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Wow today's episode is AWE INSPIRING. I am honored to have guest Lauren Sheehey on the podcast today to talk with you about the mask of perfectionism, and her 30 day abstinence journey from perfectionism and exercise. A quick trigger warning: we do discuss trauma and sexual assault in today's episode. Lauren Sheehey is a writer, meditation teacher, relentless creative, and most recently a new mom. For years, she worked with clients around the world as a Lifestyle Development Coach; her work focused exclusively on guiding women through their healing, empowerment, and self-actualization with a fully integrated, mind-body approach. Now, Lauren is translating this work into motherhood and facilitating deep-dive conversations on her podcast, Hungry for More. She has witnessed, first-hand, the power of inviting women to tell, own, and write their stories. She knows that showing up and sharing oneself in a way that is unapologetically real and raw is ultimately the path to revolution. You can find her writing on her blog, her instagram, and scattered across the internet for professional wellness brands. She has edited books for publishing and advised the copywriting for countless marketing campaigns, but you can find her doing what she loves most on her podcast; writing about the hard, beautiful, messy moments of life and reading them to her community. In this episode: Lauren's work and podcast, Hungry for More. The ever-evolving journey of recovering from an eating disorder and healing from past traumas. Taking the mask of perfectionism off to truly heal. What Lauren's 30 day abstinence from perfectionism and exercise addiction, what this looks like and an honest review of how it's going. How Lauren practices wellness without obsession. Learn more about Lauren: Hungry for More Podcast Lauren's Instagram account Today's episode is brought to you by our signature program, Food and Body Peace Playbook (FBPP). FBPP is an 8 week online course & group coaching program that will help you build lasting food freedom, better body image & sustainable health habits that stick. We will be offering a Black Friday discount and special bonus offer for our January enrollment. That means you can start off 2022 making the decision to say NO to diets that don't work and YES to intuitive eating and a lifetime of treating your body well. Are you looking for one on one coaching for intuitive eating, body image, hormone support and/or digestive relief? We are booking for the final months of 2021 with limited spots left, reach out today to start your healing journey! Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read testimonials from our amazing clients here. Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop. Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website For every guest that comes on the show, we donate money to Loveland Foundation. The Loveland Foundation, is a foundation that provides therapy and healing to Black women and girls. We are honored to donate monthly to the Loveland Foundation, and you can learn more and donate yourself here.
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Show Resources Here were the resources we covered in the episode: Article on LinkedIn Audience Network Measurement Error NEW LinkedIn Learning course about LinkedIn Ads by AJ Wilcox Contact us at Podcast@B2Linked.com with ideas for what you'd like AJ to cover. Show Transcript Matched audiences aren't new in social advertising. But LinkedIn gave us something special that no other platform has. What is it you ask? Listen, find out. Welcome to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Here's your host, AJ Wilcox. Hey there LinkedIn Ads fanatics! So Facebook blew us all away by offering custom audiences back in 2013. That allowed us to upload lists of individuals for targeting of ads. It also included website retargeting through the facebook pixel, which was very cool indeed. Then Google Ads released customer match in 2015, it was a lot more limited, but still pretty cool. Ever late to the game, LinkedIn released matched audiences in 2017, with very little fanfare, but this was the most epic release to date. Not only could we upload individuals, which was a total game changer, and we can of course do website retargeting. But we got a feature that no other platform can match, account matching, or company name, uploads, whatever you want to call it. Today, we're going to discuss why this is the most important feature you'll ever use on LinkedIn Ads. This month, I listened to a podcast by a woman named Lisanne Murphy. And it's called The Marketing Matrix podcast. It's really good. If you're into Facebook ads, it inspired me to do my episodes a little bit less like a Wikipedia article where I just toss everything out there that you could ever imagine about a topic and make it so you have to take tons and tons of notes, and instead focus more on individual features that you can walk away and focus on much smaller facets of the LinkedIn Ads platform. So I would love your feedback as you listen to the next few episodes. If this is a little bit easier to listen to a little bit less Wikipediaish. Or if you still found yourself scrambling for a pen. Lee Gannon, who's a friend of mine and a friend of the show, he found out something that was pointed out to him by LinkedIn support, he was asking about skills targeting and when he found the documentation that the support was referring to, it said something about how skills targeting is done. It reads, "skills include those explicitly added by members in their skill section, as well as keywords and phrases mentioned throughout their profile and summary." Okay, just capitalizing on what this means. This means not only are we targeting people with the skills listed in their skill section that they themselves added, but LinkedIn is also apparently looking for keywords and key phrases throughout the profile. I'm imagining in your about section, or maybe even in your headline or title. It goes on to say, "LinkedIn uses modeling to infer skills from a members job title and job description." Alright, this was a big shocker to me. And actually, one that I don't know is actually out there in the wild. I have a feeling that this is actually not something that has been rolled out yet, but probably will in the future. And the reason I say this is because when we have leads come in to one of our clients accounts that are of poor quality, we asked the client to bring us a link to the the client's profile, and we go figure out which campaign was targeting them, and what sort of targeting we were using. And every once in a while we will find skills targeting that brings in someone who was of lower quality, but we haven't yet experienced where when we look for the skill that we were targeting and we look down into their skills that that particular skill is not there. So that leads me to believe that this either happens very, very rarely, or it's just not happening yet. I would absolutely love it. If any of you listening, if you have any evidence of this happening, maybe a skills campaign was targeting someone that you cannot find that skill in their profile, please, please please reach out and let me know that would be really great to know. And then Rishabh Rastogi from India, he put in the LinkedIn Ads support group, which is a LinkedIn group. If you're not already a member of it, I highly recommend it. I'll link to that in the show notes. He pointed out an ad format that looks like a text ad, but it was actually in his newsfeed. And he provided a screenshot of it. It was in the newsfeed right in between two posts. And it was actually right above a promoted post, a sponsored content. And because we know sponsored content only goes at max one out of every five slots in the newsfeed and this was right above it. We know this wasn't sponsored content. So he reached out about it. And this one in particular, the headline says LinkedIn ads drive business results reach buyers with the power to act. And then it does have an image and it's around image and the call to action says Create Ad so this is obviously one that LinkedIn is using for themselves to market their own LinkedIn Marketing Solutions products. This was pretty interesting. And I would absolutely love it if we got this kind of an ad format in the future, because I don't know about you, but text ads are one of my favorite ad formats on LinkedIn. They're inexpensive, they're really good for branding, they do such a good job of propping up all the other ad formats that I'm running at the time. And the only problem is that because they're way over in the right rail, and they're on desktop only, so most users aren't seeing them that they get clicked on very, very little. So if I could have a text ad that was in the newsfeed, I think that would probably be really, really powerful. And then Tamas Banki from Budapest, he shot me a private message. He saw this new ad format and wondered what it was. So what it is, it's a sponsored content post that says it's from LinkedIn. And it does say promoted. And then it asks, How familiar are you with and then lists the company name. And then there's some, it's like a poll, like a sponsored poll where they can click very familiar, somewhat familiar, I've only heard the name, and not at all familiar. And he hadn't seen this anywhere. So he was wondering, is there any way that this is a new ad format. And the truth is, this is an ad format that everyone can get access to, if you're spending at least $90,000 per quarter. And maybe you've even seen it inside of campaign manager, there's a new heading right at the top there. It's right in between campaign performance and website demographics. And it's called testing. When you click it, it will come up with the ability to create a test. Now we've been able to run these tests if you are spending high budget and had a LinkedIn Rep for quite a while. But this is now right on the front end where anyone can run these. The way it works is if you're spending at least $90,000 per quarter, as you spend, LinkedIn is going to ask people questions about your brand. There are six different studies that you can run and if you want to run all six of them, you just have to make sure that you have a minimum budget of $270k for the 90 day period. So immediately the small spenders are out. But you large spenders, this is actually really fun to run. The first is a brand lift test. And then there's also an aided awareness test, a brand familiarity test, a brand favorability test, a brand recommendation test, and product consideration test. And what it does is as you are advertising at obviously high volumes, it's asking people how familiar they are with your brand. And by doing that, you'll get data back about how effective your ads are from a branding perspective. It's really cool. Next, just this week, LinkedIn started notifying their customers who were using the LinkedIn audience network. There was a measurement issue we had to do quite a bit of digging for because if you go to the Adweek article that LinkedIn published, there is like zero information about what actually happened. It just says that this mis measurement applied to roughly 8% of LinkedIn Marketing Solutions customers, and for 66% of them, the impact was less than $25. So of course, LinkedIn is crediting that back, some of our clients were getting refunds in the $1,000s of dollars, which obviously made us really curious about what caused this. So in doing a little bit of digging, a source at LinkedIn responded that the effective timeframe is a little over two years, with a heavier impact occurring during the two months leading up to the discovery of the issue. If you want to calculate the impact, basically, you look at the total number of LinkedIn audience network clicks, and basically discount 1.21% of them for any date that was from June of 2021 to before that. This is the average impact that could be on some smaller campaigns. They said this is the average impact so some accounts could see a much smaller effect, and some could be higher. And the effect was higher here in May and June. It seems like every time an ad platform comes out and admits that they had some kind of a mistake, and they go to credit their advertisers, which I think is really awesome because they could just as easily just not tell anyone and let it go. But they do they more or less fess up to it. They give people refunds, which I think is super honorable, but then some jerk or some set of jerks. always end up suing them over it. So please, please, please do not join a class action lawsuit against LinkedIn Marketing Solutions. I would reserve those kinds of actions for companies who do terrible things to you and then don't admit it and you have to find it out yourself. Okay, that's it for the news. Then we've got a couple of reviews that came in one by the user wixfi. It says, "The authority and LinkedIn ads. AJ is a great voice on running LinkedIn campaigns and doesn't hold back. He gives strategic and tactical tips on how you run the ROI positive campaigns for your business." Wixfi, thank you so much for saying that. I really do try to not hold back and just share everything I know. And of course, our goal is always ROI. And then Betsy Hyndman, from Nashville wrote, "AJ is the real deal. Great podcast, super guy, very knowledgeable. I've learned a ton from AJ generously sharing his deep expertise." Betsy, I'm glad to call you a friend. Thanks so much for leaving such a kind review. All right for you right now who are listening. Yes, you! You're listening, you haven't left a review, please go do it. Honestly, it helps the show a lot. It's going to get more people to listen to the show. And plus, I get to shout you out and tell people how awesome you are for saying such awesome stuff about us. So here we go. But honestly, please go do leave a review, I would love to feature you. Okay, with that being said, let's hit it. We're getting right into the meat of the show today. So we're talking about matched audiences. And my favorite part about matched audiences are the list uploads. And so there are two different kinds of list uploads you can do one is a contact list, which you think of as maybe email matching, but I'll tell you why that's not, it's a little bit of a misnomer. And the next one is the company name list upload or the account list. Sometimes you'll hear it referred to as the ABM account targeting list. It's important to understand that with all of these list uploads, there are three things that you can do with it. You can either include that list in your targeting, just targeting those who are on your list. You can exclude those from your targeting. And then you can also use that to create a look alike audience. As long as you're listening to this since 2019, you've been able to do that. So let's touch on the the individuals the contact list upload, there are so many different uses that you can have for uploading a list of individuals. You can use this to target individuals who've joined your email list, that's pretty cool. You can use it to exclude your current customers from seeing your ads. How awesome is that, that you can avoid showing ads to someone and having them pay or you know, charge you, to click on your ads when they're already a customer. So lots of different uses. Now, it's a little known fact that you don't actually need an email address for targeting here, more info on that later. Then you've got the company name list upload. And this is, like I said in the intro, my favorite part of LinkedIn Ads in general. What this allows us to do is upload lists of accounts for inclusion or for exclusion. So inclusion would be like if I had a list of companies on my account based marketing list, and I wanted to fire out some ground cover across those audiences so that when they see our next ads, they're much more likely to interact. They're one of our target accounts, we want them. You can also do the same thing of uploading a list of let's say, your competitors, the competitors by company name, and then you could exclude that list from all of your campaigns. And now all of a sudden, your competitors have no idea what you're advertising, you're flying completely under the radar. That's pretty cool. You can also exclude your current customer list, the companies they work at, or how about you could include a list of all of the companies who've become a lead for your organization, but haven't yet closed. So this becomes kind of a lead acceleration or a sales acceleration type of campaign. Alright, so why is this feature so sexy? Why is it my favorite part of LinkedIn Ads? Well, here's the reason. This is the one feature that no other platform can touch. Facebook, they allowed us to target for a long time people's organizations and their job titles, but guess what, so few people on Facebook ended up putting their professional information in. Facebook is just not the place where you have that kind of data. And so even if Facebook released the ability to target by company in bulk, it would just give you access to such a small percent of the population, it just wouldn't even be worth it. But hey, everyone on LinkedIn tends to list the company they work for. That's kind of the point. Add that to the fact that when you're doing account based marketing targeting, you're targeting a much smaller population. And what that means is, it's not going to allow you to spend as much money. This is a downside for the larger advertisers. But for the smaller advertisers, this is something really powerful you can do and it doesn't take much budget budget. I firmly believe that every B2B company on the planet should be doing this, targeting their absolutely ideal accounts that they want to go after. And it doesn't cost very much, just a few bucks here and there to reach your absolutely ideal audience so they know who you are. That's pretty awesome. Also in the LinkedIn Ads support group on LinkedIn, Jennifer Karos asked this question. She said, "Hey, guys quick question, we uploaded a list with roughly 12,000 contacts. The system recognized about 6,000 of them, but it says it matched 85%. Do you know how this inconsistency could be?" And then Joanna from LinkedIn came in and said, "Hi, Jennifer. I'm Joanna. from our Product Marketing Team at LinkedIn, we see this when we find a match to multiple inputs. For example, if a personal and business email was provided, and we found a single member match to both records, you would see a higher match rate versus the member count." So to put that into perspective, if you upload a list with let's say, first name, last name, company, and title, if it found a match with the company name, and the title on, let's say, half of everyone, it could still say 100% match, but you'd only end up with half of the contacts in your list being represented in your targeting. This was absolutely news to me. So thank you, Joanna, for explaining this to us. We'll come back to this for sure. The next is, it's really important to understand when you upload a list of any kind, it goes through a processing stage. If you've uploaded one of these, you'll see the words "your audience is currently building and may take up to 48 hours or on rare occasion longer to start delivery". One thing I really like about this is you can attach an audience to a campaign even before it's finished building. And what's going to happen is as soon as it's done building, it will immediately start serving the ads. So you don't have to be watching for the status to change, and then go and launch your own ads. Okay, so LinkedIn says right there in their documentation, "It may take up to 48 hours, or on rare occasion longer for a list of process." I call bs on this, I have never ever seen a list to finish processing in under 48 hours. Most of the time it goes to 72 hours and beyond. There's obviously not much I can do. But that's pretty disappointing. I would love to see LinkedIn do something about that. Okay, here's a quick sponsor break. And then we'll dive into some research about what I found that gets lists to match at a higher rate. The LinkedIn Ads Show is proudly brought to you by B2Linked.com, the LinkedIn Ads experts. If the performance of your LinkedIn Ads is important to you B2Linked is the agency you'll want to work with. We've spent over $140 million dollars on LinkedIn Ads, and no one outperforms us on getting you the lowest cost per lead at the most scale. We're official LinkedIn partners, and you'll only deal with LinkedIn Ads experts from day one, Fill out the contact form on any page of B2linked.com to chat about your campaigns. We'd absolutely love to work with you. All right, let's jump into it. So I've been doing audience research now for years. And what I share with you this certainly isn't like a benchmark data by any means, but they should help you understand a little bit about how the matching algorithm works. So a couple years ago, when LinkedIn stopped including email addresses in our connections export, I exported all of my connections on LinkedIn without their email address, and then uploaded it to LinkedIn. This was so interesting, because it reported a 90 plus percent match rate, but then the resulting audience that it gave me was only a quarter of the size of my network. So that means there were a lot of those records matching on other things, but a whole bunch that matched on none, at least from what Joanna from LinkedIn shared. So then what I did is I uploaded a list of all of my followers, and this was just their first and last names. And I just wanted to see what it did. It matched it only 50%. But it did return about half the number of my followers. Because first and last names really aren't all that unique. I would not be surprised at all, if some of these were matching people who had the same name as my followers, but weren't actually the followers. I didn't actually advertise this audience. That would be, I don't know, I'm not very confident in that one. And then me and my team found out that you can get a much higher match rate by including in addition to first and last name, also job title and company name. By doing this, we ended up finding that we got a 90% plus match rate, which is awesome. And then just last week for fun, I uploaded my followers list again, my most updated one,, and I wanted to test two things. I included in both of them first name, last name, and company. But for the job title field, I wanted to see if LinkedIn pulled more from their actual job title in the experience section or if it was their headline. My hypothesis was actually that LinkedIn was going to pull more from their headline because more people use their headline I feel like, but boy was I wrong. When I use the headline as the job title, LinkedIn reported that it matched 85%. But it only matched just a little over 61% of the contacts that I uploaded. Okay, that's interesting 61%. Then I uploaded that same list, but with the job title field as the job title. LinkedIn reported this as matching at 90%, but it actually matched 75%. So that's 14 more percent of a match, just by using the job title field instead of the headline. That was really interesting to me. So the takeaway is here, the now what, when you go and upload individual lists, make sure you include first name, last name, job title, their actual job title would help, and their company name, that's going to help you get a much, much higher match rate. One thing you'll notice if you go in and export a list of connections from LinkedIn, if LinkedIn sees an @ in any other field, except for the email address field, it's going to fire off an error. So for instance, if someone has the @ in their headline, because they're saying, I'm the VP at this company, you're gonna have to get rid of that before the list will even validate to process. The way I do that is right inside of Excel, I just do a search and replace on every column except for email address, where I search for the app sign and replace it with nothing. Okay, I know the LinkedIn products team listens to the show. So I'm going to give you and everyone else here, my wish list for how LinkedIn can make their matched audiences product even better. The first is, like I mentioned before, faster processing. It really shouldn't take 72 hours to process lines of text, I would expect it to take that long, if there was a human in the background, like manually doing things in Excel before the list could be processed. That would make a lot more sense. If the list has 300,000 rows, which is the maximum, I could understand it going longer. But like I said, I've literally never seen any list finished processing under 72 hours. And most of the lists that we upload are in the 10,000 to 30,000 rows range so we're not maxing it out by any means. Something else I would absolutely love in the contact list. I want to be able to target by LinkedIn URL. Forget matching by first name, last name, company name, email, job title, if you have the LinkedIn URL for the person that you're going after, even better, I would much rather use that, it would match it 100%. Please LinkedIn give us that. Then back in 2017, when we got the matched audiences feature, I asked why LinkedIn just shows 90% or higher as a match rate for company names. Why can't they show us the actual if it's really 100%. And LinkedIn replied that it was because they were worried about privacy. Now I get it being a privacy issue, if you are showing an exact match for individuals for a contact list. But there is absolutely no privacy issue with company names and targeting. A company name is public. I just think that's totally a non issue here. So I would absolutely love it. If we got a real match rate for company match. Show us the exact percentage matched. Now recently, if you go into your your list uploads, there will be a tab for companies matched and companies not matched. And that's really cool. If I targeted let's say I was targeting IBM, and I typed in just the letters IBM, but LinkedIn was only going to match it if it was i dot b dot m dot, then if you go into that list, it will tell you that IBM did not match on your list. And that's pretty cool, you can fix it, but I just don't see why the general percentage match shouldn't reflect the exact match for company. And finally here, we've talked about this a little bit, but the match rate really should be based on the number of matches that occurred out of the total number of rows uploaded, I definitely shouldn't have LinkedIn reporting to me 85% match rate to do my own calculation and find out it's actually 61%. That one definitely seems like a product that was built by engineers, not advertisers, I would love to see that one fixed, or heck give us both metrics. Maybe one shows the number of rows that resulted in a match and another one that shows the strength of each match. That could be cool, but I'd want to see both. I don't want to just have the strength of the match shown to me instead of the raw number. Alright, I've got the episode resources coming right up for you. So stick around 25:01 Thank you for listening to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Hungry for more? AJ Wilcox, take it away. All right, first of all, there's that article that LinkedIn published about the LinkedIn Audience Network, and its measurement glitch. So I'll link to that it's on Adweek.com. Just be prepared, the article says absolutely nothing, but you're welcome to take a look at it. Also, if you're trying to learn LinkedIn Ads better or have a colleague or a coworker who is make sure to point them towards the LinkedIn Learning course that I'm the the author of. It just got a refresh early this year and we added about 25 extra minutes of content plus updating everything. It's really good. If I don't say so myself. If this is your first time listening to the show, thanks for tuning in. please do hit that subscribe button on whatever podcast player you're listening with. Please do rate the podcast and like I said before, it really helps the show if you review. That's exactly how you can repay me for dropping all this knowledge, those are knowledge bombs. Okay, so if you want to reach out to us, give us any ideas or any feedback for the show hit us up at podcast@B2Linked.com. And with that being said, we'll see you back here next week. I sure hope. We're working on more consistency here. I'm cheering you on in your LinkedIn Ads initiatives.
TWS News 1: Icky in a Suitcase – 00:35 Kitty-Oke – 2:44 Aftercast Promo – 8:29 Angela Johnson Being Sick – 11:21 TWS News 2: Early Christmas Shopping – 14:27 Tough Conversations with Your Kids – 17:17 TMI – 24:36 I Challenge Gavin Video Promote – 26:59 Unsolicited Parenting Advice – 28:44 Least of These: Molly Shannon's Lost Phone – 37:13 I Am They Gift for a Group – 39:29 CCU Contest – 46:12 #Wally #Angela Johnson #Christmas #Molly Shannon #I Am They You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
Wally equates us to Metallica, Betty is going on tour with I Am They, there was a new update on the Gabby Petito case, William Shatner is going to space, and Wally explains Total Axxess to Gavin. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
We welcome back podcaster/journalist Dave Schilling--check out his newest podcast Galaxy Brains--as we dig into the world of sports and hunger strikes! Homer learns his baseball team plans to move but no one believes him, so he risks his life on a hunger strike that convinces few people. All that plus the real-life history of the Albuquerque Isotopes and more in this zesty Southwestern blend of a podcast! Support this podcast and get dozens of bonus episodes by visiting Patreon.com/TalkingSimpsons and becoming a patron! Check out our new shirts on TeePublic! And please follow the new official Twitter, @TalkSimpsonsPod!
Back to the High Republic with a brand new audio drama: Tempest Runner by Cavan Scott. This twisty tale lays out the life of Nihil all-star, Lourna Dee. It's a little bit Solo, a little bit Orange is the New Black, and at times very, very confusing. Beth, Ryan, and Chad have a few questions about this project, the foremost being: "why?". Also, we break down our favorite (and least favorite) alien species from that wacky faraway galaxy we love so much. The Skywalker saga may be over, but there are enough books to keep Star Wars fans satisfied for years to come. Chad, Ryan, and Beth have started a series to keep you up to date on all the action. Join our book club as we run down the best that canon, legends, and comics have to offer. Music by Lester Dragstredt of http://www.themysterymenofsurf.com/ (The Mystery Men?) Be sure to join the https://www.facebook.com/groups/NeedlessThingsPodcast/ (Needless Things Podcast Facebook Group) and get in on the conversation for this week's episode! Let us know what you think! You can follow Needless Things on https://www.facebook.com/PHANT0MTR0UBLEMAKER (Facebook), https://twitter.com/PhantomTrblmkr (Twitter), and http://instagram.com/phantomtroublemaker (Instagram) for all the latest on pop culture! Hungry for more movies, music, and pop culture? Visit the https://www.oldneedlessthings.com/ (Needless Things Archives) for a decade of dorkery!
TWS News 1: Emergency Landing – 00:30 Crazy Lengths You Went to On a Diet – 3:31 TWS News 2: Finding a Lost Boy – 11:10 How Much Help is Too Much Help for Your Kids – 13:48 TWS News 3: Gen Zers and Coffee – 21:01 Old School – 24:00 Face Your Fears Day – 27:48 I Challenge Gavin: Mayo Coffee – 30:35 Least of These: I Hate Alabama – 34:33 Add It to the List: Women on Quarters – 37:15 Name It & Claim It: Booster Seat – 42:34 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
Wally ranted off the air, Lego is pushing gender neutral toys, Dr. Fauci says trick or treating is a go this year, Jim Gaffigan doesn't want to see the local sights on vacation, and Demi Lovato doesn't think aliens should be called aliens. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
Rachel and Melinda discuss “The Proposal,” (S1 Ep24). They're joined by Alan Dale, who you may know from Entourage, Lost, and Dynasty, but most likely, The OC, where he played Caleb Nichol. Hear how this New Zealand kiwi made his way to the US to expand his acting career where he's played several roles, many of them ending in a heart attack! Alan shares his favorite acting role, tells a story of a hair mishap the day they shot the famous booty call scene, and comments on why Caleb proposes to Julie. In The Proposal, which some refer to as “the episode that destroyed everything,” the hosts discuss how the gruesome twosome's union will change the lives of all characters on the show. Find out which storyline Rachel loved and the scene she couldn't stop laughing while shooting, plus, way more memories from this episode. The Proposal Synopsis: The Balboa Lighthouse is almost open but a major roadblock, the loss of their liquor license, stands to ruin it all. Luke is leaving Newport but first wants forgiveness from Marissa. When neither she nor Julie will talk to him, he drinks too much and nearly dies. Caleb proposes to Julie and to make her happy, strikes a deal with Marissa. Seth and Summer undergo a massive home repair project to make Marissa feel more at home at Jimmy's. Leave the OC, Bitches a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/ocbitches Please support our sponsors: Get Rachel and Melinda's favorite razor from Billie! Visit https://www.Mybillie.com/OC to get your starter kit for only $9 plus FREE shipping. Hungry? Grubhub to the rescue! Get a Free Delivery Perk on your first order from Panera of $15 or more. Order through the app or at https://www.Grubhub.com. Get beautiful salon-perfect nails at home with Olive & June! Visit https://www.OliveandJune.com/OC and use code OC for 20% off your first Mani System! Don't fall for subscription scams. Start canceling today at https://www.Truebill.com/OC. Follow https://www.instagram.com/rachelbilson & https://www.instagram.com/themelindaclarke on Instagram! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TWS News 1: Lost at Sea – 00:32 Questions Men Can't Ask Women – 2:25 New on Now – 8:22 TWS News 2: Free McDonalds for Teachers – 10:59 Boo Yay Your Weekend – 13:03 Monday School: Stressed Out – 19:01 TWS News 3: Raising Cane's Employees – 23:02 Advice to Someone Who's "Churched" Out – 25:42 Least of These: George Clooney Taking It Easy – 32:29 Great Googly Moogly – 34:33 Waldo's Update – 39:51 For King & Country and Stryper – 42:35 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
We recap our weekends, Betty did not get a puppy, we talk about going to different churches and how different denominations do things, Southwest cancelled one thousand weekend flights, and 20,000 people will be running the Boston Marathon this fall, You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
10/10/21 Living Stones Church - Ali'i Drive Our passion at Living Stones Church is to be the kind of church described in the Bible: A Culture of Faith. Together we love to actively pursue Spirit and Truth.
Host Yogi Roth chats with Oregon safety Verone McKinley III. They discuss McKinley's life in Texas, his views on leadership on and off of the field, his future aspirations outside of football and McKinley breaks down his 'It Factor." Plus, he recalls the first time he met Phil Knight. Come discover Verone McKinley III's 'It Factor' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth." You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 Insider. To watch, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information.Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive Produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
Mercury's retrograde has ended and we have arrived back in the norm. I feel like we haven't had the chance to just, catch up! So, let's dive into the past two weeks and everything that has been going on. Also, I may have experienced my MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT ever in the meantime. I'm excited to welcome back my cousin Thania, as she has some big new to share about her career. We chat about differences between men and women when negotiating pay, steps prior to leaving your job, and how you know when it's time to leave your job and more. In addition, we offer up the typical TMI portion of the show involving our bodies and how we're coping with our mid thirties so without further adieu, enjoy the show! THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS RITUAL > Get 10% off your first three months. at www.ritual.com/humble. MAGIC SPOON > Get $5.00 off your order at www.magicspoon.com/humble ZOCDOC > Download the app for free at www.zocdoc.com/humble DIPSEA STORIES > Get a free 30 day free trial at www.dipsea.com/humble CHAROLETTE'S WEB CBD > Get 15% off your order using the code HUMBLE at checkout at https://www.charlottesweb.com Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
All of us have a monster inside that emerges when we lose our connection to ourselves, others, and God. Whether it's being Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired. When unhealthy patterns go unchecked in our lives, it can feel like these monsters take control. This week, Paul introduces us to the topic of internal monsters and the meaning of being Hungry.
This week on The Bloom Files, Mike and Angela Bloom take a bite into the magic of The X-Files season 7. By popular demand, they go back to discuss "Hungry," an episode with a sympathetic antagonist and some very bad names. Then, we've got magic to do with "The Amazing Maleeni." The post The Bloom Files | The X-Files Season 7 Episodes 3 & 8: “Hungry” & “The Amazing Maleeni” appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Joining us this week are Tiago Fragoso and Andre Broa, creators of The Night is Grey - a point-and-click adventure thriller where a man fleeing for his life finds a lost girl in an abandoned lodge that cannot survive without his help. And there's wolves. Hungry hungry wolves. Wishlist The Night is Grey: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1281490/The_Night_is_Grey/ Whalestork Interactive Homepage: https://whalestork.com/ Whalestork Interactive Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhalestorkGames Please don't forget to rate us on Apple Podcasts! *************************************************************************************** Thank you for listening! Support us on Patreon. Follow on Twitter & Facebook. Please subscribe to our YouTube.
TWS News 1: Leaving Kids in Coach – 00:33 How Much is Too Much for a Dog – 3:27 TWS News 2: Taking on Debt – 12:18 Songs That Saved Your Life – 15:16 TWS News Paying Millennials to Move Out – 23:03 Pastor Appreciation – 25:54 Least of These: Adele's New Album – 37:12 Smarter Than a Jock – 39:31 Covid Toes – 45:40 Prayer Wall – 47:44 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
People are decorating halloween trees this year, we debate sea food, Barbara Corcoran made a fat joke about Whoopi Goldberg, we turn our biggest weaknesses into strengths, and weekend plans!!! You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
It's the Halloween season and time for Needless Things' spookiest episodes of the year! This panel was recorded LIVE at Dragon Con 2021 for the Horror Track! Listen in as Needless Things and friends discuss one of the most innovative and influential films in horror history! Be sure to join the Needless Things Podcast Facebook Group and get in on the conversation for this week's episode! Let us know what you think! “Procrastibate” by LeSexoflex.com Interstitial music provided by The Mystery Men? You can follow Phantom Troublemaker on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for all the latest on pop culture! Hungry for more movies, music, and pop culture? Visit the Needless Things Archives for a decade of dorkery!
Host: Wade Webster | Released Friday, October 8, 2021 This season on Ready to Worship we are considering the attitude that we are to have in worship. As you know, one of the requirements of true worship is that it be in spirit or with the right attitude (John 4:23-24). This season we will analyze […]
TWS News 1: Class Clown – 00:35 That Purchase You Can't Believe You Lived Without – 2:46 TWS News 2: Mental Health and Social Media – 9:02 A TV Show or Movie That Changed Your Behavior – 12:43 Annie F. Downs Aftercast Promo – 17:51 TWS News 3: Digital Clothing – 20:59 Word Cloud Lyrics Game – 24:13 Good News Giddy Up – 31:32 Least of These: Crazy Intervention Tweets – 35:12 Movie Title for Your Life – 37:16 CCU Promo – 42:19 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
Betty is distracted by puppies, LA is getting very restrictive with vaccines and what you're allowed to do, the UN just introduced the first malaria vaccine, the modern day mob is having issues with its young members because they text too much and aren't as loyal, Renee Zellweger is under fire for playing a bigger character in an upcoming movie, and we choose one drink that we would want for the rest of our lives. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
As a new season begins and our second season ends, get ready to “fall” in love. The arrival of autumn welcomes a medley of hearty roots, good gourds, and herbal farm harvests. From the OBX, Chris starts off with helpful advice on when to shop for pumpkins, butternut, acorn, and carnival squash. Then, she and Brooke spice it up with perfect fall pairings – chard with nutmeg, pears with star anise, and more. (02:21) Speaking of which, Brooke gives a rundown of our featured autumn recipe: Purée of Caramelized Onion and Sweet Potato Soup. Need we say more? The delicious, sage-infused dish is easy to make and only gets better when topped with crème fraîche and toasted pepitas. (03:44) Also known as pumpkin seeds, pepitas steal the show again! This Just Simply… Cuisine recipe building block never fails as a garnish for autumn and winter soups, veggies, pastas – or simply eaten by the handful. (07:12) Later, our co-hosts share some handy kitchen tricks, including a tip to fix soup that's too thick (try saying that three times!). (10:32) As the seasonal theme continues, the ladies break down the art of “concept cooking” and the fruits of this ingredient-based philosophy, seen through the eyes of their children. (14:07) Before breaking to give us more goodies in Season 3, Chris and Brooke reflect on their fun-filled weekend together playing “refrigerator roulette” in the JSC kitchen. Spoiler alert: it ends with a mighty frittata! (17:43) For recipes and more, including information about our cooking classes and monthly newsletter, Sage Advice, visit justsimplycuisine.com and follow us on Instagram. Many thanks to our sponsor: Bellucci
Sometimes on our journey to our goal, we tend to compare our path to others with similar dreams and aspirations. It's important to focus on your game plan, staying humble when succeeding and staying hungry to achieve more. Special guest Sabrina Southerland joins me to discuss her journey going from the collegiate level to the pro's while battling an unexpected injury at the worst time. We also discussed her special relationship with Chanelle Price on and off the track.Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Athlete/Sabrina-Southerland-347150602451040/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sabrinajemIf you'd like to support the show, you can find out how at: https://www.patreon.com/HeelStriker954Intro & Outro produced by https://www.fiverr.com/awwyeahBackground music: Chill Noons by Kroniclehttps://soundcloud.com/the-chemist-10/chill-noons
TWS News 1: Travel Life Hack – 00:30 Wally's College of TV Show Knowledge – 2:53 Name It & Claim It: Ivy Plant – 8:26 Good News Giddy Up – 11:44 TWS News 2: Kellogg Cereal Union – 14:54 Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone – 17:04 TMI – 24:15 What You Needed to Hear When You Were Bullied – 26:24 Annie F. Downs Interview Promo – 30:47 Least of These: Jamie Lee Curtis's Words of Advice – 33:50 Lyrics Word Cloud – 36:40 Old School: Third Day – 42:13 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
We have author and speaker Annie F. Downs join us to talk about her new book and create new inspirational quotes. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
TWS News 1: Early Black Friday – 00:32 5 Calls Calls It: Free Chicken – 2:54 Random Acts of Audio: Flirting with Office Lingo – 9:25 Name That Cat – 10:57 TWS News 2: Zuckerberg's Big Loss – 14:57 Are You Kidding Me: What Makes Your Teacher Great – 16:59 TWS News 3: World Teachers Day – 22:50 Neighborhood Decoration Situation – 24:54 TobyMac's New Song – 29:53 Least of These: Covid at Dancing with the Stars – 33:59 No Dumb Questions – 36:30 Good News Giddy Up – 40:59 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
We play an unaired call regarding Betty chicken situation, Southwest Airlines are mandating vaccines for its employees, a 2700 year old toilet was found in Jerusalem, Oprah keeps her friend circle super tight knit to three people, and we talk about what world populated by clones of ourselves would be like. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
Hello and welcome back! If you've been following along on Instagram then you know I'm really excited for my bad ass guest designers, Lucinda Pacé and Andrew Placer of Vanderpump Rules. On this episode we talk about the behind the scenes decorating drama of last season, what it's like working with Ariana and Tom, and more. Their combined years and client experiences make them the perfect experts to answer your questions, from establishing a budget, what color white should you use, and we hit hard after those designer do's and don'ts! If you don't want to end up with the tackiest decor on your walls this season, you won't want to miss this episode. Lastly, not sure if you've noticed but, I miss my original theme song music how about you? Good news though, we're having a song produced and custom made just for us! Coming soon so keep an ear out. Enjoy the show. THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS NATIVE PRODUCTS > Get 20% OFF your first purchase at www.nativedeo.com/humble or use promo code humble at checkout. RAYCON > Get 15% off your Raycon order at www.buyraycon.com/humble UPRISING FOOD > Get $10 OFF your starter bundle at www.uprisingfood.com/humble BETTER HELP > Get 10% off your first month at www.betterhelp.com/humble Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
God invented music! It's His thing — and I believe He wants us to access the power of music in our spirit, soul and body…especially in times that require comfort! The last two years have been massively challenging for all of us, in many different ways, and I believe today the Lord wants you to experience His comfort in a fresh way. Whether you've lost a loved one, are experiencing heartbreak or maybe are in a season of general disappointment and uncertainty, the Bible tells us (in 2 Corinthians 1:3) that God our Father is the God of ALL comfort. The Lord wants to comfort you in a way that only He can — and then move you to a place of experiencing His joy once again. Let's talk about the role of music in experiencing the Lord's comfort and joy today! And take heart, there are brighter days ahead. Hungry for more? We've got the table set for you. Visit thebasicswithbeth.com to binge the basics on your favorite platforms: podcasts, YouTube, online bible courses, books and more.
TWS News 1: More Grocery Shortages – 00:32 # Your Weekend – 2:37 Monday School: Fix My Eyes – 8:43 TWS News 2: Bereavement for Miscarriages – 11:58 Best Tippers – 14:45 Good News Giddy Up – 20:58 TWS News: Suing Couple – 24:38 Southwest Airlines Game – 27:03 Mind Blown – 31:00 Least of These: America's Got Talent Extreme – 35:12 Where's That At: TobyMac – 37:53 Christmas Shopping – 39:30 Scoop: Dryer Sheets – 41:53 Here's How Betty Hears the Show – 44:01 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
We are back!! Wally does an audio slideshow of his trip, there are no universal mask rules, Will Smith talks about his favorite and least favorite movies he's been in, and we talk about the nerdiest thing we're in to. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.
What do you do with dead leads? Do you realize you're leaving money on the table? Gavin Timms interviews Chris Craddock, who shares the benefits of partnering with realtors.Chris shares his secret to making the most out of a dead lead. When you're making offers on leads, there are some that are going to fit right into your wholesale deal. What about the rest? Someone is going to make money on that.If you've got a lead that is out of your buy capacity, this is where a realtor comes in. If you can partner with the right agent, you're getting that referral fee and making money that is otherwise untouched. Why wouldn't you do that? There is literally tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of dollars just being left on the table, when you're not working with realtors to get properties out of your wheelhouse bought and sold.Happy. Hungry. Humble. Smart. These are the 4 attributes you're looking for in the realtor you partner with. You're only as good as your team, so it's up to you to find the best.Making the most of your money doesn't stop there. Chris's business philosophy is to continue educating yourself and improving your business as a lifelong learner. You never know it all and you can always do better. Invest in the courses, the mastermind classes, the events, the coaching, whatever it is that is available to you, do it. You will see your business improve.There is infinite money out there to be made. Find people who are doing it better than you, and learn from them. You don't have to leave money on the table. You can turn those dead leads into serious, crazy profits!What's Inside:—How to monetize dead leads.—What does it look like to partner with a realtor?—The importance of self-improvement and education in business.—How to stop leaving money on the table.