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Einstein
Elektroauto – Die Fragen unseres Publikums

Einstein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 36:19


Das Elektroauto bewegt – nach der «Einstein»-Sendung im Mai gab es viel Feedback. Den Inputs und Anliegen des Publikums geht «Einstein» auf den Grund: Ist das Wasserstoffauto nicht doch das bessere Auto? Wie weit sind synthetische Treibstoffe? Und: Wie viel Energie steckt in einem Liter Benzin? Mobilitätsexperten und Praxiserfahrungen «Einstein» spiegelt die Fragen des Publikums rund um das Elektroauto mit dem TCS-Elektromobilitätsexperten Martin Bolliger. Zudem besuchen sie einen «Einstein»-Zuschauer, der bereits seit vielen Jahren rein elektrisch fährt und machen zusammen eine Probefahrt in seinem neuen E-Auto, «made in China». Praxiswissen und Expertise. Synthetische Treibstoffe? Jahrzehnte werden noch Verbrenner-Fahrzeuge auf den Strassen fahren. Wie schafft man es, auch mit normalen Autos künftig CO2 zu reduzieren? Synthetische, nachhaltige Treibstoffe, sogenannte «eFuels» sind maximal CO2-neutral und könnten in jedem Verbrenner eingesetzt werden. Das Problem sind die Kosten und die Verfügbarkeit. Aber in der Aviatik sind sie bereits ein grosses Thema und die Schweiz mischt ganz vorne mit. Wasserstoff-Antrieb – Ja, aber nicht überall «Einstein» beleuchtet das Thema Wasserstoff als Treibstoff- und Antriebs-Alternative. Im Schwerverkehr sind sie bereits Teil nachhaltigerer Lösungen und «Einstein» zeigt, wie heute schon Firmen ihre Logistik-Szenarien nach ihnen ausrichten. Darüber hinaus könnten die Plane für die Wasserstoff-Produktion in der Mobilität einer der grössten Treiber im Ausbau nachhaltiger Energien werden. Und «Einstein» schaut genauer hin, wie eigentlich die Energiebilanz bei der Produktion fossiler Treibstoffe aussieht. Da schlägt einiges zu Buche und der Energieverlust über die ganze Kette ist enorm.

The Perks Of Being A Book Lover Podcast
Season 5 Ep. 114 Bringing Book People Together with Guest Anna Ford

The Perks Of Being A Book Lover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 60:42


I love a good bookclub. Carrie and I have been in one together for 15 years. I am the designated book club organizer, and even though bookclubs have been one of the great passions of my adult life, keeping them organized can be an annoying process; finding a date that meets everyone's needs, making sure everyone knows about the meetings and the books, choosing books. The administrative bookkeeping tasks are not things most people are anxious to do. But there is a relatively new website and free app called Bookclubz (that is Bookclub with a z) that can help streamline the process. Our guest this week, Anna Ford is the CEO and founder of Bookclubz which started out as a simple computer program she used to help keep her own large bookclub organized. Over time, what was a rudimentary program has been featured in Forbes magazine and has blossomed into a business that helps tens of thousands of book clubs all over the world. Go to their website at www.bookclubz.com Books discussed in this episode: 1- The Death of Expertise by Tom Nichols 2- Our Own Worst Enemy: The Assault from Within on Modern Democracy by Tom Nichols 3- The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker 4- The Secret Lives of Groceries: The Dark Miracle of the American Supermarket by Benjamin Lorr 5- The Speckled Beauty by Rick Bragg 6- Just Kids by Patti Smith 7- The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion 8- The Education of an Idealist by Samantha Power 9- Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner 10- The Men We Reaped by Jesmyn Ward 11- Books by Elena Ferrante Follow us on Facebook - The Perks of Being a Book Lover Instagram - @perksofbeingabookoverpod Website : www.perksofbeingabooklover.com

FORward Radio program archives
Season 5 Ep. 114 | Anna Ford | Bringing Book People Together | 11-24-21

FORward Radio program archives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 60:42


I love a good bookclub. Carrie and I have been in one together for 15 years. I am the designated book club organizer, and even though bookclubs have been one of the great passions of my adult life, keeping them organized can be an annoying process; finding a date that meets everyone's needs, making sure everyone knows about the meetings and the books, choosing books. The administrative bookkeeping tasks are not things most people are anxious to do. But there is a relatively new website and free app called Bookclubz (that is Bookclub with a z) that can help streamline the process. Our guest this week, Anna Ford is the CEO and founder of Bookclubz which started out as a simple computer program she used to help keep her own large bookclub organized. Over time, what was a rudimentary program has been featured in Forbes magazine and has blossomed into a business that helps tens of thousands of book clubs all over the world. Go to their website at www.bookclubz.com Books discussed in this episode: 1- The Death of Expertise by Tom Nichols 2- Our Own Worst Enemy: The Assault from Within on Modern Democracy by Tom Nichols 3- The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker 4- The Secret Lives of Groceries: The Dark Miracle of the American Supermarket by Benjamin Lorr 5- The Speckled Beauty by Rick Bragg 6- Just Kids by Patti Smith 7- The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion 8- The Education of an Idealist by Samantha Power 9- Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner 10- The Men We Reaped by Jesmyn Ward 11- Books by Elena Ferrante Follow us on Facebook - The Perks of Being a Book Lover Instagram - @perksofbeingabookoverpod Website : www.perksofbeingabooklover.com

Business Continuity Today
Speaking Truth To Power, Don't Kill The Expert

Business Continuity Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 9:11


We have a problem right now in the United States and it is a lack of trust in experts. And in this environment, when you have political factions that play fast and loose with facts. I have been spending my time looking at issues that we are facing and how to plan for them. However, we have people that do not trust the Expert in the room. Tom Nichols' book The Death of Expertise the campaign against established knowledge and why it matters explores the question of why do people not trust experts. Why do we not use mass notifications right?The Business Continuity ShowTwitter - https://bit.ly/3ojEIO2Facebook - https://bit.ly/2Tjqv5HLinkedIn - https://bit.ly/34mXyfzYouTube - https://bit.ly/3mePJyGAwards:https://blog.feedspot.com/business_continuity_podcasts/

Wake Up with KC
Numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn and author of Numbers and You! Shares his expertise!

Wake Up with KC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 61:20


As a child growing up in Harlem New York, LLoyd has had an unusual interest in all things “weird”, “strange” or “interesting” (Or did it have something to do with him being an Aquarius “7″?)Fascinated with the “other world”; the study of astrology and the related sciences, held his time and attention. Despite a background in sales, real estate, insurance, publishing and even music, he seemed to have been the happiest if he could figure a person's astrological and or numerical chart. After long and intensive years of studying and researching both astrology and numerology, LLoyd emerged as an Astro/Numerologist… perhaps the most renowned authority in this specialized field today!LLoyd has written numerous books, news/magazine columns and numerous articles on events of the time. He brings to the radio listener and TV viewer, insight and an informative approach to his very unique world.Appearing on national TV shows, such as “Oprah Winfrey”, “Geraldo”, Regis Philbin and Kathy Lee”, “The Montel Williams Show” and “Tony Brown's Journal”, etc., along with countless radio appearances across the country. LLoyd has always left the audience mesmerized. His refreshing and warm delivery to the subject of astro/numerology is upbeat, positive, sincere and amazingly on target.LLoyd, as an experienced radio and TV personality seems to have this impact on stations in every major market. Perhaps LLoyd, born, bred and breathing in New York City has something to do with it.“It's obvious he loves what he does”LLoyd's popular best seller, “Numbers and You”, a Ballantine Publication, is sold in bookstores around the globe. Purchase your copy today!"I look forward to speaking with Lloyd. He has a warm welcoming personality and he insightful. Everything he said made sense and it was true."                                                                                                                                                                                      --SiriusXM Caller: Andrea from TexasYou can watch it here: https://youtu.be/cOZIuP5zjs0You can contact Lloyd here:800-581-4401​https://www.lloyd-strayhorn.com/numbersandmediallc@gmail.comJewelry provided by: Pretty Bling BoutiqueContact: Kimberly Putnam @ prettyblingboutique@yahoo.comYou are Beautiful! You are worth it!

#BIZ with the Beard
Episode #55: Claiming Victory with Patrick Huey of Victory Independent Planning

#BIZ with the Beard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 63:45


Patrick Huey is an investment advisor representative and owner of Victory Independent Planning, LLC. He is the author of two books: "History Lessons for the Modern Investor" and "The Seven Pillars of (Financial) Wisdom"; He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® and an Accredited Tax Preparer. He has a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University. Patrick also served as a Naval Flight Officer from 1996-2005 earning the Strike Fighter Air Medal during combat operations and two Navy Achievement Medals. Listen in as we discuss: What historical figures resonate the most with today's market? What you need to know about history that will help you navigate today's market? Why the Victory Pillars of Expertise, Stewardship[p, and Value are so important! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biz-with-beard/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biz-with-beard/support

InnovaBuzz
Lane Kawaoka, How to Scale Your Expertise Through Content Creation - InnovaBuzz 474

InnovaBuzz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 51:42


In this episode, I'm really excited to have as my guest, Lane Kawaoka. Lane currently owns 4,500+ units across the US. He lives in Hawaii and recently quit his day job as a Professional Engineer with a MS in Civil Engineering & Construction Management and a BS in Industrial Engineering. Lane partners with investors who want to build their portfolio, but are too busy to mess with “tenants, toilets, and termites” by curating opportunities in his “Hui Deal Pipeline Club” where his investors have personal access to him and know that Lane is personally putting his money on the line too. The Hui Deal Pipeline Club has acquired over $500 Million dollars of real estate acquired by syndicating over $60 Million Dollars of private equity since 2016. Lane reverse engineers the wealth-building strategies that the rich use to the middle class via the Top-50 Investing Podcast SimplePassiveCashflow.com. Lane's mission is to help hardworking professionals out of the rat race, one free strategy call at a time. In our discussion, Lane talked to me about: The importance of creating content to educate Producing a podcast by answering common questions How to grow a community program by starting with 1:1 coaching and documenting the lessons Listen to the podcast to learn more. https://innovabiz.co/lanekawaoka (Show Notes and Blog) https://innovabiz.com.au/innovabuzz/ (The Podcasts)

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money
159 Eunicia Peret - CEO & Founder of Empowered Financial Planner Shares Expertise On Money Leaks & Putting More Money In Your Pockets

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 33:20


Eunicia Peret is a wealth strategist and financial expert and is one of the top U.S. financial mentors, educators, and consultants. Eunicia helped over 200 clients in her first few months in the financial planning business and hundreds since.She shares her back story that led to her becoming an entrepreneur and discussed the aspect of it being a logical process for her. Eunicia has over 17 years of experience working with the most trusted financial services organizations. It was interesting to discover Eunicia's concept for the Empowered Financial Planner, Eunicia shared the genesis for founding her enterprise.One of the most fascinating discussions Eunicia shares is the journey one can take to avoid financial leaks. She takes viewers and listeners on a journey involving financial leakage and how to remedy financial leakage?Eunicia provides content-rich knowledge on  how to put money back in the pockets of her clients while avoiding others getting rich off their retirement accounts. She provides steps as to how people can make this happen?“The world is in financial chaos, but you don't have to be,” is a quote from Eunicia. She discusses the importance of understanding there are strategies that can help people navigate life's greatest challenges. Case in point, the impact the  pandemic is having on people and their finances. Eunicia states, people don't have to be in financial chaos?Eunicia also discussed her wealth freedom formula. What an amazing guest expert, it was an honor to interview Eunicia Peret, she is an amazing wealth strategist.Discover more about Eunicia Peret at: https://bit.ly/3nrPW4RRate and review Eunicia Peret's episode #159  on Apple Podcasts and provide a 5-star rating in support of her remarkable interview and episode.  

Limitless Entrepreneur Podcast
58 - Turn Your Expertise Into a Bestselling Book with Vikrant Shaurya

Limitless Entrepreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 43:52


This week's podcast guest is Vikrant Shaurya, the CEO & Founder of BestsellingBook.com. His company helps thought leaders take their ideas and with the help of angel writers turn them into best selling books.    He has helped thousands of entrepreneurs and first-time authors actualize their dreams by joining them in their self-publishing journeys through his courses, coaching, and done-for-you services, and on this week's episode he's taking us through the process that he uses with his clients to take them from the idea phase to actually creating and marketing your book.   He's also giving us real, actionable strategies on how to market your book to turn it into a best seller. You seriously do not want to miss this episode! Stay Connected with Vikrant: Head to bestsellingbook.com/checklist to grab the free checklist to help write your book in 90 days If you enjoyed this week's episode, I'd so appreciate you doing a few things for me:  Please subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts.  Tag me @niclaino on your IG stories with a story of you listening to the podcast and I'll make sure to share your post!  Interested in learning more about working with me? Click here to learn more about how we can work together.  Want to be in the know whenever I've got new content, freebies, and classes? Sign up for my email list.

Plan B Success
Communication Expertise w/ Ivan Wanis Ruiz, CEO, Public Speaking Lab

Plan B Success

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 36:27


Ivan Wanis Ruiz, a communications expert originally trained in facilitation at the Ministry of Attorney General in British Columbia. He later became an Advanced Toastmaster Gold and a Certified Trainer for the Dale Carnegie Business Group. A trained actor, he has been featured in films like Rise of the Planet of the Apes and guest-starred on TV shows, Conviction and Supernatural. Ivan is the author of They don't have to be Naked!™ A new approach to public speaking! Let's tune in!

SunCast
416: You Don't Get Hired for Your Expertise, Rain Bennett (Emmy-nominated Producer)

SunCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 21:23


You need to tell compelling stories. Rain Bennett can help. In his recent TED Talk, “You Don't Get Hired for Your Expertise” Rain breaks down what you DO get hired for in a very personal and compelling way. Moreover, in today's Tactical Tuesday, Rain and I break down exactly how he does it, and I extract the lessons you can apply to your very next creative project. Rain is an accomplished film producer and storyteller, and every presentation he gives is engaging and memorable. But how does he do it? How does he grab our attention and hold it until he's sure the message is clear? This episode highlights his step-by-step approach. Yes it's good enough for a book, but guess what, the book isn't out yet! You have to listen, but I'm sure you'll want to pre-order “Six Second Stories”.   On the blog I link to his Ted Talk and the book pre-release. But also, be sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you don't miss the Full conversation with Rain coming this Friday.   -- There's a lot we dig into today, so sit back and enjoy When it's done, I'd love if you'd leave us a 5 ⭐ rating & review and it's never been easier: www.ratethispodcast.com/suncast And, find me on Linkedin and let me know what you thought of this episode! (http://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus)  Remember you can always find the resources and learn more about today's guest, recommendations, book links, and more than 400 other founder stories and startup advice as well as sign up for weekly email notifications at www.mysuncast.com. Join the conversation with Nico Johnson, on Twitter, LinkedIn or email

Time-Out With Tammi & Tyler: A CUPA-HR Podcast
CUPA-HR Conversations: Higher Ed HR Turns 75 - Episode 5: Drawing on the Expertise of Peers

Time-Out With Tammi & Tyler: A CUPA-HR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 13:11


Mark Coldren shares his experiences serving on the CUPA-HR national board and being in the room where key conversations about what matters in higher ed HR took place. Mark also talks about HR specialties and the impossibility of knowing everything. He suggests that you “know just enough to be dangerous,” and then draw on the expertise of your peers around you.

Earn More Tutoring
EP 38: How to establish expertise with Seth Perler

Earn More Tutoring

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 75:56


Today's Episode with Seth Perler:Seth Perler is an Executive Function, ADHD, and 2e Coach. He is also a speaker and vlogger, and offers an executive function online summit.Seth struggled in school for most of his years. He didn't know how to get things done and started internalizing his self-criticism. When he was 22, he had a job working with kids and fell in love with being of service to kids. He became a teacher for 12 years but felt like this job was holding him back from truly fulfilling his purpose of service.How do I make enough money to continue to serve? This is a question that Seth needed to answer in order to serve to the best of his ability. He continued to create content through YouTube and podcasts, one-on-one coaching, and offering courses in order to fulfill this.If you don't exactly know what career path you want to take, know that this is a common and okay feeling. Seth experienced this as well and developed routines that helped him identify his vocation. He made a vision board and committed to doing a vision journal with thoughts and questions such as: What is an ideal day? Who is my ideal client?At the start of his business, Seth did not have sufficient income to live comfortably but was okay with this because he was committed to putting his whole heart into his business. Do things that might not work! Seth decided to step into the unknown, try things out and put this energy into the universe. He built a website, started making blogs and YouTube videos. He didn't know if this would all work but took a leap of faith and put trust in himself and in the universe.Your business will tell you where you need to go. You will get feedback that will guide you to the next step and tell you what more you can do to be of service. If you are not where you want to be in your business right now, fill your time that you would usually use to watch tv or scroll on your phone with time where you are listening to podcasts or reading books that resonate with your situation.To find more clients, be creative in your ways, be patient, and don't give up! You will experience what's called a “hockey stick effect” where, after a long period of stagnation, there is a sharp rise in growth. If you are wanting to create a course or bootcamp or write a book, Seth loves making models to conceptualize what is going on. For example, a model that he uses with students/parents during a semester is: strong start, the dip, swimming upstream, and hail mary at the end of the semester.You can find Seth Perler at www.sethperler.com or www.executivefunctionsummit.com and subscribe to his YouTube at: The Executive Function Show: ADHD, 2e, Seth PerlerHot seat answers! Apple or Android: Android Favorite movie: The Princess BrideBest album: Led Zeppelin lllBest Amazon purchase in the last 6 months: MV7 USBC MicrophoneSelf-care activity of choice: Spending time with good peopleBook title written about Seth's life: DaydreamerIs there something you would like to see on this podcast that you're not seeing? Send us an email at info@earnmoretutoring.com

Making Bank
Building 8-Figure Businesses with Stephen Somers #MakingBank S6E20

Making Bank

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 31:16


Your online business can earn you 7+ figures.  On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Stephen Somers chats about his wildly successful Marketplace SuperHeroes and the lessons he's learned from it. He discusses how he and his partner founded and grew Marketplace SuperHeroes into a now 8 figure business. Stephen learned how to attract clients, keep them, and sell them on more services by creating a business ecosystem.  Listen to the episode to hear more about how to execute well to generate a high revenue online. Listen to Josh and Stephen discuss building businesses: Stephen's Background (2:46) Stephen tells the story of how he began as a musician before selling products on Amazon with his now current partner. After finding great success in that, he and his partner began teaching others how they too can build seven figure businesses online. Determination Builds Businesses (6:28) Drawing on his experiences with sports as a child, Stephen talks about the important lesson of persevering, despite what others say. By sticking to the plan and ignoring the noise, he has been able to overcome many challenges to now run an eight-figure company.  Find the Expertise and Execute Well (9:55) Stephen attributes much of his success to the success of others. When it comes to building a company, he believes you don't need to reinvent the wheel. Instead, choose processes that are proven to work. Nowadays, there's so much information out there for entrepreneur, you just need to find it and learn from it. Creating an Ecosystem (11:53) After finding success, it was time for Stephen and his partner to grow it. They looked at the problems of those selling via Amazon, as those sellers were their buyers, and tried to solve them. In doing that research, they found a way to incorporate any solution their customers may need under their company, as opposed to referring people to other resources.  This created an ecosystem of customers and services. Part of this includes stacking opportunities into one place. For example, if their customers are looking for supplemental paths, Marketplace SuperHeroes will provide that.  Where to Branch Out (15:55) In listening to their customers via Facebook groups and feedback, Marketplace SuperHeroes has adjusted and expanded their base to meet needs properly. Relating to that, Stephen also differentiates between the type of content you think people need vs. the content they actually want to watch.  Challenges and Solutions (20:38) Stephen shares some of the trials and tribulations he and his company have undergone before reaching success. Even for an eight-figure business, it can still happen! He also shares some of the ways they've changed their approach.  Pivoting during Covid (24:02) During Covid, Stephen – like every entrepreneur - had to pivot. In some ways, they had to deal with extra costs, challenges and headaches. In other ways, their business doubled. They found even more success and continue to pivot to this day.  Sell, sell, sell (28:05) Before wrapping up, Stephen shares his advice for those selling on Amazon. In addition, he urges any entrepreneur to sell more things to their existing clients. It is the easiest and fastest way to grow your business, and you can see results immediately.  Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com

Making Bank
Building 8-Figure Businesses with Stephen Somers #MakingBank S6E20

Making Bank

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 33:10


Your online business can earn you 7+ figures.  On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Stephen Somers chats about his wildly successful Marketplace SuperHeroes and the lessons he's learned from it. He discusses how he and his partner founded and grew Marketplace SuperHeroes into a now 8 figure business. Stephen learned how to attract clients, keep them, and sell them on more services by creating a business ecosystem.  Listen to the episode to hear more about how to execute well to generate a high revenue online. Listen to Josh and Stephen discuss building businesses: Stephen's Background (2:46) Stephen tells the story of how he began as a musician before selling products on Amazon with his now current partner. After finding great success in that, he and his partner began teaching others how they too can build seven figure businesses online. Determination Builds Businesses (6:28) Drawing on his experiences with sports as a child, Stephen talks about the important lesson of persevering, despite what others say. By sticking to the plan and ignoring the noise, he has been able to overcome many challenges to now run an eight-figure company.  Find the Expertise and Execute Well (9:55) Stephen attributes much of his success to the success of others. When it comes to building a company, he believes you don't need to reinvent the wheel. Instead, choose processes that are proven to work. Nowadays, there's so much information out there for entrepreneur, you just need to find it and learn from it. Creating an Ecosystem (11:53) After finding success, it was time for Stephen and his partner to grow it. They looked at the problems of those selling via Amazon, as those sellers were their buyers, and tried to solve them. In doing that research, they found a way to incorporate any solution their customers may need under their company, as opposed to referring people to other resources.  This created an ecosystem of customers and services. Part of this includes stacking opportunities into one place. For example, if their customers are looking for supplemental paths, Marketplace SuperHeroes will provide that.  Where to Branch Out (15:55) In listening to their customers via Facebook groups and feedback, Marketplace SuperHeroes has adjusted and expanded their base to meet needs properly. Relating to that, Stephen also differentiates between the type of content you think people need vs. the content they actually want to watch.  Challenges and Solutions (20:38) Stephen shares some of the trials and tribulations he and his company have undergone before reaching success. Even for an eight-figure business, it can still happen! He also shares some of the ways they've changed their approach.  Pivoting during Covid (24:02) During Covid, Stephen – like every entrepreneur - had to pivot. In some ways, they had to deal with extra costs, challenges and headaches. In other ways, their business doubled. They found even more success and continue to pivot to this day.  Sell, sell, sell (28:05) Before wrapping up, Stephen shares his advice for those selling on Amazon. In addition, he urges any entrepreneur to sell more things to their existing clients. It is the easiest and fastest way to grow your business, and you can see results immediately.  Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com    

Marketing The Invisible
Authority Marketing: Become the #1 Go-to Expert in Your Field – In Just 7 Minutes with Adam Witty

Marketing The Invisible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 9:18


 Discover what is authority marketing and why is having authority beneficial in getting new clients and being known in your field of expertise Find out how to make yourself pop out in the sea of sameness in the marketplace Learn why authority marketing is important for you, your business, and your field of expertise Resources/Links: Wanting to Know How to Become the #1 Authority in Your Field of Expertise? Learn more about authority marketing, your authority score, and how you can gain authority in your field: authoritynow.com Summary Have you been recently feeling bland and a sense of sameness in your business? Are you thinking of turning things up that will make you and your business uniquely you in the market, but just don't know how? Do you want to know how to gain authority, be unique, and build your own brand that will make you stand out and guarantee you more profit in a market full of thousands? Adam Witty is the CEO and Founder of Advantage Media and has built the company into one of the largest business book publishers in America, serving over 2,000 members in all 50 U.S. states and 63 countries. Advantage Media was listed on the Inc. 5000 list of America's most rapidly growing private companies, seven out of the past eight years. He is the author of eight books, including his newest release, Authority Marketing: Your Blueprint to Build Thought Leadership that Grows Business, Attracts Opportunity, and Makes Competition Irrelevant. In this episode, Adam talks about the importance of authority marketing and what magic does it do to your name and business in a marketplace of thousands and millions. He also shares his promising insights that can make you and your business uniquely you! Check out these episode highlights: 01:59 - Adam's ideal client: “We help entrepreneurs, CEOs, and business leaders become the authority and expert in their field and put themselves into a category of one.” 02:19 - Problem Adam helps solve: “The problem that we solve is that most business leaders are stuck in a category of sameness. And consumers see them as a commodity, no different than anybody else, especially if you're a financial advisor, a doctor, a dentist, a lawyer. People just think you're like everybody else.” 03:10 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Adam: “They're blending in with everybody else. They're being commoditized which means people are challenging their fee structure and what they charge. They're making decisions, whether or not to buy from you or not buy from you based on things like convenience, or location, or structure.” 04:01 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Adam's solution: “They write the book that they want to write. We say, ‘Bait the hook to suit the fish, not the fisherman.' And so, you have to ask yourself the question, ‘What is keeping my ideal customer awake at night?'" 04:54 - Adam's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “Building your authority and your thought leadership is not something that happens randomly, and it's not something that happens to you. You, as a business leader, have to make the intentional decision that you are going to build your expertise.” 07:03 - Adam's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Adam's Website: authoritynow.com 08:04 - Q: How do you leapfrog your competition? A: It's not about putting in your dues. It's not about getting more degrees or certifications, so there are more letters after your name on your business card. It's about taking and making the intentional choice to build authority, which is manufactured and it can be manufactured. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “It begins with an intention of, ‘I'm going to do this', and then it's the discipline to actually follow through.” -Adam WittyClick To Tweet Transcript (Note,

FOOTBALL BROMANCE
SCOUTING REPORT WEEK #10

FOOTBALL BROMANCE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 69:17


Was mit einem Aggro-Stöhner vom Coach begann, endete mit der Schlussweisheit der heutigen Folge....entstanden durch ein traumatisches Erlebnis in einer Football-Umkleidekabine. Gott sei Dank gab es unter der Woche noch massig andere Highlights, wie zum Beispiel die Rückkehr von Cam Newton zu den Carolina Panthers, und die Verpflichtung von WR Diva Odell Beckham Jr bei den LA Rams. Im Talk über das TNF Game zwischen den Ravens und den Dolphins, stellen sich unsere Beiden Cracks die Frage, was in Baltimore los sein könnte. Am Ende wird natürlich wieder getippt, worin unsere Experten ja höchste Expertise bewiesen haben.... Tune in and enjoy. Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/FootballBromance

Law Chat with Girija
Journey of Protecting Your Assets in Your Business to Sell Easily When You are Ready to Exit with Erin Austin

Law Chat with Girija

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 51:11


Our guest today is a lawyer who hasn't worn a suit since 1995. She's truly disrupting the legal industry, tune in to find out how.    Episode Introduction:  Erin Austin joins us on Law Chat with Girija to talk all about the importance of protecting your intellectual assets to be able to sell your business without hassle when the time comes. She shares valuable tips, fun anecdotes, and note-worthy hacks with us.    Episode Summary:  Erin Austin walks us through her journey of working as an intellectual property lawyer in the movie business to now helping female founders protect their intellectual assets to make sure that their business has a legally solid foundation when they're ready to sell it.   Main Takeaways: Use law in a strategic way so that it protects your business instead of using it as an outlet to get out of legal trouble while spending a lot of money.  Contracts are the only way to transfer ownership of your intellectual property. It is very important to go through the terms and conditions of any third-party software that you may be using in order to understand what you're authorized to use their platform for. Intellectual assets go beyond movies, books, paintings, and other major publications. Wealth empowers you to make an impact. Always remember that a potential buyer is interested in the future of your business, not where you're currently at. Potential buyers are interested in things such as your business' revenue, systems and processes, market position, branding, business insights etc. Make sure you have client contracts and errors and omissions insurance in your business. You need to find synergy in your business so that all the different aspects are working towards the same common goal.   Fun Facts About Erin Austin: Some of her favorite business tools are Zoom, MS Office, ClickUp, ConvertKit, LinkedIn and Google Workspace. She would recommend you to read The Business of Expertise by David C. Baker and listen to the The Business of Authority Podcast by J. Stark and R. Moulton.    Help us mentor other entrepreneurs through the power of storytelling by rating us and leaving a positive review on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/law-chat-with-girija/id1528580730   Get the FREE Five Day Legal Audit: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/5-day-free-legal-audit-challenge/   Join Law Chat for Entrepreneurs Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/449334726047480   Find Erin Austin: Website: https://thinkbeyondip.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erinaustin/ Get the visual experience, watch the videocast for the episode here: https://youtu.be/tV86xdUdqHE   Connect With Girija: Website: https://www.gbplaw.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gbplaw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GBPLaw/   Get Ready To Use Contact Templates At: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/

Brand Master Podcast
175 | How To Build Branding Expertise (And Become An Expert)

Brand Master Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 8:27


y the end of this podcast, you'll have a 5-step roadmap you can follow to build your expertise in the field of branding.First, we'll discuss the importance and difficulty of positioning and why most fall at the first hurdle.Next, you'll discover the importance of expertise and how learning your craft makes you better at what you do, more efficient and more in-demand.Then, we'll discuss the benefits of acquiring deep expertise including becoming more relevant, trustworthy, knowledgeable, competitive and profitable.Next we'll uncover why generalists outnumber experts including how easy it is to generalise and how difficult it is to pick a specialisation and acquire the required level of expertise.Then, you'll learn how to become an expert in your niche with this simple 5-step processFor more brand strategy resources and downloads visit brandmasteracademy.com

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Libby Emmons breaks down Rittenhouse trial, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin gives his expertise and Doocy wins again - 11.10.21 - Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 39:26


The Brainjo Jam
The Illusion of Expertise (Brainjo Bite)

The Brainjo Jam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 12:40


For more on how to apply neuroscience to practice smarter, check out the book The Laws of Brainjo: The Art & Science of Molding A Musical Mind Click here to join the Banjo For Adult Beginners Facebook Group.   To learn more about music courses based on The Brainjo Method, head to brainjo.academy

Cloud N Clear
EP 112 / SaaS ALLIANCE PARTNER AND MULTI-CLOUD BaaS VENDOR, HYCU, LEVERAGES SADA'S GOOGLE CLOUD EXPERTISE

Cloud N Clear

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 39:25


ON-DEMAND NOW! Another captivating episode of #CloudNClear is waiting for you. This time, our very own Tony Safoian, CEO, SADA, hosts Simon Taylor, CEO, HYCU. They get together to spotlight our #SaaS #Alliance Partner and the world's fastest-growing #multicloud backup as a service vendor, HYCU. Join this discussion as these fearless leaders uncover what makes the partnership with SADA and Google Cloud extremely special, the ease and #scalability customers see when they turn on #HYCU, and how the organization is transforming #dataprotection to enable #backup and #recovery for the #publiccloud.   Host: Tony Safoian Guests: Simon Taylor   Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cloudnclear https://twitter.com/SADA https://twitter.com/safoian https://twitter.com/simonHYCU   Connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sada/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/safoian/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/simonjonathantaylor/

Sprinkled with Hope
117 - Spiritual Happiness with Roger Butts

Sprinkled with Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 35:35


Engaging speaker. Expert in hospital chaplaincy and the emotional turmoil of the COVID pandemic as well as the importance of spiritual practices (with or without organized religion) and self-reflection in the time of a pandemic. Expertise in centering prayer and other contemplative practices. Important practices in a time of burn out among social justice activists, in a time of political divisions. Expert in inter-spiritual and inter-faith and progressive Christian thought. Expert in the importance of meditation/contemplation/prayer for daily practice to deepen the ability to reflect on life's chances and changes. Occasionally funny too. That's a bonus.

Female Leadership Podcast
#184 Mentor*in sein: Warum in uns allen ein inspirierendes Vorbild steckt

Female Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 37:36


Damit Menschen besonders gut wachsen können, braucht es verschiedene Faktoren: ausreichend Raum, passende Ressourcen, Zugang zu Informationen, Selbstreflektion und – die Begleitung von anderen Personen. Vorbilder und Mentor*innen helfen dabei, den eigenen Blick zu weiten. Sie können uns vorleben, wie das Erreichen unserer Ziele aussehen kann oder uns neue Perspektiven öffnen, die wir alleine übersehen hätten. Das Feedback von Menschen, deren Meinung wir schätzen, kann Wunder bewirken. Während wir uns meist in der Rolle der Lernenden sehen, vergessen wir oft, dass jede*r von uns die Rolle des Vorbilds ausfüllen kann, ganz unabhängig vom eigenen Karrierestatus oder ob uns Teammitglieder offiziell „zugeordnet“ sind. Es bedarf keiner Titel, um Mentor*in zu sein. Vielmehr ist die Grundlage dafür eine offene Kommunikation auf Augenhöhe. Denn schon kleine Gesten und konstruktive Impulse im (Arbeits-)Alltag haben einen positiven Einfluss. Das kann ganz nebenbei geschehen oder aber in regelmäßigen Formaten, in denen zum Beispiel Menschen mit unterschiedlichen Erfahrungen, Expertise oder Karriereleveln miteinander ins Sparring gehen. Gerade in großen Organisationen lohnt hier auch der Blick über das eigene Team hinaus: interne Hospitations- oder Jobrotationsprogramme, regelmäßiger Austausch mit anderen Fachbereichen und informelle Netzwerktreffen fördern den Austausch und stärken die Organisationskultur. Vorbilder sind häufig Menschen, die eine gewisse Haltung haben und für ihre Werte einstehen. Das kann eine große Inspiration für unser Umfeld sein. Deshalb zeige ich in der Podcastfolge #184, wie wir alle – in Großen wie im Kleinen – Mentor*innen sein können und gebe Impulse wie das in der Praxis konkret aussehen kann: für mehr Austausch und die große Chance, voneinander zu lernen.

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money
151 Myrna Mills Love - Financial Services Professional Shares Expertise On R.E. Investing, Money Mindset & Best Selling Book

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 27:31


Myrna Mills Love shares financial expertise with listeners and what inspired her to become an entrepreneur and move people to understand there is a grand plan for her and her clients. She leads M3 and is based in the metro Charlotte area.Discover more about Myrna at www.myrnamlove.comOne of Myrna's objectives is to move people to financial freedom by transforming their money mindset. What is powerful is Myrna's strong role in partnering with clients to assist in constructing people's financial DNA.Myrna has a passion for investing in real estate and has done so for many years, today she uses new strategies to invest without  the techniques used in yesteryear. What interests Myrna and her new approach to real estate investing delivers just a greater return on investment as in the past.Myrna Mills Love is a financial service professional and during this interview, she provides a behind-the-scenes look at how she delivers for her clients.Myrna is co-author of the #1 international best-selling book, "The Image In The Mirror." She shares a couple of co-author's chapters to give listeners an idea of how the book is structured and what it does to empower readers.One of Myrna's upcoming business projects consists of starting an AirBNB, there is no doubt it will be a resounding success. I recommend you stay tuned for when the announcement is made when it opens for business.Learn more about Myrna Mills Love and M3 at this link  https://bit.ly/31FhETrGo to Wealth Academy Podcast on Apple Podcasts and rate and review Episode #151  - Myrna Mills Love interview, please provide a 5-star rating. Thank you in advance for your assistance.       

None Of Your Business Podcast
Turning Your Expertise into Income with Online Courses With Martha Krejci

None Of Your Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 35:37


In this episode, the Queen of Income Streams joins Shawn on the podcast to talk about coaching, consulting and COURSES! She shares here experience in those areas and how she has used her expertise to create online courses. This has allowed Martha and her family to generate over 7 Figures of income PER MONTH! Listen in for a great conversation how she has created a life of balance with her business and family through her ventures.Main Points: 5:30 - How Speaking Life Over Someone has Lasting Effects9:15 - Confidence fuels success11:00 - What a service based entrepreneur can make a course about14:30 - Create a COMMUNITY to market and sell your course16:30 - What software to use to create a course19:00 How much content you need to create your course21:00 - You can use a FREE ZOOM account to create your first course28:00 - The power of joint ventures and affiliates to generate income32:00 - Success is doing something you love to do32:45 - Why Martha Puts EVERYTHING on her calendarMartha Krejci is a high-vibin' mama, wife, life coach, business-growth strategist and social media marketing powerhouse who has taken the internet by storm. Featured in Oprah Magazine, Fast Company, Cosmopolitan, Shape and Huffington Post among other places, Martha's intuitive marketing expertise has helped her make her first million in less than a year using a strategy she teaches openly through courses, group coaching and other tried-and-true resources. From finding your passion to building a business that works, she teaches it all — and it's all ready and waiting for you.Connect with Martha:Website: https://withmartha.com/Insta: https://www.instagram.com/themarthakrejci/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livinthedreamwithmarthaTwitter: https://twitter.com/themarthakrejciLinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/themarthakrejci/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/marthakrejci

Don't Get Lost in the Laundry
Episode #79 Planning Your Holidays with Ease and Expertise

Don't Get Lost in the Laundry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 8:58


Get a jumpstart on your holiday planning! If you want the 9 page Holiday Planner Click HERE! 

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money
150 Aryeh Sheinbein Delivers Expertise on Wealth Creation For The Long Haul

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 35:14


Aryeh leads Results Advisory a Business Strategic Consulting firm. Aryeh is skilled at helping successful business owners and entrepreneurs invest their money intelligently, allowing their wealth to accumulate, so they can stay focused on what truly matters…their business and mission.Discover more at: https://solutionsadvisory.comAryeh discusses finance and business strategies to scale and grow entrepreneurs' businesses or investments while maintaining profitability and increasing its value. One of the most intriguing content Aryeh covered was on bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and other virtual wallet-based monies. Aryeh delves into cryptocurrency and the information he provides can add value to your understanding.Entrepreneurs and small business owners, and or solopreneurs can leverage Aryeh's knowledge when it comes to guiding them to growing their wealth without losing focus on the reasons they are in business.If you have a 401K; you will want to reassess how you manage it because Aryeh delivers content-rich information to assist you with better understanding your position and how you can leverage your plan to invest in and more. Taxes play a role in the type of 401k, Roth IRA, and you will learn how to position yourself before and after retirement and more.Lastly, Aryeh collaborates with clients that do not know what to do with their money. He focuses on clients' goals, risk rewards associated with an investment, and much more.https://bit.ly/3wgzLKtRate and review Aryeh Sheinbein's episode 150  Wealth Creation For The Long Haul on Apple Podcasts, please provide a 5-star rating in support of this amazing episode.     

Up Next In Commerce
From Sales to SaaS: Diana Lee, CEO of Constellation Agency, Discusses Building and Licensing a Hyper-Local Ad Tool

Up Next In Commerce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 45:22


It's not every day that a car salesperson becomes a founder and CEO of a SaaS company that is revolutionizing the way companies do localized advertising. But that's the path that Diana Lee followed, and on this episode of Up Next in Commerce, we went through the whole story… and dug into how her company, Constellation Agency, built a technology that helped marketers stop crying (literally) because it was so hard to create hyper-local advertising. We also dove into how to think about capturing data in a world without cookies, and we discussed why, if you're going to be in the market for a car in the next year, you definitely need to be ordering one right now. Enjoy this episode!Main Takeaways:Scaling Creative and Locality of Ads: In the past, there was no easy way to do advertising at scale in a hyper-local way, which is one of the most effective ways to advertise. Making local ads was a problem that would take a month for advertisers to solve, and now it's a one-click solution. By investing in this solution, not only was Constellation Agency solving a problem for itself, but stumbling on a solution that everyone in the industry needed and wanted.Life Without Cookies: The downfall of cookies is a worry for many marketers, but there is still a way to capture first-party data that will allow you to succeed. By rethinking the ad unit itself, and building all of the choice and preferences into the ad unit, you can ingest the consumer data you need in a way that you control.Don't Water it Down: It's a nice idea to be a one-stop-shop for your customers, but when you do everything, you're never able to become an expert at anything. Find what you're great at and focus on that because if you can be the best at one thing, you won't need to do anything else because customers will flock to you for your expertise.For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript below. Quotes have been edited for clarity and length.---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.

We Build Great Apartment Communities
056: Identifying Opportunities in the World of Real Estate with Peter Knobloch

We Build Great Apartment Communities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 45:13


In today's episode, John Brackett is joined by Peter Knobloch to discuss about the rigorous but rewarding world of real estate - how to identify opportunities, knowing where to spend your precious time and energy on as well as mastering the fundamentals of the market. Lots of stories about good investment deals, “expensive seminars” and valuable insights all throughout the episode are as well up for you to grab and live by! Peter Knobloch real estate investment expertise includes investment identification, underwriting analyses, negotiations, acquisitions, development, capital acquisition and funding for both debt and equity, asset management, and valuations. Episode Highlights: Peter's early exposure to the world of real estate though his pilot father What makes Peter decide to pursue a real estate career How does Peter approach deals today vs how he did prior this pandemic Peter shares how Covid has changed the way he works Temperament changes of banks in this Covid situation and how it affects real estate investors Peter's buying criteria Looking at the micro and macro economic conditions as fundamentals in today's pandemic market Customer Service as the most undervalued quadrant in the real estate business Understanding where to spot opportunities Connect with Peter: Email  LinkedIn  Argo Capital Group, LLC Website  About Our Guest: I love real estate! My father was a part-time real estate agent and owned 5 units in San Diego, CA which I helped to maintain along with tenants, toilets, and trash. My father's parents bought and sold both residential and commercial real estate investments from New York to Cape Cod. I am originally from New England; born in Brunswick, Maine but raised in San Diego, CA since the age of four years. In my early career, I worked for an investment firm that catered to high net worth individuals and it was my responsibility to find, underwrite, negotiate, purchase, acquire debt financing, and create the private placement memorandums for multi-family apartments. Within twelve months, we had acquired over 343 units with a gross purchase value of just under $14,000,000. We raised approximately $3,500,000 in equity. All properties were "valued-add" acquisitions. After I left the investment firm, I worked as a senior financial analyst for the CFO for over 3 years at a commercial real estate development company where we built and managed multi-use projects (office, hotel, restaurant, sporting club) valued at over $500 million. Real estate investment expertise includes investment identification, underwriting analyses, negotiations, acquisitions, development, capital acquisition and funding for both debt and equity, asset management, and valuations up to $300 Million. Expertise and specialties include CFO/COO/CEO, operational/strategic management and consulting; private equity/capital; business/strategic plans; business and commercial real estate DCF valuations; business formation and restructuring; and financial analysis/forensics. 10 years ago, my wife and I flipped a 3-bedroom condo purchased from a bank out of foreclosure for $50,000. It was a mess!!! We renovated the entire condo for about $20,000: carpet drapes, bathroom, kitchen, paint, lighting, etc. 18 months later we sold it for $150,000. We did all of the work except the kitchen. I have an MBA in Finance and International Business, graduating with Honors, and an undergraduate degree in Business Management and Economics. Our investment group is actively seeking value-add multi-family apartments outside of California for investment syndication. Please refer to our Investment Criteria for specific details for our buying parameters. ARGO Capital Group, LLC Principal | Managing Director 619-607-3566 peter@argocapgroup.com San Diego, CA 92122 ---   Did you enjoy today's episode? Please click here to leave a review for The We Build Great Apartment Communities. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out! Do you know someone who might enjoy this episode? Share this episode to inspire and empower! Connect with John Brackett and We Build Great Apartment Communities Instagram @webuildgreatcommunities Facebook @buildingreatcommunities LinkedIn @brackettjohn Website www.fidelitybps.com Subscribe to The We Build Great Apartment Communities Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Do you think you would be a great fit for the show? Apply to be a guest by clicking . Fidelity Business Partners, Inc. 6965 El Camino Real Suite 105-190 Carlsbad, CA 92009 D: 760-301-5311 F: 760-987-6065

Journey To Launch
240- How To Package Your Expertise, Create A Profitable Business and Make An Impact With Maya Elious

Journey To Launch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 29:05


Maya Elious, a personal branding strategist that teaches experts how to position themselves as the go-to authority in their industry, joins that podcast to talk about all things creating a profitable business while making a lasting impact.  Maya has helped thousands of professionals get clear on their message, increase their prices, and have successful launches, and now she is with the Journey To Launch Podcast to tell us all of her secrets! Maya has gone from ground zero to a million dollar business and she wants you to be just as successful! If you've been scared to take the leap into launching your offer, or are simply intimidated in the process of amplifying what you already provide, you'll want to listen to this episode! In this episode we discuss: How Maya went from charging $55 for custom Myspace pages to running a $2M per year business The negative psychological and physical effects being a people pleaser can bring -- and why pleasing yourself is much better in the long run The sunken cost fallacy and how to avoid it (or, let's be honest, snap out of it) What increasing your standard of broke means The two initial goals Maya set when she started out + more Other related blog posts/links mentioned in this episode: If you want to attend Maya's event go to ImpactWeekendLive.com and enter the code "journey" to get 20% off! To Listen to the Learn to Trade As A Side Hustle To Reach Your Financial & Life Goals FREE Audio Training with Teri Ijeoma by clicking here. Join The Weekly Newsletter List Leave me a voicemail– Leave me a question on the Journey To Launch voicemail and have it answered on the podcast! Watch me on News12  Watch my latest segments on News12 YNAB –  Start managing your money and budgeting so that you can reach your financial dreams. Sign up for a free 34 days trial of YNAB, my go-to budgeting app by using my referral link. Connect with Maya: Website Instagram: @MayaElious Twitter: @MayaElious Facebook: @MayaElious Connect with me: Instagram: @Journeytolaunch Twitter: @JourneyToLaunch Facebook: @Journey To Launch Join the Private Facebook Group Join the Waitlist for My FI Course Get The Free Jumpstart Guide

Embracing Differences
Experience versus expertise

Embracing Differences

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 44:41


In this episode, I am joined by Gary Klein, a psychologist, and an internationally renowned researcher most famous for his work in naturalistic decision making. We discuss how expertise is both understood and undermined and why we should care about developing and nurturing expertise in an uncertain world.

Cockpits & Cocktails
Jolie Lucas/Mooney Girl: Aviation expertise melds with therapist career! (Season 2, Episode 18)

Cockpits & Cocktails

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 59:25


Jolie Lucas has managed to combine all of her loves.  Her career as a therapist allows her to help those in another passion of hers, aviation. She is a private pilot with the unique ability to use her psychology knowledge and background to help others understand and use their mentality to be better pilots. She comes from an aviation family with many fond memories of travel. She began flying later in life and now expertly hosts and leads talks through AOPA, EAA, etc., and contributes to an AOPA blog.  She began the well-known course "Right Seat Ready" for copilots and family members of pilots with friend Jan Maxwell. She also co-founded Mooney Girls for dedicated and proud Mooney aircraft owners. Listen in on her story that includes a hair-raising, pivotal moment as a pilot. Lots of lessons to learn here! 

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah
156 The Medical Expertise of Jesus

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 103:20


Kwadwo Boateng Bempah
156 The Medical Expertise of Jesus

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 103:20


Living the IU Health Way with Ron Stiver
Innovation, Quality, Expertise - Our collaboration with Community Medicine

Living the IU Health Way with Ron Stiver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 20:48


In Ron Stiver's latest podcast, he sits down with Kevin Gebke, MD (president of Community Medicine, IU Health Physicians), Greg Kiray, MD (senior vice president of Population and Community Health and CMO of SHS), and David Kogan (senior vice president of Clinical Operations, SHS) to discuss the partnership and innovative programs that Community Medicine and System Health Solutions are building to improve access and affordability of high-quality care, deliver a better experience for patients, and develop innovative new models of care.

Public Sector Future
AI for Sustainability 

Public Sector Future

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 27:35


In this episode we speak with Dr. Vik Pant, the Chief Scientist and Chief Scientific Advisor for Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). Dr. Pant shares his priorities in his role and learnings from NRCan's digital accelerator as they work to implement new technologies. Discover how new artificial intelligence capabilities are being used to promote sustainability, from improved flood mapping and wildfire response to mining risk mitigation.  Click here for transcript of this episode.  Olivia Neal [host] | LinkedIn | Twitter  Dr. Vik Pant [guest] | LinkedIn | Twitter  Microsoft Public Sector Center of Expertise  Natural Resources Canada  Learn more about Geo-Deep-Learning  Research: Digital Approaches for Sustainability  Join Microsoft at FWD50   

Wings Of...Inspired Business
648 Reinvention & Resilience: Serial Entrepreneur Debbie Allen on How to Profit in Business from Your Unique Expertise

Wings Of...Inspired Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 61:40


Debbie Allen is known as “The Expert of Experts”, leveraging her successful career as a serial entrepreneur across myriad industries to now help clients position themselves as go-to experts in their niche. An internationally renowned speaker and business mentor, as well as the author of 9 books including Confessions of Shameless Self Promoters, Skyrocketing Sales, The Highly Paid Expert, and Success is Easy, Debbie also shares what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur, and why the best learning comes from just jumping in and doing and asking mentors for help.

Winning Streaks
Transform Your Expertise Into a 7-Figure Income with Justin Welsh | E45

Winning Streaks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 42:00


My guest today is often touted as the king of Linkedin. In 2019 he left his high-paying executive job at a fast growing startup in LA to work for himself.    Since then he has built a passive income machine online using the power of Linkedin. The results:   He went from 2000 followers to now 123,000  He's generated over $1.2M in self-employed income And get this, he's done it all with zero ad spend. Not a single dollar invested into ads.   Now he is teaching others how they can do the same thing he did as the Co-Founder of Audience and Income.    Introducing, Justin Welsh.    Linkedin Operating System (Special Discount): https://theofficialjustin.gumroad.com/l/theos/winningstreaks   Justin's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinwelsh/

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals
Hidden Risks in Multifamily Syndications You Might Not Know About with James Kandasamy

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 38:43


Over 7 years of experience in real estate with more than 5 years in multifamily acquisitions and asset management.  Expertise in finding value in Multifamily opportunities.  Identified, underwrote, and oversaw the acquisition process of over $180M of quality multifamily investments (10+ Assets) and still growing.  Ran the execution of each business plan in the portfolio.  His average IRR in portfolio is more than 20% Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering(Hons) from Science University of Malaysia and MBA from the University of South Adelaide (Australia).   [00:01 - 03:56] Opening Segment Get to know James Kandasamy Passive investor and general partner Grab a copy of Passive Investing In Commercial Real Estate   [03:57 - 11:36] Hidden Risks in Multifamily Syndications You Might Not Know About How James managed his deals as a single GP Deals that are a little riskier for their passive investors Why investment structures are very key Partnerships are absolutely a good thing Something is hidden in your paperwork Drawing down a capital account   [11:37 - 25:49]  Private Placement Memorandum On, On, and Off Changing your entire investment structure What is PPM for? “People use us, right?” All about risk Make sure to take care of your investors. The Key in Dealing with Investors is… Learn The Detail Investment Structure and How to See it through his website, www.passiveinvestinginrealestate.com     [25:50 - 38:43] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsorsGroundfloor offers short-term, high-yield real estate debt investments to the general public. Check www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ to get started. What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education?Deals bought in one geography James's worst investmentSingle-family What is the most important lesson that you've learned in business and investing?“Add value to others.” Connect with my guest. See the links below.   Tweetable Quotes: “True cash flow is always low risk compared to exit cash because no one knows what's gonna happen in the next five years.” - James Kandasamy “Just go and read very carefully, how is the operational cash flow being distributed?” - James Kandasamy “It's all about risk.” - James Kandasamy ------------ Connect with James Kandasamy through james@achieveinvestmentgroup.com, Facebook, and LinkedIn.  Visit their website https://achieveinvestmentgroup.com/.    Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms.  LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes                   

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
Marcel Daane – Don't Get Overconfident in Your Expertise

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 27:28


BIO: Marcel Daane is an award-winning executive coach and author living in Singapore. STORY: Marcel built a great gym, but because he thought he was the expert in the field, he became a horrible boss. He wanted to run the show to the point where he burnt himself out. Eventually, he had to leave the business that had taken him 10 years and $500,000 to build. LEARNING: Don't start believing your own hype to a point where you ignore other people's insights and opinions. Just because you have strong skills in an area that doesn't mean you'll make a great entrepreneur.   “When we become over-reliant on what we think, we know we get stuck in our heads.”Marcel Daane  Guest profilehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/marceldaane/ (Marcel Daane) is an award-winning executive coach and author living in Singapore. Worst investment everMarcel had a desire to start his own gym, and it took him about 10 years or so of saving. With the help of his wife, he managed to save a quarter of a million dollars. But Marcel needed about half a million, so he went out and sought some partners and managed to raise the half-million. Marcel then built one of the most awesome gyms in Singapore that you could imagine. He built a speed institute with the intent to give everybody an opportunity, including children, to feel like they were athletes. The gym had sprinting lanes and all that kind of stuff in there. But there were no treadmills. When they opened their doors and invited people to see the gym, they all asked where the treadmills were. It was right there and then that Marcel knew there was a problem. The problem was that he had built a gym that was for him, and it took so much energy to get people to buy into it. But where the investment went wrong was actually with Marcel. As a personal trainer, he was extremely passionate about how he did his work. He considered himself an expert in the field, so he treated his partners and staff like they were working for him and it was his way or the highway. Marcel became a horrible boss. With this kind of attitude, it didn't take Marcel long to burn out. He finally concluded that he couldn't sustain this way of operating. So he spoke to his partners, and they came to a settlement, and Marcel left the company. He had basically bailed on his own company. Interestingly, the company started doing better after he left. Lessons learnedIf you're an expert in your field and want to start a business in that field, first check yourself. Make sure that you don't start believing your own hype because other people around you may be less knowledgeable than you but might have some phenomenal insights that can help your business. Don't get so determined that you put blinders on and stop opening yourself up to perspectives, ideas, and thoughts from other people. If you think you're the expert, get other people to put you in check because you're going to need them. Andrew's takeawaysGive your customers what they want. Don't get overconfident in your expertise. Just because you have strong skills in an area that doesn't mean you'll make a great entrepreneur. Actionable adviceStop believing that what you think you know is the only option. There are millions of different ways of operating and doing things, and there are ideas out there that you just lock yourself off to by believing in your own hype. No. 1 goal for the next 12 monthsMarcel's number one goal for the next 12 months is to make sure that his new book https://amzn.to/3vsVz5e (The Five Energies of Horrible Bosses and How Not to Become One) ends up in bookstores all around the world and in people's hands. He hopes the book will create a conversation around how we can lead our businesses differently and look at leadership and how we run our businesses from a more human perspective, rather than just being data-driven.   [spp-transcript]   Connect with Marcel Daanehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/marceldaane/ (LinkedIn)...

Behind The Wheel Podcast
How to Merge Your Passion With Your Expertise & Launch a Business Jeff Henderson

Behind The Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 35:28


Jeff Henderson, is a well known race director and founder of the Musselman Triathlon and co-director of the Seneca7, he provided technical & logistics support for “Paulie's Push,” a 20th anniversary tribute to the flight crews killed that day. We had a the opportunity to see the device that Jeff created to track Paulie as he set out to push a beverage cart from Boston to ground zero. Today's episode is sponsored by Ron Thurston, Ron is an Amazon best-selling author of Retail Pride and the founder of Take Pride today. If you're tired of a station that doesn't speak to your needs and you're interested in learning more about the BTW Podcast visit RUNUTAINMENT. BTW Podcast is listener-supported, I started a Ko-fi page to allow small businesses and entrepreneurs to sponsor an episode. BTW Podcast now has a Patreon page. BTW Podcast is listener-supported. The launching of my Ko-fi and Patreon page is me embracing my talents, this is me walking in my purpose, this is me taking the leap, acknowledging that what I'm doing is providing a valuable service for the audience, the guest and sponsors. BTW Podcast is a business. You can visit Derek Oxley to stay up today on current happenings with BTW Podcast, sign up for the Newsletter, check out the blog or order merchandise. I took the leap 4 years ago to drive for Uber/Lyft Full-time, so I could have the flexibility to devote to building BTW Podcast. Like everyone BTW Podcast was impacted with the pandemic. Ko-fi is platform that will allow entrepreneurs/business owners to sponsor an episode PRE, MID or POST roll, it also allows you to buy me a cup of coffee. Patreon will allow listeners to show their support for the podcast on a monthly basis, Patreon supporters of the show will gain access to behind the scenes material, early access to merchandise, bonus episodes, and access to UINC, TIPS and RUNUTAINMENT articles. Thanks for accompanying my on this ride. Leave a voicemail on Anchor to let us know how we're doing and receive a shout out in a future episode or you can now visit my brand spanking new BTW Podcast website in lower righthand corner there's a microphone simply click that and record a message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/derek-oxley/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/derek-oxley/support

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon
#303: Rachel Sanders, Co-Founder and CEO of Rootine, a Precision Nutrition Startup Empowering Individuals to Optimize Their Wellness, on the Value of Personalized Health Solutions, Diversity in Investors, and Hiring for Culture over Expertise

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 25:03


Rachel Sanders is the Co-Founder and CEO of Rootine, a wellness company working to optimize its users' health and daily performance with precision nutrition. They enable individuals to leverage their personal health and nutrition data to improve how they look, feel and perform everyday with their test-take-track approach. Rachel has spent her career in high-stress roles that require her to maximize the time she has — first as an investment banker and now as a startup founder and first-time mom. Early on in her career she was suffering from burnout, fatigue, stress, and brain fog which hampered her ability to give her best every day. She turned to nutrition and fitness as a way to get more out of her day when sleep wasn't always an option - constantly iterating on products, exercises, and ways to fuel her body to add performance gains throughout the day.   Topics Covered by Rachel Sanders in this Episode What Rootine is, what inspired Rachel to start the company and how she found her co-founder, Dr. Daniel Wallerstorfer How Rootine is empowering consumers to gain access to their health data and leverage it to improve how they feel and perform The importance of personalizing health solutions How Rootine launched and what their go to market strategy was Being a digitally native brand What differentiates Rootine amongst the competition in the 700 billion dollar global nutrition industry Their test-take-track approach Creating a strong brand The customer experience for new Rootine consumers Rootine's business model and how they developed it How they approach expanding markets Rootine's primary use cases Rachel's first startup as a learning experience Rootine's fundraising process and the importance of diversity in investors Hiring and building out the Rootine team and hiring for culture over expertise Being a values and results driven company Achieving the big mission and vision for Rootine Listen to all episodes of the Just Go Grind Podcast: https://www.justgogrind.com Follow Justin Gordon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/justingordon212

The Art Of Coaching
What To Charge For Your Time & Expertise: A Deep Dive

The Art Of Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 85:28


The prospect of assigning a dollar amount to your time can evoke feelings of frustration, guilt, confusion and imposter phenomenon.  And yet, whether you're salaried, hourly or a business owner / entrepreneur, it's essential to know what your time is worth. Not only will this calculation help you to decide between opportunities, it'll allow you to communicate your value and build a healthy relationship with money.    Today's episode will be a deep dive into how to confidently communicate what you're worth, decide what to charge and how to not feel guilty doing so. We'll discuss tactical strategies for understanding what variables should go into your decision as well as:   Two different strategies for calculating what your time is worth Why it doesn't matter what you charge so long as you OVER-deliver How to train yourself out of poor habits / unhealthy relationships with money How to know when and what to give away for free   If exercises like this are helpful, you'll get tremendous value from our Build Your Brand Workshop. We aren't afraid to charge for this 2-day intensive workshop because the information shared and the value you'll gain from networking and learning how to apply these principles to your business will be incomparable.    This is one you WON'T want to miss- artofcoaching.com/brand.   Today's episode is brought to you by our incredible sponsors: VersaClimber: Our favorite low-impact, efficient cardiovascular strength workout! - Tell them Brett and Art of Coaching sent you! SAGA: The best wireless, bluetooth enabled BFR cuffs - COACHBRETT20 = 20% off  Connect out our co-co-host Jake Swart: Via Instagram: @docjakeswart Via his website: https://www.athletespotential.com/ Via his podcast: The Active Atlanta Podcast

Swarfcast
Marketing by Sharing Your Expertise, with Joe Sullivan

Swarfcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 37:00


Our guest on today's podcast is Joe Sullivan, founder of Gorilla 76, a successful industrial marketing agency specializing in the manufacturing arena. My goal in this interview is to uncover the secrets behind effective B2B marketing. Today, anyone who owns a smartphone has the tools to tell the world about their company. But how do […] The post Marketing by Sharing Your Expertise, with Joe Sullivan first appeared on Today's Machining World.

MicroFamous
What Do You Really Want? Leverage, Impact & Turning Your Expertise into a Lifestyle Business

MicroFamous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 10:20


For experts like coaches and consultants, it's easy to get trapped in a business that doesn't fit us.  In the real estate business, Mike Ferry is still going out and speaking to live audiences and real estate offices in his 80's. That's the lifestyle he wants, but it's not what I want. On the flip side, some experts set the goal of a business that runs without them and throws off a high profit that allows them to essentially retire. Richard Koch is a great example of this. He works a few hours in the morning in communication with leaders of the companies he's invested in. That leaves the rest of the day to think, write, ride his book or tool around his property in South Africa.  He does no 1-on-1 coaching or mentoring, it's all through the books he writes and interviews he gives. For me, I want something in the middle. I genuinely enjoy the client work of helping people figure out their marketing strategy, their messaging, their ideal client they want to attract, the Point of View they want to put into the world, the big, valuable problem they want to solve. That's where I get the sense of fulfillment and impact. So my ideal business doesn't take me out of that work, it just adds a ton of leverage. (Side note: if you're on the introverted side like me, we need leverage. We don't get energy back from all of our social interactions, so we need to get more out of each interaction. That's leverage.) So the question for this episode is, What do you REALLY want?

Online Genius Podcast
EP 236: Expertise Matters

Online Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 25:45


In today's episode, we're going to talk about the topic of expertise. The gurus out there are telling people that they only need to be a step or two ahead of their audience and don't need actual subject matter expertise in order to make money.  But the reality is that you do need expertise if you want to build a business that will be successful in the long term. We'll look at why you need expertise whether you're in a crowded market or a brand new market and why being only a step or two ahead of your audience could backfire. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN TODAY'S EPISODE: The 3 reasons you need expertise  You're in a crowded market You're going to have a tough time standing out if you can't be at the top of your market How can you position yourself as an expert in the market if you don't have expertise and why would people choose you (unless you were significantly cheaper...) You're in a market with no competition No competition suggests it's not a viable market or you'll struggle once others enter your market If there is no competition, you need to ask why. Chances are there isn't a real market. If you are able to create a new market, without expertise, you'll struggle to sustain your position Without expertise, you won't be able to create barriers to entry Amount of money you can make = number of people you can help x the severity of the problem you can solve If you don't have expertise, how serious of a problem can you solve? If you don't have expertise, you become a commodity You can't continue to serve your audience What will you do when your audience catches up with your expertise? Expertise allows you to charge more and be able to stay on top of your field Trying to build expertise along the way is much harder Tough love, if you don't have real expertise, don't create a product. Instead, make the effort to build expertise No matter where you are in your business, you need to continue to learn and grow RESOURCES IN TODAY'S EPISODE: BADA$$ Online Marketing University Free Privacy Policy BADA$$ Online Marketers Follow Bobby on Instagram

Business Lunch
[Rewind] Marcus Lemonis on Profit, Product, People, and the Process

Business Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 46:06


In an interview with Roland Frasier, Marcus Lemonis, host of the hit TV show, The Profit, breaks down what really matters most in business. Marcus was scheduled to speak at T&C 2020, but the event never happened. Roland and Marcus still had a chance to sit down and chat though, and this podcast episode revisits that brilliant interview.  And exciting news! Marcus will be speaking at Scalable Impact Live in Austin, TX on November 2-3, along with NFL Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith and Kendra Scott, who has had a billion dollar exit in her fashion brand. Marcus is known for looking at the 3 Ps—people, product, and process—when he's evaluating a business to invest in. When asked to break that down, he said it's important to first establish the fact that this framework works for everyone. It's an easy way for him to communicate with people on TV about how to think of their business differently. The application is universal. Product, Process, People These are the three things that matter in a business, but you have to rank them in terms of priority, Marcus says.  Product is the easiest one to think about. A relevant product or service is something everyone can understand. It's got to be real time, digestible. It has to be able to change when the environment changes, and it's got to be driven by the market, not your emotion. Process is all about how you develop the idea, how you properly document it, build the case study around it, test it, roll it out to people, and continue to improve on it. Where a lot of companies die is that they don't evolve, and you have to. Your process has to evolve and take into account new technology, trend changes, etc.  People are the most important. It's easy to say you care about people, but Marcus has started to rev this up a little more recently. Start with yourself. You can't respect other people if you don't respect yourself.  2020 has been a crazy year. It has wreaked havoc and played tricks on people's minds. We've lost a lot and need to take stock in who we are as individuals, family members, community people, and leaders. Then apply that to people who work with you, not for you. We get frustrated with people, and we change our tone. We have this mindset of you work for me, instead of you work with me. We can be collaborative and thoughtful and still be good leaders.  “I can go into any business and help them to think differently about themselves and other people,” Marcus says. “If you're not capable of thinking differently, you shouldn't be a leader.” What Is So Attractive About Turn-Arounds? The Profit is all about turning around businesses that are having challenges. What makes someone want to tackle something so difficult? Marcus says he's always just been more at home with looking at things that are broken (processes, products) and really understanding it. “I'm more comfortable with things that are fractured,” he says, “because I like to be the guy with the glue who puts things back together.” How does he decide when to help people and when to cut his losses? He says a lot of people think he's crazy. “Why do you waste your time with knuckleheads?” people ask him. And he does it because of what other people learn while they watch him do it. He invests time in people to prove something to himself, to help others, and he knows it also resonates with the people watching. He wants to raise people's self-awareness about their behavior. How does he deal with people attacking him while he tries to help them? Well, that part isn't much fun. When the cameras leave, those relationships don't always work out. If they're delusional about themselves, they usually don't change. Don't rely on the other person to dictate your behavior, he says. You can't let people take you off your game.  The Profit is one of the longest running shows on television today. He's ultimately learning for himself and teaching others to think differently. It would be easy to kick people to the curb, but it's better not to. Marcus thinks of people like himself when he was starting his own business. How would he have wanted people to have treated him while he was struggling? That's what he does for others.  The key to business isn't about being the toughest person in the room and having a poker face. We all struggle in our businesses at some point. Businesses closed daily because of Covid. At the end of the day, be transparent about who you are and where you've come from, and don't try to create a fantasy life. Create wealth for yourself that allows you to have freedom and to invest in others. Don't create wealth to separate yourself and have an elitist mentality.  A Business Partner Has to Bring Capital, Expertise, or Contacts The important part of a roll-up, Marcus says, is partnering with like-minded people. You don't have to agree on everything, but share goals and vision. A lot of people talk about balance in life, but he doesn't subscribe to that.  Any potential business partner has to bring capital, expertise, or contacts to the table. And, honestly, capital is the least important asset of the three. Marcus loves networking. He loves to learn from people like Roland and share his own experiences so people can learn from him. Surround yourself with people who can be additive, he says.  What he really wants a partner to bring to the table is a new way of thinking about something. He wants to hire people who are smarter than him, people who can make him better.  The Importance of Diversity in Your Business Marcus doesn't do equal partnerships. He won't ever do a deal that's 50/50. He'll either be the minority and let the other person take the lead, or he wants to drive. You can't get in a car and have two people take the wheel. There might be exceptions to the rule, but he won't do it. There's got to be a clear leader. However, when he gets into a deal, even if it's just 10%, he does like to have financial control.  “For those people who own 100% of your business,” he says. “I would encourage you not to. I think it's important to have gender and racial diversity. I'm not saying it to check a box. You have to represent your consumers. All of them.” He says you have to truly know your audience. And to know them, you have to reflect who they are, or you'll serve them one thing when they're asking for another. Surround yourself with people who look like your audience. Your audience isn't all middle-aged white guys. You need a diverse team running your business.  How Covid Changed His Investment Thesis Marcus used to be very public about not investing in technology, because he didn't understand it. He likes brick and mortar, tangible products. Then someone approached him about a technology-driven fund/deal. They wanted a $2M investment. “They wanted me to think in new ways,” he says, “and they wanted me to partner with them, because I see things differently too.” Now he finds himself only wanting to invest in digital tech stuff.  “Covid accelerated my need to change my thinking,” he says. “I realized that the brick and mortar environment we lived in won't exist anymore. Technology is the future of the world. What I do hope happens though is that technology people and digital marketers can lend their credibility and experience to brick and mortar stores.” He says we all come from different places, have different experiences, and we all think about life and business differently. “We don't want to get into a homogenous way of thinking about things,” he says. “The key for me in business is that conflict is healthy. Getting different opinions and learning from other people is essential to growing yourself and your business. The key for me is respect. Respecting others' opinions, no matter how much you disagree. Make me better. I want to make you better too.”  OUR PARTNERS: Scalable Impact Live (November 2-3, 2021) Get a free proposal from Conversion Fanatics Get 3% cash back on your ad spend with AdCard

EconTalk
Arnold Kling on Reforming Government and Expertise

EconTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 63:59


Economist and author Arnold Kling talks about improving government regulation with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Kling suggests ways to improve the administrative state--the agencies and regulatory bodies that often write the regulations that they enforce. The conversation concludes with Kling's idea for holding public intellectuals accountable for their pronouncements.