Your body can be like a well tuned, high performance sports car. It needs high octane foods to operate at it's peak performance! If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Sign up for the next Follow-Through Challenge Follow me on Social Media:Amy on IGAmy on Facebook Resources:AmyLedin.comLean Bodies Consulting (LBC)LBC University
Joe kicks off this week's show by reading iTunes (and Tyrofeine) reviews. He then dedicates the rest of the show to 12 Overrated/Underrated topics. This includes: 1) Organic food 2) Vegetables 3) Six-pack Abs for Personal Trainers 4) Compound Sets 5) Supersets 6) Biscoff Cookie Butter 7) Lat Pulldowns 8) Contrast Training for Speed & Athleticism 9) Training to Failure for Maximum Muscle Hypertrophy 10) Triple H as Head of WWE Creative 11) Soft Tissue Work 12) Two Day a Week "Upper/Lower" Training Split for Strength & Size. *For a full list of Show Notes with Timestamps goto www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com IMPORTANT LINKS DeFranco's Tyrofeine Team Forever Strong CPPS L1 - Ohio [*Use coupon: SWIS30] ReBuilt 2.0 Delt Compound Set @fitwaffle
The Dow gained 27 points after yesterday's surge, and Jim Cramer's guiding investors through the market's latest moves. Next, PerkinElmer CEO Prahlad Singh joins Cramer to discuss earnings, the changes in the science and diagnostic equipment market post-COVID, and the company's outlook going forward. Then, Realty Income CEO Sumit Roy talks to Cramer about the company's second quarter, the company's commitment to consistently making sure investors are receiving capital monthly, and their tenant portfolio. Plus, Darling Ingredients CEO Randy Stuewe.
Chef Jamie Bissonnette, the James Beard award-winning chef and partner of Boston favorites Coppa, an Italian enoteca, Toro, the Barcelona-style tapas bar, and Little Donkey, Cambridge's eclectic neighborhood restaurant, shares his favorite ingredients and go-to staples in his home pantry.You can find all the pantry staple ingredients at The Chefs' Warehouse, a specialty food distributor that has been purveying high-quality artisan ingredients to chefs for over 30 years @wherechefsshop https://www.chefswarehouse.com/Produced by Haynow Media @haynowmedia http://haynowmedia.com
Some call it revival. Others call it a spiritual renewal, but no matter what you call it, what the Church needs today is a great move of God's Spirit as He breaks the fallow ground of our hearts and brings conviction and cleansing in the body of Christ which results in His power being manifest in our lives.
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This week Barney & Michael are joined by Friend of the Pod, Alex West! and today we're discussing Craig David Playing Fortnite, The Biggest Christian Rock Band ‘Killers', The Ingredients of a Mojito & Alex's Favourite Sporting Memories! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode Dr. Hoby Wedler discusses the impact of the five senses on how we experience and remember the people and products we interact with. Listen in as Deborah and Hoby explore how Hoby created a unique perspective of flavors by learning to cook as a child experiencing blindness. He also shares how he uses that perspective to teach others how to create sensory experiences that are memorable while keeping an open mind to new opportunities. Dr. Hoby Wedler is an insightful, disarming, and passionate thinker who loves to bring people together to help them see new possibilities. With the heart of a teacher, Hoby helps turn your dreams into realities. Hoby has been completely blind since birth. He is a scientist, an entrepreneur, a sensory expert, and is driven by his passion for innovative, creative, and insightful thinking. Hoby is remarkably tuned into his surroundings and has frequently chosen to walk the unbeaten paths in life over known territories. In 2016, Hoby earned his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from UC Davis. His fearlessness is infectious, and he has actively paved the way for others to join him in his quest to follow passions regardless of the challenges that lie ahead. In 2011, Hoby founded a non-profit organization to lead annual chemistry camps for blind and visually impaired students throughout North America. In the same year, he began opening doors to the world of wine aromas by developing Tasting in the Dark, a truly blindfolded wine experience, in collaboration with the Francis Ford Coppola Winery. He has since expanded the program to a global market in a variety of industries and special projects. Over the years, Hoby has become a motivational speaker, a mentor, and an educator. He is also committed to making the world an inclusive, equitable, and accessible place for everyone. In his work, you will find a unique trilogy between sensory awareness, scientific knowledge, and a love for sharing his insights. Numerous people and organizations have recognized Hoby's work over the years. To name a few, President Barack Obama recognized Hoby by naming him a Champion of Change for enhancing employment and education opportunities for people with disabilities. Also, Forbes Media named Hoby as a leader in food and drink in their 30 under 30 annual publication. Hoby's dedicated to impacting everyone he works with by unlocking doors, overcoming challenges, increasing awareness, and expanding their horizons. You can connect with Dr. Wedler here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hobywedler/ Create a personal career strategy that develops the leadership and communication skills you need to assess challenges, showcase your skills, and demonstrate your ability to be a C-Suite Leader. Learn more about the C-Suite Academy here: https://bit.ly/csawaitlist22See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ayurvedic brands can make a mark on the global stage providing they emphasise the efficacy of traditional ingredients, the founder of Indian beauty firm Tvachamrit believes.
What would YOU do if you had just one week to define your legacy? In her final week as guest host, Kim McSwain answers this question as she breaks down the 5 core elements of YOUR 'Win-Win' dance studio machine. Kim reflects on this 6-part series as she dives into her experiences and expertise when it comes to: instilling excellence at all times; addressing what's missing in your training; valuing your customers; uniting your studio family; and the importance of continuing your professional development.
Summer Seasonal Focus: Rainbow Rolls Savory + Sweet. Bread. Toast. Tapenades. Eating the Rainbow. Listening to you. Zero Waste Meal Time.Learn how to listen to you. Seasonal food conversations with a deep passion to serve your well being and the well being of others.“Dare to love yourself as if you were a rainbow with gold at both ends.” ― Author-Poet AberjhaniFor the additional recipes mentioned in this show e-mail email@example.com in Subject: Summer Rainbow FoodResearch, Label Wisdom. Places to start exploring, traveling, recipes and mother nature.Lomi Food Waste and Compost Transform your food waste into organic dirt for your plants, lawn or garden all at the push of a button. (learn more here)- Reduce your kitchen waste by 50%- Quieter and uses less energy than a dishwasher-No smelly, gross kitchen smells from your garbage.14 Benefits of Composting Hydrating Foods 23 Hydrating Foods As Inspired, support local organic artisan bread shopsGusto Bread Colossus Bread Nonna Mercato Rainbow Spring Summer RollIngredients:3 carrots, shredded1 Cup purple cabbage, shredded2 English cucumbers, peeled and thin slices, lengthwise1/2 Cup Red + Yellow Peppers, sliced1/4 Cup Blue Potato Roasted, Sliced4 oz. (125 g) thin dried rice noodles, prepared according to the package instructions1/2 Cup Diced Cherry Tomatoes1 Avocado, Sliced Thin1/2 cup (1/2 oz./15 g) fresh cilantro leaves5-8 large round rice papersFor the sweet chili dipping sauce:1/4 cup seasoned rice vinegar1/4 cup soy sauce2 Tbsp. coconut sugar or honey1 Tbsp. fish sauce1 tsp. chili paste1 tsp. chili flakesEmail Suzanne for the InstructionsAyurveda Practice: Clear Skin Mask. Ingredients: 2 Tbsp. Tumeric2 Tbsp. Baking Soda1 Tbsp. Olive OilJuice of (1) LemonInstructions:1. Place ingredients a bowl. 2. Blend.3. Pour into a jar.4. Take a small amount an apply to your face.5. Let set for 10-20 minutes.6. Rinse and apply face oil or cream.Music: 'BeAware' Cadre ScottAlive Dante Marino New Album Luminosity Suzanne Toro Humanity and Earth Align+Focused OfferingsNew Earth Superfeast Living Tea KindSpring Formula FlawlessZinZino Balance OilHuman GarageProduction brought to you by OmToro Wellness + Media
A new French bistro-style restaurant opens at 4417 Main St. in Manayunk. KYW Newsradio's Hadas Kuznits chats with Cordon Bleu-educated chef Marcus Sumpter and James Morrissey, partner and designer of Blondie Hospitality, about the design, the concept and the menu highlights, as well as what this restaurant means for the economy of this neighborhood.
Sometimes picking just one thing and doing it well can turn around an entire business. Tres Lecheria Bakery in Seattle makes one thing, tres leches cakes, albeit in a number of varieties. After pivoting from an assortment of baked goods to just the most popular, Kevin Moulder's business took off in some unexpected directions, and he hasn't looked back since.
Last week, I introduced a framework for facilitating successful conversation, and the power of Transparency, Relationship and Understanding. Today, I'm delving into the two remaining and equally important pillars of this framework: shared success, and truth telling/testing assumptions. How do we create an environment where both sides win? Does making assumptions hamper a successful conversation? In this episode, I conclude our two-part series on facilitating T.R.U.S.T. Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode - How to pivot from perfunctory to aspirational What is the difference between goals, expectations and aspirations? - Why assumptions hamper the outcome of our negotiations Telling the truth has a lot to do with testing our own assumptions. How do we determine if the stories we tell ourselves are unquestionable, and verifiable? - How to be honest without being negative How do we acknowledge places where improvement is necessary in our jobs?
On today's episode of the Korean Beauty Show podcast, we're exploring skincare ingredients to use together for the best results! Using these hero ingredients together in the same routine will help to supercharge your skincare Access Today's Full Show Notes: https://stylestory.com.au/blogs/podcast/skincare-ingredients-to-use-together-for-better-results CONNECT WITH ME Instagram: www.instagram.com/lauren.kbeauty Shop Kbeauty: www.stylestory.com.au Style Story's Instagram: www.instagram.com/stylestory_kbeauty Jelly Ko's Instagram: www.instagram.com/jellyko_official Facebook: www.facebook.com/stylestory.au Website: www.thekoreanbeautyshow.com Sign Up to Our Mailing List to Join Tester's Club: https://stylestory.com.au/pages/free-gift-signup Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/stylestoryau Episode Summary Ingredient combinations ✅ Niacinamide + Salicylic Acid ✅ Green Tea + Caffeine ✅ Centella Asiatica + Vitamin C + Glycolic Acid ✅ Retinol + Niacinamide ✅ Retinol and Peptides ✅ Sunscreen + Vitamin C ✅ Vitamin C + Madecassoside ✅ Ceramides + Cholesterol + Free Fatty AcidsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CHRIS BILLAM-SMITH and Isaac Chamberlain combined to unleash a British classic on the South Coast. But what are the ingredients that made it such a good fight?We review the fight in detail, alongside Ben Whittaker's debut and Frazer Clarke's progress.There's Michael McKinson's date with Virgil Ortiz to preview and, in This Week In History, we wonder if Thomas Hearns was ever better than when he was just 21 years old.Please leave us a review and subscribe if you're enjoying the pod.
Mass school shootings like the one in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, 2022 are as complex as they are appalling. This two-part series examines the cultural, familial, personal, and biological underpinnings of these tragic events in an attempt to better understand this rare and deadly phenomenon.
What do wine and beauty have in common? Casey Georgeson. The entrepreneur had deep roots in the wine industry and parlayed her experience in the space to create a luxury beauty line, Saint Jane Beauty. We talk to the founder about:Her roots in creating wine and beauty brands for Sephora (Marc Jacobs Beauty, Disney, Elizabeth, and James) and The Wine Group (Cupcake Vineyards, Chloe, Love Noir).CBD: After suffering from sensitive, stressed skin, Casey discovered a powerful, effective way to combat skin irritation with beautiful, clean blends of potent botanicals.Sun Ritual: The newest launch is a luxury sunscreen in every beauty aficionados beach bag.
The first 3 months after giving birth is affectionately known as the 4th trimester. With so much emphasis placed on the new addition to the world, very little is shared about the often very trying and complex time for the parent. This episode peels back the curtain on this important and complex time. Guest Feature: Lydia Simmons was unable to obtain the level of healthcare support required during postpartum, she turned to her knowledge of food as a foundational and core means of health to create MILK Postnatal; a 7-Ingredient, vegan, 1OO% Superfood Postnatal that would support Moms from Day 1 of Postpartum up to 2 years of Breastfeeding and into Lifestyle Wellness. Lydia sought the advice of Chemists, Physiologists, and Nutritional Scientists to bring her product to market due to her own difficulties to overcome the difficult postpartum times. Lydia realigned expectations for her sensitive community to assure premium ingredients, a 30-day supply to aid moms with the cost of affordable health and wellness supplementation. She developed breastfeeding-safe items to best support other women who were and would experience the same. -MORE into: We're still crowdfunding- learn more about how you can SUPPORT here! Lydia's Book Recommendation: The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman How to connect with Lydia: Lydia's Instagram Shop M.O.O. here! Be Well, Sis Partners: Athletic Greens– Redeem your offer for 1 year of high-quality Vitamin D + 5 free travel packs Bolden: A trusted voice in skincare that work to inspire women to nurture, value, and love their natural beauty. Check out their entire skincare range here! Natural Annies Essentials: A clean, non-toxic home fragrances and candle-making experience for you and your entire family. NaturalAnnie Essentials is a black woman-owned and family-operated lifestyle soy candle company based in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Shop scents that elevate the ambiance of your home here! Taupe Coat: A vegan nail care brand that believes in a life filled with color, beauty, and abundance. Shop non-toxic nail care here! Nyah Beauty: is a natural skincare brand offering high-quality, consciously handcrafted soaps, lotions, candles, and scrubs. They offer plant-based skincare options free of detergents, phthalates, and other potentially irritating ingredients. Momotaro Apotheca: A plant-based and certified organic vulvovaginal care company that supports the body's natural ability to heal from issues stemming from yeast infection, BV, clothing, exercise, and sex. Mothering Tea: Hand-crafted, small-batch teas to help you create more moments of stillness and reflection.
For this episode, Jason and Trevor discuss the importance of encouraging your board members, colleagues and team members and how doing so will significantly impact your fundraising.Click here to watch our webinars, follow us on social media, visit our website + more!Have questions or feedback? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode, we have the luxury of interviewing 27 year veteran coach Wayne Wilkins who shares many lessons learnt along the way as well as key details on how he built his championship programs. Topics include: Off season Recruiting Training Camp Culture Seasonal Planning Practices And a few more key concepts Click here to join Digital Volleyball Academy Click here to join my coaches clinic Reach out via Instagram @BrianSingh_CoachB If you want to reach out to Coach Wayne, you can e-mail him at email@example.com
This is an unedited episode and it is also available on the fb page with video. We do some really fun product reviews including the new stuff from Stazko and Best shot, and the groombathingtablets, trach saver and wha-ger dog walkers bag. We also discuss what clean ingredients are, and Barbara has an angry bird moment.
So many ingredients that we can have with ourselves and in turn must invest with others too. So many ingredients that go along with being down to earth, authentic that we all need to have more of. Powerful reminders to share with you here. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts and ITunes or other services where you find this show. Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachtoexpectsuccess/ on Twitter: @coachtosuccess and on Instagram at: @coachjohndaly - My YouTube Channel is at: Coach John Daly. You can also head on over to https://www.coachtoexpectsuccess.com/ and get in touch with me there on my homepage along with checking out my Top Book list too. Other things there on my site are being worked on – especially my blog page where I am back to blogging now.
Conversation with Frank Kitchen, a professional speaker who has earned the Certified Speaking Professional designation by the National Speakers Association and he's known as the mindset master chef who works with organizations who want their people to break through the mental barriers they have to cook up the professional dreams they hunger for in business and life. Episode on Website
Solo this week on the mic I disuss the coaching, the toolbox and dive into what 5 things every business needs to succeed. Please leave a review, a rating and share our podcast. @thetradesmanexperience @natenewton87 thetradesmanexperience.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Mango ceviche We love mangos! This simple mango ceviche recipe has brought us a fair amount of joy. Seven out of seven Downings from youngest to oldest love this ceviche. To hear the recipe click the play button below. Ingredients 1 tsp sugar… Continue Reading "Mango Ceviche"
This week on Integrative Wellness Radio we're discussing skin conditions but specifically Eczema. Atopic dermatitis or commonly known as Eczema is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. It's common in children but can occur at any age. Join Dr. Nicole as she briefs us in-depth on why Eczema is developing at such a young age that it is now being referred to as Baby-Eczema and how this can persist as problematic all the way into adulthood. She walks us through some of the key points why infants are more vulnerable to it and how it affects them in the first place. Tune in to the full episode to learn more about the proper diagnosis, right testing, and prevention when it comes to skin diseases. Interested in working with IWG? Book a complimentary consult call to learn more using this link: https://bit.ly/IWRcall2022 Noteworthy Time Stamps: 02:39 Skin conditions at young ages aren't normal 05:25 It's not your fault that your baby has Eczema 09:32 The location of birth matters when it comes to skin conditions 13:43 A 2-month-old baby's case study 17:41 Toxins found in amniotic fluid 21:45 Are skin conditions affected by birth? 25:06 Ingredients matter in a vaccine 31:06 Antibiotics are made from the mold 36:12 Very rarely do things look like the textbook 41:30 No one test is the gold standard
As the former head of food chemistry for Eat Just, Jasmin Hume thought there was a lot of white space for innovation and thought a company should exist to build the next generation of ingredients for plant-based food. So she created it. At Shiru, Hume and her team make novel ingredients by identifying proteins with function such as taste, texture and more utilizing cutting edge tools like machine learning. So far, the company has raised over $20 million and just recently hired Impossible Foods' former VP of R&D and strategic ingredients. On the podcast, Mike and Jasmin discuss the following topics: -how the alternative protein market is evolving from early fully vertically integrated brands to companies like Shiru that build ingredients and solutions for a variety of companies -the new cohort of food companies utilizing AI and ML to build the next generation of food -how what Shiru is doing with precision fermentation is different from that of Perfect Day and others trying to create animal-identical proteins -Where Jasmin sees the ingredient industry going in the future -Plus lots more! You can find out more about Shiru at www.shiru.com via Knit
“You can't fail if you never give up.” This is chef Viet Nguyen's motto, a mantra that has seen him through incredible hardship and into inspiring success. From working as an exchange student to living in his car, Viet Nguyen will stop at nothing to make his dreams come true. He is a firm believer in nurturing your passion and never giving up on yourself, even when others do. Viet Nguyen is the founder and Co-CEO of Kei Concepts, a thriving restaurant, and management group that develops and manages proprietary brands and incubates emerging concepts. Since 2013, Kei Concepts has introduced 11 restaurant concepts to the Orange County area in California. Disclaimer: This episode is for educational purposes only and is not financial advice. TIMESTAMPS: 04:05 - A passion for Art 10:34 - Falling in love with cooking 17:49 - Ingredients: failure and patience 24:30 - A love story & business partnership 44:12 - The relationship between confidence and fear 55:00 - The science behind success: the right people 56:40 - Heart-centered business: art first, money later 01:07:16 - Intersecting identities: Vietnam & America 01:14:22 - Bonus wrap-up: protecting mom & pop shops at all costs FIND VIET ONLINE: Website Instagram: @kei.concepts SPONSORS: Betterhelp | 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/tll MENTIONED: Súp noodle bar - pho restaurant Vox Kitchen - Asian comfort food restaurant Gem Dining - progressive Southeast Asian dining Nếp Café - elevated French-Vietnamese brunch Kin Craft Ramen & Izakaya - a unique ramen experience Rol Hand Roll Bar - hand roll restaurant Ini Ristorante - Japanese-inspired Italian cuisine The video version of this interview is available on YouTube: Episode 193 SUBSCRIBE TO THE LAVENDAIRE LIFESTYLE PODCAST Apple Podcasts Spotify YouTube LAVENDAIRE YouTube Instagram
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Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and Podcast Host John Chester teaches about his ingredient list when he's compiling his powerful playlists! Listen in to learn how the elements of music play a different role and impact you in ways you may not realize. Most people use music as entertainment consciously, but unconsciously they use it like a drug. If you're putting bad drugs in your head, you're going to havee a bad life. Host John Chester goes over chapter 6 in his best-selling book, Itty Bitty Book of Positive Playlists.To work with John for your own playlist workshop, or to hire him to work with or speak with your group, go to IvorChester.com or call 214-606-8625.Subscribe to the OBBM Network Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart, Google Podcasts and more. Subscribe to Power of a Positive Playlist Podcast on Spotify. ---------------Listen to more on these business topics:Local AllenBusinesses: http://bit.ly/PowerGroupAllenPodcastBrandStrategy: http://bit.ly/BizVisionaryHealthNews: http://bit.ly/THE-TVBrought to you by:Jus4UsNaturals.usCharisma.ABWA.org1st Safety TrainingSupport the show
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store.On today's episode of Salad With A Side Of Fries, we challenge our ingredient IQ with guest Nick Naclerio. Nick is the founder and CEO of Mmmly, a company that makes modern, nutrient dense, premium, delicious cookies. Nick discusses his past eating disorder, fueled by sugar and bad food sources from a broken food system. Through his healing journey, Nick made it his mission to source healthier options that truly provided his body with what it needs to thrive. Listen in as Nick and Jenn discuss processed foods, the importance of reading nutrition labels, what we want to see or avoid in the ingredient list, and the power of eating nutrient rich foods.IN THIS EPISODE:● [04:20] Nick's history and what led to his eating disorder. ● [10:22] Seeing food in a different capacity at Culinary school.● [15:45] Specific packaged foods lack nutritional value.● [18:50] The ability to look at a nutrition label and make an educated decision if it is healthful or not.● [22:00] Mmmly uses functional ingredients to provide nutritional value while still creating delicious cookies. ● [25:15] Using food to create balance within your body.KEY TAKEAWAYS:● Eating disorders, including a sugar addiction, could stem from a whole lot of reasons in someone's past. ● It's important to have your own knowledge and be able to read labels and make your own educated decisions when buying packaged food. ● The classic foods that we love can be healthy. Utilizing functional foods and ingredients can result in food that is not only nutritionally valuable, but also delicious.QUOTES:“Many of us are in the process of finding our own balance. We go between extremes or we tend to over-correct.” Jenn Trepeck“You should be able to eat the foods that you love any time of the day and feel really great about it and know that it's actually nourishing your body.” Nick Naclerio“There are many chemically produced and man-made ingredients that should not go in our bodies.” Nick NaclerioRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES: Eat Mmmly WebsiteMMMLY InstagramMMMLY FacebookNick Naclerio InstagramGUEST BIO:Nicholas Naclerio is the founder of Mmmly, a company which makes modern, nutrient-dense, premium cookies. Their soft, indulgent cookies are low-sugar, gluten-free, grain free, and full of prebiotics. Nick's mission with Mmmly stems from his own eating disorder with sugar and bad food sourced from a broken food system. His own healing led him to look for healthier options that truly provided his body with what it needed to thrive. Learning to care for himself snowballed into a mission to change food for others.
I recently read “The Gifts of Imperfection” by Brené Brown, and her section on Hope and Powerlessness really resonated with me. I wanted to translate her concepts to the job search and give my take on her concepts. Hey - I wanted to let you know that the next Land Your Dream Job group coaching program starts on September 13th and goes through November 1st. This is an opportunity for you to get the same great content I offer in 1:1 coaching sessions at a much more affordable price. Topics include: -Identifying your “non-negotiables” – the qualities you are looking for in your ideal next job and employer -Leveraging your existing network – no matter how small or niched you think it is – to get your foot in the door at your target employers -How to utilize my #1 strategy for making your online applications more effective -Building out a multi-pronged job search strategy customized to your career goals and timeline -Recognizing and addressing the negative thoughts that will hold you back from job search success There will be 8 weekly group coaching sessions You get all of this for just $795! And, if you bring a friend, the second registration is half off – just $395. If you would like to get your name on the waiting list to be notified when registration opens, here's the link: https://landyourdreamjob.carrd.co/ Getting back to Brené Brown and Hope, her research revealed that hope isn't an emotion, but rather a way of thinking or a cognitive process. Hope, then, is a thought process made up of a trilogy of goals, pathways, and agency. Hope happens when: -We have the ability to set realistic goals -We are able to figure out how to achieve those goals, including the ability to stay flexible and develop alternative routes AND -We believe in ourselves. Here's my translation: -We know what we want -We know how to get there AND -We believe we can do it. According to Brené, hope can be learned. Children most often learn hope from their parents. We may have learned hope from other significant role models in our lives, such as extended family, teachers, coaches, or clergy. Let's translate all of this into the job search. If we think of Brené's trilogy of hope, our job search will be successful if: -We set SMART goals – realistic, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-sensitive. In other words, we aren't just out there REACTING to job boards – applying to jobs with the mindset of “that doesn't sound bad,” or “I could do that.” We are being proactive with our job search. -We have a plan to achieve those goals – what will we do each day towards landing our dream job. At the same time, we are open to mid-course corrections as we gather data on what is – and isn't – working for us. We are willing to be disappointed as many times as needed to get that great job. -We believe we are qualified for, and deserving of, a great job with great pay, benefits, and working conditions. We don't downplay our qualifications and skill set, nor do we settle for “good enough.” Brené talks about children needing boundaries, consistency, and support to develop their hopefulness. As job seekers, we need the same things: -Boundaries – this is what I am willing to do/not do and what I am/am not willing to sacrifice for my job search. Further, boundaries need to be set around what is most important to us in our next employer and job – and be unwilling to compromise on those non-negotiables. -Consistency – job seekers who occasionally network, stop and start their job search when other things in their life get complicated, or don't follow through on their plan lack the consistency to be successful in their search. I require my clients to dedicate a consistent minimum of 5 hours per week on their job search if they are currently employed – with considerably more time required of those who are unemployed. -Support – job seekers need the right kind of support. In addition to supportive family and friends who sign on with your goals, you need professional support. This can include a professional resume writer, career coach, and job search group. It is so important to have help with both your mindset, job search strategy, and execution to be successful. Your job search isn't going to be fun, fast, or easy – and one of the biggest mistakes I see job seekers make is deciding arbitrarily that “this is taking too long,” “This is too difficult,” or “they aren't hiring me because of _____.” These beliefs are hope killers. Hopeful self-talk might include: -“This is hard, and I can do hard things” -“I am patient with myself as I learn new skills” -“I am becoming better at _____.” This is not to say that your entire job search will be a drudge. Find ways to infuse fun into your job search! For example: -Reward yourself each day after achieving that day's job search goals -Make your networking meetings as fun as possible, while still achieving your goals. Laughter is great medicine. -Allow yourself to get excited about the possibilities you are finding! Not from a place of “if I don't get THIS job, I'm a failure,” but rather, from a place of “It's so exciting to learn about what this company is doing.” Finally, you'll need to cultivate a tolerance for disappointment in your job search. You'll inevitably hear lots of no's or get no response at all many times before you get to your coveted “yes.” Thoughts such as these can help you through those no's: “I thought that was the job for me, but I was mistaken.” “Something even better is coming for me.” “They were simply mistaken when they didn't hire me. The right company will recognize and reward my genius.” Here's a quote from Brené's book: “Powerlessness is dangerous. For most of us, the inability to effect change is a desperate feeling. We need resilience and hope and a spirit that can carry us through the doubt and fear.” Your job search is a tremendous opportunity to cultivate hopefulness and a feeling of power. YOU are in control of your job search; YOU can effect change in any area of your job search that isn't working for you. YOU can weather – even grow from – the disappointments and setbacks in your job search. YOU'VE got this. Are you in the wrong job that chips away at you every day? The CareerSpring document and coaching program will help you find a job that uses your zone of genius, recognizes your value, and pays you what you're worth. If you're ready to take your job search to the next level by working with a highly experienced professional with a track record of client success, schedule a complimentary consult to learn more: https://calendly.com/lesaedwards/zoom-meetings2
Acclaimed Chef Michael White of Lido Restaurant, and its adjacent Champagne Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Miami reveals his favorite ingredients and go-to staples in his home pantry.You can find all the pantry staple ingredients at The Chefs' Warehouse, a specialty food distributor that has been purveying high-quality artisan ingredients to chefs for over 30 years @wherechefsshop https://www.chefswarehouse.com/Produced by HayNow Media @haynowmedia http://haynowmedia.com
Future Food-Tech Alternative Proteins Series Part VII in partnership with Future Food-Tech Alternative Proteins Summit, NYC June 21 - 22, 2022 “The ingredients and quality matter a lot. We've created a product that from an ingredient perspective and nutritional perspective, has some real advantages.” -Aylon Steinhart Episode Description: The plant-based alternative space is exploding! With more and more consumers demanding healthier, sustainable options, the need for alternatives to meat and dairy has grown exponentially. This trend has led to an increase in investment in both research and development of plant-based options, as well as companies focused on developing these products. Technology can enable plant-based alternatives to meet consumer expectations in terms of taste and texture, while also making them more environmentally sustainable and cost-effective than traditional animal products. Yet, in order for these foods to continue being considered healthy options for consumers, they need to be made with whole ingredients and without unnecessary additives like preservatives and artificial flavors. The good news is that there are many companies who are already doing just that. Co-founded by Aylon Steinhart, Eclipse Foods, aims to create a more sustainable, ethical, and healthy food system by developing plant-based alternatives to dairy products. Moving away from using produce from factory farms presented challenges, but Eclipse Foods knew that this action was a big step toward making an impact on the environment and human health. In this episode, Justine and Aylon discuss the crisis we'll be facing if people continue to patronize and practice industrial agriculture and the number one thing we can do to reduce our impact on climate change. They also talk about how technology has helped Eclipse Foods to develop their products and scale quickly, the factors that drive consumer purchasing decisions, and how the choice of ingredients affects the nutritional value and quality of the products being produced. Meet Aylon Steinhart: Aylon Steinhart, Founder & CEO of Eclipse Foods, is an expert in the alternative protein industry and has spoken regularly on food innovation at conferences and schools such as Harvard, MIT, Yale, Berkeley, and Stanford. In his work at the Good Food Institute, Aylon incubated dozens of startups and advised investors and strategic partners on the alternative protein space. Aylon has co-founded two startups and worked with companies such as Kraft Heinz, Nestle, and Kellogg's. Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Connect with NextGenChef: Website Facebook Instagram YouTube Episode Highlights: 01:22 A Plant-Based Dairy Platform 06:07 A Worldwide Problem with Lactose Intolerance 10:54 What Drives Purchasing Decisions 16:18 Creating a Plant-Based Dairy 21:45 The Core of a Company 23:38 Ingredients and Quality Matter
Ep #135: 5 Magical Ingredients for Landing a Promotion This SummerIn the first two weeks of July alone, five different corporate badasses have emailed me to celebrate that they were being promoted to VP positions. Want to know the best part? Each and every one of them received their promotion while on (or about to start) their summer vacation. I've dubbed this summer: The Summer of Magic. The summer where out-of-the-blue opportunities come unexpectedly into your life. So, how can YOU participate in this Summer of Magic? By stirring a few enchanting ingredients into your caldron. No, I'm not talking about the eye of a newt or the toe of a frog. I'm talking about 5 super specific skills that will help you transform your career this summer. So in this week's episode of Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer, I'm going to share exactly what those five ingredients are so you can set yourself to get promoted this summer (even while you are on vacation).Join us inside my group coaching intensive, Executive Ahead of Time.
ou don't want to miss this one! Inside of this episode you will learn about the three ingredients for a great relationship! Reassurance: how to create and strengthen secure attachment Engagement: staying tuned in (to yourself and the relationship) Boundaries: (for desire, health, and preventing against resentment) No matter your relationship status- you will want to listen to this episode! If you're ready to attract a great relationship, done with situationships, now is THE TIME. It is not too late to apply to the Empowered.Secure.Loved Program! We have just a few spots remaining in July. Here is the link to apply: Click Here to Apply!
Did you know that there are over 10,000 ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care products?And only 13% of them have been reviewed for safety. Many of the ingredients that have been reviewed have shown to have a multitude of harmful effects on women's health.So how are you supposed to navigate the products we use and the ingredients in them?Jordan answers that question in this episode as she speaks with non-toxic consumer product researcher, Irina Webb.Together they dig into how to be a wise consumer who can navigate product ingredients and choose the best non-toxic option.Tune in to learn:The issues we see with consumer products todayThe lack of safety regulation that exists in the USWhat to look for when researching the safety of a productGo-to sources for identifying the safety of an ingredientTips on how to navigate an ingredient label and red flags to look forThe problem of greenwashing and the false marketing terms we should be aware ofHow to switch to cleaner productsWant to dig deeper? Check out these free resources:I Read Labels For You Instagram pageI Read Labels For You blogLabel Reading Cheatsheet