This week, R. Eric Thomas, TV writer and author of Congratulations, The Best Is Over!, and Alex Abad-Santos, senior correspondent for Vox, joined us to reflect on the end of the writers' strike and the 20th anniversary of the pumpkin spice latte.Then, we revel in the best new books coming out this fall! We called up some of our favorite readers and writers to find out what they're most excited to read. Here are the titles in order of when they were mentioned in the episode. For links and full descriptions, head to our website! ‘The Woman in Me' by Britney Spears‘Same Bed Different Dreams' by Ed Park‘How to Be Multiple: The Philosophy of Twins' by Helena de Bres‘Iron Flame' by Rebecca Yarros‘Rouge' by Mona Awad‘Organ Meats' by K-Ming Chang‘A Haunting on the Hill' by Elizabeth Hand‘Edith Holler' By Edward Carey‘The Reformatory' by By Tananarive Due‘The Vaster Wilds' by Lauren Groff (Nerdette Book Club pick!)‘Land of Milk and Honey' by C Pam Zhang (Nerdette Book Club pick!)‘Roaming' by Jillian Tamaki and Mariko Tamaki‘Vampires of El Norte' by Isabel Cañas‘The Iliad' translated by Emily Wilson‘The Vulnerables' by Sigrid Nunez‘Family Lore' by Elizabeth Acevedo‘North Woods' by Daniel Mason‘The Unsettled' by Ayana Mathis]]>
229: What Should You Outsource at Your Nonprofit? (Eric Thomas)SUMMARYAs a nonprofit leader, are you short-handed or unable to scale your team to keep up with growth, especially in more technical areas like technology and finance? In episode #229 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, Eric Thomas shares how outsourcing may be a practical solution for your organization. Learn exactly what outsourcing in the nonprofit sector is and how it can help address your needs. Eric discusses the talent shortage, particularly in specialized roles like finance and accounting that currently exist in our sector. He provides specific keys to integrate an outsourced position into your nonprofit, and which roles and functions are most effectively outsourced. Eric also provides examples of automation that nonprofit leaders should consider to streamline operations. ABOUT ERICEric Thomas is a consulting partner with over 20 years of experience serving nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Since joining Armanino, he has focused on helping nonprofits with their finance and accounting needs, so they can concentrate on developing their organization and delivering on their mission. He works with a diverse group of clients on their digital transformation and believes that regardless of size and age, organizations can benefit from incorporating enterprise best accounting practices through a solution that uses cloud technology and paperless processes. Prior to joining Armanino, Eric led accounting and finance functions at Robert Half, Analytic Services, and Serco NA. He received a B.S. in business administration from West Virginia University.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESThe Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers by Ben HorowitzLearn more about Eric and Armanino hereReady for a Mastermind? Learn more here!Take our Podcast Survey and let us know what you want to hear!Check out Patton's book Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic Sector
Writer R. Eric Thomas's second essay collection is just as funny and exuberant as his debut—and if possible, even more nuanced and moving. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Michele Cobb discuss Thomas's fun and heartfelt narration of his collection that's laugh-out-loud funny but real enough to make you cry. Writing about the complicated emotions that arise when he moves back to his hometown, the beautiful challenges of marriage, the isolation of the pandemic, and so much more, Thomas offers a heartfelt “I see you” to anyone who's ever been lost, grieving, or stuck. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Random House Audio. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for this podcast comes from #1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben's explosively fast thriller Shelter is now an Amazon Prime Original Series. Listen to the series that started it all at Audible.com/Shelter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Embrace life's challenges, find your "why," and believe in yourself. Struggles build character; don't give up, rise above and keep climbing. Success comes from attacking your fears and taking daily action. Your journey is worth it. Spoken by Greg Plitt, Eric Thomas, Ray Lewis, Steve Harvey. You can see more of Greg Plitt at instagram.com/gregplitt, Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher, Ray Lewis at instagram.com/raylewis, Steve Harvey at instagram.com/iamsteveharveytv. The music is Ezio's Family (Remake) by Jesper Kyd. You can see more of Jesper Kyd at https://twitter.com/JesperKyd.
BECOME A MONSTER. Disappear, put your head down and come back A MONSTER. These are some of the Best Motivational Speeches of all time to keep you focused on your grind! Speakers:Jordan PetersonJocko Willink: http://bit.ly/2v5XxuKChris RossCoach Pain: http://bit.ly/2LmRyeaRay LewisCorey JonesTyrese GibsonLes Brown: https://lesbrown.com/Tony Robbins: https://www.tonyrobbins.com/Eric Thomas: http://etinspires.com/Freddy Fri: http://bit.ly/FreddyFriElliott Hulse: https://twitter.com/ElliottHulsetMarcus "Elevation" Taylor: http://bit.ly/38FUFoSMusic:Secession Studios: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwd8uu2mtJUgHYRffUl2yPQReally Slow Motion: http://bit.ly/1r3lPvNAudiojungleEvan King 2.0Rok Nardin: https://roknardin.com/Epic Motiversity Music▶Subscribe for New Motivational Videos Every Week:http://bit.ly/MotivationVids▶DOWNLOAD our Top 100 Quotes of All Time:https://bit.ly/topquotesfreepdf▶JOIN our Newsletter for Exclusive Updates, Discounts, and Deals: https://bit.ly/Motiversitynewsletter▶READ our Weekly Blog -https://bit.ly/motiversityblog▶SHOP Official Motivational Canvases and Apparel -https://bit.ly/motiversityshop▶BECOME A MEMBER of our loyal community!https://bit.ly/motiversitymembers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As we've been reporting, we're getting news this morning that Mayor London Breed is putting out a proposal today which would require low-income residents to undergo substance abuse screening and treatment in order to get welfare funds, a historically controversial move. For more on how this proposal may be received, KCBS Radio news anchors Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS insider Phil Matier.
Governor Gavin Newsom used his veto pen going into the weekend to halt legislation that would have required a human to be inside driverless trucks when they're rolled out for at least five years. For more, KCBS Radio's Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
Are you ready to break free from your past and embrace the future that God has prepared for you? In this powerful video from A Place of Change Ministry, Pastor Eric Thomas delivers a captivating message on the shocking truth about letting go of your past and diving deep into forgiveness. Drawing from Jeremiah 29:11, Pastor Thomas reminds us that God knows the mistakes we've made, but He still sees us as His best choice. He challenges us to let go of the ties that are holding us back and to choose a better option - a life of freedom and purpose in Christ. Using his own personal experiences and biblical wisdom, He encourages us to break free from the programming of our past and to fully embrace the love, grace, and forgiveness that God offers. Get ready to be inspired, motivated, and equipped to let go of the past and step into the incredible future that God has in store for you. Don't miss this life-changing message - watch now and start your journey towards freedom and fulfillment. If you resonate with the powerful message of A Place of Change Ministry, consider Supporting the mission by visiting our website at www.apocministry.org and Subscribing to this channel for more transformative content Join us for our midweek service every Wednesday evening at 6 PM Eastern Standard Time. Let's break free from the past and embrace the abundant life that God has prepared for us. #BreakFree #LetGoOfThePast #Forgiveness #APlaceOfChangeMinistry CHAPTERS: 00:00 - Introduction and opening prayer 00:03 - Discussion about the importance of making the right choices 00:10 - Emphasizing the need to understand God's plans and options 00:19 - Reflecting on the significance of Jeremiah 29:11 00:29 - Explaining the concept of God's best choice for individuals 01:00 - Transition to a new topic: the challenges of caring and being cared for 01:04 - Applause and transition to a new topic: God's message for the day 01:09 - Reflecting on mistakes made and the importance of making the best choice 01:14 - Sharing personal experiences and examples of God's best choice 02:10 - Emphasizing the desire to give better options and choices to others 02:16 - Quoting Jeremiah 29:11 and emphasizing God's plans for individuals 02:27 - Addressing distractions and the need to stay focused on God's plans 02:34 - Warning against demonic connections and the importance of releasing them 03:12 - Giving examples of connections and scenarios that need to be let go 03:36 - Sharing a personal experience of a travel mishap and relating it to letting go 04:41 - Reflecting on the need to let go of past mistakes and programming 06:32 - Encouraging listeners to let go of past hurts and connections 07:18 - Urging listeners to cut ties with negative influences and past programming 08:16 - Acknowledging the role of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in God's plan 08:19 - Emphasizing the importance of following God's calling and purpose 09:40 - Sharing a personal story about a conversation with a grandmother 13:44 - Reflecting on the need to let go of past hurts and move forward 16:12 - Urging listeners to make things right and seek forgiveness 18:15 - Praying for the strength to let go of past hurts and move forward 19:40 - Transition to a new topic: the importance of fasting and prayer 20:52 - Explaining the purpose of fasting and seeking God's guidance 21:50 - Encouraging listeners to let go of past hurts and seek God's direction 22:27 - Urging listeners to let go of past programming and negative influences 23:12 - Reflecting on the need to let go and trust in God's plan 26:41 - Praying for the ability to let go and live the life God wants 27:48 - Encouraging listeners to let go of past pain and trust in God's plan 29:07 - Closing remarks and invitation to support the ministry
Have you ever thought about taking a spin on the SkyStar Observation Wheel in Golden Gate Park? Well, the clock may be ticking on that opportunity, as city officials are contemplating the relocation of this colossal Ferris wheel to Fisherman's Wharf. For more, Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier and former Mayor of San Francisco Willie Brown.
Officials tasked with tracking down a new police chief for the city say they're close to a short-list. This comes after officials this week said they expect to recommend three finalists to Mayor Sheng Thao by mid-October. For more, KCBS Radio's Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
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New data shows Bay Area drivers are really racking up toll debts since the system went cashless, with officials saying about 12.5 million violations were issued in the past fiscal year. That adds up to about 90 dollars in unpaid tolls. For more, KCBS Radio's Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
In this episode, we dive deep into a topic that plagues many high-achievers: imposter syndrome. Join us as we unveil 10 actionable tips to overcome imposter syndrome and unleash your full potential. Imposter syndrome can leave even the most accomplished individuals feeling like frauds, doubting their abilities, and fearing being exposed as unworthy of their achievements. But fear not, as The Star Maker shares practical strategies that will inspire and equip you to conquer imposter syndrome. Throughout this episode, you'll discover how to shift your perspective, embrace your unique journey, and challenge the self-doubt that holds you back. Our host will provide insights on building a supportive network, setting realistic goals, and celebrating your wins along the way. You'll learn how to cultivate a growth mindset, share vulnerability, and practice self-compassion. Are you ready to step into your greatness? Join us on "Only Business" as we unravel the secrets of overcoming imposter syndrome and set you on a path to unprecedented success.
The United Auto Workers Union (UAW) has initiated coordinated strikes at three factories belonging to General Motors, Ford and Stellantis—the parent company of Chrysler—kicking off one of the most impactful industrial labor actions in the U.S. in many years. In this episode of Bay Current, KCBS Radio anchors Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer speak with William Gould, Stanford law professor emeritus and former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board and author of “For Labor to Build Upon.”
Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao says she will be declaring a state of emergency by years end, if the police commission can't give her a list of names to replace the city's police chief. This comes as Thao has already been vocal with her displeasure with the commission, saying they're taking too long and the city can't wait any more. For more KCBS Radio's Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
Tom speaks with R. Eric Thomas, a best-selling author and his latest book is a funny collection of essays called Congratulations, the Best is Over! The book is about love and marriage and family and home, and it is an insightful exploration of what happens when plans change.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us: @MiddayWYPR, or call us at 410-662-8780.
Governor Gavin Newsom is saying that the state will intervene in an ongoing court case in which a federal judge barred San Francisco from cleaning up homeless encampments and that he hope it gets all the way to the supreme court. Newsom called his own words quote "a hell of a statement coming from a progressive democrat." For more KCBS Radio's Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
We're back with more of our For the Love of Funny series, and this week we're asking the question; is it possible to find humor not only in our lighter moments, but also in our vulnerable and difficult times? Our guest this week specializes in wit through the written word–and he has found that it is possible to find joy, while being heartfelt and hilarious at the same time. We're welcoming R. Eric Thomas, back to the show! Whether he's writing about politics, pop culture, or celebrity craziness–Eric has a refreshing and hilarious perspective–which really helps when regular reporting on politics and news might send us spiraling into the darkness. Eric is also a television writer (Dickinson on AppleTV+, Better Things on FX), a playwright, and a bestselling author of several books, including Here For It: Or How To Save Your Soul in America and his newest work, a collection of hilarious essays called Congratulations The Best Is Over. Eric brings that laugh we need when the world seems bonkers, and helps remind us that we can find something to laugh at in almost every situation–we just have to be open to it. * * * Thank you to our sponsors! BetterHelp | Visit betterhelp.com/forthelove to save 10% on your first month! Trust and Will - Get 10% and Free Shipping when Visit trustandwill.com/forthelove. See how Trust and Will can benefit you! FOCL - Visit https://focl.com/ and use code FORTHELOVE at checkout for 20% off of your purchase Thought-Provoking Quotes: “Be grateful that you got to this place because this is where you wanted to be. Don't spend so much time thinking, ‘What if it all goes away?'” - R. Eric Thomas “I think to myself, ‘If you were better, then you'd be busier and that would make you happier.' I don't know that busier equals happier. I don't know if that's true.” - R. Eric Thomas “I remember the first time somebody came up to me in the street and said, ‘Hey, this is weird, but I follow your Facebook, a friend of mine told me to, and you're funny.' And I'm like, ‘Who are you? What's happening? Where are the cameras?'” - R. Eric Thomas “I know from my own experience as a reader and as a writer, you can have a good time with something that is both funny and heartfelt.” - R. Eric Thomas “I posted an Instagram story that was essentially like, ‘I got rejected from this thing, but my Beyonce´ hat came. So there are pluses and minuses.' People really responded. They were like, ‘Thank you for sharing not only your wins but your losses. It seems like you're always winning.' I'm like, ‘baby, I am always losing, but I'm not going to share that.'” - R. Eric Thomas Resources Mentioned in This Episode: For the Love of Finding Truth ft. Eric Thomas Eric Reads the News Dickinson Better Things Here for It by R. Eric Thomas Congratulations, The Best is Over by R. Eric Thomas Reclaiming Her Time: The Power of Maxine Waters by R. Eric Thomas and Helena Andrews-Dyer Kings of B'more by R. Eric Thomas Lynn Nottage's Website The Getaway Car: A Practical Memoir About Writing and Life by Ann Patchett The Enneagram Institute Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson My Point…And I Do Have One by Ellen Degeneres There's Nothing in This Book That I Meant to Say by Paula Poundstone The Moth For the Love Podcast episode with Anne Bogel Guest's Links: R. Eric Thomas's Website R. Eric Thomas's Instagram R. Eric Thomas's Twitter R. Eric Thomas's Facebook Connect with Jen! Jen's website Jen's InstagramJen's Twitter Jen's FacebookJen's YouTube
In this WINNING Word of The Day Coach JC challenges you with this one powerful question... "Is It Really Hard?" Coach JC,Performance Coach, Passionate Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker, 6x Author, Hype-Man With Intensity, Who Is On A Mission To Show You How To WIN ALL DAY! Welcome to my world, you were born to WIN, you can WIN, you will WIN, and together, we will build your purpose driven, passion filled WINNING life & business! The WIN ALL DAY podcast is the motivation, inspiration and empowerment along with strategy you need so that you can increase your WINNING % and live the WINNING life you desire and deserve. Have a question you'd like Coach JC to answer on a future WIN ALL DAY episode? Submit it as a message on our social media accounts: https://www.instagram.com/thecoachjc/ https://www.facebook.com/WINALLDAYWITHCOACHJC Subscribe to the WIN ALL DAY podcast and leave a review for a chance to win some FREE WIN ALL DAY merchandise or even a coaching session with Coach JC each month. Be sure to join Coach JC's email list and download our free ebook, "The 7 Habits To WIN ALL DAY" at www.CoachJC.com so that you can stay up to date and increase your WINNING %.
Labor groups and fast-food companies in California have come to an agreement which includes bumping up the minimum salary for workers to $20 dollars an hour, narrowly avoiding a ballot fight over Assembly Bill 12-28. The compromise also means that franchise corporations will not be held responsible for workforce violations at individual restaurants, a term that's been a major sticking point in negotiations. For more KCBS Radio's Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
True peace comes from daily self-improvement. The battle is in your mind. No more excuses. Upgrade yourself relentlessly. Make a plan and execute it. Discipline and hard work create your superpower. Start now. Own your time and mindset. The struggle builds a lasting legacy. Spoken by Inky Johnson, Eric Thomas. You can see more of Inky Johnson at instagram.com/inkyjohnsonmotivate, Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher. The music is The Rumbling by Rok Nardin. You can see more of Rok Nardin at spoti.fi/35irVDu.
DETERMINED! Our 33rd Ultimate Motivational Speech Compilation is here! These are some of the BEST Motivational Speeches you'll ever hear, featuring powerful speeches from Marcus Elevation Taylor, Eric Thomas, Coach Pain, Les Brown and many more!Speakers:Denzel WashingtonLisa Nichols: https://bit.ly/36c2nYrNathan Harmon: http://bit.ly/2WGRbS7John Cena: https://www.instagram.com/johncena/Bobby Maximus: https://www.instagram.com/bobbymaximusJesse Itzler: https://bit.ly/2KW9sRA and special thanks to Tom Bilyeu for the interview: https://www.youtube.com/@UCnYMOamNKLGVlJgRUbamveAWilliam "King" Hollis: http://bit.ly/WillHollisYouTubeMarcus "Elevation" Taylor: http://bit.ly/38FUFoSLes Brown: https://lesbrown.com/Eric Thomas: http://etinspires.com/Gary Vaynerchuk: https://www.youtube.com/user/GaryVaynerchukCoach Pain: http://bit.ly/2LmRyeaDr. Jessica Houston: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClySMCzaIHuptsnzKSpq_KQWalter Bond: http://bit.ly/WalterBondMotivationChris Bosh: https://www.chrisbosh.com/Tony Robbins: https://www.tonyrobbins.com/Music:Really Slow Motion: http://bit.ly/1r3lPvNAudiomachineSecession Studios: https://www.youtube.com/@thesecessionTwelve Titans: https://www.twelvetitansmusic.com/Whitesand: https://whitesandcomposer.com/▶Subscribe for New Motivational Videos Every Week:http://bit.ly/MotivationVids▶DOWNLOAD our Top 100 Quotes of All Time:https://bit.ly/topquotesfreepdf▶JOIN our Newsletter for Exclusive Updates, Discounts, and Deals: https://bit.ly/Motiversitynewsletter▶READ our Weekly Blog -https://bit.ly/motiversityblog▶SHOP Official Motivational Canvases and Apparel -https://bit.ly/motiversityshop▶BECOME A MEMBER of our loyal community!https://bit.ly/motiversitymembers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chaque dimanche, retrouvez les meilleures blagues de vos Grosses Têtes préférées. Jean-Marie Bigard, Laurent Baffie ou encore Eric Thomas, découvrez dans ce podcast, 10 des meilleures blagues passées à l'antenne et racontées par les Grosses Têtes.
In this powerful sermon from APOC Ministry, Dr. Eric Thomas dives deep into the importance of studying the Word of God with purpose and applying it with passion. As Christians, it is not enough to simply read the scriptures or attend church services. We must study the Word with a clear purpose in mind, seeking to understand God's ideal plan for our lives. There are three key steps to unlock the power of faith. The first step is to study the Word of God to show ourselves approved. The second step is to apply the Word with passion. Lastly, He urges viewers to live out their faith by blessing others, giving generously, and embodying the fruits of the Spirit—love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Don't miss this inspiring message that will challenge you to deepen your relationship with God and live out your faith in a purposeful and passionate way. Visit A Place of Change Ministry's website to learn more and support their transformative work and subscribe to their channel for more life-changing content.
WIN The Morning, WIN THE DAY! Your morning determines your day! In this new motivational speech, Eric Thomas motivates and inspires in one of his best uplifting speeches yet. It's time for YOU to conquer your morning so you can conquer your day, your studies and your future!Speakers:Eric Thomas: https://www.youtube.com/user/etthehiphoppreacherMusic:AudiojungleReally Slow Motion: http://bit.ly/1r3lPvN►SUBSCRIBE for New Motivational Videos every Week!http://bit.ly/StudyMotivation▶DOWNLOAD our Free Top 7 Study Tips!https://bit.ly/m2sfreestudytips▶JOIN our Newsletter for Exclusive Updates, Discounts, and Student Deals:https://bit.ly/motivation2studynewsletter▶READ our Weekly Blog -https://bit.ly/motivation2studyblog▶SHOP Motivational Canvases and Apparel!https://bit.ly/motiversityshop▶BECOME A MEMBER of our loyal community!https://bit.ly/m2smembers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The competition for Senator Dianne Feinstein's replacement is highly competitive, with three Democratic members of Congress garnering significant support among likely voters. On the Republican side, six candidates are gaining momentum. However, there has been recent speculation about the potential candidacy of former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS insider Phil Matier and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown.
Teachers in Nevada are not on board with the Oakland A's move to Vegas with the newly-created "Schools Over Stadium" PAC announcing they'll be petitioning to repeal funding for the stadium, saying Nevada lawmakers have failed to consider putting money toward overcrowded classrooms in the state. This comes a few months after Governor Lombardo signed a bill into law setting aside 380 million dollars in public money for the ball park. For more Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
San Francisco is looking east to expand tourism numbers. A new billboard up in Times Square is the latest part of a new 6-million dollar worldwide ad campaign by San Francisco Travel, hoping to turn around the "doom loop" narrative. For more, Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
As debate continues about driverless cars on San Francisco streets, California lawmakers are talking with the auto industry about driverless trucks now, too. A new bill is advancing in the state legislature that would put limits on testing out driverless 18-wheelers, and would require a human to be inside the truck until at least 2031. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS insider Phil Matier.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Eric Thomas and Bridgette McAdoo about how to demystify corporate social activism. Eric Thomas leads the DE&I practice at Genesys. He is charged with developing global programs that deliver progressive diversity and foster an inclusive culture throughout the company. He focuses on programs that aid to attract, develop and promote talent that is representative of the communities the company serves. Eric encourages employees to bring their best selves to work every day. Prior to his current role, Eric served as vice president of Global Delivery, in Genesys Professional Services leading a team of more than 450 employees responsible for worldwide implementation services. Eric held multiple leadership roles at Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson where he drove employee resource groups focused on the unique challenges African Americans face in corporate settings. Eric co-founded and served on the board of three non-profit organizations that mentored young African American males in underserved cities. Bridgette McAdoo is the VP & Chief Sustainability Officer at Genesys. She is responsible for sustainability as a management approach that holistically optimizes Genesys' economic, social, and environmental impact. In her role leading sustainability, Bridgette drives stakeholder engagement, education, and the evolution of the sustainable strategy and programs across the company. Bridgette has over 20 years of experience in sustainability leadership roles across multiple sectors, including the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), where she most recently led corporate strategy and engagement for WWF's Freshwater and Food goals. She also worked as Global Director of Sustainability for KFC, where she headed all sustainability issues for the brand, internally within Yum! Brands and externally with various sustainability stakeholders, and operations roles that were part of NASA's Space Shuttle and Mars Rover programs. Further explore the topics discussed in this episode with the new HCIConsulting Chatbot: https://poe.com/HCIConsulting. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points.
We all experience setbacks—but it's important to remember that it's a learning process, and that some of your darkest moments can be a launching pad for greater revelations and things to come. Today, acclaimed author and speaker Eric Thomas shares how to embrace setbacks, stay in alignment with your values, and challenge yourself to take daily actions toward your goals. Sponsors and discounts: BetterHelp — use code PGISH for 10% off your first month Pique Teas — use code PGISH for 5% off and free shipping Show links: Watch the full clip. Learn more at ericthomas.com. As always, I'd love to hear from you! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on IG @pgishparenting, or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.
The labor market looks quite different today than it did even a few years ago, the rise of remote work and artificial intelligence are creating new challenges to the state of labor in California. In this new era of work, union memberships in the US are continuing to decline even as workers fight for better protections. For more, Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
Conquer yourself to succeed. Cut excuses, embrace discipline, grind relentlessly, and surpass expectations. The price for greatness is daily discipline. Spoken by Eric Thomas, Jocko Willink, Greg Plitt. You can see more of Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher, Jocko Willink at instagram.com/jockowillink, Greg Plitt at instagram.com/gregplitt. The music is Life is But a Dream by Factor Eight. You can see more of Factor Eight at factoreight.bandcamp.com.
With a captivating mix of personal experiences, biblical teachings, and motivational insights, Dr. Thomas inspires viewers to let go of what they have in their hands to receive what God has in store for them. Drawing from his own journey and the teachings of the Bible, Dr. Thomas emphasizes the importance of stepping out of our comfort zones and getting comfortable with being obedient to God. He highlights the fact that no matter how challenging or daunting our circumstances may seem, we can ask God to deliver us from any trap and turn our lives around. Throughout the video, Dr. Thomas provides practical advice on how to deepen our relationship with God and align ourselves with His divine plan. He addresses the notion of being a Christian and the importance of forgiveness, as well as the power of identifying ourselves as children of God. With his signature passion and authenticity, Dr. Thomas challenges viewers to evaluate their priorities and make God the center of their lives. He encourages leaders and believers alike to step up, let go of selfish ambitions, and embrace God's calling for their lives. If you're ready to unlock the power of obedience and discover God's blueprint for success, join Dr. Eric Thomas in this life-changing video. Get inspired, motivated, and equipped to take your faith and your life to a whole new level. Don't miss out on this transformative message!
On today's episode of the GaryVee Audio Experience, I'm sharing a conversation I had back in 2016 with critically acclaimed author and world-renowned speaker Eric Thomas. We discuss personal growth, the importance of execution over mere motivation, and the competitive mindset that drives us both. Eric opens up about his journey from struggle to success, and we both talk about what it means to build a speaking career. If you've ever felt like an underdog or wondered how to turn your dreams into reality, this episode is packed with insights and practical advice you won't want to miss. I hope you enjoy:) My website: www.garyvaynerchuk.comCheck out my contemporary entertainment company: veefriends.comTweet Me! @garyveeText Me! 212-931-5731My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter
A San Francisco official responsible for distributing community grants pled not guilty to felony charges of bribery and corruption in a superior court yesterday. Lanita Henriquez faces numerous felony charges, including bribery, misappropriation of public funds, and aiding and abetting a financial conflict of interest in a government contract. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Eric Thomas and Margie Shafer spoke with KCBS insider Phil Matier and former Mayor of San Francisco Willie Brown.
Almost a year after it's closure a new study shows that the Tenderloin center was successful in reversing 100% of overdoses they came across. The news comes after officials from the center reported significant obstacles and quote "strained relationships with city emergency response systems" For more KCBS Radio's Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier.
In the face of disbelief and challenges, find the inner voice that believes in you. Embrace positivity, endure pain, and strive relentlessly. Your determination shapes your destiny. Pain leads to success. Rise above, and proclaim to yourself, I can make it. Spoken by Eric Thomas, Les Brown. You can see more of Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher, Les Brown at instagram.com/thelesbrown. The music is See What I've Become by Zack Hemsey. You can see more of Zack Hemsey at facebook.com/zackhemseymusic.
TV writer, columnist, and author of the hilarious new collection Congratulations! The Best Is Over Now R. Eric Thomas joins Matt & Dave to talk about the challenges of maintaining a gay bag for frogs, waking up in Vegas with Katy Perry, ambivalence about aliens, the importance of Octavia Spencer, Britney and her Buzzballs, a literary friendship with Ann Patchett, strike life, Newsies, and the rules of writing about real people. Keep up with him at his newsletter: https://letter.rericthomas.com/
Dedication is key. Success isn't easy. Commit fully, embrace obsession. Ignore distractions, persist relentlessly. Routine drives achievement. Spoken by Eric Thomas, Jocko Willink, Greg Plitt, Brendon Burchard. You can see more of Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher, Jocko Willink at instagram.com/jockowillink, Greg Plitt at instagram.com/gregplitt, Brendon Burchard at twitter.com/BrendonBurchard. The music is Blackburn by 2WEI. You can see more of 2WEI at twitter.com/2weimusic.
Are you ready to face your giant and change everything? In this powerful video, Eric Thomas takes us on a journey through the story of David and Goliath, revealing the difference between being useful and being significant. He shares his own personal experience of going from being homeless and a high school dropout to becoming a voice for the world. Eric emphasizes that God has extraordinary plans for each of us, plans that go beyond our wildest dreams. But in order to tap into that destiny, we must be willing to face our giants. Are you willing to step out of your comfort zone and embrace the challenges that will lead you to a life of significance? Watch this video and discover how facing your giant can change everything. Don't miss out on the incredible future that awaits you on the other side of fear. Get ready to slay your giants and become the person God has called you to be. CHAPTERS: 00:00 - Introduction and discussion about Giants and David 00:09 - Good news and God's plans 00:19 - Personal story of being a high school dropout and homeless 00:32 - Transition to talking about wanting stability and relationships 00:46 - God's plan and the promise of a better future 01:00 - Personal story of getting a GED and finding a relationship with God 01:16 - Encouragement to trust in God's plans 01:43 - Desire for a GED and connection with others in Detroit 01:49 - God's plan for the speaker's life 02:10 - The challenge of stepping out of the comfort zone 02:26 - God's promise of transformation 03:09 - The importance of recognizing one's own worth and usefulness 03:43 - Story of David being chosen as king 04:21 - Recognition of God's love and favor 05:20 - Discussion of being useful and facing giants 07:25 - David's usefulness and his victory over Goliath 09:06 - The significance of being useful and serving a purpose 10:19 - David's appearance and anointing as king 11:28 - David's anointing and the recognition of his potential 12:25 - Encouragement to start small and face giants 14:33 - David's victory over Goliath and the recognition of his abilities 15:35 - David's actions after killing Goliath 17:02 - Saul's recognition of David's success and his high rank in the army 17:45 - The community's celebration of David's accomplishments 18:38 - Closing remarks and invitation to support the ministry
Christopher Nolan's new film Oppenheimer is about the man who's known as the father of the atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer. "Like it or not, we live in Oppenheimer's world and we always will," Nolan says.We also hear from humorist R. Eric Thomas. His new book of essays is called Congratulations, the Best Is Over! In it, Thomas explores what it's like to move back to his hometown of Baltimore as a middle-aged man. Later, Maureen Corrigan reviews the new novel by James McBride.
Playrwright and humorist R. Thomas' new book, Congratulations, the Best Is Over!, is about middle age, and what it was like to reluctantly return to his hometown of Baltimore as an adult — when both he and the city had changed. He spoke with Tonya Mosley about life transitions, church, and why he doesn't want to talk about The Wire. Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a new Blue Note box set by pianist Sonny Clark.