En el episodio de hoy me siento con Iván Morales Jr., quien es papá, soñador, influencer, beach lover y en mi opinión, una de las mentes más brillantes en el mundo de network marketing. Iván me cuenta la historia de cuando su papá le regaló el libro "How to Win Friends and Influence People" a los 12 años, cómo comenzó en el negocio junto con su esposa, Beba, cuando tenían 23 años, la importancia de rodearte de personas que aporten a tu vida y el valor de la autoeducación. También hablamos sobre la importancia de tener una pareja que esté dispuesta a crecer junto a ti, cómo debes de ver los "no" que surgen a lo largo del camino y por qué debes tener una visión clara hacia donde quieres llegar en la vida. Tres "takeaways" de este episodio: 1. Cuando el camino se pone duro, los duros siguen caminando. 2. El camino al éxito no es un camino pavimentado. Muchas veces tendrás que agarrar un machete y empezar a crear un camino para que otros vengan. 3. El éxito es la realización progresiva de un sueño. Puedes conectar con Iván en Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ivanjrmorales/ y no olvides seguir a Mentores en Línea https://www.instagram.com/mentoresenlinea/.
Life's a peach, this week, as we soak up the sun in South Carolina to snare a man who can sniff out agency B.S. a mile away. Here to vent eloquent fire, it's Derek Walker. Chief instigator, janitor, secretary, and mailroom person for his tiny agency brown and browner, Derek is a stellar copywriter and a loud, proud critic (and lover) of the ad industry. He talks to us on his “late start” in advertising, agencies flat-out refusing to hire him because he's black, what he learned from Pizza Hut, going agency side, why you should always read the employee manual, what agencies fear most, why there's a problem with so many DE&I roles, the confidence crisis in advertising, and a ton more. This episode is so good it's ridiculous. In fact, we should charge you for it. But we aren't going to. Partly because we can't work out how to. And partly cos you couldn't afford what it's worth. ///// Follow Derek on Twitter and LinkedIn Watch The Advertising Industry Is Working Scared And This Isn't A Winning Strategy Listen to him talk about advertising, client relationships, and advice for copywriters here Check out The Boondocks And treat yourself to some Marvel comics from the 70s and 80s Timestamps (01:51) - Quick fire questions (03:19) - First ever job (04:19) - His “late start” in advertising (09:54) - Jump from client side to agency side (20:26) - Why you should always read the employee manual (26:39) - What agencies fear & the confidence crisis in advertising (35:50) - Listener questions (41:44) - The problem with DE&I roles & how to make them better (57:57) - 4 pertinent posers (1:00:11) - Why more ad people should read The New Testament Derek's book recommendations are: Damn Good Advice by George Lois How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor by Jerry Della Femina Anything by Stephen King /////
176: Does Your Nonprofit Board Have the Skills to Thrive? (Lisa Cook)SUMMARYIf leadership begins at the top, does your board ensure everyone is performing at their best at the work they pledged to do? In episode #176 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, board governance expert Lisa Cook shares how to identify, cultivate, train and engage your board for long-term success. She discusses why such skills as governance, strategic planning and financial acumen are necessary for success, and things new and aspiring board members must develop. Clear communication of expectations is a vital component at every level of nonprofit leadership, and none more important than between the CEO and Board Chair. Lisa shares how to engage in intentional communication of expectations, and how it provides a mutual understanding of needs, support, resources, and goals. ABOUTLisa Cook is the Founder and Managing Director of Get on Board Australia, supporting aspiring, new and existing board members and boards to thrive. She has thirteen years of experience serving on boards from a range of organizations in the private, public, and not for profit sectors in Adelaide, Sydney, and across Australia, including Shooting Australia, Inclusive Sport SA, West Beach Community Bendigo Bank, and Australian College of Professionals. Along with writing and commenting regularly on governance, board members, and boards, Lisa hosts the Board Shorts Podcast; sharing insights, lessons, and advice from her experience in the boardroom and from subject matter experts across the world. Lisa holds a degree from Charles Sturt University in business management and marketing, has completed the Foundations of Directorship program through AICD, and is currently studying a Master of Business Law at the University of Adelaide.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESFierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time by Susan ScottHow to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale CarnegiePlays Well with Others by Eric BarkerLearn more about Lisa and her work with Boards hereCheck out Patton's best-selling book Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic Sector
*Arguably the most influential self-help book of all time, Dale Carnegie's bestseller had an immediate impact on publication in 1936, going through 17 editions in its first year alone, and coining a much-imitated phrase. *Still highly popular today, How to Win Friends and Influence People is a paean to integrity and good humor in the name of healthy capitalism, and a touchstone of American self-improvement. *People continue to flock to Dale Carnegie courses and swear by his simple, yet powerful, advice. *In fact, it's said that the only diploma hanging in Warren Buffett's office is his certificate from Dale Carnegie's training course. Theme 1: What would Lincoln do? - 0:29 Theme 2: The age of influence - 10:02 Theme 3: Lead like Carnegie - 17:46 Like what you hear? Be sure to like & subscribe to support this podcast! Also leave a comment and let us know your thoughts on the episode. You can also get a free weekly email about the Book Insight of the week. Subscribe at memod.com/insights Want quick save-able, share-able bullet points on this book? Check out the Memo: https://memod.com/WorkingOnWellness/how-can-i-be-more-likeable-191 HEAR THE FULL INTERVIEWS MENTIONED IN TODAYS' EPISODE HERE: Frei, Frances. “Transcript of ‘How to Build (and Rebuild) Trust.'” TED, www.ted.com/talks/frances_frei_how_to_build_and_rebuild_trust/transcript?language=en. Haidt, Jonathan. “Transcript of ‘Can a Divided America Heal?".” TED, www.ted.com/talks/jonathan_haidt_can_a_divided_america_heal/transcript. “198: How to Win Friends and Influence People.” This American Life, 14 Dec. 2017, www.thisamericanlife.org/198/transcript. Full Title: How to Win Friends and Influence People Year of Publication: 1936 Book Author: Dale Carnegie To purchase the complete edition of this book click here: https://tinyurl.com/3tyy823b Book Insight Writer: Morwenna Loughman Editor: Tom Butler-Bowden Producer: Gabe Mara Production Manager: Karin Richey Curator: Tom Butler-Bowden Narrator: Kristi Burns
In the twenty-sixth episode, recorded at block #753876, hosts Turbo, Mitch, and Don talk with Attorney Steve Sanders about Find more on Steve:Twitter Account - @attorneysandersHodl.LawResources Referenced: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis - Free PDFMan's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl - Free PDFHow to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale CarnegieWhy Buy Bitcoin by Andy EdstromThe Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous - Free PDFLayered Money by Nik BhatiaCheck Your Financial Privilege by Alex GladsteinInventing Bitcoin by Yan PritzkerSponsors: The Satoshi SentinelThe Satoshi Sentinel is the best place to find the latest news, articles, and information on the Bitcoin industry. Instead of following 10 news sites, 15 blogs, and 100 Twitter accounts, you can simply check out The Satoshi Sentinel dot com for the best selection of articles, carefully curated for all the orange-pilled addicts.www.thesatoshisentinel.comTwitter - @satoshisentinelVoltageVoltage provides enterprise-grade services for Lightning. Voltage gives everyone the power to run their own Lightning Node without the hassle of dealing with the command line, updates, hardware, or uptime complications through a user-friendly web-based dashboard and API. You can also get inbound liquidity with their Flow product. Sign up on their waitlist for their next-gen platform and join the community on discord.www.voltage.cloudTwitter - @voltage_cloudTwitter Info: -@OrangePillAddix-@TurboHodl-@WittyUsername30-@kc_hodlKansas City Bitcoin MeetupKcBitcoiners.comIntro music by Coma-Media from PixabayDisclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be used as financial advice.
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In this new “What I Learned...” episode of the Passive Wealth Principles Podcast, Jake Harris will break down his interview with Tim Kelly, a real estate investor & educator, a best-selling author, speaker, and a former Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy. He is the owner of Kelly Housing Group, and also a VP of Education & Co-Owner on Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI), a platform that helps active, veteran, reserve, and other military-affiliated personnel achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. During Jake's summary of Tim's conversation, he shares some nuggets of wisdom he gained from this conversation You will find out a little bit about Tim's background and the story of how he became a syndicator. Jake will talk about how the most curious people tend to be the most successful in business and the importance of having the right mindset in order to succeed in real estate. He will also discuss the importance of niching down on one thing in real estate and the Barney style of investing. You will find out the reasons why Tim became a certified high-performance coach, what were some of the most important books he mentioned in the episode and so much more. Listen now and enjoy! What You'll Learn in this Show: A little bit about Tim's background and the story of how he became a syndicator How the most curious people tend to be the most successful in business The importance of niching down on one thing in real estate The reasons why Tim became a certified high-performance coach Some important books Tim mentioned in the episode And so much more... Resources: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tim-kelly-creating-streams-of-passive-income/id1627940600?i=1000577062281 (Tim Kelly | Creating Streams of Passive Income) https://www.catchknives.com (Catchknives.com) Books: https://www.amazon.com/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/B0006IU7JK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3PYTT6NNDK1XR&keywords=How+to+Win+Friends+and+Influence+People.&qid=1661028319&s=audible&sprefix=how+to+win+friends+and+influence+people.%2Caudible%2C302&sr=1-1 (How to Win Friends & Influence People ) https://www.amazon.com/Cant-Hurt-Me-David-Goggins-audiobook/dp/B07KKP62FW/ref=sr_1_1?crid=34AMI84WQCS8T&keywords=can%27t+hurt+me+by+David+Goggins.+Right%2C&qid=1661028429&sprefix=can%27t+hurt+me+by+david+goggins.+right%2C%2Caps%2C169&sr=8-1 (Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds ) https://www.amazon.com/Extreme-Ownership-audiobook/dp/B015TM0RM4/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3R59AU9GSBPMU&keywords=Extreme+Ownership&qid=1661028471&s=audible&sprefix=extreme+ownership+%2Caudible%2C173&sr=1-1 (Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win) https://www.amazon.com/Wealth-Cant-Wait-Implement-Business/dp/B07W7L4QWM/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1METES3U01RGG&keywords=wealth+cant+wait&qid=1661028392&s=audible&sprefix=wealth+can+t+wait%2Caudible%2C174&sr=1-1 (Wealth Can't Wait: Avoid the 7 Wealth Traps, Implement the 7 Business Pillars, and Complete a Life Audit Today!) https://www.amazon.com/Go-Giver-Expanded-Edition-audiobook/dp/B0168Y6UO6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2T0R9MGULTX0Z&keywords=Go+Giver&qid=1661028558&sprefix=go+giver%2Caps%2C245&sr=8-1 (The Go-Giver)
Charles Yu won the 2020 National Book Award for Interior Chinatown but some of us became fans a decade earlier, with How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe (2010). That novel brilliantly uses SF conventions to uncover the kind of self-deceptive infilling that we all do every day, the little stories we tell ourselves to make our world seem predictable and safe when it's anything but. In this crossover episode, which originally aired on Novel Dialogue, where critics and novelists sit down together in peace, He speaks with John and with science-fiction scholar Chris Fan, Assistant Professor at UC Irvine, senior editor and co-founder of Hyphen magazine. The conversation gets quickly into intimate territory: the pockets of safe space and the “small feelings” that families can and cannot provide, and that science fiction can or cannot recreate. Graph paper and old math books get a star turn. Charlie's time as a lawyer is scrutinized; so too is “acute impostor syndrome” and the everyday feeling of putting on a costume or a mask, as well as what Du Bois called “double-consciousness.” Mentioned in this Episode: --Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) --W. E. B. Du Bois on “double-consciousness” (and so much more): Souls of Black Folk (1903) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
Charles Yu won the 2020 National Book Award for Interior Chinatown but some of us became fans a decade earlier, with How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe (2010). That novel brilliantly uses SF conventions to uncover the kind of self-deceptive infilling that we all do every day, the little stories we tell ourselves to make our world seem predictable and safe when it's anything but. In this crossover episode, which originally aired on Novel Dialogue, where critics and novelists sit down together in peace, He speaks with John and with science-fiction scholar Chris Fan, Assistant Professor at UC Irvine, senior editor and co-founder of Hyphen magazine. The conversation gets quickly into intimate territory: the pockets of safe space and the “small feelings” that families can and cannot provide, and that science fiction can or cannot recreate. Graph paper and old math books get a star turn. Charlie's time as a lawyer is scrutinized; so too is “acute impostor syndrome” and the everyday feeling of putting on a costume or a mask, as well as what Du Bois called “double-consciousness.” Mentioned in this Episode: --Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) --W. E. B. Du Bois on “double-consciousness” (and so much more): Souls of Black Folk (1903) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Communication is 7% Words 38% Tone of Voice 55% Body Language Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner, and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy podcast, sits down with Shelly O'Donovan, CEO of Authentic Influence Group with certifications in Body Language Training and the Big 5 Personalities. In this episode, Shelly reveals commonly overlooked communication practices and advice on how we can get better at conveying our true selves. Tune in to learn secrets used by politicians and other communication experts. 3 KEY POINTS: Communication starts with building rapport. Good communication is being your true self and with open body language. Better communication leads to better outcomes. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: Shelly went from politics to starting her own business in healthcare, helping companies influence the political arena. She got laid off and became burnt out applying for and working in several jobs before learning about Body Language and being certified. She struggled with communication and picked up bad habits growing up, so she devoted herself to improving later on. Politicians always deliver the message they want to convey quickly and clearly. Introverts tend to close themselves through body language. Try to open up your body language, keep your arms open, and make eye contact. To remember someone's name, associate their name with anything similar or write down bits of information about the person on a piece of paper when they leave the room. For social media, just be yourself and let the world see you, not being worried about perfecting what you post. In practicing your communication skills, start with small steps and with people you're comfortable with. Shelly recommends checking these people out: Vanessa Van Edwards - Behavioral Investigator at Science of People Joe Navarro - Former FBI Agent and Body Language Expert Dale Carnegie - Best-Selling “Author of How to Win Friends and Influence People” among other books TWEETABLE QUOTES: “Authentic Influence means not trying to be somebody you're not. Just be yourself and let the world see you.” – Shelly O'Donovan “Open your body language more. Open your arms, make eye contact, and be curious about other people. Better communication leads to better outcomes.” – Shelly O'Donovan CONNECT WITH JASON DUPRAT LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram | Youtube Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ABOUT THE GUEST Shelly O'Donovan is the CEO of the Authentic Influence Group. She teaches Persuasive Speaking at the Wharton School, of the University of Pennsylvania. She has led vaccine advocacy for GSK, worked as a healthcare lobbyist, and served as a staffer in state government. She has been focused on cultivating authentic influence her entire career, and decoding what makes people tick. Shelly has an MPA from the University of Pennsylvania, a Marketing certification from Wharton School (of UPENN), and a BA in political science. She has a certification in body language training and the big 5 personalities from a behavioral research lab. CONNECT WITH THE GUEST LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shellyodonovan/ Website - www.authenticinfluencegroup.com RESOURCES Want to become a Ketamine Therapy provider? Enroll NOW in The Ketamine Academy course: ketamineacademy.com/presentation Have a healthcare business question? Want to request a podcast topic? Text me at 407-972-0084 and I'll add you to my contacts. Occasionally, I'll share important announcements and answer your questions as well. I'm excited to connect with you! Do you enjoy our podcast? Leave a rating and review: https://lovethepodcast.com/hea Don't want to miss an episode? Subscribe and follow: https://followthepodcast.com/hea RELATED EPISODES: #198: TACTICAL TUESDAY: A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS & CONVERT CUSTOMERS #229: TACTICAL TUESDAY: BRING OUT THE BEST IN YOURSELF & YOUR BUSINESS WITH A POSITIVE MINDSET #260: THE 5-STEP PRODUCTIVITY MUST-DO'S TO GET MORE OUT OF YOUR BUSINESS (MINUS THE BURNOUT!) WITH MRIDU PARIKH #HealthcareEntrepreneurAcademy #healthcare #HealthcareBoss #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #podcast #businessgrowth #teamgrowth #digitalbusiness
Charles Yu won the 2020 National Book Award for Interior Chinatown but some of us became fans a decade earlier, with How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe (2010). That novel brilliantly uses SF conventions to uncover the kind of self-deceptive infilling that we all do every day, the little stories we tell ourselves to make our world seem predictable and safe when it's anything but. In this crossover episode, which originally aired on Novel Dialogue, where critics and novelists sit down together in peace, He speaks with John and with science-fiction scholar Chris Fan, Assistant Professor at UC Irvine, senior editor and co-founder of Hyphen magazine. The conversation gets quickly into intimate territory: the pockets of safe space and the “small feelings” that families can and cannot provide, and that science fiction can or cannot recreate. Graph paper and old math books get a star turn. Charlie's time as a lawyer is scrutinized; so too is “acute impostor syndrome” and the everyday feeling of putting on a costume or a mask, as well as what Du Bois called “double-consciousness.” Mentioned in this Episode: --Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) --W. E. B. Du Bois on “double-consciousness” (and so much more): Souls of Black Folk (1903) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Charles Yu won the 2020 National Book Award for Interior Chinatown but some of us became fans a decade earlier, with How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe (2010). That novel brilliantly uses SF conventions to uncover the kind of self-deceptive infilling that we all do every day, the little stories we tell ourselves to make our world seem predictable and safe when it's anything but. In this crossover episode, which originally aired on Novel Dialogue, where critics and novelists sit down together in peace, He speaks with John and with science-fiction scholar Chris Fan, Assistant Professor at UC Irvine, senior editor and co-founder of Hyphen magazine. The conversation gets quickly into intimate territory: the pockets of safe space and the “small feelings” that families can and cannot provide, and that science fiction can or cannot recreate. Graph paper and old math books get a star turn. Charlie's time as a lawyer is scrutinized; so too is “acute impostor syndrome” and the everyday feeling of putting on a costume or a mask, as well as what Du Bois called “double-consciousness.” Mentioned in this Episode: --Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) --W. E. B. Du Bois on “double-consciousness” (and so much more): Souls of Black Folk (1903) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Charles Yu won the 2020 National Book Award for Interior Chinatown but some of us became fans a decade earlier, with How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe (2010). That novel brilliantly uses SF conventions to uncover the kind of self-deceptive infilling that we all do every day, the little stories we tell ourselves to make our world seem predictable and safe when it's anything but. In this crossover episode, which originally aired on Novel Dialogue, where critics and novelists sit down together in peace, He speaks with John and with science-fiction scholar Chris Fan, Assistant Professor at UC Irvine, senior editor and co-founder of Hyphen magazine. The conversation gets quickly into intimate territory: the pockets of safe space and the “small feelings” that families can and cannot provide, and that science fiction can or cannot recreate. Graph paper and old math books get a star turn. Charlie's time as a lawyer is scrutinized; so too is “acute impostor syndrome” and the everyday feeling of putting on a costume or a mask, as well as what Du Bois called “double-consciousness.” Mentioned in this Episode: --Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) --W. E. B. Du Bois on “double-consciousness” (and so much more): Souls of Black Folk (1903) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-fiction
The #1 Difference Between Gross and Awesome Selling TacticsThere are a thousand ways to make money and whether it's a DM or a funnel or an ad or a webinar or a VSL or a Free CHALLENGE there will always be a segment of the market that does it GROSS and others that do it really well and everyone LOOVES it.So what's the difference between GROSS and awesome?For me, no matter which method I use, it always always always always starts with my true INTENTION.Are we looking for a one night stand or a lifelong relationship.After selling millions of dollars in products and services for companies like AT&T, Intuit (Quickbooks), Quill, Starting my own beverage company and now (my retirement years) consulting businesses to sell authentically I know there is no single “tactic” that is the “silver bullet”.At least not if you want lasting, reliable, “lay my head on the pillow with a clear conscious” business.To call it “social selling” isn't even correct IMHO.DM selling is very different than social selling.Social selling is as old as the hills (citing: How to Win Friends and Influence People and he learned it from his grandfather!!)What makes one method work for someone and not another .... ??I would say ask yourself “what makes one pick up line work for one person and not another?”A thousand factors... right?If you are reaching out on any platform (even text /BOT/ email/ it's not JUST DM's where this can be a problem) ....It's easy when as marketers we look at DATA and forget the HUMAN that makes up that dot on the matrix.My best advice if you've been on either side of something that makes you feel GROSS and are now wary of any sales activities ...I Set an intention to be KIND .... (my belief is of you are here, you ARE genuinely kind)What I to use to try to imagine that everyone is a child of someone, a neighbor, maybe a sister or brother to someone, a spouse of someone... and know that everyone is dealing with something right now that has absolutely nothing to do with you, a product, a service or anything that you may ever know about. This softens the energy and allows us to really tune in so that we are not coming off wrong.When you treat them like you'd want your grandmother to be treated it will all work out, I promise.So if you had an idea to message someone .... check in with yourself “what's my intention” if it's genuine, then do it!If it's “try” to get the sale ... think again.... everyone can smell it and it's not pretty.If you are struggling with the fact that you REALLY DO want the sale and need a way to cleanse your intention and get back to your true self, I have a practice that has worked for thousands of “social sellers” who were about to go into DM's, get on a sales call, host a webinar, or step out on stage that they say has made ALL the difference.Start here: www.reneehribar.co/training*********************************************Renee Hribar has been a sales professional since 1994 in New York. She has sold millions of dollars in products and services and trained thousands to sell for the first time. She is known in her industry as a fun, energetic executive sales coach who leads with heart. A TEDx speaker who offers training sessions at global conferences, boardrooms and most recently through virtual programs, she skillfully breaks down her decades of sales expertise with a flair that makes listening to her joy and if you take action, extremely profitable. With her one-of-a-kind "laugh & learn" teaching style, you will certainly walk away with a new view on the "softer side of sales". Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In episode eleven, we got to sit down with Pastor Chad Veach of Zoe Church in Los Angeles, CA. Chad is an author, a compelling communicator with broad influence, and host of the Leadership Lean In podcast. As a proponent of self-awareness and emotional EQ, Chad digs into the importance of cracking your own leadership code and curating organizational culture–a reflection of who you are, not what you say. We hope this conversation with Chad refreshes your passion to courageously lead the most difficult person in your life (yourself) and inspires your faith in the power of prayer. Episode Resources: Worried About Everything Because I Pray About Nothing, by Chad Veach Help! I Work with People, by Chad Veach How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie Doing Church as a Team, by Wayne Cordeiro Leadership Lean In, with Chad Veach Danielfloyd.org DFLP YouTube Channel
The book "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie focuses on ways to generate positive relationships with others, to teach the practice of dealing with people and communicating with them effectively. So how can a book originally written in the 1930s help leaders improve their relationships and communication methods to help their teams thrive in the modern workforce? On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, host Jennifer Ayres discusses how lessons in communication, leadership, and people management can be timeless tools for leading workforce teams to success. In addition, she explains how listeners can interpret Carnegie's book in the current year to gain helpful information for managers and leaders to reap the benefits of effective communication and improved company culture. Links mentioned:https://www.concinnityus.com/ (Concinnity - Website)
One of the most useful and important books ever written on connecting and influencing people was Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People but it's old, the examples are old and even the modernized version is old. In this episode, Johnny Ball goes through key principles from How to Win Friends and Influence People that apply to us in the world of podcasting that we could be using to land more appearances and deeper networking connections and how we can use them in 2022 and beyond.More: https://PodPros.com/192
Everybody is a leader - says who? Meet Dr. Troy Hall!The topic of leadership or the word leader can be daunting to some as it may be internally amounted to holding a certain rank, status, education level, etc.During this episode, Dr. Troy Hall breaks the myth of explicit leadership and details how we are all leaders in addition to how to be a great leader. To be an effective leader, Dr. Troy says this: "You don't have to know everything, you just have to be teachable." Leaders (you) can create cohesion through 7 key principles which Dr. Troy masterfully uncovers!Win Today!Connect with Me!InstagramWebsiteLinkedInJoin Champion Tribe!Connect with Dr. TroyInstagramWebsiteLinkedInPurchase Cohesion Culture Book - Dr. Troy Hall
Are you having trouble figuring out why you aren't excited to go to work each morning?In this episode of the finding career zen podcast, Pete Newsome brings on his older brother, Rich Newsome, to share his story and discuss how he found purpose within his career. Since graduating from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Rich has established national acclaim; consistently recognized as one of the top 100 Trial Lawyers in the country for nearly two decades. His accomplishments as a trial attorney with the Newsome Melton law firm in Orlando are endless, but like many, success did not come easy for him. Rich discusses his ups and downs on his path to success, including when he risked it all by taking on Ford Motor Company in the most difficult case of his career. Was it worth it? Tune in to find out and listen to some very specific, unique advice, as well as an inspiring journey. Rich discusses a number of books that he credits for adding to his success and clarity, so be sure to check them out.Rich & Pete's book suggestions mentioned in this episode:Think and Grow RichThe Hard Thing About Hard ThingsThe DipHow to Win Friends and Influence People
In episode 171, “Influence Through Forgiveness with Shelby Houston", we interview Shelby Houston, daughter of fallen Officer Richard Houston, who shares about the death of her father, how we're called to forgive, and her path to tell others about Jesus. We begin our book study mini series over Dale Carnegie's book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age” in episode 151. Learn how to develop soft skills needed to have a positive impact, lead others well, and help point others to Christ. CLICK HERE FOR FULL SHOW NOTES Links From the Show How to Win Friends Mini Series How to Win Friends Book 21 Kicks Journals Shelby's website Shelby's Instagram News Article, Richard Houston The Bible Recap: Tara-Leigh Cobble, EP 81 Illustrating Bible Dream Big Mini Series: Bob Goff, EP 92-100 EP 156: How to Memorize Names Better
Throughout the course of the episode, Aaron and Jeffrey discuss:Discovering a New PassionThe Man of My Dreams Is Me Every 10 YearsThe Right Decision Is the One That Will Make You the Most UncomfortableFear Is Just a Lack of EducationThe Only Thing Holding You Back Is YouConnect with Aaron Iler:Aaron's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronilerAaron's Email: email@example.comAaron's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaron_iler/Connect with Jeffrey Donis:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreydonis/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeffrey.donis.3Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/donisbrothers/Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-estate-monopoly/id1555469404Website: https://www.donisinvestmentgroup.com/Timestamped Show Notes:0:00 - Introducing Jeffrey Donis1:49 - Drifting Until You Discover a New Passion4:01 - Athletes and Businessmen Aren't All That Different6:11 - Allowing Yourself to Discover a New Passion9:31 - The Man of My Dreams Is Me Every 10 Years10:39 - Dropping Out of College to Start My Own Business11:15 - I Visited My Family in Guatemala and Realized How Great We Have It12:21 - No One Teaches You How to Be an Entrepreneur14:09 - The Right Decision Is the One That Will Make You the Most Uncomfortable16:15 - Fear Is Just a Lack of Education18:28 - Advice for the Drifters Out There20:56 - You Are the Sum of the 5 People You Surround Yourself With23:00 - You Don't Have to Make the Same Mistakes as Everyone Else28:13 - The Only Thing Holding You Back Is You30:20 - The Most Practical Time in Your Life to Do Crazy Ass Shit33:53 - You Know Everyone You Need to Know37:02 - Don't Let Irrational Thoughts Convince You You're Not Valuable39:46 - So Many People Want to Be Able to Pay It Forward41:52 - The BIGGEST Takeaway for Aspiring Entrepreneurs44:05 - You Have Marketable Skills Whether You Like It or Not45:48 - What to Do When You Start to Feel Complacent51:13 - It's Okay to Fail, but Not to Keep Making the Same MistakesBooks Mentioned:Outwitting the Devil by Napoleon HillThink and Grow Rich by Napoleon HillRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert KiyosakiHow to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale CarnegieTh
Want to hear bad advice? “Spend your whole life getting good at one thing.” If you're like me, you value variety in skills and experiences. This advice feels you're doing life wrong. Today's guest, Noah Scott, is here to show you it can be a beautiful path! Noah started selling soap and went on to create a fashion line, complete with a fashion show. Then he opened the #1 short-film studio in LA. All this led him to starting The Big Possible, a company that empowers entrepreneurs with leadership, teambuilding, and creative exercises. In this episode we talk about habits for Digital Nomads, setting “Life Changing Goals”, and finding your passion. ----- Show Notes: (16:00) - Specializing on one thing VS. Learning many different skills (26:30) - Setting epic life-changing goals (38:40) - Digital Nomad Tip: Set yourself up for success when leaving a location. ----- Links: * https://www.thebigpossible.com/ * Range by David Epstein * How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie — Also, check out How to Win Friend and Influence People by Dale Carnegie ----- Episode Quotes I Enjoyed “Every month is kinda like new years day for me” ---- If you liked the episode, subscribe for more! Send any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/playhardpodcast/support
In episode 170, “Jesus is Your Business with Lauren Burks", we interview Lauren who talks about the mindset shift of how your business is a platform to tell others about Jesus. Hear how Lauren ties in God throughout her business in a way that is truly impacting lives. We begin our book study mini series over Dale Carnegie's book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age” in episode 151. Learn how to develop soft skills needed to have a positive impact, lead others well, and help point others to Christ. CLICK HERE FOR FULL SHOW NOTES Links From the Show How to Win Friends Mini Series How to Win Friends Book 21 Kicks Journals Lauren Burks' IG Daring Greatly Mini Series: Episodes 28-38 Lauren Rosemary Burks FB
The Book Leads – Episode 36: Cory Carlson & Rise & Go: How to Get Back Up with Courage and Move Forward with Confidence For this episode, Cory Carlson provides some background on his career and book. It's been great to learn about what prompted his original journey into civil engineering and why he later pivoted away from that career, trading hats from being an executive himself to coaching executives instead. What stood out most in my conversation with Cory is how much he admits his faults, humbling himself as a flawed man who is always moving forward, practicing the work of courage and confidence, both of which are based in his faith and that he covers in Rise and Go. The power of humility, I believe, is what makes a great coach – cutting the BS, dropping the veneer, admitting shortcomings, and building from a true, genuine base, not an unstable facade. We're all works in progress. Knowing that and taking action is what matters most. It's an open and honest conversation -- and yet another great path of life a guest has shared with me through this series. Some highlights from this episode: “When you're in the valley, you don't even know what you want.” “Confidence is believing more in yourself and what you're doing by getting your reps in.” What Cory means when he says, “God has the night shift.” The purpose of Cory's regular routine of putting on his armor. Mentioned or Applicable Books: How To Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie Win at Home First: An Inspirational Guide to Work-Life Balance by Cory Carlson Grit: The Power of Passion & Perseverance by Angela Duckworth The MAIN QUESTION for you, which underlies my conversation with Cory is, Where do you find the strength and motivation to get up and keep moving forward? Cory's Bio: As an entrepreneur, former executive, husband, and father of three, Cory Carlson understands the pressures working parents face. He is passionate about helping business leaders win at home and work. Twenty years in corporate America gave Cory amazing opportunities as he worked his way up to the executive level. But he also saw brokenness: work without purpose, burnout, lack of focus, strained marriages, and absentee parents. Business leaders especially were often not living life to the fullest. When Cory discovered coaching, it helped him become a better leader, husband, and father. So he left his corporate career to help other leaders win at work and at home. Cory does this through executive coaching, speaking, and writing. Cory has a Civil Engineer degree from the University of Missouri and an MBA from Rockhurst University. His first book released in June 2019 is titled, Win at Home First, and is an inspirational guide for work-life balance. His book was Amazon #1 New Release in 3 Categories and listed in FORBES as ‘7 Books Everyone On Your Team Should Read'. Cory just released his second book, Rise and Go. This book is for leaders who get knocked down and want to get back up quicker. He hosts the leadership podcast, Win at Home First, a Top 1.5% global podcast per ListenNotes. Currently, Cory lives in Cincinnati with his awesome wife and three amazing children. Learn more about Cory: Website: www.CoryMCarlson.com Email: email@example.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cory.carlson.1023 Watch the episode on YouTube:https://lnkd.in/ey_KTZe Learn more about The Book Leads: http://lnkd.in/eFB76ck
Gordon Hibbard owns the Kansas Heartland franchise of the Dale Carnegie Training Course. He formerly led both the Kansas 4H Foundation and the Kansas Farm Bureau, plus has held countless volunteer leadership positions throughout his life. Gordon grew up in my home county, serving as an FFA District officer for SE Kansas in 1971, just 51 years prior to our son Lyle serving in this same capacity. He's always had a knack for communication, interpersonal communication and finding the best in people. What's more, his lovely wife, Karen also leads the Manhattan (KS) Convention & Visitor's bureau as their longtime Director.In the podcast, your host incorrectly associated Dale Carnegie with the Carnegie Library system. In fact, Andrew Carnegie, the 19th century steel mogul and philanthropist, was the man who funded thousands of libraries built across the U.S. (and countless other philanthropic endeavors). The two men are not related. My apologies for the incorrect association.www.dalecarnegie.comBook: How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie
The Commercial Real Estate Academy podcast was created to demystify the commercial real estate industry for the masses. During our weekly episodes, we interview industry experts on a host of different commercial real estate-related topics. Through these interviews, we hope to arm you with the knowledge, references, and tools you'll need to confidently pursue commercial real estate opportunities as a business owner and/or an investor. Raphael Collazo and Jeff Walston are excited to introduce their guest for this week! In today's episode, we hosted Robert Powell, CEO and Principal at RESOLUT RE, for a lively conversation about how the retail business has evolved since he's been in the business. ▶️ During our conversation, we explored topics such as: • What were some of his early struggles he faced in business, • What role has coaching played in his career development, • What leadership challenges has he faced regarding the recruitment and retention of top talent, • How has the retail business evolved since he's been in the business, • How has 1031 exchange activity been affected by recent economic events, • As well as much more... ▶️ If you're interested in learning more about Robert, feel free to reach out to him via the following links: ▶ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robpowell/ ▶ Website: resolutRE.com ▶ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Below I've provided links to books that were referenced during the episode: 1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People - https://www.amazon.com/Habits-Highly-Effective-People-Powerful/dp/0743269519 2. How to Win Friends & Influence People - https://www.amazon.com/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/0671027034 If you find value in these episodes, please SUBSCRIBE and don't forget to leave us a 5
After reading hundreds of books on marriage, dating and relationships, here are the books that have most shaped my thinking on how to help men with their marriages:-The Bible (In particular: Love your neighbor as yourself)-The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey-Leadership And Self-Deception by The Arbinger Institute-Passionate Marriage by David SchnarchAs an honorable mention:-How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale CarnegieEach of these books give powerful tools and ideas that can help you be a better man and have a better marriage.Learn more about this in today's podcast on Strong Men Strong Marriages.Watch on YouTube here. But, books and podcasts are not enough to really transform your marriage.You have patterns of thoughts, feelings and actions that are deep in your brain.Learning something new from a book feels good, and maybe you make a few changes… but they don't last. Because your brain hasn't been rewired from unattractive to attractive.To really transform your life… so that you consistently act in Christlike ways towards your wife… even in difficult situations (turning you down for sex, spending too much money, criticizing you, etc)...You need to:-Identify and eliminate your negative, unattractive patterns of thinking, feeling and acting-Replace them with positive, attractive patterns-Repeat those new patterns until you can't get them wrongNow you “win” every interaction with your wife. Because you're prepared for it. You win by acting in a Christlike way.That's what I do as a coach. Help men prepare to “win” in their interactions with their wives by being Christlike men.When you do that, you feel amazing. You are far more attractive. And you set an example for your children and a legacy to follow.CLICK HERE to apply to join my Love, Intimacy and Legacy program.Rewire your brain so that you become the man that God, you, your wife and your kids want you to be.Dr. MikeP.S. If you're a high achieving, professionally successful Christian man who is ready to:-Identify and eliminate your negative, unattractive patterns of thinking, feeling and acting-Create new, attractive patterns of thinking, feeling and acting-Repeat those new patterns until you can't get them wrong So you can build yourself in to the man that God wants you to be, create incredible mental, emotional and sexual intimacy with your wife, create an amazing legacy for your family to follow…Starting TODAY…CLICK HERE to apply to join my Love, Intimacy And Legacy program.You'll schedule a call and fill out an application that we'll review on the call. I'm looking forward to speaking with you!
Show Notes:Brian Ahearn is one of only a dozen people in the world certified to teach ethical influence on behalf of Dr. Robert Cialdini, the most cited living social psychologist on the subject.Quote:: Do everything you can to like everyone you are around - Brian AhearnKnowledge Nuggets and Take-Aways:Influence is the underpinning of all selling6 principles of persuasion that makes it easier to say yes. They are: Linking ,Reciprocity, Consensus (social proof), Authority, Consistency and ScarcityA coach that maintains his lane maximizes his skills A great sales person talks 30% of the time. And also knows what questions to askWhen meeting someone new, work to connect on what you have in common. Everything gets easier and the conversation with ‘flow'Happy is the man who wants what he hasHere is a link to this episode on our website: https://timetoshinetoday.com/podcast/brianahearn/Recommended Resources: Visit Influence PEOPLEBrian's Linked INBrian's YouTubeBrian's FacebookBrian's TwitterHost Your Podcast for Free with Buzz Sprout Our Show Sponsor Sutter and Nugent Real Estate - Real Estate Excellence Music Courtesy of: fight by urmymuse (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/urmymuse/58696 Ft: Stefan Kartenberg, Kara SquareArtwork courtesy of Dylan Allen
In this episode, we were featured on a couples marathon ran by The Unique Couple 242! We were given the topic of intimacy struggles. While being a young couple, maybe people perceive intimacy issues would not exist but quite the contrary. Tap in to this episode and hear us get pretty transparent with such a vulnerable topic. https://www.facebook.com/Rekindled242 FIND US ON TikTok: https://email@example.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsrelational.co Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsrelationalpodcast/ Kemar's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/kemar___ DeAnne's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/deanne_diamond Website: https://www.itsrelational.co Recommended Books: Personality Plus: https://amzn.to/3Jg7LM2 How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://amzn.to/3xfxcLn --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsrelational/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsrelational/support
Fresh from her whirlwind tour of Japan, Devolver Digital's Assistant to the Regional Influencer Manager, Clara Sia, dives into the technical details of what's made "Cult of the Lamb" into the Twitch darling that it is today. Also Jared talks like a pirate.
We discuss the healing power of nature, a local crime, and the meaning of gun rights before diving into Brené Brown's Atlas of the Heart. We talk about resignation and hope, the self-help genre, and ideas versus planning and execution. Meghan dreams of starting her own back-to-the-land movement and flirts with taking bad beauty advice. Speaking of advice, you know how we do. We end with a real humdinger of a write-in and close it out with whispers of romance and “aching tenderness.” Dig it.Halcyon Journey: In Search of the Belted Kingfisher by Marina Richie“The Crane Wife” by CJ HauserThe Power of Vulnerability TED Talk by Brené Brown“Hey Mama Wolf” by Devendra BanhartMeghan McDonnell on MediumRead along in Falter: Volume Twelve – The Journals of Meghan McDonnellPlaylist on SpotifyFollow us on InstagramEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFind us on Pinterest: @thefeelingspodcastThe Feelings (buzzsprout.com)Music: “When it All Falls” by Ketsa* Names and identifying characteristics have been changed to protect identities. We have solely recorded our interpretations and opinions of all events. Certain place names have been changed
In episode 169, “How to Grow Leaders", we interview Lonnie Pollard, a team building expert, and talk about how to grow leaders, face adversity, and build strong teams. We discuss systems and strategies that work for any team. We begin our book study mini series over Dale Carnegie's book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age” in episode 151. Learn how to develop soft skills needed to have a positive impact, lead others well, and help point others to Christ. CLICK HERE FOR FULL SHOW NOTES Other Links From the Show How to Win Friends Mini Series How to Win Friends Book 21 Kicks Journals
RG AUDIO 082422 Matthew 10:11-20 In my line of work, I read a fair amount on leadership. I attend seminars and keep an eye on the all the latest advice from church leadership gurus. I know how to Win Friends and Influence People and I've practiced the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership in order […]
In this episode, John reads some quotes from the book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. Cat and John talk about relationships with other people, making connections, arguments, perception, and more!
Tim Kelly is s a real estate investor & educator, a best-selling author, speaker, and a former Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy who served his country for 15 years. Tim achieved financial freedom through his real estate investing, so today he can pursue his dream of owning and operating multi-family real estate and helping others realize their financial freedom goals. He is the owner of Kelly Housing Group, and also a VP of Education & Co-Owner on Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI), an incredible and fast growing platform, which helps active, veteran, reserve, and other military affiliated personnel realize their financial freedom goals through real estate investing. In today's episode of the Passive Wealth principles podcast, Jake Harris will have a conversation with Tim about his incredible story and how reframing his mindset and always being curious led him to success. You will find out a little bit about Tim's background, him experience in the Navy, his journey in the real estate space and how he achieved financial freedom. Tim will talk about the importance of having the right mindset in order to succeed in real estate He will also discuss the importance of niching down on one thing in real estate and will share what led him to commercial real estate and multifamily. You will also learn more details about the Active Duty Passive Income community and Tim's role in it and much more. Listen now and enjoy! What You'll Learn in this Show: How Tim discovered the ADPI and how he got into this world About the importance of having the right mindset ijn order to succeed in real estate The importance of niching down on one thing in real estate What led Tim to commercial real estate and multifamily? The importance of always being curios and wanting to learn new things More details about the Active Duty Passive Income community Why did Time become a certified high-performance coach? And so much more... Resources: https://www.catchknives.com (Catchknives.com) https://www.activedutypassiveincome.com (Activedutypassiveincome.com) https://www.activedutypassiveincome.com/resources/ (Masterclass) https://www.facebook.com/ActiveDutyPassiveIncome/ (Active Duty Passive Income Facebook Group) https://www.instagram.com/activedutypassiveincome/ (Active Duty Passive Income on Instagram) https://thetimothykelly.com (Thetimothykelly.com) https://www.instagram.com/thetimothykelly/ (Tim's Instagram) https://www.linkedin.com/in/thetimothykelly/ (Tim's LinkedIn) Books https://www.activedutypassiveincome.com/resources/ (Military House Hacking, and Get Your Foot in the Door With Real Estate Investing) https://www.activedutypassiveincome.com/resources/ (Blueprint To Financial Success) https://www.amazon.com/Do-Impossible-Unlock-Potential-Mindset/dp/B09Y6Q1RTK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3QE4Q3RPRHS5X&keywords=do+the+impossible+book&qid=1661028206&sprefix=do+the+impossible+book%2Caps%2C259&sr=8-1 (Do the Impossible: Unlock Your Full Potential with the Power of Mindset) https://www.amazon.com/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/B0006IU7JK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3PYTT6NNDK1XR&keywords=How+to+Win+Friends+and+Influence+People.&qid=1661028319&s=audible&sprefix=how+to+win+friends+and+influence+people.%2Caudible%2C302&sr=1-1 (How to Win Friends & Influence People ) https://www.amazon.com/Wealth-Cant-Wait-Implement-Business/dp/B07W7L4QWM/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1METES3U01RGG&keywords=wealth+cant+wait&qid=1661028392&s=audible&sprefix=wealth+can+t+wait%2Caudible%2C174&sr=1-1 (Wealth Can't Wait: Avoid the 7 Wealth Traps, Implement the 7 Business Pillars, and Complete a Life Audit Today!)...
Ready to elevate your business strategy using VIP Days? Joining me for this conversation is Jordan Sallis, a 7-Figure Business Strategist whose mission is for high-achieving business owners to prioritize rest without sacrificing revenue! She's helped over 400 coaches and consultants work with clients only 4 days a month with VIP Days! When she's not spreading the gospel of VIP Days, she's working on one of her thousand-piece jigsaw puzzles or traveling the world with her husband and bonus son. We talk about:[2:45] Who Jordan is and how she got here[3:30] Creating your own path[5:15] How Jordan discovered VIP days[7:15] How her VIP day strategy has evolved over time[9:15] The obstacles people face when it comes to creating VIP days[14:35] Streamlining your VIP days and what's included[15:20] Jordan's favorite clients results[19:05] What's lighting Jordan up in her business right now[20:05] What all entrepreneurs need to know [22:35] The podcasts and books that have impacted Jordan's growth Resources mentioned in episode:Grab your FREE VIP Day Roadmap: https://systemssavedme.com/roadmap What Works by Tara McMullinHow To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale CarnegieGet $10 off of Jordan's Virtual Conference https://www.didvcprivateinvite.com/kputnamConnect with Jordan here:Instagram: www.instagram.com/systemssavedmeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/systemssavedme/http://www.systemssavedme.com Connect with Kaye here:Brand Personality Quiz: https://www.kayeputnam.com/brandality-quiz/https://www.youtube.com/user/marketingkayehttps://www.facebook.com/marketingkaye/https://www.kayeputnam.com/https://www.kayeputnam.com/
Hey bitches! Our cohost Bri is on vacation at the beautiful Lake Tahoe, so this week we are joined again by special guest Christian as we get a male's perspective! This week we breakdown our general understanding of fast fashion, and the multi-billion dollar company Shein's role in fast fashion. We also reference the Snopes article that fact-checks whether some of their goods contain lead outside the normal amount that could be harmful to your health. If you are a sports fan, or have sports fan in your house then you probably remember Manti Te'O being a household name in 2012 after news broke that his long-term girlfriend was dead, and later found to be a catfish their entire relationship. Hear our thoughts on the new Netflix special "Untold" that clears up a lot of the falsities around the situation and gives another perspective. Christian and I compiled our own list of three most helpful tips for great communication that we have came across through the many self-help books or Instagram posts that we've read. Below is more information if you would like to read the book or bookmark their posts for yourself! Wrapping it up with our fall movie recommendations as Autumn approaches! Make sure to follow our Instagram @positivelyuncensored to stay updated with all things Positively Uncensored, catch you next week! xx Books mentioned: "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie Instagram Accounts: @themindfriend for the quote about saying "yes, and..." @peacefulbarb for the quote about over-sharing! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/positivelyuncensored/message
Welcome to Young + Adulting, a podcast by the Young Adults community of Christ Fellowship Church. Every Thursday at 7:30AM this summer, we're bringing you real, relevant, and relatable conversations around the thing that we all want to talk about the most- relationships. We believe that apart from our relationship with God, our relationships with the people around us are the things that matter most, so we're covering relationships of every and any kind this season. We're talking all things practical advice, biblical truths, and stories from experience to help you be the best you in your relationships. Tune in on your way to work, or on your afternoon walk, and get ready to do this “adulting” thing with us. This episode is one we're so excited about, because we're calling this our Young + Adulting Book Club. As our season 2 is nearing the end, we knew that the conversation we've been having on relationships shouldn't. A couple of our young adults pastors have gathered around the podcast table with their favorite books to bring you some incredible resources on how to continue getting great at relationships. Books to add to your reading list: Boundaries by Dr Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend Called to Reign by Leif Hetland Help! I Work with People by Chad Veach How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Love That Lasts by Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke Love Like You've Never Been Hurt by Jentezen Franklin Peacemaker by Ken Sande Single, Dating, Engaged, Married by Ben Stuart Take Back Your Family by Jefferson Bethke If you liked this episode, be sure to leave a comment, or give us a review, and share this with a friend who needs to hear it! Have a topic you want to hear us talk about, or want to know more about our community? Click the link below to send us a message on Instagram. Get Connected to Christ Fellowship Young Adults! https://linkin.bio/cfyoungadults
Brian Ahearn, the Chief Influence Officer at Influence PEOPLE returns to the show as we continue where we left off with the Seven Principles of Persuasion. Tune in as Brian shares his personal experiences with unethical influencers, his biggest failure to date (paying an extra $5 every month for 5 years on his car), and how his family uses his principles against him.
If there's one thing consistent about the real estate industry, it's constantly changing. In today's episode of Women Who Lead, our host, Teresa Palacios Smith, is joined by three powerful women in the real estate industry whose decades' worth of combined experience and knowledge have made them icons in the field. Who are the icons? Margherita (Maggie) Verani, CEO and Owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty Beth Wolff - CEO and Founder of Beth Wolff REALTORS® Connie Yoshimura - Broker and Owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alaska Realty How the icons began their real estate careers: Disenfranchised by the social security industry, Maggie began to work part-time as a receptionist for her father's real estate business. She moved her way up the ranks and now runs the operation. Beth entered real estate for flexibility and income potential; she liked that nobody could tell her how to spend her time and money. With a writing background, Connie's goal was to sell enough real estate so she could pursue poetry. She liked that real estate is a creative process, and there is no glass ceiling if you work hard enough. How has the industry evolved since the icons started? Beth originally finished real estate deals with a one-page contract. However, now the concluding process is far more thorough. Maggie has noticed a shift in informational availability. Realtors no longer control the availability of information, thanks in part to technological changes. Connie noticed that the industry has changed from a broker-centric to an agent-centric model, which calls for a larger scope of diversity and representation. Obstacles to overcome: The only obstacle that's always present is change. Women have worked to overcome gender bias, but there is still more that needs to be done. Gender prejudice within the banking industry affects who can borrow money for housing, and the corresponding social implications also affect women in traditional business positions. Women in business need emotional intelligence to know who is happy, who isn't, and who needs help when in the office. Women have to be better than men just to get to the same place. The Icons' advice to women fulfilling multiple roles: There is little you can do to control what happens to your home. However, you have complete control over how you react to what happens. Get on the treadmill and exercise. You'll be shocked just how much better you feel about yourself and the world. Get rid of the guilt. You're trying to do many things, so don't feel bad if you can't do every little thing that each role requires. When starting your real estate investments, start small and take little bites. You might make a lot of money, but you might lose a lot of money. So don't finance everything to pay for it. Advice to women in their positions concerning challenges: Younger women don't understand where they came from. Know how far we've come and continue to push gender boundaries. Education is essential, whether that's learning by experience or just through a more formal process. Women should be able to succeed just as quickly as men. Unfortunately, the upcoming generation is somewhat complacent because they aren't aware of where women were just a few decades ago. Keep pushing and be determined to succeed. Book Recommendations from the Icons: Books and articles by Warren Buffet How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie Remember, always bring women up the ladder with you as you climb to the top. For more great content from Teresa, connect with her on LinkedIn, join her Women Who Lead Series on Facebook and subscribe to her YouTube channel. You can find more episodes of Women Who Lead on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and anywhere else podcasts can be found. This episode is brought to you in part by Venus et Fleur. Are you looking for a great way to show appreciation to family, friends, or even customers? Give them a floral arrangement they won't forget anytime soon. These beautiful arrangements make the perfect closing gift for any realtor to stay top of mind. Visit venusetfleur.com and use code “hsoa20” when ordering for 20% off.
In episode 168, “Help Others Envision Growth", we discuss how to help others see their full potential while giving them the next steps forward. Learn how to inspire those around you to step into their God-given role here on Earth. We begin our book study mini series over Dale Carnegie's book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age” in episode 151. Learn how to develop soft skills needed to have a positive impact, lead others well, and help point others to Christ. CLICK FOR FULL SHOW NOTES Links From the Show How to Win Friends Mini Series How to Win Friends Book 21 Kicks Journals Grit Mini Series Get Out of Your Head Mini Series Episode 60: Behavior Changing Episode 25: David Griffin Switch On Your Brain Mini Series Atomic Habits Mini Series
At the Festival of the Tabernacles, Jesus teaches in the temple. His message is surprising, convicting, meaningful, infuriating to some, but most of all, life-giving. Will you listen with an open mind and an open heart, seeking God's wisdom for the path He has for you today? (John 7:14-31) ***** Welcome to Walking in the Word – the biblical teaching arm of the Women World Leaders' Podcast. My name is Julie Jenkins, and I am honored to walk with you as we open God's Word and ask Him to teach us what He wants us to know today. In today's passage, I believe that God is issuing a charge to each of us. There is SO much unfolding in our world and I believe this message to us is urgent and necessary. I also believe that He is bringing YOU this message at the exact moment that you need to hear it. So strap in – because we are diving right in! Our scripture today comes from John 7:14-31. Before we begin, let's pray. Dear Most Holy God. Thank you for guiding us today as we study your Word. God, we know that each time we open your Scripture, there is something specific that you want us each to know – and we don't want to miss it! So Father, we ask that you cleanse of our sins that we may be clean vessels, ready to hear directly from you. God, may the words that come out of my mouth not be my words, but may they come directly from you. As we gather today, we all have different things going on in our lives, but you know each of them, your care for us is astounding, and we trust you. So we give you this time and ask that you do with it as you will. We love you and we trust you. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen. As we join Jesus today in John chapter 7, He is in Judea at the Festival of the Tabernacles. You may recall that Jesus has been there in “secret” as it was not yet time, in God's perfect timing, for Jesus to make known His presence. That didn't keep people from talking about Jesus, however. He had quite the reputation. And, like the news we see on our phones and on television today, the news that people knew about Jesus was likely not the whole story – instead, MOST of the Jewish people relied on what they heard from others instead of seeking to experience and understand the truth. But now, as John records, the time came for more people to get that opportunity to experience Jesus for themselves and draw their own conclusions as to His identity. John 7:14 from the New Living Translation states.. 14 Then, midway through the festival, Jesus went up to the Temple and began to teach. 15 The people[a] were surprised when they heard him. “How does he know so much when he hasn't been trained?” they asked. I love that phrase, “the people were surprised when they heard him.” – Again, the verses before this clearly tell us that Jesus was the buzz around town. Everyone had an opinion. And yet…when they listened for themselves to Jesus, they were surprised. They wondered how He knew so much – this man who had not followed a Rabbi or been taught by one. For many, this was their first contact with the man about whom the rumors had flown. When we hear rumors, do we go to the source? Do we check out things for ourselves – seeking the truth – before we make a judgment? The people were surprised by Jesus, but Jesus was not surprised by the people. Verse 16… 16 So Jesus told them, “My message is not my own; it comes from God who sent me. 17 Anyone who wants to do the will of God will know whether my teaching is from God or is merely my own. Wow…there is so much in these few sentences! In a time of memorization and regurgitation, teaching, and especially scriptural teaching, was handed down word for word from the teacher to the student. Until the student became the teacher. But as time went by, God's Word, passed on from flawed human to flawed human, became warped. But THIS teaching, Jesus' teaching, was different. And Jesus tells the crowd, that's because HIS teaching, came directly from God Himself. Today, we often hear people say, “I heard from God…” That hearing comes from the Holy Spirit who speaks directly to all of God's children. But this was not the case before Jesus went to the cross. People could not, at that time, hear directly from God, as sin had created a barrier between God and His people. In fact, the Old Testament is chock full of rituals that had to be followed to the T in order for the people to hear from God at all. And yet this man, Jesus, is professing that HIS Words are God's Words – and that God, in fact, sent Him to speak the Words. I imagine the murmurs…what did He say? This man is from God? How are we supposed to believe that? Jesus answers the murmurs, whether they were spoken audibly or just thought in the hearts of the listeners – because Jesus can hear and will answer what is in our hearts – we just need to listen. Anyone who wants to do the will of God will know whether my teaching is from God or is merely my own. I want you to notice the order of this sentence… We must determine to do the will of God before we get the answers we are craving. There are many things that have changed since Jesus walked the earth, this is not one of them. God calls us to listen to Him in unbridled obedience before He imparts His understanding to us. That is called faith. And it can be difficult. Do you ever pray for wisdom from God? The Bible says we can, and we should, and when we do, God will lavish us with His wisdom. But, we have to resolve in our hearts that we WILL act in faith BEFORE we can experience God's wisdom for our lives. Let me say that again… We have to resolve in our hearts that we WILL act in faith BEFORE we can experience God's wisdom for our lives. Kimberly Hobbs started Women World Leaders 4 years ago on a word from God. And in God's perfect timing, He continues to build this ministry step by step. I pursued my Masters of Biblical Exposition upon God's call long before I knew what He intended me to do with it. Maybe you are seeking answers – should you start a family, begin that business, or make that move? Seek God's wisdom, certainly. But seek it with a steadfast heart, poised and ready to be obedient to His call. If you are asking if it is time to start a family and you want God's guidance, be ready to obey – whether that be to start a family the natural way, to adopt, foster, or wait on His timing. He will guide you – but only if you prepare yourself to be obedient no matter what He says! Jesus continues in vs 18, giving concrete guidance of whom they should follow and listen to… 18 Those who speak for themselves want glory only for themselves, but a person who seeks to honor the one who sent him speaks truth, not lies. 19 Moses gave you the law, but none of you obeys it! In fact, you are trying to kill me.” Have you ever played 20 questions? It's a game where one person thinks of a person, place, or object and the other players try to guess what it is. The players ask 20 yes or no questions trying to narrow down the field. Is it a person? Is it a man? Is he living? The point is to listen carefully to the clues and thoughtfully consider the answer. Jesus teaches the crowd that if we want to know if someone is speaking the truth, we should ask questions and consider the answers. And the first questions should be – Is the speaker looking for his or her own glory? Is the speaker seeking to honor God? Jesus doesn't tell the listeners to put their stock in Him or the Pharisees, but instead, Jesus asks them to discern wisely whom they will follow. And then Jesus gives them more to chew on – stating point blank that every person listening is flawed. He says that although they are well aware that they are to follow the law, none of them do. In fact, he states that many were targeting him for murder – and murder is clearly against the Ten Commandments. Today we would say that calling out someone's sin isn't a good way to Win Friends and Influence People. People want to be supported, to be honored, to hear how good they are. But sometimes, the truth hurts…and Jesus' goal was to speak the truth, teaching his listeners, and us, to use their God-given wisdom to each take their own stand in God's presence. Verse 28… 20 The crowd replied, “You're demon possessed! Who's trying to kill you?” 21 Jesus replied, “I did one miracle on the Sabbath, and you were amazed. 22 But you work on the Sabbath, too, when you obey Moses' law of circumcision. (Actually, this tradition of circumcision began with the patriarchs, long before the law of Moses.) 23 For if the correct time for circumcising your son falls on the Sabbath, you go ahead and do it so as not to break the law of Moses. So why should you be angry with me for healing a man on the Sabbath? 24 Look beneath the surface so you can judge correctly.” Jesus was referring back to his healing of the paralyzed man on the Sabbath a year before. Because of that miracle of healing, the Pharisees and the teachers of the religious law were still plotting Jesus' death a whole year later. Jesus highlights the hypocrisy of the situation. It was considered lawful to “work” on the Sabbath if the work meant performing a circumcision, but it was UNlawful for Jesus to heal a man on the Sabbath. I love the sentence… Look beneath the surface so you can judge correctly. The murmurs and the speculations continued… 25 Some of the people who lived in Jerusalem started to ask each other, “Isn't this the man they are trying to kill? 26 But here he is, speaking in public, and they say nothing to him. Could our leaders possibly believe that he is the Messiah? 27 But how could he be? For we know where this man comes from. When the Messiah comes, he will simply appear; no one will know where he comes from.” Jesus GAVE the people exactly what they needed so they could know exactly who He was. He offered miraculous teachings, healings, and guidance on how to discern truth. But still, they murmured amongst themselves and relied on the speculation of the so-called authorities. What a lesson for us today! Our world is in peril! Divisions are growing in every sector of society every day. God made you individually. He spent time creating each of our brains, planning out our days, and He provides for each of us and gives us each a mission. Our job as individuals is to ask the questions, to listen for the answers, and to respond in obedience ONLY to God – no matter what He says. Sometimes, when we are standing for God, it will feel like we are standing alone. At those moments, check yourself. And check back in with God, making sure you are hearing Him correctly. He WILL guide you. And you can be assured that when you are following God, you will NEVER by standing alone, because He will always have your back. Say YES to God! Before you even know what you are saying yes to! He will NEVER lead you astray. People WILL lead you astray, that is for certain, but God will ALWAYS guide you. Verse 28… 28 While Jesus was teaching in the Temple, he called out, “Yes, you know me, and you know where I come from. But I'm not here on my own. The one who sent me is true, and you don't know him. 29 But I know him because I come from him, and he sent me to you.” 30 Then the leaders tried to arrest him; but no one laid a hand on him, because his time[b] had not yet come. 31 Many among the crowds at the Temple believed in him. “After all,” they said, “would you expect the Messiah to do more miraculous signs than this man has done?” Jesus determined to obediently follow God's call, even when the chips seemed down. And “many” in the crowd finally got it. They realized, THIS IS the Messiah AFTER they asked the questions and considered the answers. God granted them His wisdom that pointed to the truth. We all have MANY choices to make in our lives – we make decisions many times a day. The most important choice is who you will follow. You can trust that Jesus IS God. But if you still don't know, if you still aren't there, try an experiment. Say a prayer to God – ask Him to show you if He is real, and determine in your heart that you will respond based on His answer. God doesn't want you to believe in Him in a vacuum. Or just because I said to. Not at all. Jesus wants you to believe in Him based on the brains He put in your head and the evidence that He will give when you ask Him for it. And if you DO believe in Jesus, you already know what it is like to be obedient to Him. You know the joy and simplicity and power that comes with following His call. God is asking you to take that belief a step further – to intentionally obey Him, and only Him, with each decision you make. He's asking you to go DIRECTLY to Him and ask who you should support, follow, or trust; what path you should pursue; and when you should speak out for a cause. When you do, Jesus will give you the wisdom to follow the path He has ordained for you. With each decision you are presented, God wants you to decide in advance to faithfully obey Him, then ask Him the questions and listen for His discerning and guiding answer. Oh…if I sound passionate about this, I am! God has created you to be strong and take a stance many times every day of your life. We are in the middle of a war of good versus evil. Satan is on the prowl, and he seeks to steal, kill, and destroy ANY good that God has accomplished in and through His people. He deceives, he tricks, and he positions even Christians against each other in an effort to get his way and thwart God's plan. Let's not let him! Let's stand together, yes, but let's EACH be accountable to GOD! THAT is the only way we can truly accomplish His plans! Let's pray… Dear Most Holy God! You are righteous, perfect, and on the throne! We come to you this minute and we come to you every minute of every day, seeking your wisdom. We ask you to guide us and lead us to walk in your will and your way. God, we give you our lives to do with as you will – and we pledge our obedience, to walk and stand tall in obedience to you – no matter what that looks like. We ask for and trust that you will give us your strength and endurance to do ALL that you have called us to do – one, single step at a time! In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen.
In this episode, Kemar is joined by Gabe and Caleb from Positive Outlook podcast to discuss in much more depth about overall relationships and maintaining a Positive Outlook with your significant other! We also discuss what it means to be a good partner in a committed relationship. Do you have a positive outlook with your relationship? #positiveoutlook #relationships FIND US ON TikTok: https://email@example.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsrelational.coFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsrelationalpodcast/Kemar's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/kemar___DeAnne's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/deanne_diamondWebsite: https://www.itsrelational.co Recommended Books: Personality Plus: https://amzn.to/3Jg7LM2 How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://amzn.to/3xfxcLn --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsrelational/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsrelational/support
Sarah Cooper shot to superviral fame in 2020 with a series of lip sync videos mocking President Donald Trump's insane Covid press briefings. She parlayed her buzz into the Netflix variety special “Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine,” directed by Natasha Lyonne and executive produced by Maya Rudolph. This week she stars in a new coming-of-age film “Summering,” a “Stand By Me” for Gen Z girls. And her auto-biographical take on Dale Carnegie's “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” called “Let's Catch Up Soon,” is out now on Audible. We discuss her out-of-nowhere career, working with Jerry Seinfeld, living in Brooklyn, divorce, Trump and winning friends and influencing people. Brooklyn news and views you can use: bkmag.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow along on Facebook: Brooklyn Magazine Twitter: @brooklynmag Instagram: @brooklynmagazine Follow Brian Braiker on Twitter: @slarkpope
I gave this talk at my local Montgomery Country Business Alliance (MCBA) meeting in June on Interpersonal Skills. Here are the notes from that talk!MCBA Talk on Interpersonal Skills – Ken Carfagno 6/21/22This is a HUGE topic to cover! I will barely scratch the surface in 30 minutes. Therefore, let me give you a few books to check out on your own. My story: I was a selfish, shy, introverted engineer when I left PA in 2000. Teresa and I joined Amway in 2002 and I started devouring books on business, personal development, people skills, goal-setting. Here are a few of my favorites in the people skills / developing meaningful relationships genre. "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie"Skill with People" by Les Giblin"Art of Dealing with People" by Les Giblin"How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People" by Les Giblin"The Power of Meeting New People" by Debra Fine"Dynamic People Skills" by Dexter Yager"Personality Plus" by Florence Littauer"The Five Love Languages" by Gary Chapman"Bringing Out the Best in People" by Alan Loy McGinnis"Be a People Person" by John Maxwell"Five Dysfunctions of a Team" by Patrick Lincione"The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Steven Covey"The Wealth of Connection" by Vincent Pugliese2 Rules to Help!2:1 Rule: In an conversation, use the 2:1 Rule. Listen 2 times as much as you talk. This lines up with God's design as we have 2 ears and 1 mouth.“93/7 Rule: 93% of communication occurs through nonverbal behavior & tone; only 7% of communication takes place through the use of words.” – John Stoker7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleHabit #4 Think Win-WinHabit #5 Seek First to Understand, then to be UnderstoodRead the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website
David Iglewicz has a background in dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and finance, which has led him to become one of the most successful real estate investors in the country. He started his career as a financial advisor before realizing that he needed more help to achieve his goal of becoming a successful real estate investor. He began to network with other real estate investors and found that they shared similar goals and interests. He discusses the pros and cons of transitioning to full-time work in real estate, how he brings energy to his work, and how he's found success in this field. If you're interested in learning more about how to be successful in your own career, come and visit his website, https://prostoig.com/![00:01 - 07:14] Opening SegmentLet's get to know David Iglewicz!He shares his key to being a successful investor[07:15 - 20:11] Make Decisions Based On A Team AdvisorsHave a team of professional that you trust to help you with investmentsHow he merged with a private equity firmThe aspects of real estateDiscuss any concerns that you're experiencing with friends and advisorsConnect with like-minded individualsEstablish a team of advisors[20:12 - 28:06] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had? Being a lifeguard at a poolWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift? “How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale CarnegieWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?He wants to improve on surfingWhat does success mean to you?David says that, “If I can make three people smile, I'm successful.”Connect with DavidWebsite: https://prostoig.com/Instagram: @prostoigllcFacebook: Prostoig Capital LLCLinkedIn: David IglewiczLEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeExclusive Facebook Groupwww.yonahweiss.comNone of this could be possible without the awesome team at Buzzsprout. They make it easy to get your show listed on every major podcast platform.Tweetable Quotes:“You're not by yourself. Discuss your concerns and problems with other people.” – David Iglewicz“Even if everything else falls apart during the day, if you literally go into the bank and make one person smile. Try it. It will change your day.” – David IglewiczSupport the show
Episode 68: How to get someone to like you, people pleasers, entrepreneurs, busy bodies, salesmen and sales women!!! Listen up!!! If you're feeling like people aren't connecting with you, or you're not connecting with them, where's your intent? What's your manneurisms, behaviour, social skills like? Inspired by How To Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie, this is an episode for those trying to build connection! Welcome to The Happy Positive Energy Game, where I teach you how you can live your life to the fullest, align your mindset to success, inspire and motivate you and guide you to simple & easy hacks to changing things up in your world that I've learnt from entrepreneurship, mentors and world leaders, as well as the many failures and successes I've had along the way (to save you from making them too!) Did you love this episode? Drop a share on your socials and tag me @luke.anning Instagram | Facebook Community | Featured Podcasts | Work With Me | YouTube
Dr. Yasmin Davidds is an entrepreneur and organizational psychologist. She is CEO of three organizations: the Multicultural Women Executive Leadership Foundation, the Women's Institute of Negotiation, and the Dr. Yasmin Davidds Leadership Institute, which is focused on empowering Latina women. Both the U.S. Congress and the California State Senate have recognized her efforts for the Latin and female communities. After dramatic family circumstances, depression, and life in rehab, Dr. Davidds realized that her story could help others. She wrote a book, Empowering Latinas: Breaking Boundaries, Freeing Lives, which led her to a global speaking tour. Her success as a speaker led to invitations to teach corporate Leadership Workshops for Latina Executives, which later grew into her pursuing a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology. Next, Yasmin partnered with the USC Marshall School of Business in California to launch the Dr. Davidds Leadership Institute. The goal of the Institute is to help Latin women take command of their lives and careers.Davidds has learned from her failures, and her story serves as an inspiration to others. Davidds believes that everyone must get to know who they are and what they want to achieve in life. The institute teaches leadership skills & creates an environment where women can be vulnerable and share their fears.Dr. Davidds encourages her students to read Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People. By embracing empathy, we can learn how to adapt to environments, family, or work settings, learn how to shelter ourselves from toxic experiences and people, and learn how not to fear them. Yasmin's goal is to encourage people to find their purpose. We should commit to getting to know who we are as individuals, finding out who we want to be, and becoming the best version of ourselves.Listen to how Dr. Yasmin Davidds found her purpose—to inspire and help others to become the best version of themselves.