Blinds.com founder, Jay Steinfeld, bootstrapped his company — with only $3,000 in 1996 — to a sizable competitor of the big box shops like Home Depot, who acquired the company in 2014. Jay was an early adopter of this thing called “the internet” and transformed his small retail business into the world’s #1 online blinds retailer as well as the leading e-tailer of hard-to-buy custom categories of home goods. Jay intentionally designed a successful exit to Home Depot that included him staying on to run Blinds.com for an additional six years after acquisition. Jay is a passionate advocate and frequent speaker on how company culture and authentic core values drive profitable growth. Throughout his journey, Jay identified four principles that guided his decision making in every aspect of business and life which lead to his continuous happiness and success. He calls them the 4Es: evolve continuously; experiment without fear of failure; express yourself; and enjoy the ride. Jay just packaged up his experience and the 4Es into his new book, Lead from the Core: The 4 Principles for Profit and Prosperity which was just released. He thinks business owners need to stop asking themselves how little they can do for their employees before they quit and start wondering how much more they can do, and why this is a smarter strategy. This is an amazing episode that shows how caring for the people in your company will scale your business to heights you never thought possible. What You Will Learn How Jay shifted his mindset in his business after a personal tragedy Why it’s super important to understand what your employees want (including their personal goals) The four Es that that turned Jay’s business into a multi-million dollar company and competitor to Home Depot How to stay true to your purpose and the true north of your business, while still balancing the mechanics of your finances and shareholders Jay’s strategy behind going with private equity shortly before selling to Home Depot How he maintained an 8% turnover rate in his company Why Jay stayed on with his company for six years after he sold The importance of trying new things, in general, and how that transfers to your business life How intention led Jay to create his legacy Why Jay is so passionate about humanity in business The surprising motivation behind Jay today as he moves forward on five boards, some on the NYSE Bio: JAY STEINFELD founded and was the CEO of Global Custom Commerce, which operates the world’s number one online window covering retailer Blinds.com. Bootstrapped in 1996 for just $3000 from his Bellaire, Texas garage, Global Custom Commerce was acquired by The Home Depot in 2014. Jay remained as its CEO and later joined The Home Depot Online Leadership Team. After stepping away from these roles in early 2020, he has increased his involvement on numerous private company boards and serves as a director of the public company Masonite (NYSE: DOOR). He also teaches entrepreneurship at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business and supports numerous charities. Jay is an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year and has earned a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Houston Technology Center. Active as an industry speaker on topics including corporate culture, core values, how to scale a start-up, and disruption, he has more than 100 published articles. Jay is passionate about adhering to his core values, which he calls the 4Es: evolve continuously; experiment without fear of failure; express yourself; and enjoy the ride. They have helped him make every business decision that led to his success and have turned into his new book, Lead from the Core: The 4 Principles for Profit and Prosperity
When you hear the words “company culture,” what comes to mind? Workplace culture is a hot issue these days, especially as it relates to jobs and the so-called “Great Resignation.” What do employees really want: freedom, tangible perks, a more inviting company culture? CEO and Entrepreneur Jay Steinfeld shares his story of success and expertise when it comes to corporate culture. “If you want to do things of consequence, if you want to build consequential things, I think you must first help people become consequential.” - Jay Steinfeld, on improving company culture. On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Jay Steinfeld to chat about corporate culture and the impact it can have on a company's workforce. Jay was the founder and CEO of Global Custom Commerce, which operates the world's number one online window covering retailer, blinds.com. Jay bootstrapped the company in 1996 from his garage with just $3,000; Global Custom Commerce was acquired by The Home Depot in 2014. Jay remained the company's CEO, and later joined The Home Depot's Online Leadership Team. After stepping away from these roles in early 2020, Jay has increased his involvement in numerous private company boards and serves as a Director of the public company, Masonite. He also teaches Entrepreneurship at Rice University's Jones Graduate School of Business, and supports numerous charities. Jay is an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and has earned a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Houston Technology Center. Listen to Kelly and Jay talk about company culture and the Great Resignation:How did Jay start his business, how did it grow, and how did he make a name for himself in the booming world of tech and entrepreneurship? Jay says he frequently tells entrepreneurs to “experiment without fear of failure.” Experimentation is necessary and key to evolving and growing any venture. When he began his company in the 90's, it was before even Amazon was born. He built his business one step at a time, and gave himself permission to fail. The idea of failure can be terrifying for small businesses because of the heavy stakes on the line. How does Jay advise small or startup businesses to experiment and take risks with confidence? What does Jay wish he'd known before he started his business in the 90's? How did Jay approach hiring decisions while growing his business? How can business owners know when to expand hiring, even when finances are tight? Did dynamics change when Jay sold his business to Home Depot? Jay shares how the transition went: the CFO said they'd expected him to get tired of them and quit after 90 days, but Jay stayed on for 7 years after the acquisition. Jay explains the idea of business “love languages” and how to find harmony with team members of different strengths, disciplines, and personalities. When Jay's company reached significant milestones over the years, how did they impact the company (and the way Jay ran the company)? Jay details his definition of success and the way it informs his strategic choices in both workplace culture and business operations. Kelly asks Jay to describe the moments when he “felt” successful along the journey of growing his business. He shares he felt many of those moments over the years, though sometimes the impact of his success came to him retroactively. As the head of a growing business, Jay says he often felt he was seen as intimidating or scary, which greatly bothered him because he genuinely wanted everyone's voice and feedback. How does Jay feel employee's thoughts on their superiors plays into today's Great Resignation? What advice does he have for companies to make their management teams more approachable and receptive? Jay says what people want most is autonomy. Why not give more generosity to employees? More traction, more upward mobility? More transparent conversations?
"Truncar los sueños y el crecimiento de los seres humanos es una de las cosas que más afectan a la dignidad de una persona y la dignidad de la persona, es el trabajo más importante del CEO" - Enrique Beltranena @kikebeltranenaEste episodio es presentado por Uniclick la plataforma de financiamiento a PyMEs que te regala 3 meses de aceleración digital al aprobar tu crédito y por mi libro Haz lo que Importa en el que comparto el método DMS de productividad y diseño de vida.Enrique es Fundador, Director General y Miembro del Consejo de Administración de Volaris (NYSE: VLRS y BMV: VOLAR), la aerolínea mexicana de ultra-bajo costo que opera en México, Estados Unidos, Centro y Sudamérica.En 2012 Enrique fue nombrado Emprendedor del Año para el Salón de la Fama en Mónaco después de haber sido nominado por Ernst & Young, en 2014 recibió la Orden Nacional del Mérito (Insignia de Caballero) por parte del Presidente de Francia y desde octubre de 2021, es miembro del Consejo de Gobernadores de la IATA, el máximo órgano de gobierno de la Asociación Internacional del Transporte Aereo.Hoy Enrique y yo hablamos del balance entre la exigencia y el toque humano en el liderazgo, de aeropuertos y navegación aérea en la ciudad de México y de cómo competir contra una industria completamente diferente a la tuya.Qué puedes aprender hoyCómo debe comunicar un CEODesagregación del costo de tu productoLa solución al problema del AICM*Este episodio es presentado por Uniclick, la plataforma digital de financiamiento para pequeñas y medianas empresas que autoriza en línea y en minutos un crédito simple y sin garantía de hasta 3 millones de pesos con plazos flexibles hasta de 24 meses.Al aprobar tu crédito Uniclick te regala 3 meses del programa de aceleración digital para incrementar tus ventas en uniclick.com.mx/crack.*Este episodio es presentado por mi libro Haz lo que importa.Este es un libro lleno de lecciones que he aprendido de experiencias personales difíciles y de algunos de mis invitados de Cracks podcast y que combino con ejercicios de autodescubrimiento y crecimiento personal para crear el método DMS, que es el sistema de productividad y diseño de vida gracias al que hoy me siento más pleno que nunca.Si quieres tener una copia firmada puedes pedirlo en hazloqueimporta.com o también puedes pedirlo en Amazon, en formato Kindle o escuchar mi audiolibro en Beek.Ve el video en Youtubehttps://www.youtube.com/crackspodcastNotas del episodio en:https://cracks.la/150Regístrate para recibir el newsletter Viernes de Cracks cracks.la/viernes.Sigue a Oso:Twitter: twitter.com/osotravaInstagram: instagram.com/osotravaConferencias y cursos: osotrava.comCompra su libro: www.hazloqueimporta.com211129 ad Uniclick HLQI pre 211129 ad Uniclick HLQI post
In vandag se episode gesels Paul, Daniël en Ernst oor die interessante en onverwagse gebeure in verskeie van die land se munisipale rade asook hoe die toekoms van Suid-Afrikaanse koalisie-politiek dalk mag lyk.ONDERSTEUN #ONTNONSENS.
Ernst Wolff is a journalist and author. He discusses how the central banks are deliberately destroying the global economy; why the "pandemic" is a catalyst towards a new financial system; who are the people pulling the strings; and what we can do to resist the tyranny. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaICID7P7gdRoVeeXbj-s7w
In today's episode I interview Dr. James Muecke, eye surgeon and blindness prevention pioneer. Dr James Muecke AM is an Adelaide-based eye surgeon. He graduated with Honors from Adelaide University Medical School in 1988. Following his internship, James lived and worked as a volunteer doctor in Kenya in 1989. After completing ophthalmology training in Adelaide in 1995, James worked as an eye surgeon in Jerusalem for 12 months. He undertook subspecialty training in eye cancer in London and then returned to Adelaide in 1998, where he has been a Visiting Consultant and Senior Lecturer at Royal Adelaide and Women's & Children's Hospitals. James has taught the diagnosis and management of eye cancer in ten countries in Asia. He founded not-for-profit organization Sight For All in 2008, turning his boundless energy into a fight against blindness in the Aboriginal and mainstream communities of Australia and some of the poorest countries of the world. Sight For All's comprehensive and sustainable projects are now impacting on the lives of over one million people each year. His commitment to social impact and humanitarian endeavors has earnt him a number of awards including an Order of Australia in 2012, the Australian Medical Association's President's Leadership Award in 2013, and Ernst & Young's Social Entrepreneur for Australia in 2015. James is Australian of the Year for 2020 for his 32 years of humanitarian work. He is using this powerful platform to raise awareness of our poor diet, laden with sugary drinks and ultra-processed foods, which is devastating the health of Australians. Sight For All: https://sightforall.org/ You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rZ4hdGzx2A Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode and were inspired in some way, I would love to hear from you. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram Stories and tag me @unsweetenedsio. 5 star ratings and positive reviews really help the podcast too! Website: www.unsweetenedsio.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unsweetenedsio/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsweetenedsio Twitter: https://twitter.com/UnSweetenedSio YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYVw0_4Ms1GNE5-p6LT0qlw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/siobhan-harris-64663317/
Sorry for the late release, folks! We're kicking off the holiday week with another short and sloppy boy! Non-listener Meaghan joins Kelley and fits right in with an Ernst reference before we even hit record. We chat about the Kraken theme song by Aaron Jones that gets played before games, and then discover the Mariners have an odd official theme, but it has nothing on the Orlando Magic's song that is making a comeback. What did the Fly Girls wear, anyway? And why did Kelley assume everyone would know who the Fly Girls were? Your punishment for living in such a beautiful part of the country is having to hear Christmas in the Northwest at least once a year. Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve is the Seahawks walk-out music, and has always been oddly fitting. We do Recipes from First Graders and our guest knows the author of the first one - everyone check out local guitarist Kyle Summers! Kelley's Hint List! Ashes don't burn, clean your stove. Iron shirt collars front to back – Meaghan is peeved about this one! Umpire Pants Out!
Episode Summary1) Grew up with a mother that was in technology. She was interested in visual arts and she found a way to combine her love for both.2) Majored in computer science. She graduated and moved quickly through the ranks. 3) She's lived on four continents and 2011 started her own company.4) She will not be defined by other people. She is her own person.Carnellia Ajasin BioShe is the CEO of Mind Katalyst, an innovation design and strategy technology firm. Carnellia is also a product executive, business advisor, investor, and author.Carnellia and her team help ambitious organizations, nonprofits, and entrepreneurs stay relevant, understand digital trends, emerging technology, and create growth through the development of meaningful and purposeful software and hardware products and services.She's held senior-level positions at Oracle DBA at Ernst & Young and Capgemini, leading enterprise-wide technology implementations throughout North America and in Europe. Carnellia has been intimately involved with many emerging technologies and is passionate about supporting the global entrepreneur and startup ecosystem, align, strategize, innovate, execute and expand purposeful tech product ideas.website: https://mindkatalyst.com/LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/mind-katalyst/ Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/stemminginstilettos)
Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast! Our guest today is Najeeb Ghuri, the Founder, Chairman of the Board of Directors, and CEO of NETSOL Technologies, Inc. Initially, Mr. Ghauri was instrumental in the completion of the NETSOL Technologies IPO in 1998 in the USA, which was then the first IT company with operations in Pakistan to be listed on NASDAQ. He subsequently got NETSOL's Pakistani subsidiary listed on the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) in 2005. He has been nominated twice in the United States for the Ernst and Young ‘Entrepreneur of the year', once in 2001 and again in 2005. Tune in to learn more! You will love it!
Thursday, November 18, 2021 Hoover Institution, Stanford University Senator Joni Ernst in conversation with Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET. ABOUT THE SPEAKERS Senator Joni Ernst is the first woman to serve in federal elected office from the State of Iowa and is also the first female combat veteran elected to serve in the United States Senate. Having served 23 years in the military, Senator Ernst has dedicated her life to her state and country and is known for her independent leadership. Senator Ernst is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and founder of the AHA Foundation. She served as a Member of the Dutch Parliament from 2003 to 2006. While in Parliament, she focused on furthering the integration of non-Western immigrants into Dutch society, and on defending the rights of Muslim women. Her latest book, Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women's Rights, is available on Amazon.
Resilient TeamsResilient teams are the ones that are able to adapt and even thrive in during tough times, such as the Covid pandemic. But just as everyone likes to think they are the best drivers on the road, the best parents, or the best business leaders, you never really know until you're put to the test and a business crisis is a heck of a time to find our your business team is really not as resilient as you thought they were. My next guest, Lisa Koss is a developmental coach and author of https://www.amazon.com/Leading-Learning-Managers-Developmental-Commitment-ebook/dp/B08HX8R8RQ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=koss+and+leading+for+learning&qid=1632689943&s=books&sr=1-2 (Leading for Learning: How Managers Can Get Business Results Through Developmental Coaching and Inspire Deep Employee Commitment) who can help you turn that wishful thinking into reality with time tested tips on how to create remarkably resilient teams. What You'll Discover About Resilient Teams (highlights & transcript):https://businessconfidentialradio.com/?p=109967&preview=true# (HIGHLIGHTSCLICK HERE FOR AUDIO TRANSCRIPT) * What does it mean to have resilient teams [01:26] * What the most successful business leaders do to build resilient teams [03:36] * Where to start developing more resilient teams [06:06] * How recognizing changing group dynamics and managing expectations aids resilient teams [07:33] * How safe spaces create new team dynamics and more cohesion [10:11] * The role of developmental coaching in creating more resilient teams [12:04] * Key characteristics of resilient teams [20:45] * And MUCH more. ♥ Share this episode with someone you think will benefit from it. ♥ ♥ Leave a review at https://lovethepodcast.com/BusinessConfidential (Lovethepodcast.com/BusinessConfidential )♥ Guest: Lisa KossLisa J. Koss is the co-founder and a partner at Ontos Global. She has 25 years' experience in global leadership, team development, talent management, executive coaching and design, and organizational change initiatives. Her proprietary coaching model has been taught in 9 different languages across the globe. Her clients include Kaiser Permanente, ITT, Xylem, British Petroleum, Honeywell, Hewlett Packard, General Electric, Ernst & Young, and many more. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. Her new book is https://www.amazon.com/Leading-Learning-Managers-Developmental-Commitment/dp/0367534835 (Leading for Learning: How Managers Can Get Business Results through Developmental Coaching and Inspire Deep Employee Commitment). Learn more at https://ontosglobal.com/team/lisa-koss/ (ontosglobal.com/team/lisa-koss) Related Resources:Contact Lisa and connect with her on https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisakoss/ (LinkedIn), https://facebook.com/lisakoss11 (Facebook,) https://twitter.com/ONTOSglobal (Twitter,) and https://instagram.com/lisajkoss (Instagram). Join, Rate and Review:Rating and reviewing the show helps us grow our audience and allows us to bring you more of the rich information you need to succeed from our high powered guests. Leave a review at https://lovethepodcast.com/BusinessConfidential (Lovethepodcast.com/BusinessConfidential) Joining the Business Confidential Now family is easy and lets you have instant access to the latest tactics, strategies and tips to make your business more successful. Follow on your favorite podcast app http://bit.ly/bcnlisten (here) as well as on https://twitter.com/businessconfid (Twitter), https://facebook.com/businessconfidentialnow (Facebook), https://www.youtube.com/c/HannaHaslKelchner (YouTube), and https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/business-confidential-now-with-hanna-hasl-kelchner (LinkedIn). Download ♥ Follow ♥ Listen ♥ Learn ♥ Share ♥ Review ♥ Comment ♥ Enjoy
In vandag se episode bespreek Ernst en Daniël AfriForum se beoogde saak teen die aandklok reël asook die verwerping van die EFF as koalisievennoot deur 'n verskeidenheid partye.ONDERSTEUN #ONTNONSENS.
“Conflict is inevitable. Combat is optional. And in business, particularly when people have a conflict that arises, there's a couple of things that can go wrong, and they go wrong, because nobody ever sits us down and tells us how to manage conflict.” “It's impossible to avoid disputes. What you can do is get to a dispute as soon as it arises and deal with it constructively, rather than letting it just escalate.” TIME STAMP SUMMARY01:18 What it means to be a business peacekeeper 06:04 Getting the correct advice, from the right people13:32 Importance of the correct mediation style22:21 Creating the workplace personal life boundary/balance Where to find Nicole?Website http://www.nicoledavidsonnegotiation.com.au/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-davidson-negotiation Who is Nicole Davidson? Nicole has mediated over 200 commercial disputes including shareholder disputes, employee disputes, contractual disputes, outstanding debts, restrictive covenants, defamation, and insurance matters. She is a nationally accredited mediator and has completed an Advanced Mediation program at Harvard University's Program on Negotiation. She is currently a panel member for the Victorian Small Business Commissioner and the Office of the Franchising Mediation Advisor. As a qualified lawyer and a former insolvency practitioner and investment banker, Nicole brings a wealth of real-world experience to her mediation practice. Having completed articles at Minter Ellison, Nicole moved into more commercial roles in organisations including Société Générale, Lehman Brothers, Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young. She has an excellent understanding of commercial practice. Nicole specialises in early intervention mediation before litigation is commenced and with a view to avoiding litigation. She adopts a flexible approach to mediation to ensure the best possible satisfaction for all parties, working with lawyers to ensure agreements that are reached are enforceable. In addition to her mediation work, Nicole is an experienced facilitator, teaching negotiation and conflict resolution skills to clients across professional services and industry.
On this week's Industrial Talk Podcast we're talking to John Nottingham, Co-Founder of Nottingham Spirk about "Solving Customer's Problems Through Innovation". Get the answers to your "Customer Centric Solutions" questions along with John's unique insight on the “How” on this Industrial Talk interview! Finally, get your exclusive free access to the https://industrialtalk.com/wp-admin/inforum-industrial-academy-discount/ (Industrial Academy) and a series on “https://industrialtalk.com/why-you-need-to-podcast/ (Why You Need To Podcast)” for Greater Success in 2021. All links designed for keeping you current in this rapidly changing Industrial Market. Learn! Grow! Enjoy! JOHN NOTTINGHAM'S CONTACT INFORMATION: Personal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-nottingham-a359a9a/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-nottingham-a359a9a/) Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nottingham-spirk/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/nottingham-spirk/) Company Website: https://www.nottinghamspirk.com/ (https://www.nottinghamspirk.com/) PODCAST VIDEO: https://youtu.be/FUdwODH6poc THE STRATEGIC REASON "WHY YOU NEED TO PODCAST": https://industrialtalk.com/why-you-need-to-podcast/ () OTHER GREAT INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES: NEOM: https://www.neom.com/en-us (https://www.neom.com/en-us) Hitachi Vantara: https://www.hitachivantara.com/en-us/home.html (https://www.hitachivantara.com/en-us/home.html) Industrial Marketing Solutions: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-marketing/ (https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-marketing/) Industrial Academy: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-academy/ (https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-academy/) Industrial Dojo: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial_dojo/ (https://industrialtalk.com/industrial_dojo/) We the 15:https://www.wethe15.org/ ( https://www.wethe15.org/) YOUR INDUSTRIAL DIGITAL TOOLBOX: LifterLMS: Get One Month Free for $1 – https://lifterlms.com/ (https://lifterlms.com/) Active Campaign: https://www.activecampaign.com/?_r=H855VEPU (Active Campaign Link) Social Jukebox: https://www.socialjukebox.com/ (https://www.socialjukebox.com/) Industrial Academy (One Month Free Access And One Free License For Future Industrial Leader): https://industrialtalk.com/wp-admin/inforum-industrial-academy-discount/ () Business Beatitude the Book Do you desire a more joy-filled, deeply-enduring sense of accomplishment and success? Live your business the way you want to live with the BUSINESS BEATITUDES...The Bridge connecting sacrifice to success. YOU NEED THE BUSINESS BEATITUDES! TAP INTO YOUR INDUSTRIAL SOUL, RESERVE YOUR COPY NOW! BE BOLD. BE BRAVE. DARE GREATLY AND CHANGE THE WORLD. GET THE BUSINESS BEATITUDES! https://industrialtalk.com/business-beatitude-reserve/ ( Reserve My Copy and My 25% Discount) PODCAST TRANSCRIPT: SUMMARY KEYWORDS nottingham, customer, patent, innovation center, obvious, big, problem, innovation, john, sherwin williams, put, digital, location, prototype, product, industry, dazzled, manufactured, scott, real 00:00 This industrial talk podcast was recorded on location at Nottingham, Spirk and E and y or Ernst and Young or just EY. Both companies dedicated to your success focused on the future and solving big problems contact Nottingham Spirk and EY if you have a desire for a brighter future 00:27 Welcome to the industrial talk podcast with Scott Mackenzie. Scott is a passionate industry professional dedicated to transferring cutting edge industry focused innovations and trends while highlighting the men and women who keep the world moving. So good on your hardhat grab your work boots, and let's write 00:45 Welcome to industrial talk the number one industrial related podcast in the universe. And I'm not overselling that. It celebrates you the industrial heroes, the people that get it done. You are bold, you are brave. You dare greatly you innovate. You solve problems. You're changing lives and...
With over 20 years of qualified experience in the health and fitness industry, Curtis Christopherson is the founder & CEO of WRKOUT, the first connected fitness brand to deliver live, face-to-face personal training optimized for the virtual experience. He is also the owner of Innovative Fitness, North America's largest network of premium personal training studios. Based out of Vancouver, Canada, Curtis leads over 300 virtual and in-person trainers and was recognized as “Canada's Top Trainer” in 2020 by Impact Magazine. He has also been featured in notable publications such as Forbes, The Globe and Mail, and SGB Magazine – and was also a former Ernst and Young Canadian Entrepreneur of the Year finalist! While leading the businesses, Curtis has completed extreme adventures and some incredible physical feats. As examples, Curtis has competed in a 100km Del Sahara desert run, several Half Ironmans, over 15 marathons, been on the podium for multiple adventures, and knocked off some international hikes such as the West Coast Trail (in 21 hrs), Machu Picchu, and Kilimanjaro. He has also been a part of a team that cycled across Canada (which set a Guinness Book of World Records) and Australia to raise over a million dollars for Juvenile Diabetes. Beyond his years, Curtis will undoubtedly leave an indelible mark on the health and fitness industry and he has no qualms about bringing others along for the journey. https://www.wrkout.com/ Connect with us: https://www.futureoffitness.co/
Mr. Nguyen Tuan Hong Phuc is a Partner, Consulting, Head of Customer & Operations at KPMG in Vietnam. He has over 16 years of experience in management, digital transformation, and operation consulting. Before joining KPMG Vietnam, he was Senior Manager in Advisory Services and Performance Improvement for Ernst & Young, as well as Director of CEL Consulting.An expert in customer experience management in the digital age, Mr. Nguyen explains the game-changing factors in the market based on “The Six Pillars of Customer Experience Excellence”, KPMG's 7-year research. Stay tuned to this Vietnam Innovator podcast with host Hao Tran, CEO of Vietcetera to explore this intriguing topic.Thank you ELSA Speak and KPMG Vietnam for collaborating with Vietcetera in this podcast.ELSA Speak is the world's smartest English pronunciation coach, powered by AI. The app can listen and pinpoint the exact errors in every single sound, intonation, rhythm and pitch as you speak, compare to a native speaker and give instant feedback on how to improve. All these feedback are fully automated using ELSA's proprietary speech recognition technology. With this virtual everyday English ‘personal trainer', you'll be able to speak with ease and confidence.Learn how to speak like our innovators by downloading and clicking the link in the description below!link to install ELSA Speak app: https://vnelsaspeak.onelink.me/CAwv/Vietceteralink to this episode study set inside ELSA Speak app: https://bit.ly/Vietcetera-Ep6Part of a global network present in 146 countries, KPMG in Vietnam has been assisting the local business community and international investors entering this potential market since 1994. As one of the top professional service firms in Vietnam, KPMG focuses on helping other organizations — enterprises, public-sector agencies, capital market players, governments, and not-for-profits — mitigate risks and grasp opportunities through an audit, tax, legal and advisory services.Learn more about the firm's initiatives here: https://home.kpmg/vn/en/home.htmlLeave any comments, messages, or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.#Vietcetera_Podcast #VI #Vietcetera
Part 2 with Chris “Uncle E” Ernst picks up where we left off, when Uncle E was on top of the world announcing every event that mattered…but things were not as perfect as they appeared. On the podcast we talk about the continued success, the partying, the travel, the double life, the corporate life, getting caught, disappearing for 5 years, and slowly but surely, rebuilding a life and career. Uncle E Show Notes: 3:30: Red Bull Slackline Event in TN, explain Uncle E, and the difference between Chris and Uncle E 10:00: The X Games, Live TV, Lord of the Boards and getting more emcee work 21:30: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 24:00: Red Bull events, challenging events, and internet comments 30:00: Highlight events, sour on the Gravity Games, and becoming a ski celebrity 37:00: Did success change him, Boost Mobile, and corporate partying 41:30: Dragon: Their glasses FLOAT, use the code Powell15 to save 15% Alpine Vans: Upgrade your adventure, Upgrade your life Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 43:45: Falling off the face of the earth for 5 years, substances, and problems surfacing 48:00: Rock Bottom, how does he get better, and pinpointing when his problem started 54:00: Inappropriate Questions with Paul Crandell aka LP
Luke Cooper is a tech entrepreneur with multiple $50M exits. He is the Founder of Latimer - a $400M fund focused on women and BIPOC. Luke is Baltimore's 40 Under 40 Business Leaders, Ernst & Young 2019 Entrepreneur of The Year for achieving an 11x outcome for Fixt. He is also the author of upcoming book - Mud To Magic: A Black Tech Entrepreneur's Journey. #techentrepreneur #pragmatic #entrepreneuriallife #techindustry #leadership #planning #strategicplanning #productinnovation #womenempowerment #baltimore #40under40 #author #blackentrepreneur #theindustryshow #olll #onelinelifelessons --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theindustryshow/support
Today I'm joined by another interesting guest. Carnellia Ajasin. She is the CEO of Mind Katalyst, an innovation design and strategy technology firm. Carnellia is also a product executive, business advisor, investor and author. Carnellia and her team help ambitious organizations, nonprofits, and entrepreneurs stay relevant, understand digital trends, emerging technology, and create growth through the development of meaningful and purposeful software and hardware products and services. She's held senior level positions at Oracle DBA at Ernst & Young and Capgemini, leading enterprise-wide technology implementations throughout North America and in Europe. Carnellia has been intimately involved with many emerging technologies and is passionate about supporting the global entrepreneur and startup ecosystem, align, strategize, innovate, execute and expand purposeful tech product ideas. Key Takeaways Carnelia's inspiration. Intentional building of technology that's really meant to improve the lives of other people Purposeful and meaningful technology. Cleaning your phone. Making sure you're really being efficient in terms of the type of technology, the apps, and the software that's actually on your devices.Things to consider when buying an application. Testing and improving prototype products. Connect with Carnellia: Website - https://mindkatalyst.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/helloiamcarnellia/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/CarnelliaAjasin
Discover why Sue Burnett (President of Burnett Specialists) chose an ESOP, how her team members in six major cities receive monthly performance reviews, and when she discovered her leadership blind spot (12 minutes). CEO BLINDSPOTS PODCAST GUEST: Sue Burnett. She is the founder and president of Burnett Specialists with 9 offices in 6 major cities. Her 47-year-old company is ranked as Texas' Largest Employee-Owned Staffing and Placement Firm, and 16th largest in the U.S. Sue's honors include: Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year, Houston Business Journal's Most Admired CEO and Woman Who Means Business, Most Powerful Woman Award, Women's Enterprise's Woman of Excellence, and Jr. Achievement's Legacy Award and Leadership Award. The University of Arkansas named Sue as a Distinguished Alum, a Tower of Old Main, and named the Reading Room in the Journalism Building after her. For more information about Sue and Burnett Specialists; https://burnettspecialists.com/staffingawards-rankings/ CEO BLINDSPOTS HOST: Birgit Kamps. She was speaking five languages by the age of 10, and lived in five countries with her Dutch parents prior to becoming an American citizen. Birgit's professional experience includes starting and selling an “Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Company” and a “Best Company to Work for in Texas”, and serving as a Board Member with various companies. In addition, Birgit is the President of Hire Universe LLC, and the host of the CEO Blindspots podcast which was recognized in 2020 by Spotify for having the “biggest listener growth” in the USA (by 733%), and having listeners in 11 countries; https://ceoblindspots.com/ceo-blindspots-podcast/
With over 7,000 leaders from around the world coming together in Boston, I had the privilege of sitting down with leaders from a variety of impactful organizations. Part 1 includes: • Paul Muret- Google Health's VP and General Manager for Care Studio • Chris Waugh- Sutter Health's Chief Design and Innovation Officer • Aloha McBride- Ernst and Young's Global Health Sector Leader • Darius Chehrzad- Chief Commercial Officer of Payient
For anyone entering a yoga studio today, the world of Islam might feel a million miles away. Yet for more than a thousand years, practitioners of Yoga have lived side by side with the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. The history of Islam and Yoga, of Muslims and Hindus, is more than a tale of simple coexistence, though. It's also a story of close interactions and careful comparisons, of Persian translations of Sanskrit texts, and Arabic investigations of Yogi doctrines, along with a shared concern with the spiritual value of breath-control. In this episode of Akbar's Chamber, we'll be looking at some of the most influential Muslim authors on such topics, including al-Biruni (d.1048) and Muhammad Ghaws (d.1562). But far from burying our heads in recondite manuscripts, we'll be placing these figures in their living environments, where Sufis regularly encountered ‘Jogis,' and wondered what they had in common. We'll also be asking how these medieval encounters can inform our understanding of religious pluralism in Asia today. Nile Green talks to Carl W. Ernst, the author of Refractions of Islam in India: Situating Sufism and Yoga (Sage, 2016).
On this episode, we talked to Howard Tiersky, CEO at FROM, The Digital Transformation Agency, whose goal is to bring companies up to speed with customers' expectations of the digital sphere. After COVID fast-tracked digital transformation for everyone, it's even more essential to get it right.
On today's episode Joe Slawek shares the difference between and entrepreneur and a CEO, as well as how each role is responsible for different business goals. Listen in as Deborah and Joe discuss how your relationship with risk changes as a business grows, how trust radiates into workplace culture, and how to make the transition from corporate to entrepreneurial roles. After years in the flavor industry, Joe Slawek saw the need for a different kind of flavor company that had both great technology and great service. We call it “high tech, high touch.” Joe wanted to build an organization that could compete with the largest flavor companies across a range of market segments, but also connect with customers as only small companies can, developing relationships, sharing visions, methods and time. He founded FONA in 1987 on these principles. It's this commitment to customers that makes FONA a special organization and led to FONA's numerous awards and recognition (including Forbes Small Giants, Great Place to Work, Inc. Best Workplaces and Fortune magazine). Joe has been personally honored with the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year award for Manufacturing in the Midwest. You can connect to Joe via LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-james-slawek-7954a8/ Are you a CEO dealing with change? Part inspiration, part strategy, I've created this resource for CEO's who leading their team through a rapid transition and looking for a resource and guide to help them stay confident, focused, and a mentor for others. You can download it here: https://mailchi.mp/coviellocm/the-ceos-compass See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris “Uncle E” Ernst is a legend on the microphone and in the ski industry. Uncle E is known for being that wacky, zany guy on the mic who knows all the athletes, all the history, and brings the excitement of the X Games and many other events into living rooms around the world. What you don't know about him is his private school upbringing, cutting his teeth with bungee jumping, how he helped invent a sport and so much more that we talk about on the podcast. Uncle E Show Notes: 3:30: The Raiders, High School, Soccer, skiing, and St. Mary's College, 13:00: Working with the family, Vertigo Bungee days, and Frank Gambali 20:00: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 22:30: Bungee accidents, The Vertigo/Primal split, the ski bum local lifestyle 30:00: The Coors Light Tour, learning events from the ground up, and emceeing bird tours at Sea World 37:00: Skiing with the best and pioneering AK 40:30: Dragon: Their glasses FLOAT, use the code Powell15 to save 15% Alpine Vans: Upgrade your adventure, Upgrade your life Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 43:00: Snowboarding v Skiing, EXP Productions, Lord of the Boards, and Tele 54:00: The inventors of Skier Cross, X-Games, where did Uncle E come from, 65:00: Fast forwarding through medal, the link between depression and head injuries, and living for others 61:00: Inappropriate Questions with Mike Jaquet
This week epsiode is a fun one! I am joined by fragrance fanatics Ernst & CR Blacks to discuss our love for fragrances, how it started and where it is now. We look at the industry, how its performed as well as what the best selling fragrances are. Then the fun begins as Ernst brings out his collection and we start to smell and vibe! Enjoy Ernst: https://www.instagram.com/caesarscents/ CR Blacks: https://www.instagram.com/cr_blacks/ FOLLOW DISUNOMICS IG: https://www.instagram.com/disunomics/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/diisunoomics Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/disunomics
Die burgerregte-organisasie AfriForum het 'n versoekskrif van stapel gestuur sowel as 'n brief geskryf aan die Netflix Swart-kreatiewe-bemagtigingsfonds. Dit volg nadat die aanlyn-vermaaklikheidsdiens 'n beurs vir 2022-nagraadse studente in die rolprent- of televisiegenre bekend gestel het. Een van die belangrikste kwalifiserende vereistes is egter die aansoeker moet swart wees. AfriForum-lid Ernst van Zyl sê hierdie opsetlike diskriminasie is onaanvaarbaar.
One of the key deciding factors in Malaysia’s road to recovery is Budget 2022 and its impact on the nation’s economy. Ahead of the official tabling of the Budget, we speak to Bernard Yap, Malaysia Private Client Services Leader and Partner, Ernst & Young Tax Consultants, about what to expect, what should be done by the government, and what recovery truly means over the next 12 months. Brought to you by Mah Sing; Reinvent Spaces. Enhance Life. Image Credit: greenbutterfly | Shutterstock
Ernst David Hangartner aus Winterthur ist ein vielbeschäftigter Musiker. Neben seinem Solo Projekt als Ernesto Symphonic Ensemble spielt er bei The Homestories, Howlong Wolf und Klaus Johann Grobe. Heute allerdings steht er nicht auf der Bühne, sondern an den Sounds! Plattentellern und legt seine Lieblingsscherben aus seiner Sammlung von feinster Unterhaltungsmusik und traumhaftem Tanzorchestersound auf. Let's have a party! Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass: This Guys In Love With You Burt Bacharach: Arthurs Theme Bert Kaempfert: Every Sunday Morning Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass: Spanish Flea Mr Acker Bilk: Nobody Knows The Trouble Ive Seen Glen Campbell: By The Time I Get To Phoenix Claudine: Think Of Rain Tomita: Star Wars Klaus Wunderlich: Charade Klaus Wunderlich: Krimoogulus Mike Oudevaal: Sol Fuego Frida Lyngstad: The Way You Do James Last: She Came In Through The Bathroom Window The Beatles: Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End The Coconados: Till Il Santo California: Torna A Settembre Orchester Marco Minotti: Spiel Mir Das Lied Vom Tod Roby Weber Quartett: The Streetbeater Level 42: Turn It On Natalie Prass: Never Too Late Nikka Costa: First Love Marie Laforêt: La Baie Des Anges Gilbert OSullivan : Independent Air Ronnie DAddario : Take In A Show Udo Lindenberg: Nur Keine Lovestory
Leaders must be prepared, even for the unforeseen. This is the origin of business continuity and disaster recovery plans, and for the most forward-thinking, disaster avoidance planning. Author Lance Mortlock takes it a step further with his book "Disaster Proof: Scenario Planning for a Post-Pandemic Future". As a strategy partner with Ernst & Young (EY), Lance shares his expertise with co-hosts Brian Comerford and Nick Lozano as they discuss leadership principles to develop a team, formulate a strategy, and take that ideation into action. Lance discusses his theories and his insights, and takes it a step further to demonstrate how his model can actually be produced in a real world environment, outside of academia.Lance Mortlockhttps://www.lancemortlock.comLance's Book - Disaster Proofhttps://www.lancemortlock.com/bookFull show transcript available at:https://www.leadexe.com/disaster-proof-with-lance-mortlock/00:00 Show start02:03 Lance Mortlock Intro07:54 Disaster Proof12:05 Disaster recovery and business continuity plans14:56 Scenario planning20:20 Artificial Intelligence33:02 Strategy and innovation37:25 Risk management39:54 Potential Disasters45:27 Book that Lance recommends46:37 Where you can find Lance and closing
Podcast: Cyber Security Weekly Podcast (LS 37 · TOP 2.5% what is this?)Episode: Episode 292 - Critical Info Infrastructure Protection in Singapore with Cyber Security Agency of SingaporePub date: 2021-10-24Interview by Jane Lo, Singapore Correspondent with Lim Thian Chin (Director, Critical Info Infrastructure Division, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore) Thian Chin is leading the Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) Division at the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA). The division is responsible for building the cyber resilience of the Nation's essential services across 11 CII sectors covering government, utilities, transport and services clusters. His team works with sectoral regulators to strengthen the cyber resilience of CII owners, to promote confidence-building measures and to deepen the public-private partnership between the government and CII stakeholders. Thian Chin also represents Singapore in International and regional cybersecurity forums where he shares his knowledge on cybersecurity resiliency and capability building. Thian Chin has over 19 years of experience in Information & Technology governance, risk management, resilience and compliance, and Operational Technology cybersecurity. Prior to joining CSA in August 2015, he was responsible for the regional Technology Governance function in United Overseas Bank. He also led the Technology Risk function in GIC from 2008 – 2013. In his earlier years, he was a Manager and had led a team of auditors in Information Technology in Ernst & Young. Thian Chin holds an Executive Masters (Cybersecurity) with Brown University, a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University and is an alumnus of the George C Marshall European Center for Security Studies. He is certified as a GICSP, CGEIT, CDPSE, CRISC, CISM, CISSP, CISA, and SABSA practitioner. In this podcast, Thian Chin shared some highlights* on cybersecurity and operational technology (OT) at the Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW 2021), and the OT Cybersecurity Expert Panel (OTCEP), organized by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore. Touching on cybersecurity incidents highlighted in the “Singapore Cyber Landscape 2020” such as ransomware and supply chain, he noted the increasing complexity of the threat landscape. He discussed some common perceptions of the cybersecurity professionals and the engineers running the operating infrastructure, including infrastructure “air gap” and cultural differences such as skills and language, and security goals (“CIA” - versus “SRP”). Referring to one of Singapore's largest cyber incidents in the CII sector, and the recent threats, he shared perspectives on how government policies such as the OT-ISAC, the OT Cybersecurity Code of Practice (updated in 2019) and the Cybersecurity Competency Framework (2021) help to boost cyber defenses. With the recent release of the “Singapore Cyber Security Strategy 2021”, he also several areas of focus for the CII cybersecurity ecosystem, including structuring an approach to managing supply chain risks and building cyber resiliency profiles. *also included highlights from OT-ISAC (Operational Technology Information Sharing and Analysis Centre) and ISACA Singapore Chapter Recorded: 15th October 2021 (SGT 8.30am)The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from MySecurity Media, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.
Interview by Jane Lo, Singapore Correspondent with Lim Thian Chin (Director, Critical Info Infrastructure Division, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore) Thian Chin is leading the Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) Division at the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA). The division is responsible for building the cyber resilience of the Nation's essential services across 11 CII sectors covering government, utilities, transport and services clusters. His team works with sectoral regulators to strengthen the cyber resilience of CII owners, to promote confidence-building measures and to deepen the public-private partnership between the government and CII stakeholders. Thian Chin also represents Singapore in International and regional cybersecurity forums where he shares his knowledge on cybersecurity resiliency and capability building. Thian Chin has over 19 years of experience in Information & Technology governance, risk management, resilience and compliance, and Operational Technology cybersecurity. Prior to joining CSA in August 2015, he was responsible for the regional Technology Governance function in United Overseas Bank. He also led the Technology Risk function in GIC from 2008 – 2013. In his earlier years, he was a Manager and had led a team of auditors in Information Technology in Ernst & Young. Thian Chin holds an Executive Masters (Cybersecurity) with Brown University, a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University and is an alumnus of the George C Marshall European Center for Security Studies. He is certified as a GICSP, CGEIT, CDPSE, CRISC, CISM, CISSP, CISA, and SABSA practitioner. In this podcast, Thian Chin shared some highlights* on cybersecurity and operational technology (OT) at the Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW 2021), and the OT Cybersecurity Expert Panel (OTCEP), organized by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore. Touching on cybersecurity incidents highlighted in the “Singapore Cyber Landscape 2020” such as ransomware and supply chain, he noted the increasing complexity of the threat landscape. He discussed some common perceptions of the cybersecurity professionals and the engineers running the operating infrastructure, including infrastructure “air gap” and cultural differences such as skills and language, and security goals (“CIA” - versus “SRP”). Referring to one of Singapore's largest cyber incidents in the CII sector, and the recent threats, he shared perspectives on how government policies such as the OT-ISAC, the OT Cybersecurity Code of Practice (updated in 2019) and the Cybersecurity Competency Framework (2021) help to boost cyber defenses. With the recent release of the “Singapore Cyber Security Strategy 2021”, he also several areas of focus for the CII cybersecurity ecosystem, including structuring an approach to managing supply chain risks and building cyber resiliency profiles. *also included highlights from OT-ISAC (Operational Technology Information Sharing and Analysis Centre) and ISACA Singapore Chapter Recorded: 15th October 2021 (SGT 8.30am)
Momentan ist ja ziemlich viel in Bewegung, gesellschaftlich, kulturell. Sachen entstehen, andere verschwinden. Wir hätten da mal einen kleinen Vorschlag, was gleich mal mit über Bord gehen sollte: Die Unterscheidung in E und U im Kulturbetrieb nämlich, wobei E für Ernst und U für Unterhaltung steht. Liegt nicht die hohe Kunst darin, das eine dem anderen unterzujubeln? Der Regisseur Sönke Wortmann unternimmt mit seiner Arbeit immer wieder Anläufe, dies zu tun. Bei ihm funktioniert es schon recht lange und - was nicht selbstverständlich ist - er ist auch kommerziell erfolgreich. er drehte "Kleine Haie", "Der bewegte Mann", "Das Superweib", "Das Wunder von Bern", "Frau Müller muss weg" oder zuletzt mit der Erfolgsserie "Charité". Der 62jährige lebt mit seiner Familie in Düsseldorf und hat jetzt zwei weitere Projekte am Start: Im Film "Contra" lässt er Christoph Maria Herbst mit der Macht des Wortes tanzen. Parallel dazu ist sein erster Roman erschienen: "Es gilt das gesprochene Wort" - ein Blick hinter die Kulissen des Außenministeriums. | Diese Podcast-Episode steht unter der Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.
V epizodi #64 je bil moj gost ponovno Aleš Ernst, učitelj in avtor metode AEQ. Dotakneva se tematik, kot so: Vzorci Odnos mama - sin Substituti v modernem svetu Cepivo in tveganje Posledice ne moči na družbenih omrežjih Dihanje na usta/nos z masko/brez AEQ izkušnje in športniki Balans med zavestjo in telesom med športniki Izgorelost in kronična utrujenost Antidepresivi in umetno stanje Meditacija in beg pred fizičnim svetom Družbena odgovornost in COVID 30-dnevni program AEQ ============================= Pridruži se kot podpornik kanala AIDEA
SPD, Grüne und FDP beginnen ihre Koalitionsverhandlungen. Lisa Caspari, stellvertretende Politik-Ressortleiterin von ZEIT ONLINE, berichtet im Podcast, welche Differenzen es noch zu überbrücken gilt – und wie lange es dauern könnte, bis eine Regierung steht. Die EU-Staats- und Regierungschefs treffen sich in Brüssel. Überschattet werden dürfte der Gipfel von den neuesten Streitigkeiten mit Polen. Droht ein weiterer EU-Austritt? Das ordnet Johanna Roth, Politik-Redakteurin bei ZEIT ONLINE, ein. Und sonst so? Braucht Frankreich einen größeren Personalausweis? Moderation und Produktion: Rita Lauter Mitarbeit/Redaktion: Anna-Lena Schlitt, Christina Felschen Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter email@example.com. Weitere Links zur Folge: Ampel-Sondierungspapier: Das soll Aufbruch sein? (https://www.zeit.de/politik/2021-10/ampel-sondierungspapier-finanzierung-kritik-koalition-verhandlungen-haushalt) Nach den Sondierungen: Ampel-Koalitionsverhandlungen starten am Donnerstag (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2021-10/ampel-koalition-verhandlung-berlin-scholz-olaf) Polexit: Nun geht es um alles (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2021-10/polexit-polen-pis-verfassungsgericht-urteil-eu-rechtsstreit-eugh-justiz) EU-Recht: Polen wirft der EU Erpressung vor (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2021-10/polen-eu-recht-sanktionen-ursula-von-der-leyen-kommission)
Selecting a real estate firm that can improve your life is very important when investing nowadays. Today, you'll be amazed by Daniel Croce as he shares how they create opportunities and help investors do more with their hard-earned capital. Stay tuned to learn more!Key Takeaways To Listen ForImportance of knowing the limitations of your skill set and your weaknessesHow to identify and develop your core competenciesBuilding your confidence from a community that believes in your successProviding access and reducing barriers to people investing in real estateREIT vs private and closed-end funds How to make systems and processes more efficientAbout Daniel CroceDaniel Croce is co-founder and principal of Birgo and is primarily responsible for overseeing capital markets, investment strategy, and portfolio performance, in addition to various internal organizational functions. Prior to co-founding Birgo Capital, Daniel assembled and oversaw an independently syndicated portfolio of multifamily real estate investments. His experience in alternative investment management includes financial and strategic oversight of over $400 million in private fund assets, spanning the real estate, private debt, venture capital, and private equity asset classes. Daniel began his career with Ernst & Young in Pittsburgh.Daniel holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Arts from Grove City College.Connect with Daniel Website: Birgo Capital LinkedIn: Birgo CapitalFacebook: Birgo CapitaInstagram: @birgocapitalTwitter: @birgocapitalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Journalist and comic book writer Doug Ernst joins Wes to talk about the lack of alternatives in comics and entertainment. DC Comics and Marvel Comics used to have separate identities and gave comic books readers choice. Just four years ago Doug Ernst, a lifelong Marvel Comics reader, dropped Captain America for Super Sons. Marvel dropped the ball for years with Captain America, pushing a progressively further left agenda with the character. Superman represented a perfect to Cap. But times have changed rapidly. DC Comics in many ways has passed Marvel in pushing far-left political and social positions with their characters and stories. Much like the rest of entertainment and media. Leaving many comic book fans with no alternative in the mainstream. Don't miss this in-depth conversation between Doug Ernst and Wes about the lack of alternatives in comics and entertainment. Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!
In today's digital world, businesses are thinking differently about innovation, leveraging connectivity to create products that are traceable, sustainable and updateable throughout their life cycles. This latest Tech Directions podcast takes a closer look at how businesses are harnessing connected and sustainable products to revolutionise their supply chains, unlock data to create new growth opportunities, and meet increased customer demands and expectations. EY refers to the global organization, and may refer to one or more of the member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity. Ernst & Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients. The views of third parties set out in this publication are not necessarily the views of the global EY organization or its member firms. Moreover, they should be seen in the context of the time they were made.
Dikla Czaczkes Akselbrad is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of PolyPid, a global clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing, manufacturing, and commercializing novel, locally administered therapies to improve surgical outcomes. Before joining PolyPid seven years ago, she served as CFO at both Compugen and Packet Technologies and as Audit Manager at Ernst & Young Israel. She holds an MBA in Finance and a BA in Accounting & Economics, both from Tel Aviv University, and is a certified public accountant in Israel.
S2 E9 features The Lantern Network, a nonprofit organization assisting underrepresented, high-potential youth of color as they pursue their career goals. Students are coached academically and professionally, with access to a dedicated team of trainers, mentors, and recruiters, all of whom are there to connect the student with their greatest tools for success. Their vision is a bold and strong America where all people are valued by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. Tracy Davis, Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Lantern Network shares her personal journey and talks about the inspiration drawn from The Underground Railroad. Tracy describes the significance of their logo design, reminiscent of the quilts used to convey paths to freedom and the light from the lanterns that led slaves toward safe houses. She talks about the parallels and how today, The Lantern Network provides virtual safe houses that inspire, develop and propel Black youth toward economic freedom. About Tracy DavisTracy is an accomplished trainer, coach, speaker, and consultant with more than 20 years of experience driving change and performance improvement across multiple industries. She holds an incredible catalogue of experience, certifications and degrees. Collaborating with start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, she has worked with a number of household names such as Chevrolet, Ernst & Young, GE, McDonald's, Toyota and more.A great conversation with Tracy Davis about The Lantern Network.
How to expand in multifamily while still taking care of your investors with David Kamara and Nick Haraden. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterFor more educational content, visit our website at www.diaryofanapartmentinvestor.comInterested in investing with Four Oaks Capital? First step is to schedule a call with us. This episode originally aired on Oct. 8th, 2021----David KamaraDavid has over 15 years of real estate investment experience. He purchased his first duplex in 2006 and currently owns over 200 units and manages a portfolio of over 400 units. Over the past five years David has transitioned his single family and duplex/four-plex portfolio to focus on larger multi-family investment opportunities. David's latest transaction was a 75-unit purchased in Pascagoula, MS . David founded Cape Sierra Capital, an investment management company which focuses on B and C class, multi-family apartment communities in under-valued markets across the US Midwest and Southeast. Using his background in finance, consulting, operations and engineering David developed the Personal Cash Flow Formula which he used to achieve Financial Freedom and which he shares widely. David held senior leadership roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, and LM+CO (now part of BDO USA). David has also served as interim CIO for a $550M contract manufacturer of cosmetics among other management corporate roles. David received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He has a Masters in Liberal Arts from the University of Chicago and a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. David speaks five languages, enjoys snowboarding, dancing salsa, playing soccer and has completed 10 full marathons. David lives in Ann Arbor, MI with his wife and their four daughters.----Nick HaradenNicholas is the co-founder of Hudson Hall Properties LLC, managing a successful portfolio of properties in St. Louis, as well as a property management company in Los Angeles. Nicholas specializes in value-add real estate investments with a focus on creating maximum return from his assets.----Your host, Brian Briscoe, is a co-founder and principal in the real estate investing firm Four Oaks Capital. He and his team currently have 629 units worth $36 million in assets under management and are continuing to grow. He will retire as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps in 2021. Learn more about him and the Four Oaks team at www.fouroakscapital.com or contact him at email@example.com - be sure to let him know where you found him.Connect with him on LinkedIn or Facebook.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv> Check out our multifamily investing community!> The Tribe of Titans> Get exclusive access to the Four Oaks Team!> Find it at https://www.thetribeoftitans.info^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Organizations experienced a dramatic spike in cybersecurity risk triggered by the pandemic, largely due to a wholesale switch to remote working. Joram Borenstein, General Manager of Security Sales Strategy & GTM at Microsoft and Kris Lovejoy, EY Global Consulting Cybersecurity Leader, discuss why this increased scrutiny could herald a strategic turning point for the industry. EY refers to the global organization, and may refer to one or more of the member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity. Ernst & Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients. The views of third parties set out in this publication are not necessarily the views of the global EY organization or its member firms. Moreover, they should be seen in the context of the time they were made.
We talk to the remarkable Sam Ernst. He tells his story of instant success in the restaurant business followed by early failure in the entertainment industry and what he learned along the way.Sam explains his relationship with writing partner Jim Dunn, the benefit of working so closely with someone - particularly during the dark days - and their path to becoming a success.He tells us about the early breakthrough with Haven, how they were out of their depth and learning on the job, and how it took some frank advice to get them back on track after falling out of favor with the studio.An in-depth and honest discussion with a thoughtful and articulate writer, restauranteur and raconteur.