FastFoot by Fab-Form With the madness of lumber over the last 3 years, dramatic costs and uneven ground, shit excavators can get away with murder. Just let Fastfoot by Fab-Form in or out on your screed boards. It acts as a capillary break, preventing moisture from getting into the home through the footing and it allows tradespeople to form any depth of footing with just 2x4's. Don't forget about all time saved in just the simple act of moving forms around site, cutting, stripping and disposal. Are you forming your footings the same way your grandpa did? It might be time to have a look at Fastfoot by Fab-Form. Fastfoot is a high-density polyethylene fabric that you simply staple to 2x4's to form any sized footing. A 100' roll of Fastfoot weighs 14lbs and will form the same amount of concrete as 1,500lbs of lumber. That's a lot of weight off your back, and a lot of lumber not in the landfill.Fastfoot by Fab-Form protects your forming lumber from the concrete, so stripping is a breeze, and can be reused over and over. And you can tie it into your wall and slab membranes to prevent moisture from wicking into the home through your footings. With the crazy prices of lumber lately, its time to start looking at doing things differently.Find them at www.fab-form.com and follow them on IG @fabformindustriesTim Sprague from Pound 4 Pound joins us to talk about framing and forming in high-end BC. He tells us about building and living in Whistler, learning from engineers, year waits for permits, BONE design flaws and the future with ICF. Catch a bit of Tim's contagious love for learning on this episode of The Construction Life Podcast. Interested in Pound 4 Pound? Check out their website at Lb4LbFrameForm.com, or their Instagram @Pound4PoundFramers, or reach out to Tim over email at Timmy@Lb4LbFrameForm.com. Stay connected with The Construction Life Podcast by texting Manny at 416 433-5737 or emailing him at email@example.com. If you have something to contribute to the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to join us in studio.
Get ready for a fantastic show with my good friend Tara Garrison! Tara is an Instagram/fitness sensation and certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and mindset coach who helps high performers and everyday people be their best. In today's show, Tara shares her incredible and touching backstory in the hopes of inspiring you to join her in the journey she has been on to transform her entire existence. You will hear Tara's amazing personal story of transformation, starting from her challenging and traumatic childhood and family life, how she found her way and discovered her personal power to become a spiritual and healthy lifestyle guide, and how she lost everything and was forced to forge a new path for herself, all by herself. You will also hear the reflections Tara has learned that will help you check in with yourself and monitor your stress/rest balance, mindset, goals, ego, and reasons for consuming and participating in social media. It is so helpful to hear from someone on this path, especially when you hear Tara continually express her gratitude for so many things in her life that would make most people feel pretty resentful. LINKS: Brad Kearns.com Brad's Shopping page B.rad Whey Protein Isolate Superfuel TaraGarrison.com Instagram - @coachtaragarrison Join Brad for more fun on: Instagram: @bradkearns1 Facebook: @bradkearnsjumphigh Twitter: @bradleykearns YouTube: @brad.kearns TikTok: @bradkearns We appreciate all feedback, and questions for Q&A shows, emailed to email@example.com. If you have a moment, please share an episode you like with a quick text message, or leave a review on your podcast app. Thank you! Check out each of these companies because they are absolutely awesome or they wouldn't occupy this revered space. Seriously, Brad won't promote anything he doesn't absolutely love and use in daily life. Mito Red Light: Photobiomodulation light panels to enhance cellular energy production, improve recovery, and optimize circadian rhythm. Use code BRAD for 5% discount! NutriSense: Continuous glucose monitor and 1:1 expert support to help optimize diet choices and lifestyle behaviors. $30 B.rad discount! Marek Health: Comprehensive lab testing and expert tele-health support for peak performance. Use code “BRAD” for 10% discount! Plunge: Sensational custom-designed home cold plunge with filtered, circulating water, custom temperature setting, and sleek design. Save $150 with code BRAD LMNT Electrolyte Drink Mix: Tasty, sugar-free, scientifically formulated electrolyte drink mix with everything you need and nothing you don't. Free sample pack, just click the link! B.rad Whey + Creatine Superfuel: Premium quality, all-natural supplement for peak performance, recovery, and longevity Male Optimization Formula with Organs (MOFO): Optimize testosterone naturally with 100% grassfed animal organ supplement Brad's Macadamia Masterpiece: Mind-blowing, life-changing nut butter blend Online educational courses: Numerous great offerings for an immersive home-study educational experience Shopping Page For Discounts And Navigation To The Best Products I have a newly organized shopping experience at BradKearns.com/Shop. Visit here and you can navigate to my B.rad Nutrition products on Amazon (Macadamia Masterpiece and Whey + Creatine Superfuel), my library of online multimedia educational courses, link to great discounts on an assortment of my favorite products and partners, complete details and discounts on my MOFO product with Ancestral Supplements, and a library of my favorite hand-picked Amazon products for fitness and healthy living!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I talk about how you can overcome your fear of getting hurt or prevent this fear from occuring, without having to push yourself through it! I discuss: Listening to our emotions and how they are always guiding us The power of reflecting on why you have this fear and where it came from Viewing past experiences with a new lens and learning from them Preventing your fear from occurring Forming an emergency action plan Using subconscious work to release trapped emotions The importance of always listening to yourself and your horse And so much more. For more support with this join: The Confident Equestrian Program: https://www.confidentequestrianprogram.com/CEP and/or book a 1 on 1 call with me: https://www.confidentequestrianprogram.com/offerings If you would like to connect with me, you can do so via: www.confidentequestrianprogram.com https://www.instagram.com/felicitydavies_/ https://www.facebook.com/felicitydavieshorsemanship https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnpWzrLLy3oZ-Ds3kSTkMZA
What happens when two brilliant minds from the finance and tech sectors come together to revolutionize the way we connect talent and companies? In today's episode, we sit down with Hubert Dagbo and Jide Osan, the co-founders of Equipt, to discuss their inspiring journey and vision behind their innovative startup. Learn how Hubert and Jide's long-lasting friendship, and their individual professional backgrounds, have shaped Equipt's mission to foster collaboration and enable humanity to reach its full potential. Their unique perspectives, from their families' immigration stories to their experiences in the global market, have informed their determination to create meaningful connections in the professional world. Don't miss their valuable advice for aspiring founders on learning from failures and seeking mentorship. In this episode, you'll hear about: Forming real connections, not just growing your connection list on LinkedIn Bridging the gap between what you learned in school and the real world How Equipt's platform works Big learnings from the layoffs Their immigration stories Taking the extra step to stand out How to benefit from accelerator programs Follow and Review: We'd love for you to follow us if you haven't yet. Click that purple '+' in the top right corner of your Apple Podcasts app. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: Equipt https://www.joinequipt.com/ Alcorn Immigration Law: Subscribe to the monthly Alcorn newsletter Immigration Law for Tech Startups podcast: Episode 16: E-2 Visa for Founders and Employees Episode 19: Australian Visas Including E-3 Episode 146: Access to Innovation: Founders and the Blockchain with Samuel Ekpe Immigration Options for Talent, Investors, and Founders Immigration Law for Tech Startups eBook Extraordinary Ability Bootcamp course for best practices for securing the O-1A visa, EB-1A green card, or the EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) green card—the top options for startup founders. Use promotion code ILTS for 20% off the enrollment fee.
Forming your own identity in a culture where trends and influencing are at an all time high can be a tall task. It's easy to find ourselves trying to fit into different aesthetics and do what's popular even if it might not be who we genuinely are. So today's episode is all about finding your individuality and embracing your authentic self. Our special guest today is Taryn Smith. Some of you may know her as 'Heaven's Receptionist' on TikTok, or maybe you saw her compete for Miss America where she placed 1st runner up. She is a public figure with a bubbly personality who takes pride in being unapologetically herself wherever she goes. Her presence easily lights up any space she is in, so I hope she brings a little sunshine to her day as she has to mine. Connect with Taryn:TiktokInstagramSHARE YOUR STORY:Want your story featured in an upcoming episode? Head over to our website and tell us everything: www.girlsirlpod.comFOLLOW US:@girlsirlpod@mariahclayton_Don't forget to rate and review!
Contrary to popular belief, behaviors don't become habits after a “magic number” of days. Wharton's Katy Milkman shares what machine learning is teaching scientists about habit formation. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Cincinnati Bearcats, and the city of Cincinnati, are defined by its rivalries, especially the Crosstown Shootout. The Shootout is about to get even more intense with the Cincinnati Bearcats heading to the Big 12. Alex then gives his thoughts on what new rivalries could form for the Cincinnati Bearcats in the Big 12. There's already a rivalry brewing with UCF, but could a rivalry be formed with college basketball's ultimate blue blood? How Cincinnati Bearcats fans view going to the NCAA Tournament nine straight years offering views that differ. But Alex has a streak that just might make fans think about nine straight NCAA Tournament appearances in a positive lens. Find Locked On Bearcats on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-bearcats-daily-podcast-on-cincinnati-bearcats/id1600132108 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/50LUo2h1xoJFIWBv6KrUJS?si=db84b6a4edc142f8 Stitcher: https://listen.stitcher.com/yvap/?af_dp=stitcher://show/671454&af_web_dp=https://www.stitcher.com/show/671454 Alex Frank uses his experiences and connections from his days as Sports Director of the University of Cincinnati's Bearcast Media into Locked On Bearcats. With an innate feel and passion for Bearcats football, men's basketball and UC Athletics as a whole, Alex provides the latest news, analysis, film reviews and insight to your favorite team and alma mater every day on Locked On Bearcats. And follow Alex Frank on Twitter @frankie_nnati. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Episode 37 Lynn Morstead and Kelli Soika talk about what happens between the start and end of a forming cohousing group. Most cohousing starts and ends -essentially- as a social club. You meet for meals, go do fun things together, get to know each other: at first somewhere around town and at the end, in your Common House. In between, you have a significant project. Lynn and Kelli talk about ways communities can reduce the variability in their projects, including:Modularized development componentsRepeatable processesDefined phases of the project For more information about our project, please check out our website at www.cohousinghouston.com. Let us know if you have any comments or ideas by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Layzie Bone is a member of the legendary rap group Bone Thugz-N-Harmony who have sold over 50 million records worldwide and have won several Grammy's, American Music Awards, and Mtv Awards as well as many other accolades. Layzie Bone sits down with Big Court, Rachel Renee', and Producer Ken to give one of his most transparent and riveting interviews to date. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Essay 41: Careful Observance Upon Forming and Executing Laws: Principle of the Rule of Law, Not of Men by George Landrith. Click here to explore our 2023 90-Day Study: First Principles of the American Founding.
Kai-Uwe Bergmann is a partner at BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), heading the business development office which is active in over 40 countries. He also oversees BIG's urban development projects and supports BIG Landscape. On this edition of This is DesignIntelligence, he talks about what inspired him to become an architect, why he believes every project he designs needs to provide something to the community that is not yet there, and the forgotten opportunity where design professionals can provide value.
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Rast, Jr, President of Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, joins Andy and Sarah for our History of Lutheranism in America series to talk about how churches began to organize into large synods, how language played a role in the development of these synods, challenges these Lutherans faced, and two important characters in this story: C.F.W. Walther and Martin Stephan. Find all three episodes in this series at kfuo.org/tag/history-of-lutheranism-in-america.
Arielle Spring describes her journey from untreated Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that persisted for more than two decades to lasting healing in this Living 4D conversation.Learn more about Arielle and her book, When Birds Sing: My Journey From Trauma to Triumph, at her website. Check out Arielle on social media via Facebook and Instagram.For Living 4D listeners: Arielle offers a $25 discount on an initial coaching session or any packages she offers by contacting her on her website.If you are suffering from the trauma of PTSD, check out Arielle's resources page that contains a variety of good options that can help you NOW.TimestampsPTSD versus complex PTSD. (12:44)Arielle searches for her identity. (26:53)When Arielle took off her survival glasses and realized PTSD was a huge problem. (44:42)How unrecognized traumas accumulate. (1:10:56)A parenting problem buoyed by organized religion. (1:18:05)The first step to healing from trauma: Talk to someone you trust. (1:32:12)Looking at the patterns and reparenting your child parts. (1:42:42)Is trauma part of your identity? (1:47:07)Do you recognize that you're not loving yourself enough? (1:55:54)Forming an exit plan to get out of a bad relationship. (2:10:54)Letting go to a higher power. (2:25:40)Low-cost/free things you can do to heal from trauma on your own. (2:34:01)Centered breathing. (2:40:17)ResourcesReinventing Your Life by Jeffrey Young and Janet KloskoStockholm syndromeThe Body Keeps The Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Dr. Bessel van der KolkNonviolent Communication: The Basics As I Know and Use Them by Wayland MyersFeelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol TrumanPaul's Living 4D conversation with Wayland Myers, The work of Stanley KrippnerSchema therapyThanks to our awesome sponsors: CHEK Life Process Alchemy Workshop Paleovalley BiOptimizers PAUL10 Organifi CHEK20CHEK Institute/IMS1 Online L4DIMS1We may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.
Where the first declension includes mostly feminine nouns with -a- at the end of their base, second declension includes mostly masculine and neuter nouns with -o- at the end of their base. The second declension has different forms from the first declension but the uses of the cases are the same. However, there's another important distinction between first and second declension: the -o- at the end of the base in second declension is weak and it doesn't show up as -o- as often as the -a- shows up in first declension. The second-declension -o- can appear as -u-, as in the nominative singular (-us) or the accusative singular (-um) or it can appear as -i- as in the genitive singular and nominative plural (-i) and the dative and ablative plural (-is). Here are the endings for second declension masculine, beginning with the singular. The nominative singular: -us or in some cases -er. We'll discuss that in a second. The genitive singular: -i Dative: -o Accusative: -um Ablative: -o and an irregular vocative: -ě In the plural the endings are: -i -orum -is -os -is. The vocative is regular here in the plural. It's identical to the nominative -i. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/liam-connerly/support
On this week's episode, its another “Listener Pick,” the band and LP that gave the world Glam Rock: 1971's Electric Warrior, the second album by T. Rex. Marc Bolan, T-Rex's charismatic front man played a pivotal role in early 70's British rock. Forming the folk-rock duo/band Tyrannosaurus Rex, Bolan would embrace the shortened moniker “T. Rex” at the dawn of the 1970's, as well as a more flamboyant look, attitude, and sound, essentially ushering in the Glam Rock era. Bolan and T. Rex became huge in the UK, even rivaling the Beatles in popularity.Considered by many to be the first true Glam Rock record, Electric Warrior is the culmination of everything Bolan wanted to accomplish with T. Rex. and is lauded as one of the most iconic and influential albums of all time.
In this episode of Waking Up with Melissa, I'm going to discuss the 'Sisterhood wound' and 'Competition Energy' in the community of spiritual entrepreneurs. We live in a culture that often encourages tearing others down in order to be the best in our respective industries. But when did this culture begin and how can we start healing it? Listen now to gain valuable insights about bringing a positive shift in your community and yourself! A BREAKDOWN OF THIS EPISODE [00:03:21] Importance of collaboration and connection for spiritual entrepreneurs [00:07:05] Forming meaningful partnerships and support [00:12:18] The importance of leading with love and genuine upliftment [00:16:23] Creating and cultivating deeper relationships in the community [00:18:59] Moving away from a culture of tearing others down in order to win Words to live by: “It's important to position yourself as someone who stands next to others rather than an authority figure that's above” “By setting the right tone in the way you show up, you can plant seeds in others that become a ripple effect of positive leadership.” Follow me on Instagram: @wakingupwithmelissa @iammelissaruiz
I read my book "Revolution of Mercy" with commentary along the way.00:50 - Understanding the temperament God gave you 2:34 -Forming a receptive heart4:35 - Walking beside our children in discipleship9:24 - Chapter 2 - What is a family and why is it so hard? 12:27 - An intimate community of life and love14:11 - Heroic virtue and holiness17:33 - Our children are more responsive to tenderness 22:37 - Why did God make me? Revolution of Mercy: how kindness changes everythingThe Temperament God Gave You by Art and Laraine BennettFamiliaris Consortio, Apostolic Exhortation of Pope John Paul II motherhood: an apprenticeship in self-denial (blog post) #makejoynormal #homeschooling #relationships #discipline #trust #conversion #revolutionofmercy #kindness #dignity #virtue #holiness #attachment #tenderness #family Contact On Instagram at @make.joy.normal On Facebook at Homeschoolers: make JOY normal By email at email@example.com or by voicemail Thanks for listening to Make Joy Normal Podcast!
Another Asian business owner is spearheading the formation of a task force composed of other local Asian entrepreneurs in the community. The group aims to hold regular meetings with law enforcement authorities to address the security concerns of the Asian business community.
We're back from our break for Lina's wedding, which was wonderful and we all had an amazing time, but now it's time to catch up on two weeks of labor news! We start the show with a quick trip through as many short labor stories as we can, covering developments at Starbucks, Amazon, REI, Barnes & Noble, AT&T, Colectivo, Paizo, UPS, and more. Then we follow up with the workers at the Wharf InterContinental Hotel in Washington DC who have forced their employers to recognize their union election with UNITE HERE. We also check in on the UAW workers at Clarios, who have voted to end their strike, as well as the fallout from Florida's anti-public worker law. The past two weeks have seen diverging trends in negotiations with the Hollywood studios, with the Directors signing a tentative agreement for a new deal and SAG-AFTRA voting 98% in favor of joining the writers on strike. David Byrne's recent attempt to do a Broadway musical with no union musicians is the latest in a long history of anti-union behavior by the famed auteur. Smoke clouds choked NYC in the first week of June, forcing workers to organize for their safety. Finally, we congratulate the postdocs and researchers at the University of Washington for winning a one week strike for a new contract. Join the discord: discord.gg/tDvmNzX Follow the pod at instagram.com/workstoppage, @WorkStoppagePod on Twitter, John @facebookvillain, and Lina @solidaritybee
6/19/23 - Do you actively try to build good habits to benefit your body and soul? If you had to pick one, what do you believe is your most important good habit and why? Let's dive into some ways in which Catholics can form healthy habits without the need to worry about compromising on the faith.
Roots with Solomon; Right after Proverbs; "The Teacher"; Vanities; hey-biet-lamad; vapor or breath; from empty/void; Ex 20:7 - in vain; Taking His name in vain; "His Holy Church"; 319AD - another church; Bishops; Same as "Abel"; Grabbing air?; Caring cycle; Tree of Life; "Shav" = emptiness/falsehood, vain; shin-vav-aleph; Hebrew letters have meaning; Ruining the Romans?; Sharing; Bondage of Egypt - don't return there; Sacrifice of fools; Social Security insolvency; "Reek" resh-yod-kuf = empty (out); Lev 26:20; Job 39:16; Women/churches; Church = caregiver of society; Freewill offerings only; Gen 37:24; resh-yod-kuf; Tohu = vain/vanity/confusion; Gen 1:2; soffa = shen-pei-hey - lip, bank, brim; 2 Kings 18:20; Isa 36:5; Belonging to God; Saving you; Jer 8:8; Leaven; Forced offerings; Repentance; Ps 41:6; Seeking government of God = love; Legal charity; Ecc 3:12; Doing good; Spiritual vs emotional experiences; Patience with other people; Forgiveness; God the capitalist; Child of God; God's rewards; Chosen people; Man's animal nature; Living in the flesh; Vanity is emptiness; Fasting from our beast nature; Direction; Ecc 3:22; Your works are your portion; Ecc 4:1; "comforter" (nachum) = repentance; What to do about you?; nun-chet-mem; Imagined oppression; Prov 6:10; Being the government of God; Prov 24:33; Prov 11:17; Isa 9:20; Gal 5:14; 2 Cor 11:20; Nazarene Essenes; Networks of charity; No flesh-eating; Forming congregations; Helping families; Building blocks of the kingdom; Witnessing ministers; First fruits of your labor; Opportunities to forgive; Your oaths; Fervent charity; The song of Moses and of the lamb; Your road to iniquity; County collector of Property Tax; Sharing this message; Operating society; Being a peculiar people; Documentation; Purposes of Christ; Start the flow.
We just turned three! Bring out the birthday cake! Pop the champagne! Tune in! On this week's episode, Katie, Cort, and Cam get nostalgic. We'll focus on our newer listeners, catching them up on episodes that hold a special place in our hearts. Whether that be our most recent guest segment with Erin Gruwell (episode 154) or our Financial Focus on Forming a Family show (episode 84), we've got content for just about everyone. Don't miss this birthday celebration, and take a stroll with us down memory lane! The List: The Third Anniversary Gift (Leather) Hashtags: #HappyBirthdayBullCast #WereThree #OurCalfIsNowABull #WeeklyVolatility #AWalkDownMemoryLane — Visit us online: www.bullcastpodcast.com Produced by Cameron Spann | Powered by Pickler Wealth Advisors Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com
My framework for Trust Habits® includes the 8 laws of trust and the 6-component relative trust model. But from them, there are 7 insights about trust, which are shared in some detail here in this episode. Those are: (1) Trust turns a group of creative and productive individuals into a creative and productive team. (2) Trust is Relative. The same behavior that would cause one person to trust you could cause another to distrust you. (3) My trust in you is the product of my trustfulness (willingness to trust people) and your trustworthiness. (4) Your trustworthiness is made of who you are and what you do when you interact with me (5) If you trust someone, and you show them that you trust them, they will behave in a trustworthy way. (6) If you eliminate one bad behavior, you will increase your trustworthiness more than if you add one good behavior. (7) Forming a habit takes as long as it takes until it is easier to continue than to stop it, and you don't need extrinsic motivation anymore.
Buy back time and reach more goals by learning to assemble a capable and dependable team today with Bobby Suarez. Discover the significance of task delegation and how hiring quality team members can empower entrepreneurs to focus on what truly matters in this episode. Make income and impact successfully as a lifestyle investor! KEY TAKEAWAYS Benefits of joining a mastermind and communities Forming a team: Challenges, perks, and compensation framework How vital it is to create healthy relationships among team members The importance of hiring quality people you can trust Best tip for investors and entrepreneurs to achieve long-term success RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED EP132: Bobby Suarez on Build Relationships in the Industry The Predictive Index MLS.com ABOUT BOBBY SUAREZ Bobby Suarez founded Sell to Bobby, a platform that offers the easiest way to sell your house. Bobby Suarez has practiced as a licensed real estate broker in Florida for over eight years and has concentrated on residential investment sales. Bobby has significant experience in site selection, raising capital, construction planning, leasing, and property management. In 2012, Bobby successfully closed on over 150 residential properties highlighting his extensive experience in sourcing residential real estate for his clients in a very competitive market during a distressed market cycle. During several years as a real estate investor, he became an expert on all types of homes - single- and multi-family projects. Since 2009, he dedicated himself to ensuring that his client's needs are met and exceeded. His attention to detail has earned him many awards. CONNECT WITH BOBBY Website: Sell To Bobby Instagram: @bobbysuarez ASCEND Don't Wait To Enjoy Your Life, Tomorrow, Live It Today! How To Grow Your Business, Expand Your Impact, and Experience Your Perfect Life:
Your customers are having a relationship with your brand right under your nose. Do you know if it's a strong, healthy one? Our connection with brands is much like any other relationship in our lives, with some being healthy while others are not. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for people to form codependent or dysfunctional relationships with brands. Therefore, it's essential to build strong brand relationships with your customers. Despite being legalistic trademarks, brands have become an entity, almost human-like, with which people form a personal connection. The corporate structure with its trademarks, colors, taglines, and messaging guidelines are irrelevant to customers. What matters is the brand's presence in customers' minds, memories, thoughts, and emotions. Creating an attachment is crucial. Stephen Covey, the author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, introduced the concept of the Emotional Bank Account years ago, which can apply to these relationships customers have with your brand. Emotional Bank Accounts have positive and negative deposits in them all the time, only the assets held within are how we feel about the brand. Just like we have these accounts with people in our lives, brands also make deposits and withdrawals in these accounts. In this episode, we explore the ideas behind these five rules and how they help you form a strong emotional bond with your customers with a robust deposit history in their emotional bank accounts, ensuring their loyalty to your brand. Here are a few key moments in the discussion: 01:29 The podcast begins with the idea of brands and what they are. 08:04 We kick off the five rules, with the first one, “Focus on emotional benefits and value to your customers, not just on product features.” 19:13 We talk about the importance of storytelling and why it matters in branding. 20:25 Ryan explains that trust is foundational to the relationship but not the place to stop and why. 23:48 We share the final rule and explain why people need practical ways to make emotional connections, not wispy, ethereal concepts that don't mean anything in the real world. _________________________________________________________________ Did you know we have a YouTube Channel too? Check it out here. Connect with Colin on LinkedIn HERE. Follow Colin on Twitter HERE. Click HERE to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. To learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services Click here.
Forming one half of the most endearing and fearsome brotherly duos in the NFL, tackling machine Quincy Williams of the New York Jets joins the pod to preview the upcoming season and reflect on his incredible journey to this point. Since the early days of being a Junior Olympic swimmer, Track Champion, and Football star, Quincy was always destined to translate his athleticism to the highest level. Coming off his new contract with the New York Jets, along with C.J. Mosley, Sauce Gardner, and his brother Quinnen, the team's dominant defense is now matched by the arrival of Aaron Rodgers leading the offense. Tune in as Quincy breaks down the story behind his new deal, transitioning from safety to linebacker, overcoming being waived early in his career, starstruck by Rodger's arrival, adjusting to championship expectations, and so much more. Hosts: CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco Producers: Jackson Safon, Sadye Zillo, Paige Keffer, and Ata Movassaghi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Shane O'Neill (Proven Men Ministries & Host of Naked Gospel Podcast) returns to the podcast for an in-depth conversation with Sathiya about the importance of setting a vision for your life. Often in recovery, we get so focused on trying to quit porn we make it a bigger deal than the life we have after recovery and the rewards that come with it. This rich conversation covers a myriad of topics, including: -The difference between focusing ON something vs focusing on not doing something -Why vision is so critical for the human heart -Hope deferred -Forming healthy female friendships -Being confident in yourself -The link between discipleship and vision -What Shane & Sathiya are dreaming about these days" Check Out "The Sex Talk" Book A Time With Sathiya's Team
Fr. Roger J. Landry Retreat for the Priests of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon Mount Angel Archabbey, Mount Angel, OR Imitate What You Celebrate: Priests as Catalysts for the Eucharistic Revival June 8, 2023 https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/6.8.23_Eucharistic_Pastoral_Plan_1.mp3 The post Forming and Implementing a Eucharistic Pastoral Plan, Retreat for the Priests of the Archdiocese of Portland, June 8, 2023 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
Having the right mindset and a strong sense of self is imperative to leading a team and scaling a business. Without the willingness to take risks or the tools to show up authentically, leaders and professionals can do a major disservice to themselves, their teams, and their clients. Colin Hunter is the Founder and CEO of PotentialSquared, a company dedicated to amplifying leaders' intrinsic qualities to help them build a culture that is more thoughtful, innovative, and experimental. Colin's approach is designed to create relationships with purpose by getting under people's skin and advising them at a deeper level. In this episode, Colin shares his journey from being dissatisfied and unhappy in a corporate role to starting a business that fits with his core values: harnessing your creativity to make a difference and building playgrounds to disrupt leadership. We'll discuss how PotentialSquared accomplishes this, and what challenges Colin has faced in helping others reach their full potential.
Ian Koniak is the Founder of Untap Your Sales Potential. As a former successful enterprise seller at Salesforce, he coaches Account Executives to success and also leads the Enterprise Sales School at Pavilion. In today's episode, we talk about how to develop better habits as sellers and sales leaders, and how to evaluate your time spend and the ROI of that time. ……………….. Interested in more insights, industry best practices, and actionable content →
Esther Gendelman MS, LPC, ACS discusses practical ways for couples to work on their communication styles in order to form secure marital attachment. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mikvah/support
Seize the opportunity to pass along your knowledge to your downline agents. We outline the many practices you can follow to prepare new agents for the field of sales and client engagement. Listen to find out what those are! Read the text version Get on the Ritter Platform by Registering with Ritter: https://app.ritterim.com/public/registration/ Follow Us on Social! Ritter on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/RitterIM Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/ritter.insurance.marketing/ LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/company/ritter-insurance-marketing TikTok, https://www.tiktok.com/@ritterim Twitter, https://twitter.com/RitterIM and Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/user/RitterInsurance Sarah on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/sjrueppel/ and Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/thesarahjrueppel/ Tina on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/tina-lamoreux-6384b7199/ Resources: 4 Tips for Making a Better Insurance Sales Pitch: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/4-tips-for-making-a-better-insurance-sales-pitch-2022/ 4 Strategies for Effectively Working With a Team: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/4-strategies-for-effectively-working-with-a-team/ Contact Info for the Ritter Sales Team: https://www.ritterim.com/meet-your-sales-team/ Developing an Agency – Your Guide to Getting Started: https://www.ritterim.com/agency-guide/ Ritter Docs Site: https://docs.ritterim.com/ How to Get Health and Life Insurance Continuing Education Credits as an Agent: https://www.ritterim.com/blog/how-to-get-health-and-life-insurance-continuing-education-credits-as-an-agent/ How Professional Organizations Make You a Better Agent: https://www.ritterim.com/blog/how-professional-organizations-make-you-a-better-agent/ How to Recruit Insurance Agents to Your Downline: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/how-to-recruit-insurance-agents-to-your-downline-1622221250/ Knight School Training: https://www.ritterim.com/knight-school/ Ritter's eBooks and Guides: https://www.ritterim.com/guides/ Ritter Summits: https://summits.ritterim.com/ The Best Books for Insurance Agents: https://www.ritterim.com/blog/the-best-books-for-insurance-agents/ The Ritter Platform: https://www.ritterim.com/agent-tools/the-ritter-platform/ Tips for Becoming a Top Producing Insurance Agency: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/tips-for-becoming-a-top-producing-insurance-agency-2022/ What Are Insurance Hierarchies & How Do They Work: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/what-are-insurance-hierarchies-how-do-they-work/ Your Guide to Forming an Insurance Agent Network: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/your-guide-to-forming-an-insurance-network/ References: 4 Types of Learning Styles: How to Accommodate a Diverse Group of Students: https://www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/education/blog/types-of-learning-styles/ 5 Benefits of Incorporating Hands On Learning into Training: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-benefits-incorporating-hands-learning-training-allie-golon/ 5 Self-Employed retirement Plans to Consider: https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/investing/retirement-plans-self-employed 10 Best Virtual Meeting Platforms & Software: https://teambuilding.com/blog/virtual-meeting-platforms 11 Benefits of Collaborative Learning (Plus Tips To Use It): https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/benefits-of-collaborative-learning Four Steps to Reflection PDF: https://education.usask.ca/documents/fieldexperiences/tools-resources/focus/four-steps-reflection.pdf How do Birds Learn How to Fly: https://www.allthingsnature.org/how-do-birds-learn-how-to-fly.htm Level Up: The Value of Sales Shadowing for New Insurance Agents: https://blog.newhorizonsmktg.com/level-up-the-value-of-sales-shadowing-for-new-insurance-agents Mentoring Guide PDF: https://www.rackham.umich.edu/downloads/more-mentoring-guide-for-mentors.pdf Mind-blowing Statistics that Prove the Value of Employee Training and Development: https://www.shiftelearning.com/blog/statistics-value-of-employee-training-and-development Ongoing Training: Benefits and Impact: https://www.apty.io/blog/ongoing-training-benefits-and-impact/ Reflective Practice: https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/reflective-practice.html Self-employed Health Coverage: https://www.healthcare.gov/self-employed/ The Complete Guide to Independent Contractor Taxes: https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/small-business/independent-contractor-tax-guide The 5 Most Effective Teaching Styles (Pros & Cons of Each): https://www.thinkific.com/blog/teaching-styles/ Why Communication Consistency Is Vital To Your Business: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesnycouncil/2018/08/22/why-communication-consistency-is-vital-to-your-business/?sh=2890b16566e0
Mary O'Maley -- our favorite psychic, medium, and Soul Scout -- joins for a special episode of the Good Day Download to discuss Spirit Guides, energy thought-forms, and more.Mary holds an MS in Holistic Health Science and is a Certified Master Hypnotherapist and Hypnotherapy Instructor with International Hypnosis Federation (IHF). She also specializes in Past Life Regression and is on the board of Past Life Research Institute.Learn more about Mary's practices and, in turn, more about yourself by scheduling a reading from Mary on SoulScout.net.Mary O'Maley joins us on the first Monday of each month. If you ever have a question or comment you would like addressed with mary on a future episode, leave us a voicemail at 855.999.DOUG (3684).Find us at GoodDayShow.com.Follow us on social media. Facebook & Instagram - @GoodDayRadioShowTwitter - @GoodDayOnAirThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4342406/advertisement
Maine trial lawyers, Jodi Nofsinger and Susan Faunce join Ben and Rahul to talk about how they have joined together to form a powerhouse trial team and recently won a $6.5 million verdict in a malpractice case in Maine. Jodi and Susan talk about their diverse backgrounds which led them to become trial lawyers and how they have worked together over the years to form one of Maine's most successful trial teams. About Jodi Nofsinger Attorney Jodi Nofsinger represents people who have been harmed by medical malpractice and those who have suffered serious personal injury. With an educational background in medicine and biology, Jodi is the rare attorney who understands both the law and science of the cases she handles. Since joining Berman & Simmons in 1997, Jodi has earned a reputation as a tenacious and effective advocate for her clients. She is a natural competitor who thrives when representing the underdog and holding the powerful accountable. She is also a trailblazer among Maine's trial lawyers. In 2014, Jodi became only the 22nd trial lawyer in Maine—and only the third woman—inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Fellowship is extended to trial lawyers who are master advocates for their clients, and whose careers are distinguished by the highest standards of ethics and professionalism. Jodi learned about the justice system from her mother, a clerk at a federal courthouse in Rockford, IL. Jodi recalls her mother's compassion for people with disabilities who had come to court seeking benefits that were denied by the government. At an early age, Jodi understood that a lawyer can make all the difference for people who have been wronged. “People put themselves in your hands, often after the worst thing that has ever happened to them, and your job is to get them to the end of their case safely, and with the best result possible,” Jodi says. “As a lawyer, you have the privilege and power to make positive change in people's lives. That is the kind of responsibility that makes you want to do better.” Jodi obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology degree as a pre-med undergraduate. Beginning in high school and continuing until she entered the University of Maine School of Law, she worked in the field of biology, where she conducted research in the areas of heart disease, cellular biology, and genetics. Besides her outstanding record of success in medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury cases, Jodi is also well known for her work on civil rights cases, such as the groundbreaking lawsuit brought on behalf of transgender high school student Nicole Maines of Orono, ME. Jodi serves on the board of directors for the ACLU of Maine and the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. About Susan Faunce Since joining Berman & Simmons in 2006, attorney Susan Faunce has represented clients throughout Maine who have been harmed by personal injury and medical negligence. She currently leads the firm's mass tort practice, which involves dangerous drug and medical device litigation, and works on medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. Susan is motivated by compassion for her clients and an interest in medicine. From a young age, Susan knew she wanted to become a lawyer, in hopes of making a significant impact on people's lives. Today she is one of Maine's leading personal injury attorneys and has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, and Benchmark Litigation. “I was raised by a single mother who spoke limited English and I lived in an underdeveloped country as a young adult,” Susan says. “These experiences have taught me to be courageous, resourceful, and persistent. I understand that every case carries both legal and emotional aspects, and I believe every client should have a strong advocate who will work tirelessly to successfully resolve their case.” Susan is a graduate of Bowdoin College where she majored in Government Studies and Asian Studies. After college she worked as a paralegal on high-profile intellectual property cases at a major Boston law firm. She joined the Peace Corps and served in Morocco, teaching English to local high school students and French to women in the community. Susan chose to return home to Maine and earned her law degree from the University of Maine School of Law. Susan serves as the Androscoggin County representative on the Maine State Bar Association Board of Governors and as President of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. She is also a board member of the Maine Justice Foundation and the Robbie Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides funding for adaptive equipment and therapies for special needs children.
William closes the three part "Head, Heart and Hands" series with a session about how to form healthier habits. He also ties all three parts of the series together by showing how greater awareness of our mindsets, ability to process emotions and habits empower to live more wisely. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/william-boyd55/support
Sr Maria Catherine was looking for Truth in the wrong places when she started practicing witchcraft as girl. But she found her way out of the darkness and into the Dominican Order; today she teaches theology and literature at JSerra High School in California. We talk about that journey and about the challenges facing young people today, the generation we are both teaching. In the second half of the program we talk about her favorite movie, which I just watched for the first time, Babette's Feast. Babette's Feast (Gabriel Axel, 1987) on Wikipedia and IMDB. Babette's Feast trailer. Mark Le Fanu's article: Babette's Feast: “Mercy and Truth Have Met Together,” June 22, 2013, Criterion.com. Sr. Maria Catherine on the faculty page at JSerra High School. Sr. Maria Catherine on the JSerra Podcast. Sr. Maria Catherine on the Lumen Ecclesia podcast. Rich Meyer, director of JSerra High School, on Almost Good Catholics, episode 45: Education in the World not of the World: A School Director and Father Talks about Forming the Whole Child Ronald Reagan's joke about the atheist and the cook. King David, Psalm 23 Krzysztof Odyniec is a historian of Medieval and Early Modern Europe; he is also the host of the 'Almost Good Catholics' podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Have you ever taken care of your brothers and sisters? Do you know someone who has? When parents cannot take care of their children, sometimes an older brother or sister takes this responsibility. Adam Navis and Katy Blake tell about families where a brother or sister becomes a parent to their siblings.Download our app for Android at http://bit.ly/spotlight-androidDownload our app for iOS at http://bit.ly/spotlight-appleFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/spotlightradioAre you learning English? Are you looking for a way to practice your English? Listen to Spotlight to learn about people and places all around the world. You can learn English words, and even practice English by writing a comment.isit our website to hear programs in English: Website: http://spotlightenglish.com/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4065149/advertisement
TODAY'S GUEST Today, I'm speaking to Richard D. Bartlett, aka Rich Decibels. During the Occupy movement in 2011, Rich caught a glimpse of a different way of being together — more compassionate, more intelligent, more creative, inclusive, and animating than he'd experienced as a student worker or citizen up to that point. Since then, he's been on a mission. In 2012 he co-founded Loomio, a digital tool for deliberation and decision-making in groups of 3-300 people. In 2016 he co-founded The Hum, a management consultancy for organizations without managers. The Hum has recently published an online training course that shares what they know about working in highly decentralized organizations. Rich is also a Director and longstanding member of Enspiral — a network of people supporting each other to grow up and to get paid for doing meaningful work. Rich has a daily writing practice. He writes about how people work together, at any scale, from relationships, to organizations, to social change, and he's prolific on Twitter and on Medium. His fascinating book (currently in beta) is called Patterns for Decentralized Organizing and can be downloaded from Leanpub. EPISODE SUMMARY In this conversation we talk about: How growing up in a strict fundamentalist Christian upbringing, and decoupling from that, shaped his outlook. His complex relationship with atheism and religion today. How he discovered love and solidarity in activism. Technologies of organizing. Forming decentralized decision-making processes. Nihilism in the face of dysfunction as a form of cowardice. Loomio, and collective decision-making software. Status and hierarchy. Shifting culture through fermentation. And the concept of stewardship. We spoke in mid-June 2022, and I was excited to talk to Rich since he's been introduced to me by Daniel Thorson, whom I interviewed here in episode 10. I've been following his writing on Twitter and find the idea of decentralized work and collaboration fascinating, exciting, and challenging. It's perhaps the greatest question of our time: now that we're all connected and have incredible tools of self-organization, how can we make better decisions together? How can we outcompete centralized organizations? And how can we benefit from the wonderful richness of so many brains without descending into chaos, nihilism and mob rule? This conversation is one of a dozen or so weekly conversations that we already have lined up for you with thinkers, designers, makers, authors, entrepreneurs, and activists who are working to change our world for the better. So follow this podcast on your favorite podcast app, or head over to RemakePod.org to subscribe. And now let's jump right in with Richard D. Bartlett. TIMESTAMP CHAPTERS [5:23] Life in the Present [8:07] Early Childhood Community [10:33] A Complex Religious Journey [18:37] The Occupy Movement [23:45] A Transformational Insight [28:21] Cowardice and Courage [30:40] Membership Groups [35:16] Intersecting Communities [41:06] Status and Hierarchy [44:35] Fermenting the Right Culture [48:21] The Stewardship System [51:58] A Short Sermon EPISODE LINKS Richard's Links
Sr Maria Catherine was looking for Truth in the wrong places when she started practicing witchcraft as girl. But she found her way out of the darkness and into the Dominican Order; today she teaches theology and literature at JSerra High School in California. We talk about that journey and about the challenges facing young people today, the generation we are both teaching. In the second half of the program we talk about her favorite movie, which I just watched for the first time, Babette's Feast. Babette's Feast (Gabriel Axel, 1987) on Wikipedia and IMDB. Babette's Feast trailer. Mark Le Fanu's article: Babette's Feast: “Mercy and Truth Have Met Together,” June 22, 2013, Criterion.com. Sr. Maria Catherine on the faculty page at JSerra High School. Sr. Maria Catherine on the JSerra Podcast. Sr. Maria Catherine on the Lumen Ecclesia podcast. Rich Meyer, director of JSerra High School, on Almost Good Catholics, episode 45: Education in the World not of the World: A School Director and Father Talks about Forming the Whole Child Ronald Reagan's joke about the atheist and the cook. King David, Psalm 23 Krzysztof Odyniec is a historian of Medieval and Early Modern Europe; he is also the host of the 'Almost Good Catholics' podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As a former Division 1 basketball captain, Jennifer learned leadership and resilience, skills she took with her as she pursued her law degree and eventually, her career in financial planning. Starting out as an advisor to others, Jen eventually formed, ran and sold her very successful practice. She is now the Chief Experience Officer and Partner at WestPoint Financial group, one of the largest advisory firms in the midwest. Jennifer loves to solve problems and she loves getting to know the people she works with, mostly so that she can help them succeed. In this podcast, Jennifer emphasizes the importance of emotional intelligence and managing your emotions at work. She talks about how vital patience and resilience are to being a good employee. But Jennifer's ultimate superpower? Her competitive nature. She says her athletic background has helped her deal with the complexity of her career. On a personal note, Jennifer has had challenges with her health that led her to making self-care a priority. She balances pushing herself and meeting her goals with getting plenty of sleep and exercise. She doesn't really believe in work/life balance but rather finding a perfect imbalance. This podcast is a wealth of insight and inspiration we've just touched on here, so join us as Jennifer shares her wisdom with us in this podcast. Highlights: [03:35] Jennifer's professional timeline [07:28] What she's learned at work to be a better mom [08:24] Lessons learned [11:51] What to do when you get knocked down [13:27] Her super power: competitiveness [15:19] Division 1 background in basketball [18:18] Great advice about being an introvert [19:50] Importance of community [22:31] The key to gaining clarity about career [24:23] Being goal oriented [26:15] What she wants her kids to know [28:53] Jennifer's daily habits [30:11] Taking risks [31:37] Forming a personal cabinet [33:46] Modern communication and relationships [35:50] Overcoming fears and limiting beliefs [38:42] A typical day in Jennifer's life [41:51] Finding mentors and sponsors [45:24] Looking back and moving forward [48:04] Lightning Round Questions Quotes: “I always think, what else can we do better?” – Jennifer des Groseilliers “Community develops over time because you have common interests and common activities you want to do together.” – Jennifer des Groseilliers “I have discovered for myself there is no work-life balance. There's just perfect imbalance at any given time.” – Jennifer des Groseilliers Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you? - “Fast. Feast. Repeat.” by Gin Stephens What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying? - "Left foot, right foot, breathe, repeat." Pat Summitt What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself? - Competitive What is one change you've implemented that made your life better? - Intermittent fasting. What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage? - "No Roots" by Alice Merton About Jennifer des Groseilliers: Jennifer des Groseilliers has achieved many of her life goals, yet she has found her greatest success in helping others. A lawyer, award-winning financial service provider, wife, mother of three, and former Division 1 basketball captain, Jen is most proud of knowing that she has motivated and inspired others to succeed. After practicing law for three years, Jen was drawn to financial planning as a way to make a positive impact on people's lives. In 2001, she joined Ameriprise and discovered that her legal training provided her with keen insights into financial markets, tax ramifications of financial decisions, and financial planning strategies. She quickly distinguished herself as a top financial advisor. The coaching and motivational skills she discovered as an athlete translated to business, and soon she was helping other advisors achieve similar success. Fast-forward to today, Jennifer is now a Partner at WestPoint Financial Group (WPFG). She leads the Investment Department, Compliance, Practice Development and Financial Planning. Jen is also the owner of Comprehensive Financial Concepts (CFC), which is a Property and Casualty specialty company located in the greater Chicagoland area. Her experience as CEO & General Agent of Mass Mutual Illinois Agency, helped propel her into her current role when three independent financial services firms operating as general agencies of MassMutual announced they merged to into WestPoint Financial Group. This created one of the largest insurance and wealth management firms in the Midwest. The firm's strength and differentiator lie in the diverse backgrounds, experience and specializations of its 400+ financial service representatives and an unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional client service. Relentless in pursuing her vision of being an inspiring leader, Jen seeks those who share in her core values: integrity, intelligence, work ethic, and inclusivity. Her top priority is to foster an environment where her team have the support, guidance, and tools necessary to succeed. In doing so, she has built a culture that values diversity, excellence and collaboration. Jen's capabilities as both a financial advisor and leader have won her the accolades of clients, company representatives, and industry experts. She is a cum laude graduate of the New England School of Law and received her Bachelor of Arts from State University of New York Buffalo. Jennifer also holds Series 7, 24, 66, 4 and 51 FINRA licenses. Jen and her spouse live in Glenview, Illinois with their three children. She enjoys hot yoga, biking, cooking and making memories with her family. Links: LinkedIn URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferadesgroseilliers/
Scott gives his thoughts on the fast fashion industry and how the industry is inherently unsustainable. He then speaks about female leadership, specifically how women can speak up in the business world. He wraps up with a discussion on male friendship. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Looking for games to play with your kids while riding in the car? You could play the classic car ride games like "I Spy" OR you could press play on this podcast for a total family entertainment experience! This episode is packed with games that will help kids have fun while they ride in the car while also helping them develop communication skills, improve listening skills, and use their brains to think creatively! Plus, it's perfect for long car rides or any other time you need to keep your kids engaged and entertained. Download it today and let your kids have some fun while they learn! Game Concepts in this episode: Creative ways to name different kinds of food Listening and Identifying everyday sounds Listing things within a category Forming and sharing opinions Quick thinking word association I hope your kids have the best time playing these games! Turn this episode on during your next car ride or while you're hanging out at home through a bluetooth speaker. LINKS: Click here to get on the waitlist and be the first one to know when The Great Family Road Trip is ready. ALONG FOR THE RIDE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thejjcampbell_/ EPISODE LISTENING GUIDE: https://www.alongfortheride.info/blog/games-for-kids-to-play-in-the-car
CSB Director CB Bhattacharya is joined from Pittsburgh, PA by Leslie S. Hyde, the Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer for Koppers Inc, a global provider of treated wood products, carbon compounds, and chemicals. In the episode, Leslie and Prof. Bhattacharya discuss: • Forming cross functional research teams on sustainability solutions • Using "waste" materials to create new products • Applying a zero-harm lens to practices for safety for all This podcast cannot happen without our wonderful listeners, let us know what you think and what you want from next season in our survey: https://bit.ly/csbpodsurvey Sign up for our next event: Navigating Climate Regulations for Small and Medium Businesses | June 8, 12:00-1:00 PM Eastern: https://bit.ly/climatesmb Sign up to receive bi-weekly episodes right to your inbox: https://bit.ly/csbpodcastemail Submit your "Sustaining Sustainability" feedback and/or questions: https://bit.ly/csbpodcastfeedback This episode was researched, recorded, edited, and produced by Prof. CB Bhattacharya and CSB Team of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Sustainable Business: www.sustainablebusiness.pitt.edu Music: "Lively" by Dee Yan-Key From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC SA creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcod
In this week's episode, Biggby Coffee cofounder Michael J. McFall explains that for your operation to be completely sustainable, it needs to be able to run well even without you at the helm. To do that, you need to recruit expert talent who can help you bring your enterprise to the next level. Listen to Mike's interview to learn the secrets to creating a business culture that attracts top talent, why good leadership hinges on trust and integrity, and when to pass your leadership role to your management team. Be sure to check out our show notes at staypaidpodcast.com for more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode. Connect | Resources Website: Biggby.com · Books: Grind: A No-Bullsh*t Approach to Take Your Business from Concept to Cash Flow and Grow: Take Your Business From Chaos to Calm · LinkedIn: Michael J. McFall We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an advertising program designed to provide a means for ReminderMedia to earn a small fee by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. 0:30 Introduction 1:16 Moving from an entrepreneur to an effective leader 4:25 Growing new leaders 5:00 The timeline for developing a leader 7:15 How to let go and let leader's fail 13:00 Forming a board to oversee a management team 14:45 Recruiting high-caliber talent 17:00 What does culture mean 20:12 Building trust and relationships with your team 25:50 Why write a book? 29:00 Impactful books 34:10 Action Item Want to see how we can help with your marketing? Visit: https://www.remindermedia.com/StayPaidMarketing Want to learn more about how we can help you get more referrals? Visit: https://remindermedia.com/staypaidmagazine/