In this episode of the Tough Girl Podcast, we delve into the inspiring journey of Maite Rojo, a passionate ultra runner who has taken on some of the toughest challenges in the world of endurance racing. Born in a small fishing village in Northern Spain, Maite's love for sports and running ignited at a young age. Encouraged by her family, she discovered the simplicity and joy of running, eventually becoming an integral part of a supportive running community. Over the years, she embarked on marathons, ultra marathons, and eventually 24-hour races, pushing her body to its limits. Maite's perseverance and dedication paid off when she won two 24-hour challenges, with her second victory securing her a direct entrance to the prestigious Spartathlon Race in Athens. In the gruelling Spartathlon, Maite ran an astonishing 247 km and placed 9th female, proving her indomitable spirit. Not one to rest on her laurels, Maite recently tackled the Ultr'Ardèche ultra race in France, covering a distance of 222 km and finishing in an impressive 4th place. Her relentless pursuit of new challenges and her ability to adapt to the demands of each race showcase her extraordinary strength and tenacity. Beyond her own personal achievements, Maite also dedicates her races to her father, who battles a degenerative illness that affects his mobility. Her running journey serves as a testament to the power of resilience and the ability to find strength even in the face of adversity. Join us as Maite Rojo shares her insights on training for 24-hour races, the importance of rest and recovery, nutrition for endurance athletes, and the mental preparation required to conquer monumental challenges. Her story is one of passion, perseverance, and the unwavering belief in following one's heart. *** Don't miss out on the latest episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast, released every Tuesday at 7am UK time! Be sure to hit the subscribe button to stay updated on the incredible journeys and stories of strong women. By supporting the Tough Girl Podcast on Patreon, you can make a difference in increasing the representation of female role models in the media, particularly in the world of adventure and physical challenges. Your contribution helps empower and inspire others. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast to be a part of this important movement. Thank you for your invaluable support! Show notes Who is Maite Born in Northern Spain in a small fishing village Currently living in her brothers house, close to Santiago, Spain 50 years old Spending time around boats from a young age Learning dingy sailing with her brother at 18 years old Having a love for sports from a young age Starting running at 13 years old Her running journey and how it progresses Being very shy as a child and being encouraged by her family to do sports Loving the simplicity of running Finding fellow runners and being part of a community Competing for 6 years in running before stopping due to other commitments Sailing full time and trying to train for her first half marathon Running 1 or 2 marathons a year Training for 24hr races Supported her brother running the Spartathlon 2018 (he was the only Spanish finisher) Being inspired and wanting to race the Spartathlon Entering the Spartathlon lottery for 3 years before going for a direct entrance Doing her first 24hr race In New Zealand (23rd Self-Transcendence 24 Hour Track Race) and running 206km and placing 1st female. Running a 24hr track race in Barcelona (24 hores d'ultrafons en pista de Barcelona (ESP)) and qualifying for the Spartathlon by running 216.9km Quitting her sailing job to focus on running and training for 4 months before the Spartathlon Race Wanting to be super prepared Working as a running coach Wanting to challenge herself with training and to see how much her body could adapt to the challenges of the race What training looked like Looking at her strengths and weaknesses Being able to do hard sessions and being able to recovery quickly Focusing on strength training while working on a boat when not able to run How sailing helped prepare her for sleep deprivation while running through the night Starting to increase her millage on a gradual basis and doing back to back training sessions at the weekend Tips for rest and recovery and why its good to have a regular massage The benefits of stretching Working on her weaknesses and focusing on building strength in her legs through weights Ensuring enough food is consumed to support her body and training needs Nutrition for fuelling her body as a vegetarian, wanting to eat as natural as possible (avoiding gels) The mental preparation for the Spartathlon Race Race strategy for running including dealing with cut off points and the challenge of the mountain in the middle How meditation helped during the race - focusing on the beauty of the running environment from the stars to the moon. Reducing her caffeine consumption before the race and then having caffeine again before the mountain Being supported by her crew and seeing her brother at aid stations along the way Running Ultr'Ardèche, in France (222km) and getting 4th place How to connect with Maite Why it's important to have passion for what you do and why you should follow your heart. Social Media Instagram: @mairedrunner Facebook: @mairedrunner
Dive into today's episode where Zack Boothe and guest Jason Wood unleashed the unconventional details behind a first deal that nearly hit the six-figure mark. Get ready for a rollercoaster of unique strategies and untold tales that paved the way for this remarkable success story that nearly made $90,000 in just the FIRST deal! Key Takeaways A glimpse into Jason's life before real estate Breaking down the numbers of an $80,000 deal Offloading project management burdens through strategic partnerships Ensuring your partnerships contribute to your bottom line The creative side of real estate for increased financial gains and time freedom Understanding that driving for dollars is a business centered on finding sellers Resources The 40 Day Challenge with Zack Boothe Driving for Dollars Mastery
This episode features an interview with Jessica Jensen, Chief Marketing Officer at Indeed. She is responsible for brand, communication, product, and acquisition marketing globally. Prior to Indeed, Jessica served as CMO at OpenTable and led B2B marketing for Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger. She also held leadership roles at Apple and Yahoo!In this episode, Kailey sits down with Jessica to discuss the innovation of matching technology, pay transparency, and elevating employer and candidate experience strategies with AI.-------------------Key Takeaways:When trying to find the right candidates for the right jobs, matching technology is imperative. It is able to employ deep specificity and find job seekers with stand-out qualifications and certifications. This technology also improves close rates on the employer side and personalized experiences on the candidate side.Having data that is structured, accessible, governed, and used with human insight enables the right access for the right teams and that it's used appropriately. You can avoid broken data pipelines and governance issues by being intentional about where the data lives and who has access to it.When implementing AI, it's critical to have humans in the loop to snuff out biases. Relying solely on what AI produces can lead to imagery and descriptions that are not inclusive of humanity, and will further replicate problems in our society.-------------------“We have to be the ones who control the machines. Ensuring that we are creating the imagery and the descriptions that are inclusive of humanity and not just relying on what AI pulls and chews up and spits out, is something that we're really investing a lot of energy in. I really hope that companies are thinking very critically about that because if we let AI run rampant, it will reproduce the problems in society.” – Jessica Jensen-------------------Episode Timestamps:*(03:11) - Jessica's career journey*(06:51) - Trends in the customer experience journey at Indeed*(10:53) - How Indeed is using AI to elevate employer and candidate experience strategies*(17:28) - How Indeed uses matching technology to find candidates for employers*(27:44) - How Jessica defines “good data”*(35:42) - An example of another company doing it right with customer engagement (hint: it's TurboTax and Virgin America)*(42:00) - Jessica's recommendations for upleveling customer experience strategies-------------------Links:Connect with Jessica on LinkedInConnect with Kailey on LinkedInLearn more about Caspian Studios-------------------SponsorGood Data, Better Marketing is brought to you by Twilio Segment. In today's digital-first economy, being data-driven is no longer aspirational. It's necessary. Find out why over 20,000 businesses trust Segment to enable personalized, consistent, real-time customer experiences by visiting Segment.com
Michael and Hannah guide us through a crucial aspect of home health or hospice agency management: the billing and collections process. As the year wraps up, they emphasize the importance of a detailed breakdown, focusing specifically on handling denials and appeals. Effective management of denials and appeals is essential for financial stability and maintaining quality care standards. Understanding the reasons behind each denial is the first step, achieved through meticulous review of payer feedback to identify patterns and systemic issues hindering reimbursement. Hannah highlights the significance of comprehensive documentation for successful appeals. Ensuring accuracy, completeness, and alignment with payer requirements is crucial. Regular training sessions to keep staff updated on regulation changes foster a culture of compliance, reducing the likelihood of errors. The establishment of clear internal processes as a daily compass, defining roles, setting timelines, and establishing communication channels. Monitoring denial trends enables identification of root causes and implementation of corrective actions, fortifying the agency against financial risks. Often overlooked is the aspect of communication with payers, a crucial element in denial management. They stress the strategic use of technology not only to react to denials but proactively shape a resilient reimbursement process. Hannah concludes by underlining the significance of proactive denial and appeal management, urging listeners not to put it off. Don't miss the next episode: a discussion on KPIs, reporting, and analytic tools within RCM (Revenue Cycle Management). Join them for insights into shaping a sustainable future for home health agencies.
This episode features a conversation with Merry Campbell, Chair of Employment and Labor at Shulman Rogers law firm, as she discusses current and upcoming legal considerations in recruiting and hiring. Touching on issues around AI, demographic data, diversity, equity and inclusion goals, and more, Merry provides perspective on ensuring hiring practices align with emerging regulations while still moving towards creating an ethical and effective recruitment process. Tune in for practical insights about successfully navigating today's shifting landscape of hiring technologies and requirements.
Gloria Umanah, the visionary behind Hope Booth, uses her own lived experiences to passionately fight for those who feel invisible. In this episode, Gloria generously shares her story with the Be the Bridge community and the story behind Hope Booth. She and Latasha connect over their Yoruba names and over being Black women who lead non profits. They discuss mental health, the power of making someone feel seen and that they belong, and making hope and help accessible to all.Gloria's story, words, and work will empower listeners to choose to keep living, to see hope all around, and to see themselves as worthy of being cared for. This conversation is full of reminders that God is at work and that no one is alone. The episode ends with Gloria sharing a powerful spoken word piece you do not want to miss. *(We do want to offer a listener warning that suicide is mentioned in this episode.) Join in the conversation on our social media pages on Facebook and Instagram and LinkedIn to let us know your thoughts on this episode! Host & Executive Producer - Latasha Morrison Senior Producer - Lauren C. Brown Producer, Editor, & Music - Travon Potts with Integrated Entertainment Studios Assistant Producer & Transcriber - Sarah Connatser Quotes: “My scars are roadmaps to redemption for other people.” -Gloria Umanah “There's a way of showing people their dignity and their worth when you acknowledge their existence.” -Latasha Morrison Links: If you'd like to partner with the Be the Bridge Podcast, please fill out our Advertise with Us form. Ads: Spotify for Podcasters [Record, edit, distribute your podcast. Download the Spotify for Podcasters app or go to www.spotify.com/podcasters to get started] Sign up for the Be the Bridge Newsletter Become a Donor of Be the Bridge Shop the Be the Bridge Online Shop Resources Mentioned:Until All Are Seen documentary by Hope BoothEqual Justice Initiative Legacy Sites“See Me” spoken word video by Gloria Umanah Connect with Gloria Umanah: Her Website Instagram Facebook Connect with Hope Booth: Website Facebook Instagram Connect with Be the Bridge: Our Website Facebook Instagram Threads Twitter Connect with Latasha Morrison: Facebook Instagram Threads Twitter Not all views expressed in this interview reflect the values and beliefs of Latasha Morrison or the Be the Bridge organization.
Join us in this captivating episode as we journey through the realm of marketing with Emanuel Rose, a distinguished expert with over three decades of experience. Emanuel, the driving force behind Strategic eMarketing, delves into the intricacies of cutting-edge marketing, branding, and advertising. Discover his passion for helping businesses thrive from the ground up, and how his unique approach has steered countless clients towards success. We explore the significance of authenticity in marketing campaigns, his insights on connecting with Gen Z, and his creative endeavor as an author of children's books. Find Emanuel's books and learn more about him at https://emanuelrose.com
"What Dreams May Come" is a thought-provoking film released in 1998, starring Robin Williams and Annabella Sciorra. It delves into themes of love, loss, the afterlife, and the power of imagination. The story follows a man who navigates the afterlife to save his wife's soul. In this episode, we delve into the mesmerizing world of "What Dreams May Come," a film that intricately weaves elements from Richard Matheson's novel, Dante's Inferno, and the captivating imagination of Robin Williams.
Dog Training Today with Will Bangura: #130 Are you ready to open your home and heart to a new furry friend? We're here to help make it a joyful and successful experience. Join us, your favorite pet behavior experts, as we discuss everything you need to know about bringing home a new puppy or dog. We'll start from the basics, setting boundaries, establishing a strong training foundation, and why consistency is key. We share our thoughts on the Sealy Ham Terrier, the new star at the recent National Dog Show, and give our tips on how to manage multiple pets in one household.Ensuring your dog is well trained is not only beneficial for you but also for them. We discuss effective and practical methods of training, highlighting the importance of high reward foods and the value of positive reinforcement. From leash manners and potty training to basic commands, we've got it all covered. Learn how to create a training routine that incorporates distractions, and the significance of a 'let's go' command. We'll also discuss the need for a 'drag line' for control when training your pup.Introducing a new pet into a home with existing pets can be a challenge. We're here to ease that process. We guide you through the best approaches to introduce a new dog into a multi-pet household, including tips for managing potential resource guarding behaviors. If you're struggling with potty training, fret not! We'll share our tips, tricks, and the idea of keeping a journal to track your pet's habits. We'll also delve into crate training and the important aspects to consider. Tune in to our lively discussion and prepare to take notes, this episode is packed with valuable insights for every dog owner. Let's make the transition of bringing a new pet into your home as smooth as possible.Support the showIf you need professional help please visit my Dog Behaviorist website.Go here for Free Dog Training Articles
This is the audio-only version of our weekly cyber security talk show, teissTalk. Join us for free by visiting www.teiss.co.uk/teisstalkThe panel discussion is titled:teissTalk: Embracing AI tools across your organisation - ensuring you remain secureThe opportunities and risks widespread adoption of AI poses to your organisationHow infosec thinking can keep all departments safe as they adopt AI toolsBest practices for integrating AI tools across the organisationThis episode is hosted by Thom Langfordhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/thomlangford/Eldar Lillevik, Partner - Cyber Security & Privacy, PwChttps://www.linkedin.com/in/eldarlillevik/Laiz Batista Tellefsen, Board Member, Den norske dataforening (DND)https://www.linkedin.com/in/laizbatista/Andres Andreu, SVP, CISO, 2Uhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/andresandreu/
In this riveting installment of The Adrenaline Zone podcast, Sandra and Sandy explore the modern landscape of ranching and farming alongside special guest Andrea Nicholas Perdue, the visionary CEO of Wagonhound Ranch in Wyoming. This episode masterfully examines the delicate balance between upholding traditional ranching values and embracing cutting-edge agricultural technology. You'll hear about Wagonhound Ranch's rich legacy in cattle ranching, dating back to the late 1800s, and Andrea's remarkable journey from the world of finance to helming a colossal 300,000-acre ranch. Today's interview peels back the layers on the risks and rewards that define ranching, encompassing weather woes, disease dilemmas, and the intricate dance between tradition and innovation. The diversification of Wagonhound Ranch's business operations, including cattle ranching, hospitality, farming, and outfitting, takes center stage, exploring its motivations and sustainable implications. Moreover, the episode delves into the historical significance of Wagonhound Ranch's location along the Oregon Trail, preserving the legacy of the American West, and outlines strategies for managing risks in the unpredictable world of ranching. Today's conversation also illuminates the dynamic interplay between private and public interests, where effective communication is the linchpin. Tune in today for an unmissable adventure through the heartland of ranching, entrepreneurship, and the indomitable spirit of the American West in this extraordinary episode of The Adrenaline Zone. Quotes "Ranching has a long tradition in my family. My family has been cattle ranchers since we immigrated to the U.S. in the 1880s." "There's a push and a pull between private and public, and there always will be. That's something that I think you delicately manage." "You're operating a business in an environment that you don't control, and so you put things in place to help you control that." "There's been a big, renewed focus because it's finally been accepted that our food system is really one of the big levers that we have to affect global planet health." "Farming has gotten really sophisticated, and a lot of that happens automatically with the new technology of the farm equipment that you're using." "Regenerative agriculture is more of a rebranding of practices that have been implemented for a long time, like rotational grazing." "I think that there's this next generation of leaders that are women, and they are really accepting and excited about it." Keep the adrenaline rush going at: The Adrenaline Zone Homepage The Adrenaline Zone on Instagram The Adrenaline Zone on Twitter The Adrenaline Zone on TikTok Wagonhound
In this episode we unpack the fifth commitment from the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching; Ensuring value in the relationship. We uncover the thinking behind the section, its inclusion in the Code of Ethics and its application in coaching. About the Featured Guests Vinnie Gill puts people and culture first. She enjoys connecting with people and companies to find their purpose, walking alongside them in their organisational growth journey. Her passion is influencing change at the Enterprise level. She is deeply involved in the Agile community, speaks at international conferences and has a special interest in educating and education being the tool that empowers people. Follow Vinnie Gill on LinkedIn Tom Cagley is a consultant, speaker, podcaster, author, coach, and agile guide who leads organizations and teams to unlock their inherent greatness. He has developed estimation models and has supported organizations developing classic and agile estimates. Tom helps teams and organizations improve cycle time, productivity, quality, morale, and customer satisfaction, and then prove it. Follow Tom Cagley on LinkedIn Follow @tcagley on Twitter Reference(s) Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching https://www.agilealliance.org/resources/initiatives/agile-coaching-ethics/ The Women in Agile community champions inclusion and diversity of thought, regardless of gender, and this podcast is a platform to share new voices and stories with the Agile community and the business world, because we believe that everyone is better off when more, diverse ideas are shared. Podcast Library: www.womeninagile.org/podcast Women in Agile Org Website: www.womeninagile.org Connect with us on social media! LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/womeninagile/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/womeninagile/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/womeninagileorg Please take a moment to rate and review the Women in Agile podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. This is the best way to help us amplify the voices and wisdom of the talent women and allies in our community! Be sure to take a screenshot of your rating and review and post it on social media with the hashtag #womeninagile to help spread the word and continue to elevate Women in Agile. About our Hosts Leslie Morse is an agilist at heart. She was leveraging agile practices and appreciating agile principles long before she even knew what they were. Her agile journey officially started in 2010 and she never looked back. Her career has taken many twists and turns. She led a digital marketing start-up in college, was involved with replatforming Lowes.com while they adopted agile practices, provided training and coaching for agile transformation across a wide array of industries, and now serves as a Product Owner for Scrum.org. She is trained in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) and has been involved in with Women in Agile since its original inception at Scrum Gathering 2013 in Las Vegas. You can follow Leslie on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lesliejdotnet). About our Sponsor Scrum.org is the Home of Scrum, founded in 2009 by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber focused on helping people and teams solve complex problems by improving how they work through higher levels of professionalism. Scrum.org provides free online resources, consistent experiential live training, ongoing learning paths, and certification for people with all levels of Scrum knowledge. You can learn more about the organization by visiting www.scrum.org.
Escape the Daily Grind Strategies to Maximize Profits and Minimize Work In this episode, Rocky Lalvani is joined by business coach Pete Taylor to uncover the secrets to structuring a business for maximum profitability and time freedom. Pete shares his expertise in building both brick and mortar and online businesses, emphasizing the importance of implementing the Profit First system. From picked on to pro athlete to serial entrepreneur. Pete built a 7 figure business, dozens of employees, model wife, rolex watches, cars and homes in the country but left all of this to follow his own hero's journey and second mountain; building a community of guys to help him and them stop playing at level 4 when they know they have level 10 in the bag. Pete is a father, mentors founders from 7-8 figures and coaches to build resilience, discipline and character forging. In this episode, you will learn the following: How balancing reinvestment in the business with personal financial stability is essential for long-term success. Learn to develop financial systems that facilitate the expansion of businesses and the accumulation of personal wealth. Acquiring a structured approach to personal finance management can stop profits from being continuously reinvested in the company. Ensuring that funds are set aside for personal use can be facilitated by keeping a profit account distinct from the business finances. Links: Awakened Man - https://www.awakenedman.org/ Personal site - https://www.petetaylor.co.uk/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pete_taylor/ Hi, I'm the Profit Answer Man Rocky Lalvani! I help small business owners simplify their financial reports to make more informed business decisions with fewer hassles. We utilize the Profit First system created by Mike Michalowicz Our Q&A call on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1 pm Eastern: https://bit.ly/PFcall Sign up to be notified when the next cohort of the Profit First Experience Course is available! Schedule your free, no-obligation intro call: https://bookme.name/rockyl/lite/intro-appointment-15-minutes Check out our website: http://profitcomesfirst.com/ Questions: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Relay Bank (affiliate link) - https://relayfi.com/?referralcode=profitcomesfirst Profit Answer Man Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/profitanswerman/ My podcast about living a richer more meaningful life: http://richersoul.com/ Profit First Toolkit: click here to sign up This episode is part of the SMB Podcast Network. Find other great interviews from around the internet just like this one at https://www.SMBPodcastNetwork.com Music provided by Junan from Junan Podcast Any financial advice is for educational purposes only and you should consult with an expert for your specific needs. #profitfirst
On this episode of The Association Podcast, Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D., a disability rights advocate and ADA compliance consultant, shares her insights on creating accessible environments. She discusses her work in disability inclusion, her experiences consulting on ADA compliance for large tradeshows, and the importance of attention to detail in planning accessible events. We also talk about the balance between security and usability in design, the significance of seemingly simple things like ramps, and the need for respectful language when interacting with individuals with disabilities. Rosemarie's Website with Free Resourceswww.rosemariespeaks.comUniversal Design Laboratorywww.udll.com
HR leaders are considering how new and emerging capabilities, like AI, will transform benefits, personalization, and access to care and treatment. Host and Aon's Senior Vice President, Healthcare Industry Vertical, Sheena Singh, is joined by Aon's Global Analytics and Actuarial Leader, Health Solutions, Doug Melton, for a discussion on the impact of technology on the future of health and benefits.[1:44] Three facets of Doug's passion for optimizing employee health[3:28] Defining new technologies and their impact on healthcare[6:48] Key differences between new technology and traditional analytic approaches[8:53] The value of healthcare technology advancements for employers[11:50] Aon's collaborative strategies for utilizing these technologies to support clients[13:51] Ensuring data security while maximizing technology benefitsAdditional Resources:Aon's websiteHow Technology Will Transform Employee Benefits in the Next Five Years How Data and Analytics Can Optimize HR ProgramsFour Ways to Increase the ROI of Your Benefits Strategy With TechnologyTweetables:“The new technologies matter for the employer because they should make the employee experience better.” — Doug Melton“Aon is helping our clients' employees with innovative solutions depending on what their needs are.” — Doug Melton“We're tackling this new learning together and applying it to other clients who have the same situation.” — Doug Melton“[Data security] is a top priority and area of focus for us at all times.” — Doug Melton
Watch the YouTube version of this episode HEREAre you an attorney who needs help with delivering presentations? In this podcast episode, Jim and Tyson host Val Madama, a legal presentation coach. Val shares her journey from practicing food and drug law to coaching lawyers on improving their presentation skills.Mastering presentations is a skill that takes practice. Val goes over a few common mistakes lawyers make when giving presentations. One mistake is assuming everyone needs the same things from the presentation when really everyone needs something different and will walk away with something different. This means the way you communicate to an audience should reflect this idea. Tailoring a presentation to each audience is key to keeping them engaged. If the presentation is about writing legal briefs, tailor your content to that. Another mistake is not presenting using plain language. Legal jargon only makes sense to lawyers. If you are giving a presentation to an audience who is not, ensure your slides and your language is clear and makes sense. Think about starting presentations off with a thesis or why you are there and what you are trying to “prove”.Val, Jim and Tyson talk about the importance of storytelling when presenting. A lot of people are more focused on making their slides look better or using eye-catching software to create their presentation. Others are more concerned with not stumbling and making sure their entire presentation is perfect. The reality is there will be stumbling or saying “um” or “like” and that is fine. As long as the presentation flows like you are telling a story, the presentation is a success.Ensuring there is enough time to practice for a presentation is really important to delivering it well. Val talks about developing muscle memory when practicing. The more you practice, the easier it is to remember and create that flow. One trick is to treat the presentation as if it were a conversation with colleagues or a normal Monday morning meeting discussing the week ahead. This also takes the “nervousness” out of presenting because it is being treated like any other conversation. Start rehearsing for presentations when you are 75% done creating it. This will allow you to flesh out any issues and go back and forth in how you will say things. This will shape your speech and also develop muscle memory. Though rehearsing is important, make sure to step away from the presentation to allow for the muscle memory to develop better. This will also not create a robotic speech to your presentation.Take a listen!Jim's Hack: There is no substitute for meeting people face to face ( like your team!) Val's Tip: For everyone's next presentation figure out what the action you want people to take, and then identify 1 to 2 benefits of that action, and let that be your whole thesis statement. Tyson Tip: Change the mindset with a quote by Guy Ritchie: Love the game because you're in it. Own the game, accept the rules and move into the rules. 3:00 Common mistakes lawyers make in presentations4:28 The importance of using plain language and avoiding legal jargon10:29 Prioritizing content, storytelling, and tailoring the presentation16:56 Regular practice and muscle memory in improving presentation skills19:39 The importance of taking a break from rehearsing to allow for passion to consolidate
HANDLING ALCOHOL ABUSE IN DIVORCE AND COPARENTING EP 113HOST: Beverly Price, Divorce & Empowerment CoachGUEST: Chris Beck, VP of Family Law Business Development for Soberlink Healthcare SUMMARY:Handling alcohol abuse in divorce and co-parenting is a complex and emotionally charged issue, as approximately 50% of divorces cite heavy drinking as a contributing factor. This not only shatters marriages but also casts a shadow of fear over co-parenting relationships. Concerns about a child's safety can be particularly agonizing, leading to questions like, "Will my child be safe?" In such situations, trust and transparency between the co-parents become paramount. Ensuring the well-being of the children should be the primary focus, with both parents working together to create a safe and nurturing environment and seeking professional guidance if alcohol abuse remains a concern. In this episode of Her Empowered Divorce, your Host, Chris Beck, the VP of Family Law Business Development for Soberlink Healthcare. Together, they discuss alcohol abuse and what can be done if alcohol abuse is an issue in your divorce and co-parenting. KEY TAKEAWAYS: ● Does Sober Link give definitive proof about alcohol use? Soberlink is self-administered, and there is no middle person giving you the results. It's a breathalyzer that is combined with facial recognition technology, and internally, it has a way to submit the result in real time through Bluetooth and cyber technology.● How can I prove I can be trusted if I have a history of distrust? The pain point of losing trust to a point where monitoring is necessary is great, but Soberlink gives the other parent or the concerned party peace of mind that what is happening is real, as sobriety is documented in real-time, hence building trust back-to-back.● Can the alcohol test be done before the other parent talks to the child on a call to make sure they are sober? Yes definitely. Where there is severe alcohol use, treatment is ongoing, or visitation is done via Zoom, part of the program is testing and documenting their sobriety before the call, and you get and validate the compliant test results.● Why should I choose Soberlink over other alcohol monitoring technologies? Soberlink has robust technology that ensures the quality of their product is there. It's handheld, used remotely in real-time, and has family law-specific programs, technologies, and customer service.● No matter the situation, it's possible to keep a parent who is struggling with alcohol use disorder with the right treatment and the right technology to support the treatment. Technology is here to help you, help your child, and keep them safe. It's in the best interest of the child when both parents are part of their life. NOTABLE QUOTES:● Being able to prove that you are sober when parenting your children is empowering. (Chris) ● Having a technology that shows proof of sobriety, especially during co-parenting time, helps to mend the relationship, build trust back-to-back sooner, and bring the family immunity back. (Chris)● Family law can now do alcohol monitoring discreetly because of technology like facial recognition, and it doesn't have to be done in the presence of children. It can be self-administered and still give transparency to others that are part of the monitoring agreement. (Chris)● When someone has alcohol use disorder, they will do whatever they can to make sure they get the next drink, and Soberlink
Ensuring frontline workers are equipped with the essential tools to elevate and enrich the overall patient experience is paramount. In this episode, Ed Finn, Business Development Manager of Fiber at Crown Castle, dives into the vital role infrastructure plays in advancing healthcare technologies. Crown Castle, a health facilities-based carrier, offers services such as dark fiber, and Wi-Fi managed fiber and owns 40% of the nation's towers, enabling customized Wi-Fi solutions. Ed explains why he collaborates with regional partners to promote healthcare solutions that align with their key performance indicators. He also highlights the use of ambient intelligence, emphasizing the importance of supporting those workers with the right tools and technologies to enhance the overall patient experience. Stay tuned to discover how Crown Castle is reshaping the future of healthcare infrastructure. Resources: Connect with and follow Ed Finn on LinkedIn and email him here. Email Karen Fetters and Jon Rosen. Follow Crown Castle on LinkedIn. Explore Crown Castle's Website.
Do you want to maximize your reach and attract more clients on social media? Are you looking for a solution to effectively repurpose your blog content and achieve the desired outcome? Brittnie shares her expertise on repurposing blog content for social media, so that photographers balancing motherhood and a business can improve their social media consistency and successfully attract clients. Discover the key strategies and techniques to transform your blog content into engaging social media posts, and unlock the potential to connect with your target audience on a whole new level. Highlights In This Episode: Improve your social media consistency to attract more clients and grow your photography business. Find balance between being a mother and running a successful photography business. Learn how to repurpose your blog content to create engaging social media posts and save time. Gain credibility and attract new clients by sharing client testimonials on your social media platforms. Leverage your blog content to increase your visibility and reach on social media. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:06 - Introduction 00:00:35 - Challenges of Running a Photography Business with Children 00:01:45 - Consistency in Social Media Posting 00:03:56 - Different Goals for Posts and Stories 00:08:46 - Making Instagram Posts a Selling Point 00:14:04 - Importance of the Client Experience 00:15:20 - Making Blogging Easy 00:15:53 - Repurposing Blog Content 00:19:06 - Using Older Photos for Social Media 00:21:18 - Client Testimonials and Building Purpose Balancing motherhood with a successful photography business is a significant challenge that many women face. This juggling act requires a careful allocation of time and resources between personal responsibilities and professional aspirations. With the demanding nature of both roles, it becomes necessary to strike a balance, and maintain it, in order to ensure both personal happiness and career success. Ensuring consistency on social media platforms is crucial for any business, especially in the visually engaging field of photography. Regular posting helps increase visibility and grow the follower base, while also setting the stage for higher engagement. This increased interaction not only helps in customer acquisition, but also in customer retention, providing significant growth opportunities for the business. Repurposing blog content for social media is an effective, time-saving strategy that enhances online visibility. By converting long-format blog posts into bite-sized, digestible social media content, photographers can engage with their audience in a whole new way. This allows for the optimal usage of resources, leading to better reach and recognition, ultimately driving more clients to the business. Connect with Brittnie: Website: https://brittnierenee.com/photographers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittnierenee_co/ Etsy T-Shirt Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FinnAndMaeShirtCo Capture The Chaos Planner: https://brittnierenee.com/planner-collection Use code: PODCAST15 for 15% off your planner order Leave a Voice Message:https://www.speakpipe.com/capturethechaospodcast You deserve to have a passionate advocate and a creative thinker by your side to help you build your dream business. If you're ready to take the guesswork out of building a profitable business that fits your life - without hustling every ounce of your free time - it's time to invest in a coach. Learn more about 1:1 coaching.
Who are the most important people in your life and how do you grow your community? Our guest this week is Florence Ann Romano, an accomplished author, childcare advocate, and champion of family support. In this episode, we explore the profound influence of Florence Ann's grandparents, who instilled a deep understanding of the importance of fostering connections. They imparted the invaluable lesson that building strong connections and inviting others into our hearts is a source of strength rather than weakness. With over 15 years of experience as a nanny, Florence Ann has not only authored books and advocated for childcare but has also been actively involved in organizations supporting pediatric research and childhood education. As a founding member of Sesame Street's Leadership Council, Florence Ann is affectionately known as "Auntie Lo" to the honorary kids in her life. She is also the author of the new book, Build Your Village, which she wrote after the COVID pandemic, when it became evident that nearly everyone globally was having trouble rebuilding quality connections. Everyone needs a community of supportive people around them. Join us in this episode to discover the six archetypes of a healthy community, how to find the right people for your village, and what to do when your village is lost. What We Discuss in this Episode Defining the concept of a "Village" and understanding how to create one. Identifying the life stages where having a Village is most crucial. Strategies for recognizing potential villagers. The significance of the six archetypes and whether all six are necessary. Ensuring that you have the right people in the right seats within your Village. Practical tips for effectively requesting the support and help you need. How to become a better villager to those in your community. Common obstacles that hinder people from building their own Village. Navigating the challenges when your Village is disrupted or lost. Hearing about personal experiences in identifying needs and constructing one's own Village. Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/relationships/471-the-power-of-community-finding-joy-and-connection-in-every-stage-of-life-with-florence-ann-romano
In this episode of the New York City Bar Association podcast, members of the United Nations Committee – Shubha Chandra, Yveline Dalmacy, Karl Fisher and Sophia Murashkovsky Romma – discuss the Association's recent membership in the UN Global Compact. The conversation touches upon the Global Compact's mission, its fundamental principles, and the broader implications of the partnership for the Bar Association and its members. Ensuring respect for justice, human rights, corporate sustainability, and adhering to the rule of law are important aspects underlined in the discussion. The episode also elaborates on the potential benefits for members such as access to diverse training on corporate sustainability. Access a transcript of this episode here: https://bityl.co/MSo7
If there's one thing I talk about a LOT, it's being very intentional about having a strategy for your podcast. And while that sounds nice, it might leave you wondering, “But Caroline, what exactly does that look like? What are the different pieces that make up a podcast strategy?” Well, I'm going to paint you a picture that answers precisely those questions. In today's episode, I'm sharing the different components that I've had to consider in developing my own podcast strategy and in helping my clients to do the same. We'll cover everything from including a clear call to action in your episodes, to generating leads in your sleep, to preserving the longevity of your podcast as your business continues to grow. Start converting your listeners into leads and clients for your business! Grab my FREE Guide to structuring your episodes for sales with our best tips and a guide for solo episodes. Download today to get started! What's in this episode: [02:08] A problem we solved about how to stay excited and get your podcast growing again [05:05] Creating episodes based on the action that you want your listeners to take [07:48] Mapping out a schedule so you can outline and record episodes in advance [09:13] Ensuring that your podcast is helping you generate leads in your sleep [10:32] Repurposing podcast content for other platforms like social media [15:31] Clarifying your message and allowing your podcast to evolve with your business For full show notes and a transcript of today's episode, head to wildhomepodcasting.com/podcast/150
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Costco, the membership-only retail giant, has succeeded in cultivating a fanatical following among its 94 million members worldwide. From its irresistible $5 rotisserie chickens to the allure of free samples, Costco has mastered the art of inspiring customer obsession. This article delves into how the company employs a variety of strategies to transform casual shoppers into ardent Costco fans. Costco，這家只對會員開放的零售巨頭，在全球9400萬會員中培養了一批狂熱的追隨者。從令人難以抗拒的5美元烤雞到免費樣品的誘惑，Costco已經掌握了激發顧客痴迷的功夫。本文深入探討了該公司採用多種策略，將普通消費者轉變為Costco的狂熱粉絲。 One of Costco's primary tactics is the exclusivity offered through its membership program. To shop at Costco's warehouse-like stores, consumers are required to purchase an annual membership, costing $60 for households or businesses and $120 for executive members. This membership requirement not only adds an air of exclusivity to the store but also triggers a psychological phenomenon where customers feel the need to justify their investment by shopping frequently and buying more. This exclusivity is reinforced by the fact that you must be a member to even enter the store. Costco的主要策略之一是通過其會員計劃提供的獨家性。要在Costco的倉庫式商店購物，消費者需要購買年度會員資格，家庭或企業會員需支付60美元，而高級會員則需支付120美元。這種會員資格要求不僅為商店增添了排他性，還引發了一種心理現象，即顧客感到有必要通過頻繁購物和購買更多商品來證明他們的投資。而必須持有會員資格才能進入商店這點更強化了這種排他性。 Costco's dedication to value is another cornerstone of its strategy. The company's emphasis on offering high-quality products at the lowest prices is central to its appeal. Costco prides itself on being an "item business," curating a selection of around 3,700 to 3,800 top-tier products, as opposed to the overwhelming array of items in a Walmart supercenter. The commitment to offering value is exemplified in popular products like the $4.99 rotisserie chicken and the $29.99 sheet cake that serves 48 people. Costco's approach is not to maximize profits but to find the lowest price that still ensures a fair return, making customers loyal to the brand. Costco對價值的追求是其策略的另一基石。公司強調以最低價格提供高品質的產品，這是其吸引人的核心。Costco以“商品業務”為榮，精選大約3700至3800個頂級產品，而不是像沃爾瑪超市裡琳琅滿目的商品。對價值的承諾也在暢銷商品中得以體現，比如售價4.99美元的烤雞和29.99美元能夠供應48人食用的蛋糕。Costco的方法並不追求將利潤最大化，而是在確保公平回報的前提下找到最低價格，使顧客忠於品牌。 Furthermore, Costco enhances the shopping experience by strategically designing store layouts that guide customers through the entire store, ensuring they encounter a variety of appealing items, both necessary and impulse buys. Shoppers are tempted by free samples and occasional freebies, such as massages, all of which contribute to making customers more relaxed and less disciplined, leading to increased sales. Costco's ever-changing lineup of surprise deals, alongside its staples like Kirkland Signature brand products, ensures that shoppers always find something interesting and exciting during their visit. 此外，Costco通過精心設計的商店布局增強了購物體驗，引導顧客瀏覽整個商店，確保他們遇到各種吸引人的商品，既有必需品也有衝動購物型商品。顧客會受到免費樣品和偶爾福利的誘惑（例如按摩），這些都有助於使顧客更加放鬆，減少自律感，從而增加銷售額。Costco不斷變化的驚喜優惠產品系列，以及其固定的Kirkland Signature品牌產品，確保顧客在訪店期間總是能夠找到有趣和令人興奮的東西。 Costco's nostalgic appeal is another driver of customer loyalty. The company originally catered to an older, affluent demographic, the baby boomer generation, but now its appeal has passed down to their children and grandchildren. Many consumers remember visiting Costco with their families, and this shared nostalgia is a key element of the brand's identity. These factors, along with the company's commitment to low prices and high-quality products, have resulted in a legion of devoted Costco fans. Costco's approach may be a template for other retailers aiming to turn shoppers into enthusiastic supporters of their brand. Costco的懷舊吸引力是客戶忠誠度的另一個驅動力。該公司最初面向的是年長的富裕消費者，即嬰兒潮一代，但現在其吸引力已傳給了他們的子孫輩。許多消費者記得與家人一起去Costco購物，這種共同的懷舊感成為品牌形象的關鍵元素。這些因素加上公司對低價和高品質產品的承諾，使Costco擁有一批忠實的粉絲。Costco的作法有望成為其他零售同業將購物者變成品牌簇擁者的模板。 Keyword Drills 關鍵字：Exclusivity (ex-clu-siv-i-ty): "One of Costco's primary tactics is the exclusivity offered through its membership program."Obsession (ob-ses-sion): From its irresistible $5 rotisserie chickens to the allure of free samples, Costco has mastered the art of inspiring customer obsession.Irresistible ( ir-re-sist-i-ble): From its irresistible $5 rotisserie chickens to the allure of free samples, Costco has mastered the art of inspiring customer obsession.Phenomenon (phe-nom-e-non): "This membership requirement not only adds an air of exclusivity to the store but also triggers a psychological phenomenon where customers feel the need to justify their investment by shopping frequently and buying more."Necessary (nec-es-sar-y): Ensuring customers encounter a variety of appealing items, both necessary and impulse buys. Reference article: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/22/hooked-how-costco-turns-customers-into-fanatics.html
Are children domestic violence victims in their own right? Are they co-victims with the adult survivor? What is the relationship between the child and the adult survivors' experiencesHow do we hold domestic violence perpetrators accountable in their role as parents? How do we consider the child's relationship to the perpetrator in decisions related to them? How do we make sure both adult and child survivors receive the support they need and deserve? How do we consider the best interests of child survivors as we craft our policy and practice response to domestic violence? How do we ensure that child survivors' voices are heard in matters that are relevant to them? These are some of the critical questions being asked around the globe as governments, through their courts, legislatures and agencies, work to ensure the safety and well-being of children impacted by domestic violence perpetrators' behaviors. They are not just academic questions as they are central to decisions made every day by governmental bodies like child protection and family court. For governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), a primary touchstone for these questions is the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), the most widely accepted human rights document in history. From its inception the Safe & Together Model has employed a robust child-centered framework to keep the focus on children's experience, needs and wishes in the context of domestic violence cases. Compared to other domestic violence assessment and practice frameworks which often treat children as an afterthought to the safety and well-being of the adult survivor, the Safe & Together Model has always focused on addressing the children's distinct lived experiences. It differs dramatically from other approaches which assume that you don't need to focus separately on the experience of the child but only need to keep the children safe by keeping the adult survivor safe — in essence making invisible the unique and individual experience of the child. In this episode, David and Ruth discuss how the Safe & Together Model supports the rights of children through the lens of its alignment with the UNCRC. With a special focus on the "voice of the child" (Article 12) and children's best interest decision-making (Article 3), David Ruth talk aboutHow domestic violence perpetrators' actions attack children's human rightsHow a literal interpretation of the "voice of the child" is not enough especially when it comes to the most vulnerable childrenHow many of perpetrator's behaviors of coercive control happen outside a child's view but still impacts themHow the Model helps listen deeply and understand children's experience and assists in best interest decision making in domestic violence cases involving children Now available! Mapping the Perpetrator's Pattern: A Practitioner's Tool for Improving Assessment, Intervention, and Outcomes The web-based Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool is a virtual practice tool for improving assessment, intervention, and outcomes through a perpetrator pattern-based approach. The tool allows practitioners to apply the Model's critical concepts and principles to their current case load in real
Don't kid your selves, there is no cleaner source for low-cost, low carbon, electricity than Nuclear. In our interview not only was it a fun talk about hope, it was about abundant energy and jobs for the next generation!We covered everything from nuclear fusion, fission, renewable, and a positive look for a balanced energy grid going forward. Grace's journey is an excellent role model for everyone, and I even recommended her for Secretary of Energy! I would like to have a discussion with Grace and Meredith Angwin, author of "Shorting The Grid" to cover more grid-related topics. Grace and Meredith have the same passion for low-cost, clean energy and it shows.Grace is a current student at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering. And is the current Miss America 2023, traveling the nation to promote her social impact initiative "Clean Energy, Cleaner Future" and discuss the misconceptions surrounding nuclear energy. As a former co-op in Constellations's Nuclear Fuels department, she gained work experience within core design and fuel enrichment. Thank you Grace for stopping by the podcast, it was a blast! Stu 00:03 - Intro01:05 - How do we get the next generation of engineers? How do we get the next generation in there?03:01 - So what's it like being the representative for Miss America?04:45 - Now encouraging the next generation of engineers. What are you hearing from students out there?06:54 - It was Colorado where a nuclear reactor is starting up, where you just saw that one. How was that experience?08:32 - Grace Stanke appreciates the energy secretary position consideration but stresses the need for practical engineering experience before pursuing politics. She emphasizes the importance of politicians having relevant qualifications and field experience.12:32 - Baseload power, comprising 70% of the grid, is vital for daily functions. Ensuring reliable power is crucial, as seen in the Texas freeze, where power outages had life-threatening consequences.16:02 - Where do you see yourself going after the Miss America job that you have?21:33 - Can you imagine having your own nuclear reactor? Having a basement.23:08 - Her potential attendance at COP 28 in Dubai, expressing her interest in conversing with attendees, and highlighting the changing dynamics where big oil companies are shifting towards green initiatives,27:09 - Are you interested in all forms of nuclear, whether it's uranium, normal fission, thorium, do you care? What is your passion there?29:08 - What was the toughest question you had in the Miss America competition when they were the judges were asking you questions?32:34 - What are your last thoughts as we're coming around the close here? Give us the world according to Grace.34:35 - OutroConnect and Follow Grace on her LinkedIn HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grace-stanke-48700519b/
Are you a small business owner looking to scale and grow? In this episode, I dive into the challenges that small businesses face when they're in the process of scaling and accelerating their growth. From managing cash flow to scaling your team, maintaining quality, facing tough competition, and balancing work and life, we discuss valuable strategies and biblical perspectives to help entrepreneurs navigate these challenges successfully. Key Topics: - Importance of careful planning and financial management - Understanding cyclical nature of business and forecasting cash flow - Ensuring clarity on expectations and consequences - Building relationships with employees - Creating systems and procedures (SOPs) - Avoiding shortcuts and remaining committed to excellence - Standardizing operations through SOPs - Identifying unique strengths and differentiating factors - Using innovative strategies and biblical principles - Communicating value and advantages effectively - Competing against larger, established businesses - Importance of rest and rejuvenation for long-term success Timestamps: 02:11 Helping struggling businesses grow through coaching programs. 05:03 Balance spending and investments wisely for success. 07:13 No program to close leads, wasted opportunities. 10:22 Build relationships with employees for successful growth. 15:37 Document expectations, create written procedures, communicate clearly. 17:56 Using faith and technology, I stood out. 22:39 God's strategies can bring lasting success. 25:04 Articulate your unique advantage for better understanding. 27:43 5 things for small business growth; biblical strategies. Don't miss out on these powerful insights! Subscribe to "The Estherpreneur" podcast and let us help you reach new heights in your entrepreneurial journey. Keep shining, keep growing, and keep thriving. Contact us at www.estherpreneur.com or www.favorandwealth.com Say hi on social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdnaSHarding IG: https://instagram.com/theestherpreneur IG: https://www.instagram.com/favorandwealth YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/EdnaHarding LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ednaharding --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/edna-harding3/support
Justyce Jedlicka serves as the Food and Beverage Regulatory Liaison in North America for MilliporeSigma, where she is responsible for engaging with influencers in the food and beverage industry to align initiatives with regulatory compliance and promote best practices for food safety and quality testing methods. Justyce has been serving the food and beverage industry since 2013, and received both a B.S. in Chemistry and an M.B.A. from the University of Missouri in St. Louis. She currently serves as the Food Sciences Section Chair and Executive Board Member of the American Council of Independent Labs and is a member of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), the International Society of Beverage Technologists (ISBT), and AOAC International. Andrew Lienau is the Food Regulatory and Validation Senior Expert at MilliporeSigma. He has over 30 years of work experience in the fields of microbiology, assay development, and certification processes for pathogen detection in food. He is a member of the Expert Review Panel for AOAC International Official Methods Analysis (OMA), the Technical Board for MicroVal, and several working groups for ISO. In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak with Justyce and Andrew [2:12] about: The threats posed by Cronobacter to food safety and public health, and the key challenges food manufacturers face in preventing Cronobacter contamination Why it was important for MilliporeSigma to develop a Cronobacter detection method, and how their product, Assurance® GDS, can help in the detection and control of the pathogen How MilliporeSigma has demonstrated that its assay is robust and effective The current industry standards and regulations related to Cronobacter control, and how Assurance® GDS supports compliance with these requirements Where listeners can find additional information on MilliporeSigma products and services. Sponsored by: MilliporeSigma We Want to Hear from You!Please send us your questions and suggestions to email@example.com
In this episode, we explore the impactful "ACT" phase of PDCA, highlighting its value in practical application and advocating process standardization for peak performance. Today, we emphasize updating hiring and onboarding procedures post-"Go Live" to align with changes. Ensuring new hires receive current training is vital and reinforced by recording sessions.We also address the challenges of unresolved issues post-planning and introduce the idea of preserving unimplemented concepts for future implementation.Eager to know more? Tune in!TIME STAMPS[03:58] What the standardization process is about.[05:21] Standardizing processes: Integrating updates for effective onboarding.[09:47] Standardizing processes: Addressing unresolved challenges and idea preservationRESOURCESGrab our worksheet today at https://hilarycorna.com/process-worksheet-download/ and start making progress!Download the PDCA Process here: https://hilarycorna.com/pdca/
“42% of people under the age of 29 own digital assets in Texas and the US is probably similar…10 years from now every presidential candidate will have a platform and in all likelihood it's got to be pro.”— Lee BratcherLee Bratcher is the President of the Texas Blockchain Council. In this interview, we discuss Bitcoin mining in Texas, the North American Blockchain Summit 2023 and the regulatory challenges miners face. We also talk about the potential impact of politicians embracing Bitcoin, the importance of mainstream media presence at the upcoming conference, and efforts to attract professionals to Bitcoin events. - - - - This podcast was made before the start of the Texas Bitcoin Summit in Fort Worth, which started yesterday and runs through until Friday. The summit is expected to be the biggest one yet, with over a thousand attendees and a focus on mining. And this year the Texas Blockchain Council has excelled at attracting some major political figures, including RFK, Vivek Ramaswamy, Ted Cruz, Cynthia Lummis, Andrew Yang and Warren Davidson. Texas seems to understand Bitcoin better than other states, which is attributable in part to the independent thinking and educational efforts in the state. The Texas Bitcoin mining industry is a catalyst for Bitcoin mining across the world, leading the way in developing use cases such as demand response grid balancing services and the incentivisation for the build-out of renewable energy.However, the path to wider acceptance of mining in Texas has not been foregone, and the future is still uncertain. The challenges the industry has faced have been significant. For example, Senate Bill 1751 in Texas sought to ban miners from the very same ancillary services that have benefitted ERCOT's grid balancing objectives. These efforts have been pushed by traditional legacy industries in Texas aided by their strategy of regulatory capture. Traditional industries such as steel mills and petrochemical refineries have been frustrated by Bitcoin miners bidding down the price for demand response services (which in turn has benefits consumers). The bill passed unanimously in the Senate. The fact the bill was ultimately killed in the House was thanks in large part to the efforts of the Texas Blockchain Council under Lee Bratcher's presidency. The issue highlights the problem of getting a political consensus on Bitcoin. Elizabeth Warren, for one, makes it difficult for Democrats to openly support Bitcoin. However, a few Democrats are showing a more practical and nuanced understanding. And, being anti-Bitcoin will become a risky position to take in the future due to generational-led shifts in opinions. Until then, it's up to bodies like the Texas Blockchain Council to continue to fight for Bitcoin.- - - - This episode's sponsors:Iris Energy - Bitcoin Mining. Done Sustainably Bitcasino - The Future of Gaming is hereLedger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletWasabi Wallet - Privacy by defaultUnchained - Secure your bitcoin with confidenceOrange Pill App - Stack friends who stack sats-----WBD736 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.
In this episode, Jimmy Purdy and his wife Leigh-Ann, are joined by Kristin Danner and Paul Danner. They delve into a comprehensive discussion about the pressing issues in the automotive industry, from employee compensation to charge rates for services and more. Hear how missteps, such as a relocated car fuse, can lead to substantial repair hours, showcasing car diagnostics' intricate and often underrated complexity. Also, don't miss out on hearing how the Danners have chosen to embrace a new chapter in their lives, focusing on giving back through their Scanner Danner Charities Inc. and the trials and triumphs that come with it.01:30 The Pressure of constant demands is overwhelming for Dan.05:02 Circuit main feeds had 29 volts from the relocated fuse.09:12 Teaching focused on learning and thought processes.10:38 Critics miss the point of behind-the-scenes work.13:18 Unfair comments; learned to handle negative reviews.16:26 Confusion about the negative impact on the automotive industry.19:43 Focus on your ideal clientele, not others.24:32 Balancing customer care and employee compensation struggle.27:27 Be on time or face consequences.29:29 Ensuring quality vehicle repairs and customer care.34:42 Building the right team takes time and effort.35:26 Stay in your lane and don't change.40:09 Supporting creators benefits everyone in the end.42:22 Consider choices based on true satisfaction and giving.45:30 Shop owners discounting affects technicians' income.48:50 Relieved when your wife walked into the room.
“People often say to me, sport is different from business, it's not. Business is about delivering results through people.” In our first episode of our 40 Minute Mentor Replay series, we're re-visiting our episode with the brilliant Sir Clive Woodward, World Cup winning England Rugby coach and former Director of Sport for the London 2012 Olympics. After spending his childhood with big dreams of becoming a professional footballer, it was playing rugby at his local club as a kid that started Sir Clive down the path to becoming the first England Coach to lift the Rugby World Cup in 2003.In today's episode, you'll discover: ➡️ Sir Clive's first ever job at Xerox [02:20]➡️ The power of failures and setbacks [04:13]➡️ The realities of being the first full time professional Rugby coach [05:34]➡️ Delivering results through people, in business and in sport [07:03]➡️ The moment that trumped England's World Cup win, at a pub in New Zealand [11:23]➡️ Great teams are made of great individuals - the magic formula [14:29]➡️ Managing a range of personalities when building team culture [16:51]➡️ Ensuring people in your team feel safe to speak their mind [20:23]➡️ CTUP - the framework needed for winning and handling pressure [22:29]➡️ How Clive uses 3D learning to build high performing teams [26:29]➡️ The simple but powerful habits to build a healthy lifestyle [29:32]➡️ Staying hungry for learning and following what you love [33:15]➡️ A leadership lesson: The best ideas come from the team [36:34]➡️ The importance of creative abrasion [38:13]➡️ Bringing successful people into a team, shining a light on mentorship [40:03]➡️ Sir Clive's legacy: Making it to the top, and being inclusive [43:16]⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Sir Clive: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sirclivewoodward/➡️ Find out more about his Apex2100 Ski Academy: https://www.apex2100.org/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
Finding time to began to prepare for what your life after sports looks like can be exhausting and even at times confusing. However, when it comes to truly building relationships, you must understand that nobody wants to be the individual who is used and only viewed as a number. Let's breakdown how to make sure this won't be you.(00:00) Introduction and reflections on last week's episode.(00:25) The value and importance of connecting and building relationships, particularly for athletes.(03:08) Strategies for going deeper in relationships by taking time to understand people.(04:03)The power of reaching out and maintaining consistent communication.(07:50)Focusing on how to offer help to others and creating value in relationships.(09:19) The negative impact of viewing people as mere numbers and the importance of being selfless.(11:00) Ensuring that help is offered with no strings attached and understanding the law of reciprocity.(12:22) A call to student athletes for topics of interest and potential future discussions.(12:42) Recap of the key points from the episode and the idea of cheerfully giving to others.(13:48) Final segment and a shout out to Bailey Jackson for her work in sports commentary and reporting.Watch our episodes on YouTube by SUBSCRIBING To Our Channel ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt4_jEC4--5s9gwxNsqEjrg?sub_confirmation=1 FREE Download 7 Ways To Best Prepare Your Student-Athletes For The Transition: https://getpaidwithpodcasting.podia.com/checkout/cartApple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-ball-with-jonathan-jones/id1507204404Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5iHeNCVhaU0e3qeWiksySK?si=52baa2b34840487cFollow Beyond the Ball with Jonathan Jones:Twitter: ➡️ https://twitter.com/JonathanJSpeaksInstagram: ➡️ https://www.instagram.com/beyondtheballmedia/TikTok: ➡️ http://www.tiktok.com/@jonathanjonesspeaksLinkedIn: ➡️ https://www.linkedin.com/company/go-beyond-the-ball/
In this episode, Amy Irvine continues the conversation on the challenges faced by the sandwich generation, those who are simultaneously caring for their aging parents and their own children. She provides practical advice on various aspects of caregiving, including healthcare plans, transportation options, community involvement, hiring a fiduciary, and backing up important documents. Amy also discusses the benefits of considering a continuing care retirement community and emphasizes the importance of having ongoing conversations about aging parents' care.Key Takeaways:Find the right healthcare plan for your aging parents based on their specific needs and circumstances.Explore transportation options for your parents, such as public transportation or organizations that provide free transportation for seniors.Ensure that your parents have a sense of community and social interaction to prevent feelings of isolation and depression.Consider hiring a fiduciary to manage your parents' finances and protect against fraudulent activity.Back up important documents and photos on your parents' phones to ensure easy access and documentation of their belongings.Explore continuing care retirement communities as a potential option for comprehensive care and a sense of community for aging parents.Quotes:"Finding somebody to help you find the right insurance plan for your parents will be very helpful in the financial toll that it takes on them.""Being aware of the circle of friends, being aware of their community involvement, and making sure that your parents don't stay locked up in their home, unintentionally, of course, but that's certainly something to be aware of.""A fiduciary can pay the bills, can be a protectant against any kind of fraudulent activity.""Making sure that your parents don't get ripped off as part of that process is really important.""Doing some tours just like you do tours of college campuses, considering doing some tours of some of the wonderful communities that are actually out there."Remember, just like a good bottle of wine, the Wine and Dime Podcast gets better with time. So don't forget to rate and subscribe to our show, where we blend the flavors of wine and personal finance to help you achieve financial freedom! If you have any questions that you would like answered on the show, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgOr visit us at www.rootedpg.com/podcasts for full show notes and links!The Importance of Healthcare PlanningOne of the first considerations when it comes to caring for aging parents is their healthcare plan. It's crucial to find the right insurance coverage that suits their specific needs. This can be a daunting task, but there are resources available to help. The Office for the Aging and Medicare brokers can assist in determining the most suitable plan based on factors such as medications, doctors, and chronic conditions. Finding the right insurance plan can alleviate the financial burden on your parents and ensure they receive the necessary care.Transportation Solutions for Aging ParentsAs driving becomes more challenging for aging parents, finding reliable transportation options becomes essential. Public transportation services for the elderly may be available in certain counties or states. Additionally, some organizations offer free transportation services for individuals over the age of 65. Consulting with your parents' physicians or local community organizations can provide valuable information on transportation options. Ensuring that your parents have access to transportation not only helps them maintain their independence but also fosters a sense of community and prevents...
What are some of the key nutrient deficiencies that could be causing your headaches? What does Dr. Jockers think of Ozempic, the weekly injection that helps lower blood sugar by helping the pancreas make more insulin - and causes weight loss? You guessed it, it's another insightful Q&A where Dr. Jockers is personally answering questions from the extended Functional Nutrition community. The awesome naturopath Dr. Yvonne Boujaoude joins Dr. Jockers in studio today to help you best navigate your health journey and guide you to success. Learn why magnesium is so important for getting a good night's sleep and preventing headaches. Find out about why high homocysteine levels may mean you have a vitamin deficiency. Should you try Ozempic for weight loss, or is there a healthier alternative? Is sourdough bread gluten-free? Is it healthy for you? Will butter or MCT oil in the morning in your coffee break your fast? What causes varicose veins? What are the best strategies for dealing with it? The answers to these questions - and more - in another jam-packed episode of Functional Nutrition! If you have a specific question of your own that you would like answered, please email email@example.com. You can also DM him on his Instagram or YouTube page. Let's dive into the show! In This Episode: Are there any nutrients for dealing with headaches when stressed? Drinking enough water (with salt) What is homocysteine? Understanding Vitamin D deficiency The importance of good community for lowering inflammation What is Ozempic? Dr. Jocker's thoughts on this as a weight loss plan Increasing protein content in your diet to stabilize your blood sugar What does 'not eating naked carbohydrates' mean? Using MTC oil to support your weight loss Is sourdough bread gluten-free? Is it healthy? Making your own gluten-free sourdough bread Will butter or MCT oil in the morning in your coffee break your fast? What causes varicose veins? What are the best strategies for dealing with it? Using compression socks to prevent your veins from swelling up Ensuring you have healthy blood pressure! Be sure to check out drjockers.com for further in-depth articles This podcast is sponsored by ShopC60.com. C60 is a powerful, Nobel Prize-winning antioxidant, that helps to optimize mitochondrial function, fights inflammation, and neutralizes toxic free radicals! I'm a big fan of using C60 in conjunction with your keto and intermittent fasting lifestyle to support your immune system, help your body detox, and increase energy and mental clarity. My favorite C60 products for Keto & IF lifestyles include C60 Purple Power in Organic MCT Coconut Oil (can add this to your coffee) and their delicious Sugar-Free C60 Gummies (made with allulose and monk fruit)! If you are over the age of 40, and you'd like to kick fatigue and brain fog to the curb this year, visit shopc60.com and use the coupon code “JOCKERS” for 15% OFF and start taking back control over your health today! When it comes to gut health, bone broth is one of my ‘go to' items I add to my diet. But, not all collagen is created equal. Many brands use poor-quality bones and heating methods that remove all of the potent benefits of collagen. That is why I choose to use Paleovalley Bone Broth Protein Powder, you can get all the gut healing benefits without the mess from a company that uses only 100% grass-fed and finished cows and is not processed with high heat or extracted with harmful chemicals. There are no fillers, flow agents, or added flavors. There is only ONE ingredient in this product and it's bovine bone broth protein. Hurry and grab yours from Paleovalley.com “Magnesium is to the body what oil is to a car. Meaning that the more we are using our body, and the more stressed we are, the more we are using up magnesium." - Dr. Jockers Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio Resources: Shop Carbon 60 - Use the coupon code "JOCKERS" for 15% OFF your first order in all their products! Paleovalley.com/jockers Connect with Dr. Ivonne: Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Website - https://drjockers.leadpages.co/nutrition-coaching-dr-ivonne/ Connect with Dr. Jockers: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers Website – https://drjockers.com/ If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
Matt Biren is the founder of Biren Law Group. Matt has always had an interest in the law. This interest started early on as a boyhood addition to television shows like Perry Mason, The Bold Ones, and Arrest & Trial. The witty and intelligent portrayal of these lawyers appealed to the same competitive spirit that had always driven him in sports, school, and other endeavors.After receiving his undergraduate degree from UCLA, Matt went on to pursue his law degree at Loyola University. At the end of his first year, he started clerking for a labor law firm, Levy & Van Bourg. It was there that he first saw the tremendous advantage that large corporations and insurance companies have within the legal system.While clerking and later working as a labor lawyer himself, Matt realized that seriously injured individuals and small businesses could compete with these large corporations and insurance companies if only they had the right lawyer by their side. It is for this reason that he has devoted his professional career to developing a skill set that would allow him to protect the rights of “the little guy.”The Biren Law Group provides quality representation to individuals and small businesses that have been harmed by the negligence or wrongdoing of others. Connect with Matt on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/matthewbiren/Visit Biren Law Group's Website: www.biren.comOn This Episode, We Discuss…Adapting to Change in the Legal IndustryMarketing Tips for Your FirmHow to Best Manage Your Firm's Cash FlowNetwork, Network, Network
Are you striving to create an unstoppable team within your business? Sometimes the difference between success and stagnation lies in the power of the team you assemble and how they work together.Today on The ONE Thing Podcast, we delve deep into the realms of teamwork and business growth with the remarkable Mike Michalowicz. Mike, an esteemed author with at least eight transformative books under his belt, explores his latest work, "All In." Our conversation uncovers the essence of his innovative FASO acronym — a game-changing methodology for building teams that are not just effective, but unstoppable.Throughout our chat, Mike shares his invaluable insights on how to scout and secure the right talent, transform your employees into superstars, align individual abilities with the organization's goals, and foster a company culture where every employee is as invested as the owner.If you're ready to elevate your business by harnessing the potential of your team, then this is an episode you cannot afford to miss. Join us as we explore how you can transform your team's dynamic and drive your company to new heights of achievement.For anyone eager to tap into the strategies that make a business thrive through exceptional teamwork, visit the1thing.com to listen to the full conversation with Mike Michalowicz and to find more resources on building your unstoppable team.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/pods.We talk about:The importance of finding the right fit for roles in your businessNurturing the abilities of your teamEnsuring a sense of safety within your team membersCreating ownership within each individualLinks & Tools from This Episode:Learn more at mikemichalowicz.comRead “All In”Listen to the Entrepreneurship Elevated PodcastFree ResourcesWant to be a guest or share feedback? Email email@example.com***Ensuring your team uses the same consistent brand language is an important part of marketing your business.
Is your company's compliance program truly effective, or is it just ticking boxes? In this episode of Corruption, Crime, and Compliance, Michael Volkov dives deep into LRN's PEI survey with Susan Divers. Susan sheds light on the global nature of ethics and compliance programs, challenging the misconception that they are solely US-centric. They discuss the power of values, the shift from a cop to a coach approach, and the revolutionary trends in employee-centric training, especially in the age of remote work. Susan Divers is the Director of Thought, Leadership, and Best Practices at LRN. She has a wealth of experience as a former Chief Compliance Officer, and her emphasis on values over rules in compliance programs has made her a trailblazer in the industry. You'll hear Michael and Susan discuss:The LRN PEI survey challenges the perception that ethics and compliance are US-centric; many programs worldwide share common features such as codes of conduct, training policies, and audits.Examining a decade of data, the report delves into how ethics and compliance programs responded to the disruptions caused by the pandemic.LRN's data reinforces the idea that ethics and compliance programs relying on values and ethical cultures are more effective than those solely based on rules. Shifting from a cop approach to a coach approach enhances program effectiveness.Ethical companies experience lower employee misconduct rates, higher employee satisfaction and productivity, and achieve greater sustainable financial performance.The pandemic prompted a shift in focus from content-driven training to employee-centric, relevant, and mobile-friendly modules. Shorter modules, just-in-time training, and tailored approaches are emerging as best practices.Ensuring accessibility through web-based policies and procedures, coupled with interactive capabilities and data analytics, becomes crucial in bridging the gap between remote workers and compliance initiatives.Gathering data on employee interactions provides insights into the effectiveness of compliance programs. Metrics such as completion times, pass rates, and group performance allow for targeted efforts to enhance the program's impact.Michael emphasizes the challenge for compliance officers in handling the plethora of available data. Choosing the right metrics, setting standards, and ensuring the usability of metrics over time are crucial considerations.The report highlights that high-performing ethics and compliance programs are integral to the decision-making processes of companies. 70% of respondents reported modifying or abandoning a business initiative due to an ethics and compliance risk assessment.Susan introduces the concept of embedding a short Ethical Culture survey at the end of training courses. This real-time survey, known as the Ethical Pulse Culture survey, serves as a powerful tool to gauge and improve the ethical culture within organizations.The Ethical Pulse Culture survey becomes a game-changer, operationalizing compliance by offering a moving average of data insights. This survey, incorporated into scorecards, provides business managers with valuable insights into their business unit's ethical culture over time.ResourcesSusan Divers on LinkedIn | EmailLRN
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In this weeks episode of The Produce Industry Podcast w/ Patrick Kelly we are brining a BIG ISSUE to the table happening in Texas. Did you know that produce crossings take up to 10 days to complete reporting? There was a lot of changes to the rule in 2021 about data/analytics into the country from Mexico into Texas. There are a team of produce professionals fighting to get this rule changes to be able to have transparency all across the board. Here from: Brent Erenwert - Brothers Produce of Houston Martha Montoya - Ag Tools, Inc. Amanda Horney - London Fruit Company (Grub Market) Allison Moore - Fresh Produce Association of the Americas Dante Galazzi - Texas International Produce Association Learn from these subject matter experts on how to better our produce community and build a better tomorrow!! Market Transparency: The crossings report used to provide near-real-time data on goods crossing the border, giving businesses a clear view of supply and demand dynamics. This information is vital for informed decision-making, price adjustments, and effective inventory management. However, the current 10-day delay in crossing information leaves us in the dark about the current domestic market conditions. Informed Purchasing: Importers, such as those in the lime industry, depend on this data to make well-informed purchasing decisions. Knowledge of when and what goods are crossing the border helps them plan their buying strategies, ensuring they can meet consumer demands without overstocking or understocking. Predicting Market Trends: The report empowers importers to anticipate market trends by examining the volume and types of goods entering the market. It's a valuable tool for adjusting pricing and production strategies in response to shifting market conditions. Consumer Impact: Changes in the crossings report directly affect consumers, influencing the availability and pricing of fresh produce items. Ensuring the accuracy of this information is critical to guarantee affordable access to high-quality goods for the public. Economic and National Security: The crossings report isn't just economically significant; it also has national security implications. Maintaining a stable and reliable supply chain for fresh produce is essential to safeguard the nation's food security, given that over 60% of our fruit and 40% of our vegetables are imported into the US. Tune in and Tune On!!!! FANCY SPONSORS: Ag Tools, Inc.: https://www.agtechtools.com, Flavor Wave, LLC.: https://flavorwavefresh.com, Noble Citrus: https://noblecitrus.com, Buck Naked Onions/Owyhee Produce, Inc.: http://www.owyheeproduce.com and John Greene Logistics Company: https://www.jglc.com and Summer Citrus From South Africa; https://www.summercitrus.com CHOICE SPONSORS: Indianapolis Fruit Company: https://indyfruit.com, Equifruit: https://equifruit.com Arctic® Apples: https://arcticapples.com Sev-Rend Corporation: https://www.sev-rend.com, Jac Vandenberg Inc.: https://www.jacvandenberg.com Dole Fresh Vegetables: https://www.dole.com/en/produce/vegetables WholesaleWare: https://www.grubmarket.com/hello/software/index.html Continental Fresh, LLC: https://www.continentalfresh.com Golden Star Citrus, Inc.: http://www.goldenstarcitrus.com STANDARD SPONSORS: Freshway Produce: https://www.freshwayusa.com , Yo, Quiero/Fresh Innovations, LLC.: https://yoquierobrands.com/ RPE/Tasteful Selections: https://www.tastefulselections.com/ Ben B. Schwartz & Co.:https://benbdetroit.com/ and Citrus America: https://citrusamerica.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theproduceindustrypodcast/support
Cherry picking jobs that are easier, more profitable and suits well with your team's skill and experience sets everyone up for success and keeps your team happy and productive. Today Tim and Derek discuss the importance of being selective about the jobs you take on and how it benefits you and your team. In this episode, they discuss: Lessons from Derek's past experience where he took on a difficult job that ended up costing him money Why you should be selective and cherry-pick easier, more profitable jobs The importance of protecting not just yourself but also your team Ensuring that your team members are focused on work instead of worrying about money Pricing jobs well to ensure everyone's happiness – client, team, and you Resources: == Missed the Mile High Profit Summit in Denver? Don't miss out on the Mile High Profit Summit recordings! Grab the opportunity to access the full summit content.