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    Haunted or Hoax
    34. Ghost Investigation Tools

    Haunted or Hoax

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 63:31


    This week we aren't exploring a new haunted location, rather we are looking into the equipment that they use when investigating! We go through some of the key tools of the trade and whether or not we think they're really worth the money in your wallet. Stay tuned for something special later this week!We'd appreciate it if you took a moment to help our podcast by rating and reviewing on apple and NOW on Spotify! Don't forget to check our show notes for our social links! Definitely check out our Instagram (@hauntedorhoaxpod). We post all photos and videos talked about in the show there!Haunted or Hoax Social Medias:WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookSources for this Episode:TELEVISION & MEDIA:[https://youtu.be/fF7OAjlsOzwWEBSITES:https://roadtrippers.com/magazine/ghost-hunting-gear-guide/https://www.newsweek.com/meet-ghost-adventures-friend-bill-chappell-paranormal-inventor-1513493?amp=1https://www.gosanangelo.com/story/news/local/2018/10/16/paranormal-ghost-hunters-tools-trade-gear-concho-valley/1533327002/https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/11/the-broken-technology-of-ghost-hunting/506627/https://www.ranker.com/list/debunking-ghost-hunting-technology/rachel-souerbryhttps://www.travelchannel.com/shows/ghost-adventures/photos/gear-guide

    Deep Woods Paranormal Podcast
    On this paranormal podcast we're talking ghosts, types of hauntings, are old buildings the only haunted structures and more.

    Deep Woods Paranormal Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:23


    On this paranormal podcast we're talking about the types of hauntings. Are old buildings the only haunted or can new structures and homes be haunted? Can believers and skeptics get along? What should I do before I start ghost hunting? On our podcast we talk about paranormal topics our viewers as us about, Bigfoot, UFO, Ghosts, Haunted locations, cryptid creatures and more. We also discuss paranormal or ghost hunting gear, we talk about our personal experiences from investigations and things we experienced. If it's paranormal in nature, we talk about it.We're happy to answer our fans' questions as long as it is on topic about the paranormal.Please like and subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcJeZGMuXLg_0VUVYkepQWg?sub_confirmation1We just never know what we're going to see, hear or experience at these locations we investigate. Be it a creepy, scary ghost or a demon who just wants us out of there or to do us harm. Seems like we're in the forest doing Bigfoot or sasquatch research or looking for other crypto creatures. Our paranormal journey takes us to lots of amazing locations and you just never know who we're going to meet or what we're going to experience.On investigations we use: Spirit Box, KII Meters, EMF Detectors, thermal imagers, camera traps, drones, night vision camera, DVR system and cameras, audio recorder, do EVP sessions, use digital cameras and more gear to try and document our experiences. We also do paranormal gear review., ghost hunting equipment review, Bigfoot gear review and UFO gear review.As paranormal investigators, we research some scary locations to look for ghosts and hauntings, demons and demonic haunts, other types of haunted locations, Skinwalkers, Wendigo research, Donkey Lady, cemeteries, poltergeist activity, historical locations, Bigfoot, Bigfoot sightings, Sasquatch, Sasquatch sightings, Dogman, Slender Man, other types of crypto creatures, UFOS and strange lights, river monsters, lake monsters and anything else paranormal in nature. We ghost hunt, do ghost hunting, Sasquatch research or Bigfoot research and search for other paranormal activity in many locations. We also research crypto activity or crypto creatures. Sometimes we shoot some scary videos in our paranormal investigations. We love being ghost hunters.We also make scary TikTok videos. Most are in the Top 10, Top 5 or higher. We can be found online by looking for Deep Woods Paranormal, Deep Woods Paranormal Texas or Deep Woods Paranormal Team.We also do podcasts, podcasting and video podcasting. We share scary stories, talk about horror stories and personal encounters along with anything else paranormal in nature.Making the paranormal, normal. Follow us as we investigate and document our experiences.If you would like to be a guest on the show and share your paranormal experience please contact us. Thanks for your support.Podcasts: https://www.spreaker.com/show/deep-woods-paranormal-podcastWebsite: https://lnkd.in/gzX7rxkFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/deepwoodsparaTwitter: https://lnkd.in/g3HEubjTikTok: https://lnkd.in/gC6DW6rLinkedIn: https://lnkd.in/eDfqDZZTumblr: https://lnkd.in/gVNMgN4Our store: https://www.deepwoodspara.com/shopGhost hunters full episodes, ghost stories, ghost hunters season.#Bigfoot #sasquatch #paranormal #paranormalactivity #hiking #camping #paranormaltiktok #outtakes #camp #walking #activity, #bigfoot, #box, #demon, #ghost, #haunting, #horror, #hunters, #hunting, #mysteries, #mystery, #paranormal, #podcast, #podcasting, #sasquatch, #scary, #spirit, #spirits, #stories, #unsolved

    IRI Growth Insights
    Fresh Perspectives with Jonna and Sally: Inspire Consumers with Their Definition of Value

    IRI Growth Insights

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 19:42


    Inflation is adding complexity to our relationship with fresh foods, but retailers, take note, people don't always run to the lowest-priced option. Sally Lyons Wyatt, IRI's EVP and Practice Leader, Client Insights, and Jonna Parker, principal of IRI's Fresh Center of Excellence, share innovative and effective strategies retailers and CPGs can employ to inspire consumers with real dollars and cents impact.

    RecTech: the Recruiting Technology Podcast

    Its time for another Rec Tech Demo Day. Come see 4 different recruiting technology vendors show off their platforms in rapid fine 10 minute demo slots.  Learn what's new to help you recruit faster and more effectively! 1. Goodseeker makes it easy to collect employee stories and job testimonials to reinforce EVP, promote work experiences, and prove culture claims. Combine stories with related jobs to give recruiters and advocates personalized content for talent attraction. 2. Talentcare is a full featured applicant tracking system. 3. FloCareer's flexible IaaS (Interview-as-a-Service) technical interview platform (via our 3000+ industry experts), leads to reduced time to hire, better candidates and improved client productivity.  4. Joveo: programmatic job advertising platform.

    On the Brink with Andi Simon
    319: Becca Powers Vaughn—There Is An Inner Command Center Inside Of You. Ready To Take Control?

    On the Brink with Andi Simon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 31:12


    Hear how to harness your inner CEO and prioritize your happiness  Are you the CEO of your life? What does that mean? In this podcast, I bring to you Becca Powers Vaughn. Her story, like those of so many women, is in part about discovering your own self-worth, in part realizing that you should not let others define who you are, and in part turning your purpose into something to benefit others. But this podcast is not just for women. Men, listen carefully. Becca's message is as relevant for you as it is for women. Why? So you can help women thrive in your personal and your professional life. A wise woman with a lot to teach us. Watch and listen to our conversation here Much to learn from Becca's “aha” moment She says it was not a very pretty moment, but one in which she had to stop the “blame and complain” game. If you are doing something like Becca was doing—blaming others for your limits or your difficulties—it is a good time to listen to this podcast and discover yourself. Becca also has a great book you should dig into: Harness Your Inner CEO: Rise Into Passion, Prosperity, and Empowerment. Three things that help empower women to become the best they can be: Look in the mirror and tell your mind that you are a beautiful woman. Your mind does exactly what it thinks you want it to do. So, what do you want it to do? I am serious. What do you want to feel, see and think so you can serve yourself? Your story is what holds you back, until you craft a story that opens doors for you. It is a good time to rethink you. How to get in touch with Becca Contact her via LinkedIn, Twitter, her website www.beccapowers.com or email her at Beccapowers1313@gmail.com. Also check out her portfolio: linktr.ee/beccapowers1313 Want to know more about taking care of yourself and being CEO of your life?  Blog: You Can Find Joy And Happiness In Turbulent Times! Podcast: Meg Nocero—Can You Feel Joy As You Rethink Your Life? Podcast: Stuck or Stalled? The Time is Right to Rethink Your Journey Additional resources for you My award-winning second book: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business My award-winning first book: On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Simon Associates Management Consultants    Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Good morning. Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. Hi, I'm Andi Simon, your host and your guide. And remember, my job is to get you off the brink. I don't want you stuck there, nobody's going to be stalled. What we need to do is help you. And I say these words very intentionally to help you see, feel and think in new ways so that you can change. And you know, your brain hates change. Sometimes it hates me for telling you you should change. But you also know that things aren't always exactly the way you want them to be but somehow the habits take over and your mind does exactly what it thinks you want it to do. Now we've got to change. So I have today a wonderful woman, Becca Powers Vaughn, and you're going to love listening to Becca's story. I have a hunch it may reflect many of our own stories. And then we're going to talk about things that matter to all of us, like how we change our balance and our work life? How do we really find success? What does that mean? Remember, we're meaning makers. Humans don't have any intrinsic value, so what is success? Are you there? Are you going? Is it a journey? Becca, thank you for joining me today. Becca Powers Vaughn: Yes, thank you for having me. Andi Simon: Tell the listener who is Becca, what's your journey, and then we'll talk about your book. Her book is Harness Your Inner CEO: Rise Into Passion, Prosperity, and Empowerment. We'll talk a little bit about that. But so many other things that she's learned as she's been on this journey. So, who is Becca? Becca Powers Vaughn: So I will introduce myself in the form of a story because I think that it'll help the listeners get a really good idea of where we're going to go with this conversation as well. A little bit about me. So my story starts on the bathroom floor, as far as wanting to help other women. And I'm going to explain that more in just a second. So I'm a 20-year career tech sales executive. I've worked for companies like Cisco, Dell and others. And in the course of my journey, I have sacrificed a lot. I am a mother of four. I have an 18-year-old and a 20-year-old and then an 18- and 20-year-old stepson and stepdaughter. My husband and I have raised a blended family for 12 years. In the pursuit of it all, I didn't have much work-life balance in some of those days. But I remember back in 2013, I was a regional sales manager for Dell. And as a leader, and you might relate to this Andi, hearing your podcast...I've listened to quite a few. But I have a firm belief that people need to come before profits. And while I was a sales leader at Dell, I got recruited by a company that had a very similar philosophy. And I wanted to jump at that opportunity. So I left Dell and in the process of resigning, my VP of sales at the time heard me say all this and said, instead of rejecting me or accepting me, he's like, "Becca, you are the CEO of your life and I'm so proud of you." Right, yeah. So at that moment, I was very empowered. I went into this new career and what ended up happening in this new new career is that I wasn't an exact fit. My leadership style was very different. And what I found out is that in not being fully accepted, because my style was different, instead of coming to terms with that myself, and questioning whether this is a fit for me or not, I stayed committed to this belief. And in doing so, even though it was noble and I think a lot of listeners can maybe relate to this, even though it was a noble cause before profits, what I was really doing was sacrificing my well-being in pursuit of this big thing that I thought was super important. And after three years of doing that, I ended up overextending myself, way too much to the point of extreme exhaustion. And at that point of extreme exhaustion, it was one night after a really bad day at work again, three years into this role, I put the kids to bed, doing all the things. I go to take my makeup off, and I fell to the floor with fatigue. And I always say, it was in my most powerless moment that I came in touch with my power. Andi Simon: You sound like Arianna Huffington, who discovered that self care isn't the afterthought. It has to be tough though, and I am laughing out loud because I remember trying to get my tenure and developing pneumonia so bad that it took me six months to get my health back. Why do we do this to ourselves? What did you discover? Becca Powers Vaughn: Well, I discovered that, and I have the goosebumps as you say that because this is exactly what I showed up to talk about. And I'm so glad there's a relationship going on. Because I think the reason that we do that is because we care, especially as women, we're very servant-based. We are used to taking care of multiple things. And so it's very natural for us to almost abandon ourselves in the pursuit of the things that we think are important to us. And I think that is a really important part of the message, because we beat ourselves up a lot as women. And it's like, Oh, how could I have done that? Or how can I not have seen that? And really, at the end of the day, how did I get on the bathroom floor? I got here because I cared? Yes, not because I didn't care. Andi Simon: I'm curious about when you got off the bathroom floor, which you clearly did, did you have that epiphany that said, Enough, I'm going someplace else, or did you push on and do it better, or changed within your life-work balance, or what was your epiphany? Becca Powers Vaughn: So my epiphany on the bathroom floor is going to tie into the beginning of the story when my VP told me I was the CEO of my life. I'm sitting there on the bathroom floor crying, in a state of powerlessness and brokenness. And then all of a sudden, I remember giving an exhale, like as if I was praying or calling out for help, I don't know, like, I can't power through another day. I just remember thinking this to my head, like, I don't know what to do. I'm feeling powerless. I don't know what to do. And all of a sudden, I call it my instant miracle, that conversation came back to my forefront. And I remember, it was almost like a whisper: "Becca, you are the CEO of your life." And I started giggling actually. I'm like, on the bathroom floor. And this moment of being a complete mess. And my emotions were telling me. It's okay to laugh. I started laughing at myself. And I'm like, Well, if I'm the CEO of my life, I shouldn't be crying on the bathroom floor. I have a lot more power than I think I do. So I rose off the bathroom floor a different woman than the one that went down. And that's how I came up with the title of the book, Harness Your Inner CEO, because it was about harnessing that energy. I'm the CEO of my life. I've got to look at my finances, I've got to look at my spiritual self. I've got to look at my emotional self, mental self, my physical self, and I'm responsible for it all. Andi Simon: So let me clarify, I didn't hear the title til you just said it. It's harnessing. I like that. Take charge because now you can begin to visualize, and we're visualizers, what it is that you have learned. But you want others to see that we're going to take charge of our total being, not a little, a whole thing. Please continue. Becca Powers Vaughn: That gave me the goosebumps again. I love this conversation. So yes. So then I was going to tie back into both the things we talked about: success without sacrifice and work-life balance. What I realized about work-life balance is, it really wasn't obtainable in the way that it was being fed to me by the media, and social and work environments and things along those lines. And then there was a way that I could go about success. It was more of a question, but I knew it was possible. And like, is there a way to go about chasing my success? Because there's a lot of things I love about my career, actually. But can I chase success without sacrifice? And so those became two themes that I really explored and got it out within myself. Andi Simon: And in the process, did you go on a journey? I'm asking because in my book, Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business, several of the women went off on journeys at that catalytic moment when what they were doing wasn't good. But what they wanted to do wasn't clear. And those journeys, whether they took them through Africa or Europe or wherever with a backpack, or taking time to think and wonder.  What did you find? Becca Powers Vaughn: Yes, so I did go on a journey. So my journey was about two years long, but what I think is unique about my journey is, I stayed exactly in my life. I was a mom and my kids were in middle school at the time. I didn't have time to go on sabbaticals or anything like that. But I realized I could go on a sabbatical within myself. And that's exactly what I did. So I did start evaluating whether that job was a fit or not. And as I started asking myself questions and understanding, I think one practical tip I can give listeners is that our bodies are going to tell us what's a fit. When things feel good, we feel relaxed, we feel butterflies, we get excited. When things aren't a fit, and we're still questioning, maybe it is, maybe it isn't, we're using logic to make it okay, our bodies will tell us. I've got a pain in my shoulder. I'm having headaches every night. And once I realized that those signs from my body were really symptoms of things not being a fit, I just kept exploring things that made me feel better. And I ended up in a new job a few months later. The one part I want to share before we pause and go back into conversation is that for me, I had to leave my own way. And what I mean by that is, I technically demoted myself. I went back to outside sales, to some sales professional. And in that, in that one move, I increased my income. I started having success without sacrifice. I found what work-life balance was for me. I was able to put down my phones and emails and dedications by 5:30. I ended up getting a sales territory for the Florida Keys because I'm in South Florida, and I had to drive down to the keys every three weeks. And now I had water on both sides of me with dolphins jumping in the water. Andi Simon: Your visual is so powerful because I truly believe there's a path through life, a little serendipity, but a lot of self-awareness, to your point. We decide with the heart and the eyes, not the head. And so if the audience hears about what you do, and how you do it, and it doesn't feel good every morning, you wake up without a smile on your face, you're on the wrong path. And you can stay on that line and keep pushing it. And Becca could tell you she could have, but there's something in your physical, emotional, human, being. You know how they talk about the gut. There really is a gut that's connected to what you're doing. Did you go searching for that? Or a job? Or did it find you? Becca Powers Vaughn: Thank you for asking that question because I get again the goosebumps. It is a very powerful thing when we finally stop powering through. Maybe it's surrender. That word was always kind of a complicated concept for me to fully grasp. But I do know that that's what happened in my moment on the bathroom floor the next day. And that's like, I have a saying: Admit when things are wrong or just admit when things aren't going right. The next morning, I called one of my work best friends. I was like, Jessie, I just need to tell you that this isn't working. And I ended up on the bathroom floor last night, but I'm empowered today. And the next thing I know, within four hours, she calls me with a job lead to the company I ended up leaving for. And so yes, it just fell into my lap within hours, within 24 hours. Andi Simon: But are we different from the rest of the world? Or are we just paying attention to it differently? I'm convinced that serendipity is one of your best resources. And sometimes you don't really know why something has happened, but you do know that something is happening. And if you can pause for a moment, and you have your house, you have your family, you know you have your husband, you have all these things going right, what's wrong? You want to say something? Becca Powers Vaughn: I'm nodding my head just because it was the pause. As women, I think we power through life as well. Women, I think one of our superpowers is our resilience and our ability to even set powerful intentions for ourselves, even though we can be going through hell. And just like the next day is, I got this, I'm going to show up as my best self. And it was in doing that too many times that I actually got stuck. And it was that power of the pause that allowed me to reevaluate everything. Andi Simon: It is interesting because we don't know where we're going but we do know as women who are aspirational, and career-minded, whatever that means. We could never be simply a stay-at-home mom. I had two daughters. They were 14 months apart. And three weeks after each of them, I was back in the classroom. I mean, that wasn't the way one should do it. But we are very intentional in some ways but not reflective in others. And I got my tenure. And I've been the EVP of a bank and I've been successful in my business for 20 years. But along the way, there have been aha moments like you have. For our listeners, think carefully about the aha moment the pandemic has offered you. I often preach: Never waste a crisis. This is not one that I would have ever anticipated or encouraged to find us, but don't waste it. Because if nothing else, on your bathroom floor, you have a moment now to really rethink the things that you're doing and how you're doing them. I'm seeing the Great Resignation, which is because people are back to work, and they're fine, but they just moved around in jobs. They also were catalysts for employers. You said, People before profits. What happened is the employees said, Us before you. Maybe there's a message here? So as you're moving along your own journey, where are you now? Where are you going? Becca Powers Vaughn: So that's an interesting question, because definitely life has unfolded. For me, in the most beautiful, magical, and to your point, unexpected ways. So after my two year journey of reestablishing what was important to me, reprioritizing, my career took off. In my highest position, I was an Operational Sales Director with 110 people under me and a $500 million annual number. What I realized is that it wasn't defining success. For me, success meant, I did like making money, but I also liked making an impact. And so I started finding roles that I felt I was able to deliver that impact, and they varied and the title. I realized that title was more something that fulfilled my ego rather than fulfilled my satisfaction. So I started chasing fulfillment and impact. As a result, I started making more money. As a result of feeling like I'm making an impact, and feeling more fulfilled, I started having what we want to call work-life balance. I had more passion in me. So even though I think I was working about the same hours, probably 40 to 50 hours a week, what I found is that my work changed. I started doing podcasts. I set times to make time to write a book. People are like, How do you write a book? You work full time, you've got kids, you got all this? Yeah, it mattered. And it happened. And it happened with ease. And it was quite delightful, actually. So where am I now? I am going back to Cisco. I was with Cisco for two years. And they recently recruited me back and I'm happily going back. I loved working there. Going as a Strategic Sales Lead and Solution Evangelist, which puts me in that place of impact and fulfillment. I'm sitting down to write my second book. I am starting my own podcast soon. And I'm vacationing and enjoying my life and just kind of able to have more without doing so much. It's a weird place to be. Andi Simon: But on the other side, nobody could tell you that. And while I do a lot of executive coaching, at the end of the day, we ask more questions, and we need help. Because if you can find the solution yourself, it's not a good solution. And if you're trying to do something someone else said we should do and imagining what those words mean, that means you have to be reflective, intentional, and willing to make a detour. Because we're on a journey or pathway, a ChangeMap. Sometimes the detours come up and you don't really know why they're there. But it's okay to make a left turn to try, or a right turn to see what's over there and taste. As you're looking at your next book and the current book, what have you discovered that you can help the listener learn from, or are there some illustrations that you want them to remember? People remember stories. Is there a story other than you being on the bathroom floor, which is a great story. And the things you're thinking about next, some stories to share? Becca Powers Vaughn: Well, one of the things is because I've been a corporate gal for 20 years, I really wanted to impact and explore burnout, but more so because that's really what happened. I ended up burnt out on the bathroom floor. So being an excavation artist and explorer, I wanted to understand what got me there. And I'm also a life coach. I had a Kundalini teacher so I've got some more hands. I do this and it's wanting to really kind of understand what's causing the Great Resignation. Why are people fed up? What's going on and all of that? So as I started serving people, this is a very interesting thing. I was like, Okay, what I understand about life coaching is that we overcompensate when we're trying to hide something. And so what is happening on an employee level that's causing this feeling of complete exhaustion? And what I came to understand is that I call it the unders in the overs, an employee first and they might not even be able to put their finger on it, but they're going to feel these unders. This means that somewhere in the organization, they are feeling undervalued, underappreciated, underpaid, underrecognized. Think feelings like that. And when these feelings go unaddressed, it starts triggering our deepest wounds, which is, I don't matter, I'm not safe, I'm not worthy, I'm not valuable. And when those feelings are triggered, we go into overcompensation, which in a work environment looks like overextending, overcommitting, overworking, overstressing and overwhelming. Those types of things. So that's really where I want to help people understand where this is coming from, because helping the individual understand it is really important. But I also want to help corporations understand it. I have been at Fortune 500s almost my entire career and I can say that they care. They just don't know how to do things. And so they're offering yoga classes and things that are very surface. But at the end of the day, if they knew their employees didn't feel valuable, they could do something to make them feel more valuable. So I know that was a longer answer, but I really geeked out on that day. Andi Simon: But let's dig into that. Because if only they could actually make you feel like you mattered is what you said. And all of the tactical-practical surface stuff is there. It's always fascinating to me because the HR person works really hard to get that yoga class and nobody comes, or the Weight Watchers to arrive. And you know, "I thought that's what people wanted to do was lose weight." So their solution had nothing to do with the person's actual behavior. The disconnect in HR is fascinating. But having said that, the company itself is the problem, not the human resource person. And the company doesn't understand that unless you spend time getting to know them, and show them that it matters that you're working here as an employee. That conversation is essential, not after the fact that you're ready to leave. You know, we work really hard on exit strategy and exit conversations. Why don't we do retention? Why don't we learn more about what your career is about? It's interesting. I've been working with an accounting firm for five years now. And one of the suggestions I made after one of our leadership training sessions was, Have you had one-on-ones with these very important people? And the partner said, No. I said, Well do it. They want to be loved. That it isn't that they are making good money, they're not money motivated a bit. But at the end of the day, they work really, really hard during the tax season. And they don't need a party, they need someone to say thank you. They need someone to simply say, You really do matter to us, what matters to you, and how do I help you? Sometimes they hear and sometimes they don't. Sometimes it resonates, and sometimes it doesn't. But unless you reach out, you have vulnerability there because people will find another place. They'll begin to think that all work is simply tactical and practical, and I never matter. And then I'll just hop around. What do you think? Becca Powers Vaughn: I think you're really onto something as far as how you're understanding what's going on. I would say that even from a survey perspective, I've surveyed about 1000 people right now, and 88% feel undervalued, underappreciated. I set it so you had to have some combination, but at least to hit the 88% score. I had said it so that you have to at least get to know. And that means 88% of the workforce is experiencing at least two unders. Andi Simon: My last thought is that people are living their emotions. And so if we stay on the tactical, practical, logical side, you're missing what matters to them. And humans want to hug. I mean, at the end of the day, they want to belong. They want to feel well. And the thing that you found was, I want to be harnessing my own interest. Do they want to be in charge? They want to feel they have some control, and that all of this has come out of the pandemic. Big time. I'm not sure of the message, I must confess, I work with too many CEOs of marketing companies and the guys don't quite get it. They're trying to figure it out. And I say that, because mostly guys are guys, but they don't quite understand that it isn't a position to hold. It's a life to live. And those are very different feelings. We're almost approaching the end of our wonderful time together. And you've enjoyed yourself, I know I have as well. A couple of things you don't want the audience to forget, because they often remember the ending better than the beginning. But your story is great. Becca Powers Vaughn: So coming right off of our conversation is, You matter. Number one, you matter. Number two, it's okay to prioritize yourself, especially as a woman. Consider yourself at least as much as you're considering other people, places and things. Those are two, do you want three? Andi Simon: No, I'll add your third. And then yeah, I will expand your third. We had a program on self care. And it's not going right now but I'll bring it back. It's a 30-day challenge to take care of you. And it's an app, and I love the app. I just can't do it right this second. But I'm going to be bringing it back about when your podcast goes live. But I find that people feel guilty about taking care of themselves. And the other thing I learned is that the guys who sign on, sign off, but the women stay in and want to keep it going. So something is going on in this world of being a woman where it feels guilty to take care of yourself. You're the last on the to-do list. You don't work out because there's no time. And so we flip it around. So the first thing you're going to do in the morning is, for you, what is that going to be? Take a walk, now sit quietly on the deck and have a cup of coffee. Take that time, it's okay. And the research is fascinating. You know, women CEOs of lots of companies say to me, Because I don't take care of myself, the stress levels rise. I said, Well, you know when you take care of yourself, the stress levels from the oxytocin and serotonin rise and cortisol drops. Your brain is telling you something. To your point, it hurts when you're not happy. Where can our listeners find your book? Becca Powers Vaughn: You can find it on Amazon and just type in the Amazon search Harness Your Inner CEO and it will come right up. And it's under Becca Powers. Andi Simon: We'll have that all in our podcast blog. I'm going to say goodbye to our great listeners and to Becca because we've had such a great conversation. My hunch is we'll be back and do this again when our next books come out. That's going to be a catalytic moment for her to get the next book done and my next book is going to come out. So we will all be on, talking about our books. My book is going to be about 100 Women who are trailblazers, transforming the world for women. And I do think this is a time for women to seize the moment and not waste a pandemic crisis because it's our time to lead. Now, with that in mind, thank you all for coming. You know, you've launched us into the top 5% of podcasts globally. I'm honored! I will tell you it's a pleasure. As you discovered, I love doing podcasts and sharing them. And the only thing I will advertise on here is us. We are corporate anthropologists and we help companies and the people inside them change. And often you don't want to change so my job is to help you love change. Make it your friend. And you can, because as you listen to Becca, you don't want to be on the bathroom floor wondering what am I doing with my life? So how do you see, feel and think in new ways? And as far as coaches, Becca is a life coach. I'm an executive coach, but we both try and help you see things through a fresh lens. My books,On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights and Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business, are both on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and booksellers everywhere. AndRethink just won an award from Axiom as a 2022 Bronze Best Business Book in the women and business category, so thank you. It's really an honor and a privilege to have both of my books be award winners, which means I'm an award winner. I don't think I write to be an award winner, I write to help people see, feel and think in new ways. Reach me at info@Andisimon.com and come along for the ride. Let's have a good journey together. It's been such fun. Goodbye.

    Consulting Success Podcast
    Building & Selling a Consulting Business with Alex Langshur: Podcast #244

    Consulting Success Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:19


    One big part of starting a business that some tend to forget to consider is selling it off. While it may seem such a heartbreak to exit a business you've worked so hard to build, it is nevertheless an important aspect of success. In this episode, Michael Zipursky is joined by Alex Langshur. Alex is currently the EVP, Global Google Practice Lead at dentsu international. Prior to that, he was the founder and co-CEO of Cardinal Path. He shares with us the journey that led him to where he is now, from building his former company to deciding to sell it off. What was the mindset it took for him to build multiple businesses? How do you make businesses with partners work? How was his company ultimately acquired? Alex answers these questions and more!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://www.consultingsuccess.com/podcast

    Behind Her Empire
    Key Lessons on Overcoming Self-Doubt from Goop Executive, Noora Raj Brown

    Behind Her Empire

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:13


    Noora Raj Brown always had a passion for all things creative, but as a child of immigrant parents who were fully immersed in the technology and medical fields, she didn't know where her creativity would take her. After a wide range of experiences and a very non-linear career path, Noora is now one of the key women behind Gwyneth Paltrow's booming modern lifestyle brand, Goop, and serves as the company's EVP of Brand.Goop has grown steadily into a multinational powerhouse that's valued over $250 million dollars and is a web destination for advice, guides, and features about beauty, style, and wellness. Outside of their website, they have a podcast, a docu-series on Netflix, brick-and-mortar locations, and also reach millions of followers daily on their social platforms. In today's episode, Noora shares valuable advice on jumpstarting your career when you feel lost, dealing with insecurities, and how to avoid burnout. Part of Goop's mission is to normalize uncomfortable conversations in order to improve people's lives, and they don't let any of the backlash they have received over the years deter them. This episode serves as a reminder that just because other people don't agree with you doesn't mean you shouldn't follow your passions; you never know what kind of impact you could have and where the journey will take you!In this episode, we'll talk to Noora about:* Why Noora recommends focusing less on benchmarks and more on what makes you feel fulfilled. [2:34]* Noora shares what her upbringing was like. [4:44]* When Noora realized that a creative career path was possible for her. [7:33]* A trip back in time to Noora's first few years working in New York post-graduation. [8:25]* Valuable lessons that Noora learned while working in PR. [14:40]* Noora shares what led her to Goop. [16:15]* The months-long interview process that Noora went through for a job prior to Goop. [18:18]* Circumstances at Goop when Noora began working there, and the trust that was placed in her to figure things out. [20:30]* Goop's approach to bringing uncomfortable conversations into the mainstream and how the company has maintained its ethos as it has grown. [21:57]* An example which highlights the impact that Goop is having on the greater societal ecosystem. [25:37]* The biggest challenge that Noora faces at work. [27:26]* Noora shares what she feels is the most rewarding part of her job. [29:13]* The role that alternative wellness practices have played in Noora's life from a young age. [30:44]* Strategies that Noora has implemented in her life to avoid burnout. [33:31]* How slowing down changed Noora's life. [35:22]* Noora's favorite wellness products and rituals. [38:26]* London, Paris, and Provence; why these are Noora's three favorite cities. [40:49]* The value of giving generously. [43:30]Follow Noora:* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noorarajbrown/* Goop Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goop/* Website: https://goop.com/This episode is brought to you by beeya: * Learn more about beeya's seed cycling bundle at https://beeyawellness.com/free to find out how to tackle hormonal imbalances. * Get $10 off your order by using promo code BEHINDHEREMPIREFollow Yasmin:* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yasminknouri/* Stay updated & subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.behindherempire.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    WrestleHorror With Donnie Hoover and “Meathook” Jim Millspaugh
    149 - Carnage Haunted House Paranormal Investigation Recap

    WrestleHorror With Donnie Hoover and “Meathook” Jim Millspaugh

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 32:04


    In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh recaps their weekend of paranormal investigation at the Carnage Haunted House. Listen in as Donnie and Jim share stories from night, the stuff they found and didn't find, and if, in fact, Carnage Haunted House does contain some Paranormal Activity.   Stay connected to WrestleHorror: - Subscribe to the WrestleHorror newsletter - https://bit.ly/344on8A - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wrestlehorror/ - YouTube: http://bit.ly/2kfvVAT - Instagram: https://instagram.com/wrestlehorror - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/wrestlehorror - Twitter: https://twitter.com/wrestlehorror  - Website: http://www.wrestlehorror.com Copyright 2022 - WrestleHorror Podcast

    Maximize Business Value Podcast
    John Humphrey - Connecting for Life (#115)

    Maximize Business Value Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 44:15


    This week on the Maximize Business Value Podcast, we welcome back 17 percenter and CEO of Connect for Life, John Humphrey! You may remember John from our 17% club series a few weeks back, but this week John returns with some invaluable wisdom on how to 'Connect for Life!' Don't miss the chance to hear from one of the best, and don't forget to check out John's book, Connect for Life! John Humphrey is a serial entrepreneur with experience in starting businesses ranging from restaurants to software and consulting. John currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Connect for Life and CRO for Sunvia. He has served in roles as Chief Revenue Officer and EVP of Cyber Group, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Pariveda Solutions, a VP at Hitachi Consulting, and Partner at Tactica Technology Group. Tom Bronson is the founder and President of Mastery Partners, a company that helps business owners maximize business value, design exit strategy, and transition their business on their terms. Mastery utilizes proven techniques and strategies that dramatically improve business value that was developed during Tom's career 100 business transactions as either a business buyer or seller. As a business owner himself, he has been in your situation a hundred times, and he knows what it takes to craft the right strategy. Bronson is passionate about helping business owners and has the experience to do it. Want to chat more or think Tom can help you?  Reach out at tom@masterypartners.com or check out his book, Maximize Business Value, Begin with The Exit in Mind (2020).Mastery Partners, where our mission is to equip business owners to Maximize Business Value so they can transition their business on their terms.  Our mission was born from the lessons we've learned from over 100 business transactions, which fuels our desire to share our experiences and wisdom so you can succeed.

    CONNECT by California MBA
    Connect with Nick Pabarcus, CMB, AMP, EVP, Wholesale and Correspondent Lending, LoanDepot | Ep. 108

    CONNECT by California MBA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 16:31


    Welcome to Connect, a podcast featuring one-on-one interviews with some of the top movers and shakers in the mortgage industry. Our 108th episode features Nick Pabarcus, CMB, AMP, EVP, Wholesale and Correspondent Lending, LoanDepot Topics of Discussion: 1:24 - How did you get into the mortgage industry? 3:49 - You have two professional designations; both your CMB and AMP.  Why was it important for you to obtain those designations? 6:16 - How can a company be competitive in a purchase market like this? 9:06 - What can you tell our listeners about the panels we have lined up for this year's Western Secondary Market Conference? 12:50 - Can you share with our listeners the importance of the California MBA's advocacy efforts? Thank you to our sponsor, Insellerate. To learn more visit insellerate.com or call 855-973-1646 To learn more about the California MBA visit www.cmba.com and don't forget to subscribe to our podcast and stay tuned for our next episode!

    All Things - Unexplained
    Smitty vs. an Astrophysicist (The Cosmos Explained with special guest Dr. Charles Liu --- Part 4)

    All Things - Unexplained

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 11:51


    Deep Woods Paranormal Podcast
    Paranormal podcast, Bigfoot edition. Sharing experience and possible evidence with you.

    Deep Woods Paranormal Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 42:45


    Note: I let a few bad words escape my mouth in some of the clips I present. I appologize in advance for my bad language. In this paranormal podcast, Bigfoot edition, we're talking about Bigfoot 411, my experiences based off this as a kid, sharing possible evidence and more. Let us know what you think in the comments below. If you have a question, want to share your Bigfoot experience on the podcast or are another researcher, please contact us. On our podcast we talk about paranormal topics our viewers as us about, Bigfoot, UFO, Ghosts, Haunted locations, cryptid creatures and more. We also discuss paranormal or ghost hunting gear, we talk about our personal experiences from investigations and things we experienced. If it's paranormal in nature, we talk about it. We're happy to answer our fans' questions as long as it is on topic about the paranormal. Please like and subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcJeZGMuXLg_0VUVYkepQWg?sub_confirmation1We just never know what we're going to see, hear or experience at these locations we investigate. Be it a creepy, scary ghost or a demon who just wants us out of there or to do us harm. Seems like we're in the forest doing Bigfoot or sasquatch research or looking for other crypto creatures. Our paranormal journey takes us to lots of amazing locations and you just never know who we're going to meet or what we're going to experience. On investigations we use: Spirit Box, KII Meters, EMF Detectors, thermal imagers, camera traps, drones, night vision camera, DVR system and cameras, audio recorder, do EVP sessions, use digital cameras and more gear to try and document our experiences. We also do paranormal gear review., ghost hunting equipment review, Bigfoot gear review and UFO gear review. As paranormal investigators, we research some scary locations to look for ghosts and hauntings, demons and demonic haunts, other types of haunted locations, Skinwalkers, Wendigo research, Donkey Lady, cemeteries, poltergeist activity, historical locations, Bigfoot, Bigfoot sightings, Sasquatch, Sasquatch sightings, Dogman, Slender Man, other types of crypto creatures, UFOS and strange lights, river monsters, lake monsters and anything else paranormal in nature. We ghost hunt, do ghost hunting, Sasquatch research or Bigfoot research and search for other paranormal activity in many locations. We also research crypto activity or crypto creatures. Sometimes we shoot some scary videos in our paranormal investigations. We love being ghost hunters. We also make scary TikTok videos. Most are in the Top 10, Top 5 or higher. We can be found online by looking for Deep Woods Paranormal, Deep Woods Paranormal Texas or Deep Woods Paranormal Team. We also do podcasts, podcasting and video podcasting. We share scary stories, talk about horror stories and personal encounters along with anything else paranormal in nature. Making the paranormal, normal. Follow us as we investigate and document our experiences.If you would like to be a guest on the show and share your paranormal experience please contact us. Thanks for your support.Podcasts: https://www.spreaker.com/show/deep-woods-paranormal-podcastWebsite: https://lnkd.in/gzX7rxk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deepwoodsparaTwitter: https://lnkd.in/g3HEubjTikTok: https://lnkd.in/gC6DW6rLinkedIn: https://lnkd.in/eDfqDZZTumblr: https://lnkd.in/gVNMgN4Our store: https://www.deepwoodspara.com/shopGhost hunters full episodes, ghost stories, ghost hunters season. #Bigfoot #sasquatch #paranormal #paranormalactivity #hiking #camping #paranormaltiktok #outtakes #camp #walking

    Adams on Agriculture
    AOA - June 24, 2022

    Adams on Agriculture

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:53


    Friday's AOA began with Paul Bleiberg, NMPF SVP Government Affairs, discussed the recent testimony before the House Ag Committee on dairy policy in the '23 Farm Bill. Then, author and researcher Kurt Cobb talked about the rapidly decreasing supply of helium globally and the impact that could have on the world economy. In Segment 3, Tim Blubaugh, EVP at the Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association spent time on the impacts of EPA's proposed NOx mitigation plans; and we ended the show with Garrett Toay of Ag Trader Talk on the turnaround in grain prices after yesterday's selloff.

    Pat and JT Podcast
    #594 - I'm Sitting On The Router

    Pat and JT Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 25:46


    We recapped our night at the Hail Varsity Yearbook release party. We drank a tad. We think we captured an EVP on one of the shows we produce. We played a clip towards the end of the episode. Let us know what you think? Welcome to our new podcast partner Centris Federal Credit Union!Get our email newsletter! --> HEREYou can rep our show! Buy some Pat and JT Podcast swag HERE!Subscribe, rate, and review our podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on Facebook, Twitter, and InstagramA Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Dark Rhino Security Podcast
    SC S6 E6 Endre Walls - Starting in Cyber, Vendors, and Diversity

    Dark Rhino Security Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 50:28


    #SecurityConfidential #Darkrhinosecurity Endre Jarraux Walls is the EVP and CISO for Customers Bancorp and Customers Bank. He provides leadership to the Bank's technology risk, digital compliance, security operations, governance, resilience, physical security, and cyber fraud departments of Customers Bank. He has held all 3 C-level roles in the technology industry, as an award-winning CIO, CTO, and now CISO. Prior to joining the Bank, he served as an executive in Healthcare, Telecom, and more. He was recently recognized as one of the top 40 under 40 leaders in the greater Philadelphia region, is a 2021 Top 100 CISO, was recognized as a top 10 global CISO in 2020, and received an American Cyber Awards honor in 2020. He attended both Capella University in Minnesota for his BS in Information Technology and Yale University's School of Management for Executive Education. 00:00 Introduction 01:17 How did you start your career in cybersecurity? 03:05 Is (General Electric, Nuclear Industry) moving to the cloud? 07:20 What do you see as the biggest threats in the financial sector 08:40 Third-Party Risk- How to go about it 11:38 Developing standards with Vendors 15:07 Personal devices 21:00 How do you communicate risks to the C-Suite? 23:12 Do they see cyber as a business problem or IT Problem? 27:40 How did you bring users in? 35:40 What is the role of frameworks? 41:20 What drives a bad actor? 47:40 Upcoming News for Endre To learn more about Endre visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/endrewalls/ To learn more about Dark Rhino Security visit https://www.darkrhinosecurity.com SOCIAL MEDIA: Stay connected with us on our social media pages where we'll give you snippets, alerts for new podcasts, and even behind the scenes of our studio! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/securityconfidential/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Dark-Rhino-Security-Inc-105978998396396/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/darkrhinosec LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dark-rhino-security Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs6R-jX06_TDlFrnv-uyy0w/videos

    Red Sky Fuel For Thought
    How to Write Content That Cuts Through: Ep. 26 of Red Sky Fuel for Thought Podcast

    Red Sky Fuel For Thought

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 49:53


    How to Write Content that Cuts Through: Ep. 26 of Red Sky Fuel for Thought PodcastWhat You'll Learn in This Episode:·      Why are companies struggling to find strong writers? Are writing skills are a dying art?·      How can writers break out of their comfort zones and avoid block?·      What are some tricks for writing copy that actually gets read?Writing and storytelling are two of the most powerful ways to put ideas into the world. As written communication skills decay around us, both skills have also become competitive advantages.  This observation is the basis for Red Havas' newest whitepaper “Content That Cuts Through,” which explores how to write content that modern audiences can't help but read. In this month's episode, Red Havas' Vice President of Content Ellen Mallernee Barnes, author of our recent whitepaper, is joined by Sadie Dean and Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, two accomplished writers who frequently speak and write about the craft of writing — screenwriting in particular. They also cohost the “Reckless Creatives” podcast. Together, our guests discuss the craft of writing. The conversation begins with an assessment of society's collective writing skills, and whether or not companies are struggling to find strong writers because it is, perhaps, a dying art.“There are a lot of tools and AI services now that are hindering the real written word and killing the essence of a really good writer," says Sadie, who is also editor of Script Magazine. "Good writing is about clear messaging, which AI may never fully grasp in comparison to human writing.” Jeanne, who is an executive at Pipeline Media Group and editor-in-chief of Pipeline Artists, explains how focusing on her intended audience allows her to write with more clarity: “We writers like to think of ourselves as clear thinkers, but the clear thinking part of it comes in during the rewrite. Anything I write needs to be rewritten to become clear. And since writing is about getting people to feel, I have to put myself in the reader's shoes and ask how they will interpret it and whether I'm getting the message across.” Jeanne then discusses the importance of moving past the barriers within your comfort zone to become more vulnerable and “naked” in your writing.“It takes practice to be comfortable being raw and honest," says Jeanne. "And honesty is so important on so many levels, even in marketing. People can smell somebody blowing smoke a mile away, and if they're selling hope. It takes a certain level of honesty for the person writing the copy to let the company be vulnerable, honest and transparent with your audience. I think it just takes practice. It's very scary the first time you write something personal, but once you start writing with reckless abandon, you get more comfortable.”Sadie then provides her personal take on another mental barrier (writer's block) and how to approach it, saying: "People want writer's block to be real since it's an excuse not to write, but it's all in your head. Overcoming blockage requires just sitting down and writing, which is the toughest thing to do. But once you're not thinking about it too much and you get out of your own way, it becomes much easier."Next, Jeanne walks through the editing step of the writing process and how to best approach feedback.“Once you feel your work is as good as it can be, the first step is to hand it over and ask for feedback, which can be very hard, especially for fiction,” says Jeanne. “The second step is looking through the feedback, asking yourself how you feel about the suggestions and what your gut feeling says about it, and determining if it's still true to the story you want to tell.”Sadie compares writing great headlines to writing great loglines — those one-line sentences that set up a scene and hook you into reading a screenplay. Walking us through her headline-first approach to this process, Sadie says, “When I was first starting out, I would write the script first and then write the logline, and would end up getting confused because they were not matching up. Writing the logline before the script can make a huge difference because you've set up a very simple blueprint of where you're going with your story.”The discussion wraps with the art of writing more with less, to which Jeanne adds, "As an editor of online content, I always break paragraphs up a lot. But in terms of learning that skill set — to write concisely and with meaning — I would say when Twitter was 140 characters, that was the best teacher in editing yourself. I loved that; I was really upset when they expanded the character limit. I also always come back to Ernest Hemingway's bit of writing 'For sale: Baby shoes, never worn.' It tells a whole story in six words."The episode concludes with Red Havas VP of Social and Content Nancy Anderson and our Red Questionnaire guest Melanie Klausner, EVP.  Together, they discuss a myriad of topics ranging from Melanie's go-to travel destination, her favorite podcasts and how she describes her job to a child.“I help brands tell stories, connect with people, and build and maintain a positive reputation,” says Melanie on the latter. “What I love most are the clients and media relationships that we build, and the opportunity in my role to coach and encourage our colleagues to find their voice and passion and figure out how to shape, visualize, influence and secure the stories that we tell for brands.”Give “Red Sky Fuel for Thought” a listen, and subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite podcasting app. Don't forget to rate and review to help more people find us!Also mentioned on this episode:·      “Content That Cuts Through” whitepaper·      "Reckless Creatives" podcast·      10 Things Before the Opening Bell by Business Insider·      The Broadsheet by Fortune·      The Good Stuff by CNN·      A Slight Change of Plans with Maya Shankar·      Making Space with Hoda Kotb·      Crying in H Mart by Michelle ZaunerFollow Red Havas for a daily dose of comms news: ·      Twitter·      Facebook·      Instagram·      LinkedInSubscribe: Don't forget to subscribe to the show using your favorite podcasting app. ·      iTunes·      SpotifyWhat did you love? What would you like to hear about next?Remember to rate and review today's show; we'd love to hear from you! 

    PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast
    View from the C-suite on climate disclosures

    PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 46:27


    The SEC has published its widely anticipated proposal to enhance companies' climate-related disclosures. In addition to details regarding how management identifies, assesses, and manages climate-related risks and the related impact on financial metrics, the proposal calls for companies to provide information about how their boards provide oversight of climate-related matters.This week, Heather Horn was joined by Joe Allanson, EVP, ESG Finance for Salesforce to discuss a preparer's perspective on the SEC's proposal.In this episode, you will hear:1:21 - How changes in the overall prominence of ESG reporting is reflected in the C-suite8:53 - One company's journey to the current state of climate-related reporting16:24 - Benefits and challenges of the SEC's climate disclosure proposal from a reporting perspective26:20 - Perspectives on the process of developing effective ESG reporting, along with a discussion about the supporting data quality36:41 - The importance of global climate reporting requirements and alignment40:17 - Final advice on ESG reportingWant to learn more about the SEC's proposal? Listen to our previous podcasts that provide a closer look at governance, related investor perspectives, legal and regulatory perspectives, and a focus on implementation considerations. Also refer to the text or audio version of our In the loop, The SEC wants me to disclose what?Joe Allanson is an EVP, Finance ESG at Salesforce. Joe has over 18 years of experience serving in various finance and accounting management positions at Salesforce, including 14 years as Chief Accounting Officer and Corporate Controller. Joe also sits on the advisory board to several universities. Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to us_podcast@pwc.com. 

    STO Building Conversations
    Mastering Uncertainty: The Construction Supply Chain

    STO Building Conversations

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 36:06


    What happens when even the best-laid plans are consistently challenged by supply chain disruptions? Join David Hamilton, VP of Purchasing at Structure Tone, Joe Rossi, Executive Director of Workplace Delivery & National Real Estate at Verizon, Charlie Pavelec, SVP of Shambaugh's Electrical Division, and Tom Ike, EVP of Lutron Electronics, as they dive into the day-to-day challenges and long-term opportunities today's unpredictable supply chain represents.

    All Things - Unexplained
    TRAILER Smitty vs. an Astrophysicist REMIX

    All Things - Unexplained

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 1:07


    Aliens. UFOs. Bigfoot. Paranormal mysteries --- All Things - Unexplained.Smitty spins the Wheel of Questions for astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu.Smitty vs. an Astrophysicist (The Cosmos Explained with special guest astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu Part 4) premiers Friday, June 24th, 2022 at 7 PM EST.World-famous astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu --- host of The LIUniverse and frequent Star Talk Radio guest with Neil deGrasse Tyson --- joins The Unexplained Ones to discuss his new book --- The Cosmos Explained (available on Amazon), and to...Explain the Unexplained.**************************

    QSR Magazine's Fast Forward
    The Tech Trends Changing Fast Food After COVID

    QSR Magazine's Fast Forward

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 41:44


    Kevin Rice, the EVP of Bounteous, a company that works with brands like Domino's, Panda Express, and Wingstop, joins QSR editor Danny Klein to talk about the state of restaurant technology, what's to come, and what COVID reactions are here to stay in the wake of the pandemic. How will loyalty change? Digital ordering? That and much more in this wide-ranging chat.

    Leaders in Lending
    Understanding Trends in Consumer Behavior: The rise of BNPL, solar energy and crypto

    Leaders in Lending

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 37:47


    In the midst of rising rates, how are personalized loans and securitized loans poised to change or influence the lending landscape? Anand Cavale, EVP of Uns ecured lending at Guaranteed Rate, with his vari ed background in engineering, banking and credit cards, shares his thoughts on the emerging trends in consumer lending and gives us background info on when the changes started. Join us as we discuss: Rising rates on credit cards may create opportunities for personals loans The move toward buy now, buy later and its implications The opportunity and pitfalls of student lending The shift towards solar energy and crypto

    Altus Insights Podcast Series
    When real estate development projects in Canada go sideways

    Altus Insights Podcast Series

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 17:42


    Date: June 21st, 2022Name of podcast:  Altus Insights Podcast SeriesEpisode title and number: When development projects in Canada go sidewaysEpisode summary: Marlon sits down with Colin Doran, EVP of Cost Consulting & Project Management at Altus Group, for a one-on-one discussion on distressed development projects in Canada. Don't miss this highly informative conversation as Colin covers distressed projects from delays to insolvencies to cancellations, why we're seeing an uptick, and what key project stakeholders can do to address projects that turn risky. Panelists in this episode: Colin Doran is the EVP of Cost Consulting & Project Management at Altus Group. Based in North America (Toronto) for approximately 25 years and currently responsible for overseeing the Cost Management and Lender & Developer Service lines in Eastern Canada. Colin has extensive experience in preparation and analysis of real estate development feasibility studies, capital cost budgeting, development due diligence, risk assessment and management, cost planning and loan monitoring. Colin also specialises in providing advice on distressed projects/work out deals in the Caribbean, the United States and in Canada. Marlon Bray is the head of Altus Group's Ontario pre-construction and contract administration services as part of the Cost and Project Management team. With over 25 years of experience, specializing in budgeting, value optimization, and providing visibility on risk through the entire lifecycle from early due diligence through to completion. Marlon oversees a team that leads the way with cutting-edge estimating technology and data analytics, bringing a greater level of transparency, and added value to all projects he is involved with. Key topics: 01:10 – Market factors for distressed projects 03:26 – Potential for future project distressed projects 04:21 – Project insolvencies in Canada 06:06 – Project profiles to watch for insolvency 07:11 – Project cancellations 10:59 – Steps lenders can take when concerned about projects turning risky 15:04 – Addressing distressed projects Referenced in this episode Episode 4: Canada's Housing affordability crisis Episode 5: Canada real estate market news roundup  Sign up to receive our Altus InDepth NewsletterWatch a video recording of this podcast episode

    Haunted or Hoax
    33. Kehoe House

    Haunted or Hoax

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 64:37


    Back to one of our favorite places for episode 33! We talk about Kehoe House in Savannah, GA built by an Irish man, not a British woman. We got tongue tied, but we promise the information is all there. From twins in chimneys, many MANY children, and retired football stars we think this episode is bound to keep you on your toes. At the very least, entertained at your desk.We'd appreciate it if you took a moment to help our podcast by rating and reviewing on apple and NOW on Spotify! Don't forget to check our show notes for our social links! Definitely check out our Instagram (@hauntedorhoaxpod). We post all photos and videos talked about in the show there!Haunted or Hoax Social Medias:WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookSources for this Episode:TELEVISION & MEDIA:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IoGfhLJQ04&list=WL&index=27https://soundcloud.com/delunaparanormal/kehoe-house-savannah-ga-childWEBSITES:http://hauntedhouses.com/georgia/william-kehoe-house/https://www.spookysavannahghosttours.com/post/the-ghost-twins-haunting-kehoe-househttps://savannahterrors.com/kehoe-house/https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g60814-d75425-r116134649-Kehoe_House-Savannah_Georgia.htmlhttps://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GCJ5CB_every-house-has-a-story?guid=a689db13-1ee4-4bf4-9350-4baf4f17c5bdhttps://researchworks.oclc.org/archivegrid/collection/data/898998207https://theclio.com/entry/117750https://www.savannahnow.com/story/entertainment/2022/03/16/savannah-georgia-ghosts-children-william-kehoe-house-inn/7004470001/https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/99624188/william-kehoehttps://www.kehoehouse.com/history-of-the-kehoe-house.htm 

    IT Visionaries
    Optimizing the Customer Experience With Stacey Goodman, EVP and CIO, Prudential Financial

    IT Visionaries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 36:54


    Upleveling the customer experience is a primary focus for legacy financial company, Prudential Financial. Stacey Goodman, EVP, and CIO at Prudential Financial describes what digital transformation looks like at a company with 145 years of history. She explains how her strategy for tech innovation is wed to what customers desire and delves into Prudential's new way of thinking about team building and innovation. Enjoy this episode! Tune in to learn:About the opportunity Goodman seized by joining Prudential  (08:27)What Goodman is excited about bringing to the business (15:40)  Challenges and roadblocks Prudential is constantly overcoming (20:48)Attracting and retaining talent (23:05)IT Visionaries is brought to you by Salesforce Platform. Did you know, streaming now on Salesforce+ you can watch “Legends of Low Code”? In this series three teams of Trailblazers race to build the best low-code app. Check this out... Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.

    All Things - Unexplained
    TRAILER Smitty vs. an Astrophysicist

    All Things - Unexplained

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 1:04


    Aliens. UFOs. Bigfoot. Paranormal mysteries --- All Things - Unexplained.Smitty spins the Wheel of Questions for astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu.Smitty vs. an Astrophysicist (The Cosmos Explained with special guest astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu Part 4) premiers Friday, June 24th, 2022 at 7 PM EST.World-famous astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu --- host of The LIUniverse and frequent Star Talk Radio guest with Neil deGrasse Tyson --- joins The Unexplained Ones to discuss his new book --- The Cosmos Explained (available on Amazon), and to...Explain the Unexplained.**************************