I had another lovely conversation with Toni Shiloh last month. Her latest book, The Love Script released and boy does it promise to be another #BookTouchdown! Listen in to what you'll find in this Love in the Spotlight series and especially in The Love Script. Note: links may be affiliate links that provide me with a small commission at no extra expense to you. How Many Lies Does It Take to Expose the Truth That Love Brings? Authors tell me over and over that they experience the same things I do when I'm writing. You start helping your characters work through their problems, and as you do, the Lord starts exposing your own. He helps you understand where you need growth and helps pull weeds that try to choke out that growth. The Love Script has a great twist of someone trying to use a lie to smooth over the gossipy ripples of false reporting (genius way to handle it, eh?) and oh the fall out. Toni promises we'll see some great wisdom from Lamont's mother and some deep truths that Neveah discovers. The Love Truth by Toni Shiloh A Hollywood hair stylist. Nevaeh Richards loves making those in the spotlight shine but prefers the anonymity of staying behind her stylist chair, where no one notices her. But when a photo of Nevaeh and Hollywood A-lister Lamont Booker goes viral for all the wrong reasons, her quiet life becomes the number-one trending topic. The silver screen's latest heartthrob. Lamont Booker's bold faith has gained him a platform, and the authenticity of his faith is well known . . . until the tabloids cause the world to question everything he claims to be. With his reputation on the line, he finds himself hearing out his agent's push for a fake relationship–something he never thought he'd consider in a million years. A love that goes off script. With their careers at risk, Nevaeh and Lamont have to convince the world that their scripted romance is more than just an act. But when fake seems to turn into something real, can Nevaeh trust her heart in a world where nothing is ever as it seems? You can find out more about Toni on her WEBSITE. Follow her on GoodReads and BookBub. And don't forget that you can get 30% off the book with free shipping at BakerBookHouse.com. And you can get You Make It Feel Like Christmas, too! Like to listen on the go? You can find Because Fiction Podcast at: Apple Castbox Google Play Libsyn RSS Spotify Amazon and more!
It's the worst evil on the planet. It's the worst kind of exploitation of the vulnerable populations, and it's everywhere. - Ashleigh Chapman Welcome, Ashleigh Chapman, a truly remarkable advocate in the fight against human trafficking. Ashleigh's journey began as a child, providing a safe haven to three abused children, which sparked a lifetime dedication to the cause. She has since tirelessly worked to institute change, earning her recognition from USA Today as one of their Women of the Year in 2022. As a human rights lawyer and founder of the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration and Justice, Ashleigh's work is transforming the battle lines in the fight against exploitation. Her profound understanding and solution-driven approach make her an exceptional expert in this topic. Ashleigh's drive combined with her extensive experience in the field makes her a respected authority on the subject. My special guest is Ashleigh Chapman Ashleigh Chapman is a tenacious human rights advocate and social entrepreneur whose lifelong mission is to end human trafficking. As a child, she committed her life to combat the most brutal exploitation of vulnerable populations globally. She solidified this commitment into a profession by becoming a human rights lawyer. Today, as the leader of Atlas Solutions and the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration and Justice, she spearheads groundbreaking initiatives to combat this insidious industry. Her tireless efforts saw her honored as one of USA Today's Women of the Year in 2022. Ashleigh's unique insight into the dark underbelly of human trafficking makes her a respected voice in this field. Key Takeaways: Uncover the disturbing reality of human trafficking within America's borders. Delve into the intricate link between immigration and the rise of human trafficking. Expose the vulnerability of certain populations to the horrifying pitfall of trafficking. Gain insight into the influential power of collective action to oppose and destroy human trafficking. Shed light on the prevalent issue of human trafficking within the United States. Explore the role immigration plays in the orchestration of human trafficking. Unravel the susceptibilities of specific demographic groups commonly exploited in trafficking. Appreciate the dire need for unified engagement, a crucial force in combating human trafficking. Connect with us! https://www.facebook.com/emy.digrappa https://www.twitter.com/emydigrappa https://www.linkedin.com/emydigrappa ThinkWY.org The resources mentioned in this episode are: Subscribe to the What's Your Why podcast to never miss an episode. Explore Atlas Solutions, a business for good founded by Ashleigh Chapman in Wyoming that empowers solutions to end human trafficking. Learn about the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, a nonprofit connected to over 10,000 anti-trafficking advocates worldwide. Check out Justice U, an online learning platform where students can learn the basics of identifying human trafficking. Visit Engagetogether.com for more information on combating human trafficking and to access toolkits and online courses. Listen on all your favorite platforms and subscribe! Connect with me here: ThinkWY Facebook Twitter LinkedIn As always leave a review if you enjoyed these stories and follow us on Instagram or visit the webpage of the Wyoming Humanities! Sign up for the podcast newsletter using the QR code of follow this link: http://eepurl.com/igy4fH
Jerry Havel, owner of Pineridge Grouse Camp and co-owner of Upland Gun Company, joins me to talk grouse dogs, mentorship, and places for upland fellowship! Fall is in the air! Simpler times vs the current technology and tools Trusting your dog in the woods Get out and walk with your pups! Expose them early! Still starts with genetics Learning on the first dog The value of group training such as a NAVHDA Chapter Jerry's command structure Hunt YOUR hunt and enjoy the romanticism First impressions on new grouse hunters Places for fellowship and mentorship Prefer a good fireside debate on dog breeds or shotguns more? Get your dogs in shape! “October, grouse, loyal beautiful bird dogs, bourbon, grouse guns, and good friends” what makes our life. No question about it. Octobers come as a jewel in life. Only once a year, to be savored and remembered. Come and go in the blink of our eye. It strikes me that I have few remaining and it's important to value Octobers with good friends and good dogs. Can no longer say, “ well another one will come along next year." Email me your best grouse hunting or hunting camp story to win an Upland Gun Company hat and hoody as well as a Pineridge Grouse Camp hat! Send to email@example.com. -- YOUTUBE VIDEO: Why Do We Do Gun Fittings? -- Presented By: Standing Stone Supply [Use Code: GDIY to save 15%] onX Hunt Maps [Use Code: GDIY20 to save 20%] DT Systems [Use Code: DTSocialMedia15 for 15%] Final Rise Upland Gun Company BPro Kennels Other Partners: Eukanuba // Bird Dog Society GDIY Links: Patreon // Instagram // Facebook // Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After jumping into the film room, like Coach Ryan Day has been doing all week, former Buckeye Coach Zach Smith breaks down what he saw that are glaring weaknesses for Coach Marcus Freeman and the Notre Dame Football Team. Will the Ohio State Buckeyes get the win in South Bend? Or can veteran QB Sam Hartman carry the Fighting Irish to a nationally relevant and massive win on Saturday? The 2023 College Football Season should have some clarity come Saturday Night! MENACE COFFEE! https://menace2coffee.com/ Go to my sponsor: https://aura.com/menace to get a 14 day free trial and see if your personal information has been leaked online Go to my sponsor: https://www.bluechew.com/ Get ONE MONTH FREE (Pay $5 for Shipping) and try Blue Chew today! TRY MIRACLE MADE SHEETS NOW! https://trymiracle.com/MENACE MANSCAPED: 20% OFF with FREE SHIPPING! Screenshot your order for a chance at a FULL REFUND! https://www.manscaped.com/ #manscaped FREE CASH BONUS WITH MyBookie: https://mybookie.website/Menace2Sports The BEST Athletic wear you will find anywhere: https://mikeydapparel.com/ VIP Subscribers: https://www.patreon.com/menace2sports - Custom RSS Feed (Straight to your phone - No iTunes or Spotify) - Exclusive Content, Shows and Videos - Exclusive Call-In Ability for Live Shows - Starting at $5 a month! For the FULL Landscape of College Football, tune in:http://www.menace2sports.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menace2sports-with-zach-smith/id1464558838 Follow our show on social media: Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@menace2sports Twitter: https://twitter.com/Menace2Sports Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menace2sports/ Undisputed Best Sports Handicapping Tool in the WORLD: http://www.patreon.com/menace2picks College football is a game of explosive plays, immense passion, and endless thrills. Every Saturday during the college football season, the spirit of competition and excitement take the field as the nation's top student-athletes battle for gridiron glory. The powerhouses in college football are teams like Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, and Florida, all of whom compete in the fiercely contested NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision. Whether it's a hard-fought rivalry, chaotic scene in the stands, or an unbelievable touchdown grab, college football fans of all ages, backgrounds, and regions experience the same passion and intensity each week. From the blue-blooded programs to the rising stars, college football will always be the people's game. Ohio State Football is one of the most successful college football programs in history. With a total of 8 National Championships, the Buckeyes have established themselves as a powerhouse in the NCAA. Led by head coach Ryan Day, Ohio State has become known for its hard-hitting, aggressive defense and a high-octane offensive attack. While their recent success has been rooted in their strong recruiting class and their 2014 national championship, the program has a long and storied history in the college football world. On any given Saturday, the OSU faithful can be found inside the famous Ohio Stadium cheering on the scarlet and gray. Regardless of the opponent, each game brings out the passion and excitement that Ohio State fans are so well known for. Follow the Buckeyes and join the Buckeye Nation in their quest to reach another championship. Go Bucks!
Democratic Representatives Cori Bush, Ted Lieu, and Eric Swalwell used their platform in the Merrick Garland judiciary hearings to expose it as a sham as they exposed GOP hypocrisy and malfeasance. We must not fear AI. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/support
This week, EC talks with Jessica Beacom of the Real Food Dietitians. They discuss different meal prep strategies and tips for maintaining a healthy diet. They highlight the significance of meal planning, prepping proteins ahead of time, and using sauces and seasonings to enhance the flavor of pre-cooked meals. Additionally, they share ideas for convenient and simple meals, such as sheet pan meals and adult lunchables.
To purchase any of Dr. Laura's products mentioned: https://intuition-physician.myshopify.com?p=By3LxjVAn Does this sound familiar? You've been told to take medication after medication, hoping to find relief from your health issues, but the pain persists. You're tired of feeling frustrated and discouraged, desperately seeking a solution that actually works. Well, what if I told you there's a powerful practice that can revive your health and well-being from the inside out? It's time to explore the scientifically-backed benefits of grounding and discover a whole new level of physiological well-being. In this episode, you will be able to: • Discover how tapping into grounding techniques could be the secret to reviving your health and wellbeing. • Expose the limitations of traditional medical approach, with its narrow focus on symptom treatment. • Uncover hard scientific evidence behind grounding's power to enhance human physiology. • Bust the common misconception that grounding's benefits can only be reaped amidst nature's embrace. • Explore the quintessential role Earth plays in human life and our intricate bond with it. My special guest is Dr. Laura Koniver. Meet Dr. Laura Koniver, a passionate advocate for holistic medicine and practitioner of an unconventional, yet scientifically-backed approach to health; grounding. After a personal encounter with the profound calming effects of grounding on her colicky baby, she was inspired to backtrack to her medical roots to scour medical literature and reinterpret the results in the context of grounding. Dr. Laura's keen research skills coupled with her first-hand observations led her to become a leading proponent of grounding, educating masses with crucial knowledge derived from double-blind placebo studies on the transformative healing power of this simple practice. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Introduction to Grounding, 00:02:13 - Dr. Laura's Journey into Holistic Medicine, 00:05:25 - Understanding the Electrical Conductivity of the Body, 00:08:54 - The Power of Grounding, 00:13:47 - The Importance of Earth's Electrical Output, 00:18:45 - Grounding in Urban Environments, 00:22:35 - Addressing Detox Reactions to Grounding, 00:25:05 - The Impact of EMFs on the Body, 00:26:21 - Solutions for Electrosensitivity, 00:27:20 - Benefits of Being Electrosensitive, 00:28:21 - Impact of EMFs on Fertility, 00:33:14 - Thoughts on PEMF Beds, 00:39:08 - The Importance of Natural Materials in Grounding, 00:40:13 - The Intuitive Connection Between Grounding and Nature, 00:40:45 - Potential Negative Impact of Grounding Tools on Electrosensitive Individuals, 00:42:42 - Grounding in Urban Environments, 00:49:05 - Importance of Moisture for Grounding, 00:50:13 - Moisturizing for Grounding, 00:51:16 - Conductivity of Bark and Grounding, 00:53:18 - Grounding and Intuition, 01:01:10 - The Earth's Role in Health Regulation, 01:01:52 - Natural Remedies and Surprising Results, 01:02:48 - Conventional Medicine and Health, 01:03:31 - The Impact of Earth's Electromagnetic Field, 01:05:26 - Where to Find Dr. Laura Koniver's Work, ____________________________________________ This video is not medical advice & as a supporter to you and your health journey - I encourage you to monitor your labs and work with a professional! ________________________________________ Get all my free guides and product recommendations to get started on your journey! https://www.sarahkleinerwellness.com/all-free-resources Use code YOGI for a discount on Blue Blockers at vivarays.com/carnivoreyogi Use code YOGI or YOGI12 for a discount at www.upgradedformulas.com Check out all my courses to understand how to improve your mitochondrial health & experience long lasting health! (Use code PODCAST to save 10%) - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/store Sign up for my newsletter to get special offers in the future! - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/contact
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“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.” — H. Jackson Brown Jr. Today, we're joined by one of the most well-trained individuals on the planet, Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator, Andrew Sullivan. After watching the events of 11th September 2001 unfold, Andrew enlisted in the Navy, completed BUD/S training, and became a Navy SEAL. After six years at SEAL Team Two, he was selected to screen for the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG), also known as “DEVGRU,” where he spent the remainder of his time in service. In an 11-year stint at NSWDG, Andrew served as Team Leader for a 24-man counter-terrorism unit that conducted numerous missions pursuing high-value targets and conducting hostage rescue operations worldwide. He medically retired from the US military in 2020 after nearly two decades of service in the Special Operations community. Andrew has been awarded the Silver Star Medal, two Bronze Star Medals with combat valor, the Purple Heart Medal, and numerous other joint and individual commendations. In 2021, Andrew founded the Community First Project, a nonprofit organization designed to improve community safety by providing much-needed, no-cost training to police officers. The Community First Project delivers comprehensive, up-to-date tactical and operational training that allows officers to serve, protect, and survive – and keep our communities safe. In this episode: » Andrew's career as a Special Forces operator and the work he's doing today » The importance of the right training – and the right team – in every mission you're on » What mindset you need to perform under pressure; and » How to build resilience when you're faced with pain and loss. Let's WIN THE DAY with Andrew Sullivan! _
Nick Miller, Tim Spiers and Luke Bosher join Adam Leventhal to preview round five of the Premier League. They attempt to answer the weekend's big questions, such as: can Liverpool avenge the 3-0 defeat to Wolves from last season? Will Harry Maguire get the nod for an injury-hit Manchester United vs Brighton? And can Arsenal break their Goodison Park hoodoo after five consecutive winless trips? There's also a review of the Athletic's Agent Survey which the panel discusses, as well as a quick preview from Seb Stafford-Bloor as the top two clash in Germany. *** • This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/ATHLETICFOOTBALL • Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/COOLIGANS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today’s episode, Jake & Logan address their beef, Logan makes a BOLD Dillon Danis prediction, slams steroid accusations, Mike exposes his new girlfriend, OnlyFans farmers are taking over, Vivek Ramaswamy is the new Donald Trump, *new* alien evidence surfaces & more… Wear Maverick Clothing ► https://maverickclothing.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ► https://www.youtube.com/impaulsive Visit http://manscaped.com/Logan and use the discount code LOGAN at checkout Watch Previous (Akon & Logan Paul Debate Christianity, Share Michael Jackson’s Secret, Eminem Co-Hosting IMPAULSIVE) ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLY9N8mR58Q&t=453s ADD US ON: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/impaulsiveshow/ Timestamps: 0:00 Welcome Jake Paul!
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Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Joe Rogan and Tulsi Gabbard exposing the disgusting attempts to rob Hawaiians of their land after the catastrophic Hawaii wildfires that destroyed Lahaina; Elon Musk explaining how Ukraine attempted to violate US policy by attempting to change the areas Starlink could operate in; Secretary of State Antony Blinken's horrible deal with Iran; Rep. Scott Perry sparring with a reporter over Kevin McCarthy launching an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden; John Fetterman's response to the Biden impeachment inquiry; Robert F. Kennedy Jr. explaining to Tim Dillon how the Democratic primary has already been rigged against him; CNN pushing back against New Mexico Governor Lujan Grisham's unconstitutional gun ban; Tim Dillon's reaction to RFK Jr. giving him the actual stats behind how Vanguard and Blackrock want you to “own nothing”; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/ Check out the NEW RUBIN REPORT MERCH here: https://daverubin.store/ ---------- Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold - Protect your retirement from Bidenflation. Convert your IRA or 401k into an IRA in precious metals. Claim your free infokit on gold and talk to one of their precious metals specialists now. Go to: https://birchgold.com/dave
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In This Episode, You Will Learn: What natural ingredients have multiple benefits? Set yourself up for success by preparing BEFORE you get sick. How to heal from a stomach bug? Resources + Links: Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or call the office 412-828-6000 Follow Doc Jacque on Instagram | @doc_jacque Subscribe to our YouTube Channel | Doc Jacque Schedule a Full Immersion New Patient Consultation with Doc Jacque Schedule your 15 Minute FREE Consultation Check out the Supplement Shop Find more resources on our website | https://www.docjacque.com/ Show Notes: Your immune system is a super power, don't suppress it with over the counter medication! Today I will share with you some of my favorite remedies for flu and cold illnesses and I have the ingredients listed below. Many of these ingredients have multiple benefits other than just helping your body heal. We often use honey in many remedies and honey also helps with seasonal allergies if you buy locally sourced. Eucalyptus is very much a cure all also. Tune in if you are looking for an alternative for you and your family that is better for your body and will get you back on the mend faster! The Flu Bomb Recipe 1 Whole Lemon 1 tsp honey 1 drop eucalyptus oil ¼ tsp cayenne 4 smashed garlic cloves 1 tsp fresh grated ginger 1 tsp fresh turmeric -Add all ingredients to a pot with ½ cup boiling water and steep for 10-15 minutes. Then strain and store. The Fever Tea(only use when necessary) 1 tsp echinacea 1 cup water 1 tsp white willow root -Combine and cover in a pan, bring to a boil, then reduce low and slow for 30 minutes and strain. Take ½ cup four times a day to reduce fever. Quick Acting Mullein Cough Syrup -1 cup Mullein Tea -1 lb local honey -Heat until honey liquifies, remove from heat, pour into glass container. Take a tbsp as needed. Antitussive Oxymel -⅓ c dried pine needles -⅓ c dried sage leaf -⅓ c dried thyme leaf -¼ c dried ginger -1 qt Apple Cider Vinegar -Add honey to the top fill empty space. -Let sit for 4 weeks. Mix and strain. Add to a glass bottle. 02:40 Respect the fever, don't fear it. 05:00 What is the Flu Bomb Recipe? 08:30 The Fever Tea ingredients and how to use them. 10:20 Mullein Cough Syrup Recipe 13:35 What are some other good natural remedies? 15:50 What should you do for a stomach bug? 18:00 Set yourself up for success by preparing BEFORE you get sick. 19:30 Expose yourself and your kids to germs, it builds the immune system.
In today's episode, we dive deep into the importance of balancing personal and professional responsibilities, reflecting on their own journey as professional salesmen and content creators. Some of the GoldenBoulders uncovered today: Consistency is Key: Javier shares their struggle to find consistency in content creation before finding a process that worked for them. Consistency helps build trust with your audience and keeps them engaged, so find a system that works for you and stick to it! The Power of Direct Selling and Content Marketing: Javier emphasizes the impact of direct selling for those who don't have the time or resources to build a brand solely through content. Direct selling allows you to have direct control over getting clients. However, combining it with content marketing can enhance your messaging and establish a strong brand presence. The One-to-Many Sales Strategy: Learn from Javier's experience with VC funds and portfolio companies. They highlight the importance of a one-to-many strategy once you have defined your target buyer. Utilize channel partners, webinars, live events, and trade shows to reach a larger audience and accelerate your company's growth. Tune in, sit back and enjoy! Enjoy! Timestamped Overview: 00:09:02 Javier's impressive startup experience and lessons. Adrenaline rush in creating something new. Managing the transition to leading and inspiring the team. 00:11:05 Organize and focus for maximum productivity. 00:17:59 Gaining trust through research; realizing sales potential. 00:23:48 Self-trust, consistency, sales slump recovery strategy. 00:30:54 Being a professional player requires performance and self-care. Balancing personal life and work is challenging. Awareness of external factors affecting performance is key. Consistency and accountability are essential in content creation. Finding high-energy moments is crucial. The sales process starts with putting out a message. Be aware of the demands of the day. Gratitude for the new perspective. 00:37:52 Direct selling is crucial when time is limited. 00:43:59 Javier Ramirez Lugo explains the role of playbooks in business strategy, emphasizing the importance of targeting the right problem for a specific company in order to be effective. Validating hypotheses and seeking feedback are crucial steps in developing a go-to-market strategy. 00:51:58 Expose and prioritize employees' best skills. 00:55:09 Guide to becoming a fractional worker summarized in 7 words: Find your niche and target customers effectively. 01:00:54 One-to-many strategy accelerates company growth effectively. 01:06:39 Tony used the power of podcasting to sell his product. 01:10:19 "Auctioneer finds success with targeted content marketing." 01:15:52 Check out my videos on social media. Connect with BIZBROS: Join the Content Is Profit's Facebook Group! Facebook Instagram Connect with FONZI: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Connect with LUISDA: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Connect with Javier: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Subscribe to the podcast on Youtube, Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, or anywhere you listen to your podcasts. You can find this episode plus all previous episodes here. If this episode was helpful, please don't forget to leave us a review by clicking here, and share it with a friend. You can go here to see the full list of episodes
Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyJoin my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/[Click here to leave a review on iTunes]Guest: Yolanda MangrumBusiness Name: Fortune ManagementCheck out Yolanda's Media:Website: https://www.fortunemgmt.com/Email: email@example.comPhone: 707-478-6394Other Mentions and Links:CostcoUCSFHire to InspireSuperCampDDS4KidsMother TeresaHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyMy Key Takeaways:Learn what you want to do in life and shape your practice to support that!Aligning core values and designating purposeful work is essential with new hires.We don't want head bobbers with no input in our team. If they are asking questions and engaging, they will be stronger leaders for their role!Responding to angry patients with an apology and offer to help will prove much more fruitful than defensiveness.We want to support our team members in solving the problems they have rather than just solving them for them.Each team member is a leader of their role. Let them have say in the areas that they are the expert!Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: Alright, it's time to talk with our featured guest, Dr. Yolanda Mangram. Yolanda, how's it going? Excellent. Excellent. That's wonderful to hear. So if you can tell us a little bit about your past, your present, how'd you get to where you are Yolanda: today? So, uh, Post dental school. I guess we can start there.I started a dental practice after two years of being out of dental school. Immediately after dental school, I went into being hired as a educator, the a professor at U C S F. And so I was teaching, two days a week. I was associating two days a week by the time that I started my practice and I was opening my practice two days a week.it was a busy, busy time for Michael: sure. Okay. So you opened your practice two days a week and two days a week you were working and two days a week you were educating. So you had one day Yolanda: Yeah. To go to Costco to buy stuff for the practice or to go to whatever. It was an Aaron's day.that's how I got started in the practice. Fast forward, I grew that practice to be basically what I felt was like a teenager. My baby kind of grew up to be a teenager and and I'd already had at that 0.2 babies. And I shaped my practice to be. The way I wanted it for my life.And so I had the great benefit of starting my practice pretty much six months out with a coach. and, you know, the big centering point was, what do you want in life? And let's shape your practice to be that. So at different times, I wanted to be at home to be able to, breastfeed or I wanted to be able to have certain times or days off so that I could pick up the kids.So the practice was kind of shifted and shaped to support that. fast forward, we were in this having kids stage. and I had a maternity leave and basically at that point it made sense that I have an associate. So we ended up having, coverage for the first baby, and then by the second baby she became a partner.so that I could have that life balance. What I didn't plan, 'cause that seemed like a logical thing, being a mom and do that. What I didn't plan was being approached to buy another practice. And I was like, oh no, that's not my plan. My plan is this. when this came about I actually took a different trajectory and did invest in another practice and we came up with a bigger why.And that y became our 10 year mission, in growing this second practice and that y became so big that, it meant that I actually would do something that I would've never, ever thought I would do, which is sell my baby, let my baby that grew up to be a teenager. Go on and exist.In my hometown and have me move one town over and grow a multi-specialty medical and dental practice. So that's where I am today. I have a 10,600 square foot building, 16 op operatory, a med spa, dental spa, and education center. all because of my big why. that I wanted to be able to have a practice, have the passion, in my practice, and also have all this dedicated time to support my family.we had this plan for 10 years. my kids were hitting junior high to do dental missions and to travel the world and to service. and that happened pre covid, thankfully. Because if it had happened a year later my 10 year goal would not have came to a full, existence.So we traveled to probably, I. Five or more countries. and the kids were homeschooled and we did a lot of family values, time in incorporating family values into, experiences through traveling and service. Michael: So you guys still do that right now? Yolanda: they're now in high school.we did it pre covid, and we've done only one mission post covid. we basically weave in. When we do traveling, there's always a way to do some service with it. Even concierge at Nice Hotels can set up a service mission for you. They can look into some local and find ways for you to do a give back, we've done it in Jamaica, Costa Rica.And those have been more just like checking with the local concierge and asking them how can we help? The other things that we did were more with organizations and they were like planned just to go for that. But almost always especially when you're traveling to these beautiful tropical countries, there's plenty of needs in those communities.So, One day excursion being of service is been the way that we've been, bringing our children into a give Michael: back. And they appreciate that. the people appreciate it, but your children will, you know what I mean? Like, it's gonna open up their give back even more.Right. Hospitality, things like that. that's really good. If we can rewind a little bit. You were hired as an educator. but that was Yolanda: immediately after dental school. Yeah I was very active in dental school and I've always been happy sharing and teaching. so about, for about three to four years, I was I don't know what the title was, but some kind of professor, like an assistant associate or somebody about professor at U C S F.I was low on the totem pole, but yes I did some education right after dental school and was teaching things like anesthetic and being on the clinic floor and. And that type of thing. And so all those education things, I was a dental assistant before I went into dental school.I went to lab, tech school before dental school. So that really helped to have a full experience of all the different fields in dentistry before, I opened up my practice 'cause I, I literally know how. It feels to be in each position in the practice, and there are challenges. So that's what's been a key success, I think to me in 2011, I wrote a book knowing that I wanted this mission to be able to travel with my kids. it's called Hire to Inspire. I've. Updated it, but I haven't published the newer version post 10 years after that. But hired to inspire, it was two things that I realized as an employer.One, I only wanted to work with happy people, and two, I only wanted to work in partnership with them. and that meant that I needed to be surrounded by leaders, people that were working on their leadership development. And I never wanna be in a management position. When I hire people in my practice, I sit down and I have a conversation with them about purpose Ikigai is a term in Japanese that's called your reason for being.We start from the very beginning, on our onboarding, which is part of the Hire to Inspire process, which is basically to, from the beginning, make sure that we have matching core values and that we have purposeful work. And so this may be only a point in time for you as far as this leveraging you to your next place.So I always say, you know, as long as this is your happy place. To come to work, then we're in alignment. But I only wanna work with happy people. So if we get to the place where you really, find that your passion is somewhere else, then I'm gonna help you to find your happy place.And that means we'll continue our journey, but in a different way. So you will go off to be, say, a hairdresser. Which ironically yesterday, one of my former employees did. or you'll, we'll stay here and we'll continue to grow together, but ultimately we all have to be continuing to grow and.Be passionate about our work. So Hire to Inspire was a shift in 2011 for me, and I literally took each chapter and I sat down and I read it out loud with my team, many of which are still here with me. many who also have came. And I've supported to go off into other areas. So, So the idea is just to continue to inspire them to look for what their purpose is.so that's our onboarding process is to really get things straight about our core values, who we are. I have a culture handbook that we go over, and we have what's called Operating Principles. Operating principles. Are basically staying, how we do things, why we do things what our why is, is really important.And basically team members. as people, we all want to do, a good job and feel good about our work. But we often don't know how. Or what the best way for that work to show up is. So the more clarity we can have, especially onboarding people, the better. right now we have 50 something people in our practice.Between the two practices. it's always a work. I'm the culture keeper. That's my role is to just keep the culture and it's not always easy. because everybody has different beliefs and things, but. Ultimately having good communication lines and having clarity around your values and, our why is how we, continue to ha live in a happy place and have, that line when you cross over, it's showtime, we're here to serve.Michael: Interesting. So you mentioned you only hire leaders. what's your hiring process look like? How do we even find leaders in that sense, or the ad and everything like that? You know what I mean? Yolanda: Yeah. That's the irony. Everybody can be a leader everybody is a leader to some degree.It's just how well developed are they? most importantly, Do they want to be developed in that way? That's probably number one is everybody in our practice, no matter what your role is, if your role is to clean the toilets, then you are the leader of cleaning the toilets.So we will listen to you when it comes to taking care of that. It doesn't matter what it is. you know, If you are, the Hy Hygienist, you're the leader of the periodontal therapy, and when it comes to you telling us what needs to happen in that department, you're the expert, you're the person who's going off and making a hyperfocus in that area.And so we're gonna, all collaborate on things, but at the same time you're the person steering the ship on that area. As a c e o, as an owner I have to be surrounded by smart people and I want people that are thinking, I want people that are speaking their mind. I don't want people just being head bobbers.Yep yep. Oh, that's not gonna work. Yep. She's gonna fail on that. Nope. I want them to say, I like where you're going, but maybe we need to consider a different direction. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah reasons, or have you considered this? Or, what's gonna happen with that?So I want people asking questions. Is it frustrating sometimes to be like all excited about doing something, but then have someone put all these questions around? Absolutely. So that's where I had to grow my own leadership. You know, I had to grow who I am to not have such an ego about me being all knowing, we do a collaborative process and everything is about leadership development. I personally, Don't want to be in a conversation where I'm managing something, because stressful at that point. If we're collaborating, if we're working towards brainstorming on how to make things better, then it's a very easy light energy um, process.Michael: Uhhuh, okay. So there has to be like a balance of with every person you find. Humility and confidence, basically. Right? Yeah. Because it's like you gotta be confident enough to know you're the leader for this, and you're gonna tell us how to do it. Give us instructions, manuals, things like that. SOPs, and then humble enough to, yeah, you're cleaning the toilets, but you're the leader for that right.Kind of thing. Yolanda: Whatever it is. to some degree. Um, We all have certain innate skills in certain ones and some things that we have to work on. it's progress over perfection, all the time.And then we're appreciating also that, failures lead to learning. there's um, many different keys in our development process in fact one historical thing that's shaped me and continued and those that have children highly recommend super camp. There's the eight keys of excellence.It has been a hundred percent woven into my structure of living my life. And, we actually weave it into our culture handbook. The eight Keys of Excellence with Super camp. And they have some education on bringing children and teaching children personal development skills.Early on I was a team leader, during undergrad, and so I did three or four years of that When I got out, I was really looking for that camp experience where personal development was forefront in having a team surrounding me with those kind of skillsets, communication, personal development, mindset, all of that.And so I looked and I, interviewed many different. Consultants. And I knew that I needed to have you know, this ongoing constant learning, environment. and after, probably more than a hundred different seminars of sitting in practice management, learning learning, learning what I could. I came across something called Fortune Management, and that's another part of my life now because I've been Coaching for now 10 years, but been coached for 25 years with Fortune Management and it's about extraordinary life, extraordinary practice.So that was the key thing when I had the startup. It's like, what do you want in life? Let's shape your practice to meet that. So fortune, has had a huge impact on me and my. thinking, my processing, our team development, super camp, this, personal development skills, started young.Yeah, I think that these things are a real big part of our development. The reality is, we don't get taught how to talk. We don't get taught how to have relationships, how to get through conflicts. There's a lot of conflicts that can happen in dental practices, and we need to learn how to, come out stronger on the other end.A bad review is an opportunity because it's a cry for help. It's a cry to say, Hey this happened to me. It's not easy to lean in on those things but if someone comes to you say in the office and they haven't actually sprayed it across the, Google and Yelp and all that, then they're coming to you with a concern, or you might call it a complaint, but then they're caring enough to share.So humility again, comes into the place of listening to understand. And also understanding that, we're never gonna be perfect. So if that was that one person's experience, what can we learn from that? Our team is encouraged to basically lean into issue processing, and that's a leadership skill too.Because at first a reaction would be go into defense mode. instead of just apologizing first and then, thinking them immediately for bringing the concern to you, it puts you in a different state.Now you're not in a defense state. know, I apologize for the impact that had on you. Certainly wasn't my intent. thank you for bringing this to my attention. I wanna help boom, you just say those things to anybody that is upset with you at any time. Now, what do you, how would you feel about that?Yeah. If I said that to you and you were upset with me how would you Michael: feel? I'd feel calm. I'd be like oh, oh wait. Okay. I feel, you know what? I feel heard validated like, oh, okay. You're, yes, you're listening to me. Yes. Yolanda: So part of fortune's training is to, understand that there are human needs, people have human needs, we don't know what's going on in their life.It's most likely more to do about them than it has to do with you, And to feel validated, that one, they're being seen, they're being heard and that they matter is huge. And then you get to choose from that point. How much of that is really mine and how much of it is theirs?there anything we could change in our systems or in our processes that could shift the dynamic here? 'cause we are practicing, so let's. Figure out how we can have an issue come up, but then make it better the next time, So we learn from it and we see that as an opportunity to grow.Versus when we're in a mode of defending, we're not in a mode of growing. So I highly encourage that in the leaders to be big instead of to be small. when you are, thinking small, you're in that defense mode. But when you're willing to set that aside and lean in and get curious about it and think like, how could that have happened?How could we have done better? Where did this, go to that side what's missing here? Oh, they don't really understand this part And the, key thing is, That you may get to the place where you totally understand that they don't know what they're talking about when they're talking to you, but if you shift right away into telling them something, you have to remember, are you in rapport with them now?What I said in the beginning that set the framework was to start to get rapport with you, Michael. Mm-hmm. I apologize. it's not my intention. I would never want you to feel like that. So now that was the beginning of rapport. And in our processes and fortune, there's the steps of enrollment, there's steps of getting into rapport with people. that we train, our team members to go through because rapport is everything. Rapport with your team members, rapport with your patients, rapport and influencing. You influence people all the time, getting really good at influencing it and really good at influencing yourself, like talking yourself off the ledge to be defensive.is a big deal. So those are some of the skills that we focus on in, in our leadership development. But basically everybody is in leadership development all the time. You never get out of that school. Michael: Gotcha. And you're a hundred percent right Yolanda, like when it comes to defending We've hear this all the time, they're like, it's good to apologize. It's good to say sorry. Right? It's super good to do that. But you try being the first one to do that, right? Yep. Then it becomes, oh my God. Well, If they say sorry, I can say sorry. You know what I mean? But you know, I'm the first one. I don't know. You know what I mean? Because then you start defensive mode. it takes a bigger viewpoint of there's a bigger thing happening here than just like that little, oh my gosh, we're arguing about the bad review or the defensive, or, I'm not paying you for this or that.There's a bigger picture that we gotta look into. Yeah. that's really valuable. Super camp, Yolanda: what is that? Yeah. Super camp is what's called quantum learning. And personal development. Super Camp is held on colleges all across the world. Actually. I even taught in Hong Kong. dental school got in the way, or I'd have been in many other countries, but, it's a really cool 10 day camp.It focuses on the eight keys of excellence one day, each skill is focused on, so eight keys of excellence. Is this, is it like living in the moment? I'm not gonna list all of 'em right now, but communications, speak with good purpose, failures lead to success. All amazing things to get straight in your head as you leap into the world, So basically you go through a 10 day. Personal development, but also there is these quantum learnings where you learn speed reading. different ways to look at math. s a t prep of some sort. Mm-hmm. So, it's a big impact.10 days. And I was able to be a team leader. It is not inexpensive to do that, and I certainly would've not been able to attend from a financial standpoint at that point. But as a team leader I got to absorb a lot of those teachings and I was taught to teach them. So, It was like the best of all worlds.Michael: Nice. Okay. So you were able to absorb as much and you still carry it on until today. Yeah. From what we're talking about, right? Yeah. One of the things I wanted to ask you is, it sounds like from the beginning you've had I guess like a mission or, my children.I wanna be with them. I wanna be with my family and everything like that. How did you keep that mission in front of your eyes this whole time? for example, I'm opening a practice, then you're just, that's my baby. I gotta do that practice. Then another one, oh, then we get mom guilt and stuff like that. How did you keep that mission in front of your Yolanda: eyes? Yeah, it's a daily mindset for sure. And it's what you're saying yes to, means what are you saying no to? you always have to look at your yeses and your nos.And you also have to be really focused on your, why Is it bringing you closer to your why? I certainly, I. Have made more mistakes than, it feels like anyone in making this mission come together. you know, and people think that success is just straight up, but it's like this, you know?Mm-hmm. you just dip and then you come back up and you dip and you come back up. you win, you lose, you win. You lose. it's just a matter of better the next time. And that's where leaning into issue, processing, leaning into, facing the things that didn't work.And it's about getting back on the bike and continuing to pedal. So I know that, with my kids it was definitely always the centering for me, and my why I was working and how we were developing the team members. The good thing is that I happen to be one of those people that really enjoy.Service and support, and I get a lot out of seeing people grow. More than my own successes. it gets me really excited to see someone figure something out and to have been, this little part of it, or maybe just enough to, get them to jump up.So in my lifetime in the beginning, We got a post-its and we got a big board and my husband and I boyfriend at the time, said, okay, what do we wanna accomplish with this practice? fast forward looking 10 years from now, looking 20 years from now, what do we wanna see after all of our years of work?And that's where. being in the future is really valuable because now you get your why, but then you have to come back and we have to be in now. What can we do now? What's the best resources now? Because if we're always just like dreamy, dreamy, dreamy over here, then we're not actually accomplishing things.And the other thing is, that if we're always looking back, What ifs? Should'ves. Could'ves. Wished of, you know, wished, wished, wished. If I'd only known then now we're not doing anything about the now. Things are not moving forward. They're just staying behind. So I think the present, the key, this is it, It's hugely beneficial to stay in the now. each one of those keys, the eight Keys of excellence really keeps me centered. Michael: Yeah, that's a really good point. I feel like if you stay in the, now you stop so much procrastinating 'cause of the future, right? You're like thinking of my why.Oh, I'm gonna get there. And then you eventually, you know what I mean? Or it's gonna get there. If you're in the now, you're like, okay, now I got to do this in that moment kind of thing. I only have Yolanda: now, right? Yeah. Yeah. I only have now Michael: really good. You mentioned, two words that I kind of want to ask you about issue processing.is Yolanda: that? So issue processing, this is where real leadership comes into play because, we look at, say an issue. maybe the phone's getting answered. Mm-hmm. You take an issue and we all, put our emotions aside and we at it and, how could we do that better?And if we are in a process of brainstorming with all these different people, like how can we get this better? How can we get this better? And the focus is around that one issue. Now some solutions start coming up. What I'm not a fan of is having someone hand me their monkey and then I'm supposed to put their monkey on my back.Basically, as a leader, their issues come up, but if they just wanna say, here's my problem, so I don't need people coming to me with their problems, basically, that's their monkeys, and I wanna be able to support people to figure things out. I wanna be able to support them to be making some decisions. In fact, we have a process called decision Tree.So basically my goal is to help them to know which decisions they need to just make and which decisions they need to bring to me. So in a tree, for instance, I'm the roots, you know, in the trunk, but I want my team members to make some branch decisions, or at least the leave leaf decisions.I don't want them bringing me all the leaves, I don't wanna be raking up all those leaves all the time because then that's a whole different level of energy. I want them to feel empowered to make some decisions. So when they're part of issue processing. Then they can understand like, how I'm thinking, what I'm thinking.for instance, a patient's upset and they're complaining about their crown. Maybe you don't give the entire crown away. Don't just say, we're gonna do it for free. Don't worry. I don't want you to be upset. Yeah. Maybe we come up with a better decision. So, As a leader, leading leaders, I'm careful to Squish them in a place when they've made a decision. And then I said that was a bad decision, so I have to develop them in that regard. So I want them to stay open to possibilities in that issue processing. I want them to have some. Initiative I want them to be willing to defend their decision.So why did you decide that? Why did you decide, not from a defense standpoint, but ex explain to me, help me understand. ' cause if I can understand why you did that and what you're thinking was, now I can put you on a different level of thinking because, obviously we can't give away every crown.How could I pay you? what else could have happened Is this, So now you've got that muscle built up and you're building their leadership muscles. So how we talk to them is really, really, important. Build up versus tear down. Michael: Yeah. You're teaching them basically how to make decisions, And I like that because they're not always gonna go to you and being like, what should I do? What should I do? What should I do? And then you're kind of like, man, I'm always having to tell you what to do. But I guess it comes back to us as a leader where we never help them develop that muscle, like you said.Yeah. Teach 'em to fish. Yeah. Yeah. Teaching to fish. I like that. So then if we fast forward a little bit more, you were approached to buy another practice. Yes. And your why changed? So what was your Yolanda: why before. So my why before had much to do with being able to have choice picking up my kids after school, be able to comfortably care for them as a mom, a working mom, Then when I took on the partner, I thought my why was gonna be so that I could be like p t a mom, you know, I could be very active in school and, spend a lot of volunteer hours doing things, but still make enough money and, be able to be at home. And so I was preparing for 50% work, type thing.and then this other big opportunity came up and, my knee jerk was, no, that's not my why. That would mess up that. And so then my husband and I sat down literally on the staircase up there We said, you know, what's the bigger picture here with raising these kids?You know, what do we want? What is our job as a parent? We wanna make sure that they have the values, and their own leadership to lead their own lives, if they're always dependent on us, that would be a problem. Not that I couldn't have done that as my other plan.There became this bigger opportunity because we literally have been in the same home, in the same town growing up in this little area. And we didn't really want them to just have this little microcosm of, of life. We wanted them to be have the humanity to understand the whole world and that the whole world was an opportunity for them.But how do you travel and. Expose them to things like that. in the current position I was in, even with bringing on an associate and now having that as an a partner, I was not necessarily making money unless I was there. So if I clocked out, say for a month, Then, my income stream is going way down.ultimately the idea of, go big or go home, I guess came in the thing is about being small. you either stay small or you go big and in the middle you get pounded on with all kinds of, business growth and changes. And that was something that was really clear.We were reaching the middle ground with that practice that had its own challenges, its own growth challenges. So ultimately, I. The goal of our family and the idea came into play to be able to travel with them. And for two years we did that. we homeschooled them. We traveled basically about every month. six weeks at a time was our biggest one. And then two weeks being gone was our normal time. So we'd come back, we'd go, so we were traveling a lot each place had a different perspective and a different reason for being there.But, what I needed to do for that is my team had to be able to take the reins and keep the practice going with or without me. I had to create this practice that these leaders could run the practice with me, still having my extraordinary life without them. this whole way of developing this leadership was a necessary process in order to accomplish my goal of being able to come and go as I want in my practice and have the extraordinary life or whatever life I want.Michael: that's what your why kind of evolved into. Yes. It's like I just want to do my own thing. Interesting. real quick, which place, 'cause you said each location gave you a different perspective, change your life. Which one to you was like, this one was a whole 360 Really changed my life, my perspective.Yolanda: I would say that one of my favorites was our Asian tour. I really, really love. Asia. And so that would be one of my favorites. And, post COVID, we haven't been able to get, back to Vietnam, but my plans and my involvement with d d s. Four kids.org continues.I still fundraise and do lots of things with DDS for kids. It's the number sign four. And Lon Jones, who's the founder of this, she's like a mother Theresa, x fold better. She's like this most beautiful person. And so having met her and having my kids get to know a person that's beautiful. So giving, who's, hasn't had children of her own, but she says the whole world is her children. And so she cares and loves and goes into all these different places to take care of them and make a difference. So having that impact and having my kids know.That type of person. Knowing you know, when we went to Haiti, That was a little much, that was a lot, much for me. Dr. Laurenti Barnett. He's been doing such amazing things in Haiti for so long, and I'm so grateful that we got that experience to go and do work there.there's so much going on there. Unfortunately, it's also so corrupt. and, got a lot of dangers I think for traveling. But Dr. Barnett and his, decades and decades of giving and service to Haiti and really helping has been beautiful.So, Having my kids, having had the influences of these people that do things like that, Michael: priceless. Yeah. Priceless. Yeah, man, that's beautiful. Okay. So then one of the last questions I wanted to ask you, Yolanda, is you mentioned made many mistakes, right? Yeah. So I guess from the moment you decided okay, I'm going to start my own practice, right? today, what's been some of your biggest struggles or fails or pitfalls? Yolanda: it has a lot to do with this leadership development. wasn't always as strong of a leader, I certainly had to lean in on, messing up certain relationships along the way because I wasn't, Ahead of this pre communication, I had to have things onboarded with team members, and not have it go longer term because I didn't have my vision or my communication about what I was looking to accomplish.So clearly documented, so clearly, able to reference. To where anybody walks into the practice that they can understand a direction. I think that we lost a lot of time and a lot of energy with emotions being misunderstood with different things because we didn't have those clear directions and, mistake or just journey.It was a journey. you journey through and you learn things along the way, and hopefully you don't have to keep making those mistakes over again. But I think the biggest thing is any team members, and there's been hundreds and hundreds of team members that I've had at this point.They've all taught me something. I've learned to be better because maybe I wasn't as good at the time. But how can I get better? How can I get better? Has been, definitely a support for me in this journey. Yeah, Michael: I like that. Thinking about each team member and looking at them and saying, can I learn from you?You know what I mean? Yeah. and it goes back to what you said, it's gonna be like this. Yes. sometimes right now, I know a lot of our listeners may be like, man, I'm trying to reach to that million dollars a year, mark, you're gonna get there, I feel. But then it's going to, there's still gonna be times where you're like, my team, it's worse. I'd rather sacrifice the money and, you know what I mean, Seasons. Two seasons. Yeah. Yolanda: Go through seasons learning's never out, at all.It's constantly about learning constant and never ending improvement all the time. And when you buy in and you get your team to buy into some of these belief systems, you accelerate. That was probably the smartest thing I ever did is from the beginning is, stay with a coach, keep a relationship.Have someone who's on the outside telling you, with all authenticity, then reality, you screwed up. this isn't being your best self. you're thinking small. Be big be the bigger person, apologize, 'cause team members can't do that to you, you're like, okay, you're fired. You know, it's like, it's, there's only so much that they're gonna be able to authentically be your board of directors. that's something to do easily is get a board of directors, get people, be a board of director for someone else, and, get mastermind groups together.and speak authentically to each other. you're not perfect. This could have gone better this way and recognize that when someone's giving you an opinion, there's plenty of 'em. Maybe that one is not exactly the right one too.Just because people have an opinion doesn't mean that you need to embrace that opinion too. think through it, continue to be a critical thinker. Michael: Wonderful. Yeah. Thank you so much, Yolanda, for being with us. It's been a pleasure. But before we say goodbye, can you tell our listeners where they can find you?Yolanda: You can find me Yolanda Mangram at Fortune Management, which is fortune mgmt.com. That's my email. Or you can call me on the phone seven oh seven, 4 7 8 6 3 9 4. I'm always happy to help, in any way. It's really a beautiful journey. And try to be really nice to yourself.Mm-hmm. You work really hard and your intentions are straight so, be nice to yourself. Self-talk and self-love is definitely where my focus is right now. We are type A people most of the time and we're pretty hard on ourselves. So as much as I was talking about being humble and taking on, all the learning moments, remember to also focus back on some self-love and giving yourself a lot of credit.Michael: Wonderful. Thank you so much Yolanda, for being with us guys. That's all gonna be in the show notes below, so definitely reach out to Yolanda and thank you for being with us. It's been a pleasure and we'll hear from you soon. Sounds great.
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Are you yearning for a profound sense of inner peace and fulfillment in your life? Wondering how to find balance and true wealth that encompasses every aspect of your being? In today's episode, our guest Krisstina Wise shares a truly unique solution to help you achieve a holistic definition of wealth. By diving deep into the realms of balance and surrender, while remaining centered on principles found in the Holy Scriptures, Krisstina equips her clients with the tools and insights necessary to unlock a life filled with abundance, contentment, and harmony. Join us as we explore the path to finding balance and embracing a more fulfilling existence!In this episode, you will be able to:Expose the intricate tie between one's financial state and feelings of personal value.Grasp the importance of accepting and celebrating your background as a means of overcoming shame.Ascertain how an obsessive quest for wealth can unintentionally impair your overall wellness.Recognize the importance of establishing a balanced perspective that considers both health and financial success.Unearth the wisdom of considering good health as an essential element on the road to financial prosperity.Meet Krisstina WiseKrisstina Wise, a renowned real estate mogul, fiercely devout learner, and an acclaimed author, had humble beginnings, living in a caravan during her initial days. Taking that as motivation, she tirelessly worked her way up to become a reputed figure in the real estate world and eventually one of the 100 most influential leaders of the industry in America. Krisstina's illustrious career, however, met a hurdle when she was hit with a grave illness. That incident changed her perspective and set her on a new path of embracing an enriched understanding of health, wealth, and their correlation. In her current role as a money coach and a speaker, Krisstina's powerful insights inspire others to find their balance between wealth and wellbeing.Key moments in this episode:01:00 - Introducing Christina Wise04:44 - Overcoming Shame and Embarrassment09:38 - The Seduction of Material Possessions11:45 - The Never-Ending Quest for More13:25 - Dealing with Identity Crisis14:53 - Worthiness and Money16:55 - Chaotic Circumstances as Wake-Up Calls21:23 - Three Buckets of Money24:10 - Lifestyle Architecture27:15 - Health Issues and Wake-Up Call30:45 - Surrendering and Praying for a Miracle33:29 - God's Love and Mercy35:36 - The Correlation Between Money and Health38:13 - Loving Yourself and Valuing Your Health41:08 - The Importance of Investing in Health43:07 - The Relationship Between Money and Health44:16 - Becoming an Example of What's Possible46:27 - Making Money Fun47:22 - Wrapping Up and Call to ActionResources mentioned in this episode: Wealthy Wellthy LifeWisemoneymethod.comCall to action:To learn more about Wendie and her Visibly Fit program, visit wendiepett.comTo find out more about Todd and his coaching program for men, find him on the web at toddisberner.com.All the links you need to subscribe to the podcast are at both our websites! And if you feel so inclined, we'd be honored if you were to leave a rating and review of our show. It definitely helps with us being more visible to more people.And if we like it, we might just read your review on the podcast!
Do you want to enhance your design practices and create more equitable outcomes for marginalized communities? Are you seeking a solution to incorporate human-centered design into your nonprofit organization? Look no further! Our guest, Sheryl Cababa, will be sharing the key to achieving improved design practices and fostering greater equity in the nonprofit sector. Join us as we explore how to create meaningful impact and drive positive change within your organization, resulting in more inclusive and equitable outcomes for all. Sheryl Cababa is a staunch believer in human-centered and equity-centered design. Pioneering her way through the design landscape, Sheryl currently leads as the Chief Strategy Officer at Substantial, a transformative design studio ensuring that design solutions are informed by the real lived experiences and contexts of the end users. With a design background shaped by industry giants like Microsoft and Philips, she has a unique ability to understand and weave the intricacies of design thinking with profound empathy for human experiences. Sheryl is particularly focused on uplifting historically marginalized voices in the education sector, crafting tools and solutions that approach the user experience innovatively and equitably. In this episode, you will be able to: Unearth the role of human-based design in empowering nonprofits to deliver real change. Recognize the significance of equity in design practices, catalyzing inclusive and effective solutions. Grasp the unique struggles that come with implementing human-centered design in the nonprofit landscape. Expose potential imbalances in power dynamics during design processes and their consequences. Reimagine fundraising through a fresh perspective rooted in empathy and long-term sustainability. Get all the resources from today's episode here. Many thanks to our sponsor, Constant Contact for making this episode possible. Our friends at Constant Contact provide nonprofit leaders like you with cutting-edge email and social media management tools. Want to craft emails that shine on every device or manage your social media effortlessly? And for those moments you're at a loss for words, their AI Content Generator, powered by ChatGPT, delivers engaging messages in mere seconds. For a platform that amplifies your marketing, saves time, and drives growth, look no further than Constant Contact. Get started with your risk-free trial using the promo code 'MALLORY' for 30% off your first three months. Discover more at www.constantcontact.com/mallory. Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthefundraising_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatthefundraising YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@malloryerickson7946 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mallory-erickson-bressler/ Website: malloryerickson.com/podcast Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-the-fundraising/id1575421652 If you haven't already, please visit our new What the Fundraising community forum. Check it out and join the conversation at this link.
Joining us this week is podcast regular, Family Court whistleblower, writer, podcast host, and investigative journalist extraordinaire, Mike Volpe!At this point, Mike truly needs no introduction as he's been on the show numerous times, but for those of you who are new here, Mike has devoted over a decade of his life to investigating, researching, and reporting on issues and stories not covered by MSM and some of his most prolific work has been in his work exposing corruption within the court system. This time around, Mike will be presenting a plethora of explosive cases he's been working on that are going to blow your mind. From Missouri adoption horrors, to teenagers taking on social media to speak out where the court refuses to hear them, to a Parental Alienation racket in Maricopa County, you will hear these cases and more on this week's episode! In addition to being a guest on tons of incredible podcasts, Mike also hosts his own podcast on YouTube under his channel, ‘Michael Volpe' as well as on his subscription-based Substack platform called “Michael Volpe Investigates” at www.MichaelVolpe.substack.com. Before we dive into today's episode I wanted to give a reminder that if you are a survivor or whistleblower who wants to share your story on the podcast, email me at IMAGINEABETTERWORLD2020@GMAIL.COM! I also just started a Substack that you can support at (1) Emma's Substack | Emma Katherine | Substack DONATE TO MIKE'S CAMPAIGN:Time To Hold California Courts Accountable | GoGetFundingSUBSCRIBE TO MIKE'S SUBSTACK:Michael Volpe Investigates | SubstackCONNECT WITH MIKE:Twitter: @mikevolpe - (1) mikevolpe (@mikevolpe) / TwitterEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube: Michael Volpe - YouTubeFacebook: Michael Volpe | FacebookMIKE'S PLAYLIST ON THE IMAGINATION:Mike Volpe Playlist - YouTubeMIKE'S ARTICLES / VIDEOS FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:1. Michael Volpe Investigates Special Report: Missouri adoption horror (substack.com)2. Suburban Chicago teenagers hope social media will save them from court nightmare (substack.com)3. The parental alienation racket in Maricopa County (substack.com)4. Michael Volpe Investigates Podcast the Impromptu: Episode 69 an Interview with Jared and Megan Bass (substack.com)5. Explosive lawsuit puts controversial father's rights firm in spotlight again (substack.com)6. CT v Paul Boyne: Landmark First Amendment Case Should Land CT Family Court in National Spotlight - Frank ReportCONNECT WITH 'THE IMAGINATION': All links: Your Profile (direct.me)Support the show
In the world of beef production, navigating the highs and lows is a constant challenge. This episode of Casual Cattle Conversations with Calli Thorne gets real about the need for cattle producers to start taking care of themselves and why we need to shift our mindset. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover the pivotal role of mindset and mental wellness in successful beef production. Expose innovative strategies for coping with stress and unpredictable elements in the agricultural sector. Uncover the profound effects of generational mental health patterns in farming practices. Realize the urgency of self-care and reaching out for professional help within the farming and ranching communities. Master the art of enhancing communication and familial ties for an enhanced environment in the agricultural industry. My special guest is Calli Thorne Meet Calli Thorne, a fourth-generation North Dakota cattle rancher and mindset coach with a knack for turning setbacks into breakthroughs. Calli's deep agricultural roots have shaped her perspective on navigating the diverse and often challenging facets of beef production. While managing a cow-calf operation and feedlot, Calli and her husband also ventured into selling beef, proving her relentless entrepreneurial spirit. Calli also deeply committed to mental health advocacy, using her own experiences to fuel her work as a mindset coach. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:02 - Introduction, 00:00:50 - Importance of Mindset, 00:01:59 - Ranchermind Series, 00:02:47 - Contact Information, 00:03:32 - Guest Introduction, 00:13:33 - Taking Responsibility for Yourself, 00:14:09 - Generational Mental Health, 00:15:22 - Breaking the Mindset of Easy Comparisons, 00:17:24 - The Importance of Self-Care in Agriculture, 00:21:37 - Factors Contributing to Mental Health Issues in Agriculture, 00:27:10 - The Importance of Self-Care for Farmers and Ranchers, 00:28:51 - Checking in with Others, 00:32:44 - Slowing Down and Noticing Others, 00:35:29 - Taking Steps to Improve Mental Health, 00:38:36 - Letting Go of What Doesn't Serve Us, 00:40:33 - Wrapping up the Conversation, 00:40:57 - Closing Remarks, Discount Code: RADIO20 https://www.neogen.com/industries/beef/ Vitalix: https://vitalix.com/ Full Show Notes: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/casual-cattle-conversations-podcast-shownotes Free Weekly Resources: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranching-resources • Take Your Ranch to the Next Level Once a month Shaye hosts Q&A calls between cattle producers and beef industry leaders to help ranchers find answers to their questions and improve their bottom lines. The best part is you get expert insight from the comfort of your own ranch and get to ask any question you want relating to the topic! Learn More About RancherMinds: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranchermind-events Connect with me on Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cattleconvos Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cattleconvos/ Podcast Coaching Do you have an existing podcast or want to start a new one but don't know where to start? Connect with Shaye and she will lay out everything you need to know to get you started on the right foot. Book a one-time coaching call using this link: https://calendly.com/cattleconvos/podcast-coaching Interested in a coaching package? Email Shaye at email@example.com and tell her about the podcast you want to start!
Since the beginning of the Church, there have been former members who turn whistle-blower and have written exposés. In this episode we will do a review of the most impactful of these through history. JOIN THE NUANCE HUG FOUNDATION LAUNCH PARTY ON SEPTEMBER 9TH 1834 Mormonism Unvailed EB HOWE 1842 The History of the Saints or an Expose of Joe Smtih and Mormonism John C. Bennett 1844 Nauvoo Expositor William Law et al 1853 Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith by His Progenitors Lucy Mack Smith 1855 Female Life Among the Mormons CH Clarke 1872 Exposé of Polygamy in Utah: A Lady's Life among the Mormons Fanny Stenhouse 1873 The Rocky Mountain Saints: A Full and Complete History of the Mormons TBH Stenhouse 1876 Wife No 19 By Ann Eliza Young 1877 Mormonism Unveiled John D Lee 1904 Brigham's Destroying Angel: Being the Life, Confession, and Startling Disclosures of the Notorious Bill Hickman, the Danite Chief of Utah 1945 No Man Knows my History Fawn Brodie 1950 The Mountain Meadows Massacre Juanita Brooks 1963 Mormonism: Shadow or Reality? Jerald and Sandra Tanner 1985 Studies of the Book of Mormon BH Roberts 1994, 1997, 2017, The Mormon Hierarchy Series Micheal Quinn 2002 Insider's View Grant Palmer 2005 Rough Stone Rolling Richard Bushman 2013 CES Letter Jeremy Runnells Episode Show Notes YouTube Link Mormon Stories Thanks Our Generous Donors! Help us continue to deliver quality content by becoming a donor today: One-time or recurring donation through Donorbox Support us on Patreon PayPal Venmo Our Platforms: Youtube Patreon Spotify Apple Podcasts Contact us: MormonStories@gmail.com PO Box 171085, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 Social Media: Insta: @mormstories Tiktok: @mormonstoriespodcast Join the Discord
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During the first round of the 2023 playoffs, Stephon Curry of the Golden State Warriors, my favorite team, was on the sideline, and his head coach, Steve Kerr, came to him and said, I'm going to rest you for a little while to save your energy. Now, let me hit pause here and confess, admit to pointing out, yes, you are getting a sports analogy. And so if you're not a sports See, type person, and you're not down with the sports ball, I'm sorry, I'm sorry for several reasons, one of which is that they are just such great analogies and images. Sports really do provide some wonderful parallels to the practice of life in general. So yes, I'm a sports fan. And yes, I like the Golden State Warriors. I love Steph Curry. And having lost both my other teams to Las Vegas. I'm celebrating and savoring my relationship with the Golden State Warriors. So with a few minutes left, I believe in the third quarter, head coach Steve Kerr comes to Steph Curry, potentially the greatest point guard in the history of basketball, and says I'm going to arrest you. Now, that is the kind of rest you and I, most of us, are used to not only getting but seeking. It's the kind of rest that is contextualized. By work, I am resting right now from work I've been doing so that I can get back to work and do it more effectively. And better. That's a certain kind of rest. And it's not a bad kind of rest. It's just limited that kind of rest in the long run, won't actually get to the depths of my soul, my being, and help reframe not just my work but my life and my orientation, even towards the work that I'm doing. In other words, there are different kinds of rest. And we kind of need all of them. Steve Kerr knew that Steph would just call them stuff out here. needed some rest in order for the second half to be everything. It could be for Steph Curry. And it turns out it was Steph dropping 30 points in the second half. And we beat us collectively. I took part in this victory. We beat the Sacramento Kings in game seven, a game seven in which Steph Curry scored 50 points, which at the time was the highest point total in all NBA history and a game seven. He's just fantastic. That was the rest he needed in order to do the job. And the value of the rest was predicated on its effectiveness on the work. And part of what we learn is that rest exposes our values, rest points at the things we think are most valuable about ourselves. And at that moment, the most important and valuable thing about Steph Curry was his ability to score. If all of the rest of my life is angled at setting me up so that I can work more efficiently, then what I expose in that kind of rest is that I believe my highest value is my productivity. Rest is a way it's a metric by which we understand, evaluate, and expose our own values. Which is why Sabbath Keeping is such an absolute scandal. Because what it says to the culture around us is that there are things more important about me than what I do for you. And you'll hear great athletes or great artists say something along those lines when interviewed, especially deeper into their careers, that there's more to them than basketball, there's more to them than rock and roll. There's more to them than what they do with even the best of their talents. About three years previous before that basketball game Marshawn Lynch, who had played in the NFL for a number of years, including for the Raiders, when they were in Oakland, gave an interview about football and, ultimately, about rest and rhythm. And he was asked to some degree, like what his advice would be to younger players, and you can read the entire thing. Or you can watch the video, which I would suggest you do for so many reasons whether or not you're a sports person. It's actually a fantastic piece of communication, what he says to the young the advice he would give to young folks, this is you said I've been on the other side of retirement, and it's good when you get over there. And you can do what you want. So I'll tell you all right now, while you're on it, take care of your bread. So when you're done, you can go ahead and take care of yourself. So while you're in it right now, to kill those bodies. Take care of those chicken. Chicken's a way to talk about money. Take care of those mental because, look, we ain't last in that long. I had a couple of players that I played with that they're no longer here no more. They're no longer you feel me. Take care of your metals, heals bodies, y'all chicken. So when you're ready to walk away, y'all walk away, and you'll be able to do what y'all want to do. What Marshawn Lynch is communicating is, while you're in the game, take care of yourself for something more than the game itself, that there is more to who you are than what you're doing in a particular season. That game was game seven of the playoffs, and Steph was tired. So the rest he needed was just enough to get him back on the court so he could do the job. And that's a way to do the game while you're in the game. It is not a way to live long-term. Sabbath Keeping and rest are practices that expose the values we are living with. And, namely, they expose the overvaluing we have of productivity as a way to define our lives. So take the advice of football legend, local hero of entrepreneur, and all-around dope dude Marshawn Lynch, that while you're doing what you're doing, take care of yourself, yes for the thing you're doing, but also in a way that when you walk away from the thing you're doing right now in this season, there's more of you.
Today's Power Affirmation: I get super high. I never stop peaking. Today's Oracle of Motivation: When your weakness is exposed and you feel like a helpless donkey strapped to an operating table, remember that you aren't the first one to be diagnosed by the peanut gallery. In the sinking pits of despair, you must trek forward to the next great summit! Expose yourself and be transparent. Reflect the wisdom of your fall back into the world! The lowest points in life are preparing you for the next highest explorations! How high can you get? NEVER. STOP. PEAKING. Click Here to Get Your Affirmation Card Deck Today Download 10 Free Affirmation Wallpapers for Your Computer and Mobile Phone Designed to Motivate Your Creative Maniac Mind The 60-Second Power Affirmations Podcast is designed to help you focus, affirm your visions, and harness the power within your creative maniac mind! Join us daily for a new 60-second power affirmation followed by a blast of oracle motivation from the Universe (+ a quick breathing meditation). It's time to take off your procrastination diaper and share your musings with the world! For more musings, visit RageCreate.com Leave a Review & Share! Apple Podcast reviews are one of THE most important factors for podcasts. If you enjoy the show please take a second to leave the show a review on Apple Podcasts! Click this link: Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Hit “Listen on Apple Podcasts” on the left-hand side under the picture. Scroll down under “Ratings & Reviews” & click “Write A Review” Leave an honest review. You're awesome!
Explore the allure and manipulation behind 15-minute cities, while uncovering vital lessons from COVID's past for a more informed future. (More details below the links) Join the sub club HERE Get The FREE Mikey Report HERE WIn Aftershock Tickets HERE Checkout the NEW website MikeyPodcast.com Tap to Connect with me on Facebook, Instagram , and TikTok Personal Instagram Personal Facebook Support the show and grab some merch HERE Save 20% at HigherElevation.com with promo code MIKEY Need help accessing this podcast? Tap this HELP _______________________ Step into a world where the allure of 15-minute cities clashes with the potential for manipulation and control. In this episode, we unravel the intriguing narrative of self-contained urban paradises, questioning whether they hold the promise of utopia or the grip of dystopia. Delve deep into the dynamics of rural resistance and urban conformity, as we analyze the tactics used to entice communities and shape AI-driven governance. But that's not all – we also journey back to the lessons learned from the initial wave of COVID, a wakeup call that still reverberates in our present. Uncover the ten crucial insights that empower us to challenge tyranny, misinformation, and the quest for control. As COVID makes its return, armed with knowledge and critical thinking, we navigate the storm of COVID 2.0 and beyond, while also scrutinizing the hidden agendas that could reshape our communities and our world. Podcast Notes: Explore the concept of 15-minute cities and their allure. Expose the potential for manipulation and control within this urban vision. Discuss the clash between rural resistance and urban conformity. Analyze the role of AI governance in shaping future communities. Investigate the connections between global agendas, centralization, and 15-minute cities. Reflect on the lessons learned from COVID 1.0 and their relevance in facing COVID 2.0. Challenge narratives, promote critical thinking, and encourage listeners to question authority. #themikeypodcast #15MinuteCities #GlobalControlAgenda #RuralRebels #COVIDLessons #QuestionAuthority
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durée : 00:58:58 - Maya Dunietz - par : Alex Dutilh - Deux ans après “Free The Dolphin”, la pianiste, compositrice et plasticienne israélienne Maya Dunietz revient avec “Thank You Tree”, un nouvel album tout aussi libre, joueur et innovant qui lui permet d'étendre encore un peu plus son spectre musical. Parution chez Raw Tapes.
Living through the financial collapse of 2008 was one of the biggest economical swings this current generation has seen, until now? It's hard to see what's actually happening when you're in the middle of it, and that's exactly why I bring experts with a wide range of experiences and insights to the show. A lot of you are in the crossroads and feeling the pain of how much higher your grocery bill is for the same amount of food. If you were on track with a decent savings account a couple of years ago (especially if you took advantage of the stimulus money that got us where we are now… we'll talk about that today) you noticed your savings are virtually non-existent now. Working 2 to 3 jobs was once reserved for the hustler on a mission trying to work towards something major, and now it's the standard for many people just to make ends meet! My guest today not only accurately predicted the 2008 financial collapse, he's a seasoned Wall Street prognosticator known for his spot on predictions of the stock market performance, including gold, commodities, and the might dollar. Peter Schiff is breaking down for us the mind-games government uses with data to ease the pain we all know to be a rapidly declining standard of living and exposing how the Fed's inflation strategies are destroying the American economy. Expose the fallacy of inflation being needed to stimulate the economy and spending Capitalism's role in creating freedom and opportunities Is a depression greater than the Great Depression we all ready about in US history on the horizon for the US? If record numbers of credit card debt and student loan debts serve as any kind of indication of what's looming around the corner, you'll want to take notes and really think through this for yourself and your family. This is Impact Theory and this episode is about thinking through not just how to survive the next economic crisis, but how to get ahead of most and actually thrive. PETER SCHIFF QUOTES: “When the government prints their way out of a short term problem they print their way into a an even larger long term problem.” “The fact that we have an economy that is based in spending, that is the problem. That's part of the bubble, we have a bubble economy. A legitimate economy would not be based on spending, it would be based on savings and production.” “Money is supposed to have real value. It's not supposed to be conjured into existence out of thin air by a central bank.” “A lot of people believe that capitalism is evil, but capitalism is the least evil economic system that exist.” “Capitalism created the American middle class. Without capitalism there wouldn't have been a middle class. There would have just been a bunch of poor people and some rich bureaucrats at the top that were sucking the life blood out of everybody else.” “You don't get rich by hoarding your money because if your money is hoarded it doesn't grow. The way people get rich is by investing their money, by creating economic growth, by producing more products, by providing more employment.” Follow Peter Schiff: Website: https://schiffradio.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@peterschiff Twitter: https://twitter.com/PeterSchiff Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peterschiff Unlock your true potential and enjoy an unparalleled listening experience with our Impact Theory Adfree subscription service at https://impacttheorynetwork.supercast.com/ Sponsors: Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at http://www.shopify.com/impact This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at http://www.betterhelp.com/impacttheory and get on your way to being your best self. Get 55% off at Babbel.com slash IMPACTTHEORY. Go to Marekhealth.com/impacttheory and use code IMPACTTHEORY for 10% off your first lab order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us as we follow Dave Smith, a construction business owner, on his journey of facing financial challenges and personal hardships as an entrepreneur. But just when it seemed like things were turning around for Dave, a shocking twist leaves him questioning everything he's worked for. Master craftsman, visionary builder, and tireless entrepreneur, Dave Smith is the founder of Smith House Design and Build, a home remodeling company that has been transforming houses into dream homes for over 18 years. From its humble beginnings as a grassroots venture, assembled from the sawdust and dreams of a history graduate turned construction assistant, the company has grown into a $10 million enterprise. Dave's extraordinary journey carries the hallmark of relentless determination, the thrill of enterprise, and a dedication to continuous learning that not only set the foundations of his company but also propelled its growth story.In this episode, you will be able to:Explore a remarkable entrepreneurial story in the home remodeling field that can provide actionable insights for your own pursuits.Learn why grasping opportunities is instrumental in sculpting a thriving entrepreneurial landscape.Expose the challenges and unexpected benefits of experiencing financial hurdles as a business owner..Visit the Smith House Design and Build website to learn more about their services and view their portfolio of past projectsContact Smith House Design and Build to schedule a consultation for your home remodeling or renovation project.Take advantage of the in-house design services offered by Smith House Design and Build to create the perfect vision for your home.Consider joining the Smith House Design and Build team if you are a skilled carpenter or have experience in the home remodeling industry.“But I guess to me, money and capitalism and business, it's kind of like the internet. It's not necessarily good or bad, but it can be used for good or bad and it's not something to ignore, it's something to own. And it's a very important thing that we need to steward and use for good.”Books and ResourcesThe Go-Giver, Expanded Edition: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea Connect with Dave Smith:WEBSITE: https://smithouse.com/FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/smithouse.designbuild/INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/smithouse_designbuild/LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-smith-81015b10b/ Connect with usWEBSITE: https://www.adversity2abundance.comLeave us a rating or review: https://www.adversity2abundance.com/reviews/new/ or hereGot comments, feedback or suggestions? We'd love to hear it! https://www.adversity2abundance.com/contact/ Follow Labrador LendingWEBSITE: https://labradorlending.com/YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChYrpCUlqFYLy4HngRrmU9Q Connect with JamieLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-bateman-5359a811/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/batemanjames
Jon discusses the chief of police here in Minneapolis in hot water before discussing an specific expo that failed once again in the city. We also hear a harrowing tale from Jon's trip to the movies over the weekend as we sprinkle in your talkbacks all morning long.
Do you want to break free from the grip of pornography addiction and experience true freedom and restoration? In this episode, our guest Fred Stoeker will be revealing the keys to overcoming this addiction so that you can reclaim your life and find lasting healing. Get ready to discover the pathway to liberation and the resources you need to achieve victory over pornography, allowing you to embrace a life filled with purpose, intimacy, and wholeness.In this episode, you will be able to:Delve into the damaging effects of pornography addiction on relationships and marital bonds.Expose the hidden triggers of sexual sin and its pull.Understand the crucial role of spousal support in the fight against addiction.Learn how intimacy with God can anchor your journey toward sexual purity.Master practical and accessible tools to champion the battle against pornography addiction. My special guest is Fred StoekerDrawing from decades of experience and personal triumph over pornography addiction, Fred Stoeker is an influential figure in the world of Christian self-help for men. His best-selling book, Every Man's Battle, helped countless men with practical advice to make a "covenant with their eyes" to overcome their addiction to pornography and experience greater intimacy with their spouses.His latest book, Battle On Battle Over, is an endeavor with his wife sharing insights on another vulnerability both men and women face in a pornography-dominated world. As a steadfast proponent of men's ability to overcome their dependencies, Fred embodies the fight against the often-unseen battles many men face today. His four-decade-long, prosperous marriage further highlights his credibility in navigating the challenges of life, love, and faith.Support the show
How do narcissists feel when you expose them to their family and friends Welcome my channel! If this is your first time seeing my face or hearing my voice, my name is Lee and I am a self aware narcissist. I have narcissistic personality disorder ( NPD ) and I've been in therapy for my personality disorder since 2017 and it has definitely changed my life because without it, I would have lost everything. The point of these videos is to help bring awareness from the other side of the narcissistic *buse spectrum. All my videos give perspective on why many narcissists do what they do and the possible different reasons behind them. The victims and survivors get validation and the Narcissists (those that are willing) get to see that you can get help and that you are not alone. Website - www.mentalhealness.net 1 on 1's and all my links - https://beacons.page/mentalhealness Weekly Newsletter - subscribepage.io/mentalhealness Self Love Journal - https://a.co/d/70L3zKb Thank you so much and lets HEAL together --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mentalhealness/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mentalhealness/support
Reddit Stories | In a 6-month relationship, OP (26/F) is deeply in love with her boyfriend (26/M). Despite their mostly happy relationship, he has suddenly accused her of cheating twice within a month. These accusations come after his past experience with infidelity in a previous relationship. The first time was based on seemingly trivial reasons and the second time was due to her scent. These false accusations have left OP feeling anxious as if she's under constant scrutiny. She has talked to him, reassured him, and he's considering counseling for his trust issues. However, OP worries that his paranoia might persist or worsen even after counseling. Seeking advice on managing her anxiety and how to navigate this delicate situation.
Today, we're diving into a topic that impacts not just our work, but our well-being. We will be exploring the intersection of mental health and leadership, especially for Black professionals in the workplace. Our annual summit, Advancing Black Professionals, is more than a celebration of black history; it's a platform to honor today's leaders shaping history. This summit featured an exceptional panel including Dr. Alduan Tarttt, Dr. Raquel Martin, Eric Capeheart, and Kirbee Miller, discussing how to overcome stress and burnout for effective leadership and holistic well-being.You'll be uncovering invaluable insights on how to excel in your career while prioritizing your mental health. Join us for an enriching conversation on why understanding mental health is crucial for leaders, and how black professionals can embrace intentional self-care to thrive both professionally and personally.KEY POINTS - Bridging mental health gaps for Black professionals- How can we lead and nurture beyond work? - Strengthening mental health insights & acumen in leadership - Mindful self-care and self-nourishment for Black professionals at work- Balancing wellness & career expectations thoughtfully - Ways to prioritize mental health in the workplace - Coping strategies for allostatic workloads QUOTABLES "You cannot care about people and productivity if you do not care about their mental health." - Dr. Alduan Tartt"Nourishing yourself really just starts with getting really curious and peeling back the shame." - Kirbee Miller- "Expose yourself to mentors and others who have achieved what you want to achieve." - Dr. Raquel MartinGUEST INFORMATIONDr. Raquel MartinWebsite | https://www.raquelmartinphd.com/ IG | https://www.instagram.com/raquelmartinphd/?hl=en Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/raquelmartinphd/ Kirbee MillerIG | https://www.instagram.com/kirbeeandco/?hl=en Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/kirbee-miller/ Dr. Alduan TarttWebsite | https://www.drtartt.com/ Contact | 770-637-5017IG | https://www.instagram.com/drtartt/?hl=en Eric CapeheartWebsite | https://ericcapehartcoaching.com/ IG | https://www.instagram.com/ericdcapehart/ Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericcapehart/ Get the Own Your Power Checklist, the ultimate guide to helping you to own your personal power to drive as a leader.Love what you're hearing? Follow Brittany Cole & The Career Thrivers Podcast! Work with Brittany at Career Thrivers IG | @CareerThriversBrittany Cole IG | @BrittanyNCole LinkedIn | @BrittanyNCole Career Thrivers produced by EPYC Media Network
There is a deliberate and aggressive effort to undermine you and all other American citizens. It’s not just about the federal indictments against President Trump, or how the intelligence community covered up the Hunter Biden laptop in 2020 and blamed the story on Russian disinformation. And it’s not only about the totally bogus effort by […]
There is a deliberate and aggressive effort to undermine you and all other American citizens. It's not just about the federal indictments against President Trump, or how the intelligence community covered up the Hunter Biden laptop in 2020 and blamed the story on Russian disinformation. And it's not only about the totally bogus effort by the FBI, CIA, and others to frame Trump for colluding with Russia. But all of these scandals are symptoms of a larger problem: how our own government conspired with overseas actors to derail an American president and thwart the will of the people who elected him. That's you!And it's not over just because Trump is out of office. It never stops. The left's avalanche of terrible policies is destroying our nation - from a wide open border to chaos in our cities to targeting children for sterilization. And if you think you know why they're doing it, you might be in for a surprise.Today, Sara welcomes investigative reporter and author Lee Smith to detail how the "permanent coup" began, how it operates, and how he knows Joe Biden is not really running the country. It's not a conspiracy theory. It's happening right in front of our eyes. And no one sees it better than Lee Smith.Please visit our great sponsors:Allegiance Goldhttps://protectwithsara.comClick or Call 877-702-7272 to tell them Sara sent you and get $5,000 of free silver on a qualifying purchase. My Pillowhttps://mypillow.com/carterUse promo code CARTER to get the Queen size My Pillow for only $19.98 during the 20th Anniversary Sale. Or call 800-685-7221.Time Stamps:0:05 Put yourself in this situation5:06 Lee Smith Joins the Sara Carter Show6:53 Has this happened before?9:08 The Role of Social Media9:57 Permanent Bureaucracy11:02 Steele Dossier12:33 Obama wanted credit14:30 George Soros16:14 Elephant in the room17:39 We can't be afraid19:35 We have the evidence22:44 Bargaining24:45 This is a unique time25:33 Democrats need China27:43 How does Trump win?29:58 They fear Trump supporters32:23 Interview Close33:01 Show close
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network/Michigan Golf Live Podcast Ep 394 - Special Investigation - Beverage Cart Operator Horror Stories, Part 1. We invited beverage cart operators from around the nation to share their stories of the abuse, assault, disrespect, drug abuse, and overall boorish behavior they encounter while making their rounds to serve golfers at courses, resorts, and nationally ranked destinations. We've changed their names and promised anonymity as these ladies share incredible stories of men behaving badly. Men, we can do better than this. ATTN BEV CART OPERATORS - We'd like to hear from you and mic you up for a shift. If you'd like to talk more about your experiences and help us help you change the culture of toxic behavior, please text our 24/7 Hotline: (989) 272-2383 ---------------- Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Watch FGN videos on YouTube Check out our other sports pod: Church Pew Sports TEXT or CALL (989) 272-2383 to share your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions
An educational program that seeks to expose the "hoax" behind the COVID-19 pandemic has garnered tens of thousands of viewers, said its creator Alec Zeck.Zeck created “The End of COVID” to provide an alternative voice for those who don't trust mainstream media and to spread the facts on COVID-19 using government data.Zeck, who joined Liz Collin on her podcast this week, is a former military member and served in the Army until spring of 2021, when he knew he had to get away from the “agenda” he felt was being pushed by the military. Support the show
The Georgia case against former President Donald Trump is already backfiring. Aside from some oddities in how the charges were brought, something more important is now happening. People are actually reading the indictment, and they're finding the case against President Trump and 18 others alongside him is taking mundane acts and framing them as crimes. Charges were announced Monday in Fulton County, Georgia, against President Trump and members of his election integrity team. They're being charged under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, meant to take down the mafia. The charges are essentially that President Trump and his team conspired to change the outcome of the 2020 election by investigating election fraud, and that because they did this together, they were a corrupt organization. They now face 41 charges. ⭕️
The Washington regime is prosecuting Donald Trump for his "lies," but as Charlie explains, it is actually the regime itself that is built an on edifice of censorship, dishonesty, and deception. Charlie talks to Vivek Ramaswamy, who has called for full transparency on the Nashville manifesto, the 9/11 attacks, and more, while also becoming the only GOP candidate to promise a full and immediate pardon for Donald Trump if elected.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.