The strain on the supply chain over the last two and a half years has reverberated throughout the industry. Its effects have been amplified and exacerbated by shortages in not just capacity but also capable talent throughout all facets of the supply chain industry. As companies look to respond to “the great resignation”, what is the industry doing to attract, prepare, and retain the next generation of supply chain professionals? Jim and Steve Syfan join us to share their approach to building the supply chain of tomorrow, today. FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://syfanlogistics.com/ DO YOU WANT TO RESPOND TO THIS EPISODE? Call our Dialog Line: 888-878-3247 DOWNLOAD THE NEW INBOUND LOGISTICS APP featuring the updated and expanded Logistics Planner! Available on iTunes and the Google Play Store: http://bit.ly/ILMagApp http://bit.ly/ILMagAppGoogle Are you a #logistics Thought Leader that would like to be featured on the Inbound Logistics Podcast? Connect with me on Twitter: @ILMagPodcast Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Inbound Logistics Magazine on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/inbound-logistics Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ILMagazine Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/InboundLogistics Catch our latest videos on YouTube: www.youtube.com/inboundlogistics Visit us at www.inboundlogistics.com
Exodus 40 Devotional - The Anointing and Filling of the Tabernacle - Day -139 of our three-year journey through God's Word, one day at a time. --More about our church- http---www.foresthillpca.org --Acoustic Guitar by Josh Snodgrass- https---www.youtube.com-c-JoshSnodgrassGuitar
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.—Give towards what God is doing through Passion City Church: https://passioncitychurch.com/give-online—With Passion City Online, you can join us every Sunday live at 9:30a and 11:45a, and our gatherings are available on-demand starting at 7p! Join us at https://passioncitychurch.com/online—Subscribe to our channel to see more messages from Passion City Church: https://www.youtube.com/passioncitychurch1—Looking for content for your Kids? Subscribe to our Passion Kids Channel:https://passion.link/passionkidsonline—At Passion City Church, we believe that because God has displayed the ultimate sacrifice in Jesus, our response to that in worship must be extravagant. It is our privilege, and our created purpose, to reflect God's Glory to Him through our praise, our sacrifice, and our song.
Setting up a trust is a great way to protect your loved ones after you're gone. However, just signing the legal documents is only HALF of the job. You not only have to establish the trust, but you have to make sure your trust will actually control and protect your assets the way you want. Contact: 513-463-6789 info@CincinnatiEstatePlan.com
Psychological safety is so important because if we can create that sense of safety, it frees up our creativity, our imagination, our innovation. It allows us to test our assumptions and explore different ideas without fear of reprisal or judgment. And I think it's time for us to free up those energies and turn them into something with our guest, Peter McCoppin. Executive coach, keynote speaker, international orchestral conductor, and national host/broadcaster Peter McCoppin is here with us today to discuss how being emotionally available to those around us is a powerful tool for leading with questions and creating a compassionate environment. He also discusses how the neuroscience of the brain causes us to be drawn to those who are helpful, and how the helpers will rise to the top in times of trouble. Failure is a part of learning, and that by embracing this mindset, we can overcome difficulty and see the beauty in life's challenges. With that, let's jump right in and learn how to discover your life's purpose! [00:08 - 14:33] Opening Segment Cultures that embrace creative conflict are more successful than cultures that do not Allows for new and innovative ideas to be explored True leadership is not conspicuous, self-focused, or braggadocious It is instead characterized by service, humility, and a lack of ego Focusing on helping their team succeed, not themselves [14:34 - 25:52] Deeper Understanding of People Focusing on people and their non-verbal cues How technology has changed the way that people's interactions Filling the gaps in our lives with contemplation, learning, and wonder Humor is a key tool for finding meaning in difficult situations [25:52 - 41:04] The Age of Rising Up and Causing Disruption A story about how a skier's accident resulted to success in career How the feminine age is a time of change and disruption Leadership is being fully present Listen to understand, not to respond Leading with questions, not answers Suspending assumptions and judgment There is a place on the internet created to bring out our best impulses and our collective genius. Visit Goodness Exchange and get unlimited access to exclusive news and bonus content! [41:05 - 55:40] Leadership is all about asking great questions How do I know it's the truth? What if it weren't the truth? We talk about how leaders should possess openness and transparency Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' book, “No Rules Rule” Being emotionally available Having an open door policy The power of words Words can have a powerful impact on how we perceive reality [55:40 - 59:09] Closing Segment Peter shares some insight on how to find the best in every situation Final Words See links below to connect with Peter Resources Mentioned: No Rules Rule - Reed Hasting You can connect with Peter by visiting www.petermccoppin.com. Conspiracy of Goodness Links: The Goodness Exchange https://goodness-exchange.com/ The Goodness Exchange - Become a member! https://goodness-exchange.com/pricing/ Goodness Exchange Social Media Links: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/goodness_exchange/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/exchangegoodness Twitter https://twitter.com/goodnessxchange LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/goodness-exchange/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjBu-o4CG6V7PGq8QOANEg Quotes: “This dissatisfaction invites and compels innovation and creativity. It's a blessing.” - Peter McCoppin "The way the Internet is working in our minds and in our lives is to just draw attention to the shouting folks, whether they're on our team or not, in our way of thinking." - Peter McCoppin
As prescription drug costs skyrocket in the US, thousands of people are forced to forgo lifesaving medications -- all while manufacturers and health care facilities systematically destroy perfectly good, surplus pills. Kiah Williams shares how SIRUM -- a nonprofit that delivers unused medications to families who need them most -- plans to drive down prescription prices by recycling almost a billion dollars' worth of medications in the next five years. This ambitious plan is a part of the Audacious Project, TED's initiative to inspire and fund global change. After the talk hear from radiation oncologist Dr. Fumiko Chino, in conversation with our host Shoshana, on her heartfelt and tireless work investigating the high cost of medical care.
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Growth, whether it be personal or professional, is a journey. Sometimes, we need to take time to reflect on where we've come from to grasp where we're going. We can't be afraid to fail. Our failures are the flames that forge us. Do you use them as an opportunity to gripe - or to grow? I had a second round of back-and-forth with Audrey Cannata, the Operations Lead here at the Digital Growth Institute to talk about her transformational journey over the last ten years. Join us as we discuss: - How she rolled over her teaching experience into the digital growth space - The divide between personal growth and the personal ‘gap' and what she's learned in her role from observing human behavior - Why individuals, teams, and organizations should transform from the inside out Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - Audrey Cannata You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.
In our study of Ephesians we have encountered a watershed verse concerning the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. The everyday ministry of the Holy Spirit in the believer is as important as any subject we will ever study.--Ephesians 5-18-21- And do not get drunk with wine, for that is dissipation, but be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody with your heart to the Lord- always giving thanks for all things in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ to God, even the Father- and be subject to one another in the fear of Christ.--1 - Inaccurate Statements-a - You must ask in order to receive the Holy Spirit-b - You must regularly ask the Spirit to -fall afresh- upon you-c - You must empty yourself of sin and self and live a life separated for the Holy Spirit to come and fill your heart-d - The Holy Spirit is an -it--e - You must pray for the filling of the Holy Spirit-f - You must -tarry- for the Holy Spirit-g - You must speak in tongues as evidence of the baptism and-or filling of the Holy Spirit-h - You receive the Holy Spirit by the laying on of hands--2 - Biblical Statements-a - Filling means control
Filling up the trolley is filling plenty of people with dread at the moment, as food prices continue to rise. Supermarkets are vying for customers with price freezes and discounts - but what's the best way of getting the most out of the food we buy. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi went to find out.
Quick, think of a famous mother. Was it difficult to do? Perhaps the most famous mother in the bible, after Eve, would be Mary, mother of Jesus. I love what Luke 2:19 says. At the birth of Jesus, after the visit of the shepherds, it says, “But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.” (NIV) Isn't that just what mothers do? Their hearts are filled with love and memories. Then look at Mary when her son was a man. She still prompted him to take action! John 2:1-3 says, ‘On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus' mother was there, and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding. When the wine was gone, Jesus' mother said to him, “They have no more wine.”' (NIV) Of course, we know how that story ends! Jesus performed a miracle. We also see Mary at Jesus' death. John 19:25 says, “Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother, his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene.” (NIV) I'm sure you know of mothers who did all they could and were as close as possible when their children tragically died. Mary shows all the traits of good mothers. Filling her heart with love and memories, prompting her adult child to do good things and supporting her child in his suffering. Thank God for mothers! How to leave a review: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/rate-and-review/ Please provide feedback and suggestions at: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/feedback/ Bumper music “Landing Place” performed by Mark July, used under license from Shutterstock.
No one's good at everything in a business. In today's episode, Fiona chats with Michael Bascetta, the Co-CEO and Co-founder of Worksmith. They talk about Michael's journey, his businesses, and how he manages to juggle work and being a father of 2 wonderful kids. Tune in!
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“I really feel like I'm getting to that point where I now know when something undesirable is happening, like a trigger it's here to teach me something and it's on me. It's my responsibility to understand what that is.”This episode is my personal reflection for April 2022. Looking back, April was a very triggering month for me. I had a lot of things happening in my work, my relationships, and my relationship with self. It's been an emotionally charged month. It was tough navigating everything and the combination of experiences made me feel exposed. In turn, I instinctively sought external validation from those I love. As I shined the light of awareness on this pattern, I was able to uncover the learning opportunity. I saw the invitation to deepen further into self-love. I heard the call to take responsibility to fill up my own cup. To create internal validation. To know at a deeper level who I am is enough. It's been a beautiful journey that's sparked so much growth - and I can't wait to share it with you in this episode. “My mind wants to go out there and create, and it's constantly looking for ways to screw up a good thing, to stay angry, to stay mad because that is familiar.”As usual, my good friend and muse Georgina EL Morshdy is here to hold space and guide the conversation. As you'll hear in the episode, a lot of what I'm processing around validation and perception is something Georgina's also working on. The synchronicities are magical. In this episode, Georgina & I explore:Listening to others through the lens of presence.How I'm deepening into my triggers. Conditioning ourselves to find love within. How staying grounded connects me with my power. Discerning the energy that you're making decisions from. Remembering who I really am. Who would you be if you followed your heart & flowed with life? Why every emotional experience is an opportunity to learn. And more…What I love most about my monthly reflection episodes. It's that the insights I share come from my lived experiences. I'm not planning to have these lessons. I'm not trying to find things to share with you! Instead, these growth opportunities show up for me organically. Using the lens of reflection and awareness, I make sure I learn from them. I hope you find something in here that benefits your lived experiences. “The only way to actually heal that perception was to fill my own cup up and give myself what I needed instead of seeking it from other people. The change that is inspired in my life is monumental.” Contact Info:Raj details >> www.rajjana.com InstagramGeorgina >>> www.findyouryou.co.uk Instagram. We thrive on your feedback, so if you've enjoyed this show, please rate us and leave us a review. And don't forget to subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode again. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Although we wish it were true, companies don't need VO produced 365 days a year. So what do you do when things are slow? Anne & Pilar have learned that the ebb and flow is all part of the biz. The amount of auditions you receive is not indicative of your worth, but it does feel good to be busy. Filling your time with classes, coaching, and market research during down time can prepare you for when the busy season comes again, but slow days can also be times to relax + restore your hard working voice, mind, and body like a true #VOBOSS. Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Pilar: Hola, BOSS Voces. Bienvenidos al podcast con Anne Ganguzza y Pilar Uribe. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and I am super excited to be back with special guest cohost Pilar Uribe. Hey Pilar. How are you today? Pilar: I am good, Anne, and it's, uh, it's a little slow today. Anne: Yeah. You know what? That happens in our industry. We have days where, gosh, every time I turn around, there's something else to do. And I love those days. They're crazy days. But then there are days when it's slow. Back in the early days, Pilar, I used to like question, oh my God is what's happening? Like, should I get out of the industry? Like I haven't heard from any of my clients. I didn't book any gigs today. So what do I even do? So that would be a good topic for discussion today. Pilar: It's funny because I think that voice actors tend to equate their worth with the amount of auditions they get, which has absolutely nothing to do with them. Anne: auditions and or jobs too. So don't forget about that. Right? 'Cause they're like, oh my God, it's been slow. I haven't, I didn't book anything. I didn't get any auditions. What am I doing wrong? Pilar: Exactly. And it generally, it has nothing to do with you. There are things that you can do of course, but just remember that it's not necessarily a reflection on your ability. It's just sometimes it's the wave of what the market is doing. Anne: Yeah. The wave of the market. Pilar: I mean, there, there have been so many waves when people didn't know what was happening. And so clients and companies are still trying to figure out where to put their advertising dollars, and then that's when you see, well, what's happening? Why isn't, why isn't this coming in? Anne: I know and then you immediately blame it on yourself. Pilar: Immediately. And that's so that's so unhealthy. Anne: Yeah. It's a good thing to remember. I tell people because we do our BOSS advertising, the BOSS Blast, and a lot of times it really comes down to like what you said about the market. It is so true. We are driven by the market, right? When the market needs voiceover, they buy, not that they're not going to completely not need voiceover any given day, but there are waves. And it's always good to remember that if you're getting auditions, or you're submitting to any particular clients, corporate clients, if you're doing your own marketing, a lot of times any one particular company doesn't need a voiceover necessarily every single day. They're advertising. I don't really know one company that's advertising every single day, like hiring a voice talent. Sure, they're advertising, but it might be print. It might be email. It might be social media. They may not always be hiring a voiceover talent every single day. So remember when you send that email or that advertisement or that email for your services, remember that not every company has a new commercial every day or has a new e-learning module to do today. And that has a lot to do with offers that may come by. It just may be a whole timing issue. Pilar: Yeah, exactly. And so when those days are slow -- Anne: What do we do? Pilar: What do we do, exactly. And so one of the things that you can do is look at the business of where you are in your voiceover career. Are you sending out emails? Are you -- Anne: What's your marketing plan? Pilar: What's your marketing plan? Are you being top of mind for certain people, without being a stalker, 'cause that's something that we have to be really aware of. If you've had a client that you worked with, let's say a year ago, and you haven't heard anything or you got a new demo and you can say, hey, I just did a spot and I have a new demo. There's certain things that you can do during the slow time, during the let's say holiday times or the winter or the summer months. I was just thinking about this one very specific, slow time of the year is let's say Christmas through New Year's -- Anne: Yup, yup. Pilar: -- because nobody's thinking about that. Everybody's dealing with their Christmas presents or their Hanukkah or whatever they're getting into. Anne: Well, the majority. Pilar: The majority, true. If you're not religious, that's fine too. Anne: Yeah. International clients might be working. So there is that. Pilar: Right. Anne: Yeah. But generally slower. Pilar: It's generally slower because people don't have that. They're getting together with their families. They're planning trips. They're not necessarily thinking about the office work, and it's also end of year. So everybody's wrapping up their financial business. Anne: Well, yeah, and anything that is needed for the new year, or to end the year for the holiday, for example, any holiday advertising, hopefully they've taken care of that months before. Right? And so during that end of the year, they're hopefully planning for what's happening, you know, in the beginning of the following year. Pilar: Right. But they're not concerned with, oh, I need to hire this. They're not necessarily as concerned as they would be let's say in a heavier year for that particular company, that particular business. So it's a great opportunity to sit there and look at your plans. Anne: Absolutely, absolutely. Look at where you are right now in your career and what can you do to grow? It's the most opportune time to market yourself or figure out, if you're not marketing yourself, how you can start or how you can market your better. Pilar: Exactly. So what can you do, let's say, in those slow months? Well, you can take a class, you can work on your craft. You can look at your emails from people you've done business with, people you want to do business with, do a little bit of research. Basically we are so lucky that we live in this day and age of the Internet, because all we have to do is Google a company and see what their practices are. You can see that the health and the range of a company you're going after, you know, XYZ company, say, well, what is it that they're, they're going after? What are their spots like? What are their radio spots like? What are their TV ads? What is their marketing push, and see what could be interesting for you, let's say if you're, if you're looking at a specific company. And then when you're looking at your own stuff, everyone has a different style. Some people are really organized. Some people are not. People have, you know, little tabs that they do. They have spreadsheets. Some people are fly by night. I'm a little bit of both. I like to make lists, but I'm not necessarily a spreadsheet kind of gal. So I'll sit there and look at -- I have a very specific list where I'll look at, you know, who have I heard from? Who have I not heard? Anne: I think it's a really good time to, if you don't have a CRM or if you either invest in a CRM or take a look at your list of clients that you do have. I have a couple of different CRMs that I work with, one of them specifically because I do a marketing program, the BOSS Blast for other clients. So I am looking at that CRM and finding out, when is the last time I contacted this person, if they're not on the list to get them on that list. And I love what you were talking about in terms of researching companies that you might want to try to reach out to and contact and investigate like what's their market like? What are their new products? What is their form of reaching out to potential clients? That's one of the things that I always tell my students to do is, hey, if you want to be aligned with a company, go check out their website, sign up for their mailing list. I know I'm like, I have so much email. This is why I have like 900,000 emails that are unread, but I sign up for a lot of company email lists so that I can find out how they are marketing. And this is part of my ongoing research anyway, to make sure that I'm current and relevant in the corporate realm of things, because I do a lot of corporate narration. But that also is a very good reference for commercials as well, because companies have products, and they advertise those products. So not just for corporate narrations but for commercials and basically all sorts of voiceover applications for researching companies and finding out who they're reaching out to. Maybe they're now reaching out to a younger demographic. So what does that mean for you? So keeping that research kind of at your fingertips can really help you for when you're auditioning starts picking back up or your jobs start picking back up because you're going to be really relevant and current with trends. And I think that that's so very important that you do that, especially if you're in the middle of your career, and you may not be actively coaching with anyone right now. It's something that I do almost on a daily basis. It's market research to find out what are the trends, what are, what's getting hired? How many people that I see posting on Facebook or that are just starting off that say they don't watch commercials. Oh my goodness, no. You have to watch commercials. That's like your homework. Pilar: Yeah. I think that that is just such a goldmine that people I don't think realize. And that's part of your homework. That's, as much as it is doing research on a company, it's being aware of like big events throughout the year. Anne: Sure. Pilar: Like the Olympics. Anne: Yeah. Cultural impact. Pilar: Like the Super Bowl. Like the Oscars, all those commercials that come on, inform us what the industries are interested in right now. Anne: And why am I watching the Super Bowl mostly this year? For the commercials? Pilar: Exactly. I don't want to downplay the, the actual Super Bowl -- Anne: Oh no, I'm not downplaying, but I -- look, if your team isn't in the Super Bowl, of course. Do you know what I mean? It's not, I'm not saying I'm not watching the Super Bowl for the Super Bowl, but I also, as much as I watch the Super Bowl for the Super Bowl, I watch it for the commercials. Pilar: Exactly. And it's so interesting when there's a big event going on, you're going to see the different patterns. Like for example, if you're watching the Olympics or any Olympics or any big event, whether it's the Emmys, or Country Music Awards -- Anne: Advertising changes, yeah. Pilar: -- they are focused. They have a very, very specific demographic that they're aiming for. So it's really key as a voiceover actor to see who are they aiming for and what is it that they want, and then contributing as part of that. Because if you don't put yourself in that whole part of the process, then you're missing out on a lot. So it's really important when you do have time to think of yourself as one of the cogs in the wheel that's getting this done as you are, you're planning your financial and your email marketing throughout the year. Anne: And speaking of spending time on yourself, right, while things are slow, you can absolutely take classes. There are so many wonderful opportunities out there for educating yourself and furthering your performance, furthering your, your business acumen, all types of classes that you can take, acting classes. You know, improv, we were just talking, we had a whole episode on improv, which was phenomenal. But yeah, doing something that can help you to really get your performance kicked up a notch so that you're ready for when those auditions do come around again. Pilar: Yeah. And even, even something as simple as yoga, tai chi, centering yourself, all of that is so important because that just adds, it just gives you colors and flavors. So when you go and you do an audition, it's basically like having your own proper tools to be able to stand in front of the booth when the time comes. Because for example, this has happened to me over and over again, where I'll get an audition the night before it's due the next day, you have to come up with this accent, or you have know about this product. And I'm like, I don't know about this product. So for me, like what you're doing in terms of looking at all those emails, all the marketing, seeing how these companies work, it basically for our general knowledge, it's always, it's always important to be sort of on the pulse of what's happening. Because when the time comes and you have that audition, you have to be able to just produce it, just like that, snap. So whatever it is, whether it's a new accent or it's a new product, or it's a new idea, and you're like, okay, what is this? So that, you know, you quickly have to Google, you want to be Googling and you want to be interested and looking at the world, because that's going to help you when you're sitting there by yourself, in the booth going, what is this? Anne: Oh, yes. Look at the, I like that. Look at while you're sitting there waiting, look at the world. That's such a cool concept though. Really, get out there and look at the world. And you know, what I really love too is if you're not watching television and listening to those commercials, right, which gives you a nice, I think, pulse on trends in voiceover coming up and as they are, you know, you can also go to a really great resource on the web, like YouTube or ispotTV is amazing if you want to go check out commercials. And you know what's interesting, really understanding and really listening. You know, how many times I've gone to, I spot and you listen to a commercial. You're like, okay, in my head, I hear it this way. But in reality, if you watch it, and I noticed that you had mentioned this before is to listen with no image, right? Don't look at it, but just listen to the voiceover. And I think that's a really, really great tip. I want you to just listen to the commercial and listen to the voiceover because there's so many times where we think we hear something, but yet when you really sit back and listen without any visual, without anything else that's disrupting your focus, you're going to be able to hear those nuances. And those nuances are so, so important. A lot of times with students, I'll be like, okay, go check out this YouTube. And I don't want you to watch it. I want you to just listen to the voice and how the notes are happening and the nuances and the emotion as this piece progresses. Listen to the nuances of the voice and how they are responding and telling the story and emoting and tugging at our heart strings. That I think is so, so important. That alone, if you spent a certain amount of time per day just doing that I think would really help your performance. Pilar: Yup. You would start knowing each company that advertises, they do have a signature. It's really subtle, but then you start learning what each company's signature is. And that's so important when you go into the booth because you know, when we go into the booth, we get a spot at 6:00, and everything's, it's always rushed. But if we take the time, when things are a little slower, and we're doing this on a daily basis -- again, I mean, I'm not saying spend all day watching TV, but you spend 10 minutes -- Anne: Consider it market research. Pilar: -- let's say a couple times a day in market research, it's for your own benefit. Anne: Sure. Pilar: Something that I, I really like doing, Anne, and I do this periodically is that I go over my old conference or class notes. How many times have you opened a book and go, oh yeah. I went to this class. Anne: That was a good class. I remember that. Yup. Pilar: Do I remember anything about it? No, probably not. But when I go and I look at my notes, I go, oh yeah, that, they made a really good point. That's really important. And I think that it's so important generally when you take a class, whatever it is. And let's say you write notes, go look at your notes immediately after you've taken the class, and then look at them again one week later. Because here's the thing about learning. You know, this, 'cause you have been an educator for such a long time. The very first time we get something or we hear it, we may not necessarily get it fully. Anne: Yeah. Get 100% of it. Yep. Pilar: So to maybe see it again, we need to -- Anne: Go back, review. Pilar: -- read it again. We need to explain it to somebody because that's when it really sinks in. Anne: Sure, if you have to teach -- that's so funny that you mentioned that because one of the things that I used to do when I was a teacher in front of the class was we would have project days where the students would propose to me something that they wanted to do for their grade, like a project. And so a lot of times I would say, all right, if you want to learn this, then I want you to teach it to me, teach it back to me. So that's a really great tip there is to go back and review because you'll, you'll get all those nuances that you might've missed the first time. It's like watching a great movie, right? When you watch it a second, third, fourth time, you get all the other nuances that you miss the first time. And that I think is a great analogy to reviewing your notes. And even if you have a recording of the session, I get a lot of conferences where I get the recordings, which I can look at later. Now how many times have you ordered a course online and then you forgot about it. Right? I actually have multiple courses. I actually have a bookmark of places to go where I've bought courses that I need to go and take, or I need to go back and listen again. And so I'm going to say probably that's going to be one of the biggest, best tips that we can give, because I know it's not just me that's kind of addicted once in a while of I want to learn this, let me buy this course. And then I promptly make a log-in, a password, and then I forgot about it until three months later. And then I'm like, oh wait, I bought that course. Let me go and actually take it. So that's a perfect thing to do when things are slow, make sure you have a place -- you know, I just have a bookmark of, of courses. And so it just reminds me to go back and revisit those courses again and again, and get my money's worth. Pilar: And get your money's worth, but also for me, it's always about how can I use it in the booth because it's that moment -- you know, VO BOSSes, I know you faced this. You're sitting in your booth and you're going, I don't know how to relate to this copy, or I'm tired. I want to go to bed. I'm falling asleep, but you have to push through because it's due at a certain hour. So it's, it's basically having those tools. And that's why it's so important to listen over and over to these things again, because they're all there to help you give your best performance in the booth, whether you're auditioning or whether you're working, we talk a lot about auditioning, but then you get the job, then what you do? So you, you have to be able to have all those tools at your disposal. So having that downtime enables us to be able to kind of just sort of hone them. It's kind of like, you know, filing your nails. Anne: You know what's so interesting too? You know what else you can do in your downtime? Pilar: Yeah? Anne: You can actually like take some downtime. Pilar: This is very true. Anne: That is actually going to -- like for me, like I'm working, working, working, working, working, and then all of a sudden, whoa. Now what? Actually, like, I don't know, take a nap, go play with your fur babies, watch a great movie. I always love to watch good movies to get inspired, listen to great commercials, that sort of thing. I watch the Dodo videos, which are all about animals, you know, being saved and helped and goodness with animals. And that always just gets me emotionally, and it makes me happy. And believe it or not, that helps my performance in the booth. So yeah, take some actual time for yourself as well, because it's important for you to refresh. Whatever, whatever it takes for you to feel good, go for a run, get on the treadmill, go floating, so many things, right, that can really just help you refresh and be -- live in the moment. You know, spend time with your family, go on a vacation. Pilar: And also it's knowing that slow time is not a reflection on your performance or your ability or anything, any of that. Anne: Right. Unless that slow time is extended like for six months or so. I mean, you, you want to make sure that that slow time -- but you know, I'll tell you what, a few days here and there a week, you know, it's, it's very, very common. So I remember those first in my career, first of all, if you can stick out your career, right, and you're in it for the long haul, you'll start to learn that these ebbs and flows are normal, and you'll get more used to them. You'll get better at, I think, working through them. But in the beginning, guys, it's okay. It happens. I know so many people that will come to me, like, I don't know, what am I doing wrong? It's just slow. And I'm like, well, you know, it's been a little bit slow. So, you know, give yourself some grace, right? And in the meantime, here's what you can do. The first thing is always educate, educate, educate, right? Educate yourself. Either build a CRM, educate yourself about your clients, educate yourself about the market, what's trending, take a class. Right? All of the things that we've already talked about, work on your marketing that can help you to educate and grow. It's just the best thing that you can do, whatever you can do to grow. Even if that means taking some time off, right? To relax and get your mental health back because it's so delicate, I think, in the beginning for people who are not used to this industry, right? It's very much a mental game, very much a mental game of confidence. And you need to know that it's okay, that you will have slow days, and you need to be able to do what you can to push through them, to build up your confidence, to build up your performance, do whatever you can to grow, grow, grow. And don't let it, you know, don't let the mind start to play tricks on you. Pilar: Something, I think that's also really important is reaching out for help. Anne: Oh yeah. Pilar: Because for years I didn't have a voice over agent in Miami. I just basically found the jobs by myself. I had an on-camera agent, but I didn't have a voiceover agent. So when I came to Los Angeles, I got a voiceover agent really quickly. And then I noticed that I, I worked and worked and worked on my auditions, and I started thinking, oh my gosh, what's, what's wrong? So I actually reached out to my agents and I said, okay, I'm not booking, what do I do? Anne: What a great idea. Pilar: And so they were so helpful, and they each had just one or two lines. I mean, you know, they're so busy. It's not like they have a whole bunch of time, but they suggested I get with a few coaches. I had actually gone to one or two that they mentioned, but then I went to some others. They had some really good, it's very short sentences of critiques. And I just took that. And I was like, okay, great. And I'm going to work on it. Anne: Yeah, I love that. Pilar: And I worked on it. Anne: I love that you reached out to your agents. I think people tend to forget that it is a two-way street. You guys are partners. And you know, I think it's wonderful. If your agent can take a moment and give you feedback. And I think any good agent will do that to help you, because you guys are partners. I mean, you help them make money. They help promote you. So I think that it's, it's important that you do reach out for help. And you know what, reach out for help from your peers too. I think peer groups can really help when things get tough -- Pilar: People that you trust, people that you trust. Anne: People that you trust, and when you get down on yourself or maybe you're, you're lacking confidence, a group like that can help. It's one of the reasons why I put together the VO Peeps group so long ago. We were also isolated and it was to have a community which we could lift each other up. And I think that that is, that is absolutely important, when things get slow and you start silently going, oh my God, do I even belong in this industry? That's time to reach out, you know, reach out to your community, reach out for help. We're all here for you. BOSSes. We're here for you. So you can always reach out and come to us for encouragement, confidence to lift each other up. Pilar: And if you don't see something like that in your community, go ahead and start one. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: Because for example, I, I, one day I just kind of lucked into this play reading class. They read new plays. It's every couple of weeks. And I go and I read. They give me a role and I read. Is there any monetary gain? No. Do I get a lot out of it? I get to read out loud. That's just priceless. I'm going to start another new reading accountability class. Anne: Yeah. I love that. I love that. Pilar: Just to read. D Anne: Don't let your auditions be your practice ground. Do you know what I mean? Pilar: Yes, yes. Anne: Like I think that, you -- remember, your auditions or your work so glad you brought that up because you know, like I tell my students every day -- I give them enough homework, you know, I just like, I don't want you to be bored ever. You need to do something every single day that is voiceover related, and you need to practice. I think if you're at a certain level, it's wonderful to have that support of the community and to be able to work out and perform in front of each other. Be careful because depending on the group, you want to make sure you have somebody that has some experience in there that can give you some critique that is valuable to you. I think if there's a ton of, you know, maybe beginners in the peer group, it may not be as effective as it could be with somebody that has some experience in casting or directing. But it is so very valuable for you to practice that read every day. And don't let that be on your auditions. Really. Pilar: Yes. Anne: If you can spend 20 minutes a day just reading scripts, I think that that really, really helps, and also working out, it's another, again, another reason why I have VO Peeps, and we have workouts every month. We have a couple of different workouts every month. It's just so, so valuable to keeping those, those skills honed, and you know, and in check. So. Pilar: And I will give a tip that I think is probably the most important tip that I will give. If you have a cat, you can read to him. Anne: I love it. I love it. Yes. You can read to your fur babies. And your babies. Pilar: I just did that last night. I'm preparing a monologue for an audition. And I was like, you know what? He's right there. What the heck, why not? Anne: They're our biggest supporters. Pilar: They are. Anne: What a great conversation, Pilar. Great tips. Thank you so much. I'm excited. So remember guys, when things are slow, they don't have to be slow. You've got a lot of, you've got a lot of stuff to do. There's a lot of alternatives here. Pilar: You have a lot of homework. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: That's important. Anne: There you go. So I would like to give a great, big shout-out to our sponsor, 100 Voices Who Care. This is a unique chance, guys, for you to use your voice and make a difference and give back to the communities that give to you. You can visit 100voiceswhocare.org to find out more. Also love to give a great, big shout-out to our long-time sponsor, ipDTL. You too can connect, and network like BOSSes like Pilar and I. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing week. We'll see you next week. Pilar: I'm so glad we had this time together. Anne: Good bye, goodbye. Pilar: Goodbye. Anne: Bye, guys. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voboss.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
Just because you have a belief about yourself, what you're capable of, and what other people have over you, it doesn't mean that it's true. It's critical to start to evaluate the thoughts that we hold about ourselves and what's possible, instead of just accepting them as fact. Coming to terms with this idea has completely transformed my confidence and helped me turn down the volume on my harsh inner-critic. In part two of the Confidence Code series, I'm sharing three concrete practices that have helped me to rewire my thoughts to be more empowering and in alignment with my dreams. I talk about breaking the cycle of my insecurities, how beliefs get formed, and the changes that I've noticed in myself since embarking on this thought work journey. In this episode we talk about: Noticing the emotions in your body when your negative voice chimes in Learning more about how the brain works Filling your mind with thoughts and reminders of the new beliefs that you want to cultivate What my negative inner dialogue sounds like when it pops up Resources that have helped me on my confidence journey If you loved today's episode, please share your favorite takeaways or your own systems and processes by screenshotting this episode and tagging us on Instagram! Click HERE for the Powerhouse Women 30-day guide to cracking the confidence code! Click HERE to get your tickets for the Powerhouse Women 2022 event! Click HERE to check out the Powerhouse Women Behind The Success Stories! Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN Follow Powerhouse Women: @powerhouse_women Follow Lindsey: @llindseyschwartz Follow Hannah: @hannahmwells Visit the Powerhouse Women website: www.powerhousewomen.co Join the PW Community Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity EPISODE TIMELINE & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ( 0:49 ) Welcome back to another episode of Powerhouse Women! This episode is part two in the five-part Confidence Code series. ( 2:53 ) Lindsey says, “Just because you have a thought, it doesn't mean that it's true.” ( 5:16 ) Lindsey says, “Unpack this idea that we do actually have a choice to accept and believe the thoughts that we think.” ( 11:20 ) Lindsey shares an example of how she learned to address how negative self-talk was showing up in her body. ( 16:07 ) Lindsey talks about the importance of learning how the brain works. ( 20:23 ) Lindsey says, “The second thing that I've done to rewire my thoughts to become more confident is I started to notice and observe my thoughts.” ( 23:01 ) Lindsey highlights why listeners should intentionally fill their minds with reminders and reinforcement for the new thoughts that they want to think and the new beliefs they want to cultivate. ( 26:01 ) Lindsey says, “It's been seven to ten years of consistently putting the right kind of information in my ears, of being committed to the daily work of unpacking my own thoughts and beliefs, and replacing them with something new.” ( 28:33 ) Listeners can grab the worksheets that go along with this series at https://powerhousewomen.co/confidence.
In this episode, Caitlin and Jessica will show you how to use sentence stems to help your students introduce evidence, with an additional component for your higher-level writers. The bonus? Your students' improved writing will mean you get to enjoy reading essays, plus spend less time grading them! Links mentioned in this episode: http://ebacademics.com/writingwaitlist Are you enjoying the podcast? Tag us @ebacademics and let us know which episode you're listening to! Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a Review! Your review helps us reach even more middle school ELA teachers just like you! It would mean so much to us. To leave a review in iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Rating and Reviews. Click on "Write a Review" and let us know how this podcast is helping you in your ELA classroom! Other episodes you might enjoy: Constructive Criticism: How to Change Your Mindset and Be Open to Feedback Mini Literary Analysis Writing PD: H
Ep. 563 - Without DeAndre Hopkins, what is the offense going to look like? Good question. The good news is the Cardinals have two things going for them: 1) time and 2) options. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki focus on the latter. From Marquise Brown to A.J. Green to Antoine Wesley plus don't forget about the tight end and running back; all will be needed to help fill a rather large hole on offense. Also, the guys discuss whether the defense may need to add another piece, specifically a veteran presence on the defensive line.
This week, we continue our 8-week series on how to make a fundraising plan for your small nonprofit. We also talk about five ways to attract new donors and offer some donor engagement tips. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Get fundraising resources at www.littlegreenlight.com/jenni — Find the Filling the Well podcast wherever you listen to podcasts or at www.artsmidwest.org/resources/podcasts/filling-the-well — Find Jess Campbell at outintheboons.me — My once-per-week email newsletter, where you can get a short summary of every podcast episode: nonprofitjenni.com/subscribe Produced by Ben Hill Sound Music by Emily Summers ©2022 Nonprofit Jenni. All Rights Reserved.
Brent assumes control for another "Filling In The Gaps" episode on the podcast. In this fourth edition, Brent attempts to educate Aaron on music from various "boy bands" throughout the years by picking out all six songs in the episode. Spanning the 80s, 90s, and beyond, Brent spotlights music from groups like New Kids On The Block, Backstreet Boys, One Direction, and more. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.
Spinning your wheels? There's a reason that you are full steam ahead with no results. Today's Practice Tactics show how taking a step back can set you free. Get Great on Guitar in 20 Minutes a Day: https://www.playguitaracademy.com/get-great-on-guitar Beginners - Click Here - https://www.playguitaracademy.com/starthereguitar Play Guitar Academy: https://www.playguitaracademy.com/ 1 on 1 Coaching - https://www.playguitaracademy.com/play-guitar-coaching Become a VIP Supporter: https://playguitarpodcast.com/vip-patron/ Show notes at: https://playguitarpodcast.com/filling-in-the-cracks-practice-tactics-6-258/ Copyright ©2022 Play Guitar Academy
I have a confession; I spend way too much time scrolling rescue dogs and not enough time sitting with the loss of my beloved Capone. I have found my new drug of choice, scrolling for puppies. We all have losses in this life, and it is hard for many of us to sit with the magnitude of those losses. I know it is for me, so I want to shine a light on what happens in our lives after the last condolence card and after the meal train stops. It doesn't mean we have stopped grieving, and for many, it is when the real work begins. I am in it with you, struggling to sit with them now myself.Follow along on Instagram: @LindsaymakeswavesStay connected with all the latest happenings with LindsayShe Nets Worth: hairstylist's guide to going independent waitlist!
Jon Hansen filled in for Dean this week. Jon and the crew start off the show talking about the Kentucky Derby and their experiences at the race. Then it is time for Dave Schwan’s far flung forecast! Dr. Kevin Most, Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Central DuPage Hospital, joins Jon, who filled in for Dean, […]
In this episode, we talk with David Neal about Filling Your Small Business Pipeline. One of the challenges for small businesses is that they don't have enough tools or resources in their tool bag. That makes companies rely very heavily on just one or two strategies such as their status in order to fill their pipeline. It's like being a carpenter and only having a hammer in your tool bag. During this podcast, you will hear several tactics and strategies for filling your pipeline. Our hope is that two or three of these will resonate with you and then you will be able to add those to your tool bag. ----- Federal Access is helping Government Contractors win more contracts. It can help you too. Here's a special offer. Visit https://federal-access.com/gamechangers today and get started for just $29. *You are going to get access to a digital copy of the Government Sales Manual. * Over 85 strategy videos * More than 30 webinars * 300 documents and templates AND * SME support. So when you run into an issue, you can email me directly for help. Go check out this special offer today at https://federal-access.com/gamechangers
Filling in for Bernie Fratto, Chris Plank discusses whether he thought Jordan Poole's knee grab on Ja Morant was dirty or not. He also reacts to Rich Strike who was 80-1 odds to win the Kentucky Derby and did exactly that! Some interesting comments from Pete Carroll instilling his confidence in newly acquired quarterback Drew Lock. Non-juiced balls in the MLB, Baker Mayfield, and much more on FOX Sports Radio! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Filling in on this episode of Straight Outta Vegas is Chris Plank. He can't believe the 80-1 upset from Rich Strike in the Kentucky Derby! Despite the series being incredibly emotional, he doesn't think Jordan Poole grabbing the knee of Ja Morant was a dirty play. All this and much more on FOX Sports Radio! #fsrweekends See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Filling in on this episode of Straight Outta Vegas is Chris Plank. He can't believe the 80-1 upset from Rich Strike in the Kentucky Derby! Despite the series being incredibly emotional, he doesn't think Jordan Poole grabbing the knee of Ja Morant was a dirty play. All this and much more on FOX Sports Radio! #fsrweekends See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nehemiah was tasked to rebuild the wall around Jerusalem. You and I are called to be salt and light. Are you making up the hedge, filling in the gap, stopping the breaches? Nehemiah 4:7 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragingchristians/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/encouragingchristians/support
This bedtime stories for grown ups / fairy tale in English is called "Night Under the Stars". Enjoy these Scottish sleep stories, romantic love sleep stories and bedtime stories for grown ups (soft spoken ASMR) and relax for a while courtesy of Scotland's natural, musical sounds of the wilderness, to help you into a deep sleep. Who's keeping count of how many times I've said "Oooh I'm actually really proud of this one"? I'd estimate at least 4 or 5 haha. This is one of my own dream scenarios, which I've experienced many times and written about a little beforehand. In this story, we forage in the wild forests of Argyll, gathering firewood, setting up camp, cooking a little and exploring astronomy, shooting stars and stargaze with the whole night sky all to ourselves... :) I know you're going to love this one. Plenty of production in this wee story too. Yes, I won't lie - I am quite pleased with it. :) My deepest gratitude to you all, Sam x Make yourself comfortable and relax to this soothing tale. Support me in creating these stories on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/snoozewithsam If you enjoy these sleep stories, it would mean to world to me if you showed your appreciation and support through my Patreon. This way I can continue to do what I do! Thank you. Sam Support me here: https://www.patreon.com/snoozewithsam Listen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5LJgW_uI99g0ZAA-Yj2azQ All of my stories are original productions, having been recorded on location in Scotland. "Snooze with Sam" whispers sleepy stories of Scotland's natural world, all with the help of a soft, soothing Island voice. Lay yourself down, get comfortable and lose yourself in the sea of gentle tones gifted by one of the world's most beautiful countries. "Snooze with Sam" is brought to you by Sam Lawson, an entrepreneur, health and fitness professional and lifelong musician from the Isle of Skye. He runs a Coaching business in Glasgow, Scotland, and finds great satisfaction in helping others find peace within themselves, coaching them on towards personal transformation. 00:00 - Thank you 04:14 - Gathering Wood 12:42 - Heading Back to Camp 18:15 - Approaching Camp & the Loch 24:36 - Setting up a Fire 27:42 - Lighting the Fire 29:38 - Filling the Water Pot 32:22 - Tattie 34:20 - Stargazing 37:57 - The Milky Way 46:08 - First Shooting Star 48:46 - Meteor Showers 55:34 - Second Shooting Star 58:25 - Tea and Tattie (followed by ambience) These original works are the property of Snooze with Sam, © Copyright 2020-2022. All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/snoozewithsam/message
Chris McCann is a tech business and thought leader specializing in helping successful people and companies remember who they are and align their life with their purpose. After many years of professional striving at the expense of personal development, he awakened to the need to cultivate an inner life. Chris charted a new course prioritizing professional achievement led by personal meaning by studying the world's great spiritual texts, training with prominent spiritual leaders, and developing the tools required to navigate life and find real purpose. His website. WHO IS MARK STRUCZEWSKI? Mark “Ski” Struczewski (also known as Mister Productivity) is obsessed with helping 100 million solopreneurs bust through overwhelm by 2032. In addition to being a productivity coach, Mark is a speaker and the host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast. You can find out more about how to connect with Mark and his mission MarkStruczewski.com. Go from overwhelmed, fatigued, and stressed to experiencing peace, joy, and freedom in 90 days. Find out how at 90DaysToBustingOverwhelm.com.
One of the biggest reasons for customers leaving or not transitioning from a lead to a customer is the onboarding system. Filling in 14 pages worth of information is a great way to turn someone off. So helping those with complex and involved onboarding processes is Onramp, a customer-centric onboarding platform that cuts out the busy work and lays the foundation for success at scale. Head of Growth and Commercial Strategy, Dan Wittich helps us understand the value they provide and the problems they solve. With successful outbound initiatives, Dan is ready to transition into more inbound marketing efforts to take this company to the next phase of growth.
This week, Scott and Karl are off, so we'll flashback to July 2019, for a very relevant conversation from a very different world. Scott and OGB producer Brett discuss pedagogy and dominant learning theories, as Scott aspires to be a better Starting Strength coach and a more effective interlocutor at Online Great Books. We begin our discussion with an exploration of the common learning theories practiced in public school and higher education, along with a cost/benefit analysis of each: behaviorism, cognitivism, and (social) constructivism. We also touch on connectivism and mindset theory. Originally recorded for School Sucks Podcast.
Last week Utah got news it will receive a half a billion dollars from the federal government to generate hydrogen in the west desert and pump it into underground salt caverns. To which we said…'what?' Brian Maffly, Salt Lake Tribune environmental reporter, is here to explain why it's exciting. Later, Ali mentions Restoring Ancestral Winds. Looking for more City Cast Salt Lake? Sign up for our daily newsletter here. Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise.
It all started with stackable mineral glitter pods, honey. Now, clothing designer and performer Chrissa Sparkles chats with Jackie J all about her beauty and self care journey, including: karaoke with dad, finding her cute, girly, and sexy aesthetic, writing 750 words a day, and ukulele songs. Plus, how experiencing joy through all that you do is self care! For a list of everything mentioned in this episode, go to www.natchbeaut.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For our Season 4 launch of Cooking in Mexican from A to Z, Zarela & Aaron sit down together to discuss the most-requested topic from their listeners: Tamales. Together they detail every part of the tamale-making process, including tips like: what lard does for tamales, why you shouldn't overfill your tamales, and how you could repurpose your smoker or pizza oven to mimic the traditional sacahuil technique. Plus, they discuss different regional styles of tamales and the role they play in wakes, weddings, and Christmas celebrations. For more recipes from Zarela and Aarón, visit zarela.com and chefaaronsanchez.comHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cooking in Mexican from A to Z by becoming a member!Cooking in Mexican from A to Z is produced by HotDish Productions and powered by Simplecast.
You DO NOT need a huge list to be hugely successful with your group coaching program, but you do need a few other things that I'm sharing this week on the podcast :-) Tune in to learn… …How to make your Group Program magnetic to your dream clients …The simple way to build momentum even without a large following …The one kind of list you do need in order to fill your program (it's NOT a big email list!) …Where to “mine the data” to find hot leads for your group offer …An easy way to land clients that so many people overlook! If you're ready to claim your 6-figure coaching business — complete with a 3-day workweek! — it's time to learn how to leverage talent, time and expertise using a GROUP offer…and there are over 100 episodes on the podcast to help you out! With love, Cailen Want to work with me and my team to create a Premium Group Program? Join the waitlist for the next Scale-Up Day™ virtual event so you can plan your Premium Group Program in just ONE DAY with me and my team! (Spots are extremely limited!) Apply for Scale-Up Accelerator™ to build, launch and enroll your Premium Group Program in the quickest, easiest, most profitable way possible with our proven system.
Bram breaks down what's next for the Commanders and their roster and who the next signings may be. A replay of Phil Longo and what he had to say about Sam Howell. A look at tonight's slate and some picks in the NBA and NHL. For more sports coverage, download the ESPN630 AM app, visit https://www.sportscapitoldc.com, or tune in live from 3:00PM-6:00PM Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @ESPN630DC, @RealBramW and @Mike_Callow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeff Cohen is a seasoned entrepreneur. He's founded and grown multimillion dollar technology and manufacturing businesses. He presents Count-On-Able. That's the new and rapid success framework that guides CEOs to make this happen now. He was on Shark Tank on season one and he was the first company that the Shark Tank people ran a success story on him in season two. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 587 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stuff – https://linktr.ee/antionandassociates 02:39 Tom's introduction to Jeff Cohen 12:35 Filling in the gaps for a software company 17:11 Don't mortgage your house multiple times to keep things going 18:37 Make sure you don't ignore your family 20:50 Authority without accountability and vice versa 24:20 Asking your employees what they'd like to do 27:23 Sponsor message 29:09 Punishing people when they share something 30:53 Paragliding, skydiving and yoga Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/ Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/ College Ripoff Quiz - https://imtcva.org/quiz Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - email@example.com Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/ KickStartCart - http://www.kickstartcart.com/ Copywriting901 - https://copywriting901.com/ Disabilities Page - https://imtcva.org/disabilities/ Jeff's website - http://countonable.com Email Tom: Tom@ScrewTheCommute.com Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Related Episodes SpeakPipe - https://screwthecommute.com/586/ More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906 The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://screwthecommute.com/wordpressecourse/ Join our Private Facebook Group! One week trial for only a buck and then $37 a month, or save a ton with one payment of $297 for a year. Click the image to see all the details and sign up or go to https://www.greatinternetmarketing.com/screwthecommute/ After you sign up, check your email for instructions on getting in the group.
Rachel Lavelle is the creator of the first ever equestrian color cosmetics brand, Blue Ribbon Beauty. Filling a gap in our industry, Blue Ribbon Beauty features two different eyeshadow palettes and lipsticks for riders who want to look their best in the show ring. Having disciplines in our sport where makeup is incorporated as part of our show uniform, we thought it would be fitting to not only introduce this fun new brand, but also discuss how makeup influences our world of equestrian sport and how makeup varies from show ring to show ring.
Filling in for Glenn, Stu goes through the history of CNN and its failures, leading up to the failure of CNN+. Pat Gray joins Stu to discuss the failure of CNN+. Pat and Stu discuss California's latest radical abortion legislation. President Biden announced the intention for every car to be climate-friendly, and Pat and Stu have some thoughts. As the feud between Disney and Florida continues, President Biden chimed in on whose side he's on, and Pat and Stu discuss. Pat and Stu discuss the latest update on Elon Musk's attempted purchase of Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices