Friends of the Rosary: Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal is commemorated today. We recall when Our Lady appeared to St. Catherine Labouré and revealed to her the images of the miraculous medal. In the year 1830, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Labouré, a Daughter of Charity in Paris, and told her that God had a mission for her. The Holy Virgin held her hands outstretched in the manner of a loving mother. On her fingers were rings with gems that emitted rays of light. She told St. Catherine: "These rays symbolize the graces I shed upon those who ask for them. The gems from which rays do not fall are the graces for which souls forget to ask." Framing the image in an oval were the words, "O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee." St. Catherine then saw an image of an M upon which was a cross. Underneath the M was Our Lord's heart crowned with thorns and Our Lady's heart pierced by a sword. Surrounding this image were 12 stars. Upon the globe at her feet, Mary stood atop the serpent's head. The Blessed Virgin instructed St. Catherine to have a medal made of these images, and she promised many graces to all who wore it. Ave Maria!Jesus, I Trust In You!St. Catherine Labouré, Pray for Us! To Jesus through Mary! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • November 27, 2023, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET
Rabatte! Rabatte! Rabatte! Alle machen das gleiche am #Blackfriday. Gleiche Botschaften. Gleicher Stil. Dein Angebot geht damit ziemlich unter. Aber das muss nicht sein. Podcastfolge bei OMR mit mir: https://www.podcast.de/episode/587310109/black-friday-spezial-verkaufspsychologie-mit-matthias-niggehoff Artikel in der Zeit: https://www.zeit.de/geld/2023-11/black-friday-einzelhandel-konsum-preisreduktion
In this episode, Tudor welcomes climate scientist Patrick Brown to discuss the biases in scientific publishing and media coverage of climate change. Brown reveals that high-profile scientific journals tend to favor studies supporting the mainstream narrative of the Paris Agreement and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. They also discuss the need for practical solutions to current issues, such as wildfires, alongside long-term climate stabilization efforts. Brown criticizes the narrow focus on negative climate impacts in literature and media, advocating for a broader perspective that includes the benefits of fossil fuel use and potential alternative solutions. Despite facing backlash, Brown emphasizes the importance of presenting different strategies and considering all alternatives for a cleaner energy transition. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Tudor welcomes climate scientist Patrick Brown to discuss the biases in scientific publishing and media coverage of climate change. Brown reveals that high-profile scientific journals tend to favor studies supporting the mainstream narrative of the Paris Agreement and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. They also discuss the need for practical solutions to current issues, such as wildfires, alongside long-term climate stabilization efforts. Brown criticizes the narrow focus on negative climate impacts in literature and media, advocating for a broader perspective that includes the benefits of fossil fuel use and potential alternative solutions. Despite facing backlash, Brown emphasizes the importance of presenting different strategies and considering all alternatives for a cleaner energy transition. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Das Baader-Meinhof Phänomen im Marketing nutzen - Mehr Kunden gewinnen Du willst dir ein neues Auto kaufen und plötzlich siehst du das Auto überall in der Stadt? Du hast Hunger und plötzlich siehst du überall Restaurants? Genau das ist das Phänomen. In der Folge zeige ich dir, wie du es für dein Marketing nutzt.
Dr. Kirk Parsley, former Navy SEAL turned physician, discusses the importance of sleep, shares tips for better rest, and highlights the negative effects of inadequate sleep. Get ready for a wild ride as Erin and Laura sit down with the one and only Dr. Kirk Parsley "the sleep guy." In this episode, they uncover the fascinating journey of a former Navy Seal turned MD, whose unique perspective makes him the go-to expert on everything sleep and stress-related. In this episode, Kirk gives us a dive deep into the realm of stress-busting strategies with a touch of Doc Parsley's signature humor. Discover why he's not just a sleep specialist but also an entertaining storyteller who brings a whole new vibe to the science of snoozing and some unexpected sleep hacks. During this conversation, Kirk discusses his journey from Navy SEAL to physician and his work with SEALs. He also shares tips for improving sleep, emphasizing the importance of rest, and highlighting the negative impact of inadequate sleep. Dr. Kirk Parsley is generous with his valuable insights, practical tips, and inspiring stories that will leave you feeling empowered to prioritize your sleep and take steps toward improving your overall health and well-being. Episode Overview: 0:00:00 Introducing Dr. Kirk Parsley, the sleep expert 0:04:03 From Physical Therapy Student to Medical School 0:12:17 Exploring the Impact of Sleep and Substance Use 0:14:49 From Sleep to Voodoo Medicine: Military Troubles 0:18:35 The Metabolic Health of Navy Seals 0:24:18 Basic training pressure and unhealthy eating habits 0:28:09 Psychological impact of military training on decision-making and values 0:31:37 The leadership's response to concerns about sleep deprivation in SEAL training 0:35:33 Master Coach Certification Program for Health Coaches 0:36:32 The struggle with psychology and broken Western medicine 0:45:08 The Power of Testimonials and Raving Fans 0:47:22 The Value of Expertise: Priceless Education vs. $1,500 Offer 0:49:00 The Power of Framing the Value of Health Coaching 0:52:09 Changing Habits and Achieving Long-Term Goals 0:57:00 The Complexity of Behavior Change and Health 1:00:52 The Power of Sleep in Transforming Lives 1:05:10 Shifting mindset to improve sleep quality and consistency 1:11:24 Managing Stress: To-Do List vs. Worry List 1:15:33 Filling the Eight-Hour Recovery Period with Sleep 1:16:44 Setting up a URL for the podcast 1:17:15 How to Access Doc Parsley's Work --- Health Coach Radio is a podcast that dives deep into the world of health and fitness coaching, brought to you by Primal Health Coach Institute, founded by the renowned Mark Sisson. Join your hosts, Erin and Laura, both proud graduates of Primal Health Coach Institute, as they share inspiring stories and expert insights on elevating your coaching practice. If you're curious about transforming your life through the power of health and/or fitness coaching, visit primalhealthcoach.com. Discover the transformative journey of Primal living and explore how Primal Health Coach Institute can empower you to make a real impact on people's lives.
Tis the season for gathering with the important people in our lives. Let us take a moment and remember how to have purposeful, heart-centered conversations. What am I really trying to accomplish here? Are we on the same page? Am I leading with love and empathy or am I igniting the fuse? Learn three points for how to frame important conversations as we explore these questions and more in this episode of Design Yourself. Links and Resources: To book your 1:1 Vision Reading: https://pointroadstudios.com/product/vision-reading/ For show notes visit: https://pointroadstudios.com/podcast/relationships-and-framing-conversations To connect on Linked In: @Sharon Lipovsky @Point Road Studios To connect on Instagram: @pointroadstudios Rate, Review & Subscribe to the podcast on Apple & Spotify
Das Copywriting-Geheimrezept - Spiegel Bestseller Autor Youri Keifens im Talk Die sieben Zutaten für überzeugende und verkaufsstarke Werbetexte Hier. bestellen: https://www.amazon.de/Das-Copywriting-Geheimrezept-%C3%BCberzeugende-verkaufsstarke-Werbetexte/dp/3868819452/ "Besser schreiben lernen und erfolgreiche Texte verfassen – mit der richtigen Anleitung und praktischen Tipps vom Profitexter. Mit seinen Copywriting-Kursen hat Youri Keifens bereits Hunderten Teilnehmern dabei geholfen, überzeugende und verkaufsstarke Texte zu verfassen. Der Profitexter liefert das »Geheimrezept«: eine leicht verständliche Anleitung, die für jede Textart funktioniert und die zeigt, wie ein guter Text aufgebaut sein sollte – vom gelungenen Einstieg bis hin zum letzten Schliff, über das »Was« zum »Wie«. Keifens gibt Tipps, wie man Schreibblockaden überwindet, sich nicht zu sehr in Details verliert und Leser überzeugt. Zudem präsentiert er seine eigene »Heldenliste«, in der er unverbrauchte und besonders ausdrucksstarke »Power-Wörter« vorstellt. Mit diesen hilfreichen Tipps und Tricks lassen sich schnell und erfolgreich Texte für Verkauf, Website und vieles mehr kreieren." ▶️ Unsere Social Media Kanälen für mehr verkaufspsychologische Tipps: LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3LaU7w4 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/matthiasniggehoff/ Exklusive Facebook-Gruppe: https://bit.ly/3DjzrjJ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matthiasniggehoff YouTube: https://bit.ly/3DslY9m _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_- IFV - “Institut für Verkaufspsychologie” hat den Firmensitz in Aachen. Wir unterstützen Unternehmen erfolgreich im Bereich psychologisch fundiertes Marketing. Geschäftsführer Matthias Niggehoff und Dr. René Delpy setzen sich mit der Verkaufspsychologie seit über 10 Jahren auseinander. Sie wissen, wie wichtig der psychologische Teil im Online Marketing ist. Marketing ist für alle ein gängiger Begriff, Themen wie: Trigger, Framing, Copywriting, Neuroprofiling, Preispsychologie und vieles mehr sind für viele Unternehmen ein Fremdwort. Diese Begriffe sind für den Umsatz ausschlaggebend. Das Motto von Matthias: Menschen kaufen von Menschen! Das Medium wo und die Art und Weise wie der Mensch kauft, das wird sich ständig ändern. Der psychologische Teil des Menschen, welcher tief in der DNA sitzt, wird sich nie ändern! Viele Dinge aus der Psychologie nehmen wir unbewusst wahr. Dies aktiv im Business zu nutzen, sind die Tricks hinter der Verkaufspsychologie. Nur wer seine Kunden kennt, ist definitiv im Vorteil. Mit der Geheimzutat Verkaufspsychologie wirst Du sofortige Unterschiede im Bereich Umsatz sehen.
Join us as we delve into another true crime case this week in a neighboring suburb, just south of Denver in the state of Colorado. Just a few miles away from the bustling mountain metropolis is a community with abundant beautiful landscape for outdoor recreation. It's a family-friendly community that's also steeped in the rich cultural history of the Gold Rush era and the indigenous people that inhabited the land long before settlers came westward. But of course even the most charming suburban community can become the backdrop for a chilling crime. Still, unlike neighboring Columbine, a community that is sadly no stranger to tragedy, Littleton is rarely center stage for major headline news. Or, it was - that is, until the mysterious disappearance of Charlene Voight, who was reported missing by her family in Littleton, Colorado on July 8th 2016. As we unravel the details of the case surrounding her disappearance we ponder over how our minds search, and often find, eerie connections in the most disparate of circumstances. Like the discovery of a World War II veteran's dog tags in the Grand River. Get engrossed in our discussion about Charlene's tumultuous and troubling relationship with her partner, Jeffrey. The story takes a hair-raising turn as we we examine Jeffrey's suspicious activities, including his unnerving trip to a landfill that set off alarm bells for investigators. Nothing could prepare us for the the most shocking aspect of the case to date. Jeffrey went on to live a double life after his dramatic escape to Russia, which adds a whole new dimension to this puzzling case. Finally, we take a look at the complex issues surrounding international law and extradition, as well as Jeffrey's claims of political persecution in his desperate bid to gain asylum. Tune in for an episode filled with intrigue, mystery, tarot, and the occasional canine story even when they're sad. This week we shared the podcast You're Creeping Me Out!--------- EPISODE KEYWORDS ---------Charlene Voight, Littleton, Denver, Aurora, Colorado, Jeffrey, Wells Fargo, Butterfly-Shaped Birthmark, Surveillance Footage, Extradition, Political Persecution, International law, Conspiracy Theories, Tarot Readings, I-76 Gas Stations, Landfill, Trigger Warning, Interpol Database, Asylum, Russia, Framing, Toby, chihuahua, endangered missing, Arapahoe County.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/5955451/advertisement
Curse of Politics was created by Air Quotes Media with support from our presenting sponsor TELUS, as well as CN Rail. David Herle, Scott Reid, Jordan Leichnitz and Kory Teneycke provide insights on the latest in Canadian politics. Plus, our weekly segments #Clippings + #HeyYou!Thank you for joining us on #CurseOfPolitics. Please take a moment to give us a rating and review on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts or your favourite podcast app.Watch conversations from Curse of Politics via Air Quotes Media on YouTube.
James Druckman studies how political messages can shape people's opinions. He is maybe best known for his work on framing issues as a strategic communication strategy. He also has a recent paper on "a framework for the study of persuasion," which organizes the many variables that matter for persuasion.For a transcript of this episode, visit this episode's page at: http://opinionsciencepodcast.com/episodes/Learn more about Opinion Science at http://opinionsciencepodcast.com/ and follow @OpinionSciPod on Twitter.
Friend of the podcast, Cuthbert of @SSN_Army joins to podcast again to discuss whether sustained success in Commander-In-Chief Trophy games is enough to secure the job of an Army head coach. We also discuss how the balancing the importance of CIC games and success in the AAC. Follow SSN_Army on Twitter!: https://twitter.com/SSN_Army
Der November offenbart die Zweifel, die in uns schlummern. Es wird offensichtlich, wie die Stimmen im Außen ein neues Framing sichtbar machen. Nun wird die Macht der Spiritualität zu einem Hindernis - so kommen doch immer Menschen wieder zu ihrem wahren Wesenskern zurück. Da macht es doch Sinn, dieses Potenzial mit Scham und Sünde zu belegen und im Menschen wieder Zweifel zu sähen um Energien in bestimmte Bahnen zu lenken.Mein Apell: finde Deine Definition und gesunde Balance in einem feinstofflichen Feld, was Deine Realität kreiert. Welchen Wolf fütterst Du gerade? ❤️ Herzlichst, Deine Yvonne // Yvonne bei YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@YvonneGerdau // Yvonne bei Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YvonneGerdau.FemaleSpiritCoach // Yvonne bei Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yvonne_gerdau // Yvonnes Website: https://www.yvonnegerdau.de //
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We speak with Hedy N. Chang of Attendance Works, who describes the long-term impact on student success of chronic absence in all grades. Framing chronic absence as a truancy issue can increase alienation from school. Distinctions between excused and unexcused absences can unfairly penalize low-income students and students of color. Chronic absence rates may hit 40% this year. Ms. Chang discusses relationship-based strategies for mitigating absenteeism.
In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, you'll hear from guest Meghaan Lurtz, a finance and psychology expert, who is dedicated to improving communication skills, particularly in the context of difficult conversations surrounding money. She believes that the challenge lies not in the topic itself, but in what it represents in society and the shame associated with it. Meghaan's passion lies in helping individuals become skilled communicators who can ask thoughtful questions that support and connect with others. Through her work as a professor, she has witnessed the transformative power of asking questions in various settings, including personal relationships and financial planning. Meghaan emphasizes the importance of follow-up questions, which not only enhance understanding but also make individuals more likable. She also highlights the significance of phrasing questions in a way that promotes safety and avoids confrontations. By focusing on effective communication strategies, Meghaan aims to improve relationships and foster deeper connections among individuals. In this episode: Discover the small changes in communication style that can have a significant impact on your interactions. Enhance relationships and deepen understanding through the power of asking thoughtful questions. Utilize body language and posture to create a positive and receptive atmosphere for effective communication. Deepen connections and understanding by using techniques such as reflection, labeling, and scaling questions. Understand the importance of establishing a strong and safe relationship before offering advice or solutions. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, In this episode, Melina Palmer introduces Megaan Lurtz, a writer and senior research associate who specializes in the intersection of finance and psychology. Meghaan shares her expertise on communication skills and the challenges of discussing money. 00:04:06 - Why People Hate Talking About Money, Meghaan explains that money is a difficult topic to discuss due to the various emotions and judgments associated with it. People often feel shame or judgment when talking about their financial situation, making it a taboo subject. 00:06:09 - The Power of Scaling Questions, Scaling questions are a powerful tool for communication. Meghaan describes how scaling questions can be used to gauge someone's feelings or experiences on a scale of 1 to 10 and then follow up with why they didn't choose a lower number. This technique helps shift the focus to positive aspects and improves overall communication. 00:09:40 - The Impact of Follow-Up Questions, Meghaan shares a study conducted on speed daters, which found that the most significant factor in securing a second date was asking engaging follow-up questions. Follow-up questions that keep the conversation focused on the other person make individuals more likable and improve connections. 00:14:44 - The Importance of Listening, Active listening is crucial for effective communication. Meghaan emphasizes the importance of genuinely listening to others, without distractions or interruptions. 00:15:13 - The Power of Communication, The way we communicate can have a significant impact on how others respond to us. Small changes in our communication style can lead to either a positive or contentious response. Nonverbal cues, such as body language and posture, also play a crucial role in effective communication. 00:16:38 - Finding the Right Balance, Communication styles differ from person to person, and it's important to find the right balance that works for each individual. Experimenting and testing different approaches can help determine what feels comfortable and yields the best response. 00:18:41 - Asking Interesting Questions, The way we ask questions can make a significant difference in the depth of communication. Simple changes, like asking follow-up questions that reflect genuine interest, can lead to more meaningful and engaging conversations. 00:22:43 - Getting to the Deeper Meaning, Rather than sticking to surface-level facts, it's essential to delve deeper into the meaning and feelings behind people's responses. By asking reflective questions and exploring emotions, we can create stronger connections and foster better understanding. 00:26:18 - The Importance of Connection, Building strong connections is crucial in all relationships, whether personal or professional. Without a solid foundation and safe space for communication, advice and recommendations may not be effectively received or acted upon. Communication and connection go hand in hand. 00:30:22 - The Importance of Questions in Communication, Questions serve a purpose beyond just seeking answers. They can help create a more comfortable and open conversation, leading to deeper connections and understanding between people. 00:31:32 - The Power of Communication in Healing, Research has shown that individuals with positive relationships heal faster when faced with physical injuries. Good communication, expressing love and care, can make us superhuman and have a significant impact on our well-being. 00:34:00 - The Value of Teaching Communication Skills, Instead of focusing solely on academic subjects, teaching communication skills such as asking open-ended questions, reflective listening, and labeling can be more useful in improving relationships and changing lives. 00:36:02 - Effective Questioning Techniques, Mirroring, where you repeat back what the person said, and labeling, where you identify and reflect their emotions, are powerful questioning techniques that show genuine interest and encourage further conversation. 00:38:20 - The Impact of Questions on Energy and Focus, Questions can influence where people direct their attention and effort. By encouraging others to focus on positive aspects or different perspectives, we can help shift energy and improve relationships and outcomes. 00:45:04 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Connect with Meghaan: Follow Meghaan on Twitter Follow Meghaan on LinkedIn Meghaan's Faculty Page at Columbia Learn and Support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: A More Beautiful Question, by Warren Berger Listen Like You Mean It, by Ximena Vengoechea The Hype Handbook, by Michael F. Schein You're Invited! by Jon Levy Magic Words, by Jonah Berger Top Recommended Next Episode: A More Beautiful Question, with Warren Berger (ep 340) Already Heard That One? Try These: Common Mistakes in Personal Finance, with Chuck Howard (ep 213) Mental Accounting (ep 282) Why Every Business Needs to Care About Personal Finances (ep 283) A More Just Future, with Dolly Chugh (ep 247) Hype: What It Is And Why You Need More Of It (ep 143) Magic Words, by Jonah Berger (ep 301) Can Behavioral Economics Increase Savings? (ep 65) Having Difficult Conversations at Work, with Kwame Christian (ep 107) The Power of Human Connection, with Nick Epley (ep 265) Framing (ep 296) You're Invited! with Jon Levy (ep 348) How To Ethically Influence People, with Brian Ahearn (ep 104) Other Important Links: Brainy Bites - Melina's LinkedIn Newsletter
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In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, you'll hear an insightful interview with Warren Berger, an expert in the power of questioning. Warren's exploration of design thinking led him to delve into the origins of breakthrough innovations, startups, and the role of questioning in driving them. His books, A More Beautiful Question and The Book of Beautiful Questions, provide frameworks and examples for using questioning effectively in different domains of life. Warren emphasizes the importance of questioning in education, business, relationships, and leadership. He highlights the transformative power of asking beautiful questions, which can lead to continuous learning, innovation, and deeper connections with others. By embracing questioning, individuals and organizations can unlock their full potential and lead a path of growth and discovery. In this episode: Unleash your potential and drive personal and professional growth by harnessing the power of questioning. Discover how questioning plays a vital role in design thinking and innovation, and unlock new possibilities in your creative endeavors. Ignite exploration and creativity by asking beautiful questions that inspire curiosity and push the boundaries of what is possible. Foster continuous improvement and engagement by incorporating mission questions into your personal and professional life. Learn how questioning can enhance interpersonal relationships, problem-solving, and lead to deeper connections and understanding. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, Introduction to the podcast episode and the guest, Warren Berger, who is an expert in questioning and author of the book A More Beautiful Question. 00:01:23 - Importance of Questioning, Warren discusses the importance of questioning and how it is a powerful tool for problem-solving and decision-making. He emphasizes that questioning should be recognized as a field of study and incorporated into education and business training. 00:04:29 - Questioning and Design Thinking, Warren explains his background in writing about design thinking and how it led him to explore the role of questioning in problem-solving. He highlights that designers and successful business leaders are often skilled questioners. 00:07:06 - Researching Questions, Warren shares his research approach, which involves studying how different fields and professionals use questioning. He mentions sources such as Harvard Business Review and Psychology Today, and notes that there are few books dedicated solely to questioning. 00:10:47 - The Challenge of Writing about Questions, Warren discusses the challenge of expanding the topic of questioning from a chapter in a book to multiple books. He emphasizes the limitless depth and breadth of the subject and his commitment to exploring it fully. 00:15:26 - The Power of Questioning, Warren discusses how questioning leads to breakthroughs and innovation, emphasizing that many innovations start with a simple question. He introduces his first book, which explores the general concept of questioning with a focus on innovation. 00:16:16 - Questioning in Different Areas, Warren explains that people approach questioning from different angles depending on their interests. He highlights the relationships between questioning and creativity, decision-making, relationships with others, and leadership. Businesses are recognizing the importance of leaders who can ask insightful questions. 00:17:31 - The Book of Beautiful Questions, Warren's second book delves into four key areas where questioning is relevant: creativity, leadership, relationships, and decision-making. He offers examples of useful questions in each area and encourages readers to come up with their own. 00:18:31 - Questioning in Education, Warren's third book, targeted at educators, focuses on how to encourage students to ask more questions. He emphasizes the importance of engaging students' curiosity and creating a classroom environment where questioning is encouraged. 00:21:02 - Modeling Questioning Behavior, Warner discusses the importance of modeling questioning behavior, both for teachers and parents. He explains that demonstrating a balance of confidence and humility as a questioner can inspire others and create a more approachable leadership style. Intellectual curiosity is a valuable trait for both leaders and learners. 00:30:45 - The Three Types of Questions, The three types of questions are why, what if, and how. These questions work together in a cycle to push you forward and prevent you from getting stuck. Each question serves a different purpose in the problem-solving process. 00:31:19 - The Importance of the Why Question, The why question helps you understand the problem and its importance. However, it's important not to get trapped in the philosophical stage of constantly asking why. The why question is the first step in the process. 00:31:50 - Moving to the What If Stage, After asking why and gaining an understanding of the problem, it's time to start asking what if. This stage is for brainstorming and speculating on possible solutions. However, it's important not to get stuck in this stage and move on to the next. 00:32:28 - The How Question, The “how” question is about implementation and practicality. It's about figuring out how to solve the problem and get started. This question should be the last step in the process, after understanding the problem and exploring possible solutions. 00:35:30 - The Importance of Spending Time on Each Stage, It's important not to rush through any of the stages. Spending time on each stage ensures that you have a deep understanding of the problem, explore different possibilities, and then figure out how to implement the solution. Don't shortchange any of the stages. 00:44:52 - The Power of Beautiful Questions, Warren discusses the importance of formulating a powerful question that can drive motivation and purpose. He encourages individuals and companies to focus on mission questions rather than mission statements, as questions are ongoing and open-ended. 00:46:14 - Finding Your Beautiful Question, Warren encourages listeners to find their own beautiful question, a question that they can continuously pursue and work on throughout their lives. He also suggests that businesses should have mission questions that drive their purpose and motivate their employees. 00:47:18 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Connect with Warren: WARREN'S WEBSITE WARREN ON TWITTER WARREN ON LINKEDIN Learn and Support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: A More Beautiful Question, by Warren Berger Beautiful Questions in the Classroom, by Warren Berger The Book of Beautiful Questions, by Warren Berger CAD Monkeys, Dinosaur Babies, and T-Shaped People, by Warren Berger Both/And Thinking, by Wendy Smith Top Recommended Next Episode: Questionstorming at KIND (ep 215) Already Heard That One? Try These: Dunning-Kruger Effect (ep 266) What Problem Are You Solving? (ep 126) Framing (ep 296) Questions or Answers (ep 4) Bikeshedding (ep 99) Priming (ep 252) Influence Is Your Superpower with Zoe Chance (ep 308) How Businesses Can Design for Behavior Change, with Amy Bucher (ep 164) You're Invited! with Jon Levy (ep 150) Nudging for Good at Walmart (ep 206) Both/And Thinking, with Wendy Smith (ep 261) Is There a System 3? with Leigh Caldwell (ep 233) What is Cognitive Semiotics? with Sarah Thompson (ep 259) Other Important Links: Brainy Bites - Melina's LinkedIn Newsletter Warren Berger TED Talk: Nurturing the Ability to Question Right Question Institute The Questionologist, Psychology Today Warren Berger Articles, Harvard Business Review
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Bonsai Care Guides are like a cheat sheet! But use them with extreme caution, there are always other considerations that you need to make and I run through them in this podcast. I also chat about the design concept of framing and how it is so strong to draw in the viewer's attention to our trees. And what I believe to be the single most important skill we can develop as tree custodians...patience. To allow your bonsai (and you) to reach your full potential with your design you must have patience. There's also a reminder about Summer preparations while you still have time.Support the showBecome a podcast supporter and show the Bonsai Love (it's really appreciated) ❤️https://www.buzzsprout.com/263290/supportWhere to find Bonsai Matsu:InstagramFacebookYouTube Web
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, two podcasters strapped in for an exciting undertaking… It's been years since we first sat down to analyze the original Star Wars trilogy, one movie at a time; now, we take on the prequels. Framing our conversation about the much-maligned films are questions about the nature of the Force, the balance of politics and fantasy escapism, and recurring narrative conventions. It's like poetry - they rhyme. — Check out our merch store for Midnight Myth, Boomerangerang, Sleep & Sorcery and Wheel of Ka tees and totes! Learn more, view sources and inspiration, and sign up for e-mail updates at www.midnightmyth.com Check out Sleep & Sorcery, Laurel's podcast for fantasy and folklore-inspired bedtime stories. Support on Patreon: patreon.com/sleepandsorcery Twitter Facebook Instagram If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving a rating or review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/midnightmyth/support
In this episode of The AZREIA Show, host Marcus Maloney and co-host Mike Del Prete are joined by special guests Shaun McCloskey and Ron Phillips. Shaun is all about vision works, goal setting, and getting your mind right to perform at a high level. They discuss the importance of planning and preparing for the next year and beyond, and share valuable insights on achieving your ambitions and dreams. Don't miss out on this episode filled with actionable advice and inspiration. Subscribe to our channel for weekly episodes visit AZREIA.org for more information and join the AZREIA Phoenix Monthly Meeting here: https://azreia.org/calendar/ Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for even more great content. Join our community and start making your vision a reality. Key Takeaways: 03:12 Personal and business vision. 06:33 Being a grandparent. 09:56 Building a business and personal vision. 12:57 Starting a business with challenges. 15:13 Making decisions based on vision. 20:57 Business and family priorities. 21:46 Putting a price tag on goals. 26:30 Laser focus in business. 28:10 Focusing on living your vision. 32:34 Identity and separating from business. 36:12 Vacations and work-life balance. 39:10 Treating team like sheep. 43:17 Discovering the right role. 46:28 Shifting mindset and finding clarity. 50:03 Limited space and overwhelming response. Connect with Shaun McCloskey: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaun-mccloskey-5b171b10/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shaun.mccloskey.lb/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shaunmac1223/ Connect with Ron Philips Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-phillips-20648711/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronphillips_/ ---- The Arizona Real Estate Investors Association provides its members the education, market information, support, and networking opportunities that will further the member's ability to successfully invest in Real Estate. Join AZREIA here. Is a Career in Real Estate Right For You? Take AZREIA's Real Estate Investing Entrepreneurial Self-Assessment at
On this week's show Vertical Framing of content is becoming a big thing now. Will this affect how movies and TV are shot? A listener talks about how he solved his parent's remote control problem. We also read your emails, and we had a bunch of good ones. We also take a look at the week's news. News: Disney Expects to Pay Comcast at Least $8.6 Billion to Buy Out Hulu Stake NFL Sunday Ticket price on YouTube TV gets a 50% cut through the rest of the season Roku Reports Solid Growth in Q3 Walmart+ Comes With Free Paramount+, 10 Cents Off Gas, & More For Just $4.16 a Month if You Pay Annually During Its Black Friday Sale Other: Are Dodgers Games On Spectrum SportsNet+ Streaming? Disney's ESPN Challenge: Keeping a Cash Cow From Keeling Over Vertical Framing of content What is Vertical Content? Vertical content is a media type consumed vertically on the screen. It is unlike horizontal content that is seen on desktop computers and television. This content type is a natural progression that stems from the growing popularity of mobile devices. Because more people are using smartphones, which generally have a vertical orientation, they are now browsing content online using the default vertical orientation of mobile devices. Just for Social? Producers understand that some of what is being shot will end up on social media in the form of advertisements. But simply cropping a movie will not yield quality results. Instead, shots are being redone on set with social in mind. To the point where special brackets are made to accommodate flipping a camera on it's side. Right now this is limited to advertisements but what happens if they shoot entire features this way? Dual Framing Someone who's become particularly used to dealing with it is Anna Gudbrands, a London-based cinematographer whose work includes short-form pieces for Relentless, Wonderbra and Zegna's campaign with Jose Mourinho. Gudbrands' recent projects have, she says, heavily involved dual framing. “I've been doing a lot of fashion and skincare in the summer... almost every single job I do now, they want an option for 9:16 which is Instagram, but they want the hero to be 16:9. It's a situation that inevitably involves compromise. Should Studios Start Using Dual Framing in Feature Films? Remote option An Idea from a listener Rob Listening to this week's show and the discussion for a remote that's easy to use, I will mention another option. The Echo Cube, I have it set up for my parents and they love it. They can tell the TV to turn on or off, the Ring doorbell shows up in the corner if someone's at the door, and now after switching to YouTube TV fully they can just tell it to “----tune to ABC'' and it works, with DirecTV it wouldn't always respond correctly to changing channels via voice. I have also upgraded to the premium Echo remote with the 2 programmable buttons along with the 4 standard ones. Now they have quick buttons to the services they use the most, YTTV (button 1), Peacock (button 2) and the ones for Prime, Netflix etc. The other great thing about this option for them is they can just say “Echo watch the Thursday Night game” and it switches over. (I have changed the Cube's name from Alexa to Echo to keep the Kitchen Echo from responding). Honestly the hardest part for them was getting out of the habit of channel numbers and going with channel names-they were so used to “Tune to Channel 7” instead of “tune to ABC'' etc. But now that they have gotten the hang of it they really like it, my Mom has no issue changing to Peacock to watch Days of Our Lives and then changing back to traditional TV. One other note on the remote, if you use the upgraded remote with YTTV you can change channels up/down like linear TV and if you change around your guide to be those you watch most of the time it actually is a nice option. I am personally using an Apple TV that can offer some of these same things, but YTTV hasn't enabled channel changing via a Home Pod so at this point I'd say the Echo beats the Apple TV if you mostly watch traditional TV.
Jim Ramos, founder of Men in the Arena in McMinnville, Oregon, aims to empower men to become their best selves in Christ and make a positive impact on their world. He's a renowned speaker, podcaster, and author with a passion for God's Word and engaging storytelling. Jim's books include Strong Men Dangerous Times and more. He embraces life with courage, following Jesus' promise in John 10:10. He enjoys hunting, fitness, tropical vacations, and meaningful conversations over Cafe Americano. In this episode Jim Ramos and Sathiya discuss: [00:00] The four phases of fatherhood [06:38] Focusing on marriage for the sake of children [06:44] The need for information on fatherhood [09:16] The blame game and victim mentality [09:51] Father wound and father trauma [11:23] Accepting responsibility for one's actions [19:11] Father Fidelis: Showing Up for Your Family [23:47] Sinking Deep Roots: Stability and Security [26:54] Father Figure: Being a Role Model [28:25] The importance of Christian community [29:20] Framing spouses positively [30:18] The impact of fathers as role models [38:00] Phase 1: Father Son/Father Daughter [39:16] Phase 2: Father Asking for Help [40:47] Phase 3: Leisure Time with Adult Children [48:04] The importance of time in fatherhood [48:38] The phases of fatherhood [53:52] Navigating different phases with multiple childrenLearn More About Men in the ArenaFollow Jim on Instagram and also on TwitterBook A Call With Sathiya's TeamFor more Free Resources, check this outFollow Sathiya on Instagram
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Since the war broke out in Israel one month ago today... Israel has been accused of genocide and calls for a ceasefire have been nonstop. But what does Hamas think of the loss of Palestinian life? Jake Tapper from CNN laid out how Hamas is framing the civilian casualties from the war in Gaza using their own words. Boyd breaks down what we learned.
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Seit heute ist es soweit: User können gegen Bezahlung die Werbeanzeigen bei Facebook und Instagram entfernen. Was bedeutet das für Unternehmen, die ADs schalten? Lohnen sich ADs jetzt noch? Wird es teurer? _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, host Melina Palmer dives into the fascinating world of behavioral economics and its application in Peloton's marketing success. As a marketing expert, Melina understands the importance of effective messaging and branding strategies, and she shares her insights on how Peloton has leveraged behavioral economics concepts to create a strong connection with their target audience. She explores the power of storytelling, community-building, and framing offers in a way that resonates with customers. Melina also discusses the impact of social proof, herding, and anchoring in Peloton's advertising and business strategies. If you're a marketer or business owner looking to enhance your branding and advertising strategies, this episode is a must-listen. Melina's expertise and analysis of Peloton's success will inspire you to apply behavioral economics principles in your own marketing efforts and build a loyal customer base. In this episode: Enhance your branding and advertising strategies by applying behavioral economics concepts for a Peloton-like success. Discover the importance of aligning your messaging with your target audiences for more effective advertising. Uncover the power of storytelling and community-building to create a strong brand identity and engage customers. Learn how to leverage social proof and herding to enhance motivation and engagement within your community. Understand the impact of ad controversy and mixed messaging, and how to avoid it in your own advertising campaigns. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, Melina Palmer introduces the podcast episode and explains the purpose of the Behavioral Economics Analysis series. She emphasizes the importance of understanding how companies apply behavioral economics concepts and provides ideas for implementing them in one's own business. 00:03:49 - Background on Peloton, Melina provides an overview of Peloton, a fitness company that sells workout equipment and offers streaming classes. She shares statistics on the company's membership, workout completion, and revenue. She also mentions the controversy surrounding a Peloton holiday ad and the mixed messaging in the company's marketing. 00:07:21 - Mixed Messaging in Peloton's Marketing, Melina discusses the issue of mixed messaging in Peloton's marketing. She explains that while the company aims to be inclusive, their ads primarily target wealthy individuals. This creates a disconnect with their message of building a community accessible to everyone. She suggests that Peloton should align their marketing with their target audience more clearly. 00:09:52 - Inclusivity vs. High-Income Targeting, Melina discusses the two paths Peloton could take in their marketing strategy: inclusivity or targeting high-income individuals. She emphasizes the importance of clarity and consistency in messaging and highlights the need for proper context in ads to avoid negative interpretations. 00:11:10 - Importance of Providing Context in Ads, Melina stresses the importance of providing context in ads, especially when it comes to sensitive topics like health and fitness. Without proper context, viewers may fill in the gaps. 00:15:07 - Utilizing Stories and Community in Advertising, Peloton has a wealth of stories and people that can be used in advertising to inspire others and promote the brand. They should engage their community and ask for stories to feature. 00:17:38 - Potential Benefits of Controversial Advertising, While Peloton received backlash for their controversial ad, it brought awareness to the brand and the problem they solve. Seeing the ad everywhere can increase focus on the company and prompt people to learn more. 00:19:55 - Peloton's Pricing Strategy, Peloton offers an expensive product, but they make it easier for customers to try with a 30-day trial and financing options. The 94% stay rate at the twelve month mark shows that once people have the equipment, they are likely to continue using it. 00:21:28 - Access to Content and Reciprocity, Peloton's monthly membership fee gives access to high-quality content, creating a sense of reciprocity. They bundle offers without discounting, providing additional benefits for customers who buy the bike or treadmill. 00:26:22 - Structuring Choices for Customer Satisfaction, Peloton structures their choices by allowing users to easily search and filter for classes based on their preferences. They have ten main categories to start with and provide recommended rides based on users' preferences. 00:31:08 - Herding and Social Proof on Peloton, Peloton's use of herding and social proof enhances the community experience, with features like showing how many people have taken a class before, following other users, and rating classes. This creates a sense of community without the awkwardness. 00:32:29 - Framing and Tracking Progress, Peloton's instructors guide users on what numbers to focus on during workouts, emphasizing resistance and cadence. By framing what matters and providing robust stats, Peloton makes it easy to track progress and strive for improvement. 00:35:45 - Incorporating Social Proof, Peloton creates a sense of community by incorporating social proof, such as calling out names and profiles of people hitting milestones during live workouts. Badges, achievements, and virtual high fives further enhance the feeling of being part of a larger community. 00:40:06 - The Impact of "I See You", Peloton's instructors use the phrase "I see you" when giving shout outs, creating a personal and inclusive atmosphere. This subtle phrasing adds to the social proof and makes users feel like part of a big family. Anchoring and commitments also help form good habits and keep users motivated. 00:46:20 - Key Takeaways from Peloton's Advertising Strategy, Key takeaways from Peloton's advertising strategy include knowing your target market, using real stories from your community, and making complex offerings easy for users. Context and storytelling are important, as well as anchoring and social proof to create a sense of community and connection. 00:47:46 - Importance of User Experience and Choice Structure, The user experience is crucial, especially when it comes to structuring choices. Making it easy for users to navigate and personalize their experience is key, particularly for those trying to change habits. Defaults and remembered settings can help facilitate this process. 00:48:28 - Anchoring and Social Proof for Building a Community, Anchoring with big numbers helps show what's possible and move people beyond their initial expectations. Social proof is essential for creating a sense of community, whether it's through personalized shoutouts or highlighting the presence of a larger community. 00:49:42 - Pricing Strategies and Knowing Your Audience, Pricing doesn't always have to be about discounts. Understanding your audience's mindset and what matters to them can help in setting prices. Not every business is for every person, and it's okay if some people don't resonate with your pricing. 00:51:52 - Personalized Virtual Experiences and the Potential for Business Growth, Peloton's ability to create a personalized virtual experience highlights the potential for businesses to offer virtual services with a subscription or membership model. 00:53:24 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Learn and Support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: Good Habits, Bad Habits, by Wendy Wood Purpose, by Gina Bianchini What Your Customer Wants and Can't Tell You, by Melina Palmer Atomic Habits, by James Clear Engaged, by Amy Bucher Top Recommended Next Episode: The Science of Subscriptions and Membership Models (ep 105) Already Heard That One? 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