This week is the first episode of an end of year wrap up. We are doing an inventory of past, present and future in the context of emotional intelligence development. EQ is EVERYTHING and this week I am not only defining what it is, but also sharing strategies for STRENGTHENING EQ, and how to encourage our teens to do the same. Listen in! Get full show notes and info on sponsors by heading to https://www.besproutable.com/podcasts/442-Developing-emotional-intelligence-parenting-teens/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Founder & CEO of Triple P Consulting LLC also a member of the Strong Skills team! Jon Tuteur is an Executive Coach, Facilitator, Speaker, Author, and Management Consultant with over 20 years of experience working across numerous industries including the U.S. Federal Government, State & Local Government, Nonprofit, Higher Education, Financial Services, Hospitality, Retail, Healthcare, Real Estate, High Tech, and Consulting. Jon had a number of amazing insights during our conversation. Some of them include: “We're not connecting in the ways that we used to” (9:40). “It's so important for me in the work that I do to create that safe space for people to open up about whatever it is that's going on” (11:55). “A lot of what drives disconnection is assumptions” (12:55). “When we're just judging people based on behavior, there's a lot of assumptions that go along with that” (13:20). “There's a way to go deep and be vulnerable at work that isn't inappropriate” (16:50). “Vulnerability is power. There is strength in vulnerability. It is not a weakness at all” (21:00). “It's been an incredible journey, but writing a book is not for the faint of heart” (26:00). “For me, so much of [decision making] centers around emotion” (31:30). “What is my heart saying? What is my head saying? What is my gut saying?” (32:00). “Our body tells us so much that we aren't even aware of” (32:20). “Having gone through this has given me a new sense of being able to put myself in other people's shoes that are struggling” (39:20). “Having 3 brain surgeries was the hard option, it was the hard road, and it was starting over” (44:20). “My focus this year is leaning into the spotlight because I've spent so much of my life shying away from it, trying to let other people take that spotlight. But no one wins who's afraid of losing” (45:20). “I don't allow myself to go down rabbit holes very often” (50:15). “One of the reasons I'm drawn to emotional intelligence is it comes naturally to me” (50:25). “Adversity is much more comfortable than it was when I was 29” (52:35). “[My book, Starting Over: From Seizures to Seizing Life] is a firsthand vulnerable account of how a completely unexpected life change impacts someone” (1:00:25) Additionally, I'd encourage you to check out the website for Triple P Consulting here, a replay of Jon's ABC 7 Good Morning Washington interview here, and to pre-order Jon's upcoming book, Starting Over: From Seizures to Seizing Life, here. You can also follow Jon on Facebook and LinkedIn. Lastly, you can find the website for the Federal Executive Institute here, where Jon teaches a class about EQ. Thank you so much to Jon for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening.
In a world filled with uncertainty, Linda Gibson's journey proves that embracing comfort can unlock extraordinary possibilities. From a math major questioning her career path; to the unexpected twist that led her to become the CEO of an asset management firm, Linda's story is a testament to the power of taking leaps. Brace yourself as we dive into the captivating tale of Linda's relentless pursuit of growth and the surprising turn of events that would redefine her professional trajectory. In this episode, you will be able to: Unleash your potential by embracing change and seizing opportunities in your professional life. Discover the power of emotional intelligence and how it can enhance your success in the tech-driven world. Navigate the challenges and maximize the benefits of hybrid work environments through effective video communication. Unlock new possibilities and reimagine your career development strategies for the new age of work. Over the years, Linda took calculated risks and explored new avenues, ultimately rising to the position of Chairman and CEO at PGIM Quantitative Solutions. Her diverse experiences and willingness to take risks have not only led to her own personal growth and success, but also serve as an inspiration for professionals seeking their own path to growth. Get ready to be inspired by Linda's incredible journey on this episode of Beyond Barriers Podcast. Highlights: [00:00] Introduction to Beyond Barriers podcast [01:53] Meet Linda Gibson [03:15] Taking Risks and Seizing Opportunities [05:14] Gaining Confidence through Challenging Experiences [08:07] Building a Diverse Resume and Seeking Growth [14:27] Embracing New Opportunities [15:01] Recognizing the Right Opportunity [17:46] Recognizing Unique Value Proposition [21:31] Embracing Change and Opportunity [28:31] The Power of Compassionate Conversations [30:04] Embracing Authenticity and Soft Skills [34:02] Embracing Technology and Building Relationships [37:48] The Future of Work and Hybrid Models [40:12] Benefits and Challenges of Hybrid Work [44:02] Building Social Capital and Advocacy in the Workplace [44:57] Lightning round questions Quotes: “Push yourself, get a little uncomfortable, embrace the discomfort.” – Linda Gibson “Change breeds opportunity.” – Linda Gibson “A lot of my success I attribute to EQ vs. IQ.” – Linda Gibson “Even if you don't feel you're ready, raise your hand, take the risk and leap into that.” -Linda Gibson “You don't always have to master something before you jump into it. Take the opportunity, even if you're not sure if you'll be good at it, and surprise yourself. “ - Linda Gibson Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you? - “No Bullshit Leadership” by Martin G. Moore What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying? - “Everything happens for a reason.” What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself? - Even-tempered. What is one change you've implemented that made your life better? - Prioritizing relaxation and sleep. What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage? - “Girl on Fire” by Alicia Keys and “I Am Woman” by Helen Reddy About Linda Gibson: Linda Gibson is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PGIM Quantitative Solutions LLC. Linda was previously Managing Director and Chief Business Officer for PGIM Quant Solutions. In this capacity, she oversaw finance, business planning and management, strategic intelligence, project management, ESG governance, human resources, operational risk and cross-functional initiatives with the broader legal and compliance team under the PGIM umbrella. Prior to joining PGIM Quant Solutions, she served as Executive Vice President and Head of Global Distribution at OMAM, now Brightsphere Investment Group (“BSIG”). In prior roles at BSIG, she held various executive positions including Interim Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Head of Affiliate Management and General Counsel. Prior to working at BSIG, Linda served as Senior Vice President and Senior Counsel of Signature Financial Group, Inc. Linda holds a BA in mathematics from Bates College and a JD from Boston University School of Law. She is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School. Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/linda-gibson/ Website: https://www.pgimquantitativesolutions.com/
With extensive expertise in electronic, acoustic, and live music, Matt stands out as a seasoned professional sound engineer and producer. His journey began as a studio assistant at EMI Music Publishing studios in the mid-90s, where he had the opportunity to work with renowned artists like Jamiroquai, Primal Scream, Elastica, Guru's Jazzmatazz, and the Bluetones. Transitioning to freelance work, Matt honed his skills in top London recording studios and became an engineer. He contributed to mixes for artists such as Tin Tin Out, The Corrs, Grant Nelson, Jungle Brothers, and even remixed an early UK Garage hit for Whitney Houston. In the year 2000, Matt took on a pivotal role as the chief engineer at the prestigious UK record label MWA. In this capacity, he was entrusted with the management of two state-of-the-art studios, where his expertise and meticulous approach played a crucial role in ensuring the highest standards of audio production. As the chief engineer, Matt not only oversaw the day-to-day operations of these remarkable studios but also held the vital responsibility of quality control for the label's output, with numerous major label collaborations and joint projects. As the UK urban scene flourished in the new millennium, Matt collaborated with notable artists like Ms Dynamite, So Solid Crew, Lemar, Estelle, KRS One, Big Brovaz, Terri Walker, and worked on projects with Cold Cut, The Gorillaz, Lifford David, and Roebeck. His talent also extended to recording and mixing the BBC 1 Idents, broadcast over 100,000 times. In recent years, Matt has continued to work with top UK and international artists, building a reputation for his exceptional sonic skills. He has maintained his excellence through collaborations with Miloco Studios, writing gear reviews for Tape Op magazine, and teaching an 'Advanced Mixing Course' at the London School of Sound. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Working in live sound vs. studio Being an assistant at EMI's demo studio How to get big, balanced low-end How analog recording affects your top-end How to get your kick and bass to work well with each other Sidechaining low-end Using harmonic enhancement The importance of adding mid-range to your bass Creating contrast with EQ and automation Using sidechained dynamic EQ Why you should always reach for volume and panning before other plugins Getting vocals to sound clear and focused His go-to compressors for vocals Dealing with sibilance Using stock plugins To learn more about Matt Foster, visit: https://realmix.online/ For tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/ Looking for 1-on-1 feedback and training to help you create pro-quality mixes? Check out my new coaching program Amplitude and apply to join: https://masteryourmix.com/amplitude/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/ Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/ Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community To make sure that you don't miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!
Passion and delusion aren't two terms we often think of working in harmony but my good friend and guest today, Bert Sorin, makes the case that some of the most successful people in the world are not only the most passionate but often believe (with no valid reason to) that they have what it takes to succeed. Today, we talk about the ebbs and flows of life and improving the average between the two points, creating intentionality behind our actions, why EQ is oftentimes more important than IQ, holding back in life when we shouldn't, and so much more. Order of Man Merchandise. Pick yours up today! Get your signed copy of Ryan's latest book, The Masculinity Manifesto Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.
In this episode of the You-est You podcast, I talk to Matt Drinkhahn, a former pro golfer who survived a near-fatal accident and learned how to overcome perfectionism, surrender to what he can't control, and raise his emotional intelligence. Matt is a successful sales leader, coach, podcaster, and soon-to-be author who helps owners and leaders grow their businesses and lives. Matt shares his inspiring story of how he recovered from a freak zip-line accident that left him with major back injuries and a shattered dream of walking again. He reveals the one word that changed his life for the better and how he learned to embrace his emotions and express them authentically. He also gives us some practical tips on applying our core values, practicing gratitude, and using his equation to solve any problem or issue in our lives. This is a powerful and uplifting conversation that will help you discover your You-est You and live with more joy, purpose, and optimism. Tune in and learn: How Matt survived a near-fatal accident and what he learned from it The one word that changed his life for the better How learning to surrender what you can't control fully can give you your life back The importance of knowing your top values and how to apply them so you can always feel your You-est You no matter what How to give yourself sacred time to think and ask yourself powerful questions How logical-minded people can learn how to increase their emotional intelligence (EQ) and be open to experiencing emotions How to tap into curiosity, optimism, and gratitude to heal and overcome the toughest challenges Matt's equation to solve any problem or issue in your life Links and Resources To take the free strengths assessment we discussed, go to https://www.viacharacter.org/. 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Last week AP unboxed the new Mi Creatore set from Austrian Audio, this week we are putting it through it's paces. While its name implies that it might not be up to the rigours of professional voice over work, our tests might convince you otherwise... A big shout out to our sponsors, Austrian Audio and Tri Booth. Both these companies are providers of QUALITY Audio Gear (we wouldn't partner with them unless they were), so please, if you're in the market for some new kit, do us a solid and check out their products, and be sure to tell em "Robbo, George, Robert, and AP sent you"... As a part of their generous support of our show, Tri Booth is offering $200 off a brand-new booth when you use the code TRIPAP200. So get onto their website now and secure your new booth... https://tribooth.com/ And if you're in the market for a new Mic or killer pair of headphones, check out Austrian Audio. 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Find out more here.. https://www.patreon.com/proaudiosuite George has created a page strictly for Pro Audio Suite listeners, so check it out for the latest discounts and offers for TPAS listeners. https://georgethe.tech/tpas If you haven't filled out our survey on what you'd like to hear on the show, you can do it here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZWT5BTD Join our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/proaudiopodcast And the FB Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/357898255543203 For everything else (including joining our mailing list for exclusive previews and other goodies), check out our website https://www.theproaudiosuite.com/ “When the going gets weird, the weird turn professional.” Hunter S Thompson Summary In this episode of Pro Audio Suite, we explore the audio capabilities of the Tributh vocal booth and Austrian audio equipment. On offer is a $200 discount code for listeners, invigorating discussions on the mastery of mic technique, a review of the sound quality of an Austrian Audio microphone, and the fantastic audio benefits of using a cardioid and hypercardioid pickup. Our panel pointed out the similar sound quality Austrian audio provides across varying price points, the possibilities of using the equipment in a stereo pair setting, and the pros of using a heavy-weighted stand. The episode concluded with an appreciation for the Pro Audio mic's simplicity, without any DSP, and its excellent headphone amplifier. This might just be an addition to your audio equipment wish list! #ProAudioInsights #MicTechniques #AustrianAudioReview Timestamps (00:00:00) Introduction to Tributh & Austrian Audio (00:01:01) Sample of Austrian Microphone (00:02:30) Cardioid Vs. Hypercardioid (00:04:46) User Feedback Request (00:08:31) Integrating Multiple USB Mics (00:11:53) Pro Audio Weight Material & Origin Transcript Speaker A: Y'all ready?,Speaker B: Be history.,Speaker C: Get started.,Speaker B: Welcome.,Speaker C: Hi. Hi. Hello, everyone, to the Pro Audio Suite.,Speaker A: These guys are professional, they're motivated.,Speaker B: Thanks to Tributh, the best vocal booth for home or on the road. Voice recording and Austrian audio making passion heard. Introducing Robert Marshall from source elements and someone audio post Chicago. Darren robert Robertson from Voodoo Radio Imaging. Sydney to the Vo stars. George the tech Wittam from La.,: And me.,Speaker B: Andrew Peters, voiceover talent and home, studio Guy.,Speaker C: Learn up, learner. Here we go.,: And don't forget the code trip a P 200. That will get you $200 off your purchase of the fabulous Triboof and Austrian Audio Making Passion Heard. And George.,Speaker A: GeorgeThe, tech TPAs for your discount codes and on over. If you need help.,: We all need help. I desperately need it, I'm told.,: Now, talking of Austrian audio, though, we did an unboxing on camera. That was last week. But anyway, this week we're giving you a sample of what it sounds like. And I keep popping. That's really naughty. This is the my creator. This is what the microphone sounds like. Any thoughts, chaps?,Speaker A: So this is just absolute, because right now mine's a bit hyped. I'm going through my 8118 and I'm definitely hyping it up quite a bit more than probably is necessary. So I'm going to flatten mine because I want to have a really good comparison. Okay. This is the eight one eight with no processing. Totally flat.,: Okay.,Speaker A: And let me hear you again.,: I'm on an unprocessed OC 16 then for a comparison, too.,: There you go.,Speaker A: Got it?,: Oh, yeah. And I've got a feeling I know it's like it's a bit of a weird test because different voices, but my feeling is listening in the headphones to both of you two. This one is closer to the OC 16 than the eight one eight.,: That was my first thought, the first time I heard you on it. Was it's very close to the 16?,: Yeah.,Speaker A: I'm looking to see what pattern I'm into because you guys would be on cardioid. I may not be. So I'm going to check mine.,: When you guys keep talking this one, because I'm pretty sure see, I keep popping.,: There's no professional on the other end of the microphone. That's the problem.,: Yeah, that's right.,: There's also no pop shield.,: If you've got shit mic technique, get a pop guard.,Speaker A: All right, well, now I'm on cardioid, which sounds a bit more natural. I was on a hyper before.,: It does, but it's not as hyped. It's not quite as 4160 sound.,Speaker A: Well, here's the thing. Like on the A one eight, when you're in cardioid, it's a true single capsule cardioid pickup. So you're actually only using the front capsule. So this would be more similar to you guys, because now I'm actually using a single capsule. When I go to hyper, the rear capsule comes into play and that's being mixed in out of phase to create that hypercardioid. So it definitely changes the way you sound on the mic.,: Did you flick it across it in.,: While I was talking, didn't you?,: Yes, it's the opposite to what you were telling. What I was hearing was the opposite to what you said, Robbo, because I think in hypercardioid there's more top end.,Speaker A: In static, it might be a more scooped sound, like more bass and more treble.,: Yeah, maybe that's.,: Yeah, could be.,: Maybe that's.,Speaker A: And this is more mid forward. Yeah, this sounds more mid forward to me.,: Yeah.,: But to me it's not as sort of hyped as this 16 or the creator that AP is on.,Speaker A: And we're hearing your mic, Robo, flat or are you still going through a change?,: No. I'm sending to you guys on source. Connect unprocessed. So I do have some processing in Pro Tools, but you guys aren't hearing that?,Speaker A: Yeah, for sure. It definitely sounds more hype.,: Let me turn it off. Hang on, maybe you are. Let me turn it off.,Speaker A: Hang on.,: Does that make a difference? Hello.,: Oh, yeah.,Speaker A: You sounded a bit like I was pretty hyped sounding earlier. When I turn this on, you get that extra sizzly top end. Yeah, I'll turn that off. And now I'm flat.,: Okay, so now we're all flat. Some kind of a noise gate going on there because all of a sudden I can hear.,: I did have a gate on.,Speaker A: Oh, yeah, me, too.,: Yes, I should have a gate on.,Speaker A: This will be an interesting post mix. You have to decide, Robbo, now, whether you process it in post or leave it. Totally.,: Well, that's the thing. I think I might just have to leave it.,Speaker A: Perhaps disclaimer this episode is raw.,: Is raw. Absolutely.,Speaker A: Just some limiting for the master.,: We're going bareback, but don't Google that.,: Isn't it interesting, though, that and we talked about this in the preview when AP was unboxing. It that Austrian audio have taken the time to make sure that all their products have a pretty similar sort of sound, regardless of price point, even, really, isn't it?,: Yeah.,Speaker A: The voicing of the capsules.,: Yeah.,: I mean, when you can say that an eight one eight, which is what, $1,500 or something, would that be right?,: I don't know. US?,Speaker A: About 1200.,: Yeah. So one $200 US. And you can say that it's reasonably close to the My creator, which is whatever we said that was 100 and something. Yeah, it's crazy, isn't it?,: I'd be curious how this would sound. As I mentioned, when we're doing the unboxing in not a perfect environment. I mean, I've got to say that I'm sitting right next to a laptop computer screens. There's nothing in here that's diffusing any sound whatsoever except my buff head. But apart from that, there's nothing else. So it's not ideal, but I'm kind of thinking of more of a tight sort of environment where you're trying to obviously control some kind of ambient noise in a room that's pretty lively if you're traveling. How this would take to that, that's what I'd be interested in. And the other thing is how it takes to EQ as well. Could be an interesting one.,: So the other thing, though, is that, I mean, this is effectively also a stereo pair, right?,: Yeah.,: Because it comes with the stereo pair.,: Yeah.,: So it'd be interesting to hear it with that open.,: Well, imagine if you were doing here's an example. If you were a voice that did animation.,: Yeah.,: You could space these two mics out by maybe 18 inches or something, and then you've got one capturing the loud source and one if you could actually split them because they can be stereo. So I guess you do, you just monitor left for the one and right track for the other one. And then if you did start overloading the mic that's closest to you, you've got the backup behind you.,: Yeah.,Speaker A: There's a lot of clever ways to use it when there's two separate mic capsules versus a mic that has a stereo mode. Like the ever popular The Yeti from Blue has that multi pattern switch where you can go from omni to cardioid to stereo to figure eight.,: Right.,Speaker A: Well, the mic like this, you have way more flexibility. You can make an XY pair, you can make a Blum line, I think, whatever it's called. You can adjust how you want to use those two mics. Like, you could literally put up a stereo XY pair in front of a string quartet or something and record that.,: But you could even fake it with if you had the two like, instead of doing XY, you just reverse one, stick it basically so the capsule is almost touching each other right. And get some kind of weird omni going. I don't know how that would work.,Speaker A: Yeah, that should work. It's two hemispherical patterns connected in the center. You might have some phasing issues at the center, but yeah, it's more flexible to have two separate microphones to manipulate and do. You can just do so much more.,: Yeah.,: I'm just curious how this microphone actually does sound to the people listening. I mean, if you're listening to it and you like it, just leave a comment down below the notes and stuff. But what I'm hearing is very pleasing, actually. And I'm quite surprised because I did think being a USB mic, that there was going to be inherent issues. The price point, I thought, was going to be an issue for it as well. But I can't really hear anything now.,Speaker A: Roblo, now, I'm not trying to make more work for you, but I'm going to propose something, is that we leave part of the show unprocessed and then you process the remainder of the show the way you normally would. So we can hear what it sounds like raw, and we can hear what we all sound like through your production.,: Through the magic of podcasting. Let's move to the processed show now.,Speaker A: Exactly.,: The point I was going to make was that as a podcaster, if you were a podcaster and you were on, I don't know, let's just pick out a yeti, or you had a chaonica eyeball or something that you were sort of using and you wanted to up your game audio wise.,: I mean, step one, tick hello for.,: 100 and whatever bucks we were just talking about, you've got a new mic.,: That'S automatically going to do that.,: Yeah.,: And it's got an interface built in, so you're set that's it exactly.,Speaker A: I like that. Oftentimes we'll kind of shy away from a USB mic for anybody that's producing content, because it's just a mic. So if you want to add a second person or you want to interview somebody else on site, in physical person, it's not as easy to integrate multiple USB mics, but here you just have that second mic and you've got a two mic system and away you go. It's a clever way, it's sort of an analog, old school way of doing it, but the simplicity of it, I think, is the key here.,: Well, the other thing, too, thinking about.,: That without thinking too deeply, but hearing.,: You say that, and it occurs to me that even if you had more than two people, with some clever placement of those two mics, you could almost.,: Mic up maybe three or four people.,Speaker A: Well, yeah, you could have two and two.,: Yeah, that's right, exactly.,: If you had three, you could have the host on his own and then with some clever mic placement, you could place the other one so that you.,: Were picking up two.,: Yeah.,Speaker A: It all comes down to the room. The room has to be good.,: Yeah, absolutely.,: If you were in a concert hall or something, you probably wouldn't want to yeah.,: But you can also get lav mics. I think they're doing a lav mic as well. That goes with know, that kind of podcasting and all that kind of it's. It's really clever. Here's a thing, I always watch Bandru do this.,Speaker A: Podcastage. Is it podcast age or podcastage?,: Podcastage. It sounds like sort of being tied up and pod hostage, kind of, yeah. I'm being held hostage, so I'm going to tap on the desk. He always does that. So tapping on the desk and this is not ideal, as I said.,Speaker A: No, I mean, I can hear that you're tapping on the desk, but there's absolutely no thumping or rumbling or anything.,: No, it's not actually in the mic stand.,: Oh, now you can hear it now on the stand.,Speaker A: I'm getting it.,: Yeah.,Speaker A: And what stand are you using? Are you using that?,: The gravity?,: Yeah.,Speaker A: So that thing actually is helping a lot to isolate the mic from your desk.,: Yeah.,Speaker A: See, what helps a lot is mass, right. Weight.,: Yes.,Speaker A: So if you have that mic on a very lightweight stand, like a little folding tripod, it probably wouldn't do as well. But putting on a very heavy weighted stand on rubber like that, that's a pretty good package.,: Yeah, yeah, I think it works.,: A I will. I'll stick the link to that mic.,: Stand you're talking about in the show notes.,: The gravity. Yeah, it's a German design. I don't know where it's made. Probably China, but it's certainly designed and engineered.,: It's made out of heavy steel.,Speaker A: Chances are it's coming out of China.,: Yeah.,: Where's the steel from? Oh, I'd say probably a hole in the ground in Australia. But anyway, that's another story.,Speaker A: Another story.,: Yeah. But the conclusion for me of this mic is just bloody good. It sounds fantastic.,: I have no issues with it.,: I like it.,: Absolutely.,: Yeah.,Speaker A: No issues at all. It sounds like you it sounds like you unmested with.,: Yeah.,Speaker A: Because we've all heard the USB mics. We've tried a lot of things, and some of the other companies are trying to be really clever with lots of onboard processing DSP, and sometimes those settings are on by default. You don't even know it. So now you're already mucking up the audio without even realizing it. And these guys are going on a more purest way, just like we're not going to muck with it. There's no DSP. It's just this is the way our mic sounds. This is the way it sounds. And that is a very familiar sound, which is a very good thing. That's what we want to hear.,: Yeah, great.,: And also, if anyone's interested, the headphone amplifier is extremely good, so that's a plus.,: Yeah, very nice.,Speaker A: So we figured out the knob is a multifunction knob that controls your headphone level and the monitor blend or mix or balance, as they call it.,: Okay.,: So the mix between you and me. Okay, very good.,: Well, there you go.,: Austrian audience, well done.,: Something else to add to the shopping list.,Speaker A: Christmas needing to just add it to their shipping list and send one to.,: The rest of us.,: Well, that was fun.,Speaker C: Is it over?,Speaker B: The Pro Audio suite with thanks to Triboof and Austrian audio recorded using Source Connect edited by Andrew Peters and mixed by Voodoo Radio Imaging with tech support from George the Tech Wittam don't forget to subscribe to the show and join in the conversation on our Facebook group. To leave a comment, suggest a topic or just say G'day. Drop us a note at our website. The Pro Audio weight.
Join me today as I am interviewed by two amazing women, Christina and Brittany over on "Two Mom Friends" podcast. In this episode we break down boundaries, mom guilt, coaching vs. therapy, and sooo much more! Be sure to check these two amazing ladies out!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TwoMomFriends/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twomomfriends/Website: https://www.twomomfriends.com/aboutMacie's website: macierenae.comMacie's socials: @Macie Renae Coaching on TikTok, IG, and FB.
A powerful rebroadcast from 2022, Noelle (CEO of Lumia) and Lumia instructor Khary Hornsby discuss his background, anti-bias work and why the work we do as coaches is important. Khary Hornsby has a passion for empowering people to skillfully connect across real and perceived cultural differences through cultivating cultural intelligence, emotional intelligence and mindfulness skill-sets. He has over 14 years of experience in international relations leadership positions and has conducted workshops and presentations in over 40 countries. He is a certified trainer in: EQ-i 2.0 (Emotional Intelligence); EQ 360; Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI); and CQ Level 2 (Cultural Intelligence). Khary is a certified Budokon yoga instructor and is an avid social dancer. He earned a bachelor of science degree in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School. Everything Life Coaching is brought to you by Lumia-- at Lumia, we train and certify impact-driven coaches, making sure they've got all they need to build a business they love and transform lives, on their terms. Become a life coach, and make a bigger impact on the world around you! Schedule a call with us today to discuss your future as a coach. Music in this episode is by Cody Martin, used under a creative commons license. The Everything Life Coaching Podcast is Produced and Audio Engineered by Amanda Meyncke.
In this two-for-one episode, you get a chance to learn soul care from coaching duo Travis and Jessica Vangsnes (8-4 pairing), who are both trauma-informed E + M Certified Coaches with skills in emotional intimacy building. First, take a deeper dive into what soul care is, and next learn how men, who often didn't learn the emotional intelligence skills growing up, can grow emotionally healthier with Travis, along with their coaching, the writing, and their wonderful couples retreat center. Don't forget to sign up for their soul care online FREE retreat soon also below! PODCAST LINKS Enneagram and Soul Care Guided PACE Coaching https://guidedpace.com/coaching/ Shiny Eyes Retreats https://guidedpace.com/retreats/ Shiny eyes book https://www.amazon.com/Shiny-Eyes-Seeing-Better-Through-ebook/dp/B09KMKKQR3/ref=sr_1_1?crid=27SICCYRYUISS&keywords=shiny+eyes+book&qid=1701118895&sprefix=shiny+eyes+boo%2Caps%2C291&sr=8-1 Link for Dec 10th free Virtual event; Shiny Eyes and the Care of the Soul https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shiny-eyes-and-the-care-of-the-soul-tickets-764877979627 Facebook @Shinyeyesretreat https://www.facebook.com/shinyeyesretreat?mibextid=LQQJ4d Men and Emotional Health Shiny eyes book https://www.amazon.com/Shiny-Eyes-Seeing-Better-Through-ebook/dp/B09KMKKQR3/ref=sr_1_1?crid=27SICCYRYUISS&keywords=shiny+eyes+book&qid=1701118895&sprefix=shiny+eyes+boo%2Caps%2C291&sr=8-1 my blog stainedglasseyes.com Facebook @Shinyeyesretreat https://www.facebook.com/shinyeyesretreat?mibextid=LQQJ4d Get the Enneagram in Marriage: Your Guide to Thriving Together in Your Unique Pairing right here for your loved ones this Christmas on sale! Find our new Substack right here! www.EnneagramandMarriage.com for all of your relationship needs.
You're frantically googling, trying to find out what the heck is so important about mixing even though there are seemingly 10,000 things to do! Have no fear, James and Samantha are here to help. This topic comes up constantly with new mixes and new volunteers always stepping up to the plate to help out. Let this episode shed a little light on what's most important when you first start mixing.Check out James' video on mixing for the first time!Co-host Samantha Potter is also co-lead instructor with Church Sound University — a training program tailored specifically for worship audio techs that's now also available online. Reach her via LinkedIn, on IG @potteraudio, or contact her via email here email.Co-host James Attaway is the author of the Live Mixing Field Guide, a quick-start guide to EQ, compression and effects. Find more from James on the Attaway Audio YouTube Channel and at AttawayAudio.com. Reach him on IG @attawayaudio or contact him via email here.Church Sound Podcast is sponsored by Primacoustic, and DiGiCo, and Electro-Voice.
Melanie Naranjo is the VP, People at Ethena and an insightful writer at the forefront of HR thought leadership. In this episode, Melanie, Kelli and Nolan dig into the current sentiment in HR, why the bar is set lower than it should be, why you should abandon PIPs, instilling a culture of feedback among execs, and why EQ isn't the most important skill to develop in a people leader. If you're looking for HR software that drives performance, check out Lattice https://www.lattice.com/hrheretics – SPONSORS: Lattice | Continuum ✅ Discover HR software that drives performance with Lattice: https://www.lattice.com/hrheretics High performance and great culture should never be at odds; they're better together. With Lattice People Management Platform, companies efficiently run people programs that create enviable cultures where employees want to do their best work. Serving 1000s of customers of all sizes. Learn why companies from Slack to the LA Dodgers choose Lattice. https://www.lattice.com/hrheretics ✅ Hire Fractional Executives with Continuum using this link: https://bit.ly/40hlRa9 Have you ever had a negative experience hiring executives? Continuum connects executives and senior operators to venture-backed tech companies for fractional and full-time roles. You can post any executive-level role to Continuum's marketplace and search through our database of world-class, vetted leaders. There is no hidden cost, you only pay the person you hire. And you can cancel at any time. Joincontinuum.com – RECOMMENDED PODCAST: Check out Run The Numbers! Kelli and Nolan were guests on the most recent episode: a deep dive into FIRING CEOs and EXECS. This one's hilarious. Listen here, wherever you get your podcasts: https://link.chtbl.com/runthenumbers – KEEP UP WITH MELANIE, NOLAN, + KELLI ON LINKEDIN Melanie: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanie-naranjo/ Nolan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nolan-church/ Kelli: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellidragovich/ – LINKS: The Cost of Tolerating Underperformance: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cost-tolerating-underperformance-overlooking-your-high-naranjo/ Ethena: https://www.goethena.com/ – TIMESTAMPS: (00:00) Preview (00:43) Intro (02:40) Melanie's Ethena Journey (05:17) Is it fun being in the HR tech space? (06:19) Biggest learnings for HR leaders (12:41) Sponsors - Lattice | Continuum (14:24) Is High EQ the most important quality in a people leader? (16:50) Emotional maturity and logical problem solving (20:04) Having support and guidance and intentionality (27:07) Ego, politics and feedback (29:00) On meritocracies in tech (32:48) On handling performance issues (35:00) Insights on writing "The cost of tolerating underperformance — and overlooking your high performers" - see links (37:47) Using or abandoning Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) (40:26) Ethena's selling points (41:45) Most people suck at giving feedback (43:08) On growing personal and employer brand awareness on LinkedIn (46:06) When a CEO and CHRO works together (48:23) How to find the CEO and leadership team to partner with (51:20) Assessing for intellectual nimbleness during an interview (53:16) Why Melanie doesn't backchannel for non-execs (55:43) The best interview question (56:40) Melanie's best hire (57:44) Advice for people leaders going into 2024
“Root before you expand” is a concept that can be applied to various aspects of life, emphasizing the importance of a solid foundation before growth. For instance, in martial arts, physical stability is crucial for effective execution. So, physically, it's crucial to root before expanding. Similarly, when it comes to our emotions, Steve reminds us how a strong foundation (emotional intelligence or EQ) aids resilience in life's storms. However, spiritually, Tim poses the idea of expansion actually BEFORE rooting. Looking up to the heavens and expanding our minds encourages us to think beyond current circumstances. After all, it's heaven on earth; not earth in heaven. Whether we're anchoring first then reaching out, or vice-versa — ultimately, balance of mind, body, and spirit is vital for true growth. We should strive to keep these three elements in harmony. Tim talks about three horses and the gift he gave Steve as a metaphor for this.
In this special wartime episode, we speak with Asaf Shamly, a visionary entrepreneur and thought leader in the AdTech space, who co-founded Browsi, an AdTech AI startup back in 2017, with a mission to create a world where content and ads blend harmoniously. He's been at the forefront of innovation in the AdTech industry for over 8 years and has a wealth of experience which he's gained from involvement in three startups. He also takes a lead role in the open-source community, championing transparency. And here's the kicker – despite all his achievements, he's just 30 years old. We discuss: • Being an entrepreneur during a war • Entrepreneurship struggles and emotional toll • The difference between selling to investors vs. clients • Emotional intelligence, EQ, and managing a team • The lonely road of entrepreneurship • Dealing with failure and learning from mistakes Have a good listen
Tune in to hear:- We frequently hear the term “emotional intelligence” thrown around pretty loosely, but what is a deeper dive into its definition?- Does Dr. McCarthy see people frequently using emotional intelligence towards Machiavellian ends or is this quite uncommon in her experience?- Why is EQ so important for leaders and individuals more broadly and why is it extra important in the context of financial services?- What did Dr. McCarthy focus on in her dissertation work and what were her findings around referrals and emotional intelligence?- To what extent is emotional intelligence an inherent vs. a learned trait? What roles do nature and nurture play in EQ?- How do the didactic and experiential combine to inform emotional intelligence?- In the age of AI, what is the place of the human-first financial advisor?https://amplifyyourvoice.studioCompliance Code: 3009-OAS-11/2/2023
Don't stay stuck in the same cycles of stress and frustration. When you get better, your life gets better. So, do something today that will help you jumpstart your journey toward emotional intelligence. You can develop the skills to...Stop losing your cool with your team and patients.Stay focused instead of becoming so reactive even in high pressure situations.Harness the energy of stress and frustration instead of letting it consume you.In this episode, I interview Dennis McIntee from The Leadership Development Group on Emotional Intelligence and how you can steadily improve it. As a Chiropractor, Emotional Intelligence is vital in your personal life so you don't “bring it to work” and in leading your team and patients each and every day. Do you feel overwhelmed as you lead your team and your practice toward success? Are you struggling to stay focused and actually do what you know you need to do?Have you tried implementing new strategies but not seen the results you wanted? In this episode and in the free Masterclass Gift that accompanies this podcast episode, you will: How to Harness Your Passion (The Right Way)Why the Human Experience is Emotional, Not LogicalWhat You Can Do To Become More Emotionally IntelligentIn full candor, improving my Emotional Intelligence or “EQ” has been a goal and process of mine over the past 2 years and there is light at the end of the tunnel. You may not become Oprah, but you can become an even better version of yourself. Learn How to Strategically Harness Your Emotions and Decrease Stress with this Exclusive Free Masterclass.Register Free Here: https://bit.ly/MCMmasterclass
51st Episode of Who Dares Wins with JP In this episode, I talk about the importance of EQ (emotional intelligence) and challenges in graduate school. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jp-ross/message
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Understanding and increasing your LQ doesn't start by simply changing bad habits or enhancing good ones. Instead, it presents a different model of reality with its own language. In other words, it's not about tricking your brain, it's about noticing and understanding the structure of your sensory and cognitive experience, so you have more information available to make good choices. LQ is a foundational intelligence that directly impacts EQ, IQ and almost everything else we do. To bring his methodology to the masses, today's special guest, Lloyd Glauberman, Ph.D.,created the LQ app which was designed to help us rethink and then reprogram our relationship to the macro-elements of wellbeing. It officially launched on July 31, 2023. A renowned Manhattan-based clinical psychologist specializing in mood disorders, anxiety, and relationships, and founder of the Hypno-Peripheral Processing (HPP) method, Dr. Glauberman says we have been thinking about “health and wellness” all wrong. Based on 4+ decades in practice he says most mental, physical and emotional health issues he treats are either caused or exacerbated by the three core macro-elements of wellbeing which he calls Lifestyle Intelligence (LQ): Sleeping, Movement and Nutrition. Seems obvious, and there is an abundance of information that should be helping us, but as a society we're only getting fatter and sicker. Something must change – and fast. Dr. Lloyd Glauberman's approach is centered around lifestyle management through an understanding of how timing and rhythm affect our core behavioral ecosystem: eating, moving and sleeping. His newest project, the Lifestyle Intelligence (LQ) app, is a cutting-edge vehicle that takes a unique psycho-educational approach to relearning, rebuilding and maintaining harmony among these three core elements in order to catalyze positive change.
My guest today is Jaime Taets. Jaime is the Chief Vision Officer and CEO at Keystone Group International, a 2x author and a podcast host! As the CEO of Keystone Group International, Jaime created the organization to focus on leadership development, organizational strategy, and growth. Before starting Keystone Group International, she spent 13 years in a large corporate environment in a variety of leadership roles, living and traveling globally. Jaime believes that strong leadership is the foundation for healthy and sustainable growth for any business. She uses her leadership experience to drive “real” discussions about how to drive high performance and healthy cultures within client organizations. Leaders need to be focused on helping their organizations create a positive mindset change to manage the constant change as their business grows and evolves. Jaime's areas of expertise are helping organizations identify the issue that is getting in their way of growth and creating a plan for improvement – specifically in areas of strategy, culture, and people. Jaime uses her SuperPower of Empathy and high EQ to build strong relationships with clients and leaders within organizations she works with. This same SuperPower allows her to build trust quickly which makes it easier to get to the root of the issue. The purpose behind Jaime's work is to create an impact on the people she works with. Jaime is driven by the positive changes that she creates for her clients-it's an addiction. This show is dedicated to Jaime's journey, this conversation is what we make it. This is Counsel Culture. Learn more at www.ericbrooker.com | www.keystonegroupintl.com
In this episode, we talk about the real world. We really discuss how we are preparing our children for adulthood. Every decision we make or don't make impacts their upbringing and their view of the world. This is why it's so important to be very mindful of how we show up for them. I cannot have this conversation on my own, so that's why our guest expert, Damon Eddy, helps bring clarity to ways we, as parents, can ensure that our children are being raised to become loving and impactful adults in this new and ever-changing world. Our world needs more people who hold those types of character traits, wouldn't you agree? So tune in for some insights that will have you reflecting on your own parenting style.About This Episode's Special Guest:Website: https://www.thetwohourturnaround.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/damon-eddy-a0ba2914/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/damoneddymindsetminuteTwitter: https://twitter.com/damoneddyLink to his book: https://www.amazon.com/Walks-Mr-Smith-Damon-Eddy/dp/0557538815YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@DamonEddyRE*EMAIL LIST*Click here to join my email list for more free content to help you on your parenting journey!or go to strongermindsstrongeryouth.com/jointhelist*REACH OUT & SHARE*Email me your stories to share with others parents just like you @ firstname.lastname@example.org *CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!!* & *TAG ME IN YOUR STORIES!!!*#jessikashields or @strongermindsstrongeryouthGet Social to Stay Connected!!!FB: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthInstagram: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jessikashieldsTo access more Podcast resources, visit strongermindsstrongeryouth.comThank you for listening!
Growing up in a conservative environment, emotional expression wasn't always encouraged. That was the reality for our guest, David Brzozowski, the Director of Training at TalentSmart EQ. Join us as we dive deep into the nuanced world of EQ, exploring how men and women approach emotional intelligence and the challenges men face in expressing their emotions. David takes us on a journey through the four pivotal EQ skills: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. We reveal how these skills can be mastered to better engage with others, control our own emotions, and even 'read' a room. Powerfully, we unpack the often-overlooked strength in vulnerability and the harmful consequences of repressing our emotions. Towards the end, we delve deeper into the transformative potential of emotional intelligence in forming lasting connections and creating harmony in our lives. We explore how understanding and managing our emotions can lead to life-defining moments. Tune in as we challenge societal norms and learn to harness the power of emotional intelligence.Follow David BrzozowskiDavid's LinkedInBook: Emotional Intelligence HabitsBook: Emotional Intelligence 2.0Support the showAdditional Resources: Subscribe/Rate/Review on iTunes ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HEREEnroll Here
In this episode, Tim and Junior conclude their series on emotional intelligence (EQ) by discussing practical ways to improve it. They explain that EQ is a learnable skill that requires deliberate practice focused on improving behaviors. The key is consistently gathering feedback, monitoring your progress, and making incremental improvements over time.5 Key Takeaways with Timestamps EQ is a learnable skill, not a fixed trait (0:02:46) - Unlike IQ which is relatively stable, EQ can be improved significantly through effort and practice over time. Willingness and self-awareness are key to improvement (0:17:35) - You have to be willing to see your deficiencies clearly and put in the hard work to change your behavior. Motivation comes from within (0:30:18) - No one can give you motivation, you have to find it in yourself by considering the costs of not improving. You have to change your behavior (0:38:00) - You can't just think your way to better EQ, you have to deliberately practice new behaviors. It's an ongoing cycle (0:49:13) - Continuously self-monitor, gather feedback, improve your behaviors, and repeat. EQ improves incrementally with consistency. Important Links Show Notes: leaderfactor.com/podcast EQ Index Self-Assessment: https://www.leaderfactor.com/eqindex Feedback and Episode Requests: email@example.com
The Equalizer Season 4 Episode 13: Lullaby of Darkness Aired on CBS: March 30, 1989 Directed by: David Jackson Written by : Coleman Luck Featuring: Stephen Lang, Ellen Latzen, Mary-Joan Negro, Vivian Nathan, Jacqueline Brookes Stephen Lang - the villainous Colonel Miles Quaritch in Avatar - is similarly evil in this one, though his victims aren't the Na'vis but rather his character's own wife and daughter. Like most episodes dealing with ugly topics, the viewpoint of the show is good but the execution gets uncomfortable, being from 1989 and all. Shaking up the episode: a) Lang's character takes out a restraining order against the Equalizer (future EQ villains take note) b) the daughter escapes into her imagination along with her old/creepy/evil dolls, making this the most that The Equalizer has ever dipped into the fantasy genre. We wouldn't say it's the easiest Equalizer episode to watch, but of course we're established professionals so this podcast episode goes down easy as always. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com https://www.facebook.com/equalizerspodcast/
"To be a great investor, you need to be deeply curious...you need to be great at operating in ambiguity. Show your ability to drive to an outcome. And it's very important to have that empathy or EQ." Join Manasi Patwa and Cynthia Zhou in a conversation with Meera Clark, Principal at Redpoint Ventures. Listen to learn about Meera's remarkable career journey in the investing world, her view on key drivers in the tech-enabled sustainability and wellness sectors, and advice to founders and investors hoping to make an impact.