Notas. Inglés y Español ⬇️November 25: Forming the faith of the new generation.Psalms 78:1-17:Give ear, O my people, to my law; incline your ears to the words of my mouth. I will open my mouth in a parable; I will utter dark sayings of old, which we have heard and known, and our fathers have told us. We will not hide them from their children, telling to the generation to come the praises of the Lord, and His strength and His wonderful works that He has done. For He established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, which He commanded our fathers, that they should make them known to their children; that the generation to come might know them, the children who would be born, that they may arise and declare them to their children, that they may set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep His commandments; and may not be like their fathers, a stubborn and rebellious generation, a generation that did not set its heart aright, and whose spirit was not faithful to God. The children of Ephraim, being armed and carrying bows, turned back in the day of battle. They did not keep the covenant of God; they refused to walk in His law, and forgot His works and His wonders that He had shown them. Marvelous things He did in the sight of their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the field of Zoan. He divided the sea and caused them to pass through; and He made the waters stand up like a heap. In the daytime also He led them with the cloud, and all the night with a light of fire. He split the rocks in the wilderness, and gave them drink in abundance like the depths. He also brought streams out of the rock, and caused waters to run down like rivers. But they sinned even more against Him by rebelling against the Most High in the wilderness. This psalm is a retelling of the history of Israel from the time they left Egypt until the reign of David. It is a very interesting summary and I encourage you to read the chapter completely. It is a psalm written as a reflection and warning for adults, parents or those who are in charge of children and young people. One of the best teachers for human beings is history. Learning from the past and not repeating the same mistakes is a practical way to be able to illustrate with examples to the new generation as established by God in the law. Not only so that they would learn to be true followers and worshipers of the Lord, following God with all their heart, but also so that they would not forget the Lord and commit the same sins as their ancestors. This is a great lesson for everyone. We like to tell our children about our achievements, goals achieved, feats of grandparents, renowned positions achieved by a member of the family, etc. but we avoid telling the mistakes that we also made in the past or any member of the family. Perhaps out of embarrassment or for not continuing to remember the pain caused by that loved one who made a mistake. Although it is painful, we must think about what things or how we must also tell those mistakes. Let's tell the good, the bad and the ugly. That our children learn from our bad decisions or consequences that we have committed in our lives so that they don't repeat history. Let them know that we are human beings who made mistakes, that we faced painful consequences and that we learned from them. This exercise can be done according to their ages and without necessarily going to specific details, but focusing on the moral and spiritual lesson.Usually the enemy will seek to bring down the next generation of the family with the same traps. Israel continually fell into idolatry. They carried idols from Egypt, when they went out and walked through the desert, and even when they arrived in the promised land, they worshiped the new idols of the land where God was going to bless them. They followed the idols of Egypt and Canaan. They tempted the Lord many times with their unbelief. Why? Because they did not set in their hearts the desire to be faithful to the Lord! They had no intention of persevering! Only when they needed God to rescue them and bless them with food, there they looked for Him, but in abundance they did not honor Him. That is why God rejected Israel and chose Judah as the land of blessing. When David reigned, he did so with justice, compassion, wisdom, leading the people into the presence of God. Gather your family, establish moral principles and rules based on the Word of God, form a new circle of intimacy with each other and with God. Also, tell them how difficult it was when they did not follow God's advice and explain the process of restoration when someone makes a mistake, and the process of destruction and damnation when someone voluntarily and rebelliously renounces the faith. Consider this:When you listen to someone's testimony, are you attentive to learn from the result of their actions? I am your friend Eduardo Rodriguez. May the Lord hear your prayer and give you wisdom to guide your home.≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈Noviembre 25: Formando la fe de la nueva generación.Salmos 78:1-17 RVA2015:Escucha, oh pueblo mío, mi ley; inclinen ustedes su oído a las palabras de mi boca. Abriré mi boca en parábolas; evocaré las cosas escondidas del pasado, las cuales hemos oído y entendido, porque nos las contaron nuestros padres. No las encubriremos a sus hijos. A la generación venidera contaremos las alabanzas del SEÑOR, y de su poder y de las maravillas que hizo. Él estableció su testimonio en Jacob y puso la ley en Israel. Mandó a nuestros padres que lo hicieran conocer a sus hijos para que lo supiera la generación venidera y sus hijos que nacieran, para que los que surgieran lo contaran a sus hijos, para que pusieran en Dios su confianza y no se olvidaran de las obras de Dios, a fin de que guardaran sus mandamientos; para que no fuesen como sus padres: una generación porfiada y rebelde, una generación que no dispuso su corazón, ni su espíritu fue fiel para con Dios. Los hijos de Efraín, armados con excelentes arcos, volvieron las espaldas en el día de la batalla. No guardaron el pacto de Dios y rehusaron andar en su ley. Más bien, se olvidaron de sus obras; de las maravillas que les había mostrado. Delante de sus padres Dios hizo maravillas en la tierra de Egipto, en los campos de Tanis. Dividió el mar y los hizo pasar; hizo que las aguas se detuvieran como en un dique. De día los condujo con una nube; toda la noche con resplandor de fuego. Partió las peñas en el desierto y les dio a beber del gran abismo. Sacó corrientes de la peña e hizo descender aguas como ríos. A pesar de esto, volvieron a pecar contra él; se rebelaron contra el Altísimo en el desierto.Este salmo es un recuento de la historia de Israel desde que salieron de Egipto hasta el reinado de David. Es un resumen muy interesante y te animo para que leas completamente el capítulo. Es un salmo escrito como reflexión y advertencia para los adultos, los padres o los que están a cargo de niños y jóvenes. Uno de los mejores maestros para el ser humano es la historia. Aprender del pasado y no repetir sus mismos errores es una forma práctica para poder ilustrar con ejemplos a la nueva generación asi como lo estableció Dios en la ley. No solo para que aprendieran a ser verdaderos seguidores y adoradores del Señor, siguiendo a Dios con todo su corazón, sino también para que no se olvidaran del Señor y cometieran los mismos pecados de sus antepasados. Esta es una gran lección para todos. Nos gusta contarle a nuestros hijos nuestros logros, metas alcanzadas, hazañas de los abuelos, posiciones de renombre alcanzados por algún miembro de la familia, etc. pero evitamos contar los errores que también cometimos en el pasado o algún miembro de la familia. Tal vez por vergüenza o por no continuar recordando el dolor que produjo ese ser querido que se equivocó. Aunque es doloroso debemos pensar qué cosas o cómo debemos contar también esos errores. Contemos lo bueno, lo malo y lo feo. Que nuestros hijos aprendan de nuestras malas decisiones o consecuencias que hemos cometido en nuestras vidas para que ellos no repitan la historia. Que sepan que somos seres humanos que nos equivocamos, que enfrentamos las consecuencias dolorosas y que aprendimos de ellas. Este ejercicio se puede hacer de acuerdo a sus edades y sin ir necesariamente a detalles específicos, pero sí en enfocarse en la lección moral y espiritual.Usualmente el enemigo va a buscar hacer caer a la siguiente generación de la familia con las mismas trampas. Israel caía continuamente en la idolatría. Cargaban con ídolos desde Egipto, cuando salieron y caminaron por el desierto, y aun cuando llegaron a la tierra prometida, adoraban los nuevos ídolos de la tierra a donde Dios los iba a bendecir. Siguieron los ídolos de Egipto y Canaán. Tentaron al Señor muchas veces con su incredulidad. ¿Por qué? ¡Porque no propusieron en su corazón el anhelo de ser fieles al Señor! ¡No tenían intención de ser perseverantes! Solo cuando necesitaban que Dios los rescatara y los bendijera con alimentos, ahí si lo buscaban, pero en la abundancia no lo honraban. Por eso Dios desechó a Israel y escogió a Judá como tierra de bendición. Cuando David reinó, lo hizo con justicia, compasión, sabiduría, guiando al pueblo hacia la presencia de Dios. Reúne a tu familia, establece principios y reglas morales basadas en la Palabra de Dios, formen un nuevo círculo de intimidad entre ustedes y con Dios. También, cuéntales lo difícil que fue cuando no siguieron el consejo de Dios y expliquen el proceso de restauración cuando alguien se equivoca, y el proceso de destrucción y maldición cuando alguien renuncia voluntariamente y con rebeldía a la fe. Considera:Cuando escuchas el testimonio de alguien, ¿estás atento para aprender del resultado de sus acciones? Soy tu amigo Eduardo Rodriguez. Que el Señor escuche tu oración y te dé sabiduría para guiar tu hogar.#HogaresDePacto #KingdomChurch #IglesiaElReino
In This Episode You Will Learn About: Advancing women and their development for generations to come Believing in yourself and your success Building professional relationships to excel your career Forming new skills for yourself Resources:Website: www.luminary-nyc.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call: (646) 876 - 8680 LinkedIn: @Cate Luzio & @Luminary Instagram: @bealuminary & @cateluzioFacebook & Twitter: @BeALuminary Overcome Your Villains is Available NOW! Order here: https://overcomeyourvillains.com If you haven't yet, get my first book Confidence CreatorShow Notes: Running and growing a business can be scary but you have to remember you are NOT alone. Everyday can feel like an emotional rollercoaster, but with some perspective you can remember what you are fighting for! If you can put yourself in the shoes of someone who is more disadvantaged than yourself, you'll realize how much you have to be thankful for! About The Guest: Today's guest, Cate Luzio is a former banking executive and the founder and CEO of Luminary, a global membership-based career and personal growth platform and collaboration hub, created to uplift and upskill women through all phases of their professional journey. Cate was recognized as one of Forbes' Next 1000 Entrepreneurs in 2021 and a Top 100 Female Founder by Inc. in 2019 and 2021. A long-time advocate for empowering women and girls, she serves on the National Board for Girls Inc., as a WE.NYC mentor, and sits on the Boards of Pomp & Whimsy and WaterAid. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thanks for joining Francie on this episode of Heaven in Your Home. We hope you'll be inspired by this episode, and feel led to share it with someone you know would be ministered by Francie's message. To join the Discipleship Circle, click here To receive Francie's newsletter, click here In today's episode, Francie discusses gratitude. Gratitude shifts the attitude of our home. When you practice gratitude, be grateful for the things that are touching your heart. Let gratitude be a practice of intentionality. True gratitude leads to deeper relational connection, which fosters deeper intimacy. Francie mentions: Forming: Change By Grace David Takle Connect with Francie: Website Instagram Facebook group Please share Heaven In Your Home with your friends!
Today on BRING IT IN, TrueHoop’s David Thorpe and Jarod Hector discuss:GMs are forming an association to protect themselves against lawsuits. Jarod thinks they’re the wrong people to protect. He says low wage employees of the NBA—potential whistleblowers—should form that kind of organization. How much do the Lakers need LeBron?Is Westbrook a lost cause in LA? David thinks he is creating a circus with his inconsistent play. David talks about Nikola Jokic, who is, in his opinion, the MVP.RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:MONDAY November 15, 2021 Henry asked David, “Who are the current NBA players who have at least a one percent chance of ever being NBA MVP, ever?”FRIDAY November 12, 2021 David Thorpe question the 76ers’ position in the Ben Simmons’ mental health drama.MONDAY November 8, 2021 Did the Celtics’ defense do anything wrong to allow Luka’s crazy game-winner?FRIDAY November 5, 2021 David Thorpe and Jarod Hector talk early season trends.MONDAY November 1, 2021 3 point shooting is down, fouls are being called very differently, and passing isn’t cool anymore? This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe
There is definitely a podcast to be made about the political opinions expressed in many a TV Doctor Who adventure... but this isn't it. This is, instead, a look at many of those people who have sojourned in the Whonioverse who have dedicated at least some of their lives to politics. Forming parties, standing for parliament, serving on a district council - there are undercover government agents and wannabes in such stories as Carnival of Monsters, Time-Flight and Planet of the Spiders. There are liberals, UKIPpers, Labour and Tory, and even a genuine and unrepentant fascist among the cast and crew lists of Doctor Who. So here is a - not claiming to be exhaustive and definitely quite scattergun - guide to the characters, their policies and sometimes their very, very unconventional views. Hopefully it'll get your vote.
New Testament scholar Scot McKnight and his daughter Laura Barringer join the Tent to discuss their book A Church Called Tov. Though it initially focuses on toxic church environments, abusive church leaders, and the people who enable them, the book is primarily a call for our communities to be transformed into families devoted to goodness as we seek—to use McKnight's word—Christoformity together. There is no quick fix to developing a "goodness culture" as Barringer and McKnight recommend. Instead, they offer an invitation to a conversation—many conversations—between church leaders and every Christ follower about how we can begin to make those "one inch a week" changes to our personal relationships and overall leadership cultures.You can find out more about A Church Called Tov, including group study guides and numerous other resources at their website. Scot McKnight's newsletter can be found here, his Jesus Creed blog can be found here, and you can find a way to go study with him at Northern seminary by looking into their website. Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.
How are companies responding to UAS threats worldwide? Lucas Le Bell is CEO and Co-Founder of Cerbair, a counter company protects sensitive sites and events from dangerous drone activity. Michael Monnik is a cyber security consultant and founder of DroneSec a drone-security service that provides organizations with life-saving alerts and data on drone threats to their assets. Drone Sec and Cerbair have signed a partnership through which CERBAIR will provide its customers with weekly information in French, English, and Arabic on developing threats identified by DroneSec. The DroneSec team comprises analysts including former hackers, military drone pilots and fighter pilots; the company audits, trains and informs its clients on the risks posed by drones to sensitive infrastructure. The partnership also benefits from ad hoc data sources from “Notify”, the UAV Threat Intelligence database of more than 3,000 incidents classified by severity. It is an example of how companies are working together to adapt to evolving drone threats worldwide In this edition of the drone radio show, Lucas and Mike talk about their respective companies, the nature of today's drone threats and their partnership to deliver an enhanced level of counter UAS threat intelligence.
Notes on rising international tension in Eastern Europe. A watering-hole campaign in Hong Kong. The US and the EU have joined the Paris Call. NSO Group's prospective CEO resigns his position before formally assuming it. Void Balaur, a cybermercenary group, is active in the Russophone cyber underground. Johannes Ullrich on leaked vaccination cards and Covid tests. Our guest is Carolyn Crandall of Attivo Networks on what organizations should be focused on to protect Active Directory. CISA intends to increase its capacity to work against misinformation and disinformation. CISA also intends to recruit white hat hackers to an advisory board. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/218
HIO Ep. 101 - Cannabis Packaging & Plastic Pollution: Forming A Sustainable Industry with James Eichner and Ron Basak-Smith of Sana Packaging In this episode, we'll be speaking with James Eichner and Ron Basak-Smith of Sana Packaging about shifting from a linear economy to a circular economy with plant-based and reclaimed ocean plastic for cannabis packaging. We'll also talk about convincing cannabis companies to transition to more sustainable practices, regulatory roadblocks in sustainability, and more. Without further ado, let's Hash It Out. ---- https://sanapackaging.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/sana-packaging/ https://www.facebook.com/sanapackaging/ https://twitter.com/sanapackaging https://www.instagram.com/sanapackaging/ ---- Hash it Out features conversations about trending cannabis topics. We also bring in industry insiders and influencers to discuss their point of view. To reach the show: email@example.com
Jaimie Kelton and Robin Hopkins meet up each year at the Pride Family Picnic with their wives and kids in tow. That's when then-pregnant Jaimie pitched Robin the idea to make a podcast about LGBTQ families. One baby and countless beautiful stories later, the popular and award-winning podcast If These Ovaries Could Talk was born. While shining a spotlight on all the different ways nontraditional families get made, Jaimie and Robin share their personal fertility journeys and their parenting adventures. Robin and Jaime are also the co-authors of the book "If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We've Learned about Making an LGBTQ Family." If ever there were two people you'd want to hang out with, it's Jaimie and Robin. You just can't help but love them. Listen to Robin and Jaimie as they discuss with Ellen and Jenn: • How these two amazing women met and became friends • Forming their separate families via IVF and IUI • Non-Traditional family planning, with or without a partner • Trying to normalize, uplift and bring a positive light to stories through their Podcast • LGBTQ proof of parentage across the US • Supporting access to information for donor conceived children • Resources they recommend Want to share your story or ask a question? Call and leave us a message on our hotline: 303-997-1903. Learn more about our podcast: https://iwanttoputababyinyou.com/ Learn more about our surrogacy agencies: https://www.brightfuturesfamilies.com/ Get your IWTPABIY merch here! https://iwanttoputababyinyou.com/merch Learn more about Ellen's law firm: http://trachmanlawcenter.com/ Learn more about Robin Hopkins & Jaimie Kelton and their Podcast here: www.ovariestalk.com Read their book If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We've Learned About Making An LGBTQ Family: https://www.amazon.com/If-These-Ovaries-Could-Talk-ebook/dp/B087ZRKVY6 The Every Body Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083TNS5LT/ref=dbs_p_ebk_dam #BrightFuturesFamilies #GrowingFamilies #Surrogacy #IntendedParents #IVF #OvariesTalk
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/tonyhorton440 Tony Horton (IG: @tonyshorton) is the wildly popular creator of the most successful fitness program in America, P90X. He is a world-class motivational speaker and the author of top-selling books Bring It!, Crush It! and The Big Picture. Tony's appeared on countless television programs as a fitness and lifestyle expert to promote healthy living through exercise and proper nutrition. In line with his new fitness concept, Power Nation, Tony's newest creation is his brand new supplement line, Power Life, aimed at supporting people's health through proper nutrition. In this episode, we discuss: Tony's early days as a kid being bullied with a speech impediment Forming friendships in high school that last a lifetime The weight lifting course in college that changed his life Diet is as critical as exercise Transitioning from a pescatarian to mostly vegan diet Stress is a trigger for Ramsay Hunt Syndrome Eating inflammatory foods leads to leaky gut What is bilateral vestibular hypofunction? The new program Power of Four integrates mindfulness and meditation Tony's vegan, his wife is paleo/keto... how they make it work in the kitchen Practicing the 5.5 breathing technique Yoga is perfect if you want to stay young and healthy Recovery phase options after intense exercise How Tony evolved his fitness routine over the years The glass is half full... your mindset matters Focus on living in the present moment A less stressful and more optimistic way to approach life The coaches & mentors that impacted Tony Personal development books help improve who you are Tales from a celebrity personal trainer The success of P90X Financial lessons Tony's learned along the way Married life with Shawna My purpose for getting healthy Workout at least 22 days per month Show sponsors: LMNT
Forming new habits and changing patterns are always difficult to achieve. Advice on how to change has spanned from going cold-turkey to replacing bad habits with healthier ones in small daily practices, but is there a better scientific approach to developing new behaviors?
Steve Richardson has been at it a long time; he walked through the minefield and came out thriving. This week, he's joining us on the World of Marketing to tell us how he managed to form a perfect practice and now coaches attorneys. Join us as Tom and Steve sit down to discuss how he does it and how you can do it too. Tune into this episode to learn about: - Steve's coaching and his advice - Getting Off The Hamster Wheel (Steve's new book!) - Getting in control of your time - Steve's SEO Strategy - Steve's advice for your website
In this episode, David & Jordan talk about... David's journey from being an Olympic swimmer to the corporate world and choosing a "new path"; What's possible when we create a vision for our lives; Forming a good relationship with our Limiting Beliefs and Ego to break though the patterns that keep us "stuck"; The power that we have in creating a life that we truly love; And more! About David Karasek David Karasek is a former Olympic swimmer for Switzerland. When his swimming career ended, David could not re-create the success that he had as a swimmer in the business world. Because he was so used to getting immediate and direct feedback from sports, he never fully developed a mechanism to cope with the more complex and indirect nature of the workforce. After several years of feeling powerless, David began to give up his need for control and thereby created the space for his intuition to emerge. He now helps professional athletes and their coaches stop overthinking and prepare the grounds for intense peak performance experiences. Connect with David Website: https://www.davidkarasek.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/david.karasek/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidkarasek/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidraphaelkarasek/
October 31, 2021 Pastor Kevin Kritzer Romans 3:10-28 10 as Scripture says, “Not one person has God's approval. 11 No one understands. No one searches for God. 12 Everyone has turned away. Together they have become rotten to the core. No one does anything good, not even one person. 13 Their throats are open graves. Their tongues practice deception. Their lips hide the venom of poisonous snakes. 14 Their mouths are full of curses and bitter resentment. 15 They run quickly to murder people. 16 There is ruin and suffering wherever they go. 17 They have not learned to live in peace. 18 They are not terrified of God.” 19 We know that whatever the Scriptures say applies to everyone under their influence, and no one can say a thing. The whole world is brought under the judgment of God. 20 Not one person can have God's approval by any effort to follow the laws in the Scriptures. These laws show what sin is. 21 Now, the way to receive God's approval has been made plain in a way other than the laws in the Scriptures. Moses' Teachings and the Prophets tell us this. 22 Everyone who believes has God's approval through faith in Jesus Christ. There is no difference between people. 23 Because all people have sinned, they have fallen short of God's glory. 24 They receive God's approval freely by an act of his kindness through the price Christ Jesus paid to set us free ⌞from sin⌟. 25 God showed that Christ is the throne of mercy where God's approval is given through faith in Christ's blood. In his patience God waited to deal with sins committed in the past. 26 He waited so that he could display his approval at the present time. This shows that he is a God of justice, a God who approves of people who believe in Jesus. 27 So, do we have anything to brag about? Bragging has been eliminated. On what basis was it eliminated? On the basis of our own efforts? No, indeed! Rather, it is eliminated on the basis of faith. 28 We conclude that a person has God's approval by faith, not by his own efforts.– GW® http://www.bethanylutheran.org http://www.facebook.com/Bethany.Long.Beach www.youtube.com/c/BethanyLutheranLongBeach
Welcome to Sweat Thrive Glow!In this episode we will be working on our mindset to achieve the healthiest version of ourselves. This series will take you through action steps you can implement TODAY which means just by listening you are one step closer to the best you.InstagramBook a Class
How do we inspire, charter, legalize, organize, and finance Parallel Societies? Forming Communities is The Answer! Everyone is telling you what's wrong with the world. It's time to set aside the doom and gloom and start building solutions to these challenging times. Let's go Fractal! We are the ones we've been waiting for! What if […]
The boys get into how they would fair in the Mckibbin brothers 4v4 beach tournament. Who would they pick up as their 4'th? Could they beat the squad of Taylor Sander, Taylor Crabb, Tri Bourne and Trevor Crabb. Some big news coming up this next week... stay ready fam
Steve Richardson has been at it a long time; he walked through the minefield and came out thriving. This week, he's joining us on the World of Marketing to tell us how he managed to form a perfect practice and now coaches attorneys. Join us as Tom and Steve sit down to discuss how he does it and how you can do it too. Tune into this episode to learn about: - Steve's coaching and his advice - Getting Off The Hamster Wheel (Steve's new book!) - Getting in control of your time - Steve's SEO Strategy - Steve's advice for your website
Lee Pulaski joins us to share his recent release, White Christmas in the Desert, how the fall colors inspired his first novel, writing stories about non-standard families, romances without sex-scenes, mysteries, and so much more!
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Erika showed early entrepreneurial skills when she let her brother throw a pie in her face for $5, she wheeled and dealed her way through high-school, earned degrees in Apparel Design and Women Studies (with an emphasis on China Studies), spent 9 years swinging around a dancer pole, went on to co-create a multi-eight-figure dollar commercial real estate investment company (of which she's still a partner), wrote a best-selling book, Think A Stripper: Business Lessons To Up Your Confidence, Attract More Clients & Rule Your Market. And in 2009 launched The Daily Whip where she's helped thousands of entrepreneurs grow their businesses through BOLD marketing & sales. For over 15 years, Nicole has helped artists and entrepreneurs build their audiences through PR, creative direction, marketing campaigns and paid media. She's also coached over 800 entrepreneurs on how to do their own paid advertising and build their sales funnels. From opt-in to sales page to launch, she's helped build multiple 6 and 7-figure businesses from the ground up, as well as help scale sales for NY Times Best-Selling Authors, well-known influencers, course creators, and creative entrepreneurs from all over the world. Her clients call her the Swiss Army Knife of marketing. Her friends call her addictive. Here's what we covered on the episode: Forming the Marketing Crush Partnership We first met Nicole on episode 78 and Erika on episode 47 of The Design Business Show How I have known Erika and Nicole for the last few years, have worked closely with them and how in the last year they have created a partnership together which they'll talk about today along with some bold marketing trends they think people should know about Erika tells the story of how she and Nicole met through me and how they formed their partnership Nicole took Erika's TripleXpert Program, her Mastermind and then became a private client – the more Erika got to know Nicole, the more she realized she wanted to work with her How Erika hired Nicole to do Facebook ads for her triple expert program that she launched last year and says Nicole was the first person that made Facebook ads fun and exciting Erika approached Nicole about doing Marketing Crush and she said absolutely, so they launched Marketing Crush in March to a super small list When they first started Marketing Crush it was about creating content and creating a content plan, but as they developed it more, they realized people were not set up for success in their sales funnel, so they changed the business to focus on that and Erika says Nicole is very skilled when it comes to anything involving sales funnels When people sign up for Marketing Crush, they get Erika as their content coach, marketing strategist, creative director, and says on Tuesdays she works with clients on their content plans, and on Thursdays, Nicole is helping people with everything sales funnel related Erika talks about how the online space has changed throughout the years and how it can be really hard to keep up which is why marketing is so important One of the things they always tell their clients is, when you're creating content that is beautifully aligned with what you do, what you're doing is creating a marketing asset that you can reuse again and again Nicole talks about how she took my Conversion Design School program which is where a lot of her ideas and inspiration comes from The biggest challenge Erika and Nicole have had with Marketing Crush is creating an Instagram page for it and Erika explains why that is, so they've decided that this point in their venture, they are not going to create a Marketing Crush Instagram page but instead use it as a billboard space Bold Marketing Trends A lot of Nicole's inspiration comes from social justice and politics, while Erika's inspiration comes from the Kardashians, and we talk about how the Kardashians have established their businesses, marketing, social media, and brands Nicole shares something she's always thought was important, but even more so now is creating an experience with your brand and thinking about how it makes your audience feel For Nicole, the biggest trend she thinks is coming and has already slowly started is creating a user experience that is interactive and engaging and says this can be done through mindful design, scrollytelling, using narrative visualization, animations, typography, illustrations, 3D, etc. Nicole gives examples of a few brands that are already creating a unique interactive experience for their audiences How Erika personally uses Instagram as a search engine when looking for people, as do many people and says Instagram will be doing more of that when moving forward, so it will become more like a mini Google within Instagram One thing Erika has seen changing on Instagram is there's no longer a need to have these super glossy photos like you used to need, and she says a lot of brands don't have highly produced photoshoots anymore A big challenge most people have is creating high-quality, well-designed content and being consistent with it, which is why it's important to produce different content for different platforms Nicole talks about native visuals like, text message reminders, alerts, the things you see pop up daily on your phone and says she doesn't think they'll be going away in the future because they feel very organic and relevant to people Erika talks about text accounts on Instagram where your content is just text images only and says you can be successful by doing typography, but you want to make sure that they are visually and beautifully aligned to catch attention If you're posting to feed on Instagram, Erika says people should immediately get that you're an expert at what you do and that you truly live your message and believe in it How vulnerability is important, but it shouldn't look like dumping everything out for your audience to see, it should look like taking scary actions and risks Erika says she struggles with posting “normal life things” because she is an idea machine she says and that excites her more than posting a family picture Erika explains how a viewpoint is different than an opinion because it comes from your areas of expertise and experiences and talks about how to share what you stand behind in a way that truly reflects your business Why everyone has to have a sales funnel, no matter what you're selling and how the customer experience needs to be seamless Based on Nicole's experiences, email is where most sales take place so there needs to be an intimacy of the inbox that you want to capture, that's why opt-ins that create value are still important Erika and Nicole talk about removing content clutter, which is throwaway content that doesn't reflect your level of expertise or add to the experience Nicole explains what bro marketing is and says it creates a false sense of urgency, it's overpromising and underdelivering, and can also be non-inclusive Connect with Erika on her website at dailywhip.com, or shoot her a DM on Instagram and connect with Nicole on Instagram – make sure you also check them out on the Marketing Crush Website Links mentioned: Episode 78 of The Design Business Show Episode 47 of The Design Business Show Erika's TripleXpert Program Marketing Crush Conversion Design School The Daily Whip Website Connect with Erika on Instagram Connect with Nicole on Instagram Like what you heard? 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Fr. Thomas is joined by Kyra Limberakis and Michael Sider-Rose of the Orthodox Volunteer Corps which immerses young adults in a one-year program of service, formation, community, and church. The burgeoning OVC will provide a transformative experience to form Orthodox Christian young adult leaders.
Wilt Chamberlain once said, "Everything is habit forming, so make sure what you do is what you want to be doing." Tina Spring and Julie Fudge Smith talk about how that idea applies to dog training as well as to pursuing a more positive trajectory in every day (and every dog's) life. For show notes and more information please go to: Your Family Dog
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Forming emotional bonds with fellow human beings is one of the most basic instincts we have. There's a primal urge to attach yourself to others, for safety, for mating purposes, or hell just to have lunch. But just because that desire is present doesn't mean that it's easy or even inevitable to actually form those connections. At the same time, we're all going to spend some time alone. Maybe in brief moments, maybe for very long stretches. Comedian, actor, and writer Lane Moore thinks about these things a lot. She is perhaps best known for Tinder Live, a touring series of live shows where she checks out profiles of men looking for connections and provides live commentary and live swiping before an audience. She finds that most people are pretty nice, honest people but that some of them do some pretty weird stuff. Stuff like posing for their profile pictures while covered in blood, naked, next to a deer they killed. Or being naked except for a strategically placed top hat. She tours with the show a lot but has also given quite a bit of thought to the other side of the coin and has written a book titled “How To Be Alone.”Lane shares her thoughts on all this plus living with complex post-traumatic stress disorder in a deeply personal conversation that's valuable if you've ever been alone or with someone else. Which covers everyone, I'm pretty sure.Also, stick around after the main interview for a meditation minute with our pal Laura House.Visit Lane's website at lanemoore.org or her Linktree at linktr.ee/hellolanemoore for tour dates, her book, and more. Follow Lane on Twitter @hellolanemoore and on Instagram @hellolanemoore. Understanding Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: https://www.healthline.com/health/cptsdThank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of Maximum Fun. Hey, remember, you're part of Depresh Mode and we want to hear what you want to hear about. What guests and issues would you like to have covered in a future episode? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Help is available right away.The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255, 1-800-273-TALKCrisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741.International suicide hotline numbers available here: https://www.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlinesThe Depresh Mode newsletter is available twice a week. Subscribe for free and stay up to date on the show and mental health issues. https://johnmoe.substack.com/John's acclaimed memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is available here.Find the show on Twitter @depreshpod and Instagram @depreshpod.John is on Twitter @johnmoe.
Remarriage after widowhood creates unique struggles. Listen to Ryan and Jess Ronne, parents and stepparents to 8, share with Ron Deal about how insecurities can create conflict in a new marriage after widowhood and how they found beauty from ashes as they worked through their struggles and insecurities. Show Notes and Resources JessPlusTheMess.com Blended with Grit and Grace. Sunlight Burning at Midnight. Your generous support of FamilyLife helps create podcasts like the FamilyLife Blended® Podcast. Smart Stepfamily Therapy Providers. FamilyLife Blended resources. Links not working for you? Go to our website for more details about this episode: https://www.familylife.com/podcast/familylife-blended-podcast/67-Blended-with-Grit-Widowhood-and-Forming-a-New-Family.
In Episode 110 I talked about how to become a millionaire and discussed the book, The Millionaire Next Door by Dr. Thomas J. Stanley and Dr. William D. Danko. It showed that the vast majority of American millionaires are not who you think they are, and that becoming wealthy is something that can be done. But the path to wealth is a choice and a mindset. You have to think the right way about money in order to acquire and grow it. That's why I wanted to follow up on that topic in this episode by talking to my guest Tony Bradshaw about what he calls the Millionaire Choice and how you can make that choice with the right mindset. In this episode you will learn: Why mindset is important to becoming wealthy The Ten Keys of the Millionaire How to Make the Millionaire Choice How to Make the Millionaire Plan
Andrea Dallan is an engineer, an entrepreneur and CEO of Dallan Spa, an Italian family business (Dallan) that has been producing systems for the processing of thin sheet metal since 1978, with 160 employees that include engineers, technicians and operations. He is also the author of the books “The Revolution of Efficiency” (2020) and “Think Thin” (coming summer 2021). Join our conversation to hear how he has used principles of efficiency, automation, and flexibility to increase the success of his business, and how you can apply these principles to your work, as well. The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us.
We have WWE's backstage reaction to WWE Crown Jewel 2021. There was a shocking injury at NJPW G1 Climax 2021. Plus two top AEW and IMPACT Stars are looking to form an inter-promotional team.Tom Campbell takes a look at all the latest wrestling news from WWE, AEW, IMPACT Wrestling, New Japan and around the wrestling world. Get the most up-do-date wrestling news from Cultaholic.com or our social platforms.Watch us: Youtube.com/Cultaholic | Twitch.tv/CultaholicSupport us: Patreon.com/Cultaholic | CultaholicShop.comFollow us: Twitter.com/Cultaholic | Facebook.com/Cultaholic | Instagram.com/CultaholicWrestling See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In business, it can be tough to formulate a win-win-win scenario: The business wins, the client wins, and the client's client wins, too.But that's exactly what Dave Colina and his company, Drink O2, did when the COVID-19 pandemic began to hit gyms hard — and they've only continued to do bigger and better good since then, including bringing together a coalition of fitness brands to help gym owners make more retail sales and incentivize and retain new clients. Learn about how O2 took a help-first approach to a community in crisis — and how everyone can benefit from it. Links:Drink O2Community CoalitionChalk It ProGym Owners UnitedContact:email@example.comTimeline:1:43 – The story behind Drink O2.4:29 – Helping gyms during the COVID crisis.8:01 – Forming a coalition of brands to support gyms.12:59 – “Stay for May”: an even bigger impact.18:32 – Dealing with the chaos surrounding the CrossFit brand.24:02 – How O2 and CrossFit are joining forces to help affiliates become more profitable. Dave's thoughts on the new Affiliate Partner Network.
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Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/moby436 Moby (IG: @moby) is a musician, entrepreneur, activist, and philanthropist who is informally known as “the godfather of veganism.” His album Play sold more than 12 million copies worldwide. He's released fourteen solo albums in total. A serial side hustler, Moby opened the vegan restaurant Teany in New York City in 2002 and has since opened Little Pine, a unique, contemporary vegan restaurant in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. In this episode, we discuss: Being an animal rights activist Living in a culture that prioritizes selfishness Hitting rock bottom and getting sober Making music is a spiritual practice Growing up poor and being hungry for fame Forming a love for animals Transitioning from a vegetarian to vegan lifestyle in 1987 Missing a sense of community and friendships Moby's relationship with religion over the years From squatting in an abandoned factory to buying a five-level sky castle Fame and wealth don't create happiness When was the happiest time in your life? The ‘90s were the last period of general optimism The rise of the internet A self-care practice supported by evidence Eating 95% vegan organic whole foods Nature is healing Connecting with our awkward self Practicing metta meditation How to be an animal activist Moby's daily routine Supporting local musicians and artists Show sponsors: LMNT
Former corporate America dropouts, Jessica and Will Sueiro, are avid adventurers who have been traveling the world with their free-spirited children, Avalon and Largo, since 2014. After burning out in their careers as a corporate accountant and graphic designer, Jessica and Will quit their jobs to move abroad and start a YouTube channel called World Towning. Today, they've visited 70 countries in their quest to provide their children with a global education, while building a deeper bond as a family. In part 1 of this two-part interview, Will and Jessica shed light on why they decided to leave their corporate jobs to pursue content creation and culturally rich travel experiences as a family. They also get candid about the challenges of raising and homeschooling kids outside of the US and share lessons learned in 7 years of full-time travel. Would you ever travel long-term with your family? Have you ever thought of becoming a content creator? Listen in for tips on travel vlogging, educating kids through global experiences, and discovering yourself through travel. "Nothing's handed to you on a silver platter when you live outside the box." - Will Sueiro "After 7 years of full-time travel, we realized we know nothing." - Jessica Sueiro EPISODE 130 TOPICS DISCUSSED: How your identity changes when you move abroad. Normalizing full-time travel for everyone. The concept of "travel addiction." The ups and downs of a long-term travel lifestyle with kids. Living and working with your spouse. What it takes to travel the world for 20 years. How to balance documenting travel with content creation and bonding as a family. How traditional education stifles creativity and what society de-values creative profession. Using travel to "take a break from life." Surviving the pandemic on a boat in France. Fighting through the backlash they received from leaving their jobs to travel. Struggles of workaholism, perfectionism, and US overwork mentality. Forming your identity when you leave the US and letting go of bad habits. The realities of travel burnout and remote work burnout. Why Jessica and Will started WorldTowning. How they split work and family responsibilities as digital nomads. Hiking AND vlogging 580 miles along the Camino Trail in Spain. What it's really like to maintain a YouTube channel while traveling. Why and how they learned to edit videos. Discovering hobbies, interests, and creativity through travel. Breaking down gender roles, perfectionism, and societal expectations. Lessons learned from the disruption of the pandemic. How to express yourself as a repressed artist. How to transition from being an accountant to a video editor. How to get through creative blocks. Changing your career in your mid-40's QUESTIONS ANSWERED: How can you transition from a corporate career to a creative one? How can you start an online business with no experience? What are your tips for balancing work and life while traveling full-time with kids? How were you able to survive the pandemic during lockdown with your family on a boat? How old were you when you decided to leave the US and travel? How do you balance work and content creation with family time? What were your previous jobs and how were you able to transition out of the corporate world? How did you realize you wanted to be content creators? How were you able to overcome the stereotypes of US workaholism and follow your dreams of working in your creative passions? How do you support yourselves while living abroad? And much more! RESOURCES Books: The Artist's Way Untamed by Glennon Doyle Mastery by Robert Greene Videos: How I See the US After Living Abroad for 15 Years [CULTURE SHOCK] Podcasts: Tulum, Mexico Digital Nomad Lifestyle - Does it Live Up to the Hype? 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Over a decade ago, Emmy was living in Japan, feeling alone, and looking for a way to connect with others, so she turned to YouTube. In this week's episode, Emmy talks to Brittany about her love of food and experimenting, and how YouTube has given her the flexibility to create her ideal life. Then, to learn more about how YouTube helps support creators, Brittany chats with Jamie Reichstein, YouTube's head of Creator Partnerships. Some participants have been compensated for their involvement in this series.KEY TOPICS & TIME STAMPS3:26 About the Channel4:27 What makes Emmymade unique5:55 Starting the channel in Japan6:59 Emmy's love of food9:06 Realizing YouTube could be her career10:46 Forming an LLC11:15 Flexibility15:21 Advice to parents looking to start their own channel17:30 Staying Inspired18:19 Feeling Pressure19:55 Staying motivated22:19 Brittany's interview with Jamie ReichsteinRESOURCESListen on YouTubeEpisode Transcript2020 Oxford Economic Impact ReportSOCIAL HANDLESYoutube: emmymadeTwitter: @emmymadeinjapanInstagram: @emmymadeFacebook: @itsemmymadeinjapanWebsite: https://www.emmymade.comBrittany's Twitter: @bmluseCREDITSThe Upload is a podcast by YouTube produced in partnership with National Public Media. Our Executive Producers are Brianna LaFleur and Erica Osher. Supervising Producer Shannon Boerner. Our Lead Producer is Theresa Avila; Editing and Engineering by Alie Kilts; Production Assistance by Gurjit Kaur with support from Maddy Weinberg. Our logo was created by Jen Grottle and our music is by TimaLikesMusic. Hosted by Brittany Luse.