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Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
Agnes Malatinszky is the Founder of Senga, which takes care of back-office administrative needs for freelancers, contractors, and solopreneurs. Victoria and Will interview Agnes about the thoughtbot Incubator program and what led Agnes to choose to apply, what the demands on her time were like, how it worked, and how she feels now that she's at the end of the program. Senga (https://www.senga.app/) Follow Senga on Twitter (https://twitter.com/wistia) or join their Discord (https://discord.com/invite/53TUyaY7pS). Follow Agnes Malatinszky on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/agnes-malatinszky/) or Twitter (https://twitter.com/agnesmalatin). Follow thoughtbot on Twitter (https://twitter.com/thoughtbot) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/150727/). Become a Sponsor (https://thoughtbot.com/sponsorship) of Giant Robots! Transcript: WILL: This is the Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots Podcast, where we explore the design, development, and business of great products. I'm your host, Will Larry. VICTORIA: I'm your other host, Victoria Guido. And with me today is Agnes Malatinszky, Founder of Senga, providing back-end support for freelancers. Agnes, thank you for joining me. AGNES: Hey, it's a pleasure to be here. VICTORIA: You are the first graduate of thoughtbot's incubator program, and I'm really excited to dive into that with you today. So, before we get started in talking about the incubator program, let's just start with what fun thing do you have going on this week? AGNES: I'm based in Washington, D.C., and it's a beautiful time of year here. Early summer, late spring is gorgeous. So I'm excited because my family and I are actually headed out to Harpers Ferry this weekend for a little hike. So I'm looking forward to that. WILL: So, what is...when you say a hike, can you explain it to anybody that's outside of the D.C. area? AGNES: It's just a beautiful area in West Virginia. And we're going to take our dog and my daughter out there and get some fresh air and walk around. There's a little historic town there as well that's really interesting to explore. WILL: That sounds fun. VICTORIA: Yeah. I've been to Harpers Ferry to go floating, like, on the river. AGNES: Yes. VICTORIA: Where you float down the river in inner tubes and drink beverages. [laughter] There's also...there's rock climbing in Harpers Ferry too, which is sometimes closed for bird nesting. So it is really beautiful. AGNES: Ooh, I didn't know that. That's really cool. We'll keep an eye out for that. WILL: Yes. For anybody that doesn't know, Victoria is an amazing rock climber. I have a lot of respect for her because I don't know if I could do it. [laughter] VICTORIA: You could definitely do it. The next thoughtbot trip that we're on, we'll go rock climbing, Will. I'm confident in your skills. You could do it. Yes, I'm a big rock climber and rock-climbing advocate, so I'll talk about it forever if you let me. WILL: [laughs] VICTORIA: And I'm actually going to go rock climbing this weekend and get outside myself. And we're going up to Mammoth, California. And we're going to do a half-climbing, half-ski trip. WILL: Ooh. VICTORIA: So that's going to be fun for Memorial Day weekend, so...What about you, Will? What do you have going on fun this week? WILL: Yeah. So you said skiing. VICTORIA: Yes. So Mammoth got the most snow in the country this year. When we were there in February, they'd already had, like, 10 feet of snow. And then they got another foot of snow while we were there, so they're going to have snow through August, at least. WILL: August. Wow. Here in South Florida, the lowest we got was 50. So snow, I don't even know what you're talking about. [laughs] Yeah, so you asked what I'm going to do. Last week was a big week for us because my boys they turned four years old and one year old. And we took them to Disney and had a blast. Anybody who's been to Disney knows it's a trip. It could be a lot, especially it was very hot there too. So I think this weekend we're just going to take it easy. We're just going to relax and just enjoy it. VICTORIA: Trip of a lifetime for them, I'm sure. WILL: Yes, they loved it. VICTORIA: We have Disneyland over here in California. I have been to Disney World in Florida. But I still haven't been to Disneyland since I've been here, [laughs] which I think some people would judge me for. AGNES: You know what? I haven't been to either. I hold it against my parents forever. [laughter] Although my family is not a big fan of crowds, so I think that's why. WILL: Yes, if you're not a fan of crowds, Disney is not the place, especially now. I've heard around September is probably the best time to go. So we're going to try that out during that time too. AGNES: Ooh, protip. You heard it here first. WILL: Yes. [laughs] VICTORIA: September, Disneyland, Florida sounds very warm to me. [laughs] But yeah, we're actually going to go to Mexico with thoughtbot as a team meetup in September, which is also going to be pretty warm, I think. [laughs] But it'll be fun. Well, that's lovely. I love getting to hear a little bit about your lives before we dig into your business. Agnes, I'm super excited to hear about Senga. But maybe start with just a little bit about your background before you started. AGNES: I had been thinking about starting my own business for a while. I am an immigrant, and I come from an entrepreneurial family. Actually, my mom ran her own translation business back in Hungary, and now she's a really successful artist. So, you know, I had support from them and my husband as well to sort of try out something new. But, in my last role, I was actually Chief Operating Officer at an EdTech company that had scaled to serve over 80% of U.S. schools during the pandemic. And I was at that company for about five years and had seen the full arc of, you know, startup to a mature organization. So I was ready to take on a new challenge and to learn something new. WILL: You mentioned that your mom was an entrepreneur. And my dad was an entrepreneur, also. He had his own electric and HVAC business, and I learned so much from him. Is there anything that you can just, like, ooh, I learned this and this from my mom as a kid, looking at your mom being an entrepreneur? AGNES: I mean, she is just a, you know, fix-it person in every sense of the word. So she will fix an electric outlet. She will fix something with her business. WILL: [laughs] AGNES: She's just, like, really good at getting her hands dirty and being really scrappy. And I think that's a really important skill to have, you know, especially in a startup, and especially when you're starting out and still on your own. VICTORIA: So, what did your parents say when you told them you were going to start out on your own and build your own company? AGNES: They were really encouraging. They, you know, they keep up with all my LinkedIn posts, and they read everything I publish. So they're just very supportive and the best cheerleaders I could possibly hope for. [laughs] WILL: Did stepping out and starting your business did anything scare you in that area? AGNES: Oh my gosh, every day, something new. It's all just uncertainty and risk at this point. You know, I'm very, very early in my startup journey, so literally every question about the business I have to test. I have to find answers for. And that ranges everything from, you know, business formation to, you know, the nuts and bolts of getting the business organized and setting up financials, and the legal structure for the company, to figuring out what the product is going to be. So all this uncertainty is definitely a little bit nerve-racking. VICTORIA: And I'm wondering, what about your past experience as a Chief Operations Officer led you to want to build a product like Senga? AGNES: So being a Chief Operating Officer, I think one of the things that I really learned was that in order for a business to be really successful, and for people working at that company to be really successful, they have to have the organization's support to do what they do best. You know, what I used to tell my operations team was that you know, we were really the plumbers of the organization, making sure that everything ran smoothly behind the scenes. So, actually, that was one of the inspirations for Senga, for my current company, this idea that freelancers and independent workers don't have that support. They don't necessarily have somebody helping them with HR, and with financials, and with legal stuff, and with everything else that goes into running a business, whether you're a business of 1 or a business of 100. And that's really where I wanted to come in and, you know, support independent workers. VICTORIA: One follow-up question for Agnes on your experience in the COO role. I believe your team also had a lot of background in the freelancing world. So you had people you could ask questions to and start to understand that market. Is that right? AGNES: Yeah. Like a lot of businesses, I guess we had, you know, freelancers and contract workers that we relied on. And that's increasingly true for most companies now, I would say. There's specialized roles. There is seasonal roles that you don't necessarily hire full-time employees for but that are perfect for somebody, you know, on a temporary basis or somebody with more specialized skills. So you're exactly right; being able to tap into that network and having had experience working with freelancers and contractors was really helpful coming into the incubator and having people to tap for interviews and for input. VICTORIA: Great. And then, what is the thoughtbot incubator, which we've mentioned a few times already? It is for a non-technical founding team with a business idea that involves a web or a mobile app. It's an eight-week program that helps you get the proof points you need in order to move forward with confidence. So I'm curious, Agnes, what led you to choose the thoughtbot incubator Program as something you wanted to apply to? AGNES: I mean, it's exactly what you named. So this incubator program was really a perfect launching pad for me. It's designed for non-technical founders, like myself, to get their own dedicated team of product and dev experts to, you know, like, hone customer discovery practice, create a product strategy, run proof of concept experiments. And, you know, these were exactly the areas where I lacked skills and expertise the most. So I had actually looked at other incubators and even some venture studios before, but those models were not as good of a fit for me. I was really excited to find and to be able to join thoughtbot's incubator program. MID-ROLL AD: Now that you have funding, it's time to design, build and ship the most impactful MVP that wows customers now and can scale in the future. thoughtbot Lift Off brings you the most reliable cross-functional team of product experts to mitigate risk and set you up for long-term success. As your trusted, experienced technical partner, we'll help launch your new product and guide you into a future-forward business that takes advantage of today's new technologies and agile best practices. Make the right decisions for tomorrow, today. Get in touch at: thoughtbot.com/liftoff. WILL: What was the original idea behind Senga? AGNES: The idea that I came into the incubator with and then the pain points that we honed in on during the incubator, and then the long-term vision for the company are all kind of a little bit different. So I'll zoom out first to the sort of 30,000-foot view of this. So, coming into the incubator, I had been reading and researching a lot about some macro trends that I think are really interesting, and these are trends that many of us are keeping an eye on. So they're nothing revolutionary, but I think they're going to create some really interesting problems to solve in the next couple of years. So the first one is the rise of independent workers, or contractors, or freelancers. I'm kind of going to use these terms interchangeably. In recent years, the number of independent workers has shot up like crazy. There are already over 65 million independent workers in the U.S., and this number is growing by about 25% annually. And then, add to this that economic downturns tend to grow this number even more. You know, this makes up about a third of the workforce in the U.S. already, and it's growing. The second thing is that you know, the fact that early-career folks, especially Gen Z, really like the independence and autonomy that comes with this type of work. Over half of Gen Z already freelance, and the majority want to make independent work their career. In other words, they explicitly do not want to work for a company in the traditional sense. And then, third, there's kind of a mishmash of factors that I'll lump into one bullet that additionally drive up this type of work, which is that, increasingly, jobs are going to be skills-based, not degree-based, and all work, even white-collar work, will become more modular. Both tech advances and even, I think, novel organizational structures are going to make it possible for people to hyper-specialize and to plug into different organizations at different times, and, you know, even simultaneously to perform that specialized work. So take all this together, and what I'm really seeing is that the current market offerings serving freelancers and contractors are not nearly enough to meet all their needs, which is driving huge inefficiency. The types of companies that cater to this segment now or, you know, there's mature marketplaces like Upwork, and Fiverr, and some earlier-stage companies that do, you know, more workflow and back office. But I'm not seeing a comprehensive solution, and that's driving like I said, a lot of inefficiency. So, ultimately, being a freelancer is still really hard. Only about 50% of a freelancer's time is spent on billable work. And so this is what I really want to solve. VICTORIA: And did anything change through the incubator process? AGNES: So the biggest thing I found during the incubator was actually a really good entry point into this market. So startup wisdom says that you have to narrow down your product to a super tight segment that has a very strong, like, yes to your product. So, during the course of the eight weeks that I did the incubator, we did a ton of interviews, and I was really on the lookout for big spikes and pain points that repeated for a specific niche of freelancers. And that's exactly what we ended up finding. There's lots of nuance to this, but generally speaking, people new to freelancing and those that are just looking to get started need help getting started in a more manageable way and then setting up good practices that will serve them in the long run. WILL: You mentioned those practices that helps them set them up in the long run. Are you talking about mostly the operation, so, like, anything that's non-billable for a client? AGNES: Exactly, yeah. So that's kind of how I think about the work is anything that's billable and then anything that's non-billable. So that includes client management, client communication, marketing themselves, finding, you know, new work, so drumming up new business, all the back-office financials, back-office legal and admin stuff. All these other things that traditionally would be, you know, done by, you know, an operations team at a big company, but, for freelancers, they have to do it themselves. WILL: Yeah, I love that idea because my spouse she dipped her toe into the freelance world. And I felt like the operations kind of overcame everything else. And so it almost felt like the operations was taking over the job. But it's one of those things I feel like we didn't really think through of how much work that that 50% is. Like, how much work do you have to do, which are taxes, operations, speaking to clients, even to get to the things that people usually love, like the design, the software development? So I'm excited about this product. AGNES: Yeah, exactly. And that's kind of what I kept hearing again and again in interviews with all sorts of different freelancers because we went out and interviewed folks from, you know, everywhere from graphic design, to UX/UI design, to web developers, to other types of creatives, content creators. And this idea that they all get into freelancing to pursue their passion, the thing that they're uniquely good at. But then end up spending a huge chunk of their time on, you know, things that they're not really specialized in, you know, basically running their business. VICTORIA: What types of experiments did you run while you were in the incubator program with the people you mentioned you're talking to? And what were the demands on your time really like? AGNES: Oh, so the program is between 20 to 40 hours a week. I had a chance to meet with my thoughtbot team daily. We had independent work time, also breakout sessions. Like you said, a lot of that time was spent doing interviews and running all sorts of different experiments, so discovery interviews, interviews showing the prototype once we had it to interviewees. But we also set up Google Ads. We created a landing page with various calls to action. And then based on who was coming through the landing page and what they were doing on the site, we had all sorts of, you know, lessons that we could take away from that. And then another piece of it was I also learned how to basically start building out an organic community around this problem and from, you know, the community of freelancers, which is so important to have, like, for a future user base and also to be able to continue to engage with my target audience. WILL: Was there anything that surprised you about the program, or did you have any interesting findings coming out of the program? AGNES: One thing I learned through the program was that you know, there are concrete steps that you can take and a process that you can follow to build out a strong business that solves real problems for people. And that's really what this program and this incubator is focused on, is to teach you those skills to go through those early steps. You know, everything that I had read before about startups they're kind of clouded in mystery. And, you know, the big ones that end up being really successful tend to be mythologized, and founder stories tend to have these, like, big eureka moments in them, where the founder had their big idea that led to the big company. But really, at the early stage, it's pretty messy. And nevertheless, you have these steps that you can follow and processes that you can follow to build out the company. VICTORIA: And how are you feeling now at the end of the program? AGNES: I feel really excited and, frankly, more confident than I came into the program. So, you know, I'm leaving here with lots of good data, lots of good anecdotal evidence, having had dozens and dozens of conversations with my target market. So, for me, that's a really great feeling to know that my ideas they don't just exist in the abstract in my head but that we've bounced them against the universe and confirmed that folks are having the pain points that we expected and some that we did not expect. And that there is an opportunity around this. WILL: So, what could be done better about the incubator program from your perspective? AGNES: It was a great program, and that's a pretty hard question to answer. But, you know, I would selfishly say make it longer. Eight weeks is, by design, you know, a pretty short time to get started. And that's really what the program is designed to do is to get you started, to set you up with good practices and good tools. But, again, selfishly, I wish it were a little bit longer, so I can stick around and have the thoughtbot team around me. And then I just look forward to building more of a community as more founders join thoughtbot's incubator every quarter. We have a shared Slack channel that I'm going to continue hanging out in and that I've been told the new founders, as well, will be added to. So I'm looking forward to getting to meet them and to, you know, hear about their experience as well. VICTORIA: What's coming up next for you in the next six months? AGNES: So I'm talking to a couple of potential partners in the next couple of weeks, which might kind of change the roadmap slightly. But, basically, this summer and fall, I'm building out a lot of the content and the prototype for Senga. Again, continuing to talk to the freelancers I've been continuing to talk to. I'm also putting together sort of, like, an advisory committee of freelancers I've met along the way who had a strong yes sort of reaction to this product. And then my goal is that by fall or winter, I'll be able to start building out an MVP. WILL: That's exciting. AGNES: Yeah, I'm really excited. [laughs] WILL: Your dream is finally coming true, so, yeah, you have something to be excited about. [laughs] Do you have any advice for any other founders? AGNES: I guess I don't know how qualified I feel to be, you know, handing out advice as a brand-new founder. But, overall, I would encourage others out there who are interested in taking this path to, you know, really take a risk and to bet on themselves. What I've found in the last couple of months is that there are so many supportive communities, and founder groups, and entrepreneur groups. And this is kind of common advice, and everybody says this, but there's really no way you can fully prepare. You just kind of have to start doing. And at least from what I've seen, that's the secret sauce to this early stage is to keep doing and to keep going from one step to the next every day. VICTORIA: If you could travel back in time and give yourself advice from when before this all started, what advice would you give yourself? AGNES: I would just encourage myself to, you know, take the plunge and maybe even go down this path sooner. You know, I feel really confident where I'm at now in terms of my career and my, you know, support networks and everything. But being able to go back and start experimenting earlier and start going down this path earlier might have even set me up better. WILL: One thing when you're starting a startup is funding. Are you looking for any funding? AGNES: Not urgently, but I'm definitely interested in talking to others working and investing in this space. So, you know, if any of your listeners are investors or entrepreneurs in a similar space, I would love to talk to them. WILL: Yeah. So, how could they reach you if they wanted to reach out to you? AGNES: You can reach me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can find us on LinkedIn at Senga. VICTORIA: You can subscribe to the show and find notes along with a complete transcript for this episode at giantrobots.fm. If you have questions or comments, email us at email@example.com. You could find me on Twitter @victori_ousg. WILL: And you can find me on Twitter @will23larry. This podcast is brought to you by thoughtbot and produced and edited by Mandy Moore. Thanks for listening. See you next time. ANNOUNCER: This podcast is brought to you by thoughtbot, your expert strategy, design, development, and product management partner. We bring digital products from idea to success and teach you how because we care. Learn more at thoughtbot.com. Special Guest: Agnes Malatinszky.
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RIP Iron Sheik GFY, Leonardo DiCaprio's best life, Miami: OnlyFans capitol of the world, Tucker on Twitter, Daddy Bieber is in trouble, 30 for 30: Bill Walton, Drew Crime, and Gen Z v. basic facts. We open the show with a rip-off of Charlie LeDuff's show. Tucker Carlson put out his first Twitter episode with an alleged 85M+ views. Business Insider was not impressed. CNN's Chris Licht has been BLOWN OUT. A 'whistleblower' says aliens are real and the US has crashed aircraft and the pilot's bodies. The Pentagon says it's a bunch of malarkey. Trudi may have to join her brethren on the picket lines as SAG-AFTRA has authorized a strike. A dam in Ukraine was blown up and a lot of finger pointing is going on. Don Lemon and Tim Malone's relationship may be on the rocks because of Don's tantrums. Local Crime: Eastpointe High School was on lock down today following gun activity in the school. A 10-year-old led police on a chase on I-75 in Buena Vista. Berkley's Office Bear tracked down a bunch of punk kids in Berkley. Leonardo DiCaprio lives the best life. His buddies have a unique name of their group. Smoke Shows: Jennifer Aniston has hot abs and a gray bush. Everybody look at Heather Graham. Cancel Justin Bieber's dad. Remember when a 3-year-old cried over Beebs? Brad Appleton thinks he's hot and may be Drew's least liked TMZ employee. RIP Iron Sheik. Trudi wants to cancel Father's Day. Gen Z: They don't give a shit about gravity. They aren't great at trivia. John Hinckley Jr. is begging the Foo Fighters and Black Keys to let him open for them. 1% of Miami residents have an OnlyFans account. That is a lot of fap material. Check out Kira Shannon's butt because that's all that's on her Instagram. ESPN has a fantastic 30 for 30 on Bill Walton. The Luke Walton #MeToo wasn't included in the documentary. How many Danny Thomases are there in the world? Drew Crime: That daughter that killed her mom in Bali finally admits it and accepts a plea deal. Another shoplifter in Detroit was killed by a gas station clerk. The clerk is now facing charges. Ben Crump has a new case in Florida regarding the death of Ajike Owens. Ex-NFL player, Travis Rudolph, was found not guilty in his shooting/murder case. We randomly find a photo of George Zimmerman in court with a boner. Elizabeth Holmes sees her family in prison and breaks protocol. Prison photos included. Bam Margera has been released from his 5150 and Lamar Odom is here for him. Trudi can only think about his feces. Donald Trump vs Chris Christie: Weight Battle. Dr. Gabe Mirkin has broken his silence. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't.
A Cato Institute poll finds nearly a third of Gen Z favors the government installing surveillance cameras in homes. Teamster & UPS driver Sean Orr speaks out ahead of possible strike. Fueled by stock buybacks, pay of top insurance CEOs surged to $335 million last year. CNN announces Chris Licht's departure on air. HOST: Ana Kasparian (@AnaKasparian)SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturksFACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/theyoungturksTWITTER: ☞ https://www.twitter.com/theyoungturksINSTAGRAM: ☞ https://www.instagram.com/theyoungturksTIKTOK: ☞ https://www.tiktok.com/@theyoungturks
A recent survey indicates that many of the GenZ crowd are saying they are okay with the government surveillance state. Today, as new drugs and other technologies are being developed for augmenting, monitoring, and manipulating mental processes, it is more important than ever to ensure that our legal system recognizes and protects cognitive liberty as a fundamental right. The authoritarian state is concerned with, above all, preserving ideology – defining the “right” way to think and behave so that we can unquestioningly conform to it. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with author, Gareth Gwyn about EMPIRE OF THE GROOMED. #GroundZero #ClydeLewis #GenZ https://groundzeromedia.org/6-7-23-empire-of-the-groomed/ Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis is live M-F from 7-10pm, pacific time, and streamed for free at groundzero.radio and talkstreamlive.com. There is a delayed broadcast on our local Portland radio station, KPAM 860, from 9pm-12am, pacific time. To leave a message, call our toll-free line at 866-536-7469. To listen by phone: 717-734-6922. To call the live show: 503-225-0860. For Android and iPhones, download the Paranormal Radio app. The transcript of each episode will be posted after the show on our website at groundzeromedia.org. In order to access Ground Zero's exclusive digital library which includes webinars, archived shows/podcasts, research groups, videos, documents, and more, you need to sign up at aftermath.media. Subscriptions start at $7/month. Check out the yearly specials!
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Gen Z drinks less than previous generations and as we go over the myriad of contributing factors, it becomes apparent that the kids are gonna be just fine. Also, adults are sleeping with stuffed animals and Steve talks about his childhood stuffy, which was not a teddy bear.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Almost half of American voters would give serious thought to casting a ballot for a third-party candidate if President Biden and former President Donald Trump are the Democratic and Republican nominees next year, according to a new poll. Roughly 20% of those polled said they would vote for socialist Bernie Sanders. Is there actually a viable third party, or would this just guarantee the outcome one way or the other? Pfizer recently completed its acquisition of Arena Pharmaceuticals, adding a portfolio with “diverse and promising development-stage therapeutic candidates in gastroenterology, dermatology, and cardiology.” Essentially, Pfizer acquired a company that makes drugs that treat the side effects of the jabby-jab. Speaking of side effects of the jab, Peter McCullough recently spoke on a podcast about Jamie Foxx and his recent health struggles. According to McCullough, Foxx indeed suffered a severe stroke that's left him blind and paralyzed. Why is the corporate press not covering this? Is Hollywood covering up the situation for Big Pharma? Something is going on, and hopefully we'll find out what that is soon. Harry Sisson and Chris Mowrey, everyone's favorite Gen Z activists, are back with another cringey video touting Joe Biden as being fit and extremely productive. Obviously, that's entirely untrue, but one has to respect their commitment to the hustle. Discovery advertised a new show about Abraham Lincoln that claims Lincoln was actually gay. Only three more weeks left of Pride Month! Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold As BRICS… Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa… band together against the dollar, more and more Central Banks are diversifying…you know what they're buying? GOLD! Follow their lead. Text CHAD to 989898 for your free infokit on gold. There's no obligation, just information. With an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and THOUSANDS of happy customers, Birch Gold can help protect your savings too. Patriot Mobile When you switch to Patriot Mobile, you're sending a message that you support free speech, religious freedom, the sanctity of life, Second Amendment, and our military, veterans and first responder heroes! Get FREE ACTIVATION today with the offer code CHAD. Ask about their coverage guarantee while you're there… Get the same dependable service and take a stand for your values, make the switch today! Visit https://www.PATRIOTMOBILE.COM/CHAD or call 878-PATRIOT. Barrel Buddy Cleaning our guns is a REALLY important step in being a responsible gun owner. Barrel Buddy is a totally new concept and better way to take care of your firearms. So, get some today … I guarantee you'll love ‘em. Go to BarrelBuddy.com today! Jase Medical THE JASE CASE FROM JASE MEDICAL IS A GREAT WAY TO KEEP YOURSELF PREPARED FOR THE WORST. IT'S A PACK OF 5 DIFFERENT COURSES OF ANTIBIOTICS THAT YOU CAN USE TO TREAT A LONG LIST OF BACTERIAL ILLNESSES – THINGS LIKE UTIs, RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS, SINUSITIS, SKIN INFECTIONS, AND A LOT MORE. LISTEN: DON'T GET CAUGHT UNPREPARED. GO TO https://www.JASEMEDICAL.COM AND ENTER CODE “CHAD” AT CHECKOUT. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you on TikTok? Who isn't on TikTok? Although it's popular with younger audiences, it is possible to attract multiple generations with TikTok's advertising platform. The story of early adoption by teenagers of YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat repeats itself with TikTok. Ask anybody on the street “Who is using TikTok?” and they would reply “Of course teens!”. The thing is – it is not necessary truth, in fact the platform has not being solely used by Gen Z. Today's guest is Andre Kempe, founder of Admiral Media, which now offers app brands the ability to launch TikTok ad campaigns to drive app installs. Andre covers multiple topics, giving a holistic view on video advertising for mobile apps today. Today's Topics Include: ✔️ App Advertising: Make TikTok video ads; image ads are not recommended/relevant ✔️ Career Changes: Dynamic advertising, creatives, quality, and mobile developed quickly ✔️ Attention Span: Short videos and willingness to consume creatives dominate advertising ✔️ Ages/Audiences: Which channel has massive reach, more likes, and less competition? ✔️ Real-life Testimonials: Creators and viewers gain/give attention and generate followers ✔️ Brand Advertising: Super-effective reach and frequency ads are possible Links and Resources: Admiral Media Andre Kempe on LinkedIn Andre Kempe on Twitter Tweets/Quotes by Andre Kempe: “I grew up in a world with no mobile phones. I come from eastern Germany. We didn't even have bananas.” “TikTok is dominating, at the moment, because the creators found a channel that was just massive in reach, and there was just literally not a lot of competition at the very beginning.” “You reach an audience that is not over-advertised yet, and you have quite exclusive access to this audience on a different day at a much cheaper price level. It's absolutely worth the effort.” Follow the Business Of Apps podcast Linkedin | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube
Boomers. Gen X. Millennials. Gen Z. All of these generations live in different “worlds,” yet they all work under the same roof. It's time we learn how to work together! On today's episode, Tim Elmore, author of several books including Generational Diversity in the Workplace, joins Keith on the podcast today to talk about why understanding generational differences is so important. Tim starts off by giving us some special insight into the youngest generation in today's workforce, Gen Z. Using the acronym FOREIGN to describe them, he details this generation's longing for truth and authenticity. Plus, how is Gen Z “reverse mentoring” today's older generations? And why are Boomers struggling to release the reins and move off stage? Is it time for all new ideas? We think you'll enjoy learning how your generation shapes your work ethic, your view of institutions, and maybe even your thoughts on the church. Listen now! Help us help people find great churches! Does your church choose truth over tribe? Tell us about it! Ok, truth time... Did you like this episode? Tell us by leaving a rating or review!
Tipping Point with Kara McKinney
Almost a third of Gen Z says they're fine with the government putting cameras inside their homes for surveillance. Plus, the World Bank is painting a bleak picture for the global economy. Then, lefties think they're dunking on Florida's governor by defending open borders on the grounds of creating a permanent underbelly of slave labor to destroy the American working class. And finally, it's not just long-time residents voting with their feet to leave California, but insurance companies, too - and no, it's not because of climate change.Guests:Libby Emmons | Editor-in-Chief, The Post MillennialE.J. Antoni | Research Fellow, The Heritage FoundationTodd Bensman | Senior National Security Fellow, Center for Immigration StudiesMarc Morano | Founder, climatedepot.com
Climate and social systems are profoundly connected.Interconnectedness, in turn, can be an overwhelming double-edged sword—an ‘infobesity' that buries clear paths forward to act against the systemic climate inequities rippling across society. In Sage Lenier's justice-oriented activism, she has come to find that environmental education is largely non-existent. Perhaps, the biggest stopgap is that no one knows about the problems that make up the larger problem. This is what Sage sees as a barrier to the climate movement gaining traction: a lack of quality education.Sustainable & Just Future salvages the demoralization within climate change into an educated understanding of the ecological systems that sustain us. On this episode, we are joined by a Time's 2023 Next Generation Leader and YPCCC Public Voice Fellow, whose work creates huge strides within Project Drawdown's Education and Equity by reforming education systems with student-led climate initiatives and advocacy campaigns, educator-led curriculum (re)design and digital programming. For-youth-by-youth dissemination of knowledge translates Gen Z solutions into meaningful shifts toward reforming the ways all generations sustain the health, equity, and quality of our natural resources and the planet.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
Whether you care or not, the fact of your birth assigns you to a generation. And according to psychologist and author Jean Twenge's latest and most comprehensive book, whichever one it is, it's foundational to understanding how major shifts in our world shape us, in the broadest terms. Twenge discusses the book, "Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents - and What They Mean for America's Future."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
Is the Medium Still the Generational Message?When Canadian media theorist and futurist Marshall McLuhan wrote his most influential works in the 1960s, it's hard to imagine he really envisioned our world as it is, in all its technological and social media complexity. Still, his notion that, ,the medium is the message, endures, and even invites us to consider how the evolution of the media ecosystem has rippled across, and perhaps even, shaped subsequent generations. For insights on whether the avalanche of media makes us better informed than we were in the past we invite, in order of generational seniority: from the baby boom: Suanne Kelman career journalist and professor of journalism, now retired; from generation X: Paolo Granta, associate professor of Book and Media Studies at the University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto; from the millennial generation: Noor Malik, a marketing professional; and from gen Z, TikTok content creator, Hazel Thayer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode, Sundie delves deeper into her series on Gen Z in the workplace. Every generation brings its own unique set of adjustments to the workplace, and today we'll explore what makes Gen Z such a valuable addition to any team. In constantly evolving world, each generation comes with a fresh perspective, and today we're focusing on the positive contributions that Gen Z offers to the workplace. “Our parents were afraid of us… right? But we brought great things into this world and they are too. And employees should see them for what they bring vs the things you feel like they don't bring.” ~ Sundie Marquardt Some things Gen Z brings: The ability to be incredible change agents Entrepreneurial mindsets and problem solving abilities Desire for training and development Alignment with company values Motivation for a balanced life Sustainability, diversity, equity and inclusion Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (TikTok + Hairstyles) (4:26) Coaching Shoutout (6:20) Personality Myth (9:58) What People Love About Working With Gen Zs (11:32) Gen Zs Keep Up with the Pace of Change (12:04) Gen Zs Have Entrepreneurial Mindsets (15:28) Gen Zs Fight for a Flexible Workplace (22:52) Gen Zs Value Training & Development (24:22) Gen Zs Care About Company Values (24:39) Gen Zs Are Motivated by a Balanced Life (25:48) Gen Zs Care About Sustainability, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (27:54) Key Takeaways Resources: + Download our *free* Career Transition Planner. + Check out our other tools and coaching offers. Contact Greenhouse Coaching: + Head to the Connect page of our website to inquire about Individual Coaching, Team Coaching, Workshops, and more! + Follow us on Instagram and send us a DM + Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening, and cheers to figuring out what's next!
Chuck Zodda and Paul Lane wonder what the end game for the Saudi's is now that they have forced a merger between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour. Lionel Messi is brining is soccer talents to South Beach in a mega deal. The housing market is tilting in favor of renters. Gen Z is thinking of retirement too early and all wrong. Buy now pay later is boosting sales but stress is emerging. Subway is up for sale, but nobody is biting.
This episode's guest may be too young to remember the 90's children's show, Gullah Gullah Island, but he's certainly influencing the next generation the same! Isaiah Scott, a rising Gen-Z bird-influencer and ornithologist, reconnects with Tenijah to dish all about his journey into birding while young, Black and curious. He also shares how his Gullah Geechee heritage continues to inspire his work, including a forthcoming field guide that seeks to preserve his ancestral connection to birds. There's definitely “lots to see and to do there”– press play and take the journey with us!More info and transcript at BirdNote.orgWant more Bring Birds Back? Follow us on Instagram! For more BirdNote, subscribe to our weekly newsletter. For ad-free listening and other perks, sign up for BirdNote+ here.BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.Bring Birds Back Season 4 is sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Today we're going to talk about a cognitive bias that causes people to believe, often mistakenly, that they are less likely to experience negative events and more likely to experience positive events than others. Estimates suggest that 80% of us display what's known as the optimism bias. For example, we might think that we are less likely to get sick, lose our job, or have a car accident than the average person. We might also think that we are more likely to live longer, be successful, or win the lottery than others. Why do we have such a bias? And how does it affect our decisions and actions? What are the drawbacks of optimism bias? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions ! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: Is it bad to hold in your pee? Why does looking at the sun make me sneeze? What is “Act your Wage”, Gen Z's latest work-life trend? A Bababam Originals podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 3 Gio is locked in to playing golf these days. His competitive juices are back ever since he won the Biggest Loser of Sayville contest. We took calls on the LIV Golf merger with the PGA Tour. The PGA Tour people look like hypocrites, but they are a lot richer now. Jerry returns for an update and has audio from yesterday's news conference with Jay Monahan talking about the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV golf. Unnamed golfers are saying he needs to step down now. The Mets lost down in Atlanta and didn't do much on offense. Aaron Judge was put on the IL with his toe injury. Jacob de Grom needs Tommy John surgery for the second time in his career and he was quite upset talking to reporters. It reminds us of Chris Carlin crying while saying goodbye to the show, ‘Loud Mouths'. The Jets canceled mini-camp next week because they are playing in the Hall of Fame game and he wants the players to have a break. In the final segment of the hour, Spike seemed like he was moping when he came in today. Boomer wonders if Gen Z is phasing out liverwurst. Gio wonders how the baloney business is. We talked about the Oscar Mayer.
Hour 1: The PGA Tour and LIV Golf are merging. PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan looks like a total hypocrite today. Boomer said LIV Golf was going to be out of business in 2-3 years. Boomer said they are going to need to make whole PGA players that did not go to LIV for the big money, but Gio said there is no way they can make up that money. Gio said nobody will care by next year and we'll all be happy to be watching the best golfers all playing together again. Gio thinks the NBA could be next for a LIV golf situation. Jerry is here for his first update of the day but first we talk about him going bald. Jerry has audio from Jay Monahan talking to Jim Nantz from not long ago talking about families of 9/11 and LIV golf. He looks like a total hypocrite. Boomer thinks he needs to resign. He saved the PGA Tour but he needs to leave. The Mets lost to the Braves in Atlanta even though they were up 4-1 at one point. John Sterling was back in the Yankees broadcast booth. The Yankees lost to the White Sox 3-2. Jacob de Grom will need season ending Tommy John surgery. It will be his second. Bills Safety Damar Hamlin was a full participant in OTAs. In the final segment of the hour, we talked about the reactions in the golf world to the PGA and LIV merger. Hour 2: We talked more about the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV golf. This seemed to have come out of the blue and many people involved seemed surprised by this, including the golfers. How will the PGA Tour work the LIV golfers back into their tour? A caller said this reminds him of the Godfather, saying ‘it's business'. A caller doesn't think this can happen in another sport like the NBA because of contracts. A caller who visits Saudi Arabia for business said there are tons of American companies there. You can go to McDonald's or the Cheesecake Factory there. He also said the Saudis are the largest investor in Uber and we still take Ubers. Jerry returns for an update and starts with Jay Monahan and Yasir Al Rumayyan on CNBC yesterday. Brandel Chamblee expressed his disapproval on the Golf Channel. The Yankees lost to the White Sox as John Sterling was back in the radio booth. Seby Zavala hit 2 HRs for the Sox. Jacob de Grom needs season ending Tommy John surgery for the second time in his career and he was quite upset talking to reporters. Dolphins Head Coach Mike McDaniel talked about the success of the Miami Heat. In the final segment of the hour, Boar's Head dropped off some sandwiches and we took calls on LIV golf merging with the PGA Tour. Hour 3: Gio is locked in to playing golf these days. His competitive juices are back ever since he won the Biggest Loser of Sayville contest. We took calls on the LIV Golf merger with the PGA Tour. The PGA Tour people look like hypocrites, but they are a lot richer now. Jerry returns for an update and has audio from yesterday's news conference with Jay Monahan talking about the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV golf. Unnamed golfers are saying he needs to step down now. The Mets lost down in Atlanta and didn't do much on offense. Aaron Judge was put on the IL with his toe injury. Jacob de Grom needs Tommy John surgery for the second time in his career and he was quite upset talking to reporters. It reminds us of Chris Carlin crying while saying goodbye to the show, ‘Loud Mouths'. The Jets canceled mini-camp next week because they are playing in the Hall of Fame game and he wants the players to have a break. In the final segment of the hour, Spike seemed like he was moping when he came in today. Boomer wonders if Gen Z is phasing out liverwurst. Gio wonders how the baloney business is. We talked about the Oscar Mayer Hour 4: NY Post columnist Mark Cannizzaro joins us in the studio. He covered the Jets when Boomer was the QB and they had some run ins. He also covers golf so he was all in on coverage of the PGA Tour and LIV golf merging. Mark tells us what he thinks happened to make the deal come to fruition. Mark thinks the golf fans are winners in this situation because we want all of the best golfers playing against each other. Jerry returns for an update and has audio from yesterday's announcement that LIV golf and the PGA Tour were going to merge. The Mets lost to the Braves in Atlanta even though they had a 4-1 lead. The Yankees were no hit through six innings and lost to the White Sox. John Sterling was back in the broadcast booth. In the final segment of the show, it's still very hazy out because of the wildfires in Canada. Gio has a cleaning lady, so is he really an ‘everyday man'? Boomer said Gio should sell his boat and join a golf club instead.
According to recent numbers released from the CDC, about 1 in 4 of today's high school students identify as LGBTQ. This means it's never been more important for Christian parents, teachers, pastors, and mentors to love, support, and guide teens who are wrestling through these issues. They need to know what biblical truth is about sex, identity, and relationships, and why it is loving, reasonable, and best. I am so grateful for a brand-new resource from my friend Greg Stier, whose writing and work at Dare 2 Share ministries has made him a leader in working with students. In a recent blog post, Greg outlined four key principles to help lead teenagers to a biblical understanding of these difficult issues in a way that is loving, articulate, and bold. The first biblical principle is to “choose love, not hate, as [our] posture.” Even though Christians reject the false views of love promoted in so many ways today, we are not off the hook from practicing the real thing. Greg explains: “God is love.” That's who He is. ... Because of His love, God doesn't wait until we clean up our act to save us. ... Romans 5:8 shockingly asserts: ‘But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners Christ died for us.' ... Encourage your teenagers to love everyone, no matter what, all the time, because God has relentlessly loved us. Teach your teens to continually drench their theological convictions with biblical compassion and agape love—and may we do the same. Second, we must “choose the Bible, not culture, as [our] authority.” The Bible originated from the mind of God. ... Because it's inspired from God Himself, it's as perfect as God Himself. As Christians, we're commanded to listen to, respect, and obey God's Word—whether we like what it says or not, whether culture disagrees with it or not, whether people mock us for it or not. Even when we don't like the rules, we can take comfort in the fact that they aren't arbitrary—they're based on God's perfect character and are given for our good (see Deuteronomy 10:12-14). [but] it's important to help [students] understand that God's house rules don't apply only to Christians. ... God made the universe, so everything in it belongs to Him. As Psalm 24:1-2 explains: ‘The earth is the Lord's, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for He founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.' The Bible is His primary way of explaining to His creation—to all humanity—who He is, who we are, and how the world works. Since the whole universe can be considered God's “house,” His rules—as outlined in the Bible—apply to everyone. In other words, the Bible is humanity's instruction manual. And it's clear on issues of identity and sexuality. Greg goes to outline just how clear the Bible is on identity, gender, and sexual orientation. Third, we need to “choose the Gospel, not sin management, for solutions.” It's vital to believe, and help our teenagers to believe, in this transforming power of the Gospel. Romans 1:16 makes it clear that “it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes.” The Greek word for “salvation” means “deliverance from peril or danger.” We must believe that the Gospel can deliver any teenager from any sin, including any kind of sexual brokenness. We're all born as slaves to our flesh—which encompasses our genetics, hormones, natural instincts, and sinful desires—and into a sinful, fallen environment—which includes abuse, unbiblical ideologies, and more. But the amazing news of the Gospel is that when we trust Christ, His Spirit frees us from that slavery and enables us to live in God's ways—no matter what caused our sin to begin with. And finally, fourth “choose engagement, not detachment.” For years, Greg and Dare 2 Share ministries have been training and equipping students to share their faith. Increasingly, this means having to engage difficult questions and issues such as these. What if it's possible not only for Christian teens to not be confused and deceived, but to also be ambassadors for Christ to their confused and deceived peers. Greg thinks it is. Imagine if the Church began to intentionally reach out—with a Jesus-style blend of love and conviction—to people who identify as LGBTQ and started seeing more and more lives transformed by the power of the Gospel. How much different would the future look, both for the Church and for the lives that were changed? Greg is offering a free four-lesson curriculum for students called Hard Questions: Examining Gender, Sexuality, and Identity Through a Gospel Lens on his website. You can find it at gregstier.org. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Kasey Leander. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.
Is Gen Z phasing out liverwurst and how's the baloney business these days?
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As we head towards another summer, isn't it a relief to be able to shed the layers and wear lighter clothing when out and about? Well, if you're a woman, you might have mixed feelings about that, due to the constant threat of unwanted attention from strangers when wearing summer clothes in public. And a lot of the time, it goes further than just unwanted attention. A YouGov survey released in January 2020 suggested that over half of London women experience some form of sexual harassment on public transport. When did the practice of wearing subway shirts first start? But do subway shirts really work? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions ! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: Is it bad to hold in your pee? Why does looking at the sun make me sneeze? What is “Act your Wage”, Gen Z's latest work-life trend? A Bababam Originals podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the show today, and I'm so glad that you're joining me.If you have a tween or teen, I know without a doubt that there are days when you say to yourself, “What are they thinking?!”One day I woke up, and I had an alien living in my house. This was my first rodeo with a tween, and it felt like things changed overnight. I had no idea what I was doing. And on top of that, my daughter wasn't talking as much. She began fighting to be independent and became moody and wasn't wanting to go to school. I didn't understand what was going on or how to talk to her.Today I have a very special guest joining us. Zach Gottlieb, who is an amazing 17-year-old who is the founder of Talk With Zach. Zach has created this Gen Z movement and community to provide a safe space where teens don't feel alone in what they're going through. He openly talks about relationships coping with emotions and inspires mental well-being and to make the world a better place. His motto: “We can't change what we don't talk about.”I can't wait for you to hear what Zach has to share about what kids today want their parents and other adults to know about how their generation is doing—and the best ways to support them. And perhaps most crucially, we'll delve into the mental health crisis among teens and what Gen Z wants older generations to truly understand.As parents, we often assume we know what's important to our kids, but what might we be missing? It's time to listen, learn, and bridge the gap.Let's jump right in!What you will learn: What's the worst thing you can do to your teen when they confide in you?What are some of the things teens want to talk about?Why Zach says parents should stop sharing viral college acceptance videos. What do most teens today want their parents and other adults to know about how their generation is doing—and the best ways to support them? What does Gen-Z want older generations to know about the mental health crisis among teens right now?As parents, we think we know what is important to our kids, but what might we be missing?Where to find Zach:InstagramWebsiteCheck out our Moms of Tweens and Teens website HERESign up for our Moms of Tweens and Teens newsletter HERE Find more encouragement, wisdom, and resources: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/momsoftweensandteens/ Join our Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Momsoftweensandteens Find awesome resources on MOTTs University: https://www.mottsuniversity.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momsoftweensandteens/ Sheryl also has an Inner Circle weekly Parenting Program with a community of like-minded moms, personal coaching, and tons of resources to equip and support you to love well, navigate the challenges and meet your tween and teen's unique needs during these pivotal years. Get on the waitlist to get all the details and to be the first to know when it opens! https://momsoftweensandteens.lpages.co/waiting-list-for-membe...
The Needle Movers (Formerly Booklub)
What if the Great Resignation could be the key to unlocking a better work-life balance for people worldwide? Join us as we explore the data behind this global phenomenon and dive into the unique perspectives of millennials and Gen Z when it comes to work flexibility and their inclination to quit their jobs.In this thought-provoking conversation, we examine what older generations are seeking in the workplace and discuss the essential factors for a successful work experience, such as higher compensation, improved work-life balance, and flexible arrangements. We'll also uncover the impact of the pandemic on these considerations and how remote work has changed our approach to careers. Don't miss out on our in-depth analysis of the pros and cons of remote work versus office-based work, and how to foster a culture of innovation and growth.Finally, we reflect on the implications of the Great Resignation and the opportunities it presents. Tune in as we consider the motivations of older generations, and the questions we should be asking ourselves before making a move. We'll also share insights from Steve Bartlett's 'flow chart or knowledge tree,' providing valuable guidance for those considering quitting their jobs. You won't want to miss this enlightening episode that could help you navigate the ever-changing world of work.Support the showCheck us out and send us a message on our instagram, Tik Tok and Youtube platforms @the.needle.moverswww.theneedlemovers.xyz
“Be a man!” Wretched Radio | Air Date: June 06, 2023 https://media-wretched.org/Radio/Podcast/WR2023-0606.mp3 Segment 1 Hans and Franz… the manliest men. How does a Christian young man go about navigating the issue of masculinity? If you are Gen Z, you need to start working toward the marriage, children, and finance milestones. Applying what the Bible says […] The post HANS AND FRANZ WERE DOPES, NOT MANLY MEN appeared first on Wretched.
Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about things that were normal in the past but are a luxury now, the world's oldest living cat just turned 32 years old, Chris Rock had a peeping tom peeking into his apartment, a guy captured on video standing on the door of his car while driving down an highway, a worker in trouble for taking 6-hour bathroom breaks, people suffering from hemorrhoids, Gen Z not as interested in sex as past generations, the craziest thing you've stumbled upon, a burglar tried to hide his identity with a cardboard box during a robbery, video of a mysterious sea creature swimming off South Carolina coast, US Government admits to having materials not of human origin, a bar apologizes after launching a free drinks for women based on bra size promotion, a man so addicted to cheese he's spent $70K on it, and more! CONNECT WITH DAVE & CHUCK THE FREAK www.instagram.com/daveandchuckthefreak www.twitter.com/daveandchuck www.facebook.com/daveandchuckthefreakfans www.daveandchuckthefreak.com/ Or email the show: email@example.com
Taylor Swift and Matt Healy are done, a list of the worst covers, Gen Z's alcohol consumption has dropped to the point where bars don't know what to do, 1 in every 500 flights worldwide have unruly airline passengers, and Vinnie reads your texts!
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It's 2023 - we had a major global pandemic, geopolitical upheaval, and market ups and downs. So how are we doing when it comes to making the workplace more empathetic and adapting to everything that's hit us? For 8 years, Businessolver, a leader in benefits technology has conducted their State of Workplace Empathy Report. This report has come to be the gold standard in workplace empathy and leadership. And this year? Well, let's just say we have some work to do. In some ways, we've gone backward, with a widening gap between what the C-Suite thinks about its culture and what HR and employees actually experience. Also, HR is burning out. And as suspected, employees are craving flexibility as a key empathetic benefit. Today, Rae Shanahan, who has supported the organic growth of Businessolver from 10 employees to 1500 employees, and I discuss the key findings 2023 State of Empathy Report, what it means for HR and C-suite leadership, where we can continue to be optimistic and push for change, and actionable ways you can close the Empathy Gap in your own organization, regardless of where you sit. To access the episode transcript, please click on the episode title at www.TheEmpathyEdge.comKey Takeaways:What is right for one person is not going to be right for another. As a company, understanding what is right for each of your employees, as an individual, is a way in which you can be empathetic. 42% of employees feel their manager has the most impact on building a culture of empathy. More and more organizations are really focused on giving first-level managers training on empathy and caring. Empathy is not about treating people the way you were treated. Gen Z is estimated to make up 27% of the workforce by 2025 and they bring completely new expectations to the workforce, around empathy, DEI, financial wellness, and flexibility. "96% of employees say flexible working hours is the most empathetic benefit that an employer can offer. That's something that doesn't cost a lot, but you can get a lot of love from employees for offering it." — Rae Shanahan Episode References: 2023 State of Workplace Empathy - 8th annual reportThe Empathy Edge Podcast - Rebecca Friese: How to Build a “Good” CultureNPR: Airbnb lets its workers live and work anywhere. Spoiler: They're loving itAbout Rae Shanahan, Chief Strategy Officer, Businessolver"Seasoned" executive supporting the organic growth of Businessolver from 10 employees to over 1500. We live the "Businessolver Way" which means we have an intentional guide that defines our core values, core business, operation principles, our "safe" environment, and common language. We spend each day training and applying the Businessolver way to grow and delight.Connect with Rae Shanahan: Businessolver: https://www.businessolver.comLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/raeshanahan Don't forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria and her work: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice
Our three hosts have the pleasure to talk to Barbara Palumbo, editor, writer and founder of the platform “Whats On Her Wrist." The Philadelphia native twenty-seven-year veteran of the watch and jewelry industry, Barbara talks about the changing figure of women both as consumers and as watchmakers through history and how she uses humor as a vehicle to expand the appeal for watches to various demographics and audiences. Ms. Palumbo has been nominated twice in her career in the category of Excellence in Editorial Media by the Women's Jewelry Association and has written for worldwide publications such as Vanity Fair On Time, Revolution Magazine, Luxury Daily, Modern Luxury, Watchonista, and others. Sit back and tune into this new episode of The Accutron Show.EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS11:45 My project started as a way of making fun of how seriously we take the watch world. Because you have the savants already but you want a greater appeal, you want to turn on a middle aged woman like me, or a 30-year-old woman, or a 25-year-old gay man, or more people of color. So I thought humor was the best way to do it. 23:26 The watch world, mainly the men of the watch world, the CEO, designer, etc. were thinking 'women like this.' No, women like everything. The way I have friends, colleagues, or boyfriends from all walks of life. And my watch collection reflects that. 39:38 The new generation of watch buyers are hard to put in a box, they all want something different. It's tough to write anything about what Gen Z likes, because they don't want to be compartmentalized. Some of them are interested in what the celebrity is wearing, others are into microbrands.
North Side Sermons [Greenwood, SC]
In this episode, we dive into a recent trend on TikTok, social media, and Gen Z's view of work.
If we want to be serious about hiring and inspiring Gen Z, we don't have to offer more paid time off or higher wages. Instead, we first need to understand the forces that influence young people's worldview, and, second, sincerely connect with them. In today's episode, Matt Bradley (Partnership Manager at WhyFire) explains how postmodernism plagued Gen Z and what can be done to reverse its effects. After a decade of teaching thousands of Gen Z high school students, Matt's found how to cultivate genuine relationships with young people and empower them to do challenging things. In this episode, you'll learn: Why members of Gen Z believe there's nothing to strive for in life (and the three primary problems within this belief). How to empower members of Gen Z through mentorship (and how doing this will actually empower you too). Practical principles for hiring and inspiring Gen Z (and the questions you should be asking when hiring). If we want to make a difference with this generation, the ideas discussed in this episode are all we need to begin. You can develop young people with courageous strength entrenched in moral purpose. They'll show up to work even when it's difficult, go home and take care of their loved ones even when it's inconvenient, and show up energized and ready to go the following day. Get started by listening to this episode. Sign Up For The Fire Time Workshop Support The Fire Time Podcast Financially Click Here to Join The Fire Time Network
Seattle business community takes matters into its own hands ahead of MLB All-Star Game. Gen Z is writing off its freedom. Key vote on drug criminalization.
Scott Kerr sits down with Ducati North America's CEO Jason Chinnock to discuss the strategy behind the record sales performance of the renowned Italian luxury motorcycle manufacturer and the importance of the U.S. market to the overall business. He also talks about how Ducati is constantly innovates to keep customers engaged, measuring success beyond sales figures, the type of person Ducati appeals to, and why it has no plans to introduce 'affordable' entry-level motorcycles. Plus: How Ducati is gearing up for the electric eraFeaturing: Jason Chinnock, CEO of Ducati North America (ducati.com)Host:Scott Kerr, Founder & President of Silvertone ConsultingAbout The Luxury Item podcast:The Luxury Item is a podcast on the business of luxury and the people and companies that are shaping the future of the luxury industry.Stay Connected: Twitter: @theluxuryitem, @scott_kerr, @silvertone_incEmail: email@example.comListen and subscribe to The Luxury Item wherever you get your podcasts. Tell a friend!
The Marc & Kim Show
All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast
Half of Gen Z'ers change their avatars' clothing at least weekly, and drop a pretty penny doing so.
TikTok is feeding teens a “diet of darkness.” Recently, a group of researchers created fictitious accounts of 13-year-olds and quickly found their feeds full with content about eating disorders, body image, self-harm, and even suicide. This is despite the fact that TikTok currently employs 40,000 content moderators and has default screen-time limits for teens. TikTok's problems have long plagued all social media platforms. Most have made efforts to prohibit the promotion of socially contagious self-destructive behaviors, but none have been able to eliminate this content entirely. Their guidelines, bans, and moderators do nothing to restrict other destructive content, such as ideas about gender confusion and transition. Parents can't rely on the goodwill of social media giants to protect their kids. They must be proactive in teaching them how to use tech wisely and, often, just say no to it. Most importantly, parents need to remind their kids who they are: people made in the image and likeness of God.