Thank you for tuning into the SeaBros Fishing Podcast!We're back...again! On this episode we sit down and recap our 2021 charter fishing season aboard the Mass Bay Guides' boats (our family's charter fishing business). It was a great season for us. Incredible customers, good fishing, epic battles with big fish and many awesome memories. We tell several fish stories in this one, give our perspective on the 2021 fishing season and we begin to discuss our outlook for 2022... all while trying to get comfortable at a table that we are pretty sure came across the Atlantic on the Mayflower.Thank you all for the support and Happy Thanksgiving!Stay Tight,The Sears BrothersSponsors, Information, and Links from this podcast episode:SponsorsMass Bay Guides (10% Off Bookings Until 12/25/21)Costa SunglassesLT Marine Products (Use promo code: seabros for 10% Off)Black Oak LED (Use promo code: Giantbluefin for 20% Off)Deep Apparel (Use promo code: Seabros35 for 35% Off)SeaBros Swag (Tuna Mark Patch Hats)Use promo code: tuna2020% all apparel until 12/25/21Social MediaSeaBrosFishing: @seabrosfishingMBG Fishing Charters: @massbayguidesBryan: @mbgbryanTaylor: @mbgtaylorSeaBros Fishing WebsiteMass Bay Guides WebsiteSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/seabrosfishing)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/seabrosfishing)
In this week's minipod I do a round up of some bits and bobs that I think you'll really love. From the ultimate eyeshadow palette to a damn good lip balm to an utter treat from Aromatherapy Associates to the perfect SPF for this time of year, it's all in there. Enjoy :0)
David Mooney is joined by Adam Carter from StatCity.co.uk and Jack Gaughan from the Daily Mail to reflect on Manchester City's week. A 2-1 win over PSG and a 3-0 success against Everton dominated the headlines - but the performances are getting better too, especially for Rodri, Cancelo and Sterling. James Jones from the We Are West Ham podcast gives us insight into the Hammers, while Frankie Maguire joins us from All Villa No Filler to preview the trip to Villa Park. Plus, we're looking at some unexpectedly brilliant goals from unlikely sources.
What do Phil Collins, Liam Neeson, Julia Roberts, Bruce Willis and Ben Stiller have in common? [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/11/24130527/DavesWorld_2411.mp3"][/audio] Yes they're all famous, millionaires, hugely successful with careers spanning decades, they've even shared the screen on multiple occasions. But, their connection goes back. Way back to a time when we all wore blazers with the sleeves pushed up. On Dave's World, Dave told us of some of the INCREDIBLE guest stars who once appeared on the hit TV show 'Miami Vice'. You can hear all of the famous names by clicking play above.
Merch drops Friday, November 26th on the Ready Play Shopify store! Support The Ready Play Tennis Podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/readyplaytennis. Things are more strange by the day in world of #WhereIsPengShuai. Aldwin and Jason try to help distill the concerning developments. The guys recap the tour finals for the WTA and ATP and Garbine Muguruza and Sascha Zverev take home the year ending championships. Prep for the Australian swing is underway, and soon tennis fans will know the players who are fully vaccinated, as the government of Victoria, host of the Australian Open will require all who partake, including players, to be fully vaccinated. Will Djoko via for his 10th AO and 21st grand slam title, or bow out due because he's unvaccinated? Connect with us! E: firstname.lastname@example.org IG & TikTok: @readyplaytennispodcast
It's gratitude week, and we wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who's helped us be the longest-running Amazon Advertising podcast in the universe! In this episode, Michael and Nancy, Ad Badger's Chief Joy Officer, thank every guest host of the last year as well as some of YOU! This episode inadvertently became like a greatest hits episode of the last year too, so be sure to check out some of the gold that we appreciate most. We'll see you in The Badger Den! Highlights 0:00 Intro-- The longest running Amazon Advertising podcast in the universe! 2:50 Thank you, Brent Zahradnik! 3:27 Thank you, Noemi Bolojan! 3:50 Thank you, Adam Heist! 4:27 Thank you, Steven Pope! 5:12 Thank you, Destaney Wishon! 5:42 Thank you, Clifford Donovan! 6:01 Thank you, Elizabeth Greene! 6:30 Thank you, Stephen Noch! 7:09 Thank you, Michael Tejeda! 8:15 Thank you, Ryan Hofacre! 8:42 Thank you, Bobby Pulte! 9:25 Thank you, Michael Erickson Facchin! 10:40 Thank you, listeners! 11:20 Thank you, Ad Badger team! 11:50 Thank you for the kind reviews! 12:20 Thank you!! Resources & Links The Dreaded Amazon Data Reporting Delay Thanks for the office, Ryan Moran! How to Use Amazon's New Budget Tab and Report Why Community Matters for Amazon Advertising How to Send Google Ads Traffic to Your Amazon Who to Hire for Your Amazon Growth Team Mini Amazon SEO Series How to Optimize for Total ACOS Goals A Case for Segmenting Branded Keywords Balancing Amazon PPC Optimization and Expansion Getting the Most Out of Amazon PPC Management 10 Tips to Become a Great Amazon PPC Manager 5 Important Factors that Influence Amazon Ranking A Look at Amazon's New Sponsored Display Reports How do I Fix my Decreasing CVR on Amazon? Get the Ad Badger App: https://www.adbadger.com/
Dan Lewkowicz is a seasoned real estate veteran with over 15 years of experience in many facets of the real estate industry. Starting his career “house hacking” he quickly moved on to flip houses in and around metro Detroit and eventually created a company called Renaissance Real Estate Ventures which specializes in the acquisition, financing, renovation, and resale of single-family residential properties in the booming city of Detroit, Michigan.Before joining Encore Real Estate Investment Services, Dan was a Senior Advisor at Fortis Net Lease specializing in commercial real estate investment sales. Dan is also a former business development executive for Amazon in Detroit Michigan. Currently, Dan is director of investment sales at Encore Real Estate Investment Services and specializes in shopping centers, medical office buildings, industrial fulfillment centers, quick service restaurants, and automotive repair and parts stores. Of lesser-known fact, Dan possesses industry-leading knowledge on cannabis cultivation and its impact on the economy in general, and industrial commercial real estate specifically. An expert on Multi-Family and the current economic undercurrents facing this asset class in today's #postcovid world, Dan often expresses the incredible opportunities for investors of all sizes.In our conversation, we discussed:How to find deals on the low inventory marketplacePlaying the principal versus playing the brokerKey metrics of successConnect with Dan Lewkowicz:https://capitalgainstaxsolutions.com/incredible-opportunities-for-investors-with-dan-lewkowicz/Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Capital Gains Tax Solutions Community today:capitalgainstaxsolutions.comCapital Gains Tax Solutions FacebookCapital Gains Tax Solutions Twitter
Ladies and gentlemen welcome to a new episode of the Fintech Hunting Podcast. We have a very special guest for you today. He is an industry thought leader, social influencer, expert in industry automation, one of the best networkers I know, and dear friend. Please help me welcome Eric Kujala Vice President, Product Marketing at ICE Mortgage Technology
Are video games art? What about a urinal? And how about splotches of paint on a wall? We all have instinctive answers to these questions, but it can be hard to articulate the logic behind them. In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan discusses one of the West's oldest and most sophisticated books on the topic and how it can help us solve modern problems about censorship and cancel culture. -- Public Goods is the one stop shop for sustainable, high quality everyday essentials made from clean ingredients. Receive $15 off your first Public Goods order at https://publicgoods.com/HERETICS. -- Achieve gifting greatness with Omaha Steaks! Incredible flavor, incredible value and 100% guaranteed. Get 8 free steaks at https://omahasteaks.com keyword HERETICS. -- The Magnus Fellowship is the college to end colleges and serves as a tuition-free alternative for those who need an online resource that is equally as rigorous. Apply to the Magnus Fellowship today and receive a free gift at https://magnusinstitute.org/heretics. -- Celebrate the moments that matter most with a professional, hand-painted portrait from Paint Your Life. Get 20% off your painting right now if you text the word HERETICS to 64-000. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Dr Irfan Halim took ill in September, after spending much of the last 18 months on the NHS frontline during the pandemic. Nine weeks later, he died after contracting Covid-19. He had dedicated 25 years of work to the NHS as a surgeon. His brother, Amir, speaks to Mishal Husain about the loss of not just Irfan, but also of their father Kamal, who also died from complications of the virus.
Just months ago, he was considered one of the worst free-agent signings in recent memory. Now, Matt Duchene is one of the NHL's hottest players. Nick and Ann (with help from Predators' head coach John Hynes) take a look at the changes that's helped Duchene spark his turnaround. Plus, we recap the Preds' awful Canadian road trip and look ahead to a much-needed homestand. --- Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. StatHero StatHero is the first of its kind Daily Fantasy Sports platform where it's YOU vs. the HOUSE in head to head fantasy matchups - winner take all. Sign up for FREE - RIGHT NOW - at StatHero.com/HOCKEY and use promo code HOCKEY for a One Hundred Percent Deposit Match. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Just another ho-hum, rollercoaster, exciting yet frustrating game for the 2021 Pittsburgh Steelers. Let's go over the details of how they ultimately came up short. While Yinz Were Sleepin': Cam Sutton, Cam Heyward on the defensive miscues as well as Ben on the redzone inefficiencies. "3 Big Takeaways" from this one, including thoughts on Ben, Matt Canada and where the Steelers are in the thick of the AFC heap. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are happy to welcome back Cody Askins as a returning guest. Cody is the founder of the hugely popular and rapidly growing 8% Nation (an insurance wealth conference), CEO of Cody Askins, LLC, and author of Zero To 6-Figures: How to Go From Flat Broke to Earning Over Six Figures Per Year. In this episode, Cody shares his best tips for how to grow a YouTube channel, how you can move that audience to your website, and, ultimately, offline to personal conversations. And check out the show notes for more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode. Visit www.staypaidpodcast.com. Connect | Resources Ep. 194: How to Crush the Cold Call with Cody Askins YouTube: Cody.Askins Instagram: @cody.askins Cody's book: Zero To 6-Figures: How to Go From Flat Broke to Earning Over Six Figures Per Year We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for ReminderMedia to earn a small fee by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. 0:00 Introduction 1:46 Cody's bio 3:31 What's YouTube is doing for your business? 5:36 What type of content are you producing and how often are you posting? 7:36 Where is your audience coming from? 9:42 What's most important? Is it the title, the thumbnail, the content? 13:42 What type of thumbnail imagery do you recommend? 16:15 How people use YouTube and the consequences for writing titles. 19:34 How are you driving traffic to your YouTube channel? 25:51 Webinars are a tremendous but untapped lead generation tool. 27:23 Tell us about growing the 8% Nation conference. 31:37 How do you overcome the doubters and naysayers? 34:10 What's next for Cody Askins? 36:23 What's your advice to entrepreneurs heading into 2022? 40:04 Action Item
ECU picked up win No. 7 with an incredible 38-35 victory at Navy on Saturday, thanks to freshman kicker Owen Daffer's 54-yard field goal as time expired. Host Stephen Igoe breaks down the team's seventh win of the season, answers listener questions, and takes a brief look ahead to the showdown with Cincinnati. Rate and subscribe to Hoist the Colours on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google podcasts. Host: Stephen Igoe This is a podcast centered around East Carolina athletics and recruiting, hosted by Hoist The Colours publisher Stephen Igoe, bringing you game reactions, in-depth analysis, and breaking recruiting news. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is Jonathan Taylor the easy #1 player rest of season or does Christian McCaffrey have a case? And who is the big winner (7:35) from Week 11? The big loser (9:50)? We'll tell you why we're encouraged by Elijah Moore and what we learned about the 49ers backfield ... An early look at the waiver wire (12:00) which ties into our news and notes (14:00). Then we've got some trends and stats (16:30) you need to know including which team shuts down elite WRs. And it's time for some Buy or Sell (21:00) on struggling QBs Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson and Josh Allen plus some WRs who had been struggling but came through today ... More winners (31:00) like CEH and DeVonta Freeman and losers (34:10) like Tee Higgins and D'Onta Foreman. Then we review each game (38:30) with our Fantasy takes ... Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hans Krueger is co-founder of the international design consultancy MetaDesign. He also co-founded another design consultancy, FutureDraft, where we worked together for several years. In this conversation, we discuss Hans's trajectory and how ancient teachings have helped him better understand his emotions. Show notes Hans Krueger (LinkedIn) Now Partners Erik Spiekermann Uli Mayer-Johanssen MetaDesign Arnaud Maitland Nyingma school of Buddhism FutureDraft Walter Link The Cycle of Emotions - A guide to influencing reality by Jessica Fan Longchenpa Kindly Bent to Ease Us – Part One: Mind by Longchenpa Kindly Bent to Ease Us - Part Two: Meditation by Longchenpa Kindly Bent to Ease Us - Part Three: Wonderment by Longchenpa Some show notes may include Amazon affiliate links. I get a small commission for purchases made through these links. Read the transcript Jorge: Hans, welcome to the show. Hans: Thank you, Jorge! Jorge: I'll just say it, it's always a joy to see you. Hans: Pleasure is entirely mutual. Jorge: Well, folks, you might detect in the warm welcome that Hans and I have known each other for a while, and we've worked together. And I'm honored to say that I think of you as a good friend. But folks listening might not know who you are. So, for their benefit, would you please introduce yourself? About Hans Hans: Okay. I'll try to keep it brief. The problem at my age is the story is awfully long. So, obviously I'm from Germany, as you can hear with my accent. So, I think it's probably best to start... to take us to Berlin when the wall was falling, in the fall of 1989 and to a meeting where I met this guy, this funny typographer called Eric Spiekermann, and my friend Uli Mayer took me to meet him. And basically, out of that meeting came the creation of a company called MetaDesign. And for those who know the design scene in Europe, that's a fairly significant company and continues to be. I was the... basically I was running the company for the first 12 years of its existence. From, you know, building it from scratch to a few hundred people and multiple offices. And it was one hell of a ride! It coincided the emergence of a technical phenomenon called the internet. That happened simultaneously. We were in the middle of that, even though MetaDesign had its core competency... it came from typography and micro design, and therefore the term MetaDesign — design for design. But it quickly became like a multifaceted design firm, with a huge emphasis on the internet. So, it was fascinating and a long story, so I will not go too far into that, but basically just to add one more thing: we did things such as, just to give you an example, for VW built their first car configurator. It was one of the first online car configurators. In those days those were huge endeavors. All the code had to be created. And not only that, we managed to link that car configurator to the production database of VW so that the car configurator would automatically only show the options that were actually possible within a car, and the combinations that were possible. Because that's the huge complexity with these things. And these things change all the time. So, that was huge. Jorge: And this was in the 1990s? Hans: Yeah, absolutely — 1990s. So, it was awesome. And, those were like huge projects, you know? Like a year and a half and massive manpower and equivalent budgets. Very interesting. So, after 12 years, I was literally finished, because I had learned how to build a company in a way. Got fairly good at that. But I had not learned how to regenerate myself. When I left, I had... I don't know how many but like way more than a hundred unused vacation days. And I was absolutely depleted, you know? And so, I had not learned how to regenerate myself. I had always discounted that as a topic. That was a costly lesson and it led to a multi-year process of rebuilding that foundation, with the most important element of meeting the teacher that actually introduced me to the knowledge that I needed to do the rebuilding process. It was a dark time at times, I have to say. And his name is Arnaud Maitland, and he's now retired pretty much. But he is a Nyingma Buddhist. So, the interesting thing for me was less... you know, I was never a religious guy, so I did not... there was no interest on that level. But the knowledge of the human condition that these guys have, in these lineages, in these knowledge lineages, is just extraordinary. It's immeasurably deep. You know, in our life and the way we live, we can barely scratch the surface of that, even if we commit to a significant amount of study. So, that was important. After that, you and I started basically working together for a number of years in FutureDraft. It was a lot of fun, and from my perspective, really interesting in terms of the design process that we developed there, which was very much a collaborative design process. And from my perspective, and you might differ on that, but the extraordinary thing was that we started to design complex systems sort of from the inside out. So, that was a great chapter and then... it ran its course. The sort of work we were doing was increasingly hard to find, so we decided to go do something else and I had another big revelation. The second really big revelation in my life was when a mutual friend of ours introduced the notion and the clear distinction of extraction versus regeneration. And I started to think about that. That really hit home. So, it suddenly dawned on me the nature of our economic activity and what is going on there, and then sort of close the loop to to finding the mission for the second half of my life. And that's basically... it took me a little bit away from the design industry, but I'm now completely focused on bringing the logic of regeneration into companies and building an organization around that. So that's what I'm doing right now. And on a personal note, I've been married for a long time. I have one son. My son is already almost 30. And, I've also always been a musician, you know that about me. So I play drums in too many bands to mention. And, still love to do that. And, I also know fairly... I could still hit a fairly decent golf ball! That's another thing I know how to do fairly... fairly well. But, yeah! That's about it. Jorge: Oftentimes when I invite folks to be guests on the show, there's a topic that we agree on beforehand. And in your case, we're kind of going into this with many possible topics to explore, which is a challenge, right? And the thing that draws my attention, just in hearing you introduce yourself, is that there's this trajectory in your career where you helped build this organization, and helped grow it to a fairly large size, especially for the design world. Hans: Yeah. Coming out of the dark Jorge: And, as you said, you... I don't know if this is exactly what you said, but I got the sense that you kind of burned yourself out in the process of doing that? And the time when I met you, and when we worked together, it felt to me like you had overcome that and you had overcome it... I got the sense that you had overcome it in part through these teachings that you were talking about. And just in my knowing you and knowing your trajectory since then, it feels like those have been central to both the work that we were doing at FutureDraft and also the work that you're doing now in regeneration. And I was hoping that we could explore that a little bit here because it might be of value to folks listening in to hear more about how you came out of this kind of dark period of your life and how these ideas have influenced the trajectory since then. Hans: Oh, that's a loaded question, my goodness! How do you come out of a deep dark period? So... but, I can give you sort of a glimpse and it's very much an individual thing, you know? In the end, everybody has to find the path individually and it starts by becoming aware of what calls you. In my case, I had always felt, like, an affinity to the Tibetan Buddhists for some reason. I mean, that's also... and it started way earlier before it became fashionable, and the mountains and all of that. But what I experienced... so, the way I met my teacher, I was at a retreat in Brazil, invited by a very good friend of mine, Walter Link — who played a big role in my life and continues to — and he invited me. And part of that program in that retreat was a Buddhist teacher, teaching two days on the subject of time. And I thought, when I looked at the program, what is he going to talk about for two days on time? Time is a fairly straightforward topic. I went into this and after an hour, it dawned on me that I could study the subject of time for the rest of my life and would not even be able to scratch the surface. So, that was like a relief because at that moment, the realization was — and it's not... it wasn't as explicit as it is now when I look back on it — but this has happened in some shape or form was, the revelation was that there is knowledge that is so far greater than anything I have the idea off — that it exists. That I can actually take refuge in it. That I can rely on some basic things that others have really thought through carefully. And I have not found that before in my life. Certainly not in the church I grew up with in Germany. None of it. And I would describe it as knowledge of the human condition. And you could also say knowledge of our own operating system. And when you shine a light on what actually drives your patterns — your thought patterns — and they become visible, that's when the relief sets in. So what basically has power over you without you realizing it becomes visible. And that's in the end, the process. So, I know we've talked about the whole subject of emotions. Huge topic. What surprisingly few people realize is that there is like a real system behind this thing, this whole emotional complex. How they work, how they interact with each other, what leads to what, what you can do to actually cultivate your own emotional state. A state that allows you to perceive as clearly as possible what is real, versus what you imagine is real. Jorge: What do you mean by emotions? Like, what emotions are we talking about? Emotions Hans: Well, you can start anywhere but of course, classic emotion is fear, or anger, right? So these are very strong expressions. And if you talk about the system... if I shed like a little light on it, maybe? So each one of these, for example, fear or anger, they're connected to a whole complex of emotions. So, there's like a sequence. Fear is actually... and this might not be so intuitive, but I can tell you it's, for example, connected to apathy and aversion, right? And anger on the other hand, which surprisingly many people sort of think has a lot to do with fear, anger actually is connected to emotions such as attachment and desire, stuff like that. The interesting thing is that... so one of the core realizations is that each one of these emotions, for example, anger. Good example, anger. If your mind gets used to being angry, you will be angry all the time. So anger is actually something that... it's a pattern in the mind. And for example, if you are used to experiencing relief when you blow off steam, that's a pattern that when that happens, it's way more likely that it will happen again in the very near future. What that means is you can actually dry these things up. And why do you want to do that? You want to do that because when you're angry, for example, and you get to a real rage state... this is like when it becomes most obvious, you're completely disconnected from reality. You don't know anymore what's really happening in the world. And it goes as far as hurting yourself, you know? You might run with your head into the wall. Jorge: I'm hearing you describe this Hans, and thinking that that sounds like the business model for a lot of the social networks, right? Hans: Right! right. Well, I mean, they absolutely... they trigger these emotions and they play with it and it's actually like a drug. And what it does is it could completely disconnect you from reality. And the whole goal, as far as the Buddhists are and what they teach in terms of the human condition teachings, they say that your aspiration in life... a good, healthy aspiration in life is to be as clear in your perception of reality as possible, as often as possible. So, meaning that these emotions that basically take away that clarity or that connection to reality, are really detrimental and they lead to all sorts of actions that we might regret afterward, you know? And they also lead to actions where we destroy our own habitat. Greed, by the way, is one of these emotions, you know? So, if you're in the grasp of greed, you do damage and you don't realize because you're completely disconnected from reality. Jorge: Well, and I'm thinking another example might be when one gets angry at someone and you just let your mouth fly and say all sorts of hurtful things, right? Which you then regret. Hans: Of course. And you can go into physical altercations, you know? So absolutely. The structure of emotions Jorge: So, these ideas sound fairly intuitive. What is different or at least was different for me when I first heard it, was the way that they're structured. They're grouped in particular ways, right? And they relate to each other in particular ways, which I first heard of from you, and I was hoping that you would tell us a bit more about that because I think it's very intriguing. Hans: Happy to do that. So, I just basically try to describe how these emotions are grouped in clusters, right? That actually there's like a common core to them. There's like a common core. So the thing is, of course, there are also positive emotions. Emotions that actually help you to see the world as clearly as possible. Where you really like... you're breathing pure oxygen. Okay, that's not so healthy either. But you're like completely clear and connected to everything and you'll hear all the voices and you know exactly what's going on and what's needed at a particular moment, right? I'll give you an example of how this works together. So, when you love something, you care about it deeply, when you love something. This could be another human being, or it could be a beautiful flower, or the planet itself. Or it could be anything. There's like, there's… Jorge: The Beatles? Hans: The... who's that? He's pulling my leg, you know? So, anyway, that's another huge topic, don't get me started on that! But basically what happens is that when that love is pure, for example, you love another human being, it does not infringe on that other human beings "being," if that makes sense. So, it's actually... love is an emotion of freedom. And when that turns, and there's a shadow side to it, and that shadow side is attachment. Because now suddenly something that you love, you want it to be in a certain way. You take away its freedom to develop as it needs to develop because you want it to be in a certain way. So, now you're attached, right? And now there is a progression from attachment to anger, to rage... it's just one progression, you know? It's just a question of time. So how this systemically works is... this means there's a shadow side actually to those emotions that are actually beneficial for you. And the little trick is you cannot, when you have become angry, you cannot go back. First of all, if you consider what happens to most people is they become angry that they're angry, right? So now you have anger times two. Anger, layered on top of anger. And then actually, that continues to the third and fourth and fifth dimension. And so the anger gets thicker and thicker. Jorge: It's a positive feedback cycle, right? Hans: Yes. I don't know if it's positive. Jorge: Positive in the sense that it grows, right? Hans: I know. So, the trick here is you can only get rid of it with an antidote. And the antidote is actually... in the case of attachment and anger, which is very much about yourself, you want something to be in a certain way, right? That's like the common root of this, and you get angry because it's not like that, is compassion -is the cultivation of compassion. So, compassion means you take somebody else's wellbeing, or the wellbeing of the planet, or whatever, you take it on the same level of importance as your own. So, when you do that, anger can't exist anymore because it's not about you anymore. So I hope the logic gets clear, is sort of visible in that description of one of the quadrants. And the thing is there's like a whole circle of these. It goes around in a 360-degree circle. One thing leads to another, it's the antidote of another, and you cultivate that and that can go wrong again, and so this goes all the way around, which is too much in our format here, but that's the little secret. And what was the breakthrough for me was that I actually have the freedom to cultivate what I want to cultivate. To realize that I'm not the victim of whatever I'm in the grip of. That I can cultivate it myself. Jorge: That sounds incredibly liberating. I just want to point out because you hinted at the fact that there's a cyclical structure to this, and we don't have enough time to get into it here, but Jessica Fan has written up the model based on a presentation that you did, and I'm going to include a link to that article in the show notes for folks to check out. It is worth checking out. Hans: She's lovely. Yes, she did a great job on it. Jorge: This idea that through greater awareness of your emotional state, you can liberate yourself from being kind of driven by these things is incredibly powerful. And yet from experience, I know that it's hard, right? Like when you're in a rage, you're not thinking straight. Hans: No, that's right. Escaping emotional cycles Jorge: So, how do you overcome that? Like, how do you gain the ability to escape from these feedback cycles? Hans: Yeah. So a very good question, Jorge. So what I would say is... so the path — my path, and I always have to preface everything, that this is my path. So this is not... you cannot generalize it. But for me, the path was to... for a long period of time, and I do this still every day, I contemplate the system. Whenever I'm somewhere — and it runs like a background program — the first step is to really memorize the system, which takes surprisingly long, actually. That you have it completely in your mind; that it's ingrained in your mind. That it becomes part of your normal, interior structure. So, memorizing the system is the first step. The second thing is to actually start contemplating yourself, how these things interact. Because it's literally like you discover... I can tell you I've done this now for more than 15 years, I think? Every day, I discover new dimensions in this. How like little mechanisms, how they work. And then, the process is, in the end, is classic. So, usually what happens is you have like an episode during the day and you lie in your bed at night and you contemplate, "Geez! You know? There it was again.:" So, you become aware. So, the practice is, as it gets ingrained into your body, into your system, these intervals become shorter and shorter. So, you're... initially, you probably think about it at night in bed. Then you get closer and closer to the point where it actually occurs. And if you're a master, — I'm nowhere near — you actually catch it at the onset, when it's like the first tiny irritant in your body, you already got it. And you apply what I call the antidote. You immediately catch it. If there's like the tiniest amount of attachment, you already got it. That way, it never progresses. So, that's the path. It definitely starts by really memorizing the whole thing. You have to know it. That this leads to that, that leads to that, that leads to that. These are the different groups .... and you have to have it in your system. That took astonishingly long. I had like one that I was constantly missing. I could not remember it, you know? That, of course, points to other psychological phenomena; that you have a blind spot. Design and the cycle of emotions Jorge: Like you were saying, this stuff is so deep and vast. Like, there's a lot to explore here. Many of the folks listening to this show are probably interested in design. They have either a design background or are practicing designers. And I'm wondering if you can talk about the relationship between the framework — this cycle of emotions — and the design process… if there's any relationship there? Hans: Oh, there's a huge relationship! So, let's start by saying what happens to you on an individual level, happens to organizations on an organizational level. So, you can have angry organizations. You have arrogant organizations; organizations who think they know at all. You have all that, and if you know how this works, you can actually design according to what's needed. You can design for the antidote. And you can also completely miss it because you are not aware of it. So, if you apply the wrong antidote, there's not going to be any impact. So, that's like one huge thing. You can actually observe it. Do you know who really knows this stuff well? People who write movie scripts. Since I've been aware of this, I watch movies and I go like, "Ah, there it is." This is like a blueprint, how they operate with the system, you know? And I'm sure it's not, in many cases... I would be surprised if they actually explore it through Buddhist teachings, but these are all universal truths. This is not something that the Buddhist own or something. They just describe something that exists. So, it's inevitable that others come to the same conclusion because it's the truth. That's just how it works. And I see it in movie scripts all the time. But it definitely applies to organizations. It applies to teams, to design teams, you know? When you work in a team and you have a person who is in a particular state, if you have this knowledge, you can address it. The challenge is to actually apply this in an organizational context. And we even had that at FutureDraft because there's so much resistance. There's a lot of resistance to actually... which is really interesting, to making this stuff visible. Many people don't want this to become visible. They sense that there's sort of a complication for their life. They love their emotions, you know? Why would I start manipulating my emotions? Right? My anger is healthy. I hear those, but... yes, there is sometimes a place for anger, but from my perspective, the trap is to become caught up in it. Sometimes you just have to blow up. But how do you calibrate your own system afterward so that it does not linger in your system and block your ability to see clearly? Jorge: What I'm thinking in hearing you describe this is that in gaining greater awareness of the degree to which emotions are influencing your behavior, and gaining the ability to regulate that process, imparts upon you a certain degree of responsibility, right? Like, you can no longer point to your emotional state as the cause for these things. So, you were talking earlier about this victim mindset. It's like, well, you know, "I was angry, so that's the excuse!" Hans: Yep, exactly. Exactly. Very true. Yeah. The notion, in a way, is to take responsibility on that level. Take responsibility for the state you are in. That's actually, I think, one of the core requirements of a leader. You have to take responsibility for the state you're in. And we had some very clear examples of people who are completely oblivious to that in recent years. So, yeah, absolutely. Taking responsibility for the state you are in, also as an organization, by the way. This is really a big deal. Reading the emotional space Jorge: Right. And I don't know to what degree this is something that we are trained for. I think that as individuals, we have a sense for what it means to be angry, what it means to feel, I don't know, greed or what have you, but I would expect that it's harder to read the room when it comes to a group of people, whether it's your team or the organization, or what have you. Any pointers in that regard? Hans: Well, I mean, first of all, when you yourself are in a balanced state, you will be able to read the room. That what gets in the way is your own imbalance, right? If you had a fight at home in the morning and you walk into a meeting, that fight lingers in your system, if you don't know how to completely offset that emotion and you have a practice around it. You will bring this into the meeting. You will not see what's going on in the meeting and you will miss vital information. And information of course is communicated... only 5% or so is communicated verbally. The rest happens on completely different levels. You're missing all that because your system is blocked. It's clogged, literally, inside. Yeah, it's astonishing. I mean, I don't know if it comes across, but you really have it in your... when you become aware of that, of what it feels like to have a system that is clogged like that, and you know the difference between the two states, it's astonishing, you know? The level of information that you suddenly get because you're not clogged. Closing Jorge: Well, this all sounds really fascinating, and again, a lot of it is not new to me because we've talked about this in the past, but I'm very happy to be able to share it with folks here. I'm wondering where they might find out more about this particular framework. I mean, I've already mentioned, Jessica's post. Hans: Yeah. Jorge: But if there are any other resources? And then, where can folks follow up with you yourself, should they want to reach out? Hans: So, the second question is easy to answer. You find me on LinkedIn. I don't have... I'm not a big social networker, so, but on LinkedIn, you can find me. And if you put in Hans Krueger MetaDesign for example, that will lead you straight to me, I would imagine, because my name is fairly common, in Germany at least. So that's one thing. Also, if you're interested, take a look at a website called Now.Partners. That's actually the endeavor that I'm involved in currently, which is a decentralized global consultancy. We have not really talked about that — it's a fascinating topic — that, in service to regeneration of large multinational companies and family-owned businesses. So, Now.Partners, there's like 120 partners in there now. And you will find my portrait in there. I'm the CFO of that organization, so… Jorge: And you'll find me as well. Hans: Hey, you're also a partner? Fantastic. No, no, of course! Fantastic. Which is awesome. Yeah. So, you can also get in touch with me through that. So Yeah! The first part of your question, where to look for resources, that's not so easy to answer. So basically this thing, what I've just told you, you will find snippets of that in any Buddhist book. I'm not aware of a book that actually spells this out to the degree that it... how it would be applicable to our normal professional life. I'm not aware of that, really. There are various frameworks actually out there about, emotional frameworks, I should say, meaning frameworks that describe this whole system. I have to say, the knowledge that I've shared here a little bit comes out of a book that was written in the 15th century by a famous Buddhist teacher. 15th or 14th century. Incredible, when you read that. His name is Longchenpa. And the book has a beautiful title and I, say this slowly, Kindly Bent To Ease Us. What a title! Anyway, Kindly Bent To Ease Us. This is not the easiest thing to read, but it's all described in there. Fascinating! So, in the end, explore it where you can explore it if you're interested, and you will find the right place. Jorge: I am very grateful for you to come on the show and tell us about it, Hans. Hans: It was my pleasure, and, yeah! I hope it was interesting. Jorge: Thank you for being here. Hans: Thank you, Jorge. Thank you for having me.
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We have a loaded Friday Aaron Torres Pod - as Aaron discusses the biggest stories in both college football and college hoops. Here is a full rundown: Mel Tucker extension + Week 12 CFB Preview: Aaron opens the show by discussing Mel Tucker's mega contract (2:00). No, Mel Tucker probably isn't worth the money being given to him, but it was still a move that Michigan State had to make. Plus, what's the ceiling of this program? Finally, Aaron previews Week 12 in college football, talking Michigan State-Ohio State, Oregon-Utah, Arkansas-Alabama and more (20:30). Week 1 College Hoops Thoughts + Jim Calhoun retires: Aaron wraps the show by discussing his thoughts on Week 1 of the college hoops season. He explains why he was wayyyy wrong on the Big East and wonders what the ceiling for teams like Seton Hall and Xavier is (42:00). Plus he talks about the disappointing Big Ten and after another big win (53:00), is BYU coach Mark Pope lining up to be the next head coach at Kentucky (1:02:00)? Finally he discusses Jim Calhoun, who retired from a D3 school earlier this week, explaining why Calhoun is the most underrated coach and best program builder in college hoops history (1:06:00).**** College football is ROLLING and our partners at DraftKings Sportsbook have an INCREDIBLE offer for college football junkies. For new users, bet $1 - JUST $1 on any game - and if your team scores one point, you get $100 in free bets.Yes, you read that correctly: ONE DOLLAR, ONE GAME, $100 in free bets!!!Here's what you do: 1.Click this link and sign up for a new account with DraftKings Sportsbook and make your first deposit. 2.) Make a $1 bet on any team 3.) And if your team scores ONE POINT, you get an automatic $100 thanks to our friends at DraftKings. It's the best offer going in sports betting - so act now! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL).Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER (MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (CO), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-888-532-3500 (VA), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ) or call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN).*21+ (18+ WY). AZ/CO/IL/IN/IA/MI/NJ/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min $5 deposit. Min $1 wagEligibility restrictions apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for full terms and conditions.
An absolutely INCREDIBLE conversation with one of the most exceptional luxury realtors, and people, that one could be so fortunate to find themself meeting and working with, Mark Gasparro, Luxury Realtor, Luxury Collection Specialist with Berkshire HathawayHomeServices Atlanta.Mark was born in Dublin, Ireland, where he grew up and went to school until his late teens when he moved with his parents to London. After finishing his education, he moved to France, and for the past 20 years, has been selling luxury Real Estate on the French Riviera for one of the world's most prestigious Real Estate/Auction houses. Specifically, he specialized in the area starting in Cannes and going along the coast of the Mediterranean to St Tropez. He has an extreme passion for the Real Estate business, and thrives in the world of complex negotiations. He brings to America his keen focus on client satisfaction, and his ability and experience to represent home buyers and sellers across a wide range of lifestyles, whether they arrive at an appointment by Yacht or by scooter.Mark got married about a year and a half ago to an Atlanta resident, and now calls America home. He works tirelessly to deliver outstanding results to his buyers and sellers, and is excited to bring his many years of experience in the business to the local Atlanta market.MarkGasparro.BHHSGeorgia.com
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My guest on this episode is Scott Limbaugh, Head Men's Golf Coach at Vanderbilt University. Incredible insight from the 2017 National Coach of the Year and the man looking to lead the Commodores to back-to-back SEC Championships. Scott Limbaugh - Vanderbilt University Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY! Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
The story behind an incredible viral videoJason McKenzie is an award-winning adventure biker and bike shop co-owner (awards like the prestigious “40 Under 40” award in Georgia). He serves his community in countless ways, has donated thousands of bikes to charity, and is well-known as being a quintessential “people person”, full of joy and laughter.But, a little more than 10 years ago, his life took a shocking turn as he experienced the greatest tragedy of his life. Nothing can prepare someone for what happened, and there's no one-size-fits-all playbook for how to find your footing again.This year, he published a video about his story that went viral, to try to help others who go through something similar and to hopefully save lives.In this interview, Jason gives some profound insights into his experiences and some advice.You'll hear:What life was like before this life-altering tragedy and about his passionate for making biking accessible to everyoneWhat happened the day his life changed and how his heartbreak was compoundedHow he was at a fork in the road and chose a healthy option for grievingWhat NOT to say to people suffering in a similar way and what to say insteadThe greater life lessons he's learned and how he found joy againOn a lighter note, Jeff and Jason also tell some of their craziest biking and skydiving stories for you to enjoy.Watch Jason's videoOn InstagramOn YouTubeConnect with Ride On BikesJoin the Unbeatable Army email list for blog posts and to be notified as soon as new podcast episodes go live!Don't forget to leave a review and share, so more people can hear more amazing stories!
"Fear and Faith ask of us the same thing, to believe in something unseen"... which are YOU fueling your power to?When we can practice walking in faith and accepting where things are, it is absolutely INCREDIBLE how many "miracles" can occur FOR us.*The last few years have entered us into a MIND WAR. Where are YOU now, where do you want to be, and how have you used this time to elevate your life? *It's time to FLIP THAT SCRIPT and start walking in our power as we remember who we really truly are and what we desire our life to look like! Cheers to YOU,XX- V
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If you struggle with social media marketing, your mindset around creating content, knowing how to reach your ideal audience online, you NEED this episode. Today we have the honor of talking to the social media marketing guru herself, Jasmine Star. Today Jasmine is going to break down many mindset barriers you have when it comes to social media and Instagram marketing as a whole. We discuss social media overwhelm, feeling like you have to create content 24/7, the biggest mistakes she sees entrepreneurs making on social media, and burnout and getting into creative ruts. We then deep-dived into discussing the announcement that rocked Instagram earlier this year when the CEO of Instagram Adam Mosseri said that “Instagram is no longer a photo-sharing app.” Jasmine spits some FIRE about that announcement, her thoughts on it, and how we as business owners should approach the app moving forward - hint: her answer might shock you. Get ready for it. Jasmine gave us some INCREDIBLE tips for creating video content on Instagram, including Reels and her thoughts are on captions for Reels, AND whether or not you should include influencer style personal content on your business account. You're going to leave this episode feeling energized and ready to go kick some social media marketing BUTT after you hear what Jasmine has to say. Show notes: https://theheartuniversity.com/195-the-instagram-tips-you-need-to-propel-your-business-with-jasmine-star The Heart Shop Website Templates: www.theheartuniversity.com/website-templates The Posing Minor: www.theheartuniversity.com/posing-minor Follow along with Jasmine: www.instagram.com/jasminestar www.socialcurator.com www.jasminestar.com/idealclient If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity
Max Domi of the Columbus Blue Jackets joins the boys to chat about his life and career so far in the NHL. The boys cover the Ducks impressive start and turnaround, Getzlaf getting his 1000th point, and Kevin Hayes return to the Flyers. Pat McAfee joins Gump, Nick, & Rupper to dig into the Penguins sale to the Fenway Sports Group. As always Rupper shares a few INCREDIBLE stories. If you enjoy listening to the show try watching along LIVE with us at YouTube.com/ThatsHockeyTalk every Wednesday at 8pm ET.
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My guest on this episode is the 2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Champion, Ina Kim-Schaad. We covered many topics, including her new role as a Mental Skills Instructor at Fearless Golf under Dr. Gio Valiante. Incredible stories and insight that EVERYONE will enjoy! Ina Kim-Schaad - Instagram Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY! Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: email@example.com Website: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
Say Yes! In today's episode, I talk to Kira Jean, Founder of The Dreamwork Collective, author, entrepreneur, and coach. This episode is sure to inspire you to go all in on your dreams and hesitate less when it comes to saying yes to soul. Kira shares her journey to success with you including the life changing moment of saying ‘yes' to her writing, the ingredients necessary to become a standout success, when it's acceptable to dial back parts of yourself, how to find calmness, as well as how she now assists other authors to conquer their own fears. Here a look at what else we dive into: * [07:26] Not following “the right way” of doing things. * [11:26] Accessing certainty. * [15:25] What makes someone a standout success? * [18:26] Losing sight of purpose! * [22:54] Dialling back parts of yourself. * [26:38] Harnessing a state of calmness and flow. * [33:53] When are you most likely to lose track of the right moment? * [36:29] Kira's megaphone minute. Tune in to the full episode below as a reminder back to soul and receive the motivation and inspiration too say yes to what is calling you forth and speaking to your soul! You know it's time gorgeous. Notable Quotes * “Writing is the easy part. Getting it out into the world is sometimes the place where people get challenged.” * “You definitely will have more success if there's already an excited and willing audience ready to hear what you've got to say.” * “Reduce the noise.” * “It's so much more simple than we think.” * “If it's what you're meant to be doing, it's going to be natural. It's not going to be easy, but it is going to be simple and natural. As long as it feels simple and natural, then that's a pretty good sign that it's the right thing.” More about Kira Jean Kira Jean is a highly sought-after success coach and entrepreneur with over fifteen years' experience in the personal development industry. Her private clients are some of the world's top creatives, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. Kira is driven by her mission to shape the world through powerful, empathetic, and resilient leadership! Alongside her coaching practice, Kira is the founder of The Dreamwork Collective, a tiny but mighty publishing house sharing diverse voices and powerful stories with the world, and emerging lifestyle brand, re-wilding.co, which houses a curated collection of nature's best hacks for the independent of mind and free in spirit. To learn more, follow Kira at: Website: https://kirajean.com https://thedreamworkcollective.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kirajeanofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kirajeandxb Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much! -------------------- Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder. I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I also recently got re-married to their Dad, Enzo. We divorced 5 years ago and are re-married this year! I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the fam, sometimes not, a little more restricted these days but still on the go!), and my business allows me to be fully location free. After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well – Here we are. I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want. I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life! I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! 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On this next episode you get a rare opportunity to get one of our many member perks! That's right, every month our private membership group gets access to incredible guest coaches who provide us the chance to dig deeper into our wellness and weight loss journeys. And while we typically save these experiences for our members, when we recently reviewed Sarah Ball's session on balancing hormones, we felt it was too important for the rest of you not to hear. So, we are sharing this INCREDIBLE coaching session with you! Grab a pen and paper, you are going to not only want to take notes, but will want to re-listen a few times!Comment below as you listen, so we know what you are learning! Mind blowing stuff here, we promise! This episode will cover...Functional Medicine & What it isWho will Benefit from Cycle SynchingSigns you HAVE a Hormonal ImbalancePhases of the Menstrual CycleThe Menstrual Cycle & Calorie BurningWhat to Do with Irregular PeriodsEnergy Leaks that Impact HormonesHow to Re-establish Hormonal FlowQuick Strategies to Ease into Cycle SyncingYou can learn more about Sarah and Cycle Syncing by checking out www.resilient-365.com, following her on instagram @beresilient_365 or on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/beresilient365/ Learn more about making good nutrition a sustainable lifestyle by heading over to Facebook to interact with Carrie and her team! We answer questions, share timely and relevant information, and even share our grocery store finds! You can find us by going to www.facebook.com/groups/dietdisruptors! If you liked what you heard here today, we would LOVE for you to write us a review and tell us what you think! Be sure to subscribe to this podcast to learn more as Carrie and her coaches continue to disrupt everything you THOUGHT you knew about nutrition!Sponsor: The 4 Weeks 2 Wellness Lifestyle Launch: www.4w2w.com
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Join us as we chat about "I Bet You Think About Me ft. Chris Stapleton" from "RED: Taylor's Version (From the Vault.) We are so excited to finally have this album in our hands! We talk all about how much we love it, the INCREDIBLE music video, and Gossip Gab lets us in on some interesting tidbits about who this song might be about! Hosts: Devin and GabSound Design: Devin Johnson-Nieporent and Peter Leigh-NilsenTheme Song: Devin Johnson-Nieporent, Peter Leigh-Nilsen, and Eric JohnsonThank you to our Patrons!!Ashley Shawn, Ingunn Markiewicz, Jordan Nash, Marcia Lane-McGee, Caroline Francois, Jessica Hutter, Eoin Macken, Cally I, Emily Hugo, Hilary Davies, Brittany Perlmuter, Kaitlyn Carlton, Alan Bass, Jessi Sanders, Blue Magnetic Night, Mona N.J., Valentina Paredes.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/taytozpodcast)
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Today Liz and I are taking 30 minutes to catch up with you guys to share our quick debrief from this life-changing weekend! LAL 2021 was an incredible time and the speakers absolutely nailed it out of the park. We couldn't be more thankful, more humbled, and more proud of this conference and the impact it made on everyone's lives. Enjoy. www.LawntrepreneurAcademy.com Brian's Lawn Maintenance - YouTube https://linktr.ee/brianslawnmaintenance www.thehardscapeacademy.com @brianslawnmaintenance Brian's Lawn Maintenance * PO Box 930233 * Wixom, MI 48393
Incredible interview with Jenn Gelfand, as she makes the transition from a travel PT living across the country to putting down roots with her family in Portland Maine!Like so many, her own medical challenges led her into the pelvic PT field. After her experience she wanted to make sure everyone she worked with truly felt listened to and heard.She began integrating her love for yoga into her clinical practice. And she even gives me a few tips as someone who struggles to be consistent with yoga! Yoga and movement practices look different for everyone.Her practice started in the (former) changing room of a yoga studio, with Jenn hauling in Rubermaid tubs of equipment and a massage table.Jenn had a huge passion for being in the community and doing more than her staff PT job could allow. She found herself treatment patients as a staff PT, teaching yoga classes on the side, and seeing her own patients on the side of that!She realized that she wanted to bring all these aspects of her life and clinical approach together. And RootToRise Physical Therapy was born!She began working with the Pelvic PT Rising Mentorship program about a year ago, when it was just Jenn. RootToRise now has another full-time PT and an admin and Jenn is focused on mentoring her team and increasing her impact on the community.Jenn GelfandFounder of Root2Rise Physical Therapy in Portland, Maine. Make sure to follow Jenn (@roottorisept) and connect with her there!The Conference Survey!Here's the survey - please make sure to fill it out! Pelvic PT Conference Survey.The three biggest takeaways so far: More practical information you can implement on MondayFeeling more empowered and upliftedLearner from dynamic speakers who are leaders in the field.We want to hear about what would make the perfect Pelvic PT Conference!Shout Out and Get in Touch!If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a few seconds to take a screenshot and put it up in your Instagram Stories and tag Nicole (@nicolecozeandpt). Or send us an email at Nicole@PelvicSanity.com with your thoughts, questions or ideas. We'd love to hear from you!About UsNicole and Jesse Cozean founded PelvicSanity Physical Therapy together in 2016. It grew quickly into one of the largest cash-based physical therapy practices in the country. They run Pelvic PT Rising, providing both clinical and business resources exclusively tailored to pelvic PTs.
Despite Starbucks employees seeking to unionize, the company prides itself on being a place that deeply cares about the workers. In today's episode, you will meet the man that helped make that happen. How often do you get the chance to tap into the mind of one of the MOST SUCCESSFUL CONSUMER-ORIENTED BUSINESS LEADERS for more than 50 years? Do you want to learn first-hand what it was like to grow STARBUCKS COFFEE from only 28 STORES TO MORE THAN 15,000 stores spanning five continents? This week's guest, HOWARD BEHAR, has done that and a lot more. He is best known for guiding the Starbucks brand for 21 years as President of North America and as the founding President of Starbucks International. His philosophy of SERVANT LEADERSHIP is memorable for introducing lessons such as “The Person Who Sweeps the Floor Should Choose the Broom” and “Only the Truth Sounds Like the Truth.” If you want to LEAD OTHERS MORE EFFECTIVELY and EXPERT ADVICE on what it takes to grow your current business exponentially, you must listen to how Howard did it using servant leadership and how you can too. Howard and I also discuss why and how the right business CULTURE is a primary driving force of any company's growth. He reveals some of the policies he implemented to EMPOWER employees to make decisions that put customers first. Part of this culture also involved recognizing employees, making sure they're paid well, and that their voices were heard daily. Let me leave you with two final (and INCREDIBLE) facts. The systems and practices Howard and others put in place continue to breed success to this day. Although he retired when Starbucks had 15,000 stores, today, there are almost 33,000 STORES IN 83 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE. Finally, and perhaps the most amazing thing of all, HOWARD SHARED HIS PERSONAL PHONE NUMBER AND EMAIL and encourages YOU to reach out and contact him because it brings him joy and purpose. That's only happened one other time in all the shows I've taped, and quite simply one of the most impressive displays of servant leadership I've ever seen. If you want to know what success is all about, grab a hot cup of coffee and get ready to enjoy a great hour filled with valuable lessons you can use in your own business and personal life.