Low self esteem is something that holds you back from living a peaceful life. You focus on the negative and what you aren't doing and how you may be "less than" Low self esteem is a huge root cause to transactional relationships and fear of taking risks. To switch the narrative of the negative talk you have to focus on the things that you ARE good at. I promise you are good at something. Be ok with people not knowing your side of the story and realize that when people judge you, its a huge reflection of the person who is judging. Do NOT give the people who can only see it from their lens to control the vision of who you are. Join the Patreon here For all socials and services click here
Tricia Bland, owner of L.E.A.N. Consulting guides us on how to identify the right food portions so you can take care of yourself on business lunches, how to reach more people than with one-on-one sessions, how to invest in your business one piece of equipment at a time for maximum benefit, and...how do you come back from cancer...four times?
High five for Round 5 with Larry Levine! As Collin and Larry talked about keeping your word to build your reputation and brand, today, they will be talking about honesty and being true to yourself in selling. It's high time to stop identifying yourself with your company and start selling as your true self. Tune in and learn more in this latest episode of Sales Transformation!Power up your podcast experience by joining our Free Podcast Community!Are your Reps hitting their quotas this 2022? If not, then a Wingman Free Trial is what you need!HIGHLIGHTSBe honest, beyond anything elseInner work first, outer work followsPerception is realityStep away from the company and make yourself the centerQUOTESCollin: “People think their brand is something they need to create, and it's not. Your brand is who you are, who you really are.”Larry: “The toughest work that salespeople have to do, it's the work that many just choose to just push off to the side is the inner work.”Larry: “If you can really key in on the inner work, the outer work becomes so much easier, but that's the crap everybody wants to run away from.”Larry: “It's time to step away from your company. It's time to step away from your product. You got to become front and center because in my opinion, if they can't make it past you, you're dead in the frickin water.”Connect with Guest and learn more about what he's been working on!About LarrySelling From The Heart LinkedInSelling From The Heart WebsiteConnect with Collin and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to:About CollinAbout SalescastSalescast CommunitySales TransformationWanna kick off your own kick-ass podcast?Already have one? How about growing it, or even monetizing it?LET'S TALK.
In this episode of The Banking With Life Podcast, James and his good friend Mike Rivas pick back up where they left off in episode #133. They discuss Mike's early uncertainties and eventual moments of clarity when starting his policies. As always, we hope you enjoy and thank you for listening!Make sure to like and subscribe to join us weekly on the Banking With Life Podcast━━━Become a client! ➫ www.bankingwithlife.com/how-to-fast-t…ur-own-bankerBuy Nelson Nash's 6.5 hour Seminar on DVD here: ➫ www.bankingwithlife.com/product/the-5…ecorded-live/ (Call us at (817) 790-0405 or email us at email@example.com for a DISCOUNT CODE)Register for our free webinar to learn more about Infinite Banking... ➫ bankingwithlife.com/getting-s...━━━Implement the Infinite Banking Concept® with the Infinite Banking Starter Kit...The Starter Kit includes Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash and the Banking With Life DVD by James Neathery.It's the perfect primer for everyone interested in becoming their own banker.Buy your starter kit here: ➫ www.bankingwithlife.com/exclu...━━━Learn more about James Neathery here: ➫ bankingwithlife.com━━━Listen on your iPhone through iTunes: ➫ itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/b...Listen on your Android through Stitcher: ➫ www.stitcher.com/podcast/bank...Listen on Soundcloud: ➫ @banking-with-l...━━━Follow us on Facebook: ➳ www.facebook.com/jamescneathery/━━━Disclaimer:All content on this site is for informational purposes only. The content shared is not intended to be a substitute for consultation with the appropriate professional. Opinions expressed herein are solely those of James C. Neathery & Associates, Inc., unless otherwise specifically cited. The data that is presented is believed to be from reliable sources and no representations are made by James C. Neathery & Associates, Inc. as to another party's informational accuracy or completeness. All information or ideas provided should be discussed in detail with your Adviser, Financial Planner, Tax Consultant, Attorney, Investment Adviser or the appropriate professional prior to taking any action.
Are you struggling with finding purpose and passion in your life? In this episode, I sit down with Bob Hasson, author, consultant, and podcaster. Bob is committed to helping you find purpose and more joy in your work. Bob Hasson is both the founder and CEO of HPCI, a painting subcontractor he founded in 1978. For over 30 years, he has been a consultant and board member for churches, ministries, non-profits, and school boards. He has been married for 33 years to his wife, Lauren, and they have four children and two grandchildren. Listen in to learn more about: Why community is essential and how loneliness plays a significant role in anxiety and depression. Identifying our strengths and weaknesses to set us up for long-term success. Why we need to check in with ourselves and our relationships to see where we have been, where we are currently, and where we are headed. 4 key ideas to help us find our individual purpose. Resources: Bob Hanson Shortcuts Listen in here. Have a great week! Melissa
“We look for exceptional small and mid cap companies with the wherewithal to become exceptional large companies.” This is at the core of the investment philosophy of today's guest, Columbia Business School alum Amy Zhang. Amy is Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager of the Alger Small Cap Focus, Alger Mid Cap Focus, Alger Mid Cap 40, and Alger Small Cap Growth Strategies. She joined Alger in 2015 and has 27 years of investment experience, including over a decade at Brown Capital Management as a Partner, Managing Director, and Senior Portfolio Manager of its Brown Capital Small Company Strategy. Amy has received multiple accolades, including being named one of the "Best Female PMs to Invest with Now" by Morningstar in 2022 and one of the “Top 20 Female Portfolio Managers” by Citywire in 2021, 2019, and 2018. In this episode, Amy, Michael, and I discuss Amy's unconventional background and studies, why she made the move to managing small cap growth portfolios, how to think about small cap investments, the key metrics she looks for when assessing potential companies, her classification system of motorboats and sailboats, opportunities available in the current market, and so much more! For more information and disclosures please visit www.alger.com Key Topics: Reflections on the 2021/22 academic year (0:51) Welcome Amy to the show (1:26) How Amy found her way from studying math and physics to starting her investment career (2:44) How Amy's decision to apply to Columbia Business School (CBS) led to her first job in finance (5:43) Getting broad experiences after graduating from CBS (8:33) The valuable training and experiences Amy gained in her early career (10:24) Why Amy made the move to managing small cap growth portfolios (12:23) How Amy's investment philosophy has evolved (14:23) Alger's criteria for small cap (16:30) Getting a realistic perspective on the total addressable market (TAM) (19:10) Measuring the growth of intangibles inside a firm (23:53) Quantitative and qualitative metrics for assessing moats (25:12) Why management discussion is essential (26:51) Company classification: motorboats vs. sailboats (30:14) Why barriers to entry are more significant than first-mover advantage (32:15) Making the buy or sell decision (35:05) Assumptions that go into the margin of safety (37:37) Opportunities offered by the current market turmoil (41:42) Not all growth is created equal (45:57) How Amy thinks about portfolio construction in today's market (48:02) The importance of being benchmark agnostic (50:53) What worries and excites Amy most about the next few years in financial markets? (52:50) Amy's book recommendations (54:47) And much more! Mentioned in this Episode: Philip A. Fisher's Book | Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings Seth A. Klarman's Book | Margin of Safety: Risk-Averse Value Investing Strategies for the Thoughtful Investor Michael Mauboussin's Book | More Than You Know: Finding Financial Wisdom in Unconventional Places Scott Davis' Book | Lessons from the Titans: What Companies in the New Economy Can Learn from the Great Industrial Giants to Drive Sustainable Success Mark Robichaux's Book | Cable Cowboy: John Malone and the Rise of the Modern Cable Business Thanks for Listening! Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the Heilbrunn Center on social media on Instagram, LinkedIn, and more!
We talk to Dr. McMillan about the importance of staying student centered and how based on student voice, they have modified a period each day to create space for student choice. He shares about the impact that asking for input from students and staff can have on in building culture, and gives practical ways that they intentionally invest in staff culture at Chapman. Growing up in a home with parents who were educators, Dr. Andrew McMillan knew education was in his blood. Identifying education as his career path in third grade, Dr. McMillan is now an accomplished educator with seventeen years of experience including ten years of administrative experience in grades K-12. Known as a well-respected and collaborative team member, Dr. McMillan has a reputation for promoting fairness, integrity, and honesty, while maintaining a strong work ethic to motivate faculty, staff, and students to achieve their maximum potential within an ever-changing education environment. Dr. McMillan's core values are simple: love kids, be professional, and lead a school the community is proud of. Within those core values, Dr. McMillan fosters an environment at Chapman High School that supports the Profile of the SC Graduate, preparing students for life after high school in what he calls the 4 E's: serving their community as an Entrepreneur, Enrolled in a two or four year college or technical program, Enlisted in military service, or graduating as an Employable adult in a competitive, 21st century global economy. Named an Emerging Leader by the SCASCD, Dr. McMillan was also selected as the 2019 Outstanding Principal of the Year by the South Carolina Art Education Association. A firm believer in the importance of academics, arts, and athletics, Dr. McMillan currently serves as the South Carolina High School League Class AAA President. Additionally, under his leadership, Chapman High School was named a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School, recognized as an Exemplary High Performing School. Dr. McMillan and his wife, Dr. Shelly McMillan, have one son, Ellis, who is 3.
Adam Levitan co-owner of Establish The Run joins Theo, Dan & JD for 60 minutes of GOATness to make you a better fantasy player. We dive into what we should be doing with players facing suspensions & dealing with injuries, forecasting the upcoming season & identifying those league winners & players that will climb ADPs between now & Week 1. Smash that Like & give us a rating to help support the show.
Our guest Karen O'Donnell is a seasoned nurse and the founder of Caring Nurses Staffing Agency LLC. While Karen has always been passionate about nursing, she has also always had an entrepreneurial spirit, which eventually led her to starting her own staffing agency. Coming across information online about how to start a nursing agency, Karen began to slowly build her business and gain more independence as a business owner. Identifying as a nurse first, and entrepreneur second, Karen's business is focused on providing unparalleled care, all while giving nurses the flexibility they need to balance their work and personal lives. Viewing nursing as a calling, Karen is intentional about who she hires and searches for nurses who are in it for the long haul. She also has established long term relationships with her clients, gaining a reputation for reliability along the way. To learn more about Karen and Caring Nurses Staffing LLC, visit www.caringnursessa.com, or give Karen a call directly at (603) 305-0841. Don't Miss These Highlights: Karen's experience as a nurse & entrepreneur. Advertising Caring Nurses Staffing LLC. Finding “golden nugget” nurses. Building long-term relationships and offering reliable care.
Summer is in session but we're not taking off! Throughout the season, we'll be bringing back listeners' favorite episodes from past seasons and answering brand new Office Hours questions! Today's episode from season 2 (originally released at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic) features Cait Lockwood (formerly Caitlin Pyle), founder of Work-at-Home School and Proofread Anywhere, talking about how she went from being fired from a job to building a seven-figure company she could run from home. Listen to this great conversation about how you can build your own business without leaving the house—even if you're already retired. In this episode we'll talk about: Remote work and unemployment during and after the COVID-19 pandemic Cait's journey from being fired to building two businesses Discovering the viability of full-time freelance work What it takes to be entrepreneurial and create your own company Advice for someone looking to change careers or generate additional income The three-step system for success as a freelancer Identifying the lies we're programmed to believe that can keep us from reaching our full potential Breaking past the self-doubt that can hold you back and replacing them with truths Abundance mindset vs scarcity mindset Leveling up by identifying existing skills and learning new ones The importance of confidence in successfully launching as a freelancer Changing the way we see retirement and throwing out conventional idea of retirement The reality of fixed income and how you can un-fix it Thinking outside—or breaking out of—the box you're in to make more money and reach financial independence Inflation rate and how it affects retirees and seniors more than the rest of us The main things seniors spend money on – leisure, health care, education for grandkids, and scratch-off lotto tickets The investment of online courses for building new skills Millennials, participation trophies, and accepting failure as a lesson Vetting online courses and creators and filtering out scams Understanding affiliate marketing and how you can use it to make commission income Using social media and your existing networks for market research and finding clients Visit dontretiregraduate.com for a full transcript of this episode.
Secure your ticket to my Live Out Loud Live Event 2022! https://bit.ly/lolliveevent22 Join my Ignite Membership!! https://bit.ly/ignitelol22 APPLY NOW to work with me! https://bit.ly/LOLApply thefaithfreebie.com Join Brooke's mental wellness team: https://bit.ly/MyAmare Follow Brooke on Social Media www.brookethomas.com www.facebook.com/LiveOutLoudwithBrooke www.instagram.com/liveoutloudbrooke View Question Highlights and Full Show Notes! Do you know your worth? It's easy for us to discount how valuable we really are. To underestimate the value of our time and talent. But what if your qualities are worth a premium? Listen in as Eileen Wilder explains how to embrace the value of your unique gifts and share them with the world! In this episode, you'll learn about… [1:45] How the Bible started to come alive for Eileen when she became an entrepreneur [4:41] Solomon's role as a communicator to crowds, consultant to his contemporaries and king of continuity cashflow [13:56] How God gives you the desires of your heart [19:24] Unleashing the YOU 2.0 inside of you that you haven't met yet [22:07] Why thinking won't overcome fear, but ACTION will [28:42] Eileen's top strategies for growing your confidence [33:15] Why God wants us to be conscious of the authority we have on this earth [37:17] How high-ticket offerings allow you to serve clients at the highest level (and why low-ticket offerings actually do your clients a disservice) [43:00] Eileen's insight on the relationship between rest and abundance [44:32] Identifying the few moves that will get you to $1M and eliminating everything else [49:38] Eileen's challenge to DO IT NOW Show Notes Do you really know your worth? It's easy for us to discount how valuable we really are. To underestimate the value of our time and talent. But our unique gifts have real value and are meant to be shared with the world. So, how do we start to believe that our qualities are worth a premium? Former Pastor Eileen Wilder is a bestselling author, business coach and consultant who teaches people how to host extremely lucrative virtual events. She's been called the Queen of Stages, speaking with the likes of Russell Brunson and Tony Robbins. On this episode of The Live Out Loud Show, Eileen joins me to discuss how she made the transition from pastor to business coach and describe how she learned King Solomon's blueprint for wealth creation. Eileen explores why God wants us to be conscious of our authority and explains how high-ticket offerings allow us to serve our clients at the highest level. Listen in for insight on the relationship between rest and abundance—and take on Eileen's challenge to acknowledge the desires God placed on your heart and DO IT NOW. Connect With Eileen Eileen's Website Eileen on Instagram Eileen on LinkedIn Eileen on YouTube Eileen on Facebook The Confident Closer Podcast
“But what's it really like to launch a podcast?” You won't know until you do it! In this episode, I'm talking about the real impact of starting a podcast: from finding your confidence to speak as an expert to understanding your “why” for your business. I'm sharing my top resources to help you get started, and I'm explaining why now is the absolute best time to launch. What's in this episode: Identifying your “why” for launching your podcast How your podcast can help you find your confidence Finding the courage to take the first step The best resources for starting and maintaining your podcast Why now is the best time to launch your podcast For full show notes and a transcript of today's episode, head to wildhomepodcasting.com/podcast/079 Listen to the Summer Launch Series Are You Ready to Start a Podcast? Roadblocks That Hinder Getting Started Creating a Strategic Podcast For Your Business When Should You Launch Your Podcast? Where Do I start? Start your podcasting journey today! Grab your FREE Podcast Launch Pad at wildhomepodcasting.com/launchpad and connect with me on Instagram @wildhomepodcasting for podcasting insights and tips. Need support and accountability? Join my new Facebook group! See you in the next episode!
Learning how to communicate inside a new industry's culture can be a challenge after your military transition. Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Patrick Kirchner always aspired to use his voice to influence and persuade people ever since grade school. After 31 years of service and honing his craft as a voice talent while still serving in the Corps, Patrick now is the founder of Sound Attention where he offers voice-over services inside a variety of industries. He shares his journey in the Corps starting as an E-1 all the way to when he decided he would go after voice-over work. Impactful Moments of the Show: 4:00MM: Personal brand building. 8:00MM: How a retired Lt. Col of Marines never lost his voice and where to focus in the voice-over industry. 12:00MM: The power of getting personal brand feedback from your sphere of influence. 15:00MM: When he identified he had a sexy voice and how he invested in himself to improve. 20:00MM: A Lt. Colonel's perspective on his military transition. 23:00MM: What are Patrick's learned lessons in the voice-over industry. 28:00MM: What is his favorite industry to do voiceover work in. Connect and learn more about Lt. Col. Patrick Kirchner here: https://www.soundattention.com/ Show Sponsor: Ready to get the good times rolling this summer with the next great outdoor game? Check out https://rollors.com/ and at check out make sure to enter "discount code" avnetwork to receive FREE shipping.
Victims have been found with no identification documents at all and in one case a stolen ID. Remote villages lack phone service to reach family members and determine the whereabouts of missing migrants. Fingerprint data has to be shared and matched by different governments. Connie call in to discuss her newly minted win to serve as Representative of California's 22nd District. She also discusses how she is in charge of natural resources and vetrans comittees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I know that resilience applies to all areas of life, ESPECIALLY building a business. This week I brought my friend Caloni onto the show to share how to build and grown your brand and help you be recognized for your best work. Caloni Michelle is an internationally recognized authority in digital marketing and global branding. She is an international speaker and trainer, event host and global marketing and brand consultant. She has been interviewed on top podcasts with 50 million downloads. With 17 years of experience in digital marketing, Caloni has built noteworthy international brands and multi-channel marketing strategies for multi-million-dollar brands that have delivered revenue growth up to 400% and audience growth up to 1000%. As a dynamic leader of cross-functional teams, she has built top-performing international marketing teams in 5 countries. She is the founder and CMO of Brandstrom, a personal brand agency helping founders, CEO, consultants and thought leaders build, grow and market their personal brands online. Additionally, she brought the LinkedIn Local movement to Salt Lake City. She has worked with the U.S. federal government and received national recognition as a recipient of the U.S. Senate Award of Excellence and the Bank of America Social Achievement Award. In addition to a dynamic background in marketing, branding, business development and operations, she obtained a MBA degree from Penn State. She has been featured in Forbes, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS and 400+ other publications. As part of her ongoing commitment to growth, she has personally spent over $250,000 on professional and personal development. She's on a mission to help 1 million people build authority, increase revenue and impact millions by transforming their personal brands. In this episode Caloni shares the story of how she learned to value struggle on her way to success, how personal branding is essential to your career success, and her best tips for building a solid personal brand. Here's what you will learn: How important struggle can be to success (2:31) How the loss of Caloni's father taught her perseverance and resilience (8:45) Why different mentors can impact your mindset uniquely and the importance of being coachable (16:29) Identifying your target audience and how to discover your unique gift to the world (24:07) How our values relate to our brand (31:46) Why a consistency pays off and having a purpose greater than one's self inspires you to keep moving forward (38:16) What did you learn from this episode? Share on Instagram and tag me at @amberlylagomotivation and @calonimichelle so we can see! Follow Caloni: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website Links mentioned in this episode: Personal Branding If you are ready to leave your mark by discovering your message and sharing it with the world, you've come to the right place!! Let's work together to build your influence, your impact, and your income! Join the tribe you have been waiting for to activate your highest potential and live the life you deserve! Jump on the waitlist for the next "Unstoppable Life Mastermind!" JOIN NOW and let us know you are ready for greatness! Read the "True Grit and Grace" book here and learn how you can turn tragedy into triumph! Thank you for joining us on the True, Grit, & Grace Podcast! If you find value in today's episode, don't forget to share the show with your friends and tap that subscribe button so you don't miss an episode! You can also head over to amberlylago.com to join my newsletter and access free downloadable resources that can help you elevate your life, business, and relationships! Want to see the behind the scenes and keep the conversation going? Head over to Instagram @amberlylagomotivation! Audible @True-Grit-and-Grace-Audiobook Website @amberlylago.com Instagram @amberlylagomotivation Facebook @AmberlyLagoSpeaker
Joel Lindner is the owner of Studio Podiatry in Brisbane, Queensland, and he is an avid goal setter and has a passion for helping others achieve their potential. Joel spent five years as a professional tennis player on the ATP World Tour, transferring what he learned as a professional sports player to his podiatry career and business. If this episode does not inspire you, you must seek medical help. In this episode, we discuss: The many benefits of having a profitable podiatry business. Resilience, Disciple and Goal Setting Micro-goals leading to your macro-goals Dealing with failure. Get yourself back in the game mentally. Why dwelling on mistakes will not make you better. Identifying mistakes and making the required adjustments. Goals are based on your KEY PURPOSE. Aligning your team with the purpose of your business. Culture Fit. Your treatment outcome is more important to the patient than your chosen modality. If you want to connect with Joel, you will find him at Joel Linder on Linkedin, or you can email him at email@example.com. Final Tip You've got to find your intrinsic purpose. There will be ups and downs in your career, but you need to keep a level head, and you will work through any adversity. Business Coaching Have you decided to grow your podiatry business? If you have, let's talk. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; otherwise, look at my Mentoring page or go to my online calendar and schedule a FREE 30-minute Zoom meeting with me. ONLINE CALENDAR Youtube I upload all my educational and podcast videos to my Youtube channel, Tyson E Franklin - Podiatry Advisor & Mentor. Please SUBSCRIBE, and if you click on the bell icon, you'll be informed whenever a new video is uploaded. If you want to connect with like-minded, positive podiatrists, consider joining the Podiatry Business Owners Club on Facebook.
Deception is rampant in the business world today, says body-language expert Traci Brown. After suffering significant losses, meeting planners and suppliers are more apt to bend the truth or omit important information to seal a deal. In this discussion with Northstar's Loren Edelstein, Brown reveals the verbal and physical clues that subconsciously coincide with lying. Key topics addressed: Why lying is so prevalent today (1:45) How deception can take many forms, including lies of omission (3:15) The danger of “alternative facts,” bold-faced denials and “deep-fake video” (3:45) Why there's less transparency in hotel negotiations today (5:00) Clues that suggest someone is lying or holding back information (6:48) Why performance guarantees aren't effective (8:30) How communication is critical for avoiding and resolving problems (10:00) Identifying signs of deception in a phone call (10:50) Why you should trust your gut; believe it the first time and take action (12:20) How paying close attention is the most important way to spot deception (13:00) What to do or say when you suspect a problem (13:50) How to present yourself as authoritative and trustworthy in negotiations (14:35) A simple hand trick that will give you confidence (15:00) How confidence is reflected in your choice of words (16:55) Where to go for more information on reading body language (18:40) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CEO of CourtAve, Michael Stich, joins Shane and Whit to discuss the rapidly-changing marketing landscape, and the impact it’s having on how brands are being built. Learn how to identify and bridge an important gap in your marketing strategy, so you’re prepared for industry shifts.
Sam Haveson is a Senior Product Lead on the Consumer Product team at Twitter. Sam has defined, launched and scaled products that help millions of people create and converse on Twitter. Prior to Twitter, Sam was a Senior Product Manager at Amazon building Amazon Photos experiences for Amazon Alexa devices. She holds an MBA from Cornell Tech, where she is an adviser to the programs graduate students. Sam is also a writer and musician based in San Francisco, CA. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Sam's career in product, testing and experimentation at different scales from startup to enterprise, and how to do real time experiments to measure progress. Read the show notes to learn more: https://h2rproductscience.com/the-sam-haveson-hypothesis-the-artfulness-of-product-management-is-identifying-customer-needs
Sabine McKenzie is a CCI recovery coach supporting individuals on their journey to full recovery by assisting clients with the practical aspects of recovery like tackling food fears, shopping, re-establishing a healthy relationship with movement and so much more. Today she joins us on the podcast to discuss how to identify and overcome comparison in recovery and what to do if you notice disordered behaviours of those around you. In this episode we cover: Why comparison can be problematic when working on recovery from an eating disorder, disordered eating or hypothalamic amenorrhea Sneaky ways comparison can show up in recovery How comparison impacts recovery and your ability to stay true to your own goals and needs Helpful and practical strategies for navigating and overcoming the comparison trap in recovery Plus Sabine shares some tips on what to do if you notice others around you have disordered behaviours, how to navigate diet and body talk, as well as her best advice for those currently going through recovery To join Sabine's July Masterclass on Identifying and Harnessing the Power of Your Healthy Self in Recovery Click Here ❤️ Join my newsletter list for weekly motivation and inspiration and you'll also receive a FREE copy of my eBook "31 Ways to Boost Your Body Image" ❤️ Ready to get your period back? Join the next round of Healing Hypothalamic Amenorrhea! This 8-week, hybrid group and 1:1 coaching program is designed to help you recover your period while improving your relationship with food, exercise and your body. Find out details and sign up here: https://sarahlizking.com/healing-ha/ ❤️ Looking for a supportive recovery community? For all the support, resources and strategies you need on your recovery journey, join us in Recovery Club today! ❤️ Take the next steps towards full recovery by checking out our signature coaching program, Recover and Thrive. ❤️ Work with me and my team to improve your relationship with food and exercise by heading to www.sarahlizking.com and filling out the contact form. ❤️ If you enjoyed this episode please leave a 5⭐️ review and share a screenshot on Instagram by tagging myself @sarahlizking and I'll be sure to reshare.
023 Adult improvers, ironically, have limited time to improve. Which is why it's so helpful to know the answer to this question: “Of all the mistakes we make, which ones are the most important to fix?” That's what today's episode is about…Identifying the key mistakes made at the board by adult improvers (most of whom are club players) and finding solutions to them. To help, I've brought back for a second time National Master, Dan Heisman. He is the ultimate coach for adult improvers.Dan has written over a DOZEN chess books and has a popular YouTube channel with over 200 videos - all of which are gold.There are very few chess instructors who are as good as Dan Heisman. He gets to the heart of what club players need to improve, and articulates those problems and solutions so well.In fact, there's so much on this topic to dig into with Dan, that I'm calling this episode Vol. 1, as there will likely be one or two more on the same subject down the road.>> Join my official FREE club for The Chess Experience on Chess.com
Today I chatted with Dr. Rachel Gainsbrugh, Founder of Short Term GemsIn addition to her career in pharmacy, Dr. Rachel has established herself in the market as the Luxury Short Term Rental host and coach for busy professionals. She's an immigrant, a wife, and a mom that took a small rental and built it into a multi-property seven-figure real estate business. She has been hosting since 2019 and serves guests in vacation rental markets and those who need short-term housing rentals for business.Her most recent claim to fame is being cast for a TV show featuring one of her luxury short-term rentals. She is also a newly minted contributing author to a new book Hospitable Hosts released in Spring 2022.Episode Spotlights- How AirDNA blew her mind and helped her with pricing to get consistent bookings for her properties- Realized to get over trading hours for dollars - How short-term rental works & managing maintenance- Identifying short-term rental properties and markets- Marketing properties to attract guests- Helping others to get into short-term rental space- Best and challenging experiences within short-term rental spaceTools Discussed- vrbo.com- booking.com- AirDNABook Recommendations:- The Gap & The Gain Get a list of TOP 75 US CITIES With the Highest Profitability for Short-Term Rental Investing at 75gems.comConnect with Rachael:Website: https://www.shorttermgems.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/short.term.gems/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-rachel-gainsbrugh-4bb33721/ Grab your freebie - Tips for Multifamily Investing at www.ushacapital.comFound this episode insightful? Show us some love by spreading the word on social media or rating and reviewing the show here - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/multifamily-ap360/id1522097213Follow Rama on socials!LinkedIn | Meta | Twitter | InstagramConnect to Rama KrishnaE-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.ushacapital.comThe Mister Mortgage ShowThis Guy is Good! Get the info you need to make better real estate & mortgage decisions !Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Customer experience can define how your product is sold online. Mike Powers, Director of eCommerce and Digital at Alaska Rubber Group, explains how organizations can identify platforms for B2B functionality to make the customer research and buying experience a positive one. He explains the importance behind product data in online listings and how it correlates with more revenue in distribution channels. Mike Powers reveals how companies can incorporate strategy in eCommerce for their potential customers to discover product information for themselves.
It was a privilege for us to have Taylor Eyewalker once again join THE FULLEST podcast. Taylor has spent the last 20 years and well over 10,000 hours studying and practicing yogic mystery teachings, ancient medicine practices, esoteric therapies, and clinical approaches to alternative medicine. She's also one of Nikki's personal teachers and has a very authentic expression and transmission of these often metaphysical concepts. Some themes Nikki and Taylor dive into: - The specifics of Kambo and its physical and psychological benefits - Choosing tools and practices that align with your specific soul contract or dharma - Finding the patterns that repeat themselves in your health journey, career, relationship or spiritual practice and ways to heal them through your own heart As you'll hear, Taylor has a very authentic expression and powerful transmission of these often metaphysical concepts. We're sure some of Taylor's perspectives will give you pause, consideration, and healing.
In part one of a two-part episode, Eric interviews Pastor & Counselor Dale Henneman, who is the Lead Counselor at Community Chaplain Services. After 20 years of pastoring, Dale then decided to become a counselor and has been serving in that role for almost 20 years. Listen as he explains the similarities and differences between anxiety and depression, including the root causes to help you understand and identify them when seen in yourself or a loved one. Check out www.buildmomentum.org to learn more about our organization and how we seek to partner with local churches in order to equip today's young Christian leaders for tomorrow's opportunities. Submit questions or topics you'd like us to address on an upcoming podcast via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Momentum Ministry Partners on: Instagram: @MomentumMinistryPartners Facebook: @MomentumMinistryPartners YouTube: @MomentumMinistryPartners Subscribe and be sure to leave us your rating & review!
In this episode, Alyse and Justin share with you their personal experience on how to run a business and maintain a healthy personal relationship utilizing the priority tree. They share the importance of shared values, setting boundaries, and living with intentionality in creating a work-life balance. Some key takeaways: 1. Know your priorities 2. Have deep levels of faith3. Be intentional about your life#Goownit
In this episode, Dietitian Boss Method creator and CEO Libby Rothschild and Director of Operations and Operations Coach Sarah talk about spending less time in your business to create a business." “ If we set specific goals and you share with peers like light minded individuals, they are more likely to progress in a program, that's the power in a group and the power with being with the light minded peers " What you'll learn from this episode: How finding an hour a week is important in creating a business What is the base to use an hour a week following a framework Importance of time management What to do on the time you are dedicated in a business Clarity on time management Identifying your mindset and strengthening your goals How much time you put in to make an hour a week. Connect with Libby: Instagram: @libbyrothschild | @dietitianboss YouTube: Dietitian Boss Are you ready to start your journey? Book a call to learn more about the Dietitian Boss Group Coaching program.
Many of us are homeschooling struggling learners. It can be easy to feel like we are not qualified, but I firmly believe that we are in fact the best facilitators of our kids' education. No one loves and cares for our kids like we do and no one is more invested in their future. I also think that we can often make things more difficult than we need to. I believe that God can give us simple, effective strategies and resources that allow us to relax and enjoy our kids as we home educate them, whether they are struggling learners or not. One of the things I love to do on the podcast is to connect moms with great resources, so I am excited about our guest today. (Resources below) The Unhurried Homeschooler Unhurried Grace for a Mom's Heart The Four-Hour School Day Homeschooling Today Magazine Dianne Craft Resources: diannecraft.org Brain Integration Therapy Manual Dyslexia Identifying and Correcting Blocked Learning Gates Assessment Identifying and Correcting Blocked Learning Gates Checklist (P.S. Don't forget to check out my latest book, The Four Hour School Day: How You and Your Kids Can Thrive in the Homeschool Life on Amazon, durendawilson.com, or your favorite bookseller!)
Now, we're getting into the fun part. Once we're able to identify potential leaders we can start working with them to develop them into the leaders they're meant to be. One of the first things you need to learn though is that not everybody you sponsor is going to become a leader, because not everybody you sponsor is meant to be a leader. Some are not necessarily capable, some are capable but they don't want to become a leader, and some are capable but they are not ready to lead yet. It's important to understand that you can't force somebody to become something that either, a) they're not, b) they're not ready to be or c) they're just never going to be ready to. Access them here > https://keithcallahan.com/book/ Grab a FREE copy of the Built to Last book, PDF version here > https://keithcallahan.com/pdf
On this episode, we're joined by Linda Sansone of Pacific Sotheby's International Realty in California to discuss real estate agent burnout, how to identify where some stressors are coming from, and how to beat them.Browse Linda's listings on sothebysrealty.com:https://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/associate/180-a-df20102620091038682/linda-sansoneFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTubeSearch for "Sotheby's" on the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Apple TV App Store for all of the Sotheby's International Realty® brand apps. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This podcast has LESS questions, but MORE impact than most you'll hear (anywhere else, that is). So dive into today's episode to learn exactly how I personally coach people through multiple different aspects of obth training, nutrition, and mindset! —- To Download The Tailored Trainer and Gain Unlimited Access To Expert Programming, Sign Up Here: Tailored Trainer Sign Up Page To Get Your Questions Answered On The Podcast: Ask Us Here! 1st Phorm Supps: To Get FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING and Support The Podcast, Get Your Supplements At 1st Phorm Using Our Link: www.1stphorm.com/tailoredcoachingmethod To Apply For Coaching: Click Here Download 1 (or ALL) Of Our FREE GUIDES: www.tailoredcoachingmethod.com/guides Private Podcast FB Community: Be Part Of The Conversation and Community, RIGHT HERE. —- Timestamps: (0:40) - Why do people say to not lower calories today if you went over yesterday. Your body doesn't know the difference between today and yesterday so wouldn't it make sense to have somewhat of a “weekly average”? (11:00) - What if you have to reverse diet someone before they can lose weight? How do you get motivating results for those clients? (22:45) - How do you properly execute DB Flies? Should Arms end in V or straight out to the sides? (29:30) - So much information out there, How do I know which is legit or not? (37:00) - What are your favorite pieces of “extra” gym equipment? —- Extra Content For You: How We Coach: Client Case Study Article Top 4 Podcast Episodes: - Nutritional Periodization - Nutrition FAQ - Training FAQ - My Story —- Social Links: Blog – http://www.tailoredcoachingmethod.com/blog Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tailoredcoachingmethod Instagram -https://www.instagram.com/codymcbroom YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/codymcbroom1 Email – email@example.com Cody McBroom Has Also Been Featured On: Huffington Post, Bodybuilding.com, The PTDC, Dr. John Rusin, Muscle For Life, Barbell Shrugged, Strong By Design, OPEX Fitness and More…
The Mentorship is our flagship yearlong offering! Our mentees have earned a half a million in revenue in their first 6 months of this year!!! This podcast goes over the gold of this offering in detail! TIME STAMP [03:30] Pros & Cons of this program is the same. Your entire life will change. [05:03] How The Mentorship is different from Preceptorship, and all of the perks. [09:25] What is the Investment? [17:31] You will experience deep transformational coaching in this space. [23:08] We are Growing & Expanding! [28:28] Limited spaces available in the Mentorship space - Start & Stop dates. [30:24] Identifying yourself as a leader in all aspects of life and business. [37:13] Follow-up options available upon completing the Mentorship. Make sure to subscribe, rate and review our podcast! Join our Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/thesuccessfulnursecoach ( HERE) You can check us out on Instagram @successful_nursecoaches Websitehttps://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus ( https://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus)
This week, I get real with Ariel Carr...brand creators this one's for you! Ariel is a money marketing wizard. She made $15k through Instagram reels in ONE WEEK! The way she has been able to align her soul in order to grow her business is beyond inspiring. In this episode, we talk all about... • Identifying a profitable niche • Overcoming mindset blocks and limiting beliefs • Systems and strategies for soul alignment and brand growth • Intentionality on social media • Finding what feeds your inspiration Ariel has truly uncovered so many secrets and strategies on how to grow a brand and make money while doing so. I feel so inspired after talking with her and I can't wait for you to listen to this episode! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NEWS: Sugar-studded protein is key to an Alzheimer's cure | The Brighter Side (01:38) In a bit of “reverse engineering” research using brain tissues from five people who died with Alzheimer's disease, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they discovered that a special sugar molecule could play a key role in the development of Alzheimer's disease. This could indicate the molecule, known as a glycan, to be used as an early diagnostic test. And opens a way to perhaps prevention of the disease Cleaning up the disease-causing forms of amyloid and tau is the job of the brain's immune cells, called microglia. Earlier studies found that when cleanup is impaired, Alzheimer's disease is more likely to occur. Thought to be caused by an overabundance of a receptor on the microglia cells, called CD33. Past studies by the researchers showed that for CD33, these “connector” molecules are special sugars.These molecules are ferried around the cell by specialized proteins that help them find their appropriate receptors. The protein-glycan combination is called a glycoprotein. The researchers, to find out more about the glycoproteins, obtained brain tissue from five people who died of Alzheimer's disease and from five people.Among the many thousands of glycoproteins they gathered from the brain tissues, only one connected to CD33. What was this mysterious glycoprotein?The researchers determined the protein component's identity by taking its “fingerprint” using mass spectroscopy, which identifies protein building blocks. Then they compared the molecular makeup of the protein with a database of known protein structures. The research team was able to conclude the protein portion of the glycoprotein was receptor tyrosine phosphatase (RPTP) zeta. Further experiments showed that the brain tissue of the five people who died with Alzheimer's disease had more than twice as much RPTP zeta S3L as the donors who did not have the disease. Implying that this glycoprotein may be connecting with more CD33 receptors than a healthy brain, limiting the brain's ability to clean up harmful proteins. Gonzalez-Gil Alvarenga, Ph.D., first author on the study stated:“Identifying this unique glycoprotein provides a step toward finding new drug targets and potentially early diagnostics for Alzheimer's disease.” A Surprising Link Between Immune System and Hair Growth | Neuroscience News (07:36) Salk scientists have uncovered an unexpected molecular target of a common treatment for alopecia, a condition in which a person's immune system attacks their own hair follicles, causing hair loss. Corresponding author of the study, Ye Zheng, associate professor in Salk's NOMIS Center for Immunobiology and Microbial Pathogenesis, stated:“For the longest time, regulatory T cells have been studied for how they decrease excessive immune reactions in autoimmune diseases … Now we've identified the upstream hormonal signal and downstream growth factor that actually promote hair growth and regeneration completely separate from suppressing immune response.” Initially the researchers were interested in researching the roles of regulatory T cells and glucocorticoid hormones in autoimmune diseases.They did not function together to play a significant role in any of these conditions. Thought they'd have more luck looking at environments where regulatory T cells expressed particularly high levels of glucocorticoid receptors The glucocorticoid receptor (GR, or GCR) also known as NR3C1 (nuclear receptor subfamily 3, group C, member 1) is the receptor to which cortisol and other glucocorticoids bind. The scientists induced hair loss in normal mice and mice lacking glucocorticoid receptors in their regulatory T cells.After two weeks, the researchers saw the normal mice grew their hair back, while the ones lacking the receptors struggled to grow it back The findings suggested that some sort of communication must be occurring between regulatory T cells and hair follicle stem cells to allow for hair regeneration.They continued to investigate how the regulatory T cells and glucocorticoid receptors behaved in skin tissue samples. They found that glucocorticoids instruct the regulatory T cells to activate hair follicle stem cells, which leads to hair growth. Depends on a mechanism whereby glucocorticoid receptors induce production of the protein TGF-beta3, all within the regulatory T cells. TGF-beta3 then activates the hair follicle stem cells to differentiate into new hair follicles, promoting hair growth. This study revealed that regulatory T cells and glucocorticoid hormones are not just immunosuppressants but also have a regenerative function. Next, the scientists will look at other injury models and isolate regulatory T cells from injured tissues to monitor increased levels of TGF-beta3 and other growth factors. Engineers devise clever system for EVs to share charge—while driving | Anthropocene (13:34) The charging station expansion isn't keeping up with the growing number of EVs on the road.The number of EVs on the road per public charging point globally rose to 9.2 at the end of last year, from 7.4 at the end of 2020, according to a study by BloombergNEF analyst Ryan Fisher on the state of public charging infrastructure. In a new study, engineers propose a way around this conundrum: EVs that share charge with each other while driving. In their vision, cars with low batteries could buy some charge from others with extra to spare, all without stopping. Could be orchestrated via a cloud-based control system Electrical and computer engineer Prabuddha Chakraborty the University of Florida and his colleagues propose a two-battery system for EVs.A large, slow-charging lithium-ion battery would drive the car, A smaller, fast-charging battery would be used for on-the-go charging. Once powered up, the small battery would transfer its charge to the car's main battery. “Just like in your computer you have fast cache memory—but it's expensive—so you have other type of high-capacity memories that are slower,” said Tamzidul Hoque, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Kansas The cloud-based system idea:Monitor charge levels of electric cars. If a car's power is starting to run low, the network would alert it to other cars nearby with enough charge to sell. Once two cars are matched with owner consent, cables would connect them for charging and they would be locked at the same speed until the power transfer is complete. Yet even in a well-planned, dynamic peer charging network, the researchers found in simulations that the total charge of the network will slowly deplete.To try to get around this idea, they propose the concept of mobile charging stations: large battery-loaded trucks that would recharge multiple vehicles at once. Like military jets being refueled in-flight by tanker aircraft. Using popular traffic modeling software they were able to simulate their idea somewhat.They found that it would eliminate range anxiety and re-charging wait time, and reduce EV cost by eliminating the need to have big batteries. Scientists Use Vegetable Oil Byproduct to Remove Heavy Metals From Contaminated Water | EcoWatch (20:27) Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, collaborating with ETH Zurich, Switzerland (ETHZ), have discovered a way to turn byproduct from vegetable oil production into a membrane that filters out heavy metals from water. Ali Miserez, study author and professor at Nanyang Technological University, stated:“Water pollution remains a major global issue in many parts of the world…Heavy metals represent a large group of water pollutants that can accumulate in the human body, causing cancer and mutagenic diseases. Current technologies to remove them are energy-intensive, requiring power to operate, or are highly selective in what they filter.” The researchers noticed that proteins in peanut and sunflower oil waste byproducts, called oilseed meals, were useful in attracting heavy metal ions.Turned the oilseed meals' proteins into nano-sized protein amyloid fibrils, which strongly attract heavy metal ions. Combined these amyloid fibrils with activated carbon and tested the filters on three types of metal: platinum, chromium and lead. The membranes were 99.89% effective at filtering out all of the heavy metals from water, with the best results for platinum and lead. The membrane made from waste byproduct proteins is a low-cost option that requires little energy for decontamination, and the researchers say this innovation could work all over the world for water purification. “Recovering precious platinum, which costs US$33,000/kg, only requires 32 kg of protein, while recovering gold, which is worth almost US$60,000/kg, only requires 16 kg of protein. Considering that these proteins are obtained from industrial waste that is worth less than US$1/kg, there are large cost benefits,” Miserez explained. Because of the simple technology, this filtration membrane is readily scalable, according to the researchers. Tesla launches new virtual power plant that pays Powerwall owners to help end brownouts | Electrek (25:30) Tesla has launched a new virtual power plant in partnership with PG&E in California that will pay Powerwalls owners to help stabilize the electric grid and end brownouts in California. What is a virtual power plant?Consists of distributed energy storage systems, like Tesla Powerwalls, used in concert to provide grid services and avoid the use of polluting and expensive peaker power plants. Tesla has partnered with PG&E to launch a new version of its virtual power plant that will actually compensate people participating:The company's statement: “Become a part of the largest distributed battery in the world and help keep California's energy clean and reliable. Opt-in to the Tesla Virtual Power Plant (VPP) with PG&E and your Powerwall will be dispatched when the grid needs emergency support. Through the Emergency Load Reduction Program (ELRP) pilot, you will receive $2 for every additional kWh your Powerwall delivers during an event. Adjust your Backup Reserve to set your contribution, while maintaining backup energy for outages.” Depending on the events and the number of Powerwalls homeowners have, they could earn anywhere from $10 to $60 per event or even more for bigger systems. The extra capacity your Powerwall provides could help avoid or reduce blackouts in a severe emergency. This way, Powerwall can keep the lights on for both you and your community. Tesla said that it has about 50,000 Powerwalls that could be eligible for this VPP, which add up to a significant 500 MWh of energy capacity than can be distributed in any event.
Ukrainian troops are still desperate for more weapons as they take increasingly heavy casualties, and the families of those killed are facing an agonizing wait for the bodies of their loved ones to be identified. Correspondent Salma Abdelaziz reports on the complex process. Also on today's show: CNN Supreme Court reporter Ariane de Vogue and Economist correspondent Steven Mazie analyze today's SCOTUS decision striking down a century-old New York law against carrying a concealed handgun outside the home; Olivia Troye, the former Homeland Security advisor to Mike Pence, discusses the pressure Donald Trump put on the VP, the danger to his life, and what the GOP must do to mitigate domestic terrorism. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Original Release on June 9th, 2022: While many investors may be curious to know what other investors are thinking and feeling about markets, there's a lot more to the calculation of investor sentiment than one might think.-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Andrew Sheets, Chief Cross-Asset Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about trends across the global investment landscape and how we put those ideas together. It's Thursday, June 9th, at 6 p.m. in London. I've found that investors are almost always interested in what other types of investors are doing. Some of this is curiosity, but a lot of it is interest in sentiment and a desire to try to quantify market emotion to give a better indicator of when to buy or sell. One can find a variety of metrics that portend to reflect this investor mood. Many of them move in nice, big, oscillating waves between fear and greed. But as anyone trying to use them as encountered, investing based on sentiment is harder in theory than practice. The first challenge, of course, is that there is little agreement in professional circles on exactly the best way to capture market emotion. Is it different responses to a regular investor survey? Is it the level of implied volatility in the market? Is it the flow of money in and out of different funds? The potential list goes on. Next, once you have an indicator, what's the right threshold to establish if it's telling you something is extreme? If you poll a thousand investors every week, maybe 70% of those investors being negative tells you the mood is sufficiently sour. But maybe the magic number is 80%, or maybe it's 60%. Defining positive or negative sentiment isn't always straightforward. Finally, there's the simple but important point that sometimes the crowd is right. Think of a long bull market like the 1990s. People were often optimistic about the stock market and correct to think so as prices kept rising. Meanwhile, people are often bearish in a bear market. We remember the dour mood that persisted throughout 2008. It certainly didn't stop stocks from going down. With all of this in mind, our research is focused on finding some ways to use sentiment measures more effectively. We think it makes sense to use a composite of different indicators, as true extremes are likely to show up across multiple approaches to measurement. Valuing both the level and direction of sentiment can be helpful. Rather than trying to catch an absolute extreme or market bottom, the best risk reward is often when sentiment is negative but improving. And sentiment is more useful to identify market lows than market peaks, as negativity and despair tend to be stronger, sharper emotions. Identifying peak optimism, at least in our work, is much harder. So don't beat yourself up if you can't find a signal that consistently flags market tops. Those ideas underlie the tools that we've built to try to turn market sentiment into signals as the age old debate around the true state of fear and greed continues throughout this year. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Thoughts on the Market on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen, and leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you.
A major part of living with brain injury can become the doctors appointments, therapies, and healthcare system - but it doesn't have to be overwhelming. Dr. Kelsy Rayl is here to walk us through some steps to be more empowered as a patient, including practical tools on what to do to show up at appointments informed and get the most out of them. We also discuss managing symptoms in appointments, identifying personal recovery goals, and how to find the right medical team. It is important to know which doctors will help you to do which things, so that you can get your needs and symptoms addressed. This is an encouraging and very important conversation for anyone navigating the healthcare system post-brain injury. Whether you are a survivor, caregiver, or family member listening - you'll leave more empowered and informed to know that you can take an active role in this healthcare journey! 0:00 Intro 5:30 Introducing Dr. Kelsy 8:30 Identity Post-Brain Injury 9:40 Lifestyle Change of Dr. Appts 13:30 Patient Empowerment 16:30 Identifying Strengths/Limits 17:45 Provider Perspective 19:00 Understanding Roles of Different Providers 30:15 Managing Symptoms w/ Appts. 36:00 Practical Tips for Documentation 42:15 Identifying & Prioritizing Recovery Goals 47:40 Seeking Second Opinions 48:45 Self-Advocacy 50:00 Words of Hope Connect with Dr. Kelsy: @drkelsyrayl_dpt CONNECT Join the online community & monthly zoom support group: hopeafterheadinjury.com/community Listen to Cristabelle's new "Hope Survives" single on all music streaming platforms! Hosted by Cristabelle Braden: @cristabellebraden | cristabellebraden.com Hope After Head Injury: @hopeafterheadinjury | hopeafterheadinjury.com Brain Injury Bible Study: @braininjurybiblestudy | braininjurybiblestudy.com Thank you to Council on Brain Injury for supporting this podcast by providing a microphone as part of their grant program to the brain injury community. Check out the amazing work done by CoBI at: councilonbraininjury.com This podcast is for education and informational purposes only, and not intended for medical advice. If you need specific medical advice, please consult your physician. More: hopesurvivespodcast.com
What has been your greatest crucible in life? Today's guest Harvey Yergin decided to leave his W-2 job to become a stay-at-home dad. He called that period of his life his crucible yet he learned a lot about himself. Harvey grew up having this structure of success in mind where the men work hard and don't complain. Their worth was mostly based on how much money they made, how successful they were, what kind of car they drove, how big their house was, or what neighborhood they were in. Harvey's self-esteem was built on that structure yet he ended up destroying it without understanding what the consequences of it would have been. Once he came out of it, he found his calling in real estate, and ultimately, bought a franchise of HomeVestors: We Buy Ugly Houses. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: [01:18] Harvey's family and career background [07:40] His background in sports [10:21] Transitioning from W-2 job to a stay-at-home dad [15:26] Identifying your “safety net” and looking for the evidence [18:54] What Harvey's crucible looked like [24:02] What happens when your structure is destroyed [32:21] The power of allowing things to flow [40:00] How your ego is a double-edged sword [41:43] Harvey's partnership with Josh [44:34] What their EOS (entrepreneurial operating system) model looks like [46:07] His real estate investment portfolio [48:02] Buying a franchise: “real estate investing in a box” [50:32] Types of marketing strategies they employ Notable quotes from the Episode: "People underestimate what they can do when they need to do it." "A safety net is – once you're completely naked and stripped of everything, who are you, and what do you still have?" "When the world doesn't interact with you the way you think it's supposed to interact with you, it can be a big shakeup.” “Your ego would both inhibit you at times, but then it also contributes to your brilliance.” "You have to be able to recognize that voice. And the only way you're going to be able to recognize that voice is if you spent time in stillness and you spent time away in space listening for that voice." Connecting with the Guest Website: https://www.webuyuglyhouses.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hyergin/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harvey-yergin-776590168 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile number: 901-484-9751 Connect with our growing community: Apply to GoBundance: https://www.gobundance.com/membership Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gobundance/ Not a millionaire yet but want to be a part of our ecosystem? Check out EMERGE by GoBundance. Enroll Today! https://www.gobundance.com/emerge Interested in starting your own podcast or handing off your production to a qualified team? Email email@example.com to learn how we're making the world better, one mic at a time.
In this episode of The Banking With Life Podcast, James and his good friend Mike Rivas reflect on their previous conversations from episodes #111 and #113 (Mike's First 2-Part Series). They discuss the period of time between the episodes and how learning is an ongoing process. As always, we hope you enjoy and thank you for listening! Make sure to like and subscribe to join us weekly on the Banking With Life Podcast!Mike's First 2-Part Series:Episode #111 https://youtu.be/HhuNSkwXIkIEpisode #113 https://youtu.be/U7eyoE45jro(Episode Referenced @2:41)Halloween Special Episode #111 https://youtu.be/cRfXYWMfVRA━━━Become a client!➫ https://www.bankingwithlife.com/how-t...Buy Nelson Nash's 6.5 hour Seminar on DVD here:➫ https://www.bankingwithlife.com/produ...(Call us at (817) 790-0405 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a DISCOUNT CODE)Register for our free webinar to learn more about Infinite Banking...➫ https://bankingwithlife.com/getting-s...━━━Implement the Infinite Banking Concept® with the Infinite Banking Starter Kit...The Starter Kit includes Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash and the Banking With Life DVD by James Neathery.It's the perfect primer for everyone interested in becoming their own banker.Buy your starter kit here:➫ https://www.bankingwithlife.com/exclu...━━━Learn more about James Neathery here:➫ https://bankingwithlife.com━━━Listen on your iPhone through iTunes:➫ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/b...Listen on your Android through Stitcher:➫ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/bank...Listen on Soundcloud:➫ https://soundcloud.com/banking-with-l...━━━Follow us on Facebook:➳ https://www.facebook.com/jamescneathery/━━━Disclaimer:All content on this site is for informational purposes only. The content shared is not intended to be a substitute for consultation with the appropriate professional. Opinions expressed herein are solely those of James C. Neathery & Associates, Inc., unless otherwise specifically cited. The data that is presented is believed to be from reliable sources and no representations are made by James C. Neathery & Associates, Inc. as to another party's informational accuracy or completeness. All information or ideas provided should be discussed in detail with your Adviser, Financial Planner, Tax Consultant, Attorney, Investment Adviser or the appropriate professional prior to taking any action.
Continuing our journey through the Fourth Labor of Hercules, our hosts look to uncover the esoteric significance of the sign of Cancer. Identifying the astrological correlations as well as the lessons contained within this constellation. Support the show
Dr. Perpetua Neo is a psychologist and author of the new book, This is What Matters: A Step-by-Step Workbook for Identifying Your Values, Priorities, and Path Forward after a Crisis. I've been reading and working through the journaling prompts, and wanted to interview her to talk about the origins of this workbook, and her practice working with people.This is What Matters is a series of questions and prompts to help people with post-traumatic growth in identifying on an individual level, well, what matters to you.We also discuss:Sleeping like a lionEmbracing free unscheduled timeCognitive PhotoshopIdentifying the life one wants and starting to build it nowWhen was the last time your heart really sang?If you're someone who keeps a journal, this episode will give you a lot to think about.I love books that encourage people to identify their individual desires and goals and enable them to practice the life they want to lead.Thank You to Maria Orlandi from Adams Media.…Music: purple-planet.comCoupons:Get 15% off your first order when you visit thrivecausemetics.com/SPTBGo to paireyewear.com/SARAH for 15% off your first purchase.FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/SARAH. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you're questioning how to deliver value in your digital products, you're not alone—it can be tricky to know how much is "enough" value to include. Today we are going to explore five different ways to ensure you are achieving this goal!In this episode we cover:- Identifying and understanding the starting point of your audience...- All roads lead to the dream outcome... - Nailing the relationship to the outcome...what challenges stand in the way- Pinpoint the learning needs to get from A to B- Remove the unnecessary steps....fluff is not value!Key takeaway - if you can get them from point A to point B quicker, easier, or more enjoyably than all the products, then yours is going to be the most valuable one! SHOW LINKS- Get my Daily Biz Booster emails: https://stephtaylor.co/DBB- Join the waitlist for the September round of Launch Magic: https://stephtaylor.co/lmwaitlist- Get the Digital Product Kickstart Kit: https://stephtaylor.co/kitLet's be Instagram friends: https://instagram.com/stephtaylor.co
Allison interviews Friendship Coach Danielle Bayard Jackson to tackle a tough question we all face as we get older... What happened to all my friendships? It's a hard reality that as we age our friends can grow distant and the ease with which we developed friends as children and teenagers turns harder. But fear not, there are Friendship Coaches that can help us get the most out of our most important relationships and bridge the gap with new ones. Danielle Bayard Jackson is giving us the tools to have meaningful friendships that survive the test of time. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: The most important relationships one can have Best friends: do we really need them? Identifying and ending bad friendships How to move on Having tough conversations GUESTS LINKS: Danielle's website Follow Danielle on Instagram ALLISON'S LINKS: Visit Allison's website Follow Allison on Instagram Check out Allison's blog Culture Changers Discord Server Allison's Favorites - And some great deals for you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices