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Do you keep a promise with someone, and you don't buy each other gifts? We play the Throwback Game and test their knowledge. We play some of your HYPHS - Don't forget to download the app! You could win $5,000! For wrong answers only: If you were gifting all of Johnny's House something... what would it be? Some of you all are Harsh! What boring things do you enjoy doing? We end the show chatting about hiding Christmas gifts from your kids!
Do you keep a promise with someone, and you don't buy each other gifts? We play the Throwback Game and test their knowledge. We play some of your HYPHS - Don't forget to download the app! You could win $5,000! For wrong answers only: If you were gifting all of Johnny's House something... what would it be? Some of you all are Harsh! What boring things do you enjoy doing? We end the show chatting about hiding Christmas gifts from your kids!
We hope everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving weekend! First, Jeremiah and Nic discuss the Corporate Transparency Act, legislation that was passed to enhance transparency in entity structures and ownership in order to prevent money laundering and other illegal business activities. Sounds great to prevent the funding of terrorism and other misuse of funds, but how will it affect the everyday small business owner? Harsh penalties will also be available for the small guy… Along with listener questions, the team talks about recent retail sales reports and the upcoming expectations for this holiday season. Watch, Subscribe, Ask! https://www.therealmoneypros.com Hosts: Jeremiah Bates, Financial Advisor Nic Daniels, BFA™, Financial Advisor ————————————————————— SPONSORS: Academy Mortgage: https://academymortgage.com/?lo=dave-perry&utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=show_sponsor Lively (HSAs and FSAs) https://livelyme.com/pro Ataraxis PEO https://ataraxispeo.com/offer Tree City Advisors of Apollon: https://www.treecityadvisors.com Apollon Wealth Management: https://apollonwealthmanagement.com/ Advisor Insurance Solutions: https://advisorinsurancesolutions.com/ —————————————————————
I hit 200k Subscribers on YouTube!!!To mark the occasion I asked you for some questions on Instagram, Facebook and of course right here on YouTube, some lovely questions that really got me thinking, expect to hear about Spiritual Practices, My Favourite breathwork, the best guests I've had and much, much more.Thank you for being part of this wonderful breathwork community - MikeP.s Anyone interested in my 5-week video course on functional breathing, grab it now before the price goes up - https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/fbeChapters:0:00 Intro1:19 My Spiritual Practice2:30 Whats the biggest transformation in breathwork ive had in breathwork?4:33 How is it being a breathcoach full time?8:19 Breathwork Secrets9:24 3 Things I wish I knew at the start of my breathwork career11:02 How do you describe Vivation13:06 Whats next at TAKE A DEEP BREATH?14:17 What breathwork does Mike do the most?15:37 How do you find Joy in breathwork?18:23 Mikes fav TV, Music and Bands19:31 Mikes Hobbies20:11 What religion are you?20:46 Favourite podcast guest?23:10 Guided BreathworkWelcome To TAKE A DEEP BREATHGreetings! I'm Mike Maher, your guide on this breathwork journey and the host of this YouTube channel. As a new father to a beautiful baby boy, I left my corporate career behind to pursue my passion - helping people harness the transformative power of breathwork. I firmly believe in the life-changing potential of the breath, and it's my mission to help the world breathe better.✅ Join the thousands of people who have already downloaded Mike's FREE 7 Essential Breathing Exercises Guide: https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/download-my-breathwork-cheat-sheet✅ Are You Ready to Increase Your Energy and Focus?Mike has a very limited about of of 1:1 Breath Coaching Slots available, you can learn more here;https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/121-breath-coachingSafety Information: Do not practice this breathwork during pregnancy, or if you are epileptic. People with cardiovascular issues, or any other serious health conditions, should always consult a medical professional before starting breathwork. These breathing exercises are a guide only, you should always listen to your own body and not push yourself, if you feel unwell STOP. Never practice breathing exercises before or during diving, driving, swimming, taking a bath, or in any other circumstance where the loss of consciousness could result in bodily harm. Deep breathing may cause tingling sensations, a ringing in the ears, and/or light-headedness. These are normal responses and are no cause for alarm. If you faint, however, you have gone too far and should take it more slowly next time.Disclaimer The information provided in this video is provided for informational purposes only and is NOT to be used or relied on for any treatment purposes. All information provided by TAKE A DEEP BREATH is of a general nature, only for educational/entertainment purposes. No information is to be taken as medical or health advice. Follow this breathing exercise at your own risk. TAKE A DEEP BREATH or Mike Maher is not responsible for any losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims as a result of your reliance on the information contained in this video. There is the possibility of physical injury. If you engage in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself. We use affiliate links which means if you buy something, we'll receive a commission, we appreciate the support you give us and we hope to keep adding value to you.
On this Wednesday episode of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast Omar Moore on healing, or, several ways to treat yourself better in the toxic world we live in. November 22, 2023. Ajike Owens' official GoFundMe page: https://bit.ly/3WQOAk6 Donate: https://PayPal.me/PopcornReel New podcast: TÁR Talk (https://bit.ly/3QXRkcF) The new POLITICRAT newsletter is here! Subscribe for free: https://politicrat.substack.com. Social media: Spoutible - https://spoutible.com/popcornreel Mastodon - https://mas.to/@popcornreel Post: https://post.news/popcornreel Twitter: https://twitter.com/popcornreel Black Voters Matter: https://blackvotersmatterfund.org. Vote 411: https://vote411.org. The AUTONOMY t-shirt series—buy yours here: https://bit.ly/3yD89AL Planned Parenthood: https://plannedparenthood.org Register to vote NOW: https://vote.org The ENOUGH/END GUN VIOLENCE t-shirts on sale here: https://bit.ly/3zsVDFU Donate to the Man Up Organization: https://manupinc.org FREE: SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BRAND NEW POLITICRAT DAILY PODCAST NEWSLETTER!! Extra content, audio, analysis, exclusive essays for subscribers only, plus special offers and discounts on merchandise at The Politicrat Daily Podcast online store. Something new and informative EVERY DAY!! Subscribe FREE at https://politicrat.substack.com Buy podcast merchandise (all designed by Omar Moore) and lots more at The Politicrat Daily Podcast Store: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com The Politicrat YouTube page: bit.ly/3bfWk6V The Politicrat Facebook page: bit.ly/3bU1O7c The Politicrat blog: https://politicrat.politics.blog Join Omar on Fanbase NOW! Download the Fanbase social media app today. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this to this podcast! Follow/tweet Omar at: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel.
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The coaching carousel is in full effect and this coaching transitions effect the player development role. These transitions are never fun and can create a lot of unknowns. In the podcast you will learn three ways to navigate these transitions. - Player Development Resources: Guide to Player Development Online Course: https://edward-s-site-ca17.thinkific.com/ Player Development Guide eBook: https://www.btfprogram.com/btf-program-resources/btf-ebook Head Coaches Guide to Player Development eBook: https://www.btfprogram.com/btf-program-resources/hc-guide-to-player-development - Let's Talk Player Development. Email me here: firstname.lastname@example.org Navigating Coaching Transitions: https://www.btfprogram.com/playerdevelopment-blog/three-actions-to-take-during-a-coaching-transition Visit: https://www.btfprogram.com/ Follow: Twitter - https://twitter.com/BTF_Program Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/btf_program/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BTFProgram --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/playerdevelopmentpodcast/message
The experience of working in a harsh or toxic environment is all too common. It is, however, possible to overcome and even thrive in a workplace such as this. In this episode, Elissa talks about how to produce your best work in the midst of negativity and toxicity. It's important that you be committed from a healthy place, or you will be overwhelmed and burned out with people pleasing. Here, Elissa gives you three ways that you can stay focused and do your best work while maintaining healthy boundaries::::::Separate yourself -- be the thermostat, not the thermometer.:::Manage your sphere of influence -- pay attention to the people you let speak into your life. :::Acknowledge your accomplishments -- counterbalance the negativity by giving yourself more recognition.With these tools, you can thrive in any work environment. But if you know it's time to move on, visit Elissa's website. Making your career move is not as hard as you think. She would be honored to help you move to a work environment that actually appreciates you and elevates you.Resources: Don't stay in a job that feels bad. I'll help you see your value, release your doubts and feel confident. It's time to make your move.When you're ready, there are two ways Elissa can help you :: 1) Do It Yourself CoursesJob Search Field Guide is everything you need to clarify your career value and launch a strategic process to land a great jobThe Art of Stellar Interviews teaches you how to market yourself during your interviews so others see you as the perfect candidate you are2) Personalized 1:1 CoachingCustomized coaching and strategizing to end your lengthy job searchLeverage your career history and transferable skills in your career pivotFree resources on my YouTube ChannelTo learn more about me, visit my website and follow me on LinkedIn and don't forget to leave us a review!Join a community of middle managers trading frustration for accomplishment. You'll get practical coaching and content so you can elevate your leadership skills and experience success because you know how to extract the best out of your people. Apply to join Strategic Leadership Lab here.
Hold on tight as OK, Terrific! tackles a thought-provoking and, at times, controversial topic in our latest episode: What makes deadly jobs deadly – the unforgiving conditions or the cognitive demands of the task? Join us for a deep dive into the high-stakes world of hazardous occupations and the factors that contribute to their risks. In this riveting discussion, our hosts explore the harsh realities faced by those in dangerous professions, examining the physical challenges and extreme environments that often define these jobs. But we don't stop there. We also dare to question whether cognitive factors, including problem-solving abilities and decision-making skills, play a role in the perilous nature of certain occupations. Prepare for a balanced exploration of the nuances surrounding deadly jobs, from high-intensity physical labor to the mental acuity required in the face of danger. With a mix of humor, insight, and a touch of skepticism, OK, Terrific! aims to unravel the complexities of this multifaceted issue. Subscribe now for a thought-provoking journey that delves into the heart of what makes some jobs deadly. It's OK, Terrific! – where we fearlessly tackle the tough questions with a healthy dose of wit and wisdom. Tune in and join the conversation! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ok-terrific/message
As Israel and its Western allies continue to reject calls for a ceasefire, harsh critiques of the international response have been delivered both at the U-N and in Australia. Hamas has also rejected suggestions it has lost the war in northern Gaza, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the I-D-F is prepared for an escalation near Israel's border with Lebanon.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said recently on CNN, “It's not only our war, it's your war too.” He was right: The Biden administration has armed, funded, and supported Netanyahu every step of the way as Israel wages a campaign of terror bombings against Gaza. In five weeks of sustained Israeli airstrikes and ground operations, one in 200 residents of Gaza has been killed. Of the more than 11,000 deaths, 4,600 of them are children. President Joe Biden remains entrenched in his support for the scorched-earth campaign of his “great, great friend” Netanyahu.This week on Intercepted, independent journalist Sharif Abdel Kouddous and Jeremy Scahill discuss the horrors facing the people of Gaza and the history of Biden's support for some of the most extreme actions of Israel. They discuss the unprecedented killing of journalists in Gaza and the violent campaign being waged by Netanyahu-backed Israeli settlers against Palestinians in the West Bank. Kouddous also discusses Israel's killing of Al Jazeera correspondent and U.S. citizen Shireen Abu Akleh and decries the lack of solidarity from U.S. and other Western journalists. We also hear recent public remarks from author Ta-Nehisi Coates as he describes his trip to Palestine last summer as part of the Palestine Festival of Literature and offers his analysis of the siege of Gaza.If you'd like to support our work, go to theintercept.com/give, where your donation, no matter what the amount, makes a real difference.And if you haven't already, please subscribe to the show so you can hear it every week. And please go and leave us a rating or a review — it helps people find the show. If you want to give us additional feedback, email us at Podcasts@theintercept.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
MERCH: davidsamsonpodcast.com Today's word of the day is ‘winning' as contender as in Shohei Ohtani as in the Angels as in free agency. What does winning have to do with it? Well, reportedly Ohtani wants to play for a contender. Does that mean no more Angels? (13:25) Brian Cashman had some harsh words about Giancarlo Stanton. Why? (19:15) Craig Counsell was introduced as the next Cubs manager. What happened? What did he say? (31:35) Review: Sly. (34:40) The Houston Astros succession plan has been activated. Goodbye Dusty. Hello Espada. (39:50) NPPOD. (42:40) Zion Williamson talked about buying into the Pelicans program. What does that mean? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rob “Jet Jet” is a cannabis culture influencer, event host, and professional joint roller employed on the Raw Rolling Team at Raw Rolling Papers. Dab Bro is the co-owner of Roadrunner Cannabis Co., a dispensary and manufacturer in southern NM, and a professional joint roller. Follow Jet Jet & Dab Bro on Instagram @desertboysconnoisseurclub @theeadventuresofjetjet @dabbro710 @roadrunnercannabisco As cannabis regulation in New Mexico develops, the grey areas shine through. Smoking in licensed consumption lounges is nice and all, but what if you can't bring your own stash and are only left with the options the lounge is offering? Could be a deal breaker! Harsh regulations or predatory sales practices? Expect to learn about the hard work it takes to succeed in cannabis and how shortcuts hurt more in the long term, how rolling specialty joints is becoming the biggest cannabis product on the shelf, what the buzz about Piatella Hash is all about, cannabis events focused on craftsmanship and culture over popularity or reach and much more… Sponsors: Check out the hottest concentrate products in New Mexico: www.pharmersquality.com Follow Jet Jet & Dab Bro on Instagram @desertboysconnoisseurclub @theeadventuresofjetjet @dabbro710 @roadrunnercannabisco Get in touch in the comments below or head to... Don's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/distillatedon Pharmers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pharmersquality Email: email@example.com
Until we finally reject our false projections about who God is and how God loves, that harsh master will always rule our lives, and we will spend every moment hustling for divine approval. Our moneybags might even be filled to overflowing in the process, but our hearts will be empty... ...Is the *Parable of the Talents* a window or a mirror? In the end, I suppose each of us gets to decide. But either way, wouldn't it be lovely to look upon it and see the face of God gazing back at us in love and smiling?
Welcome back to the Laundromat Resource Podcast! In today's episode, titled "10 Hard-Hitting Truths," we delve into some eye-opening realities for those looking to buy or own a laundromat. We discuss the challenges in finding deals, the importance of building relationships, and the need for collective action to drive change in the industry. They emphasize the value of transparency and support for laundromat owners, and highlight the resources provided by Laundromat Resource to foster collaboration and growth. So grab your headphones, because it's time to confront and address the truth in the laundromat industry. Let's dive in!In this episode, Jordan discusses:01:55 Podcast summary, new calculator and secret tool.03:34 2024 goal: $50k value in pro community. Join for discounts, resources, and community.08:23 Build relationships with brokers to get deals.10:48 Math is key to finding opportunities in interest rates and purchase prices.16:16 Podcasts, YouTube, and social media overwhelm with advice.17:53 Hold tight to principles, be flexible tactically.21:29 Pay attention to details, pricing, competitors, opportunity.25:13 Social media accounts for laundromat attract customers.27:58 Increasing costs put pressure on businesses. Difficulty in competing due to lack of response from competitors. Solution: better industry practices.32:39 Continuous innovation is vital for long-term success.35:08 Industry needs change; distribution model broken.38:19 Ten industry truths to face for growth.Forum Post- https://www.laundromatresource.com/forums/topic/10-hard-truths-podcast/Show Notes-https://laundromatresource.com/show134Show SponsorsAtmosphereTV- 50+ channels of positive, fun TV programming, allowing you to cut your cable bill and create a great atmosphere in your laundromat! Get the registration fee waived by using this link!https://atmosphere.tv/partner/laundromat-resourceConnect With UsYouTubeInstagramFacebookLinkedInTwitterTikTok
Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with a reminder: Donald Trump has told you who he is over and over again. Harsh treatment of immigrants, jailing his perceived enemies, and more -- the former president is not hiding his authoritarian plans if he is re-elected. Meanwhile, the Biden coalition that stopped Trump the last time is showing signs of fracturing. Joy and her panel discuss. Also in this episode, we analyze the U.S. Supreme Court announcing a new code of conduct. Critics say the loopholes are big enough to drive a truck through. Plus, we share new reporting on what lawyer Jenna Ellis shared with prosecutors in Trump's Georgia election interference case. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Welcome back to another Q&A session on Kickoff Sessions. This session is a deep dive into your questions on business, fitness, money and lifestyle changes. You'll hear about the practical steps I recommend for getting started, my approach to staying fit while building a business, and how quitting alcohol has impacted my life. I'll also dive into creating content, staying consistent, and how to avoid the pitfalls of toxic online behaviours. Liked the podcast? Hit us with a 5-star on Spotify and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. My Socials:- Instagram: https://bit.ly/3LFbEgE- LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3FCS3JA- Twitter: https://bit.ly/3ExJ26Z⏺️ Voics: https://www.voics.co/
News flash: you won't get financial freedom by buying a house. There, I said it. It's the harsh truth. You might be able to with 20 or 30 properties, but then who's going to manage it for you? Are you making enough to hire a property manager? Can you keep up if you don't? I learned this truth the hard way. The job I wanted to quit, the business I wanted to start, the real estate I wanted to buy - doing any of these things were not going to create the future I wanted. So what will? Let's break it down in this episode of Saving Capitalism. Want to take advantage of todays market conditions with us? Invest in our opportunistic Fund 2 Here: https://cedar.cc/invest Find this podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@SavingCapitalism Get more free resources here: https://ajosborne.com/
The lads go IN on VAR on today's podcast, trying to come up with solutions to the questions that are always cropping up about technology in the game. The debate was sparked by Man United's Champions League defeat and Rashford's red. Harsh or fair? Plus we ask if Arsenal can go the distance in Europe and whether David Moyes deserves to be under pressure at West Ham. If you haven't already, be sure to give us a follow and a five star rating- it helps us massively! Keep up to date with us on our socials here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/FSDPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsocialofficial/ Telegram Group: https://t.me/FootballSocial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Want to know what it really takes to launch, build, and sell a $255 million-dollar business in ten years flat? Do you have a good idea, but you think you “have no business being in business”?In this new episode, Mel sits down with the founder of Drybar, Alli Webb, and takes you on a riveting tour of how a stay-at-home mom who had ‘no business being in business' made $255 million in 10 years. You'll hear the entire messy truth and all the hard-won advice, from the exciting start of her business to the disastrous ending of her second marriage.Alli is a NYT bestselling author, badass businesswoman, co-founder of the iconic brand Drybar, and two other successful companies. Learn about the immense sacrifices she made in her relationships, the shaky financial situations she navigated, and the specific decisions she made as a businesswoman that accelerated the growth of this iconic brand. In this conversation, you'll learn:Why your childhood dream job is probably the key to success.How your big idea is right in front of your face.Starting a business starts with you: your idea, your skill set, your purpose, and your gut instinct.All amazing business ideas share this ONE thing.Her parents' business advice for her: find a good man.How to juggle kids while having a side hustle.Why starting a business with your spouse is a bad idea.Why she didn't call off the wedding (and probably should have).Why she jumped into her second marriage too soon.The HARSH dating advice Mel delivers to Alli.Why she trusted her business instincts but not in her relationships.How being a hairdresser prepared her to be a CEO.Why she's sharing the messy truth now.The text she sent Mel at her lowest point.The part of the interview that she “wanted to cut".Why she names the hairstyles at Drybar after drinks.Her take on imposter syndrome.How to face your fear of failure.How to say ‘f*** it' and try something new.How to double your productivity and leverage your time.What passion is and why it's so personal.What she learned from her mistakes.How a business owner is only as good as her team.What not to do when creating a blended family.How she lost herself in her last marriage.How she handles a “no” in business. And a big shoutout to Alli. It's very easy to talk about your wins; Alli is giving you a huge gift by sharing her personal losses too. You can get Alli's book ‘The Messy Truth: How I Sold My Business for Millions but Almost Lost Myself' here: https://a.co/d/cuYHOGv Follow Alli Webb:Instagram: instagram.com/alliwebbWebpage: ALLI WEBB Watch the episodes on YouTube: https://bit.ly/45OWCNr My book! The High 5 Habit here: https://a.co/d/g1DQ8Pt Follow me:Instagram: https://bit.ly/3QfG8bbThe Mel Robbins Podcast Instagram: https://bit.ly/49bg4GPLinkedin: https://bit.ly/46Mh0QBTikTok: https://bit.ly/46Kpw2v Sign up for my newsletter: https://bit.ly/46PVnPsWant more resources? Go to my podcast page at melrobbins.com/podcast.Disclaimer
Wolves handed Sheffield United their first Premier League win of the season after a below-par performance at Bramall Lane. No Neto for Wanderers, means no points on the road... and Fabio got a lot of stick for giving away the penalty, and ultimate, winner. Spurs next.... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Being QB1 at Ohio State is almost is one of the biggest honors anyone in college football can have. It's a title that comes with great responsible and a spotlight unlike the average human experiences. Kyle McCord has had to overcome obstacles and battle an injury during his first year being QB1 in Columbus. During this time, there have been numerous people who have been ultra critical of McCord for his play on the field. Does Kyle McCord deserve to be harshly criticized? Host Jay Stephens answers that question during today's show. Join the LOCKED ON BUCKEYES SUBTEXT COMMUNITY: https://joinsubtext.com/lockedonbuckeyes Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
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Earth's hottest summer ever recorded is behind us. Now, California is headed into another potentially drenching winter… while some communities are still recovering from last year's winter storms. As climate change makes extreme weather more common, one group of Californians is living on the frontlines: those experiencing homelessness. Vanessa Rancaño/KQED News Thousands of protestors rallied in San Francisco on Saturday to call for a ceasefire in Gaza. The rally was the biggest so far in the Bay Area since the war began on October 7th, and was held in conjunction with similar demonstrations across the US. Juan Carlos/KQED News
Joining me this episode to discuss their travel and holiday stories is the brilliant DJ, music producer, promoter and drag queen - Jodie Harsh. Please subscribe and review. Thanks, Alan. xx ‘Life's A Beach' everyone's favourite travel podcast is here to give you all the vitamin D you need. More celebrity passengers unpack their travel suitcases dishing the dirt on their holiday high-jinks. Buckle up, sit back and enjoy the inflight entertainment!! A 'Keep It Light Media' Production Sales, advertising, and general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
More fantastic ReddX neckbeard narrations: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTz_vyR-zjcDHygJYV0UxvTwAa45zfLVWThere are anime fans that are cringe, but little did I suspect that Kpop fans would but them to shame with their superiority complex... This is a fascinating exploration into the mind of a legbeard to things everyone else she interacts with is a shameless neckbeard. Big rage. Big oof.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/reddxyTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/daytondoesDiscord: https://discord.gg/Sju7YckUWuPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/daytondoesPatreon: http://patreon.com/daytondoesTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/daytondoesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReddXD/Teespring: https://teespring.com/stores/reddx
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Skip the Queue is brought to you by Rubber Cheese, a digital agency that builds remarkable systems and websites for attractions that helps them increase their visitor numbers. Your host is Kelly Molson, Founder of Rubber Cheese.Download the Rubber Cheese 2023 Visitor Attraction Website Report - the annual benchmark statistics for the attractions sector.If you like what you hear, you can subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, and all the usual channels by searching Skip the Queue or visit our website rubbercheese.com/podcast.If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a five star review, it really helps others find us. Show references: https://carbonsix.digital/https://www.linkedin.com/in/pmarden/Paul Marden is the Founder and Managing Director of Carbon Six Digital and the CEO of Rubber Cheese. He is an Umbraco Certified Master who likes to think outside the box, often coming up with creative technical solutions that clients didn't know were possible. Paul oversees business development and technical delivery, specialising in Microsoft technologies including Umbraco CMS, ASP.NET, C#, WebApi, and SQL Server. He's worked in the industry since 1999 and has vast experience of managing and delivering the technical architecture for both agencies and client side projects of all shapes and sizes. Paul is an advocate for solid project delivery and has a BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile. https://www.rubbercheese.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellymolson/Kelly Molson is the Founder of Rubber Cheese, a user focused web design and development agency for the attraction sector. Digital partners to Eureka! The National Children's Museum, Pensthorpe, National Parks UK, Holkham, Visit Cambridge and The National Marine Aquarium.Kelly regularly delivers workshops and presentations on sector focused topics at national conferences and attraction sector organisations including ASVA, ALVA, The Ticketing Professionals Conference and the Museum + Heritage Show.As host of the popular Skip the Queue Podcast for people working in or working with visitor attractions, she speaks with inspiring industry experts who share their knowledge of what really makes an attraction successful.Recent trustee of The Museum of the Broads. Transcription: Kelly Molson: Welcome to Skip the Queue, a podcast for people working in or working with visitor attractions. I'm your host, Kelly Molson. In this new monthly slot, Rubber Cheese CEO Paul Marden joins me to discuss different digital related topics. In this episode, we're talking about mobile optimisation, why it's important and what you can do to improve it. If you like what you hear, you can subscribe on all the usual channels by searching Skip the Queue. Kelly Molson: Hello, we're back. Everyone will be sick of us by this episode. Paul Marden: I give it a couple more. We've got some interesting stuff to talk about hopefully, hopefully.Kelly Molson: We have. Okay, so let's start as we usually do then, with what attraction have you visited most recently and what did you love about it? Paul Marden: Well, there's one that you and I both visited recently, and there was something I really didn't love about it. We went on what was it called? Was it Mandrake Mayhem? It's the new Jumanji ride. Chessington World of Adventures. Kelly Molson: Mandrill. Paul Marden: There we go. If you are a roller coaster nut, would be amazing. But yeah, within 2 seconds of the ride starting, I realised it was not the ride for me. Kelly Molson: I like roller coasters. Yeah. So we sponsored one of the awards at the UK Theme Park Awards. And it was brilliant. It's fantastic. Paul Marden: It was such a great event. Kelly Molson: Really good event, brilliantly organised. It was absolutely brilliant to see so many attraction friends there. And it was at Chessington World of Adventures, which was super cool. I also want to talk about Chessington because I had forgotten how good it is. So I haven't been to Chessington since I was really small, and I think I'm pretty sure I only visited once or twice because we actually lived closer to Thorpe Park and were like in the Thorpe Park Rangers camp. But what I'd forgotten about Chessington was the animals. Yeah, I was really lucky. I drove down the night before of the awards and got to stay at the hotel that night. I didn't get to stay in any of themed rooms because budget did not allow for that. Kelly Molson: However, what I'd forgotten was that when you're having breakfast, the animals are literally right outside where you're eating. And I'd forgotten about it to the extent that I went up to the buffet to go and get my lovely, delicious English breakfast, which I was really looking forward to. And I could see people looking out the window and I was like, "Oh, what are you looking at?" And they went, "Giraffes? Yeah. Wow." Actually took my breath away a little bit. It was a really great experience. It's not often that you get to eat your breakfast whilst looking at giraffes and zebras as well that were out there. So, yeah, that was really great. And I really enjoyed the roller coaster. Despite someone's screams in my ear.Paul Marden: I heard this screaming noise all the way around and about three quarters of the way around I realised it was me. Kelly Molson: There was quite a bit of a screaming, to be fair. Paul Marden: I watched it back. I found a video on YouTube to show Millie, my daughter, and I was like, "Oh, my God, it's horrific. You get to the end and you're just dangling on the side for about a minute and then it changes direction.” And we watched it on YouTube, it barely stops at the top of the ride. It gets up to the top, gets to a hole and then drops back down again. Now, to me, in my memory, that was a solid minute. We were hanging over the side of the hole.Kelly Molson: It was just a minute. Paul Marden: Anyway, I did enjoy it. Kelly Molson: Yeah, big thumbs up to Chessington. It was a really great experience. So, thank you. A big thumbs up to the UK Theme Park Awards organisers as well. It was a great event. We'll be back next year.Paul Marden: For sure. Kelly Molson: Right, we're going to talk about mobile optimisation in this episode. We're going to talk about why it's important and what you can do to improve it. And we've got some really interesting stats to share from the Visitor Attraction Website Report about this. But did you know optimisation is no longer a nice to have? It's a necessity, because Statista forecasts that retail sales from mobile commerce are expected to surpass that 100 billion mark by 2000 and 2400. Paul Marden: Crazy, isn't that? Kelly Molson: I started my career in digital, in ecommerce as well, which is crazy. So it just feels really I know, back in the day, so I always say it was my last proper job before I founded Rubber Cheese, which then has been like, what, nearly 21 years. So it was the last proper job that I had before I set that up was for a really early startup, almost like Shopify, but back then. So this is like 23 years ago. Paul Marden: We've got employees younger than that.Kelly Molson: Let's look at it. But it enabled sellers to go and build their own shop. It was called iShop. It was an absolutely incredible platform of its time. And back then, I just about had an email address, let alone did everything, could pretty much run my entire organisation on my mobile phone now. It just blows my mind how much things have moved on. Paul Marden: It's crazy, isn't it?Kelly Molson: Anyway, I digress. So our Visitor Attraction Website Report shows that attractions understand the importance of mobile optimisation for their websites, but there's really huge areas that could be improved. This, for me is the most shocking stat from the entire report. It's blown my mind slightly. 96% of the respondents stated that they had never conducted any user testing for their mobile sites. So that's nearly all of the 188 attractions that took part said that they've never done any user testing on their mobile, which I just don't understand. I've been banging on about testing on your mobile, testing your mobile site for every talk that I've given for the past two years. Paul Marden: Well, that's having a big effect, isn't it, mate? Kelly Molson: Isn't it? Maybe I should talk louder. Yeah, I'm really gobsmacked at it. What was really interesting, though, about it, I mean, it's a shocking stat in itself, but what we did this year with the report is that we asked attractions to kind of self-score their website. So we asked them what they felt their design scored in terms of design, so they could give it a one to ten score. So we asked them to do the same about different areas of their site, and one was mobile optimisation. So 31% gave their site a score of nine out of ten for it, and 24% gave their site an eight out of ten. Paul Marden: They think it's pretty good. Kelly Molson: Yes, and this is the problem. So they think it's good. That indicates that those scores are based on internal assumptions, not potentially not tangible user centred data, because they haven't asked the people to test that their mobile sites are a nine out of ten or an eight out of ten. So I just thought that was really interesting, that a lot of your judgement can be based on your assumptions rather than actually asking the people that are using it. So yeah, I think that's really important that people do that. Paul Marden: I was looking at some stuff that was related to this, but not the same area of the stats that you were looking at there. So I looked at how many of the group actually did any user testing on their site. Okay. And obviously that's a really in comparison to other stats where there's a big wide disparity between different sorts of people. The vast bulk of people reported that they weren't doing any user testing, but the ones that did, all sat in the top range of conversion rate. I'm not saying that one causes the other, but there is a strong relationship between the group of people that are user testing their sites. And all of that group of people also had a conversion rate right in the top of our data set, and that ranged in size as well. Paul Marden: So we're not just talking about the big brands that are doing this. And when you looked at that set of data, there was a big brand in there. Everybody would know it. There was quite a few big brands that weren't in there. So for me, they were conspicuous by their absence because I'd seen them elsewhere in the data set that had been reported. But there was a small brand in there as well, a small organisation. I'd not heard of them before. They had between 5 to 10,000 transactions a year, which in comparison to the people at the top end of the scale, that's at least an order of magnitude smaller organisation. But they were reporting that they were doing user testing and they had a conversion rate right up there in the top end of our data set. Paul Marden: Even more surprisingly, of those that have done user testing specifically on mobile was a very small percent. And this bit you will be pleased about because some people are listening to you, that consisted of a very high proportion of Rubber Cheese clients were in that set of people who were doing user testing specifically on their mobile experience.Kelly Molson: Yay. Yay, Rubber Cheese clients!Paul Marden: Somebody is listening to you. Kelly Molson: High five to all of you lovely people. Yes. So it's interesting, isn't it? Because user testing for me, so we talk a lot about marginal gains at Rubber Cheese, about trying to make something that 1% better, 1% better, 1% better. And the only way you can actually do that is by doing user testing because you just don't know what to make better. You don't know where people are finding those barriers, you don't know where people are maybe confused about something or being blocked by something as well. For me, it's the number one thing to do if you want to start making those tiny adjustments that will start to then have those incremental and larger effects later on down the line. Paul Marden: I think it's so difficult to put yourself into the head of that person that knows nothing. We all come to the party if we run the testing, whether it's us at the attraction or us as the agency. We come to the party with lots and lots of knowledge that the average person that comes to the site and just doesn't have. And it's really hard to put yourself into that position and the solution to that is getting them to do the testing for you. Kelly Molson: Yeah. And when it comes to testing, I think I kind of split it into two. Because for mean I've said this before, but most of my browsing or purchasing is done in a very short window of time in front of the telly when I'm supposed to be watching something that Lee and I have decided that is the one thing that we can watch with the hour of telly time that we get together each day. But actually I'll be trying to watch that whilst also doing ten other things on my phone and I'll split it into browsing and purchasing and most of that happens between about 9:00 and 10:00 for me at night and it will always be on my phone. Do not make me go, I'm not going to go back into my office and crack open my laptop at that time. Kelly Molson: So everything has to be on my phone. I'm really time poor, clearly. So page load speed for me is really important. If I'm trying to find something, I need to find it quickly. I want to read something that's engaging, but not at the expense of not being able to load that page that I want to read. So things like compressing your images is really important. This is a difficult one when it comes to video is that I love video. I think there is nothing more engaging than video on your website, especially if you're a visit attraction to sell that experience. But lose the video on mobile or reduce it, reduce it, reduce it down because that's going to wipe out a load of bandwidth speed and it's going to make your page loads really small. Paul Marden: I've got beef about it in terms of it's autoplay video. It's not an environmentally sustainable thing to do. We don't often think about the environmental impact of websites but it's right up there in terms of industry generating CO2 emissions and it's not the main cause of it, but it's one area where this is prevalent is in the use of autoplay video on homepage. The website. People go to the site, the video plays whether they want to watch the video or not and that is just burning through bandwidth which is ultimately generating CO2. So I'm not anti video. I think video is an amazing thing and as you say, it can really engage you. I sat this morning talking about engaging video to try and get people to want to love the attraction to a client. So I'm totally for it. Paul Marden: But it should be something that user opt into, not something that autoplays for them. Kelly Molson: Yeah, I agree. And content as well. So we know that people read content online differently than they do in a book or a magazine or a newspaper for example, but actually they read it differently than they do on desktop to mobile too. So you actually need to think about if a certain article you have or a blog or event or whatever it may be, is going to sit in the demographic of people like me who is a 45 year old woman with toddler has 1 hour in front of the telly a day to do all of her purchashing and scrolling and anything else she needs to do on her phone. Paul Marden: Superheroes you make. Kelly Molson: Where is my cape? That content really needs to appeal to them and it needs to be in the shortest form possible because I don't have the time to read all of the engaging content. I just don't. So you need to kind of think about, is your content formatted differently when it's from desktop to mobile as well? And then when it comes to purchasing this one's, a little bit trickier for attractions, I think, and there's lots of different reasons for it. We're probably going to talk a little bit longer about this one, but the number one thing that we're always asked to review on attraction websites is that booking journey. And the thing is, we can only do the review of it if that booking journey is owned by the attraction. Kelly Molson: What I mean is if it's been designed and you are integrating with your booking system via API, so your agency or your internal team have designed that journey up to the point of you know, the tickets in the basket and gone. If you're using a third party system, an off the shelf ticketing platform that isn't integrated via API, there's not a lot that we can do about of once a guest is into the purchasing journey, they're with that system. The things that you can think about if you are going to go down the design and at your own route, you need to think about big buttons, you need to think about less clutter. I want arrows, don't make me type stuff into small form, free form boxes on mobile. You just need to be able to select things really quickly and clearly. Kelly Molson: So you want to kind of just strip out all of the noise and just get people to focus on the one thing that you want them to do, which is go through that journey and buy that ticket. What was interesting in the stats that came out of the report is that 75% of the respondents to it still expect customers to complete more than five steps to purchase, which hasn't changed from last year, that's similar to last year. And again, the reasons you might not be able to control that, you might be unable to control that because of the system that you use. So this is a really challenging one, but if you can reduce it, you can actually make some quite significant financial gains. So you looked at the impact of bookings on conversion rate, which is quite significant. Paul Marden: I got really excited working this number out. I reckon these numbers are conservative as well because these are on the basis of ticket prices and lost ticket sales. For me, I think this number could be higher for most attractions because the value of somebody coming to an attraction is bigger than just their ticket price. We talked about this the other day when were chatting. When you go there's, the meal that you eat, there's the gifts that you buy when you leave. So the total cost of somebody arriving at the attraction is probably higher than I'm estimating here. But using some stats on what the fall off rate is in ecommerce transactions, we've worked out that each step that you add to your checkout flow, it costs. Paul Marden: For our average attraction in our data set that we reckon it costs about 8000 pounds a year in lost sales. And for our top performing attractions it could be worth in the range of a quarter of a million pound a year in lost sales for each step that is included in their checkout flow. You think if you're in one of those top performing attractions with five steps, a quarter of a million pound in lost sales just in year one, that's a lot of developer time that you could buy to simplify your checkout workflow, isn't it? The return on investment for that, for a big organisation of simplifying your checkout workflow I think could be huge. Kelly Molson: Yeah, it could. There's so many other factors to think about. We have clients that have API integrations, we have clients that use off the shelf booking systems. In one way, I've always been really in the corner of designing and owning your own booking journey, but you have to be realistic about what that puts on the organisation as well, and what size your organisation is, whether you have the internal team to be able to manage that, the infrastructure to be able to manage that as well. Paul Marden: There's a total cost of ownership issue, isn't there, that is beyond just the buying price of the website in the first place. You've got to be able to maintain the thing going forward, haven't you, and that's pricy. Kelly Molson: Yeah, absolutely. But I think if you are thinking about your booking systems at the moment, then having the conversations with the providers about what their mobile journeys look like, ask to get them to demo it on mobile so you can see it for yourself. And ask them what the roadmap is in terms of mobile optimisation for the booking journeys as well. So just go into these conversations with those thoughts in mind so that you can get an understanding of what that looks like. And if their purchasing journey is six steps at the minute, ask them what are your plans to reduce that to five steps and how could we work with you to make that happen? That could start to take those conversations in some really positive ways. Paul Marden: Honestly, this stat, I'm going to sound like such a nerd, but this stat has stuck in my head ever since we worked this one out. And I can't get out of my head what the impact is of the lost opportunity, the lost sales that are happening because of these steps. And I've been thinking, what is the absolute barest minimum? Because lots of attractions, when they're going through their buying journey, I'm thinking, what on earth do you need to ask me? This is a rhetorical question, by the way. I know the complexity that is going into a lot of these things, I do understand it, but why is it that you actually need to ask me to take these five steps to get through, to get me to actually part with my money? Paul Marden: And I've been thinking about, for me, what is the absolute barest minimum you could get away with asking? Well, there's no way that you can affect a payment card transaction without knowing the card details. So you've got to ask the card number, the postcode, the CDC number and the surname of the person holding the card. So you have to have those. And if we can't give the ticket to somebody, we've got to have a mechanism getting the ticket to them, so we need their email address. Those five things are the absolute barest things I could get away with. But of course, that would only sell you, could only sell an undated, untimed ticket with that. Paul Marden: And I've been thinking about this back in COVID, so COVID and lockdown, and then the gradual release of lockdown was what introduced for many attractions, timed and dated tickets, wasn't it? And that was a complete transformation because we had limited capacity, we needed to make sure that we didn't oversell that capacity and create a problem at the gate. But is it necessary now? I completely understand that there's lots of benefit to the attraction, to guest services and people like that, of knowing exactly how many people are coming into the attraction and being able to metre that. But I wonder what impact having timed tickets and dated tickets is having on the number of people that give up buying because there's just too many steps in the process. "I can't be bothered with this. I'm going to not do it."Kelly Molson: This is quite controversial.Paul Marden: Isn't it? Completely. And I'm thinking back to that podcast episode that you did with Roman Baths where you were talking about variable pricing and dynamic pricing and of course you can only do those things if you have dated and timed tickets. So if nothing else, there is a creative tension there, isn't there, between if I ask the absolute barest minimum, I will sell more tickets, versus if I date and time my tickets and I could be really flexible about my pricing. Everybody wants lots and lots of information because who wouldn't want all the information you could possibly get about your customers versus the more I ask, the less people will buy. Harsh, isn't it? Kelly Molson: Yeah. I'm in the camp of pre booking as well, so this is uncomfortable for me. I'm in the camp of pre booking and I don't mind time ticketing either. I think there is absolutely a place for it and I think for organisations, for attractions, it just makes their life so much simpler. Paul Marden: Completely agreed with you. But I guess there's this at one end of the scale, you've got the absolute barest minimum that you could ask that will get more people, take their money, take money off of people and get them through the checkout flow as fast as you possibly can. Versus if there's two ends to this spectrum and both make us both feel uncomfortable, Where's the middle ground? Do you need to know where my address is? You don't need my address to be able to sell me a ticket. You need to know my postcode so you can do the credit card transaction, but you don't need my whole address to do that. So maybe that's where the compromise sits. That doesn't make either of us feel uncomfortable. Kelly Molson: Maybe. I always think there's a way to get more data out of people at a later stage as well, if you really want it. And maybe that's something that we need to look at in a different episode, is that you don't have to ask for all of these things at the point of purchase, but you can ask for more stuff afterwards as well if you're really engaging with that audience. Paul Marden: There's also one more thing just on that point, there were tools that could simplify this as well. Because if you have a clever use of Apple Pay or Google Pay, both of those checkout flows, people have all of their personal information plugged into Apple Pay, so you don't need to ask me anything about me. If you have a clever checkout flow with Apple Pay, then you could take my money and then get my personal information from Apple rather than make me having to type it all in. How much easier does that make the process?Kelly Molson: When I posted about this on LinkedIn, it must have been a couple of months ago now, and I asked people what their biggest frustrations was with booking journeys. They said lack of Apple Pay. They said it's a necessity for people. They don't want to think about their details. They don't know their card details. They haven't gotten again, they're sitting on the sofa like I am, their cards are upstairs. They're not going to get off their bums and go and get their cards. That was the number one thing that kept coming up over and over again. And then the second one was around clear and consistent pricing so that they don't feel like they're being ripped off as the deeper they get into that journey. So that's two really interesting things to think about there. Kelly Molson: On these episodes, we often highlight people that are doing it. Well, we've decided not to do it in this episode. And there's a couple of reasons for that, is that it's really hard to compare between people that have an API integrated designed booking journey and people that are using off the shelf systems. And there will be very specific reasons for why they have chosen to go down either of those routes. And you can't compare them because the reasons are uncomparable, I feel. So we've decided just to take that step out for today, but we are going to talk about what next steps that you can take. So I think the first one is going back to what you've just referenced is thinking about what information you actually really need from the customer. Paul Marden: Yeah, if you ask less, you'll need less steps. The less steps, the more people will make it through the checkout site. Kelly Molson: So what can you remove and maybe what could you add in later in addition to that. Paul Marden: Completely. Kelly Molson: And then test on mobile. Test again. Didn't I end last episode with saying just test, test on mobile regularly, but go through the entire process from start to finish.Paul Marden: And then the fix the stuff that doesn't work. So I had an interesting conversation when were at Theme Park Awards with another podcast alumni. We were chatting about prepping for the report and where were going and what were doing and all that kind of thing. And he told me a story about a site, fairly large attraction, where when you try and check out the only way if you're doing it on mobile, you can't select the number of tickets when you hold your mobile up. Now, the attraction has tested, they know it because they've written a message at the top of the page and it says to be able to book your tickets, rotate your phone to the side and then you get the ability to be able to choose your numbers. Paul Marden: So great, they're doing some testing, but how many people don't bother reading that message, how many people are stymied by the idea that, "Oh, well, I can't choose the number of tickets?" Not only have you got to test it, you got to fix the stuff that doesn't work as well. Kelly Molson: Yeah, gosh, how frustrating is that? And is that the system that they're using? So they've got no control over it. And if that is the system that they're using, then they didn't get them to demo it on mobile, did they, when they purchased it? Paul Marden: I think it's a combination of the two. I think there was something very special about the ticket descriptions of that attraction. That meant that they wrote quite a lot in the descriptions and when you wrote quite a lot in the ticket description, it just overflows off the side of your mobile, unless you've got a massive tablet. Or you rotate it on the side. Kelly Molson: Yeah, it's not great. Asking them to do something that they're not expecting to have to do is challenging, isn't it, asking all your users to think, well, they don't want to think either. They don't want to think at that point. They just want to do the doing. Okay, what kind of budget are we looking at for some of these things? It's really difficult to say.Paul Marden: Yeah, as you've just said, or to remove steps out of the checkout flow. It could be impossible for many people, because if they have an off the shelf ticketing system that they call out to that they don't have control over, then they might not be able to do anything about that. I mean, don't get me wrong, there's lots of things with those off the shelf ticketing solutions. Many of them are very flexible about the steps that you take through the checkout flow. So it can be very highly configurable and it could be in their control to just take it out without any need for developers doing things. It could just be a case of how do they use their third party ticketing system and changing that slightly. Paul Marden: So it could be possible, or it could be something very practical that they could do themselves. Kelly Molson: It's worth saying that we as an organisation have lots of conversations with lots of the ticketing providers and they are very aware of improvements that can be made or would like to be made to this. Kelly Molson: So I think that there's definitely a movement in the ticketing world of acknowledging that this is challenge and knowing that they can do something about it. And I know that there are a few that have got kind of plans to make change in this area as well. So that's great to see.Paul Marden: It's a really competitive space, isn't it? So it's interesting to see how that's going to play out. Kelly Molson: Yeah, very much so. Okay, well, look, listeners, this is us for another month. What we'd really like, though, is to understand what you'd like to hear from us. So we've got loads more topics that we can talk about from the report. We have got loads of things that come up on day to day basis, things that we work on that we can talk about. But if there's anything that you would like us to discuss, any questions that you'd like to ask us, we can happily make those into a podcast episode. So send me an email. It's email@example.com. Just let me know what you're having challenges with. Yeah, any questions that you just would like us to cover as a topic and we can make that happen. Paul Marden: Awesome. I'd love to. I'm enjoying it. Kelly Molson: Me too. It's lovely to have a fellow guest. Fellow host.Paul Marden: I just got downgraded then. Kelly Molson: Who's the real host? Me, of course. It's lovely to be joined by a second host. Thank you, Paul. See you next month. Paul Marden: Bye. Bye. Kelly Molson: Thanks for listening to Skip The Queue. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a five star review. It really helps others find us. And remember to follow us on Twitter for your chance to win the books that have been mentioned. Skip the queue is brought to you by Rubber Cheese, a digital agency that builds remarkable systems and websites for attractions that helps them increase their visitor numbers. 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He's been a consultant, an expert on the financial sector, and now lives a life of the mind. Harsh Vardhan joins Amit Varma in episode 352 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss his life and learnings. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Harsh Vardhan on The Leap Blog, Ideas for India, Money Control and Bloomberg Quint. 2. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Ajay Shah: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. 3. Gabriel García Márquez, Isabel Allende, Mario Vargas Llosa and VS Naipaul on Amazon. 4. BS Mardhekar on Wikipedia and Amazon. 5. Vijay Tendulkar (Wikipedia, Amazon) and Mahesh Elkunchwar (Wikipedia, Amazon). 6. Mirza Ghalib on Wikipedia and Rekhta. 7. The Life and Times of Abhinandan Sekhri — Episode 254 of The Seen and the Unseen. 8. What Really Happened? — Lawrence H White on the 2008 Financial Crisis. 9. Fragile by Design -- Charles Calomiris and Stephen Haber. 10. The post-pandemic credit landscape in India -- Rajeswari Sengupta and Harsh Vardhan. 11. ‘Consumerisation' of banking in India: Cyclical or structural? -- Rajeswari Sengupta and Harsh Vardhan. 12. A decade of credit collapse in India -- Harsh Vardhan. 13. Thinking about financial sector reforms in India -- Rajeswari Sengupta and Harsh Vardhan. 14. The Metamorphosis -- Franz Kafka. 15. Lord of the Flies -- William Golding. 16. Human -- Michael Gazzaniga. 17. The Blank Slate -- Steven Pinker. 18. Thinking, Fast and Slow -- Daniel Kahneman. 19. Murali Neelakantan Looks at the World -- Episode 329 of The Seen and the Unseen. 20. Who Is Bharat Mata? -- Edited by Purushottam Agrawal. 21. Kishori Amonkar and Kumar Gandharva on Spotify. 22. The Wonder That Was India -- AL Basham. 23. Romila Thapar on Amazon. 24. Desert Island Discs on BBC. Amit Varma and Ajay Shah have launched a new video podcast. Check out Everything is Everything on YouTube. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Bank on Him' by Simahina.
Andersen Windows Buildertrend The Episode: No guest, Nick and Tyler discuss the challenges of running a construction business, including high employee turnover and unrealistic expectations from potential hires. They compare building a business to training as a professional athlete, requiring relentless dedication over many years. The conversation touches on setting clear expectations, effective management structures, and the difficulties of portraying an accurate picture of the industry through marketing and social media. The Modern Craftsman: linktr.ee/moderncraftsmanpodcast Find Our Hosts: Nick Schiffer Tyler Grace Podcast Produced By: Motif Media
D2DLP hosts Marq, Beth and Vanessa all love Disneyland Paris. But some people seem to find it full of terrifying food, soulless cast members and lackluster attractions. Harsh? Maybe. Funny? Definitely! So why not join in as our intrepid trio wade into the spookiest depths of Disneyland Paris park reviews? Just FYI, the D2DLP Ghost Host says that for a top-notch listening experience, enjoy this episode with a good pair of stereo headphones! Remember to follow D2DLP on Instagram, Facebook and The Dreaded X. All listener mail can be sent to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
If relationships rarely end due to a lack of love, what can you do to build a relationship that lasts a lifetime?This episode's guest is Jillian Turecki, a certified relationship coach, teacher, and writer who, for 20 years, has taught others how to transform their relationships with themselves so that they transform their relationships with others. Jillian is sought out for her compassionate, direct, and very authentic style of coaching and teaching.In this episode, Jillian and I discuss:Why many marriages end in divorceThe red flags you should never ignore in a relationshipTips on how to better communicate with your partnerHow to overcome the emotional trauma of a broken relationshipUnderstand that you deserve a healthy, loving relationshipThe tools you need to build a thriving relationship[00:00] Introduction[00:43] Why are Relationships So Hard?[03:14] Reasons Why Divorce Rates are on an Upward Trajectory[05:50] The Power of Commitment in a Relationship [07:09] Why Do People Break Up?[13:34] Loneliness in a Relationship[14:38] Biggest Drivers of Relationship Failure[17:29] Why It's So Hard to Move on After a Breakup[22:51] Do People Really Change?[24:55] Attachment Styles in Adult Relationships[28:50] What are Relationship Red Flags?[31:40] Why Character Should Be Your Top Priority in a Relationship[34:10] The Red Flags You Should Never Ignore in a Relationship[38:51] Thoughts on the Love at First Sight Debate[40:53] Why People End Relationships[42:17] Is There Such a Thing as "The One"?[44:50] Don't Believe Everything You See on Social Media[45:54] When to Call it Quits in a Relationship [50:23] How to Position Yourself For a Succesful, Long-Term Relationship[54:45] Parting Thoughts Sponsor:Upgrade your NAD levels with Jinfiniti and get 20% off herehttps://www.jinfiniti.com/neuro/For the visual learners, come on over to YouTube for long form brain health related content https://www.youtube.com/@LouisaNicolaWant to ask me a question? You can ask me anything I have covered on this podcast, go to : https://dexa.ai/louisaThe NACC course has certified over 500 coaches now. This is the state of the art human performance coaching company lead by a team of experts. Learn more about the NACC: https://www.neuroathletics.com.au/naccLinks and Resources:Jillian's website - https://www.jillianturecki.com/Follow Jillian on TikTok - https://email@example.comJillian on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jillianturecki/Jillian on Love Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jillian-on-love/id1640172049The Neuro Athletics Newsletter Instagram: louisanicola_Twitter : louisanicola_YouTube: Louisa Nicola
Yerrr, Akaash had Trevor Wallace and Michael Blaustein AKA the Stiff Socks Pod on to discuss their love of Amsterdam's districts, Trevor Wallace's beef with Whiteclaw, Michael Blaustein pranking a Kardashian & we reveal the meanest prank Akaash has EVER pulled off. INDULGE 00:00 Intro 01:05 Smashing the guests 03:48 Single Blau is an animal 05:18 Blau got GOT in Amsterdam 17:33 Blau's inconsistent libido + new strange 18:57 Jada Pinkett-Smith is a baddie + Will Smith is broken 26:51 Hustling hard + Punk'd prank w/ Khloe Kardashian 33:43 Ashton Kutcher is HARSH but we respect it 37:40 Trevor spotting the wave + White Claws success 44:47 Starting at All Def Digital 46:32 Trevor's business sense + KevOnStage is brilliant 55:45 Trevor getting punched + Karen response 58:40 The time Akaash punk'd Blau 01:20:26 Getting lit + d-game is still trash 01:26:00 Our Moms are STACKED 01:26:46 Blau LOVES feet + sometimes they're too heavy 01:31:15 Trevor's mom's his type + Blau brings passion 01:44:00 “Hiring” security + getting confronted on stage 01:59:59 Hannah Berner sends her regards + we love our Moms 02:05:05 Eskimo bros with Johnny Sins + Blau LOVES his mom 02:18:40 Little separation on stage & Creativity + RIP OG Four Loco 02:25:52 Blau's VIRAL “How to Kiss” VIDEO 02:30:01 Bobby Lee's D, going down + NYC vs LA women 02:40:21 Blau was POOR, but now just cheap 02:49:49 $1 tipping is INSANE 02:53:00 NYC tipping begrudgingly
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Let's talk about some tough truths in the thought leadership business. Whether you're already part of this industry or aiming to join, here's the deal: Thought leadership means selling your knowledge, insight, and experiences. But here's the catch – you're not for everyone. Only about 2-5% of people are actively seeking to learn and apply what you offer. Most folks aren't into personal growth. Changing their minds is often a lost cause. Plus, how you present yourself matters more than how great your content is. To succeed, focus on selling and marketing your expertise – that's the core of your business. You're in the sales and marketing game more than anything else. So, if you want to make it big in thought leadership, remember that it's about who you reach and how you reach them – it's your business acumen that will make it happen. Tune in now! Show notes: [09:44]#1 You are targeting two to five percent of the population. [15:37]#2 Who you are is more important than what you sell. [29:50]#3 You're in the sales and marketing business. [32:10]Recap Episodes Mentioned: 1669: You're NOT In The Business Of Changing Minds 1507: Preach To The Choir, Dummy 1314: Hustle: Learning To Play The “Game” 1210: Don't Complain — Play The Game! Next Steps: Text Dre Baldwin: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) Work On Your Game University (Coaching & Courses): http://www.WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE FREE Training - 6 Figure Earners Who Want To Reach 7 Figures: http://www.WorkOnYourGame.net Facebook Business Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6figuresandgrowing/ Get Dre's Emails: Http://WorkOnMyGame.com Free Audiobooks: The Third Day: http://www.ThirdDayBook.com/audible The Mirror Of Motivation: http://www.MirrorOfMotivation.com/audible Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free Donate: CashApp: http://Cash.app/$DreBaldwin PayPal: http://PayPal.me/DreAllDay Be sure to Subscribe to have each new episode sent directly to you daily! If you're enjoying Work On Your Game, please Review the show and let us know! Dre on social media: Instagram [http://instagram.com/DreBaldwin] Facebook [http://Facebook.com/WorkOnYourGame] Twitter [http://Twitter.com/DreAllDay] YouTube [http://youtube.com/dreupt] All Episodes + FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com Sponsor: AG1 by Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/WorkOnYourGame http://drinkAG1.com/WORKONYOURGAME Sponsor: AquaTru - $100 Any Purifying Filter Http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/AT Sponsor: STASH Investments - start with $5!! http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/stash Sponsor: GoPuff - $15 Off Your First 3 Orders http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/gopuff
You may have seen the viral video of the young rapper, Sexxy Red, saying how much she loves Donald Trump and wants to see him back in office. It's all over my timelines, and about 85% of the responses I see are HARSH, 5% are celebratory, and the remaining people are trying to make a point that I hope to make today. At least try to learn something from her. Because A LOT of people feel just like she does. Let me unpack and explain it. To listen to today's FULL EPISODE of The Breakdown go now to Apple Podcasts or Spotify and search for “The Breakdown with Shaun King.” Subscribe there for FREE and listen to the whole podcast. If you are already on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you enjoy your podcasts, please subscribe, listen, share, leave reviews, and listen daily to the entire episode. The more of it you listen to, the better it is for us. Also, PLEASE BECOME A MEMBER of The North Star now @ TheNorthStar.com. Love and appreciate you all. Shaun Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Warning: This episode contains descriptions of rape, sexual abuse and death.As an epidemic of fentanyl use continues in America, causing tens of thousands of deaths each year, lawmakers and law enforcement agencies are holding one group increasingly responsible: drug users themselves.Eli Saslow, a writer for The Times, tells the story of a man whose friendship ended in tragedy and a set of laws that say he is the one to blame.Guest: Eli Saslow, a writer at large for The New York Times.Background reading: Two friends bought $30 worth of fentanyl before making it into rehab. One overdosed. The other was charged in his death.Harsh fentanyl laws ignite a fierce debate. Critics say, the approach could undermine public health goals and advances in addiction treatment.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.