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LinkedIn Ads Show
LinkedIn Ads Top Plays & Strategies - Ep 77

LinkedIn Ads Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 16:43


Show Resources Here were the resources we covered in the episode: How to Analyze Your LinkedIn Ads in Excel How to Evaluate Your LinkedIn Ads AB Tests in Excel NEW LinkedIn Learning course about LinkedIn Ads by AJ Wilcox Youtube Channel Contact us at Podcast@B2Linked.com with ideas for what you'd like AJ to cover. A great no-cost way to support us: Rate/Review!   Show Transcript Get ready for some killer LinkedIn Ads strategies, because we asked the community for their favorite LinkedIn Ads plays, and you delivered on this week's episode of the LinkedIn Ads Show. Welcome to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Here's your host, AJ Wilcox. Hey there LinkedIn Ads fanatics! We reached out to you, the LinkedIn Ads community, to ask you about your favorite LinkedIn ads plays. We're looking for those strategies that you're using daily to build and optimize for the best performance. In the news, I want to let you know about a couple of YouTube videos that we published. One is a full walkthrough within Excel on how to analyze your individual LinkedIn Ads, how your creative performance is. Another is all about how to evaluate your LinkedIn Ads AB tests within Excel. If you're not already following our YouTube channel, go subscribe there. I put the links down below in the show notes. Because those are something that you can follow along with, right as you're building the reports yourselves, and do better reporting better analysis for your company for your clients. They're directly actionable, and I think you're gonna love them. I've been asking, pleading for you marketers to leave reviews for the show, because I'm sure you know, the reviews are a big part about how people find out about the podcast. I wanted to give a huge thanks to several of you who stepped up and did it recently. I sincerely appreciate it. It makes the effort to design and create these episodes totally worthwhile. It's pretty hard for me to look at someone's Apple podcasts username, and try to figure out who they are. So feel free to reach out to me if I'm calling you out and you want me to let everyone know who you are. Okay, so Marketer Martina, she says, "Concrete actionable insights. I had been responsible for audience strategy and segmentation for years, but only recently started owning LinkedIn as a channel. When our results took a nosedive. I knew I needed to get more in depth insights into best practices than what LinkedIn is training courses offer. I found this podcast and it has been a lifesaver, offering easy to digest information with concrete actionable insights that can be immediately put into action. Thank you, AJ, for sharing all of your knowledge with us." Martina, I really appreciate the kind words that's exactly what we're going for here. We also had Brandon Chesnutt from Identity. He left a review that said, "One of the best resources for b2b marketers. If you're a B2B marketer looking to tap into the power of LinkedIn ads, don't waste any more time and subscribe to the LinkedIn ad show right now. I have a regular rotation of awesome marketing and communication podcasts in my feed. And I'm always excited when a new episode of the LinkedIn Ads Show pops up. AJ does a fantastic job of taking important LinkedIn ad topics from the very broad to the very niche and breaking down digestible and actionable takeaways. I'm regularly sharing links to episodes in our agency Slack channels, and utilizing many of the best practices highlighted with our clients." Thanks so much, Brandon, I really appreciate that. If this show is able to offer you up direct takeaways that you can go and put into action today. That's my goal. Makes me very happy. 3:05 So back to LinkedIn Ads plays. Here's the play that I shared to open up the conversation. I said, when launching ads start by manually bidding for clicks, then if your ads proved to consistently generate a click through rate that's two to two and a half times the average then switch to bidding by impressions. The reason this works is because you've proven to the platform that you can generate clicks at a healthy rate. Switching to impressions bidding mass distributes your ads to maximize reach and click volume at your consistent click through rate, which can help decrease costs. Now I have a really cool YouTube video to share with all of you that's going to be popping up here in the next couple of weeks. So again, make sure you're following our YouTube channel. But in it, I actually go into the math whether it's going to be cheaper to bid by cost per click or by the impression and how to figure out how competitive an audience really is. I also share the secrets to why it's the click through rate that's two to two and a half times the average. So you're definitely not going to want to miss that. So then I finished up this post with what's your favorite LinkedIn ads play? What's worked well for you and what were the results. I'd love to feature you on an upcoming episode of the LinkedIn Ads Show to drop a comment below. And I'll share your experience in the episode. Then we had so many of you sharing. We had shares across all social channels so we've compiled them here, and I'm going to share them right now. 4:23 We had Paul Fairbrother, who is a paid social specialist at HootSuite. And he shared, "I have a client where we weren't getting anywhere with lead gen. The cost per click was averaging $35 Canadian. I think part of the issue was that it was a case study more suited to later in the funnel. So we added in a video as the first touch with prospects optimizing for video views. Then by building a 25% video view audience, I remarketed them with a case study and got the CPC down to under $2. LinkedIn now offers lots of options for building simple two step funnels. So it's worth having a play with them if other strategies aren't working." You nailed it, Paul. I think LinkedIn is retargeting has become incredible in the last couple years, and I would highly suggest anyone to go follow Paul's advice. Then we had Nayan Prakash, who runs all kinds of paid media at a company called GMR web team out of India, he shared two plays number one, running a sponsored message ad and layering it with an ABM strategy for Account Based Marketing. It's one of my favorite plays in LinkedIn Ads. This ad type works best while using an existing database of target companies or contacts. And this campaign type won't be very effective in generating bottom of funnel leads, but helps them in grabbing decent top of funnel leads with some lead bait. In our case, we use the free scanner tool, which he then uses to introduce more about the brand, which then leads to taking those warm leads to the drip funnel. Here's what we basically did. First, we uploaded two different lists, one compatible for the company list, and another for the contact list. Then we segmented multiple campaigns based off of company sizes separately for both lists. That's it, those segmented campaigns helped in assessing which one was giving fruitful results and continuing with that one. While in the testing phase, back in December of 2021, the cost per lead used to be around $100 to $110 without segmentation. After segmentation, it reduced to 60 to $70. The open rate used to roam around 35 to 45%. So Nayan, I like a lot about what you're talking about. We found in a lot of cases sponsored message ads are very, very expensive. But when you're going after a very specific kind of person, especially with lists like you're doing and offering them something that feels like a personal invite, making them feel like a VIP, they really can perform quite well. His next play he said for sponsored single image ads. One thing that I personally love is retargeting those LinkedIn users who've already engaged with our other ad copy whether they liked the ad commented shared or clicked any of the links. LinkedIn will smartly chase them. And yes, I 100% agree with you AJ that this retargeting will be more accurate than website visits retargeting. Even the CPC ranges lesser when compared with the campaign having job title targeting. Not only this, but with retargeting, we start networking with engaged users through an organic approach, and a LinkedIn connection building strategy. We've seen a few assisted conversions while following this approach, and are still measuring the effectiveness of how far it will help. This strategy helped us to combine the paid and organic approach making the investment more worthwhile. In one case, one of our clients prospects got tired of seeing the retargeting ads of our clients brand, and finally ended up signing a contract with them. This literally made us laugh. So Nyan, I love this, especially love the retargeting aspect around single image ads. This is a new feature that we have. And I love the way that you're combining it with an organic strategy. And we had Adam Dolan who's the co-founder at First Spark Digital out of San Diego, California. And he said, "Love me some text ads. It's an underutilized ad inventory on the platform makes it easy for small brands or larger to maintain brand awareness at a very low cost, in most cases free. Plus, when you do get a click, you typically get to see good intent. And he followed up with interesting strategy with the bidding switch from impressions to clicks. Thanks for sharing." Adam, I 100% agree with you on text ads, they are hugely underrated and I love them, I would highly recommend running them alongside anything that you're running on, especially sponsored content. Here's a quick sponsor break and then we'll dive into at least three more play. The LinkedIn Ads show is proudly brought to you by B2Linked.com, the LinkedIn Ads experts. 8:34 If you're a B2B company and care about getting more sales opportunities with your ideal prospects, then chances are LinkedIn ads are for you. But the platform isn't easy to use, and can be painfully expensive on the front end. At B2Linked though, we've cracked the code to maximizing ROI while minimizing costs. Our methodology includes building and executing LinkedIn Ad strategies, customized to your unique needs, and tailored to the way that B2B consumers buy today. Over the last 11 years, we've worked with some of LinkedIn's largest advertisers in the world, we've spent over $150 million on the platform, and we're official LinkedIn partners. If you want to generate more sales opportunities with your ideal prospects, book a discovery call today at B2Linked.com/apply. We'd absolutely love to get to work with you. Alright, let's jump into our next play. We had Alexander Krastev, and he's the founder of a company called Bookmark out of Bulgaria. He responded to my play about first bidding by click and then switching to bidding by impressions when you get a high enough click through rate. And he said, "Great, I usually do a similar switch with the bidding strategy. First with maximize bid, and later if the max is too high with manual, but AJ, does the CTR remain relatively similar after you switched impressions?" So it sounds like Alexander does this the opposite way that I suggest. I start out by bidding by the click because that's generally the cheapest And then I switch over to maximum delivery when I see high click through rates, but you can go the opposite way, just like Alexander was talking about. He brings up a good question here, does your click through rate remain relatively similar, regardless of how you bid? And the answer to that is usually yes. If your ads are performing really well, when you're bidding by a cost per click, you generally have a good relevancy score associated with your ads with your campaign. And so LinkedIn is putting you in really good ad inventory, meaning usually higher up on the page. That way, when you switch to maximum delivery, you end up also getting really good inventory, because this is inventory that LinkedIn knows it's getting paid for, regardless of how the ads perform. So it usually puts it high up on the page, especially because maximum delivery is a really aggressive bid. It basically bids as high as it can on CPM to fill your budget. Where I see this differ. If your ads, while you're bidding by the click end up performing really poorly, let's say at or below the benchmark, click through rate, then you may end up having your ads fall into bad inventory further down the page, in which case, maximum delivery would actually put you in better inventory. But you would also pay a heck of a lot more per click. So it's definitely something you'd have to balance. Then we had Adriaan Boot, from Impactful in the Netherlands. He shared, "We actually see text links work really well, when advertising on LinkedIn. Text links bring in very high quality clicks for a very reasonable cost per click." And Adrian, what I'm imagining you're talking about is using text ads, just like Adam was mentioning,. We see them perform really well as well, but I totally understand why other advertisers may avoid using them. Simply because when you put the campaign together, it's not going to spend very much unless you have a pretty large audience. And so you might not think that there's anything going on. But like Adam mentioned, it does a really good job of keeping your brand in front of people. And it costs next to nothing, because it's the cheapest click that you can pay for on LinkedIn. At least in North America. We do see in some parts of the world text ads are actually more expensive than sponsored content. 12:06 Finally, we had Meiki Tanious. He is a growth hacker out of Boston for a company called Scalewhale. And he shared if you're doing B2B, an underrated LinkedIn Ads play is to use the Microsoft ads integration that was released a couple years ago. You can actually target users on Microsoft ads based on their LinkedIn. So your next question might be well, who uses Bing? But a lot of enterprise companies might be forced to use it due to a full Microsoft setup by IT with Office 365 plus Azure. And then as you might imagine, Bing Ads CPCs are much cheaper than LinkedIn Ads. Meiki, I totally hear you there. I was really excited when I heard Microsoft was coming out with the integration. And last I checked, you could really only target by some really broad things. You do get company name, which is cool. But job function and industry, I think were the other two that you could target by. So a little difficult to get super targeted. But you're right, the CPCs are so much lower. Meiki also mentioned, "Something else I've noticed that works really well is doing organic type targeting strategies. If you're running ads on LinkedIn, you're not reaching the same scale as the DTC meta campaign spending less and instead investing in OPS plus automation can make your ads way more effective. An example is instead of a lead form ad that everyone's used to test viral ask posts speaking to the audience's problem, like talking about how HIPAA is a pain in the butt and offer to DM people a free playbook or guide. If they wind up commenting on the post. Ask some people that you know, to comment and react to it to show engagement, then boom, you'll get people commenting. Then have an ops person automate the message sent to each user with the lead magnet and use a CRM to manage the ensuing conversations." Meiki, I absolutely love what you talked about with offering people content for commenting. This is something that we internally call comment gating. And it's a lot of work, if you're going to do it manually. Like you're talking about if you're using automation, that's great. As a LinkedIn partner, though, I can't recommend automation because it's against their terms. But we have done this both for clients and for ourselves. Comment gating is really cool way of not only getting a lot of cheap leads, but also growing your network with a bunch of really interested and targeted people. I asked Meiki for a follow up and just said, Hey, how are these strategies working for you? And he responded, "The Microsoft ads integration has worked really well for me when targeting ads at large and enterprise sized businesses. CPCs can go below $2 For desirable keywords, which is huge compared to LinkedIn's costs. Smaller B2B businesses I haven't tested this with, but I'd imagine there's not as much volume due to not being forced to use Bing. Then the organic strategy, he got to run for two different clients. It was massively successful compared to lead ads and landing pages in both instances. It comes from one of my greater philosophies, most people want an organic experience. If your ad doesn't feel natural, your customers are trained to ignore it." Meiki, I couldn't have said it better. Well done. All right, I've got the episode resources for you coming right up. So stick around Thank you for listening to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Hungry for more? AJ Wilcox, take it away. 15:22 Okay, like we talked about in the episode, down in the show notes, you'll see two links, going to the YouTube videos, where I walk you through exactly how to do certain types of reporting in Excel. You're not going to want to miss that. You'll also see the link to the YouTube channel, so you can make sure to subscribe. If you or anyone you know, is looking to do more with LinkedIn Ads, point them towards the course you'll see the link to that as well. And this is the one that I did with LinkedIn Learning, all about LinkedIn Ads. It's by far the highest quality and the lowest cost of any course I've found out there. It's a really good value. If this is your first time listening to us, welcome. And do remember to hit that subscribe button if this hasn't disappointed you. If this is not your first time listening, the biggest favor that you can do me personally for putting all these shows together is to go and rate and review the podcast on whatever podcast player you use. Usually it's Apple podcasts, but if you find anywhere else, that would be great. With any questions, feedback, suggestions, anything like that, send them to us at Podcast@B2Linked.com And with that being said, we'll see you back here next week. Cheering you on in your LinkedIn Ads initiatives!

Survive Everyday
23: Mikey B - The Value of Veterans

Survive Everyday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 89:58


Veterans Day is intended to thank and honor all those who served honorably in the military – living and dead – whether in wartime or peace. In fact, Veterans Day is largely intended to thank living Veterans for their service, to acknowledge that their contributions to our national security are appreciated, and to underscore the fact that all those who served - not only those who died - have sacrificed and done their dutyThe last 2 episodes of the podcast have focused on the crisis that disproportionately plagues the veteran community, death by suicide. Today we are going to talk to another veteran, this time we're going to talk abou the value a veteran an bring to their community and possibly to your organization. Today we are talking to Mikey B a special forces veteran, corporate coach, team builder, and CEO of Smoked Bros, a spices & seasoning company. Support our Guest: Smoked BrosRange UniversityImpactful Ways to Support VeteransSurvive Everyday InstagramSurvive Everyday FacebookSurvive Everyday GroupSupport our SponsorRyan-St Marie Insurance AgencySupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/surviveeveryday)Support the show

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
349. The Habits of an Impactful Events Fundraiser - Matthew Helmer

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 43:54


Welcome back to our Friday Series: The Habits of an Impactful Fundraiser. This week we're talking about all things events and experiences with founding member of The DRG Group Matthew Helmer who has decades of experience creating meaningful donor events. He's bringing his expertise about creating donor events and experiences that serve a true purpose while being data-informed. Tune in for Matthew's counsel on how you can find your Why and move past the rinse-and-repeat cycle of donor events.

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast
REPLAY: Skincare Influencer with 1+ Million Subscribers Spills the #1 Secret to YouTube Success with Cassandra Bankson

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 48:13


This week's episode is a replay from one of our most downloaded episodes! Episode #246 with Stephanie Harlowe aired on October 15, 2020 Cassandra Bankson is a skincare expert and medical esthetician with over 10 years of experience and with a YouTube channel and social media following of over 2 million people… but she doesn't consider herself just an influencer. She considers herself an “Acne Warrior” on a mission to help others take actionable steps to embrace and care for their skin. Despite being bullied and made fun of for most of her life, suffering from body dysmorphia and depression, Cassandra's remarkable mental health journey has helped her learn to love herself and spread the message that what is inside is what matters. CLICK HERE to read the show notes! CLICK HERE to watch this interview on YouTube! ---------- Love the podcast? Got some feedback you want to share? Want to request your favorite YouTuber?  Fill out the YTPH listener survey HERE  

Overcome the Overwhelm for Special Needs Moms
58. Protecting Your Family's Most Valuable Assets

Overcome the Overwhelm for Special Needs Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 22:33


Moms make the world go round. In a lot of ways, moms are the main leaders of the world as we bring up this next generation. But for how IMPACTFUL and IMPORTANT our roles are… are we protecting our family's most valuable asset? Or are we putting our needs last and staying vulnerable to burnout?

The Wellness Paradox
Professional Development for a Long & Impactful Career as a Fit Pro w/Lauren Shroyer

The Wellness Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 44:22


Ensuring fitness professionals have a sustainable and impactful career is one of the foundational missions of the Wellness Paradox Podcast. A significant component of sustainability and impact depends on the professional development path you take, both early on, and throughout, your career. Our guest in episode 79, Lauren Shroyer, knows this well.Lauren is the Vice President of Product and Innovation at the American Council on Exercise. Her 25+ years of experience in the fitness industry gives her a unique perspective on what fitness professionals need to do to succeed. In this conversation we'll unpack her perspective on the important attributes of professional development to ensure long-term career success. We'll also explorea tool called ACE® Pro Compass, developed using AI to curate content for fitness professionals at various stages of their journey in the industry. Whether you're just starting out your career or you're a veteran fit pro, you won't want to miss Lauren's insightful and actionable perspective in this discussion. Show Notes Page: https://www.wellnessparadoxpod.com/podcast/episode/79Our Guest: Lauren Shroyer, MS, ATCLauren is the Vice President of Product and Innovation at the American Council on Exercise. She leads the development of ACE's educational and career support products as well as manages strategic education collaborations on behalf of ACE. From conceptualization to execution, Lauren guides a team of experts in designing and overseeing ACE products and programs both live and online. With 25 years of experience in the fitness industry, Lauren has served in a variety of positions, including executive-level roles, operations leadership, product development, speaker, educator, and personal trainer. She started her career as a certified athletic trainer at a Division I university, where her primary role was the administration of post-injury and post-surgical rehabilitation programs for student-athletes across 20 sports. As a professional personal trainer and Certified Athletic Trainer, she has vast experience working with a variety of clients including individuals who are struggling with chronic injuries and conditions; professional, Olympic, and retired athletes; as well as weekend warriors and those who have never led an active lifestyle but strive for improved strength and movement capability in the face of chronic conditions.  Lauren holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Illinois and a master's degree in athletic training from Illinois State University and is a NATA-BOC Certified Athletic Trainer. In her free time, Lauren enjoys exercising both in the gym and outdoors. Some of her favorite activities are weight training, hiking, gardening, and meandering the beautiful Pacific coastline.Follow us on social at the links below: https://www.facebook.com/wellnessparadox https://www.instagram.com/wellnessparadox/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/wellness-paradox-podcast https://twitter.com/WellnessParadox

F2F Podcast Network
"Impactful Educators"

F2F Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 12:49


Aundrea, Damyla, and Arnesto get together to discuss educators from their past who have had a positive impact and left a lasting impression on their lives.(Outro music by Dave Boquist)Check out more great episodes at f2fpodcastnetwork.com

Feed Your Brand
Podcasting Impactful Stories That Make A Difference And Spread Hope With Army Veteran Scott DeLuzio of Drive On Podcast

Feed Your Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 42:37


Sharing impactful and hopeful stories is what podcasting is all about. Millions of people, especially veterans, suffer from depression or PTSD, and they just need to know that they are not alone. Transitioning back from the military can be very difficult, and few people can understand that feeling. Today's guest fully understands veterans' feelings, and he is on a mission to spread hope with his podcast. Join Tracy Hazzard as she talks to the host of the Drive On Podcast, Scott DeLuzio, about his goal to help military veterans recover from mental health issues. Scott started his podcast after hearing that his friend took his own life because of mental health. Today, find out how he helps and cares for his audience when tackling difficult topics. Discover how he partners with other podcasts to build his listener base. Start listening to Scott's impactful stories today!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Binge Factor community today:FacebookInstagramLinkedInPinterestYoutubeTikTok

Basement Philanthropy
The Philanthropic Method Pt. 2 (Identifying and Understanding Needs)

Basement Philanthropy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 24:14


Impactful philanthropy starts well before a donation is given or a project is created. In fact, the success and sustainability of one's giving is usually determined by how well the giver can identify and truly understand the need they are attempting to address. This week, learn why The Philanthropic Method is grounded in the complementary relationship between these two principles of giving.______________________________________________________Start your Micro-Philanthropy journey today through the free course: https://www.udemy.com/course/micro-philanthropy_paycheck/Password: micro-philanthropy______________________________________________________Watch the podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krJVVUrPgQA

7-Figure Millennials
#107: The Man On A Mission To Revolutionize Our Education System & Help Young Leaders Find A Calling That Changes The World w/ Matt Beaudreau

7-Figure Millennials

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 87:52


Matt Beaudreau is on a mission to push education into the 21st century for teens across America. 3 things he believes: 1. Every child has the potential to change the world 2. Learning to do, learning to be, and learning to learn are more important than memorization alone 3. It is not our job to teach young heroes WHAT to think, but rather HOW to think for themselves Epic. Beautiful. Impactful. Matt has become a fast friend + someone that I deeply respect. In today's episode we dive not only into how Matt is revolutionizing our educational system… but also his philosophies about being a present and loving parent. Matt is a role model for myself as both an entrepreneur and a human, and I can't wait for you to meet him! For more information on Matt, visit https://7figuremillennials.com/podcast/matt-beaudreau/ or check out his schools here: https://www.actonplacer.com/

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Vote...on Most Impactful Liberty Football Win Of All Time

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 22:02


Vote...on Most Impactful Liberty Football Win Of All Time by Ed Lane

Badass Business Podcast
EP295: My Most Impactful Ayahuasca Visions

Badass Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 51:09


If you or someone you know is feeling called to study and learn about plant medicine more deeply, or If you are feeling a call to sit with ayahuasca, kambo, buffo or any other medicine of the earth - I invite you to explore my plant medicine 101 masterclass. I answer the most common questions about plant medicine and share everything I wish I knew before I started my journey - like what medicines do what, what each spirit of every medicine feels like, what experiences of ceremony look like, and how to make the safest decisions for yourself on the journey to healing with plant medicine work. For more you can visit laurenoflove.com/plantmedicine Hello my gorgeous love birds! Welcome back to the Lauren of Love Podcast! If you've been following along the last couple of weeks, you know that right now I am actually in Peru deep in the jungle for a spiritual shamanic healing process called a DIETA. This is when you go to the jungle to sit with plant medicines like Ayahuasca. And yes... In honor of my study I've been bringing you some powerful episodes this month that are stories from my most profound ayahuasca experiences. Today on the show I am sharing some of my early impactful vision experiences from my ayahuasca plant medicine study. In this episode I share with you the most profoundly scary experience of my study coupled with the most deep intense healing I experienced in the first year of my path. To date, I've been sitting with Ayahuasca now for 3 years, and have had maybe 50 or so ceremonies of deep work. But no matter how many sits or how much time has passed, the experiences I am sharing with you in these episodes are DEEPLY engrained on my heart as they were the most profound transformational experiences of my life that first year of plant medicine study. I am so honored to bring you this episode and for more episodes like this you can go to the show notes and check out the recommended episodes! I hope your enjoying this series! Stay tuned for a BIG share next week on the show! xox Lauren Eliz Love Other Episodes You May Like: EP 224: My Relationship With Plant Medicine EP 220: ft. Dylan Kidder, Founder of Ethos Earth Medicine and Sacred Kambo Medicine EP 213: My Journey with Kambo Medicine EP 206: Healing Sexual Trauma and Emotional Trauma with Ayahuasca

Big Ideas in Education
Ep 176: Video Games and Cognitive Performance; Reflections on Teacher Observations

Big Ideas in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 20:54


This week, Sarah talks about screen time recommendations for children playing video games and video games' potential positive effects on cognitive performance. Ryan talks about perspectives on in-class observations for first time educators, sharing impactful experiences that celebrates rookie teachers. Tune in! Don't just listen, join the conversation! Tweet us at @AcademicaMedia or with the hashtag #BigIdeasinEducation with questions or new topics you want to see discussed. Articles:https://thehill.com/changing-america/enrichment/education/3702176-video-gaming-may-be-associated-with-better-cognitive-performance-in-children/ https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2797596https://www.edweek.org/teaching-learning/opinion-the-most-important-thing-principals-can-do-in-a-teacher-observation/2022/10?utm_source=tw&utm_medium=soc&utm_campaign=edit Hosts: Ryan Kairalla (@ryankair); Sarah Boulos Fye (@readwithfye)Producer: Ross Ulysse

Deb & Kev Pod
Ep. 233 Impactful Employee Kudos & The Rotary Club

Deb & Kev Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 63:24


New month, new week, new Monday podcast that has Deb & Kev talking about;- Kevs Rotary Club experience- Debs journey to finding the sprinklers- Recognizing Your Employees in an impactful way- What's Deb?!- What's for dinner?!- What they are both thankful for this week   As always, special thanks to Lauren Taylor for the episode art work and Gwyneth Galvin and BenSound www.bensound.com for providing the voiceover and music for the intro and outro!

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
346. The Habits of an Impactful Digital Fundraiser - Jon McCoy, CFRE, Becky Endicott, CFRE and Caroline Griffin

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 30:35 Transcription Available


Welcome back to our Friday Series: The Habits of an Impactful Fundraiser. This week we're chatting about the ins and outs of digital marketing and user experience with Marketer on a Mission Caroline Griffin who's breaking down the Habits of an Impactful Digital Strategist. We're bringing tips, case studies and the Do's/Dont's for a modern fundraiser. Caroline's tips are

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
11-4-22 - Hour 1 - Which injury has been most impactful for BYU this season?

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 59:26


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Supporting online connections: what I learned after trying to find impactful opportunities by Clifford

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 23:55


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Supporting online connections: what I learned after trying to find impactful opportunities, published by Clifford on November 4, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. I've been exploring ideas for how the Forum could help people make a valuable connection over the course of 4+ months. In this doc, I share the different areas I've been thinking about, how promising I think they are and what I've learnt about them. Overall, I don't think any of the ideas meet the bar for focusing on connections via an online platform. My bar for an idea was that it could facilitate roughly an EAG's worth of quality-adjusted connections each year (~10,000). I'm now more excited about meeting this bar by targeting high-value outcomes (e.g. collaborations, jobs), even if that means a lower number of total connections. I cover: Overall take Why did we explore connections? What ideas have we explored? FAQ: Why don't you build a year-round Swapcard? Other ideas we didn't explore Overall take I'm more excited about targeting high-value outcomes that come from connections (e.g. collaborations, jobs) rather than trying to broadly facilitate conversations online. I wanted to find a product that could plausibly match a single EAG (Effective Altruism Global) in terms of the number of connections made in a year. A single EAG costs roughly 2 FTEs a year to run (excluding other costs) If Sarah (my colleague) and I are choosing what to work on, you could imagine that the alternative we're trying to beat or match is running another EAG. Note: this is a relatively ambitious target. I think it would be more achievable to build something that's still cost-effective but which has less potential for scale. For example, some of the ideas I explore below would be much more cost-effective than an EAG, because it's much cheaper to run online services than in-person conferences but would generate far fewer connections. [Related Forum post.] I've found it hard to compete with EAG on number of “connections”, where a connection means someone you feel you can ask a favour of (likely after a half-hour conversation). At an EAG, each attendee makes an average of 8 connections via lots of 1:1 chats in an environment (in-person) optimised for good conversations. To match this, we'd need 10% of our monthly active readership to make 4 connections a year, which isn't crazy but feels like a stretch as only 8% of that number have ever sent a message on the forum. I think it might be easier to compete with EAG on the downstream effects of connections, e.g. a person ended up collaborating on a paper, a person ended up getting hired. My best guess is that EAGs get outcomes like this for something like 1-5% of connections. I think it's much easier for the Forum to get 100-500 additional concrete outcomes (like collaborations or jobs) a year, than 10k connections. The rest of this contains details on what we explored, why and our assessment of each idea. Why did we explore connections? We thought we should work on connections because: Connections are valuable They are cited as an important reason that people get involved in EA in the Open Phil EA/Longtermist Survey 35% of people said personal contact with EAs was important for them getting involved 38% said personal contacts had the largest influence on their personal ability to have a positive impact We had some evidence that people are making valuable connections through the Forum, even though the Forum wasn't designed well for this The 2020 EA Survey revealed that a surprising number of people found connections through the EA Forum 5.9% of people said they found a valuable connection through the Forum, where 11.3% said this of EAG (an event optimised for connections) Having followed up with a subset of the forum users who said this, I think it's more like that ~2% of respondent...

The Digital Executive
Transformational Leader Bringing Impactful Change to Wall Street with Executive Dwight Harris Jr. | Ep 564

The Digital Executive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 9:14


Innovator and Master Executor, Dwight Harris Jr., joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast. He shares some of the positive change he is bringing to his Fortune 100 and Wall Street clients in the form of transformation, using tools and methodologies like Lean Six Sigma, Project Management, Change Management, and Robotic Process Automation.

MSVIBES
Your healing journey is impactful!

MSVIBES

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 14:47


Speak about your heal, expose your wounds, set out to find you! It all begins with you! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast
Is YouTube Risky as a Career? with Caroline Winkler

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 52:54


I discovered Caroline's channel not too long ago because her channel has grown so quickly! In January of 2022, she had 3,000 subscribers. Now, she has nearly 300,000 subscribers!  Caroline's channel is about interior design and she also mixes in a lot of vlogs. In this interview, Caroline was very candid in sharing her struggles with identity as a creator, and finding the balance between creating content that will serve your audience, but also will fulfill you as a creator. I loved getting to know Caroline and I know you will too! Click HERE to watch this interview on YouTube Full show notes at erikavieira.net ---------- Love the podcast? Got some feedback you want to share? Want to request your favorite YouTuber?  Fill out the YTPH listener survey HERE  

Everything is Personal
How to Give an Impactful Presentation and Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

Everything is Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 55:08


Brenden Kumarasamy joining EIP to discuss how to give an effective presentation and overcome your fear of public speaking. Despite all the presentations I've given over my life, I still remember how scared I was to post my first YouTube video. I didn't look like anything in my workshops or presentations, but I went ahead with this project for one reason. Impact. A wise friend once told me that I couldn't possibly coach every human being on Earth with the limited time I had in my life, so I needed to go on video to share my message with the world. I got over my fear, practiced 100's of times on camera until I was finally able to say that I was “YouTube Ready”. All's to say that when you care about others and only want to add value, you'll be able to overcome any fear/obstacle in the service of others. - Brenden Kumarasamy, Founder of MasterTalk

Lead Thru Values
62. What Value Are YOU Bringing Today?

Lead Thru Values

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 4:21


Have you ever asked yourself this? What value am I bringing to this conversation today?  Hey, Team welcome back to Lead Thru Values. This podcast exists to help you ensure that every person on your team has the skills, knowledge and confidence to do their job exceptionally well. And today's podcast is a new, short form version that I'm calling Lessons From The Training Room, where I share a powerful real-world leadership examples with you from my work with executives, business owners and managers. Today's topic is reflective… it's designed to cause you think about the impact you're making today. Because there are a lot of people in leadership roles out there who are just going through the motions… just checking the boxes… just trying to make it through the day and through the week. But if you have the burden of leadership… and yes, I specifically said burden — not privilege — then this might hit home for you, or for others on your team. So go and teach it. Before you send that next email… Before you have your next 1:1 with a team member… Before you start your next team meeting… Pause long enough and ask yourself this IMPACTFUL question: What value am I bringing to this conversation? Truly, this 5-second “Snicker's moment” might be the difference between: A misunderstanding or clearly communicated action steps; A disengaged, unmotivated employee or an engaged, motivated employee; A missed opportunity to listen or a new idea that will save your company thousands of dollars (or more!); Giving the impression the person(s) on the other side of the conversation are just part of a machine, or showing them their value and your appreciation of it.  Again, ask yourself, “What value am I bringing to this conversation?” And before you tell yourself, “I got this!” maybe you want to slow down and consider what questions you can ask to learn… instead of what items you want to tell. If you're serious about building a competitive edge over your competition, you'll need a system that ensures the right conversations are happening between managers and employees. Because… Conversations create clarity.  Clarity produces action.  Action drives results.  If you want to learn more about how to guarantee the right conversations are happening in your company, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me directly at 319-929-2604 for a free, no obligation conversation. I'm James Mayhew and I'll catch you next time on LTV. 

eLABorate Topics
Episode 42: How to Move from a Technical Expert to An Impactful Leader

eLABorate Topics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 28:26


Have you always wanted to make an impact for yourself your team and your lab, but you find yourself keep falling back in overwhelm, self- doubt and just plain not knowing what to do? In this episode of eLABorate Topics podcast, Lona Small discussed ways in which lab leaders can achieve their goals as an impactful leader.   Lona discussed 5 Ways to invest in yourself in order to be an impactful leader. 1.    Be clear on the outcomes you want to have for yourself , your team and any other areas of your life.2.    Invest in the training, coaching, education or whatever is needed to get you to the outcomes you need.3.    Invest in your physical Strength and physical attributes4.    Invest in your Mental Fitness5.    Make Fun a Priority        Lona discussed the importance of Mental Fitness and how mental fitness will help in areas of productivity, wellness, relationships and so much more. Listen to the full episode to find out the details of investing in yourself and being an impactful leader. Be one of the 10 people to get access to Lona in the Free 1 and 1 coaching where she will help you: ·      Create a crystal-clear vision for “ultimate success” as an impactful leader, so you know exactly what you want, where you're          headed, and what you need to make it happen.·      Uncover hidden challenges that may be sabotaging your ability to make changes that last or that are slowing down your                  progress.·      You'll leave the session renewed, re- energized, and inspired to finally achieve the change you seek once and for all.·      If you'd like to take advantage of this very special, very limited , and Totally Free 1 HR, Leadership Impact, coaching session, ·      Reach out to Lona at lonasmall@lonasmall.com or private message me on LinkedIn. Lona Gordon Small Follow hashtag #YouAreAnImportantPartOfTheWhole on LinkedIn  We are happy to announce that you can also hear eLABorate Topics on LabVine You can register on Labvinelearning.com for free and you will get access to this show.  Be an eLABorate Supporter! 1.    Listen on directimpactbroadcasting.com, Spotify, Apple Podcast, or your favorite podcast platform2.    Don't forget to subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook so you never miss an episode! 3.    Be sure to leave a comment, and share it with fellow medical laboratory professionals!4.    Join our eLABorate Topics Group on LinkedIn5.    Leave us a Video Review and we will feature you on our Social Media: Video Review Be a Guest on our show!If you have a leadership or laboratory message to share and would like to be a guest on the show, please reach out to us by completing the guest interest form or send us an e-mail at elaboratetopics@directimpactbroadcasting.com. Please tune in next week to hear another amazing episode of eLABorate Topics!  

Lead and Lift
Tiersa Hall: Building Impactful Relationships

Lead and Lift

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:36


Tiersa Hall: Building Impactful RelationshipsAbout Tiersa Hall:  Tiersa Hall is Owner of Impactful Imprints,   A Training & HR Consulting Firm that provides quality training, coaching, culture transformation and other professional services for leaders and organizations.  She is a Forbes HR Council Expert, Certified Master Trainer, Coach, and Speaker, and  A Proud Autism Advocate.In this episode, Chabidaye and Tiersa discuss: Relationships are worth itCreating a positive culture Focusing on relationships Your gift is a light in the darkKey Takeaways: Every leader has the responsibility to be building relationships. Prioritize connection. It's not always going to be efficient, but it's always going to be worth it. To create a positive culture, you need to encourage an open environment where people can speak freely, teach people to read each others' needs, and always be open to listening to them. Building connections in the workplace doesn't have to be complicated, you just need to be intentional and consistent. Connect to people in simple ways, include them in the building of a culture of connection, and strive to always connect with people in a unique way. People in the world right now are in a dark room, looking for something. Your gift is the light that will take them to where they want to go and find what they need to find. "Culture is sometimes hard to manage. It's hard to measure in terms of monetary or in terms of productivity. But you certainly can measure the impact when it's not there." —  Tiersa HallAccess Tiersa's FREE guide, “5 Keys to Levelling Up Professionally”, by clicking on this link: https://tiersahall.com/landing-page-1 Connect with Tiersa Hall: Website: www.tiersahall.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiersahallFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/tiersahallInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiersahallTwitter: https://twitter.com/HallTiersaCONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/Website: https://leadandlift.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it. 

The Development Debrief
112. Karen Osborne: Board Diversification and Impactful Stewardship

The Development Debrief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 38:58


Almost a decade ago, I met Karen Osborne at my first ever CASE conference. Today, I have privilege of picking her brain on two very important topics—board diversification and stewardship. Karen and I agree that the overall thread we continue to pull in this episode is about being planful with everything you do. Karen believes in the power of philanthropy, generosity, and service. She built her career around these passions not only as a major and principal gifts officer, vice president, speaker, teacher, consultant, and coach, but also as a donor, volunteer, and board member. For eighteen of Karen's forty-four professional years, she held leadership positions–Director of Major Gifts, Director of Development, and VP for College Advancement–at colleges and universities. For the past 26 years, Karen served first as President and now Senior Strategist at The Osborne Group, an international management, consulting, and training firm. Karen enjoys a rich volunteer life. The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) awarded her the Crystal Apple for Outstanding Teaching and Public Speaking, and the Ashmore Award for Outstanding Service to the Profession. In addition to volunteering for professional organizations, she serves on the governing board of Easterseals Florida. Karen is a suspense and mystery writer. Getting It Right, Akashic Books, published in June 2017. Award-winning and best-selling Tangled Lies, Black Rose Writing, launched July 22, 2021. Reckonings, Black Rose Writing, released June 16, 2022. Her weekly video Vlog, What Are You Reading? What Are You Writing? showcases authors and other creatives. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/devdebrief/support

Mom & Mind
241: From Pregnancy Anxiety to Making Impactful Change for New Parents with Anne Wanlund

Mom & Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 45:34


Even in our modern world, we still have progress to make in terms of education around pregnancy, motherhood, and maternal mental health. Education and information are key in keeping parents from feeling blindsided and helping them feel supported when issues arise. Out of her personal motherhood experience, my guest is making an impact in the world for today's new mothers. Join us to learn more! Anne Wanlund is a new mom who has been working in maternal/child health for most of her career, primarily in East Africa. Besides her work in maternal and child nutrition, she has been active in other humanitarian work in various corners of the world. She's with us to share her story of being caught off guard in trying to manage her anxiety and mood during her pregnancy and postpartum. Through her experiences, she realized there was a huge neglected part of maternal mental health of which she was not aware, so Anne decided to dedicate her life to this issue through Canopie, a social impact company focused on preventing and addressing common maternal mental health conditions. In this episode, she shares her work today and what she wishes other moms knew about maternal mental health. Like me, Anne desires for more parents to know about these conditions so they know what options they have and what help is available.  Show Highlights: How Anne came to the work she does today with nutrition programs for mothers and babies in East Africa and the US Highlights of Anne's personal pregnancy experience in managing her anxiety How pregnant Anne was shamed by her doctor upon returning to the US from Rwanda How Anne felt much compassion for other moms and babies but didn't allow herself the same compassion Why we don't realize the distinction between those who are there to clinically assess and those who provide care How Anne realized that something wasn't right in her pregnancy but never found the support she needed at the time How society pressures us into thinking we aren't supposed to ask for help What Anne wishes every mom knew about motherhood and support What Anne wishes our society would do differently around maternal mental health A look at the work of Canopie to prevent isolation and offer support in motherhood Resources: Connect with Anne and Canopie:  LinkedIn and Canopie Visit www.postpartum.net for resources! Visit www.postpartum.net/professionals/certificate-trainings/ for information on the grief course.   Visit my website, www.wellmindperinatal.com, for more information, resources, and courses you can take today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Copywriters Podcast
More Impact in Every Sentence

Copywriters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022


Today's show is our attempt to answer this question: How do you add more impact to every single sentence? It started last week when I read this article from The Economist. It's a British magazine, and it used to be my favorite. I hardly read it at all anymore. But… I was scrolling through Twitter and the AKA, also called the All-Knowing Algorithm, served up an ad for an article in The Economist with the headline, “What to Read To Become a Better Writer.” So, I clicked. You know, many people say that the AKA knows even more than Google! The article starts with a very strange picture. Three women at an outdoor café. Two are having a drink, laughing, having a great time. The third one is writing on an old-fashioned portable manual typewriter. Scowling and trying desperately to concentrate while her friends are partying. I have always thought the British have a strange way of looking at things. The article recommends five books. I cherry-picked some tips from three of them that would be especially useful for copywriters when you want to add more impact to your writing. The main thing I was looking at when I was cherry-picking these ideas from more than 1,000 pages of books is: What's going to give each sentence in your copy more impact? I know a lot of people recommend power words or startling statements, but a reader can only take so much of those things. Too much electric intensity can wear out a reader. For most of your copy, what's important is clarity and momentum. Clarity often comes from leaving things out or fine-tuning some of the words you use. Momentum comes from moving your reader emotionally, which is what we usually think of as entertainment. In movies, novels and songs, that emotional movement comes from the reader's or listener's reaction to a story about someone or something else. In copy, we focus on something else: The readers themselves. People get moved when they think about something wrong in their lives, and they get just as moved, though in another direction, when they think about getting something they want that they couldn't get before now. The books I went through are not copywriting books, and so they cover things that are different from what we're concerned about when we write copy. But there's one area of nearly 100% overlap: Impact. Writing that keeps the reader reading. And that's what I was looking for when I got these tips for you. I found the best stuff from three books, and we'll put links to them in the show notes. They are: On Writing Well, by William Zinsser. I first read this book nearly 50 years ago, when I was a journalist. I've come to appreciate it more over the years, and have assigned it to mentoring clients to polish up their writing skills. Other copywriting teachers also assign this book. It's mostly for journalists and business writers, but many of his ideas work for copy, too. The second book I learned about in the Economist article: Style Lessons in Clarity and Grace, by Joseph M. Williams and Joseph Bizup. The two Josephs go into a lot of depth about little things that make a big difference. We'll cover a few of those things today. The third book, I didn't like a whole lot, even though the writer of the Economist article did. I don't think there was too much we could use, but there was one very important thing in there. So I'm not recommending it, but I'll include a link just in case it piques your curiosity. It's called A Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century, by Steven Pinker. Book Links: On Writing Well, by William Zinsser https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0090RVGW0 Style Lessons in Clarity and Grace, by Joseph M. William and Joseph Bizup https://www.amazon.com/dp/0134080416 The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century by Steven Pinker https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00INIYG74/ Download.

EdTech Speaks
032 Impactful Thought Leaders in EdTech with Josh Chernikoff

EdTech Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 45:12


Another wonderful guest was interviewed on the EdTech Speaks podcast! Josh Chernikoff is an innovative entrepreneur, advisor, and strategist with 20+ years of experience in education, broadcast journalism, sales, marketing, and communications. Throughout these experiences, he has demonstrated success in founding, growing, and successfully exiting two education companies.With these wins came the need for something bigger. Josh set out to serve other entrepreneurs in the education space through Cascade Communications. He and his team support businesses, founders, and CEOS in advising and developing, thought leadership, content creation, lead generation, and more.He says, "If real estate is all about location, growing a business is all about relationships. We teach the listeners how to nurture relationships, give first, and watch their impact/revenue grow."Learn more and connect with Josh here:https://www.facebook.com/cascadegohttps://www.instagram.com/cascadego.co/https://twitter.com/cascade_gohttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXfAxLHNUA8g8omQdTjedpQwww.cascadego.co www.joshchernikoff.com Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Emergency Management Network Podcast

When you think about great leaders, who comes to mind?Impactful figures like George Washington and Martin Luther King Jr., or perhaps Winston Churchill and John F. Kennedy, might come to mind.But defining what truly marks these historic icons as good leaders proves a bit more challenging. Was it simply their position that made them good leaders, or was it something more?While we've all experienced leadership in our lives, we are rarely asked to define “what is a leader.” Answers vary from organizations, individuals, and situations, making leadership qualities even more elusive to pinpoint.What do you think about the next step in your career? This conversation explores the definition and qualities of leadership, how it differs from management, and tips for becoming a better leader.I had the privilege of sitting with Jacki Koci Tamayo, an emerging leader in the emergency management space, and Brian Colburn, a leading podcast producer. Get full access to The Emergency Management Network at emnetwork.substack.com/subscribe

Be Impactful by Impact Fashion
It's Be Impactful's 3rd Birthday!

Be Impactful by Impact Fashion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 123:27


On this special anniversary episode we celebrate the third birthday of this podcast! I'll share my thoughts on this milestone and some of my favorite and the most important bits of the episodes from this past year. Thank you to everyone who came on the show and listened over this past year. Without you, I'd just be a girl talking to her computer. To hear more episodes, subscribe and head over to Impactfashionnyc.com/blog/podcast. Be Impactful is presented by Impact Fashion, your destination for all things size inclusive modest fashion  

Secret Sonics
Secret Sonics 164 - Sam Pura - Launching Bands with Impactful Records

Secret Sonics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 103:57 Very Popular


Sam Pura is a record producer, audio engineer, and mixing engineer based out of Fremont, CA, USA! In our chat, Sam shares his unique approach to making records; how he reamps guitars, tunes drums, mixes, and edits every single transient on the recording! We chat about making sure the music is excellent before worrying about the business, mixing with impact, caring too much about projects, and so much more! Check it out!You can learn more about Sam at https://www.thepandastudios.com/You can follow Sam on Social MediaIG - https://www.instagram.com/sampura/***Thanks to our sponsors!***Save 20% off your first year of Filepass at - https://filepass.com/secretsonicsSave 50% off your first 3 months of Easy Funnels at - https://easyfunnels.io/secret-sonicsClick here to listen to "Thanks for Thinking" - https://www.carlbahner.com/thanks-for-thinking ***Join the Secret Sonics Discord community here(!) - discord.gg/UP97b72W6tYou can listen to the song we discussed in the "Sauce" segment here: "DEATHWESTERN" by SPIRITWORLD - https://youtu.be/4lSSzMZg0oEReferences:Purified Audio (Sam's Plugins) - https://purafied.com/Eric Valentine - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_ValentineThomas Pridgen - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_PridgenJason Suecof - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_SuecofConsider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the podcast theme music!Thanks to Gavi Kutliroff for helping edit this episode!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.co Have a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben

Today in Health IT
Today: Most Impactful EHR Changes to Reduce Clinician Burnout

Today in Health IT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 12:52 Transcription Available


Art Nicholas put a post out on LinkedIN that got the discussion started. This is based on a Becker's article you can find here. https://lnkd.in/gxGN35aV Here are my thoughts.

Field Gulls: for Seattle Seahawks fans
Well hello there, Rookie! The impactful Seahawks rookie class.

Field Gulls: for Seattle Seahawks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 35:34


Host Dayna O'Gorman welcomes Brandan Shulze from the Seahawkers podcast to break down the impact the 2022 rookie class is having on the Seattle Seahawks. With six members of the draft class starting, just how good can they become? Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM | RSS Help support the show with a yearly or recurring monthly donation: patreon.com/flock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast
REPLAY: The True Story of True Crime YouTube Channels with Stephanie Harlowe

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 52:58


This week's episode is a replay from one of our most downloaded episodes! Episode #234 with Stephanie Harlowe aired on September 3, 2020 Stephanie Harlowe has the reputation for having some of the most well-researched and thought-out true crime videos on YouTube, putting a great emphasis on leaving the viewer with no questions about the case. Since gaining a following on YouTube, Stephanie has been featured on Investigation Discovery's The Missing Pieces. It is her goal to give a voice to the voiceless, and raise awareness about true crime cases both large and small. CLICK HERE to read the show notes! CLICK HERE to watch this interview on YouTube! ---------- Love the podcast? Got some feedback you want to share? Want to request your favorite YouTuber?  Fill out the YTPH listener survey HERE  

Raw Beauty Talks
The 5 Most Impactful Things I've Done for My Health

Raw Beauty Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 44:09


After over two years of podcasting we've covered A LOT on this show with honest conversations on everything from mental health, wellness, beauty, body image and so much more. Health and wellness can sometimes feel overwhelming trying to navigate through all the noise to uncover what's right for your body. In this episode, Erin reflects on the top 5 most impactful things she's done to support her health and wellness. She's dabbled in everything from cleanses to botox to intuitive eating and celery juice (that one didn't stick btw) but there are a few things that really moved the needle and she's laying it all out there for you.

Women Who Lead
Impactful Leaders | Renee Gonzales, Tamara J. Maddente and Melanie Weidenbach - 018

Women Who Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 55:41


In today's episode of Women Who Lead, our host, Teresa Palacios Smith, is joined by three powerful leaders to talk about creating a positive work environment, taking risks, and overcoming bias.  Meet the leaders Melanie Weidenbach -  COO at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate Tammy J. Maddente - President First Weber Inc. Reneé Gonzales - Chief Executive Officer at Long Realty Company How the leaders got started in real estate Reneé started in a mortgage organization working as a loan officer. 22 years ago she got the opportunity to move to Tucson and work for Long Companies where she now serves as CEO.  Tammy started her career in retail and found very quickly that she loved helping people put together their wardrobes. She discovered her love for service and was recommended by a close family friend to start doing real estate.  Melanie was introduced to real estate through family relations and spent the first part of her career on the title and escrow side of the business. She now serves as COO at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate and Real Estate Professionals in Oregon and Washington, overseeing all aspects of operations. What's the secret to creating a great work environment? There is no secret about it, Tammy recommends getting out of your corporate office and in front of your people. Treat everyone with respect and make a point of listening to your staff.  Positively impacting people's lives in any way possible. Make everyone you interact with feel important and a part of the goal.  Have an authentic desire to serve and surround yourself with people who share the same philosophies. Spend the majority of your time in the field with your staff.  What has been a life-changing event for the leaders? Reneé remembers early in her career when she was 22 years old and was given a chance by her leaders to oversee mortgage operations. This changed her career and gave her an opportunity to prove herself.  The great recession had a massive impact on Melanie because she had employees looking to her for answers. She was able to lead during adversity and also reinvent the way her organization ran.  20 years ago Tammy found herself in a boardroom with 10 men signing papers to become a full partner. At this time there were not a lot of women in executive leadership. This experience motivated her to prove herself every single day.  What is the biggest risk they have taken?  Tammy says she takes risks every day and that if you want to be successful in your field, you need to be willing to take risks.  Reneé's biggest risk is the same experience she shared as her life-changing event… and jumping out of an airplane.  Melanie's biggest risk was pivoting her career into a new path.  What advice would you give to your younger self? Don't let anybody else define you and learn to draw boundaries.  When a problem surfaces, address it immediately. Learn to make difficult decisions and act.  Choose to do something you are passionate about and commit to it. It won't always be easy but it will be worth it.  You can do anything that you want to do as long as you work hard and continue to move forward.  How have you overcome bias? Tammy says that a powerful man is admired and a powerful woman walks a fine line. As a young woman trying to start an organization, Reneé faced lots of discrimination. Her advice is to earn people's respect by going above and beyond.  Melanie has overcome bias by blocking out the noise and putting in the extra effort.  The leaders' favorite quotes “Unless you puke, die, or faint - keep going” “It always seems impossible until it's done” “Never chase the money. Chase authentic accomplishment.” “It doesn't matter who gets the credit. You need to let go of your ego, ego is overdressed insecurity” Remember, always bring women up the ladder with you as you climb to the top. For more great content from Teresa, connect with her on LinkedIn, join her Women Who Lead Series on Facebook and subscribe to her YouTube channel. You can find more episodes of Women Who Lead on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and anywhere else podcasts can be found. This episode is brought to you in part by Venus et Fleur. Are you looking for a great way to show appreciation to family, friends, or even customers? Give them a floral arrangement they won't forget anytime soon. These beautiful arrangements make the perfect closing gift for any realtor to stay top of mind. Visit venusetfleur.com and use code “hsoa20” when ordering for 20% off.

Marketing Against The Grain
How to Win Like The Redeem Team (Marketing Movies)

Marketing Against The Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 30:23 Very Popular


How can a sports documentary teach you valuable business lessons? This documentary teaches you IMPACTFUL lessons on the power of building an A+ culture, understanding your opponent's perception of you, how to pivot your marketing when your style is copied, knowing the rules of the game to succeed, and more! Links Mentioned: The Redeem Team documentary https://www.netflix.com/title/81452996  Rewatchables podcast https://www.theringer.com/the-rewatchables  We're on Social Media! Follow us for everyday marketing wisdom straight to your feed Twitter: https://twitter.com/matgpod  TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@matgpod  Thank you for tuning into Marketing Against The Grain! Don't forget to hit subscribe and follow us on Apple Podcasts (so you never miss an episode)! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/marketing-against-the-grain/id1616700934   If you love this show, please leave us a 5-Star Review https://link.chtbl.com/h9_sjBKH and share your favorite episodes with friends. We really appreciate your support. Host Links: Kipp Bodnar, https://twitter.com/kippbodnar   Kieran Flanagan, https://twitter.com/searchbrat  ‘Marketing Against The Grain' is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.

The Root of Power - Stress Less, Banish Anxiety & Live Happy, Intuitively and Confident
Your Vulnerability Is Your Magic: How To Build An Impactful Brand through Honesty - Interview With Brand Builder Tanya Grant

The Root of Power - Stress Less, Banish Anxiety & Live Happy, Intuitively and Confident

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 81:52


Free Stuff: https://livemyhappyhealth.com/free Heal People Pleasing: https://livemyhappyhealth.com/becominglight Website: https://www.tngdesigns.co.uk/ IG/FB: @tngcreates Your branding is not your logo friend, nor is it your marketing. "Ok, Amanda, what is it then?" Your branding is how your business feels, the little intricate details that make your business your business. Brainding is personal, and in order to brand correctly you have to be willing to be vulnerable and open. This creates commonality and a chance for your audience to say "me too" and then you get resonance. Tanya and I discuss how to create messaging that resonates with your ideal audience, the gift of being open to receiving inspiration and how to use vulnerability as a super power in building and crafting your message.

Hooked in New England
Impactful Angler Series: Striped Survival's Hunter Thayer, Surfcasting's Striper Savior

Hooked in New England

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 75:24


Hunter Thayer does lives in a part of the world known for its old boats and its rocks. Specifically, the boat is The Mayflower, and the rock is Plymouth Rock. But Hunter's interest lies more in fishing swimming around the rocks than in old dudes in weird hats with buckles carving numbers into boulders. And he cares about big fish. Big striped fish. Catching them, setting them free, and figuring out how to keep them around for a long, long time. He cares so much that he started his conservation website filled with information about how to catch them, how to release them and how to make yourself a damned good angler. On top of that, he writes for various publications, and he builds his own striper plugs. Hunter is a striped bass Renaissance Man, on a one-person quest to do all he can for our beloved fish. Get in touch with Hunter! www.stripedsurvivalinc.om On Instagram: @stripedsurvival Products we mentioned and love! GT Eels from Gravity Tackle: www.gravitytackle.com IslandX Lures - Mike loves the Hellfire 180 Floating in Sand Eel: https://islandxlures.com/ Zinger Baits on Instagram: @zinger.baits Make A Difference www.menhadendefenders.com www.stripersforever.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Integrate & Ignite Podcast
Episode 424: Messaging and Positioning that Becomes a Magnet for Customer Acquisition with Sandy Gerber of the NEXT Marketing Agency

Integrate & Ignite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 27:40


Impactful messaging and positioning that becomes a magnet for customer acquisition with host Lori Jones and her guest Sandy Gerber of NEXT Marketing Agency on episode one of this two-part series on the Integrate & Ignite Marketing Podcast.

Govlaunch Podcast
Paris, FR focusing on resiliency to drive impactful and equitable policing

Govlaunch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 23:30


With police forces in many local governments coming under major scrutiny, we'll hear how one government is looking at risk management, crisis management, internal audit, and ultimately ways to improve resiliency to drive impactful and equitable policing.Featured government:  Paris, FranceEpisode Guest: Inès Boubaker, Risk Manager, Paris City HallVisit govlaunch.com for more stories and examples of local government innovation.

Empower Apps
Impactful Development with Maxim Cramer

Empower Apps

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 37:58


Guest Maxim Cramer - mennenia.comTwitter @mennenia Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-xWEdAaOTcRelated Episodes Episode 101 - How to Learn New APIs with Stewart Lynch - Part 1 Episode 102 - How to Learn New APIs with Stewart Lynch - Part 2 Related Links Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Heath BrothersSponsorsStream - Free In-App Messaging SDK & UI Kits for iOS/SwiftStream Chat is the easiest way to add messaging to your iOS app. High-level UI components connect the Stream Chat API with minimal coding.  Try Stream Chat free for 30 days https://gstrm.io/empowerapps or  apply for your Maker Account, free forever for qualifying teams https://gstrm.io/empowerappsmaker Try for freeBushel - the macOS virtual machine app for developersI'm looking for beta testers! For developers who want to be rigorous and uncompromising in their app testing. You can set up your virtual machine for almost any configuration, from a fresh, factory reset of the Ventura beta all the way back to Big Sur. Test, simulate, roll back and debug apps and scripts however you need to without worrying about destroying your machine. If you want to be invited to our first TestFlight, or even if you just want updates on Bushel, sign up at the website, and we will get in touch with you.swiftpackageindex.com is the place to find Swift packages.  over 5,000 packages indexed now, you'll find a package that can help.  help you make better decisions about your dependencies.  host DocC-based documentation for package authors. You can see how well maintained every package is, what platforms and Swift versions it's compatible with based on real-world build data, how many other dependencies it will bring in and much more. Unlike an open-source library, running an open-source website requires ongoing time for maintenance and supporting package authors in addition to the time we spend on new features. Our work is primarily funded by you - the Swift communityIf the site has helped you find a package, or if you want to support a community-run open-source project, please go to swiftpackageindex.com, look for the pink heart, and join over a hundred other people who support our work through GitHub sponsors.Impact Development Why developer happiness gets in the way The widening gap between founder and developer Startup thinking vs Enterprise approach Taking Shortcuts Supporting other engineers on your team Dealing with difficult founders Importance of Communication Also how can you learn to talk backwards!Social MediaEmailleo@brightdigit.comGitHub - @brightdigitTwitter BrightDigit - @brightdigitLeo - @leogdionLinkedInLeoCreditsMusic from https://filmmusic.io"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Sales Gravy: Jeb Blount
The Work Compression Model & Trading Productivity for Time

Sales Gravy: Jeb Blount

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 9:16


They say you can't make more time. On this episode of the Sales Gravy Podcast, I challenge you to consider how you can make more time through improvements in sales productivity and reinventing the way that you work. I want you to take a moment and think back to the early days of the pandemic. You were likely working at home because everything was locked down.  Then fast forward a couple of months to the summer of 2020. Sales teams were hitting all time records. Many individual sales professionals were selling more and earning more than ever before.  The secret to their success? They were suddenly more productive. Sellers were getting more done, in less time, with better outcomes because all of the distractions that typically took them away from high impact sales activities were gone.  The Three Choices Each moment of your sales day you make one of three choices about time. You can do: Trivial things like watch cat videos.  Important things like entering data into the CRM or responding to e-mail. Impactful things that generate revenue growth. The most impactful thing you can do is put new opportunities into the pipeline and then advance those opportunities through the pipeline. If you're an account manager, you make an impact by expanding and retaining your accounts.  Impact = Productivity The equation for productivity is: Efficiency + Effectiveness = Productivity Simply put, the key to productivity is getting more done, in less time, with better outcomes. That's how you win in sales. It is also the key to making more time in your life for the things that really matter. Time Leakers I'm always shocked by just how much time sales professionals waste.  For example, a recent study demonstrated that salespeople leak two to three hours each day from distractions - little things like looking down at their phone when it buzzes, beeps, or the screen lights up.  At one point in my career, I was the number one sales professional in my company with a high six-figure income to show for it. I was able to accomplish this by working hard for about 10 hours a week because I allowed no leakage of time. I sold more more, in less time than my peers who wasted an extraordinary amount of time on superfluous activities. This afforded me time to invest with my family and in other pursuits.  If you take an honest look at your own day, you're likely leaking time everywhere. When I'm working with sales professionals on productivity improvement initiatives, I'll often break their day apart into blocks and demonstrate how they can get their normal eight to ten hours of work accomplished in five to six hours through time blocking, attention control, and work compression.  Veterans who have a good handle on their territories and pipeline, can do their job in about four hours a day once they learn how to compress work into short sprints.  Trade Productivity For More Time One of the big things that we learned during the pandemic is the importance of making more quality time in our lives for family, friends, and ourselves.  Yet, now that the pandemic has ended, the workplace is quickly snapping back from the days of work from home productivity to trading time for money. In other words, the boss or the company dictates an "8 hour day" or "5 day work week" and therefore we expand our work into those constructs regardless of how long it actually takes to get the work done.  In sales, at least in field sales, you have much more autonomy with how you manage your time than most employees. Because of this, you have the unique luxury to break free from the time for money handcuffs and begin trading productivity for more time. If you make the choice to become disciplined with time and your sales day, so that you accomplish more impactful work, in less time with greater outcomes, you'll quickly make time to do the fun things in your life that really matter.  Protect Your Career

PMO Strategies
174: Asking This Question is a Bad Idea (Part 2)

PMO Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 21:18


Welcome to the PMO Strategies Podcast + Blog, where PMO leaders become IMPACT Drivers! .fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 20px;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}@media only screen and (max-width:640px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}.fusion-body .fusion-flex-container.fusion-builder-row-1{ padding-top : 0px;margin-top : 0px;padding-right : 0px;padding-bottom : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;padding-left : 0px;} PMI Talent Triangle: Power Skills (Leadership) .fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-1{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 20px;}.fusion-builder-column-1 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-1{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-1 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}@media only screen and (max-width:640px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-1{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-1 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}.fusion-body .fusion-flex-container.fusion-builder-row-2{ padding-top : 0px;margin-top : 0px;padding-right : 0px;padding-bottom : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;padding-left : 0px;}Hi, IMPACT Driver!  How can you act like the valued business leader you want to be?   As I mentioned last week in Episode 173, business leaders don't ask for permission. They get things done, and the results speak for themselves.   This week, I'm diving further into how waiting for permission is holding you back from making an IMPACT within your role.   It's time to stop blocking your own success and start taking action NOW. Are you up for the challenge?   Then tune in to learn how to start getting things done the right way!   And don't forget to visit Episode 173 for even more discussion on how to stop asking for permission and start elevating your IMPACT. Enjoy!  P.S. Want access to the tools you need to start making IMPACTful business decisions? It's time to join the ONLY program of its kind designed to help you build, elevate, or even rescue your PMO — IMPACT Engine PMO (IEPMO). Check out all the value-packed details and register today: https://pmostrategies.com/iepmo/   Thanks for taking the time to check out the podcast! I welcome your feedback and insights!  I'd love to know what you think and if you love it, please leave a rating and review in your favorite podcast player. Please leave a comment below to share your thoughts. See you online! Warmly, Laura Barnard     .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-1{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}GET NOTIFIED ABOUT NEW EPISODES  .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-2{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO LEARN  .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-3{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}PDU REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS     .fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-2{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;}.fusion-builder-column-2 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-2{width:100% !important;}.fusion-builder-column-2 > .

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
340. Habits of an Impactful Annual Giving Officer - Mike Duerksen

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 47:39 Transcription Available Very Popular


Welcome back to our Friday Series The Habits of an Impactful Fundraiser. This week we're taking on the discussion about the base with Do-Gooder Mike Duerksen, founder of BuildGood who's breaking down Habits of an Impactful Annual Giving Officer. We're bringing tips, case studies and the Do's/Dont's for a modern fundraiser. Tune in✌️Special GuestMike Duerksen, CEO + Founder, BuildGoodEpisode HighlightsIntroducing Mike Duerksen (1:15)What are the big picture questions we need to be asking (4:00)Habits of an impactful Annual Giving Officer (8:55)How to prioritize relationships in this role (20:50)KPI's and success indicators that matter and some that don't matter (34:40)Mental Health Minute (40:40)How to connect with Mike (44:00)For more information and episode details visit: weareforgood.com/episode/340About our Sponsor Neon OneTechnology alone can't solve the challenges nonprofits face. That's why Neon One provides software that empowers you to manage constituents all while giving you the resources and support you need to connect to what matters most - your people and their passions. Learn more about how Neon One is helping nonprofits create stronger connections by visiting neonone.com/weareforgood.About our Sponsor VirtuousYou know we believe Everyone Matters - and we've witnessed the greatest philanthropic movements happen when you both SEE and activate donors at every level, and Virtuous is the platform to help you do just that. It's so much more than a nonprofit CRM. Virtuous helps charities reimagine generosity through responsive fundraising, volunteer management, and online giving,  and we love it because this approach builds trust and loyalty through personalized engagement.Sound like Virtuous might be a fit for your organization? Learn more today at virtuous.org.About our Sponsor GravytyGravyty is your force for good. Their ecosystem of products equips you to engage with your community authentically, increase fundraiser capacity and personalize digital fundraising efforts. Learn more at gravyty.com. About our Sponsor Feathr

Sadhguru's Podcast
Your Activity Naturally Become Impactful if Life Happens to You Profoundly. #DailyWisdom

Sadhguru's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 3:04


Set the context for a joyful, exuberant day with a short, powerful message from Sadhguru. Explore a range of subjects with Sadhguru, discover how every aspect of life can be a stepping stone, and learn to make the most of the potential that a human being embodies. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.orgSadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__appOfficial Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.orgSadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusiveYogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times.

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
874. Last 4 MVPs Looking to Bounce Back & Impactful Players Despite Their Stat Line

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 26:39 Very Popular


Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. To start off, the guys look at the last 4 MVPs and how they lost in Week 6. Next, the pair focus on a team that's defense is doing something unique, the Eagles. To wrap up the show, the duo discuss 4 impactful players despite their stat line. Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast
REPLAY: The Secret to Niching Down on YouTube Without Feeling Trapped with Bianca Renee

The YouTube Power Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 68:07


This week's episode is a replay from one of our most downloaded episodes! Episode #201 with Bianca Renee aired on January 23, 2020 We're going to take a look behind-the-scenes to see how what she learned through her life prepared her for YouTube success, how she was able to turn a viral hit into a consistent channel, her experiences of working with brands like getting her face on an in-store ad, working with a manager and so much more! CLICK HERE to read the show notes! CLICK HERE to watch this interview on YouTube! ---------- Love the podcast? Got some feedback you want to share? Want to request your favorite YouTuber?  Fill out the YTPH listener survey HERE  

Baxter Street Boys
Basketball SZN Preview & Week 8 Picks

Baxter Street Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 44:41


This episode the boys are talkin: Injury update for the Dawgs and the bye week Mike White and what he bring to the table Impactful players for this years hoop dawgs Picks for the Week 8 College football slate

The Darin Olien Show
The Key to Impactful Leadership | Simon Sinek

The Darin Olien Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 52:11


Leadership comes with responsibility. When you become a leader for the wrong reasons, it affects everyone you're supposed to lead. Maybe we've been looking at leadership the wrong way. Simon Sinek, founder of The Optimism Company, host of the podcast A Bit of Optimism, and viral YouTube speaker, breaks down what good leadership actually looks like– and what it truly means to lead. || LINKS ||  https://simonsinek.com/classes | Full Show Notes - https://darinolien.com/the-key-to-impactful-leadership-simon-sinek/