In this episode of "Craftwork," author Peter Turchi teaches a lesson on how to use shifting power dynamics to write more dynamic scenes in fiction. Turchi is the author of seven books and the co-editor of three anthologies. His books include (Don't) Stop Me if You've Heard This Before; A Muse and A Maze: Writing as Puzzle, Mystery, and Magic; Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer; Suburban Journals: The Sketchbooks, Drawings, and Prints of Charles Ritchie, in collaboration with the artist; a novel, The Girls Next Door; a collection of stories, Magician; and The Pirate Prince, co-written with Cape Cod treasure hunter Barry Clifford, about Clifford's discovery of the pirate ship Whydah. His short story “Night, Truck, Two Lights Burning” has been published, with images by Charles Ritchie, in a limited edition artist's book. He has also co-edited, with Andrea Barrett, A Kite in the Wind: Fiction Writers on Their Craft, The Story Behind the Story: 26 Stories by Contemporary Writers and How They Work and, with Charles Baxter, Bringing the Devil to His Knees: The Craft of Fiction and the Writing Life. Turchi's work has appeared in Tin House, Fiction Writers Review, Ploughshares, Story, The Alaska Quarterly Review, Puerto del Sol, and The Colorado Review, among other journals. His honors include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Washington College's Sophie Kerr Prize, an Illinois Arts Council Literary Award, North Carolina's Sir Walter Raleigh Award, and having a quotation from A Muse and a Maze serve as the answer to the New York Times Magazine Sunday acrostic. Born in Baltimore, he earned his BA at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and his MFA at the University of Arizona. He has taught at Northwestern University and Appalachian State University, and has been on the faculty of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. For 15 years he directed The MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina; at Arizona State University he taught fiction and served as Director of Creative Writing and Director of the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing. He currently teaches at the University of Houston, and in Warren Wilson's MFA Program for Writers. Laura, his wife, is a Clinical Professor in English at Arizona State University, where she is curriculum director for “RaceB4Race: Sustaining, Building, Innovating” at the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies; she also co-directs the Shakespeare and Social Justice Project at the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles. Reed, their son, is a musician (www.reedturchi.com). *** Otherppl with Brad Listi is a weekly literary podcast featuring in-depth interviews with today's leading writers. Launched in 2011. Books. Literature. Writing. Publishing. Authors. Screenwriters. Etc. Available where podcasts are available: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, etc. Subscribe to Brad Listi's email newsletter. Support the show on Patreon Merch @otherppl Instagram YouTube TikTok Email the show: letters [at] otherppl [dot] com The podcast is a proud affiliate partner of Bookshop, working to support local, independent bookstores. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What does success now look like for business leaders as economic shifts keep us all guessing? Thomas Cozzolino, Senior Director of Competitive Strategy at Salesforce, joins us to help discover the answers to this question as a special co-host in the Success Now Mini Series. Solutions for cost reduction, increased efficiency, rapid ROI, and lightning-fast time to value are top of mind for many of today's business leaders. Setting a prime example, Amazon is ever-innovating; and today we get to hear more about what this looks like for Mark Chien, General Manager of AWS Sales, Marketing, and Global Services. Tune in to learn:What is the Success Now Miniseries all about (03:45)Importance of data quality at AWS (7:10)Culture of Build vs Buy at AWS (9:10)Amazon's continuing journey of reducing costs and time to value while increasing efficiency and ROI (18:00)Best practices for using and implementing Salesforce (33:55)Lightning Round (40:40)IT Visionaries is brought to you by Salesforce. With Salesforce's low-code app dev tools, you can be more efficient, more productive and save money by reducing development time by up to 90%. Get Salesforce's Low-Code Playbook and increase time to value for your team and your customers. Download the free playbook today.Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.
In this episode, I sit down with Michael Clifford and Cam Sulsona, the founders of The Coaches Community and long time fitness industry vets. Cam & Michael are on a mission to innovate how Coaches learn about building a business and we discuss many off the issues that are affecting the industry today and what Coaches need to do to build better businesses. In this episode we dive into: The origin story of The Coaches Community Delivering an awesome service comes first Top issues that are plaguing the online coaching space Top financial issues for Coaches Tune in to hear us discuss these topics and more! Connect with Cam Sulsona & Michael Clifford Cam Sulsona Instagram Michael Clifford Instagram The Coaches Community Instagram Connect with Justin Green DM me on Instagram! Assist FP Website
Two or three healthcare organizations a day are falling victim to a ransomware attack, according to Esmond Kane, chief information security officer (CISO), of Steward Health Care and former CISO for Harvard. The way to fight that is to use creativity, perseverance and innovation, he says. And keep in mind, the bad guys are also innovating at the same time you are. In this interview with healthsystemCIO Founder and Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra, Kane discusses the increasingly challenging role of the CISO and how he uses behavioral questions to find the right candidates for his team. Credentials and HR screening will not always reveal the best choice, but finding out how passionate someone is at their hobbies just might. And when it comes to the board, never tell them you can keep your institution 100% safe, because that's not reality, Kane says. Source: Q&A with Steward Health Care CISO Esmond Kane: “Ransomware Actors Are Also Innovating” on healthsystemcio.com - healthsystemCIO.com is the sole online-only publication dedicated to exclusively and comprehensively serving the information needs of healthcare CIOs.
In this episode, @Nostalgia_FB Chats with Mike Mike Schneider about his early days in Fingerboarding, the start of Flat Face, getting sponsored by Black River, the beginnings of Vous, and thoughts about the recent TechDeck Pro Series and much moreWELCOME BACK TO FINGER SPACE PODCAST! This episode is sponsored by (FINGERSPACE.CO) USE CODE FSPOD FOR 10% OFF ORDERS.( www.fingerspace.co/ ) - the ultimate place for fingerboard and miniature gear for riders of skill levels and budgets.Don't forget to follow our host and guest on Instagram:Fingerspace: ( https://www.instagram.com/fingerspace.co )Nostalgia : ( https://www.instagram.com/nostalgia_fb/ ) MIKE'S LINKS :Flat Face Website : (https://www.flatfacefingerboards.com/)YouTube Channel : (https://www.youtube.com/mikeschneider)Instagram : (https://www.instagram.com/mikeschneider161/)Follow Fingerspace on Social Media:Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/fingerspace.co )TikTok : (https://email@example.com)Youtube : (https://www.youtube.com/@fingerspace)Subreddit (MiniHobbies) ( www.reddit.com/r/MiniHobbies )Facebook : ( https://www.facebook.com/Fingerspaceco )Check out our website for more information : ( https://www.fingerspace.co )This podcast is hosted by NostalgiaFB and produced by Fingerspace.coCHECK OUT OUR NEW GEAR ( https://www.fingerspace.co/ )DISCLAIMEROpinions expressed within this episode or any others episodes are solely the host(s) and guest(s) and do not represent or express the views or opinions of Fingerspace.co Please consider subscribing and sharing this episode if you found it entertaining or informative. If you want to go the extra mile, you can leave us a rating or review which helps the show with rankings and algorithms on certain platforms. you can leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts ★ Support this podcast ★
Zach Frey is a footwear designer and entrepreneur based in Denver, Colorado. He's designed for brands such as Puma and Reebok in addition to launching his own company Flux Footwear in 2020. In our conversation, we discussed how leveraged proprioceptive technology to make the most adaptable shoe possible and much more. TIMECODES: (2:03) - Getting into Footwear Design (4:50) - Meaning Behind 'Flux' (7:58) - First Prototype & Design (9:04) - Copying Brands vs. Innovating (11:49) - Working for Reebok & Puma (17:00) - Wanting It Bad Enough (19:56) - Finding The Right Partners (24:07) - The Need For Delegation (27:10) - What Makes The Flux Design Unique? (28:15) - Proprioceptive Feedback (31:55) - The Problem With Barefoot Shoes (34:09) - Greater Practicality & Universal Use (34:30) - 'The Yoga Pant For Your Feet' (35:56) - Balancing Aesthetics & Performance (38:48) - Flux Shoes For Lifting (39:40) - Making Improvements (41:23) - Sustainable Production (43:36) - The Flux Adapt Runner (47:49) - Built Through Passion (51:41) - Future Plans & Products For More: Support the Podcast Follow Brock's Instagram Follow Brock's YouTube Follow Zach's Instagram Buy Flux Footwear here --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/zero-quit-podcast/support
Lindsay McMahon is the CEO of All Ears English and co-host of the All Ears English podcast serving professionals around the world where speaking English is key for their career success.The popularity of podcasting has exploded over the last several years, but back in 2013, ESL teacher Lindsay McMahon, recognized podcasting as an opportunity to teach English as a second language to adults in a new way. After approaching a fellow teacher and friend to start a podcast together, the All Ears English podcast was born and receives 8 million downloads per month.In this episode, Lindsay discusses using podcasting to help her clients improve their English language skills and scaling a business that is both an education and a media company. She also covers the key elements that have helped her ensure the continued growth of her business as well as the one thing that has supported her personal growth as an entrepreneur.Lindsay takes us behind the scenes on moving to a blended revenue model to scale her business, using innovation and experimentation to come up with new offers, and how she is using quizzes and other types of lead magnets to attract new customers to help her stay one step ahead of a crowded market.Lindsay describes the challenges of working with international customers in a global economy, how she solicits continuous feedback from her customers, and transitioning from a partnership to being the sole owner of her company. Our conversation concludes with Lindsay's advice for other entrepreneurs when it comes to hiring a team, choosing a niche, and the importance of knowing your financial numbers. In the future, Lindsay is looking forward to launching additional podcasts, building white labeling partnerships, and helping more business owners start podcasts. Lindsay's innovative approach to her business and her experience as a podcaster is sure to fill you with lots of inspiration and ideas to apply to your own business.Skip to Topic:3:29 - Scaling a business that is both a media and education company4:25 - Transitioning to a blended revenue model to grow the business6:27 - 2 things Lindsay prioritizes to ensure company growth continues8:46 - The one thing that has been instrumental in Lindsay's growth as an entrepreneur12:06 - Using quizzes and other types of offers to attract customers14:22 - Innovating and experimenting with different offers and how to decide which ones to pursue16:05 - The impact of mainstream podcasting on her business17:51 - The unique podcast format Lindsay uses to teach her audience20:31- Choosing a niche21:30 - Transitioning from a partnership to sole ownership of the business23:50 - 3 key insights about hiring, niching and finances for your business25:49 -Challenges of serving international clients in a global economy26:59 - Key elements for consistent business growth28:11 - Creating a customer feedback loop for improvement and growthFind Lindsay at:The All Ears English Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-ears-english-podcast/id751574016Website: https://www.allearsenglish.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_ears_english/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allearsenglishTwitter: https://twitter.com/AllEarsEnglish/Visit Stephanie at: https://stephaniehayes.biz/Follow me on Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Support the show
Higher ed institutions rose to the challenge of accelerating innovation during the pandemic. And schools like Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon, are riding that momentum to give working adults a boost in their career trajectories. Jessica Howard, President and CEO of Chemeketa, talks about their Bachelor of Applied Sciences program, an offering unique to the community college landscape. With this blend of traditional and polytechnic education, employees can gain the Higher Edge in leadership and management skills. Join us as we discuss: - Higher ed's potential for post-pandemic innovation (9:26) - Chemeketa's BAS program and its regional reception (17:42) - A VP's personal demonstration of a two-year degree's value (25:40) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - Jessica Howard - Chemeketa Community College To hear this interview and many more like it, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our website or search for The Higher Edge in your favorite podcast player.
We often think of a business only in terms of whether it “succeeded” or not. But some of the best ideas, companies, and concepts have all been built from a culture of setting giant “moonshot” goals — and frequent failures along the way. Someone who knows all about the concept of “moonshot thinking” is our latest guest, Varun Puri. Varun is co-founder of Yoodli, an AI-powered speech coach. Varun is on a mission to empower people to improve their lives with more effective speaking. You will love this podcast and hearing from this extraordinary leader's drive to positively impact people. Prior to Yoodli, Varun was a Product Manager at GoogleX, where he worked on a project to bring internet to rural areas using invisible lasers. He also ran special projects for Sergey Brin, one of Google's founders. Tune into the full episode for more on why thinking big (almost *too* big) is so important for innovation (and building a successful business), what he learned from his time at GoogleX, and why failure is so important for ideas and companies that eventually succeed. Here's a Glimpse of What You'll Learn: The story behind the founding of Yoodli, including how Varun's background informed his desire to start the company Some of the biggest business lessons Varun took away from his time working at GoogleX, and how he's taken “moonshot thinking” into his new ventures The power of celebrating failure and why it's important to set “absurd” goals Why acquisition and retention are the concepts Varun measures at Yoodli What's possible with Yoodli in the near future How much Varun works per week and the habits he's integrated to maintain his performance Why sleep is so vital to Varun's work and the role that wearable technology plays in his life How Varun measures success in his personal life and why it's important for him to go back and read his previous journal entries Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Yoodli.ai Yoodli on LinkedIn “Shantaram: A Novel” by Gregory David Roberts “Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones” by James Clear 40 Strategy Contact 40 Strategy Carl J. Cox on LinkedIn
Join Susan as she interviews Paul McCarthy, the founder and CEO of Snapfix. Paul has always been involved in managing commercial and residential buildings as part of a family business. Five years ago, Paul got really frustrated with all the inefficient communication in relation to managing buildings, projects and teams. There were post-it notes, phone calls, voicemails, text messages, WhatsApps, emails etc. flying all over the place, and it was impossible to manage and keep track of everything. He wanted a simple photo-based solution, as simple as WhatsApp, that had the flexibility to manage everything. Paul looked to the market for that simple solution, but everything he found was either too complex, too forms based, too inflexible, too time consuming, or too expensive. Since Paul had a background in software development, he set out to build a prototype phone application. From that,Snapfix was born and is now ”the simplest” facilities and maintenance solution on the planet. Paul was scaling his business during COVID and learned to pivot his focus and was able to find a new opportunity providing a systemized cleaning schedule for hotels. Paul credits his success from leveraging his 25 years of experience to create a solution to a problem he saw in the marketplace. He has a relentless focus on simplicity and is committed to providing a very specific solution to a niche market. Connect with Paul Website https://snapfix.com/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/snapfix-ltd/ Twitter https://twitter.com/SnapfixPlatform Instagram https://www.instagram.com/snapfixplatform/ Snapfix Completes €1.75m Funding Round About The Host: Susan Sly is the Cofounder and Co-CEO of RadiusAI, a tech investor, best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the highly acclaimed podcast – Raw and Real Entrepreneurship. Susan has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She holds Certificates in Management and Leadership, Technology and Operations, and Strategy and Innovation from MIT. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists. Connect With Susan: Twitter https://twitter.com/Susanslylive LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/susansly
733: Chris Helsel, SVP Global Operations and Chief Technology Officer of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, discusses the innovations he has driven to create new mobility experiences focused on sustainability and efficiency. He discusses the 125-year-old company's business, what falls under his purview, and why combining operations and technology was key to the company's digital transformation. Chris also talks about the “Beyond Tires” side of Goodyear's business, its place in the broader mobility ecosystem, and the open innovation model it uses to breathe life into the digital transformation at Goodyear. As a part of this transformation, Chris covers Goodyear Ventures, the investment arm of the company, and the investments in sustainable mobility solutions such as the non-pneumatic tire. Finally, Chris reflects on his career success and the trends in technology that will help transform the mobility industry. Since the recording of this episode, Goodyear unveiled at CES 2023 a 90% sustainable-material tire and announced plans to sell a tire with up to 70% sustainable-material content in 2023.
Professional makeup artist Bina Khan and Google engineering director Madiha Chan are the founders dup behind Just B Cosmetics. Born from a lifetime of searching for makeup that complemented South Asian skin tones, Just B launched in 2021 with mix-and-match lip products. Tune in for our conversation on the brand's mission to feel and breathe representation, South Asian beauty and more!If you enjoyed this episode, please make sure you like, subscribe, leave us a review and share with anyone you know who will love it too! Founded Beauty is available on all podcast platforms and we release new episodes every Monday and Thursday so be sure to follow the podcast to be notified. We really appreciate every single listen, share, and review. It goes such a long way and helps us reach new listeners. Follow Akash, Bina & Madiha: Akash Mehta: @mehta_a Fable & Mane: @fableandmane www.fableandmane.com Bina Khan: @binakhanmkp Madiha Chan: @madihachan Just B: @justbcosmetics www.justbcosmetics.co Follow us on Instagram @founded.beauty and TikTok @foundedbeauty. For more information about Founded Beauty, please visit www.foundedbeauty.com #foundedbeauty Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As we step into a new year, take another deep dive with us and revisit some of our guests' opinions on the technology trends and insights shaping our present and future in different industries. Hear what Eoin Woods has to say about technology innovation in general, then discover what the future of insurance companies might look like in Dame Inga Beale's opinion. Immerse in the innovation that healthcare has known in the last few years in this lengthy segment with Dr. Gillian Halley. See what a former-hacker-now-security-expert has to say about the future of security with Greg Van Der Gaast. Helen Pownall discusses how the pandemic has shaped their plans, and finally Scott Harkey envisions a more accountable future for fintech organisations. Tune in and let us know: What are the most important technology trends you look forward to in 2023?
This week, we're super excited to get to know Sonia Millsom, CEO of Oxeon, a trusted healthcare firm, powering change through talent, entrepreneurship and investment. She is a veteran healthcare leader who has been at the forefront of value-based healthcare, with extensive experience growing mission-driven innovative companies, as well as serving as an adviser, board member and investor. Prior to joining Oxeon, Sonia served as the Chief Commercial Officer at Maven Clinic, which achieved the first unicorn valuation in women and family health. Before joining Maven, she was Chief Growth Officer at Boston-based startup Iora Health, where she helped strengthen the organization's revenue and oversaw an expansion that led to its $2.1 billion acquisition by One Medical. Sonia also held leadership roles at Best Doctors, Health Dialog and UnitedHealthcare. She is also a board member for Clever Care Plan, Quilted Health and Suvida Health. She is an advisor to a number of early stage startups including, Stellar Health, QHLTH and Flourish Fund. Sonia has a MPH from Columbia University and a BA from Boston College. In this episode, Sonia shares her experiences across the ecosystem from the payer to provider sides, and from large public companies to small startups, all the while empowering diverse leaders in the healthcare space.
Episode Summary In this episode of the Solar Maverick Podcast, Benoy speaks with Nathan Jovanelly who is the head of business development from Enerflo and the owner of Jovanelly LLC. Enerflo is a platform for Solar Sales and Operations and has processed $2 Billion in solar transactions to date. Nate speaks about many interesting topics like how technology and software is innovating the solar industry, how data is helping with lowering energy usage and using renewables more efficiently, and other solar trends and predictions. Benoy Thanjan Benoy Thanjan is the Founder and CEO of Reneu Energy, as well as an advisor for several solar startup companies. Reneu Energy is a premier international solar energy consulting firm and developer, and the company focuses on developing commercial and industrial solar, as well as utility-scale solar plus storage projects. The company also sources financing for solar projects and hedges both energy and environmental commodities. Benoy received his first experience in Finance as an intern at D.E. Shaw & Co., which is a global investment firm with 37 billion dollars in investment capital. Before founding Reneu Energy, he was the SREC Trader in the Project Finance Group for SolarCity, which merged with Tesla in 2016. He originated SREC trades with buyers and co-developed their SREC monetization and hedging strategy with the senior management of SolarCity, to move into the east coast markets. Benoy also worked at Vanguard Energy Partners, Ridgewood Renewable Power, and Deloitte & Touche. Nathan Jovanelly Nathan Jovanelly is the head of business development at Enerflo. Nate joined Enerflo because he believes everyone should have access to affordable green energy. At Enerflo they are helping their solar partners increase efficiencies and cut costs by creating a seamless customer journey from lead to PTO. Enerflo gives your reps the most unified solar sales process in the industry. One platform, one login, one seamless experience across the entire solar customer journey. They're on a mission to help democratize solar energy and spread it across the globe, one well-executed deal at a time. Stay Connected: Benoy Thanjan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: Benoy Thanjan Website: https://www.reneuenergy.com Nate Jovanelly Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natejov/ Website: https://enerflo.com Press release regarding Nate joining Enerflo. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/nathan-jovanelly-joins-enerflo-as-head-of-business-development-301463017.html Nate's other interviews on the Solar Maverick Podcast SMP 100: US Residential Solar, Storage, and Electric Vehicle Trends https://solarmaverick.podbean.com/e/smp-100-us-residential-solar-storage-and-electric-vehicles-trends/ SMP 74: Impact on COVID-19 on Residential Solar https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/smp-74-impacts-of-covid-19-on-residential-solar/id1441876259?i=1000475840259 SMP 58: Residential Solar Financing and Other Interesting Topics https://podcasts.apple.com/tc/podcast/smp-58-residential-solar-financing-other-interesting/id1441876259?i=1000459212910 SMP 20: The Solar Intrapreneur Story: How Nate helped IGS become one of the biggest solar asset owners in the US https://podcasts.apple.com/tc/podcast/smp-20-solar-intrapreneur-story-how-nate-helped-igs/id1441876259?i=1000432329129
In this episode of the RT3 Podcast our host, Ryan Groth, sits down with Joe Hoffman, founder and CEO of Roofle. The two talk about Roofle's mission is to revolutionize the roofing industry. Roofle is the result of thousands of hours planning, strategizing, designing, developing and implementing what they believe is the fastest & simplest way to buy a roof. You won't want to miss this exciting installment of the Roofing Technology Think Tank podcast!
1:26 - The word 'Glamping'2:28 - The inspiration / Early work in Africa4:30 - Bringing this concept into the US5:55 - Building a business / Early lessons7:55 - Point of losing confidence10:14 - Selling a business11:43 - Reason for the disparity14:33 - Voice for Female Founders16:44 - Work for Entrepreneurs in Africa21:47 - Obstacles on the way24:26 - The word ' Authentic'25:09 - Single greatest piece of advice26:49 - Sarah's North Star
This is a bitesize compilation of all the best bits from Season 2, Episode 4. In this episode, our entrepreneurs discuss the role that innovation plays in the path to success.Exclusive offer for Making It Work listeners! Open a FedEx account and SAVE UP TO 40% on shipping services, including residential and delivery area surcharges. Visit fedex.com/MakingitWorkoffer
What 3 Things would you never go without? We want to hear your thoughts; and be sure to listen in for Matt Wilson's opinion as well! Your Working Dog Radio hosts, Eric @vanessk9 & Ted @ted_summers, sit down with Matt Wilson from Ray Allen. This episode is the final one from our HITS K9 conference series. Speaking of HITS, they will be returning to Arizona next year, August 15-18, in Scottsdale at the Westin Kierland Resort. Get your tickets to this conference early! (Speaking of tickets, did you know Eric has an e-collar course?) Ray Allen gear @rayallenk9 isn't just for working dogs. From law enforcement, military, SAR, service dogs, or dogs that play like it's their job; Ray Allen gear is built for it! Tough, American-made gear for whatever your dog's “job” is, so you can have the confidence to crush your goals in the “workplace”. See how many industry shoutouts the gents give, from SAR & Jake with Avalanche Dogs, to Mike Jones with Primal K9, to Howard Young, to Spikes K9, to Lee at Modern Icon. You'll also want to listen to the story about Ted testing some Ray Allen products in a “hobo suit”!
This episode features remarks from the honorees at the 2022 BizTimes Innovation + Entrepreneurship Forum. Three honorees in innovation and three in entrepreneurship share lessons learned building some of the most exciting products and companies in southeastern Wisconsin.
blendSMART is the original rotating makeup brush - that effortlessly applies makeup and skincare products.In today's episode, President Lori Machiorlette explains how her prior experiences and patents prepared her to launch blendSMART and the importance of learning how to be your own advocate and storyteller.Lori also discusses:Navigating supply chain challengesDeveloping the world's first rotating makeup brushGrowth strategies she wish she implemented soonerTransitioning blendSMART from B2B to DTCPlus, she reveals the brand's most powerful marketing channelYou'll also hear Lori's advice to her younger self and what's on the horizon for blendSMART.This episode is sponsored by AttentiveAttentive is a personalized text message marketing platform that lets you communicate with your customers in real-time, engage them with timely campaigns, and help your business drive revenue.Thousands of brands like CB2, Pura Vida, and Coach have created magical customer experiences and driven over 20% of their online revenue using Attentive-powered personalized text messages. And you, too, can turn SMS into one of your top-three revenue channels in just a few months. Visit attentivemobile.com/wavebreak to learn how you can try it for free.This episode is also brought to you by WavebreakLeading direct-to-consumer brands hire Wavebreak to turn email marketing into a top revenue driver.Most eCommerce brands don't email right... and it costs them. At Wavebreak, our eCommerce email marketing agency helps qualified stores recapture 6-7 figures of lost revenue each year.From abandoned cart emails to Black Friday campaigns, our best-in-class team of email specialists manage the entire process: strategy, design, copywriting, coding, and testing. All aimed at driving growth, profit, brand recognition, and most importantly, ROI.Curious if Wavebreak is right for you? Reach out at Wavebreak.co
How often do revolutionary ideas in the financial space fall by the wayside because they're left unshared? Collaboration is the mother of innovation in the Digital Age. As large financial institutions brace for tough economic times, credit unions are looking for ways to help common people with common financial problems. Jonathan Taylor, CEO at CU Sol, shares how credit unions are partnering with fintechs and other services to give consumers a hand up out of their financial stress. Join us as we discuss: - Collaborative projects like the CU Safe domestic abuse program (5:53) - Innovating for ourselves versus a focus on helping others (11:02) - Why so many innovative ideas are left on the cutting room floor (19:55) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - Jonathan Taylor - CU Sol - CU Safe - Bond.AI - Banking on Experience Podcast Call or text James Robert at 415-579-3002 or Jonathan at 207-653-8559 to collaborate on your innovative ideas You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.
Welcome to the final episode of our first season. In this episode, Ulrick converses with Dr. Yap Boum about the importance of identifying and supporting African solutions and innovations to global health challenges. They discuss lessons on African innovation during covid-19, the importance of African-led research, and a new innovation called The Village. Professor Yap Boum II is the Executive Director of the Institute Pasteur of Bangui in Central Africa Republic and the former Regional Representative for Epicentre in Africa, the research arm of Medécins sans Frontieres (MSF). He has implemented several studies on tuberculosis, malaria, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Ebola, COVID-19 in Uganda, Guinea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Cameroon among others. Boum teaches Public Health and Microbiology at Mbarara University of Sciences and Technology (Uganda) where he has a professorship and at the Universities of Virginia (UVa) and the University ofYaoundé I (Cameroon). He has held an array of leadership and advisory positions on national and international scales. Presently, Boum serves on the International Editorial Board of The Lancet Global Health. Boum is also co-founder of Kmerpad, a nonprofit that developed washable sanitary pads to empower women, allow them to fully participate in their education, and to limit the waste generated by the use of non-reusable sanitary pads. He has also a co-founder of iDocta, a digital platform that takes healthcare services to the community. He recently started Homegrown Solutions for Africa (HS4Africa) which aims to promote the creation of a critical mass of young Africans to find homegrown and innovative solutions for addressing the social and public health challenges Africa's faces. The Village digital platform is the new development of HS4Africa that will brake the barriers and connect scientists to transform Global Health As an Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellow, Boum is inspired by the vision of a healthy and wealthy Africa.Relevant readings:Who is telling the story? A systematic review of authorship for infectious disease research conducted in Africa, 1980–2016Is Africa part of the partnership?Advancing equitable global health research partnerships in AfricaFollow Yap Boum on Twitter: Follow us on Twitter (@unfiltered_gh), LinkedIn (Global Health Unfiltered!), and Instagram (@ghunfiltered).Keep up with us on Twitter: @desmondtanko @ulricksidney and @DrellaamoakoContact us: email@example.comArtwork: Chidiebere IbeAudio editing and social media marketing: Yvan ZoloTheme music: Antidote by Ketsa
Dhruv Bansal, co-founder and CSO of Unchained Capital rejoins me on the show to talk about: The bear cycle and what happened Leverage and the role of credit Bitcoin and financial planning Inheritance Planning Multisig & Taproot Nostr Bitcoin and computer security Links: Twitter: @dhruvbansal Site: Unchained.com Prior episodes: SLP221 Joe Kelly And Dhruv Bansal – Should Your Business Hold Bitcoin? Unchained Business Accounts SLP113 Dhruv Bansal – Bitcoin Multisig & Hermit with Unchained Capital SLP41 Dhruv Bansal of Unchained Capital – Bitcoin Dust in the Machine, and Bitcoin Financial Services Sponsors: BTCPrague.com (code LIVERA) Swan Bitcoin Mempool.space Unchained Capital (code LIVERA) CoinKite.com(code LIVERA) Buildonl2.com Stephan Livera links: Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera
Meena Kallu (Head of Gaming, North America - Advertiser Solutions at Snap Inc.) and Chris Uglietta (Gaming Marketing Lead, data.ai) discuss:Major Trends in the Mobile Ad SpaceThe Gen Z and Millennial AudienceHow Snap thinks about consumer privacyTesting & CreativeSnap's Approach to the AR experience and user engagementWhat's next for Snap and its customers
In this session recorded at DPHARM 2022, Moderna discusses its recent partnership with CVS Health to bring its clinical trial closer to patients and expand patient access into more communities. Review the complexities of forming a new partnership and developing a model for implementation and executionExamine the model in terms of investigator strategy, shipping and logistics approach and overall quality & monitoringOperationalizing each part of the model – key considerations, digital platforms, possibilities for scalingLessons learned moving forward Speakers: Jessica Perry, Director, Patient Centricity, Clinical Innovation, ModernaJosh Rose, VP, Head of Decentralized Trials, Site Solutions and Strategy, CVS Health
In this session recorded at DPHARM 2022, Bari Kowal, SVP & Head, Development Operations and Portfolio Management, Regeneron, moderates a panel discussion on: Examining how modernizations like the implementation of AI/ML, RWE, DE&I, DCTs impact the need for more flexibility clinical trial designBuilding protocols in tandem with study design and re-envisioning methods to execute trials Panelists include: Henry Wei, MD, Head of Development Innovation, RegeneronRinol Alaj, MBA, Senior Director, Head of Clinical Outcomes Assessment & Patient Innovation, RegeneronBill Illis, Global Head, Collaboration and Technology Strategy, Clinical Development & Analytics, Novartis
As the world emerges from the pandemic and U.S. health systems navigate a unique set of challenges they've never faced before, they're fighting a battle on two fronts. They don't have the luxury of dedicating all their resources towards the significant challenges they're facing today. They also have to stay focused on innovation that will drive future growth, while finding the right balance between these priorities.Health systems can't make these critical decisions in a vacuum – that's why the information and expertise they get from Sg2, a Vizient company, is critical. As the nation's largest health care performance improvement company, Vizient serves more than 60% of acute care providers. Sg2 provides these organizations with unparalleled insight into local market dynamics and helps them anticipate healthcare trends that will be key to their success.John Becker leads Vizient's Strategic Growth Solutions, including Sg2's Intelligence, Analytics and Advisory Services, and the Vizient Research Institute. In this episode of Healthcare is Hard, John talks to Keith Figlioli about the issues that are top of mind for health system strategy and innovation leaders. They discuss topics including:Post-Covid collaboration. While the pandemic created extremely difficult conditions that persist today for providers, John sees a bright spot in how it taught their leadership teams to work together in different ways. As an example, he talks about how Sg2's work extends more regularly beyond strategy teams and how those in other leadership roles are thinking differently about the future and their approach to competition.Innovating in a down market. John talks about the need to cut costs due to margin pressures, and the challenge health systems now face making sure they don't cut areas that will drive future growth. He says he's starting to see bifurcation in the market where strategy teams are splitting in two. One team is focusing on traditional care delivery and “same store growth,” while the other team works on reimagining the business altogether.The upside and downside of scale. As many health systems converge to drive efficiency through scale, diversification can help larger systems navigate difficult times. However as John points out, bigger ships can weather bigger storms, but it takes them much longer to turn. He says the key is centralizing certain functions and realizing that strategy deployment needs to incorporate the nuances of local markets where things like payer mix, employee base and demographics make a big difference.The CFO's role in innovation. John says the most successful health systems right now are all finding the right balance around resource allocation, and he points out how the CFO is critical in achieving this. He says those that are too focused on costs are going to miss growth opportunities, and those that are focused too heavily on transformation will have trouble with operations. Carving out dollars to reimagine the business, while funding the core business at the appropriate level is a delicate balance, and one that savvy leadership teams are finding.To hear Keith and John talk about these topics and more, listen to this episode of Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders.
On this episode of Inside Content, CEO of 3Vision,Toby Russell, is joined by Philipp Rotermund, CEO of wedotv. Philipp is a successful television and media entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in the media and entertainment sector. Working extensively in the Pay TV marketplace, he has worked with key platforms in Europe, launching a number of broadcast channels and video-on-demand services. He is the key driver of the rapid growth of Video Solutions AG's VOD platform wedotv, and his work around the unique tech innovations that drives the platform. In conversation with Philipp, we take a deep dive into wedotv, looking at AVOD, content strategy, distribution and in particular, FAST. Founded in 2018, wedotv was launched as a pure AVOD platform, but since the growth of FAST in the US they have branched into this rapidly developing space with a focus on factual entertainment and movie channels. Although AVOD still contributes to between 80 and 90% of wedotv's revenue, Philipp takes us through the key opportunity that FAST is playing in their growth as a business in their major markets and territories in Europe. With the growth of FAST, distribution opportunities are becoming more challenging and selective, but unlike many other FAST vendors, wedotv are taking an innovative approach to its distribution strategy by utilising cable viewers in Germany. Other than helping them connect their FAST channels with the biggest audience possible, Philipp also explains how this has helped them to monetise their effectively and the role that advertising plays. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in the episode: An overview of wedotv's FAST channel and AVOD strategy Wedotv's key markets for growth in Europe The value of opportunity in AVOD and FAST How wedotv are innovating with its FAST distribution strategy by delivering channels to cable-viewers Key challenges around monetisation of FAST channels, and potential solutions The future of FAST in Europe How Free TV will respond to the growth of FAST We hope you enjoy this insightful episode! Stay in the loop: Visit our Website: https://www.3vision.tv Follow us on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision Follow us on Twitter: @3Vision
We are going international!For season 6, we're on a topic that has been brought up in multiple episodes over the last 5 seasons - international dynamics. In our first episode of season 6, Ashley and Andrew interview Ted Ladd. Ted tells us more about how he decided to pursue a career at an international institution, what students can keep in mind if they want to work in multiple international locations over their careers, and gives advice on how to ensure you have multiple career options if you want to be an international scholar. You can reach Ted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn.Ted also has a book coming out in March titled "Innovating with Impact" that you can pre-order now on Amazon!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------We would also like to acknowledge our Ukrainian friends in PhD programs and post-doctoral positions across the world. If there is anything we or the ENT Division can do to help you during this time, please reach out to us via our email: email@example.com. We are thinking and praying for all of you during this incredibly difficult time!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TMI is a "for the students" podcast hosted by the AOM Entrepreneurship Division, where students are able to ask questions and get to know faculty and others in the field.Be sure to follow the AOM ENT Division on their social accounts and send your questions for guests, comments, or guest suggestions to our email: firstname.lastname@example.orgENT Division Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/entdivaom/ENT Division Twitter - https://twitter.com/ENTDivAOMENT Division LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4289160/ENT Division YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW1hLti5A9cUzbmHHRVAwPA
In this Sunday edition: Beware, scammers are out there, looking for ways to separate you from your hard-earned money. We'll get some expert advice on what to look for…and how to protect yourself and your family. And speaking of families, giving birth is difficult enough, but new moms are feeling pressured to return to their pre-pregnancy lives – and bodies. We'll talk about the mental and physical health tolls that they experience. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.com
What does ministry with young adults look like in a Covid-shaped world? What it probably doesn't look like is a peer group that meets at the church. Join us for this conversation with Kenda Creasy Dean. We'll explore some emerging data on young people and faith—how the past three years put these trends in overdrive, and where the Spirit might be leading us in these uncharted waters. We will focus on her new book Innovating for Love as well as her research where she is learning that congregations that do the best with young adults are those that score highest on innovation.
In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Baktari discusses how to keep alignment within ourselves, our teams, and our organizations. He states that it is important to keep alignment for the short term as well as the long term. He also argues that the approach to alignment has to be different for startups, midsize companies, and large-scale companies. Dr. Baktari and Raul also talk about how to motivate employees in a way that benefits the company financially. The person being coached is told that they could benefit financially if they do amazing work and move the needle forward. Who's The Guest? Dr. Jonathan Baktari is the CEO of e7 Health and US Drug Test Centers. Dr. Baktari brings over 20 years of clinical, administrative, and entrepreneurial experience. He has been a triple board-certified physician with specialties in internal medicine, pulmonary and critical care medicine. He was formerly the Medical Director of The Valley Health Systems, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Culinary Health Fund. He also served as clinical faculty for several medical schools, including the University of Nevada and Touro University. Highlights Dr. Jonathan Baktari on improving healthcare through technology Keeping the alignments between the teams Redundancy in a workplace Impact of company size and leadership style on employee buy-in Being in the majority Benefits of being an owner of a startup Creating alignment and buy-in in the workplace Cultivating a win-win culture Best places to reach out to Dr. Baktari Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork/ https://twitter.com/rherochoa https://dogoodwork.io/ Connect with Dr. Jonathan Baktari https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-baktarimd https://jonathanbaktarimd.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/BaktariMD https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/baktarimd/id1570150932 https://twitter.com/baktarimd https://www.facebook.com/BaktariMD/
Emily Gallo's Path to Innovating Healthcare 2.0 at Cardinal Health Emily Gallo didn't always know that she'd be in a key leadership role at one of the largest and most well-respected healthcare organizations in the world. Early in her career, she faced a fork in the road: either move to Colorado to coach high school soccer and teach physics, or move to Boston and try her hand at consulting. She chose the latter, and it has led to a highly satisfying career in healthcare. Join Emily and host Shiva Mirhosseini as they discuss how to keep things moving during periods of disruption, as well as where Cardinal Health is headed in the next 12 months. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Join Greg and Haye in talking with Andreas Raptopolous, Founder and CEO of Matternet. In this episode, we discuss healthcare deliveries with UAS and what FAA certifications are needed for a company like Matternet to operate legally and safely.
Our 2Gs, Sadaf and Archit are hosting Eshwar Vikas, the co-founder & CEO of Mukunda Foods - which is revolutionizing the food-tech space and introducing automation in cooking. Together they discuss: How are Mukunda Food robots printing dosas, making biryanis, and stirring up noodles? What problems do the Mukunda Food robots solve for restaurants? Will robots replace chefs or will they complement each other? Can you differentiate between the food cooked by a robot and by a human chef? So, sit back and relax, while the 2Gs talk about the future of machines in our commercial kitchens. Important links to geek out more: Website | Linkedin | Twitter: @eshwar_MF Article: Mukunda Foods, a startup founded by Eshwar Vikas and Sudeep Sabat, brings to you the automatic dosa maker Article: The Man who's Innovating the Future of Cooking Article: Food robotics company Mukunda raises $8 mn in a round led by Zomato Article: Dosa to Noodles, Startup's Robot Chefs Have Automated 3000 Kitchens in 22+ Countries Article: How Mukunda Foods' kitchen robots dish out dosas, noodles, and more You can follow Sadaf Hussain & Archit Puri on their Instagram handle Sadaf Hussain: @sadaf_hussain Archit Puri: @thehustlingglutton Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app. You can listen to this show and other incredible shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler is joined by Editorial Director Tracey Velt to talk about some of the real estate companies that have grown through previous challenging economic cycles as well as the innovative approaches agents and brokers are taking in this market. HW Media articles related to this episode:Against all odds: Brokerage lessons from firms that grew during the last recessionAgainst All Odds: The story of how 17 firms found a way to grow and prosper in the worst of times.How LOs get into a real estate agent's circleEnjoy the episode!HousingWire Daily examines the most compelling articles reported across HW Media. Each morning, we provide our listeners with a deeper look into the stories coming across our newsrooms that are helping Move Markets Forward. Hosted and produced by the HW Media team.
Jordan and Melinda Minyard sat down with the Wealth Preservation Podcast and discussed everything leading up to their decision to launch The Pour Choice. While being coffee shop entrepreneurs, with a beer and wine menu, may not seem groundbreaking or unique, what Jordan and Melinda created in Auburn, California quickly exploded with business! In this episode, we dive into the creative process of standing out in a saturated business. From marketing to branding, employee retention, customer care, and striving for quality. When starting a business in a market with many competitors, your options are to do it or do it well. The Pour Choice is an example of doing it well! If you enjoyed The Pour Choice episode and want to hear from more entrepreneurs and strategists, please check out and subscribe to one of our many channels and visit our website. Website: www.wealthpreservationpodcast.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wealth-preservation-podcast/id1493231689 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wealth-preservation-podcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6rrd3dJmti8drpc0EpySRt Check out The Pour Choice website or social media channels for more information, great merchandise, and local events! Website:https://thepourchoice.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pourchoiceauburn/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pourchoiceauburn/ I dunno by grapes (c) copyright 2008 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/grapes/16626 Ft: J Lang, Morusque
Marketing is the business of understanding marketplace competitors as well as defining, positioning, and promoting products to target customers. Marketers are tasked with developing the strategy to boost sales and revenue, and one of the ways they can do this is through customer base analysis. Today we're speaking with Jan Valendin. Our conversation explores how he and his colleagues have used recurrent neural networks to innovate the process of customer base analysis. Topics include: How their deep learning model leverages observed behavior and auto feature extraction to predict future behavior. Why having a large starting data set and at least a thousand customers is necessary to take advantage of the promise of this approach. How using this approach can help marketers ranging from charities to streaming entertainment providers proactively manage their customer base.
My next guest reveals that the greatest threat large corporations face is their inability to innovate. The majority of contemporary innovation is created by startups while large corporations lag behind. Welcome back to ... The post Innovating Innovation!: Mike Stemple appeared first on Author Hour.
Joshua Schwadron is the Founder and CEO of Mighty, a personal injury company that provides software to personal injury law firms. Schwadron is a lawyer, entrepreneur, and public speaker. He is the former Founder and CEO of Betterfly (acquired by Microsoft via Takelessons), a service provider marketplace, and regularly speaks and writes on civil justice including educating consumers on what to look for when considering the hiring of a billboard personal injury law firm. Mighty is a team of social workers, lawyers, data scientists, engineers, and more on a mission to build a better way to help people after an accident. Mighty challenges the shady behavior of personal injury lawyers by providing a source for millions of Americans with a holistic approach. Connect with Joshua on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/schwadron/Visit Mighty's Website: https://www.mighty.com/On This Episode, We Discuss... - What is Mighty & How Does It Work?- Why Personal Injury? - The Reasons for Taking an Anti-Billboard Lawyer Stance- How Mighty Law Came into Fruition - The Process of Undergoing a Company-Wide Revamp- How Mighty Benefits Large & Small Law Firms
Today's guest is Taj Eldridge. He calls himself the DJ Khaled of climate and you'll know why when you hear him speak. Taj's professional portfolio spans a variety of roles that live at the intersection of diversity, inclusivity, and climate. He's currently involved in three exciting pursuits. As general partner at Include Ventures, Taj works with a team of experts to build a large and dynamic platform of women and historically underrepresented fund managers and founders, with the goal of opening new market opportunities for investors and driving alpha, environmental, and social governance. Taj is also leading CREST or the Climate Resilient Employees for a Sustainable Tomorrow out of JFF Labs, which is a program that prepares people for climate resilient jobs in the United States and India. Lastly, Taj supports Klean Energy Kulture, an organization on a mission to transition black communities to clean energy by kicking off a series of experiences that tour historically black institutions and leverage music, gaming and sustainable fashion to promote sustainability and opportunities as a way of life. These topics are each so important and they're also undeniably interrelated. In this conversation, Taj walks us through ways to think about diversity and inclusion, how they go together, and what types of initiatives can be most important to bring about the progress that we all desire. Jason and Taj have a great discussion about his personal journey, what motivates him, and how his theory of change has evolved from when he started doing this work many years ago to today. Then we talk about each of the initiatives he's currently involved with and also his framework for thinking about how to allocate his portfolio of time. This is a really exciting and insightful discussion. Enjoy!In this episode, we cover: [4:31] Taj's portfolio of climate projects [7:25] His journey at the intersection of inclusion and climate [13:50] Inclusivity and how Taj's thoughts toward it have evolved over time [17:32] His views on the state of the climate emergency[21:07] How we can collectively balance the transition with education [25:13] The role of pop culture and media influencing consumer decisions[27:48] Taj's decision making process for projects he focuses on[31:46] The exciting youth climate movement [33:43] Frustrations around privileged climate conversations and the need for more inclusivity[36:05] Blind spots in building a more diverse climate community [42:23] The opportunity to create measurement tools for climate investing[44:26] Innovating climate solutions outside of Silicon Valley Get connected: Jason's TwitterTaj's TwitterMCJ Podcast / Collective*You can also reach us via email at email@example.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on October 12, 2022.
This week we feature our previous podcast guest, Dr. Christina Edmondson. Dr. Edmondson is an author, speaker, consultant on leadership development, podcast host, and academician. She has recently published two books: “Faithful Antiracism” and “Truth's Table: Black Women's Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation."She has also co-hosted a second podcast entitled “Get Into the Word”. Dr. Edmondson is a brilliant thinker who shared in this episode ways the Church must reimagine being the Church during these current times. She emphasizes how we must critically consider models of leadership that we assume to be biblical.Tune in to hear Dr. Edmondson's wisdom on this insightful episode! Information for Dr. Christina Edmondson:http://www.christinaedmondson.com/Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/get-in-the-word-with-truths-table/id1597800587https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/truths-table/id1212429230Social media:https://instagram.com/drcedmondson?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=https://twitter.com/drcedmondson?s=21Links to Order Dr. Edmondson's books:Faithful Antiracism: Moving Past Talk to Systemic Changehttps://www.amazon.com/Faithful-Antiracism-Moving-Systemic-Change/dp/0830847235Truth's Table: Black Women's Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation https://www.amazon.com/Truths-Table-Womens-Musings-Liberation/dp/0593239733/ref=pd_lpo_1?pd_rd_i=0593239733&psc=1Information for Dr. Gadson:https://www.drmoniquesmithgadson.com/Link to order “Finding Hope in A Dark Place”:https://lexhampress.com/product/224284/finding-hope-in-a-dark-place-facing-loneliness-depression-and-anxiety-with-the-power-of-gracehttps://www.amazon.com/Finding-Hope-Dark-Place-Loneliness/dp/1683596358/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1X6N0UNTJZ5G4&keywords=finding+hope+in+a+dark+place&qid=1669586236&sprefix=Finding+hope+%2Caps%2C218&sr=8-1Follow us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/And-The-Church-Said-Podcast-106848090932637https://instagram.com/drmoniquesmithgadson?igshid=1bmt2hei1j6i8https://twitter.com/DrMoSmithGadsonSupport And The Church Said:Cash App: https://cash.app/$andthechurchsaidPayPal: https://paypal.me/andthechurchsaid?locale.x=en_US.
Let's explore the future of healthcare and all its possibilities, especially given the latest developments in this space. Whether you have already built a clinic gym hybrid model or you're just thinking about it, this episode will help you recognize the innovation being brought into healthcare by outside forces and the lessons you can learn […]
Welcome to THE IDEALISTS. rewind, where we revisit some of our favorite past episodes. This week's rewind is Fariel Salahuddin, the founder and CEO of UpTrade, a bartering service which enables rural communities in Pakistan to exchange livestock for solar-powered water pumps and solar home systems. More than 40% of the people in Pakistan live off the grid and without lights in their homes, or electricity to pump water. Women can spend up to four hours a day fetching water from distant wells. This episode was chosen by THE IDEALISTS. Head of Marketing, Alisa Jones, because Fariel shares her vision for an inclusive economy that values more than just fiat currency. The BBC calls her : "A business a solution for the desert" and Fariel is both a 2021 TED fellow and a 2019 finalist with Cartier's Women's Initiative.In the episode:- Fariel begins the conversation describing how UpTrade works and the ways she gets off-grid, rural communities to opt into bartering their goats for solar water pumps and solar home systems.- She then shares what inspired her to start UpTrade and how her model is based on community and self agency versus traditional charity-focused interventions.- Fariel then describes her vision for tech-enabled marketplaces that are not bound by fiat currency.- Fariel ends the episode sharing her vision for rural, unbanked communities to be able to participate in the mainstream economy using the resources they have.
PepsiCo Chief Design Officer Mauro Porcini talks with Dawn Okoro, a mixed-media artist, about how innovating and taking risks can help us unearth new ideas and rewarding experiences in both art and life. Explore more from PepsiCo Design + Innovation:
Show Notes: - Rob exploring his entrepreneurial streak during his medical profession- How he got into tech and software- His key to success in being a good affiliate marketer - Venturing into creating assets and building value- The concept of Time Doctor - Investing money in creating software - Launching in 2012, getting traction, and making a profitConnect with Rob Rawson: Website: https://runningremote.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robrawson/Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertrawsonFor more information and to explore podcast episodes, visit themikecroc.com.To drop him an email, use: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Mike on social media:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorroccoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeycroc If you haven't smashed the subscribe button, do it here➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGWHuKojqZfcXmvGCAi_t1Q/ The views and opinions expressed on the "What Are You Made Of?" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. This is an independent production of Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco. The podcast production and the book "What Are You Made Of?" are the author's original works. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2021.