice Youtube: www.youtube.com/lansinglawnservicellc and check out my business website: www.lansinglawnservice.com   Want to be on our Sticker Wall? Send your stickers to: Lansing Lawn Service LLC P.O. Box 454 Potterville, MI 48876   Check out My Favorite Lawn Care Gear: Werner, AC78, Quickclick Stabilizer, Aluminum https://amzn.to/2OTOfMf Wonder Grip WG318L Liquid-Proof Double-Coated/Dipped Natural Latex Rubber Work Gloves 13-Gauge Seamless Nylon, Large, Large https://amzn.to/2Ytjml6 Hodenn Zero Turn Lawn Mower Hitch - Fits Ariens & Gravely ZT-X: https://amzn.to/3jJmEua ECHO Black Diamond Trimmer Line: https://amzn.to/2GBEL7d   #lawncare #landscaping #mowinginthedark #lawnservice #lawncarebusiness #lawncarepodcast #greenindustry #mowing #lawnmowing #landscapingpodcast #lawnpodcast #greenindustrypodcast #fullertonunfiltered #greengrindpodcast

The Syndicate
Special Preview Episode: Elizabeth the First. The Early Years

The Syndicate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 32:23


Here's your special preview episode of the new series Elizabeth the First – about the remarkable life of Elizabeth Taylor. In this preview, we learn how Elizabeth's ambitious spirit was unmistakable early in life. The relationship with her parents and the push into the glamour and prestige of Hollywood collided with the reality of a male-dominated business – one that was more interested in making Taylor a product, than the person she knew herself to be. Headline News says ‘I love Elizabeth the First' and the Toronto Star says the podcast is ‘sumptuously produced'. Find out what all the buzz is about by listening to the full series right now: https://link.chtbl.com/elizabeththefirst Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Talking Early Years with June O'Sullivan
Talking Early Years: June O'Sullivan and Teresa Heaney

Talking Early Years with June O'Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 50:53


Listen as Teresa Heaney, CEO of Early Childhood Ireland, explains how the Irish government has agreed to a number of positive actions following the publication of their evidence-based strategy, called First Five.

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television
Jack Nicholson: The Early Years

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 22:14


TVC 597.5: Christopher Fryer, co-author, along with Robert Crane, Jack Nicholson: The Early Years, talks to Ed about the unlikely series of events that led he and Bob to interview Jack Nicholson in 1973, a few years before Nicholson became a superstar. Chris is also one of the contributors to Beyond Where the Buses Run, a collection of short stories that centers around the unexpected directions that life often takes us in. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@advertisecast.com or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

American Coyote
Special Preview Episode: Elizabeth the First. The Early Years

American Coyote

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 32:23


Here's your special preview episode of the new series Elizabeth the First – about the remarkable life of Elizabeth Taylor. In this preview, we learn how Elizabeth's ambitious spirit was unmistakable early in life. The relationship with her parents and the push into the glamour and prestige of Hollywood collided with the reality of a male-dominated business – one that was more interested in making Taylor a product, than the person she knew herself to be. Headline News says ‘I love Elizabeth the First' and the Toronto Star says the podcast is ‘sumptuously produced'. Find out what all the buzz is about by listening to the full series right now: https://link.chtbl.com/elizabeththefirst Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RPG University
RPG University - Episode 102 Dungeons & Dragons: The Early Years w/ Hunter Bond

RPG University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 85:12


Join me, Professor RPG, as I sit down with friends, colleagues, and special guests as we reminisce and discuss Role-Playing games that left their mark on us. Expect to see all sorts, Western-style, Japanese, and even tabletop! Stay awhile and listen, and let us TRIGGER those memories of TALES long since completed. Relive that FANTASY you hold dear, and come along with us, adventurer, on this QUEST into the past. Welcome, to the RPG University. In this episode, I welcome back to the university one of the head writers at Berzerk Studios on Infernax and one of the panelists from our PAX West 2022 panel, Hunter Bond, to talk about the olden days of Dungeons & Dragons and how perhaps the latest edition could stand to learn something from the past! Follow Hunter on Twitter: @BondHunterBond the Professor: @ProfessorRPG the Show: @_RPGUniversity This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The WAB Podcast
Unpacking What Student Agency Means and Looks Like at WAB

The WAB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 15:07


Student agency can mean different things in different contexts and to different people. At WAB, student agency is embedded in everything: the curriculum, the learning, the teaching, even the strategic planning. Understanding what it actually means and how it looks in practice is important in understanding WAB. In this week's WAB podcast, we are joined by ES Vice Principal, Curriculum Co-ordinator and Coach for Early Years to Grade 1 Karen Lindner and WAB's MYP Co-ordinator and Middle School Curriculum Coach Jason Reagin who explore the meaning of student agency in the WAB context. They provide useful insights on the importance of giving students agency in their learning and what it looks like in practice. Listen in as they also discuss the importance of teachers in setting boundaries, supporting students and helping students understand the responsibility that comes with having choices.

Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar: A History of Economics Podcast

Çınla, Jennifer, and Scott are joined by Ann Mari May, Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Nebraska, to discuss her new book, Gender and the Dismal Science: Women in the Early Years of the Economics Profession. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org

The Bible Study Hour on Oneplace.com
Joseph's Early Years

The Bible Study Hour on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 30:13


Using the life story of Joseph, Dr. Boice provides a very practical study on the crucial issues of the Christian life. Explore how Joseph's life reflects peace and direction in times of adversity. Let his life be an example for your day-to-day living. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/81/29

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
Cork Early Years' Protest At City Hall

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 14:10


PJ talks to Averil, Bernie and Rowena who are protesting today because they fear Early Years centres will have to close. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

FORE the Good of the Game
Mary Mills - Part 1 (The Early Years and the 1963 Women's U.S. Open)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:26


Three-time major championship winner Mary Mills begins her story by sharing her memories of growing up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where she took up the game the game at age 11. With regular lessons from 1935 PGA Champion Johnny Revolta, Mary enjoyed early amateur success winning the Women's State Am eight times in a row starting at age 14. She met Messrs. Hogan and Jones at age 14 and found inspiration from those encounters. Mary played for four years on the men's golf team at Millsaps College before turning professional in 1962. It wasn't long before she won her first event and major, the 1963 Women's U.S. Open. Mary Mills shares her early years and first big win as a pro, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Raising Lifelong Learners
RLL#174: Interest-Led Learning In The Early Years

Raising Lifelong Learners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 28:52


This is the first episode in a two part series, all about the ages and stages of interest-led learning. Join Colleen as she shares practical examples and encouragement for child directed learning, beginning in the preschool years.  The Raising Lifelong Learners Podcast is brought to you by CTCMath. Find out more at https://www.ctcmath.com/purchase/homeschool50?tr_id=RLL.

Thus Spake Babaji
Shri Shivabalayogi Maharaj - The Early Years | Thus Spake Babaji - online Q&A, No. 103

Thus Spake Babaji

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 42:10


Babaji talks about the amazing in-born qualities of the young Sathyaraju who, after 12 years of gruelling tapas, became one of India's greatest spiritual giants, Shri Shivabalayogi Maharaj.Thus Spake Babaji No.103Recorded on 20 August 2022 with worldwide participants.Register your free place for the live online meditation and Q&A with Babaji: https://www.shivarudrabalayogi.org/en/online-satsang 0:00 Intro0:08 What were the main in-born qualities of Swamiji as a young boy?3:06 What if we don't have the same in-born qualities as Swamiji?3:50 Is it a wrong interpretation to describe the young Swamiji as extroverted, active and worldly wise?8:30 What was happening at the time prior to starting tapas when Sathyaraju appeared to become withdrawn from the world?12:15 Sathyaraju seemed to question authorities figures often.  When he was initiated into tapas, did he question that?17:58 How is it possible that Swamiji was able to instantly focus his mind 100%?27:31 Early on in His tapas, Swamiji stopped and decided to return to the world.  What stopped him from returning?36:37 Could it be said that the Jangama sage is a manifestation of Swamiji's mind?39:12 Could Tapaswiji Maharaj, who helped Swamiji with His tapas, be considered as His Guru?__Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YHFKcPK_XT96VO7xuk6RQWebsite: http://www.srby.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/shivarudrabalayogiTwitter: https://twitter.com/SRBYmissionInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shivarudrabalayogi/

Veritas Vox - The Voice of Classical Christian Education
17 | Navigating College Entry from Early Years - ft. Susan Gimotty

Veritas Vox - The Voice of Classical Christian Education

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 37:25


How early is too early to think about college, and what can you do to get started? What if you don't know how to encourage your teen who has no idea what they want to do after high school? If your child's not going to college, why in the world do they need this rigorous education?In this episode with Academic Advisor Susan Gimotty, we unpack all of these questions and more. You'll walk away with practical steps you can take to help your student succeed after high school- however that looks for them! 

Brown Mama Bear
Episode 5, Season 4: Seasons of Love - The Early Years, with Jesse and Ronya Green

Brown Mama Bear

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 25:47


Thank you for listening to Brown Mama Bear hosted by Shanera Williamson.  Today on the show, Shanera welcomes Jesse and Ronya Green to begin a series on raising kids through the many stages of life.  Jesse and Ronya are just starting out, parenting a 6-year-old and a 4-year-old.  They share their experience for this early stage of raising kids.   Mentioned: TILL movie Emmett Till   Connect with Shanera and Brown Mama Bear: Facebook, Instagram, Website   Make sure you share Brown Mama Bear with at least 3 friends so you have someone to talk with about these things.

Meet The Education Researcher
Inequalities in early years and primary education (Alice Bradbury)

Meet The Education Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 17:39


Professor Alice Bradbury (UCL) is a leading sociologist of early years and primary education, focusing on matters of inequality and social justice. We talk about Alice's research on phonics teaching in English primary schools, the datafication of the early years classroom, and why we should be concerned about the emphasis now being placed on ideas of resilience, ‘grit' and growth-mindset.

The Loaded Goat
Don Knotts' Early Years

The Loaded Goat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 17:25


We've revisited Andy Griffith's work before TAGS. This week, we take a look at Don Knotts' work with Steve Allen and Dean Martin.

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast
Brad and Josh's Excellent Adventure

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 35:13


15 states, 12 days, 4417 miles and 16.7 miles per gallon creating priceless memories and tons of new friends, from the Rockies to Long Island New York, quite the road trip. Throw in there a 1968 Shelby GT 350 convertible and you've got yourself something quite special. Here to talk about the journey, not the destination, welcome Brad and Josh Glassman to Ford Mustang, The Early Years podcast.Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview Application============Do you own a early year Mustang?: yesIf you own a Mustang, how long have you owned your ride?: 20 yearsWhat do you do for a living?: Attorney If you've made improvements to your classic car or restored it, what work have you done?: Original 1968 Shelby GT-350 convertible- restored over 30 years ago. Special note: My twin brother Josh and I Just returned from a 12 day 4417 miles road-trip on Barrett Jackson road tour through Rockies,Utah, Wyoming etc and back to Long Island NY. Started in Elk City OK. -15 states in total. What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: It's dialed in preparation of this trip. Continue to drive it 3-5k miles per year. Street or Track front coilover kit; bilstein shocks; aluminum radiator and electric fan, 5 speed transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes rack and pinion street rack, 17 inch Shelby 10 spoke wheels, wireless Bluetooth Also have 1966 289 convertible.Upgrading suspension and cooling. Rumor has it original owner was a Beach Boy never able to prove. We have owned Boss 302s etc in past. Cover Art credit: Brad and Josh GlassmanSocial Media@ElGatoEngineering https://www.instagram.com/elgatoengineering/@jagpegasus @bglassman Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast (social media)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairKeep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler

Grant Lawrence Superfeed
Handy Candy - Ch 3 - The Early Years

Grant Lawrence Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 9:13


Find out how Handy Candy Anderson went from a childhood of living all over the USA with a father who worked for the Pentagon, to discovering the coastal Canadian wilderness of Desolation Sound.

Human Design Collective Podcast
Richard Beaumont on his early years in HD, Sacral response, Projectors, teaching analysts, the Cross of Laws, hidden potentials and his new projects

Human Design Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 88:07


Richard Beaumont is a 1/3 Manifesting Generator on the Right Angle Cross of Laws and a direct student of Ra Uru Hu. He entered the Human Design experiment in 1997 and is the Director of Human Design UK where he has been actively teaching and promoting the system through many mediums for over two decades. Richard also runs Human Design Films Ltd, the company that was created to record Ra's teachings where he is currently working on new films and courses to enrich the Human Design community. In this conversation, we explore his experience of coming into Human Design, the early years of the teaching, Sacral response, importance of the Projector type, preparing students as analysts, the Cross of Laws, hidden potentials, and a preview into the new projects he is working on. To connect with Richard, please visit: Human.Design To connect with the hosts visit: Amy Lee, Human Design Analyst & Guide at holohumandesign.com John Cole, Human Design Analyst & Guide at metamorphichumandesign.com For more information on the Human Design Collective visit: humandesigncollective.com

 For courses and workshops visit: courses.humandesigncollective.com Human Design Collective Podcast music "Stars of the Unexpected" by Meg Ruby and Anders Parker. For more information visit: megruby.com andersparker.com

Mended Teacups
The Early Years

Mended Teacups

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 10:24


Over the next few months we're going to be taking a gentle amble through “Another Way to Learn?” We'll introduce you to each chapter and it's author and reflect on our own home educating experiences around the topic. This week we'll introduce the lovely Jessica Girard, who writes beautifully on the early years of home educating. Grab a cuppa and listen in to how Molly's and Jessica's paths crossed, find out a little more about her life with little ones on the stunning and fascinating island of Guernsey and join our trip down memory lane as we remember those long ago times with little ones.

FORE the Good of the Game
Angela Stanford - Part 1 (The Early Years and Wins)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:39


Winner of the 2018 Evian Championship Angela Stanford begins her story being introduced to the game by her father in Saginaw, Texas at age 10. Her game developed under the watchful eye of Amy Fox and, after success at the junior level, Angela competed at TCU for coach Angie Larkin, winning nine tournaments and achieving All-American status. She was selected for the 2000 Curtis Cup Team that was victorious at Ganton Golf Club before turning professional later that year. After winning the Futures Tour Championship in the fall of 2000, she joined the LPGA Tour in 2001 and notched her first win at the 2003 Shoprite LPGA Classic and later experienced a heart-breaking loss at the 2003 U.S. Women's Open in a 3-way 18-hole playoff . Angela Stanford shares her early story, "FORE the Good of the Game."

The Commonplace
Ep 17 | Bonus: Making Our Philosophy Practical in the Early Years (Interview with Bethany Douglass of Cloistered Away)

The Commonplace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022


We've spent the whole year getting our pedagogy in place by studying Mason's 20 principles. But sometimes, we need help bringing all that philosophy down to the practical level, down to our commonplace homes. Thankfully, today's guest is here to help. Bethany Douglass, a wife, mother of four, and writer at Cloistered Away, joins me to offer practical homeschooling encouragement on setting rhythms, cultivating atmosphere, important practices for moms, and how to pursue truth, goodness, and beauty through it all! To catch the bonus question at the end of the episode, join us in Patreon! __________ You can find Bethany on Instagram @cloisteredaway and at Cloistered Away. Find the reel mentioned in the episode here.Pst. You can also watch today's interview over on Youtube! Just search The Commonplace! __________ Resources from Cloistered Away Homeschooling | Getting StartedHomeschooling | Preschool YearsHomeschooling | Childhood YearsHomeschooling | EncouragementHomeschooling | ResourcesHomeschooling | Gift GuidesFamily | MotherhoodHome | Simply Rhythms & RoutinesFood | Sabbath Routines & Dinners__________You can find the full episode notes here.__________Interested in hearing bonus mini episodes and joining the monthly Q+A? Then you may enjoy The Commonplace on Patreon.

Mindful Things
Pushing Back Against Feelings of Loneliness

Mindful Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 53:15


Jenn talks to Dr. Lisa Coyne about how to combat feelings of loneliness. Lisa answers questions about how to manage loneliness, embrace alone time, and form meaningful connections.Lisa W. Coyne, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, part-time, at Harvard Medical School, and is a senior clinical consultant at the Child and Adolescent OCD Institute (OCDI Jr.) at McLean Hospital. Dr. Coyne is the author of “The Joy of Parenting: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Guide to Effective Parenting in the Early Years,” a book for parents of young children.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: mclean.link/7wy– Read the episode transcript: mclean.link/mhl- - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2022 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.

Dakota Datebook
October 24: Archives Month - The Early Years

Dakota Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 3:03


In the early history of the State Historical Society of North Dakota, the offices were in the basement of the original Capitol. It wasn't a lot of space, which soon became a problem. In 1913, Secretary Orin G. Libby of the State Historical Society, reported, “the crowded condition of the museum rooms… made it impossible for the Society to enter into any considerable collecting …”

My Favorite Detective Stories
Lori Duffy Foster | My Favorite Detective Stories Episode 183

My Favorite Detective Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 51:34


Lori Duffy Foster is a former crime reporter who writes fiction and nonfiction from the hills of Northern Pennsylvania, where she lives with her husband and four children. She was born and raised in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, where a part of her heart remains.Her short fiction has appeared in the journal Aethlon, and in the anthologies Short Story America and Childhood Regained. Her nonfiction has appeared in Healthy Living, Running Times, Literary Mama, Crimespree and Mountain Home magazines.A Dead Man's Eyes, the first in the Lisa Jamison mystery/suspense series, is her debut novel.  Book two in the series, Never Broken, came out in April of 2022. Her first standalone thriller, Never Let Go, releases in December of 2022. She is also author of Raising Identical Twins: The Unique Challenges and Joys of the Early Years.Her nonfiction book, Raising Identical Twins: The Unique Challenges and Joys of the Early Years, is available from Amazon.Lori is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, The Historical Novel Society and Pennwriters. She is also vice president of the Knoxville (PA) Public Library board.https://loriduffyfoster.com/author/loriduffyfoster/https://www.facebook.com/loriduffyfosterauthorhttps://www.instagram.com/lori.duffy.foster/Today's episode is brought to you by John's full series of crime thrillers available right now. You can get them through Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/John-A.-Hoda/e/B00BGPXBMM%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share  You can also sign up for the newsletter at http://www.JohnHoda.com to get a free copy of John's new novella Liberty City Nights.Thank you for listening. If you have a moment to spare please leave a rating or comment on Apple Podcasts as that will help us expand the circle around our campfire. If you have any questions please feel to reach out to me via my website http://www.johnhoda.com

FORE the Good of the Game
Beth Daniel - Part 1 (The Early Years)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 41:18


World Golf Hall of Fame member Beth Daniel begins her life story by recollecting her days growing up in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Thanks to her supportive golfing parents, Beth was introduced to the game at age 6 and benefitted from fine teachers at her home club like Masters Champion Henry Picard. She won the U.S. Women's Amateur in 1975 and 1977 and in between, was the medalist in 1976. Playing for Furman University with the likes of Betsy King, Sherri Turner and Cindy Farro, Beth and her teammates won the AIAW Championship Team title that same year. She also competed on two winning Curtis Cup teams, going 7-1 in her matches. Beth Daniel, the 1977 Broderick Award winner as the nation's best female collegiate golfer, shares her early years, "FORE the Good of the Game."

The Forest School Podcast
FSA Conference 2022 Part 1

The Forest School Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 119:13


Sara Knight is an experienced early years educator and Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University. She is a trained Forest School practitioner and author of Forest Schools and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years and Risk and Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play. LUCY JONES was born in Cambridge, England, and educated at University College London. She has written extensively on culture, science and na­ture. Her articles have been published on BBC Earth, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, and the New Statesman. http://lucyfjones.com Mell Harrison has been facilitating nature connection work for over 15 years. She is an FSA-endorsed trainer who has been offering training since 2016. https://kindaforestschool.com/mell-harrison-director-facilitator/ Tim Gill is an independent scholar, writer and consultant on childhood and a global advocate for children's play and mobility. https://rethinkingchildhood.com Rope Flow https://nomadadventure.com/rope-flow/ Essex Outdoors Danbury https://www.essexoutdoors.com/our-centres/danbury/ http://forestschoolassociation.org Bluebell Bushcraft is run by Matt Harder, a qualified teacher and Forest School leader with over ten years of experience teaching survival and Bushcraft skills. https://bluebellbushcraft.co.uk Forest School Cooking:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Forest-School-Cooking-Mundane-Marshmallows/dp/B09LGW644R Children of the Forest Links; Bookings & training: www.children-of-the-forest.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/childrenoftheforest Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/384058572484783 Virtual Consultancy and In-person Training: www.children-of-the-forest.com/consultancy-development

A History of Italy » Podcast
145 - Fleeting youth, Lorenzo de Medici's early years

A History of Italy » Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 16:27


Before the responsibility of government is handed over to him at his father's death and before getting married the statesman, banker, lover of philosophy and poet Lorenzo De Medici takes a few last opportunities at carefree youth with a tournament and party that would never be forgot.

Murder Phone
Season 3 Episode 1 Getting To Know Arthur Shawcross

Murder Phone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 69:20


Tony's first mailing went out to over 40 killers all over the country, and the very first letter that came in was from Arthur John Shawcross, Alias “The Genesee River Killer”Tony only knew Art for approximately 2 years, but during that short period he opened himself up in ways Tony never imagined. This season Tony will share the story exactly as Shawcross told it.  Here's a small sample of what Tony will share this season:Art wrote a detailed account of his Early Years and his time in Vietnam. (84 pages) titled “Growing Up in the House Of Sin” It could easily have been titled “The Making of a Serial Killer”. Art sent Over 100 Letters in less than two years detailing Prison life, his personal attitudes about other prisoners, woman, pen pals, collectors, his personal recipes, sex, and murder.Art sent Tony a handwritten letter from The Manhunter himself FBI profiler John Douglas along with his business card that he had sent to Art. Tony will share a letter Art sent to him with a letter he received from Keith Jesperson the Happy Face Killer. He calls him a fucking maggot!Shawcross agreed to describe his killings. Art said he had been asked many times but always said no. He describes in detail each murder. Phone conversations that have never been heard by anyone but the family. The calls will give you an idea of his narcissism and views on people and life in general.  Tony and Al's descriptions of the prison visits they had with ArthurPersonal Writings, poetry and Art workShawcross tells Tony in his last letter before he died that he has given Tony what no one else has. Tony and Al will once again get you as close to a serial killer as you ever want to be. 

The Comics Pals
Geoff Johns Interview | The Comics Pals Episode 310

The Comics Pals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 146:00


Our 2 HOUR interview with Geoff Johns spans his entire career, sees him dropping jewels about writing stories, goes in depth on JUNKYARD JOE and GEIGER, and so much more. HUGE thank you to Geoff for doing this and being so gracious! Pick up the Black and White edition of JUNKYARD JOE to support two great charities: the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans in the US and Veterans Aid in the UK. 00:00 Intro (Geoff Johns Introduction) 7:07 Junkyard Joe Spoiler Free Conversation 13:27 Why Geiger was the Right Idea for Geoff and Gary to Take to Image Comics 17:10 The Differences Between Working for DC Comics and Image Comics 22:34 Telling Personal Stories Through IP Characters 29:15 Junkyard Joe's Themes 37:09 Seeding Fun Moments in Comics 39:22 Geiger 80 Page Giant Issue Discussion & Red Coat Update 42:35 The Overarching Story of the Geiger-Verse! 53:44 The Power of Comic Books 56:55 Geoff Johns Reflects on Early Years at DC 1:01:35 Geoff Talks About Writing Events 1:06:26 Cinematic Writing & Lessons Learned From Richard Donner 1:11:53 Geoff Johns' Writing Technique 1:15:52 Talking Forever Evil 1:20:36 Getting into the Headspace to Write Characters 1:23:11 Why The Joker is the Scariest Character to Write 1:28:44 Verisimilitude 1:33:41 Why the Lantern Color Spectrum Resonates / The Power of Emotions 1:42:25 Doomsday Clock 1:48:24 New Golden Age/JSA/Stargirl 1:53:30 Killing Zone Imprint Update 1:54:25 Listener Questions 2:03:48 Gimme the Green Light Game With Geoff Johns 2:07:38 Parting Message from Geoff 2:08:35 Geoff Johns' Advice to Aspiring Creators 2:14:45 Reflections on the Interview & The Comics Pals NYCC Plans Subscribe to our channel: youtube.com/thecomicspals?sub_confirm... Watch us LIVE on Twitch every: Thursday at 6 PM EST for Pals Pulls Saturday at 10:15 AM EST for The Comics Pals Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/thecomicspals Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/6RAX3sT The Comics Pals is a weekly comic book podcast where a group of comic book journalists and friends get together to talk comics. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PodBean: https://thecomicspals.podbean.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thecomicspals Instagram: https://instagram.com/thecomicspals ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/6RAX3sT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Pals: Sean: https://twitter.com/SeansSoapbox Tyler: https://twitter.com/TheTylerOlson Cale: https://twitter.com/Totointow Marco: https://twitter.com/mrmarcoanimoto

Velvet Ashes Legacy Podcast
4. Betty Greene

Velvet Ashes Legacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 65:57


Betty Greene (1920-1997) impacted missions aviation history in a big way! Learn more about her experiences as a Women Airforce Service Pilot (WASP), her adventures in South America, Africa and Southeast Asia, and her humility and calm in the midst of the challenges of being a woman in a man's world. We hope you will be inspired to keep learning about this amazing woman! Learn more about Velvet Ashes Follow Velvet Ashes on Facebook or Instagram Follow Denise and Sarah Featured music is "Daughters and Sons" by Eine Blume. Check out more from them on iTunes or wherever you get music! Betty Greene episode transcript Check out these resources: Learn more about Mission Aviation Fellowship MAF Documentary Ends of the Earth Betty Greene: Wings to Serve (Christian Heroes Then and Now series) by Janet and Geoff Benge We are grateful to MAF for access to excerpts from Giving Wings to the Gospel by Dietrich Buss and Arthur Glasser Flying High: The Amazing Story of Betty Greene and the Early Years of Mission Aviation Fellowship by Betty Greene and Dietrich Buss (not currently in print but we found used copies online)

The Explorers Podcast
James Cook - Part 1 - Early years, war and surveyor

The Explorers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 39:03 Very Popular


In part 1 of our series on British explorer James Cook, we look at the man's younger years, plus his life in the Royal Navy - focusing on his time in the Seven Years' War, and several years surveying the coast of Newfoundland. We'll finish with Cook being appointed to command the HMS Endeavour - which will be the beginnings of one of the most famous voyages of exploration in history. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email us at sales@advertisecast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The History of Literature
446 Percy Bysshe Shelley - The Early Years

The History of Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 74:00 Very Popular


Jacke takes a look at the early years of Percy Bysshe Shelley, from his idyllic childhood, to his rebellious student years, to his experiments in free love, radical politics, and Wordsworthian poetry. Works discussed include "Queen Mab," "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty," "Alastor, or the Spirit of Solitude," "Mont Blanc," "Mutability ["We are as clouds that veil the midnight moon"], and "To Wordsworth." Additional listening suggestions: John Keats More John Keats 306 Keats's Great Odes (with Anahid Nersessian) 307 Keats's Ode to Psyche Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know - The Story of Lord Byron Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

FORE the Good of the Game
Dottie Pepper - Part 1 (The Early Years and the 1992 Nabisco Dinah Shore)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 36:46


2-time major winner and popular golf broadcaster, Dottie Pepper, takes us back to learning the game under the watchful eye of her father Don and early mentor George J. Pulver, Sr. who Dottie honored with her recent book A Letter to a Future Champion - My Time with Mr. Pulver.  She had early successes, some while playing on her high school boys golf team; winning the NY Women's State Amateur as a 15-year-old, winning the 1981 and 1983 Girl's NY Junior Amateurs and finishing as low amateur at the Women's U.S. Open in 1984. A 3-time All-American at Furman, Dottie then joined the LPGA Tour in 1988 and got her first win the following year. Listen in as she recounts her early victories and her first major at the 1992 Nabisco Dinah Shore. Dottie Pepper begins her life story, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Friends Talking Fantasy Podcast
House of the Dragon - Remembering The Early Years - Episodes 1-5 Discussion

Friends Talking Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 83:12


The Friends reminisce about the early years in the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon by discussing episodes 1 - 5 (before the casting change). Shout out to Milly Alcock and Emily Carey for their performances as the young Rhaenyra and Alicent.

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
Why Raising Prices is the Real Game Changer to Increasing Profitability

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 20:40


How can you boost agency profitability? Do you have a clear plan for being profitable? Some agency owners start out thinking they want to get to $100 million. But, whatever you expect to get at $100M, could you get it at $10M? How about right now? Most likely, what you really want is freedom. Today's guest found out getting there is just a matter of setting up the right processes and having the right team. In tandem, these two elements remove the owner from daily operations and eliminate the need for your input at every step. Chris Rodgers is the founder and CEO of Colorado SEO Pros, a boutique SEO agency that helps market leaders solve complex SEO challenges. His team achieves big results with an exceptional SEO strategy, AI technology, and top talent. He shares his experience in his first few years with his agency, and how he learned the importance of knowing the agency's value and having the right people in the right seats on the bus. In this interview, we'll discuss: Early mistakes when you're building your agency. Why raising prices is a real game changer to increase profitability. Changing your hiring strategy to get the right people on the bus. Sponsors and Resources E2M Solutions: Today's episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass is sponsored by E2M Solutions, a web design and development agency that has provided white label services for the past 10 years to agencies all over the world. Check out e2msolutions.com/smartagency and get 10% off for the first three months of service.   Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Treat Your Agency SEO As Important As Your Clients' SEO Chris started his career working in corporate marketing. He was first attracted to the digital marketing side because of all the data and tracking and the transparency it provided. When he moved to Colorado, he worked as a senior analyst for an agency and, after a failed venture, eventually decided to create his own agency. His agency started in his home office with an intern that showed up to work in his pajamas. (#Agencylife, right? :) He first started contacting businesses ranking on the second page of Google results to tell them why they needed SEO. Their answer: What is SEO? Chris knew he needed to change his approach and went back to work on his own website's SEO. Eventually, his website knocked down the biggest company in Colorado for the #1 spot in Google results and they started getting leads from all over the country. This was a huge step for his agency and got them to a new level where they were actually struggling to keep up with demand. At this point, it was still a two-person operation and both he and his intern were SEO specialists. He still needed to figure out how to build an agency around their SEO services. Common Struggles the Early Years of Running an Agency Lack of knowledge on building a business around his skills led to some early mistakes. Chris and his team started off offering custom solutions as a way to differentiate from their competition. However, they experienced years of setbacks by not having the correct processes in order to scale. By the second and third years, Chris had periods where he really couldn't afford the salary for his team. The swings of the business were especially hard. If they lost a client, all of a sudden he had to skip a paycheck for himself in order to make payroll for everyone else. For a couple of years, every time he felt they were starting to grow, there was a new setback. It seemed like he was never making enough money to pay his employees what they needed to make while also growing his agency. The True Game Changer to Increase Your Agency's Profitability Things started to change once his agency got to $1 Million revenue and beyond. There was just more room to breathe. Chris focused on determining their ideal client. In order to grow the agency's reputation, it needed to work with higher-profile brands on large and complex projects. They searched for brands that recognized the value the agency brought and paid accordingly. However, the true game changer was raising their prices. They doubled their minimum prices and increased their contract length. They were finally getting paid on the value they delivered. In part, they were able to do this because they had a vault of case stories and a reputation for success. In hindsight, Chris realizes that while considering the value the agency delivers what he did in the backend was sabotaging the effort. Always be aware of the value you provide. Don't start out too eager, doing too much for your first big clients. They can leave you in a heartbeat. Instead, start the year by setting clear goals for your agency. Look at the value you deliver. Think about the salary you personally want to make that year. Then ask: What revenue does the agency need in order to make that happen? How many clients do you need in order to get there? How much would you need to charge? Break it down to smaller, attainable goals and then reach for them. If you just have the mindset of getting as many clients as you can, you're creating a big headache for yourself. Getting the Right People On the Bus So You Can Charge More Chris recalls advice from another agency owner about addressing management issues. He was essentially told to get the wrong people off the bus, which he proceeded to do. In the beginning, his agency focused on hiring and training new talent right out of college. It seemed like the best approach compared with hiring more experienced professionals requiring a higher salary and still needing some training. However, years later Chris found they did not have the acumen and experience to deliver at the level needed to raise prices. As a result, they changed their hiring philosophy and started hiring more experienced talent. Now they have a staff of twelve with over 100 years of combined experience and lower turnover. It has been the best way to ensure a high-level experience for their clients. When it comes to retaining employees, Jason says you'll have a better chance with workers who have a lot of experience in a different field. If they are willing to learn, it can work out better than hiring young workers who receive your training and then leave after one or two years. Also, don't forget to take culture into account as a very important part of your hiring process. For Chris, it's been a striking difference, and he doesn't have an endless stream of fires to put out. Things are now stable and growing. Don't Feel Guilty About Your Hard Earned Freedom A more stable situation at the agency allowed freedom from being bogged down by emails and meetings. He no longer handles everything and his team has things under control. This gives him more time to focus on CEO-specific tasks but it also sometimes makes him feel guilty. As an agency owner, it's completely normal to feel displaced when going from working non-stop to finally having some freedom. You're so used to having a long list of things to do and suddenly finding no one seems to need you anymore leaves you feeling useless or insignificant. However, remember this is what you've been working for since the beginning. Don't feel guilty about the time you get to spend on your hobbies and family. This is what helps you recharge and have more energy to pour into your business strategy and vision. Also, it doesn't mean you're out of it forever. Many agency owners work out a happy medium according to how involved they want to stay. You can find a way to be relevant and just do the things you love without doing all the things -- that is called balance.  Want the Support of Amazing Digital Agency Owners? If you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to the Digital Agency Elite to learn all about our exclusive mastermind.