Relying solely on optimized traffic to be a good marketer isn't the way forward. Marketers need to be vigilant and skilled in analyzing ad performance beyond just platform optimization.In this episode, Jordan West shared why he believes that cost per click is a crucial metric for ad performance, and why relying solely on optimized traffic doesn't cut it. It's a heated debate worth listening to, with strong opinions flying around. With real-world examples and hard-hitting truths, Jordan leaves no stone unturned as he delves into the heart of this contentious issue.Listen and learn in this episode!Key takeaways from this episode:Understanding the relationship between cost of traffic, conversion rate, and cost per acquisition is crucial for effective advertising.When using 7-day click and one-day view attribution window on Facebook, the platform optimizes for conversions rather than just clicks.Marketers should pay attention to their click to purchase rate as a more meaningful metric for ad success, alongside keeping in mind the importance of CPCs.The significance of CPCs in determining the effectiveness of advertising and the performance of ad content.Emphasizing the importance of being a proficient and strategic marketer, rather than solely relying on platform optimization.Twitter Link:https://twitter.com/zachmstuck/status/1730594775806419110Improve your gross margins by up to 40%! Why Portless? Direct Shipping: From China to customers in just 6-8 days Domestic Feel: Custom packaging, local tracking from carriers Cost-Effective: Slash those cargo shipping and customs fees Cash Flow Positive: No more tied-up cash flow in inventory. Relieve yourself of frozen cash within a couple of days. Be Q4 Ready! Check out Portless for seamless fulfillment solutions, free sample product here: https://bit.ly/3SzOi0Z Get 5 Offers for 2 Products (10 in total) along with 10 highly engaging tried and true creatives, 30 captivating headlines, descriptions, and ad texts sent to you for only $99. Go to https://www.upgrowthcommerce.com/offer and order now - this offer is only available for a limited time.We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here: upgrowthcommerce.com/grow Join our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcast
Chapter 1 Common Mistakes in Divorce Proceedings 00:01 This chapter explores the impact of divorce on individuals and families. Host Matthew Pfeiffer welcomes guest Michael Pinnell, a criminal and family law attorney, to discuss the long-term effects of divorce and the importance of avoiding common mistakes during the process. Pinnell shares his personal experience as a child of divorce and how it influenced his career path. The consequences of poorly written divorce decrees and the challenges of modifying them years later are highlighted. The conversation emphasizes the need for clear decision-making, especially when children are involved. Listeners gain valuable insights into the complexities of divorce and the importance of seeking professional guidance during this traumatic experience. Chapter 2 The Importance of Communication in Relationships 12:13 This chapter explores the impact of communication in relationships and its role in the outcome of a divorce. The host engages in a conversation with a divorce attorney who shares insights on successful and unsuccessful couples in reaching agreements. Emphasizing the importance of communication and self-awareness in a marriage, they discuss how these factors can lead to a smoother divorce process. Early indicators of good communication, such as discussing difficult topics like children, money, and religion, are also highlighted. The host and guest stress the significance of being a good listener and actively working on communication skills in a relationship. Chapter 3 Navigating Allegations and Legal Tactics 25:36 This chapter explores the impact of false accusations on individuals and their legal cases. We discuss situations where false allegations are used as leverage or to set up a partner, as well as the serious issue of domestic violence being weaponized in divorce cases. We caution against using the police as a therapist and advise listeners to be careful when making accusations or seeking restraining orders. Additionally, we highlight how false accusations of domestic violence can affect custody arrangements and the best interests of the child factors in divorce cases. Overall, this chapter sheds light on the complexities and potential consequences of false accusations in the legal system. Chapter 4Navigating Domestic Violence and Legal Obligations 35:55 This chapter explores the topic of domestic violence and the difficult decisions individuals may face when dealing with it. We discuss the importance of seeking help and not letting fear of perception hold someone back from taking necessary actions. We also share personal experiences and insights from our time as a public defender and attorney, highlighting the complexities of representing clients in cases of domestic violence. We emphasize the significance of attorney-client privilege and the ethical responsibilities of attorneys in these situations. Overall, this chapter sheds light on the sensitive and challenging nature of domestic violence and the importance of seeking support and guidance. Chapter 5Talking About Criminal Defense and Representation 40:57 This chapter explores the intersection of criminal law and family law with guest Michael Penella, a criminal defense and family law attorney. We discuss how criminal charges can impact divorce and relationships, and the ethical considerations that come with representing clients in these cases. Michael shares his experience with a difficult case where he had to balance advocating for his clients while also considering their safety. He also emphasizes the importance of communication and setting realistic expectations with clients. To connect with Michael and his firm, visit Penella Law Firm on social media or their website. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/themattphiferexperience/support
The end of the nineteenth century saw massive developments and innovations in photography at a time when the forces of Western modernity—industrialization, racialization, and capitalism—were quickly reshaping the world. The Unintended: Photography, Property, and the Aesthetics of Racial Capitalism (NYU Press, 2023) slows down the moment in which the technology of photography seemed to speed itself—and so the history of racial capitalism—up. It follows the substantial shifts in the markets, mediums, and forms of photography during a legally murky period at the end of the nineteenth century. Monica Huerta traces the subtle and paradoxical ways legal thinking through photographic lenses reinscribed a particular aesthetics of whiteness in the very conceptions of property ownership. The book pulls together an archive that encompasses the histories of performance and portraiture alongside the legal, pursuing the logics by which property rights involving photographs are affirmed (or denied) in precedent-setting court cases and legal texts. Emphasizing the making of “expression” into property to focus our attention on the failures of control that cameras do not invent, but rather put new emphasis on, this book argues that designations of control's absence are central to the practice and idea of property-making. The Unintended proposes that tracking and analyzing the sensed horizons of intention, control, autonomy, will, and volition offers another way into understanding how white supremacy functions. Ultimately, its unique historical reading practice offers a historically-specific vantage on the everyday workings of racial capitalism and the inheritances of white supremacy that structure so much of our lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies
In this highlight episode, embark on a journey to unravel the secrets behind a thriving rental housing business model. Join us as we delve into the core strategies that have propelled Jordan Kavana, a seasoned business scaling expert and the visionary behind ARK Homes for Rent, to success. Learn about innovative approaches such as bulk home acquisitions that form the bedrock of ARK Homes for Rent's accomplishments.Explore Jordan's commitment to affordable housing, specifically his groundbreaking practice of exclusively renting newly constructed homes. Uncover the transformative impact ARK Homes for Rent has on fostering community connections and promoting well-being through their cutting-edge Arc Living app. Gain exclusive insights into the company's expansion plans post-merger with a prominent real estate investor.The conversation takes a deep dive into the indispensable role of adaptability in business triumph. Navigate through the challenges and opportunities inherent in reshaping a real estate investment firm, with Jordan candidly sharing the tough decisions made in the face of team members resistant to change. Emphasizing the pivotal role of honesty and integrity, he underscores the non-negotiable nature of adaptability for sustained success.So, buckle up, hit that subscribe button, and join us on this thrilling expedition toward real estate investment success. For the full episode and exclusive insights, click the link below and tune in to the complete conversation. Don't miss out on the strategies, challenges, and expert advice that can transform your approach to the rental housing business.https://lifebridgecapital.com/2023/09/06/unique-single-family-rental-strategy-jordan-kavana/https://lifebridgecapital.com/2023/09/07/navigating-hard-decisions-to-drive-business-growth-jordan-kavana/VISIT OUR WEBSITEhttps://lifebridgecapital.com/Here are ways you can work with us here at Life Bridge Capital:⚡️START INVESTING TODAY: If you think that real estate syndication may be right for you, contact us today to learn more about our current investment opportunities: https://lifebridgecapital.com/investwithlbc⚡️Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheRealEstateSyndicationShow
Have you ever grappled with understanding God's love for you? Are you ready to experience the depth of His abundant grace and learn to live from a place of love rather than fear? Then tune in in for an e discussion on the unconditional love of God and how it can transform our lives daily. We go through the Parable of the Lost Son. We discuss our personal struggles with feelings of unworthiness and the notion that we're not living up to our potential. Remember, no matter how far we may stray, God's love and grace are always available. It's time for us to let go the mindset of unworthiness and approach Him with confidence. We then journey into a deep discussion on God's unconditional love, focusing on the parables in Luke 15 and the concept of return. Emphasizing the joy in returning and being embraced by God's love, we challenge you to rejoice and depend on.Wrapping up our in-depth conversation, we highlight the importance of understanding our need for God's love. Drawing parallels between our dependence on God and a child's reliance on their caretaker, we explore the concept that love is from God, and we should not let anyone or anything define it for us. We encourage you to dive deeper into scripture and discover stories that illustrate God's love. Connect:YoutubeInstagram Tiktok
In this enlightening podcast episode, hosts Kelly, Rosalyn, and Markel dive deep into the empowering world of scriptures, spiritual resilience, and overcoming life's battles through faith. They share personal anecdotes, powerful scriptures like "I can do all things through Christ," and discuss the impact of recording impressions to enhance spiritual growth. Emphasizing the importance of rigorous spiritual work, service, and the strength found in aligning with values, this conversation offers listeners insight into the tools for navigating life's challenges.
Steve McKnight is an expert when it comes to personal finance and money management. He's a self-made multi-millionaire, real estate mogul and a financial educator. He joins us to share insider tips from his book Money Magnet and gives us valuable insights into attracting money, building wealth, and creating a purpose-driven financial future. Key Topics Mindset and Attracting Money · Attracting money as a learnable skill · Insider tips from Steve's book "Money Magnet" · Influence of childhood experiences with money on financial habits · Contrast between parents' financial habits and their effect on Steve's mindset · Importance of having money conversations in relationships · The possibility of changing one's money mindset and seeking help to do so Real Estate and Wealth Creation · Early investment experience with term deposit and first investment property in 1999 · Challenges of property investment and the need for new real estate buying tactics · Viewing real estate as a means of creating wealth rather than the only option · Importance of investing in what is understood and managing finances · Acquiring skills to increase returns without higher risks · Emphasizing accountability to avoid indulgent spending and financial traps Financial Vision and Habits · Inheritance of parents' financial DNA and its impact on financial habits · Money as a tool with a purpose, rather than just accumulating wealth · The significance of delayed gratification and discipline in achieving financial goals · Influence of consumer-driven society and social media on spending habits · Perils of debt and the need to develop better money habits · Shifting from survival to significance and casting a vision for a new financial future · Formula for wealth creation and McKnight's advice on mastering financial skills and passing on knowledge Philanthropy and Legacy · The importance of not letting wealth stem from insecurity or the need to impress others · Concept of two mountains: survival and significance · Poor money habits to avoid · The significance of philanthropy and the organization Tree Change in that regard · Advices on property investments and McKnight's top three investing tips Timestamped overview 00:00 Attracting money and wealth. 03:32 Started with term deposit, now property expert. 08:42 Wealth can stem from insecurity and desire. 12:09 Living without vision, purpose - invest for the future. 15:02 Wealth creation formula lies in spending, investing, and returns. 17:40 3 tips: Measure and learn to multiply money. 22:22 Influencers shape our desires consider long-term impact. 24:57 Debt can lead to financial disempowerment. 27:14 Passionate about creating native forests for eco-restoration. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
n this inspiring Founder's Feature of the Women on the Move podcast, Kate Verlaan, the founder of Oz's Front Door, a business dedicated to reducing plastic waste and promoting sustainability. During the interview, Kate shares how she started her journey as an entrepreneur, inspired by her background in addressing large, complex global challenges, particularly in the area of sustainability and climate change. She explains how her experience living in China and working on issues like the HIV/AIDS epidemic prepared her for taking on the plastic waste problem. Emphasizing that her business is not just about profit but about making a significant impact on the plastic crisis, Kate explains that she encourages a slow and deliberate approach to reducing plastic waste, helping people make small, sustainable changes in their lives over time. Kate also delves into the challenges of entrepreneurship, such as the scarcity mindset and the need to secure funding. She also highlights the importance of staying ambitious and maintaining a positive outlook, especially as a woman entrepreneur facing disparities in venture capital funding. Disclaimer: The speakers' opinions belong to them and may differ from opinions of JP Morgan Chase & Co. and its affiliates. Views presented on this podcast are those of the speakers; they are as of November 30th, 2023 and they may not materialize. Transcript here
In this solo episode #125, host Andrea Atherton challenges the pervasive stereotype that women are complicated, thus dramatic and hard to understand. Exploring the roots of societal expectations, historical norms, and gender miscommunications, it's emphasized that these stereotypes are broad generalizations that fail to capture individual complexity. We should avoid lumping every female into the idea that they are all the same. Andrea dives into the intricacies of successful relationships, the episode highlights the importance of understanding a woman's needs, which are also the main elements of a conscious relationship. Key segments delve into communication strategies, the significance of emotional bonds, and fostering a sense of teamwork through support and shared goals. All of which are the foundation that benefits men and women.From quality time and expressions of appreciation to being attuned to nonverbal cues, the episode provides actionable insights to create a harmonious relationship with a woman. Emphasizing shared responsibilities, continuous growth, patience, and understanding, Andrea guides listeners on a journey to navigate complexities in a way that serves both partners. Mindful Love Websitehttps://www.andreaatherton.com/Love Anarchy Websitehttps://loveanarchypodcast.buzzsprout.comLove Anarchy Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/loveanarchypodcast/Andrea Atherton Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/andreaatherton-17/
In an era dominated by technological advancements and automated processes, it's easy for businesses to fall into the trap of relying solely on technology and templates to attract customers and secure appointments. However, the human factor remains an indispensable element in the business world. Building genuine connections, understanding individual needs, and fostering relationships are aspects that cannot be replaced by algorithms or templates. In this article, we will explore the significance of the human touch in business and why a personal approach is essential for sustained success. Understanding Individual Needs: One of the key aspects where technology often falls short is in understanding the nuanced and unique needs of individuals. While algorithms can analyze data and provide generalized solutions, they may struggle to grasp the intricacies of human preferences, emotions, and motivations. This is where human interaction becomes invaluable. Taking the time to engage with customers on a personal level allows businesses to tailor their offerings to specific needs. A customized approach not only enhances customer satisfaction but also establishes a sense of trust and loyalty. By listening actively and responding empathetically, businesses can demonstrate their commitment to meeting the unique requirements of each customer. Building Genuine Relationships: Relationships form the backbone of any successful business. While technology can facilitate communication, it is the human touch that fosters genuine connections. Face-to-face interactions, personalized communication, and a sincere interest in the well-being of customers contribute to building lasting relationships. Clients are more likely to stay loyal to a business that values them as individuals rather than treating them as mere data points. A friendly conversation, a handwritten note, or a personalized follow-up call can leave a lasting impression, creating a positive association with the brand. Trust and Credibility: Trust is a currency that holds immense value in the business world. While technology can enhance efficiency, it is the human factor that instills trust and credibility. Customers are more likely to trust a business when they can associate a human face with it. Personalized interactions provide an opportunity for businesses to showcase their values, integrity, and commitment to customer satisfaction. Trust is not built through automated emails or generic templates; it is nurtured through transparent communication, reliability, and a genuine concern for the customer's well-being. Adaptability and Problem-Solving: The business landscape is dynamic, and challenges are inevitable. While technology can streamline processes, the ability to adapt and solve complex problems often requires a human touch. Human intuition, creativity, and the capacity to think outside the box are qualities that set businesses apart in a competitive environment. When faced with unique challenges, businesses that prioritize the human factor can approach problem-solving with flexibility and ingenuity. Employees who are empowered to make decisions based on their understanding of individual situations can provide solutions that go beyond the limitations of automated sytems. While technology undoubtedly plays a crucial role in modern business operations, it is essential not to underestimate the importance of the human factor. Genuine connections, personalized interactions, and a commitment to understanding individual needs contribute to building trust, credibility, and lasting relationships. In a world where automation is on the rise, businesses that prioritize the human touch will not only gain customers but also create a lasting impact in the hearts and minds of their clientele. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wayne-weathersby/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wayne-weathersby/support
In the realm of women's health, the significance of environmental factors affecting fertility and overall well-being has come to the forefront. Susana Puelles, a seasoned healthcare provider with over 25 years of experience, explores holistic approaches to address women's challenges, particularly regarding glyphosate exposure, aging, and infertility. Glyphosate, a key component in many herbicides, has infiltrated our environment, permeating our food and water sources. Susana Puelles emphasizes the multigenerational impact of this pervasive chemical, known for its herbicidal properties, potentially disrupting hormonal balance and leading to issues such as fibroids, cysts, endometriosis, and fertility challenges. The Western Approach and Birth Control Susana critiques the conventional Western medical model's response to women's health issues, involving prescribing birth control and hormone replacement therapies. This approach often provides temporary relief but fails to address the root causes, underscoring the need for a paradigm shift in women's healthcare. She elucidates the misconception around regular periods induced by birth control, emphasizing that what many perceive as a menstrual cycle is, in fact, breakthrough bleeding caused by hormonal withdrawal. Susana explains the broader impact of birth control, depicting it not only as a synthetic hormone but also as a steroid with potential long-term consequences. The Crucial Role of Functional Medicine and Holistic Approaches Functional medicine emerges as a beacon of hope in Susana's narrative. She underscores the significance of testing for glyphosate levels, metals, and other toxins, shedding light on the unseen disruptions in the body's detox pathways. Unlike its Western counterpart, functional medicine aims to uncover the factors clogging the system, paving the way for a more comprehensive healing approach. Exposures and Detoxification Susana simplifies the complex landscape of chemical exposures, focusing on three primary culprits: fluoride, aluminum, and glyphosate. She encourages individuals to regain control over their environments by eliminating these toxins from everyday products. Emphasizing the impact of these exposures on the gut, she stresses the need to prioritize gut health as a precursor to effective detoxification. Healing the Gut and Yoni Sync Healing the gut takes precedence in Susana's approach, which she likens to the epicenter of hormone production and overall well-being. By identifying and rectifying exposure issues, healing the gut becomes a foundational step in the journey toward hormonal balance and fertility. Yoni Sync, Susana's holistic herb company, embodies her commitment to merging traditional herbal wisdom with modern health needs. Developed through years of experience, Yoni Sync offers solutions for hormone imbalances, fibroids, and overall women's health. Susana stresses the importance of time in the healing process. While some individuals witness transformative changes in as little as three to four months, the average timeline hovers around six months to a year. She urges individuals to grant themselves the grace of time, challenging societal impatience that often accompanies fertility struggles. Beyond Quick Fixes and High-Risk Pregnancies Susana provides a nuanced perspective on In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), acknowledging its role as a valid option for many couples. However, she cautions against perceiving it as a quick fix, emphasizing the need for a holistic approach that extends beyond the immediacy of fertility treatments. The integration of natural methods, such as acupuncture and herbal support, can enhance the effectiveness of IVF while addressing underlying issues. As IVF becomes more prevalent, so do high-risk pregnancies. Susana sheds light on potential complications arising from assisted reproductive technologies, including pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, and cholestasis. Integrative support from healthcare professionals, including acupuncturists and herbalists, can play a crucial role in mitigating these risks. The Continuation of Care in the Postpartum Phase The journey doesn't conclude with childbirth. Susana emphasizes the importance of postpartum care, especially for women who have undergone high-risk pregnancies or fertility treatments. A holistic team, including acupuncturists, can provide ongoing support, addressing hormonal imbalances and aiding in the recovery process. In this podcast, you'll discover: Glyphosate's hidden impact on women's health and fertility. A critical look at conventional Western healthcare approaches. The rise of holistic functional medicine. Tips for identifying and detoxifying environmental toxins. The importance of holistic care for hormonal balance and fertility. EPISODE RESOURCES: Yonisync.com Instagram
In this week's Gig Gab, Paul Kent and Dave Hamilton start with a dive into the nuances of performing solo gigs. They discuss the importance of honing your skills, reading the room, and choosing the right material to resonate with your audience. Emphasizing that a solo gig isn't just about […] The post Ventriloquism is Art — Gig Gab 405 appeared first on Gig Gab.
00:00 – 00:32: Introduction and background of the guest, Mandi Ellefson.00:32 – 03:42: Discussing the challenges faced by service-based businesses, especially agencies, in scaling beyond $1 million.03:42 – 07:38: Importance of creating an “irresistible offer” to enhance scalability and overcome common obstacles.07:38 – 12:12: Exploring the concept of crafting a compelling value proposition and aligning it with client needs.12:12 – 16:35: The significance of pricing strategy, client positioning, and delivering exceptional value to boost scalability.16:35 – 17:21: The role of mindset in scaling a business and embracing the concept of “thinking bigger.”18:56 – 19:15: Reflecting on the pivotal moment that transformed Parakeeto and the impact of reimagining the ultimate solution.19:15 – 19:38: Overnight transformation in deal size and business growth by focusing on solving bigger problems with more value.19:38 – 20:19: Zooming out to identify substantial problems, creating more value, and building a substantive process for better solutions.20:19 – 22:02: Recognizing the importance of transitioning from services to software and standardizing processes for scalability.22:02 – 22:49: Sharing experiences of intentionally under-engineering processes and the necessity of maturity in business decisions.22:49 – 23:23: Discussing the process of scaling a service firm and the service product positioning matrix.23:23 – 23:51: Emphasizing the impact of an irresistible offer on increasing prices and achieving a 300% or more price point increase.23:51 – 24:39: Introducing the client success map as a sales tool and developing the service management blueprint for scalable outcomes.24:39 – 26:50: Leveraging traffic light systems for internal evaluation, improving product quality, and enhancing client outcomes.26:50 – 29:22: Progressing through the five exits for scaling: project/account management, operations management, client strategy, sales, and executive leadership.29:22 – 30:39: Insights into the role of operations management in freeing up the CEO for growth and connecting operations with finance.30:44 – 31:50: The order of exits and the significance of separating client strategy from account and project management.31:50 – 32:51: The sequence of exits: sales as exit four and executive leadership as exit five, with a focus on building a scalable sales team.Show Notes/LinksMandi's Scalability ChecklistLink to the book on AmazonLink to Mandi's Agency “Hands Off CEO”Link to Mandi's Linkedin Profile
Join Jay as he takes the "WW" podcast on the road for the first time, with special guest Austin C. (aka Boogie) at his Barber Shop serving as the unique location host. In this episode, Jay and Austin dive deep into their personal journeys, covering topics like faith, personal growth, relationships, and the challenges of being a musician.Their candid conversations unveil the transformative power of faith, support, and personal development in overcoming life's hurdles. Emphasizing the significance of authentic love, acceptance, and understanding, the discussions underscore the role of these elements in the journey of recovery and personal growth.Listeners gain valuable insights into Jay and Austin's experiences, from discovering faith to building meaningful relationships and creating stable environments for themselves and their loved ones.Austin delves into the real-life struggles of artists navigating the music industry, shedding light on the pressures, challenges, and the pursuit of creative freedom and authenticity.Their conversations extend to the complexities of relationships, highlighting the importance of choice and commitment in matters of love. Overall, the podcast serves as an encouraging and inspirational resource for those facing challenges, offering a peek into the speakers' personal and professional lives.By sharing relatable experiences and perspectives, it aims to provide a source of motivation for individuals seeking a positive change in their lives.
In this episode, we explore the fascinating realm of spirituality and faith with a discussion suggested by our wonderful Patreon supporter, Kyriaki. Following a call for input from our audience in last week's Patreon post, we received a diverse range of intriguing ideas related to the spiritual aspects of our lives. From mindfulness practices to the role of community, the top 10 suggestions generated by ChatGPT set the stage for a thought-provoking discussion. However, none captured the essence quite like Kyriaki's response. She dove into the significance of fostering connections—with friends, a partner, or a community—to collectively explore spirituality and faith. Emphasizing the importance of curiosity in actively engaging with one's faith, she encourages seeking knowledge, leadership, and the ability to recognize the divine in everyone. In today's episode, host Rob responds to Kyriaki's insightful feedback, sharing reflections on his personal journey to find a community for exploring spirituality and faith. The discussion delves into the nuanced differences between spirituality and faith, touching on the decisiveness and devotion inherent in the latter. A sincere thank you to our Patreon supporters, Wayne and Kyriaki, whose generous contributions bring us closer to unlocking new podcast milestones. These include video content, improved audio quality, and episodes dedicated to topics suggested by you, our valued subscribers. Join our Patreon community, and let's grow together, elevating the All Around Growth podcast to new heights!~Discussion Links:Taoism - Taoism emphasizes living in harmony with what is known as the Tao—generally understood as being the impersonal, enigmatic process of transformation ultimately underlying reality. The Essential Tao : An Initiation into the Heart of Taoism Through the Authentic Tao Te Ching and the Inner Teachings of Chuang-Tzu - An initiation into the heart of Taoism through the authentic Tao Te Ching and the inner teachings of Chuang Tzu. Theosis - OrthodoxWiki - Theosis ("deification," "divinization") is the process of a worshiper becoming free of hamartía ("missing the mark"), being united with God, ...
For the full show notes and access to resources mentioned in this episode visit https://www.easyscaling.com/blog/episode79 In today's episode, I'm excited to welcome Ariana, a key player on the Easy Scaling team, to discuss the ins and outs of our innovative BSAT tool and the impactful Scaling School program. We're taking a deep dive into how these resources are reshaping the journey of business scaling. Together, we explore the aspects of the BSAT and how it serves as a cornerstone in guiding entrepreneurs towards strategic growth. Join us as we navigate the unique blend of expert insights and practical steps that make Scaling School an indispensable tool for business owners seeking meaningful and sustainable expansion.Ariana and I talk about the complexities of the BSAT, highlighting its evolution from a 36-question tool to a comprehensive 70-question assessment. We discuss Ariana's vital role as the Student Success Manager and how she ensures each Scaling School participant maximizes their program experience. Expect to gain insights into common challenges faced by businesses at various growth stages and how the interplay of planning, visibility, and sales can make or break success. We also touch on the iterative process behind the continuous enhancement of both the BSAT and our advising approach, ensuring they remain relevant and effective for diverse business types. This episode is not just informative but a candid reflection of our passion for empowering entrepreneurs through tailored support and data-driven strategies.Topics covered:Introducing the BSAT – Easy Scaling's innovative tool for assessing business growth potential.Exploring the essential elements of business success: leadership, product offerings, visibility, operations, planning, and sales.The growth of the BSAT – expanding its reach and depth for a more thorough analysis.Ariana's role in guiding Scaling School students towards achieving their business goals.Identifying and addressing common themes in business challenges across different growth stages.The crucial link between effective planning and achieving sales and visibility targets.Utilizing the BSAT as a roadmap for pinpointing key areas of business improvement.The development of the BSAT and advising processes in Scaling School – a journey of continuous refinement.Adapting Scaling School to meet the diverse needs and stages of various businesses.Emphasizing the importance of regular benchmarking and data-driven decision-making in tracking business progress.Links/Resources Mentioned:Scaling School- https://www.easyscaling.com/scaling-schoolConnect with Jordan Schanda King:Website: easyscaling.comInstagram: @jordanschandakingLove what you heard? Reviews really help us out! As a thank you, you can get my 90-Day Planning Formula ($97 Value) by submitting a screenshot of your 5-star review at easyscaling.com/podcastreview
Join John and Jack in this episode as they share practical strategies for thriving in the home services industry's shoulder seasons. From tech tips to customer connections, learn how to boost your business year-round with proactive and strategic marketing methods.Ready to up your home service game? Tune in now for actionable tips to enhance your business during shoulder seasons and master strategic marketing methods!Discussion Highlights:Utilizing technology: They discuss the use of software, particularly Service Titan, for efficient equipment management and data utilization.Marketing benefits: They explore how technology aids marketing efforts, from targeted campaigns to gathering valuable customer data.Scale considerations: John and Jack recognize that even though they function on a larger scale, the strategies they've talked about can be applied to home services businesses of different sizes on a smaller scale.Customer contact: Emphasizing the significance of reaching out to customers, they discuss the impact of personal calls in addition to emails and SMS.Door knocking strategy: Implementing a door knocking strategy is considered a potential game-changer in the HVAC industry, as discussed in this episode.Cost per lead analysis: They stress the importance of assessing the cost per lead and distinguishing between new customer acquisition and reactivating existing customers.Marketing mediums: The conversation revolves around a variety of marketing channels, underscoring the pivotal importance of efficiently leveraging existing customer lists, with a specific focus on PPC.Surviving shoulder seasons: The discussion concludes with them highlighting the critical role of mastering and growing during shoulder seasons for sustained home services business success.Host: John Wilson: @wilsoncompaniesHost: Jack Carr: @thehvacjackSpecial thanks to our sponsor: Service Scalers: Looking to scale your home service business? Service Scalers is a digital marketing agency that drives success in PPC and LSA. Discover more growth strategies by visiting Service Scalers. Check out Owned and Operated Weekly Insights: a newsletter where John discusses topics ranging from recruiting and marketing to the growth of your home service business.Subscribe Here: https://tinyurl.com/oaopodcastDon't miss out on our workshop 'Breaking 5 Million: Scaling Your Home Service Business.' Register today!Don't forget to subscribe!Youtube: @OwnedandOperatedPodcastX: @ownedoperatedcoSPOTIFY | APPLE PODCASTwww.ownedandoperated.comContact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q5 is a crucial time for marketers to capitalize on the Facebook ad auction. It's the perfect moment to promote last-minute shopping to capture procrastinators and justify purchases.In this episode, Jordan West and Lauren Petrullo, Founder of Mongoose Media, dug deep into data optimization, CPMs, and CPAs, and even explored the fascinating world of TikTok Shops. Listen and learn in this episode!Key takeaways from this episode:Giving back to the world and supporting causes through platforms like tree-planting initiatives.The difference between CPMs and CPAs and how they relate to advertising costs during q5.The value of strong data sets for optimization and performance in Facebook advertising.Emphasizing the importance of treating customers as individuals and building relationships for stronger lifetime value.The impact of TikTok Shops on influencer marketing and the need for similar performance-based programs on other platforms.Recommended App/Tool:Stape: https://stape.io/Popsixle: https://popsixle.com/Blotout: https://blotout.io/Hyros: https://hyros.com/Triple Whale: https://www.triplewhale.com/Forest: https://www.forestapp.cc/Recommended Book/Podcast:Perpetual Traffic: https://perpetualtraffic.com/podcast/Roland Frasier: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-lunch/id1442654104Today's Guest:Lauren Petrullo, Founder and CMO of Mongoose Media, is a former marketing and business development professional who had the amazing opportunity to work for the Walt Disney Company in Orlando, Florida. She would brainstorm and develop solutions for seemingly impossible scenarios, using her creative thinking abilities. Connect and learn more about Lauren and Mongoose Media:Website: https://mongoosemedia.us/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenpetrullo/Improve your gross margins by up to 40%! Why Portless? Direct Shipping: From China to customers in just 6-8 days Domestic Feel: Custom packaging, local tracking from carriers Cost-Effective: Slash those cargo shipping and customs fees Cash Flow Positive: No more tied-up cash flow in inventory. Relieve yourself of frozen cash within a couple of days. Be Q4 Ready! Check out Portless for seamless fulfillment solutions, free sample product here: https://bit.ly/3SzOi0Z Get 5 Offers for 2 Products (10 in total) along with 10 highly engaging tried and true creatives, 30 captivating headlines, descriptions, and ad texts sent to you for only $99. Go to https://www.upgrowthcommerce.com/offer and order now - this offer is only available for a limited time.We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here: upgrowthcommerce.com/grow Join our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcast
We dive into the collaborative spirit of podcasting with insights from Robb Conlan. Emphasizing the importance of a niche focus, Robb dispels the myth of an oversaturated market, encouraging long-term commitment and strategic marketing for podcast growth. Key discussion points include common mistakes to avoid, the significance of a dedicated audience, and an optimistic outlook for podcasting's future. Robb Conlan shares his advice for both budding and seasoned podcasters looking to make a significant impact in the audio space.Chapters:00:00:00 - Kickoff: Introducing Robb Conlon of Westport Studios00:00:43 - Uniting Podcasters: The Strength of Collaboration00:02:45 - Embarking on Your Podcast Journey: Insider Tips00:06:41 - Shattering Myths: Finding Your Space in a "Full" Market00:10:16 - Staying the Course: The Impact of Consistency in Podcasting00:16:33 - Podcasts as Marketing Powerhouses: Strategic Insights00:17:03 - Navigating Common Hurdles: Practical Solutions for Podcasters00:25:48 - Future Forward: Where is Podcasting Heading Next?00:28:44 - Closing Thoughts: Robb's Final Nuggets of WisdomLinks And Resources:Westport StudiosRobb Conlon on LinkedInHector Santiesteban LinkedInHector Santiesteban TwitterThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Marketing Your Podcast? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!
In this episode, I delve into the profound realization of our mortality and how it can be a catalyst for living a life of purpose and service. The episode begins with a personal moment of reflection, leading to a broader discussion on the importance of embracing life's finite nature. I explore how acknowledging our eventual end can empower us to live more authentically, fearlessly, and in service to others. The episode intertwines personal experiences with philosophical insights, ultimately encouraging listeners to shine their light in the world without fear or hesitation.Encapsulated Show Notes:Opening with a personal anecdote about facing mortality.Discussing the transformative power of recognizing our limited time.Insights on how this realization can strip away fear and insecurity.Emphasizing the importance of living in service to others.Encouraging listeners to embrace their true selves and shine brightly.Sharing personal struggles and how they led to growth and realignment.Concluding with a powerful message on the impact of serving and inspiring others.Key Takeaways:Mortality as a Motivator: Understanding that life is finite can be a powerful motivator to live fully and authentically.The Power of Service: Emphasizing the importance of serving others as a pathway to fulfillment and impact.Overcoming Insecurities: Personal experiences shared in the episode highlight how embracing mortality can help overcome insecurities and fears.Authentic Self-Expression: Encouraging listeners to be their true selves and share their unique gifts with the world.Join The Influence Army Waitlist HERE!Email me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.facebook.com/MrMischaSubscribe and share with your business associates who could use a listen!
TWIRL: Two Women Inspiring Real Life with Stephanie Coxon and Kathy Anderson-Martin – Exploring America's escalating debt and inflation challenges, we delve into the fine line between needs and wants. Emphasizing the role of wise spending and budgeting in enhancing life quality, this post highlights the critical need for financial prudence in personal and national fiscal matters.
Imagine being overwhelmed by parenthood after a divorce and finding the courage to start a podcast to navigate these uncharted waters. Erin Holland, CEO and founder of PG-ish Parenting, turned that imagination into reality. She opens up about her journey and unravels how she turned her experience into a resource that empowers parents to evolve from a place of overwhelm to a place of growth and success. We explore topics that are helpful not only in parenting but also in adulting, taking a closer look at Erin's routine, and understanding how she balances full-time jobs with side hustles.Emphasizing self-regulation and repairing relationships with our children, our conversation takes a deeper turn. We discuss the concept of "Do Less" with Kate Northrop, focusing on empowering moms and creating a joyful atmosphere for our children. At the heart of our discussion, Erin enlightens us about understanding and harnessing our strengths, not only as parents but as individuals. Revealing her plans for the future of PG-ish Parenting, Erin gives us a sneak peek into her upcoming course “Ready to Revive” and potential retreats and masterminds. With Erin, we aspire to provide resources for parents to thrive and transform their parenting experience.Make 2024 the year your business SHINES! How does one make this happen? By partnering with the Ladies First Digital Media Company to elevate your brand through a podcast or YouTube Channel. Reach out this November to Rayna at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and lock in 2023 prices before they go up in 2024. Check out the Ladies First Digital Media Company to learn more. Want to grow your brand and really elevate your voice this next year? Then consider starting a podcast or YouTube Channel with the Ladies First Digital Media Company in 2024. Already have a podcast or YouTube channel but need a stellar producer to take things off of your plate and help grow your audience, consider the Ladies First Digital Media Company. Reach out this November to lock in 2023 prices before they go up in 2024. Schedule a 15-minute call with Rayna to talk through your ideas - no strings attached. Email Rayna at email@example.com and write "15-minute call" in the subject line to get started. You Betcha She Did! is produced by The Ladies First Digital Media Company. Have a question or know a fab woman who should be featured on this podcast? Contact Rayna at firstname.lastname@example.org If you love the show, please subscribe, share it with your friends, and leave us a positive review
This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Deb Socia and Geoff Millener from the Enterprise Center in Chattanooga. They discuss the HCS ED Connect program, which provides free home Internet to low-income students, its positive impact on education, and tech initiatives like the Orchard Knob project and Tech Goes Home benefiting underserved communities. Emphasizing the role of partnerships, they stress the need for universal broadband access as a driving force for positive community change ★ Support this podcast ★
In our recent podcast episode, we had the privilege of hosting Tom Kosnik, a seasoned expert in business scaling strategies. Since 1994, he has coached & consulted with hundreds of corporate leaders and organizations throughout the continental USA in effective business development using his empirical-based “Organizational Development Business Model” (ODBM). He has empowered his clients through tailor-made executive workout groups and training conferences. He's authored and published innovative educational and training manuals, mentored top corporate presidents & CEOs in better leadership and communication skills, and taught professionally accredited courses. With an insightful view of the recruiting industry, Tom delved into the challenges facing leaders in scaling their businesses. Tune in to explore Tom's invaluable insights on scaling businesses to new heights and unlocking the potential for sustainable growth. Show notes: 0:40 Insights on the Current Market 2:43 Transitioning from Manager to Coach 5:29 Culture and Management Development in Transformation 6:35 Distinguishing Between Leader, Manager, and Coach 8:37 Crafting Mentor Relationships with Employees 9:30 The Power of Transformational Conversations 12:00 Nurturing Leadership Development 14:42 Emphasizing the Significance of Reflection Connect with Tom Kosnik: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tkosnik/ Learn more about Visus Group: https://www.visusgroup.com/
In this week's episode of The Professional Homegirl Podcast, Eboné and her special guest take a captivating journey into the history of The Stroll, an iconic part of New York's landscape along West 14th Street in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. Eboné's guest, drawing from personal experience, recounts her journey from Yonkers, navigating through homelessness, and entering the realm of sex work in New York. As the episode unfolds, Eboné's guest courageously discusses not only the triumphs but also the trials, sharing her experiences with incarceration and the unique challenges faced by transgender individuals within the criminal justice system. Moreover, Eboné's guest extends the conversation beyond personal narratives, offering insightful perspectives on how the media portrays transgender individuals. Eboné's guest unveils her venture into documentary filmmaking, turning her personal experiences into a compelling storytelling medium. Emphasizing the importance of amplifying marginalized voices, her work adds depth to our understanding of The Stroll's history, illuminating the continued role of the newer generation in preserving the legacy of those who paved the way. Connect with Eboné: Read Eboné's Love Letters: www.theyalltheone.com Website: www.thephgpodcast.com Instagram: @theprofessionalhomegirl & @thephgpodcast TikTok & Twitter: @theprofessionalhomegirl Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@theprofessionalhomegirl Email: email@example.com Shop PHG: https://www.thephgpodcast.com/shopSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Recorded Live at AAPEX 2023, Service Award Winners Roy Foster, Michael Miller, and Greg Damon discuss their experiences in the automotive industry, the importance of continuous learning, and the benefits of mentorship programs. The conversation also touches on the challenges facing the industry and the importance of community involvement, training, and changing consumer perceptions. Roy Foster, Roy Foster's Automotive, Reno, NV. Roy's previous episode HERE Greg Damon, Spark's Tire and Auto, St. Charles, MO. Michael Miller, CarMax, Las Vegas, NV. Show Notes Watch Full Video AAPEX 2023 Shop Owner of the Year (00:00:01) Roy Foster's background, including his family's business legacy and involvement in industry organizations. AAPEX 2023 Technician of the Year (00:00:57) Michael Miller's experience and certifications, as well as his friendship with previous Technician of the Year, Matt. AAPEX 2023 Service Advisor of the Year (00:04:37) Greg Damon discusses his shop's involvement in the community, including an exhibit at a kids' discovery museum, and the focus on training and changing the perception of the industry. The importance of apprenticeship programs (00:12:00) Discussion about the success of the NAPA apprentice program and the commitment to investing in young people, including the Roy's sons being apprentices and the need for more young people in the automotive industry. The importance of continuous learning (00:17:25) Discussion on the importance of staying humble, continuously learning, and seeking knowledge from others in the industry. The value of training and networking (00:18:22) Emphasizing the need for shop owners to invest in their employees' training, provide resources, and encourage networking within the industry. Quality control, communication, and value in automotive repair (00:20:17) Exploration of the importance of effective communication between service writers and technicians, quality control measures, and providing value to customers through clear diagnosis and explanation of services. The mentoring program (00:24:49) Discussion about the benefits of having a mentoring program in the shop, with a mentor guiding and teaching a new technician. Increasing sales volume through mentoring (00:25:54) Exploring how having a mentoring program can increase sales volume and profitability for shop owners. Changing the perception of the industry (00:28:02) Highlighting the need to change the perception of the automotive industry as a high-tech, clean environment with opportunities for growth and advancement. The recognition of the industry's high-tech profession (00:32:41) The professionalism and high-tech nature of the automotive industry. The importance of teamwork in the automotive industry (00:33:01) The importance of having a great team of technicians and owners to succeed in the industry. Thanks to our Partner, NAPA Auto Care Learn more about NAPA Auto Care and the benefits of being part of the NAPA family by visiting https://www.napaonline.com/en/auto-care Connect with the Podcast: -Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsRadioPodcast/ -Follow on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carmcapriotto/ -Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/remarkableresultsradiopodcast/ -Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RResultsBiz -Join our Insider List:
In today's episode of the Second in Command podcast, Cameron chats with Bastian Bergmann, co-founder and COO of Solsten, an AI firm engaged in understanding human behavior in the digital world to power the future of customer experience. During the conversation, they explore the intricacies of managing globally distributed teams. Emphasizing the importance of good […] The post Ep. 334 – COO, Solsten, Bastian Bergmann appeared first on COO Alliance.
This week we explore the transformative power of grace in navigating conflicts in Matthew 7:1-6. Emphasizing the pitfalls of judgmentalism, the importance of self-awareness, and the discernment required in handling relationships—sometimes, despite efforts, reconciliation may not be possible, prompting the need for forgiveness and the liberating grace of moving forward.
The spiritual gift of prophecy is not to be confused with the call or office of a prophet. Just because someone has the gift of prophecy does not mean they are called to become God's mouthpiece. They are not the same thing. In this episode of the Vertical Relationship Show, Melia explains that the gift of prophecy is a gift from the Holy Spirit that all believers can tap into, while the calling of a prophet is an official position recognized by God. She highlights the responsibilities and challenges that come with being a prophet and emphasizes the importance of having an intimate relationship with Jesus. Chapters: 00:10 - Introduction and commitment to healing through a vertical relationship with Jesus 00:48 - Differentiating between the gift of prophecy and the office of a prophet 01:31 - Gratitude for listeners and call to support the speaker 02:08 - Warning against false prophets and misleading teachings 03:20 - Caution against asking for money and forcing God's hand 03:52 - Importance of staying in one's appointed anointing gifting 04:28 - Divine appointment and anointing for the role of a prophet 04:52 - Multifaceted role of a prophet and the challenges they face 05:15 - The office of a prophet as a supernatural ability given by the Holy Spirit 05:59 - Understanding the concept of the office call and its implications 06:28 - Personal experiences and sensitivity as a prophet 07:01 - Importance of being prepared for the backlash and spiritual warfare 07:24 - Being spiritually aligned before speaking prophetically 07:53 - Difference between the divine calling of a prophet and the gift of prophecy 08:25 - Operating in one's own gifting and supporting each other within a community 08:56 - Emphasizing unity, personal growth, and less reliance on social media 09:47 - Conclusion, gratitude, and call to support the spread of the love of Jesus Blessings xo- Exploring the Battles of Spiritual Warfare -> https://meliasprivatecourses.verticalambassador.com/spiritualwarfare Christian Counseling & Coaching -> https://meliadiana.com/our-services Melia's Books ->https://meliadiana.com/books Academy Courses -> https://meliadiana.com/vertical-relationship-academy
In the latest episode on the "She's Making an Impact" podcast, we explore the significant impact that words have on personal breakthroughs and success. This is a deep dive into how the power of words, both spoken and internalized, can shape our journey in life and business. Inspired by Bill Johnson's book "When Heaven Invades Earth," we're looking at the concept that words are more than just sounds or letters; they hold the power to shape destinies and influence outcomes in life. We're examining 4 topics in this episode: Complaining: Highlighting insights from Bill Johnson, the segment discusses how complaining can lead to unbelief and demonstrates a lack of trust in divine goodness. It emphasizes the importance of seeing complaints as opportunities for deepening faith and enhancing trust in the divine plan. Judging: This part of the episode stresses the spiritual practice of responding to pain caused by others with blessings and prayers, rather than judgment. It includes personal anecdotes and relevant scripture (Luke 6:37) to underscore the importance of compassion over judgment. Cursing: Addressing the impact of negative words, whether self-directed or from others, the discussion encourages breaking free from these harmful narratives. Emphasizing the transformative power of positive and affirming language, the focus is on overcoming the curses and negative labels that one might carry. The Power of God's Word: Citing Proverbs 18:21, this section underlines the life-altering power of divine words. It advocates for regularly speaking these words over one's life, especially during periods of uncertainty and while waiting for divine promises to materialize. 0:00 - The book that inspired this episode 2:47 - How complaining leads to unbelief 5:00 - Transforming judgment into compassion 6:33 - Breaking free from curse words spoken over yourself or that others have spoken over you 7:54 - Understanding and harnessing the power of God's Word 11:33 - Practical tips for positive speech and implementing change in your daily life Ready for more? Here are 3 ways we can help you: 1)
This week, and for the first time in over a year, the guys revisit one of their favorite topics: Cover Songs.In this 6th installment in the series, Aaron picks out three songs that creatively transform the original while Brent picks three covers that became so well-known, they overshadow the versions that came first.Emphasizing the similarities and differences between the songs, Aaron and Brent showcase both versions of each song pick which include music from The Dip, Black Stone Cherry, Soft Cell, Michael Damian and more.To hear the previous five cover song installments, listen to Episodes 3, 28, 57, 99, and 133.
This week on the Evolved Marriage Podcast, Kate and Eric discuss Sexual Connection and Communication.Topics:➡️Exploring how personal beliefs and attitudes impact sexual dynamics in relationships.➡️ The importance of open communication in expressing sexual needs and desires.➡️ Insights into the complexities of initiating sexual experiences in a partnership.➡️Emphasizing sex as an intimate, connecting experience, not an obligation.➡️ Strategies for managing periods of low sexual activity and stress.➡️ Tips for fostering consistent sexual energy and connection.Kate and Eric combine practical advice with personal experiences, guiding listeners through essential aspects of a healthy sexual relationship.CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPTJoin the FREE Evolved Men's Collective Facebook Group Apply for The Evolved Men's Collective Mastermind FREE RESOURCE - The Six Key Relationship Skills
This week, we cover the highlights of the recent Knowledge Management and Innovation for Legal Conference with our guests, Patrick DiDomenico, founder of Inspire KM Consulting and the organizer of the conference; Tanisha Little, Director of Knowledge Management at Simpson Thatcher; and Sara Miro, Director of Knowledge at Sullivan Cromwell. In a time of Generative AI Hype, the basic ideas behind Knowledge Management have never been more relevant. As much as we believe in the future of a technology that can build upon our current knowledge, how we structure and manage that knowledge will determine just how far we can go. Knowledge management has never been more important than it is today. The episode begins with an exploration of the organizational complexities behind the inaugural conference. Patrick DiDomenico shares his experiences in orchestrating the event, noting the extensive, months-long commitment it entailed, yet expressing satisfaction with the innovative elements introduced, such as breakout sessions. We then shift focus to the specific sessions led by our guests. Tanisha Little and Jennifer Mendez conducted a "KM 101" session, effectively orienting newcomers to the field. Additionally, an engaging KM Attorney Roundtable, facilitated by Sara Miro and Patrick Dundas, explored issues such as change management and the implications of generative AI. Our discussion also covers the most impactful sessions from the conference. Key highlights include Andrea Alliston's keynote on leadership amidst disruption, Jeff Rovner's presentation on succession planning, and Mark Smolik's perspective on aligning law firms with client needs. The consensus underscores the conference's comprehensive value for professionals across all levels of KM expertise. A significant aspect of the conference was the notable influx of newcomers to the KM field. Emphasizing the importance of foundational knowledge, Patrick DiDomenico notes that such conferences often attract a substantial proportion of first-time attendees. The provision of introductory content is pivotal for equipping these professionals for more advanced discussions in future gatherings. For our Crystal Ball Question, there is a unanimous agreement on the transformative potential of generative AI, foreseeing an increase in KM specialization, refined use cases, and enhanced emphasis on data curation. Nevertheless, mastering foundational KM practices, such as change management, is deemed essential for fully capitalizing on these technological advancements. The episode concludes with an optimistic outlook on the continuous growth and evolution in the field of KM. Contact Us: Twitter: @gebauerm, or @glambertThreads: @glambertpod or @gebauerm66Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: Jerry David DeCicca
Guest: Dee Bowden Episode Name: Navigating the Authorial Journey and Business Triumphs with Dee Bowden [NANOWRIMO Day 27] Episode Number: 230 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ About the guest Dee wrote Collect The Cash to teach small business owners to solve their cash flow issues. Dee has over 10 years of revenue recovery experience and wants to assist businesses to collect the cash and stop leaving money on the table. The Sale is not Complete Until The Money is in The Bank! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ In this conversation with Massiel, Dee Bowden, author of "Collect the Cash: The Sale Is Not Complete Until the Money Is in the Bank," shares her insights on the challenges and triumphs of the writing and publishing process. Emphasizing the importance of being teachable and coachable, Dee draws parallels between overcoming setbacks in writing and experiences in academics, sports, and music. She discusses her collaboration with a book coach, the personal development inherent in the authorial journey, and the significance of celebrating small victories. Dee details her book's unique concept, the "collection zone," inspired by sports psychology, offering a positive mindset for debt collection in business. She provides a glimpse into her publishing process, including classes and revisions, and invites readers to purchase personalized signed copies directly from her website. Overall, Dee's story is one of determination, resilience, and the transformative power of writing. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Additional Resources Website - www.blackheartedstudios.com Patreon Link - https://bit.ly/h2bpatreon Freebie link - https://bit.ly/h2bebook Massiel Email - email@example.com Massiel's Coach.Me site - https://www.coach.me/massielwrites Instagram - www.instagram.com/massielwrites LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/massiel-valenzuela-castaneda/ Facebook - www.facebook.com/howtowriteabookpodcast ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Are you feeling overwhelmed by your never-ending to-do list? Check out Paula, the Ultimate VA! https://pearlzconsulting11.wixsite.com/pearlz-va-services Discover the ultimate solution for regaining control with Paula, your dedicated virtual assistant. She'll help you manage your calendar, handle email, conduct research, and even mix and stitch together your podcast episodes. Don't let your to-do list overwhelm you any longer. Get started today! _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Follow Dee Dee Bowden's website - https://collectthecash.biz/ Dee Bowden's Instagram - www.instagram.com/deecollects Dee Bowden's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/deebowden/ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Like, share, or leave a review on Apple Podcasts and subscribe to our YouTube channel (Blackhearted Studios)
In this post-Thanksgiving sermon, Mark Ordus explores the transformative power of thankfulness, drawing from biblical insights in 1 Thessalonians 5:12-18. Emphasizing a year-round attitude of gratitude beyond Thanksgiving, Mark challenges us to reflect on our responses to life's challenges and highlights the biblical imperative to give thanks in all circumstances. He shares personal stories illustrating how thankfulness refocuses perspective, softens hearts, and reminds believers of God's goodness. He concludes with practical steps for cultivating a habit of thankfulness, ultimately encouraging us to make God the ultimate source of our gratitude for a life infused with joy and transformation.
What happens when your faith is running on empty? Emphasizing that the gospel is the core foundation of Christianity, this sermon explored how it serves as the lens through which believers must understand their faith. Guest preacher Brett Ripley underscored the transformative power of the gospel, urging christians to stop doing the "should's" of life. Throughout the message, we are encouraged to connect the various aspects of our lives to the gospel flywheel that gives us energy and purpose.
In this sermon, Pastor Jim delves into the profound role of being disciple-makers as an integral part of the Christian identity. Emphasizing that discipleship is a continuous, 24/7 calling for every Christian, Jim stresses that it transcends specific locations or occupations. He underscores the importance of making disciples of Jesus, rather than of a church, brand, or subculture, defining discipleship as the ongoing pursuit of following and teaching others to follow Jesus, focusing on love for God and others. The talk concludes with a challenge to reflect on the transformative impact of being a disciple-maker on one's life and Christian experience. He encourages believers to share the message of Jesus, emphasizing that the Church belongs to Him, and its foundation is unshakable. Concluding with a call to ongoing discipleship and the spreading of Jesus' message, Jim prompts the congregation to consider their willingness to be disciples and participate in the mission.
In this episode of the First Day Podcast, host Bill Stanczykiewicz, Ed.D. is joined by Dr. Dwight Burlingame, Professor Emeritus of Philanthropic Studies and Glenn Family Chair in Philanthropy at Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Dr. Burlingame, recognized as a pioneer in this field, co-authored Chapter 39 of "Achieving Excellence in Fundraising," which covers the nuances and strategies of business sector fundraising. This episode provided a comprehensive overview, illuminating the historical context, theoretical frameworks, and practical applications of corporate giving to nonprofit organizations. Historically, corporate giving has evolved significantly, influenced by various models that Dr. Burlingame and his peers have identified through extensive research since 1996. Four primary models were highlighted: corporate responsibility, ethical and altruistic, political, and stakeholder. The corporate responsibility model underscores a company's societal obligations, linking its community contributions to its core mission of profitability. The ethical and altruistic model debates the true nature of altruism in corporate giving, focusing on community well-being. The political model explores corporate giving as a means to gain political advantage, either internally within the company or externally. Lastly, the stakeholder model, which has gained popularity over the last three decades, emphasizes the importance of considering all stakeholders of a company, including customers, vendors, and employees, and how these relationships intertwine with the company's overall business strategy. The discussion also ventured into the practical realm, addressing how nonprofits can effectively approach and engage with the business sector for fundraising. Emphasizing the alignment of nonprofit missions with corporate philanthropic values, the podcast underlined the importance of developing a strategic fundraising plan that caters specifically to the business sector. This involves understanding the historical and current philanthropic activities of companies and identifying common points of contact, such as shared vendors or board members. The episode concluded with the notion that understanding and aligning with the various philanthropic motivations of businesses can greatly enhance the effectiveness of fundraising efforts in the nonprofit sector.
On a recent Thursday, former U.S. President Donald Trump shared a poignant campaign video through his various social media channels. Emphasizing the significant importance that the impending election holds for the foundational ideals of the nation, he said, 'The forthcoming election is of enormous consequence. The options unfolding next November bear immense weight: difficult circumstances, impoverishment, and vulnerability under the incumbent President, or tranquility, wealth, and resilience under the previous administration.' Mr. Trump, the nation's 45th President, pointed out, 'A scant three years prior, our nation's financial prospects flourished, the world was relatively stable, and the state of our nation was robust. It is notable that yearly income levels rose by roughly $6,000 during my presidency, while they experienced a similar decline under the current administration, which I believe is amongst the least effective in the country's history.' He went on to illustrate financial markers signifying a robust financial health during his time in office, saying 'Under my watch, a historic low was achieved as the 30-year mortgage rate touched 2.65%. Inflation was practically non-existent, and gasoline costs dipped to a budget-friendly $1.87 per gallon.'See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#479: Mastering Real Estate Success: Navigating Agent and Team Leader Roles with Emotional Intelligence Immerse yourself in this captivating podcast episode that delves into the intricate world of real estate, focusing on the distinct roles of agents and team leaders and their emotional intelligence. The conversation highlights the journey from being solely an agent to growing into a builder role, underscoring the significance of constructing substantial ventures while maintaining active involvement in production. The discussion underscores the necessity of a flexible business model, one that can adapt to meet both current circumstances and future goals. It stresses the importance of a strong value proposition, centered on identifying and addressing client needs, thereby surpassing their expectations. Real-life instances, such as aiding elderly clients with property sales or providing exhaustive listing services, exemplify the practical application of these concepts. Moreover, the podcast sheds light on the importance of understanding your target demographic, recognizing their unique challenges, and engaging with them effectively. The episode accentuates the balance between maintaining production levels and building a team, the establishment of clear objectives, and the importance of being surrounded by high-performing peers. This nurturing environment is pivotal for growth and development in the real estate industry. Listeners are encouraged to discover effective strategies for pinpointing their ideal clientele, crafting customized value propositions, and identifying optimal channels for connecting with their audience, ensuring unmatched success in the dynamic field of real estate. Emphasizing emotional intelligence three times throughout the discussion, the podcast provides key insights into leveraging personal skills for professional advancement in real estate. WHAT CAN HELP YOU? Book A Discovery Call We want to provide further value by booking a call with one of our Advisors to discover which factor could be holding you back from achieving the results that you desire and the life that you deserve. Give us 15 minutes, and we'll help you transform your business to 6 to 7-figures plus, while living an xXelerated life. We are offering this as a value add at NO cost. In this jam-packed session, we will: Review your value proposition to identify what's possible for you in the next 90 days and beyond Discuss your current marketing strategies and evaluate what's working and what is not Uncover bottlenecks that prevents you to xXelerate your business Develop an actionable plan to achieve your desired results So book a call at your most convenient time and let's talk about it! SEE OUR BEST STUFF ON SOCIAL! Home Page Facebook Instagram YouTube LinkedIn Tiktok
Welcome to Super Entrepreneurs Podcast, where the keys to success and transformative inspiration collide! In this episode, join us as we dive deep into the riveting journey of Eric Bailey, a global motivational speaker whose story from despair to dominance will leave you inspired and empowered. Gain exclusive insights into Eric's incredible path—a tale of overcoming adversities, embracing boldness, and seizing opportunities, all leading to a thriving career as a professional basketball player and a renowned mentor. Get ready to discover actionable strategies to turn motivation into impactful action and redefine your path to success! Chapter Stamps: Dash Philosophy: [00:00:00] Emphasizing the significance of the dash between birth and death dates. Bailey's Shift: [00:02:00] Transition from aspiring vet to professional basketball player. Despair to Dominance: [00:06:39] Bailey's journey from unwanted beginnings to success. Impactful Stories: [00:12:29] Bailey's narrative liberates a CEO's feelings of shame. Maximizing Life's Dash: [00:15:28] Encouraging a life lived to the fullest. Implementing Wisdom: [00:19:34] Practical advice for integrating learned content into daily life. Entrepreneurial Doubt: [00:21:55] Addressing self-doubt in entrepreneurs. Parting Motivation: [00:24:30] Emphasizing effort and outcomes in achieving aspirations. Pullout Quotes: "Dream big. Take advantage of opportunities. Your time is now. There is no tomorrow. Don't die with the song still playing in you. Be hungry." "Time waits for no one. Your idea, if you don't act on it, becomes someone else's success." "Life is about the dash. What are you doing in that dash between your birth date and your death date?" "No one with great intellect ever thought I, the little black kid, who was supposed to die, would ever play professional basketball or speak in front of millions." 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In this episode of Owned and Operated, Jack and John kick off with a positive update on Jack's flourishing plumbing department—it's doing really well, and they talk about what's been working. They also share insights on using US Census data for precise list curation in targeted marketing. Emphasizing the significance of strategic list formation, they detail how it positively impacts conversion rates. They then introduce an upcoming event at John's new headquarters designed for home service businesses aiming to break the five-million-dollar revenue mark.Give it a listen for some real talk on the home service marketing scene, tackling challenges, and picking up strategies for business growth!Discussion Highlights:Plumbing Department Triumph: The episode digs into the success of Jack's plumbing department, discussing key achievements and the strategies that propelled its impressive performance.Navigating Marketing Strategies: They share insights on navigating the competitive landscape through effective marketing strategies for home service companies, offering valuable perspectives on reaching and engaging the target audience.Operational Resilience Amid Challenges: Jack talks about how his plumbing department overcame challenges, emphasizing the importance of resilience and adaptability in the home service industry. Utilizing US Census Data: The discussion highlights the use of US Census data in list curation for targeted marketing and how leveraging this data provides detailed information on home age, value, and other demographics, contributing to more effective marketing efforts.Diversified Marketing Approaches: They explore the concept of diversifying marketing approaches, combining digital strategies with traditional methods like mailers.Breaking 5 Million Workshop: Listeners learn about an upcoming event at John's headquarters, targeting home service companies aiming for a five million revenue mark. They'll discuss building a strong business foundation, effective pricing, smart recruitment, optimizing the call center, and everything you need to elevate your home service business.Host: John Wilson: @wilsoncompaniesHost: Jack Carr: @thehvacjackSpecial thanks to our sponsor: Service Scalers: Looking to scale your home service business? Service Scalers is a digital marketing agency that drives success in PPC and LSA. Discover more growth strategies by visiting Service Scalers. Check out Owned and Operated Weekly Insights: a newsletter where John discusses topics ranging from recruiting and marketing to the growth of your home service business.Subscribe Here: https://tinyurl.com/oaopodcastDon't forget to subscribe!Youtube: @OwnedandOperatedPodcastX: @ownedoperatedcoSPOTIFY | APPLE PODCASTwww.ownedandoperated.comContact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our guest today, Dan Horgan, embodies a life shaped by a rich tapestry of experiences that span over two decades in the United States Air Force, transitioning seamlessly into diverse roles, from guarding missile fields to tactical missions in the Tactical Air Control Party (TACP). His journey continued into law enforcement, serving as a Baltimore City Police Officer, exploring a spectrum from patrols to engaging in SWAT operations, even involving the unique experience of legally procuring heroin. From there, Dan delved into the intricate domain of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions, culminating in his pivotal role as a Site Lead in Afghanistan. Settling in Texas, he found his calling at Black Rifle Coffee Company, contributing significantly to brand awareness, marketing, and social media. Beyond his professional prowess, Dan's diverse interests encompass archery, the great outdoors, and the intricate world of coffee and beer. His advocacy for veterans and authentic brand alignment showcases his resilience, adaptability, and an unyielding pursuit of excellence. Our conversation with Dan unveiled the transformative impact of his experiences, from his Presidential Honor Guard tenure to navigating the challenges of transitioning to civilian life and his evolution into the dynamic realm of marketing starting with joining the black rifle coffee company team and eventually developing his own brand Free Range Texas where he acts as a social media strategist for companies to enhance brand awareness, build trust, and grow revenue for partners. His social media services: https://www.alignable.com/san-antonio-tx/free-range-texas I. Introduction Dan Horgan's story epitomizes resilience and transformation. From his time in the Presidential Honor Guard to a successful marketing career, his journey reflects the power of experience. Dan's diverse journey highlights his military service, transitions, and thriving post-military professional life. II. The Presidential Honor Guard Experience Dan's rigorous training and encounters shaped his discipline. Social media exposure broadened his horizons and led to pivotal moments in his life. Intensive training, social media impact, memorable encounters, and handling challenges defined Dan's time in the Honor Guard. III. Transition to Civilian Life Dan's shift from military to civilian life brought unique challenges. He shares insights into the adaptation process. Dan reflects on his final military day and the challenges he faced transitioning to civilian life. IV. Career Shifts and Black Rifle His tenure at Black Rifle provided insights into hiring practices and the vibrant company culture, showcasing his growth from an assistant to a Marketing Director. Dan's journey within Black Rifle illustrates his growth and commitment, focusing on authentic marketing strategies. V. Leveraging Social Media and AI Transitioning into influencing and utilizing AI marked a transformative phase in Dan's career, emphasizing technology and human connection in marketing. Dan's shift into influencing, insights into AI in marketing, and the use of LinkedIn for networking are highlighted. VI. The Importance of Networking and Professionalism on LinkedIn Dan stresses the balance between professionalism and positivity on LinkedIn, incorporating faith and experience as key factors in online engagement. Emphasizing professionalism, faith, and experience, Dan advocates for a respectable online presence. VII. Embracing Change and Challenges Handling triggers, making meaningful connections, and advocating for veterans to embrace change and nature for healing are key aspects of Dan's experiences. Please join us in welcoming the inspiring Dan Horgan!
Mark Mellett, Founder and Director of Green Compass, with a distinguished 48-year military career, served as Chief of the Navy and Ireland's 31st Chief of Defense. He's a strategic expert, recognized for leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mark chairs the Maritime Area Regulatory Authority, leads Sage Advocacy, and is a Lifetime Fellow Council Chair at The Irish Management Institute. His research focuses on innovation, climate change, and social issues like ageism and gender equality. Notably, under his command, the Irish flag ship's crew ranked among Ireland's top 50 workplaces. Mark brings a wealth of experience and a commitment to positive change. Mark discusses modern leadership, highlighting the importance of technology, balancing doctrine with adaptability, and fostering trust through open communication. Mark addresses the challenges of the strategic landscape, emphasizing diverse teams and collaboration across sectors. As chair of Sage Advocacy, he advocates for gender balance, challenges traditional retirement norms, and stresses the wisdom of older workers. Transitioning to Green Compass, Mark underscores the urgency of addressing climate change, emphasizing the value of biodiversity. Key Takeaways: [01:28] Mark Mellett, founder of Green Compass and a seasoned military leader. Mark shares his diverse roles, from chairing the Maritime Area Regulatory Authority to leading Sage Advocacy. [04:10] Mark discusses modern leadership in 2023. He emphasizes subsidiarity and mission command for empowering young leaders. Mark talks about the crucial role of technology in decision-making and urges leaders to balance adherence to doctrine with adaptability. Mark also touches on building trust by sharing responsibility for mistakes and embracing a "black box thinking" culture of open communication. [08:56] Mark explores the challenges of the modern strategic landscape. He emphasizes the impact of information flows and technology while underlining the necessity of diverse teams. Mark discusses the complexities of managing diverse opinions and bureaucratic structures, advocating for collaboration and coalition-building. He highlights the integration of government, civil society, and the market for effective progress. Mark also talks about the importance of focusing on communication, stressing the importance of investing time in explanation for better understanding and alignment. [14:30] Mark talks about the evolving definition of "like-minded" leaders in a world of diverse opinions. He emphasizes the importance of finding common ground through dialogue and discussion, even amidst differences. Drawing from his experience in Afghanistan, Mark shares a story of breaking down silos to achieve a common goal—successful elections. Mark also shares a powerful Irish saying, "niat Kakur lekela," which means "There is no strength without you.”. [16:08] As the chair of Sage Advocacy, Mark discusses his advocacy for the rights of older people in Ireland. He emphasizes the strategic risk of gender imbalance and highlights the correlation between the gender gap and global peace. Mark addresses challenges such as aging populations and dementia. He challenges the traditional retirement model, stressing the wisdom older workers bring to the workforce. [25:20] Mark discusses Green Compass, his response to the pressing issue of climate change. He reflects on his childhood in Ireland and the drastic environmental changes he has witnessed. Emphasizing biodiversity's critical role, Mark stresses the need to assign value to it for preservation. He delves into the anthropocene, highlighting the tangible impacts, such as recent climate-related disasters claiming thousands of lives. He also touches on population forecasts and the concerning shift from a green to a gray world. Despite the challenges, Mark emphasizes the leadership responsibility to address and mitigate these issues. [33:17] Mark shares a funny anecdote from his early days as a young officer, emphasizing the importance of clear communication. The story illustrates the need for leaders to articulate expectations clearly to avoid unexpected outcomes. Mark reflects on leadership responsibilities and the value of admitting mistakes as opportunities for learning and discovery. [37:13] Closing quote: Remember, Unity is strength when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. – Mattie Stepanek Quotable Quotes: “And one further rule besides subsidiarity is nobody should feel uncomfortable in the workplace.” “The more diversity you have in your team, no matter what level, the more capacity you have to deal with complexity.” “But if you maintain a network and a framework and able to build that coalition of like-minded leaders, you may well find a solution.” “If you don't have economic security, you don't have the fuel in the tank to keep on going.” “Sometimes, people who assist in decision-making, will actually do so with a vested interest that sometimes is about disenfranchising older people.” “Sustainability is something you should be willing to punish yourself for if you don't uphold.” “Who owns biodiversity? You do. I do. We do. But when we don't put value on it, it's wasted, it's damaged, it actually becomes extinct.” “In leadership, do not step back, do everything possible to nudge and push and to cajole, to build that coalition of like-minded leaders who might not entirely agree on everything, to actually make those decisions required.” This is the book mentioned in our discussion with Mark: Resources Mentioned: The Leadership Podcast | Sponsored by | Rafti Advisors. LLC | Self-Reliant Leadership. LLC | Mark Mellett LinkedIn | Mark Mellett Website | Mark Mellett Twitter |
In this conversation, Max Gutsche, co-founder of Unifier, a content scaling platform, discusses how his platform uses AI to scale already existing content into different formats, providing a highly efficient way to repurpose knowledge. Contrary to generic AI generators, Max emphasizes the importance of starting with unique and creative knowledge and then using AI tools to spread it across different formats. He notes that investing huge amounts into unproven innovations often leads to failure, drawing an analogy with restaurants that test, refine, and settle on a successful menu. Max also stresses the importance of consistency, failure absorption capacity, and recording unique thoughts for content generation in the ever-evolving AI and marketing landscape. The discussion also covers potential legal issues with AI-generated content and predictions about the use of AI in producing web content. Max gives listeners actionable tips on: [0:00] Intro [2:00] Background of content generation with AI, how it works and benefits for a law firm [5:00] Where does the AI controversy come in [8:35] Downfalls or potential issues with not well done AI content [10:43] What the hallucination is in ChatGPT [12:00] Complications of doing this well [13:40] What other legal issues are at stake [16:25] Where do you see this heading [28:45] Max's book review [31:25] Emphasizing the idea of failure and how you react [34:25] One big takeaway from this episode Resources mentioned in this episode: How Innovation Works by Matt Ridley Connect with Max here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maximiliangu/ https://www.unifire.ai/ Connect with me Instagram Pinterest Facebook Twitter Karin on Twitter Karin on LinkedIn Conroy Creative Counsel on Facebook https://conroycreativecounsel.com
In this episode, we delve into the challenges of “Thanksgiving while vegan." Key Topics: 1. Thanksgiving Travel Trends:*Discussion about the increase in travel during Thanksgiving week in the US, with reference to AAA's estimates and the kickoff of the holiday season in the US. 2. A Halloween Perspective: Michele shares her hot take on Halloween. 3. Thanksgiving Reflections: Personal reflections on the significance of Thanksgiving, especially in light of the isolation experienced in 2020 due to the pandemic. 4. Navigating Veganism During Thanksgiving: - Insights from vegan-oriented Facebook boards. - Confusion between vegan and plant-based diets. - Importance of understanding and or tolerating individual approaches to veganism .5. Michele's Advice for Thanksgiving Hosts: - Suggestions for making vegan guests feel welcome, focusing on simple modifications to traditional dishes. - Emphasizing the need for inclusivity and consideration in menu planning. 6. Dealing with Challenges: - Handling confrontations or misunderstandings about veganism during family gatherings. - Encouraging empathy and understanding towards different dietary choices. 7. Closing Thoughts: - Reflections on the broader implications of veganism. Conclusion:"The Vegan Arrives when the omnivore or pre-vegan is ready." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Plant Based / Vegan Life Coaching. If you've ever thought that avoiding or eliminating animal products would be a great idea, but you didn't know where to start, this Podcast is for you. For more information, to submit a question or topic, or to book a free 30 minute Coaching session visit micheleolendercoaching.com or email email@example.com “Buy Me A Coffee” Donate Button Facebook page Instagram Music, Production, and Editing by Charlie Weinshank. For inquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org Virtual Support Services: https://proadminme.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vedgeyourbest/message
Joysee Cartagena's coworkers at JetBlue know something is awry when she fails to log in for work—a complete break from her reliable character. Soon after, her lifeless body is found in her home in Sanford, Florida, a zip tie around her neck igniting a slew of investigative questions. Joseph Scott Morgan and Dave Mack dissect the intricacies of Joysee's perplexing death, weaving together cutting-edge forensic science with real-world implications. The hosts explore everything from forensic markers like ligatures and Tardieu spots to the complex relationship dynamics between Joysee and her boyfriend, Joel Bauza. As they delve into the timeline, scrutinize the evidence, and discuss the eventual charges, their unwavering goal remains: to shed light on the truth behind Joysee's untimely death. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Time codes: 00:00:00 — Joseph Scott Morgan introduces the complexities of death investigation. The discussion opens with abnormal elements that investigators often encounter. 00:01:40 — Joe delves deeper into the relevance of zip ties in an ongoing case in Sanford, Florida. He details their significance in the overall forensic investigation. 00:03:20 — Dave Mack introduces the story of Joel Bauza and Joysee Cartagena. He portrays Joysee as a caring individual who always put others first, while Joel appears financially dependent on her. 00:04:40 — Joysee's work history and her job at JetBlue are discussed. Dave reveals how important her career was to her. 00:05:00 — The red flag goes up when Joysee misses work. Her coworkers' immediate concern sets the stage for the investigation. 00:05:40 — Emphasizing the importance of timelines in death investigations, Joseph Scott Morgan argues that every minute counts when piecing together the facts. 00:07:42 — Morgan brings up the uncommon circumstances surrounding Joysee's death. The atypical nature of the case required extra attention from detectives and crime scene techs. 00:09:08 — Dave discusses the zip tie and signs of a struggle. He lays out potential scenarios that could explain Joysee's untimely death. 00:10:39 — Suicide as a possible result of a domestic dispute is pondered. It's a heartbreaking thought, yet critical to the investigation. 00:11:11 — Joe Scott instructs on letting the environment of a crime scene "speak" to the investigator. He warns against being influenced by others present. 00:16:00 — The importance of leaving a ligature in place at a crime scene is brought to light. It's a detail that can have far-reaching implications. 00:17:40 — Morgan questions why the ligature was not removed in Joysee's case. The unanswered action hints at a potential suspect. 00:19:00 — Joe Scott explains the process of proving a suicide and emphasizes the importance of treating all deaths as homicides until proven otherwise. 00:23:00 — Dave points out delays in the criminal justice process. 00:25:00 — The physical evidence, particularly multiple abrasions on Joysee's body, is dissected. Joe Scott posits that these suggest a struggle. 00:30:13 — Joseph Scott Morgan introduces the topic of ligatures, which are often seen in hangings. He provides an insight into the presence of Tardieu spots, a specific type of petechiae, and how they appear in cases of strangulation. 00:33:21 — The hosts discuss the pressure points on a zip tie during strangulation and how they can be traced post-mortem. 00:37:20 — Addressing mental health, Joseph Scott Morgan acknowledges listeners struggling with suicidal thoughts, provides the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline number, and emphasizes the importance of seeking help.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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