The idea of success is often oversimplified. Most believe it is achievable overnight, but nothing can be further from the truth. Success results from years of tenacity and consistently doing the right thing. Brandon Lazar is an entrepreneur who succeeded after ten years of hard work and hustle. Join us as we discuss his journey from selling rocks in kindergarten to owning two businesses in college and how he created a successful exit from his business. We'll hear Brandon talk about the lessons he learned while working as a wildland firefighter that helped him stay prepared for anything and how to leverage the two levers of success - HR and marketing - to manage a high level of turnover. He'll provide insight into creating systems and processes from day one that make the business more attractive to potential investors and share his advice on staying committed even after a failed attempt at selling the business. Finally, he'll reflect on the emotional and financial journey of exiting a business after 15 years, emphasizing the importance of chasing fulfillment over financial freedom. Get ready for an inspiring conversation with Brandon Lazar! [00:01 - 15:21] From Selling Rocks to Fighting Fires Brandon's background and career How Brandon has bootstrapped a business with a single ladder and magnet signs Service business has two levers: HR and marketing/advertising Goal setting and review are essential for getting out of day-to-day operations Calendar to prioritize visionary work over direct labor [15:22 - 21:13] Navigating the Exit Process: How One Entrepreneur Sold Their Business Without a Broker Systemized business from day one to make it more attractive to investors Brandon's first attempt at selling took a year, but he stuck with it and eventually sold successfully [21:14 - 30:33] From Minivan to Millions: Brandon's Journey to Financial Freedom The universe has a plan for us, and we just have to navigate it Brandon shares how he celebrated success with his family The realization that financial freedom is not the only thing to chase [30:35 - 40:02] Learning the Value of Focusing on One Lane at a Time Hourly IQ and Ninja VA Three types of managers: Builder, Fixer, or Maintainer It's better to put people in one lane than to wear multiple hats [40:03 - 41:49] Closing Segment Final words Quotes: "In actuality, my indication of having lived success is you not only have to be doing the right thing. You have to be super intentional and strategic about it. And then chances are it takes ten years to make for an overnight success." - Brandon Lazar "We want to have our calendar, be it Google Calendar or a pen and paper agenda, or whatever it is, but we have to live and die by our calendar. "- Brandon Lazar "The universe has a plan for us, and we're just here to navigate." - Brandon Lazar "If you wear all those hats in the beginning days, chances are anyone could be better at one thing. If you just put them in one lane and you're wearing eight hats, and in eight different lanes, they're going to be better than you because they're able to have more clarity and more focus." - Brandon Lazar Connect with Brandon! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-lazar-77b56a19a/?originalSubdomain=ca LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes. Dreamcatchers is an inclusive organization that targets people's interest in being more instead of a certain demographic. We have people from all walks of life at many different ages. Find out more at www.dreamsshouldbereal.com. Find out more about Jerome at www.d3v3loping.com or www.myersmethods.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode: 00158 Released on May 8, 2023 Description: Martin Petersen has over 50 years of law enforcement analysis experience, 33 of which were with the CIA where he spent most of his career as a Senior Intelligence Officer and retired as the Deputy Executive Director. After retirement, he worked for the government contractor SAIC that became Leidos before opening his own consulting firm where he provides intelligence training and special projects consultation related to government, military, and law enforcement among others. This week's episode is a bit different as we won't be going through how Martin started his career as he has already done that in another episode (link below). Instead, we will be focusing on his experience working with analysts, performing analytical functions himself, and developing analyst training programs to foster future leaders – in addition to how he got the nickname, “the fixer.” Martin is a strong supporter and advocate for analysts and data-driven approaches, and walks us through how he developed his training program and the beneficial results it had on the agency. Martin is currently President and CEO of M. Petersen Consulting, LLC where he continues to provide training, consulting, attends conferences and events as a guest speaker, and has published multiple books and articles for the intelligence community. CHALLENGE: There are Easter eggs in one of the tables of the Excel chapter that Jason wrote for the IACA textbook. First-person to email us at email@example.com about what the Easter eggs are will receive a $20 gift card from us. Happy hunting! Name Drops: David Cariens (00:02:24), John McLaughlin (00:05:12) Public Service Announcements: Scott Eicher (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/scott-eicher-the-cellular-analysis-sme/) Dr. Leigh Ann Perry (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-dr-leigh-ann-perry-the-law-enforcement-analysis-researcher/) Related Links: Spycast Episode: https://thecyberwire.com/podcasts/spycast/480/notes Intelligence Matters Episode (also includes graduate speech) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/declassified-martin-petersen-on-the-tiananmen-crisis/id1286906615?i=1000484983789 Leading Analysts: https://www.cia.gov/readingroom/docs/DOC_0000947692.pdf https://www.cia.gov/resources/csi/studies-in-intelligence/volume-55-no-1/what-i-learned-in-40-years-of-doing-intelligence-analysis-for-us-foreign-policymakers/ David Cariens's Episode: https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-david-cariens-the-analysis-writer/ Association(s) Mentioned: Vendor(s) Mentioned: Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-petersen-38a96569/ Transcript: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/nr3miv/MartinPetersen_transcript.pdf Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong Podcast Researcher: Theme Song: Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble. Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com. Logo: Designed by Kyle McMullen. Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners. Podcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/GbQhw-j8lKs 00:00:17 – Introducing Martin 00:01:43 – Becoming the Fixer 00:12:12 – Creating a Win-Win 00:21:04 – Issue 1: Standards in LEA 00:31:32 – Break: Scott Eicher & Dr. Leigh Ann Perry 00:32:50 – Issue 2: Product Mentality 00:38:33 – Issue 3: LEA are Spread Thin and Not Focused 00:46:02 – Issue 4: Too Few Sources 00:49:35 – Personal Interest: Writing Spy Novel 00:51:53 – Words to the World
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Our guest today likely needs no introduction. Joining us for a LIVE interview in Austin, TX, it's The Thyroid-Fixer herself, Dr. Amie Hornaman! Dr. Amie Hornaman “The Thyroid-Fixer”, is host to the top-rated podcast in medicine and alternative health: The Thyroid Fixer™, with listeners around the globe. She is the founder of The Institute for Thyroid and Hormone Optimization, an organization with transformational, proven approaches to address thyroid dysfunction and support people in returning to full health. Dr. Amie is also the creator of The Fixxr™ Supplement line with revolutionary, proprietary supplements that are changing the lives of many people. Ultimately, she is a woman on a mission to optimize thyroid patients around the world and give them their lives back. After her own experience of insufferable symptoms, misdiagnoses and improper treatment, Dr. Amie set out to help others who she KNEW were going through the same set of frustrations and who were on the same medical roller coaster. She grabs your hand, gives you answers about your health that no one has told you and gives you the actual tools and personalized treatment to fix you. What makes her program unique is the extra support and accessibility that you can't find anywhere else. That's the transformational journey. With a focus on optimizing thyroid and hormone function, and thus optimizing her patients, Dr. Amie looks at you as a unique individual and not JUST a lab value. She examines all factors that tie into thyroid dysfunction and thyroid symptoms and FIXES you to give you your life back. Catch our Health Space Unmasked Event w/ Dr. Terry Wahl's! Free to attend and includes Q & A. Go to fdntraining.com/unmasked to register now. Where to find Dr. Amie: https://thethyroidfixer.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-thyroid-fixer/id1529800263 Instagram: @dramiehornaman Ready to do work you love? Want to help people in the same way Dr. Amie and Detective Ev do? Go to fdntraining.com/call to talk with one of our advisors about how we can help you.
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Do you know that men and women communicate in completely different ways? They also listen to one another in various ways as well. Why do men and women have such challenges communicating? Relationship expert Alison Armstrong is the creator of Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women, a fast-paced, entertaining method of understanding communication between men and women. According to Alison Armstrong, the source of ALL the problems that women have when it comes to relating to men is holding the mistaken belief that men are just hairy women! And so obviously, when women talk to men as if they were their best girlfriend, the results are usually less than optimal. Her insightful information is simple, practical, and straightforward. Tune into this conversation to find out a better strategy for improved communication. Info: AlisonArmstrong.com
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Robert Jordan is the CEO of InterimExecs, which matches top executives with companies around the world. Based on research with thousands of leaders and companies, he and co-founder Olivia Wagner wrote Right Leader, Right Time: Discover Your Leadership Style for a Winning Career and Company, and they've launched the FABS Leadership Assessment, a free assessment at RightLeader.com designed to help leaders and organizations perform better. Jordan also authored How They Did It: Billion Dollar Insights from the Heart of America and help plug publish Start With No, Jim Camp's bestseller on negotiation. Questions • Now, we always like to give our guests an opportunity, especially guests that we've been interviewing for the very first time a little bit for you to share in your own words about your journey and how you got to where you are today. • Could you take some time to share with our listeners a little bit about the book Right Leader Right, Time, just some of the core things that the book talks about? • Now, do you believe that there's any examples globally, of a leader who embodies each of the four leadership styles that we would have just looked at the fixer, the artist, the builder, the strategist? • Could you give me one example for each leadership style that our listener could take away, maybe a practical activity that they could do or something that they could do to strengthen them to be a better fixer, a better artist, builder or strategist? • Could you share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely can't live without in your business? • Could you also share with our listeners, maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you? It could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you read recently? • Could you also share with us what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? Either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. • Could you share with our listeners where can they find you online? • Now, before we wrap our episodes up, we always like to ask our guests, do you have a quote or a saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you'll tend to revert to this quote? It kind of helps to get you back on track if for any reason you got derailed? Highlights Robert's Journey Robert shared that in some ways, he's your classic entrepreneur. He was in graduate school, but he was not the greatest student and dropped out to start a publishing company and started the first magazine in the world that covered online services and then the internet. And in the beginning, he made every mistake you could make in business. But eventually, of course, the internet came around, the worldwide web and then he could do no wrong and the business grew very fast to put him on to the Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing businesses in the US. So, that was his first company. And then he kind of fell into a very weird job title. He was an interim CEO for a number of technology companies, mostly early stage and that led to forming an organization called InterimExecs and he gather they're going to get into this because at InterimExecs, they had about 7000 executives show up who wanted to be placed, they're a matchmaker around the world in organizations that need leadership, and fractional or interim executives. And so, from that, they also wrote the book just referred Right Leader, Right Time. Me: Amazing. So, this book was published in 2022. Robert stated yes, Right Leader, Right Time just came out. About the Book – Right Leader, Right Time Me: Could you take some time to share with our listeners a little bit about the book Right Leader, Right Time, just some of the core things that the book talks about? Robert shared that when you've been asked something a long time, you can spot patterns, and with all these 1000s of executive showing up, they spotted a pattern which was not so good and then another pattern that was really good, and the not so good pattern was that the majority of executives were having career experiences, leadership journeys that you would describe as okay, but you wouldn't say they were remarkable. The flip side was that if you just looked at the top 2%, 3%, 4% of executives, they're having exceptional careers and leadership journeys. And in that exceptional group, they saw 4 distinct styles of leadership, leadership style referring to somebody having a system or an approach or a process. And they gave them 4 labels, Fixer, Artist, Builder and Strategist. Me: So, Fixer, let's start with that one. Tell us a little bit about what are some of the key skills or competencies that you'd have to be considered in the fixer category. Robert shared that Fixer is the energy, it's the person that has to run into the burning building time after time. So, they're not trying to pigeonhole any one person into one style, they think all leaders, they bring all their capabilities to bear. But fixer energy is this dominant kind of style that needs crisis. And for a fixer-oriented leader, it may take them 6 months, a year, 2 years to solve the client relationship, to fix a broken division. When that is done, that person needs to move on to a new crisis. Does that give you a picture? Me: It does. So, this could be applicable to any type of leader in any type of organization? Robert shared that it could be, what they're saying is that if you have dominant energy around fixer, it is best for you and for the organizations you're with that most of the time - you need crisis, you need a hot mess. And if things are too stable, or going too well, as one of the leaders put it you'll break it just so you can go fix it. Me: It's almost like you're self-sabotaging because that's how you perform, that's how you're at your best. Robert stated that you need to be in those roles so if you look in the world today, as he and Yanique was talking, there's a business called FTX, headquarter's in the Bahamas and of the leading Crypto Exchanges, and it went bankrupt a few months ago, and the CEO who was appointed, who is a classic kind of fixer, because there are a million creditors and there's alleged fraud. Well, that executive prior to FTX, he was at Enron, he was correcting Enron, he wasn't the cause of the problems in Enron, but that's his wiring. Me: So, we have Fixers, those are the ones that are good at solving problems, and they need things to be broken in order to fix it. What about our Artists? Robert shared that artist is the energy that sees the world as a blank canvas, or a piece of clay to be molded. So, you think about right now a leader like Elon Musk, he is driven by his innovative ability. Historically, you look at someone like Thomas Edison, or Steve Jobs. This is that kind of creative drive coming out. Artist energy though, the way they put it in the book is sometimes it's at that leader's peril. And he's strongly worried with artist energy and he gets that, which is to say you can't stop thinking up ideas, that doesn't mean they're all going to come to fruition, they're all going to be great, they're all going to be operationally terrific, which is why you need a mix of styles around you. Me: Agreed. It's almost like that book by John Maxwell, How Successful People Think and there is a thinking activity that he does in there that has a different thinking styles. So, you have big picture thinker, focused thinker, creative thinker. And in order for an organization to really function at its best, you need a blended approach in terms of people's thinking style versus just all of your team members thinking in a particular way. Robert agreed. Absolutely right. And one of the things exceptional leaders do better is they're better at collaboration. All of us talk about it, and he thinks everyone thinks they're good at it, the problem is that if you're not really confident and directed in your own style, it's less likely that you're actually effectively collaborating with everyone else. Because the primary thing they saw in this average of leaders who were having okay career experiences, but not great. The primary flaw was attempting to be all things to all people, it never works but it is the thing that a lot of people do knowingly or unknowingly. Me: Yeah, that is crazy. So, we looked at the Fixers, the Artists, what about the Builders? Robert shared that everyone in organization loves to be a builder, they get that. They mean something specific here with builder, which is the energy that can take the small, the nascent product, service, team, client relationships, and take it to market domination. So, you can think of, for example, someone who creates a new technology, and it grows fast, and they have an IPO, that's builder energy. What you tend to see with builder is that when that person has achieved an IPO or has achieved market domination, in many cases, they need to move to a new company, a new division, a new product, new client relationships, because they need the challenge of taking something small and getting to market domination. Me: All right. And then we have our Strategist. And it's funny, but would you say that most people believe that in order for you to be a great leader, you need to be an excellent strategist because business is all about the strategy and executing that strategy? Robert shared that it's a good question. And all leaders have to be good at strategy, strategy, he would say with a small s, the leader label strategist, we could have called pilot, conductor, captain, quarterback, it's referring to the kind of energy that excels within large vast or complex organization, the kind of language that strategists leaders use, it's around loyalty, and being mentored and mentoring other people. It's about longevity, typically within one organization, it's being cross trained, it's about gratitude to an organization. And that kind of language, you're just not going to hear that from typical Fixer, Artist or Builder leaders. Leaders Who Embodies the Four Leadership Styles – Fixer, Artist, Builder and Strategist Me: Now, do you believe that there's any examples globally, of a leader who embodies each of the four leadership styles that we would have just looked at the Fixer, the Artist, the Builder, the Strategist? Robert stated that that's a good question. So, when we're talking about Fixer, John Ray, who's now the CEO of FTX, has a massive job to clean up FTX, it's a disaster. The founder is now facing all kinds of criminal charges and there's funds missing and that would be fixer energy. And as they said, he had been at Enron before. An example of Artist, Elon Musk is a good example. If you think about any friend of yours, and they're highly creative on the team, they may be the renegade, they're the rebel. They're not necessarily the most popular, but they're the one that's capable of these discontinuous leaps for companies, and it's absolutely the energy that a stagnant company needs, that's the artist builder. So, if your listeners are familiar with Sheryl Sandberg, until recently, she was the number two at Facebook now known as Meta. Sheryl Sandberg's, first 7 years at Facebook were phenomenal, she took an organization of a couple 100 employees. Facebook at the time was probably about $100 Million Dollars in revenue. Seven years later, there were 70,000 employees, it was $70 Billion Dollars in revenue, if that's not the standout example of builder leader in the modern world, he doesn't know what is. Sheryl was also a cautionary example of what were one of the points they make in Right Leader Right Time because she ended up staying at Facebook, Meta for 14 years and what happened in the second 7 years, Cambridge analytical scandal, election scandals, the pivot to VR Meta which might not have suited her as well. Taking tonnes of arrows in the back for writing a best-selling book called Lean In. And it's a little cautionary because again, builder energy tends to be focused on market domination and once market domination has been achieved, that leader really kind of needs to move to a new company, new project, new division. So, strategist leader, great example would be Fred Smith. He just retired from Federal Express, FedEx. He was there 51 years and most leaders, we think, it's not like you have to round the basis, you don't have to have tried everything. In the book, they're fond of this phrase, highest and best use. And that is something we all aspire to as leaders to arrive at a point. There's no arriving but kind of a Zen concept of coming to understand your highest and best use. Fred Smith started FedEx as a paper he wrote while in college, that's pretty innovative, artistic. He's famous, he's been interviewed many times. When he couldn't meet payroll early on, he went to Las Vegas and gambled just to meet payroll and if that's not fixer energy, he doesn't know what is. Builder, of course, to scale an organization like that was amazing. But he really arrived at a place of being one of the best strategist leaders of the modern era. Me: Okay. So, we have some real-life practical examples that our listeners can definitely envision or even tap into because they're a part of what we know. They've written books, we've seen their history to see what they've done so that they can really identify what the leadership styles are and what are the qualities that they embody. Examples of Practical Activity To Strengthen Your Leadership Style Me: Now, let's say for example, you want to develop these skills or want to develop in these four areas. Could you give me one example for each leadership style that our listener could take away, maybe a practical activity that they could do or something that they could do to strengthen them to be a better Fixer, a better Artist, Builder or Strategist? Robert stated that it's a great question and one thing you also touched on earlier, they've launched at rightleader.com, a free 3 minute assessment is called FABS Leadership Assessment for any of your listeners who want to get a little bit of input and they'll get a result after 3 minutes. And they'd also appreciate feedback to asked whether they got it right, how you're labelled. But they'll also get a free summary in terms of descriptions of each of the styles. So, each one of the 4 is different. And it's not a generic answer. So, for example, fixer energy, it tends to be the someone in organization, they're smart, they're hardworking, and someone around them throws a problem that nobody else could solve. And that's how fixer energy tends to develop. And it is in the best interest of fixers, if they're hooked and they solve that problem that no one else could solve, the best thing they can do is to seek out the next crisis. You have to pick yourself for these things. Artist energy, they think, and they're going to see how the research goes based on all the FABS Assessments being done, feels to them a little more like a mode that is internal to you that you cannot help. And what that energy needs within an organization is to be surrounded by people who are more operational. As a way of kind of protecting the ability to keep on doing it. Builder is an energy in a way similar to fixer, it's more linear. A fixer tends to only work on one problem, one company, one crisis at a time, or put it this way. If you have a friend and they say they're a great fixer, but they're trying to put out fires at the three companies at a time, that's not a great fixer, that's probably not going to work. The opposite is you have a friend and they're strongly artists energy, very renegade, rebellious, they need multiple canvases to paint on at the same time. It's not an accident that Elon Musk has SpaceX, Tesla and The Boring Company at the same time. He's also a cautionary example because as he and Yanique are talking, he still has Twitter and Twitter was not his classic playbook, Twitter was a broken or maybe he contributed to making it a broken organization and he's using a playbook there and there's no other fixer on the planet that gets to do what he does. It doesn't tend to work well. But builder energy, what that person needs is to put themselves into situations of maybe not unproven product services, companies technologies, but something that has not yet reached scale, has not reached domination, they need to be in the position of where they're helping the product, the people, the process, the team to grow, their putting system and process in place. And strategist, strategist just needs to be within an organization where cross training and mentorship are going to be those components. So, those are some of the things that people should be aware of, that the overriding thing that they would say is that in observing exceptional leaders, they tend to reject more of what is not for their highest and best use. They reject more of what's not for their highest and best use. And so, it's easy to say, and it's very hard to do, very hard to do. But that's the thing on your career journey is, as you're going along that you become more and more intentional. Your first job, you need the money, you need the direction, your family is looking at you and you can't refuse anything. But what happens over time, as you discover what you like, and what you don't like is you start gravitating in one place or one direction over another, you start making more and more intentional decisions. And decision comes from the Latin word, meaning to kill off. And you have to do that with options that are not right for you, as you got to kill them off. That's very hard because we live in a time of FOMO, the fear of missing out. Me: Agreed. And, just listening to you speak and explaining that. I've definitely seen my career grow in that way as well, in terms of being more intentional about the jobs that I take, or things that I invest my time into and the ones as you mentioned that don't serve me, I tend to not get involved in, maybe 10-15 years ago, my decision would have been completely different. Robert agreed. Exactly and hindsight is 2020, it's hard to see at the beginning of your career, it's just easier when you look back. And so, that's the thing to kind of inform where you are now and where you want to go is to look at your journey and not to judge it, just to observe it. No judgement…..just observation. App, Website or Tool that Robert Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about an online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Robert shared that it's an obscure one but he's on the road a lot and he has to send people PDFs and so he uses a TurboPDF app. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Robert When asked about books that have had the biggest impact, Robert stated that he'll share two books, one is personal bias, because he was involved with it. Yanique mentioned it, Start With No: The Negotiating Tools that the Pros Don't Want You to Know by Jim Camp. It's one of the foundational books on how to be a better negotiator. And they think is something that just stands everybody well, because the foundation of that book is understanding your own mission and purpose. And the clearer you get on that you start getting clear on how it is that you're negotiating with other people and to have a sense of mission and purpose in those negotiations. The other book is more recent, it's a book called The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks. And if you consider first mountain, are the things you do in career that are about money and power and status, fame, whatever. More of the earning your living, as opposed to second mountain, which is when you're going for significance. What is it that you are called to? What are you committed to? He thought that that was pretty powerful. What Robert is Really Excited About Now! When asked about something that is going on right now that he's really excited about, Robert shared that that's a great question. He has to go back, this assessment has them really energized because they would just love to see what happens as more and more people take it. We are recording this, and it's very new, it just came out and only about 1000 people have taken it so far. So, they're putting forward a lot of ideas here and they may be wrong or right about them, they're going to see as all of the data comes back in how it plays. Where Can We Find Robert Online Website – InterimExecs.com Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Robert Uses When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Robert stated that that's such a good question. “I fairly sizzle with zeal and enthusiasm as I spring forth with a mighty faith to do the things that ought to be done by me.” Robert shared that's a recording he heard many years ago, a Minister named Jack Boland and he was quoting his mentor. I can't remember the name of his mentor. But he said that on a number of recordings, and it just hit him between the eyes. And so, in his spare time he paints, and he actually painted a Canvas at one point with that expression, because it just energizes me. 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Acts 9:31-43 | Gavin Hesse | For a brief moment the turmoil in the early church has been quieted. God has taken an instrument of persecution, Saul, and has made him an instrument for the gospel. At least for a moment, the church is not being hunted by Saul but is being built up. The church continues forward, following the Lord and seeing the Spirit multiply believers. The gospel has gone forth to Judea and Samaria. Next stop, the ends of the earth.
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Episode 166. James B and Eddie celebrate Easter with four issues of Marvel Team Up from 1982. Thor makes out with another superhero. Someone finds out Peter's identity and Eddie learns something new about eggs. (01:42) From March of 1982 Stan Lee presents Marvel Team Up 115 featuring Spider-man and Thor in “Dichotomies!” by JM DeMatteis, Herb Trimpe and Mike Esposito https://viewcomiconline.com/marvel-team-up-1972-issue-115/ (06:49) From April of 1982 Stan Lee presents Marvel Team Up 116 featuring Spider-man and Valkyrie in “Between sword and Hammer!” by J.M. Dematteis, Herb Trimpe and Mike Esposito. (09:33) From May of 1982 Stan Lee presents MTU 117 featuring Spider-man and Wolverine in “Scents and Senses!” by J.M Dematteis, Herb Trimpe, and Mike Esposito (14:13) From June of 1982 Stan Lee presents MTU 118 featuring Spider-man and Professor X in “Meeting of the Minds” by J.M. Dematteis, Herb Trimpe, and Mike Esposito (17:18) Sponsor Tinkbump Toys 15th collectible set of figures Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by Eddie. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Happy Easter!
This week MC Fixer, Kresh and Matt are discussing everything that was showing off at the ID@Xbox Showcase in April 2023. We chat more about Resident Evil 4 now that Fixer and Matt have played more of the game and Capcom has announced their highest-ever share price. And we break down if it is possible to make a decent video game movie in 2023. Remember, if you want to get involved, leave us your questions and feedback in the YouTube comments, MC Fixer Discord https://discord.gg/dPWvAFyv or by emailing email@example.com
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The human immune system has developed over the past 200,000 years through Natural Selection. Those who survived the environmental challenges of their moment in time had the best chance of replicating. Today's propagandist media demands that the immune system is merely the result of advances in medicine: drugs and vaccines. The reality is the exact opposite. With American children as the sickest in all industrialized nations, and the recipients of 72 mandated vaccines by the time they're 18 years old, there's a cognitive disconnect. When faced with a choice between a child's health and the enforced sale of drugs and. vaccines, what do we observe every single day throughout all corporate media? Ask your MD to define the immune system. If his response contains the word 'drugs 'or 'vaccines', he doesn't know. This podcast summarizes what legitimate science actually knows about the human immune system. www.thedoctorwithin.comFor more references on this topic, please visit: www.thedoctorwithin.comNewsletter ArchiveVideos
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Are you struggling to identify your leadership style for your job search or to adapt to the changing world of work? Then tune in to this episode. Our guest, Robert Jordan, CEO of InterimExecs, shares his expertise on four leadership styles and their effectiveness in different situations. Read the full blog on the episode website. Timestamps to guide your listening: 4:47 - Robert Jordan's career story 7:43 - Interim executive work: what is it and how it works 18:21 - Fixer leadership style and examples 19:41 - Artist leadership style and examples 21:06 - Builder leadership style and examples 28:36 - Strategist leadership style and examples Links mentioned in this episode: Renata Bernarde's website Episode 78 - Portfolio career: What is it, and is it for you? Featuring Jacinta Whelan. Episode 167 - You need to know your leadership style. Feauturing Gary Ryan. About the host, Renata Bernarde Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job-hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress. Subscribe to the weekly newsletter. A free resource for job hunters: The Optimized Job Search Schedule Learn more about my career services on my website Book a time to discuss 1-1 coaching and achieve your goals faster Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut as we learn much more about the charges Donald Trump likely faces, and how his arraignment will play out on Tuesday. Michael Cohen, Trump's long-time fixer who went to prison for his role in these same alleged crimes, joins Joy with his unique persepective. Plus, we examine how the same Republicans who scream about states' rights are now trying to intimidate a local prosecutor, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, surrounding the Trump indictment. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Unlock the power of different leadership styles to achieve success in any organization. You will learn how to unlock the power of different leadership styles to be successful in any organization. "Your job as a leader within a division, part or all of the organization is how do you quicken that cadence? How do you cause more rapid firing of cylinders? And the foundation of all of that is what is mission? What does this organization stand for? What is its purpose?" Robert Jordan is an experienced leader in the B2B space, having founded the world's first internet coverage magazine, sold multiple companies, and co-founded Interim Execs. He is also an author, having written books such as How They Did It, Right Leader, Right Type, and Start With No. Robert Jordan and his wife experienced an immense crisis when their daughter was born at 1.5 oz, needing open heart surgery. In the neonatal intensive care unit, Robert was calmed by the presence of the surgeon and her team and knew they were in good hands. After 25 years, Robert Jordan's daughter is a healthy, happy graduate student. This experience inspired Robert to research and write about leadership styles, discovering four distinct styles: Fixer, Artist, Builder, and Strategist. He now helps others to find their authentic leadership style and boost team performance. In this episode, you will learn the following: Why is it that some leaders find mediocre success and others are truly successfulWhy do organizations not do enough to promote the right leadersHow business owners and boards should look at leaders around us differentlyExploring the intersection of leadership and cultureExploring the four distinct leadership styles of fixer, artist, builder, and strategist.Discovering the unique wiring of each individual and how it affects their leadership style.Understanding how developing a sense of mission and purpose can quicken the cadence of an organization.How strategists as leaders can help a businessHow to combine leadership strengths to create a multiplying force in today's environmentAnd much, much more
Tune in to Part II with Asa Bush (Tech Advisor).Asa Bush is technical advisor to venture backable startups. After watching countless founders spend $120k+ on development that should have cost $35k to create, we found Asa through a mutual friend, Sean Ruff.-When Asa began meeting these tech founders he knew that venture capital was his next frontier because the need was clear: non-technical co-founders can benefit from having a technical advisor enter the room with them.-When Asa's cilents began seeing results, everyone knew they were on to something groundbreaking.-If you are a founder with little to no engineering background, or an investor in founders who fit this profile, this may be the most important interview you hear this week.Why Interview Asa Bush? Asa provides a blueprint of how to get into tech, even if you don't complete a formal degree program in computer science. How do you know you are getting a good deal and not overpaying for outsourced development?As a founder, you'll learn how Asa works with early stage startups to become your go-to "tech fixer" without compromising your vision for your company.As an investor, you will learn how Asa can add value with limited resources and multiply them, a key to scaling at the early stage. Considering overlooking this episode because you don't know anything about Chattanooga?If you are wondering what ecosystems look like in emerging Southern cities with a strong tech presence, listen to how education and networking are leading to tangible business success.Asa shares how she learned to elevate others across the globe by positioning projects that excite new engineers. What Will I Learn From This Episode?As a founder or emerging fund manager, you'll learn what it takes to leverage a technical advisor.Subscribe and Review the #11 Podcast for Startups in 2022 as voted by Feedspot.Checkout the full list here-> https://blog.feedspot.com/startup_podcasts/Ranked in top 15% of podcasts shared globally on Spotify.See you inside…Questions Answered Inside:1. Who is Asa Bush?2. How did you get started in tech?3. Why do founders need a technical advisor?Learn how to connect with Asa inside Part II of the episode
The Manhattan's District Attorney's office is weighing whether they should recall Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen to testify again or call another witness to refute testimony by Robert Costello, who was once a legal adviser to Cohen. The DA is investigating whether Trump may have been involved in a scheme to pay hush money to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in an attempt to cover up an alleged affair. Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig joins AC360 to discuss where he thinks the investigation is headed. Plus, additional South Carolina Law Enforcement Division agents are being assigned to the Stephen Smith homicide case. Smith's mother, Sandy Smith, tells Anderson Cooper how it feels to have the case reinvestigated.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Bloomberg legal reporter Greg Farrell discusses how former Trump fixer Michael Cohen may be about to get the role he's been auditioning for since 2018: witness for the prosecution against his old boss, Donald Trump.Professor Carl Tobias of the University of Richmond Law School, discusses why younger federal judges are leaving the bench for lucrative positions at law firms.June Grasso hosts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For years, Anthony Pellicano was called on by Hollywood heavyweights to make their problems disappear. A new limited series from FX, the New York Times and Hulu tells the story of his rise and ultimate fall. Reporter and Producer Liz Day joins to discuss. This segment is guest-hosted by Tiffany Hanssen.
In today's Real Life Leadership episode, Chantel had the opportunity to speak with Robert Jordan. Robert has launched companies and helped other owners and investors build their companies for 25+ years. After founding the first Internet-coverage magazine in the world, Online Access, and landing on the Inc 500 list of fastest-growing companies, Jordan sold the magazine and began taking on interim CEO gigs. High multiple company sales and IPOs followed. In 2007 he started an online network for interim executives around the globe, expanding to 2,300 executives from 45 countries. Jordan then co-founded InterimExecs, helping owners and investors with powerful leadership on demand through InterimExecs RED Team (Rapid Executive Deployment). Jordan is author of How They Did It: Billion Dollar Insights from the Heart of America, and publishing partner for Start With No, Jim Camp's bestselling book and audio on negotiation. He is a lifelong Chicagoan, with a wife and two daughters plus two dogs. Enjoy! - Connect with Robert: Website: https://www.rightleader.com/book/ Order Chantel's Book, One Meal And A Tasting: https://chantelrayway.com/onemeal/ Join CanZell HERE: https://joincanzell.com/ Check out the CanZell Cloud HERE: https://canzellcloud.com/ Claim Your Free Ticket For The Grow And Scale Now Summit! https://growandscalenow.com/ Chantel: https://www.instagram.com/thechantelray/ For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email email@example.com and you might even be in an episode!
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We've all had terrible managers. Hopefully, most of us have had some great ones, too. On this T-Rex Radio, we'll ask people about the qualities that motivated their best managers, and the faults that made their worst managers turn their jobs intolerable. Guests include Mike Evans, founder of Grubhub and Fixer. T-Rex Radio is a production of Turntide Technologies.
Présentation de l'invitée : Des couleurs vibrantes et oniriques, des personnages emprunts de mélancolie et des paysages denses dans lesquels on aimerait se perdre, chaque dessin de Beya Rebaï est une invitation au voyage et à la contemplation. Après avoir étudié l'illustration à Bruxelles, puis à Paris, Beya décide à quelques mois du diplôme de tout arrêter et de se lancer en tant qu'illustratrice. Une décision audacieuse, mais qui s'est avérée payante, lorsque l'on voit ses nombreuses collaborations avec The Guardian, le NY Times, les Échos ou encore Nike pour ne citer qu'eux. Dans cet épisode en partenariat avec Squarespace, Beya revient sur tout son parcours, ce qu'elle retient de ses études à Bruxelles puis à Paris, ses débuts dans l'illustration de presse, son amour pour le mouvement Nabis et les pastels à la cire, ses collaborations, comment trouver sa patte sans pour autant s'y enfermer ou encore la nécessité d'allier business et créativité pour réussir. « Dans les milieux artistiques, on a besoin de moment de blanc : c'est dans l'ennui et dans la contemplation que viennent les idées. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Beya se présente Ses études d'illustration à Bruxelles puis à Paris Ce qu'elle retient de ses études Pourquoi elle a décidé d'arrêter ses études Ses influences Trouver sa patte et son médium Ses premiers projets et collaborations Rentrer en agence Gérer ses revenus en tant que free-lance Sa collaboration avec Caran d'Ache Savoir s'arrêter pour retrouver le goût du dessin Comment elle structure ses journées de travail Ses projets futurs Comment elle gère ses réseaux sociaux Qui elle souhaiterait entendre dans ce podcast Comment fixer ses prix et ne pas se vendre au rabais « Dès toute petite, mes parents me lâchaient dans le musée : ils avaient prévu un carnet et des crayons et je devais choisir un tableau du musée à dessiner. » « Dans le dessin de presse, tu complètes les mots par l'image: tu ne dois pas venir répéter ce que dit le texte, mais apporter quelque chose en plus, une vision personnelle du sujet. » « Une école ne va pas forcément t'apprendre le métier, mais elle va te permettre d'expérimenter beaucoup de choses et de trouver ta voie. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com. Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode. Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références : Beya Rebaï : https://www.beyarebai.com/ Son compte Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/beya_rebai/ EPSAA : https://epsaa.fr/ateliers-preparatoires ESA Saint-Luc Bruxelles : http://www.stluc-bruxelles-esa.be/ École de Condé : https://ecoles-conde.com/formation/illustration-animation/ Ateliers du Carrousel : https://madparis.fr/ateliers-du-carrousel Klin d'oeil : https://www.klindoeil.com/ Andrea Serio : https://www.instagram.com/andreaserio73/?hl=fr Lorenzo Mattotti : https://www.instagram.com/lorenzomattotti/?hl=fr Beya Rebaï x Caran d'Ache : https://www.carandache.com/ch/fr/beya-rebai-x-caran-d-ache La Slow Galerie : https://www.slowgalerie.com/fr/ Jean-Philippe Delhomme : https://www.instagram.com/jeanphilippedelhomme/?hl=fr JSR agency : https://www.jsragency.com/ La Slow : https://www.laslow.fr/ L'obstacle est le chemin - Ryan Holiday : https://www.babelio.com/livres/Holiday-Lobstacle-est-le-chemin/1120727 Alexandre Benjamin Navet : http://alexandrebenjaminnavet.com/ David Hockney : https://www.hockney.com/home
Motos and Friends from Ultimate Motorcycling magazine
This week, Associate Editor Gary Ilminen gleefully ventured forth from his snow-swamped home in Wisconsin to Austin, Texas, where he had the opportunity to take the all-new Indian Sport Chief for a long ride. The new Sport Chief is a slimmer, cruiser, and as its name implies, it has a definite sporting side to it. =============== Have you looked at the 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa yet? One of the most iconic sportbikes ever, it's faster and the most technologically advanced Hayabusa ever. Check it out in person at your local Suzuki dealer now, or visit suzukicycles.com to learn more. =============== In our second segment, Associate Editor Teejay Adams chats with Steve Sims. He's a well known motivational speaker, coach, and author of 'Go for Stupid; The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals'. Steve is best known as the ‘sky's the limit' fixer who provided elite concierge services to the world's wealthiest and most influential people. He laughingly describes those 25 years as “spending billionaires' money to give them more interesting cocktail hour stories”. He's a serious motorcycle rider who has a fascinating set of stories to tell. So sit back, and prepare to be entertained! For more info on Steve: SteveDSims.com Instagram & YouTube: @stevedsims We love your feedback! Please send us your comments and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org and if you like Motos & Friends, hit the Subscribe button! Interested in reaching our enthusiastic listeners? To become a sponsor or advertise with Motos & Friends please email us at email@example.com .
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The Stormy Daniels Donald Trump case involves a porn star, hush money, a one-time Trump Legal Fixer, and allegations of Campaign Finance Violations. It began in 2006 at a Golf Tournament in Lake Tahoe and may end in a criminal court in New York City. It's up to a Manhattan Grand Jury that is hearing testimony today from that former Fixer, Michael Cohen. More on this story on my website, gloriamoraga.com. I've posted a story that includes links to sources and additional facts. Please subscribe and share my podcast.
Fixer-uppers can be transformed into fantastic places to live. They can also get expensive. In addition to your mortgage loan, you will often need to pay for repairs out of pocket or get a short-term, high-interest loan. What if you could combine your home purchase and the cost of renovations in a single loan? With an FHA 203(k) rehab loan, you can! FHA 203(k) loans (also known as renovation mortgage loans) let you purchase or refinance a home by combining the mortgage and repairs into a single loan with one monthly mortgage payment. This post will explain how FHA 203(k) rehab loans work, their requirements, and the pros and cons of getting one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“House Party” is the official Realtor.com® podcast about the overlapping worlds of home and pop culture, hosted by Rachel Stults and Natalie Way. Click the player above to hear our take on this week's hot topics. We're all in on season four of "Rock the Block," the home renovation competition that pits teams of HGTV stars against one another to build a house from scratch and add as much value to the property as possible. This time around, the showdown takes place in the idyllic mountain town of Berthoud, CO, and the designers are tasked with overhauling 5,000-square-foot mansions using a budget of $250,000. It's "Rock the Block": luxury edition, and we couldn't be more excited to recap the season and watch the drama unfold. This week is technically kitchens week, but the designers are also tasked with renovating the dining room, pantry, and mudroom. On top of that, host Ty Pennington sends the HGTV stars on a hot air balloon design challenge that takes the competition to new heights. Jenny and Dave Marrs, stars of "Fixer to Fabulous," are brought in to judge the final designs and choose a winning team based on their decision to build not one but two kitchens. Which design duo comes out on top? We discuss it all on this week's episode of "House Party." Watch "Rock the Block" on HGTV or Discovery+ Be sure to subscribe to “House Party” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts so you have access to new episodes right when they publish. And please: Throw us a five-star rating if you like what you hear. The more good ratings and reviews we have, the easier it is for people to find us. Want to chime in? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or tweet us @housepartypod on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A fixer is someone who can have many purposes, from deciding the fate of a sports game, to assisting in journalism. A fixer can also be called a “cleaner”. Learn more with narrators Rachel Teichman, LMSW and Victor Varnado, KSN! Produced and hosted by Victor Varnado & Rachel Teichman Full Wikipedia article here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fixer_(person) WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT ON PATREON!https://www.patreon.com/wikilistenpodcast Find us on social media! https://www.facebook.com/WikiListen Instagram @WikiListen Twitter @Wiki_Listen Get bonus content on Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Take Talk 45, Brett Whitefield (@BGWhitefield) and Chris Wecht (@ChrisWechtFF) attempt to "fix" the NFC East with some suggested moves for each of the team in the division. Interested in playing Best Ball in 2023? There's no better place than Underdog Fantasy. Use our code FANTASYPTS to sign up for a new account at Underdog and not only will you get a 100% deposit match up to $100... but you'll get a Fantasy Points Standard subscription for only $5! https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-fantasy-points --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fantasy-points-podcast/support
Discover Your Leadership Style There are thousands of books when it comes to leadership. Most of the speak about specific attributes of leaders and leadership. There are many assessments you can take in regard to personality and how it relates to leadership. But thing that the literature particularly avoids is "leadership style". When I ask you about your leadership style, what the first thing that comes to mind? Is it dictator, hands off, collaborative, something else. In this episode of A New Direction we dive into leadership style. And when it comes to leadership style Robert Jordan and Olivia Wagner have conducted research with thousands of leaders to help define for leadership styles that we have a preference toward. Perhaps you have a leadership style of being a "Fixer". Or maybe you have a leadership style of being an "Artist". Maybe a "Builder" or a "Strategist". The fact is we all have a preference towards a leadership style, but we may not recognize it. In this episode Robert Jordan, helps you to narrow down what your leadership style is and what organizations you best fit in, and when it is time to perhaps get out. Right Leader, Right Time: Discover Your Leadership Style for a Winning Career and Company Robert Jordan & Olivia Wagner's book Right Leader, Right Time: Discover Your Leadership Style for a Winning Career and Company is incredibly insightful. In fact, from this readers perspective it was the first time I felt that someone understood my leadership style and that I was not being crazy or weird. The book is an eye opener for those who wonder why they may jump from leadership postition to leadership position. It can give you some closer as to why you get an andrenaline rush over some things in the organization and other times you want to poke your eye with a fork. The book is well written and uses real world examples with leaders and companies you know. If you want to know what kind of leader you are and when you should or should not get involved, get a copy of Right Leader, Right Now. If you would like to take the FREE leadership style assessment just click on over to www.rightleader.com A New Direction is so grateful to our sponsors, please find their Facebook pages and Instagram Profiles and LIKE and FOLLOW them. Thank you to our sponsors! Epic Physical Therapy. Whether you just wan to move and feel better, have been injured, or you are a professional athlete or anywhere in between Epic Physical Therapy offers the latest in cutting edge equipment and the certified staff with the latest therapeutic techniques to help get your body and you back to where you want to be. Don't waste another day, get EPIC Relief, EPIC Recovery, Get EPIC Results, Get EPIC Physical Therapy! Go to www.EPICpt.com Linda Craft Team, Realtors they not only sponsor A New Direction, but they are the "Life Transition Experts". When it comes to selling or buying a home there is always a life transition associated with that move. And for more than 38 years Linda Craft Team Realtors have been taking the stress and obstacles out of the transition process. Linda built her business in 1985 one relationship at a time, and her team and her continue to do the same things she did more than 38 years ago and provide personalized legendary customer service. They can help you regardless of where you live. Check them out by going to www.LindaCraft.com Did you know A New Direction is available on nearly every podcast platform and available on DBTV that is watched by more than 250 million homes worldwide. If you would like to join us being a sponsor please contact Jay Izso at email@example.com
Meet Kirk Larkin, His mission is to help people suffering from substance use disorder. He is able to do this with a decade of experience working directly with families to help loved ones find the treatment centers that work best for them. We discuss the many topics that are very concerning in the field of Drug and alcohol treatment, especially "Body Brokering". We also chat about having a service that examines the quality of treatment centers that isn't a marketing ploy and how this can be achieved. Check out the insightful conversation topics below, Intro to Kirk Larkin.2:13 Kirk's background as an alcoholic.8:00 The importance of clear and concise statements16:41 Spirituality as a catch-all phrase.22:19 The power of the personal experience of recovery.29:27 Referral systems for treatment. (Google Game)36:08 What is body brokering?42:48 How do you comfort a family in the midst of addiction?49:50 Catering to the demands.Support the show Stop by our Apple Podcast and drop a Review! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/allbetter/id1592297425?see-all=reviewsSupport The Showhttps://www.patreon.com/allbetter
Confessions of a Male Gynecologist
“Instead of looking at each person's bio-individuality, we're all treated with one protocol.” When we slap a band-aid solution like the pill on PCOS, irregular periods, acne, and PMS, the women behind the symptoms are left disempowered and without a real solution. That's what today's guest, Nicole Jardim, is passionate about changing. Through her work as a Certified Women's Health Coach, educator, author, and more, Nicole has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of people worldwide by addressing the root cause of what's going on in their bodies and minds rather than just treating their symptoms. In this episode, Nicole and I talk about the glaring issues in how the medical system has treated women, how we can shift the stigma and shame around periods, her passion for educating women about their bodies, the rift between the traditional medical community and health coaches, and more. Nicole is a wealth of information, and I highly recommend checking out her book, Fix Your Period, and connecting with her on Instagram. She's a lovely person, and I know you'll love this episode. About Nicole Jardim Nicole is a Certified Women's Health Coach, writer, speaker, mentor, and the creator of Fix Your Period, a series of programs that empower women and menstruators to reclaim their hormone health using a method that combines evidence-based information with simplicity and sass. Her work has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of people around the world, and as a result, she's earned the nicknames “Period Girl” and “Professional Period Fixer”. She recently released the book Fix Your Period: 6 Weeks to Banish Bloating, Conquer Cramps, Manage Moodiness, and Ignite Lasting Hormone Balance. Highlights Nicole's health journey and how it led to her becoming the Period Fixer How Nicole developed a passion for helping women and connecting with other practitioners Why it's so difficult for women to get adequate education and support for their health Nicole's inspiration for writing Fix Your Period and what you'll learn Women are constantly being dismissed by the doctor-archy The biggest issue with automatically prescribing the pill The most common misconception women have about their bodies and cycles Doctors aren't incentivized to spend time getting to the root cause of your issues The massive rift between traditional medical doctors and health coaches Nicole's mission for empowering women's health practitioners Connect with Nicole Jardim NicoleJardim.com https://nicolejardim.com/ Book | Fix Your Period https://www.fixyourperiod.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nicolemjardim/ Resources Dr. Shawn Tassone's Practice https://www.drshawntassone.com/ Dr. Shawn Tassone's Book | The Hormone Balance Bible https://tassonemd.com/hormone-balance-bible/ Dr. Shawn Tassone's Integrative Hormonal Mapping System | Hormone Archetype Quiz https://tassonemd.lpages.co/hormonearchetypequiz/ Disclaimer This podcast and website represent the opinions of Dr. Shawn Tassone and his guests. The content here should not be taken as medical advice and is for informational purposes only. Because each person is so unique, please consult your health care professional for any medical questions.
Sometimes we don't know what to say when our loved ones are distressed. Especially if we're struggling with our own feelings of overwhelm and frustration. However, knowing what to say when we don't know what to say IS possible, and I want to teach you the framework I use with my own loved ones so you have more connection and influence in your relationships. When our loved ones are hurting or distressed, we tend to take on one of two roles: the Fixer or the Trust Builder. Most of us on default go into Fixer mode too soon, before our loved ones are ready. When we do this, we run into problems, such as shutdown, stalemates, not being listened to, and disconnection. Instead of not being listened to, I'm showing you how to get super grounded in your energy and know what to say so you can develop trust with your loved ones: they will WANT to listen to you when they have problems that need to be solved. The framework I'm teaching is called Emotion Coaching, developed by Dr.(s) John and Julie Gottman of the Gottman Institute. Once you implement Emotion Coaching into your life, you will know how to handle any BIG emotions your loved ones have. Imagine how powerful that will be in your family legacy! Many of us were never taught this. This episode will change everything in terms of your confidence to handle anything your loved ones are facing that may seem overwhelming. Learn how to be a Trust Builder of goodness for your loved ones so they feel empowered to solve their problems with you as their guide.
This week Jim welcomes Bradley Tusk back to the show for another exciting conversation! Bradley Tusk is a venture capitalist, political strategist and writer. Bradley is the Founder and CEO of Tusk Holdings, which includes Tusk Ventures, Tusk Strategies, Kronos Archives, Ivory Gaming and Tusk Montgomery Philanthropies. Tusk Ventures is the world's first venture capital fund to work with and invest solely in high growth startups facing political and regulatory challenges. Previously, Bradley served as campaign manager for Mike Bloomberg, as Deputy Governor of Illinois and as Communications Director for Senator Charles Schumer. Tusk Montgomery Philanthropies, Bradley's family foundation, funds and runs campaigns in states across the U.S. to increase funding for anti-hunger programs like school breakfast and food stamp enrollment. They are also working to create mobile voting so people can vote in elections on their phones. Bradley writes a regular column for The Observer, hosts a podcast called Firewall, and has a book - The Fixer - about his adventures in protecting disruptors from the bad guys. Bradley is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where he received his BA and has a JD from the University of Chicago Law School. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children. Click here to purchase Bradley's book - The Fixer Help us grow! Leave us a rating and review - it's the best way to bring new listeners to the show. Don't forget to subscribe! Follow The Political Life on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter for weekly updates.
We would like to introduce Ashly Leavitt who is now leading both Women's and Men's Marriage Repair Workshop. Ashly has been part of Life Changing Services for years. She began as a participant in the WORTH program and WORTH-Divorce program. Ashly co-mentored a mentor-led group for WORTH and worked as a betrayal trauma life coach for 18 months before being brought on as a therapist-intern leading betrayal trauma support groups for WORTH. She will complete her degree and be a CMHCA in upcoming months. Ashly has a unique understanding of the application of these principles and the power they hold in life and in marriage because of her experience with divorce. She has a passion for helping individuals and marriages heal. To learn more about this topic and others please click on the link below: https://lifechangingservices.online/marriage-repair/
Dans cet épisode du Book Club enregistré en direct au festival Longueur d'ondes à Brest, Agathe Le Taillandier rencontre Blandine Rinkel. Autrice, journaliste, danseuse et musicienne pour le groupe Catastrophe, son dernier roman “Vers la violence” est paru aux éditions Fayard en septembre. Elle nous fait découvrir “Les Vagues” de Virginia Woolf, un roman qu'elle a lu avec une amie à l'adolescence et qui l'a bouleversée, lui donnant l'envie d'écrire.Le Book Club est un podcast présenté par Agathe Le Taillandier. Blandine Rinkel répond à ses questions. Louise Hemmerlé est à l'édition et à la coordination du Book Club, accompagnée d'Elsa Berthault. Mélody Wattez a réalisé le montage et Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet le mixage de cet épisode. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
With nearly two decades of experience in brand strategy, Talia Boone is no stranger to marketing and brand collaboration. From pioneering a creative marketing agency to starting a fresh-cut flower business, Boone is a prime example of what it takes to creatively execute an idea. Boone discusses how branding, creativity, and social change were a catalyst to start Inter:Sect, an agency focused on brand amplification and social issues. By implementing multimedia strategies and social impact initiatives, Inter:Sect gives consumers and partners a platform to showcase their brands. It was during the pandemic when Boone was stressed that she turned to flower arranging for peace of mind. In doing so, she found an unexpected business niche in the flower market. The idea of Postal Petals blossomed after Boone discovered that farmers needed a better way to sell their products. Now, Boone and her team provide consumers direct access to farm-fresh, high-quality flowers — delivered right to their doorstep. Listen to Boone discuss her passion for social change and representation, as well as her pivot to entrepreneurship, on this episode of SheVentures. 1:17 Boone describes her activism awakening. 4:50 Boone discusses her creative marketing agency, Inter:Sect. 10:37 How have brands encapsulated the Black Lives Matter movement? 15:40 How to keep corporations and consumers accountable regarding representation 21:00 Boone shares her experiences as a woman of color in corporate America. 25:18 How did Boone start a business during the pandemic? 35:34 What can customers expect from Postal Petals? 37:37 Boone explores the most difficult and rewarding parts of starting a business. 43:17 Boone shares tips for women of color who want to start a business. 46:16 Where to find Postal Petals on social media
What do Kris and Tara talk about off-mic? Vegetables! On-mic, they continue to discuss vegetables, sports, Japanese shows with no angst and tons of food, as well as taking the temperature of the latest season of Drag Race (tepid so far?). With that out of the way, the two dive into THAT EPISODE of THAT SHOW (The Last of Us) and Lee Winter's impossible task of rehabilitating one of her worst villains. Official Recommendations From Kris: The Last of Us Kris comes to us from the post-apocalypse, bearing strawberries of content! The Last of Us (HBO Max) is an adaptation of the PlayStation video game and it currently has a Game of Thrones-like grip on media right now. It's the story of a fungal infection that destroys the world and a hardened man tasked with transporting the only living person to resist the infection across America. And that living person? She's a mouthy 14 year old queer girl. From Tara: The Villains Series by Lee Winter (The Fixer and Chaos Agent) Lee Winter never meant to explore the love life and redemption of her villain from The Red Files, but Tara's grateful she did. In this duology (The Fixer and Chaos Agent), Winter asks tangled, thorny, interesting questions about redemption and accountability, while delivering a delicious slow burn romance. Tara loved it. Works/People Discussed Jeopardy! History of the World: Part II (Hulu) Dear Edward (Apple TV+) RuPaul's Drag Race Season 15 (MTV) The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House (Netflix) Support & follow the show Buy us a Ko-fi Sign up for our newsletter Twitter: @queerlyrec Facebook: @QueerlyRecommended Instagram: @queerlyrecommended Tumblr: @queerlyrecommended TikTok: @queerlyrecommended Get all our links on Linktr.ee
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With Tim Hyde, a Fixer, leading Keap Certified Partner, business growth strategist, and an authority in sales and marketing automation for small businesses in Australia. Tim co-founded one of Australia's first social media sites in 1999 pre-dating Facebook by 5 years, and spent much of the 00's educating people on how to get the most out of the emerging digital marketing landscape. He has since moved on to help businesses convert more of the attention they create from their marketing efforts and since 2014. He has worked with more than 1000 business owners in 37 countries to help them optimize their sales and marketing strategy with a particular focus on CRM, sales lifecycle and marketing automation. Tim brings your Digital Marketing to the next level. He also founded Win More Clients to help coaches, consultants and business owners create a leveraged, fast track to business growth. He provides business leaders with the advice, support, and tools needed to achieve more time, money, and freedom. In this engaging episode, Tim shares some secrets and tips on sales and marketing that would lead your business to a success, considering a major portion of your business focuses on this area. He also shares how social media platforms shift the way we interact with people and our business. You will hear about Tim's journey to how he shifted from using Yellow Pages as his way of advertisement to online marketing, how our focus on advertising channels differ from before to now. And you do not want to miss his thoughts on building relationships as the main core of marketing. To listen to our podcast and access the show notes, visit us at legalwebsitewarrior.com/podcast
Mike Evans founded GrubHub in his spare bedroom and grew it into a multibillion-dollar online food delivery business. He led the company through five financing rounds, a couple of acquisitions, a merger, and ultimately, an IPO. Mike exited GrubHub after its IPO and founded Fixer, a Chicago-based on-demand handyman service. He is also the author of Hangry: A Startup Journey. In this episode of the Smart Business Revolution Podcast, co-hosts John Corcoran and Roger Hurni interview Mike Evans, the Founder of Fixer and GrubHub, about how he started his companies. They also discuss shifts in consumer behavior, how to manage a company's changing culture, and tips for handling competition.
MBIT: Venture Capital | Entrepreneurship | Technology
I am your host Shamus Madan, and today we are joined by Mike Evans, who is the founder of GrubHub. On the show, Mike walks us through his journey founding GrubHub from a website to a multi-billion dollar software platform. How did he do it? It all starts with a pizza. More recently, after Grubhub, Mike needed his gutter fixed, but he couldn't get anybody to take on the job, so he started his new company, Fixer, which provides handyman services for an array of home repair jobs with the click of a button. Purchase the Book Hangry Here: https://amzn.to/3X2jPYsLearn More About Mike Evans: https://mikeevans.com/Learn More About Fixer: https://fixer.com/Twitter of Host (Shamus Madan): @mbitpodcastTwitter of Guest (Mike Evans): @m_evans
Sportsnet's Eric Francis joins Matt Marchese to chat about the story of the Flames' season so far, the ebbs and flows of being an NHL goalie, Dylan Dube making the most of his opportunities, and how to get the most out of Jonathan Huberdeau and Andrew Mangiapane. Next up, NHL Network Radio's Scott Laughlin takes a look around the league to discuss his biggest surprises this season, the value of team pedigree, what's up with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Roman Josi's milestone, and the trials and tribulations of the NHL draft (17:45). We wrap up with The Athletic's Peter Baugh, who comments on Colorado's recent hot streak, Mikko Rantanen's role as "The Fixer", the impact of Jared Bednar, Cale Makar's "down year", and more (42:45)! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.