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Causes Or Cures
How Drug Companies Influence Patient Groups & Why That Matters, with Dr. Lisa Parker & Dr. Joel Lexchin

Causes Or Cures

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 59:10


Continuing the exploration of industry's influence on healthcare and health policy, in this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Joel Lexchin and Dr. Lisa Parker about the influence drug companies have over patient groups. They will describe what patient groups are (why they are needed & the variety of work they do), why drug companies have a vested interest in patient groups, how drug companies fund and influence the groups (and sometimes even create them) and how the groups influence healthcare policy. They will also discuss practical things that can be done to make the overall health system puts patients over profit.  Dr. Lexchin is a professor at York University, where he teaches pharmaceutical policy, an emergency medicine physician, a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, a member of the Ontario Drug Quality and Therapeutics Committee and was chair of the Drugs and Pharmacotherapy Committee of the Ontario Medical Association. Dr. Parker is an honorary senior lecturer at the School of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney and on the faculty of medicine and health. She is a clinician who practices in the field of oncology(cancer) and her research focuses on public health ethics and policy.To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subscribe to her newsletter here!

All In with Rick Jordan
Influence VS. Control

All In with Rick Jordan

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 11:34


Picking a good mentor is much more than just choosing a successful person to look up to. A great mentor is someone who holds standards that are real and proven. Listen to how Rick Jordan has picked his mentors over the years, and why he continues to look up to the people he does.#RickJordan #Podcast #MentorshipEpisode References: MastermindBoard of AdvisorsKevin HarringtonJimmy RalphStan PadgettDarren JacklinAnchormanThe Brian Fantana sayingHyper OvulationColon CancerConnect:Connect with Rick: https://linktr.ee/mrrickjordanUniversal Rate & Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/allinwithrickjordanSubscribe & Review to ALL IN with Rick Jordan on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RickJordanALLIN

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Future of Real Estate Including the Influence of Blockchain and Crypto

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 20:16


Today's guest is Ellis Hammond, founder of Kingdom REI and Co-Principal at Symphony Capital Group. He started his career as a missionary on the college campuses of San Diego and has since acquired more than a hundred million dollars in real estate. The topic of money brings out different emotions in different people, and his advice is to shift conversations from money to value. By adopting an entrepreneurial mindset, we can create more impact in the world. He also gives his take on the future of real estate and his hope for a freer and more decentralized money system.     [00:01 - 09:21] From College Pastor to Real Estate Investor Ellis on his passion for serving people It's not about getting rich, it's about being profitable Creating wealth and bringing value to the world The moment that made Ellis decide to go to real estate  Taking action and getting into their first deal Why Ellis recommends going for larger deals Learning as you go   [09:22 - 16:37] Building a Community Around Business and Faith Using their faith to impact others Everyone deserves better homes Adding value and enhancing resident experience increases profit Getting investors the best return on money in the shortest amount of time possible The ideal play for Ellis and his team   [16:38 - 18:50] Blockchain Is Here to Stay The impact of this technology on real estate What their company is doing in the space   [18:51 - 20:15] Closing Segment Reach out to Ellis!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “There's a lot of people out there trying to do good things for the world and guess what? They need money to be able to do it. And someone's got to go make that money.” - Ellis Hammond  “With profit, there's margin. And without margin, there is no mission. You can't do good things.” - Ellis Hammond   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Ellis! Check out his website and the Kingdom REI website and podcast. Don't forget to visit the Symphony Capital Group website, too!   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Ellis Hammond: You carve out more equity for yourself as you learn to operate and manage and do those things. But you'll never get equity in cause you just like, I would never trust you to asset manage our deal right now, you have no experience. So you're not going to get it anyways. [00:00:12] Ellis Hammond: Quit trying to learn that right now, get into a deal. Learn as you go, and that's exactly what we did.  [00:00:17] Sam Wilson: Ellis Hammond is a founder of Kingdom REI. He started his career as a missionary on the college campuses of San Diego. And today he is the co-principal of Symphony Capital Group, an investment firm currently focused on acquiring multifamily value add real estate. Ellis, welcome to the show.  [00:00:45] Ellis Hammond: I'm pumped to be here. Sam, let's get this thing going, baby.  [00:00:49] Sam Wilson: Let's do it. Same three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show: in 90 seconds or less, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:55] Ellis Hammond: College pastor, no network. Actually, I take that back. I had a network. They were just all 18 and 19 year olds. No money, a lot of fun though. [00:01:04] Ellis Hammond: And I was a college pastor, man. I wanted to live my life for a big purpose and still do. And that's why I went into missionary, pastoral ministry work. We ran out of money and you know, like it's not a marginal business. You know, we had big dreams and help people. And one of the young men on my teams, Ellis, I don't have money this month to buy groceries. [00:01:22] Ellis Hammond: And honestly, man, that was like a life- changing radical time for me because it was life- changing because I couldn't help the guy. And all that are really wanting to do is impact people. Right. And that's where we made a decision, man, we're going to get wealthy. And if anything you can get from this podcast today is if you haven't made that decision, you should, because there's nothing wrong with it. [00:01:42] Ellis Hammond: And because there's a lot of people out there trying to do good things for the world and guess what? They need freaking money to be able to do it. And someone's got to go make that money. And so that's what we decided to do, man. We're going to figure that out and real estate is become that vehicle and purchased more than a hundred million dollars last year and on our way to another couple of hundred more and excited to grow. [00:02:01] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. I think that money discussion is an interesting one, right? There's the commonly misquoted verse that like money is the root of all evil. It's actually not. It's the love of money that is the root of all evil. There's obviously I got a friend of mine. I'm going to go off-script.  [00:02:16] Ellis Hammond: I love it. That's what I always do to people, by the way, we never talked about real estate. So let's just go off.  [00:02:20] Sam Wilson: Let's just talk. So, I got a buddy of mine. He said, Hey, you know, if you want to know something about somebody, he's says, only three things you need to know: how do they treat food, how do they treat sex, and how do they treat money. [00:02:30] Sam Wilson: He's like, you figure out those three things and you've gotten to know to the core of who someone is. And I was like, it took me a while to kind of absorb that. I'm like, well, that's really interesting. It's because money is one of those topics that like, it brings out all sorts of different emotions for different people in different capacities. [00:02:44] Sam Wilson: And so I think it's interesting, you know, you as a college pastor, sitting here going, all right, you know what? I wish I could help you, bud, but I can't, I can't help you buy groceries. And that light bulb went off where it's like, and I got a phrase that I've written down. It says I can do more good in the world as a rich person than a poor one. [00:03:01] Sam Wilson: Like, once you adopt that framework, I think for your relationship with money, like, Hey Ellis, you could do more good in the world as a rich guy than you can at the broke one. Like it's just an economic reality. So I think that's a cool kind of shift. Maybe even, especially for people who are in ministry. Getting rich isn't exactly the thing that's talked about very often,  [00:03:21] Ellis Hammond: A hundred percent. And it's not necessarily about getting rich. I mean, we can name this whatever, but like my point is like everyone wants options, man. And people need margin and the goal of a business is for it to be profitable. Why? [00:03:32] Ellis Hammond: Because with profit, there's margin. And without margin, there is no mission. You can't do good things. Like if you and your company or your family or your budget is so tight. That's not serving anyone. It's not serving you. It's not serving your marriage. It's not serving the thousands of people you're probably called to serve and help. And so, we got to get comfortable, man, with this goal of like, let's be insanely profitable. Not at the sake of others, you don't have to do that. My point is like, if you're not trying, if you're in business and the goal is not profit, I'm like, what are you doing? [00:04:05] Ellis Hammond: Because we're gonna need to go back to the starting point, right? Because what I've learned, man, over my journey is those who are insanely profitable are also the ones who are bringing insane value to the world. So actually, if we just shifted the conversation to say, how much value should I create, not how much money should I create? [00:04:21] Ellis Hammond: Well, the answer is, well, that's an easy question, Ellis, it's infinite. Okay. Well, if you exchange the word value for profit, why does it change? You know what I'm saying? Like, because the value is tied to profit or profit is tied to value. Then that's what we should be doing. And we get paid to solve problems as entrepreneurs. [00:04:38] Ellis Hammond: Anyways, man, that's my story. And we will be and are working on becoming an insanely profitable company because we want to do really cool things in the world.  [00:04:45] Sam Wilson: I love it, man. That's really cool. What was the transition there for you? I mean, it's one thing to be like snap, I got to get out and figure out a way to be insanely profitable. Where do I start?  [00:04:58] Ellis Hammond: I mean, I didn't know. And honestly, in some ways, like, you know, you still, you learn as you go. I just knew he had to take action. It's interesting, man. Maybe some people are listening to show today. And the only thing you know, right now is like, I need to change and I need something to change. [00:05:11] Ellis Hammond: And I was open to that and that's where exactly where I was. And I remember it was this crazy. It was driving in the car. It was like a month for, I was getting married and I hear a radio ad that said, Hey, if you want to learn how to get rich through real estate, come to this workshop, like who's ever listened to responded to a radio ad like in their life. [00:05:28] Ellis Hammond: No, but honestly it's because I was open. I think about how many times I maybe have heard that, or how many suddenly we listen to the radio? Back then I drove such a poor car that I think is, cause my CD player didn't work, I had to listen to the radio, right? So that was part of why I was listening to the radio. [00:05:42] Ellis Hammond: That's true. Like I had one of those cassette tapeswhere you plug in your iPhone. Like I didn't even have a auxiliary cord. I had to use one of those cassette tapes that then plug into my audio phone, which was probably broken. And so I was listening to radio. Anyways, that's how I heard about it. And I went to the seminar and I think it was one of those fortune builders or something right? And they were about fixing flipping, and it ended up doing that. But what I learned in that moment was like, there's a lot of guys here that are middle-class, lower middle-class, poorly educated making bank in real estate. And I was like, if these guys can do it, I gotta be able to figure this out. And so I just left there, man, inspired of like real estate as the starting point, not the end game. [00:06:23] Ellis Hammond: And our first deal was four months later, we bought a duplex and you know, the only way I found that deal is because I went and found him in tour. And a guy here in San Diego buying deals, I'll say, Hey man, I'll do whatever. I just need to get into something. And he was the guy who helped us find the deal, put it on a contract, everything, man, gave me the courage to buy it. [00:06:42] Ellis Hammond: When we had to come up with the money of course, and do all the hard work. But that was it. That was our entry in. It's not how I would recommend most people doing it, but that's how we did it.  [00:06:51] Ellis Hammond: When did you transition to commercial real estate?  [00:06:54] Ellis Hammond: As fast as I could, cause that's what I'm saying. Like, if you're listening to this, do not take my advice and go buy and duplex. [00:07:01] Ellis Hammond: It's just so much better ways to get into larger, more profitable deals if you want to life along your business. So it took us about nine months where we learned about syndication, that we could actually raise capital and go do larger deals. And so surprisingly, it took us nine months after that. So within about a year, we had went from no real estate education, no background, no network to we got about $10 million of real estate real quick. Now, as you know, that's vanity in terms of metric wise. Cause I didn't own all of that. I had investors, I had partners, but we were now part of $10 million of real estate from nothing, you know? And we got into that just so your audience knows, and this is why I always recommend is the easiest way to get into multifamily or get into commercial real estate is either raise the money, have the money, or find the deals. So forget trying to do all of this stuff. You know, it takes a lifetime to learn it, but you can break in in the year like I did, if you can focus on one of those two activities, either finding great opportunities that, you know, someone's ready to fund or have the funding and be able to provide that to someone who can find deals like yourself, Sam, or like me, right? [00:08:10] Ellis Hammond: We have deals. We're always looking for great partners who can bring in capital to help us fund these deals. That's how this business moves forward. So that's how we got going.  [00:08:19] Sam Wilson: That is awesome. Yeah, man, there's business is that you, like you said, it takes a lifetime to learn all the nuances to it, but it boils down to those two things. [00:08:27] Ellis Hammond: I mean, honestly, right? I mean, those are the most profitable ways. Like you carve out more equity for yourself as you learn to operate and manage and do those things. But you'll never get equity in. Cause you just like, I would never trust you to asset manage our deal right now. You have no experience. So you're not going to get it anyways. [00:08:42] Ellis Hammond: Quit trying to learn that right now, get into a deal. Learn as you go, and that's exactly what we did. You know, we've done six deals in now. Now we're really, we've learned, we built the team, understanding the operations where now we can begin to take over all of the deal, right? And all folks are like, oh, you guys know what you're talking about? [00:09:00] Ellis Hammond: You know the systems, you have things in place? We're ready to write you a $10 million check instead of the other way around. It's like, you know what I mean? Like we had to build that man. We had to build that reputation, had to build that in this industry. And so, you know, it's taken a couple of years to be able to get to that place. [00:09:15] Ellis Hammond: Yeah. I think most people are waiting until they have that. And I'm like, that's the wrong way, man. You got to get going now. And you'll never have that reputation.  [00:09:22] Sam Wilson: Right? Absolutely. Tell me, you got into college ministry because you saw a need and said, I want to serve that need. How has that shifted for you if it has shifted and how have you kind of had to reprioritize the things that you are doing? I'm think I'm just going call it on your call it the philanthropic side.  [00:09:44] Ellis Hammond: Yeah, it's interesting. A great question, man. So I'm wearing the shirt today being called Kingdom REI. I knew when I got in this business, what God has always called me to, he called me this on a college campus. He's called me to this, like throughout every season of my life is build communities like people need communities. [00:09:59] Ellis Hammond: And so I love this industry for so many reasons. We've built a community for faith- based leaders in this space to do those two things, find deals and find capital and partner with other people. So, you know, we've built a community around this whole business, man. I mean, Kingdom REI is that. It is a ministry and yes, it's really cool. [00:10:15] Ellis Hammond: I mean, a lot of our deals, a lot of our capital flow in and out of this incredible community that we built Kingdom REI. So, in some ways that's a big element of your question, right, is I get to teach. I get to share. I get to incorporate my faith into that. We run a podcast show too where we've had like 150 people now, 150 operators, all faith-minded. [00:10:38] Ellis Hammond: And I get to share my faith. They get to share why they love this asset, this industry, and how they're using their faith to impact others. So I want to think about, I mean, that's been downloaded 80,000 times, you know, like how many people like that's impacted. So like it's my mission, man, is why get on here. I'm really bold about, like, quit worrying about being profitable. Like people are going to hate you for it, but guess what? We need some people who are thinking about this, cause this is how the kingdom is going to go forward. So in that regard that from an asset or operator level, you know this, man, walking deals. Speaking of community, you know, when we buy an asset and this is where I think this business becomes very spiritual, you're owning someone's home, right? This is where they raise their kids, where they do dinner, is like I live in an apartment. We rent, we sold our place in San Diego. Now we rent. I know how important it is to walk outside and trash is not laying everywhere. I know how important it is when I leave this house that my wife and my little girl are protected because there's not a bunch of homeless, crazy people living on my sidewalk. Right? So when I walk an asset, it's always amazing to see how many things people overlook, how many things the owners and property managers overlook, when I'm like, this is people's home, man. Everyone deserves better than this. So, you know, I think one just from the way we operate deals is different. [00:11:53] Ellis Hammond: I don't think that necessarily has to be from a faith perspective. I think that definitely impacts that. I think in some ways, if you were a good human being, you know, like that would also come arise, but that also could be, I believe we are made in the image of God so that it has a lot to do with it. And then we're building some cares programs, right? [00:12:11] Ellis Hammond: Like we want to be good operators, not just acquisition folks. And so the way that we're thinking about, you know, we brought on a manager now that has experience kind of with social programs, Bible studies, after-school care programs, things like that, that we can begin to incorporate into our communities that just increase resident experience, which would, by the way, this is not just because we're good Christian folks. It's, we also know that it increases retention, which saves expenses, which increases profit. You know, this like we're adding value, which increases profits back to our communities, which then flows back to our investors. So, you know, all of this is very strategic, but you know, it's all incorporated. [00:12:48] Sam Wilson: And I liked that. I mean, it's that common, well, that's a rabbit hole. I probably don't want to go down, but I'll just, I'll reiterate what you said, which is yeah. That you provide value to the people that are living there. It then increases the bottom line for you guys, a true win-win where it's like, I'm going to do the best I can for you and them. And oh, look, you want to stay at my properties.  [00:13:07] Ellis Hammond: Yeah. I'll give you a great example, man. We bought the sale in Kansas city last year. The woman owned it for 30 plus years and the goal, I mean, so we're going to go in there and we're going to innovate this place and increase rents like that upfront is what we're doing. [00:13:22] Ellis Hammond: So I had a couple investors who were like, Hey, I'm just not comfortable with that model because I know people are going to have to move out. I'm like, I understand that. But like, trust me when I say these people need a better place to live. And here's what happened. We took over, some of those investors almost didn't, when we took the deal over, we had eight people illegally living there who just left so that all of a sudden we had eight units. [00:13:42] Ellis Hammond: We had the property manager who was selling furniture out of another unit. Okay. So now we have nine units vacant and then like two or three more, we realize, you know, people weren't living in any ways. They were vacancies that we didn't even know about. So all of a sudden we have like 15 units vacant, so we didn't take anybody out. [00:13:58] Ellis Hammond: Okay. And then we started renovating these units and people were coming to us saying, Hey, I am so thankful you guys are renovating this. Can I go ahead and get on that waiting list so that when that place is renovated, I can pay more to go live there. You know what I'm saying? This idea of like, you know, raising rents is the wrong thing. [00:14:16] Ellis Hammond: I'm like, dude, that's not it at all, man. People want, need a better place to live and are willing to pay money for that.  [00:14:22] Sam Wilson: Oh, for sure. Yeah, absolutely. For sure. So you had 15 vacant units out of how many? [00:14:29] Ellis Hammond: 85 units.  [00:14:30] Sam Wilson: Okay.  [00:14:31] Ellis Hammond: We were a hundred percent occupied when we took over.  [00:14:35] Sam Wilson: Sure, you were.  [00:14:36] Ellis Hammond: And all of a sudden we were, you know, 75% or whatever, 80%, but it worked out well. [00:14:41] Ellis Hammond: And you know, that's all in our underwriting. I mean, we, when we're going and stuff, we're underwriting 45% economic occupancy year one anyway. So, you know, our plan is we're renovating units and we know we're going to take a hit for that.  [00:14:54] Sam Wilson: Right now, talk to me about that. I mean, it underwriting 45% economic occupancy. [00:15:00] Sam Wilson: How are you making offers that sellers are even interested in when you're underwriting it like that?  [00:15:05] Ellis Hammond: Well, one thing, we're not necessarily paying our cash flow to our investors, you're one either. So like, it's not as if we need to be cash flow positive, our investors know we're going to get you the best return on your money in the shortest amount of time possible. If you want 6% cash flow month, one, that's probably not the group for you to be honest. You know what I'm saying? We're not your dividend retirement plan. Like you want to make money and make the most amount of money in the shortest amount of time, we're your group. [00:15:33] Ellis Hammond: So, I mean, that gives us like, we've just own that identity, right. And that's kind of who we are. But, I mean, we're looking for, we need to be able to go in and increase yield or increase revenue by 30% in the first 24 months. And you know, that's going to come from renovation first like some renovation or a lot renovation, and some of that is going to come from leasing, but that's essentially our goal when we're underwriting deals. [00:15:57] Sam Wilson: What class of assets are you guys focusing on?  [00:16:01] Ellis Hammond: You know, I mean, we buy deals, you know, if there's ways to increase revenue, but I mean, our ideal play is probably eighties, nineties, bill, maybe two thousands. A lot of the exterior is either okay or recently renovated. [00:16:16] Ellis Hammond: And the big play is interiors. You know, that's an ideal play for us. I liked that play a lot. You know, when I'm walking deals. If I got to spend a lot of time and money that first year on exterior, I'm not super interested in that right now. I just really want to get working on units and being able to get people in and out that's important to us. [00:16:35] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I think that's really, really cool. Tell me this. You know, one of the things that we're seeing right now is a big push in the real estate space, as it pertains to crypto, can you give me kind of a 60 second sound bite on what it is that you guys are doing to involve yourselves in that space and how you think this is all gonna play out? [00:16:52] Ellis Hammond: We have no idea, but we do think that blockchain is here to stay, dude, the money system is terrible. I have a wire right now that I'm trying to send a fund, one of our deals, I don't even know where it is. Like a little, my bank doesn't know where it is. [00:17:05] Ellis Hammond: Wires suck. Okay. The whole money movement thing is so terrible. It is prime, and that's a true story. I literally there's a lot of money in the air right now. It's a terrible flawed system, dude. Blockchain technology transforms, changes all of that, right? I mean, it's instant. It's on a ledger. That's here to stay. [00:17:23] Ellis Hammond: It's decentralized. Our government's corrupt. The dollar is not here to stay, you know? And so people are going to rally. The world is going to rally around a free system, a decentralized system. And I think if that's going to change the way we do things, man, including real estate, and it's a really interesting time to be alive, you know, the way we can fractionalize shares. [00:17:42] Ellis Hammond: And so what we're currently doing, to answer your question, there's language in our PPM that allows us to fractionalize shares and then put those on a blockchain for a future sale, which is a benefit to our investors from a liquidity standpoint. I think if this does take off and this begins to catch momentum, and this actually does work in a very easy way. [00:18:02] Ellis Hammond: Think about how much capital from around the world can now flow into United States real estate and forget where the dollar is. The dollar could go away, but the reality is United States, real estate is still very good to own. And so if you fractionalize that and allow capital around the world to be able to own that. [00:18:18] Ellis Hammond: You know, think about Ukraine right now. You know, like, man, if you're a Ukrainian, but you still have capital, what do you do when you're not going to go invest in Ukraine? You may not want to go park my money in United States real estate right now. That'd probably be a good place to put it, right? And so what will that do to asset prices? [00:18:33] Ellis Hammond: Well, you have a massive surge of money coming in any asset class. That typically means values increase. And so I do, you know, we're big believers, man, and we want to understand blockchain and crypto we're going to prepare for it. But the most important thing is we're going to own real estate and then figure out how those come together. [00:18:51] Sam Wilson: I love it, man. Ellis, thanks for coming to the show today and breaking down kind of everything from how you got involved in real estate, your views on money, being a tool that you use to really bring massive value to other people. I think that's super cool. We talked about your Kingdom REI, I think mastermind there and what Syymphony Capital Group is doing, and also just a little bit about how you guys are positioning yourselves to use crypto and the blockchain technology in your assets, in the future. So certainly appreciate that. Appreciate all that you do. And just want to say, thanks for coming on the show. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:19:24] Ellis Hammond: Yes, the kingdomrei.com if you are trying to break into this space in need community, mentor thekingdomrei.com. Or symphonycapitalgroup.com, symphonycapitalgroup.com. You get in contact with us there. We're buying deals. We're always looking for partners, man. We're always looking for folks to, we're multifamily guys, and we got big goals and always looking for people to connect and collaborate with so reach out to us.  [00:19:47] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Ellis. Thank you so much. Appreciate your time.  [00:19:50] Ellis Hammond: Yup.

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe
Under the Influence - Part 2

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 26:00


Life is full of tough decisions.  Sometimes we come to a crossroad, and we find ourselves stuck with uncertainty … wondering which way to go.  And as believers, we know that we should always be seeking first the will of God … but the question is … how do we know what His will really is?  How do we find certainty that the decision we're making, is the decision God wants us to make?  Well, that's the question we're exploring today on Bold Steps, as we continue a message from Pastor Mark Jobe, titled … Under the Influence … See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Journal.
As the Stock Market Tumbles, so Does a YouTuber's Influence

The Journal.

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 18:01


Kevin Paffrath is a social media influencer who dishes out financial advice on multiple platforms. He cashed in on young people's hunger for investment tips from non-traditional sources. But as WSJ's Robbie Whelan explains, Paffrath's followers became fickle when his advice turned cautious.Further Reading: -The Social-Media Stars Who Move Markets Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Influence 2 Impact
Discovering Your Influence to Impact the World

Influence 2 Impact

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 43:29


Whether you are a stay-at-home mom, an athlete, or a business leader, God has created you on purpose for a purpose. You have influence, and God wants to use your influence to change the world! In this episode of the Influence 2 Impact Podcast,  Josh shares how YOU can discover your God-given influence and gives practical steps to help you find your purpose and mission in life.Keep up with the latest content at Joshdotzler.comTap Here 

Constituting America
Essay 28: King vs. Parliament in 17th Century England: From Absolutism to Constitutional Monarchy, Influence on American Governing

Constituting America

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 27:21


Essay 28: King vs. Parliament in 17th Century England: From Absolutism to Constitutional Monarchy, Influence on American Governing by Guest Essayist Joerg Knipprath. Click here to explore our 2022 90-Day Study: American Exceptionalism Revealed: The Historic Rise and Fall of Worldwide Regimes and How United States Founding Wisdom Prevails. America's Founders understood the failings of totalitarian regimes, and thus attempted an experiment in liberty they hoped future Americans would find invaluable and maintain. Constituting America's 2022 90-Day Study looks at the rise and fall of worldwide regimes throughout history, juxtaposed to founding principles of the United States Constitution and federalists' and anti-federalists' views of their day regarding what history taught them about human nature and what is required to preserve our freedom!

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
Zoe Chance: Writer, Teacher, Researcher, and Climate Philanthropist

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 92:49


Zoe Chance is a behavioral scientist at the Yale School of Management and one of its most popular instructors. She worked her way up from telemarketing and door-to-door sales to managing Mattel's Barbie brand's $200 million business to Yale. Zoe's research has been published in The New York Times, BBC, The Economist, and the Harvard Business Review. Her popular TEDx talk, “How to Make a Behavior Addictive,” has over 600,000 views. Zoe received her doctorate degree from Harvard, her MBA from the University of Southern California, and her bachelor's degree from Haverford College. Zoe's latest book is called Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen. If you are a Bob Cialdini or Katy Milkman fan, you'll love this book. This is the longest episode of Remarkable People because it overfloweth with practical and tactical advice about influencing, persuading, and change. I tried to find stuff to cut, but I couldn't. What can I say?

Stock Stories | Case Studies and Mental Models for Individual Investors
The Blessings and Curses of Commitment and Consistency For Investors | Mental Model

Stock Stories | Case Studies and Mental Models for Individual Investors

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 9:37


When we commit to something, we're more likely to follow through with it.  This is especially true when we commit for long periods of time.  But how does this work for or against us as investors?  We explore this concept in today's show.Link to Robert Cialdini's book Influence here:https://tinyurl.com/rv6ahkj40:00 - Start3:09 - My Failure With The Mental Model4:25 - Bill Ackman's Decision5:38 - Logic Behind Netflix Decision7:00 - An Idea To Apply

Quality Queen Control
Gossip, Grace, Influence, & Forgiveness

Quality Queen Control

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 47:07


Hey Angels, In today's episode I talk about gossip, grace, influence and forgiveness! I think this is something that we all can relate to. I really hope that this is thought provoking for you guys because our influence and the people that we associate with also have the tendency to influence us and all of these words have relevancy considering they are all connected as a pertains to our romantic and platonic dynamics.If you would like a personal phone call consult or video from me, check out Wisio!My Pinterest name is AshaaChristinaaIf you would like professional affordable therapy from the same place that I get therapy from go to https://betterhelp.com/ashaIf you have enjoyed this episode, please be sure to rate and review this podcast!If it's your first time listening to this podcast, you can hear more episodes here. I'm also on YouTube and Instagram!Thank you for your time, thank you for listening and thank you for your support!And remember to always stay Kind! xo A

Justice Above All
Outside Influence: The Origins of Anti-CRT Mania

Justice Above All

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 40:37


On this episode, host Dr. Kesha Moore unpacks the anti-truth movement and the coordinated attempts to censor the accurate teaching of American history. Justice Above All is joined by Katrina Feldkamp, Assistant Counsel for the Legal Defense Fund and Anya and Raven, two student leaders in the Southlake Anti-Racism Coalition. 

When The Cleats Come Off
Kevin DeShazo: Leadership, influence and how to “keep chopping wood”, Part 2 of 2

When The Cleats Come Off

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 38:28


Greatness is inconvenient. After talking in last week's episode with best-selling author/speaker Kevin DeShazo about leadership, the power of optimism, relationships and good communication, this week he dives deeper into developing good habits and what it takes to make your goals happen for you, especially when adversity hits. Greatness takes time, and developing processes that will set us up for success is everything.   Follow Kevin on Twitter - https://twitter.com/KevinDeShazo  and on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kevindeshazo/    Check out “Keep Chopping Wood” - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0885Q4Q4Q/ref=as_li_ss_tl?dchild=1&keywords=kevin+deshazo&qid=1588728239&sr=8-2&linkCode=sl1&tag=dali0d-20&linkId=283da8b6aff9a351f4b51f6cd8205cc1 and his other book “Leadership Interrupted” - https://www.amazon.com/Leadership-Interrupted-inspiration-become-leader-ebook/dp/B0764JNT7S    Listen to his podcast “The Leadership Minute: 60 seconds to becoming a better leader” - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/j7mvy-82237/The-Leadership-Minute-with-Kevin-DeShazo-Podcast    Similar Episodes of When the Cleats Come Off   Dr. Chris Carr: Green Bay Packers Director of Performance Psychology: Building Mental Toughness - https://ashleybtraining.podbean.com/e/dr-chris-carr-green-bay-packers-director-of-performance-psychology-building-mental-toughness-1618413382/    GOALS: It's supposed to be hard - https://open.spotify.com/episode/1vF0msGijnHb3DRrBWJ4TA?si=5903b7fc1f164be8    4 Qualities of Greatness - https://open.spotify.com/episode/1XZcFABYDxXJh7zwzwhFg4?si=c28c4c001e454e41 

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe
Under the Influence - Part 1

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 26:00


Today on Bold Steps, were going to be talking about the influence that the Spirit of God has on our lives.  And Pastor Mark Jobe addresses this topic by answering a question we all have … what is the will of God? Our new series and today's message is titled, Under the Influence … See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jim Galiano Show: Online Business Success Minus the Stress
Expanding Your Online Reach and Influence

The Jim Galiano Show: Online Business Success Minus the Stress

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 44:36


Today, I'd like to share with you some thoughts on expanding your online reach and influence within your market. More than just a few people get lost in the weeds once they start investing time, energy, and money into their marketing and advertising. Can I change how you view these topics in a single podcast episode? Maybe so! I'm going to give it a shot in today's episode. Right now, most of my one-on-one clients are taking advantage of the information I'll be sharing with you today. It's working for them, and I believe it can work for you, too!

Journey to Personal Excellence
Ep. 123 - What SUCCESS Really Is

Journey to Personal Excellence

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 22:42


We all have a definition of success. The life we are *hopefully* actively in pursuit to achieve. But is this vision you have of success actually aligned for you?? Or is it something you have been pressured by the outside world and indoctrinated to believe you think you want?? During the first coaching session I have with all of my clients, I want to understand their desires, including their definition of success, and why. I dig deep into understanding what it is that they value and desire out of life, why these things are so important to them, and where these desires came from - do they actually align with what is true for my client, or are my clients aligning their desires out of the pressure of what others think? Inside this episode, I break down what SUCCESS really is, the 4 ways to identify what success means for you, and how in alignment you are with this definition. 

Everything is Teachable
Finding Your Influence (Lissette Calveiro, Influence With Impact)

Everything is Teachable

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 35:16


The influencer marketing industry is booming, and we're going to talk all about it in this episode of Everything Is Teachable. Hear from Lissette Calveiro on her deep experience with influencer marketing, the most important things to know before getting started in the industry, ways to get started with working with brands, and so much more.Lissette Calveiro is a Latina digital entrepreneur living in New York City as an influencer marketing consultant to Fortune 500 brands, social media content creator, and business coach for influencers & personal brands.She is the founder of Influence With Impact™, a consultancy that supports influencers & personal brands in turning their social presence into a balanced business with community impact. She supports her clients through 1:1 coaching, workshops, and a signature 4-month group coaching mastermind. Her consultancy also supports brands in casting community-minded influencers & bringing impactful campaigns to life.Where to find Lissette:Lissette's website: https://influencewithimpact.co/ Lissette's Teachable school: influencewithimpact.teachable.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/lissettecalv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lissettecalvFor all things creator news, important tips, and more, sign up for Teachable's newsletter here: https://teachable.com/newsletter-signup?utm_source=site&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=newsletter-signup-podcast Follow Teachable on social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachable ?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-instagram LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/teachable/?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-linkedin Twitter: https://twitter.com/teachable?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-twitter TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@teachablehq?utm_source=tiktok&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=podcast-tiktok See you next week!

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques.
From Dreaming to Doing: How We Set and Achieve Goals

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques.

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 19:30


Why do we do what we do? What factors drive us? And how do things like competition with others help us achieve our goals?These are the questions most interesting to Szu-chi Huang, an associate professor of marketing with a specific interest in motivation. “Competition definitely increases motivation,” says Huang. “It makes attaining the goal more valuable.”In this episode of Think Fast, Talk Smart, Huang and host Matt Abrahams explore the intersection of human psychology, behavior, and goal attainment—and how communication connects them all.Think Fast, Talk Smart is a podcast produced by Stanford Graduate School of Business. Each episode provides concrete, easy-to-implement tools and techniques to help you hone and enhance your communication.Show Notes"How Pursuit of the Same Goal Can Turn Friends Into Foes," Stanford GSB Insights"Step by Step: Sub-Goals as a Source of Motivation," Faculty Research: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Apptivate
How Marketers Influence Consumer Habits - Joaquín Flores (Kavak)

Apptivate

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 39:21


Joaquín Flores is the Global Online Vice President at Kavak, a digital ecosystem of services for buying and selling used vehicles in Latin America, including financing, maintenance, and auto insurance. Kavak changed the way people buy and sell cars in Mexico and beyond. Joaquín discusses how consumers can adapt to new purchasing habits and why building an app was integral to Kavak's marketing strategy. Joaquín is a mathematician who moved into the world of tech when he realized that individuals have the ability to change consumer behaviors. Before his role at Kavak, he worked in a variety of roles, from search engine marketing for Linio México and strategic planning for Coca-Cola FEMA to Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Business Intelligence for Variv Venture Builder. Joaquín is based in Mexico City.Questions Joaquín Answered in this Episode:Why do you think the digital startup industry has been accelerating in Mexico, and when did it become apparent to you that the industry was growing significantly?Where do your focuses lie today as Global Online VP for Kavak?What was the reason for building out an app?How do you see the app playing within the consumer lifecycle?How do you educate people about a platform like Kavak? And what is their readiness to use a platform like this?What's got you really excited about 2022?Timestamp:3:18 From mathematician to tech startup9:41 Joaquin's background15:34 Why Kavak exists18:43 Joaquin's focus22:37 Why Kavak built an app31:20 Showing a new way to buy/sell cars35:23 What's to comeQuotes:(6:34-6:50) “It was interesting to see that users evolve. Our habits evolve. The way we consume evolved, and it's not fixed. It's something that you can actually change as an individual, that with an idea you can actually change the mindset.”(23:57-24:10) “Why build an app? I think because we have to be able to create long-lasting relationships with our users. We need to be able to not only offer services that we create but to actually listen to the user in every step.”Mentioned in this Episode:Joaquín Flores's LinkedInKavak

Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt
#192: 3 Successful (and Profitable) Innovation Insights Learned from the History of the Full Focus Planner

Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 32:12


When the Full Focus Planner was developed, we had no idea that it would take off and become over half of our business. Five years and one million planners later, Michael Hyatt, Megan Hyatt Miller, and Chief Product Officer Joel Miller talk about the three valuable insights they learned that transformed their business.In this episode, you'll learn - How Full Focus identified an opportunity in the marketWhat to do if something goes wrong with a product launchHow the FFP product line was diversified through direct customer feedbackIn honor of the 5 Year Anniversary of the Full Focus Planner, visit www.fullfocusplanner.com and use the code "CHEERSTO5YEARS" for 10% off sitewide! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Strictly Stalking
S3 / E123 Under His Influence: Stalking Nikki

Strictly Stalking

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 87:17


Nikki was seventeen when she met the man she would later date, have a child with, and would eventually become her stalker. During the relationship, he was controlling and abusive. Every time Nikki tried to leave, he lured her back with promises that things would get better. When she became pregnant with their child, the abuse escalated to the point that Nikki was held captive and tortured. When she was able to get help, her stalker was arrested. Nikki moved over 3000 miles away, but when he was released from jail, he found her, threatened her, and continued to stalk her. He called her work, harassed her boss, and made constant threats against her and her family. Her friends alerted Nikki that he had found the address of where she was staying, and Nikki believes he had every intention of murdering her. **The following episode of Strictly Stalking contains depictions of domestic violence, sexual assault, and harm to animals. Listener discretion is advised.** DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN STORY TO SHARE? E-MAIL US strictlystalkingpod@gmail.com RATE US As a listener of Strictly Stalking please leave a review and rate us FIVE STARS on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/strictly-stalking/id1494237083 Instagram: Strictly Stalking @strictlystalkingpod Jaimie Beebe @feathergirl77 Jake Deptula @jaked3000

Business of Bouffe
Eat's Business #55 | Embargo sur le blé Indien, bataille d'influence autour de Nutriscore et Flink rachète Cajoo

Business of Bouffe

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 30:36


Dans ce nouvel épisode de Eat's Business, la revue de presse du Business de la Bouffe, Olivier Frey et Daniel Coutinho reviennent sur les actualités food de la semaine. On parle de la crise du blé qui prend une nouvelle dimension avec l'embargo Indien, des débats autour du Nutriscore et du rachat de Cajoo par l'Allemand Flink.On parle également des géants de la viande qui investissent massivement dans l'alternative végétale, au même temps que le secteur souffre avec une croissance moins rapide que prévu. Et on finit avec un article intéressant sur le Bowl, le plat en vogue dans la restauration rapide. 

The Finance Leader Podcast
087: Let's Talk About Your Self-Worth

The Finance Leader Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 14:47


Your long-term success and how you feel about yourself are directly affected by your self-worth and your confidence level.  What you believe in yourself affects your ability to take risk and feel confident about what roles and challenges may be next for you. Your mindset is powerful, and this requires a daily exercise of self-care to strengthen yourself against the adversity you will face and to give you confidence to go after your long-term goal. Episode outline:1) Build a healthy approach in how we see ourselves,2) Know your self-worth,3) Practice great self-care, and4) Taking risk is key to growth and opportunity. Please connect with me on:1. Instagram: stephen.mclain2. Twitter: smclainiii3. Facebook: stephenmclainconsultant4. LinkedIn: stephenjmclainiiiConsider joining The Finance Leader Podcast Community Facebook Group, where we can talk leadership and the other topics I present here on the podcast. https://www.facebook.com/groups/financeleaderpodcast  This is a good time to jump in and start sharing ideas and thoughts about leadership so we can help each other.For more resources, please visit stephenmclain.com. On the website, you can download the Leadership Growth Blueprint for Finance and Accounting Managers. You can use this guide to develop your leadership by focusing on communication, and growing and empowering your team.You can now purchase a course to help you advance your career from financeleaderacademy.com. It's called Advance Your Finance and Accounting Career: Developing a Promotion Strategy that Sets You Apart.

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
The Exact Science Behind Trying Not to Get Cancer

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 38:21


Today's ad-free episode of Out Of Patients is made possible by our friends at Exact Sciences, changing lives together through earlier detection and smarter answers. You know, I always love being the dumbest guy in the room because it bodes well that our discussions will be of the highest caliber of authenticity, trust, and the occasional 80s reference. I am grateful to welcome two genius humans who have uniquely accomplished insanely great things that have changed the world for the better. Dr. Paul Limburg is the Chief Medical Officer at Exact Sciences, and Dr. Nickolas Papadopoulos is a Professor of Oncology and Pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Our conversation ranges from "meditainment" and a poor Sean Connery impression to a future where it may be possible for there to be something called MCED, or "Multi-Cancer Early Detection." We've been talking about cancer prevention for decades, but soon it may be possible to nip it in the bud before it gets awful—a future where one test can detect more than one type of cancer. That's progress. And, of course, it wouldn't be an episode with Exact Sciences without mentioning their groundbreaking diagnostic too, Cologuard. Strap in for a lesson on how the sausage is made (pun intended), along with a trip to the past, an examination of the present, and a look into the future. Enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Conversations for the Good
Inquiring into Our Hidden Aspects

Conversations for the Good

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 26:17


We're curious about the unrealized parts of our life. Join us as we peel back the barriers that prevent us from being the best version of ourselves.

KickBack - The Global Anticorruption Podcast
78. Ray Fisman on types of corruption and the hidden influence of political connections

KickBack - The Global Anticorruption Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 55:13


We are thrilled to welcome Ray Fisman (@RFisman), Professor of Economics at Boston University, long-standing corruption expert and author of Economic Gangsters: Corruption, Violence, and the Poverty of Nations (https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691144696/economic-gangsters) (with Ed Miguel) and Corruption: What everybody needs to know (https://books.google.de/books/about/Corruption.html?id=XdVKDgAAQBAJ&redir_esc=y) (with Miriam Golden). Matthew and Ray sat down to discuss the classic question whether corruption always hinders development, which types of corruption are particularly harmful, conversations that inspired Ray's career and Ray's more recent work on the hidden influence of political connections. You can find all the referenced papers below: Professor Louis T. Wells (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_T._Wells) whose work on Indonesia influenced Ray Samuel Huntington (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_P._Huntington) who coined the idea that corruption may grease the wheels Moncur Olsen (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mancur_Olson) who introduced the distinction between some forms of centralized corruption being like a stationary bandit while other less centralized are like roving bandits Andrej Shleifer and Robert Vishny's famous QJE paper entitled Corruptionhttps://academic.oup.com/qje/article/108/3/599/1881822?login=true Benjamin Olken and Patrick Barron's work in Aceh introducing the idea of a toll booth theory of corruption https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/599707?casa_token=FXxoxMmoqHYAAAAA%3ARSJD5IXWK31c7PjQO_vIuBlNTyZPOCRhiszsBLnTd_j0Sn8rbN5kPkO-aK4bj_zLiKYaHe0xBLeN Shang-Jin Wei's work on the varying prices of bribes https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/cbs-directory/detail/sw2446 New York Times Article of mine collapse in China: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/27/world/asia/china-mine-disaster.html Ray & Marianne Bertrand's work on hidden influence of political connectedness: https://gcgc.global/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/5.-Yegen_Politics_Ownership_compressed.pdf https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/aer.20180615

Path to Podcast Success
Stacy Raske: InFLOWencial CEO

Path to Podcast Success

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 31:25


Stacy Raske is a bestselling author, speaker, podcast host, Iraq War Veteran, badass biker chick, leadership mentor, authenticity alchemist, executive coach, and boundaries expert. She's also the founder and CEO of the InFLOWential Leadership Mastermind. Her mission in life is to unlock the highest potential and performance in others by shattering the invisible ceiling so they can embody their full purpose while enjoying the ride. She loves to help Alpha leaders shift from intimidating to influential by embracing their rebellious side and disrupting the status quo.  Stacy has written for and been featured in numerous magazines, including Authority Magazine and Business Insider. Using the toolkit she's learned recovering from trauma and addiction, she's mentored and inspired thousands with her vulnerability, authenticity, intuition, and storytelling. Stacy believes that "everything we need to be successful is already within us and we must give ourselves permission to embody all we desire." She lives outside Tampa, Florida with her husband, Jeffry, two fabulous motorcycles, and two cats.Learn more about Stacy here.Listen to her amazing podcast here.

RNZ: Morning Report
Hopes Indo-Pacific Economic Alliance will boost US influence

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 3:53


New Zealand has joined an economic alliance of Asia-Pacific nations, which the United States hopes will counter China's dominance and boost its own influence in the region. More than a dozen countries have signed up to the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, which was launched in Japan last night. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern - who is on her way to the US - says it's an opportunity to enhance New Zealand's partnerships with major regional economies.

The Bill Riley Show
Bartle is back! Steve Bartle discusses the influence of NIL on present day recruiting and Utah football's latest news

The Bill Riley Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 18:13


Lead Up for Women
How To Launch A Start-Up With Success

Lead Up for Women

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:16


Episode #9 Join me today as I Interview Mary Scott on Take the Leap. Mary Scott is an Emmy nominated documentary filmmaker, and one of the Top 30 Producers of 2004 in VideoProducer Magazine. She is an expert networker with lots of DIY tips to make you look like you HAVE a crew when you ARE the crew. She has posted many video testimonials for other businesses and is part of the St. Louis StartUp Business ecosystem encouraging new businesses to become wildly successful by working with her & her resources. We invite you to join us in subscribing to our podcast, attending our events, or simply following us on social media! https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-biggs/ You can also reach our team and send an email to info@colleenbiggs.net Snag a copy of her latest book, Step Into the Spotlight to Expand your Influence here https://colleenbiggs.net/books/. Find out more about how you can work directly with Colleen, click here https://colleenbiggs.net/ You can also find our weekly interviews and instructional videos on YouTube here. https://www.youtube.com/c/ColleenBiggs Subscribe today to be kept up-to-date on the latest episodes! Thank you to our Sponsor today: Dr. Melissa Balizan At Ask Dr. Melissa we help our clients shift from a plethora of pills to just a few, truly necessary ones. Together we peel back the band-aids and get rid of the unnecessary things that are just treating the symptoms it's time to treat the root cause. Together we leverage the established benefits of eastern and western medicines, focus on the true root cause of the issue, and address it from the core. So be sure to schedule your Ask Dr. Melissa consultation today at askdrmelissa.net   To connect with our guest today: Mary Scott LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/businessriff/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZbjKcnBl3adg5utrSXexaw Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/startupbusinesslaunchpad https://www.facebook.com/MaryScott.BusinessConcierge/ Website https://businessriff.com Email: businessriff@gmail.com

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
Terri Jo Neff, investigative reporter for the Arizona Daily Independent, discusses Maricopa County Stephen Richer's conflict of interest and how his influence in elections with PAC money has come into question.

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 4:53


Stephen Richer's influence is being called into question and the conflict of interest that exists has become evident.

Life on Podcast
135. Circle of Influence w/ Special Guest: Cliff Oxford

Life on Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 63:43


We sit down with author and founder of the entrepreneur think tank Cliffco, Cliff Oxford to discuss the power of your Circle of Influence. When Covid hit it gave me (Stone) a chance to survey all areas of my life, and as someone who didn't come up with a personal mentor, I realized I needed to “friend up”.  My circle was loving and valuable, but it was narrow and limited. A friend invited me to the invitation-only think tank meeting and I after some diligent vetting, I was invited to join. It has change the trajectory of my life and exponentially added to the value of my circle, with evident benefits! 

Sister Scriptorians
Episode 159: The Influence Of One Very Wicked Man

Sister Scriptorians

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:15


Book of Mormon. LDS Women. Alma. Captain Moroni. Discernment. Contention. Holy GHost. Spirit.

Kinjaz PodKast
What's Meant For You Will Always Be | Vanness Wu

Kinjaz PodKast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 82:15


Actor, singer, director, entrepreneur, member of F4 and the Korean Mandopop duo Kangta & Vanness, Vanness Wu goes deep with the hosts about not being able to dance as a kid, learning about success from people around him, and how his faith influences his art.  O0:00 Intro 05:00 Origin 08:00 First finding joy in dance and performing 12:00 Getting signed 16:00 Appearing in Run DMC vs. Jason Nevin's 'It's like that' video 18:00 Moving to Taipei and pitching demos 24:00 Learning to believe in yourself 28:00 Influence of family  32:00 Meteor Garden 35:00 Dealing with fame and success 40:00 Faith and making art 47:00 Navigating failure and shape-shifting projects 54:00 NFTs 55:00 Purpose  1:01:00 Growing up Buddhist and coming to the church 1:05:30 Lightning round Hosts Ben Chung Anthony Lee Recording - Chad Mayate Kinjaz Theme by Charlie Nguyen Kinjaz in collaboration with Broccoli Productions

Beyond Influencer Marketing
The easiest form of influence that almost no one is using - Rob and Kennedy of Response Suite

Beyond Influencer Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 39:49


Rob and Kennedy of ResponseSuite join us to share The easiest form of influence that almost no one is using. Rob and Kennedy share: The segment of the market we usually forget when it comes to increasing our influence  Self-discovery questions to figure out whether our marketing strategy is helping us maximize influence How to upsell at scale in a segmented way The flaw within the traditional marketing ascension model The exact email sequence to engage buyers and lead them to the next step in the  customer journey The role of surveys in our ability to connect with current customers and gain influence The easy-to-use and accessible technology to gather feedback from customers and clients About Rob and Kennedy: Rob and Kennedy are the most unlikely entrepreneurs you'll ever meet. Sporting hairstyles that look like comic-book characters and backgrounds in psychology, hypnosis, and show business – it's hard to believe they're serial entrepreneurs with an uncanny knack for building businesses with riotous email marketing. They're the founders of ResponseSuite.com which helps businesses power their sales and marketing using customer feedback. They are also the hosts of the popular “3 Marketers Walk Into A Podcast” https://blog.responsesuite.com/category/3-marketers-podcast/ and “The Email Marketing Show.” https://the-email-marketing-show.captivate.fm/ Sign up for Rob and Kennedy's masterclass “The Weird 1-Step Email Campaign That Doubled Our Sales And How To Rip It Off In Under 60 Mins!” at https://www.responsesuite.com/webinar

The Fearless Agent Podcast
Episode - 182 Sales Skills From an Unlikely Source!

The Fearless Agent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 36:18


Friend of the Fearless Agent Podcast  Sam B. shares Sales Skills From an Unlikely Source!. Fearless Agent Coaching is the Highest Results Producing Real Estate Sales Training and Coaching Program in the Industry and we can prove it will work for you if it's a good fit! Call us today at 480-385-8810 to see if it may be  good fit for you! Telephone Prospecting for Realtors means Cold Calling, Door knocking, Calling for Sale By Owners, Calling Expired Listings, Calling your Sphere of Influence, Farming, Holding Open Houses, but Fearless Agent Coaching Students di all of these completely differently and get massively better results! Find out how! Listen in each week as Bob gives an overview and explains the big ideas behind making big money as a Fearless Agent! If you are earning less selling real estate than you wish you were, and you're open to the idea of having some help, We are here for you! You will never again be in a money making situation with a Buyer, Seller or Investor and not have the right words! You will be very confident! You will be a Fearless Agent! Call Bob anytime for more information about Fearless Agent Coaching for Agents, Fearless Agent Recruiting Training for Broker/Owners, or hiring Bob as a Speaker for your next Event! Call today 480-385-8810 - or go to https://fearlessagent.com  Telephone Prospecting for Realtors means Cold Calling, Door knocking, Calling for Sale By Owners, Calling Expired Listings, Calling your Sphere of Influence, Farming, Holding Open Houses, Spin Selling, but Fearless Agent Coaching Students do all of these completely differently and get massively better results! Find out how! Are You an Owner of a Real Estate Company - need help Recruiting Producing Agents - Call today! 480-385-8810 and Watch the Recruiting Video at FearlessAgentRecruiting.com Real Estate coaching  training  Real estate training real estate coaching real estate speaker real estate coach real estate sales sales training realtor realtor training realtor coach realtor coaching realtor sales coaching realtor recruiting real estate agent real estate broker realtor prospecting real estate prospecting prospecting for listings calling expired listings calling for sale by owners realtor success Best Realtor Coach Best Realtor Coaching Spin Selling See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Tout un monde - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 6:14


ChooseFI
378 | Earning Power: The Best Protection Against Inflation

ChooseFI

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 59:15


In this week's episode, Brad and Jonathan dissect the idea of earning power being used as a weapon to combat inflation, and strategies you can implement to level up your income! One of the best ways to reduce the impact inflation has on your life is to out-earn the inflation rate. While that solution can easily fall under the umbrella phrase of, "easier said than done," there are actions you can take to make that process easier for yourself! Listen along as the guys discuss different strategies to approach raising your income and see if any of them can apply to you and your FI journey! Timestamps 0:55 - Introductions and Season's Change 5:37 - Times is a Resource 9:10 - Start With Spending 14:07 - College Cynicism 21:53 - The Career Freedom of FI 25:04 - Income Combatting Inflation 28:10 - Performance Reviews and Standing Out 36:15 - The Art of Salary Negotiation 43:00 - Influence 45:03 - The Script 51:31 - How Can I Improve This? 53:42 - Opportunity and Conclusion Resources Mentioned In Today's Conversation Glide Path to Retirement During Uncertainty | ChooseFI Ep 377 Subscribe to The FI Weekly! Early Retirement Extreme Career Hacking With ESI Money | ChooseFI Ep 23 How to Negotiate Your Salary Without Burning Bridges | Financial Mechanic | ChooseFI Ep 211 Glassdoor Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini Salesforce: A Lucrative Career and No Degree or Tech Background Needed If You Want To Support ChooseFI: Earn $1,000 in cashback with ChooseFI's 3-card credit card strategy Share FI by sending a friend ChooseFI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence Track your personal finances with Personal Capital Compare, buy, and save big on insurance with Policygenius Keep learning or start a new sidehustle with one of our educational courses Slash your cellphone bill without sacrificing service with Mint Mobile

LE BOARD
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LE BOARD

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 8:28