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How Riana can help you heal and transform you life to go on to create a life you desire and have the love you deserve. Riana is a Certified LIfe, Love, Trauma Recovery and mindset Coach and joins us today!Riana Milne, MA, CCTP, #1 Bestselling Author LMHC, LCADC, CAP, SAC, Cert. Mindset Coach Cert. Life & Love Coach; Childhood & Love Trauma Recovery Coach *2021 Award for 100 Successful Women in Business Globally*2020 Winner for Delray Beach Best Psychotherapist & Life Coach "Helping You to Create the Life You Desire & to Have the Love that You Deserve!"USA Ph: +01-201-281-7887 Coaching Websites: RianaMilne.com Social Media: Facebook - Coach Riana Milne LinkedIn YouTube Twitter eCommerce Store: TrifectaWorld.com Trifecta! Smart, Sexy, Successful & Winning at the Game of Life!Podcast: on iTunes - OR - Website: Lessons in Life & Love Podcast Rev. Riana Milne - CeremoniesbyRiana.com Over 23 Years of Creating & Officiating the Love Ceremony of Your DreamsBestselling Books:1) LOVE Beyond Your Dreams; Break Free of Toxic Relationships to Have the Love You Deserve #1 BESTSELLER! Amazon.com barnesandnoble.com 2) LIVE Beyond Your Dreams; From Fear and Doubt to Personal Power, Purpose, and Success Amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com 3) FREE eBook: Why 9 Out of 10 People Struggle in Life & Love; How to Have the Love You Deserve LINK4) Free eBook: Creating & Growing Your Coaching & Influencer Business: Visibility, Marketing, Strategy, Execution LINK 100 Most Successful Women Around the World 2021: The Success, Accomplishments & Challenges of Amazing Women (Award-winner/feature; Coming Soon on Amazon!)Song : Weekend Chill - MorningLightMusic | Free to use music
“A great member experience is going to be holistic and involve everyone.” - Taylor WellsThank you for tuning in to episode 32 of The CUInsight Network, with your host, Lauren Culp, Publisher & CEO of CUInsight.com. In The CUInsight Network, we take a deeper dive with the thought leaders who support the credit union community. We discuss issues and challenges facing credit unions and identify best practices to learn and grow together.My guest today is Taylor Wells, Experience Director at On the Mark Strategies. The core mission at On the Mark Strategies is to guide credit unions in their strategic planning, branding, and building their member experience so they can succeed. The team has many years of credit union experience and truly believes in helping credit unions thrive in a competitive environment. On The Mark Strategies differentiates itself through its core values, the three E's: Engage, Educate, Entertain. In this episode, Taylor discusses the significance of the member experience and how On The Mark Strategies can help credit unions create a customized, authentic, and consistent experience for both employees and members. Taylor shares the ways his team works with credit unions to understand and improve their member experience across multiple channels. He explains that the team starts with data collection and demographic work to understand the current state of the member experience and hosts multi-day workshops for the credit union team to recreate their ideal member experience. During our conversation, Taylor speaks to the disconnect between front and back-office employees and ways to generate buy-in from all levels of the organization. He also shares the effects hiring, growth, and retention can have on the member experience. Taylor recommends credit unions also look outside of the industry to bring in new talent, while not overlooking ways they can promote from within. To maximize ROI and brand impact, Taylor advises credit unions to align their community involvement and charitable donations with their brand values and target audiences. As we wrap up the conversation, Taylor calls out the importance of actionable strategic plans, organizational health, effective marketing, and more.Tune in to hear Taylor talk about his growing hat collection, his favorite Michael Jordan quote, and the book he recommends everyone read. Enjoy my conversation with Taylor Wells!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Connect with Taylor:Taylor Wells, Experience Director at On the Mark Strategiestaylor@markarnold.comhttps://www.markarnold.com LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
Great to catch up and reminisce about old times with Rugby League Legend Ruben Wiki.We talk about our early years in playing against each other for our childhood clubs, Ruben with Ōtāhuhu and myself with Wainuiomata and then together with the Junior Kiwis in 1992.He shares about signing with the Canberra Raiders and learning from some legends and immortals of the game like coach Tim Sheens and players Mal Meninga, Ricky Stuart, Laurie Daley, Bradley Clyde, Kevin and Steve Walters, Noa Nadruku, and many more. He speaks of his big brothers over there, Quentin Pongia and Johnny Lomax and how they looked after him and guided him when he was young. And how he had to stand up for himself to earn their respect.He reminisces about his decision to come home to the Warriors and want to give back to the young players in his home town. And how his leadership style had to change when he became the spokesman for the Māori and Pasifika players as they struggled with the cultural differences with the Australian-born members of the team.We discus Ruben's ‘Plan B', Wiki Workz Gym, that he started with his wife Santa, who's been alongside him right from the start!! He also tells us about going back to school to get his Diploma in Sports Rec this year.Ruben opens up about the struggles of COVID and how they had to find other work to keep things going during the lockdowns and how it affected his mental well-being. He's now creating workshops and programmes through the gym for the youth and adults in his South Auckland community. He also lets us in on how his childhood memories brought him to become an Ambassador for White Ribbon.An inspirational sharing of this legend's journey that started with the grind on the field and putting in the Mahi, what he had to do to get ahead and then using those same attributes in his working life and educating himself and others to continue to assist his family and his community.A truly inspiring listen!!Viktual+ Here to rebalance busy lives. We're passionate to share pure Māori and Pasifika ingredients for wellbeing and lifestyle support
As a child growing up in Harlem New York, LLoyd has had an unusual interest in all things “weird”, “strange” or “interesting” (Or did it have something to do with him being an Aquarius “7″?)Fascinated with the “other world”; the study of astrology and the related sciences, held his time and attention. Despite a background in sales, real estate, insurance, publishing and even music, he seemed to have been the happiest if he could figure a person's astrological and or numerical chart. After long and intensive years of studying and researching both astrology and numerology, LLoyd emerged as an Astro/Numerologist… perhaps the most renowned authority in this specialized field today!LLoyd has written numerous books, news/magazine columns and numerous articles on events of the time. He brings to the radio listener and TV viewer, insight and an informative approach to his very unique world.Appearing on national TV shows, such as “Oprah Winfrey”, “Geraldo”, Regis Philbin and Kathy Lee”, “The Montel Williams Show” and “Tony Brown's Journal”, etc., along with countless radio appearances across the country. LLoyd has always left the audience mesmerized. His refreshing and warm delivery to the subject of astro/numerology is upbeat, positive, sincere and amazingly on target.LLoyd, as an experienced radio and TV personality seems to have this impact on stations in every major market. Perhaps LLoyd, born, bred and breathing in New York City has something to do with it.“It's obvious he loves what he does”LLoyd's popular best seller, “Numbers and You”, a Ballantine Publication, is sold in bookstores around the globe. Purchase your copy today!"I look forward to speaking with Lloyd. He has a warm welcoming personality and he insightful. Everything he said made sense and it was true." --SiriusXM Caller: Andrea from TexasYou can contact Lloyd here:800-581-4401https://email@example.comYou can watch it here: https://youtu.be/cOZIuP5zjs0Like and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcJewelry provided by: Pretty Bling BoutiqueContact: Kimberly Putnam @ firstname.lastname@example.orgYou are Beautiful! You are worth it!Song : Weekend Chill - MorningLightMusic | Free to use music
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Damascus is a small town with a big claim to fame: Seven nationally known trails, including the Appalachian Trail and the Virginia Creeper Trail intersect within the town's borders. The Damascus lifestyle is adventurous and creative, yet laid-back and well-paced. It's a place where you can be super-active, or where you can reconnect with nature, rejuvenate, and find your inner peace. Damascus is also a gateway town to Mount Rogers, the highest point in the state of Virginia with a summit elevation of 5,729 feet, as well as nearby Whitetop Mountain, and Grayson Highlands State Park.In this episode I travel to Damascus and sit down with Beaty Jackson, Town Council Member, gear rep for several outdoor brands, and full-time Damascus resident. We talk about what makes this town so authentically special, and how Damascus has found ways to turn their trails and other outdoor recreation resources into a source of local pride and community revitalization. We also talk about the biggest event of the year in Damascus, the Appalachian Trail Days Festival - known locally as 'Trail Days' - where the town celebrates the Appalachian Trail and thru-hiker culture, and a massive reunion of thru-hikers past and present.Damascus is the type of place you have to experience, not just visit and leave…and each time I visit, the town reveals a little more of itself to me, and I leave with even more reasons to return. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEVisit DamascusTown of DamascusAppalachian Trail Days FestivalAppalachian Trail ConservancyMission: Empower visitors, volunteers, local businesses, and the regional economy by connecting people to the region's outdoor resources. Educate visitors and volunteers through exhibits, interpretation, and programming. Protect the A.T. Landscape by being a hub to learn about environmental stewardship.Damascus Trail CenterMount Rogers National Recreation AreaGrayson Highlands State ParkDestination by Design
Although we wish it were true, companies don't need VO produced 365 days a year. So what do you do when things are slow? Anne & Pilar have learned that the ebb and flow is all part of the biz. The amount of auditions you receive is not indicative of your worth, but it does feel good to be busy. Filling your time with classes, coaching, and market research during down time can prepare you for when the busy season comes again, but slow days can also be times to relax + restore your hard working voice, mind, and body like a true #VOBOSS. Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Pilar: Hola, BOSS Voces. Bienvenidos al podcast con Anne Ganguzza y Pilar Uribe. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and I am super excited to be back with special guest cohost Pilar Uribe. Hey Pilar. How are you today? Pilar: I am good, Anne, and it's, uh, it's a little slow today. Anne: Yeah. You know what? That happens in our industry. We have days where, gosh, every time I turn around, there's something else to do. And I love those days. They're crazy days. But then there are days when it's slow. Back in the early days, Pilar, I used to like question, oh my God is what's happening? Like, should I get out of the industry? Like I haven't heard from any of my clients. I didn't book any gigs today. So what do I even do? So that would be a good topic for discussion today. Pilar: It's funny because I think that voice actors tend to equate their worth with the amount of auditions they get, which has absolutely nothing to do with them. Anne: auditions and or jobs too. So don't forget about that. Right? 'Cause they're like, oh my God, it's been slow. I haven't, I didn't book anything. I didn't get any auditions. What am I doing wrong? Pilar: Exactly. And it generally, it has nothing to do with you. There are things that you can do of course, but just remember that it's not necessarily a reflection on your ability. It's just sometimes it's the wave of what the market is doing. Anne: Yeah. The wave of the market. Pilar: I mean, there, there have been so many waves when people didn't know what was happening. And so clients and companies are still trying to figure out where to put their advertising dollars, and then that's when you see, well, what's happening? Why isn't, why isn't this coming in? Anne: I know and then you immediately blame it on yourself. Pilar: Immediately. And that's so that's so unhealthy. Anne: Yeah. It's a good thing to remember. I tell people because we do our BOSS advertising, the BOSS Blast, and a lot of times it really comes down to like what you said about the market. It is so true. We are driven by the market, right? When the market needs voiceover, they buy, not that they're not going to completely not need voiceover any given day, but there are waves. And it's always good to remember that if you're getting auditions, or you're submitting to any particular clients, corporate clients, if you're doing your own marketing, a lot of times any one particular company doesn't need a voiceover necessarily every single day. They're advertising. I don't really know one company that's advertising every single day, like hiring a voice talent. Sure, they're advertising, but it might be print. It might be email. It might be social media. They may not always be hiring a voiceover talent every single day. So remember when you send that email or that advertisement or that email for your services, remember that not every company has a new commercial every day or has a new e-learning module to do today. And that has a lot to do with offers that may come by. It just may be a whole timing issue. Pilar: Yeah, exactly. And so when those days are slow -- Anne: What do we do? Pilar: What do we do, exactly. And so one of the things that you can do is look at the business of where you are in your voiceover career. Are you sending out emails? Are you -- Anne: What's your marketing plan? Pilar: What's your marketing plan? Are you being top of mind for certain people, without being a stalker, 'cause that's something that we have to be really aware of. If you've had a client that you worked with, let's say a year ago, and you haven't heard anything or you got a new demo and you can say, hey, I just did a spot and I have a new demo. There's certain things that you can do during the slow time, during the let's say holiday times or the winter or the summer months. I was just thinking about this one very specific, slow time of the year is let's say Christmas through New Year's -- Anne: Yup, yup. Pilar: -- because nobody's thinking about that. Everybody's dealing with their Christmas presents or their Hanukkah or whatever they're getting into. Anne: Well, the majority. Pilar: The majority, true. If you're not religious, that's fine too. Anne: Yeah. International clients might be working. So there is that. Pilar: Right. Anne: Yeah. But generally slower. Pilar: It's generally slower because people don't have that. They're getting together with their families. They're planning trips. They're not necessarily thinking about the office work, and it's also end of year. So everybody's wrapping up their financial business. Anne: Well, yeah, and anything that is needed for the new year, or to end the year for the holiday, for example, any holiday advertising, hopefully they've taken care of that months before. Right? And so during that end of the year, they're hopefully planning for what's happening, you know, in the beginning of the following year. Pilar: Right. But they're not concerned with, oh, I need to hire this. They're not necessarily as concerned as they would be let's say in a heavier year for that particular company, that particular business. So it's a great opportunity to sit there and look at your plans. Anne: Absolutely, absolutely. Look at where you are right now in your career and what can you do to grow? It's the most opportune time to market yourself or figure out, if you're not marketing yourself, how you can start or how you can market your better. Pilar: Exactly. So what can you do, let's say, in those slow months? Well, you can take a class, you can work on your craft. You can look at your emails from people you've done business with, people you want to do business with, do a little bit of research. Basically we are so lucky that we live in this day and age of the Internet, because all we have to do is Google a company and see what their practices are. You can see that the health and the range of a company you're going after, you know, XYZ company, say, well, what is it that they're, they're going after? What are their spots like? What are their radio spots like? What are their TV ads? What is their marketing push, and see what could be interesting for you, let's say if you're, if you're looking at a specific company. And then when you're looking at your own stuff, everyone has a different style. Some people are really organized. Some people are not. People have, you know, little tabs that they do. They have spreadsheets. Some people are fly by night. I'm a little bit of both. I like to make lists, but I'm not necessarily a spreadsheet kind of gal. So I'll sit there and look at -- I have a very specific list where I'll look at, you know, who have I heard from? Who have I not heard? Anne: I think it's a really good time to, if you don't have a CRM or if you either invest in a CRM or take a look at your list of clients that you do have. I have a couple of different CRMs that I work with, one of them specifically because I do a marketing program, the BOSS Blast for other clients. So I am looking at that CRM and finding out, when is the last time I contacted this person, if they're not on the list to get them on that list. And I love what you were talking about in terms of researching companies that you might want to try to reach out to and contact and investigate like what's their market like? What are their new products? What is their form of reaching out to potential clients? That's one of the things that I always tell my students to do is, hey, if you want to be aligned with a company, go check out their website, sign up for their mailing list. I know I'm like, I have so much email. This is why I have like 900,000 emails that are unread, but I sign up for a lot of company email lists so that I can find out how they are marketing. And this is part of my ongoing research anyway, to make sure that I'm current and relevant in the corporate realm of things, because I do a lot of corporate narration. But that also is a very good reference for commercials as well, because companies have products, and they advertise those products. So not just for corporate narrations but for commercials and basically all sorts of voiceover applications for researching companies and finding out who they're reaching out to. Maybe they're now reaching out to a younger demographic. So what does that mean for you? So keeping that research kind of at your fingertips can really help you for when you're auditioning starts picking back up or your jobs start picking back up because you're going to be really relevant and current with trends. And I think that that's so very important that you do that, especially if you're in the middle of your career, and you may not be actively coaching with anyone right now. It's something that I do almost on a daily basis. It's market research to find out what are the trends, what are, what's getting hired? How many people that I see posting on Facebook or that are just starting off that say they don't watch commercials. Oh my goodness, no. You have to watch commercials. That's like your homework. Pilar: Yeah. I think that that is just such a goldmine that people I don't think realize. And that's part of your homework. That's, as much as it is doing research on a company, it's being aware of like big events throughout the year. Anne: Sure. Pilar: Like the Olympics. Anne: Yeah. Cultural impact. Pilar: Like the Super Bowl. Like the Oscars, all those commercials that come on, inform us what the industries are interested in right now. Anne: And why am I watching the Super Bowl mostly this year? For the commercials? Pilar: Exactly. I don't want to downplay the, the actual Super Bowl -- Anne: Oh no, I'm not downplaying, but I -- look, if your team isn't in the Super Bowl, of course. Do you know what I mean? It's not, I'm not saying I'm not watching the Super Bowl for the Super Bowl, but I also, as much as I watch the Super Bowl for the Super Bowl, I watch it for the commercials. Pilar: Exactly. And it's so interesting when there's a big event going on, you're going to see the different patterns. Like for example, if you're watching the Olympics or any Olympics or any big event, whether it's the Emmys, or Country Music Awards -- Anne: Advertising changes, yeah. Pilar: -- they are focused. They have a very, very specific demographic that they're aiming for. So it's really key as a voiceover actor to see who are they aiming for and what is it that they want, and then contributing as part of that. Because if you don't put yourself in that whole part of the process, then you're missing out on a lot. So it's really important when you do have time to think of yourself as one of the cogs in the wheel that's getting this done as you are, you're planning your financial and your email marketing throughout the year. Anne: And speaking of spending time on yourself, right, while things are slow, you can absolutely take classes. There are so many wonderful opportunities out there for educating yourself and furthering your performance, furthering your, your business acumen, all types of classes that you can take, acting classes. You know, improv, we were just talking, we had a whole episode on improv, which was phenomenal. But yeah, doing something that can help you to really get your performance kicked up a notch so that you're ready for when those auditions do come around again. Pilar: Yeah. And even, even something as simple as yoga, tai chi, centering yourself, all of that is so important because that just adds, it just gives you colors and flavors. So when you go and you do an audition, it's basically like having your own proper tools to be able to stand in front of the booth when the time comes. Because for example, this has happened to me over and over again, where I'll get an audition the night before it's due the next day, you have to come up with this accent, or you have know about this product. And I'm like, I don't know about this product. So for me, like what you're doing in terms of looking at all those emails, all the marketing, seeing how these companies work, it basically for our general knowledge, it's always, it's always important to be sort of on the pulse of what's happening. Because when the time comes and you have that audition, you have to be able to just produce it, just like that, snap. So whatever it is, whether it's a new accent or it's a new product, or it's a new idea, and you're like, okay, what is this? So that, you know, you quickly have to Google, you want to be Googling and you want to be interested and looking at the world, because that's going to help you when you're sitting there by yourself, in the booth going, what is this? Anne: Oh, yes. Look at the, I like that. Look at while you're sitting there waiting, look at the world. That's such a cool concept though. Really, get out there and look at the world. And you know, what I really love too is if you're not watching television and listening to those commercials, right, which gives you a nice, I think, pulse on trends in voiceover coming up and as they are, you know, you can also go to a really great resource on the web, like YouTube or ispotTV is amazing if you want to go check out commercials. And you know what's interesting, really understanding and really listening. You know, how many times I've gone to, I spot and you listen to a commercial. You're like, okay, in my head, I hear it this way. But in reality, if you watch it, and I noticed that you had mentioned this before is to listen with no image, right? Don't look at it, but just listen to the voiceover. And I think that's a really, really great tip. I want you to just listen to the commercial and listen to the voiceover because there's so many times where we think we hear something, but yet when you really sit back and listen without any visual, without anything else that's disrupting your focus, you're going to be able to hear those nuances. And those nuances are so, so important. A lot of times with students, I'll be like, okay, go check out this YouTube. And I don't want you to watch it. I want you to just listen to the voice and how the notes are happening and the nuances and the emotion as this piece progresses. Listen to the nuances of the voice and how they are responding and telling the story and emoting and tugging at our heart strings. That I think is so, so important. That alone, if you spent a certain amount of time per day just doing that I think would really help your performance. Pilar: Yup. You would start knowing each company that advertises, they do have a signature. It's really subtle, but then you start learning what each company's signature is. And that's so important when you go into the booth because you know, when we go into the booth, we get a spot at 6:00, and everything's, it's always rushed. But if we take the time, when things are a little slower, and we're doing this on a daily basis -- again, I mean, I'm not saying spend all day watching TV, but you spend 10 minutes -- Anne: Consider it market research. Pilar: -- let's say a couple times a day in market research, it's for your own benefit. Anne: Sure. Pilar: Something that I, I really like doing, Anne, and I do this periodically is that I go over my old conference or class notes. How many times have you opened a book and go, oh yeah. I went to this class. Anne: That was a good class. I remember that. Yup. Pilar: Do I remember anything about it? No, probably not. But when I go and I look at my notes, I go, oh yeah, that, they made a really good point. That's really important. And I think that it's so important generally when you take a class, whatever it is. And let's say you write notes, go look at your notes immediately after you've taken the class, and then look at them again one week later. Because here's the thing about learning. You know, this, 'cause you have been an educator for such a long time. The very first time we get something or we hear it, we may not necessarily get it fully. Anne: Yeah. Get 100% of it. Yep. Pilar: So to maybe see it again, we need to -- Anne: Go back, review. Pilar: -- read it again. We need to explain it to somebody because that's when it really sinks in. Anne: Sure, if you have to teach -- that's so funny that you mentioned that because one of the things that I used to do when I was a teacher in front of the class was we would have project days where the students would propose to me something that they wanted to do for their grade, like a project. And so a lot of times I would say, all right, if you want to learn this, then I want you to teach it to me, teach it back to me. So that's a really great tip there is to go back and review because you'll, you'll get all those nuances that you might've missed the first time. It's like watching a great movie, right? When you watch it a second, third, fourth time, you get all the other nuances that you miss the first time. And that I think is a great analogy to reviewing your notes. And even if you have a recording of the session, I get a lot of conferences where I get the recordings, which I can look at later. Now how many times have you ordered a course online and then you forgot about it. Right? I actually have multiple courses. I actually have a bookmark of places to go where I've bought courses that I need to go and take, or I need to go back and listen again. And so I'm going to say probably that's going to be one of the biggest, best tips that we can give, because I know it's not just me that's kind of addicted once in a while of I want to learn this, let me buy this course. And then I promptly make a log-in, a password, and then I forgot about it until three months later. And then I'm like, oh wait, I bought that course. Let me go and actually take it. So that's a perfect thing to do when things are slow, make sure you have a place -- you know, I just have a bookmark of, of courses. And so it just reminds me to go back and revisit those courses again and again, and get my money's worth. Pilar: And get your money's worth, but also for me, it's always about how can I use it in the booth because it's that moment -- you know, VO BOSSes, I know you faced this. You're sitting in your booth and you're going, I don't know how to relate to this copy, or I'm tired. I want to go to bed. I'm falling asleep, but you have to push through because it's due at a certain hour. So it's, it's basically having those tools. And that's why it's so important to listen over and over to these things again, because they're all there to help you give your best performance in the booth, whether you're auditioning or whether you're working, we talk a lot about auditioning, but then you get the job, then what you do? So you, you have to be able to have all those tools at your disposal. So having that downtime enables us to be able to kind of just sort of hone them. It's kind of like, you know, filing your nails. Anne: You know what's so interesting too? You know what else you can do in your downtime? Pilar: Yeah? Anne: You can actually like take some downtime. Pilar: This is very true. Anne: That is actually going to -- like for me, like I'm working, working, working, working, working, and then all of a sudden, whoa. Now what? Actually, like, I don't know, take a nap, go play with your fur babies, watch a great movie. I always love to watch good movies to get inspired, listen to great commercials, that sort of thing. I watch the Dodo videos, which are all about animals, you know, being saved and helped and goodness with animals. And that always just gets me emotionally, and it makes me happy. And believe it or not, that helps my performance in the booth. So yeah, take some actual time for yourself as well, because it's important for you to refresh. Whatever, whatever it takes for you to feel good, go for a run, get on the treadmill, go floating, so many things, right, that can really just help you refresh and be -- live in the moment. You know, spend time with your family, go on a vacation. Pilar: And also it's knowing that slow time is not a reflection on your performance or your ability or anything, any of that. Anne: Right. Unless that slow time is extended like for six months or so. I mean, you, you want to make sure that that slow time -- but you know, I'll tell you what, a few days here and there a week, you know, it's, it's very, very common. So I remember those first in my career, first of all, if you can stick out your career, right, and you're in it for the long haul, you'll start to learn that these ebbs and flows are normal, and you'll get more used to them. You'll get better at, I think, working through them. But in the beginning, guys, it's okay. It happens. I know so many people that will come to me, like, I don't know, what am I doing wrong? It's just slow. And I'm like, well, you know, it's been a little bit slow. So, you know, give yourself some grace, right? And in the meantime, here's what you can do. The first thing is always educate, educate, educate, right? Educate yourself. Either build a CRM, educate yourself about your clients, educate yourself about the market, what's trending, take a class. Right? All of the things that we've already talked about, work on your marketing that can help you to educate and grow. It's just the best thing that you can do, whatever you can do to grow. Even if that means taking some time off, right? To relax and get your mental health back because it's so delicate, I think, in the beginning for people who are not used to this industry, right? It's very much a mental game, very much a mental game of confidence. And you need to know that it's okay, that you will have slow days, and you need to be able to do what you can to push through them, to build up your confidence, to build up your performance, do whatever you can to grow, grow, grow. And don't let it, you know, don't let the mind start to play tricks on you. Pilar: Something, I think that's also really important is reaching out for help. Anne: Oh yeah. Pilar: Because for years I didn't have a voice over agent in Miami. I just basically found the jobs by myself. I had an on-camera agent, but I didn't have a voiceover agent. So when I came to Los Angeles, I got a voiceover agent really quickly. And then I noticed that I, I worked and worked and worked on my auditions, and I started thinking, oh my gosh, what's, what's wrong? So I actually reached out to my agents and I said, okay, I'm not booking, what do I do? Anne: What a great idea. Pilar: And so they were so helpful, and they each had just one or two lines. I mean, you know, they're so busy. It's not like they have a whole bunch of time, but they suggested I get with a few coaches. I had actually gone to one or two that they mentioned, but then I went to some others. They had some really good, it's very short sentences of critiques. And I just took that. And I was like, okay, great. And I'm going to work on it. Anne: Yeah, I love that. Pilar: And I worked on it. Anne: I love that you reached out to your agents. I think people tend to forget that it is a two-way street. You guys are partners. And you know, I think it's wonderful. If your agent can take a moment and give you feedback. And I think any good agent will do that to help you, because you guys are partners. I mean, you help them make money. They help promote you. So I think that it's, it's important that you do reach out for help. And you know what, reach out for help from your peers too. I think peer groups can really help when things get tough -- Pilar: People that you trust, people that you trust. Anne: People that you trust, and when you get down on yourself or maybe you're, you're lacking confidence, a group like that can help. It's one of the reasons why I put together the VO Peeps group so long ago. We were also isolated and it was to have a community which we could lift each other up. And I think that that is, that is absolutely important, when things get slow and you start silently going, oh my God, do I even belong in this industry? That's time to reach out, you know, reach out to your community, reach out for help. We're all here for you. BOSSes. We're here for you. So you can always reach out and come to us for encouragement, confidence to lift each other up. Pilar: And if you don't see something like that in your community, go ahead and start one. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: Because for example, I, I, one day I just kind of lucked into this play reading class. They read new plays. It's every couple of weeks. And I go and I read. They give me a role and I read. Is there any monetary gain? No. Do I get a lot out of it? I get to read out loud. That's just priceless. I'm going to start another new reading accountability class. Anne: Yeah. I love that. I love that. Pilar: Just to read. D Anne: Don't let your auditions be your practice ground. Do you know what I mean? Pilar: Yes, yes. Anne: Like I think that, you -- remember, your auditions or your work so glad you brought that up because you know, like I tell my students every day -- I give them enough homework, you know, I just like, I don't want you to be bored ever. You need to do something every single day that is voiceover related, and you need to practice. I think if you're at a certain level, it's wonderful to have that support of the community and to be able to work out and perform in front of each other. Be careful because depending on the group, you want to make sure you have somebody that has some experience in there that can give you some critique that is valuable to you. I think if there's a ton of, you know, maybe beginners in the peer group, it may not be as effective as it could be with somebody that has some experience in casting or directing. But it is so very valuable for you to practice that read every day. And don't let that be on your auditions. Really. Pilar: Yes. Anne: If you can spend 20 minutes a day just reading scripts, I think that that really, really helps, and also working out, it's another, again, another reason why I have VO Peeps, and we have workouts every month. We have a couple of different workouts every month. It's just so, so valuable to keeping those, those skills honed, and you know, and in check. So. Pilar: And I will give a tip that I think is probably the most important tip that I will give. If you have a cat, you can read to him. Anne: I love it. I love it. Yes. You can read to your fur babies. And your babies. Pilar: I just did that last night. I'm preparing a monologue for an audition. And I was like, you know what? He's right there. What the heck, why not? Anne: They're our biggest supporters. Pilar: They are. Anne: What a great conversation, Pilar. Great tips. Thank you so much. I'm excited. So remember guys, when things are slow, they don't have to be slow. You've got a lot of, you've got a lot of stuff to do. There's a lot of alternatives here. Pilar: You have a lot of homework. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: That's important. Anne: There you go. So I would like to give a great, big shout-out to our sponsor, 100 Voices Who Care. This is a unique chance, guys, for you to use your voice and make a difference and give back to the communities that give to you. You can visit 100voiceswhocare.org to find out more. Also love to give a great, big shout-out to our long-time sponsor, ipDTL. You too can connect, and network like BOSSes like Pilar and I. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing week. We'll see you next week. Pilar: I'm so glad we had this time together. Anne: Good bye, goodbye. Pilar: Goodbye. Anne: Bye, guys. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voboss.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
Our guest EJ Long is a Coast Guard Veteran who has Bachelors of Science in Finance from Penn State University. (Go State!!) He is the president and founder of Long financial group. Long Financial manages over $350 million in client assets. Will "While I have this opportunity, I just want to take a moment and honor my friend. EJ you have been an incredible friend to me. I've watched you climb to the top of the financial advisory world with grace and goodness I need to tell our audience that EJ personifies boldness, fearlessness, kindness and generosity and has helped me change my world view to emulate and adopt more of his character. You have been a true inspiration and influence. So EJ thank you for being my friend all these years for the person that you are, for sponsoring MTM and being part of our show today helping our audience understand how to alleviate our financial stress." If YOU need help sorting out your finances and creating wealth EJ Long and his team at Long Financial are the people you should be working with. Head to Longfg.com to get started. Check out MTM YouTube Channel: MTM YouTube Announcements: Hello everyone… first off, if you're enjoying the show… share it with friends, family, and colleagues! Give us a review… check us out on YouTube too! We just added a new trailer on there, very thankful to Rich Harris for putting this amazing trailer and our new intro and outro together, the intro you just heard… that's Rich's work and his voice! So excited about that! Also, we once again have teamed up with our friends at MovementRX to bring you the Mindfulness and Movement or M2 Experience. The M2 Experience is specifically designed to SHOW you the UNSEEN habits you have developed, PLUS give you the tools to improve how your mind and body feel. This next cohort kicks off May 18th and this is the last time you can get it at this price! Check it out at movement-rx.com/mtm (mtm is lowercase!) Timestamps: 00:00 Check out our new intro! 01:00 Alleviating Financial Stress with EJ Long 05:00 Introducing EJ Long 06:30 Jon leads Opening Grounding Practice (~2 min) 09:00 Your greatest finance is yourself 12:00 EJ's Story 14:00 How do you foster such close relationships with your customers? 19:00 What is the goal of a financial advisor? 23:30 Where does someone start? 29:30 How does someone increase their financial literacy? 33:00 What advice would you give your younger self? 36:00 Saving for your kid's college fund… or not 44:00 How do we plan for Retirement and End-of-Life? 51:30 How do men get in their own way in terms of finances? 57:00 Educate your kids early on finances 59:00 Will leads Closing Practice (~1 min) Our Hosts: Will is excited to teach you how to develop self-mastery. From teaching and practicing for the last 19 years, he feels it's a joy to work with long-time practitioners and students that have never tried these practices before or have only dabbled. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Jon is a Navy veteran turned mindfulness and meditation teacher. Since ending his 24-year military career in June 2020, Jon is now dedicated to spreading the practices of meditation and mindfulness to help others live happier and more fulfilling lives. Email: email@example.com Intro, outro, and trailer created and produced by Rich Harris: https://www.linkedin.com/in/47project/
With over 200 credits to her name, Ms. Wallace is a true tour de force in the industry, working with countless producers and directors and some of Hollywood biggest names, including Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, Wes Craven, Joe Dante, Lewis Teague, Stephen King, Blake Edwards and Rob Zombie. Her many film credits include "The Hills Have Eyes," "The Howling," "Cujo," "Secret Admirer," "The Frighteners," "10" and of course, her role as Mary in Steven Spielberg "E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial." She has also appeared in 5 television series, and 400 commercials. Films released in 2019 include Rob Zombie "3 From Hell," and "Critters Attack," a re-boot of the 1986 classic horror film. Dee has upcoming projects coming out and she shares that with us and we also discuss things on a spiritual realm and more...You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/ZBjNcN89UuMYou can connect with Dee Wallace here:Conscious Creationhttps://iamdeewallace.com/You can listen to it on any podcast platform @wake up with KCLike and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcSong : Weekend Chill - MorningLightMusic | Free to use music
Going through her own journey of healing from the past Kandy embarked on a way of practice to help others by educating, and enlightening them that all of the pain that we have felt and live through is for our good. In facing the pain of our past, that we find our greatest strengths, and greatest lessons, to aid in creating a life of purpose, passion, and success. Now she can help you breat toxic patterns and create a new best version of you and transform your life to live your best life now! You can reach out to Kandy at https://www.beyondbeliefhealings.com and https://www.asyouthinkyouare.comand instagram: @iam_asyouthinkyouareYou can watch it here: https://youtu.be/iR8HpUMFdoc Like and subscribeSong : Weekend Chill - MorningLightMusic | Free to use music
Genesis Amaris Kemp is the glue of her family, the baby of five siblings, she grew up in Houston, has lived there her whole life, and shines her light bright for so many! Why do the good people have to die young? How can we go to work when our loved ones are sick and need us? How do we navigate home health and the vocabulary? What are some mental health hacks we can use to be resilient? Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Genesis Amaris Kemp is the host of the Top Rated GEMS podcast, best selling author of “Chocolate Drop In Corporate America- From Pit to Palace,” a visionary life coach, and a motivational speaker. A Firecracker and “Mindset Hacker” a force to be reckoned with. Genesis is a woman that empower others to speak up for themselves. Yes, it may be challenging; yes, it may hurt. But in the long run, she desires to encourage others to help those who may not have a voice. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. We all have been given an excellent purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live victoriously! She is multifaceted and multidimensional that cannot be contained in a box or compartmentalized. During the pandemic she's experienced job loss, the loss of her dad, two grandmas, and has worked on her relationship with Gd! Her podcast discusses real topics with real people. She cuts through the fluff and showcases authenticity since we live in a world where everything needs to be prim and proper from filters to audio tune, etc. She's on a mission to Educate, Inspire, and Motivate others since we ALL have powerful stories to share to continue to make an impact. Today we are talking about the oil and gas industry, diversity and inclusion, and how to navigate healthcare. Connect with Genesis https://genesisamariskemp.net/ Connect with Reena https://linktr.ee/bettercalldaddy https://youtube.com/c/BetterCallDaddy linkedin.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts twitter.com/reenareena instagram.com/reenafriedmanwatts Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe and leave us a review podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy
Let's talk all about the essential macronutrient, fat! We talk about how to incorporate more anti-inflammatory fats so you can optimize your training and performance. In our last episode (tap here to listen), we went over the macronutrient PROTEIN. This is part three of a three-part series where it's all about education. Part one, CARBS, is linked here! I want to EDUCATE you so that you can feel EMPOWERED around food and CONFIDENT in your ability to FUEL yourself so you can PERFORM. Got questions about fat? Message me on Instagram! Tap to connect! Useful Resources: Instagram: Tap to connect! Essential Marathon Nutrition Course: Tap for the full course! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Our inspiring and impactful speaker today will show you how to look at life a bit differently. After successfully overcomingnumerous life hardships that almost crushed her, she noticed one common theme… we are only one decision away froma totally different life. She is the author of Words of Wisdom: What you need to know on the road of your life's journey,and shares her Aha Moments on YouTube and Facebook. She is passionate about helping people reimagine theirdecisions so they can find their voice, change their story and become their own hero.Amy Fuentes is an intriguingly thought-provoking speaker, author, entrepreneur, and inventor who inspires others byshowing them how to look at life a bit differently. As a result of the hardships she encountered and overcame throughoutlife, she noticed one common theme… we are only one decision away from a totally different life.Compelled to help people successfully navigate their lives, she now shares her insights and Aha Moments in her bookWords of Wisdom: What you need to know on the road of your life's journey as well as on YouTube and Facebook;inspiring others to reimagine their decisions so they can find their voices, change their stories, and become their ownheros.Amy lives in Northern Virginia with her husband of 30 years. She enjoys traveling and spending time volunteering with hertherapy dog, Duncan bringing joy to those in her community.Connect with Amy on:https://www.instagram.com/theamyfuentes/https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyfuentes/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7nk2ernXbC7rXGO4-xesqQ/videoshttps://www.facebook.com/amy.fuentes.9250/https://www.theamyfuentes.com/Bookshttps://bit.ly/WordsOfWisdomBookhttps://www.lilolacoaching.com/allowance-advantage/You can watch it here: Like and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcWebsite: https://www.wakeupwithkc.com/Jewelry provided by: Pretty Bling Boutiquehttps://www.facebook.com/prettyblingboutique/Logo created by: Eden Fritz AguiarProducer & Marketing Dir, Clovercrest MediaOpener created by: Zachary LaPlantCMG | Social Media Manager| Chief Video Editor Music is provided by: Just The Way It IsAdrian WaltherSX7PA8K4SYANWVLZ#awaken, #Educate, #learn, #evolve, #transform, #become, #new, #history, #science, #spirituality, #coaching, #Freedom, #Sexuality, #transgender,#crossdresser, #mindfulness, #consciousness, #inspired, #ancienthistory, #mindset, #limitedbeliefs,#wisdom,#teaching
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Today, we're looking at a huge problem in education: teacher shortages. Across the US, schools are struggling to fill teaching roles. Large numbers of teachers are quitting after only a short time on the job, and 9 out of 10 teachers hired are replacing a teacher who has left the profession. The high turnover means more classrooms are run by beginner teachers, substitute teachers, emergency teachers and teachers from new, for-profit teacher training companies. This story is an excerpt from the four-part series, “Who Wants to Be a Teacher” from the Educate podcast at APM Reports. To listen to the full series visit the Who Want to Be a Teacher project page: https://www.apmreports.org/episode/2021/07/28/who-wants-to-be-a-teacher
Everyone experiences their own set of issues, and while they're not all related to finances, eliminating financial issues can provide more clarity in other areas of your life. No one knows this better than our guest today, Elke Rubach. Elke is a sought-after speaker on wealth management, estate planning, and philanthropy, as well as the founder of Rubach Wealth. In this episode, she will be sharing her practice's unique holistic approach to helping her clients with their needs. Listen in as she explains the importance of having financial independence as soon as you can and the benefit of educating yourself about your own finances. You will learn why being curious when it comes to finances is key, why women should not be fearful to learn about their finances, and why you should never be afraid to ask for clarification from your financial advisor. “I truly believe that everybody has the opportunity and a chance to improve their financial situation with the right advice, the right team, and discipline.” - Elke Rubach This Week on Young Money: What a day in the life of Elke entails. How everyone can leave a legacy. The importance of understanding your own finances. Why Elke believes everyone should be financially independent. Why doing your research on who you hire for financial advice is crucial. What you should do to get started in your financial journey. How to normalize the topic of finances. Why you should never be afraid to ask questions. Key takeaways: Educate yourself. Practice discipline. Create a budget. Embrace change. Be curious. Ask questions. Resources Mentioned: Tracey Bissett - The Money Coach for Entrepreneurs YouTube Channel Elke Rubach: LinkedIn Rubach Wealth: Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Website EP059 What is insurance and Why do I Need it with Deborah Williams EP131 Adulting 101: Why You Need a Will and Powers of Attorney with Erin Bury EP144 Adulting 101: Insurance for Young Professionals with David Boldovitch Rate, Share & Inspire Other Young Millionaires-in-the-Making Thanks for tuning into the Young Money Podcast - the advice show for young millionaires-in-the-making! If you enjoyed this week's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a rating and review. Visit our website to learn how easy it is to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes on social media! Follow the Young Money Podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode and reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn Company Page, or by visiting our website.
Dennis Berry is a Life Mastery Coach and has been working with people worldwide for over 15 years. With modern technology, he can work with anybody anywhere via Zoom.He has been sober since April 8, 2003 during which time he became a successful businessman, athlete, and family man. His journey in recovery helped him find his mission in life, which is to help others achieve inner peace and success, and master every area of their lives.Dennis knows what it is like to be helpless and hopeless with no positive direction. He was able to climb out of the gutter and transform his life and he spends his life helping others do the same.If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired and you are ready to make changes in your life, book your first FREE consultation today! You will see some light at the end of the tunnel.You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/D95Ukt8Z4XIYou can contact Dennis here: Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/DennisBerryFunkyBrainAnd, website: https://dennisberry.com/Listen to this interview on any podcast platform: @wakeupwithkcLike and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcWebsite: https://www.wakeupwithkc.com/Jewelry provided by: Pretty Bling Boutiquehttps://www.facebook.com/prettyblingboutique/Logo created by: Eden Fritz AguiarProducer & Marketing Dir, Clovercrest MediaOpener created by: Zachary LaPlantCMG | Social Media Manager| Chief Video Editor Music is provided by: Just The Way It IsAdrian WaltherSX7PA8K4SYANWVLZ#awaken, #Educate, #learn, #evolve, #transform, #become, #new, #history, #science, #spirituality, #coaching, #Freedom, #Sexuality, #transgender,#crossdresser, #mindfulness, #consciousness, #inspired, #ancienthistory, #mindset, #limitedbeliefs
CesarRespino.com brings to you Ash Hoey to You Can Overcome Anything! Podcast Show.Ash is an entrepreneur who recently founded & sold his second tech startup. He completed a successful exit to an ASX-listed HR-tech company. Post acquisition, he has continued to obtain further corporate experience at private & public companies. Ash is in the process of completing his Masters of Business Administration (MBA). Ash is a lover of sports who previously played basketball at a national level in his late teens, but was forced to give up the hoops due to injury.To Connect with Ash go to:Stadio.GlobalTo Connect with CesarRespino go to:
Tune in 5/2/22 at 6:30am EST to hear my thoughts surrounding MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE on The Doctor Whisperer Show! May is Mental Health Awareness month and this episode is dedicated to spreading awareness about the importance of speaking about mental health at work, We can make a great impact with our employees when leaders are provided with the resources to share with our staff that may be struggling. ▪︎ ▪︎ ▪︎ Mental Health in the Workplace All members of a workplace share the burden of depression and anxiety, it's a vicious cycle. Change starts with leaders, managers and HR professionals recognizing the inner conflict many talented people feel, and doing something about it. When people get the space and the support they need, it can change their careers, and their lives. Mental illness is a challenge, but it is not a weakness. When we acknowledge our mental health, we get to know ourselves better, and are more authentic people, employees, and leaders. Authenticity at work leads to better performance, engagement, employee retention and overall wellbeing. Less than one third of people with mental illness get the treatment they need, and this comes at a cost. Failure to acknowledge an employee's mental health can hurt productivity, professional relationships, and the bottom line. What needs to change? Professional support needs to get better. We need to have the option to ask for help, and feel safe doing so. We need more flexibility, sensitivity, and open- mindedness from employers. The same treatment and attention they'd give to a broken bone or maternity leave. What can you do? Educate employees about mental health issues, encourage them to seek help if they need it, and be a support to colleagues who might be struggling with mental illness or addiction. o Ask the right (direct) questions o Offer resources (NAMI, Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, Recovery programs (FREE), EAP (employee assistance program) ▪︎ ▪︎ ▪︎ As always, thank you to our incredible sponsor, TieTechnology, for sponsoring the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedoctorwhisperer/message
Dehydration: Dental Hygienists are Positioned to Educate on Drinking More Water By Dabney Vaccaro, BS, RDH, HC Original article published on Today's RDH: https://www.todaysrdh.com/dehydration-dental-hygienists-are-positioned-to-educate-on-drinking-more-water/ This audio article is sponsored by LISTERINE®. Check out the exciting new research that shows LISTERINE® Antiseptic is 4.6x more effective than floss for sustained plaque reduction above the gumline*1. Learn more at https://rdh.tv/attackplaque Need CE? Start earning CE credits today at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/ *Flossing by a dental hygienist. Sustained plaque reduction after dental prophylaxis 1. Reference: Bosma ML, McGuire JA, Sunkara A, Sullivan P, Yoder A, Milleman J, Milleman K. Efficacy of professional flossing, supervised flossing and mouth rinsing regimens on plaque and gingivitis: a 12-week, randomized clinical trial. Accepted manuscript. J Dent Hyg.
Christopher Donlon, Senior Manager of Digital and Print Production at Kohler Co., Bobbi Francis, Supervisor of the Print Document Processing Center at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, and Walter Ryan, Print Shop Foreman for the City of Bangor, talk about their work, dedication to IPMA and the inplant community, and how the upcoming conference will deliver on 'Inspire, Educate, Grow'. Mentioned in Today's Episode: IPMA: https://ipma.org/ Christopher Donlon: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-donlon-cgcm-ms-lod-60824a12/ Kohler Co.: https://www.kohlercompany.com/ Bobbi Francis: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbi-francis-0279aa55/ Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbi-francis-0279aa55/ Walter Ryan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/walter-ryan-33611313/ City of Bangor: https://www.bangormaine.gov/ Deborah Corn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahcorn Print Media Centr: https://printmediacentr.com
Talking Beards is chatting with the legendary Chad Roberts on the show! We talked to Chad all about the Mid-Atlantic Beard & Stache Championships going on this weekend. This event is going to be held in Richmond, Virginia on Saturday April 24th at the Canal Club. This year, the club decided to help the charity Shine for Scott- www.shineforscott.org SHINE FOR SCOTT was founded in late 2010 following the death of the organization's namesake, Scott Walden. Scott passed away from colon cancer on June 3, 2010, eighteen months after his initial diagnosis. He was just 40 years old. Today, in Scott's honor, Shine For Scott is here to: provide financial SUPPORT to patients; EDUCATE the public; help individuals DETECT colon cancer through life saving screenings; and one day, CURE colorectal cancer by funding top of the line and progressive research. Chad Roberts https://www.facebook.com/carobe RVA Beard League https://www.facebook.com/RVABeardLeague Mid-Atlantic Beard & 'Stache Championships https://fb.me/e/4Bob8CN2I Shine for Scott https://www.facebook.com/ShineForScot... Talking Beards website www.talkingbeards.com The Beard Calendar https://thebeardcalendar.com/ Please check out our friends at Honest Amish and try one of the best selling beard brands available!!! Honest Amish- use promo code "talkingbeards" to save 15% https://www.honestamish.com Grooming Emporium https://www.thegroomingemporium.org/ SUBSCRIBE to the Talking Beards podcast by going to- www.thebeardcaster.com/subscribe Talking Beards Store https://teespring.com/…/talking-beards-3 BS Buttons Beard Bulletin Board- let us know about something you want to promote https://www.facebook.com/groups/40708... BS Buttons on Facebook-order your buttons through this link- https://www.facebook.com/groups/87239... Aaron D. Johnston- Aaron D Johnston- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aaron.d.john... Aaron D. Johnston-Instagram https://www.instagram.com/aarondjohnston Scott Sykora Scott Sykora- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/scottsykora Scott Sykora- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/scottsykora/ Check out our other great shows on Talking Beards-The Network www.talkingbeards.com/the-network Talking Beards is available of the KPNL Network-go check out other various “strange” shows- KPNL RADIO http://www.kpnl-db.com/ THE NEW HOME OF THE TALKING BEARDS NETWORK https://www.youtube.com/c/TalkingBear...
EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: [01:09] Make the painter the last trade in your program [02:17] Start your landscaping early in your project [03:35] You will need to clean your property several times [5:14] Give yourself enough time to enjoy the renovation process [06:04 ] Good lists will help you to delegate tasks [07:04] The two main ways of doing styling [10:00] Brief your photographer to highlight your wow features [10:39] Maximize the Street appeals [10:51] Educate your real estate agent [12:54] Set the opens at a time when the property looks its best [14:33] Prepare a handover manual [15:08] Get support to manage your emotions Resources Kmart https://www.kmart.com.au Temple and Webster https://www.templeandwebster.com.au Women in Renovating Workshop www.theschoolofrenovating.com/womeninrenovating Connect with The School of Renovating ASK BERNADETTE https://www.theschoolofrenovating.com/podcasts-page Subscribe to She Renovates Apple Podcast https://apple.co/3faoWlT Subscribe to Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSchoolOfRenovating Follow on Twitter https://twitter.com/renovatingsc Follow on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/the_school_of_renovating Follow on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernadette-janson-3411652b
How to Educate Your Children in the 21st Century by Clynie HugginsEducation can be defined as the act or process of acquiring knowledge to develop understanding, reasoning, and judging to be used in any area. Education can be perceived as a life line to quality life. This means that education should be effective, efficient, adequate and powerful. Education can be viewed as the key to success. If success depends upon education, then we as parents want the highest quality of education for our children. We as educators and parents should lead and guide our children effectively in the twenty first century in order to meet the changes and challenges in our schools, communities, and this society.The author, Clynie Huggins was reared in a small rural community in Wharton, TX. She received her education in public schools in this small rural town. Her favorite hobbies were reading, writing, sewing and playing the piano. Of course, she didn't realize then, that she would become a teacher. At night when everything was quiet Clynie would get her comprehension book and write about the things that happened during the day, starting with the morning and ending at night. On the week-ends, she would visit her grandparents and they would always have interesting stories to tell of their childhood. Clynie would listen and take notes and add these notes to her comprehension book. These notes became real stories. Clynie begin to dream of helping others with her talents of reading and writing. So when she graduated from high school, she moved to Houston, TX. and began her career by enrolling in college in Home Economics. She graduated with a Bachelor of Degree in Home Economics and became a substitute teacher. She chose elementary schools to teach in. Clynie enjoyed teaching in elementary schools. This inspired her to get a second Bachelor of Degree in Elementary Education, where she became a full time teacher. Clynie also holds a Master of Degree in Administration Education. She enjoyed helping kids to learn and work toward building a strong foundation in education that would carry and support them through elementary, middle, high school and college. During Clynie's career of teaching, she taught in grades preschool through sixth grades. She spent most of her years teaching in second and third grades. Clynie felt that helping these students to master the skills in these grade levels were of great significance and played an important part in building a strong and efficient foundation in their education. Clynie loved teaching and helping kids to reach their greatest potential in education. Clynie's career as a teacher in Elementary Education lasted for 37 years. After retirement, Clynie's goals are to continue helping parents and their children in education through her public speaking and writing of educational books. Clynie wants to help parents learn and become knowledgeable of how to help educate their children in the 20th Century. Clynie is married and has three adult children and four grandchildren. The youngest grandchild is a five year old boy, whom Clynie helped to parent for three years. This experience enhanced her parenting skills and made her more knowledgeable in child development. Clynie is dedicating her book, How to Educate Your Children in the 20th. Century, to her family and friends and a special dedication to her five year old grandson whom, Clynie helped to parent for three years. Clynie is also dedicating her book to her non-profit foundation, www.clyniehugginsfoundation.org. CHF. This organization was founded and developed by Clynie in order to help children who are in need of mentoring and counseling. One of the goals of this organization is to empower and help our youth to establish their potential in life and work hard at making their dreams come true.https://www.amazon.com/dp/1955691320/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_CNJDV4HGJSB85M0823GA http://www.InfusedMedia.Cohttp://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/chugginsinf.mp3
Let's talk about you. How are you doing with managing your stress? Right now, world events bring a lot of anxiety and stress, and we are still recovering from the COVID pandemic and its impact on our businesses. In addition, I from hear from many of you that hiring continues to be a challenge and that you are doing everything you can with a “lean and mighty” team. It is important to do a check-in with yourself and your team, especially regarding burnout. Join me for a closer look at burnout, energy gainers and drainers, and why knowing your team members' strengths might be the answer to preventing burnout in A-players. Profit by Design is a Tap the Potential Production in collaboration with Small Business Consulting Group. Show Highlights: Check-in questions to ask yourself, the chief A-player in your business: Does your mood fluctuate based on how the business is doing? In the last three days, have you neglected any basic needs, such as sleep, healthy eating, or social interaction—because of work? Are you finding it hard to switch off and NOT think about the business? Do you feel that no one understands you and the stressors you're experiencing? Why you need to take our FREE Better Business, Better Life Assessment if you've never taken it, or feel free to take it again if it's been more than a few months What we have found in the correlation between a higher number of systems and a lower risk for burnout How to identify your energy “gainers” and “drainers”---and what you can do about them! Why burnout is the downside to having a team of A-players (and how to spot the symptoms!) How to help your A-players fight against burnout by teaching them to delegate lower-value tasks to others and making sure they know how to say NO Tips for supporting your A-players and preventing burnout: Educate them about what burnout is, and give them permission to talk about it. Help them shift responsibilities off their plate and maintain good boundaries about work time. Talk to them about energy gainers and drainers, and encourage them to focus daily on energy gainers. Find out what they don't enjoy doing that someone else might like to do. How having your team members work from their strengths helps prevent burnout AND increase productivity (There are tools to help!) Links and Resources: Learn more about the next How to Hire the Best course. It starts on April 7! New! Now Available!! The 4 Week Vacation book with bonuses! Download Dr. Sabrina's Introductory Training: How to Make Your Time Worth $10,000 an Hour Join Dr. Sabrina in our Entrepreneurs Take Your Live Back! Community
Brett Hill is a Somatic Mindfulness and Communications Coach who created The Language of Mindfulness®, soon to be a book, training, and TEDx talk (2022). He hosts the host of the Language of Mindfulness and Organizational Mindfulness podcast and co-founder of the The Future is Mindful virtual conference on the future of work. Brett is also a published technologist with two Microsoft Press books, having worked as a technical storyteller and international speaker for Microsoft and others. Microsoft named him as a “Most Valuable Professional” for 9 years. But his real passion has been studying and teaching interpersonal communication, meditation, depth psychology and mindfulness. He graduated with a degree in interpersonal communication and moved on to study mindfulness-based somatic psychology and mindful group leadership. He established the Quest institute meditation center in Dallas. All of this combined with his speaking and teaching experience, has led him to create the Language of Mindfulness - so we can have all amazing, connected conversations, every day.https://www.languageofmindfulness.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/brett-with-signature.png Language of Mindfulness website : https://languageofmindfulness.com Podcasthttps://www.languageofmindfulness.com/mindfulness-podcast/ Lead capture page I'd like to reference:How to start a mindfulness meditation practicehttps://languageofmindfulness.com/now Social Media:https://linktr.ee/mindfulguy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brett.hill.391Facebook LOF page ttps://www.linkedin.com/company/languageofmindfulnessInstagram: Brett.W.Hillhttps://www.instagram.com/brett.w.hill/Linked in personal Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mindfulguy/Linked in company page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/languageofmindfulnessTwitter: @bretthill TikTok: mindfulguyYoutube channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUhl0dcGWVMXsFzlANu4MIAYou can watch it here: https://youtu.be/PBbGUwmGfOoLike and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcWebsite: https://www.wakeupwithkc.com/Jewelry provided by: Pretty Bling Boutiquehttps://www.facebook.com/prettyblingboutique/Media Manager: Steven Joiner : firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 816-605-4561Logo created by: Eden Fritz AguiarProducer & Marketing Dir, Clovercrest MediaOpener created by: Zachary LaPlantCMG | Social Media Manager| Chief Video Editor Music is provided by: Just The Way It IsAdrian WaltherSX7PA8K4SYANWVLZ
Let's talk all about protein! In our last episode (tap here to listen), we went over the first macronutrient, carbs. This is part two of a three-part series where it's all about education. I want to EDUCATE you so that you can feel EMPOWERED around food and CONFIDENT in your ability to FUEL yourself so you can PERFORM. Got questions about protein? Message me on Instagram! Tap to connect! Useful Resources: G2G Bars: Tap and use code ATHLEAT for 15% off! Instagram: Tap to connect! Essential Marathon Nutrition Course: Tap for the full course! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The Metaverse is a great place to spread information. This episode explains how the use of virtual worlds can be helpful to educate people about social issues and causes. We talk about creating an immersive experience that will make people feel like they are there and help them experience it. SuperWorld is an augmented reality (AR) virtual world geographically mapped onto the real world, allowing users to create, discover and monetize AR content. The SuperWorld virtual real estate platform is mapped over the entire surface of the globe, allowing users to purchase —literally—any place on Earth. From skyscrapers and stadiums to historical monuments and iconic structures, including wonders of the natural world, when you step into SuperWorld, you'll truly make a world of your own. Know More About SuperWorld Here superworldapp.com ================================================================ Subscribe to Zain Jaffer: https://bit.ly/2SWhYW5 Follow the PropTech VC Podcast: Listen on Apple - https://apple.co/2Izoznu Listen on Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2STWDwq Listen on Google Play - https://bit.ly/2H7s6c0 Follow Zain Jaffer at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/zainjaffer Website: https://zainjaffer.com/ Current Ventures: https://zain-ventures.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zainjaffer/ ================================================================ Utilizing Decentralized Finance in Land Building in the Metaverse https://youtu.be/K2MQNZnfvOA How Buying Land in the Metaverse Translates to the Real World https://youtu.be/vBdaG0g6LDA Rights and What You Own When You Buy Virtual Land NFTS https://youtu.be/1vZvL5grdFs ================================================================ About Zain Jaffer: Zain Jaffer is an accomplished executive, investor, and entrepreneur. He started his first company at the age of 14 and later moved to the US as an immigrant to found Vungle after securing $25M from tech giants including Google & AOL in 2011. Vungle recently sold for $780m. His achievements have garnered international recognition and acclaim; he is the recipient of prestigious awards such as “Forbes 30 Under 30”, “Inc. Magazine's 35 Under 35,” and the “SF Business Times Tech & Innovation Award.” He is regularly featured in major business & tech publications such as The Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, and TechCrunch.
Hello to you listening in Charlottesville, Virginia!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Time Out Tuesday and your host, Diane WyzgaMaybe like me you know how it feels to hit the wall. Fatigue, loss of energy, negativity, or lack of enthusiasm when you've used up whatever it is that's been holding you up. Maybe you ask yourself: Does anybody care? What is this for? Who is this for? What's the point? You have two options: stand and stagnate or figure out how to move over, under, around, or through the wall.How do I do it? I step back. I go for a walk - maybe a few walks. I think about a time when I was working as a shepherd on a fiber farm on the outskirts of Charlottesville, Virginia. While there I met a fellow named Joe who raised organic goats for meat. Many of his customers came from the D.C Beltway area; they were quite happy to pay good money for quality food.But Joe hit the wall selling goat meat from his farm. He wanted to venture out and educate people about the value of eating what he raised: food that's organic, sustainable, humanely harvested, no junk in the feed, and lots of pasture to graze. But he didn't know how to begin. Or where to begin. Now what? Join us tomorrow for Part 2. You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
We often tell ourselves stories to excuse the wrong-doings that we allow to happen in our finances. These limiting beliefs that we have, or excuses we create, can end up hurting our financial situation long-term if we don't shift our mindset. So, how can we avoid falling into these traps? In this episode, I will be sharing the most common money myths that I see and explaining what you can do if you believe any of them to be true. Listen in as I explain why you don't have to be good at math in order to take care of your finances and why even the smallest of steps taken towards educating yourself about your finances can make a difference. You will learn why it is important to start investing from a young age, why you don't necessarily have to pay off your debt before investing, and how you can become involved in investing with little money. “Nobody cares more about your life than you, so it's time to step up.” - Tracey Bissett This Week on Young Money: The importance of investing. Why you should start saving for retirement even if you are still young. Common money myths you need to stop telling yourself. Why you should always have an emergency fund in place. What “good debt” is. The benefit of evaluating your debt situation often. Key takeaways: Save for retirement. Invest your money. Take small steps towards financial fitness. Educate yourself. Evaluate your money mindset. Resources Mentioned: Tracey Bissett - The Money Coach for Entrepreneurs YouTube Channel EP044 Dangers of Payday Loans EP057 Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals what does it mean with Doug Hoyes EP084 3 Myths Sabotaging your Financial Fitness EP149 Adulting 101: How to Deal with Overwhelming Debt Levels with Taz Rajan, Bromwich + Smith EP184 Credit Canada Debt Solutions with Keith Emery EP216 How to Deal with Debt Overload with Linda Stern, Crowe Soberman Rate, Share & Inspire Other Young Millionaires-in-the-Making Thanks for tuning into the Young Money Podcast - the advice show for young millionaires-in-the-making! If you enjoyed this week's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a rating and review. Visit our website to learn how easy it is to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes on social media! Follow the Young Money Podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode and reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn Company Page, or by visiting our website.
Should toddlers be able to recognise numbers and letters? Do we, as parents, need to be teaching them these skills before they enter preschool or kindergarten? Dr Laura Jana is a paediatrician and the author of The Toddler Brain. She gives us some insight into what the toddler brain is capable of and how we might help them acquire new skills. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Richard Carrier has a Ph.D. in the history of philosophy from Columbia University, and is a published philosopher and historian, specializing in contemporary philosophy of naturalism and Greco-Roman philosophy, science, and religion, including the origins of Christianity. He blogs regularly, lectures for community groups worldwide, and teaches courses online. He is the author of many books including Sense and Goodness without God, On the Historicity of Jesus, and The Scientist in the Early Roman Empire, as well as chapters in several anthologies and articles in academic journals. For more about Dr. Carrier and his work see www.richardcarrier.info.You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/dDYFo-YJpMslike and subscribeYou can contact Dr. Carrier here:https://www.richardcarrier.info/about/Like and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcWebsite: https://www.wakeupwithkc.com/Jewelry provided by: Pretty Bling Boutiquehttps://www.facebook.com/prettyblingboutique/Logo created by: Eden Fritz AguiarProducer & Marketing Dir, Clovercrest MediaOpener created by: Zachary LaPlantCMG | Social Media Manager| Chief Video Editor Music is provided by: Just The Way It IsAdrian WaltherSX7PA8K4SYANWVLZ
In this episode, I talk with Kelsey Sorenson, former substitute teacher turned CEO of her own business, Wife Teacher Mommy. Kelsey shares her inspiring story of how she was able to transform her experiences with burnout into a flourishing business that works to support teachers. In this episode, she also shares her advice for those Burned and Unbalanced teachers out there so they have the strategies they need to approach each day feeling rejuvenated.
The Power of Podcasts to Educate Episode 155 Eighty million Americans are weekly podcast listeners and podcast listenership increased by 29.5% from 2018 to 2021. With so many of us going podcast crazy, it just makes sense to use podcasting as a medium to improve financial literacy. To discuss the idea of using podcasts to teach listeners about money, I invited Adam Cox, a fellow podcast host to the show. Adam is the Chief Wealth Management Officer at the First National Bank in Sioux Falls and host of the Common Cents on the Praire Podcast. Listen to this podcast and discover: Why podcasting is such a great educational tool How sharing and discussing a podcast can break money silence How to learn about money one concept (or podcast) at a time Not all podcast hosts are created equal - pick one or two shows that resonate with you and just start listening and learning! How your financial advisor can make podcast recommendations based on your needs Want to connect with Adam? Here's how: First National Bank Common Cents on the Prairie Podcast LinkedIn A special thank you to our episode sponsor, Life Transitions by Dr. Amy. This episode is sponsored by Life Transitions by Dr Amy. When it comes to life's changes, there are two types of people: those experiencing the change and the professionals advising them. Life Transitions by Dr. Amy walks beside both, helping financial professionals and individuals navigate more gracefully through any life change. To find out more, click here. Our Sponsor's Special Offer for Advisors: 20% off our listeners' choice of Dr. Amy's Advisor Programs with the discount code of DrAmy20 Let me know what you think of this episode. Leave a review on your iTunes or your favorite podcast app. OTHER WAYS TO ENJOY THIS POST: Listen on Google Listen on Amazon Listen on Stitcher Subscribe on iTunes Listen on Spotify Join Breaking Money Silence on Facebook KBK Connection, Inc., is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com Recent Posts The Power of Podcasts to Educate | Episode 155 Fintech Takes on Financial Literacy | Episode 154 Be a Financial Literacy Changemaker | Episode 153 Teaching Teens About Money | Episode 152 Entrepreneurship: A Leap of Faith | Episode 151 Being Well-Behaved Might Hurt Your Career | Episode 150 #BreaktheBias | Episode 149 Men and Retirement | Episode 148 Take Control of the Purse Strings | Episode 147 Money,
We don't fight the Devil standing on our own two feet. Christ empowered us by the victory of His resurrection and equipped us with His Word and Spirit.Readings from this service:Romans 12: 1-21 John 4: 1-6Psalm 25: 1-4Luke 4: 1-13
Peri, better known to her FB followers as Not Raingirl is a 24-year-old autistic adult. Peri's honesty, understanding and deep desire to educate parents and caregivers about living with autism - as a nonverbal child and now an outspoken advocate, is greatly appreciated and admired. *I can assure you this Autism mom not only values Peri's willingness to help explain and guide me but that she does it from a place of kindness, love and truly to be helpful rather than confrontational* You can connect with Peri on FB: @notraingirl ***************************************** To purchase my book “Welcome to My Life – A Personal Parenting Journey Through Autism” click HERE or visit Amazon.com! You can easily stay connected to the Living the Sky Life podcast and me in various ways. Please visit my website www.lauriehellmann.com for all the links. I'd love to hear what you think, so if listening on the Apple platform, please leave a written review and rating of the podcast! If you are interested in being a guest on an episode of Living the Sky Life, please contact me!
It's no secret our education system is failing, but don't lose hope! We can be the change… In this episode, we welcome Dr. Mona Kiani, the Founder of Educate With Purpose, to the show to chat with us about how she is working to be the change in rebuilding a broken education system. We also chat about how to teach self-love, the importance of questioning the system and even our purpose, tips for teachers/educators who have students with struggling home-lifes, and so much more! Tune in for more and see below for a full list of topics covered in this episode! Key Topics Describing Mona's mission to revolutionize education The need for change in education for those who are underprivileged Her experience teaching in a gang-heavy area of LA and the struggles that came with it + the lessons through it How she balanced and dealt with kids who were struggling in their home or personal lives, while still being a good teacher The importance of questioning the education system Making mistakes as a teacher and how to learn from them How can we teach more self-love? The ways Mona is cultivating self-love through her teaching The 3 things we all need for a better life How she is teaching students to serve others through entrepreneurship Why we should be questioning our purpose and knowing our “why” behind what we do The toughest barriers she has had to overcome in communicating her vision Explaining WHY our education system is failing and why people struggle to change How to cultivate a society of people who are passionate about helping educate young people + why it is important Questioning “Why do I have to teach this?” as a teacher The toxic cycle in our education system and what we can do about it How to connect with and/or support Mona What does “thriving” mean to her? Final thoughts + Biggest Takeaway Connect with Dr. Mona: Dr. Mona's Instagram Educate with Purpose Instagram Educate with Purpose Website Connect with CJ Finley: CJ's Instagram cjfinley.com ThriveOnLife Podcast Instagram thriveonlife.com
Our first-ever guest, James Heller, joins us for our 100th episode celebration! James, the CEO, and Co-Founder of Wrapify, discusses how our industry can increase revenue by educating marketers on the power of out-of-home advertisement.Wrapify is omnichannel advertising for brands powered by app-enabled mobility and delivery. Their performance-driven ad-tech platform measures the impact of out-of-home impressions and attributes exposure to online, in-app, or foot traffic engagement.Takeaways The increasing amount of digitally native marketers is changing the way media channels are evaluated. These marketers need mix-media modeling, good data visualization, and tracking customers' journey from beginning to end.Out-of-home is a great medium to drive a brand because it is the heartbeat of the neighborhood. Although it is difficult to measure audience impact, we know it's there. Educate marketers on the value of OOH to their brand.If the industry captures a component of wasted digital spending and pipe it into out-of-home then it would increase value in the medium and revenue in the U.S.The recall that is created in the out-of-home space makes the digital more valuable. Showcase the impact your OOH campaign generated for the brand.LinksLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesheller1/Email: email@example.comCompany: https://wrapify.comWays To Tune InSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/30yI5WJKPTmH1ttOT92stjApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ooh-insider-show/id1483489943Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/The-OOH-Insider-Show/dp/B08JJT1GC5Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-OOH-Insider-Show-Podcast/B08JJPQ8HFStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-ooh-insider-showListen Notes: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-ooh-insider-show-tim-rowe-GqAoaXnLVlx/iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-ooh-insider-show-51761700/Podbay: https://podbay.fm/p/the-ooh-insider-showPowered by OneScreen.ai | OneScreen.ai is the first free, public-access directory for all things Out of Home.Powered by OneScreen.ai OneScreen.ai is the first free, public-access directory for all things Out of Home. Support the show (http://oohswag.com)
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Today's kids grow up in a world where they are surrounded by advertising at every turn. From commercials to video games to cartoons, characters are quick to impart mixed messages. While such exposure is normal, it's important that children have the tools to evaluate and understand these media messages. In this episode, Julia Storm shares how parents can support children's critical thinking skills and help them develop their own sense of media literacy. When it comes to media, kids are bombarded by many messages. Keeping up with all of the advertising tricks can be challenging even for adults, so it's no surprise that today's kids often struggle with understanding these messages. Today we're joined with Julia Storm to discuss what parents can do to help their children develop a sense of media literacy. “I think media literacy is sort of a big umbrella term. But one piece that's really important is understanding how all of the apps and games that we use are businesses, and ultimately, they're not created just for our pleasure. There are people behind them who are hoping to really strike it rich.” In a world where we're more connected to media than ever, it's important to be mindful of what messages our children are exposed to from games, TV and movies and how they translate that knowledge in the real world. As parents, we have a responsibility to make sure our kids are ready for a world filled with advertising. More importantly, we need to be certain that they're seeing things as they really are and not through their young eyes. In this episode, Julia Storm shares how you, as a parent, can guide your child and help them develop the media literacy skills they need in life. How Julia handles tech use in their family. Teaching media literacy through the games your children play. How to help your kids think critically. Julia explains how Fortnite skins are now being used as status signalers. Examples of teaching media literacy in everyday things. Things in everyday life that are in the same vein of manipulation and marketing. Helping kids form connections and interpretations of the messages we receive through media, ads, and anything on the internet. Giving advice to children that are backed up with research data. Links ReConnect with Julia Storm Julia Storm LinkedIn Petra's Power to See by Educate, Empower Kids Pinwheel Use code PODCAST20
Episode 22:16 Anedra Brown's Secret For Losing 150lbs!!! Two years ago if someone told Anedra Brown that she would become a fitness instructor AND that she would use her platform to organize a fundraiser in her community she would have told them they were crazy! You see, back then Anedra lived with chronic pain… and chronic fatigue. Simple activities such as walking around the house hurt. In addition, she was always exhausted… even after getting eight hours of sleep. To make matters worse, her emotions were a mess… causing her to burst into tears for no apparent reason. All in all, she wasn't in a good place. Then, something changed. She found help in a program. NOT a weight loss program but a “Get Healthy” program. A program she committed to stick to (and still follows today). A program that has helped her lose over 150lbs! More importantly, a program that has helped her regain the health she thought was gone forever. A program built around these five simple strategies: 1) Eliminate food sensitivities 2) Take three core supplements 3) Exercise 4) Overcome emotional “blocks” 5) Educate yourself ------- Now, regarding Anedra's "secret": There is no secret! No drugs. No surgeries. No pills, potions, or meal replacements. Just a solid commitment to implementing the strategies above. Strategies that have been proven to improve a person's health. (Losing a bunch of weight along the way is a just a wonderful “side-effect.") Listen to her story. It will inspire you… and educate you! Then share it with a friend. Thanks! ————— Want to learn more? Continue the conversation regarding this episode, and all future episodes, by signing up for our daily emails. Simply visit: GetHealthyAlabama.com Once there, download the “Symptom Survey” and you will automatically added to our email list. ———————- Also, if you haven't already, we'd appreciate it if you'd subscribe to the podcast, leave a comment and give us a rating. (Thanks!!!) On Facebook? Connect with us at Facebook.com/GetHealthyAlabama * This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. Please consult with your health care provider before making any health-related changes.
First of all, what is a viral reel? Truly it may not be your best goal. Because your business isn't likely to grow from one viral reel. Now, if you were doing a TEDx talk and it got 10M views, that's going to help your business. 00:00 What's the difference? The credibility that provides authority that then makes you the go-to expert. And.. you have to remember that if you don't have a call-to-action that is obvious when people land on your website, or when they link to your profile, still a viral reel isn't what you want… yet. But let's say for the sake of this podcast, you've lain the foundation. You have a freebie that people want and ask for all the time. Or listen, they don't have to ask for it by name. But they do have to ask for the solution to a problem that your freebie clearly solves and by a name they recognize as doing exactly that. Hey, by the way, if you're a gym owner or studio, trainer or health coach and you're offering a complimentary session or call? It's too big a step for someone who doesn't know you, so step back and let's find a better answer for you. Freebie 02:45 What's the recipe for a viral reel? You never know. But you might be discovered or shared if you're smart with hashtags and congruent from content to hashtags. So, the safest, surest, steadiest way to grow (and potentially win instead of spending $$ on lottery tickets that are a million to one) is this: Create content that educates, inspires, and entertains. 05:30 Viral Reel #1: Educate your audience You can point to words, jump into different scenes, or just talk straight to the camera. 06:58 Viral Reel #2: Inspire Do they want to grow old better than others? Then show them examples of how to do it. You can create reels sharing images of older adults doing amazing things, of sites and accounts that share adults doing amazing things, or do a video of you introducing say 5 unique individuals. 08:12 Viral Reel #3: Entertain your audience Yes, you do have to be creative here. An entertainer changes costume, changes the type of songs in the set, does some old favorites but also throws in something new. You've got to be similar. For more help with content creation that finds you real, not fake clients, check this out https://www.flippingfifty.com/5-day-fmm-specialist-challenge-opt/ Other Resources: Marketing to Women: fitnessmarketingmastery.com/copywriting-course Flipping 50 Menopause Fitness Specialist: flippingfifty.com/specialist Other Episodes You Might Like: Social Media Advice for Fitness & Health Pros #303 3 Reasons Your Social Media Isn't Working Personal Trainers: How to Boost Your Social Media Engagement VOTE NOW! Choose your favorite podcast title: https://debraatkinson.typeform.com/to/F0MdiZBv