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Generation of people born between the mid 1990s and early 2010s

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The Living Waters Podcast
Ep. 219 - How to Reach Gen Z With the Gospel

The Living Waters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2023 46:36 Transcription Available


Generation Z, those born from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s, is a demographic that is increasingly becoming a focal point in many societal discussions, and the church is no exception. This episode provides a thought-provoking exploration of how we can truly engage this generation and equip them for a spiritual journey.  It's no secret that the church has struggled to connect with this generation. The gap that exists between Gen Z and their parents is widening, and the church has been trying to bridge this gap using entertainment-focused and man-centered approaches. In today's discussion with special guest Jonny Ardavanis, the guys challenge the effectiveness of such methods. The crux of the issue is not about making church services more entertaining or “cool,” but about providing authentic teachings of principles and genuine repentance—with a sense of urgency to make up for lost time.  Generation Z is a generation that has been profoundly impacted by cultural influences and technology. The advent and cultural integration of smartphones and the Internet has significantly shaped the worldview of Gen Z. This generation has a world of information at their fingertips, but this information overload can often lead to deception and distortion. This issue is further compounded by the shifting landscape of morality and truth, which presents an uphill battle for this generation.  But all is not lost. God has put eternity into the heart of man, and this longing for truth can be seen in the way people search to fill their lives. People are seeking to answer the existential question of “Who am I?”—often looking to their bodies and their sexuality to find their worth and value. The gospel can be applied to this search for identity, bringing hope and satisfaction in a world of emptiness.  As the Body of Christ focuses on equipping our future leaders with the gospel, we must also prepare them for the challenges they may face, such as the rise in deconstruction of faith. Deconstruction often leads to apostasy and a rejection of God's Word, so it's crucial that parents and church leaders are equipped to navigate this with their children and young congregants.  Revitalizing the church's connection with Generation Z involves understanding their worldview, engaging them with the truth of the Gospel, and equipping them for a spiritual journey. It's a challenging task, but one that holds immense potential for shaping the future of the church and the faith journey of the next generation.This episode was recorded at G3 2023 National Conference.Thanks for listening! If you've been helped by this podcast, we'd be grateful if you'd consider subscribing, sharing, and leaving us a comment and 5-star rating! Visit the Living Waters website to learn more and to access helpful resources!You can find helpful counseling resources at biblicalcounseling.com.Check out The Evidence Study Bible and the Basic Training Course.You can connect with us at podcast@livingwaters.com. We're thankful for your input!Learn more about the hosts of this podcast.Ray ComfortEmeal (“E.Z.”) ZwayneMark SpenceOscar Navarro

DaDojo
Interviewed a Teacher on why Gen Z can't READ

DaDojo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2023 64:28


Ponderings from the Perch
Reaching Gen Z for Market Research Insights with Jennifer Reid

Ponderings from the Perch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2023 22:58


Don't get caught sending an email to Gen Z expecting them to take your survey. They won't see it in their inbox of 5,735 unread messages. CEO of Little Bird Marketing, Priscilla McKinney, welcomes Jennifer Reid, Co-CEO and Chief Methodologist at Rival Group, to discuss how to best engage with Generation Z for market research. Jennifer is an expert in Gen Z engagement, specifically the ability to connect with younger generations for the purpose of consumer understanding and insights that move brands forward. As with any generation, trust and transparency are important frameworks from which to operate to get dynamic insights, but with this generation, they are paramount. Jennifer works with teams to help them successfully engage with this important pool of respondents. Her advice? When trying to reach GenZ to participate in market research, we should ask ourselves if we're using the wrong channel, have the wrong tone of voice, are using the wrong format or are asking the wrong question. According to Jennifer, when you're doing it right, you're letting the individual know whose research it is you're doing and what they intend to use it for. They know how to be properly suspicious about online connections, but once they have things verified and clear, they can engage beautifully. As this generation says, “TLDR (too long; didn't read) and this is what we should lean into. This is the generation of summaries and skimmable copy. But she warns against some efforts that try too hard (“try hards”) to be “one of them.” Instead, she suggests a strong commitment to staying transparent about who you are and what you're trying to do. The upside? For the Rival companies, they have done the work and find this generation to be thoughtful and passionate about the brands they use. They are native to the mobile environment and are happy to record a video about their feelings and thoughts. If you want to engage well with them, expanding your digital marketing tools is the way to go. Want to know what young people are thinking of? Wondering what lead generation strategies work with this generation?  Cut through the noise and let them know how important their voice is. They are willing to give their feedback, and that is a great way forward for better business impact! Helpful resources from Jennifer: Webinar on Gen Z communities: https://www.rivaltech.com/gen-z-communities-webinar Gen Z Brand Power Index: https://www.reach3insightstop3.com/top_brands_list/ A study from The Wharton School about why consumers are more willing to open up when using their smartphones: https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/why-consumers-share-more-personal-information-on-smartphones/ SPONSORS Priscilla McKinney, CEO at Little Bird Marketing, is thrilled to announce the release of her book, "Collaboration is the New Competition: Why the Future of Work Rewards A Cross Pollinating Hive Mind and How Not to Get Left Behind." The book's chapters are designed to be time-efficient, ensuring busy professionals can easily integrate these transformative ideas into their workflow. From discussing the state of affairs in business to providing fundamental strategies and seven practical anchors for staying on course, this book offers a fresh perspective and a competitive advantage in today's complex business landscape. Visit priscillamckinney.com for more information. Are you an aspiring author looking to transform your ideas into a compelling book that elevates your brand and establishes your authority in your industry? If you can't seem to get that idea inside of you into book form, maybe it's time you consider hiring a professional scribe. Don't let your story remain untold. Take the first step towards becoming a published author by booking a consultation. Visit https://info.littlebirdmarketing.com/meetings/priscilla18/become-a-published-author now to unlock the power of your words and stories.

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside
The Overlooked Trademarks

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2023 20:50


It's one thing to tell someone you're a Christian; it's another thing when someone notices that you are different (in a positive way). Are you a blessing? What are the signs or symbols of a Christian? There are distinct trademarks that Christians are empowered to display that are often overlooked. This episode explores those distinct trademarks.   Proverbs 16:24     Proverbs 18:21      Matthew 1:18-24       Proverbs 3:5,6Matt 18:21,22      Matthew 7:3,4       Romans 5:8       John 13:34,35John 4:12,13You can now also WATCH C.L.! That's right: C.L. is also recording The Nonmicrowaved Truth on video! Just go to our Time of Grace video site (timeofgrace.org/TV), search for the Time of Grace app on your devices, or watch on C.L.'s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmL7jUfMBm0FKV-I0Op_Vg or on Time of Grace's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Hcyk5JAbout "The Nonmicrowaved Truth":How fast do you have to have "IT"? Our culture tells us to find a microwave to speed up the process. C.L. Whiteside, a man who sees and hears multiple perspectives through his life of coaching sports, serving in education, and attempting to conform to Christ, searches for the nonmicrowaved truth. C.L. gets that what's cool and acceptable now, may not be cool and acceptable tomorrow—and most importantly, may not be what's best.Hit up C.L. on social media:- Twitter or Instagram: @ChampionLife23- TikTok: @clwhiteside

Real Estate Coaching Radio
2024 Real Estate Market Predictions: Supply and Demand

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2023 37:40


PART ONE: Supply And Demand.  What to expect in 2024. Inventory.  Will we ever see more supply? We are still experiencing a historic lack of supply.  Will this improve in 2024? Welcome back to America's #1 Daily Podcast, featuring America's #1 Real Estate Coaches and Top EXP Realty Sponsors in the World, Tim and Julie Harris. Ready to become an EXP Realty Agent and join Tim and Julie Harris? https://whylibertas.com/harris or text Tim directly 512-758-0206 IMPORTANT: Join #1 Real Estate Coaches Tim and Julie Harris's Premier Coaching now for FREE. Included is a DAILY Coaching Session with a HARRIS Certified Coach. Proven and tested lead generation, systems, and scripts designed for this market. Instant FREE Access Now: YES, Enroll Me NOW In Premier Coaching https://members.timandjulieharris.com Currently, as we are coming to the end of 2023, inventory levels are seasonally low.  That's completely normal.  Inventory usually peaks around mid-October, falls until the year changes, and picks up in the Spring.   Our active inventory level, excluding new construction, is currently around 560,000 active listings.  For comparison, this week in 2015 (largely seen as the last ‘normal' market), there were 1,104,514 active listings.  (Altos Research) REAL ESTATE LEADS, LEADS and more LEADS: Question: What is Tim and Julie Harris's favorite PROBATE LEAD PROVIDER? Simple, https://alltheleads.com/harris There are .5% more homes on the market this week versus the same week last year.  There were 58,000 new listings this week, and 10,000 of those homes went pending immediately.  That's good news considering we're in the slowest time of the year.  To see ANY increase in inventory at this point in the year is remarkable and hopefully a trend. Should we worry about a LOT more inventory wrecking the market and crashing prices? According to Lawrence Yun (chief economist for NAR): “There are simply not enough homes for sale. The market can easily absorb a doubling of inventory.” Typically as rates come down (and they've come down from a high of 8.1% earlier this year to nearly 7% in the past week), we should see more inventory come online since the typical seller is also a buyer.  As rates moderate lower, inventory should climb higher.   Ready to become an EXPIRED Listing Agent? As promised, here is the discount link for the EXPIRED LISTING LEADS: https://www.redx.com/affiliate/tim-and-julie-harris/?aff_code=670699 That's good news about inventory!  What should you watch in your market? -Watch your MLS hot sheet daily and see 'what's hot and what's not' -Is the inventory rising or falling in each area you work? -What price ranges are seeing the most price reductions? -Where is all the inventory? Certain zip codes and/or prices? -Are the Average Days on the Market going up or down? -What is the list-to-sell price ratio in the areas you work? -What are the builders doing to promote their inventory? Demand Demographic Demand. The demand from the millennials and upcoming Generation Z buyers together make up a population larger than the entire country of Japan.  It's not a small amount of people. The oldest of the millennial generation are now in their early 40s, and the average age of first-time buyers is currently 36.  How many of them have been sitting out the market, building up their downpayment, and waiting for rates to slide into the 6's?  That's a lot of pent-up demand just waiting to pounce. Baby Boomers are still aging out of their homes, downsizing, paying cash, and entering into assisted living care facilities.  Many of today's transactions are fueled by the Boomers.   If you add the inventory from the Boomers and the demand of the Millennials and Generation Z, rates come down and then we're right back to a hot market. It's too soon to tell, but demographics are certainly on our side, and a good reason to see home prices continue to increase.

The Barron Report
Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe Expands It's Flavors and Followers

The Barron Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 37:31


In today's podcast, we delve into the world of Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe with the extraordinary Julie Wade. Join us as we embark on a culinary adventure, exploring the vibrant flavors and rich history of Mediterranean cuisine. Julie, the visionary behind Taziki's, shares her insights on creating a thriving restaurant business, fostering a passionate team, and delivering an exceptional dining experience that has captivated guests for over two decades.The restaurant industry is constantly evolving, and with the emergence of the next consumer generation – Generation Z – it's more important than ever to adapt marketing strategies to resonate with this tech-savvy, experience-driven demographic. This generation is characterized by their digital fluency, social consciousness, and preference for personalized experiences. To effectively capture their attention and cultivate loyalty, restaurants must focus on three key pillars: branding, technology, and consumer experience.Branding: Building a Resonant IdentityIn today's competitive landscape, a strong brand identity is essential for any restaurant. Gen Z is drawn to brands that align with their values and reflect their personalities. Restaurants should craft a brand that is authentic, engaging, and stands out from the crowd. This can be achieved through consistent messaging, visually appealing branding elements, and a unique brand voice that resonates with the target audience.Social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok offer excellent opportunities to showcase the brand's personality and connect with Gen Z consumers.Technology: Embracing Convenience and InnovationGen Z is accustomed to seamless digital experiences, and restaurants must keep pace with their technological expectations. Embracing technology can enhance convenience, streamline operations, and create a more personalized experience. Consider implementing online ordering platforms, mobile payment options, and interactive digital menus. Explore the use of social media marketing tools to target specific demographics and engage with potential customers. Leverage technology to gather customer feedback and tailor offerings to their preferences.Consumer Experience: Creating Unforgettable MomentsGen Z is not just looking for a meal; they seek memorable dining experiences that go beyond the food. Create an atmosphere that is inviting, trendy, and Instagram-worthy. Consider incorporating interactive elements, such as live music or cooking demonstrations, to keep customers engaged. Offer unique menu items that cater to their dietary preferences and values, such as plant-based options or locally sourced ingredients. Host events and workshops that align with their interests, such as cooking classes or sustainability seminars.Bridging the Gap: Combining Branding, Technology, and ExperienceThe key to successful restaurant marketing lies in seamlessly integrating branding, technology, and consumer experience. A cohesive brand identity should be evident across all digital platforms, physical spaces, and customer interactions. Technology should be used to enhance the overall experience, not replace it. And every aspect of the dining experience should contribute to building a loyal customer base.Visit www.savor.fm for more podcasts like thisFollow on X: Savor_fm

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
CNLP 615 | Heather McGowan Explains Why What Made you Successful As a Leader Today Won't Make You Successful in the Future, The Four Shifts that Need to Happen At Work, And What Generation Z Sees as Non-Negotiable in Workplace

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 61:01


Future of Work strategist Heather McGowan explains why what made you successful as a leader today won't make you successful in the future. Heather dives into the four shifts that need to happen at work and what the next generation expects as non-negotiable in any workplace. Show Notes The Art of Generosity Course On The Rise Newsletter Preaching Cheat Sheet Watch on YouTube Follow @careynieuwhof Follow @theartofleadershipnetwork   Brought to you by The Art of Leadership Network   _____ The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Empowering Church Leaders in the Digital Age   In a rapidly evolving digital age, the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast delves deep into the intricacies of leadership, offering management insights and authentic leadership tips to help you rise above the unhealthy patterns that often plague today's church leaders.  Carey addresses character issues like envy that can hinder our growth, and he emphasizes the power of multiplication – the idea that true leadership is not about adding followers but multiplying leaders. Whether you're on the brink of resignation, seeking a fresh perspective on digital how-to strategies, or simply wishing to bolster your leadership skills, this podcast is a treasure trove of transformative insights. Join Carey as he navigates the multifaceted world of leadership, ensuring that you're equipped and inspired to lead more effectively.

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In the Club by Club Colors
Redefining Student Success: Gen Z's Impact on Higher Ed and Workforce with Eric Kirby and Jared Tippets

In the Club by Club Colors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 30:09


In this episode of In The Club Podcast by Club Colors, Dr. Eric Kirby and Dr. Jared Tippets delve into the evolving landscape of student success in higher education and the workforce, particularly influenced by Generation Z. Hosted by John Morris and Chris Jaeger, this conversation challenges traditional perspectives, focusing on aligning education with the rapidly changing needs and expectations of Gen Z. The discussion navigates the importance of understanding and meeting Gen Z's aspirations, their innovative nature, value alignment, and the critical shifts necessary in educational and corporate environments.KEY TAKEAWAYSUnderstanding the evolving concept of student success involves adapting to Gen Z's definition rather than imposing traditional frameworks.Gen Z's characteristics include ambition, financial mindfulness, technical prowess, creativity, and a focus on career-oriented education.Flexibility, authenticity, and alignment with values are pivotal for engaging and retaining Gen Z in higher education and the workforce.The need for adaptability in curriculum, on-demand learning, and real-world applicability to meet Gen Z's demand for up-to-date and relevant education.Organizations and educational institutions need to foster a culture of dialogue, mentorship, and growth opportunities to attract and retain Gen Z talent.Gen Z values being engaged as collaborators and expects organizations to genuinely communicate with them rather than talking at them.QUOTES"This generation wants to be spoken with, not spoken to.""They're constantly asking, 'Why?' which is really what makes them strong.""The styles have changed, but higher education is not necessarily changing with it.""We have to pause and ask, 'Is the way we do things really the best way?'"Connect and learn more about Jared Tippets and Eric Kirby through the links below.Jarredd Tippets' LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaredtippets/Eric Kirby's Linked: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-kirby-j-d-ph-d-a0827073/If you enjoyed this episode of In the Club Podcast with Club Colors, please leave us a review on your favorite podcasting platform!Club Colors: https://www.clubcolors.com/

Talk Talent To Me
Adobe Sr. DEI Business Partner Gary L. Davis

Talk Talent To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 33:23


Recruitment has not changed over the last few decades, but company needs certainly have. Gary Davis is the Senior Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Business Partner at Adobe. During this episode, he joins us to discuss the evolving importance of DE&I, the metrics used to evaluate candidates, and how to determine how people experience your company culture. Tuning in, you'll hear Gary's thoughts on the two-way street of recruitment, valuing transparency, and the importance of solving problems specific to Generation Z. We discuss what it truly means to shrink the gaps in equity and inclusion, Gary's Christmas wishlist for the future of the industry, and more.    Key Points From This Episode:   Introducing Gary Davis, Senior DE&I Business Partner at Adobe.  His motivation to find creative ways to address inequality in the USA.  What his role involves and how he serves all of the communities at Adobe. The process of productizing equitable interviewing.  How recruitment has not evolved over the last fifty years.  Interrogating the metric we use to evaluate candidates for a role. How Gary's roles have evolved in DE&I and tech.  Measuring how people experience your company culture. Whether or not recruiters should be incentivized around retention.  Why Gary values transparency so highly.  Considering recruitment a two-way street. His favorite thing about diversity and inclusion work.  What it means to creatively shrink the gaps in equity and inclusion. Why it is important to solve problems specific to Gen Z.  Gary's Christmas wishlist for the future of the industry. Reshaping how we approach DE&I work with the past in mind.    Quotes:   “The throughline for any work that I've ever done has been about designing programs and products that create spaces for people from excluded groups; women, people of color, and folks with disabilities.” — Gary Davis [0:03:15]   “One of the interesting things to me about recruiting is that we have not really changed it in the last fifty or so years.” — Gary Davis [0:05:21]   “We don't have a talent shortage. We have a sourcing issue.” — Gary Davis [0:07:58]   “The coolest thing about diversity and inclusion work is that you are really measured by your ability to influence.” — Gary Davis [0:26:11]   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:   Gary L Davis on LinkedIn Adobe The Devil Wears Prada Talk Talent to Me Hired  

Create and Grow Rich Podcast
Episode #109 Generation Z Speaks Out About the Future of Work and Generational Shifts - Katherine Menendez, Kenia Ventura & Lizbeth Paz

Create and Grow Rich Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 59:38


Since people are living and working longer there is a multiple generational overlap in our workforce. The way members of various generations learn, interact, respond to challenges and create changes.In this podcast episode, Genein Letford invites her former elementary students, who are now in their early 20's, to talk about the changes in the workforce, their workforce focus and the discussion on generational leadership. They also discuss how their formative years helped shape their adult mindset on leadership, networking and taking risks.Kenia Ventura is a second year at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo pursuing Business Administration, and concentrating in accounting. In being part of the Latinx Business Student Association, and serving as the Director of External Affairs, she is also a Summer 2023 EY Launch Intern.  Currently, she is the Assistant Executive Director/Social Media Manager at Alumni360, a mentorship program that supports middle and high school students. Her goal is to intern where she'll be surrounded by an environment where underrepresented and vulnerable groups are treated equitably and ethically, and there's value in encouraging advocacy.Katherine Menendez is a Specialist at the UC Davis Center for Regional Change (CRC). She has worked as a Mentor for Alumni360. She is currently working on projects stemmed in social security net, transportation equities, youth participatory action research (YPAR) and other sectors. Her emphasis is prioritizing working with and for the community.Lizbeth Paz is a student at California State University, Northridge, pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Business Analytics with a minor in Business Management. Mathematics and numbers in business-related contexts are her passion, and she enjoys spreading her knowledge with others as a Mathematics Instructional Student Assistant. Furthermore, as an Outreach Assistant at Alumni360, a mentorship program dedicated to developing the financial, professional, and creative skills of students in all grade levels, Lizbeth's goal is to engage with students through various communication channels to guide them through available resources to aid with professional growth.Emails:kmenendez@ucdavis.edulizbeth.paz.749@my.csun.edukeniaventura2004@gmail.comTo learn more, visit:https://caffestrategies.com/Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/genein-letford/

Cooper And Anthony Show
Generation Z Dating Trends

Cooper And Anthony Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 6:04


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The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside

Chasing happiness can have you bouncing from one thing to another. How strong is your desire to be happy? The book of Philippians has some outstanding lessons and shows us there is something greater than happiness. Believe it or not, we as Christians can see why happiness is overrated and where to find something greater than worldly happiness.   Philippians 1, 2, 3, 4You can now also WATCH C.L.! That's right: C.L. is also recording The Nonmicrowaved Truth on video! Just go to our Time of Grace video site (timeofgrace.org/TV), search for the Time of Grace app on your devices, or watch on C.L.'s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmL7jUfMBm0FKV-I0Op_Vg or on Time of Grace's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Hcyk5JAbout "The Nonmicrowaved Truth":How fast do you have to have "IT"? Our culture tells us to find a microwave to speed up the process. C.L. Whiteside, a man who sees and hears multiple perspectives through his life of coaching sports, serving in education, and attempting to conform to Christ, searches for the nonmicrowaved truth. C.L. gets that what's cool and acceptable now, may not be cool and acceptable tomorrow—and most importantly, may not be what's best.Hit up C.L. on social media:- Twitter or Instagram: @ChampionLife23- TikTok: @clwhiteside

Political Hope with Indy Rishi Singh
093: Inform. Connect. Activate. with Samuel Underhill

Political Hope with Indy Rishi Singh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 55:43


Samuel Underhill is a genz activator. He is the executive director of ActivateGenZ, which is a student-led organization connecting young Americans to civic opportunities ranging from internships to volunteering to scholarships and paid opportunities. Samuel was a student fellow with the Bill of Rights Institute and is currently a student at the University of Alabama.  https://activategenz.org/ ... https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14341321/ ...  https://www.linkedin.com/in/indyrishisingh/  

GEORGE FOX TALKS
This is What the Bible says about Diversity

GEORGE FOX TALKS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 41:22


Join Sho Baraka and Jason Fileta in this eye-opening conversation on a biblical approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Explore the depths of values rooted in faith, the pitfalls of the DEI industry, and the crucial distinction between biblical fidelity and secular pursuits. Are we truly aligning with God's kingdom vision, or are we falling prey to shallow measures? Dive into the discourse that transcends the polarized debates, encouraging a faith-focused lens on justice and inclusion. Don't miss this thought-provoking exploration that challenges perspectives and sparks meaningful reflection.If you enjoy listening to the George Fox Talks podcast and would like to watch, too, check out our channel on YouTube! We also have a web page that features all of our podcasts, a sign-up for our weekly email update, and publications from the George Fox University community.

Kingdom Culture Conversations
Dr. Amy Yoder, English Department Chair, Northwest Christian High School: NCHS Students Serve are the Subjects in a Spiritual Formation Research Project (Part Two)

Kingdom Culture Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 22:26


Amy has always had a profound impact on the campus of Northwest Christian School.  It's an impact that extends much further than the countless hours she invests in teaching--she has gone to extraordinary lengths to be certain that her influence is not just growing her students academically but that they are also growing in their individual relationships with Christ.What length exactly?  Her recent ground-breaking doctoral dissertation, "The Effectiveness of Spiritual Formation Strategies in Generation Z", has caused shockwaves in the field of Christian education.  And, now, post-dissertation, she has become the first post-doctoral fellow at Grand Canyon University, professionally commissioned by Christian School Management, to continue and expand her research.The interesting part of it all?  The subjects of her research are her students at Northwest Christian School.  In fact, in one form or another, every single high school student on the NCS campus has contributed to better understanding how students grow in their faith.Today, with a re-broadcast of an earlier episode which will allow listeners to reacquaint themselves with Dr. Yoder, we launch a month-long deep-dive of podcast episodes in which we explore Amy's research.In the process, you will have a front row seat to the most candid, the most transparent research done into the spiritual disciplines of high schoolers...our high schoolers!To learn more about Dr. Yoder's ground-breaking research, please follow this link."Kingdom Culture Conversations" is a podcast created through Frameworks, a Biblical worldview initiative of Northwest Christian School.For more information on Frameworks, please visit:  https://frameworks.ncsaz.org/For more information on Northwest Christian School, visit:  https://www.ncsaz.org/To reach out to Geoff Brown, please email gbrown@ncsaz.org or you can reach him by cell phone:  (623)225-5573.

Kingdom Culture Conversations
Dr. Amy Yoder, English Department Chair, Northwest Christian High School: NCHS Students Serve are the Subjects in a Spiritual Formation Research Project (Part One)

Kingdom Culture Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 18:33


Amy has always had a profound impact on the campus of Northwest Christian School.  It's an impact that extends much further than the countless hours she invests in teaching--she has gone to extraordinary lengths to be certain that her influence is not just growing her students academically but that they are also growing in their individual relationships with Christ.What length exactly?  Her recent ground-breaking doctoral dissertation, "The Effectiveness of Spiritual Formation Strategies in Generation Z", has caused shockwaves in the field of Christian education.  And, now, post-dissertation, she has become the first post-doctoral fellow at Grand Canyon University, professionally commissioned by Christian School Management, to continue and expand her research.The interesting part of it all?  The subjects of her research are her students at Northwest Christian School.  In fact, in one form or another, every single high school student on the NCS campus has contributed to better understanding how students grow in their faith.Today, with a re-broadcast of an earlier episode which will allow listeners to reacquaint themselves with Dr. Yoder, we launch a month-long deep-dive of podcast episodes in which we explore Amy's research.In the process, you will have a front row seat to the most candid, the most transparent research done into the spiritual disciplines of high schoolers...our high schoolers!To learn more about Dr. Yoder's ground-breaking research, please follow this link."Kingdom Culture Conversations" is a podcast created through Frameworks, a Biblical worldview initiative of Northwest Christian School.For more information on Frameworks, please visit:  https://frameworks.ncsaz.org/For more information on Northwest Christian School, visit:  https://www.ncsaz.org/To reach out to Geoff Brown, please email gbrown@ncsaz.org or you can reach him by cell phone:  (623)225-5573.

Leadership Jam Session
089: Coaching to different generations, with Kim Catania

Leadership Jam Session

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 33:14


In this episode, I sit with Kim Catania, a successful strategic and leadership development consultant, to discuss the challenges and nuances of coaching and leading the younger generations in the workforce, specifically Millennials and Generation Z. Kim is member of LTEN, the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association, and is a guest lecturer at Sacred Heart University.We dive into the distinct characteristics of each generation, emphasizing the impact of technology on Gen Z's learning style and preferences. The conversation highlights the importance of adapting coaching approaches to align with the preferences of these generations, emphasizing open-ended questions, quick and efficient communication, and the incorporation of technology in learning and development. The discussion also touches on the evolving concept of work-life balance and the need for leaders to understand and accommodate the expectations of the younger workforce.Key Takeaways:Adapt Coaching Styles: Tailor coaching approaches to suit the preferences of Millennials and Gen Z, incorporating open-ended questions and interactive methods rather than a directive style.Embrace Technology: Leverage technology in coaching and learning programs, recognizing the preference of younger generations for quick, bite-sized information and interactive platforms.Prioritize Work-Life Integration: Recognize the shift from traditional work hours to a more flexible and 24-hour approach, understanding the importance of work-life integration for the younger workforce.Encourage Continuous Learning: Foster a culture of continuous learning and development, acknowledging the rapid pace of change and the desire of Millennials and Gen Z to acquire new skills and knowledge.Build Emotional Intelligence: Emphasize emotional intelligence in leadership, as younger generations exhibit heightened self-awareness and a desire for meaningful, well-rounded success.Acknowledge Diversity and Inclusion: Address the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, recognizing that these aspects hold significant value for Millennials and Gen Z.Provide Immediate Feedback: Align with the preference for quick feedback, incorporating timely and constructive feedback into coaching sessions to keep younger employees engaged and motivated.Encourage Patience and Perseverance: Recognize the importance of instilling patience and perseverance in Millennials and Gen Z. These generations, accustomed to quick information and feedback, may benefit from understanding the value of experience and learning through challenges over time. Encourage them to embrace the journey, make mistakes, and grow from experiences, emphasizing that success often involves patience and the ability to navigate setbacks.Contact:www.cataniacommunications.comkim@cataniacommunicaitons.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-m-catania-1312196?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base_contact_details%3B75JTOYyAQiOxG3OwhUShUA%3D%3D

The Rob Skinner Podcast
241. Rob and Chelsea Novack, New York City, New York. Leading a Campus Ministry in the Big Apple.

The Rob Skinner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 58:33


Today, I'm talking to Rob and Chelsea Novack from the New York City Church of Christ.  Rob and Chelsea lead an all-church campus region in the New York Church and chair the North American Campus Committee for churches across the country.  Listen as they talk about: How they grew their campus ministry from 10 disciples to over 80.  How Rob became a Christian through the help of a childhood friend and then turned and converted about ten more of his friends from the past. How he believes fruit grows in “clusters” and what that means for ministry. How Chelsea is working to bridge the gap with Generation Z disciples And what three things Rob looks for in an aspiring campus minister All this and more on the Rob Skinner Podcast!   More about Rob and Chelsea: Rob and Chelsea Novack serve as Evangelist and Women's Ministry leader for the NYC Campus Ministry. They've been married since 2013 and live outside NYC in New Jersey with their two boys, Bradley (7) and Tyler (6). They led the NJ Campus Ministry from 2010-2019 and in 2021 started the new City Campus Region in Manhattan for the Borough ministries. They also serve as Chair of the Campus Service Team. Rob and Chelsea have a passion for reaching the next generation, raising leaders and building unity.    How to Support The Rob Skinner Podcast Your tax-deductible gift will help me advance my mission to multiply disciples, leaders and churches.  Click the link here:   https://tucsoncoc.breezechms.com/give/online?fund_id=1728794  

EBPL Podcast from the East Brunswick Public Library
Authors Tackling Challenging Topics

EBPL Podcast from the East Brunswick Public Library

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2023 37:15


Enjoy this author panel from Local Author Day 2023! Brooke Beyfuss Website | Instagram | Facebook Purchase After We Were Stolen or Before You Found Me Brooke Beyfuss is a freelance writer from Woodbridge, New Jersey, and the author of two critically acclaimed novels. Her debut, After We Were Stolen, was featured in Bustle magazine, Booklist, the New York Journal of Books, Buzzfeed, and selected as a Fall '22 Hoopla Book Club pick. Her second release, Before You Found Me, was featured in Booklist and chosen as Bookmarked for Book Club's August ‘23 selection. Aparna Parthasarathy Purchase Tales of the Invisible Aparna Parthasarathy is a high school senior passionate about remedying structural inequalities, closing educational gaps and representing Generation Z's values to shape legislation with elected officials. Aparna is a literary advocate and author of Tales of the Invisible, a book that addresses the intersectionality of feminism and the importance of representation. She utilized her interest in reading and writing to increase awareness about the levels of oppression and inequality that occur around the globe. An author, her book titled "Tales of the Invisible" was published last Fall and rose to become a best seller in its category within a month of release. This book not only explores the hardships of women across the world but to celebrate their strength and to find the one thing that unites us all. Hope. Shirley Russak Wachtel Website | Facebook Purchase A Castle in Brooklyn Shirley Russak Wachtel is the daughter of Holocaust survivors and was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She holds a doctor of letters degree from Drew University and for the past thirty years has taught English literature at Middlesex College in Edison, New Jersey. The mother of three grown sons and grandmother to three precocious granddaughters, she currently resides in East Brunswick with her husband, Arthur. About the Moderator: Theresa Agostinelli is the child of two librarians and holds degrees in Studio Art, English Writing Arts, and Library Science. She currently works as an academic librarian and ESL instructor. Theresa has planned and moderated numerous panel discussions and conferences at the state and local levels. Books from thrift shops, book stores, and libraries often find their way home with her. Theresa is happiest when she is sitting with a cup of tea surrounded by good reads.

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside
Improve Your Conversations the Jesus Way

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 23:15


Observing different types of conversations is interesting. Sometimes people talk too much, and others want to avoid talking to them. Sometimes people seem as if they don't know what to say at all. How good do you think you are at conversing? This episode analyzes Jesus' conversational approach and considers an exchange that he had with an unlikely person. This conversation can help you notice some things about yourself.        John 3       Matthew 4     Matthew 16      Ephesians 4:29       Colossians 4:6        Matthew 9:5       Matthew 16:15        Mark 8:36      Matthew 7:4     John 4You can now also WATCH C.L.! That's right: C.L. is also recording The Nonmicrowaved Truth on video! Just go to our Time of Grace video site (timeofgrace.org/TV), search for the Time of Grace app on your devices, or watch on C.L.'s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmL7jUfMBm0FKV-I0Op_Vg or on Time of Grace's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Hcyk5JAbout "The Nonmicrowaved Truth":How fast do you have to have "IT"? Our culture tells us to find a microwave to speed up the process. C.L. Whiteside, a man who sees and hears multiple perspectives through his life of coaching sports, serving in education, and attempting to conform to Christ, searches for the nonmicrowaved truth. C.L. gets that what's cool and acceptable now, may not be cool and acceptable tomorrow—and most importantly, may not be what's best.Hit up C.L. on social media:- Twitter or Instagram: @ChampionLife23- TikTok: @clwhiteside

SWR2 Kultur Info
„Jugend von.“ im Theaterhaus Stuttgart – Theaterstück über Ängste und Sehnsüchte der „Generation Z“

SWR2 Kultur Info

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 4:00


Faul, gottlos und verdorben? Der „Jugend von heute“ wird viel nachgesagt. Und - der Generationenkonflikt ist nicht neu. Mit ihrem Stück „Jugend von.“ am Theaterhaus Stuttgart wollen Jugendliche aus dem Raum Stuttgart mit den Vorurteilen ihrer Generation gegenüber aufräumen. Über ein halbes Jahr haben die jungen Menschen darüber nachgedacht, wie „die Erwachsenen“ sie sehen und wie sie gesehen werden wollen. Das Stück gibt Einblick in die vielfältigen Ängste und Sehnsüchte der „Generation Z“.

HPS Macrocast
Exploring generational labels, values, and culture shifts

HPS Macrocast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 35:20 Transcription Available


Explore generational labels and their impact with this week's host Bryan DeAngelis, head of the Washington, D.C. office, and guests Lauren Wolfson, a Penta Partner, and Daniel Cox, Director and Founder of the Survey Center on American Life and senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), and Kelsey Eyre Hammond, research associate at the Survey Center on American Life. They delve into recent studies on the key differences between Generation Z and older generations, examining how major events and technology shape each generation's perspective. The group discusses the effects of the global pandemic on Gen Z's social and educational journey, including personal struggles and weakened social ties. They also address the potential for tech proficiency and social connectivity of generations that have had less exposure to technology than Gen Z. The group also addresses the generational divides and social media's role in responses to the Israel-Hamas conflict and analyzes the decline in institutional trust. Take a listen for a discussion on how these divisions reshape our culture and values.

Conversations on the Creek
Live from ITC Vegas '23 – The Innovators Part 1

Conversations on the Creek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 43:56


In this episode of Conversations on the Creek, host Rob Savitsky takes the show on the road to the InsureTech Connect (ITC) Vegas '23 Conference to have bite-sized discussions with several P&C innovators around the most pressing industry trends. Guests include Rose Hall (SVP, Head of Innovation, Americas; AXA XL); Ryan Lockwood (Senior Manager, Data Platform; Toyota - Connected Analytic Services); Stephanie Behnke (VP, Solutions and Consulting; Hi Marley); Tony Cañas (Co-Founder; Insurance Nerds; Senior Recruiting Partner; Goodwin Recruiting); Kurt Jackson (Global Head of Sales; ICEYE). From the role of AI in claims to the evolution of telematics to carrier DE&I initiatives, each micro-podcast segment stands on its own. See below for the time stamps of each segment to jump to a particular topic and/or guest:   [2:05] – Rose Hall of AXA XL shares how the company is providing more proactive preventative risk management services and additional value beyond the insurance policy to better meet the needs of their commercial lines clients. Between bringing more risk reducing technologies to businesses and having risk engineers now also leveraging aggregated market information, AXA XL is poised to help businesses mitigate their risk while building long-lasting insurance partnerships.    [7:55] – Ryan Lockwood of Toyota - Connected Analytic Services describes how Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are transforming telematics insurance in their connected cars. Learn how Toyota is providing flexible options for Toyota customers to opt into sharing telematics data with the industry's largest carriers, as well as offering an embedded insurance offering through their MGA, Toyota Insurance.     [18:01] - Stephanie Behnke of Hi Marley defines what “lovable” customer experiences look like and provides her perspective on how and when to deploy AI when texting with claimants. Between advances in sentiment analysis, whereby bots can alert adjustors to customer frustration, to being able to pull in multiple parties like a body shop to grouping multiple text messaging chains together, there are lots of new tactics for carriers to consider for helping their customers when they need it most.   [25:06] - Tony Cañas of Insurance Nerds and Goodwin Recruiting provides his take on what carriers need to attract and retain Millennials and Generation Z workers. Tony also dives into what he's seeing carriers do to improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I). “Millennials expect diversity. Gen Z will demand it.” Tony makes the point that DE&I cannot just be a check the box item, and that the carriers that truly embrace DE&I as a priority are the ones who will succeed in winning on talent.   [36:26] - Kurt Jackson of ICEYE discusses how advances in satellite imagery and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technology is enabling unprecedented responses to changes on Earth. With access to accurate, high resolution SAR images across the Earth during day or night, insurers now can make better decisions when natural catastrophes occur, improving their claims reserving and knowing how to better disperse their claims adjustors to homes and businesses.   Guest companies and other references from today's show: https://axaxl.com/ https://connectedanalyticservices.com/ https://toyotaims.com/ https://insnerds.com/ https://insureequality.org/ https://www.himarley.com/ https://www.iceye.com/   Be sure to look out for Part 2 of this episode dropping later in November 2023.   Check out all our other episodes and follow, rate and review Conversations on the Creek on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and by visiting www.duckcreek.com/podcasts.

Kingdom Culture Conversations
Dr. Amy Yoder, English Department Chair, Northwest Christian High School: Dr. Yoder becomes Grand Canyon University's First Doctoral Fellow

Kingdom Culture Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 40:11


Amy has always had a profound impact on the campus of Northwest Christian School.  It's an impact that extends much further than the countless hours she invests in teaching--she has gone to extraordinary lengths to be certain that her influence is not just growing her students academically but that they are also growing in their individual relationships with Christ.What length exactly?  Her recent ground-breaking doctoral dissertation, "The Effectiveness of Spiritual Formation Strategies in Generation Z", has caused shockwaves in the field of Christian education.  And, now, post-dissertation, she has become the first post-doctoral fellow at Grand Canyon University, professionally commissioned by Christian School Management, to continue and expand her research.The interesting part of it all?  The subjects of her research are her students at Northwest Christian School.  In fact, in one form or another, every single high school student on the NCS campus has contributed to better understanding how students grow in their faith.Today, with a re-broadcast of an earlier episode which will allow listeners to reacquaint themselves with Dr. Yoder, we launch a month-long deep-dive of podcast episodes in which we explore Amy's research.In the process, you will have a front row seat to the most candid, the most transparent research done into the spiritual disciplines of high schoolers...our high schoolers!To learn more about Dr. Yoder's ground-breaking research, please follow this link."Kingdom Culture Conversations" is a podcast created through Frameworks, a Biblical worldview initiative of Northwest Christian School.For more information on Frameworks, please visit:  https://frameworks.ncsaz.org/For more information on Northwest Christian School, visit:  https://www.ncsaz.org/To reach out to Geoff Brown, please email gbrown@ncsaz.org or you can reach him by cell phone:  (623)225-5573.

#dogoodwork
Human Centered Operations with Gisell Paula from Get Scrategy

#dogoodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 31:35


Gisell Paula highlights the importance of incorporating the human element in operations management while scaling small businesses. Her focus is on maintaining a balance between operational efficiency and humanizing business. Her strategies include understanding team dynamics, individual work styles, and ensuring a supportive environment through proper communication and empathy during changes.  Who's The Guest? Gisell helps small businesses leverage their Feel Good competitive advantage so they can scale their impact using their unique winning strategy without burning out or wasting time doing tactics that don't work. She transforms stiff systems into human-centric strategies to create purpose-aligned growth. Gisell is a certified leader who shepherded critical rebrands and business transformations for both small agencies and enterprise organizations.   Episode Highlights Human-centered design and operations, team-building culture, and growth with empathy Perspectives on implementing operational changes with a focus on people and change management A team's natural workflow as a key part of implementing operational changes Applying external solution tools to internal solutions The difficulty in quantifying employee happiness and addressing operational solutions Importance of the alignment of the teams with the core values and mission of the business Generation Z's expectations in the workplace Being true to the values of the company in effecting change management Her team management approach amidst diverse ways of working including voting on file storage systems and creating workarounds for minority work preferences The most common error Gisell observes in teams is poor data management and ineffective use of project management systems Her admiration for the inventive collaboration strategies of remote teams. The personal level of communication in remote work can build vulnerability and trust among team members.   Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork/ https://twitter.com/rherochoa https://dogoodwork.io/ Connect with Gisell Paula https://www.getscrategy.com/ https://www.instagram.com/getscrategy/     Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here

Money Talk: The Annex Wealth Management Show - Naples
Sunday, November 19th. Inflation: is the hard part ahead or over?

Money Talk: The Annex Wealth Management Show - Naples

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2023 54:40


Retail is soft and CPI is flat. Does this mean the battle against inflation is turning the tide?  We'll comb through it during our Week-in-Review with Dave Spano and Brian Jacobsen.  Learn more about our in-house investment committee, what it's like to be an Annex client (directly from clients), some Medicare basics---and what Generation Z should be doing  regarding retirement planning. 

America Emboldened with Greg Boulden
The Marxist Left Now in Plain Sight

America Emboldened with Greg Boulden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 92:13


America Emboldened with Greg Boulden – In today's show, we delve into the recent attack on DNC offices by Pro-Palestine protestors, escalating political tensions, and growing anti-American sentiment. We examine Generation Z's influence on TikTok, discussing Osama Bin Laden's letter and its impact. Join us as we navigate the complexities of these events and their implications on free speech, politics, and media...

Stories With Traction
Episode 100: Navigating the Generational Shift

Stories With Traction

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 54:56


SHOW NOTES:Wanna…Boost your Sales?Enhance your Marketing?and create a vibrant company culture?All of that is possible through the power of Strategic Storytelling!Check out the Stories With Traction course, where you'll learn how to set up a "Storybank" and utilize it to achieve your goals!You can find the course HERE.SUMMARY: In this episode, Dr. Katherine Jeffery and Matt Zaun discuss how to talk to different generations.DR. KATHERINE JEFFERY BIO: Katherine is a generational strategist who specializes in developing business strategies that help organizations navigate the complexities of having five generations working side-by-side.For more info, check out Katherine HERE.MATT ZAUN BIO: Matt is an award-winning speaker and storyteller who empowers organizations to attract more clients through the art of strategic storytelling. Matt's past engagements have catalyzed radical sales increases for over 300 organizations that range from financial institutions to the health and wellness industry.Matt shares his expertise in persuasion with executives, sales professionals, and entrepreneurs, who he coaches on the art of influence and how to leverage this for profits and impact.For more info, check out Matt Zaun HERE. 

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
The Marxist Left Now in Plain Sight

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 92:13


America Emboldened with Greg Boulden – In today's show, we delve into the recent attack on DNC offices by Pro-Palestine protestors, escalating political tensions, and growing anti-American sentiment. We examine Generation Z's influence on TikTok, discussing Osama Bin Laden's letter and its impact. Join us as we navigate the complexities of these events and their implications on free speech, politics, and media...

Talk Therapy CBT
Episode 63 : Generation Z

Talk Therapy CBT

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2023 40:46


Dr Raffa reviews the pros and cons for those born between 1995-2012 and what they can do to better themselves.  Welcome to Talk Therapy CBT | Conversation about Educating, Connecting, Helping Individuals to the World of Psychology.We would like to thanks our sponsor : Dr. Alba Raphaela, you can buy her book about : Breaking the Mirror : A Story & Guide on how to recognize and deal with a narcissist. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09HFRNWYC/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_3NW8EE01F8A6G4KGNW56This podcast is sponsored by (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/) -  Inner Balance Psychology Center, Psychological Treatment and Evaluations for Children, Adolescents and AdultsAs solution-focused therapists, our goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.Follow Us on Social Media:Blog : (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/blog/ )FAQs : ( https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/faqs/ )Facebook : (https://www.facebook.com/ibpcllc)Instagram : (https://www.Instagram.com/innerbalancepsychology) Check out our website for more information :  (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/) or email Dr. Raffa : (dawnraffa@innerbalancepsychology.com)This podcast is hosted by  and produced by (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/) Please consider subscribing and sharing this episode if you found it entertaining or informative. If you want to go the extra mile, you can leave us a rating or review which helps the show with rankings and algorithms on certain platforms. you can leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts  Launch Your Podcast App Grab your phone and open up your Apple Podcast app – it's a purple icon with a radiating “i” on it. If you can't find it already installed on your phone, simply search for it in your app store. You can even just click here if you're on an Apple device.Locate the search bar and enter “Talk Therapy CBT” When the app is open, go down to the little magnifying glass icon in the bottom right corner to search. Type in “Talk Therapy CBT” When you see the album art for the cover, simply select it and you'll be taken to the podcast's homepage.Leave a Rating and a Review Once you're there, click on the stars for a rating (5 stars for top rating) and then scroll to the bottom, past someone else's review, and you'll see clickable text, “Write a Review.” Hit submit.  Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Our Podcast Page : (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/ )( Subscribe with Apple Podcast )( Follow on Spotify )( Subscribe with Stitcher )( Subscribe on IHeartRadio )( Listen on other streaming platforms ) DISCLAIMEROpinions expressed are solely the hosts and guest(s) and do not represent or express the views or opinions of Inner Balance Psychology

The Howie Carr Radio Network
TikTokers read Osama Bin Laden's letter and realize they like terrorism | 11.16.23 - The Howie Carr Show Hour 2

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2023 40:08


Howie reacts to the viral TikTok trend were uneducated members of Generation Z read Osama Bin Laden's motives behind 9/11 and like it. Did you ever think it would get this bad---a time when the youngest generation of voters finds terrorism against their own nation a good idea?

The BIGCast
Youth Will Be Served (that's the goal…)

The BIGCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2023 40:34


Just back from last week's VentureTech conference, Glen has interviews with a trio of founders from standout startups: Sparrow's Harrison Hochman, Debbie's Rachel Lauren, and Legal Karma's Kory Kelly. Also- the PSCU/Co-Op merger, and the relentless pursuit of deposits and the elusive Generation Z.       Links related to this episode:   Sparrow: https://www.sparrowfi.com/  Debbie: https://www.joindebbie.com/   Legal Karma: https://www.legalkarma.io/  CU Today's coverage of the PSCU/Co-Op Merger: https://www.cutoday.info/site/THE-feature/Addtional-Details-Around-Huge-Deal-Are-Released  VentureTech: https://myventuretech.com/  Glen's History of Money 20/20 in Three T-Shirts: https://www.big-fintech.com/Media?p=the-history-of-money-2020-in-three-t-shirts    Follow the Best Innovation Group on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/best-innovation-group/  Connect with Glen on LinkedIn or X (@154Advisors) Connect with John on LinkedIn or X (@jbfintech)

The Love Offering
A Little Mentorship Goes a Long Way with David Arthur

The Love Offering

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2023 35:42


In the last five decades, Precept has created Bible studies and resources in over 90 languages, distributed in nearly 190 countries and on six continents. But CEO David Arthur felt they were missing an entire generation of people—namely millennials and Generation Z believers. Partnering with Barna Research, they discovered three important facts that helped them develop their brand-new Bible study resource named Yarrow. The next generation wants desperately to understand how the truth of the Bible connects to their daily lives and actual hardships. They long for a relationship with God and are interested in the Bible but don't know where to start. They need a guide who can help them get started and know where to go next. They are busy and deeply connected to technology. Yarrow is determined to meet them where they are with materials that speak to their way of life and fit into their daily routines and habits. So, the studies in Yarrow are designed to be relevant, guided, and flexible. David hopes to see a generation so in love with God and His Word that the culture around them is greatly impacted. Their vision is that every believer in Christ, lives out God's Word every day. They know that's a huge vision, but they also know we serve a big God. Connect with David: www.yarrow.org

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside

Do you have someone you call your mentor? Even if you don't give someone the title of mentor, mentorship plays a role in your life. There are some overlooked components of mentorship that can benefit you greatly. There are also some warnings as well as some encouragements that make being a mentor a double-edged role. Proverbs 27:17     Proverbs 22:6     Proverbs 13:20     Titus 2:3-5      Mark 10     Proverbs 1:5    Proverbs 9:9   You can now also WATCH C.L.! That's right: C.L. is also recording The Nonmicrowaved Truth on video! Just go to our Time of Grace video site (timeofgrace.org/TV), search for the Time of Grace app on your devices, or watch on C.L.'s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmL7jUfMBm0FKV-I0Op_Vg or on Time of Grace's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Hcyk5JAbout "The Nonmicrowaved Truth":How fast do you have to have "IT"? Our culture tells us to find a microwave to speed up the process. C.L. Whiteside, a man who sees and hears multiple perspectives through his life of coaching sports, serving in education, and attempting to conform to Christ, searches for the nonmicrowaved truth. C.L. gets that what's cool and acceptable now, may not be cool and acceptable tomorrow—and most importantly, may not be what's best.Hit up C.L. on social media:- Twitter or Instagram: @ChampionLife23- TikTok: @clwhiteside

The Grawlix Saves The World

The boys tackle Gen Z slang. For some godforsaken reason, Andrew challenges Adam and Ben to embrace the boss lingo of all the hepcats and ska-daddies of Generation Z. Needless to say, they absolutely nail it.  Featuring standup comedy clips from Chris Fairbanks and Lizzy Wolfson! LINKS: See the Grawlix live standup show at the Bug Theatre in Denver, Colorado on Saturday, November 25th See Adam on November 17-18th at the Laughing Tap in Milwaukee, Wisconsin See Ben and Adam on December 9th at Cumston Hall in Monmouth, Maine Support us on Patreon for ad-free episodes, Act 4, birthday shout-outs, stickers, exclusive merch, every episode of Boi Crazy, bonus videos and so much more Give us a follow and say hello on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube and Discord! Still looking for a Halloween costume? Scare your neighbors with some official Grawlix merch! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mosaic Church Podcast (Maple Grove, MN)
Set Free With a New Identity

Mosaic Church Podcast (Maple Grove, MN)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2023 37:42


Pastor Erik Lindeen's sermon titled "Set Free With a New Identity" explores the current identity crisis in our society, particularly among Generation Z. He argues that looking inward for self-discovery is flawed and offers a Christian approach to identity. Erik highlights that our identity is based on who God says we are, not our circumstances. Through faith in Christ, believers become sons of God and are united as one. He encourages embracing this new identity, rejecting negative self-talk, and supporting others in their journey of faith.

Little Joe's Conservative Corner
ADVICE FROM THE PAST, GEN Z DISAPPROVAL OF GAY MARRIAGE GROWS, FEAR PORN FROM THE LEFT, AND MORE

Little Joe's Conservative Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2023 25:33


We've been fighting the same fight for over 4 decades in America, and we will prevail.  Support for gay marriage among Generation Z has fallen 11% since 2021, according to a Thursday poll from the Survey Center on American Life. The fear porn from the leftist media begins... Psaki: "If elected to a second term, Donald Trump would prosecute anyone he deems an enemy, unleash troops on protesters, and essentially unravel the rule of law as we know it ... But sure, Joe Biden is 3 years older and occasionally trips over things." Plus more on today's episode. 

The Renegade Mama
Emma Usmar - A Confident First Time Freebirther - Generation Z Represent!

The Renegade Mama

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2023 75:44


Today on the show I speak to the gorgeous and young first time Mama Emma. Hailing from Burma Emma grew up in a world of pathology with both her parents as doctors and her Mum  a literal pathologist. Emma's birth was as far as you could get from freebirth with a planned c-section and her Mum making a decision from the start to not breastfeed her. After meeting her husband and them both converting to Catholicism - they fell pregnant and delved into their options. After a short period of denial about the pregnancy, Emma decided on freebirth as the most logical option. Although her husband didn't agree he was supportive of her and her decision. The birth was a 3 day long labour but relatively pain free and simple. Breastfeeding was a breeze and Emma is absolutely loving motherhood. I love Emma's confident and sure of herself nature. It's inspiring to see this next generation coming through who's rebellion is returning to their intuition, natural living and traditional values. 

The Toby Gribben Show
Seraphina Sanan

The Toby Gribben Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2023 5:55


Seraphina Sanan is a 15-year-old singer/songwriter hailing from Chicago, Illinois, whose debut single "Left It All Behind" is making waves in the music scene. Produced by NI Music Group at Sound City Music, this poignant pop-infused ballad is just the beginning of Seraphina's musical journey. A student at the prestigious Chicago Academy for the Arts, Seraphina's punk rock spirit shines through in her approach to relationships, as she boldly declares, "When I burn a bridge, I stand on it to make sure the other person knows I'm burning it down.""Left It All Behind" offers a window into the tumultuous world of an American teenager, chronicling a summer friendship that unravelled before the school year began, leaving behind the sting of a missed connection. This song serves as the perfect soundtrack for a sunny day road trip, showcasing Seraphina's trademark fearless vulnerability and her distinctive sound, influenced by rock, pop, and heavy metal, with a touch of Queen-inspired flair.Having been introduced to music and songwriting at the tender age of four, Seraphina has spent over a decade refining her straightforward yet unique style, which captures the essence of her generation's perspective. Her melodies quickly captured the attention of industry professionals, leading to collaborations with artists like the renowned American rapper Twista, produced by Toxic Productions at Blockhouse Studios in Chicago. Now, as the authentic voice of Generation Z, Seraphina draws from her own life experiences to create music that not only unveils her inner world but also sparks crucial conversations about the issues and emotions impacting today's youth.Seraphina's debut single "Left It All Behind" is available on all major streaming platforms, accompanied by a music video produced by Twin Voyages, filmed in her hometown of Chicago and at the iconic Venice Beach. Stay tuned for the release of five additional tracks this summer, each accompanied by a music video, all brought to you by the creative visionaries at Twin Voyages. Seraphina Sanan is an emerging talent with a powerful message, and her music promises to leave an indelible mark on the world of contemporary music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Compared to Who?
Gen Z, Body Image, and Identity Issues Featuring Jessie Cruickshank

Compared to Who?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2023 26:54


Today Heather continues her conversation with Jessie Cruickshank about Generation Z, their anxieties, the differences in the way they want to relate and the ways the learn, and how to help them with body image issues. Here are some key take aways from today's episode: Jessie explained how the, "Heart seeks belonging, brain seeks identity, spirit seeks truth. The rest of us isn't that interested in truth. But self loathing fractures the psyche." Jessie encourages each of us with the reality of our unique creation and that there is a purpose in way God did it. "Most think God made us wrong. We have bought into the lie that God made us wrong." Jessie explains. "But this pushes back against the identity he determined for us." Jessie also explained the importance of connection. "People don't know who they are because we become formed in relationships with others. We're not connected, we're not being formed as God created us to be formed. Accepting how God created us is foundational to us accepting our bodies." Jessie's new book, "Ordinary Discipleship" is based on the hero's journey and how applying the principles of the hero's journey can help us disciple. Ordinary people can make a disciple. Today we also discuss the importance of discipling this next generation and how it may be easier than expected. Jessie explains how Gen Z has an institutional mistrust, but they want mentors and they really want to learn. Research shows that the church has become an institution they struggle to trust. They're not sure if it's a safe place for them or their friends. For this reason, Jessie believes this generation needs nontraditional opportunities to find spiritual formation. What forms us are strong connections or highly emotional experiences. These things will be most formative for them. They want purpose, deeper discussions, and connections. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Yourbrainbyjess Visit her site at: www.Ordinarydiscipleship.com or at www.Whoology.co where you can get the free Gen Z info download by putting your info in the pop-up. Learn more about Heather's new book, the 40 Day Body Image Workbook: Hope for Christian Women Who've Tried Everything here: https://amzn.to/3Mrl94o (Amazon affiliate link - a tiny portion of your purchase supports this ministry without any added cost to you.) Visit: www.improvebodyimage.com for more information on Heather's other books and programs. Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.

"Holiness in Generation Z" // Walking in Dominion // Part 2

"Saved & Such" The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2023 28:31


Join us as we discuss our  series titled "Walking In Dominion".Let us know if you can relate to this topic & Drop a few topics in the comment section.nothing is off limits ! LETS GO

Breaking Barriers, Building a Hire Ground
Breaking Barriers, Building a Hire Ground – Episode 159: Bridging the Gap between Baby Boomers and Millennials with Amanda Hammett

Breaking Barriers, Building a Hire Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2023 41:29


Amanda Hammett is the CEO of Core Elevation, a company dedicated to helping high-performance leaders achieve even greater results and working with Inc. 5,000 corporations to strategize attracting, retaining, and engaging top-level talent. She is also the host of the Next Generation Rockstars Podcast (aka Millennial Rockstars), where she proves her nickname as the ‘Millennial Translator' by interviewing millennial business prodigies on the secrets of their success and the motivations that focus them. Amanda currently serves on the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce board while also serving for the past ten years as Corporate Board President of the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Georgia (HOBY). With a BA in History & Political Science from Agnes Scott College, she is a consultant and trainer who has delivered over 800 keynote speeches to the millennials corporate America needs to connect with. In today's episode, Amanda joins us to discuss recruiting millennials and Generation Z and what problems she has observed with modern recruitment techniques for this demographic. She reveals her Millennial Translator moniker's origin and why businesses began to queue up for her help in connecting them with their younger workforce. Amanda takes a psychological look at the millennial employee and why they rebel against the Boomer Generation's work-life values before them. She also warns the companies who are quick to make statements of intent; be that for social change, better employment practice, or other morally guided declarations. She explains that millennials do their homework on their possible future employees and empty promises can come back to haunt a brand in the most damaging of ways. “What makes millennials different is their size. They are the biggest generation to come through since boomers and (are) even larger than boomers AND their willingness to speak up – their willingness to say ‘This isn't for me.'” – Amanda Hammett   This week on Breaking Barriers: Why you need to lose the negative preconceptions about millennials How millennials have a different work-life ambition to the Boomer Generation before them Why companies struggle to retain millennial talent How Boomer employers don't account for the speed of change in technology and culture and the communication changes that are needed to accompany this The importance of deadlines and enforcing accountability with your millennial employee Why taking the time to explain your businesses processes will save you in millennial productivity How millennials will hold your company to account for your business practice promises` Connect with Amanda Hammett: Next Generation Rockstars Podcast Core Elevation's Website Core Elevation on LinkedIn Amanda Hammett's Website Amanda Hammett on LinkedIn Connect with Hire Ground: Hire Ground's Website Hire Ground on LinkedIn Hire Ground on Facebook Hire Ground on Twitter Cloe Guidry-Reed on LinkedIn Adam Moore on LinkedIn This podcast is brought to you by Hire Ground Hire Ground is a technology company whose mission is to bridge the wealth gap through access to procurement opportunities. Hire Ground is making the enterprise ecosystem more viable, profitable, and competitive by clearing the path for minority led, women led LGBT led, and veteran led small businesses to contribute to the global economy as suppliers to enterprise organizations. For more information on getting started please visit us @ hireground.io today!

Compared to Who?
Understanding Gen Z Featuring Jessie Cruickshank

Compared to Who?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2023 28:16


Today's show is a must-listen if you have children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren or folks in your ministry who are a part of Gen Z categorized as those between the ages of 12 and 26. Heather's guest, Jessie Cruickshank, has been studying the older set of this generation since they were in middle school. She has a Master's degree from Harvard in experiential education and has studied how our brains work and learn best. Here's where we go today: Generation Z looks different: More than 50% are biracial. This is changing the way they see and think about race. And Gen Z doesn't mind having more than one "tag" in this arena. We talk about how this may change the standard of beauty in the future. This generation has more anxiety because they've grown up in a more volatile and complex world and they're aware of so many things that are completely out of their control. They have a "precocious" awareness of the world. Many of those Jessie interviewed admitted to crying at night. Gen Z has more social experiences through the phone, so they're missing the regulation impact of being with people in person. Gen Z doesn't prefer the "tech" solution. They prefer non-zoom in-person communications compared to tech connections. Be gracious for how awkward this may be for them, they haven't had enough practice here. The lack of agency Gen Z has felt, has led to a great desire to speak into things, as an agent, with an opinion that matters (even if there's still some maturing to do.) Asking them questions and offering options is the best way to invite them into the conversations. What does Gen Z dream about? You'll be amazed by Jessie's startling answer here. Learn more about Jessie on her website: https://www.whoology.co Connect with Jessie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/who_ologist/ Ready to stop stressing over body image? Check out Heather's brand new book: The 40-Day Body Image Workbook, available wherever Christian books are sold. (Amazon affiliate link. A tiny portion of your purchase (at no additional cost to you) will go to support this ministry.) Join the Body Image Freedom Framework Online Course and Coaching Program - Watch for a special discount coming soon! Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.

GEORGE FOX TALKS
Can Rich and Poor Coexist Together?

GEORGE FOX TALKS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2023 46:15


Join Sho Baraka and Dr. Steffanie Altenbern in this thought-provoking George Fox Talks episode as they delve into the question of whether rich and poor can truly exist in the same space. Uncover the complexities of macro social work, explore the hidden causes of poverty beyond individual behaviors, and learn how churches can bridge the gap effectively.  Don't miss out on this eye-opening discussion that may reshape your perspective on wealth, poverty, and societal change.If you enjoy listening to the George Fox Talks podcast and would like to watch, too, check out our channel on YouTube! We also have a web page that features all of our podcasts, a sign-up for our weekly email update, and publications from the George Fox University community.

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside
The Guide to Starring in Your Own Movie of Life

The Nonmicrowaved Truth With C.L. Whiteside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2023 21:26


Life is like a movie, and the main character in your life is none other than you. How much should you focus on yourself and embrace the mentality that you are the main character? And what should that look like? What script are you looking at? Who is the director of your life? However you may answer, don't forget about the actual star character in your life who is real and special.Ephesians 2:10    1 Corinthians 12:15-19      Luke 9:46        Philliipians 2:9     2 Timothy 3:16,17     Matthew 4:4    Galatians 6:9     You can now also WATCH C.L.! That's right: C.L. is also recording The Nonmicrowaved Truth on video! Just go to our Time of Grace video site (timeofgrace.org/TV), search for the Time of Grace app on your devices, or watch on C.L.'s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmL7jUfMBm0FKV-I0Op_Vg or on Time of Grace's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Hcyk5JAbout "The Nonmicrowaved Truth":How fast do you have to have "IT"? Our culture tells us to find a microwave to speed up the process. C.L. Whiteside, a man who sees and hears multiple perspectives through his life of coaching sports, serving in education, and attempting to conform to Christ, searches for the nonmicrowaved truth. C.L. gets that what's cool and acceptable now, may not be cool and acceptable tomorrow—and most importantly, may not be what's best.Hit up C.L. on social media:- Twitter or Instagram: @ChampionLife23- TikTok: @clwhiteside

Lock and Code
Defeating Little Brother requires a new outlook on privacy: Lock and Code S04E23

Lock and Code

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2023 45:19


A worrying trend is cropping up amongst Americans, particularly within Generation Z—they're spying on each other more.Whether reading someone's DMs, rifling through a partner's text messages, or even rummaging through the bags and belongings of someone else, Americans enjoy keeping tabs on one another, especially when they're in a relationship. According to recent research from Malwarebytes, a shocking 49% of Gen Zers agreed or strongly agreed with the statement: “Being able to track my spouse's/significant other's location when they are away is extremely important to me.”On the Lock and Code podcast with host David Ruiz, we've repeatedly tackled the issue of surveillance, from the NSA's mass communications surveillance program exposed by Edward Snowden, to the targeted use of Pegasus spyware against human rights dissidents and political activists, to the purchase of privately-collected location data by state law enforcement agencies across the country. But the type of surveillance we're talking about today is different. It isn't so much "Big Brother"—a concept introduced in the socio-dystopian novel 1984 by author George Orwell. It's "Little Brother."As far back as 2010, in a piece titled “Little Brother is Watching,” author Walter Kirn wrote for the New York Times: “As the Internet proves every day, it isn't some stern and monolithic Big Brother that we have to reckon with as we go about our daily lives, it's a vast cohort of prankish Little Brothers equipped with devices that Orwell, writing 60 years ago, never dreamed of and who are loyal to no organized authority. The invasion of privacy — of others' privacy but also our own, as we turn our lenses on ourselves in the quest for attention by any means — has been democratized.”Little Brother is us, recording someone else on our phones and then posting it on social media. Little Brother is us, years ago, Facebook stalking someone because they're a college crush. Little Brother is us, watching a Ring webcam of a delivery driver, including when they are mishandling a package but also when they are doing a stupid little dance that we requested so we could post it online and get little dopamine hits from the Likes. Little Brother is our anxieties being soothed by watching the shiny blue GPS dots that represent our husbands and our wives, driving back from work.Little Brother isn't just surveillance. It is increasingly popular, normalized, and accessible surveillance. And it's creeping its way into more and more relationships every day. So, what can stop it? Today, we speak with our guests, Malwarebytes security evangelist Mark Stockley and Malwarebytes Labs editor-in-chief Anna Brading, about the apparent "appeal" of Little Brother surveillance, whether the tenets of privacy can ever fully defeat that surveillance, and what the possible merits of this surveillance could be, including, as Stockley suggested, in revealing government abuses of power. "My question to you is, as with all forms of technology, there are two very different sides for this. So is...