This episode celebrates the 200th episode of the Resilient Recruits Podcast with special guest, founder of Recruitment Coach, Mark Whitby. Mark is the founder of Recruitment Coach and one of the world's leading coaches for the global recruitment industry. Since 2001, he has trained over 10,000 recruiters in 34 countries. He's helped countless recruiters double or triple their billings in just 6-12 months, and business owners grow their companies 10x. Mark shares his journey into recruitment, starting with a failed business venture that led him to discover his passion for sales. He then talks about his first job in recruitment and the hunger and drive that propelled him to success. Mark also reflects on the past four years of the podcast and the valuable insights he has gained from interviewing over 100 successful recruitment professionals. Having worked closely with hundreds of recruiting, staffing, and search firms, Mark has unique insight into how the top-producing recruiters and fastest-growing companies operate. Episode Outline and Highlights [02:20] What led Mark to pursue a career in recruitment? [06:20] How hiring a professional coach impacted Mark's performance. [14:01] The value of training when scaling your recruitment business - hear training solutions for growing teams. [17:44] Mark transitioned from a recruiter to a recruitment coach. [19:41] What has changed in the recruitment industry in the 22 years Mark has been coaching? [25:24] Key challenges and lessons that Mark experienced over the years. [38:17] Celebrating 200 episodes - What motivated Mark to start the Resilient Recruiter podcast? [44:47] What is Mark most proud of in his entrepreneurial career? Hiring a Professional Coach Became a Game Changer Mark told the story of how he started his own business at the young age of 19. Without any prior experience, it ended up failing but it also led him to discover his love for sales which eventually directed him to become a recruiter. His experience in his first recruitment job made him realize a critical challenge in the recruitment industry at that time: “So the first company I joined there was no training. It was like, or very little. There was a little bit of shadowing of people and like, but pretty much you just like you're in the bullpen and you had to sink or swim and just figure it out by looking at what other people were doing and copying them. But unfortunately, a lot of the people around me weren't very good or didn't know what they were doing either.” Mark was then headhunted to join a larger recruitment firm of around 200 recruiters. Even though Mark was meeting his target and was in the middle of the leaderboard, he felt that he could still do way more. Mark hired a brilliant coach and this was a game-changer for Mark. “He helped me double my billings in about 90 days and my manager was like what the heck is going on? So that was such a transformative experience that it kind of planted the seed later for me to decide to become a coach myself.” Mark's dual role as both a recruiter and coachee laid the groundwork for his discovery of the secret sauce in aiding recruiters and recruitment business owners. For those venturing into recruitment business ownership, Mark's narrative is valuable in recognizing the pivotal role of training and coaching in the growth and scaling of your business. Reflections on the Evolving Landscape of the Recruitment Industry Across Mark's 22-Year Coaching Tenure Mark also shared how the landscape of recruitment has changed over the last couple of decades that he has been recruiting. He remembers the day when their key focus was on cold calling, networking, and getting referrals. He also recalled his learnings when he lost 80% of his revenue overnight during the 2008-09 recession. Mark emphasized how embracing digital marketing became a pivotal move, leading to increased success post-recession. This also transitioned his key focus areas for training. As Mark said, “Originally when I was training people, it was how to self-retain, search, how to do business development, how to negotiate, you know how to close offers, all that kind of stuff right. And suddenly people could see what I was doing with marketing, with branding, with email marketing, and they're like, hey, could you help us to do that, because that looks like the way forward, right?” This recollection underscores the importance of adapting to changing circumstances and highlights the importance of continuous learning and development. Key Challenges and Lessons Learned Mark also discussed the key challenges and lessons he had to go through over the years. He outlined several critical topics that resonate well with a lot of the listeners. Here are some takeaways: The value of seeking mentors and role models. The importance of digital marketing for solo recruiters and entrepreneurs. Realizing that you cannot do everything by yourself - hire a team of virtual assistants. Overcome the fear of hiring a full-time employee or partner to complement. Appreciating the concept of “One plus one equals three.” Mark then recalled how he started this podcast four years ago. Leanne and Mark discussed how this has impacted their clients and other recruiters who have ventured out to start their recruitment firms. What are Mark's proudest coaching moments throughout the years? “So what I'm most proud of is the results that our clients obtain. It's kind of comparable to, for our listeners, when you make a placement and you really have that impact and you change someone's life for the better both the candidate, of course, in a better opportunity, but then the client company also benefits from that talent that you've brought to them. So the equivalent for us is when we're working with a client and they achieve incredible results whether it's shifting to retained search, whether it's launching a podcast, whether it's hiring a virtual assistant, and then that being such a life-changing thing, game-changing, to free up all that time and be able to accelerate your billing. So I live for those success stories. When, at the beginning of every coaching call, we start out with wins and everyone needs to share a win, something they've made progress on, something they've achieved since we last saw them. That's my favorite part of the week is hearing those wins from our members.” Our Sponsor This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Their technology and methodology allow recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees, and increase their billings. Their software combined with world-class training enables you to transition from transactional, contingency recruiter to consultative, retained recruiter. Instead of being perceived as a “me too” vendor, you'll be positioned as a “me only” solutions provider. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: https://recruitmentcoach.com/retained Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter
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Adding onto our last episode for executives on navigating career growth and transitions, this time we're talking about peak performance and finding purpose in your executive role, wealth, and beyond. Today on Off the Wall, hosts Jessica Gibbs and David Armstrong welcome Dr. Julie Gurner, a nationally recognized executive performance coach and psychologist who's helping executives achieve world-class performance in fast-paced, high-pressure, and highly competitive environments. Julie is here to share her insights and advice on making the most of your executive role and the wealth that comes with it. Throughout our conversation, you'll learn how to overcome the overwhelm, fear, and stagnation you may feel as an executive, without losing your momentum. Julie offers tips on how to master the art of delegation, prioritization, and accountability as an executive leader. Then, she guides you through the process of figuring out your purpose (in work and in wealth), giving advice to those of you who have exited or will exit a business but may not know what to do with your newfound wealth. This is an incredibly rich episode packed full of wisdom and advice that you can only get from a renowned executive coach, so tune in and get ready to take notes! Julie's insights are sure to lead you to the answers you've been looking for. “Humans are notably bad at knowing their own blockers, and so, it really does help us to get outside of ourselves to begin to develop that potential a little bit more.” – Dr. Julie Gurner Episode Timeline/Key Highlights: [00:19] Introducing Dr. Julie Gurner & the topic of today's episode. [01:49] How to know if you're a peak performer or a typical performer. [04:01] Why peak performers can't push themselves to the next level. [06:46] Why do I still feel overwhelmed and scared of risk after years of executive experience? [09:46] How to push through overwhelm without losing your momentum. [12:03] Mastering delegation and prioritization in an executive role. [18:05] How to identify and order your priorities in life and work. [20:17] Finding your answer to “What is your purpose?” [29:25] Defining “wealth” and the options your wealth gives you. [31:40] Advice for people who've exited a business and don't know what to do with their newfound wealth. [35:15] How Julie finds purpose in her work. [36:20] How to connect with Julie & get her weekly newsletter for peak-performing executives. Please see important podcast disclosure information at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com/disclosures. About Dr. Julie Gurner: There's a reason she has a 2-year waiting list for new clients. Dr. Julie Gurner is one of today's most prolific executive performance coaches, Doctor of Psychology, and nationally recognized executive performance coach for individual and corporate clients primarily in finance and technology. She is trusted by top percentile talent and their teams to help them achieve world-class performance in fast-paced, high-pressure, extremely competitive environments. Julie's international client reach includes such cities as NYC, Singapore, Sydney, Oslo, Dubai, London, and San Francisco. She's been compared to Wendy Rhoades of "Billions" in The Wall Street Journal (2019) and Named a “Game Changer” by IBM. She has also been featured in Fast Company, Time Magazine, NBC News, Forbes, BravoTV, Greatist, US News, Martha Stewart Living, Vox, and more. Connect with Dr. Julie Gurner on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-julie-gurner Follow her on Twitter (X): https://twitter.com/drgurner Subscribe to Dr. Gurner's newsletter on Substack: https://drgurner.substack.com Contact directly: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Monument Wealth Management: Visit our website: https://bit.ly/monumentwealthwebsite Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthIG Follow us on X: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthTW Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthLI Connect with us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthFB Connect with us on YouTube: https://bit.ly/YouTubeMWMFit About “Off the Wall”: OFF THE WALL is a podcast for founders, executives, and high-net-worth investors who want to build wealth with purpose. A little bit Wall Street, a little bit off-the-wall; it's your go-to for straightforward, unfiltered wealth advice on topics that founders, business owners, and executives care about. Learn more about our hosts, Dave and Jessica on our website at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com.
Finding the right partner can be a game changer for your real estate business. Welcome to Pillars of Wealth Creation, where we talk about building financial freedom with a special focus in business and Real Estate. Follow along as Todd Dexheimer interviews top entrepreneurs, investors, advisers and coaches. Brad Stegall is a real estate investor, community servant and passive income creator. Brad worked in media sales before quitting his W2 in October 2021 to go full time in real estate. He began real estate investing on the side in 2004 with his first duplex, and has since grown to an impressive portfolio of over 475 units that are vertically integrated. 3 Pillars 1. Heaven 2. Family 3. Money Book: The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer You can connect with Brad at Facebook, LinkedIn or www.accelerationrentals.com Interested in coaching? Schedule a call with Todd at www.coachwithdex.com Connect with Pillars Of Wealth Creation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/PillarsofWealthCreation/ Subscribe to our email list at www.pillarsofwealthcreation.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/PillarsOfWealthCreation
Andy and Jessica welcome you to another episode of The Deal Board Podcast. This week, they discuss Artificial Intelligence and its impact on the business world. Have you ever wondered how AI will affect small and mid-size businesses? Listen to this thoughtful conversation about this innovation, and get ready; the future is here! From Body Vision Medical, David Webster shares his expert perspective from the medical realm. Michael Shea also joins the conversation and compares AI today to the early days of the internet. Listing of the week: Dan Walkouski (Portland) is selling an outdoor store that has been running since 1945. The owners are ready to retire. The current price is $1.5 million. The business generates around $140,000 cash flow, and inventory is included in the price. The warehouse is 1,400 square feet and consists of two floors. Great potential to grow via e-commerce! Email Dan at email@example.com or call (503) 880-8970 Key takeaways: [4:12] Deal of the week: John Fullerton (Omaha) just sold a Veterinary Clinic owned by a sole practitioner who was running the business. This transaction became a stock sale from an asset type of deal. This is a small transaction of $200,000, and he saved more than $20,000 by making this into a stock transaction. Call John (402) 213 9945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. [8:30] Michael Shea and David Webster (Body Vision Medical) share expert advice. [9:48] David introduces himself and explains his involvement in medical devices and AI. [11:40] What is the first way AI influenced the technical medical space? [12:25] David discusses polymath. [13:56] AI will assist humans in four areas: Data Analytics, Personal Medicine, Health Operations and Resource Management, and Robot assistance. [17:50] David gives an example of how AI improves the medical industry. [21:29] What are the major business-level problems that AI is going to help resolve? [24:04] How would AI and its use help leverage and control resource allocation in healthcare? [28:05] Have you thought about what your career would look like in 20 years? [31:22] Technology will make us more efficient as operators, more profitable as a business, and greatly assist in resource allocation. [32:50] Play with AI; it learns more as you interact with it. [33:40] How do I even start using AI? [39:44] Use AI to capture the data your business needs to succeed. [41:40] Start today utilizing AI's new tools; this will pull your business ahead and leave others behind. [43:01] Listing of the week: Dan Walkouski (Portland) is selling an outdoor store that has been running since 1945. The owners are ready to retire. The current price is $1.5 million. The business generates around $140,000 cash flow, and inventory is included in the price. The warehouse is 1,400 square feet and consists of two floors. Great potential to grow via e-commerce! Mentioned in this Episode: The Deal Board Podcast Subscribe to The Deal Board Podcast YouTube Channel United Franchise Group Transworld Business Advisors Transworld on Linkedin Transworld on Facebook Call us — (888) 719-9098 Email us email@example.com Call John Fullerton at (402) 213 9945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Call Michael Shea at (407) 745-0466 or email him at email@example.com; Learn more about David Webster. Body Vision Medical. Email Dan Walkouski at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 880-8970.
“Experts are not more disciplined than you, they've just found more ways to win.” Today, join Alex (@AlexHormozi) as he guests on Tom Bilyeu's Podcast Impact Theory to discuss how to enhance one's actions and behaviors to achieve their objectives. They emphasize the significance of being strategic, consistent, and carrying a learning mindset throughout one's journey to success. They also underline the role of the environment and stimuli in shaping our behaviors and attitudes. This is part 1 of the interview. Welcome to The Game w/Alex Hormozi, hosted by entrepreneur, founder, investor, author, public speaker, and content creator Alex Hormozi. On this podcast you'll hear how to get more customers, make more profit per customer, how to keep them longer, and the many failures and lessons Alex has learned on his path from $100M to $1B in net worth.Follow Tom Bilyeu on:➤ Instagram | Spotify | Apple | LinkedIn | X / Twitter | Impact Theory➤ Check out full episode on YouTube!Timestamps:(1:34) - External variables in behavior control(5:08) - Fear and drive in success(9:14) The impact of self-esteem on success(12:58) The power of reframing negative emotions(18:47) - Operationalizing success(43:16) - Understanding the importance of words(48:01) - Translating feelings into actions(53:09) - The importance of clarity in achieving goals(01:03:24) - The power of self-punishment(01:13:22) - Addressing performance issues in the workplaceFollow Alex Hormozi's Socials:LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | Acquisition
Dean Weaver, EPC Stated Clerk, welcomes Steven Ballard, Co-Founder of OnlineGiving.org to discuss the changing landscape of the church post-COVID and meaningful ways to use technological tools to create ministry interactions with church visitors and members.
Tramelle Howard, an external relations and policy manager, lawyer, and East Baton Rouge school board member, shares his journey from aspiring sports reporter to advocate for equity in education. He discusses his transition from law school to his current role and offers valuable insights on the importance of public-facing work. Creating Your Career PathDespite initially pursuing a career in broadcast journalism, Tramelle's passion for education led him to change his trajectory and focus on advocating for students. His story highlights the importance of creating a career path that aligns with your passions. He recognized that he could significantly impact students' lives by working in education policy rather than practicing family law."I still talk about law school. I talk about my law school experience. I talk about what it means now for my career. And I talk about doors that it was able to open for me as a young Black professional in the workspace that I'm in now," remarked Tramelle on You Are A Lawyer.Tramelle's journey serves as a reminder that following a traditional career path is not always the best option. He emphasizes the need to create your way and not be limited by societal expectations or norms. By doing so, individuals can find fulfillment and happiness in their work, even if it deviates from the traditional route. Tramelle's success as an external relations and policy manager and as a school board member demonstrates that pursuing your passions and creating your career path can lead to meaningful and impactful work.LISTEN TO LEARN Why it is essential to create your career path The power of diverse advocacy and representation How a law degree can have value in non-traditional legal roles WE ALSO DISCUSS Finding a career path that aligns with your passions Education policies are practices that work towards equity in education Influencing hiring practices in education Join the FREE mailing list!Get behind-the-scenes content from You Are A Lawyer. 1) Visit www.youarealawyer.com2) Add your email address to the Subscribe pop-up box OR3) Enter your email address on the right side of the screen4) Get emails from me (I won't fill your inbox with junk)!Interact with You Are A LawyerKyla Denanyoh hosts the You Are A Lawyer podcast. Follow the podcast:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@youarealawyerWebsite: https://www.youarealawyer.co
Lori Lieberman Live on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Being with Lori Lieberman, the very first musical guest at Women Who Write, and the only artist to perform at every WWW location over the past decade-plus is like going home. Five years since our last midday soiree, it was so wonderful to reconnect and catch up. We got the unabridged Killing Me Softly scoop, from its inception with Lori's pen on a napkin at a Don McLean show, to it getting fleshed out with her managers, Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel, her recording it, getting airplay, Roberta hearing it, Lori making the rounds credited as a collaborator, then written off, and finally getting vindicated only recently. There's lots more to the story, all fascinating and aided greatly by its mostly happyish ending. Lori's first five albums and self-imposed hiatus that followed. Motherhood, Joe Cali, falling in love and finding her way back to the music. 20 albums later, her latest releases, The Girl and The Cat, her most emotional and personal work to date, Lori told us why, and Truly, a departure for Lori, a deep dive into the American Songbook, with a unique revisit of the before mentioned Killing Me Softly. You haven't heard it until you've heard Lori sing it. And sing it and kill us she did! She also treated us to her track, Switzerland, although Zoom prematurely derailed it. Lori's readying for her 3rd Carnegie Hall concert, on December 10th, at 2 pm. In the tri-state area, or gonna be? It's a must! Link for tkts: https://www.carnegiehall.org/.../Afternoon-Concert-with... 30% Discount code: LAL 43749 For all things Lori, including her music, visit : lorilieberman.com I love this woman so much. What fun this was! She'll remain in heavy rotation in my living room. Lori Lieberman Live on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wednesday, November 29th, 5 PM PT, 8 PM ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/47XjI5M
God is doing something new in this nation and he wants to do the same for you. It's time for the church and the American people to stop following the voice of the crowd and stand up for the biblical voices in this nation. Out with the RINOs, in with the Patriots!
"Consumer demand will accelerate the need for security, privacy and regulation. Like zero-knowledge (ZK) where you can prove something is true without revealing all information. And of course, security infrastructure, which is very interesting and important at this current moment, even before the next bull market. For example, one of the companies we invested into Ledger, a digital asset hardware wallet. You basically have an app store interface where you can trade, you can stake. We see a lot of adoption of crypto in not just a retail space because of increased awareness, in the media, and new DeFi applications coming up, but also in the adoption of enterprise space. So a lot of these enterprises will be thinking to themselves, okay, in my treasury, not just do I need to hold USD and other currencies, maybe I need to also hold Bitcoins, or something else. DBS Bank, They're now holding some of this Sandbox Land, but where do they hold it? They can't hold it just in a wallet and then they throw it into some cabinet somewhere. They need to have the right, security hardware. So we believe this, will accelerate the adoption of applications like ledger, which is like a hardware wallet, for both retail and enterprise. So we believe that age-old saying of selling shovels during a gold rush is still very true." - Kelly Choo Fresh out of the studio, Kelly Choo, founding partner from True Global Ventures discusses the state of generative AI and crypto in 2023 and what to look forward in 2024. Kelly started with his take on the recent departure of CZ from Binance and the ouster and return of Sam Altman in Open AI and how this impacts the AI and crypto landscape. From there, he broke down how they are looking at the next wave of generative AI companies specifically in the education, metaverse and legal space and crypto companies from ERC 6551 in non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to zero-knowledge proofs. Last but not least, Kelly defines what success would mean for both AI and crypto in 2024. Episode Highlights: [0:50] Quote of the Day #QOTD from Kelly Choo [1:43] What has Kelly Choo been up to? [3:19] CZ, Binance, and the Rise of Singaporean CEOs [4:32] SamAltman OpenAI and Microsoft [7:30] OpenAI Developer Event [10:05] The Current State of GenAI [14:41] What Kind of Business Models are Going to be Proving Successful in the GenAI Space? [16:48] True Global Ventures and AI Startups [19:23] Review of 2023 Web3 Megatrends [28:03] What is ERC6551? AKA Programmable NFT's [30:44] Web3 Tech We Should be Paying Attention To [32:36] Impact of AI and Web3 on Gamer User Experience [35:02] The Saudi Government Gets into Crypto [38:55] Is the Apple Vision Pro a Game Changer? [39:31] AR and VR Market Predictions [41:01] BTC ETF and their Impact [44:26] Regulatory Changes [45:39] What Does Great Look Like for Crypto and Web3 in 2024? [46:38] Closing Podcast Information: Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) hosts and produces the show. Proper credits for the intro and end music: "Energetic Sports Drive" and the episode is mixed & edited in both video and audio format by G.Thomas Craig (@gthomascraig, LinkedIn).
Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Guest Name: Paul Kluskowski, EA Paul Kluskowski is an experienced financial advisor and tax consultant with expertise spanning over 20 years. As an Investment Specialist and EA (Enrolled Agent) at TR Financial Management Group, he helps nuclear power plant workers and self-employed clients achieve financial success. Kluskowski began his career in the nuclear energy industry, obtaining his reactor operator license at the young age of 22 and advancing to Senior Reactor Operator by 25. After nine years working in plant operations, he left to pursue a college degree, earning a BA in Physics from Andrews University. Kluskowski then expanded his skillset into the financial sector as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley, where he ranked in the top 10% of his peer group and earned multiple National Sales Awards. Today, he leverages his unique background to serve niche clientele through wealth management and tax preparation services. Kluskowski actively shares his expertise through publications like The Game Changer's Guide to a Better Financial Life. In this episode of Building the Premier Accounting Firm, host Roger Knecht has an insightful discussion with Paul Kluskowski, an experienced financial advisor and tax consultant with expertise spanning over 20 years. They explore how Paul leveraged his diverse experience to build a successful tax and financial planning practice. Paul shares the story of how he made the transition into accounting and tax preparation services. After nearly a decade working in operations at a nuclear power plant, he returned to college to obtain a physics degree. Paul then became a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley where he ranked in the top tier before making the leap into tax services by earning his Enrolled Agent credential. Roger and Paul discuss Paul's valuable insights, strategies, and lessons around purchasing established tax practices, structuring win-win deals with retention clauses, building referral relationships, specializing in niche markets, developing efficient remote workflows, and effectively utilizing client portal technologies. The catalyst for Paul's transition was recognizing the high demand in the market and seizing the opportunity to add bookkeeping, accounting and tax services by becoming an Enrolled Agent. His story provides inspiration for professionals considering a switch into the accounting field later in their careers. Based on lessons learned from two purchases, Paul shares recommendations around valuation, retention planning, obtaining past tax returns, and avoiding platform transfer issues. Paul advocates for purchase terms with retention clauses and revenue thresholds to create wins for both buyers and sellers over the long term. 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This episode is powered by Maui Nui and Eleve. Edwin Arroyave is not only a great friend but also an INCREDIBLE entrepreneur. He has taught me so much in private over the years, and now we finally get to share everything he's helped me with. Edwin has developed his confidence through relentless consistency. It wasn't always success and praise for Edwin. He struggled. He clawed. He climbed his way through obstacles, consistently pushing forward. That's my favorite takeaway from this great episode. Share the episode with a friend if you took something away from this chat with Edwin! Give someone the chance to know that they can overcome anything if they keep pushing! _______________________________________________________ HEALTHY FOR YOU. HEALTHY FOR THE PLANET. Maui Nui Venison is the most nutrient-rich and protein-dense red meat on the planet. Our stress-free, wild-harvesting methods ethically and responsibly manage Maui's invasive Axis deer population to restore ecological balance to the island. Use code NURSE for a special discount for listeners! https://mauinuivenison.com/ _______________________________________________________ Eleve Health Hyperbaric Chambers (H.B.O.T.) is a simple and non-invasive therapy that places the body in a pressurized environment that allows the extra oxygen to dissolve into the blood plasma and to travel freely through the circulatory system, getting to areas where red blood cells may be restricted in flow, naturally enhancing the human body's functions. It is a GAME CHANGER for total recovery, optimization, longevity, skin repair, brain health, and much more! Check them out here! https://elevehealth.com/ (email email@example.com for special rates!)
In this episode, we are discussing how memberships can create more stability in your business through consistency of income while providing a higher level of service to your clients that leads to real transformations. Sign up for the Top Membership Niches Guide: https://onlinemarketingpodcast.com/topmembershipniches/ Find the full show notes here: https://onlinemarketingpodcast.com/memberships-a-game-changer-for-business-owners-clients/
Every year during my birthday week, I like to share some reflections from the past year. Rather than doing a “38 things for 38” (who has time for that?), inspired by other podcasts and articles I've seen on this theme, I decided to share on 12 lessons I've learned or leaned into in the past 12 months. As you'll hear in the podcast, the 12 lessons I'm carrying with me are about things I found myself learning, relearning, or focusing on intently over the past year. From the importance of asking for what I need, to learning that I don't have to do it all myself, and ensuring that I slow down without putting my life on hold while I wait for something to happen, I've learned so much…and I am so thankful for these life lessons! This year, vulnerability and openness took center stage. As part of this process, I wrote this article where I describe my experience healing from PTSD related to sexual assault. If you too are struggling to find peace after a traumatic event, I hope my story reminds you that peace is possible. For those interested in learning more about trauma recovery, I created an all-new group coaching program for you. Mentioned in this episode: I'd be remiss if I didn't mention my two books – The Little Book of Game Changers: 50 Healthy Habits for Managing Stress & Anxiety and The Farewell Tour: A Caregiver's Guide to Stress Management, Sane Nutrition, and Better Sleep – both of which serve as guides in developing and maintaining healthy living habits. In this episode I also mention my podcast episode with Emily Morse, renowned sex therapist and host of the award-winning relationship podcast, “Sex with Emily.” During our chat, Emily and I dive into the mind-body connection between the brain and how our body responds to sex, and the key role our brain plays in our sex lives. Like what you hear? Connect with me! -sign up for my newsletter and enjoy a free guide to flexible meal planning as a thank-you for --check out my substack for weekly tips on WTF to Eat and guided meditations for paid subscribers -follow me on Instagram @jesscording If you'd like to support The Drama-Free Healthy Living podcast, please share your favorite episodes with family, friends, and colleagues, and if you like what you hear, I invite you to leave a 5-star review on Apple podcasts HERE.
Jeanette Kwakye is former international athlete turned broadcaster.This British sprinter was five-time British champion, Olympian and world indoor silver medallist, competing in the Olympic final of the 100 meters in Beijing 2008. Since retiring as an athlete and becoming a journalist in 2013, Jeanette's become a regular broadcaster across the BBC, Sky Sports and Channel 5. Jeanette works across many sports, having anchored world championships and athletics, swimming and taekwondo, along with Olympic and Commonwealth Games. In 2020, Jeanette became the first Black woman to present boxing on British TV and regularly presents the BBC Women's Football Hour show, BBC Five Live Breakfast and Fighting Talk. She's also hosting an exciting new show for Sky Sports' this autumn, bringing the British Basketball League, Men's and Women's games, to our screens. In 2017, Jeanette wrote a children's book called Femi the Fox, which teaches the younger generations about West African culture, and in 2021, she was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for her services to sports and sports broadcasting. Jeanette is incredibly open about her life as an elite track athlete - who as a youngster was sometimes a challenge to coach. We talk everything from the issue of drugs in sport and the revealing sports kit worn by female athletes (which Jeanette loved when competing) through to her own challenges with injuries and how it felt to miss out on London 2012, having started the year as Britain's fastest woman. We track Jeanette's career path to becoming a prominent sports broadcaster in a space where there were few black women, and how it feels to now be on the other side of the microphone being the first person to talk to emotional British athletes as they finish their events at major Championships.Find out more about The Game Changers podcast here: https://www.fearlesswomen.co.uk/thegamechangersHosted by Sue AnstissProduced by Sam Walker, What Goes On MediaA Fearless Women production
Ryan gives his thoughts on the recent OpenAI fiasco including the firing of CEO Sam Altman. He talks about the impact he thinks this will have as well as revealing the reasons behind the firing of Sam Altman. Ryan also talks about how to create a business that isn't over-reliant on one AI model and the steps you can take to protect yourself operationally. Join 2,500+ readers getting weekly practical guidance to scale themselves and their companies using Artificial Intelligence and Revenue Cheat Codes. Explore becoming Superhuman here: https://superhumanrevenue.beehiiv.com/ KEY TAKEAWAYS After being fired by OpenAI, Sam was offered a job in AI research at Microsoft. Shortly after he was fired, 700 of the 800 OpenAI employees issued a letter to the board threatening to quit. Ryan believes Sam was fired due to safety. That risks were identified, and Sam wasn't open and communicative about these. Some companies are already heavily reliant on OpenAI and if they were to fold or go bust this would impact them severely. It's essential to not rely on one AI model for your business as many scenarios could negatively impact your business, exactly like the situations currently occurring because of the OpenAI issues. Create a prompt library so if you have to pivot from one AI model to another you have all your data and research to hand to use across any language model. If you are looking at leveraging anything AI internally then make sure you leverage the best capabilities of various AI models. Evaluate where you are at with your current use and dependency on particular AI models, including tools. Create solutions moving forward that leverage an agnostic approach towards models. Understand the differences between closed-source and open-source AI models, effectively leveraging what will work best for you. BEST MOMENTS "We still don't truly understand the reason and know why” “Sounds like Microsoft still want to work with OpenAI” “There's talk of customers trying to pull out, of partners trying to pull out” “You want to have a model agnostic solution or model agnostic solution to integrating AI” “We're early on, this is a highly unregulated environment” Ryan Staley Founder and CEO Whale Boss firstname.lastname@example.org www.ryanstaley.io Saas, Saas growth, Scale, Business Growth, B2b Saas, Saas Sales, Enterprise Saas, Business growth strategy, founder, ceo: https://www.whalesellingsystem.com/closingsecretsThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
In this episode of the Communication Queens podcast, Kimberly Spencer, a former screenwriter and now a master communications coach, guides listeners on effectively sharing their transformation stories during podcast interviews. She underscores the power of storytelling, suggesting the use of the phrase "Can I tell you a story?" to engage the audience and boost memory retention. She also emphasizes the importance of embodying the communication strategies one preaches. The episode concludes with a reminder of the potential life-changing and business-boosting power of sharing personal stories. What You'll Learn in this Episode: Kimberly Spencer's background as a screenwriter turned communications coach Coaching on effectively sharing transformation stories during podcast interviews The power of storytelling and its impact on engaging the audience Suggestion to use the phrase "Can I tell you a story?" to captivate listeners Importance of being an example of practicing what you preach as a communicator Reminder of the potential of sharing personal stories to save lives and drive business success Links + Mentions: Singularlity University: mentioned by the president of Singluarity University (timestamp: 00:01:22) A360 Mastermind: mentioned in the talk by the president of Singularity University (timestamp: 00:02:40) Communication Queens Agency's Instagram (timestamp: 00:04:27) Communication Queens Agency (timestamp: 00:04:27) Timestamps: Storytelling as a Game Changer (00:00:31)The power of storytelling in podcast interviews and its ability to convert short-term learning into long-term learning. "Can I Tell You a Story?" (00:01:22)The phrase "Can I tell you a story?" as a way to engage the audience, increase memory retention, and highlight the importance of storytelling. Becoming the Example (00:02:40)Being an expert communicator by sharing personal stories that demonstrate the effectiveness of strategies, and the power of storytelling in memory retention.
Pete and Steve discuss their first few days with the Steam Deck OLED and answer the question on everyone's mind: should you upgrade? Make sure to subscribe to our channel so you never miss a single Steam Deck Tutorial! Links Support us on Patreon Write into the show Join our Discord Credits Pete Imbesi Stephen Radford Music by Adhesive Wombat
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Alyssa Devine, founder of Purple Fox Legal, shares her journey from initially wanting to be a veterinarian to discovering her passion for intellectual property law and entrepreneurship. She advises law students and young lawyers on building relationships, embracing change, and finding the right career fit. The episode highlights the significance of developing skills while also understanding when it's necessary to pivot and find a different path.What You Can Do With a Law DegreeAs Alyssa Devine highlights in this podcast episode, law students and young lawyers have the opportunity to explore different areas of law and develop a vast network of connections. Alyssa advises law students to not only focus on the legal field but also to build relationships with business owners and professionals from other industries. "Developing skills is always good, but also recognizing what is and is not the right fit is really, really important. If you get that feeling, then, you know, figure out something different. Like don't just stay stuck in that cycle. You'll be very unhappy," emphasizes Alyssa Devine, on this episode of You Are a Lawyer.With a law degree, individuals can pursue careers in various fields, such as litigation, corporate law, intellectual property, entertainment law, and more. They can work in law firms, government agencies, and non-profit organizations or even start their law firms or businesses. The key is to continuously learn and adapt to the changing landscape of the legal profession. With the right mindset and a willingness to explore different opportunities, individuals with a law degree can carve out successful and fulfilling careers in various fields."Don't get discouraged… We don't have the society where you go to work for a company for 30, 40 years. We can change jobs. That's acceptable. That's expected. And that's okay," shares Alyssa Devine on You Are A Lawyer.LISTEN TO LEARN The importance of balancing business and legal considerations Why choosing a strong trademark is invaluable The origin story of Purple Fox Legal WE ALSO DISCUSS Unexpected success in entrepreneurship Starting a business after the pandemic Changing careers and taking risks Join the FREE mailing list!Get behind-the-scenes content from You Are A Lawyer. 1) Visit www.youarealawyer.com2) Add your email address to the Subscribe pop-up box OR3) Enter your email address on the right side of the screen4) Get emails from me (I won't fill your inbox with junk)!Interact with You Are A LawyerKyla Denanyoh hosts the You Are A Lawyer podcast. Follow the podcast:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@youarealawyerWebsite: https://www.youarealawyer.com
Welcome back! David had a baby! Sony a9 III and DJI Osmo Pocket 3 are here. Connor has a new big YouTube video, and David's thumbnail adventures continue. Watch Connor's 1,000 miles video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHG6Fsre1ec&ab_channel=ConnorMcCaskill (00:00) Start (01:11) David's New Baby! (02:58) Sony a9III (27:53) Osmo Pocket 3 (40:44) Connor's BIG Video on his channel (51:34) David's Thumbnail Career Update FOLLOW US https://linktr.ee/ghpod
Matt Parrino and Ryan Talbot are back for the staple show the night before Thanksgiving. Matt was down at One Bills Drive on Wednesday and he'll bring you the latest on the team. The guys discuss what Stefon Diggs said, what to make of the first injury report, and reasonable expectations for the Bills playoff push. Come out to Wingnutz North Buffalo for "SHOUT!" Live on Saturday night, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. to hang with Matt and Ryan. They'll host a live edition of the podcast and chat with everyone before and after the show. Click here for more details: https://fb.me/e/uCxZyLAyH What is the "SHOUT!" Bills text insiders? Want to join? You can get analysis from Matt and Ryan right to your phone and send texts directly to them both! Text 716-528-6727 or Click here: https://joinsubtext.com/shoutbuffalobills Sign up for the NYUP Bills newsletter! Don't miss all the Bills coverage. Head over to www.Syracuse.com/newsletters to start getting your Bills stories and the podcast delivered right to your inbox. SHOUT!" Buffalo Bills football podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, and wherever you listen to podcasts Follow @MattParrino (https://twitter.com/MattParrino) and @RyanTalbotBills (https://twitter.com/RyanTalbotBills) on Twitter Find our Bills coverage wherever you like to consume social media Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buffalobillsnyup/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/buffalobillsnyup Twitter: https://twitter.com/billsupdates Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy Thanksgiving week, Gamechangers! Pastor Matthew and Anthony are talking about the difference between corporate culture and ministry culture. No matter which sector God has you in, you should be putting in your best effort to achieve what God has called you to do. You must have an understanding of who you are in God, no matter if you work in ministry or corporate.
The episode is powered by Eleve Health and Maui Nui . Rich Diviney is a 20 year Navy Seal Veteran and the Founder of Attributes, a company focusing on finding what makes people perform at their absolute peak. So he was the PERFECT guy to speak to about getting into the ever elusive flow state and how to heighten my focus. We traded strategies and insights from all of his experience and got some great tips on what it even means to be in the flow state. If you are looking to up your game and hone in to be your very best, you don't want to miss this episode! If your loving this show, share it with a friend! Let's get everybody working in a flow state and being our very best! _______________________________________________________ Eleve Health Hyperbaric Chambers (H.B.O.T.) is a simple and non-invasive therapy that places the body in a pressurized environment that allows the extra oxygen to dissolve into the blood plasma and to travel freely through the circulatory system, getting to areas where red blood cells may be restricted in flow, naturally enhancing the human body's functions. It is a GAME CHANGER for total recovery, optimization, longevity, skin repair, brain health, and much more! Check them out here! https://elevehealth.com/ (email email@example.com for special rates!) _______________________________________________________ HEALTHY FOR YOU. HEALTHY FOR THE PLANET. Maui Nui Venison is the most nutrient-rich and protein-dense red meat on the planet. Our stress-free, wild-harvesting methods ethically and responsibly manage Maui's invasive Axis deer population, to restore ecological balance to the island. Use code NURSE for a special discount for listeners! https://mauinuivenison.com/
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Drink Plink! - use code adampeekSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Show notes from Deciphr.aiAbout The Guest(s):Luke Montgomery-Smith is the co-founder of Plink, a beverage brand that offers effervescent tablets as a sustainable alternative to traditional bottled drinks. Luke has a background in the beverage industry, having previously founded a kombucha brand in the UK. He is passionate about reducing CO2 emissions and single-use plastic packaging in the beverage industry.Summary:Luke Montgomery-Smith, co-founder of Plink, joins Adam Peek on the People of Packaging Podcast to discuss the journey of starting a business during the pandemic and the innovative packaging solutions they have developed for their effervescent tablets. Plink offers a sustainable alternative to traditional bottled drinks, with 99% less packaging and 98% fewer CO2 emissions. Luke shares the challenges they faced in finding packaging that met their sustainability goals and the importance of creating a differentiated brand experience. He also highlights the rise of reusable water bottles and the need for more free-access water points.Key Takeaways:* Plink offers effervescent tablets as a sustainable alternative to traditional bottled drinks, with 99% less packaging and 98% fewer CO2 emissions.* Effervescent tablets are highly volatile and require packaging with high barrier properties to water vapor and oxygen transmission.* Plink faced challenges in finding contract manufacturers willing to move away from plastic tubes, which are commonly used for effervescent tablets.* The packaging industry is still a few years away from finding non-plastic alternatives with the necessary barrier properties for effervescent tablets.* Plink's packaging is made of aluminum foil with a plastic liner, which is currently recyclable in Europe but not in the US.Quotes:* "It's a bath bomb you can drink. It's called Plink. It's radically low carbon because there's no water. It's sold by subscription." - Adam Peek* "Not all water tastes the same. Some water has different chlorine levels or different ways to make the water cleaner. But because water is quite a plain flavor, it doesn't take much to mask that." - Luke Montgomery-Smith* "We were trying to create a new beverage moment with an existing technology." - Luke Montgomery-Smith* "The packaging is an essential part of the product. It's about brand messaging and appeal." - Luke Montgomery-Smith This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
In this episode of the Label Free Podcast, host Deanna Radulescu interviews Darlene Greene, an independent distributor of LifeWave X39. Darlene shares her personal journey that led her to become a distributor of LifeWave. She explains that her husband was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's and they tried various treatments and therapies with no success. However, after trying the LifeWave X39 patch, they noticed significant improvements in his condition. Darlene also shares how the patch has helped her with her own health issues, including chronic pain and depression. She discusses the science behind the patch, which activates the copper peptide and stimulates stem cell activation. Darlene emphasizes that the patch is a natural alternative to medication and has no contraindications. She encourages listeners to take charge of their own health and explore alternative options for healing. The episode concludes with Darlene providing information on how to purchase the patches and offering a consultation with a doctor for interested individuals. To learn more, head to the link ⬇️:https://iamreverseaging.com/This episode is brought to you by Supapass: For 10 years we've enabled entrepreneurs & content makers to afford the type of technology that previously only big tech platforms like Netflix or Spotify could provide to audiences ...on your own website and app!No coding, tech or design expertise needed. We empower you to keep 100% of your money, share your content on the best technology, and own the relationship with your customers.Grow your business, without it costing the earth. Use the code: LFG20 for 20% off at the link ⬇️:https://www.supapass.comAs always thank you for the support, to contact me directly follow the link below:https://www.labelfreepodcast.com Stay Healthy, Stay Ready- Deanna Marie Radulescu#podcastguest #labelfreepodcast #supapass
On today's episode of The Pat Bev Podcast with Rone, the pod is sick just in time for Thanksgiving. The Sixers are continuing their hot start to the season and it may be the year that Tyrese Maxey gets his first all star appearance, young guys such as Jaden Springer have been showing out as of late, and Joel Embiid is continuing to show why he is the reigning MVP. Pat and Rone also talk about the difference between white and black families' Thanksgivings, the thousands of types of casseroles out there, Dominic the Donkey, and all other traditions their families celebrate during Thanksgiving. Pat's son joins at the end of the show to talk about being the son of an NBA player, his favorite basketball players, and gives the pod some feedback from his perspective. Shoutout to all The Real Ones, subscribe to the pod, and follow us on socials @patbevpod Ads: -- BodyArmor: Available in stores nationwide. Head on over to the BODYARMOR Store on Amazon at https://barstool.link/BODYARMOR & get yours today! -- Sport Clips: Sport Clips. It's a Game Changer. https://barstool.link/SportClipsBSS -- New Amsterdam Vodka: Stock up for your holiday parties and Find your wins with New Amsterdam Vodka -- Pie Wine: PIE Wine, Pizzas new side piece. Visit https://PIEWine.comYou can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/patbevpod
Have you ever been so focused on caring for others that you forgot about yourself? For caregivers, it's easy to feel as if your needs come second. You might think: I don't have time and then self-care gets put on the backburner. This leads to burnout AND to not being our best for the people we love who need us. Jessica Cording, a registered dietitian, health coach, and author, believes that we have to take care of ourselves first to be able to support those we are caring for. In her book, The Farewell Tour: A Caregiver's Guide to Stress Management, Sane Nutrition, and Better Sleep, Jessica shares the tips and tools she wishes she had when her father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. As a respected voice in the wellness space, Jessica continues to help thousands of people going through the challenges of caregiving with her practical insights on managing self-care during demanding times, including maintaining healthy habits when you're feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Whether you're dealing with a terminal illness or ongoing care, when you prioritize your own needs, you can be more present for those you love and make the most of your role as a caregiver. In this episode, you'll learn: Why self-care for caregivers is essential for survival Ways to talk about nutrition and healthy habits to those you are supporting Strategies for make healthy food choices as a busy caregiver How stress affects blood sugar and what you can do to manage it How to avoid burnout (and recognize the signs) as a caregiver This heartfelt conversation will equip you with the supportive strategies you need to help you balance self-care with the demanding role of caregiving. Resources Mentioned: The Food-Mood Bundle The Little Book of Game Changers: 50 Healthy Habits for Managing Stress & Anxiety: https://jessicacordingnutrition.com/book/the-little-book-of-game-changers/ The Farewell Tour: A Caregiver's Guide to Stress Management, Sane Nutrition, and Better Sleep: The Farewell Tour: A Caregiver's Guide to Stress Management, Sane Nutrition, and Better Sleep Learn More about Jessica Cording: Website: https://www.jessicacordingnutrition.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicacording/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jesscording/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JessicaCordingNutrition/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/drama-free-healthy-living-with-jess-cording/id1460384072 Learn More about Elise Museles: Food Story: Rewrite the Way You, Eat, Think, and Live Website: elisemuseles.com Instagram: @elisemuseles Facebook: @elisemuseles
Welcome to the New Season of the Everyday Sniper Podcast, in this episode I want to talk about our Training philosophy and pushing that last 10%. The Everyday Sniper Podcast:That last 10% Chris and I have restarted doing some Sniper's Hide Videos and you can find them in the usual places like Rumble & YouTube, so be sure to check them out. But in doing these videos we are looking at the why as well as cause and affect. Like most things in life, there is a reason why things happens. Shooting is an "If" - "Than" experience, if you do this, then this will happen. So with our new videos we are looking at that relationship between you and your rifle. Small things matter, and I encourage you to watch these recent videos as they ask you to answer the question for yourself. What do you need to do with your rifle set up in order to execute the perfect shot ? Take the bags we use, Most people shoot with a Game Changer today because they want that one bag solution. But first off, the Game Changer is a front rest and not a rear bag, but we also understand compromise. Using the Game Changer is a compromise, so you have to know what can happen if you use the bag in a variety of different ways. Not every result is the same, so check out the video. It's about bringing the little things to the shooter, pushing you past that last 10% as that is the hardest obstacle to climb. Get over that plateau, moving beyond 30th place, it's the focus the drive needed to cross that imaginary line of the last 10%, Push yourself further by trying what we are putting down. Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
Alan Stein, Jr. is a keynote speaker and author. He's a performance coach with a passion for helping business leaders change behaviors. He spent 15+ years working with the highest performing basketball players on the planet including NBA superstars Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, and Kobe Bryant.Alan teaches proven principles on how to utilize the same approaches in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level. Through Alan's customized programs, he transfers his unique expertise to maximize both individual and organizational performance.During the interview, we discuss…the 3 most impactful traits for elite performancehow to develop a winner's mindsetrefocusing for peak performancethe concept of “Next Play”Connect after the episode…Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alansteinjrTwitter: https://twitter.com/AlanSteinJrWebsite: https://alansteinjr.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/alansteinjrSubscribe to The Game Changer newsletter: https://alansteinjr.com/lessonsRead “Raise Your Game” https://www.amazon.com/Raise-Your-Game-High-Performance-Secrets/dp/1546082859Claim your free gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675
If you're struggling, consider therapy with our sponsor BetterHelp. Go to https://betterhelp.com/focusup for a 10% discount on your first month of therapy with a licensed professional specific to your needs. In this episode, we're privileged to host Jeffrey Williams, the Assistant Athletic Director for Mental Health and Wellness at Wayne State University. Join us as we explore the crucial significance of mental health in areas historically overlooked, particularly within the realm of athletics. Jeff shares invaluable insights into the evolving landscape of mental health support within athletic communities, shedding light on the strides made and the work yet to be done. From destigmatizing mental health conversations to implementing robust support systems, we unravel the multifaceted journey toward prioritizing mental well-being in sports. Discover how Jeff's role pioneers a new era, advocating for athletes' mental health needs, and fostering a culture of resilience, self-care, and emotional well-being. Through compelling anecdotes and expertise, we uncover the transformative impact of integrating mental health practices in spaces where it hasn't always been a focal point. Tune in as we navigate the intersection of athletics and mental health, uncovering strategies, challenges, and triumphs in reshaping these pivotal spaces for the betterment of individuals and communities alike. Join us on the Focus Up Podcast for an insightful discussion that underscores the undeniable importance of mental health in all aspects of our lives. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/deiontae-nicholas/support
In this week's podcast episode, "A Game Changer: Brand Tailored Campaigns," with Vincenzo Toscano, a former Aerospace engineer at Rolls-Royce turned full-time Amazon seller. Having successfully launched multiple products on the platform, Vincenzo, through his consultancy Ecomcy, has assisted over 1000 brands globally. Gain valuable insights into his tactical execution and strategic support for optimizing and scaling on Amazon. Don't miss out on learning from Vincenzo's journey and expertise in crafting brand-tailored campaigns. Takeaways :Conversion Over Investment: Focus on optimizing conversion rates rather than merely pouring more money into advertising. The solution isn't just about increasing ad spend. Effective Communication: Clearly outline your product's value proposition across various media—copy, images, videos, pricing—to ensure it resonates with potential customers. Realistic Pricing: Balancing premium quality with market expectations is vital. Being realistic about pricing and understanding market demand is crucial for success. Research-Oriented Approach: Prioritize thorough market research. Understand what customers want and what competitors are offering, especially by analyzing customer reviews and insights. Strategic Pricing Strategies: Smart pricing can significantly impact sales. Consider bundling products to highlight value, effectively reducing FBA fees, and offering competitive prices without compromising profit margins. Business Model Understanding: A deep understanding of your business and revenue model is essential. Analyze reports and data to improve conversions and make informed decisions. Utilize Social Channels: Leverage social media channels for brand promotion and customer engagement. Engage with potential buyers to build a loyal customer base. Quote of the Show: The game-changer in the search query performance report is the access to 'add to cart' and purchases at the keyword level. Once the product is in the cart, influencing the next stage is limited. Amazon's Brand Tailor Promotions, a new program, offers valuable tools for optimizing conversions. Links :Website: https://www.ecomcy.comLinkdln: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vincenzo-toscano Special Offer: Free 30 minute consultation:https://calendly.com/ecomcy/30min Want To Level Up Your Business? Register With Our SponsorsViably is the complete financial solution to help e-commerce business owners extend their cash flow through funding. Viably's revenue-based funding programs are designed to provide online sellers with the funding they need to achieve their business goals. Whether you need to increase your inventory or ramp up your marketing efforts, Viably can help you access the capital you need to succeed.Claim your extra $1,500 when you qualify for $25,000 or more in funding. Go to www.runviably.com/legends and start your application today.
Layla Guscoth describes herself on social media as half netballer, half doctor. In 2016, Layla qualified as a doctor and somehow has managed to balance that career with being a professional netballer. Co-captain for the England side at the 2023 World Cup, Layla now has both Silver and Bronze World Cup medals. Layla's played for a number of Super League teams in the UK and Australia and captained both Mavericks and Thunderbirds. We explore how Layla has managed to balance two incredible careers, her pathway into elite netball and the women that influenced her progress, recognising her as a whole human, not just an exceptional athlete. As Layla shares her journey, including injuries, setbacks and time overseas, we consider what's changed for netballers with increased professionalism, and what the future holds in terms of broadcast, investment and increasing media profile of the sport. Layla was incredibly open in discussing what a fully professional sport could look like in the future; what makes a great captain and is it time to think again about those netball dresses? It was a privilege to hear Layla reflect back on her extraordinary netball career. Find out more about The Game Changers podcast here: https://www.fearlesswomen.co.uk/thegamechangersHosted by Sue AnstissProduced by Sam Walker, What Goes On MediaA Fearless Women production
This week we are chatting about the movie "The Game Changers." The movie showcases a vegan diet and explains why it is a better way to eat. Mike shares his thoughts and brings to light some things that may not be as they appear!
Sparkle Squad, get ready to get your mind on your money and your money on your mind! In this new podcast episode, I had the pleasure of diving into the world of breaking limiting beliefs around money with the amazing Kim Cuna! She's helping women entrepreneurs like us bust through those pesky barriers holding us back from our financial dreams. Kim believes we should make as much (if not more
In a world filled with uncertainty and challenges, Glori Winders discovered the unexpected secret to a truly fulfilling life. Join her and Tim Winders as they sip their morning coffee, diving into a conversation that will leave you reevaluating your outlook on life. From embracing the freedom of RV living to their profound gratitude for good health, Glori's journey will captivate your heart. Get ready to be inspired, as Glori and Tim's story unfolds, inviting you to discover the untapped power of embracing gratitude and finding joy in the most unexpected places. "Gratitude sets a positive tone for the day, find what works for you and make it a daily routine." - Glori Winders Access all show and episode resources HEREAbout Our Guest:Glori Winders, the special guest on this episode of Seek Go Create, joins Tim for an intimate conversation about gratitude and thankfulness. Glori, Tim's wife, brings her unique perspective to the discussion, offering insights on how gratitude fits into leadership and management. As they sip their coffee and share their thoughts, Glori's warm and friendly demeanor shines through, making listeners feel like they are part of their morning coffee chats. With their recent relocation and love for the fall season, Glori brings a sense of joy and appreciation for the beauty of life. Her expertise in homeopathy and natural remedies adds depth to the conversation, highlighting the importance of holistic health. Join Glori and Tim as they explore the power of gratitude and its impact on leading a fulfilling life.Reasons to Listen: Discover the transformative power of gratitude and thankfulness for a more positive mindset and fulfilled life.Unleash the true potential of expressing gratitude, and experience the profound impact it can have on your well-being.Unlock the hidden benefits of living in an RV, and create a lifestyle of freedom, adventure, and connection to nature.Embrace the future by incorporating AI into your daily life, and witness how it can simplify tasks, enhance efficiency, and elevate your overall experience.Build stronger and more meaningful relationships by understanding the importance of gratitude in fostering connection, trust, and happiness.Episode Resources & Action Steps:Learn more about Glori at her website.Check out her new Gratitude Journals on Amazon.Action Step 1: Start a Gratitude JournalAfter listening to the episode, begin a gratitude journal practice. Take time each day to write down at least five things you are thankful for, reflecting on the positive aspects of your life. Allow this habit to cultivate a mindset of gratitude amidst life's challenges.Action Step 2: Limit News and Social MediaFollow the advice from Glori Winders and reduce exposure to negative news and social media. Give yourself a break from the constant barrage of information, allowing mental clarity and peace. Replace this time with positive experiences, conversations, and creative pursuits.Action Step 3: Study People in Your LifeImplement Glori and Tim Winders' advice on understanding the individuals in your life, whether it's your children, employees, or colleagues. Take the time to learn about their learning styles, communication preferences, and love languages. This understanding can...
Uncover the Game-Changing Secret to Skyrocket Your Fitness Career... Join Barry and Shay as they unveil exclusive insights from one of Barry's recent strategy sessions, exposing the ONE elusive factor holding back fitness professionals from achieving unparalleled success. Discover the 'why' behind this obstacle, unravel its mysteries, and gain actionable strategies to shatter it. Don't miss out on the career-altering revelations that can transform your journey in the fitness industry. This episode is your passport to breaking barriers and unlocking the true potential of your professional life! Download your copy of Why You're Not Selling Out Your Classes (& What To Do About It!): https://fitnesscareermastery.com/avalanche