No capital? Start small and build your way to massive success. Sam Wilson's guest in this episode is Nico Salgado, the podcast host of Small Axe Communities. Nico shares with Sam how he's passionate about encouraging his listeners that you don't have to be rich to start. He had zero money when he began his journey in real estate. Join in the conversation as Nico shares valuable tips on how you can raise capital. Establishing solid relationships with investors and brokers is a must. And just because lenders wrote agreements on paper doesn't mean it's set in stone. If you want firsthand advice on starting small in real estate, this episode's for you. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://www.brickeninvestmentgroup.com/podcast
In this episode, I'm sharing my 5 top tips to think about when branding & launching your podcast. I share the most important elements of planning your podcast to from name, to your 4 brand pillars. Establishing a solid, clear branded podcast not only helps you stand out, but it helps your ideal listeners find you! Let's Connect! Join us over at https://bombshellbosslady.com Step 1: Watch my Free Brand Clarity Training to get the lessons I wish I had on creating a solid authentic brand when I started my business! Step 2: Schedule a Free Brand Clarity Session with me to get clarity on your God-given purpose, where He is calling you in THIS season, and get clear on your authentic story brand that attracts the clients who need your message! Step 3: Download 4 Steps to Clarify Your Passion & Purpose Workbook! Step 4: Join The Bombshell Boss Lady Facebook Group for a tribe of support as you grow this season! *Brand Clarity, Marketing Strategy, Mindset & Faith
The Halacha discusses three scenarios in which a Jew and a non-Jew establish a partnership in which the business will be open on Shabbat. The ideal arrangement is one in which they sign a contract before entering the partnership, stipulating that all of the profit earned on Shabbat belong to the non-Jew and the Jew will receive the profit earned on a specific other day.The second scenario is a case in which they did not write a contract and entered the partnership "stam", without stipulations with regard to Shabbat. However, it was tacitly understood that the non-Jew would be the one to work on Shabbat and the Jew would work a different day instead. In such a case, the Rama is lenient and permits splitting even the profit of Shabbat evenly, in the event of severe loss. Maran, however, did not bring this Halacha down, which indicates that he is machmir, and rules that it is forbidden. The third scenario is also a case where they did not make a contract before establishing the partnership. However, the non-Jew works every day of the week and the Jew only takes off on Shabbat. In such a case the Rama, based on the Ran, is lenient in the event of severe loss. The rationale is that the non-Jew is working on Shabbat on his own initiative. He is not considered the agent of the Jew to work on Shabbat, because he is not requesting a different vacation day in exchange. However, Maran did not bring this case down, which indicates that he prohibits splitting the profit.SUMMARYIf a Jew and non-Jew established a partnership to run a business on Shabbat without a contract, Sepharadim are prohibited to split the profit and Ashkenazim are permitted in the event of severe loss in a case in which:a. The non-Jew works on Shabbat in exchange for the Jew working a different dayb. The non-Jew works all the days of the week
"Crime policy ought to be guided by science rather than ideology, argue Hugh Barlow and Scott Decker in this incisive and original collection of essays. Establishing the value and importance of linking theory and practice, the contributors to Criminology and Public Policy provide a comprehensive treatment of the major theories in criminology and their implications for criminal justice, crime control, and the larger realm of justice. In applying theories to real world issues—such as reducing crime and violence, prisoner reentry policies, gang behavior, and treatment courts—the contributors take both a macro and micro level approach. They find, too, that it is often difficult to turn theory into practice. Still, the very attempt pushes the criminal justice system toward workable solutions rather than ideological approaches, an orientation the editors believe will lead to greater progress in combating one of our society's greatest difficulties. Contributors include: Robert Agnew, Ronald L. Akers, Gordon Bazemore, Ronald V. Clarke, J. Heith Copes, Frank Cullen, Marcus Felson, Marie Griffin, Scott Jacques, David Kauzlarich, Jean McGloin, Steven Messner, Alex Piquero, Nicole Leeper Piquero, Nancy Rodriguez, Richard B. Rosenfeld, Dawn Rothe, Andrea Schoepfer, Neal Shover, Cassia Spohn, Katherine Tellis, Charles Tittle, Richard Wright, and the editors." (For Educational and inspirational materials. The Creators own their content and music/songs).
00:35 - Making the transition from being the head coach of the USA Field Hockey national team to a coaching consultant.2:04 - What Chris has used from his coaching experience and implemented into consulting + what he would have done differently throughout his early career.3:41 - How coaches have received Chris' advice + how he identifies what kind of coaches he is coaching.7:05 - What Chris thinks are the most prevalent or frequent areas in which coaches can improve in.9:30 - “Checking for understanding”: a technique Chris uses to make sure that coaches are on the same page.13:54 - How Chris actively develops coaching skills by making them work harder to figure out through trial and error rather than through being lectured. 15:34 - Step by step process to make sure that all coaches are on the same page.17:07 - Making sure to focus and maintain the goal or core idea of the game/activity.21:12 - Key things coaches can do before a training session.22:22 - Establishing the purpose of the practice to maintain engagement and actively attempt to accomplish goals of that practice.23:49 - Importance of effective communication: implementing the best games or activities to get the standard/purpose of the purpose across to the players.25:09 - Should players be involved in the planning process of practices?26:57 - Benefits of letting players be included in this coaching process.27:18 - Importance of letting go of your ego for the purpose of this process.Get CYBO the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098630904Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/coachyourbrainsout
Establishing a business partnership with a non-Jew poses several complex Halachic issues. One might think that having a non-Jewish partner solves the problem of opening a business on Shabbat. However, on the contrary, it can create more problems than the other permitted arrangements. For example, if one contracts a non-Jew to perform a task on a per-job basis, the employee is not considered the agent of the Jew. The Jew did not require that the employee work on Shabbat, and if he chooses to do so, the Jew does not receive any benefit.This is not the case with regard to partnership. If, for example, a Jew is a fifty-fifty working partner with a non-Jew, both parties are obligated to operate the business. The partners are likely to agree to an exchange of shifts, in which the non-Jew would work on Shabbat instead of the Jew, in return for the Jew working on another day instead of the non-Jew. Such an arrangement is prohibited because, essentially, the Jew has deemed the non-Jew his agent to run the business on Shabbat in his stead.The Shulhan Aruch (Siman 245) rules that the easiest way to solve this problem is by signing a written, legally binding contract before establishing the partnership. The contract would stipulate that all profit earned on Shabbat belongs to the non-Jew and all the profit earned on another specific day of the week belongs to the Jew. The rest of the week they are equal partners. Accordingly, when the partnership was established, Shabbat was never a factor, since, essentially, the business does not belong to the Jew on Shabbat.If the partners did not create such an arrangement, the profit earned on Shabbat is forbidden to the Jew. This is the Halacha even if the partnership was not fifty-fifty.SUMMARYIt is permitted to make a legally-binding condition with a non-Jew, before establishing a business partnership, to give him the profit of Shabbat in return for the profit of a different day.If such an arrangement was not made before establishing the partnership, the Jew is prohibited from benefiting from the profit off Shabbat.
We get it. Every online business owner's goal is to earn from their sales through online shopping platforms such as Amazon. What if I say to you that you can triple your sales with just one tweak? Today, I have Amy Wees, a business coach and the CEO of Amazing at Home Business Consulting, to discuss how she teaches online brands to develop their products, market them through SEO, and earn a good profit on Amazon. Discover how to grow your business online, understand your marketing goals, product niche and competitors, and more! Click that play button now! Episode Highlights Growing your online business [3:36] Understanding your marketing goals and niche brand [8:15] Establishing relevant keywords of your brand [16:14] How to expand your niche with one product [21:45] Analysing your competitor and your market [25:26] Two different types of competitors [30:21] The importance of web footprint [32:48] Controlling your market [36:46] Good profit margin percentage [39:58] How to make your online business more prominent [48:24] About Our Guest: Amy Wees is the CEO of Amazing at Home Business Consulting. Her coaching focuses on helping brands develop unique products, validate them in the marketplace, a source at profitable margins, and launch them in E-Commerce with unique brand messaging, copywriting, and search engine optimisation. Resource Links: Buying Online Businesses Website (https://buyingonlinebusinesses.com) Download the Due Diligence Framework (https://buyingonlinebusinesses.com/freeresources/) Visit Niche Website Builders and get EXCLUSIVE OFFERS as a BOB listener (https://www.nichewebsite.builders/bob/) Check out Odys' great deals (http://odys.global/) Visit Amy's official website (https://www.amazingathome.com/) Go check out and listen to Amy's podcast (https://sellerroundtable.com/) Join Amy's Facebook Group to learn more about Amazon FBA and e-Commerce (https://www.facebook.com/groups/amazingathome/) Connect with Jaryd Krause of Buying Online Businesses: Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JarydKrause1 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ3g6G2USlnq7EgnUsajTBw See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hey Group Practice listeners! New podcast episode out today! This is a more vulnerable episode for me. In this episode I'm talking all about three times I've struggled as a leader, and how I've navigated those struggles. In this episode I cover: Navigating people pleasing urges as a leader Establishing boundaries and expectations with staff Addressing Culture Issues as a leader This episode is sponsored by TherapyNotes. TherapyNotes is an EHR software that helps behavioral health professionals manage their practice with confidence and efficiency. I use TherapyNotes in my own group practice and love its amazing support team, billing features, and scheduling capabilities. It serves us well as a large group practice owner. Do you ever wish for a financial therapist who could relieve you from the last few months' bookkeeping, talk you off the edge when you're running into issues with Quickbooks, or help you work through a profit plan for growth? GreenOak Accounting does just that! GreenOak Accounting is an accounting firm that specializes in working with group practices. Their value goes WAY beyond bookkeeping; they can help you get on track for financial success. Schedule a free consultation by going to http://greenoakaccounting.com/tgpe
Are you having trouble determining the effectiveness of your podcast? Check out this episode as Kerry Zarb shares her expertise on evaluating data and explains the importance of knowing your numbers to track and improve your performance. WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Critical numbers that matter in business Metrics that will help you understand your performance How to create a brand and monetize your podcast Where to find guests for your show Establishing the format and structure of the episodes RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Clubhouse MatchMaker.fm PodMatch PodBooker Interview Valet ABOUT KERRY ZARB Kerry Zarb always loved to speak, educate and pour into other people. Since the beginning of her first podcast in April 2020 and going down the DIY podcast path, she learned such amazing information and made many mistakes, which had led her to help others achieve their audio goals for both personal and professional stages. She is the Director of Dental Business Solutions - Business Support for Dental Professionals, Zinc Business Solutions - BAS agent/Bookkeeper, providing support to SME's from cash flow to budgets and all ATO compliance needs. Kerry is also Founder of BizNation, Small Business Community, a Podcast for Micro and Small Businesses requiring the 101's getting started or operating their business. CONNECT WITH KERRY Website: Kerry Zarb Podcast: BizNation Podcast CONNECT WITH US Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams!
In today's episode, Stacy sits down with Donnie Boivin, the CEO and Founder of the Success Champion family of companies. He is also the founder of the Badass Business Summit, and Events with an Edge. The two discuss Donnie's extensive experience in sales and how his Success Champion companies came to be. He also shares the Success Champion mindset, and why business owners should incorporate it into their professional lives. Donnie shares why he believes that you should find your niche and pick clients that you can do cocktails with. They also discuss the importance of establishing systems and processes (and why you should be open to adjusting them, as well.)
In 2016, Eli Harris co-founded his first startup — a pioneering portable energy storage company called EcoFlow. After a $25M acquisition deal fell through, Eli eventually sold his stake and was left unsure of his next move. Then, the pandemic hit. Sensing an opportunity to save lives while revolutionizing the $20B+ infection prevention industry, he joined forces with two of his mentors to found R-Zero. Just one year later, R-Zero's innovative technology is already in use in thousands of classrooms, restaurants, and small businesses, helping to pave the way to a new normal — one that's healthier and safer than ever before. In this episode, Eli will be sharing how he has been recovering and getting back ahead at the industry he's working in. This young entrepreneur is the epitome of getting back up and running ahead, even when he hit rock bottom at one point. This informative episode would incredibly inspire and get you going. Check it out! [00:01 – 09:58] Opening Segment I introduce our guest, Eli Harris Eli shows his battle scars during his start-up His journey and opportunities in Beijing, China Learning how to make drones and marketing it Creating an eco-friendly battery system Being pushed from a company you loved Getting the right therapists and coaches to help out Eli is back - Getting back to the arena Connect with Eli through the links below [09:59 – 26:55] How Eli Got Back Up and their Ground-breaking Projects Separation - Knowing who he is from his work Having the right people by his side to make opportunities possible Eli's peer mentors Establishing trust and sympathy with partners and peers Eli's current business and projects during COVID Infection protection through disinfection Modernizing the disinfection process in the industry Eli and his team are forerunners in creating real-time audit trails Ground-breaking proof of high-technology disinfection concept How is Eli evolving with his mindset with his current company Protecting one's self from the “rinse and repeat” and competitive mindset [26:56 - 38:08] Interesting Things we can Learn from Eli Entrepreneurship defined by Eli Harris The smart kids ought to lead On hitting the Rock-bottom Putting yourself out there because you have the opportunity Eli is still working through recovery - not yet over it Consider setbacks and struggles as your fuel Eli's current business and projects during COVID What to expect from Eli in the next 12 months Remember: Sleep and Exercise changes everything - take care of yourself! Final words Tweetable Quotes: “There's nothing to trade for good family and friends who love you no matter what, but they have emotional bias, because they know you. It is nice to have that level of objectivity or clinical-ness of a therapist or a psychiatrist.” - Eli Harris Connect with Eli through his website at https://rzero.com/ (https://rzero.com/) and follow him on https://www.linkedin.com/in/eli-harris-6a262164/ (LinkedIn) It's time to Stand Up, Show Up, and Level Up! Download The Success Finder on Apple and Google Play Store. You can connect with me, Brandon Straza, onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonstraza/ ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/brandonstraza/ ( Instagram), or send me an email athttps://firstname.lastname@example.org ( email@example.com). I'd love to get in touch and talk more about personal development and how you can live past beyond your limits.
The internet is brimming with different co-parenting information, forums and groups. Still, the problem is that a lot of the content can sometimes be unmonitored. Those already struggling in their co-parenting relationships can get more frustrated and hopeless without getting expert help tailored for their unique situations. In this episode, I will debunk three myths about co-parenting that make raising kids apart a big challenge for you. Top points you'll discover: Myth #1: "I need to get more information from podcasts, books and other resources to get the right co-parenting tool." This is a belief that will not serve you! It's not that you need more information, but what you need is the correct information from trusted sources. Myth #2: "I am not trying hard enough to compromise." Talk about trying to move a mountain with the tip of your finger. Staying on your side of the fence gets tricky if you are co-parenting with an ex who has narcissistic characteristics or perhaps is a sociopath. Compromise can get difficult. Instead, what to do is to reframe what give and take means to you (especially the kids) and always find a place to meet in the middle even while you have conflicting beliefs. Myth #3: "I need to be more firm or more loud or perhaps on the opposite side of the spectrum -- to be more quiet for things to fall into place." The co-parenting truth on this is that, unfortunately, neither will work for you. Establishing boundaries is crucial in minimizing unnecessary stress dealing with your ex. Stick primarily to the topic of your children and maintain respect to be able to work together as parents. Ask your questions to gain clarity and access the wisdom of reliable experts on Friday, October 22nd, for the CoParenting Apart Live Zoom Event. Register for FREE to get the Zoom link And access to the replay! www.coparentingsummit.com ____________________________________________________________ Connect with Wendy Sterling: Website: https://wendysterling.net/ Instagram: @divorcerehabwithwendy Twitter: @thedivorcerehab Facebook: @wendytsterling Need an opportunity to share your pain points and receive judgment-free support? Want to create a vision of a future after your divorce? Click here to schedule your Free Divorce Recovery Call: https://calendly.com/wendysterling/support-call-with-wendy?month=2021-07
In this new series, we discuss the importance of setting a family culture in your home. This starts with a marriage built upon a common mission but it continues into developing healthy family dynamics and rhythms. In this episode, we address the issue of having a family that's busy but not connected. We also talk about why it's important to put a stop to "performance culture" in your home. Donate to this ministry at https://www.ryancoleempowerment.com/giving Purchase our book on dating and marriage now at https://www.ryancoleempowerment.com/store/iloveyoumore Follow us on social media: https://www.instagram.com/moremostforever/ https://www.viktoriyacole.com/home https://www.facebook.com/ryancoleempowerment https://www.facebook.com/coleture https://www.instagram.com/ryancoleempowerment/ https://www.instagram.com/viktoriyacole/ #NeededConversations #marriagewithamission #familyculture --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neededconversations/message
Today I discuss my work as chief medical officer. I spent 14 years as a senior hospital executive. There was a lot to like about that job. More than I can cover in one podcast episode. I presented the positive aspects of a hospital management career in Podcast Episode #20. But today, I'll focus on some of the specific projects I worked on and the directors who I worked with. I think it will give you a better idea of what a CMO does. I hope it will inspire you to consider a hospital management career. For those NOT considering such a career, you should listen anyway, because what I'll describe applies to a senior leadership position in almost any industry – even in your own business. I will start by listing the six assignments I want to describe today. Notice that I call them assignments because they represent a combination of the work with a specific department and its director, PLUS one or more of specific projects that we worked on together. For 2 of the 6, there was no distinct director to mention, for reasons I will explain when I get to those assignments. Here is the list of the 6 assignments… Leading the CME program, supporting the residency program start-up, and working with Lisa Zipsie, Director of Physicians Services. Selecting and implementing the first Quality Management Program, achieving Top 100 Hospital Status, and working with Mary Schore, QI Director. Implementing the hospital's first Lean Process Improvement Initiative and working with Stephanie Mitchell, Director of the Laboratory. Overseeing the implementation of physician order entry and the medication safety program and working with Jim Shafer, Pharmacy Director. Establishing the first hospitalist service. Recruiting physicians, purchasing local physician practices, and leading the medical group during its growth to the dominant multispecialty group in the county. For the details of each assignment, you must listen to the episode or read the transcript included in the show notes. You can find the show notes for today's episode at nonclinicalphysicians.com/assigments-of-a-hospital-cmo If you'd like to join my Nonclinical Mastermind Group, you can learn about it at nonclinicalphysicians.com/mastermind. Get an updated edition of the FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Get a list of 70 nontraditional jobs at nonclinicalphysicians.com/70jobs. Check out a FREE WEBINAR called Best Options for an Interesting and Secure Nonclinical Job at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freewebinar1
One of the topics that is fascinating is psychology. Applying psychology into building brands and creating something with great psychological effect to your target audience is a brand voice. Your brand voice is your direct way to communicate with your audience. Let's all learn more about it and how it can help increase your Amazon sales and with us Today, an awesome writer and brand voice expert, McClain Warren. In This Episode: [00:30] Welcoming the owner and founder of Write Buzz, McClain Warren. [02:00] What is a brand voice? [04:50] Psychology of brand and why it is important. [07:55] Targeting and establishing your audiences. [12:30] Establishing an avatar. [16:10] About helping a business that does not align to your philosophy. [17:30] Resonating on people's emotions. [24:40] How does it look like working with Write Buzz? Guest Links and Reference: WEBSITE: http://www.yourwritebuzz.com Book Reference: Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/
How do you make sure you are conducting yourself appropriately with clients and prospects at events? How do you adjust your approach between in-person and virtual events? In this episode, referral coach Bill Cates and MDRT member Tristan Karl Robert Hartey share how you can utilize a variety of events to expand your practice. Episode breakdown: 0:32 – Benefiting from virtual events and developing business friendship 2:45 – Establishing comfort levels for an event 5:02 – Nuances involved in managing these relationships 8:20 – Remembering to have patience and build trust 11:32 – The benefit of small events vs. large events 15:48 – Learning from mistakes at past events 18:45 – Applying these lessons to virtual events
Join us as our host Shannon Penrod covers Establishing Operation for the jargon of the day. Then, Shannon is joined again by one of our favorite returning guests, Locke & Key actor Coby Bird! Don't miss it! Season 2 of Locke & Key out October 22, 2021! 7:12 Jargon of the Day - Establishing Operation 8:33 Establishing Operation - Actual Definition 9:40 Establishing Definition - Working Definition 15:00 Question of the Day - What has the potential to ruin your whole day? 15:53 Topic of the Week - Being a good teacher 18:20 Coby Bird joins us to discuss his new hobbies, what it was like working with the cast of Locke and Key and more! 1:00:30 Tomorrow on Autism Live Instagram: @thecobybird Twitter: @thecobybird Facebook: Coby Bird Locke and Key on Netflix
Join us as our host Shannon Penrod covers Establishing Operation for the jargon of the day. Then, Shannon is joined again by one of our favorite returning guests, Locke & Key actor Coby Bird! Don't miss it! Season 2 of Locke & Key out October 22, 2021! 7:12 Jargon of the Day - Establishing Operation 8:33 Establishing Operation - Actual Definition 9:40 Establishing Definition - Working Definition 15:00 Question of the Day - What has the potential to ruin your whole day? 15:53 Topic of the Week - Being a good teacher 18:20 Coby Bird joins us to discuss his new hobbies, what it was like working with the cast of Locke and Key and more! 1:00:30 Tomorrow on Autism Live
In order to have a successful working relationship with anyone, you need guiding ground rules. You need employee policies and agreements, and boundaries have to be established, especially when you're working with family. It can feel unnecessary to enact these formal arrangements with those close to us, and yet it's even more important to have them when you're navigating the relationships that mean the most. In this episode of The Art Biz, I talk with Trudy Rice about her working relationship with a family member. Trudy reflects on what her business was like before her sister Jenny started helping her, the specific tasks that Jenny is responsible for, and how they structure their business partnership to make sure each is happy and fulfilled. Highlights The point at which Trudy realized she needed help in her art business. (2:20) Why hiring her sister was a perfect fit for Trudy. (6:17) Writing a job description for a relative—or any employee—is an essential first step. (9:00) Establishing an appropriate pay rate to compensate for the skills your new hire brings to your business. (11:48) Structuring a typical week when you're scheduling more than just yourself. (15:20) Maintaining your voice when someone else is writing your social media posts. (21:24) Communicating effectively in between weekly meetings. (24:01) What Trudy wishes she had known before hiring her sister as her assistant. (28:25) Identifying the areas that would allow you to accomplish more if you turned them over to someone else. (32:24) Trudy's advice to anyone that is considering hiring help. (34:54) A look at what is coming up next in Trudy's studio. (37:18) Mentioned Loomly Asana Creative Market Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments Grow Your List program at Art Biz Success Free e-course: 31 People Who Can Help Sell Your Art Guest Bio Artist and entrepreneur Trudy Rice has been a professional artist for more than 10 years. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Trudy has a diverse business consisting of original artworks on paper, paintings, commissions, large projects, wallpaper, and linen homewares. Her artworks are inspired by our natural world, particularly flora and fauna. Her works on paper and paintings are created with mindful observation, the initial drawings are etched in the very sun and water from which the original specimens are found. First posted: https://artbizsuccess.com/working-with-relatives-podcast
Leaving a positive legacy should be something we all strive for... the problem is that it's not something we can do in a moment, day, or week. Leaving a legacy is the culmination of our decisions, conversations, and actions over the course of a lifetime.We have to determine now how we want to be remembered then. Show notes can be found at themyc.org
As we continue to withstand the uncertainty and unease in the world around us, it is so important to establish (or reestablish) routines in your daily life that create a foundation for physical, emotional, and energetic health. In this episode, I touch on some of the most important things you can get disciplined about doing so that you start and end each day with some semblance of stability. Anchoring yourself in healthy habits and small rituals can help you feel some continuity in a world that is providing very little right now. Mediation, exercise, healthy eating, and deep sleep will give you more resilience and flexibility to flow with the waves of disappointment, frustration, and burn-out that you may be experiencing. We are enduring and expanding into an incredible revolutionary time in humanity, but that doesn't mean it's easy to comfortable. Support yourself—and ask for help when needed—so you can show up fully for yourself and others in these trying times. My upcoming offerings:Harmonic Breath: a breathwork workshop to support energetic release on Sunday, Oct 17 at 4 PM (PST).NEW TIME for my weekly Energetic Tune-up session on Soul Tribe Online! Now on Mondays at 5:30 pm PST we spend 45 - 5- minutes tuning in to ourselves and tuning up our energetic fields through movement, breath, and healing. Recordings are available for those who can't join live.Monthly TES Collective healing and energy activations sessions: November 19, Full moon Lunar Eclipse in TaurusDecember 4, New moon Solar Eclipse in SagittariusShop Sage Moon and you'll see some of the beautiful pieces she mentioned in the conversation.Check out the sustainable yoga products at shaktiwarriorshop.com and use the promo code WARRIORSUSAN at checkout for 10% off. Get updates about my offerings directly to your inbox by signing up for my newsletter. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter your email address.To help support the show, please tell a friend, share on social media, subscribe, rate, and review on your favorite podcast platform.
Men and women of the Bible didn't possess superhuman qualities; they were ordinary people, just like us. So where did Nehemiah, a cupbearer, find the courage to face an extreme challenge? Hear the answer on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. Listen...
Most of us have faced trials that threatened to break us. The same was true for Nehemiah and God's people in ancient days as well. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg considers how and why Nehemiah's response to hard times made such a difference. Listen...
When it comes to pricing your coaching programs, we often find that coaches struggle with knowing where to start when they first come out of school and then when they should raise their prices once they get some experience under their belt. That's why we are bringing back this very important episode. Back when we were health coaches, we developed a systematic approach to increasing prices that worked like a charm. Having a successful business doesn't always mean you have the lowest priced program and services. Actually, the opposite is often true depending on the dream clients you're trying to enroll in your programs. That's why having a simple formula to fall back on takes all the guess work out of how often and how much to increase your prices over time. In this episode you will discover: How to evaluate your starting point based on your past experience with your ideal clients How to figure out pricing if you're a new health coach and haven't had any clients yet Establishing a starting price point for your coaching services How to consistently raise your prices systematically without pricing yourself out of the market If you've wondered how often you should raise your coaching prices and when you should do it, you'll want to tune into this episode. Links to Resources: Wellness Business Accelerator - www.wellnessbusinessaccelerator.com/ Karen's Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/emaillistbuildingforcoaches/ Karen's Instagram - www.instagram.com/karenpattock/ Kathleen's Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/healthcoachpeers/ Kathleen's Instagram - www.instagram.com/kathleenlegrys/ The Wellness Business Podcast Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/thewellnessbusinesspodcast/
Raven shares some of her past struggles with depression, and five things she learned to start doing in therapy to support mental health. Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squaredpod https://twitter.com/I_SquaredPod Facebook page http://www.fb.me/ISquaredPod Discussion Summary: 00:13: The increased focus on mental health, personal experience with mental illness, and plugging Common Ground's crisis line. 03:26: Acknowledge, express, and process your pain. 09:08: Make time for playtime without shaming yourself. 11:26: Setting healthy boundaries. 21:11: Take time to focus on what you can do. 22:52: Establishing positive triggers. 26:00: Outro. Learn more! Positive Triggers: What They Are and How to Use Them https://letsreachsuccess.com/positive-triggers/ Differences Between I-Messages & You-Messages https://oureverydaylife.com/differences-between-imessages-youmessages-8332063.html
Today, our expert guest is the returning Ron Carucci, a two-time TedX speaker, bestselling author of nine books (including his most recent, To Be Honest), and a popular contributor at Harvard Business Review and Forbes. Ron Carucci is also the co-founder and managing partner at Navalent, working with CEOs and executives pursuing transformational change for their organizations, leaders, and industries. He has a thirty year track record helping some of the world's most influential executives tackle challenges of strategy, organization, and leadership. In addition to his regular contributions at Harvard Business Review and Forbes, Ron has also been featured in Fortune, CEO Magazine, Business Insider, MSNBC, Business Week, Smart Business, and Thought Leaders. We feel incredibly lucky to have him here with us today, teaching us unbelievably valuable and inspiring ways to succeed in leadership. In the last few years, our trust in leaders has been in freefall. Whether in the corporate, nonprofit, or political space, we're all starved for truth and honesty in the people that lead us. We're growing increasingly dissatisfied with dishonesty – and the explanations given when that dishonesty is uncovered. How can we do better? Ron set out to study and see if we can predict under what conditions people would tell the truth, behave fairly, and serve the greater good, and what conditions would lead to people lying, cheating, and serving their own interests. If we can predict that, we can create environments where people can be their true selves, thrive, and do their best work. And he found that we can. There are four predictors within an organization that will accurately predict whether or not people will behave: Honesty in your identity: Are you who you say you are? We all make statements about ourselves, and if those statements match our actions and remain consistent, then those around us are up to three times more likely to tell the truth and behave honestly. If there's a mismatch, or the statements are just words but don't seem to be reflected in reality, then you are three times more likely to have people lie, cheat, and serve their own interests first. Accountability: If your accountability systems are grounded in justice and dignity, you are up to four times more likely to have people tell the truth or behave fairly. But if your workplace feels demeaning, degrading, or categorically unfair, you are four times as likely to see people lie and cheat. Decision-Making: If there is transparency about the information and data that's being presented to the company, trust that it is honest, and that all voices are welcome, then you are three and a half times as likely to see people behaving honestly. If it is more about collusion or orchestrative theater to get people to agree with a specific idea, then you are three and a half times more likely to see people lie. Border Wars: If, at the seams of your organization, there is a great relationship of collaboration and healthy conflict resolution and collaboration, you are six times more likely to see people tell the truth and behave fairly. If there are unresolved border wars where people are pointing fingers, where there are unresolved conflicts, you are fragmenting the truth of the organization and are six times as likely to have people lie and cheat. Establishing trust within an organization is paramount to its success. It starts with the leader and it goes down to the individual employees. Each of these predictors can create a halo effect which boosts the others, so start by figuring out where you stand, sit down with your mission statement, and ask yourself and your employees “How can we live this better?” When you do that, you're on your way to creating the right culture. The Biggest Helping: Today's Most Important Takeaway “Honesty is not a character trait. Honesty is a muscle. And if you want to be good at it you have to work at it. It's no different than going to a gym and bench pressing 500. You don't start with that, you bench press 50 first. If you want to be known as somebody people should trust, somebody that people can rely on, if you want to be somebody people want to follow and emulate, you have to work at that every day, so build the muscle of honesty, and keep building it to keep it strong.” -- Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life. Resources: navalent.com tobehonest.net Find all of Ron's books HERE Twitter: @RonCarucci LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/navalent Ep. 68: Succeeding In Power | with Ron Carucci The Daily Helping is produced by Crate Media
Jude Southerland Kessler, the world's leading authority on the life of John Lennon, will release Volume 5 in "The John Lennon Series" titled "Shades of Life Part 1"."Shades of Life Part 1" follows The Beatles through the first half of 1965, including the making of the "Help!" movie and soundtrack, their European Tour, The Beatles' MBE nomination and the first fissure in The Beatles unity as Paul McCartney records his solo song, "Yesterday." The year would also see John Lennon publishing his second book of poetry and prose - "A Spaniard in the Works", and struggling with staid, married life in the stockbroker belt. Kessler's John Lennon Series takes readers chronologically through his life. The first four volumes - "Shoulda Been There", "Shivering Inside", "She Loves You" and "Should Have Known Better". With a personal library of over 500 Beatles-related books and multi-media resources, Kessler undertook seven trips to Liverpool, England to interview Lennon's childhood friends, early band members, art college mates, and business associates before embarking on writing the series, which is told in a narrative history format and heavily documented.Kessler completed high school in three years and when “she was just seventeen,” she went on to Northwestern State University, Louisana, where she earned two degrees (English and history) in three years. She immediately won a graduate assistantship to The University of Maryland in 1974 and received her master's degree in English in 1976. She's taught on the junior high and high school levels and was an English instructor at The University of Maryland and Troy State University, Alabama. Kessler also has a paralegal degree in Law Research.In 1986, Kessler began her research into The John Lennon Series, a 9-volume work on the life of John Lennon. Establishing a reputation as the leading Lennon expert, Kessler began speaking to organizations across the United States writing for the Kansas City Beatlefan magazine. She's interviewed U.S.-residing Beatles figures such as May Pang, George Harrison's sister, Louise; reporter Larry Kane, Angie and Ruth McCartney, and journalist Ivor Davis.Kesller hosts “The John Lennon Hour” on BeatlesARama Radio and BlogTalk Radio, and she's been featured on BBC's “Up All Night,” Rod Quinn's ABC Radio “Up All Night” from Australia, May Pang & Cynthia Neilsen's “Dinner Specials” among many other radio and personal appearances. She currently co-hosts the Podcast "She Said, She Said," with author Lanea Stagg.Purchase a copy of Jude's book "Shades Of Live Part 1" along with the rest of her book in the John Lennon Series go to her website: https://www.johnlennonseries.comListen to a playlist of the music discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/42XRQ4wfoOwTBw9UESaeQv?si=11119df6622947e7The Booked On Rock Website: https://www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:email@example.comSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent book store here: https://www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderThe Booked On Rock Theme Song: “Whoosh” by Crowander [ https://freemusicarchive.org/music/crowander]
In episode #1 of tastytrade's Building a Portfolio Crash Course, we establish our portfolio targets in portfolio theta and portfolio delta. The first thing we want to do when building our portfolio is figure out what value do we want to place on overall time decay, and what directional bias do we want to have in the overall market? Once we have these two metrics determined at the portfolio level, building out the rest of the portfolio becomes far simpler and more objective. If you have questions about anything in this episode, or anything options related at all, please reach out on Twitter @jschultzf3!
⚡Constantin Kogan joins Lou Kerner, Partner at Blockchain Coinvestors and Head Crypto Analyst at Quantum Economics. In the past, the guest performed as a Vice President at Goldman Sachs, President at Bolt Media, Co-Founder at CryptoOracle, and CryptoMondays.
Finding PEACE in the SIMPLEST TIMES is EVERYTHING. If you ever wanted more peace in your life then do we have the Kind, Gentle, Easy, and Good show for you. Today's world is COMPLEX, with complex problems, situations, inputs and more - in the hardest times it's always best to come back to the BASICS to ground and center ourselves. This episode is about all thing's kind, easy, gentle, and good. We talk about finding peace, going back to basics, and breathing deep no matter where you're at. Tune in as we talk ALL things self centering, breathing deep and coming back to the basics of a gentle, easy life. Plus we'll talk about magical mystical school, continuing to Alabama, Rock hearts at Kachina, wedding vows, Vancouver PCR, cold water swims, and what in the world a tree named Olga, has to do with anything! To find out more visit: https://www.fireitupwithcj.com/ https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's new book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/ We've got NEW Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/ Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow
Welcome back to the Creative Capital Podcast with Josh Ferrari! In this episode, I welcome Nicole Gauthier! Nicole is the Founder of Wicked Holdings, happily married, and a mommy to 2 amazing kids. Nicole holds a Bachelor's degree in Business from the University of Houston with a concentration in Finance (2015) and graduated from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology with a degree in Financial Services. She first began her career as an Accountant in the Oil and Gas industry, yet after becoming a mom realized her schedule would not fit motherhood. She set out on a path to find her true purpose outside of her home – real estate was it! Her journey has allowed her the ability to combine what she loves into one big bundle and take others along for the ride with her. She currently holds 3 personal properties and she's passively investing in 148 units. In this episode, Nicole talks about how she overcame her fears through BRRRR. She talks about the biggest lessons she learned from her BRRRR deals and how she was able to raise almost $800,000 of capital in 30 days. She also talks about the importance of sticking with things and persistence as you try to get closer to your goals. Listen in! [00:01 - 09:51] Introduction An overview of the episode Welcoming Nicole to the show What is BRRRR? Nicole shares her background She talks about her company, Wicked Holdings [09:52 - 21:37] Overcoming Your Fears in Real Estate Nicole's fears going into the real estate industry Fear of the unknown and making a mistake How networking helped her overcome her fears Nicole talks about her current portfolio The BRRR deal she's currently doing What she learned from her BRRR deal [21:38 - 36:20] The Best Way to Learn Something in Real Estate is by Doing It Making a social impact through real estate Helping single moms in abusive and adverse situations How Nicole's ‘why' motivates her to overcome her fears How you can overcome the fears that you have Get past the analysis paralysis stage The best way to learn is to do it The biggest lesson Nicole learned from doing BRRR Bathrooms, permits, coating, and electrical panels Other challenges in the real estate investing world [36:21 - 47:40] Lessons on Raising Capital Nicole on raising $794,000 in 30 days Establishing important relationships The importance of sticking with things How Nicole approaches conversations with investors Nicole on growing her network [47:41 - 55:08] The Pod Decks Segment Apple or Android? Who can you impersonate really well? What is the funniest name you can think of for a pet? [55:09 - 01:06:46] The Core Four What is your favorite real estate-related book? Rich Dad Poor Dad (link below) What do you think your unique skill is that helped you become successful? Persistence and the ability to fight through challenges Tell me something that's true about real estate that almost nobody agrees with you on Your primary residence is not your biggest asset What one piece of advice would you give the listeners wanting to succeed in real estate investing? Just keep going! Connect with Nicole! A summary of the episode Closing words Key Quotes: “I envision myself walking up a hill and having people on my back and I'm trying to bring them along with me. It's a huge driver because as much as I don't ever want to let myself down, I also even more importantly don't want to let others down either.” - Nicole Gauthier “The best way to learn is just to do. Of course, you can read books that educate you and you can become more familiar with different strategies and topics and stuff, but the best way to learn is by getting out there and just freaking doing it.” - Nicole Gauthier “It's important to stick with things and people will see that part of you as well, and they'll really grow to admire and see that as an accomplishment for you, even if you don't see it yourself at the time.” - Nicole Gauthier “Keep going! It's not an easy road, but it's worth it when you start to see the benefits and some of those goals that you've made coming to fruition.” - Nicole Gauthier Resources Mentioned: Rich Dad Poor Dad Connect with Nicole on LinkedIn! You can reach and connect with me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Youtube For more information about Ferrari Capital visit us on our website https://www.ferraricapital.com SUBSCRIBE to this podcast for more episodes on how to create your own future through smart and lucrative investments. LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW and share this podcast with someone you know who wants to experience massive growth and success in their business. Listen to our previous episodes here
This episode resumes the conversation with Dr. Graham Taylor and Congressmen Chris Stewart and Seth Moulton. In our last episode, we discussed the role each of these congressmen played in the creation of this new program, the importance and willingness to deal with mental health struggles, their goals and benefits they anticipate with the new hotline number and what it can provide and advocate for mental health. We'll resume today's talk by discussing the details and services available with this new 988 3-digit crisis hotline number and how this service can open conversations about mental wellness. This national hotline will help reduce suicide rates and ideally provide specific responses for those in a mental health crisis. And subsequently we're going to anticipate better outcomes for those with mental health needs. While the 988 3-digit number is not established yet, it is scheduled to deploy in 2022. For more information about 988 3-digit hotline, please visit: https://www.fcc.gov/suicide-prevention-hotline or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ If you are in a Crisis and need help, please call: SAMSHA National Helpline 1-800-622-HELP (4357) or by texting TalkWithUs to 66746, for Veterans please text, 838255, or visit: https://www.samhsa.gov/ Help prevent suicide with the National Suicide Prevention 24/7 Lifeline, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
*This episode is brought to you by Kensington's newest title from Shelly Laurenston, Breaking Badger.Summary:New York Times Bestselling author Tessa Bailey joins Kelly to discuss her latest release, the "Schitt's Creek"-inspired romance, It Happened One Summer. Other discussion topics include staying true to yourself in your writing, growing older (NOT old) alongside your characters, and learning to embrace "zoom culture" in 2020. Plus, a sneak peek at Tessa's next project with Avon!Guest:Tessa BaileyIG: @tessabaileyisanauthorTiktok: @authortessabaileyShow Notes:- Sponsored ad for Breaking Badger by Shelly Laurenston (00:00:05 - 00:01:37)- You can catch Tessa and I in conversation with Burbank Public Library on their Summer Love panel (on YouTube)- Embracing "zoom culture" and understanding each other better - The professor who went viral on TikTok as a potato- Starting with (and revisiting) Tessa's first book, Protecting What's His (00:06:56)- Keeping the work to yourself in order to stay true to yourself- "If it turns you on, it's going to turn someone else on."- Establishing trust with an editor who knows your limits for criticism (00:16:13)- Writing/Publishing outside of your comfort zone: from lifeguards to vampires- Aging up with your characters - Tessa's latest release, It Happened One Summer, and the binge-worthy TV show that inspired it (00:25:08)- Meet you in Westport, WA?- The benefits and challenges to writing a small town romance in a REAL small town (00:31:03)- Getting called out by comedians... Bo Burnham vs. Bill Burr - Creating art, making moves, and "rearranging the cards" in 2020- What if a man said and did everything he meant...? Enter Brendan.- The process of writing steamy scenes (00:51:39) - Next up: tackling toxic masculinity in Hook, Line, and Sinker (March 1st, 2022 release)- A future time travel romance?Books, Authors, & TV Shows Mentioned:Historical Romance Authors: Kerrigan Byrne & Sarah MacLean"Schitt's Creek" (Netflix)"Ted Lasso" (Apple TV+)"White Woman's Instagram" by Bo Burnham (from "Inside" on Netflix)Karen Marie Moning's Highlander series - listen to our review of Spell of the Highlander*Use the promo code BOOBIES10 for 10% off your first Steam Box order* Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.*Boobies & Noobies is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at Frolic.media/podcasts*
In this episode, we talk about boundaries: how to establish them, how to respect them for ourselves and for others, and why they are so important in the creation and maintaining of healthy relationships.Rhea shares that one of her main obstacles in her dating/romantic life is setting boundaries, always being available to and making things easier for her date. Marilyn on the other hand talks about how her desire to be considered as a good person has made it difficult for her to establish boundaries. Through our stories we pinpoint how we can create boundaries all while being true to ourselves. Finally, we take a look at our own friendship and whether we respect each other's boundaries. We'd love to hear from you! How do you view boundaries? Is it easy for you to establish them or to respect them in others? Write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Instagram on @whoruntheworldpod. Also let us know what other topics you'd like us to discuss.We recently won the Comedy Gold Award at the International Women's Podcast Awards, and we spent the first few minutes of this podcast sharing with you our reactions. We are so incredibly grateful to you, our listeners, for listening to our episodes and for supporting us every way through. If you wish to support us even further, we ask that you consider donating to one of this charities helping our home country Lebanon as it navigates through a crippling crisis: Lebanese Red CrossBeit el BarakaOffre Joie
Have you heard of someone who goes through a life-changing experience and looks to change the world...not for themselves but for others? Roberta Lombardi is that wonder woman and on this episode of "Happiness through Hardship" - The Podcast she shares how to help women underserved and uninsured with the costly process of cancer treatment. Roberta is incredible. After her own cancer diagnosis in 2016, this eye-opening experience wasn't about making her life better, it was about truly helping others who didn't have access to the resources she did. And then she did something about it. As the Founder and President of Infinite Strength, Roberta helps struggling women figure out finances and resources during cancer treatment. Through this non-profit, she offers them hope and motivation to keep fighting even though the obstacles go way beyond treatment. On this episode she talks about how important it is to help, shares stories about making a difference and lists a few ways to assist those women in need dealing with cancer. SHOW NOTES 3:57 - Roberta is diagnosed 5:05 - Roberta realizes her bad day is never as bad as others 7:25 - A lightbulb went off and Roberta knew she had to help 8:22 - Roberta questions why she is still struggling despite finishing treatment 10:41 - Establishing the mission of Infinite Strength 12:23 - Roberta helps Sharon with her holiday wishes 19:18 - The emotional impact this had on Roberta, her own family and Sharon's family 20:33 - Roberta knows that she can do more 29:05 - Knowing the importance of having a strong community 30:20 - How you can help out and make a difference, even in small ways 33:59. - The little gestures that make a big impact 36:42 - Caryn and Roberta play The Grateful Game STORIES OF INFINITE STRENGTH IN HER WORDS Stories: https://www.infinitestrength.org/in-her-words WAYS YOU CAN HELP Buy and donate Wildfire Breast Cancer Magazine to your local hospital so that there's relevant and hopeful reading in the hospital waiting rooms: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/ Buy and donate "Happiness through Hardship" - A Cancer Guide and Journal for Patients and Caregivers to a local hospital: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/YRNBJNKRHK5Z5/checkout/32L5HPFZVIE7YJZJM3KCV57B Reach out to a local non-profit and see if you can volunteer your time, donate items or money: https://prettywellness.com/volunteering/ HELP FUND PROGRAMS for: +Less Fortunate Women Dealing with Cancer - Donate to Infinite Strength: By donating to Infinite Strength you will be giving a single mom the opportunity to pay her mortgage or rent while taking time off from work during treatment. You will insure her children can sleep in their bed at night: https://www.infinitestrength.org/donate +Help Fund Research Labs for Underfunded Stage IV Breast Cancer - Donate to The Cancer Couch Foundation: The Cancer Couch Foundation is a privately funded, non-profit organization that has helped put over 4-million dollars into metastatic breast cancer (MBC) research to date since 2016! 100% of donations and event proceeds are matched and go to fund MBC research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center! https://www.thecancercouch.com/donations.html CONNECT with Roberta and Infinite Strength Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strengthforhealing/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/strengthforhealing/ CONNECT with us: www.PrettyWellness.com/podcast - for more information on the podcast episodes www.PrettyWellness.com/cancer-resources - easily accessible cancer information www.Instagram.com/prettywellness - for daily wellness tips www.CarynSullivan.com - for more information on media, speaking engagements and book partnerships Our Social Media: www.Instagram.com/prettywellness www.Facebook.com/PrettyWellness www.Twitter.com/PrettyWellness To Buy the Book: Happiness through Hardship - The Book: amzn.to/39PAjuT
In 2020 our federal government responded to the growing mental health epidemic with the creation of the 988, a 3-digit national suicide prevention hotline specific for mental health crisis services. In our show today Dr. Graham Taylor is honored to speak with Congressman Chris Stewart of Utah and Congressman Seth Moulton of Massachusetts on the inspiration, creation, and hopes for this new national emergency number. Together they discuss the experiences in each of their lives that led to the inspiration of this idea, the willingness to address mental health struggles, and the roles each of the congressmen played in the creation of this new program. This was a bipartisan effort to establishing the hotline with the hopes of helping Americans get the help they need and advocating for mental health across the nation. The hotline is scheduled to deploy in 2022. For more information about 988 3-digit hotline, please visit: https://www.fcc.gov/suicide-prevention-hotline or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ If you are in a Crisis and need help, please call: SAMSHA National Helpline 1-800-622-HELP (4357) or by texting TalkWithUs to 66746, for Veterans please text, 838255, or visit: https://www.samhsa.gov/ Help prevent suicide with the National Suicide Prevention 24/7 Lifeline, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Host: Mindy McCulley, Extension Specialist for Instructional Support, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension, University of Kentucky Guests: Dr. Nichole Huff, Extension Specialist for Family Finance and Resource Management Creating goals for building savings is a great way to ensure that you actually do it! On this episode of Talking FACS, Dr. Nichole Huff shares tips and tricks for finding extra money to add to savings. She advocates for breaking down savings goals into manageable chunks. Special Edition Episode: MoneyWi$e 5, Season 4 For more information about MoneyWi$e habits, visit: MoneyWi$e Newsletter MoneyWi$e Website MoneyWi$e Facebook Page
When not trying new vegan recipes, Chelsea Grey (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cagrey/) is riding her Peloton or tracking her packages. At the time of recording, she was a senior congressional staffer in the House of Representatives, but has now transitioned back to Atlanta with the hopes of continuing her political career. For the last five years, she was covering policy on education, transportation, women and LGBTQ+ issues, foreign affairs, and much more. New York-born, Georgia-raised. By listening to this conversation with Chelsea, you'll learn about: - Being more than your resume - Establishing community - Making an impression in interviews - The problem with unpaid internships - Barriers to opportunity in government - The importance of equitable promotions and pay - Recognizing the unique experiences of underrepresented people in government - Representation on the Hill: getting better, still not great Twitter: @chelsgrey
How can you charge more for your services? What are the biggest shifts required to make that change? I believe the most crucial shifts are going to be external, practical ones--as opposed to internal, mindset ones--and today I share with you two key ways to set your sights higher and start earning more. Today, I talk about why you shouldn't charge too little or too much and how to find the balance. I discuss why external practical shifts are the most important ones. I talk about the value of need in finding the motivation to earn more, and I discuss the effectiveness of hanging out with people who are playing a bigger game and letting their influence rub off on you. “You don't know that you've got it in you until you need it.” “Once you've done it once, you realize you can do it a second time.” This week on Book Yourself Solid® Marketing For Coaches Podcast: The difference between overcharging and charging a lot How a need for money lights a fire under your ass Establishing a new normal with higher standards The importance of hanging out with people who are playing a much bigger game Mentioned Resources: Book Yourself Solid Five Things You Need To Do Every Morning To Get You More Clients In 60 Days Get More Clients in 60 Days! Did you know there are five simple things you can do each morning that can help you get more client enquiries, book yourself solid, and skyrocket your bottom line? My free e-book: Five Things You Need To Do Every Morning To Get You More Clients In 60 Days walks you through 5 easy, straight-forward, and effective marketing strategies that I recommend to every coach. These five simple techniques will almost guarantee you achieve increased impact, opportunity, and prospect flow. So, if you're ready to get more clients, reduce stress, and increase your bottom line, claim your free copy of the Five Things You Need To Do Every Morning To Get You More Clients in 60 Days by visiting my website. Get More Leads, Prospects & Clients Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Book Yourself Solid's Marketing for Coaches podcast, the show that talks about marketing...for coaches. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more coaches, like you. Join the Book Yourself Solid Facebook Group, follow me on Instagram and LinkedIn. And for more exclusive content and great freebies, visit my website.
Do you understand the history of time? Why do we view time the way we do?We have a problem with time: the majority of people spend it rather than investing it. They don't view it as their most valuable resource, and they don't hold it accountable to delivering a return – personally or professionally.Joe Sanok is going to help us understand why we view time the way that we do. Early in his career he began asking questions: Why work five days a week? Why not four? What would have to happen to make that possible? What could some of the hidden benefits be? Whether you choose to change the number of days you work is not the point of this conversation, but, rather, the point is to get you to challenge the way you currently view your time, how you spend it, and how you invest it.After hearing this conversation, see if you can identify ONE Thing, such that by doing it, would make investing your time easier or unnecessary. To learn more about the book that inspired this conversation, check out Thursday is the New Friday.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/pods.In this episode, you will learn...[03:08] Where Joe came up with the idea for the four-day work week[09:18] Why the seven-day week doesn't make sense[10:41] Why people don't challenge the status quo[13:10] Establishing what's right for you[15:28] Bringing structure to the time you're working[22:33] Protecting your time blocks[25:50] Honoring your own boundaries[30:24] Why time freedom mattersLinks & Tools From This Episodejoesanok.comthursdayisthenewfriday.com--Do you keep writing the same thing over and over in your emails?We're constantly sending the same email addresses, phone numbers, and replies to our coworkers and clients. Over time, the busywork really starts to add up. That's where TextExpander comes in. Whether you're writing on your computer, on your phone, in an email, or in an instant messaging app, TextExpander is always there to save you time.You can get 20% off your first year by visiting textexpander.com/podcast.--Want a peek inside the minds of masters?MasterClass lets you learn from the best, with exclusive access to online classes taught by masters of their craft. With over 75 different instructors across tons of categories, there is something for everyone. Find what matters most to you and make yourself even more productive and effective.Get 15% off the cost of the annual all-access pass by visiting masterclass.com/one.--Right now, we cannot be overwhelmed. We have to work to keep our loved ones safe and protect communities. We have to work to stay strong, to stay connected, to stay focused. We have to work to inspire, to innovate, to build new solutions. But for all of our efforts to work, we have to work together. ZipRecruit works to connect employers and people every day.Visit ziprecruiter.com/worktogether to find out more.
If an underlying lacks liquidity we will not execute a trade. For this reason it is the very first step taken when evaluating a potential position. Join Tom and Tony today as they cover what you need to know, to ensure that the needed liquidity is available.
If an underlying lacks liquidity we will not execute a trade. For this reason it is the very first step taken when evaluating a potential position. Join Tom and Tony today as they cover what you need to know, to ensure that the needed liquidity is available.
On this episode of The Built in Seattle Podcast, I talked with Gordon Hempton, CEO & Co-Founder at Spot.xyz.For more stories and lessons from startup life in Seattle, subscribe to my weekly emailEpisode HighlightsThe early decisions that helped Outreach thrive. Why he was determined to return to the early stage. The different problems between startup and scale-up.Why it can help to have nothing to lose.The importance of using your own products, drinking your own champagne.The process of relearning 8 years later.How to hire early engineers and how it's gotten harder.How childhood experiences influenced the vision for Spot. Why space and proximal awareness matters.The potential competitive advantage for remote teams.Why Remitly is Gordon's Seattle business role model.Why Manny Medina is Gordon's Seattle leadership role model.Where to follow Gordon:https://twitter.com/ghemptonhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ghempton/Where to follow Adam:https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamschoenfeld/https://twitter.com/schoenyFeedback? Suggestions on who to interview? Email me anytime - email@example.com