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I got to interview Amy Rasdal. Amy Rasdal, traded her corporate job for consulting 15 years ago and makes more money than most executives. She works and plays every day. Amy founded Billable at the Beach® to liberate 6-figure earners by helping them build 6-figure consulting businesses. We spoke about: Her journey to now. What motivates her. Weaknesses she turned into strengths. Advice for the audience. And much more. This episode is sponsored by Nova Zora Digital experts in digital marketing. *Disclaimer: The views and opinions on Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience are those of the guest's alone as their own, and the host's alone as his own. Information provided by the guest is fact checked to the best of our abilities. By providing background information to the show, the guest acknowledges that it is as accurate as possible. The show does not endorse, promote, or is in association with the guest's business interests.* --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roman-prokopchuk/support
Seth Kniep has a remarkable entrepreneurship origin story. He found himself working at Apple, leading a 20-person team of tech support advisors. But he was miserable, working as a cog in the world's most valuable company. Fascinated with an idea, he went about doubling one dime 20 times. He shared his vision with random strangers & asked them to double his dime. He turned it into $400, just by asking. Discouraged, $24,000 in debt, and living the death-by-paycheck cycle, Seth believed in a better future for himself & his family. He poured his heart into learning online eCommerce. In 2016, Just One Dime was born, based in Austin. He began teaching & training people how to sell on Amazon. He's trained multiple students to become Amazon eCommerce millionaires. Amazon even flew him to its Seattle HQ for his consultation on improving their third-party platform. Now his company builds Amazon stores for people who don't have time to do it on their own. It's a turnkey service, and they share the revenue. Seth has recruited & leads a team of over 100 at Just One Dime. In this 20-minute conversation, he reveals how he puts a Rockstar in every seat.
In today's episode, Andy, DJ & Tommy discuss Democrats rallying behind Hillary Clinton for the 2024 presidential race, Nike preparing to fire all unvaccinated employees on January 15th and the article in Self magazine promoting obesity as a healthy future of fitness.
*Our "After" episodes may be for mature audiences and are tagged "Explicit Language" and may actually contain explicit language. Please consider this if listening with children. In this special release episode of GrishaCast: After, episode 100.5, Eric welcomes staff member and friend Michelle. After Eric asks Michelle, a few get-to-know-you questions, they take a dive into becoming the Grishaverse's very own astrologists by assigning Zodiac signs to some of the main characters we have read about. Followed by another fun game where they imagine the characters in the Grishaverse having 40 hours per week employment in our world and discuss what they think these characters would be clocking in as weekly. They conclude with a few rounds of "What if"? and confirm beginning "The Lives of Saints" on February 4, 2022. Make sure to read the first four stories. Email your comments and thoughts on the predictions to eric @ grishacast.com. You can also watch this video on our YouTube channel. Search "GrishaCast"
LLN (1/14/22) – A mistaken announcement from Canadian officials about a vaccine mandate has been reversed and corrected, leaving many truckers confused – and upset. We'll offer some straight facts and clear up some confusion. Also, it's a stressful time of year, and you have a stressful job. Dawn Harrison of Rolling Strong offers some tips on how to bring your stress levels down, whether you're out on the road or back at home. And who is an employee, and who is an independent contractor? That's not an uncommon question. However, in his travels, Marty Ellis has run into a rather unique example. 0:00 – Newscast. 09:43 – Bringing the stress levels down. 23:55 – Employee or independent contractor. 38:34 – Correcting a Canadian conundrum.
Brian Peterson is a a multidisciplinary creator supporting, connecting, and empowering organizations through strategic design. Brian's background is in fine arts with a brief stint in animation/illustration. His path to design has taken him through freelance visual design, to a founding team startup, to the design studio at Funsize. Currently, he leads design teams at Affirm, where he works to bring honest financial products to the world.Brian is a strong believer in collaboration and he sees design as a vehicle for connecting people and transforming organizations. When not thinking about design management, operations, methodologies, etc., Brian likes to build worlds through drawing.In this episode we cover:Design managementIndividual contributorsGrowthManagementDesign operationsLeveling upAnd more!Visit the Funsize websiteSubscribe to The Funsize Digest
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I'm joined by former Tesla employee Farzad Mesbahi to discuss Tesla's competitive advantage, culture, innovation, TSLA stock price, Starlink, and more. Farzad Mesbahi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/farzyness Farzad Mesbahi on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/farzyness Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 01:50 - When are where Farzad Mesbahi worked at Tesla 03:45 - What was it like when first joining Tesla? 07:50 - The one thing that most people don't know about Tesla 10:43 - Tesla's biggest competitive advantage 13:28 - Tesla's biggest weakness 16:20 - Elon Musk management style 20:55 - How was employee morale during 2018 crisis? 24:05 - Employees seeing massive TSLA stock price rise 28:40 - Elon Musk leaked emails 32:30 - TSLA stock price prediction, expectation 36:29 - When does Tesla become most valuable company in world? 38:43 - Tesla cash generation scenario 44:15 - Starlink underrated? 52:05 - Conclusion Social
NTD News Today—1/13/2022 1. Inflation Hits 39-year High 2. Inflation Hits Businesses and Customers 3. McCarthy: Jan. 6 Panel Is an 'abuse of Power' 4. Defying Mandate, 2 Army Commanders Relieved 5. Fed Agency Makes List of Religious Exemptions
Employees and company executives must share the responsibility of preventing burnout. As business owners we often don't realize the strain we put on our employees and the actions we task them with. In this episode, Josh Douglas with WorkHappy helps us break down 3 main reasons why employee's get burned out, how we can prevent it, and what way's we can help them further succeed and feel fulfilled in their roles at your company. Watch the episode on PCA Overdrive PCA Overdrive is free for members. Not a member? Try our 30-day, free trial; $5.99/mo after. Download the app on the Apple Store or Google Play. Become a PCA member
Today we share audio from the Kustomer Now conference hosted by Matt Chabrier, Regional Sales Director at Kustomer, and he speaks with Aziz Razakov, Associate General Manager at MoneyLion, a FinTech startup. We discuss his role in customer loyalty and what changes the past year and a half have brought his company, such as a 24/7 support line, increased channels customers can contact through, increasing the visibility of how customers can contact them, and creating a more seamless internal complaint process. Response time is super important to customers and the quicker you respond, the higher customer service scores will be. 5 things to improve the customer experience: Response time, proper tools, self service functionality, partnership, and data analysis. What he has seen change while at MoneyLion 3:35What role he plays in product and customer loyalty 6:19Changes the last year and a half have brought 7:26Using AI and chatbots bots 9:47Advice for rolling out this process 16:41Responsiveness and channel type 20:35Other tools that CX leaders ought to know about 23:50What the future looks like 27:07“We've taken the time to continuously improve the chatbot by adding more content, adding more functionality where the chatbot is not just spitting out FAQs, but is actually dipping into the database, making changes, and servicing the customer, and it's been a huge success. I'd say through our chat channel we're able to mitigate at least 50% of our contacts, which is huge.” 10:56https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewchabrier/https://www.linkedin.com/in/aziz-razakov-0673b793/
Are you ready to decrease your weekend workload, but also grow your business and bottom line? Our expert guest, Emily, of Anna Delores Photography joins me on this episode to help you reach your full earning potential by sharing her knowledge about hiring an associate team. If you want to be more than an employee in your business and step into the CEO role, then hit play to dive in! About Emily Loeppke: Emily Loeppke is the founder of Anna Delores Photography and a wedding industry educator who empowers fellow creatives to grow their businesses (and profits) by hiring an associate team. Anna Delores (named after Emily's grandmothers) is now a team of five photographers serving over 50 couples every year for their California wedding celebrations. Emily's vision for other wedding photographers is excellence in both aesthetic details and business acumen in order to achieve a healthy, thriving entrepreneur life. SHOW NOTES: https://darcybenincosa.com/play-it-brave/marketing/growing-with-associates-emily-loeppke
Themes from Josh's interview: Owning the business saved his life What manufacturing is like Firing all but 1 employee (who spoke little English) Reducing the product line from 2000 SKUs Rebuilding a business with limited resources Reach Josh at:Quality Cage
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7Q7J8f1F6o Key Talking Points Team apathy- Is the owner being disengaged or having burnout? Maya Angelou quote - “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” If we don't care how the other person feels, we have failed. Showing you care with customers and employees Leadership role- make the people your passion Engagement survey- is there someone at work that encourages my development? Does my supervisor care about me as a person? Think about the last time you had an engaged server at a restaurant- how did that make you feel? What are your employee roadblocks? How can you remove that roadblock for them? How are you doing? How are we doing? How is the company doing? Performance management instead of reviews High priority interrupts- addressing and correcting issues immediately Hiring process-12 step process, 3-6 weeks, meetings, writing assignments, discussions. Are you passionate about customers? How have you wowed a customer? How did you make an upset customer, happy? DISC assessment. Connect with the show: http://aftermarketradionetwork.com (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners: This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It's time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry's leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at https://getshopware.com/ (getshopware.com) Are you seeing auto shops in your area get hundreds of 5-star Google reviews and are you feeling left behind because your shop only has a few? Hey look, Broadly is your answer to getting more online reviews. With more reviews, your business will rank higher in search results — and that means more customers coming into your shop every day. Broadly helps you automatically request reviews so that your customers can promote your business with just one click. When you immediately ask for a review after service, when the experience is still fresh in their mind, you're more likely to get a 5-star positive review. Plus, asking for feedback makes your customer feel valued and more connected to your business. Isn't that what you want a connected customer? See how Broadly can help grow your auto shop. Visit http://www.getbroadly.com/chat (www.getbroadly.com/chat) to learn more. The Panel Jack Curran, G & C Tire and Auto Service, two locations, Chantilly and Manassas, VA. Listen to Jack's previous episode https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22jack+curran%22 (HERE) Jim Hayes joined the United States Army after High School where he served with elements of the Intelligence and Special Forces communities. After completing his goals in the Army, he moved to the Monterey Peninsula, where he turned his focus toward becoming a golf professional. As a member of the PGA, Jim held the title of Manager of Instruction for the Pebble Beach Golf Academy, where he taught golf to individuals from around the world. True to form, after achieving what he set out to accomplish in the world of golf, Jim transitioned to the automotive industry, where he currently serves as General Manager of Pacific Motor Service. Listen to Jim's
Can we create effective leaders with AI? Carolyn Peer and Mike Sipple Jr. share the answer on this episode of the Talent Magnet Leadership Podcast. Carolyn is the CEO and co-founder of Humaxa, and an award-winning human capital management industry luminary. She uses Humaxa - a machine learning-powered employee engagement and performance platform - to connect feedback with actions, through meaningful AI conversations. Carolyn and Mike explore what Humaxa can do for companies and why it is a tool for the future, in this intriguing conversation. Humaxa functions like a helpful assistant, that helps solve problems within the workforce and empowers employees. The program gathers workforce data via anonymous conversations, and immediately offers solutions to the individual who's talking to Humaxa. It's main function is to reduce the time taken for an employee to receive feedback, to zero. [3:22] "A lot of the research that we did before building anything, was looking at how willing people would be to communicate with a computer," Carolyn stresses. What she found was that people were more willing to communicate with a computer because of the level of anonymity, and because they didn't feel judged whilst voicing their opinions. She and her company used that concept to empower both the employee and the employer. [5:54] Humaxa works as an early detection system, and lets leaders know when there are problems that need to be addressed, such as employees feeling like their voices are not being heard. Humaxa fills those gaps by offering strategies based on what the program deems the best solution, and what each individual wants and needs at that particular time. [10:03] Humaxa anonymously alerts managers when something isn't quite right within the organization. This opens up an opportunity for a conversation on what issues at that time need to be addressed. Even if a conversation doesn't happen, the manager is still aware that something is wrong. "Being able to have those live anonymous conversations with employees based on how they feel is a way to really get into the root cause; not just how they feel but why," Carolyn expresses. [14:19] Humaxa allows leaders to organize their teams however they desire. The one thing Carolyn cautions leaders against, is having too many matrix teams. "As long as there are at least eight people in a group, the data is anonymized and you can look at the detailed analysis for just that team," she adds. [20:26] The long feedback process of employee surveys prompted Carolyn to come up with a solution that was more immediate, more meaningful for the workforce, and that would also benefit the company. This is why she created Humaxa. [21:38] Employees have most of the answers as they are the individuals who deal with the customers the most and converse with each other the most. Leaders need to be able to respond faster, quicker, more efficiently and validate that they are listening. [25:22] Carolyn's closing remarks are a reminder that Humaxa is not a replacement for manager-to-employee communication, but rather simply a tool to augment those conversations so that managers and employees know what to talk about, and how to get ahead of any problem that may be brewing. [26:54] Resources Mike Sipple Jr. | LinkedIn Carolyn Peer | LinkedIn | Twitter Humaxa
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You get a scary-looking letter in the mail. The gist: "Pay us now or stop playing music in your gym!" Is it legit? Are they watching you? The truth is that's the smallest of mines gym owners must navigate on the legal battleground of gym ownership. Matt Becker knows firsthand. He's a gym owner, laywer and founder of gymlawyers.com, and here, he joins Chris Cooper to answer your top questions about the legalities of gym ownership.P.S. Coop's new book is out! For everything you need to start and scale a fitness business, get your copy of "Start a Gym" here.Links: Gym LawyersGym Owners UnitedTimeline:2:42 – ASCAP and music licensing fees. Are they legit? 10:36 – Do you need an AED on-site? What about training to use it?15:59 – All about waivers. What do they protect gym owners from? What don't they? What should you absolutely have on yours? 21:16 – Why you need incident reports on hand.23:19 – Leases and escape clauses.30:37 – Noncompetes and non-solicits: What they are and whether they're reasonable. 34:41 – Employees vs. independent contractors: rules and language to look out for.42:46 – When a noncompete clause invalidates an entire contract — and when it's actually valid.45:57 – Non-solicits: Should you have one?49:16 – When to seek help from an attorney.
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If you want your employee to remain loyal and generate results that go above and beyond, don't miss this episode! Nina Ferraro reveals the secrets to assist your real estate business in building successful individual careers while reaching meaningful lifestyles. Key takeaways to listen for 07:54 How to create a system that increases work productivity 13:20 4 steps to increase workforce productivity 16:56 The importance of effective communication in the workplace 18:38 Why your team is not productive? 22:18 What happens when your people are dissatisfied with your company? About Nina Ferraro Nina helps individuals, teams, and companies operate at peak levels. Nina excels at helping people develop their short- and long-term vision - “Boldly Blueprint”, creates a detailed plan of action-” Boldly Building Blocks”, and then methodically coaches them to put that plan into productive action by the very next day- “Boldly Go Productivity Methodology”. She created a Boldly Go Productivity Methodology that teaches someone how to produce at their highest level, work at the right times for their brain and body, reduce stress and anxiety, without neglecting their overall well-being. Understanding this methodology and being disciplined to live it out in one's life or the workplace will bring any person, team, or company to the next level. Connect with Nina Website: Boldly + Co. Connect with Us Want to learn more about real estate investing? Visit Integrity Holdings Group to sign up for our 7 Day Passive Real Estate Investing Course (it's free)!
Is your Vision Polarizing? Does it help decide who is in and who is out? Well, let's talk about that today. Good morning friends, Thomas Joyner here with Business on Purpose. At the end of every year, we ask business owners to write a letter to their teams. They highlight things like where you've been, where you're going, and how grateful they are for the team. One of the key pieces is always Vision for the next year. And we'll get into the why here in just a minute. So, a couple of weeks ago, one of my clients did just this. Spent hours writing his letter to his team. They had a great year! And are positioning themselves for another great year. So, he laid it all out… the vision for the next year. How much work they had on the books, who they were as a business, the accountability they would put in place to keep the bar high, and the reward for the team if they reach their goals. Even his wife came home after reading it all fired up, saying that she wanted to sign up to work for the team after having the letter read to her. 3 days later, 3 employees came in and quit. Why? Because the vision was so clear, so polarizing that they decided it wasn't what they wanted to be a part of. They decided it wasn't where they were heading and so they left. Now, you may be thinking to yourself. Ouch! That stings! You put all this work in and your team up and quits on you. Should have been more vague…should have made it easier to hear and lowered the bar. Are you kidding me? Not. At. ALL!!! The business owner called me more pumped up than I've heard him in over a year. I know exactly where we're headed and our entire team is on board. This is the first time I've known we were all pulling the same direction in years! He was absolutely floored… even though his team had shrunk by about 20 percent. Because he knew, that these guys would have fought him all year long and probably robbed his team of performance, profitability, and morale every day that they came to work. That's why we work so hard on Vision. It's polarizing. It separates those who want to be there and those who don't. It sets the destination and the standard and then allows people on your team to make a decision for themselves, which is a service to them even if they don't know it! I've never been more proud! Because it energized the business owner, and the rest of his team, to go out and do what they are uniquely equipped to do! That's a powerful vision. So, if I was to sit down and listen to your vision for your business or team. How polarizing and clear would it be? If you were describing the destination to me, would it be something like this? “Well, we're gonna head up to the northeast and find a town that we're kind of excited about. We may drive fast, but it may take us another day or two to get there. That's ok, though. At least we'll be in the vicinity?” No! You could arrive somewhere you don't want to be! But if it's the city, the neighborhood, the street, the address, the room inside that house or building. Your team can decide if they're on board or not! It's not vague in any way, but crystal clear. And here's the beautiful thing about it. If the team comes to you halfway through the year and says, but we didn't know this is what we were signing up for, you can hold them accountable. You can say, grab your letter I gave you in December that outlined where we're going. I even took the time to write it down for you so you wouldn't forget. And retrain to hold accountable. That's powerful! Imagine how exciting it would be to arrive at your destination a year from now. Or even to slightly miss it, but to be able to look back and say, well, we're way closer than we would have been had we not written it down, shared it and planned for how to get there! That's Vision that changes you. It's powerful, polarizing, and transformative. And that's the vision you want for your team. Anything less opens the door for chaos to creep back in and for your ceiling as a business to get lower and lower and lower. So take time to revisit your polarizing vision today. It's so so worth it. Thanks! Have a great day
On today's episode, we are joined by Doug Carter, CEO at Ironside Human Resources to discuss the shift toward travel nursing and what healthcare employers can do to recruit and retain their talent. He highlights employment trends, how to combat burn-out, competitive wages, and more.This podcast is sponsored by Ironside Human Resources.
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Episode 101: Chris Freeman is an experienced real estate investor with $20M in assets under management. His 20 years of real estate investment has focused exclusively on multifamily apartment buildings that can generate immediate cash flow. Over 26 years, he has been fortunate to experience financial success through high-tech sales and sales leadership. Working with companies like Juniper Networks, CIENA, Lucent, and Citrix, he has learned how to achieve a high level of performance in sales while re-deploying a portion of his commissions into cash flow generating real estate. Through a consistent process over time, Chris has created enough passive income to replace his high-tech sales income. This success had inspired Chris to create High Tech Freedom Capital and help his peers achieve their own personal success.For today's episode we will cover: [ 00:00 - 6:00] Opening Segment.Getting to know Chris Freeman. [ 6:00 - 13:11 ] The power of diversification.Being careful with the stock market.The history of the 401K.Lifestyle changes after retiring. [ 13:11 - 20:57 ] Maintaining a W2 and building a businessMaintaining the W2 while building passive income.Advice for people who have a W2 and building passive income.Keeping an eye on operators and investors.Operating a small business vs being a W2 employee. [ 20:57 - 26:12 ] The insides of operating a small businessHaving a partner from another generation.The importance of having business partners.Self managing everything in the beginning.Don't start in the single family space.Relying on partners. [ 26:12 - 33:21 ] Mistakes made as a small business ownerHaving high attention to detail.Creating a system in place.The importance of networking.Taking every opportunity. [ 33:21 - 40:56 ] Investing in multi-family as a tech professionalWhy tech professionals should be a passive investor.Finding the opportunity cost. [ 40:56 - 43:46 ] Hightech freedom podcastWhat the podcast is all about.Being able to provide information. [ 43:46 - 49:17 ] Closing segmentRapid fire questions for Chris.Final words from everyone.Tweetable Quotes: SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-START REVIEW as we create a lifetime of wealth and financial freedom through multifamily investing! Invest with us! Check out Blue Oak Investments Cody on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram John on LinkedIn and Facebook Brian on LinkedIn and Facebook #SuccessfulMindset#Smallbusiness#B
Michael and Brad kick off season 7 by spotting the red flags in a dental deal gone (almost) wrong. Tune in as we discuss independent contractors from a legal perspective and why you should pause when you see this type of agreement.Visit our website www.byrdadatto.com to learn more and to subscribe to the ByrdAdatto newsletter. Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on the ByrdAdatto family. Finally, subscribe to our YouTube channel for short videos on breaking developments and interesting business and health care compliance topics.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ByrdAdatto/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ByrdAdattoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/byrdadattolaw/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/byrdadattoYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VSOw0W5lrrj4iIl1HxTbg
Tech sales is an industry with a surprisingly high turnover due to the lack of sufficient training. A better system for finding the right candidates and providing adequate training will help business owners find employees who are in it for the long run and ready for more fulfilling careers. Today's guest, Joseph Fung from Uvaro specializes in making this whole process easy and effective for business owners and employees. Tune in to hear more about the process of finding the right employees for your company and how to keep them long-term. About our guest: Joseph Fung is the founder of Uvaro, a company that creates a better way to grow careers. He is known for his skills and knowledge in Entrepreneurship, SEO, Business Development, User Interface Design, Web Development, Startups, and others. On Today's Episode: Where Joseph sees himself on his own entrepreneurial journey-2:23 The importance of pushing boundaries in business for growth. -4:48 Recognizing boundaries in business and chances to bring your A-game. -6:23 How to improve the process of meetings to make them more effective. -10:44 The series of events that have made the biggest impact on Joseph's career as an entrepreneur. -13:05 What a good business coach can do for you. -16:05 The process Joseph's company uses to find the right people and train them to perform and succeed. -18:50 The power of forming a peer group or network when job searching and how Joseph provides that for his customers. -23:15 The difference between direct hires for companies and Uvaro members. -26:11 ● How Uvaro gives members an advantage when transitioning into the tech industry. -28:17 The new set of problems businesses are seeing and what we need to pay attention to. -30:27 How Joseph defines success in his business. -32:45 Key Takeaways: As entrepreneurs, sometimes we need to strategically pump the breaks so that the outcome is stronger, especially when hiring. Paying extra attention to the details will help you focus on the qualities you need in an ideal candidate. To have more effective team meetings, go into them with a specific outcome in mind and plan accordingly. This will help you stay on task and complete the meeting in a timely manner. Sometimes it's the negative interactions that make you a better entrepreneur and leader because they end up being learning experiences. A network or circle can be a huge benefit for your employees because they get support and build long-lasting careers. As entrepreneurs, we must pay attention to societal or economic realignments going on in the world so that we can adjust and come up with new opportunities. Empowering our employees to succeed is a key component of retention. Pushing boundaries and finding new ways to do things is a great way to do this. [4:51] “I like to play with those edges and push those boundaries. Sometimes you fall, but sometimes you surprise yourself with greatness.” How do you inspire greatness in your employees? Tell us in the comments, and don't forget to say hello if you would like to share your entrepreneurship story on our podcast. Connect with Joseph Fung: Website: https://uvaro.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uvaro.life Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephfung Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uvaro.life/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephfung Follow Beyond 8 Figures: Website: Beyond8Figures.com Twitter: @beyond8figures Facebook: Beyond 8 Figures Instagram:@b8fpodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Insights Lab: Website: https://insightslab.ai/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheInsightsLab/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/insightslab.ai/ Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/insightslab-ai/
Today's episode brings you the latest edition of the Business is Messy Series and the first of 2022! Brian Nolan, Managing Partner of NCG and Kevin Nolan, CEO of Nolan Painting & Partner at NCG, come together to discuss the ever present challenges businesses are continuing to face and the current happenings at Nolan Painting! From snow storms, to labor shortages, continuing Covid impacts, sales rate challenges and more, we must remember to keep expecting the unexpected. This year is already looking like one for the books!
The catch 22 question is - How important are employees to an organization, how sacred is the work culture for its long-term growth and sustenance, and then, what should be important to the shareholders. Is it just its monetary value or is there more to it... Tune in!
Hey CX Nation,In episode #152 of The CXChronicles Podcast we welcomed Sam Ruben, Chief Sustainability Officer at Mighty Buildings, based in Oakland, California. Sam Ruben brings a sustainability and innovation focus to everything he does. He is passionate that today's organizations consider sustainability as a core aspect, not merely as a moral principle but as an avenue towards an improved bottom line and increased brand value and overall customer & employee experiences.Sam worked with the Bay Area Climate Collaborative to develop a marketing plan to encourage fleet managers to buy EVs; helped the City of Berkeley launch its Open Data Portal, including developing focus groups and other community outreach strategies and attention-grabbing infographics; and developed an operations plan for a sustainable seaweed farm for Olazul which has since spun off a for-profit entity to bring the seaweed to market.His work has resulted in savings of more than (pay attention to these KPIs below):• $9,720,343• 19,298,227 kWh of Electricity• 51,133,599 gallons of Water• 21,045 therms of Natural Gas• 5,970 tons of Waste• 834,953 metric tons of CO2Sam and Adrian also chat through The Four CX Pillars: Team, Tools, Process & Feedback to share some of the tips & tricks that have worked for Mighty Buildings as they've built & grown their business & team across the world.**Episode #152 Highlight Reel:**1. Building sustainable, high-quality, 3D printed homes to help save the environment 2. Constructing a diverse, skilled, international team of SME's to create a distinct advantage 3. What's the point of collecting all of the data in the world if you don't know how to share it? 4. Why webbing and stitching your CX/CS strategy together is a team sport 5. How unlocking your customer's passion points can change the world!Huge thanks to Sam for coming on The CXChronicles Podcast and featuring his work and efforts in pushing the sustainable, 3D printed housing & development space into the future.Click here to learn more about Sam RubenClick here to learn more about Mighty BuildingsIf you enjoy The CXChronicles Podcast, please stop by your favorite podcast player and leave us a review. This is the easiest way that we can find new listeners, guests and future CX'ers & Customer Success professionals to tune into our weekly customer focused business leader show. Be sure to grab a copy of our book "The Four CX Pillars To Grow Your Business Now" on Amazon & check out the CXChronicles Youtube channel for videos of all of our episodes, they're actually starting to stack up! Reach out to CXC at INFO@cxchronicles.com for more information about how we can help your team make customer happiness a habit!Support the show (https://cxchronicles.com/)
Give us a call - 888-723-4630 Send us an email - firstname.lastname@example.org visit us at ebay.com/podcast Welcome to eBay for Business! This week, Griff revisits eBay seller and eBay employee Stephen Weller to get an update on how his business is going. And Rebecca returns to help answer seven questions on changing payment options, visual search, uploading a return label, and filtering our undesired results from a keyword search. To have your questions answered on our eBay for Business podcast, call us at 888 723-4630 or email us at email@example.com. To give us feedback, please take our podcast listener survey at (https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast) 00:01 - Intro 03:07 - Check in w/ eBay Employee and Seller Stephen Weller 09:40 - Q&A and Outro New links for Ep 173 eBay Help Pages for Return Label Options - https://ebay.to/3q6ogUh Payment Options Page (sign in required) - https://ppcapp.ebay.com/myppc/wallet/list Keyword search (video games lot) without excluded words - https://ebay.to/3HMifSN Keyword search (video games lot) with excluded words (pick,choose,choice) - https://ebay.to/3zD1DtX eBay Sellers Stores mentioned: Stephen Weller's eBay Store - https://www.ebay.com/str/subliminalsuzi Recurring Links / Phone Numbers / Hashtags Mentioned: 888-723-4630 - Call in Line eBay Seller News Announcements - ebay.com/announcements eBay Community - ebay.com/community eBay Weekly Community Chat - ebay.com/communitychat eBay Help - ebay.com/help/home eBay Meetups - ebay.com/meetups Managed Payments on eBay - ebay.com/payments eBay for Business Podcast - ebay.com/podcast eBay Seller Center - ebay.com/sellercenter eBay Seller Hub - ebay.com/sh eBay System Status - ebay.com/sts explore.ebay.com facebook.com/eBayForBusiness eBay for Business Podcast Listener Survey - https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast #ebaypodcast
In today's episode, Jim and Tyson chat with the CEO of Iron Tech Security, Tom Kirkham! They dive into the journey of cyber security defense systems and educate and encourage organizations to establish a security-first environment with cyber security training programs to prevent successful attacks. If you've been thinking about how secure your law firm is, check out this week's episode.With over 40 years of experience, Tom is the creator of Iron Tech Security. A managed services provider offering IT services to law firms. It's an all-in type of service providing a maximum relentless cyber security program.3:03 structure7:27 security team9:55 Ransome wear attack16:10 encrypted email service19:49 recognize your threats20:13 cost to protect your law firm22:12 protect your privacy24:20 be proactiveJim's Hack: Check out the Book, Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking by Jonathan Acuff. It's all about the messages we repeat to ourselves over and over.Tom's Tip: If you want a deep dive into the topic of cyber security, check out these two books. This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyberweapons Arms Race by Nicole Perlroth and my book, The Cyber Pandemic Survival Guide, that you can pre-order now.Tyson's Tip: Check out Tile. It's one of the easiest ways to find lost items. Never lose anything. Tile can locate items like your cell phone quickly.Watch the podcast here.Join the Guild: www.maxlawguild.comMaxLawCon 2022 Tickets are Live: www.maxlawcon2022.com
Rochester Business Connections Episode #90 w/ Eric Dodds, President of Wild Water Fly Fishing - Keep In Touch With Eric... Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-dodds-955a2612/ Website: https://www.wildwaterflyfishing.com/ - Watch The Full Episode: https://youtu.be/CGCNSmsvWIM - Listen on… Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6GIUXbsHXx0OSgPFED1sg8?si=2eOy5F8sQLm6JR2vHOUuIw Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rochester-business-connections/id1537115928 – Follow me… Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/balbertmarketing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realbenalbert Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/balbertmarketing – RBC is made possible by https://www.balbertmarketing.com
The non-Christian world can paint a vision of capitalism wherein the owner or the boss rules over the workers – exacting from them the maximum of energies in the most efficient way possible for the maximum profit. Is this the vision that God has for our work? In its landmark document from 2011, the Catholic Church lays out six principles to guide business leaders. Its third principle holds that business ought to be for the benefit of the employees as well as the customer. Here's how this can be done.
A company is allowing their COVID-positive healthcare workers to return to work, in fact...they're ENCOURAGING IT! However, they are FIRING their employees who remain unvaccinated. We can't believe this is happening, but others understand why they are doing this. Listen... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Today in cannabis news: Latest statewide cannabis sales figures in Michigan are released; Kansas Democratic leaders discuss intentions to bring the issue of statewide cannabis legalization to the voters; and cannabis employees in Missouri file a petition for the state's first cannabis industry union election. It's Monday, January 10 and TRICHOMES.com is bringing you the top cannabis news from around the web. You can also listen on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify–search TRICHOMES and subscribe.
From the BBC World Service: That’s more than half of all employees at New Oriental, one of China’s biggest private-tutoring companies. It comes after Beijing implemented stricter rules on private education sector last summer as it tightens regulation in various industries. Plus, the Philippines is the latest Asian country to appeal to Indonesia to lift its ban on coal exports. And, people in rural Spain are campaigning for more investment and better infrastructure.
From the BBC World Service: That’s more than half of all employees at New Oriental, one of China’s biggest private-tutoring companies. It comes after Beijing implemented stricter rules on private education sector last summer as it tightens regulation in various industries. Plus, the Philippines is the latest Asian country to appeal to Indonesia to lift its ban on coal exports. And, people in rural Spain are campaigning for more investment and better infrastructure.
Does your company offer any sort of support or benefits to help your staff with caregiving responsibilities? For most companies, the answer is probably, “No,” but it doesn't have to be that way. Our guest today, Frank Samson, is the founder of Senior Care Authority, an author, and the host of The Boomers Today Radio/Podcast Show. Frank has also built two national franchise networks, the first heh built to more than 200 locations and then eventually starting Senior Care Authority which has a national network with more than 70 locations today. **Subscribe to our NEWEST Podcast called: Franchise Your Business. CLICK HERE.BookLINKS FROM THE EPISODE:Learn more about Senior Care Authority: https://www.seniorcareauthority.com/Learn more about offering Employee Benefits through Caregiving Support at: https://www.seniorcareauthority.com/resources/employee-benefits/Listen to Frank's Podcast, BOOMER'S TODAY: https://www.seniorcareauthority.com/resources/boomers-today/Purchase Frank's Book, "The Aging Boomers: Answers to Critical Questions for You, Your Parents, and Loved Ones" - CLICK HERE for the Amazon LinkLearn more about the Beyond Driving With Dignity Program: https://www.seniorcareauthority.com/beyond-driving-with-dignity/If you are ready to franchise your business or take it to the next level: CLICK HERE.ABOUT OUR GUEST:Frank M. Samson, CSA is the founder of Senior Care Authority, author, and creator of The Boomers Today Radio/Podcast Show. Prior to founding Senior Care Authority, he worked in franchise consulting and the travel industry for over three decades. He built an organization with over 200 franchises, which he later sold and the company still operates successfully today. His expertise in senior care has given Frank the opportunity to write a regular blog and host a national radio show and podcast called Boomers Today. Frank authored a book, The Aging Boomers: Answers to Critical Questions for You, Your Parents and Loved Ones, and is available on Amazon.com. Frank is a Certified Senior Advisor, a member of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors, on the Board of the National Placement and Referral Alliance, and an Honorary Faculty Member at Michigan State University.ABOUT BIG SKY FRANCHISE TEAM:This episode is powered by Big Sky Franchise Team. If you are ready to talk about franchising your business you can schedule your free, no-obligation, franchise consultation online at: https://bigskyfranchiseteam.com/ or by calling Big Sky Franchise Team at: 855-824-4759.
Employees cannot turn off an injection when they leave the workplace. Constitutional expert, lawyer, author, pastor, and founder of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver discusses the important topics of the day with co-hosts and guests that impact life, liberty, and family. To stay informed and get involved – visit www.LC.org
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcat! Joining us today is Jonathan Chester, Co-Founder, and CEO of Bitwage. Bitwage is the most popular payroll and invoicing solution built on top of the bitcoin blockchain. It allows companies to offer Bitcoin benefits to employees and freelancers without fees. Employees and freelancers can receive any percentage of their wage in Bitcoin without their employer signing up. Since joining the Blockchain ecosystem in 2013, Jonathan has been featured in Les Echos, Entrepreneur magazine, and Quartz. Tune in to learn more on this!
Dr. Bob Nelson, a leading authority on employee recognition, motivation, and engagement, shares the importance of having fun, recognizing & engaging all employees in the business. Learn what today's employees want, along with practical tips and real-life examples of how to meet those needs.
Sometimes we have a hard time defining what good or great leadership is, but we also know what bad leadership is. I believe in Improv leadership, which is more about the team and less about an individual. No matter what business we are in, people are our most important asset and we need to begin to treat them better. The firing of 900 employees by the CEO of better.com via a zoom call is a tragic example of how not to manage people. How do you inspire when you are leading a large number of people and can't interact with them individually? You can by tone and attitude. Being in a toxic environment where you are ridiculed when you make comments or question will lead to either choosing to keep your job and silencing yourself or choosing to leave and finding another job. Intimidation is not a form of management and this type of leadership needs to go away and be replaced with some type of leadership that has compassion. One that looks at their people who are productive as an ethical part of the organization and show respect for their employees. When you show respect to your employees, that puts you apart from a lot of other leaders out there who look at their employees as just a number and something that is replaceable Ego has a lot to do with good and bad leadership. The leaders who are willing to put it aside will be more successful than those leaders who still want to tell everybody what to do and how to do it, and look at them as a replaceable asset. It goes back to being human and going back to thinking about a fellow person, being tolerant and supportive. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: petermargaritis.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In episode #1970, we talk about the value of bringing remote workers together. Even though both Eric and Neil have set up well-defined structures for remote working in their businesses, they still make sure their teams get to meet up in person regularly. Tuning in, you'll hear about the importance of human connection in business success and the role that in-person interactions play in this. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:20] Today's topic: Why Bringing Remote Employees Together Matters. [00:29] How remote Neil's business is and how he incorporates meetups. [00:54] Eric's structures concerning remoteness and why he values in-person events. [02:21] Why people who know each other work better and the positive effects of this. [02:38] That's it for today! [02:39] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Subscribe to our premium podcast (with tons of goodies!): https://www.marketingschool.io/pro Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu
What employees want and what employers think they want in terms of benefits and compensation are often misaligned. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Amy Spurling, co-founder and CEO of Compt, a firm specializing in helping employers build, streamline and scale employee benefits, on how organizations can identify benefits and perks employees actually value - and attract and retain great workers.Compt was selected as the first winner of SHRM's 2021 Better Workplaces Challenge Cup, a competition highlighting the most innovative workplace technology solutions. Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Stefan Zavalin about the impacts of company culture and environment on employee health. See the video here: https://youtu.be/jiGsLE4pFKc. Stefan Zavalin (linkedin.com/in/stefan-zavalin-365b6960) is a Doctor of Physical Therapy with a passion for movement and health. After a few years working in the physical therapy world, Dr. Zavalin started a consulting business, Love to Move, to help office workers reduce sitting time. The vision: change the American work culture to help bring more movement to the everyday life of office workers to maintain their health, wellness, and ultimately, the longevity of their lives. In his free time, he likes to write songs on piano and guitar, critique a good cup of coffee, and play board games with his wife and friends. Please leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support
Your employees are arguably the most important part of your business. Giving them a good employee experience means keeping up-to-date on important HR deadlines and notices, such as giving raises, as one example. Amy Frampton, Head of Marketing, BambooHR, wants to help both parties, employers and employees, navigate the sometimes frustrating process of onboarding and managing staff. “Everyone's worried about onboarding now. Folks who are in construction or retail may be worried about onboarding remotely, and on-site versus in a home office. We break it down into [questions] What are they most worried about? They're worried about their culture. They're worried about their experience, and people being connected. They're worried about things that are just mandatory to get. Making sure people get their time off and making sure they get paid well, and all those things are pretty consistent.”Keeping your employees happy and feeling valued will keep them around longer, and that's good for the bottom line. In this conversation, Amy goes over her thought-making process behind its current channel mix, and how she thinks about aligning her strategy to customer signals. How BambooHR is getting creative with the nudges they're able to program into apps such as Slack to improve employee experience. Think more about how you might be able to relieve onboarding stress at your business for both your employees and your managers in this conversation with Amy here on Marketing Trends. Main TakeawaysBots at Their Best: A.I. can be used in a variety of ways. One such use case is to nudge employees and managers to help them stay on top of their game on HR tasks, thereby creating a better employee experience. Making those important connections about pay, benefits, or time-off is easier when you don't even have to remember to set a reminder. Onboarding Overload: The workplace has changed for many the past year and a half and as many companies are staffing back up in a big way, fears about onboarding new staff are mounting. Each industry has its own concerns about best practices around even just the most simple things, such as staying up to date on benefits and time-off.Notice Shifts in Your Customer's Patterns to Keep Providing Value: The best brands and marketers stay agile because people are always evolving and changing themselves. To serve their needs, you need to think about the ways that major world events are impacting their lives and the ways they interact with your content. Key Quotes“We're looking at how we think about nudges employee experience is the ultimate goal of those that use Bamboo. My company's growing super fast. I need a great employee experience. We know there's the ‘great resignation' going on, but we also just want a great employee experience better for our teams, better for our customers. So we are looking at A.I. nudges right now within slack and in other places where we can say things like, ‘Hey, did you know, so-and-so hasn't had a raise in a year. You might want to look at that; or [they] haven't taken time off or, ‘Hey, I saw you just got a raise. You might want to look at your 401k contributions.' Automating some of those nudges so that it gets easier and easier to make those connections.”“Our partnerships are super important. Our HR users can do everything they need. Our payroll is U.S.-only so we've got great partners in Canada; we've got great partners in the UK etc. We've got a hundred partners in our marketplace through API and they can basically build a custom platform for their country.”“Everyone's worried about onboarding now. Folks who are in construction or retail may be worried about onboarding remotely, and on-site versus in a home office, but they're still worried about onboarding and we break it down into [questions] What are they most worried about? They're worried about their culture. They're worried about their experience, and people being connected. They're worried about things that are just mandatory to get. Making sure people get their time off and making sure they get paid well, and all those things are pretty consistent.”“You have to think about what little nuggets can you give people during their day to allow them to engage with your brand without assuming that they're doing all the things they used to do. [For example,] right now I personally love a shorter podcast because I'm not driving to work. I used to drive an hour and 15 minutes each way.”BioAs head of marketing at BambooHR, Amy focuses on creating compelling marketing experiences with the product, people, and brand together. Amy joined BambooHR in April 2020, bringing with her almost 20 years of marketing and leadership experience at several companies including Smartsheet, Microsoft, HPE, and Vulcan.---Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world's number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing.