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The Strategy Inside Everything
Leslie Short navigates uncharted waters

The Strategy Inside Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 48:17


My favorite projects are geographic ethnographies. Figuring out what makes the people on a certain section of the map act the way they do, and the opportunities that presents for a brand. With so much focus on internet culture, it’s intriguing to uncover the nuance of local communities, local attitudes, local preference that still exists. Sometimes. Weirdly, we have been discussing the end of monoculture for about a decade. I wrote about it in Specific. But we also talk about how globalization, and technology eating everything contribute to a certain sameness of thinking or familiarity from place to place. We’ve all got the same global shops, seen the same global content (anyone seen Squid Games?) and eaten at the same chain restaurants. Yet, wherever humans have a little space, you will find variation. Even if we’re all watching a hidden apartment be discovered in real-time on our For You Page, locally, we’re adding our own spin to it. “Locally” may mean geographically or may exist in our group chat. We are receiving more shared stimuli, but still processing them in different ways, yielding distinct responses. Identifying those processes and their potential outcomes is what makes communications strategy fun. Leslie Short does similar research in workplaces. She studies workplace dynamics and to identify how diversity, equity and inclusion can be better woven in–sometimes in places where it has never been considered. Her approach is practical, pragmatic. I was fortunate to speak with her and learn more about the questions she asks, and how she addresses some of the biggest challenges in this space. If you’d like a transcript of this episode, please let me know. Have any questions for me? Head over here or find me on Twitter. For more information on Leslie Short, visit The Cavu Group. Get full access to The Strategy Inside Everything at specific.substack.com/subscribe

Empowered Business
46: Simple Tips for Identifying Your Hiring Needs with Natalie Gingrich

Empowered Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 41:19


Have you heard the term virtual assistant? Online business manager? Operations assistant? Many are surprised to learn that professionals like this exist to help you run your business with ease, virtually.    If you are in need of help in your business but you just don't know where to look, this episode of the Empowered Business podcast is for you!    Natalie Gingrich is the founder of The Ops Authority, where she certifies and mentors women who leverage their natural skillset of operations and administration. She's driven to help women earn an income with ease while doing what comes most naturally to them.   She spent 15 years in corporate operations and leadership. Her professional life has been built around human resources, project management, process development, and people leadership. Natalie ended her corporate career as the Chief of Staff for a Fortune 150 CEO. With legacy being her driver, Natalie left corporate America in search of balance and matched her leadership and operational skills to create her own business.   Natalie has scaled dozens of online businesses to 7 and 8 figures, worked alongside industry icons, and developed diverse teams. She merged her corporate career with her entrepreneurial learnings to create the Director of Operations Certification Program, the only strategic operations certification for leaders.   There are four levels to a business. You have implementation, management, strategy, and vision. Listen in as Natalie tells us the difference between the types of people who can help you in each level and how hiring the right person can make a huge impact on your business. Resources Mentioned:  Follow The Ops Authority on Facebook Follow The Ops Authority on Instagram Visit The Ops Authority website Listen to the podcast   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at www.monicafroese.com/46

She is Extraordinary! Podcast
Ep 214: Identifying the Patterns Holding You Back & Overcoming Them

She is Extraordinary! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 14:22


Entrepreneurship is all about freedom.  Time freedom. Financial freedom. It's an exciting adventure of creating something impactful, out of nothing.  By God's grace. While that's true, I've discovered that every business owner has what I call not-so-good patterns. Specifically, patterns of avoidance, procrastination or outright denial as it relates to certain aspects of your business.  (No shame. We ALL have them.) In this episode, my prayer is to help you identify YOUR not-so-good patterns (including looking into WHY those patterns show up) so that you can work to overcome them. These patterns are holding you back.  So doing this work must be a priority.   Overcome your patterns so you can begin 2022 with nothing in the way of accelerated growth: growth for you as an Inc. 500-thinking CEO and growth for your business (while reclaiming your time as well) DM me (@judyweberco on all social platforms) YOUR not-so-good patterns and your plan to overcome them.   THANK YOU FOR BEING A LOYAL LISTENER! We had more downloads in November than we EVER had.  Thank you sister!(Be sure to SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss another episode.  If you haven't already done so, please leave a Rating & a Review...your feedback means the world to me.)   THANKS FOR TELLING OTHERS ABOUT THE PODCAST This podcast is lovingly curated for the Christian woman committed to serving others with her God-given gifts through business. Who do you know that needs to know this Podcast exists, just for them? (Share this podcast link to them...she will be forever grateful)   WANNA MAP OUT YOUR BEST YEAR YET in 2022? Watch my new  Masterclass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnhepkLxoE0    >> DOORS CLOSING SOON! - Founders' Round of the Joyful Scaling Mastermind  Wanna scale your business, with JOY & simplicity? (Yes, it IS possible to have both -AND- a highly profitable & super impactful business, without compromising your faith or your values) >Take this NEXT STEP to Apply today: bit.ly/JoyfulScalingConsult    >>Grab a copy of my brand NEW, 20-page resource: The Ultimate Scaling Guide: 4 Proven Strategies for Exponential Growth =>  https://www.judyweber.co    Join the Joyful Scaling for Female CEOs on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/joyfulscaling   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/judyweberco

Empowering Women in Real Estate - The Podcast with Karen Cooper
109: What to Do When You Don't Feel Like Doing Anything

Empowering Women in Real Estate - The Podcast with Karen Cooper

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 28:26


Are you in a season of struggle?   Me too, sister. Me too.   Today's episode of Empowering Women in Real Estate - The Podcast is for you. And me.   I've often said that real estate (entrepreneurship, really) is a lifestyle, not a job. It's not something that you can just turn on and off, clock in and out.   And so, when you are struggling in any area of your life, your business will be impacted, and vice versa. The quicker we acknowledge that, the better. It's one of the reasons I've always shared openly here personal struggles and challenges. Identifying ways to cope and solve those issues can be just as important as identifying new ways to market and prospect. It's all interconnected.   You can listen in to today's episode on iTunes or your favorite podcast app, or by clicking the link below to listen right within the blog post on our website.   Are you struggling right now? How can we help?   Thank you for listening! Click subscribe to be notified every Wednesday when our latest episode is released, and be sure to check out our group on Facebook. We are close to 30,000 members strong and we want you to join us!

Wizards of Amazon
#147-Strengths Based Leadership: Qualities of A Good Leader with Michael Pinkowski

Wizards of Amazon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 55:15


Identifying your strengths and the importance of strategically using them to your advantage will make you a better you and a better leader. Find out more about it on this episode with Michael Pinkowski. This episode is all about positivity and finding one's strengths whether for you or your people because knowing your own can help you know and appreciate others' and that is what strengths-based leadership is about. Strength-based leadership can also increase team productivity and engagement. Learn more about strength-based leadership and its advantages. Tune in!   In This Episode: [00:40] Welcoming Michael Pinkowski in the show. [01:43] What does it mean to lead with your strength? [05:10] Being than just an individual [06:10] What is strength and [08:00] Positivity [10:20] Using test tool to know your strengths. [16:30] Using your strength in different situations. [22:30] Can you be strategic with your strengths? [27:05] How will people take the test seriously? [32:10] How can you apply this in e-commerce business? [41:00] Investing in your people.   Guest Links and References: Email: michael@persimony.com / michael@pinkowski.com LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelpinkowski WEBSITE: https://parsimony.com/   Book References: The Manager by Mike Carson The Martian by Andy Weir Shoedog by Phil Knight The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown   Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/

CFO at Home
73. Financial Anxiety

CFO at Home

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 43:51


Michele Paiva is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Recovery Coach, and Certified Finance Educator with 30 years of experience in helping others to see their true value in order to springboard into a full, rich life. On this episode of CFO at Home, Michelle and Vince discuss financial anxiety, spending habits, the impact of money stories on your financial behavior, and more. Key Takeaways Financial Anxiety - Having an anxious/dysfunctional relationship with money; Identifying money as a part of ourselves Financial anxiety can occur in any ethnic/socioeconomic class Marginalized individuals have specific challenges when it comes to money  Black men, Asian woman make 20% less than White males The well-to-do can struggle based on a unhealthy  relationship with money (can never have enough money, etc) Our spending habits are often shaped by a need to “fit in” in your neighborhood, social group, etc Your money story is often your emotional story - As you begin to understand your self-value, your net worth often starts to improve Understanding your partner's money story It's often easier to see your partner's money story than your own Be compassionate; if you're struggling with some of your partner's behavior that relates back to their money story, they could very easily be struggling with aspects of your behavior as well Resources TheFinanceTherapist.com TheFinanceTherapist.com/books/ Ways to contact/follow: PaivaPsych - Instagram PaivaPsych - Tik Tok PaivaPsych - Facebook Contact the Host - vince@thecfoathome.com

The Yoga Health Coaching Podcast with Cate Stillman
How to Market Your Coaching: The Mission, The Message, The Customer Journey: Cate coaches Dr. Marie

The Yoga Health Coaching Podcast with Cate Stillman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 52:58


Podcast Intro: Dr. Marie Weitbrecht, experienced Yoga Health Coach and YHC Course Mentor, has produced her customer journey into small and large course options and is pleased with the product she offers her community.  Next on her agenda is to take a step back, look at the big picture of her business, and make revisions as necessary. On this mentoring call, Dr. Marie has questions on understanding who her course is for.  With her spiral niche recognized from her many years of Ph.D. study, she has a unique and deep journey to offer.  Listen in and get inspired as they troubleshoot what's next by designing a marketing experience that will help discover her community and grow it! What you'll get out of tuning in: How to design your mission, message, and customer journey. How to understand who your course is for. How to create and test marketing materials to build interest. How to grow your leads list. How to agitate through marketing to create readiness. Links/CTA: https://drmarieweitbrecht.com/ Tad Hargrave Niching Spiral video SNL Cinderella Glass Slipper Video Highlights: Cate explains Tad Hargraves description of Spiral Niching.  Maria explains the 4 basic rules from archetypal stories found in Ph.D. work.  Cate spells out the phases of the Marketing and Sales journey. Timestamps: [2.09] - Dr. Marie's business outline.  [6:26] - Her biggest question right now. [9:45] - Spiral niching [11:12] - Rules from archetypal stories.  [13:20] -Discovering recurring themes for marketing. [15:55] - Phases of marketing and sales [19:17] - Dr. Marie's 4 basic rules are found in Ph.D. work. [30:11] - Identifying traps in the marketing funnel. [33:15] - Examples of creating marketing materials. [37:20] - Agitating to create readiness. [39:25]- Ease of onboarding. [41:12] - Designing the experience. [43:31] - Growing your audience. [46:00] - Boss ladies in their feminine and masculine. Quotes: “I've uncovered the rules of mainstream culture by comparing the mainstream film to fairy tales and archetypes.”  “What experiences come when in the journey?” “What are the pain points costing you?” “Habits are so unsexy, whereas traps for power women, that's awesome!” “The thing with marketing is that they need to be constantly refreshed and updated, but then you build a repertoire or a library and then you can reuse the library.”

Manufacturers Alliance Podcast
Identifying High Potential Talent

Manufacturers Alliance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 34:37


In this episode, Kirby Sneen and Jody O'neil discuss how you define and identify high potential talent.  In today's job climate, we need people who can lead teams, grow businesses, and become next-generation company leaders. Consequently, we have to find the people who aspire to grow themselves develop teams and have a vision on how to do it. If you don't identify these people your prospects for future growth will be limited, leaving you, your customers, even your own team members wondering how you'll be successful in the future. Today's guest, Jody O'Neil, is a results-driven, business and customer-focused Human Resources professional. She is effective in operating in a changing environment while maximizing results. Jody holds a Master's of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota. She also holds several professional certifications in the HR field, the SPHR, SHRM-SCP and the Plan Sponsor Professional for retirement plans. In her spare time, she spends time with her family (including 4 grand kiddos) and on the lake with her “Pontoon Neighbors”, and also giving back by holding a seat on the board of directors for a local philanthropic women's organization called GIVING WoMN here in the Twin Cities. Jody joined the Bernard Group in June 2020 as their VP of Human Resources. She provides overall Human Resources leadership to the organization. She is a member of the Senior Management team and is responsible for driving human resources and talent management business practices and strategies that anticipate and support the changing needs of the organization and achievement of TBG's financial and operational objectives. To learn more about the online Strategic Leader Online Certification beginning in January 2022, visit us at www.mfrall.com/certifications

Lady Beta
How to Move the Needle Forward in Your Business w/ Limited Time

Lady Beta

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 40:02


In today's episode Chelsea shares a list of actionable ways you can move the needle forward in your business, even during the limited time of the holidays. She shares everything from strategy to shadow work, keeping track of rest, and how to harness inspirationChelsea dives into:*Playing with our mindset when it comes to time*Identifying your money making activities*Getting clear on a schedule that works for you*Trusting in yourself and surrendering to the process*Using times of inspiration to batch your content...and so much more!Join the Waitlist for Activate Six-Figure Mastermind: (https://ladybeta.ck.page/d89de1a9a2 )CONNECT WITH CHELSEA:IG: @ladybeta.coaching ( https://www.instagram.com/ladybeta.coaching/ ) Website: ladybetacoaching.com ( https://www.ladybetacoaching.com/ ) DISCOUNTS & OFFERINGS:- Sam Vander Wielen 5 Steps To Legally Grow & Potent Your Business ( https://www.samvanderwielen.com/legal-workshop/ )- Sam Vander Wielen The Ultimate Bundle ( https://www.samvanderwielen.com/the-ultimate-bundle/ )- Get 10% off Four Sigmatic products with the code LADYBETA- Beverages GALORE over at Organifi - use code “ladybeta” for 15% off any order!- Use code "LADYBETA" at checkout for 15% off at physivantage.com- Start + grow your online business to six-figures with a free 1-hour business ignitor masterclass HERE- Learn everything you need to know about brain rewiring and how you can start rewiring your own brain HERE

Programmatic Digest's podcast
62. Mental Advantage with Coach Bryn Dresher

Programmatic Digest's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 62:31


This week on the Programmatic Digest podcast, we welcomed Coach Bryn Drescher who is a  Mental Performance Coach & Motivational Speaker.  We did it a bit differently this week and focused on mental health and awareness.  Learning about Bryn's identity and character really gave us an intimate understanding of her decision to become the amazing mental performance coach she is today.  She specializes in working with Student-athletes and shared how her signature framework can be implemented in any industry and to anyone.  Bryn gives us some tips and advice on how not to let your mistakes define your career.  Join us in this conversation especially where she explained how to combat the new “B” word (#burnout)!Coach Bryn is changing the world with the most charismatic and contagious energy we've experienced! I know you will enjoy focusing on something outside of our “job” and that is absolutely within our control: being Mentally Advantageous!   Connect with: Bryn Dresher: LinkedIn Programmatic Digest: Shownotes | YouTube | LinkedIn | Instagram Helene Parker: Programmatic Meetup| Website | LinkedIn | Twitter    Time stamp: 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 02:32 - Guest Introduction 04:26 - What is a Mental Performance Coach? 06:33 - Who is Bryn Dresher? 12:25 - Implementing your Framework 20:17 - How to Make your Vision a Reality 24:07 - Don't Let Mistakes Define your Career 31:06 - Join the Programmatic Meetup 33:13 - Identifying and Tackling Burnout  45:22 - Last Remarks 1:01:27 - Podcast Outro

By Any Means Necessary
US Punishes South Africa For Identifying Omicron Variant

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 113:25


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Sputnik News journalist and correspondent Wyatt Reed to discuss the apparent victory of Xiomara Castro in the elections in Honduras, how Castro's election represents a potential turn away from neoliberalism and toward sovereignty under the shadow of the US empire, and the open attempts at manipulation of the election by the ruling party.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire to discuss deadly protests in Burkina Faso and Niger and their connections to US and French involvement in Western Africa, the jihadist violence that these powers claim to be fighting, how imperial and neocolonial powers have stoked the growth of Islamist groups and use that violence as a pretext for intervention, and the connections between imperialist meddling all across the African continent.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie discuss the International Day of Solidarity With The Palestinian People, the brutal and coercive natures of settler-colonialism and capitalism that attempts to suppress solidarity, and the importance of understanding struggles against settler-colonialism as connected.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Jon Jeter, award-winning journalist and foreign correspondent, radio and television producer, Bluesologist and Decolonizer, and author of the book “Flat Broke in the Free Market: How Globalization Fleeced Working People” to discuss the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant and how the interests of capital have contributed to the emergence of new variants, the racism inherent in the travel bans placed on southern African countries in reaction to South Africa's alerting of the world about the variant, the death of Virgil Abloh and the suffering that Black people face in all sectors of society, and the question of solidarity in the context of white supremacist capitalism.

The Paul McGuire Report
TPMR 11/29/21 | IDENTIFYING THE SUPERNATURAL | BEST OF PAUL McGUIRE

The Paul McGuire Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 106:00


Join Internationally Recognized Prophecy Expert, Minister, Speaker and Author, Paul McGuire as he analyzes current events through the lens of Bible Prophecy. Every Monday through Friday 4 - 6 PM Eastern Time. The Paul McGuire Report radio and television ministry is a ministry of faith and we are believing God each month to lay on the hearts of the listeners to support us if they are being blessed. We have asked, and are believing God, to touch the people of God, businesses and organizations to sow into this ministry that they also may be blessed! Your support enables us to stream Paul's messages from God's prophetic Word on Blog Talk Radio, PodBean, Brighteon.com, Odysee, Lbry.tv, YouTube, BitChute, SoundCloud, iTunes and various other podcast applications. With your help we are now broadcasting “The Paul McGuire Report” from our own TV and Production Studio on our Roku Channel as well as other channels as they become available. As we continue to trust in the Lord to build this ministry, HIS ministry, we believe He will lead us in the direction He would have us go. May the Lord bless you abundantly for responding to this call to action! Your gift makes it possible to continue our ministry work as together we share the Great Commission and point people to Jesus Christ. God works through your generous gifts to take the good news of Jesus Christ to millions of people worldwide! You can donate immediately by clicking HERE! Thank you for partnering with Paul McGuire Ministries sponsored by Paradise Mountain Church International! Your Brother in Christ Jesus, Paul McGuire WWW.PAULMcGUIRE.US Music by Joseph Charles © 2021 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

The Brave Marketer
The Decentralized Revolution and the Emergence of NFTs

The Brave Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 22:41


Jeremy Epstein, CMO at Gtmhub, shares how he's shaping the future of work by empowering companies to measure performance based on target outcomes (OKR method). He also dives deep into how the decentralized revolution and emergence of NFTs is impacting brands and marketers by shifting the power back to communities.  In this episode we also discuss: Considerations for NFT marketing and the utilization of decentralized technologies  Identifying and listening to your brand champions to create community Examples of how Dapper Labs delivers blockchain-based experiences and NFT digital collectibles via Crypto Kitties and collaborations with the NBA and Dr. Seuss How email marketing has changed and what it takes to be successful Guest Bio: Jeremy Epstein is the Chief Marketing Officer at Gtmhub, the world's leading SaaS provider enabling the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) goal-setting methodology. In December 2020, Gtmhub raised the largest Series B round in the history of the category ($30 million) and serves global brands like Société Générale, CNN, Adobe, Red Hat, and TomTom. Prior to Gtmhub, Jeremy was the VP/Marketing at Sprinklr which grew from a $20 million valuation and 30 people to $1.8 billion valuation and 1400 people during his 4-year tenure. Concurrently, Jeremy serves as the co-Chief Investment Officer of the Crypto Futura Fund, a thesis-driven hedge fund that identifies undervalued, high potential blockchain-based tokens in the emerging crypto asset class. The Fund returned 90% in 2020. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- About this Show: Brave is at the forefront of a new online privacy frontier and has unique insight into the future of marketing and advertising in a cookieless world. If you're an agency, brand marketer or entrepreneur challenged by the changes in ethical advertising, consumer privacy and buyer expectations, this podcast will provide a backstage view of how influential marketers at top brands and agencies are responding to what's next. Music by: Ari Dvorin Hosted by: Donny Dvorin

Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional
455. Gaurav Bhatnagar and Mark Minukas Discuss Their New Book, Unfear

Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 33:54


Gaurav was a consultant with McKinsey and a leader in their Organization Practice in North America. Before McKinsey, he worked in marketing for Pepsi Cola International and Procter & Gamble in Europe, the Middle East, and India, and he has counselled and coached hundreds of senior leaders as they lead their organizations through transformation, with a special focus on coaching them on personal mastery, difficult conversations, and strategic thinking. Mark is an engineer by training, he began his career as a Navy officer and member of the US Naval Construction Battalion. He is also a McKinsey alum and has worked across multiple industries, including financial services, high tech, biotech manufacturing, IT services, and governmental offices. Read more about their book at https://unfearbook.com/. Key points include: 05:24: Gaurav's work in cultural transformation 08:32: The art and science of achieving standing breakthrough results 13:27: Identifying and moving through fear 26:16: Freeing the angel in the stone Unleashed is produced by Umbrex, which has a mission of connecting independent management consultants with one another, creating opportunities for members to meet, build relationships, and share lessons learned. Learn more at www.umbrex.com.

Better Together with Maria Menounos
377. Identifying and Ending Toxic Friendships

Better Together with Maria Menounos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 38:54


On today's episode, Maria and Kelsey talk about some trouble they have had or are currently having with people they consider close friends. Maria gives Kelsey advice on how to handle her specific situation and also shares wisdom that will help anyone who has dealt with disappointment in friendships. We also talk about how to re-prioritize YOU and those closest to you. For anyone who struggled with toxic friends, this episode is for you. If this helped you in anyway, please like and comment. RESOURCES: Link to our episode with Shauna Niequist: https://youtu.be/pbbB-aSsA7E --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/better-together-w-maria/support

Business For Unicorns Podcast
Episode 102: Mark and Pete on Identifying Where You Need Help in Your Business

Business For Unicorns Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 14:06


Mark and Pete are back! In this episode, Mark and Pete talk about: Self-evaluation Planning  Asking for help Interested in working with BFU? Learn more below: businessforunicorns.com/business-coaching businessforunicorns.com/unicorn-society

Build a Better Agency Podcast
EP 321: How to use your money to make more money with Adam Carroll

Build a Better Agency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 44:48


Everyone wants to make and have more money but understanding all the available financial options and opportunities can be overwhelming. Many agency owners are juggling debt, income, personal and professional mortgages, and complex investment plans, most of which are managed by advice we were given by our parents when we were young. We've heard of ways to use our money to make money, but it all sounds a little impossible to believe. Adam Carroll is one of the nation's top financial educators and he is here to cut through the confusion and show how viable many of these options really are. Adam is a long-time friend of the Agency Management Institute, and this conversation is his third visit to the podcast and follows his well-received appearance at the Build A Better Agency Summit. In this episode of Build a Better Agency, Adam and I discuss a lot of the available tools and methodologies available for helping people reach financial security and freedom faster and in much bigger ways than might seem possible. We look at ways to double your money in 3 years, better understand the power of compound interest, and identify the different kinds of legacy. We talk about how we all need to start thinking about wealth differently by starting to ask ourselves bigger, different questions about our goals and dreams. A big thank you to our podcast's presenting sponsor, White Label IQ. They're an amazing resource for agencies who want to outsource their design, dev, or PPC work at wholesale prices. Check out their special offer (10 free hours!) for podcast listeners here. What You Will Learn in This Episode: Understanding the “Shred Method” for reducing debt How to double your money in 3-5 years Why it doesn't make sense to hold onto a long-term mortgage The power of compound interest Identifying the 4 kinds of legacy Equity planning How to start thinking differently about wealth The importance of joining a Mastermind

Revenue Collective Podcast
Ep 166: Identifying Startup IQ w/ Niels Martin Brochner, CEO Contractbook

Revenue Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 28:45


Ep 166: Identifying Startup IQ w/ Niels Martin Brochner, CEO Contractbook Part of the TGIM (Thank God It's Monday!) series hosted by Tom Alaimo.

The Hello Someday Podcast
Ep. 85: Identifying The Change You Want In Your life + Getting Unstuck

The Hello Someday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 62:23


How do you identify the changes you want in your life and move forward when you feel stuck?  What if you have a family you love, a good job and responsibilities that keep you busy and needed but you are thinking “there has to be more than this”?   What if you're comfortable enough, you don't want to rock the boat and (really) aren't actually sure what exactly needs to change? But you also feel like you should be happier and more fulfilled than you are right now. On this week's episode, I had the privilege of sitting down with Michael Anthony. He's the founder of Think Unbroken, a best selling author, award winning speaker, entrepreneur, coach, host of the Think Unbroken Podcast and an advocate for adult survivors of childhood trauma. He has helped over 1,000 survivors get out of the vortex and create a life where their trauma does not define them. Michael and I are diving deep into identifying the change you want in your life, how to get unstuck, and become the hero of your own story.  This episode will show you that life's circumstances, good or bad, do not dictate your future and how to get your power back. For full show notes and resources mentioned in this episode, head over to www.hellosomedaycoaching.com/85   Ready to drink less + live more? Join The Sobriety Starter Kit. It's the private, on-demand sober coaching course you need to break out of the drinking cycle - without white-knuckling it or hating the process. Grab the  Free 30-Day Guide To Quitting Drinking, 30 Tips For Your First Month Alcohol-Free   Connect with Casey Find out more about Casey and her coaching programs, head over to her website, www.hellosomedaycoaching.com

Hacks & Wonks
REBROADCAST: Conversation with Justice G. Helen Whitener

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:51


Justice G. Helen Whitener is a fascinating person. Her life story, her path to the Washington State Supreme Court, and her extensive experience in law in our state, and lived experience as a Black, immigrant, LGBT and disabled person is worth listening to and learning from. In this re-broadcast, Crystal and Justice Whitener get into why representation matters and the purpose of the law. A full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com.  Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii.   References Claiming your identity by understanding your self-worth, TEDxPortofSpain talk by Justice G. Helen Whitener: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57FMau29O_g&list=PL3vudArV4R9e5USALmWYa4v38zP_2nviP    Transcript Crystal Fincher: [00:00:00] Welcome to Hacks and Wonks. I'm your host, Crystal Fincher. On this show, we don't just talk politics and policy, but also how they affect our lives and shape our communities. As we dive into the backstories behind what we read in the news, we bring voices to the table that we don't hear from often enough. Well today on Hacks and Wonks, we are very thrilled to be speaking with Justice Helen Whitener today. And Justice Whitener currently serves on the Washington State Supreme Court. She was appointed this past April by overnor Inslee and is running to finish the term of her predecessor which is a term that will last two remaining years. So prior to this, Justice Whitener served as a judge on the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals for two years, followed by five years of service on the Pierce County Superior Court, beginning in 2015. Thank you so much for joining us Justice Whitener.  Justice Whitener: [00:01:04] Thank you so much for having me.  Crystal Fincher: [00:01:06] So I just wanted to start out and get an understanding of how - what your role was - what your path was to the State Supreme Court. How did you get there? What is your background?  Justice Whitener: [00:01:20] Well, my background is very varied. I started in law school, working for the Attorney General's office. I worked for the Department of Corrections, it was called back then. And then it became the Criminal Justice Division. From there, I got to Pierce County working for the Attorney General's office in their DSHS division, and I did dependencies and those types of cases out at Remann Hall here in Pierce County. By the time I graduated law school, I had 25 trials under my belt - and that's jury trials, because I also worked as a City of Tacoma prosecutor, Rule 9 prosecutor we call them - when you're in school and you're under the supervision of an attorney.  So by the time I graduated, I had over 25 trials under my belt. I then had a job waiting for me with the City of Tacoma prosecutor's office. But unfortunately there was a hiring freeze that year, so I had to find a job and I found one at the City of Olympia prosecutor's office, but it was a part-time job. So while I was working there - I stayed there for about six months - my supervisor there, who's now a judge in Thurston County, Kalo Wilcox - she had contacted the prosecutor out of Island County prosecutor's office on my behalf. I interviewed with him over the phone, got the job, and literally was driving from Renton, where I resided at the time, to Island County - two and a half hours each way. I decided that was too much, so I moved to Island County and I stayed there for a little over a year working at the prosecutor's office. While there, one of the attorneys I worked against in Pierce County - he was a public defender - contacted me and we were chatting and he said, Where are you? And I said, I'm out in Island County - I'm a prosecutor here. And he said, Are you interested in coming back to Pierce County? But I'd need to do public defense - I'd never done defense work, so I jumped at the opportunity. One, I wanted to come back where my roots were, and two - do defense work, public defense work. Came back, worked there for over two and a half years. I was doing a murder case with one of their top public defenders, Dino Sepe. And we were doing this murder case together. I was then recruited by the prosecutors we were up against - one is now a judge and he is - what is his name? It slips me right now, but it was against him and one of the top prosecutors there, Dawn Farina, and Jerry Costello - that's, that's who the judge is now, but he was a prosecutor then. And I actually went back to prosecution after that murder trial was completed, right here in Pierce County. So I've worked in Pierce County and it's really interesting, Crystal. I have been a prosecutor, a public defender, as well as a private defense counsel, but I've also been a judicial officer on all the trial level courts. So that's Municipal Court, District Court, and Superior Court. Because when I finished at the prosecutor's office - I stayed there for over two years, I believe - I then started my own firm and it was a solo practice for a few years. And then I took on two partners and it became Whitener Rainey Writt, and we handled Class A felonies - actually all levels of criminal matters, as well as some civil cases. And then we also had an appellate attorney. She was the writ in the practice and she was a law professor out of Seattle U Law School, who joined the practice. So I did that for eight years, but while I was doing that, I also pro-tem as a judge - and that is someone who sits in for a sitting judge when the judge takes leave. I was a pro-tem judge on the Municipal Court here in Tacoma, the City of Tacoma Municipal Court, as well as the Pierce County District Courts. So I have the unusual background of having been a prosecutor, defense attorney, and a judicial officer on all three trial level courts here. And then in 2015, the Governor appointed me to the Superior Court, as you've stated.  Crystal Fincher: [00:05:55] Well, and that varied experience seems unusual for any kind of justice related to State Supreme Court, the national Supreme Court. Is that unique to have that much and that varied type of experience, coming to the bench? And how do you think that makes a difference in your approach versus others?  Justice Whitener: [00:06:21] I think it is unique. You have judges and justices who have done one side, and you may have a judge -  I don't think we have any justices - that have done both sides. But what is truly unusual is to have done all three, on all three level trial level courts, which is what I have. And I think the unique perspective it gives me is I have a very intimate knowledge of the trial level courts and what the courts face on a daily basis, having gone through it on both sides, as well as sitting on the bench in those courts as well. And yes, it is unusual, but I think being an immigrant that's probably..  Crystal Fincher: [00:07:06]   Well, and it will probably do well right now just to - most people don't have a lot of exposure to the State Supreme Court or to a lot of courts - except for at the Supreme Court level, hearing that there was a major case decided - but they may only catch the headline and not know the details or understand what's really involved with being a justice. So what are you responsible for? What is the job of a justice like on a daily basis?  Justice Whitener: [00:07:36] Now I can answer that question, but I will preface it with this. My ascent to the Supreme Court is truly unusual because we're faced with COVID right now. And the pandemic has caused the workings of the court to be a little different. So when I got appointed, I got appointed in a virtual world. So I have not sat on the bench with my colleagues yet, yet I've sat through a term and I'm getting ready actually, we just started the second term. So I literally will be going through one year of being a Supreme Court justice, and never sat on the bench with my colleagues. We hold oral arguments in a virtual world. So my experience right now may be a little unusual and maybe very different than what is considered normal. But in regards to cases, we handle - just about any case comes to the Supreme Court, can come, is whether or not we accept it for review, it has to meet certain criteria. And I'll give you an example. If there is a decision on the law court, the court of appeals - the first intermediary court before you get to the Supreme Court - but it's the court between the trial court and the Supreme Court. If a case is heard in Division One - there are three divisions - and they come down with a decision one particular way. And then in Division Three, a very similar case with very similar issues comes before Division Three, and they come down a different way as far as interpreting the Supreme Court's decision that everyone should be following. Then the court will take that up because it's clear there's a conflict between how the court on the appellate level is interpreting a Supreme Court opinion. That's one very simple example. Another set of cases we hear are personal restraint petitions. In criminal matters, the defendant, after conviction, has a number of remedies available to him or her, but once they've exhausted all those remedies, they still have an opportunity to request a review by the Supreme Court. But then again, they have to meet certain criterias - it has to be done within a year on a number of those cases, if you're going to do a collateral attack of your underlying conviction. So that's another type of case that we hear, but we hear literally just about any type of case that can come before the court - is whether or not it is worthy of review. Is it going to have substantial public import or public interest? Is it going to affect a large section of the community that we are serving? Those types of things. Is it something that is worthy of review - is the easiest way to conceptualize what it is the Supreme Court will look at. So many cases come before us wanting review, but not many get review because they are not meeting the criteria that is necessary for review.  Crystal Fincher: [00:10:52] That makes sense and in those discussions, I'm assuming that there are discussions between you and the other justices, do your backgrounds - does your professional experience, lived experience inform how you process what is important, what may be significant, how something affects a lot of people. How do your experiences, and I guess, how do the justices themselves help inform what kinds of cases get chosen or the approach to that?  Justice Whitener: [00:11:32] So that's a wonderful question because yes, we get a number of cases, but judges and justices are human beings. We have our backgrounds that we bring to the table - not just our legal backgrounds - but our lived and lived, as you indicated, background. And when we sit and assess a case, we are doing that through our lens, whatever lens that is, we bring to the table. So, and that's your experiences as well. So being a Black woman may be relevant in some instance, depending on the case or the issue before the court. Being an immigrant may be relevant and it may be an experience others don't have - which in this case they don't, because I was born an immigrant. I was born in Trinidad and Tobago, so I am an immigrant. I'm not an immigrant descent. So my perspective may be a little different. LGBT - being someone who is not of the mainstream sexual orientation may my lens may be different from some of my colleagues . Identifying as disabled - depending on the case, I may be seeing it through accommodation eyes, whereas they may not because they don't have that experience. So I think our experiences, whether it's even on the Supreme Court or even on the lower trial level courts or the appellate courts, is relevant in regards to assessing cases that come before the court - because our experiences are different, which means the way a decision may impact a particular subset of the population may be relevant on a particular issue regarding the particular facts that come before the court. So I think it's extremely important.  What's wonderful about the Washington State Supreme Court is it is the most diverse court in the United States. When I joined, we became the most diverse court. I don't think it was just because I joined, but I think I had a little bit to do with it. So we have five white individuals - four of them women, one white male. That's unusual because normally the Supreme Court benches are heavily white male. Then we have one Latino male, one male of color. We have one Asian/Mexican 'cause she's biracial and Supreme Court justice. And she's also openly gay. So she brings that experience to the table. We then have one, and the only, Native American Supreme Court justice in the country. And then you get me, the first black female, the fourth immigrant born, the second LGBT, but the only black LGBT judge in the entire state. So the discussions that we have and the depth of the discussion and, and the amount of citizenry we can cover is amazing. And we really work through the cases, trying to make sure we don't leave anyone behind. And what's important as well too, is economics - none of us, or not all of us, were born with a golden spoon, or however they say it. We have gone through struggles, different types of struggles economically, at different points in our lives and some more recent than others. So that is also very important to the discussion because we always try to make sure that we're not leaving anyone out in the decision as much as we can. Because of course, sometimes you just can't cover everyone under the law. But the law was meant to embrace and cover all of its citizenry and that's something we really try to do. And I'm really proud of my colleagues when I got there and saw that's how they approach things. Crystal Fincher: [00:15:55] You're listening to Hacks and Wonks with your host Crystal Fincher on KVRU 105.7 FM. And I appreciate you talking about the composition of this court and the diversity of the court. And I watched the announcement of your appointment live - and a number of people I know did - and there were certainly lots of excited group chats and posts and you know, My goodness, I'm watching a Black woman be appointed and oh my goodness, a new LGBT member! Just excitement across the board. And I've seen similar excitement, like you talk about, having the only Native American justice in the country. And LGBTQ representation. And how important that is to people or why it feels meaningful - I think you talked about - it gives people hope that there will be - that the court will become more accessible, that the court will become more fair , that the law will serve and consider and account for more people, more types of people, the entire community, and ... Justice Whitener: [00:17:10] It builds the trust and confidence in the institution. Having representation at the table when these serious discussions and issues are being addressed, builds trust and confidence in the judiciary, in the legal system. I remember when I was a litigator walking into a courtroom and I'm the only Black person in the courtroom. Or I'm the only woman in the courtroom. Or my client is the only person of color. The jury pool not reflecting who we are. So it really builds confidence in the judiciary and in the decision. Not everybody is going to always get what they want. That is not what the law is about. But the law is about trying to bring well-reasoned decisions based in the law and taking into account real-life experiences so that the decision has useful meaning to its citizenry. That's truly important.  Crystal Fincher: [00:18:18] It's critically important. And so I guess, where do you feel like we're at right now in terms of everyone being served fairly and equally by the law, and what can be done to improve where we're at right now?  Justice Whitener: [00:18:39] Well, it's not working and it hasn't been working for years. And it probably won't work for everyone for a while. The hope - and that is the end goal - is to be the court or the legal system that truly encapsulates everyone. That is not the reality. And the Supreme Court, after the killing of George Floyd, put out a letter to the community. I don't know if you are aware of that and the letter.  Crystal Fincher: [00:19:17] I am aware of it. And it was - I know a lot of people were surprised and heartened by it. It was unique.  Justice Whitener: [00:19:25] Yes, it was. And it was well thought out, but what was really important for people to get from that letter - is that all nine justices signed it. Didn't have to - all nine justices signed it. And when we sign something, it says, We believe in it, we support it, and we're putting our badge, our signature, on it. And that is what I think resonated with everyone in the legal community of the judges in other states, who have been trying to get their judiciary to acknowledge, that there is an inequality in how people are treated in our legal system. And unfortunately it has taken recent incidences on our media - different mediums - for our population to see it. People have been saying it for years, but to have it be acknowledged in such a vivid way was shocking. And that is what the law is about - when you see something like that occurring, it is time for change, because it's a systemic issue that has not been resolved with whatever mechanisms we were using before. So now is the time - and the legal system has really jumped on this. I actually, to be honest, was surprised at how much the legal community jumped on this. Because they realize - those who did not work within the trial system, the trial level courts - I think they were surprised at some of the things that had been occurring in the trial level courts. And it is causing the legal system to take a hard look at itself because this is how one subset, and there are many subsets, but this is how one subset - Black people - have been treated in the legal system that has been validated for everyone to see. The question became, What are you going to do about it? You have a responsibility to act. This was not a time to be silent. This was not a time to be complacent. This was a time to act. And the court acted. Well, what we did not envision is the legal community was waiting for that and they are now acting. They're now assessing the system. And hopefully we will have some changes take place and it will not just be for Black people. When people try to make this a Black people thing, that is very disturbing to me. This is a people problem. Unfortunately, it took a Black man losing his life - and Black men and women losing their lives - and this being shown on such a high medium - social media click - oop, everybody's seeing it. It took that scenario to have change, or have the discussion occur. But any change that occurs is going to be helping everyone, because unfortunately Black people, we have been at the bottom of the bucket. So if you help us, you're only making it better for you. So that's the kind of change that I see happening. That's the change I've always wanted to see, even when I was a litigator, but I realize now, as I moved up in my profession, my voice became stronger because I've always been very vocal and visible. My voice became stronger and now I can actually participate in - at the big people table, so to speak. And not only just have a say, but have their ear, because it's one thing to sit at the table - and I've been at many tables where you're talking and ain't nobody hearing, or somebody takes what you just said, reconfigure it, and it sounds like it's just something that just came out of their mouth and you're sitting there going, Am I the only one seeing that they just kinda stole what I just said, but now they're hearing it, whereas when I said it, they weren't.  And that has happened to many women as we move up and we're in this room with a lot of men, unfortunately - that's what they like to do. That is changing, you know? So as I move up, I realize my voice is not just being heard anymore. They're actually listening and trying to understand - and I'm doing the same too. 'Cause I'm learning a lot about differences as well, because I'm - in an odd way, I've always tried to see similarities. So for me, this is unique because I'm now seeing differences. And I think that's a good thing for me.  Crystal Fincher: [00:24:41] Absolutely. And you're doing this - you talked about your - you are doing the work of justice right now. And also, you are running a campaign and you're going to be on the ballot in November. And so what's that like? And how is your campaign going?  Justice Whitener: [00:25:05] Well, running a campaign in a virtual world is different. I've ran one campaign before and that was 2012, but in 2020, in this virtual world, that's different. In 2015 I was up for election - I didn't get an opponent. 2016 - didn't get an opponent. I got out there and I connected with the community anyway, 'cause it's just something I like to do. But this year that's different and I'm having to reach out through Zoom and virtual platforms. And to be honest, that's the correct thing to do right now. It is just too deadly of a virus to take a chance, not just on myself and my family, but on others. So it's been difficult, but I'm connecting. And I'm connecting in a way that I've always connected, which is - if this is the platform, Justice Whitener, formerly Judge Whitener - I'm going to be there, we're going to chat, let's have a discussion. And I love talking about the law. This race is a little different, not just because it's the virtual world, but I have an opponent. Remember I didn't get one in 2015 or 2016, so that's different. What's unique as well is my opponent was recently sworn in as an attorney, just when I got appointed to the Supreme Court. So he has never practiced law as an attorney, which means he's never practiced law because to do so without being certified by the bar is illegal, so he has never practiced law. He just passed the bar - in April, he got sworn in - in February, I think he passed the bar. He graduated law school, I think, 20 years ago when I - I graduated in '98 - he graduated, I think in '99 and failed, and then decided to go into education. Why he decided to run now is anybody's guess, but our Constitution actually does not prohibit him from running. To run for an appellate level position, you have to have at least five years of being an attorney. For the Supreme Court, you don't. So it is very important to me, this election cycle, that I inform people of what could happen if I don't prevail. You could have someone sitting on the Supreme Court who has never practiced law, and that can make it rather difficult for the other individuals, but most importantly, what can happen to our law. And I'm very vested in the law - and to make sure that it's held in high esteem, that it should. So campaigning this year is a little different - that's an understatement.  Crystal Fincher: [00:27:58] Well, and it certainly is different. If people do want more information about you, they can head over to justicehelenwhitener.com and learn all about your campaign and read more about you. But you bring up a really interesting point about your opponent and that he hadn't practiced law, hadn't been a lawyer before this campaign, and the surprising bit of information that being a State Supreme Court justice actually does not require that, even though other levels do. And especially at a time right now when, I think a lot of people are looking at the people who we are electing and placing in positions of power, and looking at the difference between those who came with experience and a resumé that people were able to look at, and judge the value of similar work, and use that to inform how future work might be. And then looking at people who were elected, who did not have experience , and also seemed to make a decision out of the blue to run, and the consequences of that. That knowledge actually does count and experience actually does count. Lots of things can be knowledge and lots of things can be experience, but it is important to understand the role that you're taking. And so, having none is certainly at the very extreme of the end, but also, as you talked about in the beginning, you are actually on the other extreme - of lived experience and professional experience and the variety of experience , and how that is able to help you see more of the community, more of the impacts and effects of the law , and how important that is. Justice Whitener: [00:29:55] Yes, the law is very difficult. The intricacies of applying the law - it takes experience. If I had just gotten out of law school and tried for the Supreme Court and got onto the Supreme Court, I don't think I would be able to do the job, one. And even if I was to try to do the job, I would be a burden on the system because I would not be pulling my own weight. It really does take experience. It's like going to medical school or going - getting a pilots license - just because you have the license does not mean to say you can fly a commercial flight without an experienced pilot at your side. All professions have that learning curve to get to the highest position. So people can look at that and make whatever decision they like, but also think of the impact it can have on your life. Because most cases that are heard in the State come through the trial level court - family law cases, criminal cases, civil cases, and I've handled all of them - they're complex cases. Asbestos cases with 15 co-defendants - I've handled those. And then when those things go up to the high court for final resolution - because the lower courts may have made a mistake here or there, that's not something you learn overnight. That's not something you get in a textbook at law school either. It really comes from experience. So we'll see what happens in November.  Crystal Fincher: [00:31:45] Well, I appreciate the time that you've taken to speak with us today. I could listen to you forever, but unfortunately, we've come upon the time for this show today. So thank you so much for being willing to serve, thank you for all the work that you've done in the community and on the bench, even the virtual bench. And just am excited to see how this campaign unfolds and to see how this new term turns out. Thank you very much, Justice Whitener.  Justice Whitener: [00:32:14] Thank you, Crystal. Thank you for giving me the space where my voice can be heard. I appreciate you. Crystal Fincher: [00:32:26] Thank you for listening to Hacks and Wonks. Thank you to KVRU 105.7 FM in Seattle where we record this show. Our chief audio engineer is Maurice Jones Jr. And our producer is Lisl Stadler. If you want more Hacks and Wonks content, go to officialhacksandwonks.com, subscribe to Hacks and Wonks on your favorite podcatcher, or follow me on Twitter @finchfrii. Catch you on the other side.

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:50


In each episode of our What's trending in SEC comments series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance for the most common topical areas of the financial statements.This week we focus on segment reporting. Matt Sabatini and Reto Micheluzzi, PwC National Office partners, joined Heather Horn to break down some of the questions raised in these comments, giving you a deeper understanding of the SEC staff's expectations, as well as context and insights into the GAAP requirements.Topics include:1:49 - A refresher on segment disclosures. Matt and Reto set the stage with an overview of the disclosure rules. Reto updates listeners on the current FASB project that may change the current segment disclosure requirements.10:09 - What types of comments are companies getting? Matt and Reto discuss the main themes of recent comments. Common questions relate to how the company determined the Chief Operating Decision Maker, identified operating segments, and aggregated its operating segments to reportable segments, and the completeness of its entity-wide segment disclosures.15:19 - Identifying reportable segments. Matt gives an overview of comments that issuers have received about identifying reportable segments. Issuers typically receive more questions when identifying only one reportable segment. 17:12 - Entity wide disclosures. There are a number of entity-wide disclosures that must be made even when the entity identifies only one reportable segment. Matt and Heather discuss some tips for getting these right.20:19 - Aggregation of operating segments. Aggregating operating segments into a reportable segment is an area that requires significant judgment. Matt and Reto give some of the steps you can take to avoid common pitfalls.31:32 - Key takeaways and reminders. We close with helpful advice to address segment issues heading into year end. Heather tries to stump Matt and Reto with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous comment letter podcasts Revenue: What's trending in SEC comments, Goodwill: What's trending in SEC comments, and Inventory and cost of sales: What's trending in SEC commentsFinancial statement presentation guide: Chapter 25 segment reporting, including the flowchart for determining reportable segments in Chapter 25.3See our overview of SEC Comment Letter TrendsMatt Sabatini is a partner in PwC's National Office.Reto Micheluzzi is a partner in PwC's National Office with over 25 years of experience solving his clients' most complex accounting and financial reporting issues, creating a path through the dense regulatory framework and bodies of rules. He has a deep understanding of the demands associated with today's accounting complexities and potential SEC reporting issues, primarily related to M&A, consolidation, reorganizations, and income taxes.

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Food Safety Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 65:28


Mitzi Baum joined the team at Stop Foodborne Illness as the Chief Executive Officer in May 2019. Prior to beginning her tenure at Stop, Mitzi cultivated a 23-year career at Feeding America beginning as a network services representative rising to the senior level position of managing director of food safety. Mitzi holds a Master of Science in Food Safety and a certificate in Food Law from Michigan State University. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. Steve Mandernach is the executive director of the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO), which unites high-level regulatory officials, industry representatives, trade associations, academia, and consumer organizations. Prior to becoming executive director in 2018, Steve was the bureau chief for food and consumer safety at the Iowa Department of Inspections. He is a past president of AFDO and current co-chair of the Association's Laws and Regulations committee. He has a J.D. from Drake University Law School. Steve is also a member of Food Safety Magazine's Editorial Advisory Board. Jennifer Pierquet joined the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) in May 2019 as a Project Manager to oversee two support and maintenance contracts for 20 state inspection systems. Jenny leads the recall modernization project and Co-Chairs AFDO's Food Protection and Defense Committee. Formerly, she worked for the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals, Food and Consumer Safety Bureau as the Manufacturing Foods Regulatory Program Standards Coordinator and was involved in Iowa's Rapid Response Team. Prior to Iowa, she worked for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Jenny received a Master's in Public Health from the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health, and is a proud alumnus of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak with Mitzi, Steve, and Jennifer [17:41] about: How the recall process has worked for the last 20 years Some of the problems associated with how recalls are currently handled Identifying gaps in the recall process for consumers The complexity of recalls and recall fatigue STOP's working group and their recommendations to FDA AFDO's recommendations to FDA Are recalls happening fast enough – too fast? Priorities for change that could be implemented quickly Training Using consistent language between agencies Viewing recalls as urgent public health issues News Study Examines Role of Dust Particles in Transferring Pathogens to Produce FSIS Releases FY2020 Foodborne Illness Outbreak Investigations Summary Report FDA Releases New Food Fraud Website We Want to Hear from You! Please send us your questions and suggestions to podcast@foodsafetymagazine.com

Uncommon Couch
066: How to Use Mindfulness to Quiet Your Inner Critic with Cindy Tsai

Uncommon Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:44


Do you ever hear a voice in your head saying you aren't good enough? Or that things won't work out for you? That voice is your inner critic, and unfortunately, many of us have struggled with this voice for a long time. These voices keep us stuck in a state of fear, and they prevent us from becoming our best selves. But when you learn to quiet your inner critic, you can break the cycle of negative thoughts and make big moves, even when they're scary. In this episode, I talked with Cindy Tsai, a board-certified physician turned mindfulness teacher and life coach about the complex relationship between us and our inner critics. Cindy shared her own story of rethinking her career path, how to practice mindfulness when your inner critic speaks up, and three steps to quieting that negative voice in your head.   What you'll find in this episode: How a life crisis can inspire you to rethink your path Identifying your inner critic and understanding where it comes from How your inner critic often keeps you from being your best self The three steps to quieting your inner critic How you can practice mindfulness in all areas of your life Why it's so hard to break out of negative thought cycles Learning how to trust yourself and follow your own path   For full show notes, resources, and link, head to https://www.dralyssaadams.com/uncommon-couch-podcast   The Uncommon Couch is a show for trailblazing entrepreneurs and change makers who are ready to transform how they think about business growth. It's a place to explore the evolving edge of business and consciousness and to dive into the psychological and energetic side of entrepreneurship.  If you enjoyed this show, make sure to follow the podcast so you'll never miss an episode. Want to get to know me more? Find out more about me on my website at https://www.dralyssaadams.com or by following along on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/dralyssaadams!

Mises Media
Christopher Habig: How Understanding Subjective Value Will Revolutionize the Medical Care Industry

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


The field of medical care is so ripe for new entrepreneurial solutions. As is always the case, solution design begins with understanding subjective value, both for customers (patients) and providers (doctors) Christopher Habig of Freedom Healthworks (FreedomHealthworks.com) joins Economics For Business to explain how an Austrian, subjective-value focused approach is bringing market freedoms to medical care. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Step 1: Like many entrepreneurs, Chris Habig started a revolutionary business from a place of familiarity and existing knowledge. The so-called effectual process in entrepreneurship begins with two straightforward questions: what do I know and who do I know? Chris Habig grew up in a family where both parents are physicians. This vantage point gave him the opportunity to observe the critical doctor-patient relationship first hand, as well as the way in which modern bureaucratized medicine imposes obstacles and complexities that strangle the value generation potential of that relationship. Step 2: Assessing the subjective value gap. From his Austrian analytical perspective, Chris was able to identify the subjective value gap. For customers (patients) it is the loss of the positive feelings that they associate with the doctor-patient relationship. Chris summarizes them as advocacy, access and affordability: my doctor is on my side and looking out for me; my doctor is always available to me; I will not be excluded for economic reasons. These feelings are negated by bureaucratic medicine. There's a subjective value gap on the physician side, too. Research shows that doctors are stressed, and no longer find fulfilment in their work. Their mental health declines and there is an increasing rate of defection (leaving the industry) and even suicide. It's a sign of a dysfunctional system to exert such an effect on its human capacity. Step 3: Identifying the barriers to remove. Value generation often consists in the removal of barriers to the realization of the desired experience. Chris identified two major barriers: insurance and government. The current approach to medical insurance actually hampers the market for what customers truly desire, which is the positive feelings of the doctor-patient relationship. Now it's a patient-insurer relationship: will my visit / test / procedure be covered? Will there be a big bill in the mail? And, of course, the participation of government to enforce the current system through legislation and regulation perpetuates the barriers. Step 4: The entrepreneurial solution. The solution is to free the system from its constraints through entrepreneurship. The physician is the entrepreneur on the supply side. Via a new business model called Direct Primary Care (DPC), the physician-entrepreneur creates a new value proposition for customers. Access is provided via a subscription model, and this financial innovation enables the thriving of a practice composed of a small number of patients to whom the physician can devote more time per visit, more attention, and more personal and individualized care. The physician is networked into a web of complementary secondary and specialist services that can be orchestrated for the individual patient's need. All the associated business services are clustered around the DPC practice, and the physician does not need to be bound by a hospital system bureaucracy. The new financial model enables the customer to take charge of their medical expenses, paying cash for current needs and reserving insurance for catastrophic events, which is the way it should be used. Consumer prices are lowered throughout the system. Lives are improved on both sides of the doctor-patient relationship. Step 5: The support system for the entrepreneurial model. We live in an age in which distributed entrepreneurship can be embedded in an enabling system of digital infrastructure. Part of the innovation that Freedom Healthworks brings to the renaissance of the doctor-patient relationship is the platform on which the DPC business model can run. Chris has identified 158 steps for the set-up, operation, and maintenance of a DPC business model. These can all be hosted, enabled, and implemented on the physician's behalf. Finance, technology, operations, marketing, and vendor relationships can all be systematized and partially or fully automated. The doctor can focus on the relationship component of interacting with patients. Step 6: Scaling. Can entrepreneurs build out a fully-functioning cash-based direct care system to rival and ultimately replace the government-insurance company nexus? It's already happening. As each DPC practice proves itself, more entrepreneurial physicians will make the transition and momentum will build. DPC is an important example of the future of entrepreneurial economics. Additional Resources "Enabling A Direct Primary Care Practice" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_145_PDF1 "FreedomDoc Launch Process" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_145_PDF2 Healthcare Americana podcast: Mises.org/E4B_145_Pod Visit FreedomHealthworks.com and FreedomDoc.care

Interviews
Christopher Habig: How Understanding Subjective Value Will Revolutionize the Medical Care Industry

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


The field of medical care is so ripe for new entrepreneurial solutions. As is always the case, solution design begins with understanding subjective value, both for customers (patients) and providers (doctors) Christopher Habig of Freedom Healthworks (FreedomHealthworks.com) joins Economics For Business to explain how an Austrian, subjective-value focused approach is bringing market freedoms to medical care. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Step 1: Like many entrepreneurs, Chris Habig started a revolutionary business from a place of familiarity and existing knowledge. The so-called effectual process in entrepreneurship begins with two straightforward questions: what do I know and who do I know? Chris Habig grew up in a family where both parents are physicians. This vantage point gave him the opportunity to observe the critical doctor-patient relationship first hand, as well as the way in which modern bureaucratized medicine imposes obstacles and complexities that strangle the value generation potential of that relationship. Step 2: Assessing the subjective value gap. From his Austrian analytical perspective, Chris was able to identify the subjective value gap. For customers (patients) it is the loss of the positive feelings that they associate with the doctor-patient relationship. Chris summarizes them as advocacy, access and affordability: my doctor is on my side and looking out for me; my doctor is always available to me; I will not be excluded for economic reasons. These feelings are negated by bureaucratic medicine. There's a subjective value gap on the physician side, too. Research shows that doctors are stressed, and no longer find fulfilment in their work. Their mental health declines and there is an increasing rate of defection (leaving the industry) and even suicide. It's a sign of a dysfunctional system to exert such an effect on its human capacity. Step 3: Identifying the barriers to remove. Value generation often consists in the removal of barriers to the realization of the desired experience. Chris identified two major barriers: insurance and government. The current approach to medical insurance actually hampers the market for what customers truly desire, which is the positive feelings of the doctor-patient relationship. Now it's a patient-insurer relationship: will my visit / test / procedure be covered? Will there be a big bill in the mail? And, of course, the participation of government to enforce the current system through legislation and regulation perpetuates the barriers. Step 4: The entrepreneurial solution. The solution is to free the system from its constraints through entrepreneurship. The physician is the entrepreneur on the supply side. Via a new business model called Direct Primary Care (DPC), the physician-entrepreneur creates a new value proposition for customers. Access is provided via a subscription model, and this financial innovation enables the thriving of a practice composed of a small number of patients to whom the physician can devote more time per visit, more attention, and more personal and individualized care. The physician is networked into a web of complementary secondary and specialist services that can be orchestrated for the individual patient's need. All the associated business services are clustered around the DPC practice, and the physician does not need to be bound by a hospital system bureaucracy. The new financial model enables the customer to take charge of their medical expenses, paying cash for current needs and reserving insurance for catastrophic events, which is the way it should be used. Consumer prices are lowered throughout the system. Lives are improved on both sides of the doctor-patient relationship. Step 5: The support system for the entrepreneurial model. We live in an age in which distributed entrepreneurship can be embedded in an enabling system of digital infrastructure. Part of the innovation that Freedom Healthworks brings to the renaissance of the doctor-patient relationship is the platform on which the DPC business model can run. Chris has identified 158 steps for the set-up, operation, and maintenance of a DPC business model. These can all be hosted, enabled, and implemented on the physician's behalf. Finance, technology, operations, marketing, and vendor relationships can all be systematized and partially or fully automated. The doctor can focus on the relationship component of interacting with patients. Step 6: Scaling. Can entrepreneurs build out a fully-functioning cash-based direct care system to rival and ultimately replace the government-insurance company nexus? It's already happening. As each DPC practice proves itself, more entrepreneurial physicians will make the transition and momentum will build. DPC is an important example of the future of entrepreneurial economics. Additional Resources "Enabling A Direct Primary Care Practice" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_145_PDF1 "FreedomDoc Launch Process" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_145_PDF2 Healthcare Americana podcast: Mises.org/E4B_145_Pod Visit FreedomHealthworks.com and FreedomDoc.care

gone cold podcast - texas true crime
Sherri Ann Jarvis: Identifying Walker County Jane Doe

gone cold podcast - texas true crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 47:52


On November 1st, 1980, the body of a young female was found on the side of Interstate 45 near Huntsville in Walker County, Texas. For 41 years, this girl was unidentified and known as Walker County Jane Doe. It wasn't for the lack of investigative effort – the case had been revisited periodically over the years. Rather, the Jane Doe's identity remained unknown because the technology didn't exist until recently. When Walker County Sheriff's Detective Thomas Bean took up the case in 2015, even he had to wait for the right technology to come along. Finally, in July 2020, he connected with Othram Incorporated and on November 9th, 2021, Walker County Jane Doe was given back her rightful name, 14-year-old Sherri Ann Jarvis, and her family finally knew what happened to her. Though identifying Sherri is certainly an amazing feat and a step in the right direction, her killer remains at large, leaving her story still unresolved. If you have any information about who killed Sherri Ann Jarvis, please contact the Walker County Sheriff's Office at 936-435-2400......or Walker County Crime Stoppers at (936) 294-9494.Special thanks to Detective Thomas Bean of the Walker County Sheriff's Office and Othram's David Mittelman and Michael Vogen for helping us tell the story of Sherri's identification.You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don't have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comPlease consider donating to the Fort Worth Cold Case Support Group, a non-profit set up in hopes to fund the testing needed to give the families of Fort Worth murder victims justice. You can make an incredible impact on these folks' lives by donating. Please go to: https://haynow.appcapable.com/customerForm?paymentFormId=6169c6306671d56b5e215507&fbclid=IwAR2pnENlLwT7msIXDCF3Bot6fu0T4dLthEoMZOe4QFhDb8JClEv9KORAkv0You can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastThe Houston Chronicle, The Mercury Press, Texas Monthly, the Huntsville Item, and the Twin Cities Pioneer Press were used as additional sources for this episode.#JusticeForSherriAnnJarvis #WalkerCountyJaneDoe #WalkerCountyTX #Texas #TX #TexasTrueCrime #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #ColdCase #JaneDoe #UnsolvedMurder #Homicide #UnsolvedMysteries #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast

Reveal: The Revenue Intelligence Podcast
Recruiting and retaining sales leaders with Jason Andrew, CRO, BMC Software

Reveal: The Revenue Intelligence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 37:02


How do you identify high-performing sales professionals? Jason Andrew, Chief Revenue Officer at BMC Software, shares his tried-and-true insights.His advice boils down to problem solving. It sounds simple but healing root causes (rather than symptoms) is key to success in sales leadership. Listen to hear more about why talent acquisition is so important and how you can retain your top people. Key Takeaways:07:39 - 10:26 Lessons from experience - What Jason wish he knew when starting at BMC12:26 - 13:18 Data Breakout: Sales employee turnover rate13:20 - 16:35 How to keep employees engaged long-term21:14 - 24:59 Identifying the right people for first-time leadership/seniority roles35:46 - 36:42 Micro Action: Giving people opportunities to growWant to explore Revenue Intelligence for your org? It starts here: https://www.gong.io/revenue-intelligence/Connect with Devin Reed: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devinreed/Connect with Sheena Badani: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheenabadani/Connect with Jason Andrew: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonwandrew/

Sporting Dog Talk
Episode 149: Kristin Best- Identifying & Addressing Puppy Avoidance Behaviors

Sporting Dog Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 70:41


Best Retrievers - Instagram - FacebookBest Retrievers Whelping ServiceEpisode 75: Kristin Best- Developing Puppy Trust & Identifying Avoidance BehaviorsPick The Perfect Puppy- 5 Things To Look For Starting Your Puppy the Right WayResearchers Say These are the 5 Love Languages Your Dog Uses What's Your Dog's Love Language?Bird Dog TeamworkAvoiding New Puppy BurnoutTraining Tips for Your Distracted Duck Dog

Daily Parsha Aliya With Rav Reuven Taragin
Vayeshev- Identifying Israeli (2:49- Eretz Yisrael)

Daily Parsha Aliya With Rav Reuven Taragin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:15


Vayeshev- Identifying Israeli (2:49- Eretz Yisrael)

The Positive Pants Podcast
How Do You Treat Yourself On The Down Days?

The Positive Pants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 7:53


Show note links: Freebies: Grab your FREE ‘Stressed To Success' meditation: https://bit.ly/stressedtosuccess  Book in a free discovery call: https://calendly.com/franexcell/20min Ways to work with me: The Mentorship 6 month programme: https://bit.ly/thementorship21 1:1: https://www.franexcell.com/private-coaching/ SOS! (Success Over Stress) Group Programme (Coming back in Q1 2022!) Positive Pants Toolkit Subscription (Coming soon! Join the waitlist https://bit.ly/PPToolkitwaitlist ) Products: Grab Your 365 day Gratitude Journal on Amazon:https://bit.ly/365daygratitude  Grab Your Positive Pants Firmly On Notebook:https://bit.ly/positivepantsonbook  Shop printables and meditations: https://www.franexcell.com/shop/  To sign up for The Positive Pants Planner Waitlist: https://bit.ly/pppimwaiting  Contact: Make sure you're following me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/imfranexcell/ and tag me into your key takeaways! Email me at hello@franexcell.com with any questions or take aways! For more, head over to: www.franexcell.com/ How Do You Treat Yourself On The Down Days?   How do you treat yourself on the down days?  The off days, the ones where you just feel like you're in a bit of a funk and you might not even be sure why.   This is actually a really important question and the answer is not to be underestimated.   The way you treat yourself and talk to yourself when you're feeling a way that you don't want to, or feel you ‘shouldn't' is key to so much.   It's easier to show ourselves compassion when we're having a good run of things.   It's easier to be nice to ourselves when we feel we're doing a good job.   But what about the days that you don't?   What do you tend to do?     What do you tend to think to yourself and say to yourself?   How does it make you feel?   We're always going to have days where things go wrong, or not the way we wanted them to.    We're always going to have days where people might let us down.   We're always going to have days where it feels a bit much, or we've worked ourselves too hard.   We're always going to have days where we may not have slept enough or our hormones may be running wild, or the moon is full or mercury is in retrograde...whatever it may be!   I used to be the queen of being nasty to myself in my own head.  And out loud.    I felt frustrated with myself.  I wished I was different. In all honesty I made myself a bit of a victim.  Even though it was absolutely of my own making.   But it didn't make me feel good.   It didn't help me get out of a funk.   The thing I didn't know back then was how it was creating more of the same.   How I was talking to myself was signalling to my brain to show me more evidence that it was true.   I bought into the idea that you ‘shouldn't' have bad days.  It's just an extension of so many peoples conditioning that we aren't supposed to ever feel down or feel our emotions and it's just so damaging.   We're human beings and there are natural ebbs and flows in our days, weeks, months and years.    Seasonal shifts that may have an effect.   Monthly cycles that may have an effect.   I'd LOVE for people to let go of the notion that working on yourself means you're never going to have a bad day.   If anyone tries to sell you that, run a mile!   It's about how you SEE those down days.   How you handle them.   How you treat yourself through them.   How long you allow them to last.   How you judge yourself for having them.   We've got to stop trying to live up to unrealistic expectations in all facets of our lives.  It's important that people are more honest with the realities of just being a human!    A down day is an opportunity.   It's an opportunity to appreciate the good ones and really recognise them for what they are.   It's an opportunity to practice gratitude, even when you're not feeling it!   It's an opportunity to listen to what your brain and your body are trying to communicate to you.   It's not about it being anything ‘wrong' with you.   It's about learning to listen.   It's about living with curiosity over judgement.   What might be going on for you right now?    Might you be doing something you don't really want to do?  Or could it be highlighting something to be healed or reframed?   Can you name the emotion? And can you hear any judgments coming through about you having it?  How are you talking to yourself?   And what do you tend to do? What behaviour do you exhibit?  For me it was always lounging on the sofa with snacks.  Or it might be trying to ‘push through it'.  Maybe sitting at my desk trying to force myself to work and not getting very far.  When actually what I needed to do was take a step back.   Now my steps are to listen, identify what might be going on and why, get curious, allow myself grace to be human.  Self compassion.  Identify and sit with the emotion. Go do something different. Understand my coping strategies (snapping at loved ones, going for junk food) so I'm aware and can consciously choose something different.   Self compassion is absolutely something that can be learned. But you won't get anywhere without awareness first.    Identifying your thoughts, your inner self talk, your behaviours. Don't let that stuff stay unconscious.   If your best friend was telling you they felt exactly the way you feel and were saying the things to themselves that you say to yourself...what would you tell them?   Can you extend that to yourself?   Fx

Exceptional Admins
E: 050 - Being a highly effective admin

Exceptional Admins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 46:41


SUMMARY:How you frame your mindset about your career impacts the path in which you will travel!INTENTION:To bring forward for the listeners thoughts and ideas on how to stay positive (and happy) in your admin career.EXCERPT:"Identifying strategies to best approach your work load!"  -  KellieRESOURCES:Discover: WebsiteOutreach: LinkedIn CommunityResource: Tafari TravelContent: Franklin CoveyConnect: Instagram

The TruthSeekah Podcast
Overcoming and Identifying Religious Spirits - Gothic Mystic

The TruthSeekah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 74:16


Have you dealt with the religious spirit? In this episode of The TruthSeekah Podcast, Joshua Fluman aka The Gothic Mystic joins TruthSeekah as they speak about how to overcome and identify the religious spirit.The adversary has the church in such a tight headlock, that he has us fighting amongst ourselves about “doctrine” and the simplest of biblical scripture. He has us split into thousands of different “denominations” and freak out at the simplest inkling of resistance that people perceive in our lives, and people instantly blame him. Anything that doesn't agree with our current “doctrine”, people instantly throw it away without thinking on it and testing to see if it agrees with scripture. We've lost the focus and ideal of focusing on God, allowing the Holy Spirit to teach us things that people don't know yet. This book focuses on revealing many of the manifestations of the religious spirit that has made its way into not just the church, but also the world. From the widely recognized “Holier Than Thou” mentality to the aspect of how the church shows false love to itself and the world without even knowing it. The author does his best to reveal all of these manifestations and details what is needed in order to get past and overcome this spirit. – The Gothic MysticThe Gothic Mystic's Site: http://www.thegothicmystic.com/Gothic Mystic's Book: Legalism: The Manifestations of Religious Spirit https://amzn.to/3HHlNqqTruthSeekah's Book Spirit Realm: Angels Demons, Spirits and the Sovereignty of God (Foreword by Jordan Maxwell) https://amzn.to/31g9ydRTruthSeekahs Guided Meditation | The Throneroom Visualization https://www.TruthSeekah.com/MeditationsHelp Keep The TruthSeekah Podcast On The Air!⭐️ Become A Patron And Support TruthSeekah

The
How Intention Shapes Reality | The Pysh Series | Episode 5 | WiM076

The "What is Money?" Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 60:54


Preston Pysh joins me for a multi-episode conversation exploring two books: 1) The Brain by David Eagleman, and 2) The Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav.Be sure to check out NYDIG, one of the most important companies in Bitcoin: https://nydig.com/GUESTPreston's twitter: https://twitter.com/PrestonPyshPreston's podcast: https://www.theinvestorspodcast.com/PODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:OUTLINE00:00:00 “What is Money?” Intro00:00:08 Introduction to the “The Seat of the Soul”00:02:25 How Intention Shapes our Reality00:04:49 The Risks Associated with Providing Criticism00:10:51 Karmic Balance: Intentions and Incentives00:19:40 Creating Economic Abundance Through Open Energy Exchange00:21:18 Modern-Day Slave Labor00:24:09 Bitcoin is Karmic Money00:26:04 Intention: The Atonement of Cause and Effect00:29:28 NYDIG00:30:36 Intentions Create Karma00:34:06 The Blurry Line Between Good and Bad00:37:06 Identifying and Rectifying Mal-intent00:41:44 Taking Accountability of One's Own Self-Deception00:51:47 Radically Accepting Objective Criticism00:56:30 Central Banking as the Parasite that Distorts the Entire Network Dynamic00:58:16 “Courage is the Most Important Virtue”SOCIALBreedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22?lang=enAll My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22​WRITTEN WORKMedium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/WAYS TO CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=1784359925317632528The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=trueRECOMMENDED BUSINESSESWorldclass Bitcoin Financial Services: https://nydig.com/Join Me At Bitcoin 2022 (10% off if paying with fiat, or discount code BREEDLOVE for Bitcoin): https://www.tixr.com/groups/bitcoinconference/events/bitcoin-2022-26217Put your Bitcoin to work. Earn up to 6% interest back on Bitcoin with Tantra: https://bit.ly/3CFcOmgAutomatic Recurring Bitcoin Buying: https://www.swanbitcoin.com/breedlove/Buy Bitcoin in a Tax-Advantaged Account: https://www.daim.io/robert-breedlove/Home Delivered Organic Grass-Fed Beef (Spend $159+ for 4 lbs. free): https://truorganicbeef.com/discount/BREEDLOVE22

The Mutual Audio Network
Mutual Presents: MADCON 2021- Saturday 3: Identifying the Field(112121)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 92:25


Mutual Presents returns with our third outing on Saturday's MAD-CON virtual 2021 from July. This week it's the session was entitled "Identifying the Field" with Jeffrey Billard hosting for David Ault and included Ele Matelan, Michael Wilhelm, Larry Groebe, and Robert Arnold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

10x Talk
Identifying Strengths, and Telling The Truth with Joe Polish and Dan Sullivan - 10xTalk Episode #198

10x Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 16:29


The importance of telling the truth and its connection to freedom. If you'd like to join world-renowned Entrepreneurs at the next Genius Network Event or want to learn more about Genius Network, go to www.GeniusNetwork.com. Here's a glance at what you'll discover from Joe and Dan in this episode:  Letting go of the past Tell a story that people can relate to Identifying strengths Surrounding yourself with the right people Chase your DREAMS not your PAST

The CUInsight Experience
Jon Hernandez - Moving Forward (#124)

The CUInsight Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 47:50


“Let's give everybody an opportunity.” - Jon HernandezThank you for tuning in to episode 124 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by CUES. CUES is the leading talent development solutions provider to the credit union industry. CUES is happy to announce the return of its popular online certification programs from Cornell University. Get access to Ivy-League executive education without leaving your office. Learn more at cues.org/cornell.My guest on today's show is Jon Hernandez, President & CEO at CalCom, Mattel, and Nikkei & Mabuhay credit unions. In this episode, we discuss ideas around collaboration, strategy execution, complementary niche markets, and developing professional talent and teams. Originally, a teenage Jon set his eyes on being a stockbroker, but he entered the credit union space after he met a chairman of a credit union. Now, Jon is leading multiple credit union teams while taking care of communities that have unique service needs.Identifying and retaining good talent is a skill on its own. Jon is known by his peers for developing great talent within his teams that become strong contributors to the credit union space as a whole. In this episode, he explains his professional development style, and what he pays attention to when interacting with new talent. Much of his approach relies on a gut feeling, but challenging people and responding to their development as an individual are also an important part of the process.Jon believes credit unions can truly move forward if their teams don't get distracted by what's impossible. In our discussion, Jon takes time to share the details of a special credit union project. Jon explains why focus groups played a crucial role in his work segmenting membership type. By helping board members understand how their actions benefit the communities they represent, everyone has an opportunity to receive the best credit union services. Enjoy my conversation with Jon Hernandez!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Jon:Jon Hernandez, President & CEO at CalCom, Mattel, Nikkei & Mabuhay CUsjhernandez@calcomcu.org https://www.calcomcu.org/ https://www.mattelfcu.org/ https://www.nikkeicu.org/ https://www.nikkeicu.org/about-mabuhay LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram 

Shark Theory
Clean the Lens

Shark Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 9:02


I had someone recently informed me that they didn't know I was a "real author." Rather than defend myself or take it as a diss, I realized that person viewed my life through a fogged lens and it had nothing to do with me. In this episode, we'll discuss: Identifying the lens you view the world through Cleaning Your Own Lens A place of Understanding

Students of Mind
Identifying Gaps in Support for Families of the Terminally Ill & Immortalizing Loved One's Voices w/ Katie Dalmas of Beyond the Clouds

Students of Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 38:41


On this episode of Students of Mind our focus is grief.  Jayde is joined by Katie Dalmas, a youth worker, advocate, grieving loved one and founder of Beyond the Clouds, a service that aims to support the terminally ill and their loved ones. Katie shares her personal story of loss and grief, the gaps in support for people experiencing a loss she's discovered, and more! Get online counseling with Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/studentsofmindChildren's Grief Awareness Day ResourcesSupporting Someone Who's Grieving Caregiver ResourcesLarge List of Grief ResourcesConnect with Our GuestsFollow Katie and Beyond the Clouds:beyondthecloudsonline.comIG -@beyondthecloudsonlineBeyond the Clouds Podcast Connect with Students of Mindwww.studentsofmind.comIG: @studentsofmindFB: www.facebook.com/StudentsofMindPodcast/Host IG: @jaydembarberJohn Tyler (music): @johntylersounds

Anderson Business Advisors Podcast
Identifying Real Estate Potential with Jamil Damji

Anderson Business Advisors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 27:50


Do you know how to invest in real estate, evaluate property, and spot potential? Learn how to wholesale, invest, and change your life for the better. Once you can understand value, you can create enormous amounts of wealth. Today, Clint Coons of Anderson Business Advisors talks to Jamil Damji, an internationally known real estate investing/wholesaling expert, about identifying real estate potential. Jamil is known as the “Wholesale Genie” and hosts Triple Digit Flip on A&E. Also, Jamil is a co-founder of KeyGlee, the #1 wholesale company in the world with more than 180 current franchises. He teaches students around the world with his mentorship program, AstroFlipping, where students constantly crush their goals and find financial freedom. Highlights/Topics: Triple Digit Flip: Dives into and pulls back the curtain on real estate businesses KeyGlee: Nationwide wholesale operation that's franchised across the country How to Find Properties: Door knocking, driving around, and developing relationships Decision-Making Process: Break down reasons to wholesale or fix and flip properties Property Assets: Can people see where the value is? Can they be taught to do that?. Asset Classes: Working-class neighborhoods to luxury flips (value-add opportunities) Nationwide Buyers List: Nearly half a million people and growing every single day Inflation: Cost of living in a world (and specific locations) that is out of control Private Equity Companies: Unprecedented new form of demand in real estate market Cyclical Market: Interest rates, demand, and global socio-political things drive pressure Natural Human Behavior: People either jump into the market or relax out of the market Trends: Profit from buying properties for yourself and others that make huge profits Housing Piece: Need cash in an investment vehicle that's protected against inflation Patterns: Look for activity to determine whether to buy or sell property from somebody Skip Tracing: Available resources to find contact information for a homeowner or LLC How to Comp Properties: Don't take somebody's word on how much something is worth Common Criteria: When appraising houses - don't leave subdivision without viable comp Resources Jamil Damji on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqJP0mZNOSR9JiIRE02NxQ Jamil Damji on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jdamji/?hl=en Triple Digit Flip https://www.aetv.com/shows/triple-digit-flip KeyGlee https://www.keygleehomes.com/ AstroFlipping https://www.astroflipping.com/ How Buy Real Estate with Seller Finance with Pace Morby & Clint Coons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIVrrK1CL2s Breaking Down Wholesale Real Estate with Max Maxwell https://andersonadvisors.com/podcast/wholesale-real-estate-with-max-maxwell/ iBuyer https://ibuyer.com/ Clint Coons https://andersonadvisors.com/clint-coons/ Anderson Advisors https://andersonadvisors.com/ Anderson Advisors on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX5nh607M8hSBLiMB9MgbIQ

Add Passion and Stir
Visions of the Future: What Kids Want to See After the Pandemic

Add Passion and Stir

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 34:00


As we continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, No Kid Hungry is telling the stories of what children faced during the crisis - and the incredible people working to feed them. Working with local artists in cities across the country, NKH's Rebuilding campaign created a series of five micro-documentaries and murals in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Detroit, New York, and Washington, D.C. to showcase the stories of local children's thoughts and feelings about life during the pandemic and their hopes for the future into public works of art.In this episode of “Add Passion and Stir,” host Billy Shore and Share Our Strength's CMO, Pamela Taylor connect with Désirée Kelly, the artist that created the Rebuilding mural featured in Detroit, MI. Kelly, a Detroit-native known for her distinctive style of storytelling through portraits with a mixture of “street art” & traditional oil technique, describes the experience of sharing her community's story: “It meant so much to me being a Detroiter and representing the community...to finally have the voice to be able to speak for everyone visually.” Giving “voice” to the stories of those acutely impacted by COVID was an important consideration for the campaign. Taylor noted that NKH worked exclusively with artists of color to share the story of Black and Brown communities, “We wanted to uplift those that we knew had faced challenges in ways that had been exacerbated. Identifying artists of color to talk with the children and to hear their stories and who were part of their community...to have that connection was so important to us.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Sam Skelly Show
EP 221: THE 12 COPING STYLES AND THEIR ANTIDOTES WITH DR. SAM RADER

The Sam Skelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 48:51


In this episode, I spoke with Dr. Sam Rader, the creator of Source Code Psychology. We talked about the unconscious algorithms behind negative patterns and the coping mechanisms we create as children to survive. She has expertly grouped these “coping styles” into 12 categories, complete with an antidote, to help people heal and thrive as their true selves and help co-create "heaven on earth". Dr. Sam's book will debut in 2022 with Harper Wave Publishers. In this episode, Dr. Rader shares: Our personalities get shaped by how we are parented The 12 Coping Styles we adopt during childhood, which helped us then but hurt us now Identifying and healing these unhealthy unconscious patterns Get the Pause Breathwork App: https://pausebreathwork.com/app The Sam Skelly Show combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don't miss an episode!

Real World NP
Chronic care visits for new nurse practitioners

Real World NP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 13:32


Chronic care conditions are a big part of working in primary care, but they're also complex, time-consuming, and stressful to treat, especially for new nurse practitioners. So this week, we're going to do a walkthrough of how you can conduct these visits, but in a way that that feels timely, organized, and safe!In this video, I touch on the 4 most important steps to take in each chronic care visit:✅ Reconciling medications✅ Assessing the status of their condition✅ Identifying the red flags for the most common chronic care conditions in primary care✅ Determining the extent of specialist careStill feeling overwhelmed by chronic care visits? I've got you covered. We're launching a new chronic care course this fall that helps you get oriented with the most common chronic conditions you see in primary care: diabetes, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease (CKD). Join the waitlist at https://www.realworldnp.com/courses. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Psychology of Eating
In Session with Marc David: Allowing Discomfort: A Key to Transforming Emotional Eating

Psychology of Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:19


Allowing Discomfort: A Key to Transforming Emotional Eating https://psychologyofeating.online/ss/ Are you ready to transform your relationship with food in a lasting and meaningful way? What if you could help others find the path to greater freedom and joy with food as well?   Kelly has struggled with emotional eating since age 10. Now 56, she's happier than she's ever been - she's in a wonderful relationship and loves her life, except for the 30+ pounds that have crept up in the past few years. Eating psychology teacher and master coach Marc David helps Kelly understand the reasons behind her challenging relationship with food, and the guilt and shame she feels around food and body image. Watch this thought-provoking conversation as Kelly achieves an important breakthrough.   Key Insights: There's a massive stigma against emotional eating. We believe it's bad and that we're bad for engaging it. But humans are emotional creatures. Eating, by its very nature, is an emotional act. We're biologically wired to love food, it's built into our DNA. Part of the solution to emotional eating is to stop believing that loving food is wrong.  Another key reframe is emotional eating vs. being an emotional eater. The former is simply a behavior, it doesn't define who we are as a person. Identifying as an emotional eater puts us into a box, and once we're in that box, we have a big problem that needs solving.  What's true about emotional eating is that it's a symptom of a deeper issue, typically unrelated to issues with food. When we find ourselves reaching for food to distract or self-soothe, it's a good time to stop and ask, “What am I feeling right now? Am I really hungry? Is there something else that I'm needing?” Staying present and self-connected is vital. Find positive ways to do this such as walking the dog, talking to your partner, calling a friend, or listening to music. What's key is finding something that helps you stay connected with yourself. Learning to savor and truly relish the food we eat is important. Often when we have eating challenges, we'll rush and miss the pleasure that makes the experience of eating so wonderful. With his dual training in clinical nutrition and psychology, Marc David has spent the last 40 years helping people around the world heal their relationship with food. As the founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, he reaches millions each year through his books, speaking engagements, celebrated podcast series, and his internationally-acclaimed Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training.    Having your own challenges with food and body? Post your questions in the comments below or get in touch with us directly.   info@psychologyofeating.com   https://psychologyofeating.com/   #foodpsychology #eatingpsychology #nutritionexpert #weightloss #weightlossdiet #emotionaleating #overcomingperfectionism #bepresent #eatingchallenge #perfectionism #healthyweight #healthyweightloss #diettips #nutritiontips #healthylifestyle #healthcoach

At Last She Said It
Episode 069: But She's Got a Great Personality!

At Last She Said It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 57:48


We're all wired differently, and our personality has an impact on our experiences. Understanding the self we bring to church may help us better understand the experiences we have there. Identifying underlying differences can also help us manage our expectations in relationships, and can be an empathy tool for interacting with people around us. In this episode, Cynthia and Susan are joined by Jana Spangler for a talk about what makes individuals tick, and specific ways those differences may matter in our lives as Latter-day Saints.

Restaurant Unstoppable with Eric Cacciatore
844: Andy Little Chef at Josephine On 12th

Restaurant Unstoppable with Eric Cacciatore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 114:51


With excitement allow me to introduce to you today's guest, Chef Andy Little. Chef Little came to Nashville in 2013 by way of central Pennsylvania where he grew up on traditional Pennsylvania Dutch cooking. After realizing “orchestral musician” was not his career path, Little took up a server position to pay his way through school and discovered his love of the restaurant kitchen. Little graduated from the Culinary Institute of America and began his rising career in the industry first working under Patrick O'Connell at The Inn at Little Washington before a stint at Pennsylvania's Evermay-on-the-Delaware, which eventually led him back to his hometown to spearhead the fine dining restaurant at The Sheppard Mansion. Now a 2017 and 2018 James Beard Award semifinalist for Best Chef Southeast, Little helms the kitchen at popular restaurant Josephine, where Pennsylvania Dutch roots meet Southern hospitality for a distinct and thoughtful experience beloved by guests. Check out Atomic Habits by James Clear as mentioned in today's episode. Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Join Restaurant Unstoppable Network and connect with my past guest and a community of superfans. Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote or mantra: "A little bit better everyday." In today's episode with Andy Little we will discuss: Staring as a server Team environments in the kitchen Attending the C.I.A. Should you go to culinary school? Networking in the restaurant world Discipline Be unique within a specific standard Recipe execution - what makes the end result taste different? The Nashville food scene explosion in the early 2010s Seeking momentum markets Sharing a curated YouTube list with your team If you can't teach and inspire, you can't lead The interview process The desire to help your employees grow and leave your restaurant when they are ready Give your staff the tools and knowledge to be better than you Identifying when you are in over your head Branding Chasing success on social media Today's sponsor: Diageo Bar Academy equips bartenders, servers, managers, and hospitality professionals with the insights, stories, and tools to be better - raising the bar on industry standards. Diageo Bar Academy reaches a diverse audience, with backgrounds and skill levels of all ranges- providing them with skills, knowledge, and the techniques they need to improve their personal and professional lives. 7shifts is a modern labor management platform, designed by restaurateurs, for restaurateurs. Effectively labor management is more important than ever to ensure profitability and restaurant success. Trusted by over 400,000 restaurant professionals, 7shifts gives you the tools you need to streamline labor operations, communicate with your team, and retain your talent. Best of all 7shifts integrates with the POS and Payroll systems you already use and trust (like Toast!) turning labor into a competitive advantage for your business. Restaurant Unstoppable members get 3 months, absolutely free. MarginEdge is completely free for new customers until September. No setup fees. No integration fees. No commitment. Take your back office paperwork down to 2-3 minutes a day while creating real-time financial views to inform your path ahead. Knowledge bombs Which "it factor" habit, trait, or characteristic you believe most contributes to your success? Dogged persistence What is your biggest weakness? Dogged persistence What's one question you ask or thing you look for during an interview? Attitude AttitudeWhat's a current challenge? How are you dealing with it? Staffing Share one code of conduct or behavior you teach your team. Don't be an asshole What is one uncommon standard of service you teach your staff? Personal engagement on a human level; we don't just take orders What's one book we must read to become a better person or restaurant owner? The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson GET THIS BOOK FOR FREE AT AUDIBLE.COM  What's one thing you feel restaurateurs don't know well enough or do often enough? Clear perspective of what they want for themselves Name one service you've hired. Allen Benton Bacon What's one piece of technology you've adopted within your restaurant walls and how has it influence operations? iPhone If you got the news that you'd be leaving this world tomorrow and all memories of you, your work, and your restaurants would be lost with your departure with the exception of 3 pieces of wisdom you could leave behind for the good of humanity, what would they be? Try to get a little better every day be a good person Be yourself Contact info: Josephine On 12th website Josephine on Instagram: @josephineon12 Andy Little on Instagram: @chefandylittle Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining today! Have some feedback you'd like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for the Restaurant Unstoppable Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Huge thanks to Andy Little for joining me for another awesome episode. Until next time!   Restaurant Unstoppable is a free podcast. One of the ways I'm able to make it free is by earning a commission when sharing certain products with you. I've made it a core value to only share tools, resources, and services my guest mentors have recommend, first. If you're finding value in my podcast, please use my links!

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1683: The Difference Between Having Muscle & Being Strong, How to Correctly Perform a Seated Shoulder Press, Gaining Muscle Without Gaining Fat Vs. Losing Fat Without Losing Muscle & More

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 82:31


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about the difference between having muscle & being strong, whether the seated dumbbell shoulder press should be done at a slight incline or at 90 degrees, if it is harder for the average person to gain muscle without gaining fat or lose fat without losing muscle, and how to deal with weird looks when doing the mobility sessions in MAPS Performance. The many complexities of working with a team. (3:39) It's crazy how strong people can be. (10:50) What you can learn from the training techniques of old strongmen. (15:06) Identifying insecurities and how to work through them. (21:51) Wegovy, the latest blockbuster weight loss drug. (36:21) Are athletes taking parasites to remove fear and anxiety? (46:25) Will the Metaverse influence the real world? (49:28) Vuori is on a rocket ship! (52:27) How Rob Dyrdek is someone Adam would like to hang out with. (56:35) #Quah question #1 – Is there a difference between having muscle and being strong? (1:01:29) #Quah question #2 – Should the seated dumbbell shoulder press be done at a slight incline or at 90 degrees? (1:07:59) #Quah question #3 – In your opinion, is it harder for the average person to gain muscle without gaining fat or lose fat without losing muscle? (1:13:10) #Quah question #4 - How do you deal with the weird looks you get when doing the mobility sessions in MAPS Performance? (1:16:59) Related Links/Products Mentioned November Promotion: MAPS Anywhere and the Fit Mom Bundle – Both 50% off! **Promo code “NOVEMBER50” at checkout** Valentin Dikul Power Juggling in Circus 1985 How to Rip a Phonebook in Half (Awesome Party Trick!) - Mind Pump TV Your Next Five Moves: Master the Art of Business Strategy – Book by Patrick Bet-David Weekly injectable weight loss drug Wegovy is a huge hit and in short supply Toxoplasmosis - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Meta and Microsoft announce partnership to integrate Workplace and Teams Visit Vuori Clothing for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Vuori Gets $400 Million Investment From SoftBank How Rob Dyrdek Optimised His Time To Build A $400 Million Company Visit MASSZYMES by biOptimizers for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “MINDPUMP10” at checkout** One Arm Arnold Press- Improve Shoulder Mobility & Development – Mind Pump TV How To Do The Landmine Press - FREE Shoulder Growth Guide – Mind Pump TV Z Press to take Your Shoulder Development to the Next Level – Mind Pump TV MAPS Fitness Performance | Muscle Adaptation Programming System Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Serene Wilken (@mindful_axis)  Instagram Patrick Bet-David (@patrickbetdavid)  Instagram Rob Dyrdek (@robdyrdek)  Instagram Mike Salemi (@mike.salemi)  Instagram Jordan Syatt (@syattfitness)  Instagram Aaron Alexander (@alignpodcast)  Instagram