Vanessa Quigley is a renowned memory expert and mother of seven. In 2014, she co-founded Chatbooks to help families organize and enjoy their family stories. Vanessa's aha moment came when she found her youngest son clutching his most prized possession: a photo album his preschool teacher made for him. Once an avid scrapbooker, Vanessa knew there needed to be a better solution for her photos stuck on her phone. Now millions of parents have printed their family memories with the Chatbooks app. Vanessa was named Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017, authored DIY advice book Real Moms, Real Hacks, and hosts The MomForce Podcast. In 2021, Chatbooks was named the #1 place to work for women in the United States, by Fortune magazine. And… fun fact: Vanessa is Miss Utah 1994 and a professionally trained opera singer. In her downtime, you can find her in the mountains with her family, seeing the everyday magic. Listen in to hear Vanessa share: Her road to becoming a tech founder as a mom of 7 How her company Chatbooks was inspired by her experience in motherhood How women differ from men in leadership and why it's so critical for more of us to hold positions in leadership How can we make more space for women and moms in tech The massive struggle for childcare across our nation The importance of flexible work schedules for everyone What she wants the future of work to look like for moms How she has intentionally created a culture at Chatbooks and the importance of actual integration of values Her advice to moms who don't feel seen/heard in the workplace Links mentioned: Get the SMA Newsletter to learn about our January 2023 events: shamelessmom.com/newsletter Check out Chatbooks: Chatbooks.com Podcast: The Mom Force Podcast Vanessa on IG: @vanessaquigley Chatbooks on IG: @chatbooks Sponsor info and promo codes: Please find our sponsor information here: shamelessmom.com/sponsor/ Interested in becoming a sponsor of the Shameless Mom Academy? Email our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We've all been there…in a team where it feels like frustration and complaints are just part of the corporate DNA. But how do we stop the cycle and bring about positive change? This is a question our guest today has been working with, and offering solutions to, for decades. Rita Ernst owns Ignite Your Extraordinary, an organizational consulting practice emphasizing the convergence of happiness and productivity to create positive, committed, high-performing organizations. She holds an advanced degree in Organizational Psychology from Clemson University. Her first book, Show Up Positive, was released in June 2022. Make sure you listen through to the end for some helpful tips on how to navigate those family gathering triggers this holiday season. Links: Rita's website for her newsletter and book The Good Around Us insta --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stephanie-keally/message
Inspiring Singer/Songwriter Cinder Ernst came on today to share her heart warming wisdom, and the story of her new album that her community of friends and family rallied together to support her making. . To purchase Cinder's new record, visit https://cindershine.com/. All proceeds are going towards Cancer Can Rock. . To watch Cinder's recent live stream performance at Paupaiz Coffee - check out https://www.facebook.com/PaupaizCoffee/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/writesongsyoulove/message
Paul Brody is Global Blockchain Leader At Ernst & Young. In this interview, Paul explains why Ernst & Young is building a crypto business, and what role this big 4 accounting firm wants to play in the world of crypto. Paul Brody: https://twitter.com/pbrody ►► JOIN THE FREE WOLF DEN NEWSLETTER https://www.getrevue.co/profile/TheWolfDen GET UP TO A $8,000 BONUS IN USDT AND TRADE ALL SPOT PAIRS ON BITGET FOR ZERO FEES! ►► https://thewolfofallstreets.info/bitget Follow Scott Melker: Twitter: https://twitter.com/scottmelker Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wolfofallstreets Web: https://www.thewolfofallstreets.io Spotify: https://spoti.fi/30N5FDe Apple podcast: https://apple.co/3FASB2c #Bitcoin #Crypto #EY The views and opinions expressed here are solely my own and should in no way be interpreted as financial advice. This video was created for entertainment. Every investment and trading move involves risk. You should conduct your own research when making a decision. I am not a financial advisor. Nothing contained in this video constitutes or shall be construed as an offering of financial instruments or as investment advice or recommendations of an investment strategy or whether or not to "Buy," "Sell," or "Hold" an investment.
One way to feel more thankful for things is to imagine life without them. Our guest tries a practice for seeing the bright side, even when you feel down. Episode summary: We know that gratitude is good for us. But what can we do when we're struggling to actually feel thankful? Our guest this week is author and podcast producer Stephanie Foo. Foo built a network of close friends around her in California, where she grew up. As a survivor of child abuse and Complex PTSD, her friends in California became her chosen family. And since she's moved to New York City, she finds herself often pining for the Golden State and the people she loves there. This week, Foo tries a practice in mental subtraction, which gratitude researcher Ernst Bohlmeijer describes as an antidote to taking things for granted. Imagining her life if she didn't live in New York helps Foo tap into gratitude even in the depths of winter – when she misses California the most. She even discovers her particular skill in getting the benefits of this practice by leaning into one of her PTSD symptoms. Later in the show, Ernst Bohlmeijer breaks down how keeping a gratitude practice can alter the emotions you're likely to experience in a given day, and maybe even change you as a person. Practice: Take a moment to think about a positive event in your life. It could be a career or educational achievement or a special trip you took. Imagine yourself back in the time of this event. Think about the circumstances that made it possible. Ponder on the ways in which this event may never have happened and write them down. For example, if you hadn't learned about a certain job opening at the right moment. Imagine what your life would be like now if you had not experienced this positive event and all the fruits that came from it. Remind yourself that this positive event did happen and reflect upon the benefits it has brought you. Allow yourself to feel grateful that things happened as they did. Find the full Mental Subtraction of Positive Events practice at our Greater Good in Action website: https://ggia.berkeley.edu/practice/mental_subtraction_positive_events Today's guests: Stephanie Foo is a radio producer and author of the book What My Bones Know: A Memoir of Healing from Complex Trauma. Learn more about Stephanie and her book: https://www.stephaniefoo.me/ Follow Stephanie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/imontheradio Follow Stephanie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foofoofoo/ Follow Stephanie on Facebook: https://tinyurl.com/yx6pwdnf Ernst Bohlmeijer is a psychology professor who studies gratitude at the University of Twente in The Netherlands. Learn more about Ernst and his work: https://tinyurl.com/2p92p6vn Resources from The Greater Good Science Center: Four Great Gratitude Strategies: https://tinyurl.com/2p9buvkd Tips for Keeping a Gratitude Journal: https://tinyurl.com/3jdbe52u How to Increase the Love in Your Life: https://tinyurl.com/3k4ayj4n Why Cynicism Can Hold You Back: https://tinyurl.com/bd4ussjt More Resources for Mental Subtraction of Positive Events: New York Times - Five Ways to Exercise Your Thankfulness Muscles: https://tinyurl.com/t29ukucc NPR - A.J. Jacobs: How Can We Thank Those We Take for Granted?: https://tinyurl.com/56x48u99 TED - Your 5-day gratitude challenge: 5 exercises to increase your gratefulness: https://tinyurl.com/mt8j3x65 Tell us your thoughts about this episode. Email us at email@example.com or use the hashtag #happinesspod. Help us share The Science of Happiness! Leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or share this link with someone who might like the show: https://tinyurl.com/2p9h5aap
058 In this episode we're featuring our conversation with Ashley Ernst, the owner and publisher of Dulcimer Players News. DPN has been the quarterly magazine for mountain and hammered dulcimer players since 1975. With music from both hammered and mountain dulcimer musicians.
Introhive, the fastest-growing AI-powered sales platform is helping companies gain valuable insights about their clients and prospects. Introhive clients include some of the world's leading companies, such as PwC, Clark Nexsen, Ernst and Young, Grant Thornton, Wilson, Colliers International, and Plante Moran. Jody Glidden, Co-founder and CEO of Introhive, explore the Introhive story and plans for the future. Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be a guest on our podcast:https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/Visit our website:https://missionmatters.com/
Belinda Ernst is the Director of Larilha, a leadership coaching and consulting business.After more than ten years in senior leadership positions, Belinda decided to pursue her passion for leadership and establish her own business. Belinda spent more than 15 years working in Australian Federal and State Governments, building new teams and functions, managing through change, improving operational service delivery and more. She has always been in client facing roles and spent years travelling to small and medium sized businesses, uncovering unique insights and lessons on culture and leadership along the way. A mother to two young children, Belinda understands the challenges of juggling senior executive roles and carving out precious family time. Larilha offers leadership coaching and consultancy services to individuals and businesses. We take a no-nonsense, pragmatic approach but are able to strike the delicate balance between sensitivity and accountability.https://www.larilha.com.au/https://linkedin/com/belindaernsthttps://instagram.com/larilha_leadership
This week, we talk with Jake Ernst, also known as @mswjake on Instagram. He's a social worker, a Clinical Director, and co-host of the This is Not Therapy podcast. Today, we explore what it looks like working with men and boys, trends he's seeing with young people right now, and what it is like being a therapist on social media. Jake is such a warm and brilliant human. This is a fascinating conversation we think you will enjoy.Jake ErnstClinical Director of Straight Up Healthhttps://www.mswjake.com/@mswjake on InstagramThis is Not Therapy podcastAlison McClearywww.alpenglowcounselling.com@alpenglow_counselling on InstagramJordan Pickellwww.jordanpickellcounselling.ca@jordanpickellcounselling on InstagramEdge of the Couchwww.edgeofthecouch.com@edgeofthecouchpod on InstagramWe have partnered with Janeapp, an all-in-one practice management software. You can learn more at Jane.app/mentalhealth. Or, if you are ready to get started, mention Edge of the Couch in the note during sign up.
Episode 59 discusses Transformational Change, our Guest, is Julie Noonan, Founder/CEO of Julie Noonan Consulting who is based out of Orlando, Florida.Julie Noonan is an Executive Coach, Transformational Change Leader, speaker, consultant, and futurist. She has spent her career working with companies of all sizes helping people “ride the waves of change”. Julie's superpower is seeing the connections and patterns of behavior between people working in organizational systems and anticipating the ripple effects of leader actions. Julie's career has included leadership positions in training and development, change management, executive coaching, human capital strategy, and management consulting. She learned from some of the best thought leaders, in the leadership development and executive coaching disciplines, while working with First Union Bank (now Wells Fargo), Ernst & Young, Key Bank, and The North Highland Company. She also built a Change Management Office with supporting Change Methodology for the State of Tennessee. She actively advocates for small businesses and serves on the National Small Business Leadership Council, and is a member of the National Women Owned Business Association.The Business of Business, topics are divided into 4 Categories: Management, Operations, Sales, and Financial. Target Audience is Business Owners, C-Level Executives, Management, and anyone considering starting a business. Helping you run a successful profitable business.Contact me at: www.bcforg.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-fisher-72174413/
Qué son para ustedes el paraíso y el infierno? Cómo se los imaginan? Sabemos que estas respuestas son muy personales y diferentes para cada uno de nosotros, sobre todo hoy día, cuando podemos responder que no creemos ni en uno ni en otro. Sin embargo, las cosas eran muy diferentes en el lugar y la época de nuestra historia de hoy. Este episodio nos traslada a un momento histórico específico, la frontera entre la Edad Media y el Renacimiento, un tiempo cuando primaba la religión. En ese entonces, nadie dudaba que la vida había empezado en el Jardín del Edén. Tampoco cuestionaban la existencia de un infierno en donde irían a parar los pecadores, y aunque un gran número de artistas han representado estos dos temas, ninguno lo ha hecho como el inigualable pintor de quien les hablamos en esta ocasión : El Bosco. Bienvenidos al Jardín de las Delicias. Disfruten este episodio y recuerden visitar nuestra pagina web https://historiasdearte.com para mirar las imágenes y disfrutar el relato. También, igual que para todos los episodios, las imágenes están en nuestras redes sociales. BIBLIOGRAFIAGombrich, Ernst, “Bosch of Hertogenbosch” in The New York Review, February, 23, 1967 (acceso el 28 de septiembre, 2022), https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1967/02/23/bosch-of-hertogenbosch/Hickson, Sally, Dr. ”Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights," in Smarthistory, August 9, 2015, (acceso el 28 de septiembre, 2022) https://smarthistory.org/bosch-the-garden-of-earthly-delights/.Silva, Pilar, ‘El Bosco. Tríptico del Jardín de las delicias.' En: el Bosco. La exposición del V Centenario, Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, 2016, p.n.46 330-346, (acceso el 17 de septiembre, 2022), https://www.museodelprado.es/coleccion/obra-de-arte/triptico-del-jardin-de-las-delicias/02388242-6d6a-4e9e-a992-e1311eab3609Simon Mittman, Asa Dr. “Spotlight — Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, in Smarthistory , August, 31, 2019 (acceso el 17 de septiembre, 2022), https://smarthistory.org/garden-bosch/.https://english.elpais.com/elpais/2016/06/01/inenglish/1464784579_825393.html (acceso el 17 de septiembre, 2022).https://mymodernmet.com/es/jardin-de-las-delicias-bosco/ (acceso el 28 de septiembre, 2022).https://periergeia.org/en/deciphering-the-garden-of-earthly-delights-part-1-the-prelude-to-disaster/ (acceso el 17 de septiembre, 2022).Si te ha gustado este episodio, déjanos una estrella y un comentarios en apple podcast, si nos oyes en spotify marca la campanita y lo mas importante, recomiéndanos a un amigo.Las imágenes relacionadas con este y todos nuestros episodios las pueden encontrar en nuestra página web https://historiasdearte.com y en nuestras redes sociales:Instagram @historiasdearte.enpodcastFacebook Historias de Arte en Podcast Twitter @HistoriasdeArt1
Best Kept by Kat McCoy is a jewelry consultation and sourcing company that tries to take the anxiety out of the jewelry purchasing process. Chris Thomas talks with Kat about how Best Kept was created and how it operates as a concierge service. Areas covered include: -why her experience growing up in wealthy Greenwich, CT doesn't mean she unable to connect with a diverse collection of people -how she developed an interest in jewelry from her grandma and her grandma's sense of style -what it was like working at Ernst & Young immediately out of college -moving on to SocialCode creating partnerships with other technology companies -whether the influence of growing up in a family of entrepreneurs made her comfortable transitioning to starting a business as a solopreneur -working with the startup accelerator Tacklebox to get her jewelry business idea fully idealized through mentorship and group feedback, and what people on a budget can do to execute a business idea -the sometimes isolating nature of solopreneur work -how she acquired an in-depth knowledge about jewelry over time to help people find a gift for someone else or to build up their own jewelry collection -how she reacts when receiving a six-figure jewelry order…hint: it involves a lot of breakdancing (okay, maybe breakdancing is exaggerating a bit) -building a reputation where people trust you when doing business -why buying jewelry is often seen as so stressful and how her concierge service can help people from all sorts of backgrounds find a meaningful piece of jewelry -whether there is ever a truly “perfect” piece of jewelry and how jewelry can be seen as an investment -being a hands-on parent while simultaneously being a hands-on business person Interested in starting a business? Interested in learning about jewelry? Interested in addressing the work-life balance challenge? If the answer to all of these is no, get your head examined, because these are all Grade A topics! To learn more about Best Kept by Kat McCoy, visit https://www.bestkept.com/
Dr. Ernst and Dr. Demczar break down the issues with “healthy” - healthy food, healthy workouts, healthy lifestyles to reveal they are not a healthy thing to do and unveil a new definition for health - “FUNCTIONAL”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Patrick Thean is a thought leader in strategic business execution and a successful serial entrepreneur who has started and exited multiple companies. As Founder and CEO of Metasys, Inc., he grew Metasys to a ranking of 151 on the Inc. 500 list. He is best known for helping companies accelerate their growth by focusing on great execution. He is exceptional at getting executive teams and their departments focused, aligned, accountable, and executing as a team to achieve their company objectives. His clients experience breakthroughs using this approach and tools that result in drama-free, accelerated growth. These tools are also part of the curriculum for the Entrepreneur Organization's world-renowned Entrepreneurs Master's Program held at MIT, where Patrick served as Program Cochair for seven years. He also chairs a similar program in Malaysia: “Taipan: The Making of Asian Giants.” Currently a Cofounder and CEO of Rhythm Systems (formerly Gazelles Systems), Patrick is the creator of Rhythm Software. Patrick received his Masters of Engineering and Bachelors of Science in electrical engineering from Cornell University. He was named an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year for North Carolina in 1996. Topics During this interview Patrick and I discuss the following topics: How strong Mondays set the week for success How to setup your team achieve peak performance How to prepare yourself for the upcoming week How to establish a culture of the “gift of red” How to establish a “stop doing list” For the complete show notes be sure to check out our website: https://leaddontboss.com/242
»Cui Bono« geht in die zweite Staffel: »Wer hat Angst vorm Drachenlord?« erzählt in fünf Episoden die Geschichte des YouTubers Rainer Winkler, der sich »Drachenlord« nennt. Seit zehn Jahren veröffentlicht er Videos, präsentiert darin seine liebsten Metal-Bands, schmiert sich Stullen, spielt Videospiele. Von Anfang an mit dabei: eine immer größer werdende Gruppe von Hatern, Anti-Fans, die sich über ihn lustig machen. Doch aus ihrem Spaß wird schnell Ernst. Die Hater werden immer mehr, sie drangsalieren den Drachenlord, sie beschimpfen ihn und greifen ihn an. Erst nur digital. Dann auch ganz real, vor seinem Haus. Und Winkler? Er ist alles andere als ein stilles Opfer. Er wehrt sich, er wütet und überschreitet dabei manchmal Grenzen. Es entsteht eine Eskalationsspirale, die sich immer weiter nach oben schraubt, immer bedrohlicher und gewalttätiger wird – und den Fall »Drachenlord« zum größten Fall von Cybermobbing in Deutschland macht. Dieser Fall lässt unsere Gesellschaft an ihre Grenzen stoßen, er fordert Justiz, Polizei, Medien und unser Mitgefühl heraus. Und er hat mehr mit jedem von uns zu tun, als wir glauben… »Cui Bono: Wer hat Angst vorm Drachenlord?« – ab dem 17. November 2022. Auf dem neuen Streaming-Service RTL+ Musik mit den ersten vier Episoden auf einmal. Oder überall, wo es Podcasts gibt: wöchentlich, immer donnerstags.
Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 988 or 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline 1-877-565-8860 (for the transgender community) TrevorLifeline 1-866-488-7386 (for LGBTQ youth) Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1 Here is the latest from The Year Was, which is that thing I do every week. We are up to episode 194. This time we examine the year 1938 as the Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass starts the Holocaust. - Theme music by The Tim Kreitz Band https://www.youtube.com/c/TimKreitzAdventures/ https://www.reverbnation.com/timkreitz - iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-year-was/id1458174084 Podbean: https://theyearwas.podbean.com/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Qdd00m2NWvrViVIfAh6kA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCzWavt8mqXHsC_uRNpU3lQ - Sources: https://popculturemadness.com/PCM/2022/november-9-in-pop-culture-history/ https://www.britannica.com/event/Kristallnacht https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ernst-vom-Rath https://www.history.com/news/kristallnacht-started-when-this-diplomat-was-murdered-in-cold-blood https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/18/herschel-grynszpan-photo-mystery-jewish-assassin-kristallnacht-pogrom https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/kristallnacht https://www.britannica.com/biography/Reinhard-Heydrich https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fUGaQUDTQ8 - Photo: By Bundesarchiv, Bild 146-1970-083-42 / CC-BY-SA 3.0, CC BY-SA 3.0 de, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5418870
Jo is joined by Ernst and Young's (EY) Mobility Sector leader, Steve Patton. Jo and Steve start off by discussing EY's role in the EV space, and how they are incorporating machine learning into their analysis. Next, Steve provides three ways to incentivize the average American consumer to adopt EV's, some of the advantages to the existing legacy automakers, and managing the duality of growth as the transition is made from ICE vehicles to EV's. Lastly, Steve shares when he thinks we will hit the tipping point in the EV transition and will see more EV's on the road than ICE vehicles, and what the future of the traditional gas station will be. -----FOLLOW:InstagramTwitterFacebookWebsiteATTEND ELECTRIFY EXPO:Austin (Nov 11-13)PRODUCED BY:Lagos Creative
The Investor Relations Real Estate Podcast Episode 158 - This Is How You Build and Grow The Development MachineHost: Jonny Cattani Guest: William WalkerProducer: April MunsonJonny Cattani is joined by William Walker to discuss:Changes in the market Rezoning Strategy when developing multifamilyWilliam serves as a Managing Partner and leads pursuit efforts for the firm. William is a CPA in the state of TN and registered appraiser in GA. He has diverse experience in portfolio and single-asset valuation, transaction due diligence, valuation review, quality of earnings analysis, construction, and property management. Previously he worked for Ernst & Young as a consultant in their Transaction Real Estate Practice. While with EY, William performed portfolio and single-asset valuation for purchase price allocation under ASC 805, along with providing specialist assistance in the review and testing of real property valuations for financial reporting purposes. Additionally, he has acquired operational & management experience through his own residential portfolio in Nashville, TN. William's real estate, accounting, and auditing background provides unique experience and support during acquisition, and throughout the life of the investment. Linked material referenced during the show: Book: The Alchemist - Paulo Coelhohttps://www.amazon.com/Alchemist-Paulo-Coelho/dp/0062315005/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2KFXEESFTO0NN&keywords=the+alchemist+by+paulo+coelho&qid=1667953767&sprefix=The+alch%2Caps%2C108&sr=8-1 Connect with William! Website: www.4mrei.com Connect with Jonny!Cattani Capital Group: https://cattanicapitalgroup.com/Invest with us: firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-cattani-53159b179/Jonny's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonnycattani/IRR Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theirrpodcast/TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@jonnycattani?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCljEz4pq_paQ9keABhJzt0AFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.cattani.1
In this episode of Medsider Radio, we sat down with Jennifer Ernst, CEO of Tivic Health.Jennifer came to the medtech space after more than 20 years in the computing and electronics industries, serving in high-profile roles at Xerox PARC and Thin Film Electronics. In 2016, Jennifer founded direct-to-consumer medtech company Tivic Health and helped lead the development and commercialization of the company's flagship device ClearUP.In this interview, Jennifer shares how consumers can play a key role in boosting support and evidence for over-the-counter medical devices, and why she thinks direct-to-consumer business models will transform the medtech space.Before we jump into the conversation, I wanted to mention a few things:If you're into learning from proven medtech and healthtech leaders, and want to know when new content and interviews go live, head over to Medsider.com and sign up for our free newsletter. You'll get access to gated articles, and lots of other interesting healthcare content.Second, if you want even more inside info from proven experts, think about a Medsider premium membership. We talk to experienced healthcare leaders about the nuts and bolts of running a business and bringing products to market.This is your place for valuable knowledge on specific topics like seed funding, prototyping, insurance reimbursement, and positioning a medtech startup for an exit.In addition to the entire back catalog of Medsider interviews over the past decade, premium members get a copy of every volume of Medsider Mentors at no additional cost. If you're interested, go to medsider.com/subscribe to learn more.Lastly, here's the link to the full interview with Jennifer if you'd rather read it instead.
On today's episode of The Edge of Excellence, Matt chats with Nevena Milosevic, Program Manager at Care Continuity. Nevena started off her career out of college working as a healthcare consultant, focusing particularly on the member service experience and advocating on patients' behalf within the healthcare system. After working in a direct member services role, she wanted to shift gears and move in the direction healthcare was moving, working in the field of healthcare technology while still supporting patients and hospitals. Her current company works to bring technology and people together while supporting overwhelmed hospitals and physicians to keep patient care streamlined and satisfactory. Nevena will discuss her definition of excellence. You'll understand that once you realize your potential, you can achieve anything that you desire. She will talk about her healthcare consulting profession, including her first job working with Ernst & Young (EY) and Walgreens. You'll discover what it takes to be successful in healthcare consulting regardless of your degree. Most people believe that healthcare is solely clinical; however, in the United States, administration currently accounts for more than 40% of healthcare profit. She will talk about her ambitions to build a career, not a job, and finding her path throughout college. You'll discover where the majority of people gain their career exposure. She'll also discuss her College Works experience and the opportunities it provided as one of the year's district managers. You'll learn how College Works functions as a friend screening program. She will also highlight several entry-level consulting roles as well as her day-to-day operations in her management capacity. You'll understand why it's better to start working for a large firm after college rather than a start-up. She'll explain why she was drawn to Care Continuity.Join Matt and Nevena as they dive into a fascinating conversation about realizing your potential, building relationships in your career, and healthcare consulting. Enjoy! What You Will Learn In This Show:Nevena's definition of excellence.The college majors that can lead to a career in health care consultingWhy has she always been drawn to health and wellness?The importance of building relationships in your careerHow she got started in healthcare consulting.Nevena's most important takeaways from College Works.Nevena's message to herself And so much more...
Rich Russakoff is an internationally acclaimed business coach, speaker, author, and serial entrepreneur. His coaching successes include 7 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards and over 100 winners of the INC. 5000 award. Rich was a featured speaker for INC Magazine Conferences, the Fortune Growth Summit, and over 100 other entrepreneurial conferences and workshops throughout the world. He has also been a member of faculty on the Entrepreneurial Masters Program at MIT for the past 20 years. He is an Amazon #1 Bestseller with the recent publication of his third book, 'People, Time & Money: Volume 2.' For the full show notes and transcription checkout: https://www.superpowers.school/ Watch episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/paddydhanda/ ★ BUY ME KO-FI ★ If you enjoy the podcast, then you can donate a small amount here as a token of your appreciation: https://ko-fi.com/paddydhanda Contact Paddy at: pardeep_dhanda (at) hotmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superpowers-school/message
Lisa Ernst is a meditation teacher, artist, and founder of One Dharma Nashville. She has maintained a committed meditation practice for 30 years in the Zen and Vipassana traditions. Lisa received full teaching authorization in the Thai Forest/Spirit Rock lineage of Ajahn Chah, Jack Kornfield, and Trudy Goodman. She offers private meditation training, classes, and workshops, and she leads meditation retreats nationally. She is a visiting teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. lisaernstmeditation.com
Welcome to a fresh, shiny week in Retail Auto as we talk about the growing promise of the role of hydrogen as an alternative fuel. We also talk about the progress that has been made in the partnership between Amazon and Rivian, as well as new tech-enabled variable pricing at restaurants. We've expressed our optimism about hydrogen many times on this show and our friends at AN released a great article on the history and promise of this alternative fuel source over the weekend as companies and experts weigh in on the broad investment in the technology and a blended approach to the replacement of fossil fuels"It's finally happening," said Matt Thorington, engineering manager of fuel cells for global supplier Bosch, which said this year it will invest as much as $591 million in hydrogen production technology by the end of the decade."There are things that don't work well with batteries," said Kristin Ringland, a global mobility analyst at Ernst & Young.Amazon's fleet of Rivians EV delivery trucks have hit the milestone of 5 million packages delivered as there are now over 1,000 of the vans making deliveries on a regular basisAmazons full fleet consists of about 30,000 vansStarting in July, the EDVs first rolled out in Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Nashville, San Diego, and Seattle. Since then, they've been put into service in a bunch of new cities, including Austin, Boston, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Madison, Newark, New York, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Portland, Provo, and Salt Lake City.The program was announced in 2019 w the goal of purchasing 100k vans and having them on the road by 2024 but that has been adjusted to the year 2030 citing supply chain blah blah blahRestaurants are considering taking a page out of the Dealer and Airline playbook by trying their hand at ‘dynamic pricing' due to the mass adoption of online ordering and digital menu systems.This could include lowering prices during slow times to maximize staff, etc, and raising prices during peak demand times to maximize profits“The low-hanging fruit here is to use all of that data to figure out, when things are busy, how can I make more money from that?” Ashwin Kamlani, co-founder of Juicer, told Food On Demand. “If I own a pizzeria and I'm on a college campus and have a line out the door at 1 AM because all the kids have been out partying, are they really going to care that the pizza's now $11 instead of 10? Probably not, but that's 10 percent more I can make on every pizza and that's a big deal.”Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email Share your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivity ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
As the President of Eminent Future, a digital product and innovation company focused on creating societal change, Isaac Barnes has won federal contracts valued at over $13B with the Pentagon, White House, and Department of State. In his career, he developed multiple large-scale federal websites for the Pentagon and won multiple industry awards. Isaac worked under both the Obama and Trump presidential administrations and led development teams that produced exceptional applications that were and still are used by White House staff members to date. Isaac has dedicated his life to serving others, whether it be through leadership or entrepreneurship. He served honorably in the Marine Corps before helping a Vietnam Vet grow his defense contracting company from $3-17 MM in revenue. As an entrepreneur himself, Isaac designs growth opportunities both internally within organizations but also externally between them by bridging gaps. Isaac is also the co-creator of xMooney, one of the first and fastest growing Black/Brown-owned crypto-currency tokens in the world. He has worked with many organizations, including Amazon and the Consumer Technology Association, to promote Northern Virginia as an attractive place for technology companies looking to set up shop in the region's emerging tech economy. As an ambassador for Crystal City, his work helped Amazon raise $40 million, so they could build their HQ2 there.Cleophus Thomas is a Vice President and Director of Operation for Jacobs' Global Digital Center of Excellence. He manages operational priorities to ensure the successful integration of innovations in support of Jacobs' global mission. Before joining Jacobs, Cleo spent 2 1/2 years as a Senior Manager for the Defense and National Security (DNS) market segment at Ernst and Young (EY). He led the Cyber team and managed a multi-million-dollar pipeline. Cleo served for 25 years in the United States Army and retired with the rank of Colonel. He served as a Communications Officer, focusing primarily on Cybersecurity. Cleo's experience included leading and managing several cyber defense and Information Technology organizations at the highest level of the Department of Defense and the White House. As the Chief Information Officer/Commander of the White House Communications Agency, Cleo provided communications support to the President of the United States and the White House Staff. Cleo's team defended global networks in support of the President, Vice President, National Security Staff, Secret Service, and Senior Executive Staff resulting in zero cyber intrusions and zero loss of Presidential data. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Tuskegee University, majoring in Electrical Engineering. Cleo was also an ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate and assigned as a Regular Army Officer in the Signal Corps. He received a master's degree in Administrative Management from Central Michigan University in 2003. In 2013, he was awarded a Master's of National Strategy Degree with a concentration in Cyber Security from the National Defense University, Dwight D. Eisenhower School of National Security and Resource Strategy (DOD WAR College), Fort McNair, Washington, DC.
Peter founded one of the largest wellness brands in the world with over 6,000 franchises or licenses across 3 brands in 28 countries- LIFT Brands. He's the 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Peter is also a Forbes Master Class instructor at the Forbes School Knowledge Innovation Center. Peter's business accomplishments have been […] The post How to Grow 6000 Franchises with Peter Taunton – Chiro Hustle Podcast 402 appeared first on Chiro Hustle.
Guest Scott Ernst is an entrepreneur who's been at the intersection of market research, commerce and technology for three decades. He was building startups on Newbury Street in Boston long before this recent wave of VCs and startups began moving into the Back Bay area. After stints at multiple startups in the 1990s, Ernst was a founding management team member of Compete in the 2000s and helped the company grow to a $100 million revenue business resulting in the 2008 acquisition by MIllward Brown Digital/WPP's Kantar. In June 2022, he made headlines for his appointment as CEO of Boston-based Drift, a marketing technology trailblazer best known for single-handedly introducing conversational marketing to the market. Ernst joined his friend, company co-founder and long-time CEO, David Cancel, who stepped into the role of Executive Chairman. Ernst most recently served as CEO of Tubular Labs, a social video analytics company headquartered in San Francisco. Prior to that, he was the CEO of Macromill, a Tokyo-based global marketing research business, which he took through an IPO with an enterprise value of over $1 billion. In this episode, Ernst discusses the future of Drift, OG Boston tech, his time in Japan, taking a company from early stage to IPO, how San Francisco and Boston compare, the future of marketing and much more.
In this episode of the Shift with CJ podcast, we will be having Steven Izen, the CEO and founder of ELEMENTS of Balance and Lokai as our guest. Steven is a member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation's national board. He has been a serial entrepreneur for more than ten years and has maintained a low profile. He received a Cum Laude from Cornell University in 2013, was selected to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List for Retail and Ecommerce in 2017 and was a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in 2016. In this episode, Steven will discuss his game-changing routines for finding fulfillment in work, relationships, and life as well as how to establish stability as a business owner, parent, athlete, and husband. Why sharing resources and services is essential to living a happy life and much more. Steven and CJ talk about his early years and sources of inspiration, the impact his grandfather's diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease had on his venture into entrepreneurship, and how to maintain humility in the face of success and hope in the face of failure.Use our Discount code!Podcast15 - which can be used on Lokai.com and ElementsofBalance.io for 15% off.
Do you want to live a blissfully balanced life?In this episode of the Happy Hustle Podcast, I'm excited to chat with my man, Randy Garn, New York Times Best-Selling Author. Randy shares how you can master the art of living, entrepreneurship, and high performance.Randy is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and Partner at High-Performance Institute. He works closely with and advises some of the world's most recognized CEOs, companies, thought leaders, and experts.He is an Operating Partner at Tamarak and spends countless hours helping build durable and purposeful companies. He has mastered the art of customer acquisition, marketing, sales, and how it relates to the overall lifetime customer experience.Randy has been awarded Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young and Top 40 Under 40 Entrepreneur. He is an alumnus of Brigham Young University as well as a graduate of the Owner President Management Program and an alumnus of Harvard University.In his free time, he's outdoors fly fishing or golfing and spending time with his wife Charlotte, their four beautiful daughters, and two rowdy boys!If you want to elevate your business, reach out to Randy and his team at www.randygarn.com In this episode, we cover: [00:03:38:26] Mastering The Art of Living[00:08:58:27] Make Sure Your Mission is Aligned to Your Happiness[00:10:29:10] The Law Of Reciprocity [00:12:55:02] You Never Know Who is Your Map to Your Treasure [00:03:56:18] 6 Performing Habits[00:33:20:22] Happy Hustle Hacks [Health, Money, Entrepreneurship, Spirituality][00:40:06:07] Rapid fire questions What does Happy Hustlin mean to you? Randy says Happy Hustlin means being anxiously engaged in good work. I'm anxiously engaged in doing good. I'm anxiously engaged every single day I'm not lazy, I'm not content, I'm not you know, I'm making this world a better place and I'm hustlin to do it to drive both my happiness and others. Connect with Randyhttps://www.instagram.com/randygarn/https://www.facebook.com/randy.garn.1https://www.linkedin.com/in/randygarn/https://twitter.com/randygarn?lang=en Find Randy on this website: https://www.randygarn.com/ Connect with Cary!https://www.instagram.com/cary__jack/https://www.facebook.com/SirCaryJackhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cary-jack-kendzior/https://twitter.com/thehappyhustlehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFDNsD59tLxv2JfEuSsNMOQ/featured Get a free copy of his new book, The Happy Hustle, 10 Alignments to Avoid Burnout & Achieve Blissful Balance https://www.thehappyhustlebook.com/ Sign up for The Journey: 10 Days To Become a Happy Hustler Online Course http://www.thehappyhustle.com/JourneyApply to the Montana Mastermind Epic Camping Adventure https://caryjack.com/montana “It's time to Happy Hustle, a blissfully balanced life you love, full of passion, purpose, and positive impact!” Episode Sponsor You probably all have heard about the superpowers of mushroom extracts and collagen. So guess what!? The product I want to share with you today contains the most hyper-concentrated forms of 4 of the best health-boosting mushrooms: lion's mane, chaga, cordyceps and reishi, collagen and Peruvian cacao. This magic in a jar is called CollaGenius! When you combine the cultivating powers of the 4 mushrooms mentioned above, with the various benefits of collagen, it is truly the most effective way to energize your brain and body. It is genius! It is delicious! It is effective!As soon as I tried this product I became a super fan of it and I was just blown away by the immediate results! I felt focused, my mind was clear, and it just doubled my mental performance. It became my go-to routine for a productivity boost, immune support, and even glowing and healthy skin! So if you struggle with brain fog, have difficulty focusing, and want to repair your brain in a most natural way. Do not wait and check this product out. It's for sure the hottest mushroom and collagen product on the market which you must try!It was just launched but I believe that it will be sold out soon, so do not wait and check it out onwww.nootopia.com/happygenius and use promo code happy10 during checkout to save 10 percent.
It's MLS Cup week and we're taking a look at how LAFC and Philadelphia Union got to this moment. First up: David Gass is joined by Kevin Kinkead for a #DOOP deep dive. What led the Union from their first Playoff win in 2019 to being one of the top teams in MLS? It's all right here!
The podcast begins with both guests introducing themselves and providing more information about EDJX before diving into mesh computing and serverless IoT. They then talk about serverless at the edge and their companies' offerings. The conversation then moves more high-level with discussion around challenges in development, the biggest drivers of growth, the evolution of serverless IoT, and advice for how developers can approach the onboarding process.Benjamin Thomas is the CEO of EDJX, the intelligent edge OS and computing platform that makes it easy to write, deploy, and execute IoT and other applications using serverless computing and an edge mesh network of micro-compute and storage nodes to minimize latency, eliminate expensive backhauling of data, accelerate content delivery, and rapidly deploy IoT sensors at the far edge. His diverse technology and business experience includes being an industry disrupter in the travel and veterinary services industry. In previous ventures, he managed large-scale offshore development teams, overseeing the development of over 100 software applications. Benjamin grew a chain of veterinary practices to $42 million in revenue and 450 employees through 28 acquisitions in 7 states. Benjamin was a nominee for Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year award. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering with Honors from Tulane University and an MS in Management from Stanford University.Delano Seymour is a visionary founder, pioneer, and disruptive innovator, with several technology patents to date. He is the former founder and President of a high revenue-generating Managed Services company headquartered in the Caribbean. Delano is also a global technology speaker at prestigious industry forums such as Cloud Expo Container & Microservices Summit, Red Hat Summit, and OpenShift Commons Briefings.EDJX is an intelligent Edge OS and computing platform that makes it easy to write, deploy and execute applications using serverless computing to increase responsiveness and security. EDJX's edge mesh network of micro-compute and storage nodes minimizes latency, eliminates expensive backhauling of data, accelerates content delivery, and rapidly deploys IoT sensors at the far edge. EDJX helps businesses handle the explosive demand for data processing to serve real-world edge computing applications, including industrial IoT, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and robotics. EDJX is a privately held company based in Raleigh, NC.
This week, on the Fitness + Technology podcast, host Bryan O'Rourke welcomes Ernst De Neef. Ernst is the Co-Founder & CEO of Funxtion, an Amsterdam-based B2B SaaS digital fitness content platform company that empowers gym operators around the world with the ability to personalize and distribute digital fitness experiences to their members at scale. Today, Ernst joins Bryan in a conversation on Funxtion's operation and his insights on how to help businesses optimize their offerings. If you are interested in applying for our 2022 Innovation Award, please visit: http://www.fittechcouncil.org/fitc-innovation-award-2022 One Powerful Quote: 10:23: “Problems cannot be solved on the same level of awareness that created them.” 4-10 Bullet Points (w/ timestamps) - Highlighting key topics discussed: 4:13: Bryan opens the show by inquiring with Ernst on his theory behind leading fitness technology innovation in the Netherlands. 6:59: Bryan asks Ernst to share why he started Funxtion. 12:25: Bryan and Ernst talk about the new evolution as a result of Funxtion's technology. 17:30: Bryan follows up with Ernst about some of the dynamics that operators need. 21:50: Ernst shares his pearls of wisdom to the listeners. 25:20: Ernst highlights the trends he sees will happen in the next 5 years. 27:22: Bryan wraps up the show with Ernst imparting his final words. Bullet List of Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ernst-de-neef-312a251/ https://funxtion.com Guest Contact Information: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ernst-de-neef-312a251/ https://www.bryankorourke.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryankorourke/ http://www.fittechcouncil.org/ https://www.youtube.com/user/bko61163
On this episode of the DefAero Report Daily Podcast, sponsored by Bell, Eric Fanning, the president and CEO of the Aerospace Industries Association, discusses the annual workforce study the trade body the organization develops with the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics and the Ernst & Young consultancy — “How do you reshape today's workforce and attract tomorrow's talent?” — the impact of the CHIPS Act on developing future talent, the impact of inflation and supply chains on defense and aerospace manufacturing, the defense budget outlook as mid-term elections loom, the importance of congressional action on research and development tax credits that spur innovation, and more with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.
Welcome to Episode 1141 in which Steve Raye interviews Michael Votto, in this installment of Get US Market Ready With Italian Wine People, on the Italian Wine Podcast. About today's guest: Mike is an attorney and entrepreneur from New Haven County, Connecticut. He grew up in a large Italian-American family that was a big part of the motivation to launch of Votto Vines in 2009. He co-founded the business with four family members as a family passion project after visiting a winery in Tuscany that did not export to the US. Votto Vines has grown rapidly since its founding, having been featured in Forbes, Wine Enthusiast, Inc. Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine. The diverse professional backgrounds of the founders has been instrumental in the development of its unique business model. Prior to transitioning to a full-time role at Votto Vines, Mike spent more than ten years practicing commercial real estate and corporate law at two American Lawyer Top 100 law firms, Goodwin Procter in Boston and Schulte Roth & Zabel in New York City, and later served as Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of an asset management firm with greater than $25B in assets under management. Mike earned a bachelor's degree cum laude in European History at Union College where he was a member of the varsity basketball team. Mike also studied abroad in Florence, Italy during his undergraduate studies. He earned a law degree magna cum laude from Syracuse University, which he attended on a full scholarship as a graduate assistant for the Syracuse football program. Subsequent to law school graduation, Mike completed Wine Studies II coursework at the Boston University Elizabeth Bishop Wine Resource Center. Mike is currently enrolled at Columbia Business School in its Venture Capital and Private Equity Program. Mike has previously been featured in Forbes and named one of the top middle market CEOs in America by Axial. In 2019, Mike was a semi-finalist for the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. He currently resides in Connecticut with his wife and children. To learn more visit: Company Website: www.vottovines.com Personal Website: www.michaelvotto.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vottovines Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-votto-26218a12/ More about the host Steve Raye: Steve Raye of Bevology Inc originally joined our weekly lineup with narrations from his book “How to get US Market Ready” - but everyone just loved him so much, we brought him back with this series of interviews that informs and inspires! Each week he speaks to industry professionals; guests who have gained valuable experience in the Italian wine sector and have insightful tips and stories that can help anyone who wants to learn about getting US Market Ready! To learn more visit: Website: www.bevologyinc.com/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
‘It's not what you know, it's who you know.' We've all heard that cliché phrase, but any successful person will preach the importance of a strong network. Building relationships is vital to your personal and professional growth, and there are certain steps you can take to make yourself more likable in order to make those connections. Michelle Tillis Lederman CPA, MBA, PCC, was named one of Forbes' Top 25 Networking Experts and is the founder and CEO of Executive Essentials, a training company that provides customized communications, leadership coaching, and training programs. In this episode, Hala and Michelle dive into what makes somebody likable and how that differs from person to person. Michelle explains the dangers of networking for need and how we can approach networking more personally to build more meaningful long-lasting connections. They also discuss the laws of likability, the three types of listening, and the different levels of connectors. Topics Include: - Michelle's early desire to become a teacher - Pivoting from finance to teaching - Defining likability - Relationship networking - The problem with networking for need - What does it mean to be disliked? - Laws of likability - Discovering authenticity - Staying authentic while adjusting your energy - Figuring out what is likable about you - It's not about you - it's about the relationship - The three types of listening - Verbal, vocal, and visual community - Minimizing language - Mood memory - The value of referrals - Different levels of connectors - And other topics… Michelle Tillis Lederman is a top networking expert and author. Her clients include government officials, scholars, and Fortune 500 companies, like Madison Square Garden, Citi, Johnson & Johnson, and Ernst & Young. Michelle is a firm believer in the power of relationships and has dedicated her career to teaching people how to communicate with confidence, clarity, and connection. She has delivered seminars internationally for fortune 500 companies, universities, high schools, and nonprofit organizations. She has written multiple books on likability and networking, including The Connector's Advantage and The 11 Laws of Likability. Resources Mentioned: Michelle's Connector Quiz: https://michelletillislederman.com/connector-quiz/ Michelle's Books: https://michelletillislederman.com/books/ Michelle's Website: https://michelletillislederman.com/ Michelle's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/communicationexpertspeaker/ Michelle's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mtlederman Michelle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtlederman/ Michelle's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichelleTillisLederman Michelle's Blog: https://michelletillislederman.com/blog/ Jim Kwik: From Broken Brain to Kwik Brain - Learn Faster and Improve Your Memory | E190: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/young-and-profiting-with-hala-taha/id1368888880?i=1000581371922 Sponsored By: JustWorks - Take a look at Justworks' transparent pricing by visiting justworks.com/pricing Lands End - Go to business.LandsEnd.com/YAP and use promo code YAP for 25% off your first product. Indeed - Visit Indeed.com/YAP to start hiring now. Shopify - Sign up for a free trial at shopify.com/profiting Swag.com - Go to swag.com/yap and get 10% off your order The Jordan Harbinger Show - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations Connect with Young and Profiting: Hala's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Hala's Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yapwithhala/ Hala's Twitter: https://twitter.com/yapwithhala Website: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/ Text Hala: https://youngandprofiting.co/TextHala or text “YAP” to 28046 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arnie Malham is an award-winning CEO/founder, 8-figure entrepreneur and best-selling author who helps progressive leaders create engaging and sustainable cultures within their organizations. With more than 20 years as a successful entrepreneur, Arnie has founded and sold multiple businesses, including his most recent sale of a prominent advertising firm producing more than $60M in annual revenue. Through employing thousands of team members across three different companies, he has implemented simple, yet effective methods to create remarkable and sustainable cultures. Arnie is an international speaker who has spoken to more than 10,000 executives, CEOs, and entrepreneurs worldwide on the topic of culture and team member engagement, and has also been featured in leading media such as CBS and Forbes. Arnie was awarded Most Admired CEO, ranked in Nashville's Best Places to Work, and was an Ernst and Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” finalist. Today, Arnie is the founder and CEO of BetterBookClub where he helps companies, leaders, and individuals build a strong culture that both attracts the best people and rewards those who seek personal growth within the organization. From Arnie:“It often takes me years to do things wrong enough to finally get them right. This includes building businesses, speaking to leaders, and raising kids (tbd). My current start up stage business (BetterBookClub) is following that same path (Wrong - Better - Right). The journey continues…” Follow Arnie:https://www.worthdoingwrong.com/https://betterbookclub.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/arniemalham/ ****SUBSCRIBE/RATE/FOLLOW What's Your Problem? PODCAST:www.whatsyourproblempodcast.comwww.instagram.com/whatsyourproblempodwww.instagram.com/jimmccarthyvosTiktok: @jimmccarthyvos Random 5 sponsored by IT'S YOUR SHOW.CO!www.itsyourshow.co You know you have a lot to share with the world, but how? What's your source? At It's Your Show.co, your source is a podcast that we help you create to ultimately extract micro-content for your brand! With our 20+ years of experience in podcast, video and radio production, we can churn out a bunch of content for your social platforms...from just one episode! Get started today:www.itsyourshow.co Talking about the real problems (and possible solutions) of everyday business owners and professionals in and around Middle Tennessee and beyond...this is the What's Your Problem Podcast! WYP Intro VO: @johndavidwells #podcasts #podcast #podcasting #tennessee #nashville #podcastproduction #sales #selling #business #marketing #radio #production #voiceover #vo #fitness #bni #networking #nft #nonfungibletokens #crypto #cryptocurrency #applepodcasts #businesscoach #businessideas #businesslife #businesspassion #businesstips #countrymusic #entrepreneurlife #entrepreneurship #marketing #mindset #nashvegas #nashville #nashvillelife #nashvillemusic #nashvillescene #nashvilletennessee #nashvilletn #newpodcast #podcastaddict #podcasters #podcastersofinstagram #podcastlife #podcastlove #podcasts #podcastshow #tennessee #bradlea #therealbradlea #droppingbombspodcast #droppingbombs #lightspeedvt #virtualtraining #grantcardone #garyvaynerchuk
“I want people to have a dignified retirement!” That is the heart of John McGuire and in this episode he breaks down how ESOP's can help small businesses with employee engagement, succession, tax savings and a host of other things that keep business owners up at night.The episode is packed with useful information that all business owners should have. Here are some links to resources mentioned in the episode, but by far the most important is John's contact information.John McGuire LinkedIn profile The Main Street Employee Ownership Act summary The ESOP AssociationThe National Center for Employee Ownership Contribution of S ESOPs to participants' retirement security and employee-owner benefits Ernst and Young report
When discussing entrepreneurialism and venture capital, sometimes the conversation can be greatly beneficial when it's opened to beyond just two people. On episode 196 of the DealQuest Podcast, Corey does just that – he's opened the conversation to include two successful and talented entrepreneurs- Brad Feld and Matt Blumberg. They discuss the many intricate details of entrepreneurialism, venture capital, starting and running a company, and so much more. BRAD FELD Brad Feld got his entrepreneurial start in college when he founded his first company, Feld Technologies. This has allotted Brad over 35 years of entrepreneurial experience, which has been greatly beneficial to his co-founding of the company Techstars. Not only that, but working in tandem with his wife, Amy Batchelor, they run the Anchor Point Foundation. Not only is Brad actively engaged with entrepreneurialism, but he's also written several books on entrepreneurship and venture capital, as well as began blogging in 2004 on these topics. At present, you can find him on Twitter, sharing his knowledge in the niche corner of “VC Twitter”. “VC Twitter” – aka Venture Capital Twitter – is a community of people who utilize the social media platform's tools and broad communication to discuss venture capital, and come together to exchange education, knowledge, and resources. MATT BLUMBERG Like Brad, Matt Blumberg is a long-time, successful entrepreneur, author, and business owner. Unlike Brad, Matt's expertise is being a technology entrepreneur. Brad is also the CEO of Bolster, an on-demand executive talent marketplace, designed to help accelerate companies' growth. They focus on this growth by connecting companies with highly vetted executives for the interim, fractional, advisory, project-based, or board roles. Matt's experience spans back over 30 years in marketing, consulting, and venture capital. Having built, founded or chaired several successful businesses to date, including PathForward.org, Oblong Inc., and Return Path Inc. Matt's success in entrepreneurialism doesn't just stop at his personal achievements in business, but also his knowledge and skill in business has been recognized by Business Insider as one of New York's 100 most influential technology leaders, by Crain's as one of New York's Top Entrepreneurs, and by Ernst & Young as an Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. THE PROGRESSION OF BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS Brad has been in the business of entrepreneurialism since the mid-80s, a lot has changed. When selling his first business, Brad was taken under the wing of two successful dealmakers of their time, who taught him some of the base tenements of deal-making. Their style of deal-making fell out of favor with the advent of the digital age – wherein things can become quite impersonal – but Brad prefers to keep it a bit “old school”. Simply meaning, he believes in keeping deal-making as a relationship – personal, and beneficial to both parties. Focus on building the relationship and an understanding – AKA: a “handshake agreement” – before putting things down on paper. Focus on the things that matter in the context of making a deal, versus all the minutiae that can convolute and distract from making a successful deal. Be simple and straight-forward about what you want to achieve in the deal, and what matters most to you. During the infancy of the internet, Matt was on the executive team for a then-small cap public company, Moviefone. Matt was alongside the CEO and CFO during the dealmaking process of selling Moviefone to AOL. He, too, attests to the importance of focusing on the relationship between professionals throughout the entire deal-making process. Ironically, the sale of Moviefone began over a handshake in a movie theater during the premiere of You've Got Mail. Matt spent 20 years building the company, Return Path Inc., with Brad spending 19 years on the board. Return Path Inc. was sold in 2019, however a potential deal two years prior almost came to fruition. Matt asserts that the former deal failed, and the 2019 deal was successful, ultimately because he knew the CEO of the eventual buyer, and he did not have a relationship with the earlier bidder. Thus, corroborating the importance of having a growing relationship between dealmakers throughout the deal-making process. INVESTING FOR ORGANIC GROWTH Brad began to develop his serial entrepreneurial skills by getting in on the ground floor of new-age seed investments by quickening his pace, and investing in a new company each month, something almost entirely unheard of in the mid-90s at the beginning of the commercial internet, wherein most seed-investors played a slow and steady game with their investments. With the birth of the internet-age in the mid- to late-90s, new businesses in tech began to spring up like weeds, and Brad took this newly flourishing market to begin making angel investments. He used virtually 100% of the profits he made from selling his first company to make a series of angel investments in the infancy of tech businesses. He also positioned himself to be on the company boards, and in some instances, even co-founding the company. For Brad, his ability to become an angel investor, combined with his strategic positioning within the companies, opened a lot of doors, leading into some of the more well-known VC businesses of today. ACQUISITION FOR INORGANIC GROWTH While investing capital into a company to build equity is a good path to build organic growth, another valuable way to build growth, for some, is inorganically. By taking a smaller company, acquiring other smaller companies, to the point that the growth becomes a chain link of acquisitions that build a larger company. IE: Company A acquires Company B to make Company C, Company C acquires Company D to become Company E, and so on and so forth. The goal of growing a business is to always be additive to what you already have. In the business of inorganic growth, it's important to only seek companies that can add to what you've already built – it won't always work out successfully, but the goal is always to remain in forward momentum. Especially as a buyer, you can't be afraid of making a mistake, making a bad deal, or acquiring a business that ends up not being additive to your core company. Brad's anecdotal evaluation on acquisitions is a half-joke passed to him from his mentor: “Would you buy it for a dollar?” If the answer is yes: then there's something to talk about; investigate the potentiality. If the answer is no: then, perhaps it's best to move on. As Brad says, “When you ask that question, [you find] there's a lot of stuff you wouldn't buy for a dollar.” This rule applies to the acquisitions of companies. Frankly, if you wouldn't spend money on it, why are you entertaining the idea of spending money on it? When Matt was looking for investors for Return Path Inc. around the time of the dot-com bubble and collapse, another small company – that just so happened to have Brad on the executive board – was also at the doorstep of the same investment company. The investment company compared the two businesses, and noted that they were fundamentally the same. The deal then became merging the two like-companies into one larger company, with Return Path Inc. becoming the acquisitioner. While Matt recollects that deal in one way, Brad recalls his view somewhat differently, which revolves back to, and is another testimony of, the importance of building relationships in dealmaking with authenticity. Depending on your position approaching the deal, and your position within the respective companies, your field of vision on the deal may vary, and good practice is to keep in mind all the potentially differing viewpoints. RISK ASSESSMENT FOR GROWTH Within business there is always a risk curve. You want to post yourself in a comfortable area of this risk curve, especially at the start of any new deal potential. Your deal should be primarily about generating upside, not mitigating risk: Keep your dealmaking to principal players only: when you begin to open the deal up to non-principal players, your risk will increase. Be unafraid to take risks. Be aware of risks, and take inventory of risks, but do not focus entirely on evaluating risk factors. Do not lose sight of the vision of the deal. If you're a principal in a deal process, do not defer to others, nor hide behind your lawyers Try to keep the deal as engaged and collaborative as possible (IE: as the deal initiator, do your best to continue to nurture the relationship throughout the entire process, and if your counterpart is seeming to defer out, check in with them; make sure they're remaining engaged, as well). Do your pre-due diligence. * for more on pre-due diligence, check out Lesson 2: How to Prepare for Deals in the Deal-Driven Growth Accelerator course Understand there are no successful deals without some risk involved THE PATHWAY TO BUILDING A BOARD While Matt has authored, with contributions from Brad, two other books on this subject, Matt and Brad jointly constructed Startup Boards: A Field Guide to Building and Leading an Effective Board of Directors, released in June 2022. Matt asserts that the startup market is oversaturated with new entrepreneurs, most of whom have never started a business, let alone have built an entire board. That's the intent of Startup Boards: Focusing on the unassailable fact that competition to get noticed in the startup market is tight, and it takes making the right choices to get noticed by potential investors. Board-building is no easy feat. Many of the things addressed in Startup Boards are designed to make entrepreneurs think about their board and evaluate: Build a board deliberately and with intention. Configure a board that is healthy, and functions as a team. Bring in professionals that don't merely invest in the company, but are proficient in the company's space, and how to direct a company within that space. Be cautious of how many founders are on the board (in most scenarios, the fewer the better, in Matt's opinion). Startup Boards is intended to serve as a field guide for all these entrepreneurs wading the harsh waters of startup and board building, and offer them guidance and a hand up to building their successful company board. They want and expect the reader to dog-ear and reference back to Startup Boards like a map, as the reader journeys through the world of startup and board-building, with hopes of becoming one of the success stories everyone hears about. • • Reach out to Brad Feld for more:https://feld.com/https://onboards.libsyn.com/ Reach out to Matt Blumberg for more:startupceo.comlinkedin.com/in/blumbergmatt • • Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!
In this episode, guest host Emily Pfeiffer is joined by Mike Salguero, founder and CEO of ButcherBox, a leading DTC brand that delivers humanely raised meat and sustainably sourced seafood to consumers across the U.S. Since launching in 2015, ButcherBox has become B Corporation Certified, signaling the brand's commitment to using its business as a force for good. In 2020, Mike was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year National Award winner by Ernst & Young. During their conversation, Mike shares his story of how a hobby and a quest to transform the American beef industry got him into the business of selling meat through the mail. Mike also reveals how the company continued to grow and keep customers happy during the pandemic despite experiencing challenges related to increased demand, as well as how he turned a national dry ice shortage into a new revenue stream for the company. If you enjoyed this episode, please let us know by subscribing to our channel and giving us a 5 star rating us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. - - - - - - Guest Host: Emily Pfeiffer, Principal Analyst for Commerce Technology at Forrester Produced and edited by Gabriella Bock
People frequently want quick answers and easy fixes. However, long-term health requires consistent commitment, ensuring you have the right team and making health a priority in your life. Here to discuss how you can more effectively and efficiently reach your health goal is Dr. Damon Ernst, host of the Ditch the Quick Fix podcast. Resources talked about in this episode Guest blog mentioned - Why Melatonin Isn't Enough Guest podcast - www.ditchthequickfix.com
What impact does being your word have on you, others and the world? Get the answer to this profound question in this conversation between guest Clate Mask and Meredith Bell. Clate also talks about the most important lessons he's learned from his 12 years of coaching with Steve Hardison: - The hidden cost of not keeping your word - Three areas Clate has focused on growing: Being Gentle, Present, and Humble - Why we need to be who we really are, no matter what You'll want to take notes and listen to this interview multiple times to absorb all the wisdom Clate shares! About the Guest: Clate is the co-founder and CEO of Keap, formerly known as Infusionsoft, with the mission of simplifying growth for millions of small businesses worldwide. Clate's passion for small business success stems from his personal experience taking Infusionsoft from a struggling startup to an eight-time Inc. 500/5000 winner. He's received numerous awards over the years, including Business Leader of the Year from the Arizona Technology Council, and he was a finalist for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Clate is co-author of the New York Times bestseller Conquer the Chaos: How to Grow a Successful Small Business Without Going Crazy. https://keap.com/ (https://keap.com/) https://www.linkedin.com/in/clatemask/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/clatemask/) About the Host: Meredith is the Co-founder and President of Grow Strong Leaders. Her company publishes software tools and books that help people build strong relationships at work and at home. Meredith is an expert in leader and team communications, the author of three books, and the host of the Grow Strong Leaders Podcast. She co-authored her latest books, Connect with Your Team: Mastering the Top 10 Communication Skills, and Peer Coaching Made Simple, with her business partner, Dr. Dennis Coates. In them, Meredith and Denny provide how-to guides for improving communication skills and serving as a peer coach to someone else. Meredith is also The Heart-centered Connector. One of her favorite ways of BEING in the world is to introduce people who can benefit from knowing each other. https://growstrongleaders.com/ (https://growstrongleaders.com/) https://www.linkedin.com/in/meredithmbell (https://www.linkedin.com/in/meredithmbell) The Ultimate Coach Resources https://theultimatecoachbook.com (https://theultimatecoachbook.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theultimatecoach (https://www.facebook.com/groups/theultimatecoach) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theultimatecoachbook (https://www.instagram.com/theultimatecoachbook) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14048056 (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14048056) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUltimateCoachBook (https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUltimateCoachBook) Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.
Oltmann, host of the Conservative Daily Podcast, is a two-time Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year nominee and a founding partner and chief executive officer of PIN Business Network. Subsequent to the 2020 election, Oltmann was sued for claims he made regarding former Dominion employee Eric Coomer. Oltmann faces constant threats against his business, his family, and his life. Jake and him discuss the upcoming J6 Solidarity Rally, politics in America and where are our country is headed.
One of the best things about 2022 is that face-to-face events are back. It's been a pleasure to connect with people in person again for the first time in a long time, and great to see such enthusiasm for face-to-face conferences and events after everything that has been happening in the last few years. Last week I was at UNLEASH World in Paris, and as well as hosting some fantastic speakers on the Talent and Recruiting stage, I did a lot of podcast recording. Thank you to Kate Graham, Marc Coleman and Jon Kennard at UNLEASH for organising a dedicated podcasting booth, which Recruiting Future shared with The Chad & Cheese Show and the Tech Talks podcast. I recorded long-form interviews with three speakers; Lisa Scales from Nestle, Charu Malhotra from PA Consulting and Samantha Ramsay from Ernst & Young. I'll be publishing these over the next couple of weeks, but in the meantime, I wanted to give you a taste of the event, so here are four short interviews to provide a flavour of the topics that are top of mind in the industry at the moment. First up, you'll hear me sharing my thoughts on the event in a recording made for The Chad and Cheese Show. Next is a conversation with my co-author and collaborator, Mervyn Dinnen, followed by fellow podcaster David Savage from Tech Talks. Finally, as a bit of a bonus, I've got a quick-fire discussion with Bas van de Hatred about the recently published 2022 edition of his annual research into the state of corporate careers sites.
Gail Becker is best known as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and the Founder of CAULIPOWER, the most disruptive company in the better-for-you frozen food space. The company experienced hyper-growth, reaching more than $100m in revenue in five short years. She has received recognition for her achievements in business from Forbes, Fast Company, Inc. and Ernst & Young.Laurel Mintz, founder and CEO of award-winning marketing agency Elevate My Brand, explores some of the most exciting new and growing brands in Los Angeles and the US at large. Each week, the Elevate Your Brand podcast features an entrepreneurial special guest to discuss the past, present and future of their brand.
In this week's episode, I bring on my dear friend Sarah Dusek. Sarah is the founder and CEO of an estimated $100M Venture Capital fund known as Enygma Ventures. Join Sarah and me as she describes how she went from a massive $100M exit from her “Glamping” startup into launching one of Africa's most impressive Venture Capital firms dedicated to funding female entrepreneurs. You don't want to miss it.LIMITED TIME OFFER: SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE TO GET OUR ECONOMIC RESEARCH REPORTS:https://mailchi.mp/d41cfc90bd9f/subscribe-to-newsletterLearn to Launch your own Fundhttps://www.fundlaunchlive.com/2022?affiliate_id=3730376BlockFi Pays You Interest on Your Crypto Savings Account:https://app.blockfi.com/signup/?ref=155c31ecSubscribe to YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTOe79EXLDsROQ0z3YLnu1QConnect with Ryan Miller:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rcmiller1/Website: pentiumcapitalpartners.com[MY GUEST]: Sarah Dusek is a managing partner and co-founder of Enygma Ventures, a private investment fund dedicated to supporting and investing in women-led businesses in Africa. Since Enygma's inception in 2019, over 5,000 entrepreneurs have gone through Enygma's investor-ready programs to learn how to build valuable companies. Sarah aims to demystify the complicated and often inaccessible world of funding. Making capital accessible for women, helping them to both deliver outstanding outcomes for their own businesses and drive economic and social progressive change.In 2009, she founded the leading upscale outdoor hospitality brand Under Canvas, which sold in 2018 for over $100 million. Under Canvas received a spot on the coveted Inc. 5000 list in 2017, and in the same year, Sarah was also named to Ernst & Young's EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women list as a forward-thinker and changemaker. In 2022, Sarah launched a $600 million capital vehicle to drive conservation efforts globally. [THE HOST]: Ryan is a Venture Capital & Angel investor in technology and energy. He achieved placement growth of 5200% ROI in his first 5 years in the industry. His Podcast, “Making Billions”, was recently ranked in the top 20 Venture Capital Podcasts on the Planet! Previously he served as a Chief Financial Officer for a National, award-winning InsurTech company, which he grew 50% year-over-year. Managed and mentored 250 professionals while serving in this role. Additionally, he has mentored over 500 emerging fund managers to start and scale their investment funds, totaling nearly $1B in funds raised to date. DISCLAIMER: The information in every podcast episode “episode” is provided for general informational purposes only and may not reflect the current law in your jurisdiction. By listening to our episodes, you understand that no information contained in the episodes should be construed as legal and or financial advice from the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal, financial, or tax counsel on any subject matter. No listener of the episodes should act or refrain from acting on the basis of any information included in, or accessible through, the episodes without seeking the appropriate legal or other professional advice on the particular facts and circumstances at issue from a lawyer, finance, tax and other licensed in the recipient's state, country or other appropriate licensing jurisdiction. No part of the show, its guests, host, content, or otherwise should be considered as a solicitation for investment in any way.