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Okay, so this is a jazz podcast, so obviously we talk a lot about jazz education: how do you play jazz, how do you get better at jazz, and of course, what jazz should you listen to and really digest in order to become a better jazz musician. However, I do not only listen to jazz music. I actually enjoy listening to an array of different styles of music and in some cases, I choose to listen to other styles of music over jazz. That being said, I often find that these other styles of music influence the way I play jazz as well.So, today I'm gonna go over some of the non-jazz music that I listen to and how it's influenced me. Main Points:1. Music I listened to before jazz2. Classic Rock and Early 2,000's rock influences3. Dream Theater and prog rock/metal4. How the music I was listening to led me to jazz5. Elliot Smith5. Singer-songwritersImportant Links:LJS Inner Circle MembershipFree Guide to learn standards by ear: Learn Jazz Standards the Smart Way50% off Offer
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OTAN : LE « RIDEAU DE FER »… ET LA CHINE DANS LE VISEUR ? – 01/07/22 Invités BRUNO TERTRAIS Politologue spécialiste de l'analyse géopolitique et stratégique Directeur adjoint de la FRS Alexandra DE HOOP SCHEFFER Politologue spécialiste des relations transatlantiques et de l'OTAN ELSA VIDAL Rédactrice en chef de la rédaction en langue russe - RFI CHRISTINE DUGOIN-CLÉMENT Chercheure en géopolitique - Université Paris 1-Sorbonne Auteure de « Influences et manipulations » Les difficultés rencontrées par l'armée ukrainienne face à celle de Russie la forcent à reculer et à réorganiser sa défense dans le Donbass, ces dernières semaines. Après avoir dû abandonner, vendredi dernier, la ville de Severodonetsk, les troupes ukrainiennes ont effectué un repli sur Siversk à proximité de la ville de Lyssytchansk où les bombardements « très puissants », rendent impossibles les évacuations de civils, a expliqué le gouverneur régional. « La situation dans le Donbass reste extrêmement difficile » « La supériorité de feu des occupants est encore extrêmement tangible », a affirmé le président ukrainien. Néanmoins, les forces ukrainiennes continuent également d'accumuler des opérations réussies. Dernière en date : Moscou a annoncé ce jeudi son retrait de l'île aux Serpents après avoir subi les tirs de missiles de l'armée ukrainienne - bien aidée par les livraisons d'armes occidentales. « L'île des Serpents est un point stratégique et cela change considérablement la situation en mer Noire. Cela ne garantit pas encore la sécurité, cela ne garantit pas encore que l'ennemi ne reviendra pas. Mais cela limite déjà considérablement les actions des occupants » a expliqué Volodymyr Zelensky. C'est d'ailleurs depuis le mer Noire qu'un « avion stratégique » russe a tiré cette nuit deux missiles, frappant des immeubles de la région d'Odessa, dans le sud de l'Ukraine. Au moins 20 personnes ont été tuées. Alors que signifie l'abandon de l'île aux Serpents par la Russie ? Quelle est la situation dans le Donbass ? Après plus de 120 jours de conflit, et alors que d'intenses combats se poursuivent dans l'Est, la guerre en Ukraine était ces deux derniers jours au cœur du sommet de l'Otan à Madrid, où plus de 40 chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement étaient réunis pour discuter de l'avenir de l'Alliance atlantique, que Suède et Finlande vont pouvoir rejoindre ces prochaines années. D'ici là, face à la « menace directe » que représente la Russie, les pays de l'Otan ont réaffirmé leur soutien à Kiev et ont décidé de renforcer leur présence militaire sur le continent européen, et en premier lieu les Etats-Unis avec la mise en place durable d'unités et de structures pérennes. Joe Biden a ainsi indiqué que les capacités américaines vont être dopées en Espagne, en Pologne, en Roumanie, au Royaume-Uni, en Allemagne, en Italie et dans les États baltes. Le président américain a également détaillé une nouvelle aide militaire en faveur de l'Ukraine, à hauteur de 800 millions de dollars, et promis le soutien des Etats-Unis « aussi longtemps qu'il faudra ». D'autre part, si les regards étaient largement tournés vers Kiev et Moscou, l'Alliance n'a pas épargné Pékin. « Les ambitions déclarées de la Chine et ses politiques coercitives défient nos intérêts, notre sécurité et nos valeurs », écrit ainsi l'Otan dans son nouveau « concept stratégique » qui n'avait pas été révisé depuis 2010. C'est la première fois que ce document évoque la Chine qui ne relevait traditionnellement pas de la mission de l'Alliance atlantique. L'Otan dénonce en particulier « le partenariat stratégique approfondi » entre Pékin et Moscou « et leurs tentatives mutuelles de miner l'ordre international basé sur les règles ». Un « rideau de fer, de fait, est déjà en train de s'abattre », a réagi jeudi Sergueï Lavrov, chef de la diplomatie, faisant écho à la célèbre phrase de Winston Churchill, lors d'une conférence de presse à Minsk avec son homologue bélarusse. « Que (les Occidentaux) fassent attention et qu'ils ne se coincent pas (les doigts) dedans. Le processus est en cours », a-t-il ironisé. DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Corentin Son PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/
Silhouettes with Shari is heard each Thursday at 12:30 PM and each Saturday at 3:30 PM Central Time. You can learn more about Shari and Her Story Silhouettes on her website, ShariHouse.com. Check out Shari's book, Her Story Silhouettes - https://www.sharihouse.com/the-book
De part son appartenance au continent africain, le Maroc a toujours embrassé l'identité africaine. C'est pour cela que l'on retrouve souvent des rythmiques principalement basées sur l'utilisation des tambours et des percussions. Sur la scène de la musique urbaine marocaine actuelle, on remarque également l'influence africaine dans les gimmicks et les flows des rappeurs marocains. Hanane Abdallah, journaliste à Monte Carlo Doualiya, nous présente sa sélection de musiques arabes inspirées des musiques afro. Playlist Macsim Dady feat Dj Dhaker Sukura N'do Yagué Idahams x Jaylann Man on Fire Aziz Ozouss feat. Soukaina Bouchtar Angmar C Kay feat El Grande Toto Love Nwantiti (North African Remix) Dizzy Dross L'Kora 7na Maliha Jindi x Masterkraft Hassa Ayoub Africano Logic Zaga Bambo C'est pour poser question Oum Taragalte Ahmed Soultan feat Afrodiziac Achkide
An examination of the waxing and waning influence of demoted planets• Explains in detail how the demotion or proved nonexistence of a planet marks the beginning of a roughly 30-year period in which that planet's influence wanes• Explores Pluto's arc of influence on individual and collective life in depth, from its discovery in 1930 to the end of its influence in 2036• Offers examples from other demoted planets, such as Ceres, whose fifty-year reign as a planet corresponds very closely to the Romantic Era of historyRecent research in astrology has shown that the discovery of a new planet correlates with the emergence of a new set of influences in individual and collective life. As John Michael Greer reveals, the opposite is also true: the demotion of a planet correlates with the decline of a set of influences into the background.Exploring the waxing and waning of planetary influences in astrology, Greer explains in detail how the demotion or proved nonexistence of a planet marks the beginning of a roughly 30-year period in which that planet's influence fades out. He examines several examples of planet demotion, including Ceres, whose influence began to take shape some 30 years before its discovery in 1801 and gradually faded over the three decades following its demotion in the 1850s.Examining Pluto's astrological influence in depth, from the beginning of the search for “Planet X” in 1900 to the end of its influence in 2036, the author shows how during the Plutonian era the concept of cosmos--from the ancient Greek meaning “that which is beautifully ordered”--was in eclipse. Pluto's influence led to the rejection of unity, beauty, and order, exemplified through the splitting of the atom by physicists, the splitting of the individual into conscious and subconscious halves by psychoanalysts, and the splitting of the world into warring camps by politicians.Offering an essential guide not only to the astrology of the future but also to the twilight of the Plutonian era, Greer shows how as Pluto's influence fades out in the years ahead, a great many disruptive phenomena of the recent past will fade with it.ohn Michael Greer is a writer, blogger, and independent scholar who has written more than 70 books, including The King in Orange, Circles of Power, and the award-winning New Encyclopedia of the Occult. A longtime student of astrology, he began working as a political astrologer in 2017. He lives in Rhode Island.
Reports have the Utah Jazz hiring Will Hardy as their new head coach. The 34 year old assistant to the Boston Celtics and formerly of the San Antionio Spurs is on the verge of becoming the next head coach of the Utah Jazz. The Jazz believes in Hardy giving him a reportedly 5 year deal. David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, breaks down the influences that formed Will Hardy from his unique college experience at Williams College to his journey to the Spurs bench and all the coaches that have touched him along the way. One thing has been universally true about Will Hardy, everyone knew he was on the path to great things and leading people. The quotes about him from his high school coach to his college coach to Gregg Popovich all tell the same story. Locke also digs into what he believes the style of play will be and what will happen with his coaching staff. 0:00: Open 3:00: What is Will Hardy's journey 5:00: The influence of Williams College 8:00: Curt Tong, the life changer 12:00: Quotes from his coaches 15:00: 6 to 60 it didn't matter 24:00: Style of play 28:00: Will Alex Jensen stay with the Utah Jazz 31:00: Coaching circles Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is the sixth part of the 2022 monthly feature on the podcast, covering the “12 Things Your Son Needs Most from You” from my book, Boy Mom. Today I am sharing some snippets from Chapter 7 – Forces at Work: Influences and Role Models. This is an incredibly important topic that I urge parents to pay close attention to! The influences in your child's life will mold and shape them into who they grow up to become. In this episode, we're talking about the greatest influence on kids – their own parents(
He's the man responsible for starting a NASCAR team that has turned everyone's heads in NASCAR. Today, racer and entrepreneur Justin Marks sits with Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Mike Davis to discuss the wild journey from a no-name to someone shaking up the industry. Marks' exposure to the sport of auto racing came at an early age, when his grandfather, a fan of motorsports, took him to local dirt tracks in Missouri. From there, his passion grew. Eventually the Marks family moved to California, as his father Michael chased dreams in Silicon Valley. For young Justin, his dreams came in the form of an amateur ride in the SCCA road racing ranks. From amateur to pro, his career started to climb as he found himself having success in IMSA and events like the 24-hours of Daytona. But how did this road racer transition to the NASCAR world? Influences like Boris Said, a cross-over racer, took Marks to North Carolina. It also took him to a basement party at Dale Jr.'s house. Dale Jr. didn't even realize that the future NASCAR team owner was there. From there, his family's success created opportunities in the NASCAR ranks from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, through Xfinity and even the elite Cup Series. Marks admits that he didn't always do things right and revealed what it was like being fired from a ride that he paid for. He did find success in the NASCAR ranks, winning an Xfinity Series race on the windy and wet turns of the Mid-Ohio racing course in 2016 for Chip Ganassi Racing. Ironically, the same team he'd end up purchasing in his breakthrough in the Motorsports business world. Realizing his journey behind the wheel served a selfish need, Marks realized he had a "higher calling." He realized that he wanted to be a mover in the Motorsports industry. He did so by starting a team called "Trackhouse Racing." Trackhouse purchased two charters and longtime NASCAR team Chip Ganassi Racing. A purchase that happened one year before this appearance on The Dale Jr. Download. He admits that the decision was done in a risky order but he knew he needed to make some unorthodox moves to make his dream happen. In a year, a new team has created two first-time winners in the NASCAR Cup Series and has both of its teams in a playoff spot, running up-front each week and stealing headlines? How? Dale Jr admits that he was among the plethora of doubters, that didn't see the rapid success of the first year team coming. The mantra of Marks' approach is rooted in "belief." A philosophy in creating a business and culture that differs from the norm and placing belief in his drivers and employees to produce results. Marks discusses the rise of NASCAR superstar Ross Chastain and how he has ruffled the feathers of some of the sport's biggest names. He opens up about discussions with Ross and with other car owners like Rick Hendrick. He also talks about conversations with Denny Hamlin after a run in with Chastain in St. Louis. Dale Jr. and Mike Davis get the young team owner to open up about his thoughts on the state of the sport and how he sees the business model moving forward with the cost of the Next Gen car and the up-coming television deal that NASCAR will have to make in 2025. How does he view the current Charter system and the potential of new team owners, potentially ones sitting at the table, entering the Charter system? DIRTY AIR presented by FilterTime Before bringing Justin Marks to the table the DJD Gang discuss: The Download live at Ole Red in Nashville. Lightning delays and race start times. The reality that everything is going to streaming. ASK JR presented by Xfinity Hannah Newhouse tees up fan questions about: Dale's rain delays as a driver. Who closed down the bar in Nashville? Fiery Tony Stewart getting physical with Ernie Francis in the SRX race Dale Jr. racing a Late Model at North Wilkesboro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mormonism is an American Religious tradition that started in the early 19th century by one single figure, Joseph Smith. To followers he is considered a prophet and a seer; one who received many revelations in his life which are all part of what makes Mormonism what it is today. Yet, through the years many have taken a closer look at what occurred with Joseph Smith initially at the birth of Mormonism, and have noticed many Occult as well as Masonic Influences. Going through it all, WMiT? is joined by Scholar, Author and Spiritual guide Dr. Nick Literski.
In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Melissa Mialon about how the food industry influences public health policy and nutritional guidelines. She will describe the many characters of the food industry, what corporate political activity is and how they use it to influence health policy and nutritional guidelines, food labels, conflicts of interests involving decisionmakers of important nutritional guidelines, how the industry biases the scientific evidence base and what we can do to make sure the system is not biased towards food industry interests and profits. Dr. Mialon is a food engineer, a Research Assitant Professor at Trinity College, Dublin and an honorary Research Fellow at the University of San Paulo in Brazil. She is also an independent consultant currently working in France. She works for many health and consumer organizations, including the WHO, Blommberg Philanthropies and the Ministry of Health Ghana and is the co-cordinator of the Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interestin Public Health. She is highly published in the area of how the food industry influences health policy in numerous countries and is the author of a recent book, Big Food and CIE. You can learn more about her and read her publications on her website here. To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subscribe to her newsletter here!
Wouldn't it be great if we were always motivated to train? If you've ever experienced lulls in your motivation to train with barbells or keep up with your powerlifting training, you're not alone. Barbell training motivation ebbs and flows and is a natural part of the training experience. However, there are many factors that contribute to changes in training motivation and it's how we respond to it that makes all the difference! In this episode of the Progressive Rehab & Strength Podcast, Dr. Rori and Dr. Alyssa explore strategies for creating and maintaining motivation in your training through the ups and downs of your lifting career. It's easy to train when spirits are high, you are having fun and hitting PR's, but anyone who has trained for multiple years knows that everyone goes through slumps from time to time. Whether it's an injury, the intensity of training, or life factors affecting you, training motivation can be hard to find, even for elite athletes. But by setting attainable goals, good habits, creating a solid plan for progress (and sticking to it!), keeping a log, and staying flexible, you can create and sustain training momentum. PRS Sustainable Training Log & Program https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/barbell-training-builders PRS Articles: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/articles/start-barbell-training-here https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/articles/progression-regression https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/articles/barbell-training-and-cardio https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/articles/training-fatigue https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/articles/tracking-barbell-training https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/articles/2019/4/11/9-time-saving-adjustments-to-reduce-training-anxiety Interview with Anna-Marie Oakes Joudy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kgo_I3YNSuk Secret Society of Barbell Mastery - Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery/ Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: email@example.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs
In this week's episode, I talk to Janene Liston about the P of Pricing. We talked about understanding how to price your offers. Janene is a highly trusted Pricing Consultant & Business Coach working with small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs across industries and the globe. She's also a Certified Pricing Professional who has been helping businesses improve pricing and profits for over 25 years. Her mission is to empower small businesses to be more sustainably profitable. Helping them know the value of their offer and more effectively implement their pricing. Ensuring they can confidently create, communicate and charge for the value they deliver. She's the host of Live with the Pricing Lady, the Podcast, a European public speaking Champion and a sought-after podcast and radio show guest. Watch out, her passion for pricing is contagious In this episode, you'll learn about understanding how to price your offers as well as... why pricing is so darn difficult Value Pricing and what the heck that means anyways Pricing psychology and when pricing gets icky How to apply fair and humane Pricing if we want a Triple Win: win for ourselves, win for our clients and win for the planet What confidence has to do with Pricing Discounting our prices And much more… Janene's Resources Janene's Website Live with the Pricing Lady Check out Janene's free resources Connect with Janene on: Twitter Facebook YouTube LinkedIn Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes We use Descript to edit our episodes and it's fantastic! 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And so I always have in each kind of season, I [00:08:00] have one of the episodes about pricing and it's definitely one that a lot of people listen to cuz let's face it. It's not easy for us business owners. So I wanna ask you that question, why it's not easy, but maybe for before that tell us a little bit about you and how you got into pricing. They call you the pricing lady. So , so tell us how that all came about. Yeah. And yeah. Share a little bit of your Janene: story with us. Okay. Yeah. So thank you. First of all, for having me here and welcome to all those of you who are watching and listening. I started my career. I'm a us born. I grew up in California. I started my career as a structural engineer and after a few years of practicing, I decided it wasn't what I wanted and ended up. Long story short ended up in product management. And the first thing that they handed me was a price list and it was 20 years old and without any commercial background or any real marketing knowhow, I knew [00:09:00] something was wrong with that and took it upon myself to not just redo my price list, but all the price lists and really. Gave everything a refresh. And that was really my first foray or my first experience in pricing. I can honestly say I had no real background in it. But I just knew that was wrong and that we needed to at least fix that. After it was with that company, I came to Switzerland in 2001. And when I decided to stay here, then I was hired as a global pricing manager for Siemens building technologies. And that was in 2004. And it's been all pricing all the time. Since then. So it's been nearly 20 years of just pricing. I worked in also in another industry in the agricultural industry agrichemicals and seeds industry for a while. And then in 2015 started my own business. And at the time I didn't know what to call myself. A coach, a consultant. And I, you know, I didn't really care for either of the terms. [00:10:00] And one day I was explaining to someone that when I would do projects in the corporate world, I was traveling all over the place and I'd walk into a new location with a new group of people to kick off a pricing project and, you know, walk up to them and start introducing myself. Hey, I'm Janine, I'm here for the pricing project and they go, yeah, I know you, you're the pricing lady. . And she goes, well, why didn't you call yourself that? I was like, I dunno, , let's do it. And so now I use it, I leaned into it fully and, and use it. And I, I find it very easy. It's a nice way to, first of all, introduce myself because it always puts a smile. Either people are confused at first if they're not native English speakers, they're like, what, what is that? But usually people smile. It's easy to remember. Right. And it sort of breaks the ice. So it, it, for me, it fits the bill of not saying I'm a coach or I'm a consultant. Which makes me a little bit more general, but it puts me in [00:11:00] a very different position. It's very clear what what I work with and what I do. Yeah. And it kind of has this Sarah: familiar tone to it. It's not like, oh, I'm the pricing expert. You know, it's like, I'm the pricing lady. I, I know a thing or two Janene: about pricing. it's approachable. That was one of the things that when I worked on my brand. I kept using the word fun. And of course the people who are with the branding experts were like, no, don't use the F word . Yeah. You know, cause a lot of people try to do that and it's very general. And I, I understood that. And then one day I realized it's it was about being approachable. Most small businesses may feel that, you know, consultants are out of reach for them. You know that it's not something that's really available to them. And I really wanted to work with small businesses and I am approachable. And you know, I work a little bit differently than you might with a typical consultant. Although I can work in that way. I, I prefer to work with people in, [00:12:00] in a more approachable way. End fun pricing can be fun. And I've actually had people tell me specifically that, you know, they really dreaded going to that workshop, that pricing workshop or course, or whatever it was, but it was actually really a lot of fun for them. And to me that was, you know, high praise . Sarah: Yeah. Yeah, totally. It's funny because for me as well, I think about pricing and, and it's like, you know, math. And numbers and that kind of stuff comes up and, and, and that's only a very small part of it. I'm sure. But we'll dig into that a little bit today. So, so yeah. Why don't we go back to my initial question that I thought, you know, why is it so hard for us to price? As small business owners to put a price on our services, what have you found out over the last 20 years? Janene: Great question, Sarah. So in my experience, there's really two reasons. [00:13:00] One is that nobody ever taught you how Hmm. Yeah, right. It's like, you know, if nobody ever taught you how to ride a bike, you'd figure it out possibly by yourself. But you'd have quite a bit of scrapes and bruises and bumps and maybe some mild trauma depending on, on, you know, how quickly you were able to do it. And it's the same with anything else. As well as with pricing, if nobody's ever showed you, how then, why would you expect for it to be just something that you would know how to do? And it would be easy and without any struggle, it's a little bit illogical to think that it would be nobody's ever pulled us aside in school and said, okay, Sarah, 30 years from now, when you start your own business, this is how you're gonna set the price of your, your packages. Right. They don't do that. And funnily enough, most people don't realize. While they do teach about pricing in MBAs. They don't actually teach you how to go about setting your prices. [00:14:00] Mm, they talk about, well, there's, you know, penetration strategies and skimming strategies and there's price elasticity. They use all these big fancy words, but they don't actually tell you how to go about setting those prices. So yeah, most people don't know how that's the first reason. Right. Sarah: The second reason. Can I just go in there as sure. Because also what came to mind is for the MBAs probably cause I've worked at an international management school here in Loza and they have a big MBA program. And so I think when they teach about pricing, they look at big companies. They don't necessarily look at the small business owner and the small entrepreneur as an example. Right. And that, I think also probably leads to the, I don't know what you're gonna say for the second reason, but I have a feeling it has to do more with the, the personal aspect as well. Janene: Yes, it does. Mm-hmm it does you're right. I would say those programs are geared towards more corporates. Yeah. Uh, [00:15:00] Yet again I would say. A lot of corporates are not very good at setting and managing their prices either. Mm. Yeah. I mean, even the corporates are not good at it. How are we gonna figure it? They do. They do struggle with it. They struggle with different aspects of it. Mm-hmm but if you think about in the larger company, who's usually responsible for setting the prices. A lot of times it's the product manager, right. And the product manager's background is not a marketing one. Right. They're an engineer or they're an agronomist or they're a scientist, you know, or a chemist. Right? They have no commercial background. No. Yeah, it's true. Yeah. So it it's, it's. It's a very important aspect and a larger company. A lot of people are responsible for it. Of course, in a smaller company, you gotta wear all the hats, the finance hat and the marking hat and the sales hat, so on and so forth. And that comes to, like you said, the second aspect of it, which is very personal and it has to do with [00:16:00] your core beliefs around money, success and worthiness mm-hmm . Yeah. And that is, you know, that is really something. Comes in full force for most small business owners because it becomes it shouldn't. But for many people it feels like that price that they're setting is somehow a reflection of them personally. Right. And being able to make. You know that disconnect, you know, you're not, I, I used to have a program called speak, believe in charge your worth. And I always had a real problem with charge your worth being in that phrase. I couldn't find a better way to say it. So I stuck with it for a while, but because it's really, it's not your worth. It's the value of what your products are, services or. Bring the customer and yeah, being specific with your language in that way can be very important. Most of us have hangups with money, success, and worthiness that play a sabotage role in the [00:17:00] background of our decision. So I was just got off the call with a client who is Dutch. And I've had several clients who are Dutch and they always think that the price has to be the lowest price in the market. Mm. But that is, you know, something that comes from in large part, the Dutch culture from their families, from their upbringing that, you know, it always has to be the lowest price. Now, many of those clients are operating in Switzerland where people are. Generally willing to pay a bit more. They're not always looking for the cheapest solution and yet they're operating with this completely other mindset in a market that doesn't match that mindset. And it really makes it hard for them. To feel like they can charge more. So that's just one example. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we Sarah: could do an hour just on Janene: this topic alone. Right. Sarah: And, and, and that's yeah, you work with clients on that. It's part of my marketing, like we're human program, because it, it is like, if you don't get. [00:18:00] Janene: Like, if you don't do the deep work right there, mm-hmm , I, I honestly Sarah: think you can never figure out the pricing and, and, and it's so interesting. You're bringing up different cultures so that matters, but then also, you know, how you grew up and, and, and all of these. Influences that obviously by the time we are ready to launch our business while we've been influenced by all of this. So we come with this baggage that is just like, yeah. And it's, it's so different from. You know, being an employee in a corporate where it has nothing to do with you, even if you are the one setting the price, it has nothing Janene: to do with you where here it has everything to do with you, or you think it has everything to feel it. Yeah. Yeah. It's. Even, I mean, in the corporate world. So to me, there's two sides to pricing. There's, you know, the, the more concrete side, which is the numbers and the figures, which generally are [00:19:00] feel more concrete. And then there's the psychological side. I always tell people. Somewhat jokingly, but I actually mean in all seriousness is that pricing is all about the psychology baby. And you have to wiggle your eyebrows. When you say that , I don't think I'm asking. You're not doing it very well today. I'm out of practice because whether it's a small company or a big company, the psychology. Your personal psychology, the psychology of your organization. And this I've seen in large companies, the sales team thinks that price is the most important factor. From the customer's perspective. I will tell you nine times outta 10, when we did the research, we found it was maybe in the top five, usually within the top 10 mm-hmm . But if your sales team thinks it's number one, That is going to impact how they behave when they're having sales discussions with your customers. Yeah, so it, it's not just a small business [00:20:00] thing. It, it happens in both sides. And when it comes to psychology, you have the psychology internal to your business for a small business, your psychology usually and not of your employees, but then you also have the external psychology towards the market, towards the customer. So it has many different facets to. Sarah: Yeah, I wanna talk about, so we addressed the, you know, the internal psychology a little bit, because it has to do with, you know, who you are, what you believe, whether you believe that you are worthy net, whether you ever sell anything anymore or not. Right. You have Janene: to really, truly believe that you're worthy without ever Sarah: getting a client again. right. And then there's the external psychology. And, and I talk about that also in my marketing, like we're human book, that's kind of. Cheeky psychology that we're taught in, in marketing and kind of this online sales world. Mm-hmm so I'm really curious to, to hear more about that and your points of view, and what's true. [00:21:00] What's not, and mm-hmm and how to deal with it when we want to. You know, apply this humane approach to running a business with ethics and not cheat people into buying your stuff just by using some kind of psychology hack mm-hmm . So talk to us about that. Janene: Okay. Before I get into that, let me just make one more comment. So one of the things that I've learned in having my own business is I thought this was a career development journey. Mm. When in fact it's been a perfect per a personal development journey from day minus two until the day I stop, it will continue to be a personal development journey. And that's also one of the reasons that this personal psychology. Placed it such a big role. So you're constantly being pushed outside of your comfort zone. Pricing is certainly one of those areas. The value of what you offer is certainly one of those areas and, and being able to have the [00:22:00] strength and the courage. To step outside your comfort zone to tackle these things is what's going to enable you to keep pushing forward in your business and be there to deliver the great things that you wanna deliver to your clients. I truly believe that. And I'm sure that people told me that before I started. I'm sure I did not understand it. I know, but it is 100%. My reality. Yeah, yeah, yeah, Sarah: yeah. That's a good preface for, for what's coming up next. Janene: okay. So now you wanted to talk about the psychology. So the external psychology, there are a lot of things. A lot of studies out there. A lot of tricks of the trade, if you will. I'm not sure I like that terminology. But when it comes to, you know, having a humane business and I, I I'm, I'm not going to say that using them is inhumane or humane. I'm not making any judgment. What I really [00:23:00] feel is that as a business owner, you should understand the psychology side of it because. Even if you're not using it actively, you wanna make sure that accidentally you're not doing things that are hurting your business. . Yeah. And, and that's very possible to do. For example, I had a client a few weeks ago, we had CR gone through and created her price list. And she was getting her website ready and she had two offers, one for a very high priced. Group high net worth individuals. And the second offer, there were two completely different offers, but one was targeted towards young adults who were just starting out in their careers. Mm-hmm . And so she had one offer on one webpage and the other offer on another, and then she had a pricing page and she had the prices for both offers side by side mm-hmm which from a psychology perspective [00:24:00] meant that all the good work we had done was actually now working against her because it felt like cuz the prices were on the same page. Like they were competing with each other mm-hmm whereas if she just removed the pricing page and put the price for the young adult offer here and the price for the high net worth individuals here, that comparison would not be made in the same way. That's what I mean by you have to understand, you know, These things are communicating so that you can make sure you're not doing things in a way that is actually hurting your business or your customer's experience. Mm. Yeah. Now one of the things you and I had spoken about was the endings of prices. Right? Right. You might have that conversation. yeah. Should it be 95 or 97 or 99 or zero? So I can't answer that question. For everybody that is going to be a very individual decision in each business. Here's what I can tell you. And then you can decide for [00:25:00] yourselves what is going to be best suited for your company prices that end in zero, tend to be associated with more luxury goods. Prices. It ends in nines and sevens and fives tend to be associated, especially when they put, you know, 95 cents. Yeah. Or 99 cents at the end, those tend to be associated with more. Companies that are playing towards the low price leader side of things. How, how do I know this? If you go into Louis Viton you will never see 1,999 and 99 cents, right? You just won't see it. No, yeah. You'll see. 2000, you'll see, 2,500, 8,000, right. It's just, and, and the prices will be tiny on a little teeny, tiny price tech. Yeah, you go to Miro or you go to Kmart or somewhere like that. They have big price tags with great big [00:26:00] prices on them. And there's 90 nines and 90 fives at the bottom. Right. So you have to, you know, what sort of, you know, how does this align with the value or with your purpose or brand? What's gonna make more sense for you. Yeah. And, and, and, Sarah: and how is it gonna resonate with your clients? You know, who are you trying to attract? If you have a big ticket and, you know, service and you price it with the 99 cents at the end, they probably Janene: won't like it well, it depends. And it also depends. So here's another example. If you're say you're a consultant, you're offering projects. If you offer a price of 25,000 versus 24,495, right then from the customer's perspective, 25,000 looks like a number that you kind of just pulled outta your back pocket. Whereas [00:27:00] 24,495 looks like a number that you've actually spent some time considering. does that make one better than the other? You have to be the judge about yeah. What per what you want or how you want to be perceived by your customers. What's going to make more sense right now, if you're in an, in an industry or in a part of the world where you're gonna be doing a lot of negotiation, then 25,000, maybe. Just the easiest place to start. Right. But if you're looking not to do a whole lot of negotiation, you may start with a number that's more precise because then it reflects that that number is precise. Right. Sarah: And if you're in Morocco, because I just came back from two weeks in Morocco I learned that you, you know, negotiate the price down to 30% of. They tell you, and then you go back up. So yeah, that's something that we're completely not used to doing the whole bargaining. Right. So I don't recommend that. no, no. And Janene: I think you are, you're [00:28:00] absolutely right. Think about who you're targeting, what they expect, what works exposed for you now, the 90 nines and the 90 sevens. You know, those work with target groups that are more price sensitive. Yeah. They do, I mean, studies have shown time and again, that 1499 people see the 14, they don't think 15. Yeah. So if they were to see 15 and 1499 next to each other, they would perceive the 1 14 99 as being 14. Now that doesn't mean you have to use that in your business. You need to do what's right for you and for your clients. So understand why those things are things, if you will and then decide, okay. What feels right for my business and for my audience and lead with that, because that's most important to me is that you believe in the number that you use. Yeah. Sarah: I think that permission piece is so important [00:29:00] because yeah. I've had people ask me, so do I need to do the 2 97? Can I not just, you know, say 300 just because everybody else is doing it. And I'm like, no, you just like, you it's like, whatever you feel is right. And because when you priced the way you feel is right. then if you've done your, you know, intense client work and know who your client is, well, then they will also resonate with that more than the 2 97. Janene: So, and if you're really, really not sure, create two landing pages, change one to have a price of 2 97, 1 to have a price of 300 and AB test. Yeah. Yeah. See what works better. Exactly. Yeah. I mean, okay. You'll make $3 or three Franks, less on each sale for the 2 97, depending on how on your margins. That could be that could make a difference or not, hopefully not. You know, but that's test it out. Yeah. Who says you can't. No Sarah: one, I have a [00:30:00] follow up question on the comparison because that's another example that I share in the book and we see a lot where we have one same offer mm-hmm , but we have three different prices, you know, like one is the V I P offer the other one the sec, the one in the middle, and then the, the, the, the third one. And you know, where you use that anchor system. So talk to Janene: us about that. Yeah. So anchoring is actually really important. I always tell PE, ask people what's the best way to sell a 500 Frank product, put it next to a 1500 Frank product. Right. And it's, it's, it's actually true. Yeah, you may never sell the 1500 Frank product, but if it's there, cause what, what you're doing. So the anchoring, the concept here is that people are going to want to compare it to something, right. And if you give them something else on the page to compare it to, they don't necessarily have to go elsewhere to look for a comparison. Right. Right. So that can be [00:31:00] really helpful. Now. Also not just the price, but what's included in each package. So you said the same offer, but there should be three different offers. Sorry. Yeah. Say same sales page, but same sales page, but three different offers. Yeah. What's included in those offers can steer behavior as well as the price. So let's say that, you know, the middle offer is the one that you think is the best for most of your clients. Right? Then you can set it up to kind of steer most of them towards that. Right. Or if you don't wanna use that, you need to make sure that you're not accidentally steering them in the wrong direction. Right. So based on what's included and the price levels, you can, you can. Help them navigate through the decision Sarah: gently influence them or, or, yeah, Janene: well navigate. Well, let's, let's face it. I mean, if I worked with a tool called [00:32:00] apathy and it is a tool that allows you to take an Excel. Like I, my pricing tools that I have on my website, they're Excel based. Mm-hmm it take, it takes the Excel tool and makes it into a web-based tool. Okay. So just converse it mm-hmm magic. I love it. and when I wanted to use it, they had three offers. Right. And the first offer was you have access for one, one month or three months. I forget which and then the next level up, it meant that you got a WordPress integration. And it was almost double the price. And I thought, well, okay, mm-hmm but where did press integration is really helpful? It can really solve a lot of problems. So I thought, okay, fine. And then the premium one came with phone support and I thought, well, I don't know anything about web based tools. I have no idea what I'm getting into and it was only 10 bucks more. So I think it went from like 30 to 60 to 70. Dollars. Okay. And the middle one was six months [00:33:00] and the last one was a one year access. Okay. So. My logic was okay. I want the WordPress integration. So I'm willing to pay double right and have six months access. Right. And then in the next step, my logic was, I want the phone support or the, the priority support. I didn't really care about the 12 months. I just, and it's only 10 bucks more. Okay. That's interesting. So they, Sarah: they actually wanted you to get the, the third Janene: offer. Right? Did, but that's where they put their focus. They absolutely did. Mm-hmm they absolutely did. And you know, if you start looking at, as you're buying things online, look, look at how they structure the offers and you'll see very clearly. Usually you can tell which one are the most profitable or at least which one they're steering you towards. Yeah. Wine lists at a gross at a grocery store at a restaurant mm-hmm . The most profitable will wine for most restaurants will be the second, most expensive. On like [00:34:00] buy the glass Uhhuh glass. Why? Well, they know that most people don't know a lot about wine mm-hmm so they're trying to, you know, make a good choice, but they don't wanna buy the, they don't wanna embarrass themselves by no, they're not gonna buy the cheapest and they're not gonna buy the most expensive mm-hmm so they buy the second most expensive, Sarah: right. yeah. Yeah. And that's kind of the traditional thing. So I was surprised that with this tool, They actually wanted you to get the, you know, the highest one, even though it wasn't that much higher, because usually you see the third offer to be some kind of V I P you know, 10 times the middle of it depends. So it was interesting to, yeah, I've never Janene: seen it really depends. So sometimes. You're right. Sometimes they use the, the premium offer as the main anchor. Yeah. Which means they make it so high price to make everything look cheaper. Yeah. But other times it's actually the it's better for ACY. It was better to have someone in there [00:35:00] for full year mm-hmm Because they had just started and they were working out some of the kinks right. In this web-based con web-based tool converter, if you will, for lack of a better phrase. And so, and to have me on the phone with them, so actually, Benefit more to have people all the way over there. Yeah. Yeah. That feels like Sarah: an honest offer. You know, it feels like, okay, I see what you're doing, but it's a win-win situation and, and yeah. You know, that's what we want. So I'm gonna share with you an example of one of my programs. So the, the marketing, like we're human program, I ran it in January and I had those three offers. The first one was. Online only mm-hmm I think they went for 500 bucks and then the group program 950 mm-hmm cause I run it live only twice per year Janene: mm-hmm Sarah: and then the V I P program for 4,800 mm-hmm where they also got coaching besides the [00:36:00] group program. And so I thought like, you know, the, the cur the common advices, just put that V I P offer on there. You might sell one, but you might not. And to my surprise, I actually sold three and only four group programs. So I was like, what's going on here? Like how, yeah. Can you share some insights of what might have been happening there? Did I not put enough value maybe or perceived value in the group offer? What do you think Janene: was happening? Yeah, there's a lot of things that could be going on there. The price difference between 509 50 is not very big. Did you get anybody at the 500 or was it no, not for this one. Exactly. So you made, you made the barrier very low for them to go to the middle package. Okay. Yeah, Sarah: so which I wanted, I wanted to, which was good, Track 3: right? Janene: Yeah. Yeah. Which is, which is good. I wanted, Sarah: You know, [00:37:00] probably, I mean, it was great that I had the three V I P I would've wanted more for the Janene: middle one for the middle, right? Yeah. Yeah. Hmm. I think, I think here it's, it's just a matter of people wanting that one to one support. Yeah. So the big difference between the two packages, the middle and the top was getting your one to one time. Right. Is that correct? Am I correct in that? Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. That's the difference. Yeah. Between the two. So, Janene: And I think for, you know, for some things, you know, I, I I've had group programs as well and I, I will continue to do but I've found most of my clients prefer to work one on one. Because , this is gonna sound funny when I say it, you know, but most people will assume that. Their pricing is special. Right. And that it has to be done in a special way. It's unique and, yeah. Right. And, and yes, every business is unique. Don't get me wrong. I use the same [00:38:00] process with everyone, but as we go through that process, different. Different businesses will require we focus on different areas with different levels of intensity. Right? Right. So it's, it's same but different. And I would guess that, you know, the, the people who went for your, your V IP package, it was really because they wanted that one to one. FaceTime with you. Yeah. And they didn't think that the group would give them what they needed. Sarah: Yeah. It's interesting. You get so much insights from, you know, just this example and, and, and then you're like, oh, what does that mean for me? Do I want to lower the V I P do I want to increase it? Because I actually want more people in the, in the group or, yeah. How do I play with that? And it's yeah. Yeah. It's just Janene: so, I mean, I think, I think in your case you could play. Increasing the one to one package mm-hmm , but may, maybe also bringing your, your group program over a thousand. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It'll, [00:39:00] it'll be interesting how Sarah: it plays out for the next. Yeah. I thought I'd bring it up and, you know, because these, yeah. These examples are, are real and we're like, how do we do this? And it's basically just like, well, you, you try and, and then you figure out, okay, this work, that didn't work. How do I improve it now? Right. But obviously Janene: it could also be that. I mean, cuz they are. They are, I would guess the same, but different , which is so, so specific Janine in that, you know, one is a group, two of them are group program, and one is individual. So having it in this tiered structure, you know, it's. If you had say a VIP option, that was part of the group, it was really a VIP experience of the group, as opposed to a straight up one to one package, then you might see different results. Right, right. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. Again, what, what this tells me that is that pricing.[00:40:00] It's not just about a number that you put on the thing it's also Janene: about your offering, right? Offering pricing, Sarah: same, same thing. Really. It's like, well, how much value are you going to put into that price? And, and I think that's kind of what went wrong the last few years. And that's why I, I kind of attack some of these pricing strategies where they use these psychology hacks to, you know, sell a program for a hundred thousand and that, and the actual value. It's just very questionable often. And, and so that's why, what we need to understand is like, well, what is the value that people actually get out Janene: from that offer? Right. Well, I guess, you know, if, if the business is, you know, half a million dollar business and they're looking to grow to be a million dollar business than investing a hundred thousand dollars to grow your business to a million is, is a reasonable. Investment to expect to make, right? Yeah, of course. But if you're a [00:41:00] $80,000 business and you are investing a hundred thousand to try and get to Sarah: 200,000, then you Janene: know, it's, you can, the pace be made probably would most people buy into it? Probably not. Right? Yeah. So it's, it's all contextual and this is why. I cannot emphasize enough when it comes to pricing. You always, always, always have to go back to who are you targeting? Mm. Yeah, because if you're targeting businesses that are $80,000 businesses looking to get to 200, then a hundred thousand dollars offer or Frank offer is probably. Suitable for that target group. Yeah. That's true. And you can really make life difficult for you if you try to create, if you create an offer and then try to force that offer on the wrong target group, right? Yeah. And let's face it. Most businesses start with, this is what I offer. Now. Let me figure out who I [00:42:00] can sell it to . Yeah. As opposed to starting with, I wanna do something for this group of people, with what I have, let me figure out how I can best serve. Sarah: So it feels like there's like two big problems. Either you price too low because you have all this baggage or you grew up in a culture where the lowest price is the best idea or you price too high to the wrong target audience. And I'm sure there's a ton, tons of other problems, but these are kind of the two that stand out from our conversation. Janene: Would you agree with that? Well, yeah. I mean, it's much, if you. Regardless of whether or not, you know what you're no, let me, let me think about how I wanna say this. So. Probability that you will over under price is relatively high. The more you understand about pricing, the more you can reduce that likelihood, right? Yeah. Of being under overpriced doesn't mean it doesn't happen, but even, even if, and here's another interesting part of the [00:43:00] psychology. So even if your price is a little bit high, Yeah. If you're really good at communicating the value, you'll sell it anyhow. Yeah. No. Now you don't want it to be icky sales, but let's say I, you always use this example. So let me just use it again. There are two lemonade stands. You're walking down the street, you run across two lemonade stands. One says lemonade, 25 cents. The other says lemonade, 50 cents. Which one do you buy? okay. In most parts of the world, you might buy one from each kid. If they're two cute little kids selling lemonade, and just give the other one, a 25 cent tip, call it a day. But what if the one that is 50 cents also says clean water included? Hmm. Yeah. And that's the marketing Sarah: piece. , Janene: that's the pricing psychology piece from the communication standpoint. Yeah. That child is communicating the value of what they deliver better. Now it may be that they are brother and sister [00:44:00] and mom is in the kitchen making the lemonade, but because one of them communicated the value differently. People are more willing to pay the 50 cents. Right. And let's say you're in a country where clean water isn't assumed. Then they have an even bigger advantage. So the better that you can communicate the value of your offer. To some degree, not big, not on a big scale, but to some degree, the more wiggle room you have in terms of, you know, O overpricing let's say yeah. Over underpricing. And that's exactly Sarah: why. And what we said at the beginning, it's not just about the, the number. In fact, the number you can change it, however you want almost with, with boundaries, but it's about communicating that value. That's absolutely so key. Janene: And I was saying most people struggle. To really understand. I see this in my clients all the time. This is where they struggle the most. When we get to the value [00:45:00] piece, consistently, I mean, there are struggles in different areas, but there's something about that. That attaching a number. Cuz when we do the value work, we don't just talk about benefits. Benefits are not value. It's what people get from those benefits that creates value. And you need to be able to understand the benefits so that you can understand how those create value and then quantify that value mm-hmm . And when it comes to quantifying value and know, it makes people feel really uncomfortable. but it's hard because Sarah: again, your worth, your worst kind of gets Janene: in there. It's like, really? Yeah. And they're like, well, what if you know, what if. I can't guarantee it. I'm like, I'm not asking you to guarantee it. I'm asking you to tell a story about the value that people can get. Mm-hmm you can choose to share that with clients or not. It's up to you, but if you don't understand what it is, [00:46:00] then how can you believe in any price that you put out there? Yeah. Yeah. You can't. Mm. And if you don't this , Sarah: I, I look at the hour and I'm like, oh no, we have to wrap up. But I'm so glad we brought up the, the value pricing. Cause that was kind of in the questions I, I had prepared and we just kind of jumped over it. But the, yeah, this idea of pricing for value and not like your Dutch Janene: client just for time Sarah: exchanged or, you know, let me get the cheapest offer out there so that I get the most clients. It is so important and I think it cannot be repeated enough and, and you're right. It's, it's difficult. I mean, it's, Janene: you have to believe in the value that you bring. Yeah. Yeah. And if you don't look at it and, and put number to it, Then you'll really struggle to believe in it. And like I said, if you don't, they won't there's always a few gem clients out there who believe in spite that you [00:47:00] don't , but those, you know, those are, are often few and far between and the best thing for you and for your clients is that you understand and believe in the value that you bring. Sarah: Ah, this has been so good. Thanks so much, Janine. This you're welcome has been really valuable. I wish we could. Maybe we will do a second round round. hard to, yeah. But do you share with our listeners where they can find out more about you and how you work with clients and, and all of that? Yeah. Janene: I encourage people to head on over to the pricing lady.com. Very easy to remember. I have a podcast you'll find some great Information on there as well and regular guests and also solo cast episodes, which are a little bit more instructional. And of course, if you'd like to book a call, you can find that there as well. Sarah: Wonderful. And I have one last question and that is what are you grateful for today or this Janene: week? This one? Yep. I'm grateful for opportunities like this. I [00:48:00] really enjoy sharing this topic with people and, and helping people to think differently about it so that they can gain momentum towards having a more sustainably profitable business. So thank you very much, Sarah. Thanks for everyone for listening. Thank Sarah: you, Janine. Take Janene: care.[00:49:00] [00:50:00] [00:51:00] [00:52:00]
Hi girlies.. in todays episode I talk to you guys about becoming more aware of the the people who are influencing you in your life (rap culture, celebrities, social media) and how they may be influencing you to want to live a certain lifestyle that doesn't actually align with the things you ACTUALLY need in your life to feel happy, fulfilled and at peace. This conversation is important for us women who are susceptible to being influenced by many luxury items, lifestyles, affluent men, women in rap culture and the social media façade as a whole! Don't forget to subscribe to my youtube channel for more feminine, spiritual & self love videos here https://www.youtube.com/c/theglowupsecrets Don't forget to follow me on instagram https://www.instagram.com/theglowupsecrets/ and Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@theglowupsecrets Here is the link to my inner child journal prompt guide AND my abundance journal prompt guide https://beacons.ai/theglowupsecrets
Michael Rault is a Canadian singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He has released multiple albums and EPs with various indie labels, and his upcoming album was recorded at none other than the iconic Daptone studios, where Michael worked with renowned Daptones producer Wayne Gordon. In this episode, we talk about taking risks, his eclectic 60s and 70s musical influences and dive into the process of recording and mixing his upcoming album. Click below to open a Spotify playlist featuring some of the music from our guests. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/39vz6t8dhQYe6b1g1S2dFJ?si=c2af54607abd4302 If you would like to support the podcast by purchasing a wonderful enamel mug, you can do that here: https://www.allyouneedisdrums.com/shop If you have enjoyed this podcast, please don't forget to leave a review! You can find more information about me, Joe Montague and the remote drum sessions I do on my website below. You can also sign up to receive FREE weekly Beatles 'Isolated Drums' stems. www.allyouneedisdrums.com
Números 13: ¡No menosprecies las capacidades que Dios te dio!Numeros 13:25-33:25 Al cabo de cuarenta días volvieron de explorar la tierra.26 Entonces fueron y se presentaron a Moisés, a Aarón y a toda la congregación de los hijos de Israel, en el desierto de Parán, en Cades, y dieron informes a ellos y a toda la congregación. También les mostraron el fruto de la tierra. 27 Y le contaron diciendo: —Nosotros llegamos a la tierra a la cual nos enviaste, la cual ciertamente fluye leche y miel. Este es el fruto de ella. 28 Solo que el pueblo que habita aquella tierra es fuerte. Sus ciudades están fortificadas y son muy grandes. También vimos allí a los descendientes de Anac. 29 Amalec habita en la tierra del Néguev; y en la región montañosa están los heteos, los jebuseos y los amorreos. Los cananeos habitan junto al mar y en la ribera del Jordán.30 Entonces Caleb hizo callar al pueblo delante de Moisés, y dijo: —¡Ciertamente subamos y tomémosla en posesión, pues nosotros podremos más que ellos!31 Pero los hombres que fueron con él dijeron: —No podremos subir contra aquel pueblo, porque es más fuerte que nosotros.32 Y comenzaron a desacreditar la tierra que habían explorado, diciendo ante los hijos de Israel: —La tierra que fuimos a explorar es tierra que traga a sus habitantes. Todo el pueblo que vimos en ella son hombres de gran estatura. 33 También vimos allí gigantes, hijos de Anac, raza de gigantes. Nosotros, a nuestros propios ojos, parecíamos langostas; y así parecíamos a sus ojos.-----------------------------------El pueblo de Israel se encontraba ya al frente de la bendición prometida por el Señor. Después de varios inconvenientes en el camino, errores, dudas y frustraciones, Dios los estaba poniendo al frente de su futuro, su propósito de vida, un nuevo amanecer, una tierra de abundancia concedida por el Dueño del cielo y la tierra. Pero ellos querían explorar la tierra antes de conquistarla. Querían estudiar los puntos fuertes y débiles de los habitantes para saber qué debían hacer y querían probar un poco de las riquezas de la tierra. Cuando los exploradores regresaron, venían cargados de frutos que nunca habían visto, y el tamaño era desproporcionado a lo que ellos estaban acostumbrados a ver. Pero esa alegría se convirtió en preocupación. De los 12 que fueron, 10 vinieron con un reporte negativo. Ellos se compararon con los habitantes de la tierra y pensaron que no podían expulsarlos. Según los investigadores e historiadores, un gigante de esa época medía máximo unos 3 metros. Una persona considerada muy alta en nuestro tiempo mide más o menos unos 2 metros. La diferencia de altura se podía notar y esto causó terror en ellos, ¡pero la comparación fue exagerada! ¡Ellos dijeron que se miraban como saltamontes al lado de ellos! ¿El tamaño de una cucaracha? Sí, así es como dijeron que se veían. Además, olvidaron quién les había prometido esa tierra, olvidaron lo que ¡Dios podía hacer con milagros y prodigios, venciendo al grande ejército Egipcio, y que Dios mismo estaba con ellos de forma visible! Así como el tema que estudiamos en el capítulo 11, debemos estar atentos a quién escuchamos y a qué clase de opiniones ponemos atención. Las influencias pueden trastornar la realidad del poder de Dios y amplificar el poder limitado del enemigo. Nos hace ver los problemas con una lupa, haciéndonos ver qué estamos condenados al fracaso cuando Dios ha preparado todo un plan magnífico para mostrar su gloria en nosotros. No debemos tampoco menospreciar las bendiciones de Dios, lo que Dios nos ha prometido, lo que nos ha dado. Tengamos un corazón agradecido y confiando en las promesas del Señor. ¡Mira la actitud de Caleb y Josué que fueron los únicos que sí creyeron al Señor y trajeron palabras de optimismo y fe; ellos sí se veían entrando a la tierra y conquistandola! Ellos creyeron que el Señor les podía dar la victoria con las armas y fuerzas que estaban en sus manos. Además, la nube de Dios estaba presente, en medio de ellos, marchando con ellos y abriéndose camino así como lo hizo ante el Mar Rojo y el resto de sus enemigos. ¡Dios te llamó y también te capacitó para que sea más que vencedor!Cuando uno se rodea de personas de fe y optimismo, uno siente como la fe y la esperanza comienza a aumentar al escuchar a las personas que hablan la Palabra de Dios, animando y fortaleciendo al que está a su lado.¿Cómo quieres ser en tu hogar, en tu lugar de trabajo o en tu iglesia: como Josué y Caleb o como los diez exploradores pesimistas e incrédulos?Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. =======Numbers 13: Do not underestimate the abilities that God gave you!Numbers 13:25-33:And they returned from spying out the land after forty days. Now they departed and came back to Moses and Aaron and all the congregation of the children of Israel in the Wilderness of Paran, at Kadesh; they brought back word to them and to all the congregation, and showed them the fruit of the land. Then they told him, and said: “We went to the land where you sent us. It truly flows with milk and honey, and this is its fruit. Nevertheless the people who dwell in the land are strong; the cities are fortified and very large; moreover we saw the descendants of Anak there. The Amalekites dwell in the land of the South; the Hittites, the Jebusites, and the Amorites dwell in the mountains; and the Canaanites dwell by the sea and along the banks of the Jordan.”Then Caleb quieted the people before Moses, and said, “Let us go up at once and take possession, for we are well able to overcome it.”But the men who had gone up with him said, “We are not able to go up against the people, for they are stronger than we.” And they gave the children of Israel a bad report of the land which they had spied out, saying, “The land through which we have gone as spies is a land that devours its inhabitants, and all the people whom we saw in it are men of great stature. There we saw the giants (the descendants of Anak came from the giants); and we were like grasshoppers in our own sight, and so we were in their sight.”-----------------------------------The people of Israel were already facing the blessing promised by the Lord. After various setbacks along the way, mistakes, doubts and frustrations, God was putting them in charge of their future, their life purpose, a new dawn, a land of abundance granted by the Owner of heaven and earth. But they wanted to explore the land before conquering it. They wanted to study the strengths and weaknesses of the inhabitants to know what they should do and they wanted to taste a little of the riches of the land. When the explorers returned, they came bringing fruits they had never seen, and the size was disproportionate to what they were used to seeing. But that joy turned to worry. Of the 12 who went, 10 came with a negative report. They compared themselves to the inhabitants of the land and thought that they could not drive them out. According to researchers and historians, a giant of that time measured a maximum of 3 meters. A person considered very tall in our time measures more or less about 2 meters. The height difference was noticeable and this caused terror in them, but the comparison was exaggerated! They said they looked like grasshoppers next to them! The size of a cockroach? Yes, that's what they said they looked like. Furthermore, they forgot who had promised them that land, they forgot what God could do with miracles and wonders, defeating the big Egyptian army, and that God Himself was with them in a visible way! Like the topic we studied in chapter 11, we must be aware of who we listen to and what kinds of opinions we pay attention to. Influences can subvert the reality of God's power and amplify the limited power of the enemy. It makes us see the problems with a magnifying glass, making us see that we are doomed to failure when God has prepared a whole magnificent plan to show His glory in us. We must also not underestimate the blessings of God, what God has promised us, what He has given us. Let us have a grateful heart and trust in the promises of the Lord. Look at the attitude of Caleb and Joshua who were the only ones who did believe in the Lord and brought words of optimism and faith; they did see themselves entering the land and conquering it! They believed that the Lord could give them victory with the weapons and strength that were in their hands. Furthermore, the cloud of God was present, in their midst, marching with them and making their way just as He did before the Red Sea and the rest of their enemies. God called you and also shaped you to be more than a conqueror!When you surround yourself with people of faith and optimism, you feel how faith and hope begin to increase as you listen to people who speak the Word of God, encouraging and strengthening those who are next to you.How do you want to be in your home, in your workplace or in your church: like Joshua and Caleb or like the ten pessimistic and unbelieving explorers?I am your friend and brother Eduardo Rodríguez. #Numeros #Numeros13#IglesiaElReino #KingdomChurch #IPUH#HogaresDePacto #HogaresDePactoPodcast #PastorCarlos #CarlosRodriguez #EduardoRodriguez
Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce otherwise known as Jono and Ben are one of the most recognisable duos in New Zealand entertainment. After starting out as stars in their own right they came together as Jono and Ben a juggernaut of Kiwi comedy that was one of TVs top rating shows for seven years. The show helped launch the career of many of New Zealand's top comedic acts and their skits and pranks became legendary and live on to this day. From Ben starting out on Pulp Sport and Jono on being professionally tortured on “do stuff to Jono Friday's” they are now the hosts of the breakfast show on The Hits and their broadcast journey has mirrored their life arc with their content maturing as they have. There is no ego with these guys despite their success, they are genuine, warm, funny and quick witted, but there's great depth to them and they touch on very serious, important themes – like asking for help – and being there for your mates in tough times. Show notes | Episode 85 | Jono and Ben 1.50: Not the traditional three-way but a comfortable four-way including sponsors product and beard envy 2.55: Talkability promotions: Jono's Sky City marathon 6.58: Influences on the come up: Marc and Matthew, Sports Café, Eating Media Lunch 12.56: Old men reminisce about stuff: video stores and the VHS, taping songs off the radio 15.45: “Show us your crack”: New Zealand's most famous radio jingle courtesy of Ben 18.57: Pulp Sport: a YouTube show that made it to Sky Sport 23.52: The pilot skit that went very wrong for Ben 29.50: Do stuff to Jono: experiences in commercial radio 37.57 Jono gets a start in TV on C4 40.47: The making of Jono and Ben 47.28: Moving from late-night Friday TV to prime time 49.30: The cast of characters on and off screen 52.37 A review of some of the best skits: the most destructive prank ever, Jono at Blues training, House covered in Post it notes 1.01.00: Using your platform to speak about important issues 1.06.08: The evolution of Jono and Ben and the stresses of working together 1.13.29: The end of Jono and Ben 1.16.56: A brief history of radio: from The Rock, to The Edge, to The Hits 1.17.40: Creating content: the rise of viral videos, TikTok 1.20.09 A Guy Williams skit gets awkward and their appearance on the Graham Norton Show 1.24.05 Trying to stand out while interviewing celebrities: Jared Leto, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dwayne Johnson 1.30.54: Breakfast on The Hits and what the future holds 1.34.36: Last words from Steven, Seamus and Jono and Ben See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a portion of Paid Search Podcast episode 312 titled "How to Get Better Leads from Google Ads Using What You Can Control to Your Advantage". In this clip, Jason and Chris talk about how your landing page influences lead quality in Google Ads. Send us your questions here - https://paidsearchpodcast.com/contact-us/ Subscribe to the Paid Search Podcast on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePaidSearchPodcast
'Dadvocate' Ian Dinwiddy is the founder of Inspiring Dads, a platform designed to help dads balance the complexities of modern life and fatherhood.Management Consultant Ian and his partner Lisa (a lawyer) have made what some might view as bold decisions regarding their parenting setup. When their daughter Freya was born they took the decision that Ian would step back from his career to look after her and he has gone on to become the main carer for their two children. We discuss:How dads can be brave and go beyond social expectationsHow to deal with the inevitable judgement from yourself and your peers when you challenge expectations Gender equality at home and work and how they influence each other What organisations can do support dads to take shared parental leave and how to remove barriers What men really talk about and why most men are more supportive of change than you might think Why when you connect men together to share stories and experiences it's incredibly powerful The one thing every dad can do to move closer to the work/home setup they'd really likeThe huge pressure faced by dads who are the main breadwinner but who also want to be present parentsThis was such a powerful and valuable conversation and we hope you enjoy it.You can find out more about the Inspiring Dads platform at www.inspiringdads.co.uk. Connect with Ian on LinkedIn and Twitter. Find out more about the work of Leaders Plus, including details of our award-winning Fellowship Programme and our latest events by signing up to receive our emails at leadersplus.org.uk/newsletter.If you'd like to submit a question to the Big Careers, Small Children podcast please record it here https://www.speakpipe.com/BigCareersSmallChildren
Today on the Plywood Podcast we have Atlanta native and “Atlanta Influence Everything” co-founder, Bem Joiner. Bem shares how his diverse upbringing and love for music and culture influenced his passion for people. Listen as he explains how Atlanta civics, culture, and corporate commerce allows the city to influence the globe. The culture curator also discusses what Atlanta can do as a city to decrease income inequality. Wanna know why Atlanta influences everything? Take a listen!---Welcome to the Plywood Podcast: Real talk for social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders.Plywood is a nonprofit in Atlanta leading a community of startups doing good. Over the past 12 years, we have worked with over 1000 startup founders and nonprofit leaders wrestling with the tensions of starting, growing, and sustaining.Think of The Plywood Podcast as a kitchen table conversation debating the pros and woes of running a business and sustaining a nonprofit. We dive into building business plans, sustaining relationships (personal and professional), diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, forming values while being a part of true cultural change for good, and so much more.Learn more about Plywood at PlywoodPeople.com
Jennifer Shaheen is the founder and President of Technology Therapy® Group. She is recognized as an expert in planning, implementing, and translating digital marketing and technology. She is a digital transformation expert, user experience enthusiast, and data insights specialist, expertly guiding business owners through the intersection of marketing and technology for the past 20 plus years. With unique expertise that combines technical prowess, entrepreneurial insight, and marketing acumen, Jennifer's marketing strategy, brand development, and small business operations skills have aided companies in the retail, manufacturing, hospitality, luxury, and travel industries. During the show we discuss: ● How digital advertising differs from the traditional advertising ● Influences social media platforms have on digital advertising ● What Apple may really be up to making all their data private ● Aspects contribute to the success of digital advertising ● Advantages and disadvantages of digital advertising ● Importance of knowing your customer avatar ● Prioritize digital advertising on organic traffic ● Beneficial applications of digital advertising ● Significance of a digital marketing strategy ● Most effective digital advertising strategy ● Factors to a successful digital advertising ● Developing a digital advertising strategy ● What's happening with geo targeting ● Importance of digital advertising ● Digital advertising strategies ● Digital advertising Show resources:https://technologytherapy.com/
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This week's episode focuses on how food influences our immune system health. Our guest today is Ocean Robbins, a passionate author, speaker, facilitator, father, dancer, movement builder, and the co-founder and CEO of the 500 plus member Food Revolution Network. Ocean has assisted hundreds of thousands of people to stand up for their health and the health of the world. His best-selling book ‘The 31 Day Food Revolution' has changed millions of lives. Tune in to learn how to create healthy lives that make food the foundation of joy, abundance, and wellness. IN THIS EPISODE: [04:00] What we eat has a huge impact on ecosystems, animals, and future resources. [08:00] What foods do not support our bodies in being able to fight off infections? [15:00] Chronic pain is often directly connected to your body being in chronic inflammation. [20:00] Tips for health practitioners in a therapeutic home regime, or over zoom or telemedicine to assist people to improve their immune system. [25:00] A healthy microbiome is critical. [35:00] Takeaways for practitioners to use right away to get results with their clients and support the immune system. [40:00] Every time you choose real food over processed junk or assist someone you love or a patient to make healthier choices, you're not only doing it for that moment, you're building a movement. KEY TAKEAWAYS: What we eat has a huge impact on ecosystems, animals and future resources and our health. It's important to consider which foods support us long term, as well as which foods don't support us and our clients. There are a lot of powerful phytonutrients that assist the body to be strong in the face of viral and bacterial health issues. These are usually located in the plant kingdom, such as greens, onions, mushrooms, berries, seeds and citrus which all bring down inflammation and boost health. RESOURCE LINKS Immune Modulation Strategies Guide Link for Ocean's Freebies 31 Day Food Revolution Book GUEST BIO: Ocean Robbins is co-founder & CEO of the 700,000 member Food Revolution Network. He is author of the bestseller, 31-Day Food Revolution: Heal Your Body, Feel Great, and Transform Your World. Ocean founded Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!) at age 16, and directed it for the next 20 years. He has spoken in person to more than 200,000 people, organized online seminars and events reaching more than a million, and facilitated leadership development events for leaders from 65 nations. He has served as adjunct professor for Chapman University, and is a recipient of the national Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service, the Freedom's Flame Award, the Harmon Wilkinson Award, and many other honors.
It's hard to believe, but we celebrate 200 episodes of The MapleMoney Show this week! Joining in the fun are my most frequent guests from the past four years, and good friends, J.D. Roth and Miranda Marquit. Rather than focus on a single topic for episode 200, I decided to reflect on my previous conversations with J.D. and Miranda here on the show. For example, Miranda updates us on how she continues outsourcing tasks like grocery shopping and housekeeping. And J.D. talks about a recent move and reminisces on one of his big money mistakes. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/200 This episode of The MapleMoney Show is brought to you by Willful. Did you know that 57% of Canadian adults don't have a will? Willful has made it more affordable, convenient, and easy for Canadians to create legal Will and Power of Attorney documents online from the comfort of home. In less than 20 minutes and for a fraction of the price of visiting a lawyer, you can gain peace of mind knowing you've put a plan in place to protect your children, pets, and loved ones in the event of an emergency. Get started for free at https://maplemoney.com/willful and use promo code MAPLEMONEY to save 15%
“The cure for confusion is simply to ask,” said the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). In the Islam FAQ, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani and other SeekersGuidance scholars give clear, reliable answers to common questions that people ask about Islam–on faith, worship, spirituality, social issues, halal and haram, and a wide range of practical issues […] The post 148 – I'm Surrounded by Bad Influences That Hold Me Back in My Religion. What Should I Do? – Islam FAQ – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani appeared first on SeekersGuidance.
Michael Rault is a Canadian singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He has released multiple albums and EPs with various indie labels, and his upcoming album was recorded at none other than the iconic Daptone studios, where Michael worked with renowned Daptones producer Wayne Gordon. In this episode, we talk about taking risks, his eclectic 60s and 70s musical influences and dive into the process of recording and mixing his upcoming album. Click below to open a Spotify playlist featuring some of the music from our guests. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/39vz6t8dhQYe6b1g1S2dFJ?si=c2af54607abd4302 If you would like to support the podcast by purchasing a wonderful enamel mug, you can do that here: https://www.allyouneedisdrums.com/shop If you have enjoyed this podcast, please don't forget to leave a review! You can find more information about me, Joe Montague and the remote drum sessions I do on my website below. You can also sign up to receive FREE weekly Beatles 'Isolated Drums' stems. www.allyouneedisdrums.com
All of us judge people by their appearance. From hairstyle to posture, we look at everything to build a picture of them in our minds. We instantly evaluate and make assumptions based on outer personas. Other people do the same to us. By nature, we're prone to taking people at face value. It's convenient, and it's an instinctive response to determine trustworthiness. First impressions count, but we must know that our judgments can go wrong due to the cognitive bias of the halo effect. Find out what the halo effect is and how to prevent it from affecting your decision-making.
How often do you know you should be leading your children one way or guiding them in one direction and you just forget? You get off the path and just fall away from staying true to your values EVEN though your values are important and they matter and you want them for you family. It can just get hard to keep up and remember every thing we should pay attention to. Our everyday life is filled with endless choices of where we CAN go for teachings and what we will let influence and counsel us. Where are you seeking your counsel and where are you teaching your children to seek their's? Today's Armor is built up by this quote from Fulton Sheen: "Counsel involving right and wrong should never be sought from a man who does not say his prayers." Wow!!! That should cause ALL of us to stop, evaluate, and think. Let's grow, Jennifer Today's sticker to talk about this ARMOR with your family is from Togather™ For Date Night, "Circle of Trust" Category: "It is said that you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. Do you fit this?" Order Togather™ for Date Night and Placemats Togather™ Together and MORE HERE! Join our PRIVATE Families That Stick Togather Moms group over on Facebook. "Strong and Faith-Filled Families For Today's Mom" where we share with one another and go on this journey of motherhood in today's world TOGETHER. Join us HERE! Shop all Togather™ products to build up your family Armor at togathermoments.com including Placemats, Togather™ for Family Dinner, Togather™ for Date Night, Togather™ Notecards, and many more simple ways to create words that matter! If this episode helped you to be more intentional with your family, please Subscribe to the show (and don't miss any episodes!), please screenshot and share with a friend, and please leave a REVIEW on Apple. Just scroll down, tap the starts, and/or hit "write a review". I greatly appreciate you listening and sharing any feedback with me so I know how to keep serving you here. Thank you! Free resources at togathermoments.com/free and when you sign up for our newsletter. Show notes at togathermoments.com/podcast Follow @togathermoments and @familiesthatsticktogather on Instagram and Facebook The mission of Togather™ is to provide tools to help you build your strong family the way God intended. No doubt "Family" needs to rise up and we think there's no better time Togather™ Armor. Strong family communication, values, faith, parenting, life-hacks, connection ideas. These episodes are short for a reason: get quick tips that challenge you in the moment to take action that fits into your real life. Consider this your armor to keep growing strong in all the small moments. Every episode ends with a sticker from one of our conversation starter sticker games for you to have meaningful conversation at home TODAY about the topic.
On this episode of Manga Mavericks, Colton & Lum are joined by James, aka @That1WelderGuy (host of such podcasts as Kicking Stones & Deal With the Devils), Joey Weiser (Eisner Award nominated comic artist of such series as Mermin, Ghost Hog and Dragon Racer) and Mike Toole (Editor-at-large at Anime News Network & Associate Producer at Discotek) to discuss even more Akira Toriyama comics with his very first, smash hit series, Dr. Slump! A comedy gag manga taking place in the whacky town of Penguin Village centered around the adventures of chaotic and playful robot girl, Arale, and the rest of her cartoon pals! We discuss why Dr. Slump is one of the best gag manga ever made and how important and influential it is, despite it not having the same worldwide appeal outside of Japan like Dragon Ball did. N'joy! If you've enjoyed our discussions of Toriyama's comics lately, then head over to our Patreon to listen to our discussion of his Kintoki one-shot from 2010 with Randy from We Gotta Podcast! For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned in this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2022/manga-mavericks-ep-203-dr-slump/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - Intro 06:52 - Dr. Slump discussion 1:37:49 - What gross things did we do as kids? 1:41:59 - Favorite Characters 1:47:30 - Best Waifu 1:50:06 - Best Obscure Character 1:53:49 - How much of the anime have we watched? 1:55:39 - Favorite Chapters/Jokes 2:00:48 - Anime Questions 2:05:30 - Favorite Inventions 2:06:13 - Favorite Filler Episodes??? 2:07:55 - Dr. Slump's Influences and Spiritual Successors 2:13:48 - Is Arale the most powerful Toriyama character? 2:15:19 - Final Thoughts 2:18:46 - Guest Plugs 2:23:02 - Community Shout-outs! 2:31:58 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!
Continuing our discussion on the compound effect (make sure you go listen to last week's episode if you haven't yet) and in today's episode, we'll talk momentum, how to set yourself up for success, and why your environment is a critical aspect to the compound effect. Time Stamps: (0:00) Continuing the Compound Effect (3:30) Momentum (6:13) Setting Yourself Up for Success (9:20) Just Do It (12:43) Influences (20:35) Your Physical Environment (23:15) Acceleration ---------------- Follow Me on Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/laceeiskk/ ---------------- We have helped over 800 women transform their mind and body and become the best version of themselves. Want to be next? Click Here to Apply! - https://form.typeform.com/to/WKxPkc
Hello creatives, If you're new, welcome, if not, welcome back to Convo By Design. This journey of ours in search of amazing design, architecture, furnishings and art is in its 9th year now and I am so happy that you're joining me for another episode. Designer Resources ThermaSol - Redefining the modern shower experience Article, great style is easy. It's the best way to buy beautiful modern furniture York Wallcoverings - Designed to inspire for over 125 years Franz Viegener - Finely crafted sculptural faucets Moya Living - Beautiful, durable powder coated kitchen, bath & outdoor kitchen cabinetry This week, I'm speaking with Luis Murillo of LMD Architecture Studio. This Bogota, Columbia born architect moved his family to Los Angeles in 1997 and opened his firm in 2010. Luis is the exemplifies the American Dream, or at least what the idea of the American Dream is supposed to represent. South American influence is nothing new to Southern California. It takes a special architect to not just understand space, time and place. But honor all three when you have both historical significance and arguable the world's greatest canvas upon which to work. Luis respects the past and allows his upbringing in Columbia and love for space to guide his design regardless of style, traditional, mid-century or modern. The art takes first chair. My hope is that by introducing you to new talent, it will influence your work. It will allow you to strive for greatness and perhaps think about your own work differently. This is architect, Luis Murillo. Thank you, Luis. Thank you ThermaSol, Article, York Wallcoverings and Franz Viegener and Moya Living for your partnership and support. You are remarkable partners and amazing allies for the trade. And, thank you for listening and subscribing to the podcast. I know you already know this, but… there are literally hundreds of past episodes of Convo By Design that you probably haven't heard, especially if you are new to the show, so go check them out. Be well and take today first.
This week Kevin and Stewart have the absolute honor of sitting down with Chris Cassidy, a recent retiree from the Navy following 28 years of service. After graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy, Chris served for a decade with the U.S. Navy Seal Teams where he served in Afghanistan merely two weeks after the September 11 attacks. Chris then served for eighteen years with NASA where he participated in three space missions including 277 days in space, 10 EVAs, served as ISS Commander for Expedition 63 which included the historic docking of the Crew Dragon Demo-2.The team talks through the journey of his life, including his present station as the President and CEO of the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation, located in Arlington, Texas. The Medal of Honor is American's highest recognition of valor in combat as established by President Abraham Lincoln in 1861. The Medal of Honor commemorates those who were willing to risk their lives to protect and serve our country and the ideals we hold most dear. The National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation is dedicated to sharing the stories and values of these incredible heroes—and to inspire America to build upon their legacies and the National Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, Texas will serve as the only national institution dedicated to the stories, impact, and legacy of the service members who went on to become Medal of Honor recipients.The National Medal of Honor Museum is being constructed by Linbeck, broke ground on March 25, 2022 , and will open in Arlington in 2024.Words simply don't do justice to the experiences, stories, and wisdom that Chris has and shared during his time on the podcast. You're going to really enjoy the conversation with Chris. // Show Notes //Medal of Honorhttps://bit.ly/3arM8wgNational Medal of Honor Museumhttps://bit.ly/3zhPRXLhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/mohmuseum/The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumashttps://amzn.to/3GRQJnBYou Are Worth It: Building a Life Worth Fighting For, by Kyle Carpenter https://amzn.to/3NnAoth
In this episode Joshua talks with actress Miriam Katz. Topics are anywhere from a variety of aspects of improv and how improv influences our everyday life, to appreciating life amongst great hardship and more. CONNECTIONS Miriam Katz Facebook | Miriam Katz Website | IMDB | Genuine Connections Instagram | Facebook | IMDB | Website |
Classically trained composer, guitarist, rapper Gene Pritsker has had over 600 of his compositions performed. His debuts his work via his presenting organization Composers Concordance that showcases short new pieces from composers of any style. To take part in one of Gene's shows he has to find your music eclectic and original and be confident that the performers understand what you need with short rehearsal time and that you've done your homework. Pritsker's band Sound Liberation tours Europe and he has lucrative work in Europe such as orchestrating award-winning TV series like Babylon Berlin where he colors the sounds of the instruments. What else? He's a crowd pleasing, relaxed, droll MC. He believes above all that sound should be liberated. Jude's task in this episode is to discover whether there is a Gene Pritsker style and how to define him. Links:https://www.genepritsker.com/ http://composersconcordance.com/ https://noizepunk.wixsite.com/soundlib Influences:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igor_Stravinsky The Rite of Spring (1913) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP42C-4zL3w https://www.zappa.com/Brown Shoes Don't Make It https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNULHGsy3SE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Mendelssohn The First Walpurgis Night Op.60 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxQDfgPhde0 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thelonious_Monk 'Round Midnight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zre0u5XyNfY Judas Priest Arrested Development Each week in Creative Confidential Jude Kampfner chats to an independent professional performance or visual artist about how they survive and thrive. They share details of moving between projects, becoming more entrepreneurial, finding the best opportunities and developing a signature image and style. Her guests range from lyricists to novelists, videographers to sound designers. A broadcaster, writer and coach, Jude gently probes and challenges her so that whatever your line of creativity you learn from her advice and the experiences of her lively guests. REACH OUT TO JUDE: - Jude's WebsiteJude on TwitterJude on LinkedInJude on Instagram Theme music composed by Gene Pritsker. https://www.genepritsker.com/ Show Producer and Editor, Mark McDonald. Launch YOUR podcast here.
Join your host Andrew Tisser with his guest Sam Kessel as they talk about why physicians should obtain an MBA and what doors does an MBA open for them. Influences can be anything, and for Sam, what sparked his interest in entrepreneurship was due to the marketing class he took. Combining his MD and MBA gave him a wide array of expertise in both medicine and business.In this episode you will learn:· Marketing class to MBA· Perks that an MBA gives· Who should get an MBA?· Factors of business school notoriety· A look into what Sam doesAbout Sam Kessel:Sam Kessel is passionate about the intersection of medicine, technology, and business. He is a life science consultant at LEK, advising companies on a variety of strategic decisions from research and development, mergers and acquisitions, and international strategy. Sam completed his intern year in internal medicine. In addition, he has served as an associate for multiple angel networks performing due diligence on medical startups part-time during medical training.Connect with Sam Kessel on:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-m-kessel/ Connect with Talk2Medoc on:Website: https://www.andrewtisserdo.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewtisserdo/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrew.tisserInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/talk2medoc_llc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Talk2MeDocYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0O_Sf3aYLavYaJ_hg7bM8g
Chris Ballew is the frontman for the Seattle rock band The Presidents of the United States of America. He also makes children's music under the pseudonym “Caspar Babypants.” He has a new solo record out now titled “Soul Unfolded” and another one coming out in July called “Primitive God.” In this episode we discuss his new music and the creative process, plus making music & videos with the Presidents, how they got the Drew Carey theme song, working with Beck, getting drunk with Dave Grohl and more! Very fun episode! 0:00:00 - Intro0:00:49 - Things in Common & Seattle Living 0:04:20 - Making Music to Make People Feel Good 0:05:55 - Nap Dance & New Album "Soul Unfolded" 0:09:20 - Keyboards & Sounds 0:16:25 - Primitive God & Making Music 0:18:41 - Caspar Babypants TV Show0:22:16 - Staying Creative, Meditation & Ram Dass 0:25:55 - Lump & Music Video 0:27:55 - Roman Coppola & Other Music Videos 0:30:24 - Kicks, Energy & Beck 0:33:45 - Dealing with Fame & Success 0:36:55 - The Drew Carey Show Theme Song 0:38:45 - Doing Live Shows & Performing 0:43:15 - Freedom, Providing Joy & Collaborating 0:47:49 - Famous People 0:49:10 - Psychedelic Journey & Influences 0:51:10 - Movies 0:53:42 - PEPS, Well Spring & Mary's Place 0:55:35 - Drunk with Dave Grohl in the Late 90s 0:58:45 - Krist Novoselic 1:02:10 - Outro Chris Ballew website:https://chrisballew.orgPEPS website:https://www.peps.orgWell Spring Family Services website:https://wellspringfs.orgMary's Place website:https://www.marysplaceseattle.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show
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On today's episode, Walter B J Mitchell and Joe Comeau return to continue our conversations on sports fandoms, how fans can influence their organizations to instigate change, and the power that writers have in the Sports Media landscape. We also talk about the NFL Salary Cap, Jalen Ramsey, and the Indianapolis Colts QB experiment in the years post-Andrew Luck. Also, I do my best to discuss Jeff Gladney with respect to his tragic death yesterday. Sourcing for the Gladney story comes from ESPN Press Room CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
We hear a lot about companies trying to combat biases in the workplace in respect to gender, race, and sexual orientation. But what about class? How do class biases influence decisions that are made in the business world? TEDx speaker and Ascension Worldwide founder CJ Gross has written a new book - "What's Your Zip Code Story?" - that explores this subject, and examines the way that our class affects the way we interact with people in corporate settings. He also provides tips on how we can break down these barriers, and the role our upbringings play in our class biases. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
There's no question that the Southeast Asian diaspora has influenced American dining. Pad Thai has become as ubiquitous as the hamburger. But what food, flavors, and culinary traditions are yet to become mainstream? And what stories remain to be told?Influence is not exerted one way. Many Southeast Asian chefs who influence their communities are influenced by them in equal measure. Whether it's incorporating local ingredients, feeling inspired by family heritage, or building a loyal following even as challenges like Covid persist, exchanges of knowledge and delicious bites abound. In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, we'll introduce you to influential chefs, entrepreneurs, and artisans who are bringing creativity and commensality to their work.Further Reading and Listening:Listen to Yia Vang's full interview on Snacky Tunes Episode 426.Learn more about Chef Ayesha Nurdjaja.If you want to support Daniel's project and enjoy Southeast Asian flavors in a chocolate shell online and at his upcoming retail store, catch up with him on his website or Instagram.Read more about the growth of Southeast Asian cocoa and chocolate industry here.Find Lady Wong here.Keep Meat and Three on the air: become an HRN Member today! Go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate.Meat and Three is powered by Simplecast.
Big Dog talks about key people in his life that have made a difference. The Fresh Prince also opens up about childhood trauma he remembers that is tied to his parents. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.