In this episode of the Create Podcast, host Ekaterina Popova welcomes Elli Milan, founder of the Milan Institute, to discuss their shared mission of supporting the art community and elevating careers and skillsets. Elli shares her journey as a professional artist, starting from her passion for art sparked in high school to attending art school and eventually establishing her own art career. Along the way, she faced challenges in finding mentors and guidance, which fueled her desire to help other artists succeed. In 2010, Elli and her husband opened the Milan Institute, a school focused on helping artists develop their careers and businesses. Elli emphasizes the importance of self-representation, creative marketing, and entrepreneurship for artists, challenging the notion of the "starving artist" and advocating for artists to embrace the business side of their craft. Currently, Elli is working on Art Social, a social media platform designed for artists and art lovers to connect, buy art, find support, and build a community. The episode concludes with a discussion on the evolving art world and the opportunities available for artists in today's digital age. To learn more about the Milan Art Institute and their programs, visit their website at https://www.milanartinstitute.com. Save 20% when you subscribe to our magazine by using the code: NEWREADER https://createmagazine.shop/
Mary Nelson is a renowned humanitarian from Syracuse, NY, who has dedicated her life to empowering and inspiring others to give back. She is the founder of The Mary Nelson Youth Center, a 501c3 Not for Profit agency that provides education, health, career services, mentorship, violence intervention, and other programs to help the needy families in her community. Mary's efforts have garnered national recognition and numerous awards, including the Harriet Tubman Humanitarian Award and the YWCA Academy of Diversity Achievers Award. — Mary Nelson Links: Website: https://marynelsonyouthcenter.com/ LinkedIn: h https://www.linkedin.com/in/marynelson60/ — PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://www.womleadmag.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YJHMoy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GkmpVInAQR7Fgco0pUa1B RSS: https://feeds.libsyn.com/409442/rss YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDpQX16k5Uh7G7PFjMjZ8KimqoOpFF-t — CONNECT: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WomELLE - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womelle - Twitter: https://twitter.com/womelle - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womelle - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realwomelle/ — OUTLINE: 1:26 - Mary's background and journey as an entrepreneur. 5:56 - Youth breaking things down for us. 10:57 - Love for family and community. 16:09 - Discussion on current topics and issues. 22:37 - Encouragement to go above and beyond. 26:55 - Mary's selfless nature. 31:20 - Addressing regrets about the center. 38:42 - Mary's entrepreneurial story. 44:10 - Complimenting Mary's impact. 49:30 - Future plans for the center.
Today's guest and returning to the podcast is Nedra Glover Tawwab. Nedra is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Drama Free and Set Boundaries, Find Peace. A licensed therapist and sought-after relationship expert, she has practiced relationship therapy for more than fifteen years. Today we discuss: the biggest mistakes parents make when raising their kids, how to effectively support yourself and your child if they're battling addiction, how to enforce healthy boundaries with someone that's in the thick of their addiction, what you can do to prevent yourself from being manipulated by others, how to determine when it's time to cut someone out of your life, how not to become a prisoner of your past, why you can still spend time with family members who don't want to change and much more. What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 00:31 Biggest mistake parents make 02:07 How to make your kids feel supported 05:54 Parents need to recognize that they are imperfect 07:48 What do to do if your child is battling addiction 10:14 Setting boundaries 12:30 When is it time to cut someone out of your life? 15:02 How to prevent someone from manipulating you 19:28 Is there anything parents can do to help their kids beat addiction? 21:58 Putting your kids first when you get divorced 24:36 Is your childhood holding you back? 27:19 The nuance of personal responsibility 29:10 Learn new healthy patterns 34:12 Become a hero of your journey 37:39 How to coexist with family members 40:11 Stop trying to change other people 45:09 Are you overreacting? 47:54 Talking to your parents that neglected you Episode Resources: Nedra | Website, Instagram ⚠ WELLNESS DISCLAIMER ⚠ Please be advised; the topics related to mental health in my content are for informational, discussion, and entertainment purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your current condition. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard from your favorite creator, on social media, or shared within content you've consumed. If you are in crisis or you think you may have an emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. If you do not have a health professional who is able to assist you, use these resources to find help: Emergency Medical Services—911 If the situation is potentially life-threatening, get immediate emergency assistance by calling 911, available 24 hours a day. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org. SAMHSA addiction and mental health treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727) and https://www.samhsa.gov and https://www.samhsa.gov
It all started with a nightmare. The Midwest had been obliterated by a nuclear attack. Sallie Gratch awoke and realized it wasn't too late and got to work in the anti-nuclear movement. Gratch is the recipient of the 2023 Keter Shem Tov, or “Crown of the Good Name” award, given at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College's graduation. In in this interview, Gratch traces her path as an activist, detailing her first encounters with Jews in the Soviet Union. She shares the story of the organization she founded, Project Kesher and its mission to empower Jewish women in the former Soviet Union and how it has been forced to pivot in response to war in Ukraine. More than that, Gratch explores how she got the confidence to believe she could be part of change, and the role that Jewish values have played in shaping her activism. Theme song, “Ilu Finu” by Rabbi Miriam Margles. Her album This is the Day is available for purchase at CDBaby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/miriammarglesandthehadarensemb Visit our home on the web — Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations: http://evolve.reconstructingjudaism.org Subscribe by Email at http://subscribebyemail.com/evolve.fireside.fm/rss Read these show notes on the web at https://evolve.fireside.fm/1 This podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (https://ReconstructingJudaism.org). Special Guest: Sallie E. Gratch.
Jeremy Reymer, CEO & Founder of DriverReach, welcomes a great friend, a young, rising leader in the industry, a fellow entrepreneur, and DriverReach partner, Dr. Mark Manera, CEO and Founder of Supply Chain Fitness Remember you can submit any questions or comments, including those which may appear on upcoming Deeper Dive segments - at email@example.com. And don't forget to rate and review Taking the Hire Road on whatever platform you listen on! Follow the Taking The Hire Road Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows
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In this episode, Renee DeSilva sits down with Liz Bickley, the COO of Korn Ferry Health, to discuss how to empower the next generation of women leaders in healthcare. Liz walks us through the findings of their latest ‘Women CEOs Speak' report, including progress towards representation goals for 2025 and the variety of career paths and experiences for today's women CEOs. In addition, they cover the evolving skillsets for the CEO of the future, and what organizations need to do today to support their high potentials. Highlights from the conversation:Liz's background and the context of today's talent challenges (2:50)A breakdown of the Women CEOs Speak report (8:40)The structural barriers that restrict opportunities and the talent pipeline (12:55)Why tomorrow's successful CEOs need to transform and perform (16:05)Charting the non-linear career paths to the CEO position (20:20)Organizational responsibilities for ensuring advancement opportunities (24:50)Liz's advice for women aspiring to become CEOs (24:40)Why Liz would invite Jacinda Ardern and Queen Elizabeth II to her table (29:50)
Jeremy Reymer, CEO & Founder of DriverReach, welcomes a great friend, a young, rising leader in the industry, a fellow entrepreneur, and DriverReach partner, Dr. Mark Manera, CEO and Founder of Supply Chain Fitness Remember you can submit any questions or comments, including those which may appear on upcoming Deeper Dive segments - at firstname.lastname@example.org. And don't forget to rate and review Taking the Hire Road on whatever platform you listen on! Follow the Taking The Hire Road Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows
Tune in as Katie Kimball and I discuss why we prioritize teaching our kids life skills and how kids benefit from learning them! Get a FREE ticket for you and your child to learn from me and 60 other experts in Katie's Summer Camp Virtual Summit for Kids, June 12th - 17th. Get your FREE ticket here: https://sl290.isrefer.com/go/LSN2/katyjoywells/ Life Skills Summer Camp will help prepare your kids with things like: Auto maintenance Sewing on a button Writing a thank-you note Growing a garden Cleaning their room Project planning and study skills Finances - saving, estimating to stick to a budget, building credit (yikes!) Positive communication Regulating the nervous system Cooking, organizing, and screen wellness And even…cleaning the bathroom!?! This online summit will provide training for all that and more! Grab your FREE ticket here: https://sl290.isrefer.com/go/LSN2/katyjoywells/ Teach Your Kids to Cook with Katie's best-selling eCourse!
What happens when you bring on the man that makes it happen? Sit down with us as we chat with Q, a fellow financial coach and podcaster who paid off over $30,000 of debt on an $18,000 salary. Q shares his story of hustle and grind to create a better financial future for himself and his family. You'll hear the tools that helped Q be successful, and the creation of his content brand and push to help others find financial empowerment as well. In this episode, we chat about: Debt payoff on a low-income salary Having kids on the debt-free journey Empowering others in the community MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Gary Vee Dave Ramsey CONNECT WITH TODAY'S GUEST: Q Makes It Happen on YouTube Instagram @qmakesithappen Next Level Money Podcast ABOUT PRICE OF AVOCADO TOAST: Listen in with Haley and Justin Brown-Woods, married millennials picking up the pieces from the financial fiasco they created as a young couple. They want to normalize conversations about money and learn from others on the path towards financial freedom. Whether you are just getting started on your debt-free journey, or if you are really starting to hit your stride, this podcast is for YOU! Join weekly as they interview some others who have done it the right way, the wrong way, and every way in between. Avocado toast may cost a pretty penny, but that doesn't mean it can't be in your budget! FIND HALEY AND JUSTIN ONLINE + SOCIAL MEDIA HERE: Price of Avocado Toast Instagram Price of Avocado Toast Twitter Price of Avocado Toast on TikTok Price of Avocado Toast Facebook Join the Price of Avocado Toast Newsletter OTHER LINKS: Apply for 1:1 Coaching With Haley & Justin Join Everything but the Bagel, our exclusive membership community RECOGNITION: Audio engineer: Garrett Davis Podcast Support: Weir Digital Marketing
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Nth Bar-Fields, the Founder of Elysian Trust, a nongovernmental organization dedicated to identifying and supporting different cognitive abilities in adults and young people that may ordinarily be overlooked. Elysian Trust is dedicated to finding people with unusual mental abilities who come from struggling communities and demographics, and providing them with support to help them go as far in life as they possibly can, and hopefully build their community up from within. Tune in to learn more!
#51 In this week's Boujee Best Friend episode, I am joined by my friend Kat Saenz as we interview Magic Mike Dancers Kalon Badenhorst and Burim Jusufi. I wanted to welcome our Magic Mike guests onto the show because I am so impressed with everything they do! There can be many misconceptions about the Magic Mike shows. It is so much more than guys just dancing with their clothes off. They are changing people's lives by giving women confidence, respecting them and allowing women to express themselves. In this episode, we dive into the world of the Magic Mike show and explore how it empowers women while showcasing some of the most talented male dancers in the industry. We discuss the criteria these performers must meet and what women really want from the show. We also explore how the dancers choose women to come on stage and how they interact with the audience. We also answer burning questions from our Boujee Besties from the WWKD segment, including what it's like to date as a Magic Mike dancer? Join us for an enlightening conversation about the Magic Mike show and the positive impact it has on women everywhere. Episode highlights: -About the Magic Mike show -Empowering women -Criteria to be a Magic Mike Dancer -What women want -How the dancers choose a woman to come on stage -Interacting with the Magic Mike audience -Kalon's process of becoming Magic Mike -Burning questions from our Boujee Best Friends -Dating as a Magic Mike Dancer Timestamps: 0:00- 3:30 | Intro 3:30- 15:20 | Magic Mike show empowering women 15:20- 22:00 | Interacting with the Magic Mike audience 22:00- 23:45 | Process behind becoming Magic Mike 23:45- 30:20 | Questions from Koko's audience 30:20- 37:30 | Dating as a Magic Mike Dancer CONNECT WITH KALON: https://www.instagram.com/kalonb_sa/?hl=en CONNECT WITH BURIM: https://www.instagram.com/b1world/ CONNECT WITH MAGIC MIKE: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/the-magic-mike-podcast/id1674373189?i=1000605120541 https://www.mmltour.com/ CONNECT WITH KAT: https://www.instagram.com/katt.saenz CONNECT WITH KOKO: https://www.instagram.com/kokobeaute/ https://www.tiktok.com/@kokobeaute https://www.instagram.com/boujeebestfriend https://www.boujeebestie.com
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Katrina Erwin and Glennys Navarrete are program managers at the CLEO Institute and co-hosts of the House on Fire Podcast.The CLEO Institute is a 501C3 nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, exclusively dedicated to climate education and advocacy. Founded in 2010, CLEO, which stands for Climate Leadership Engagement Opportunities, works with communities across Florida to build climate literacy and mobilize climate action.Katrina focuses on helping youth activists leverage their power most effectively in state and local political settings. And Glennys leads CLEO's efforts at schools to educate students on climate issues and be more effective advocates.We jump into a number of different topics about youth climate activism, including what climate education programs look like in schools, how parents can be most effective at supporting youth climate action, when youth activists should focus on collaboration or on resistance, the role of social media in climate action, and lastly, how to inspire kids to care about climate change in the first place.In this episode, we cover: [02:32] Glennys's background and climate journey[06:40] Katrina's background and climate journey[12:36] The history and goals of the CLEO Institute[16:03] Integrating climate curriculum into schools in an overly-politicized environment [18:15] Avoiding "Trigger words" and misinformation [19:25] How parents can play a role in youth climate activism[25:49] Creating spaces where young people can be heard, not tokenized[30:18] Empowering young people to engage in local politics[35:25] "Power mapping" and using social media to research and contact local politicians[39:22] Katrina's and Glennys's favorite climate influencers on social media, and the role of activists on social platforms[40:44] Shifting climate conversations from “doom and gloom” to solutions-oriented, and from “polar bear” imagery to local reality[45:08] The House on Fire podcast, and how to get involved with the CLEO InstituteGet connected: Cody SimmsCLEO InstituteKatrina ErwinGlennys NavarreteMCJ Podcast / Collective*You can also reach us via email at email@example.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on April 11, 2023
Are you looking to expand your knowledge on the franchising industry? Look no further than Eye On Franchising, the podcast that provides a wealth of information and resources about franchise opportunities. In our latest episode, we sit down with Alan Rogers, the VP of Organizational Learning and Development for Beef O'Brady's and Brass Tap, to discuss training and development in franchising. Rogers shares his personal journey into franchising and his experiences in the field, including his role as a field consultant for McDonald's. We also touch on the important role of franchise consultants and the benefits of investing in the restaurant business. Additionally, we discuss the importance of training and support for franchisees, including the use of micro learning and technology for employee training. Join us as we dive deep into the world of franchising and learn from the experts. Don't miss out on the opportunity to gain valuable insights and expertise. Like, follow, and subscribe to Eye On Franchising today. - VP of Organizational Learning & Development for Beef O'Brady's and Brass Tap discusses training & development in franchising industry- Role of franchise consultants in supporting franchisees- Importance of training for franchise success- Investing in restaurant business & recruiting staff- Micro learning & gamification in training- Use of technology for employee training- Training process for Brass Tap franchisees- Importance of training & support for franchise owners- RFC team works to support franchisees & achieve 100% success- Advantages of choosing a franchise over starting a business- Chief Development Officer of Beef O'Brady's and The Brass Tap discusses importance of understanding struggles during pandemic- Call to action for audience to like, follow, and subscribe. KEY POINTS[0:0:16] Discover how Ion Franchising can help you unlock your potential and find the perfect franchise for you, tailored to your individual investment level, mindset, skill set and life experiences - for FREE![0:1:26] Driven by ambition, Alan has achieved remarkable success, rapidly progressing from store manager to Vice President of Organizational Learning and Development for two premier franchising companies: Beef O'Brady's and Brass Tap.[0:4:12] By choosing a franchise over going out on your own, you can leverage pre-established systems, reliable vendors, and comprehensive training materials to confidently launch your business.[0:7:39] Leadership is critical for success: As a team leader, it is essential to eliminate obstacles, inspire team members, and empower them with the tools necessary to reach their goals and ensure the success of franchisees.[0:9:57] With a team of experienced experts, the VP of Learning & Development provides franchisees with the powerful tools they need for success, leveraging their operational background to create comprehensive training and development plans.[0:17:6] Experience a unique and exciting night out with 45-60 craft beers on tap and a creative menu at Brass Tap, the perfect destination for those looking for a family-friendly sports bar atmosphere![0:20:56] Our expert regional franchise consultants provide comprehensive business planning and on-site restaurant visits, to ensure flawless menu and service execution.[0:22:41] Research has shown that by leveraging micro-learning and gamification methods with video-based, condensed content, training can become significantly more engaging and up to 80% more effective.[0:25:0] QR codes are revolutionizing employee training, allowing learners to absorb information up to four times faster than traditional methods![0:27:5] With the right learning management system, training can be tracked and managed quickly and efficiently, saving time and money.[0:40:33] Running a successful franchise business requires consistent operations - and the RFC is critical to guaranteeing that customers receive the same high-quality menu and service at every location.[0:44:52] Transform your life and unlock new possibilities with a simple click - like, follow, and subscribe now to stay connected with us on social media! ---Have you heard the news? We are officially on YouTube. Come check out a few videos have have and give me a follow!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwoAdrkPZmveJt5AQRDk8WA---Lance GraulichFranchise Consulting Services from ION FranchisingEye On Franchising
Nicole Patton, IT trailblazer and Founder of DrivePark Consulting, mentors black youth and college students on IT careers, coaches individuals and companies on career transitions, and empowers clients with support, knowledge, and competence. — Nicole Patton Links: Website: https://www.driveparkconsulting.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-patton/ — PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://www.womleadmag.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YJHMoy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GkmpVInAQR7Fgco0pUa1B RSS: https://feeds.libsyn.com/409442/rss YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDpQX16k5Uh7G7PFjMjZ8KimqoOpFF-t — CONNECT: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WomELLE - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womelle - Twitter: https://twitter.com/womelle - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womelle - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realwomelle/ — OUTLINE: 1:09 - Nicole Patton shares how she got her start in tech. 3:57 - Patton talks about becoming a trailblazer in the tech industry. 7:46 - Patton discusses her transition into a career success coach. 9:50 - The topic shifts to whether there is less black talent in tech, and Patton shares her perspective. 14:00 - Patton explains why she decided to start her own company. 16:26 - The importance of telling the story of tech is discussed. 22:41 - Patton shares advice on figuring out transferable skills. 25:35 - Patton gives her thoughts on the future of tech in tech. 30:41 - The conversation ends with a discussion on how to get more women into tech.
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In this podcast episode, Galen Hair, founder and partner of Insurance Claim HQ, talks about his mission to change the insurance industry by emphasizing community, resonating with clients' values, and fostering a strong team culture. Galen also delves into the significance of adapting to legislative changes in the insurance sector and collaborating with competitors. He encourages employees to live out the company's core values and invites interested individuals to connect on social media and their website. Who's The Guest? Galen Hair, founder and partner at Insurance Claim HQ, one of the country's largest property casualty law firms, represents policyholders against their insurance company. His experience and relentlessness have allowed him to help more than 1,200 families get back into their homes after hurricanes and other disasters. Galen is also focused on educating the industry and helping businesses grow through mentorship and organizing the Level Up Claims Summit annually. Additionally, Galen has also launched the Level Up Claims podcast. Episode Highlights Galen shares experiences on helping communities with food after disasters and focusing on human-to-human marketing The importance of living the company's values with their team and clients Galen's decision-making framework involves time, cost, and purpose The potential erosion of consumer protection provisions and the need to get involved on a legislative level is addressed Cross collaboration in the industry and how it helps to build relationships and weed out bad competitors The key premise of business is to help other humans, be it psychological, physical, or emotional issues Building team culture and having fun by participating in local events, concert series, and creating opportunities to interact outside of work Finding solutions to encourage community and coworker interaction, even as the team grows and faces logistical challenges Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork/ https://twitter.com/rherochoa https://dogoodwork.io/ Connect with Galen Hair https://insuranceclaimhq.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/level-up-claims/id1628586764 https://www.facebook.com/insuranceclaimhq https://www.instagram.com/insuranceclaimhq/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/insuranceclaimhq https://www.linkedin.com/in/galen-hair-03b27a4 Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here
Winning is hard. Whether it's coming in first place in a race or making it to the end of a marathon, winning takes a lot of effort. In an age of Instagram life coaches, TikTok motivation accounts, “Alpha” and “Winner” influencers, there are a lot of external forces that can make you feel that the path to winning is one dimensional, “have it or you don't” situation. Dr. Jeff Brown is here to change that. Dr. Jeff Brown is the Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the Psychologist for the Boston Marathon Medical Team (and a first responder during the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings), as well as a member of Runner's World magazine's Scientific Advisory Board, where he's taken a scientific approach to understanding how to win. Co-authoring the book “The Winner's Brain: 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success,” Dr. Brown traveled across the world to hear the stories of some of the greatest high performers in the world, from musician B.B. King and Olympian Kerri Strung, to FBI agents, fighter pilots, and even high-altitude window washers. Dr. Brown believes that everyone is capable of achieving a winner's brain, because it's a skill that you can train your mind to adopt. Empowering your people to be able to adopt a winner's brain is critical for any manager creating a high performance working environment. And plus, who doesn't want a few more wins in their life? This is definitely another episode you're not going to want to miss, so with that…let's bring it in!
Kat and Shan are back!! They dive deep into the world of microaggressions with Dr. Ava Greenwell, and how they impact individuals and teams in everyday life. Microaggressions are defined as subtle, brief, verbal or non-verbal, everyday slights and indignities that are generally targeted towards historically marginalized groups. They can be unintentional, but their impact on the individual cannot be ignored.Dr. Ava Greenwell sheds light on the subject and shares her insights and experiences. She explains that if we recognize that we have committed a microaggression, we should go back to the person and ask if they are okay. Dr. Greenwell also discusses the impact of microaggressions on teamwork, which can lead to holding back ideas and feeling less involved and productive.The impact of microaggressions is not just emotional but also physical. Higher cortisol levels, the stress hormone, and higher blood pressure can lead to a shorter lifespan. Dr. Greenwell talks about how to best respond to microaggressions. Here are some questions you can ask to disarm the other person, but not attack them:What did you mean by that?Could you say that again? The responsibility of leaders is also discussed in the podcast, with Dr. Greenwell emphasizing the importance of training and language to build empathy and emotional intelligence. The need for different points of view on belonging, diversity, and microaggressions is also highlighted.Tune in so you can get a better handle on this topic that affects almost everyone. Get in touch with Dr. Ava Greenwell here: https://ladiesleading.net/bioandhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/avathompsongreenwell/Other Resources:Derald Wing Sue https://www.tc.columbia.edu/faculty/dw2020/A quick summary of Dr. Chester Pierce who coined the term "microaggression": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vY194fO3iE8U.S. Auto Tech National Championship Info Here!Link: https://www.tradesnation.com/us/en/etcs/autotech/driven-to-win.htmlFacebook – U.S. Auto Tech National ChampionshipInstagram – @usautotechnationalsTwitter – @USAutoTech_NatlLinkedIn – U.S. Auto Tech National ChampionshipYouTube – Elite Trades Championship Series
The Self Esteem and Confidence Mindset
Today I welcome Juliana Frisoli to the show where we talk about self confidence, empowerment and creating a more thriving life. You can find more from Juliana here: Website: roartorich.com Facebook: @JulianaFrisoli.ROARtoRich Disclaimer: these podcast episodes are sharing my personal experiences, stories from mentors and guests around self esteem, confidence, personal growth and mental health. For any serious mental health concerns and advice please consult with a professional such as a doctor, therapist or what seems appropriate.
In this episode of the Jake Dunlap Show, we are joined by Patrick Danial, a global enterprise guru, co-founder, and Chief Technology Officer of Terakeet, a company that unsurprisingly has been named in the top 5 of the 2020 Best Workplaces in New York by GPTW_US and FortuneMagazine.For the past 25 years, Terakeet has been on an ascending path, from startup to global marketing partner for global brands seeking online business growth through direct audience engagement.When Patrick and his team decided it was time to take their business to a new level, they had to rethink their leadership strategies. In order to grow their company, they had to learn to trust and empower their people in decision-making and help them develop the right type of risk mindset.Listen and find out what are the pain points when going through this leadership transitioning process and what you need to do in order to create an environment where people feel involved and motivated to push forward. Time stamps: (00:43) Our guest, Patrick Danial, Co-founder and CTO of Terakeet;(01:28) Empowering decision-making employees;(07:41) Navigating through this type of leadership transition process;(13:45) When to take risks and the right type of risk mindset you want your people to develop;(18:44) How do you stay focused and keep your people involved and dedicated to this type of change;(21:27) The one thing you wish someone would have told you if you were a new leader, starting out today. Quotes: “We attempt to always grab the wheel and fix a situation ourselves, (...) but that quickly changes if you're looking to move beyond the lifestyle business and not be held captive to every single facet of the business, every customer and every employee need.” “We continued to grow but we were still very much a founder-led company, up until five years ago when we learned about the power of numbers and allowing people to contribute ideas and vote on ideas in a safe space.” “You can't extend autonomy to someone until you make them feel that we're all moving in the same direction, and then you can step back and give them the motivation to push forward and take their own risks.” “People know what's going on. People can see the business, they see what's broken even if it's not in their own department.” “By having the team be a part of the process it can make the lows a little bit higher because they feel like they're a part of it. (...) We're in this together.”____________________________ Mentions:Rapid Development Strategy (RED)Website | Linkedin ____________________________ Get in contact with Patrick:Linkedin-https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickdanial/Twitter- https://twitter.com/pdanial?lang=en Patrick's company, Terakeet:Website- http://terakeet.com/Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/TerakeetTwitter- https://twitter.com/terakeetInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/terakeet/Linkedin- https://www.linkedin.com/company/terakeet ____________________________ Follow Jake: Website- https://www.jakedunlap.com/Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jake_dunlap_/Linkedin- https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakedunlapTwitter- https://twitter.com/jaketdunlap
Russell Matambo hosts Dare Okoudjou, Founder and CEO of MFS Africa, a leading Pan-African Fintech company, operating the largest digital payments hub on the continent. They discuss how Dare's telecom networking experience influenced is journey into Fintech, the importance of mobile money in Africa, MFS Africa's role as a connector of mobile money networks, and much more! About Dare: Dare is the Founder and CEO of MFS Africa, a leading Pan-African Fintech company, operating the largest digital payments hub on the continent. The MFS Africa Hub connects over 400 million mobile wallets in Africa, offering unparalleled reach into the growing African digital consumers. MFS Africa was named by Fast Company as one of Africa's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies. Prior to founding MFS Africa, Dare worked at MTN Group, where he developed its mobile payment strategy and led its implementation across 21 countries throughout Africa and the Middle East. He began his career as a management consultant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in Paris. Dare holds an MSc in Telecom Engineering from ENST-Paris and an MBA from INSEAD. -- As always, for more Fintech insights and opportunities to collaborate, please find us below: WFT LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/wharton-fintech-club/ WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech WFT Blog: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Home: www.whartonfintech.org Russell's LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/russell-matambo-cfa-a5900039/
Hello and welcome to The Relatable Voice podcast. Today we are heading to Seatle to chat with Michelle Noble. Michelle is a mother, personal coach, book author, and founder of The Calmer Mom Project. Her latest book Stories of the Goddess is out now. Find out more at: http://www.bit.ly/3Z8zeXE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join me and one of my best friends Kacia Ghetmiri, host of the EmpowerHer podcast and EmpowerHer Live events, for a conversation that will light you up, remind you that you're doing it RIGHT (even if you're a beginner again in some areas) and encourage you around: - Why EASY robs you of PROUD (and how to embrace the highs and lows of your journey) - How to trust yourself to not only handle disappointment but to allow yourself to access JOY in the waiting - Why the challenges you're encountering now are PREPARING you to hold the success you'll experience one day - How to feel more permission around CHANGING YOUR MIND and going from GOOD TO GREAT (even if people don't understand) - How she works up the courage put herself in rooms and conversations with people she admires (and you can too) - Where you can get around other women rooting for YOU and your biggest dreams — Connect with Kacia! Get tickets to EmpowerHer Live 2023 // Use code BRIGHTLIFE for $50 OFF Listen to the EmpowerHer Podcast Follow Kacia on Instagram Follow the EmpowerHer Podcast on Instagram — Connect with me further! Get my BOOK: Your Bright Life Watch this FREE Training: How to Build a 6-Figure Copywriting Business as Your Own Boss Check out my website Connect with me on Instagram
SELDI Podcast with Tony Williams
Greetings, Leaders.Be encouraged that you are here for such a time as this. It is not an accident but a purposeful point in your career and life journey.Whether you are one month or 30 years on your journey, you have a distinct plan and purpose for your life. It is a good plan of adventure, impact, and fulfillment. However, there are several necessary attributes we need to exercise to have continued success. They are conviction, courage, and confidence.
This episode contains content that may be difficult for those who have experienced violence or who are sensitive to mentions of abuse or intimate partner violence. Please take care when listening. In 2007, Pastor Neil Schori sat down with a woman who had come to him for marriage counseling. You probably recognize her name: Stacy Peterson. Not long after that conversation, Stacy when missing and still has not been found. Her husband, Drew Peterson, is serving time in prison for being convicted of murdering his previous wife. Pastor Neil joins the Untangled Faith podcast to share his thoughts on the Steven Crowder video, what he wishes he had known about intimate partner violence and what friends and faith community leaders need to know to be safe places for those who may not even know they are in danger. In this episode, we talk about: The multiple facets of abuse go beyond bodily injury. The necessity of pastors to possess the right skills to manage abusive scenarios. Red flags the signal abuse situations. Empowering victims How incorrect theology is harming those being abused. Links: Document the Abuse website: https://documenttheabuse.com Neil Schori on Twitter: https://twitter.com/neilschori Neil Schori coaching: https://www.facebook.com/SchoriCoaching Sign up for Amy's email list and get her weekly podcast updates and monthly newsletter: https://untangledfaithpodcast.com Related Episodes: https://untangledfaithpodcast.com/2022/05/11/43-what-weve-gotten-wrong-about-divorce-guest-gretchen-baskerville/ Support the show: Subscribe to my newsletter: https://untangledfaith.substack.com Join us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/untangledfaith This podcast is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For more information and for 10% off your first month, visit Faithful Counseling- https://faithfulcounseling.com/untangled Where you can find me: Youtube channel- https://youtube.com/channel/UCPfFk-I6QShXXvEpSFaJOvg https://untangledfaithpodcast.com https://instagram.com/untangledfaith https://instagram.com/amyhenningfritz https://twitter.com/faithuntangled https://twitter.com/amyfritz Host/Creator: Amy Fritz Producers: Michele Pjanic Phil and Susan Perdue Pam Forsythe Chelle Taylor
The Magical Holistic Healing Arts
Biz Tips for Empaths (Empowering Yourself Energetically) Empaths are wired differently. They are left-brain, process situations differently, have sensitive nervous systems, and work through projects differently. Only 20% of the population are Empaths. They are born with many intuitive, healing gifts and are heart-centered authentically. It is important for empaths to have strong ties with the right tribe.
“Everything a person says and does is information about them.” -Deborah PetersHave you ever wondered how one person's journey through adversity can lead to a remarkable transformation? Find out about Deborah's remarkable journey as she navigates her way through adversity and harnesses its transformative potential. Learn about the profound effects of childhood abuse on one's psychology, relationships, and overall life, while uncovering its lingering influence in adulthood, careers, relationships, and self-perception. Get ready to be inspired as this episode unravels the incredible transformation from a history of abuse to an extraordinary life of triumph.-Leaving it all behind: A Journey of Self-transformation-Transforming pain into power: Overcoming abuse and building a new life-What happens when a child goes through abuse-Escaping the grip of neglect and criticism-Harnessing the power of positive thinking-Overcoming gaslighting and finding your voice-The devastating impact of childhood abuse-Transforming past trauma into personal growth-Transforming pain into purpose-Embracing your inner power and authenticity-Breaking free from groupthink: Embrace your unique thoughts-Empowering tools to heal and transform your life-Reconnecting with your heart and creator-The power of changing your patterns-The power of gratitude: Invoking blessings in your lifeSubscribe and leave us a rating and reviewApple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deborah-peters-show/id1612307739Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Z3JQWX9S4LRWSE6mPOIkMYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKQKlzS81RqvYZbpu63mRdAConnect with Deborah PetersWebsite: https://neimind.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deborah.peters.754Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nei4change/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahpetersnei4change/
As parents, it can be difficult to watch our children struggle. Our natural instinct is to protect them and solve their problems for them, but this can hinder their ability to develop resourcefulness. Instead, we must learn to step back and allow our children to find their own solutions, at an age-appropriate level. This helps them develop confidence and independence, and ultimately leads to greater resourcefulness. Remember this, our reflex is to protect, but we may remember that our responsibility is to prepare. Ready to take the next step of leading a group or using the Fearless Mom curriculum? Let us know! email@example.com CONNECT: Website: https://fearlessmom.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fearless_mom/?hl=en
This week Lexi Langley and Eli Hadley sit down with the first-place winners of BYU–Hawaii's 2023 Empower Your Dreams business competition. The trio from China share how they developed their idea of a logistics shipping company into a successful plan for the future.
Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast
Sabrina Runbeck shares her experience at the HIT Lab Fall 2022 Summit at Columbia University, where she discussed the future of healthcare innovation. In addition, there will be a panel discussion on important new aspects of digital health, such as virtual first technologies, remote patient monitoring, and decentralized clinical trials. The panelists address the potential for digital health to change healthcare delivery and enhance patient outcomes, and they underline the necessity of diversity, equity, and inclusion in digital healthcare. They also underline the significance of developing digital health solutions that are centered on the patient, are simple to use, and connect seamlessly with the workflows that are already in place. Episode Timeline: [00:01:23] - Digital Health Reset [00:02:32] - Revolutionizing Healthcare Delivery [00:07:40] - Access to Care [00:10:16] - Reducing burden for patients and clinicians [00:15:10] - Importance of patient-centered devices [00:16:48] - Diversity and inclusion in digital health [00:22:22] - Discovering Technological Advances [00:23:03] - Recognizing the Need for Diversity and Inclusion in Clinical Trial Design Links and Mentions: Accurkardia Listen
Front Row Dads: Family Men With Businesses
I think we can all agree that when we were kids, things were much different than they are today. Most of us probably spent our days racing our bikes, building forts, and chasing frogs around the pond. The fact is, our kids are growing up in the middle of a raging mental health crisis. It's no wonder why anxiety and depression are on the rise among teenagers with all the pressure to succeed or be popular with unrealistic expectations fueled by social media, or worse, by their parents. I'm thrilled to have Jason Reid with me today for another conversation on this important topic. Jason is a partner at CEO Coaching International, where he coaches top executives on achieving success. Tragically, after losing his 14-year-old son to suicide in 2018, Jason's focus shifted to helping other families navigate the complex world of mental health. He founded TellMyStory.org, a nonprofit organization that educates and empowers parents to support their children through mental health challenges. Jason's mission is nothing short of inspiring - to end teen suicide by 2030. In our conversation, you'll learn: The telltale signs that your child is grappling with depression and anxiety. Parenting strategies for helping kids deal with their mental health struggles. Why institutions are dropping the ball when it comes to tackling the mental health crisis. Some of my favorite moments of the conversation: How the media is exacerbating our kids' insecurities. The tragedy that transformed Jason into a leading mental health advocate. Empowering our kids to become “mental health athletes.” What kids wish their parents knew about their struggles. The dangers of employing authoritarian tactics on your kids. How to talk to your children so they feel understood and safe to be vulnerable. How to tell if your child is going through a mental health crisis - and what to do about it. Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/386 Want to learn more about Front Row Dads? We are in the business of building better families. While most dads would say that family matters most, the challenge is they feel guilty knowing their careers get the best of them, and their family seems to get the rest of them. We help Dads become family men with businesses, not businessmen who have families, so they can thrive personally AND professionally. Subscribe to the Front Row Dad podcast to learn about fatherhood, marriage and how to level up your game at home, or if you're ready for the best coaching and true brothers to grow with, Join The Brotherhood! Are you getting all the shows? Subscribe today! Want to leave a review? THANK YOU! http://FrontRowDads.com/review
“We can't become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” - Oprah Winfrey Upgrading is quite a common occurrence on mobile phones, computers, and software, but are you aware of the need to upgrade yourself? When was the last time you upgraded yourself? Is the current version of you living your desired life? In the dictionary, “upgrade" means to raise it to a higher standard or to improve it by replacing or adding components. What elements of your life do you really need to enhance? Is your own operating system working in line with your hardware? How can you truly upgrade yourself? Tune in to know the answers to these questions. Learn how you can create a better version of yourself and live a great life. Act now. Grow. Make a difference and live a fulfilled life. Highlights: ⚡️ People feel empowered and in control when they have autonomy. ⚡️ Getting better at something does not necessarily lead to a destination. ⚡️ Comparing yourself to others is an external validation that does not lead to fulfillment. ⚡️ Real upgrade revolves around higher needs.
CIPM Certified Marketing Expert Reveals The Secret To A Successful Career TransitionHi, my name is Jamal Ahmed and I'd like to invite you to listen to this special episode of the #1 ranked Data Privacy podcast.In this episode, we're joined by Siobhan Solberg, privacy consultant and renowned marketing expert. Siobhan shares her experience on the Privacy Pros Accelerator programme, her journey from marketing to Privacy and tips for a successful career.We cover:The fastest way to launch a privacy career with no experienceWhy certifications alone won't help you break into the industryHow to leverage your unique skillset from any industry to thrive in privacyPractical ways for Privacy Pros to be business enablers, not blockersGet inspired to take your career to the next level!Siobhan Solberg, protector of privacy and marketing consultant, is the founder of Raze and host of the Marketing Unf*cked podcast. She stops privacy from messing with company growth. Empowering marketing teams with the strategies they need to scale ethically, sustainably, and with respect for their customers. With over a decade in optimization and measurement, Siobhan knows a thing or two about growth and created the course on personalization for CXL. She's also known to rock a stage and has shared her knowledge at conferences such as Superweek and The Copywriter Club, delivering harsh truths with characteristic candor.When not pushing the boundaries of privacy and marketing, Siobhan loves to test her own physical limits. And can often be found cold water swimming and training for her next Ironman or building lego.Follow Jamal on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/Follow Siobhan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/siobhans/Get Exclusive Insights, Secret Expert Tips & Actionable Resources For A Thriving Privacy Career That We Only Share With Email Subscribers► https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-upSubscribe to the Privacy Pros Academy YouTube Channel► https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyProsJoin the Privacy Pros Academy Private Facebook Group for:Free LIVE TrainingFree Easy Peasy Data Privacy GuidesData Protection Updates and so much moreApply to join here whilst it's still free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro
We all want to enjoy our time off. However, as leaders, there is often this nagging feeling like we're missing something or we are going to be needed for an important decision. What follows is an endless parade of checking email, texting co-workers, checking email, thinking about the work left undone, checking email… When does it stop? When you proactively put a plan in place to identify the things you SHOULD be contacted for vs the items your team should be able to handle. In this episode, Matt and Josh talk about defining your DEFCON, operational communication, and empowering your team. Defining your DEFCON "If I am going to hear about this from external sources, then I want to hear it internally first." You're getting ready to leave for an extended period of time and tell your team, “Only contact me if there is an emergency.” However, your version of an emergency and their version rarely line up - without some conversations and expectations. Defining your DEFCON refers to creating a system or tiered approach to emergency or off-time communication. Similar to measuring a nuclear threat, you can assign DEFCON ratings to various situations that may or may not require your intervention. DEFCON 1 (worst case scenario) could be a team member or guest injury, a 911 call, or social media event about to go viral. You NEED to know and possibly act on these situations. A DEFCON 5 (lowest priority) could be a routine guest complaint or needing toilet paper. Your staff should be able to do these things and do not require immediate attention. Operational communication "It's not just about delegation, it's also about communication." Defining when and how to communicate goes beyond preparing for a vacation; it should be the rule for figuring out the best way to run your operation. With so many communication methods and strategies available, there is no reason for someone to be out of the loop. As you are defining your DEFCON, you are likely identifying areas of the business that your team should be able to handle but maybe can't. This gives you a great place to start regarding tasks and processes you should discuss with your team. This not only prepares them for your absence, but ultimately this process strengthens their individual skills and builds the confidence needed to function without you. Empowering your team “Fewer employees having more autonomy means we HAVE to empower them.” Teaching your team how to handle situations requiring more and more responsibility not only increases their aptitude and confidence but also gives them a greater sense of ownership and autonomy. The true definition of empowerment is to literally give power to another person - you are doing this by teaching a skill and trusting them to carry it out without your supervision. Whenever you empower someone, the results may not come out as you thought. Maybe they are better, maybe they are worse. If they are better, celebrate and recognize your team for improving a process or practice. If the results are not what you expect, then this would trigger a coaching conversation where you can discuss the decision-making process and actions taken. This podcast wouldn't be possible without the incredible work of our amazing team: Scheduling and correspondence by Kristen Karaliunas To connect with AttractionPros: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can read all the books and take all the courses you can find about this business but they can never replace the ultimate job qualification the music industry responds to more than anything else, work experience.Empowering inclusion and accessibility through music, Shine Music unites people of all abilities and backgrounds in a transformative live music experience. Our innovative blend of traditional festival vibes, comprehensive accessibility measures, and state-of-the-art adaptive technology creates a truly universal space where everyone can revel in the power of music together. Join us in breaking down barriers and shining a light on the limitless potential of a truly inclusive community. LEarn more at https://www.shinemusic.rocks/Our guest today, Chadzilla Johnson, has made a name for himself in Denver as many things: a drummer, vocalist, educator, studio owner/engineer/producer, and composer. For nearly 30 years, he has performed with a multitude of local, national, and international touring acts, as well as recorded many albums of his own and others. We cover everything from filling the needs you find to the absolute powers of referrals and experience. Let's go!Action:If you're listening to this podcast you likely have some experience in this industry already, even if you still feel new. Our action today is to update your resume and list your experience at the top. Use this as a chance to reflect and clarify in your head what you have under your belt already in this business. Your experience is the 1st asset in your portfolio.Chadzillamusic.comIf you find this information useful please rate and subscribe to the podcast. So we can help keep you up on the finance side of your music business.As always, Thanks for joining us and remember there is already enough for everyone, you just need to know how to get it. Until next time, on behalf of Dave Tamkin and myself, Chris Webb. Stay happy, healthy and wealthy, to quote Julius Caesar, “Experience is the teacher of all things.” This is a Musicians Tip Jar.
Starting a business can be scary, especially when you step outside a successful career for the unknowns of entrepreneurship. That's exactly what Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow did when she founded the lifestyle brand Goop. What started as a simple newsletter in 2008 grew into an industry-leading wellness operation and a source for unique, innovative approaches to health. Goop exists to enrich its customers just as its CEO aspires to enrich her employees' experience in the workplace. In this episode of HR Break Room®, Paltrow discusses her company's journey and how crucial genuine employee investment is for any growing business. Key takeaways · Defining the crucial first steps of building your own business · Inspiring and empowering your employees · Understanding how employee investment benefits the company
We're back with a new season of How Government Built This! This year, our theme is "Strengthening and Empowering our People and Culture", and we'll be looking at how applying the principles of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) can promote innovation within an organization.This week, we explore the many ways that ACT-IAC's Emerging Technology Community of Interest is creating partnerships between people and organizations to advance our understanding of emerging technology. By expanding the range of perspectives at the table, we better prepare ourselves for a rapidly-changing future. Guests: Todd Hager, Vice President, Macro SolutionsCindy Good, Director of the Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation, Bureau of the Fiscal Service Amora Upton, RN Informatics Integrator for the Department of Veterans Affairs Jessica Tavasti Davis, Chief of Staff of Federal Civilian Sales for Microsoft Frederic de Vaulx, CEO, Prometheus Computing Featuring clips from:Jasmine Faubert, Senior Principal Systems Engineer, MITRE Renee Wynn, former CIO, NASA Sabina Sokol, U.S. Ambassador, Girls in Quantum Dan Hopkins, Vice President of Applied AI, EightfoldStay tuned for more HGBT by subscribing on your favorite podcast platform! For more from ACT-IAC, follow us on LinkedIn or visit http://www.actiac.org.
In this exciting episode of Side Hustle City podcast, we're joined by Donnie Boivin and Kevin Snow, founders of Success Champion Networking, along with Monica Tuck, a member of the group who recommended them for the show. As they gear up for their BIG small business summit, The Champions Summit, in Cincinnati on May 11, our guests share the ins and outs of their innovative online community that's revolutionizing the way business owners network.Discover how Success Champion Networking offers "Get Shit Done" business owners the opportunity to network smarter, not harder. Tired of time-consuming traditional networking methods? This online platform gives you back valuable time while connecting you with like-minded business owners committed to helping scale and grow your business.Listen in as Donnie, Kevin, and Monica discuss the benefits of this game-changing approach, including business category exclusivity, access to private online communities, and professional development opportunities. Plus, learn how their virtual networking events and weekly live coaching sessions can help you develop essential skills to grow and scale your business.In addition to the Success Champion Networking platform, our guests share details about The Champions Summit - an event that kick-starts your journey to build real business freedom and live the life you have envisioned for so long. With NO PITCHING, this event focuses on providing 100% value and tools to help businesses grow and scale faster. Get inspired, challenged, and transformed by powerful addresses, thought-provoking presentations, and networking opportunities with other badass business owners.Don't miss this engaging conversation that'll inspire you to take control of your networking experience, propel your business forward, and reserve your spot at The Champions Summit! Join us on the Side Hustle City podcast as we dive into the world of Success Champion Networking and The Champions Summit. Get more information and reserve your tickets at https://successchampionnetworking.com/champions-summit/If you need to learn more about how to get your side hustle off the ground with professional marketing please reach out to Reversed Out Creative. Read our blog for insights into the world of marketing.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showSubscribe to Side Hustle City and join our Community on Facebook
Jen Psaki used the opening segment of her program to slam Texas politicians on their dereliction of duty on the gun control issue. Rep. Colin Allred made it clear our gun state is denying Americans their freedoms. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/support
Peter Greer is the CEO of HOPE International, an international microfinance organization that equips people and families facing poverty to launch small businesses to support themselves and their communities. HOPE uses Christ-centered micro-loans and small savings groups to provide people with the temporary capital and the knowledge they need to successfully support themselves and their communities through businesses. Since inception, HOPE has provided more than $1.5 billion dollars to more than 2.5 million small business owners across 24 countries in the form of microfinance loans in order to empower them to break their own cycle of poverty with the gifts God gave them. Peter shares powerful testimonies of how micro-loans and small savings groups are fostering incredible fruitfulness and transforming communities all around the world in a sustainable process infused with the gospel. He also challenges us to cultivate a heart of generosity by changing the way we see people facing poverty and recognizing that we have nothing that we ourselves haven't been given! Listen now to hear all he had to share. QUOTES TO REMEMBER Just because someone is poor speaks more to the circumstance that they are living in more than their capacity as an individual. The Generosity movement is not a North American movement. It is a global movement for anyone who recognizes how much we've been given. A woman is the heart of the home. Lottery preys on individuals that have no hope and creates a trap that keeps people stuck. Have eyes to see the capacity and the dignity of every single individual What do I have that I haven't been given? LINKS FROM THE SHOW Hope International (see our interview with founder, Jeff Rutt) Mission Drift, by Peter Greer & Chris Horst Peterkgreer.com Created to Flourish, by Peter Greer & Phil Smith The Finish Line Community Facebook Group The Finish Line Community LinkedIn Group BIBLE REFERENCES FROM THE SHOW 1 Corinthians 4:7 | What Do You Have That You Haven't Been Given? For who sees anything different in you? What do you have that you did not receive? If then you received it, why do you boast as if you did not receive it? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! If you have a thought about something you heard, or a story to share, please reach out! You can find us on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. You can also contact us directly from our contact page. If you want to engage with the Finish Line Community, check out our groups on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Hey everyone, welcome to the Her Effect podcast! It's Jamie, and today we're talking about the power of ideas and developing a working knowledge in your passions. The Bible says you'll reap a harvest if you don't give up! Take your ideas seriously, create a plan, and trust in the guidance of the Holy Spirit. More Of What's Inside: Ideas have the power to change your life and make a global impact. Develop a working knowledge in your field of passion. Trust in the guidance of the Holy Spirit and be led by peace. Take your ideas seriously and create a plan of action. Hard work, dedication, and faith will lead to success. Embrace your ideas and create a blueprint for your life. Be the best in the world at what you do. God's plan for you is success, not failure. Reap the rewards of your efforts by staying persistent and focused.
In 2020 Shawna V. Sun, business entrepreneur and producer, had a life-changing encounter. In today's podcast, Shawna shares her story of breakthrough after walking away from God. Listen and hear how faith, forgiveness, and obedience could be the keys to your breakthrough.
Nicky Billou is a Christian immigrant from the Middle East who feels grateful to live in a free country. He believes that business is not a numbers game but rather a people's game. For him, life is all about people, and so is business. He enjoys interacting with people and recognizes that the lockdowns and isolation caused by the pandemic have negatively affected mental health. As a podcast host and guest, Nicky shares his energy, enthusiasm, laughter, and six-plus years of podcast conversation mastery. He also shares his expertise in several areas, such as helping entrepreneurs scale their businesses by 7-9 figures, assisting experts in becoming branded thought leaders and scaling their practices to $500,000 — $2 million, helping CEOs become authors and podcast hosts, and helping men step up, keep their word, and become better versions of themselves. He is an international best-selling author of seven published books and the host of two podcasts: The Thought Leader Revolution Podcast and The Sovereign Man Podcast. He has recorded over 400 episodes between the two shows and has helped 11 men and women add 7-9 figures to their businesses and 70+ men and women add $100,000 — $500,000 to their businesses. He loves helping entrepreneurs win big! Above all, he enjoys helping people make the difference they were born to make. He finds joy in talking to Christian business owners and helping them grow their businesses while remaining true to their faith. Website: ecircleacademy.com Guest Bio: Nicky Billou is the #1 International Best Selling Author of the book: Finish Line ThinkingTM: How to Think and Win Like a Champion, The Thought Leader's Journey: A Fable of Life, and The Power Of Connecting: How To Activate Profitable Relationships By Serving Your Network. He is an in-demand and highly inspirational speaker to corporate audiences such as RBC, Lululemon, Royal LePage, and TorStar Media. He is an advisor and confidante to some of the most successful and dynamic entrepreneurs in Canada. He is the founder of eCircle Academy (www.eCircleAcademy.com ) where he runs a yearlong Mastermind & Educational program working with Coaches, Consultants, Corporate Trainers, Clinic Owners, Realtors, Mortgage Brokers and other service-based Entrepreneurs, positioning them as authorities in their niche. He is the creator of the Thought Leader/Heart LeaderTM Designation. As the host of the #1 podcast in the world on Thought Leadership, The Thought Leader Revolution (www.TheThoughtLeaderRevolution.com ) Nicky has interviewed over 300 of the world's top Thought Leaders, such as: •Astronaut Chris Hadfield •George Ross of the Hit TV Series The Apprentice •Barbara Corcoran from Shark Tank •Supermodel & Business Mogul Kathy Ireland •Ivan Misner — Founder Of BNI •Graham Weihmiller — CEO of BNI •John Maxwell — World's #1 Leadership Author •NYT #1 Bestselling Author Seth Godin •Marie Forleo — Oprah's Coach •Jack Canfield: Author Of Chicken Soup For The Soul •Scott Adams: Creator of Dilbert ___________________ Subscribe to this podcast and download your favorite episodes to listen to later: Apple Spotify RSS Feed ___________________ ⚕️ Are you a woman healthcare professional who is struggling to juggle everything in your personal and professional life?
Lauren is a movement educator and specialist, and a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach and mama to Lila. She's here today to share her birth story which is so full of details surrounding boundary holding, intuition, and the preparations she did to feel empowered. Similar to our episode with doula Hehe Stewart, (listen here), Lauren chats all about how important it was to have her birth team on board with her plans. In addition to her birth story, we go deep into pelvic floor preparation and healing, and Lauren busts some myths for us too. Stay tuned for part 2! Sign Up: Prenatal Preparation for Postpartum Restoration workshop, where Garrett will be speaking postpartum mindset! Follow Lauren on IG: @mind.body.vitality Website: www.mindandbodyvitality.com _____________________________________ Connect with our host on IG: @garrettnwood Sign-up for the kozēkozē newsletter here. Follow kozēkozē on IG: @kozekozemama Podcast Instagram for details on past guests: @kozekozepodcast Follow Garrett on TikTok: @kozekozemama GET ON THE WAITLIST FOR THE 2nd ANNUAL FULL CIRCLE FEMININE WELLNESS RETREAT If you like Garrett's voice, check out her meditations here. email garrett: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kozekoze/message
To prevent rail accidents like the one in East Palestine, dial back government regulation and allow the tort system to work. Original Article: "Prevent Future Losses Like East Palestine by Reducing Regulation and Empowering Torts"
Mechelle Lewis Freeman's deep faith and the support of her family and community helped propel her to the top ranks of track and field. She's a Pan American Double Silver Medalist, a World Champion, and an Olympian. The lessons she learned from her own experiences inspired her to create a non-profit, TrackGirlz, that empowers girls through track and field. For complete show notes and links, visit our website at runningforreal.com/episode349. Thank you to Dri Seats, Tracksmith, and Becoming a Sustainable Runner for sponsoring this episode. What do you do when you finish a run or workout, you're hot and sweaty, and you have to get into your car? Put a towel over your seat and try to anchor it under the headrest, only to have it fall down as you're driving anyway? Perch on the very edge of your seat to try to minimize contact with it? Neither of those options keeps your car clean, not to mention that they can be dangerous. Dri Seat waterproof seat covers can be installed and removed in seconds; they have a slip-resistant backing that keeps them in place; and they won't scratch, scuff, stain or discolor your seats (and neither will your sweat!). They're machine washable and sized for all vehicles, from compact cars to trucks. Go here and use code R4R20 for 20% off your first order! Tracksmith is an independent running brand inspired by a deep love of the sport. For years the brand has elevated running wear using best-in-class materials and timeless silhouettes that perform at the highest level and can be worn everyday, not just for running. Tracksmith helps the environment by making comfortable, durable clothes that will last for years, rather than winding up in the landfill, but that's not the only contribution they make. They supported Running for Real in creating our RED-S: Realize. Reflect. Recover program. They help athletes who are trying to make the Olympic trials, and they offer scholarships for creatives to work on their crafts. They also have lots of events - Tina will be hosting events with them at the Boston and London marathons. If you're a new customer, go here and use the code TINANEW at checkout to get $15 off your order of $75 or more. Returning customers can use the code TINAGIVE, and Tracksmith will give you free shipping and donate 5% of your order to TrackGirlz. Are you a runner? Do you care about the planet you run on? Would you like to use running to change the world for the better? Becoming a Sustainable Runner will show you how. Becoming a Sustainable Runner, by Tina Muir and Zoë Rom, is a practical guide for runners of all abilities and backgrounds who want to take meaningful action to protect our planet through their love of the sport. It's available for pre-order through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Bookshop.org, Waterstones UK, Target, and many independent bookstores. Thanks for listening! If you haven't already, be sure to subscribe wherever you're listening to this podcast!. And if you enjoy Running for Real, please leave us a review! Keep up with what's going on at Running for Real by signing up for our weekly newsletter on our website. Follow Tina on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You'll find Running for Real on Instagram too! Want to be a member of the Running for Real community? Join #Running4Real Superstars on Facebook! Subscribe to our YouTube channel for additional content, including our RED-S: Realize. Reflect. Recover series of 50+ videos. Thank you for your support - we appreciate each and every one of you!
Set the context for a joyful, exuberant day with a short, powerful message from Sadhguru. Explore a range of subjects with Sadhguru, discover how every aspect of life can be a stepping stone, and learn to make the most of the potential that a human being embodies. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.org Sadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__app Official Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.org Sadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusive Inner Engineering Link: isha.co/ieo-podcast Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shayla Atkins is an award-winning leadership and business strategist, global DEI consultant, and international keynote speaker. With nearly 20 years of corporate experience as a human resource executive, Shayla is passionate about cultivating diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace cultures. As CEO and Founder of The Atkins Impact Consulting Firm and creator of the Solo 2 CEO Academy, Shayla guides women of color leaders and entrepreneurs to build and grow authentic, profitable, and sustainable careers and businesses leveraging authenticity as their competitive advantage. Shayla is a leading authority in global DEI strategies, frameworks, and initiatives, and has been recognized for her leadership, commitment, and contributions to her community and the next generation. Shayla Atkins Links: Website: www.theatkinsimpact.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shayla-n-atkins/ PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://www.womleadmag.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YJHMoy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GkmpVInAQR7Fgco0pUa1B RSS: https://feeds.libsyn.com/409442/rss YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDpQX16k5Uh7G7PFjMjZ8KimqoOpFF-t CONNECT: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WomELLE - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womelle - Twitter: https://twitter.com/womelle - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womelle - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realwomelle/ OUTLINE: 1:15 - With almost two decades of corporate experience as a human resource executive, Shayla Atkins shares how she got into HR. 4:08 - Shayla Atkins delves into the origins of The Atkins Impact Consulting Firm, her expertise in global DEI strategies, frameworks, and initiatives. 8:43 - Authenticity is a crucial aspect of leadership development, and Shayla Atkins highlights its importance as a competitive advantage. 12:37 - Code-switching is a common occurrence in corporate America, and Shayla Atkins explains how it affects workplace cultures. 13:46 - Shayla Atkins emphasizes the significance of being authentic in leadership and business and all aspects of life. 18:34 - Shayla Atkins explains how women of color leaders and entrepreneurs can join her Solo 2 CEO Academy program. 23:11 - Shayla Atkins shares insights into what women can expect to gain from her book. 25:10 - Leadership can be taught with various skills and strategies, according to Shayla Atkins. 30:19 - Drawing on her experience as a business strategist and consultant, Shayla Atkins offers advice for women who are starting their own business.