6PM - Washington moms struggle to find baby formula during shortage // FDA comes to agreement with baby formula factory to resume production // Senator John Braun calls for legislature to suspend the gas tax // Durham's Biggest Challenge: The Jury // Musk: Doubt about spam accounts could scuttle Twitter deal // John helps his daughter with a wedding speech See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Semaj Brown gives a spellbinding reading of her environmental injustice poems. Brown also tells stories of working with the child victims of the Flint Water Crisis. Brown is on a mission to help heal the victims of trauma in Flint, Michigan. Samaj Brown is an amazingly accomplished woman who is a poet, author, playwright, and educator, she was named the first poet laureate of Flint, Michigan, in 2019. In 2021, she received an Academy of American Poets Laureate Fellowship. During her time as Flint's first poet laurate she has been teaching children to write poetry at Flint's Freeman School, helping adults who privately write poetry as a form of healing and spread the good word about the value of the literary arts across the Flint area. In this episode she reads two of her amazing poems. Her poems focus on Flint and social justice issues. They address issues of loss and empowerment. This podcast episode is dedicated to the memory of one of my best friends, Joseph M. Snow of Lansing, Michigan. Joe passed away November 10, 2022 after a long illness. Joe was a lawyer, former foundry worker, activist, and long time member of the Lansing areas Peace and Justice Coalition. He was an advocate for the working class and social justice issues. He was very fond of Samaj Brown's poetry. Special thanks to Mustards Retreat of Ann Arbor for providing the music for this podcast. Also special thanks to Libby Glover, Dave Tamolovich, David O. Norris and Dan Hall for their advice and encouragement of Radio Free Flint. To read more poetry or find books by Samaj Brown please visist Https://www.samajbrown.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiofreeflint/message
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Angela Little, COO at Million Dollar Story Agency which helps experts - entrepreneurs, consultants, speakers, coaches, and business owners become number one best-selling authors on the elite lists to build their brand, visibility, market authority, and credibility. They make sure you write a strategic book or chapter in an anthology - based on the Million Dollar Method that addresses all five factors essential to every thriving business - lead gen, lead nurture, lead conversion, client fulfillment, and client retention. Tune in to learn more!
We are joined by Morgan Hayduk and Andrew Batey, Founders and Co-CEOs, of Beatdapp. Beatdapp is a tracking system that authenticates, verifies, and validates media streamed in real time. It reduces the tracking discrepancies between Digital Service Providers (DSPs) and rights holders, increasing royalty revenue for rights holders while limiting legal exposure, expensive audit costs, […]
The Insurance Dudes are on a mission to find the best insurance agents around the country to find out how they are creating some of the top agencies. But they do not stop there, they also bring professionals from other industries for insights that can help agents take their agencies to the next level. The Insurance Dudes focus on your agency's four pillars: Hiring, Training, Marketing and Motivation! We have to keep the sword sharp if we want our agencies to thrive. Insurance Dudes are leaders in their home, at their office and in their community. This podcast will keep you on track with like minded high performing agents while keeping entertained!About Jason and Craig:Both agents themselves, they both have scaled to around $10 million in premium. After searching for years for a system to create predictability in their agencies, they developed the Telefunnel after their interviews with so many agents and business leaders. Taking several years, tons of trial and error, and hundreds of thousands of dollars on lead spend, they've optimized their agencies and teams to write tons of premium, consistently, and nearly on autopilot!LEARN MORE BY Registering for TUESDAY's LIVE CALL With The Insurance Dudes!Bio of Melissa:May 1, 2007 I founded Conner Family & Associates, LLC an Exclusive Allstate Insurance Agency located at 30 S Water St. Ste A. Henderson, NV 89015. Our second location is 270 E Horizon Dr Ste 107. Henderson, NV 89015. Our third location is 1500 W Sunset Rd Ste 150 Henderson, NV 89014. My mom, Elisa Conner, partnered with me in 2011. We offer insurance for everything that is important to you and your family. Together we share over 30 years of insurance experience in Nevada! We are your favorite Henderson family owned insurance agency! Stop in to meet us, anytime :-)In 2016 I authored an Amazon Best Seller "What Do You Mean It's Not Covered? A different perspective to understanding insurance." You can buy it on Amazon today!I am also a Licensed Real Estate Broker-Salesman. I can help you, your family and friends buy or sell a home in Nevada. I work hard and relentlessly to ensure all my customers are satisfied with this process.I'm a mother of 3 daughters. I am a graduate of UOP and I hold a Masters in Management. I have a Property and Casualty license, Life and Health license and Series 6 & 63 license.I do business in the entire state of Nevada, Utah and Washington at this time.Website: http://www.allstate.com/connerfamilyLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/connerfamilyFacebook: https://web.facebook.com/connerfamilyinsurance1/?_rdc=1&_rdr[Episode Transcript]Melissa Hudson 00:00All right, so we have a customer here and she is always around like we're her personal assistant. And what we have found is that she doesn't realize sometimes what she's doing. So she has been in a couple of car accidents and she likes to come into the office and drop her tomorrows in our office. totally nude. You see everything and show us our bruises. But she's not wearing underwear. So it's like, what are you doing? And she's not young either. So that that was a while ago, but recently she got into anothe
In our latest case study, we spoke with Intuit Mint and ApexEdge about their enabling better money decisions, and financial wellness. Listen to our conversation with Steven McKean, co-founder and CEO at ApexEdge, and Varun Krisha, SVP and head of consumer finance at Intuit Mint about building and launching a partnership that takes PFM further.
DateMay 15, 2022SynopsisThis one is about the work of the Holy Spirit, God's ever-widening arms, how to respond when put on the defensive, and Sagittarius A*, our galaxy's black hole.ReferencesScripture: Acts 11:1–18 Intro/Outro Music: "UpUpUp and Over" by Blue Dot SessionsAbout The Local ChurchFor more information about The Local Church,visit our website. We're also posting good stuff on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, too. Feedback? Questions? Comments? We'd love to hear it. Email Brent at email@example.com.To invest in what God's doing through The Local Church and help support these podcasting efforts and this movement of God's love, give online here.
Todd Randall, the eight-time CEO and business coach from rural Florida found that running a business can lead you to an early grave if you let it. He set out to build a business enterprise that worships freedom more than money and somehow ended up with both. This is the story of how a man set a crazy goal for himself, to learn to play polo and travel the world indulging that passion, and then worked persistently until he achieved it. Website: BeachviewCoaching Facebook: realbusinesscoaching Linkedin: todd-randall
Marcus Potter was a former Division 1 college golfer who has always had a passion for putting. He has been fortunate to learn and be mentored by people who have learned from the great teachers and players through the games history. Marcus's mentors and instructors have worked and learned from Multiple Masters Champions, Multiple PGA Champions, British Open Champions, US Open Champions! Head to @potters_putting on Instagram to see strokes, lessons transformations, breakdowns, etc...
MUST Ministries Summer Lunch program helps thousands of kids facing food insecurity. #GwinnettDailyPost #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon runs Squarely Digital, a digital marketing agency that specializes in content marketing and pay-per-click advertising. The company's mission — and Jon's passion — is to help small businesses navigate the complex and confusing world of digital marketing so they can attract the prospects, leads, clients, and customers they need. Jon founded Squarely Digital in 2013 after more than 20 years in journalism. Most of that time was spent at the Washington Post, where Jon worked on both the print edition and the website, in the sports department and newsroom-wide roles. Jon lives in Alexandria, Va., with his wife, Pam, daughters JJ and Ellie, and dogs Duncan and Nutella. Website: squarelydigital.com LinkedIn: jondenunzio Twitter: SquarelyDigital Facebook: SquarelyDigital
Alison and Tod discuss one of Upworthy's most popular stories of all time, a couple in their 50s retired to spend the rest of their lives on cruise ships. A pelvis floor doctor has a mind-blowing revelation about going "just in case" and people in England are overcoming trauma through stand-up comedy. Plus, Alison goes camping, and Tod remembers his old dance moves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With record low water levels that threaten hydropower generation, the federal government has decided to retain water in Lake Powell and release less to Lake Mead and beyond. But the Colorado River basin still faces a long-term water shortage that imperils the future of cities and farms in the Southwest. Also, the sea ice that Inuit people rely on for travel and hunting is growing dangerously thin. Now, sensors and GPS technology along with Inuit traditional knowledge are helping to measure sea ice in real time. And as civilization hurtles toward climate disaster, the world continues to rely heavily on fossil fuels and drag its heels on transitioning to clean energy. Harvard University Professor of the History of Science Naomi Oreskes joins us to note climate change science is unequivocal and why the paths to solving the climate crisis are political and social. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In honor of graduation season, we highlight an amazing college graduate ... and the nonprofit that helped her and thousands of other former Virginia foster care children achieve their college dreams. In today's show, BUZZ creator Michael Hemphill interviews: Dr. Jennifer Gentry, executive director of the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education.Dr. Rachel Strawn, Great Expectations Program Director for the Virginia Community College System.And Andrea Laney, a 20-year-old Tazewell County former foster child who graduated Southwest Virginia Community College thanks to Great Expectations.Are you a nonprofit with an event that we could help promote? Or a marketing problem we could help fix? Contact us and we'll share on an upcoming episode.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FOLLOW US:F A C E B O O K ➜ http://facebook.com/buzz4goodI N S T A G R A M ➜ http://instagram.com/buzz4goodL I N K E D I N ➜ https://www.linkedin.com/company/buzz...T W I T T E R ➜ http://twitter.com/buzz4goodW E B S I T E ➜ http://buzz4good.com- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The United States has more than 1.5 million nonprofits — from homeless shelters, food banks and rescue squads to children's choirs, science museums and animal refuges — that employ one out of every 10 Americans. Like any company, nonprofits have salaries and bills to pay, a budget to balance. They require money. And if enough people don't know about them, don't believe in them, don't support them — in short, if they lack BUZZ — they suffer and die.
We talked to one of our favorite guests, Craig Morgan. Because of his song “What I Love About Sunday”…Bobby wants to know what he loves about other days of the week. Craig shares what songs to expect for him to perform at his new tour and what it was like competing on his CBS reality show. Bobby helped a listener surprise his wife yesterday after the show and explains why he shared it today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tech Tool Kit for Metal DetectingThis Week I talk about Websites and Apps that can help you in the Hobby plus a few things to be aware of.But before we start I want to thank you for listening to the podcast and I hope you enjoy the episode this week If you want to support the show there are many options available from the links in the episode notes below and if you want to interact with me and the show that information is there too but most importantly If you like this content please don't hesitate to tell your friends and don't forget to hit that subscribe button.https://en.numista.com/https://www.onxmaps.com/https://historyhunters.co.uk/tectotrakISmartDetect Metal Detecting - Home | Facebookhttps://coinoscope.com/https://www.scrapmonster.com/https://images.google.com/Buy From KellyCoDetectors.com Helps the Show Stay aliveSupport the show
301: My YouTube Story So Far - Dusty's Journey Up To This Point: 300 EPISODE SPECIAL This week is special. The last episode was the big 300 and this week I want to celebrate by giving you a behind-the-scenes look at my YouTube channel, this podcast, and my business. This was like therapy for me and I think this was one of my favorite shows to record! Tune back next week for another awesome interview! Go here if you want to submit your YouTube Channel to be a potential guest on the podcast. Support the show on Patreon here for day-to-day interaction with myself and the community on discord. TubeBuddy – A tool that makes your YouTube Life EASIER and Helps grow your channel. CLICK HERE for a FREE 30 DAY TRIAL. Links Discussed In This Episode Fiverr – Hire the right people for the jobs you need to make your YouTube life and workflow easier! Bluehost – If you need a website use this link to get a Free Domain Name and a great deal on hosting
In this episode, Jaffe and Razor analyze the Bruins game 6 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes. They discuss the importance home ice has played in this series and how the Bruins can succeed in Raleigh. They break down the goals scored by the Bruins, the return of Hampus Lindholm, another good special teams performance, Swayman's night, and more!
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Dave Valentine, a business coach, dad, and friend, who sets everyone around him up for success by creating a space where they can thrive. Part of that is making room for people to discover what they want, who they are, and what they're looking for. Dave creates a vacuum that sucks you in and rapidly pulls and shapes you into your full potential. Tune in to learn more!
Today I speak with Kelly Kendall, a registered nurse and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Today, we talk about one of the questions I get asked most: how to workout and breastfeed at the same time and do both successfully. Kelly shares her personal experiences with breastfeeding and how that lead her to becoming an IBCLC. We talk about common issues, how to know what's normal, and where to go for support. Kelly provides such a great perspective for all breastfeeding moms. We talk about logistical issues moms face when starting to add back in workouts postpartum and some solutions. Kelly shares a wealth of information about breastfeeding and workouts. You don't want to miss the interview!We talk about:-becoming an IBCLC-common breastfeeding struggles-mom guilt-the importance of support and community-not knowing what's normal-logistical and nutrition advice Time Stamps1:00 introduction4:19 common issues and struggles9:15 where moms struggle when starting to add in workouts11:50 nutrition advice for breastfeeding moms14:15 additional advice for momsCONNECT WITH CARRIEIG: https://www.instagram.com/carriepagliano/Website: https://carriepagliano.comCONNECT WITH KELLYIG: https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedboob/The Active Mom Postpartum Podcast is A Real Moms' Guide to Postpartum for active moms & the postpartum professionals who help them in their journey. This show has been a long time in the making! You can expect conversation with moms and postpartum professionals from all aspects of the industry. If you're like me, you don't have a lot of free time (heck, you're probably listening at 1.5x speed), so theses interviews will be quick hits to get your the pertinent information FAST! If you love what you hear, share the podcast with a friend and leave us a 5 start rating and review. It helps us become more visible in the search algorithm! (Helps us get seen by more moms that need to hear these stories!!!!)
Dima Yovko is a thirty year old stay at home dad that failed in insurance for 3 months before reaching out to childhood friend, Erika Walker and finding massive success in using the tools and Family First Life team environment she introduced him to.
In today's episode, Connor discusses the Philadelphia Phillies' series win over the Seattle Mariners and a Game 3 victory behind Rhys Hoskins' 4th inning grand slam that put the team up for good yesterday afternoon! He also previews a daunting 4 game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers starting tonight in LA and why despite the strong pitching rotation that the Dodgers have, the Phillies could possibly have the advantage in 2 of the 4 games on the bump. He also looks at some early struggles from some of the top Dodgers players and why this series could certainly be winnable, and takes stock in the Phillies standing in the NL East! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Darren and Paige had a different podcast subject planned for today. However, after Mother's Day came around, we saw a lot of feelings around this day and thought we would do another episode on this topic. This day is hard for many; how can we make it better????Mother's Day is supposed to be an amazing day!!! Right?So here is another Mother's Day in the books. How was it for all of you? Were your expectations met? Managed? Complete disappointment? This is already sometimes a difficult day for women for a multitude of reasons, but mostly because of unmet expectations. I'm sure some very nice person came up with Mother's Day thinking what a nice thing, to have a whole day to make moms feel special...they had no idea what they were creating. Women can build up this day as a kind of reward for the other 364. When this day arrives and it is not the blissful fantasy we have in our minds, it falls short and reality hits. Now add in the complication of a blended family and oh boy, tricky.What can we do to help the day be a happy one? Plan a group event. Fun to be with many people, friends and family. Helps the focus be off of just you (if you want that). This is not for you is you want all the attention on you. Figure out what is best for your situation. Be specific with gift giving or risk getting a toaster. Some men are great at gift giving and plan creative things way in advance. Most are not. BE BOLD! Don't drop hints that he will not decipher. Be specific, very specific. Maybe have an Amazon list to share with family. If money is an issue, make sure to let it known that you want a card from everyone. Or you want a few hours to yourself, or watch a movie you pick. Let them know in advance you would like a nice breakfast made by not you. Get out there what you want. Not in a bratty way, in a nice, I'm helping you out kind of way. Remember the kids. This is for a blended family specifically. Remember that your children probably did not ask to have a mother and a stepmother in their lives, they have had to adjust to the decisions made around them. Don't make this harder by making them choose who they have to make feel the most special. Let them focus on their mom on this day, if she is in their lives. Pick another day to celebrate with them if that is what you want. Curb expectations. If you are hoping that your children will make some grand gesture to prove that they love you more than anyone else in the world, you are being unrealistic and a little unreasonable. Set expectations low and reasonable and be pleasantly surprised if it exceeds them. Don't overthink it. Mother's Day is a special occasion, but it is not the end all be all. If things don't work out exactly as you had hoped, don't assume that it is an indication of how your family feels about you. Resist the urge to indulge in self-pity and remind yourself that everyone is trying their best, even if it doesn't live up the the day you've created in your mind. We all approach Mother's Day with hopes and expectations. Sit down and take 5 minutes and figure out what those (reasonably) are and then communicate to your spouse or/and kids, what you need. Lemonade Moment of the WeekTwo of our boys get engaged. No lemons this week just lemonade.Links https://www.mightymoms.club/mothers/mothers-day-disappointment/ https://www.socialmoms.com/know/parenting-2/navigating-mothers-day-in-blended-families/ French Toast Recipe - Bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes at 350. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Today on the show we've got an hour of stories about anticipation and expectations, and about things not exactly turning out how we expected, for better or for worse. (4:05) Storyteller Antonio Sacre remembers a long road trip where countless billboards for something called "Pedro's South of the Border" built up impossible expectations. The story was recorded live in The Apple Seed Studio. (22:32) Did you ever agree to do a favor for a family member, but then it ends up being different than what you thought you were agreeing to? Host Sam Payne's got a story like that. It's today's entry in the Radio Family Journal. (30:50) True crime stories are all the rage right now, and we go back in time to bring you an OTR (Old-Time Radio) true crime story from the long-running radio show Gang Busters about a bunch of crooks that think they've got the perfect racket stealing from gangsters, but of course the scheme doesn't go as smoothly as they planned. (40:59) The book 'A Boy Called Bat' is a tender story about a boy with autism, and we'll hear from both author Elana K. Arnold and from a family that made a surprising discovery when they read the book together.
Hari Kalymnios is a consultant, speaker and trainer on mindset, resilience, wellbeing and how to feel SUPERHUMAN. He helps leaders become better self-leaders by improving their energy and vitality levels so they can attain high performance. He's the founder of The Thought Gym, and author of the book The Thought Gym and Working Well. He's shared his philosophies on the TEDx stage and with clients ranging from large multinationals to billionaires. Website: http://thethoughtgym.com The Thought Gym Book: https://amzn.to/2NqK5vB Super Human Smoothie: http://thethoughtgym.com/smoothie/ Instagram: thethoughtgym YouTube: thethoughtgym Twitter: thethoughtgym Facebook: thethoughtgym Personal Site: http://harikalymnios.com Throwback Link: https://iamceo.co/2018/09/10/059-consultant-speaker-trainer-helps-leaders-feel-superhuman/
David Kotowski is the CEO and founder of Sports Business Networks also known as SBN, which is a network of current and former athletes, who help each other be the best they can be. The post 981: How Playing College Sports Helps Post Graduation With David Kotowski, Elevate Sports and Marketing [K-Cup TripleShot] appeared first on Time4Coffee.
In this episode, we are joined by Gavin Lira, Founder, and CEO of The Empathy Firm, an innovative PR Firm centered around client delight. The Empathy Firm helps businesses acquire visibility, influence, and authority through media placements, podcast bookings, and consulting. Their goal is to understand your unique vision and amplify it so the world can experience just how brilliant you are. Empathy works with the world's largest and most powerful influencer network, national press, and publishing partners to put you in front of the right audience, in the right way, and at the right time. Tune in to learn more!
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Nick Collins, Founder and CEO of Sartoris Digital, a full-service digital media company that helps companies identify and execute high-value web and mobile software initiatives. The team delivers strategic guidance, architecture, project planning, UI/UX, development, and product roadmap planning. Nick is also an ADDY award-winning web and mobile application creator. He is a well-respected authority in Digital Media, having spoken on the topic in the regional and international arenas. Don't miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!
In this episode, we are joined by Justin Woll, Founder of BeyondSixFigures, the top one on one Ecommerce marketing group on Facebook that gives out the most up to date proven insight on Facebook Ads, Scaling, Targeting, Product Research, Ad optimization, store/traffic conversion knowledge, optimization hacks, up-sell strategies, email campaigns, sourcing, and much more to bring you to that six or seven-figure mark. Justin is an experienced and accomplished business marketing connoisseur with over seven years of experience within the field. Tune in to learn more!
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Houston Goodwin, CEO of 97 Displays, a company that connects local businesses with their communities through a lead-generating website platform and suite of tools and resources for lead conversion. They have helped thousands of companies own the space of martial arts and fitness in their local markets. Its mission is to empower martial arts and fitness businesses to effectively impact their communities through internet marketing. Tune in to learn more!
There is just as much meaning in a hard time as there is in a celebration. Shannon MacFarlane is a photogrpaher that has taken a different approach to her art and her business and shares with you just what that is and if it might be right for you. She is best know for for talking about grief and other uncomfortable emotions and how photography can help start conversations around those. Starting with capturing intimate stories for families while respecting their privacy, much of her work will not appear on social media. Learn how she has made this unique business continue to thrive based on referrals. LINKS: https://slobberedlens.substack.com
The Holy Spirit has an accurate view of all things — past, present, and future. He will help us by revealing what we need to see and understand about God, ourselves, and life itself. The Holy Spirit is also designated by God to teach us how to worship Jesus and bring Him great honor and glory through our lives — spirit, soul, and body. Join us on Home Group as we continue our discussion on The Holy Spirit and YOU!
The Holy Spirit has an accurate view of all things — past, present, and future. He will help us by revealing what we need to see and understand about God, ourselves, and life itself. The Holy Spirit is also designated by God to teach us how to worship Jesus and bring Him great honor and glory through our lives — spirit, soul, and body. Join us on Home Group as we continue our discussion on The Holy Spirit and YOU!
Credit is so much more than a number you can brag about at dinner parties. LOL Your credit score can affect a lot of things, or even keep you from qualifying for certain things. A poor credit score can negatively impact your finances and cash flow and a great score can help you build up net worth with lower interest payments, allowing you to pay your debts off with greater ease. Here are my thoughts on the top 7 ways good credit can help you! Questions@CreditKristi.com
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your guest host Jeff Bright wants to talk to you about setting priorities that guarantee success in business. Your priorities play a large role in your success. Your priorities help you set your goals. Those goals are only met if your priorities are in the proper order. You can want something all day long, but you have to do what it takes to get results. There are four reasons to set priorities: Identifies what is important – Make a list of those things that need to be done now. Helps guide better decisions – what should you be doing? Keeps you on track Gives you the confidence to say no 4 Ways To Create A Good Habit Make it obvious Design your environment. Make the cues of a good habit visible. Make it attractive Create a motivation ritual. Do something you enjoy immediately before and after a difficult habit. Make it easy Prime the environment. Pair an action you want to do which requires less effort than an action you need to do which is rewarding. Make it satisfying Use a habit tracker. Keep track of your habit streak and don't break the chain. 4 Ways To Break A Bad Habit Make it invisible Reduce exposure. Remove the cues of your bad habit from your environment. Make it unattractive Reframe your mindset. Highlight the benefits of avoiding your bad habit. Make it difficult Increase friction. Increase the number of steps between you and your bad habit. Make it unsatisfying Create a habit contract. Make the costs of your bad habit painful. www.AndyAlbright.com @AndySAlbright https://arc.naaleads.com/ @NAALeadsTheWay @NationalAgentsAlliance #N247RU #DoTheDo #TheAlliance
This week's episode is a good long look at restlessness, and the desire to escape the present moment. Kyley finds hereself struggling with restless feelings and this conversation is a helpful discusson for anyone who finds themselves struggling with checking out.Some topics discussed:* The inability to be f*cking present* Escape for pleasure, but also for destruction* Romanticized ideas of what should be happening* Sometimes - there's no problem to solve* ImpermanenceRaven & Merope Magic CIrcleRaven & Merope Monster School RetreatEva's instagram: @iamevaliaoBook a discovery call with EvaKyley's Instagram: @kyleycaldwellJoin Kyley's Facebook group: Akashic Soul CircleGrab your ticket for Magic Circle
If you're like me, you might have a hard time getting to the end of articles that predict climate catastrophe. You might put a lot of faith in technology to save us, and you certainly don't want to think about an unsafe climate future for any young children in your life. If you're more like my guest for this episode, Britt Wray, you may have had periods of time where you can't stop thinking about climate catastrophe, times when your climate anxiety became so unbearable you couldn't function. Britt's new book is all about our emotional reactions to climate change. She says, "these abilities to sit with the emotions and allow them to be there is actually really crucial to climate action at all." We met for a hike through the Santa Cruz mountains and we talked about how she emerged from debilitating climate dread, and how she grappled with the question of whether or not to have a child. "In the end the decision to not have a child felt like a commitment to fear. And then on the flip side, deciding to have a child felt like a commitment to joy." A photo from my hike with Britt Wray in the Santa Cruz Mountains Do you want to lessen your climate anxiety while also helping the planet? Britt says, "It's a crucial step to find community with others who can stand in the fire with you, who get it, who will mirror and validate the concerns and will never say you're overreacting." Here are some resources she suggests: The Good Grief Network, modeled off of a 12-step program, hosts in-person meetings around climate anxiety and climate action. Conceivable Future hosts parties for people to talk about family planning in a warming world, and The All We Can Save Project offers a how-to guide on starting your own community talking group. Subscribe to Britt Wray's news letter Gen Dread, which is all about staying sane in the climate crisis. Britt Wray is a Human and Planetary Health Fellow at Stanford University and author of the new book Generation Dread: Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate Crisis
Michela Quilici, CEO of MQ Consulting and Business Training Inc. Michela is an International business growth + marketing expert passionate about supporting coaches, consultants, and service professionals who struggle with sales, marketing, and systems – to gain more exposure, magnetize qualified buyers, and double revenues with much less effort. Over the past 17 years, she has coached and consulted hundreds of entrepreneurially-minded companies globally, from start-ups to $20+ million to take business owners and their businesses to the next level of excellence. Michela has been featured in USA Weekly, Canadian Living Magazine, and Profit Magazine. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and is a contributing author in the bestselling book Conscious Business. Website: http://www.michelaquilici.com/ Facebook: MichelaQulici LinkedIn: michelaquilici Twitter: MichelaQuilici Thowback Link: https://iamceo.co/2018/08/27/053-ceo-coach-expert-helps-people-that-struggle-with-sales-marketing-systems/
Boy, there's no way I can completely explain this impactful insight in a brief conversation. But understand, if we can get our salespeople to shift from talking about our features and pushing our products to instead selling the value of our products to our marketplace, our salespeople learn to talk about the problems that we're going to solve, the results that our buyers are going to expect to achieve, this does magic in terms of the sales cycle and the end of the sale. Because when we truly resonate with our buyers and their problems and hoped for results, we're going to win more deals. We're probably going to win more deals even at higher prices, which is the key point. And if buyers are truly comfortable, they'll make decisions faster, shortening our sales cycle, and once we learn to think this way, we can look for buyers who have those problems. Selling value seems to be this magic elixir to driving up ASP's, revenue, and profit. We hope you enjoyed this memecast. This impactful insight came from the book, Selling Value, which I wrote to help salespeople win more deals at higher prices. If you have any questions or feedback, please email me email@example.com. Now go make an impact. Connect with Mark Stiving: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/
I LOVE being a mom, and I feel like it's been one of the greatest ministries I could ever have, what a gift! But I also, deep down inside, felt a stirring that I wanted to do something that matters outside of motherhood, something that would make an impact on others around me. Sometimes I felt guilty for wanting something more than motherhood, but I also wanted to be my kids' best example, and how was I going to do that without following that call on my heart? My greatest ministry is my children, and, because of that, I have to be willing to show them the way in which to walk. This includes how to listen to God's calling, how to set goals, how to take action on them, and how to win. They are looking to me and my husband first, and if we're not willing to be that example, they will look elsewhere. I don't want that! I want to be their best example. Today we're talking about the three reasons having a goal actually HELPS your kids. This will help give you permission to go after that goal stirring in your heart because your kids NEED you to! Rooting for you ~ Gabe CONNECT WITH ME Create your Intentional Purpose Plan - for coaching details, head to redhotmindset.com/coaching -- BOOK HERE Mind Over Marathon: Taking Goals from Start to Finish in the Race of Life -- https://redhotmindset.com/mind-over-marathon/ Simplicity & Motherhood Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/4mindfulmamas Website: https://redhotmindset.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabecox_redhotmindset/
Today's guest Spencer Oberan is co-founder of one of the solar software companies that seems to be on everybody's lips lately, Enerflo. If you haven't heard of Enerflo, don't worry, I hadn't either until January of this year, but they're a fast-growing startup that's been in relative stealth mode but seems to be integrating with virtually every platform out there to make proposals and financing for residential solar projects easier & faster. We caught up with Spencer face to face to hear his thoughts as a longtime solar sales titan on how the industry has evolved and what he expects from the rest of 2022. Thanks to our mutual friend, Nate Jovanelly, for making the intro. And thanks to the kind folks at RE+ for allocating a room for us at the show to make these recordings! If you want to connect with today's guest, check out the https://mysuncast.com/suncast-episodes/ (show notes) over on the blog. SunCast is presented by https://www.mysuncast.com/sungrow (Sungrow), the world's most bankable inverter brand. You can learn more about all the sponsors who help make this show free for you, here: https://www.mysuncast.com/sponsors (www.mysuncast.com/sponsors) Remember you can always find the resources and learn more about today's guest, recommendations, book links, and more than 465 other founder stories and startup advice athttps://www.mysuncast.com/ ( www.mysuncast.com). You can connect with me, Nico Johnson, on https://www.twitter.com/nicomeo (Twitter), https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus/ (LinkedIn) or email.
We're back with another episode in our For the Love of Favorite Pastimes series, and this week, we're talking about the great outdoors. And in case you think this topic is just for those of you who find their greatest joy loading up piles of gear to go hiking for 20 miles every weekend, or for all the rabid runners, cyclists, swimmers, campers, and the rest of you that make the other half of us real, real tired––there's something for all of us who may like being outside, even those who aren't necessarily the outdoorsy type. Maybe your jam is barbecuing outside with friends, or sitting on your porch swing à la Jen Hatmaker. At the end of the day ,we can all agree (and science proves) that spending time in nature makes a person happier. And that's the message this week's guest is taking to the masses. Ben Steele is the Chief Customer Officer at REI - the nation's largest consumer co-op for the outdoor community. Ben didn't grow up with an innate love for nature, even though it was a part of his family's life in Idaho. It wasn't until he found his own outdoor personality as an adult that he truly appreciated the benefits of spending time outside (and surprise– it doesn't have to involve driving miles away from home or having oodles of gear). * * * Thank you to our sponsors! Rothy's | Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/forthelove. KiwiCo | Get 30% off your first month plus free shipping on any crate line at kiwico.com using code FORTHELOVE. Betterhelp | Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/forthelove and get 10% off your first month. Thought-Provoking Quotes “There is science that says when folks have access to green spaces, have access to clean air, have access to time outside, you're healthier as an individual and at a societal level.” – Ben Steele “The only part of your day you truly control is what time you get up. So I get up early to get my time outdoors every day on the weekdays. And there's definitely days I'd rather stay in bed, but if I put it off for the end of the day, there's always something that comes up.” – Ben Steele “The outside is not an equally safe space for everybody. It's certainly true for women. It's certainly true for people of color. It's certainly true for even different identity groups. And so we've got to be honest about everything from racist naming of outdoor places, to a legacy of stolen land, to the reality that, depending on who I am, I may not feel that comfortable outside or around other people.” – Ben Steele “Relatively early in COVID [REI] had built a beautiful new headquarters and we sold it. We made the decision that we'd rather have these dollars working for our employees, working for our customers, working for our business. So we've been in a virtual environment with a couple of satellite offices for the last few years. And that was a big change for our headquarters. We're trying to recognize, ‘wow, my days at home are really efficient and really effective and productive. My days in the office are really connected.' Both of those things matter.” - Ben Steele on achieving work life balance. “I think for somebody who says I'm not an outdoors person, I'm not outdoorsy. I think what I'd ask is what they like to do outside? And it might be a barbecue in the backyard with their family. They love to sit on the front porch and watch the world go by. They love to watch a sunset or they love birds. Whatever you like, find a way to pursue that.” – Ben Steele Books & Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeREI Co-Op REI Gear Trade-In Connect with Jen!Jen's website Jen's InstagramJen's Twitter Jen's FacebookJen's YouTube
In this episode, learn from Monica Froese on how to make your first $100,000 selling a digital product.What we chat about in this episode:-How to make 6-figures selling a digital product-Time-tested strategies for selling digital materials-The First Sale FormulaAbout Monica:Monica is a digital product coach for women business owners and host of the popular podcast, Empowered Business. She has an MBA degree in finance and marketing and runs two brands Redefining Mom, a site for helping women thrive in both motherhood and business, and Empowered Business, where she empowers women to create financial independence through building six-figure digital product businesses. She spent 11 years working for a Fortune 100 company running multi-million dollar marketing campaigns with large brands like Microsoft and HP. Now she provides online marketing education to small businesses that are looking to build a profitable revenue stream through digital products through her online programs and podcast.Connect with Monica:Connect with Monica Froese: https://monicafroese.com/crush IG: https://instagram.com/monica.froese TEXT HOLLY: https://bit.ly/TextHollyJOIN THE CRUSH THE RUSH CLUB: https://www.hollymariehaynes.com/plannerI hope these tips help! Keep in touch! Leave me a message at hollymariehaynes.com or instagram.com/holly_marie_haynes
Product research is a discipline that's transformed in recent years. The days of waterfall testing are over. Today, research is happening at every stage of a product's life cycle, and there are more tools than ever before to help. But how do product teams stay focused on what truly matters? How do we single out real insights from an outpouring of data? Christian & Meghan unpack their lessons learned about product research and examine how the field has evolved. They'll also explain why research isn't actually about finding answers; it's about limiting uncertainty. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to see the latest in Better Product, a show part of the Better Product Community powered by Innovatemap. The community is the connection point for product leaders & practitioners to learn and share what it takes to design, build, market, and sell better products. Learn more at betterproduct.community. Takeaways: Product research has evolved from a waterfall approach to a continuous approach; research is happening at more stages, and more often. Research is about limiting uncertainty, and not finding the answer. It's best to “measure twice to cut once” in product research. Things To Listen For: [3:00] Icebreaker: what's your best/worst research paper from school? [8:30] The evolution of product research and how it continues to change [9:00] Research is what makes better products possible [10:00] From Christian: In the beginning, research focused on what happened after your product made it into the world [10:30] Now, research is happening earlier and contributing idea [11:00] The difference today: research is about insights, not just data [12:00] When stakeholders disagree on the importance of research [13:00] Overcoming the fear of research (and the ideas it might diminish) [13:30] “Once you know what the research tells you, you have to act on it” [14:30] Barriers to research in startups include time, the founder's connection to the market [16:00] The shift from waterfall research to continuous research [16:30] Who does research and the rise of digital products for research [17:30] “Measure twice to cut once” when conducting research [19:30] You need both good research products and research professionals (as we explored with Amplitude's Justin Bauer in supporting PMs with data) [22:00] Let your product research be experimental [23:00] Don't over-index the voice of your customer
Ellie meets a poor lonely crab that has lost his family on the beach. Ellie and the crab go on an exciting adventure to find them! And meet some characters on the way!oin up to our Premium channel and be a Super Fan of Short Stories for Kids! Here you will receive a Friday Bonus Episode every week! Plus our entire back catalogue of stories ad free!Also Premium Only Shout Outs just for you guys! Just email us telling us your a Premium member and you would like a shout out to email@example.comPremium Member Perks