NexHealth CEO Alamin Uddin stops by to talk about what it's like to raise $170 million in the dental space, the challenges of building an all-in-one patient platform, and how automation will continue to change the dental industry. Website: https://www.nexhealth.com/ Say hello to Alamin! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alamin-uddin-95284889/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alamin.uddin.779
Every single experience teaches us something. But what we choose to do with those lessons is what sets us apart. Integrating the wisdom we gain from every mistake, challenge, trauma and heartbreak is how people grow, heal and move forward. Otherwise, life can be a scary hamster wheel of repetitive behavior and continued pain and suffering. Integration is change. But in order to positively change, we need to allow ourselves the space and time to allow all our gained knowledge to turn into our new thoughts and actions. That's where so many people get stuck. So here, we're diving deep into the steps - and beautiful voids - of how to actually integrate life-changing wisdom. In this episode, we're talking about: What integration truly means and requires How to recognize when positive change has taken place within us Why you have far more wisdom than you even realize The biggest component of integration - which many of us avoid Why we shouldn't only focus on the future, but take time for the past - no matter how traumatic How to create more joy in your daily life The incredible power of the “fertile void” The importance of becoming an observer Elevating from victimhood to empowerment Why we often don't even notice when we've changed as people How our responses are an indicator of our growth You can learn all the things, but if you don't actually integrate them, we don't actually grow. I'd love to know if you've had success integrating gained wisdom into your life? How have you celebrated your new way of being? REFERENCES: Mariana Rittenhouse On Integration Episode 310 | Lose The Labels That Keep You Small & Expand Into Real Freedom Episode 266 | Not All Men, But Almost Always With Traver Boehm Of Man Uncivilized Episode 270 | Cultivating A Deep Sense Of Self Worth Episode 117 | The 9 Year Affair: Lessons In Infidelity Episode 259 | Following The Path Of Least Resistance CONNECT WITH EMILY Book a private coaching call with Emily to work together. Your FREE 15-page foundational guide Where Do We Begin. Jump on the waitlist for Becoming YOU, my 6 week women's group coaching program re-launching Tuesday, July 12. Men's group coaching program coming in August 2022 – waitlist here. Instagram: @emilygoughcoach email@example.com Emily Gough Coaching Room to Grow Podcast
Sara Osborn is the VP of Partnerships and Integrations at Amaze, a mobile ecommerce design platform helping anyone easily market and sell products online. Find out more about her backstory, and how amaze can help you create immersive mobile experience for your customers that can lead to more engagement and sales.
Atira is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, holds an M.A in Clinical Art Therapy, a B.A. in Fine Arts and Transpersonal Art Therapy, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at EGS in Switzerland. From the slums in Nepal to the Amazonian jungles in Peru, Atira has touched the lives of thousands of women, men, and children around the world, supporting them through her 19 years of experience in various somatic and creative trauma recovery approaches. Passionate about creating safer spaces for everybody, and bringing healing and awareness in the “shadowy” areas of life, Atira has worked as a trauma-informed integration specialist in retreat centers such as the Temple of the Way of Light and is currently the head of integration at AYA Healing Retreats.In this episode, Atira Tan and Beth Weinstein discuss …▶ Atira's first experience with ayahuace at age 24 and how she was sexually assualted by the facilitator▶ How this boundary violation inspired her quest to learn how to create safer spaces for people working with psychedelics▶ How ayahuasca delivered a message to Atira that the new culture growing around ayahuasca needed her help▶ Atira's online programming for trauma-informed facilitation and somatic psychedelic integration ▶ Facilitation training as a lifelong journey requiring years of commitment to developing an embodied understanding of both yourself and the many dimensions the medicine connects you to▶ The need for facilitators to know the right balance between not being neglectful and also respecting someone's personal process in ceremony▶ How indigenous cultures are more collectivist and perceive life, the soul and reality in a very different way than we do▶ Connections between the indigenous concepts of “soul loss” and “soul retrieval” and our contemporary understanding of trauma healing▶ The felt sense of safety in the body when you are in the presence of someone who is truly trauma-informed▶ “Trauma-informed” as representing an understanding of how trauma affects the nervous system, including how re-traumatization can occur▶ Embodiment and stabilization of the nervous system as the foundation of trauma-informed care▶ The danger of becoming a facilitator because you are seeking to “be” someone rather than authentically moved to selflessly serveAtira Tan's Links & Resources▶ Website: https://www.atiratan.com/▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atiratan/
Emileena and Rebecca discuss the value of creativity. Plant medicines and psychedelics celebrate and cultivate the creativity within us. Creativity is often discouraged or devalued in society and those who have this particular talent are often guided away from pursuing it professionally. However, most of the products that benefit us originated from someone's creativity, so if we limit creativity to a small category of people, we do so to our own detriment. It's understood that solving problems creatively can be beneficial so it's no wonder that medicines cultivate this in us – this secret super power. Studies show that we use more of our brains when we're thinking creatively and studies show that we're using our minds creatively when we're in these altered states. We discuss the benefits of creativity and how it shows up in our lives. Plant medicines often teach us how we are creating our experience and how we can create our lives differently to our benefit. Because creativity is a natural part of us, it's an act of self love to recognize this and to use it.
Seit dem 24. Februar 2022 hat das große Thema Flucht bei uns in Europa nochmal stark an Bedeutung gewonnen. Mit dem Beginn des Krieges in der Ukraine erleben wir aktuell die größte Flüchtlingswelle seit dem zweiten Weltkrieg. In dieser Folge sprechen Malva Sucker und Jochen Arntz mit Chris Melzer, dem Pressesprecher des UNHCR Deutschlands, und mit Ulrich Kober, Migrationsexperte bei der Bertelsmann Stiftung. Es geht um die aktuelle Lage in der Ukraine, mögliche Lösungsansätze in der Flüchtlingspolitik und darum, was es heißt, auf der Flucht aus dem eigenen Heimatland zu sein. Wir gehen der Frage nach, ob es tatsächlich ein Zweiklassensystem in der Flüchtlingspolitik gibt, und schauen, wie sich die aktuelle Lage im Kontext der Flüchtlingsbewegungen in Europa allgemein einordnen lässt. Doch trotz der bedrückenden Aussichten gibt es Grund zur Hoffnung! +++ Weiterführende Links: Aktuelle Analysen zur Ukraine: https://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/de/themen/aktuelle-meldungen/2022/maerz/krieg-gegen-die-ukraine Initiative für Schulen: https://deutsches-schulportal.de/ukraine-initiative/ Ulrich Kober für Migazin.de: https://www.migazin.de/2022/03/14/flucht-2015-und-2022-aehnlich-und-doch-so-anders/ UNHCR: https://www.uno-fluechtlingshilfe.de/ueber-uns/unhcr Projekt: https://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/de/unsere-projekte/migration-fair-gestalten https://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/de/unsere-projekte/kommunen-in-der-ukrainekrise-staerken www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/podcast Schreibt uns an firstname.lastname@example.org oder auf https://www.instagram.com/bertelsmannstiftung/
Featuring perspectives from Drs Tanios Bekaii-Saab, Kristen Ciombor, Eileen O'Reilly, Philip Philip, John Strickler and Prof Eric Van Cutsem, including the following topics: Introduction (0:00) Integration of targeted therapy and immunotherapy into the management of metastatic colorectal cancer — Kristen K Ciombor, MD, MSCI (3:15) Other considerations in the management of early and advanced colorectal cancer — John Strickler, MD (33:15) Current and future treatment paradigm for gastroesophageal cancers — Eric Van Cutsem, MD, PhD (55:26) Selection and sequencing of therapy for advanced hepatocellular carcinoma — Philip A Philip, MD, PhD, FRCP (1:23:00) Novel treatment strategies for advanced biliary tract cancers — Tanios Bekaii-Saab, MD (1:50:31) CME information and select publications
Life is a process of reflection. We build awarness through experience and also this present moment. Here are some practical steps to help you on your journey of expansion --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stateofprime/support
Salwas heutiger Gast ist der Schauspieler Dimitrij Schaad, den sie von Berlin nach Halle an der Saale begleitet. Dimitrij war bis vor zwei Jahren hauptsächlich als Theaterschauspieler vom Berliner Maxim-Gorki-Ensemble bekannt. Dann aber bekam er die Rolle des Marc-Uwe Kling in der Verfilmung der „Känguru-Chroniken“ und schaffte damit den Durchbruch ins Filmgeschäft. Demnächst kommt er mit dem zweiten Teil, „Die Känguru-Verschwörung“, ins Kino.Mit Salwa spricht er darüber, wie das Theaterspielen sein Leben verändert hat. Als er im Alter von acht Jahren mit seinen Eltern aus Kasachstan nach Deutschland kam, konnte er sich ein paar Jahre lang kaum auf Deutsch verständigen. Wenn er jetzt auf der Bühne steht und spricht, hören ihm Hunderte von Menschen zu – darunter auch Bundespräsidenten – und Dimitrij fühlt, dass er angekommen ist.Ein Gespräch darüber, was gelungene Integration mit dem Ruhebereich der Deutschen Bahn und dem deutschen Quittungswesen zu tun hat, über das „Overachiever-Syndrom“ bei Migrant:innen, und darüber, wie es ist, mit einem animierten Sidekick Filme zu drehen.Links: Salwa Houmsi bei Instagram: @salwahoumsi Trailer zu „Die Känguru-Verschwörung“: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gqxouw7lfADimitrijs Monolog: „The Situation“: https://vimeo.com/165187348 Mehr über DB MOBIL “Unterwegs mit...” https://dbmobil.de/podcasts
The geek in me loves that a podcast on women's rights is 13 minutes- the 13 moons of our cycle! Perfection while talking about the balancing of conversations on abortion... Book I mention: Bell Hooks - Ain't I a womanhttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/250792.Ain_t_I_a_WomanMy Patreon: (support helps these podcasts)https://www.patreon.com/user?u=48642261&fan_landing=true
Transportable electronics are entering the retail and hospitality space in droves, and Samsung is at the helm of that transition. Delivering high-quality devices is only half the battle. There needs to be an understanding of specific use cases to gain the highest value from adopting devices within the retail workflow. Shelby Skrhak speaks with Joe Hasenzahl, Director of Sales - Retail at Samsung Electronics America , about: - Use cases of transportable electronics in retail - Point of decision vs point of sale - Integrating technology into workflows To join the discussion, follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify , Apple Podcasts, or Stitcher. Or, tu ne in on our website.
I'm back again, with another solo episode! This episode is based on a request from a listener, who wrote the following: I would love to hear your thoughts about the seasons we go through, especially rest and quiet, when it doesn't feel like we are "actively growing" but maybe it's a time for letting everything settle in or preparing for the next big leap. How do you mentally, emotionally, spiritually switch gears, what strategies do you use to maximize the energy you do have during those times, how do you manage any angst for not being active? (that may be way more than one podcast episode-- :) I've had this topic on my list for a while, and now that I feel I'm in Integration Mode (also known as the Messy Middle) I thought it would be the perfect time to discuss this. Often we hear about “integration” after having a healing session, but our personal adventures may often require integration time as well. Listen To This Episode What You'll Learn How to integrate after your adventures Letting everything settle Switching gears from activity to integration Getting ready for the next big leap (it's like chrysalis mode) Maximizing your energy during this time Managing your desire to be more active Related Episodes 459 Holly Worton ~ How to Know When You're Putting Too Much Pressure on Yourself 451 Dr Andrea Perez ~ How to Balance Adventure and Recovery 428 Holly Worton ~ Moving Your Adventures Into the Slower Months of the Year 419 Holly Worton ~ Getting Through the Post-Adventure Blues 418 Holly Worton ~ Adventures in Rest Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.
Renaissance der Bausparverträge? Heute sprechen wir mit Björn Licht. Björn ist Mitglied des Vorstands der Bausparkasse Mainz AG (BKM) und absolvierte dort auch schon seine Ausbildung. Neben seinem Werdegang hat uns natürlich brennend interessiert, wie eine Bausparkasse die aktuelle Änderung der Zinslage sieht und was das Ganze für Auswirkungen haben könnte. Neben der "Krankenversicherung fürs Haus", wie Bausparverträge auch hin und wieder genannt werden, unterhalten wir uns über die künftige Planungssicherheit von Krediten und über gelebte Integration. Ein äußerst sympathisches Gespräch mit ganz viel Insider-Wissen, Weitsicht und Denkanstößen. Vielen Dank, Björn! --- Links zu Bastian Kunkel Website: http://www.versicherungenmitkopf.de YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/versicherungenmitkopf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/versicherungenmitkopf/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@versicherungenmitkopf?lang=de-DE Links zu Patrick Hamacher Website: http://www.was-ist-versicherung.de Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wasistversicherung/ https://www.vermittler-digital.de Impressum: https://versicherungsgefluester-podcast.de/impressum Datenschutz: https://versicherungsgefluester-podcast.de/datenschutz Hinweis: Alle Angaben wurden mit größter Sorgfalt erarbeitet und zusammengestellt. Die Ausführungen, Inhalte und Auskünfte sind rechtlich unverbindlich und erheben keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit oder Richtigkeit. Für zwischenzeitliche Änderungen übernehmen die Autoren keine Gewähr. Ferner ersetzt der Inhalt keine qualifizierte Beratung und dient lediglich einer ersten Information.
Über Chaos Engineering mit Nils WlokaNils Wloka ist Vice President of Engineering bei Steadybit, einem Softwarestartup aus Solingen – einer Region die eher für Klingen und Werkzeuge aus Stahl bekannt ist als für Tech-Startups oder Softwareunternehmen. Das soll sich nun ändern und die Chancen stehen gar nicht so schlecht. Das Produkt von Steadybit ist eine Chaos Engineering Plattform – Die hilft sowohl schnell wachsenden Softwareunternehmen als auch etablierteren Großorganisationen die sich den Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung komplexer Systeme stellen müssen. Peter spricht mit Nils über Produktentwicklung bei Steadybit, Resilienz von Software und das erlernen der Skills zum JTBD Research. Hinterlass uns deinen Kommentar auf unserer Sprachbox +49 221 16903859 Alle Shownotes hier: https://oberwasser-consulting.de/podcast083 00:00:00 Intro 00:04:08 Methode wird Plattform 00:06:29 No glory in prevention? 00:09:12 Wenn Affen wahllos Knöpfe drücken 00:14:26 JTBD Research 00:21:10 Learnings aus dem Research Sprint 00:27:01 JTBD Interviews führen lernen 00:29:59 Wie viele Interviews sind genug 00:32:00 Quantitatives follow up 00:34:21 Fragen ohne Beeinflussung 00:37:16 Interviews in mehreren Sprachen? 00:39:24 Die Sicht auf das eigene Produkt 00:41:45 Das Problem mit Jobs ohne Framework 00:47:01 Steadybit mit JTBD im Blue Ocean 00:51:05 Integration der Business Tools 00:56:29 Macht Research und Experimente! 00:57:41 Get Out Folge direkt herunterladen
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Heute berichte ich dir von den Veränderungen, die ich in mir seit dem Retreat in Portugal bemerke. Auch lade ich dich von Herzen ein, den Weg nach Innen weiter zu gehen, und dich ausschließlich um deine Angelegenheiten zu kümmern. Gerade in Zeiten wie diesen, ist dieser Tipp GOLD wert, und wenn du es noch nicht schaffst, dies zu tun (dich ausschließlich um deine Angelegenheiten zu kümmern), lass dich gerne von mir bei diesem Prozess unterstützen. The Work von Byron Katie, darüber spreche ich auch in dieser Folge, ist die "legale Schwester“ aller bewusstseinserweiternden Hilfsmittel, die du für deine Innenreise nutzen kannst. Tauche mit mir ab, Schwester, und lerne dich besser kennen und lieben. Die Welt wird es dir danken! Wenn du Vorbereitung für solch eine Reise möchtest oder / und dich selbst tiefer erfahren möchtest, lade ich dich in meine Community ein. Die DSS - Die Selbstliebe Schule: https://dieselbstliebeschule.de Wenn du deine (Coaching)-Produkte hinaus in die Welt bringen möchtest, komm in meinen LIVE-Kurs: https://eva-nitschinger.de/mit-freude-live Für den nächsten The Work Onlinekurs, hier entlang bitte: https://eva-nitschinger.de/the-work-einfuehrung In Andalusien hast du die Möglichkeit, eine Woche lang, tief in deine Seele hinabzutauchen, um Scham und Schuld gehen zu lassen, und sie durch Selbstliebe zu ersetzen: https://eva-nitschinger.de/selbstliebe-retreat-andaliusien Ich freue mich auch, dir nach einem psychedelischen Retreat bei der Integration behilflich sein zu dürfen! Melde dich per Mail, wenn du das möchtest. Mail: email@example.com Deine Eva Selbstliebe Retreat in Andalusien -Jetzt buchen!-: https://www.eva-nitschinger.de/selbstliebe-retreat-andalusien/ Mein Buch "Narzissmus und Erwachen": https://amzn.to/3h5CVdQ Mein Buch "Dein Inneres Kind will in dein Herz": https://amzn.to/3ifEx5G Der Link zu meinem Community-Bereich für spirituellen Wachstum und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung: https://dieselbstliebeschule.de Folge mir auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NitschingerEva Folge mir auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evanitschinger_online.akademie/ Abonniere meinen Podcast: https://www.eva-nitschinger.de/podcast Eva Nitschinger, Psychologin, Heilpraktikerin für Psychotherapie, Begleiterin und Trainerin für The Work von Byron Katie - ausgebildet im Institute for The Work, Ojaj, Kalifornien Hypnosetherapeutin, EMDR, Familienaufstellungen und Aufstellungen mit Teppichflicken, seit 2012. Ausbildungen zum Heilpraktiker / zur Heilpraktikerin für Psychotherapie (nur für Deutschland). Melde dich an, für das kostenfreie Webinar mit Eva: https://www.eva-nitschinger.de/webinar-hp-psy Abonniere doch auch gleich meinen Youtube-Kanal und aktiviere die Glocke, denn es gibt noch viel mehr psychologisches Wissen und wie wir dieses gerade HEUTE aktiv und bewusst für uns nutzen können: https://www.youtube.com/user/evaworks Alles Liebe und DANKE für dein Teilen meiner Podcast-Episoden und für eine positive Bewertung auf iTunes. Nur so kann meine Arbeit noch mehr Menschen erreichen. Deine Eva Ein herzliches DANKE an Nicolai Heidlas für die Musik, die ich hier verwenden darf. Sie wertet meinen Podcast auf, danke dafür: https://www.patreon.com/nicolaiheidlas
#oracle #shamanism #ascensionThis month we ask the earth Serpent 'How do we perceive reality?'Now is our time of transition, individually and collectively, within the liminal space of ‘becoming'. We, as Pythia, come together to offer wisdom teachings from the earth serpent herself; Python. Our wish is that these woven utterings will assist you on your unfolding journey as we work together to co-create a world born of our deepest most loving visions. Each of us has been trained in the ancient oracular art of Seership and as we bring forth information from deep within the earth, the invitation is to allow the collective weave of our ‘seeing' to meld with your being in whatever way serves you best, in this moment, in this space, in this time. We recommend you listen with your eyes closed or covered and that - for added potency - you breathe the weave into every cell of your body as we speak it. Each month we will bring a new question to Python and if you have a question you would like answered please feel free to send it to us: firstname.lastname@example.org or; email@example.com.Interesting Greek info: In Ancient Greece, Pythia is the High Priestess and Oracle of Delphi residing in the Temple of Apollo with a sacred stone, the Omphalos. Covered in a protective weave and hollow inside, the Omphalos stands as the centre of power, a womb haven for healing, replenishment and revelation. It is also the mystical dwelling place of Python herself and the sacred cave into which Pythia descends in order to commune with the great serpent. Pre patriarchy Pythia is the interface between humankind and Spirit. Mistress of the liminal space, Pythia honours Earth and Spirit alike and as a potent governing force she stands on the fissure of betwixt and between bringing to light prophecies and wisdoms from the depths of the Pythonic realms.Emma Smart - Shamanic Healer, Teacher and Practitioner; Specialising in Women's ancient healing and sexual energy praxisAuthor of "The Sacred Dance". A short tale of Shamanic Pilgrimage. firstname.lastname@example.org,Sarita Cameron – Shamanic Healer, Teacher. Meditation Teacher and conduit for Integration into Galatic Knosis www.solhenge.com, https://www.patreon.com/Sarita_SolHengeJoy Ellis - Shamanic Practitioner, Homeopath, Oneiric work.www.homeopathy4all.co.uk +44 7989147050Sarah-Jayne Grace - Therapeutic Embodiment Coach, empowering women to reclaim their wild, authentic selves and create a life they love. www.thewildembrace.com Chelsy Arber is an artist and seer specialising in oracular work, dream illumination, and transformative, talismanic objects; email@example.com and IG @ars.limina
In today's episode we share our favourite books on psychedelics and those that are on our list to read in the future. We also touch on psychedelic integration support.Kick-start your integration process with the Modern Psychedelics Integration JournalDonate to the podcast via PayPalHave you gained new insights and perspectives from us and our guests? Consider sending financial energy our way to help support to cost of creating this powerful content.If this episode sparked something within, please let us know and leave us a review!More Modern Psychedelics: Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteModern Psychedelics Integration JournalMore Lana: Instagram | YouTube| WebsiteMore Zoey:Instagram | YouTube| Website
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Landmark new legislation giving adopted people access to their birth information has passed through all stages in the Dáil and Seanad and now will go to the President to be signed. Ciara spoke to Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth, Roderic O'Gorman.
Ganze neun Jahre war Katja Kipping Bundesvorsitzende der Partei „Die Linke“. Mittlerweile ist sie auf die Berliner Landesebene gewechselt und Senatorin für Integration, Arbeit und Soziales. Mit Tagesspiegel-Redakteurin Ann-Kathrin Hipp spricht Sie im Podcast über ihren Wechsel, die Vereinbarkeit von Politik und Familie und Sexismus in ihrer Partei. Außerdem Thema: Kippings Pläne für Berlin, das 9-Euro-Ticket, der Pflichtdienst, die Frage, was sie als Sozialsenatorin gegen Armut in dieser Stadt tun will und was die Linke tun muss, um weiter zu bestehen.
I'm Heather Smith and welcome to Cloud Stories, a podcast exploring the Accounting and Business Apps community. Stay up-to-date with the curated content I'm sharing by signing up for the Accounting Apps newsletter, available at https://HeatherSmithAU.COM As you will be aware, I strategically partner with a number of Accounting Apps in the community and one of them is Fathom. Geoff Baker, Global Head of Customer at Fathom joined me today. Geoff has a unique and diverse background, with leadership roles in FMCG, Telco and, for the last 6 years, accounting software. He has managed multi-billion dollar budgets but is most at home in scale up companies, devising customer-centric strategies for growth and building high performing teams who love their work. Originally from the UK, Geoff lives in Brisbane, Australia with his wife, 3 daughters and two dogs. Geoff Baker is currently Global Head of Customer at Fathom. Fathom exists to give clarity and confidence to the courageous people behind every business. We help businesses worldwide manage and track their financial performance through our best-in-class app of the same name: a powerfully simple, all-in-one financial analysis, forecasting, and reporting tool. Bootstrapped in Brisbane in 2012, Fathom has grown to 80 people across our headquarters in Australia, and offices in the UK, the US, and the Philippines. We serve 70,000 customers worldwide, from small businesses to the world's biggest accounting firms. In this episode we discuss: Starting a side hustle of Australia's first Tea Leaf Vodka out of a project while completing an MBA. In his role as Partnership Leads at Intuit, he was focused on Building, Partnering or Buying functionality for the Australian Intuit's solution. He shared the story of Fathom and what his current role entails The optimal scenario for accountants offering advisory services to their client base. Recent and up and coming releases within Fathom, including Reinventing forecasting, GSheets integration and Divisional Budgets I hope you enjoy this episode of Cloud Stories and I want to remind you again that I strategically partner with Fathom.
Growing your leadership skills is not something you do in a vacuum… If you're pushing yourself to become a better leader, you will run into questions that you can not answer… Acknowledging that you don't know how to handle a situation is a real gift because it forces you to ask questions and find someone who has been through the challenge you are facing… In this episode of the B2B Leadership Podcast, Mike Egan, Vice President of Customer Success and Integrations at BenchSci, and best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje talked about the ins and outs of internal and external sounding boards - what they are, why they're important, and how to get started. Podcast highlights: 0:20 - Mike's background - Mike explains his role at BenchSci. 1:12 - Accelerated clinical trials - How are scientists able to run more effective experiments? 2:41 - First leadership position - Mike worked his way up the company ladder for several years. 4:48 - Taking a leap of faith - What convinced Mike to move to a startup and make a career change? 7:58 - Navigating new challenges - How did Mike adjust to managing a team for the first time? 9:36 - Meaningful relationship-building - It's an even bigger challenge managing somebody who wanted your position. 12:16 - Guidance from previous executives - Sometimes what we're exposed to shapes how we show up. 15:58 - Building an external sounding board - What advice does Mike offer for getting started with this? 18:56 - Reciprocating value in relationships - What would Mike advise people to lead with when making connections with other leaders? 22:29 - A memorable promotion - Mike gives the backstory on a previous company he worked for. 29:57 - Mike's advice to himself - What advice would Mike give his younger self? Connect with Mike Egan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikeegan/ Learn more about BenchSci at https://www.benchsci.com/ Learn more about your own leadership style at: https://www.30dayleadership.com/ This episode is brought to you by the B2B Leaders Academy The cost of not consistently developing your leadership skills is enormous. At the B2B Leaders Academy you can gain access to monthly leadership training and live coaching. Being a great leader isn't hard, you just need a guide and the right set of tools. Head on over to b2bleadersacademy.com and become the leader you have always wanted to be.
Today's episode is a replay of The Habit Integration Mini-Masterclass that I recently hosted. In it, I share:3 Reasons Why Your Habits Don't StickHow to Finally Integrate Your Habits in a Holistic Way that Elevates all other areas of your lifeThe personal story that catalyzed this branch of my work The 30 Day Grounding Habits Experience that starts on July 1, 2022More details can be found here.Connect with Sheila:Ways you can work with me: http://www.sheilabotelho.com/elevateEat better - Feel Better - Get More Energy: Healthy Eating RefresherInstagram & all social media: @sheilaabotelhoPS: Thanks so much for listening. I would love your review! If you enjoy what I share in this episode, rate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160 I would really appreciate it. Thanks!Hi, doors to my brand new 30 Day Grounding Habits Experience are open for enrollment! This is an opportunity for you to get quiet, gain clarity, and dial in your habits so you can show up in your life and work with a rooted sense of wellbeing and more spaciousness on your calendar. We start July 1st. Go to the link in the show notes to enroll.More details can be found here.
Podcasterin Linda Hamoui spricht mit Frank über ihre deutsch-syrische Identität. Warum sie sich für den Dönerladen ihrer Eltern schämte, weshalb sie ein schlechtes Gewissen hatte, wenn sie sich amüsierte und wieso sie den Podcast Hamam Talk ins Leben rief. (03:00) Passkontrolle (05:40) Klischee-Check (08:55) Eltern, Aufwachsen im Bamberg und Helfen im Dönerladen (21:00) Schulhass, deutsche Freunde vs. syrische Eltern (31:00) Religion, Syrienreise & -krieg: "Ich dachte, ich darf nicht glücklich sein" (40:05) Geflüchteten helfen, Änderung der Syrien-Wahrnehmung: "Ich war sehr wütend" (49:55) Podcast Hamam Talk Hamam Talk auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hamam_talk Hamam Talk x Frank Joung "How to Podcast" https://open.spotify.com/episode/6di8ZUWOjPFwIWlbmJdUSz?si=7776a409b15b48e5 Der Halbe Katoffl Podcast ist eine Gesprächsreihe mit Deutschen, die nicht deutsche Wurzeln haben. Moderator ist der Berliner Journalist Frank Joung, dessen Eltern aus Korea kommen. Es geht um Themen wie Integration (gähn), Identität (ah ja) und Stereotypisierungen (oha) – aber eben lustig, unterhaltsam und kurzweilig. Anekdoten aus dem Leben statt Theorien aus dem Lehrbuch. Unterstütze Halbe Katoffl: https://halbekatoffl.de/unterstuetzen Website: https://halbekatoffl.de Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/halbekatoffl/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HalbeKatoffl Twitter: https://twitter.com/HalbeKatoffl LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-joung-76-fjo/
If the last two years have done anything, it's revolutionized the way that we work. Mobile working no longer means we work from an office and can go to a job site. It means we have the world at our fingertips—literally. The ability to be anywhere didn't happen at the snap of our fingers, but thanks to the advancements in technology like Snapdragon. In today's episode, we chat with Rami Husseini, Director of Product Management at Qualcomm about how Snapdragon and its integration with Windows has made it possible for companies to change the way they work for good. We discuss: The future of mobile handsets with 5G and WiFi connectivity How technology impacts businesses and the way they work The balance between sustainability made devises and demand For more amazing DEX content, including podcasts, articles and exclusive research, head over to the DEX Hub (dex.nexthink.com) To hear more interviews like this one, subscribe to the Digital Employee Experience Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your preferred podcast platform. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Digital Employee Experience in your favorite podcast player.
John Gafford is one of the two founders of The Simply Group. The Simply Group consists of Simply Vegas, the largest boutique luxury real estate company in Nevada, Clear Title, an escrow and closing company, Savvy, an insurance aggregator, and Streamline Home Loans. Simply Vegas boasts over 500 real estate agents and does 5,000 transactions annually, with a volume of nearly two billion dollars. Through vertical integration with Clear Title, Streamline, and Savvy, Simply Vegas was able to 5X their existing revenue. The Simply Group has expanded nationwide through JV partnerships with large brokers across the country, facilitating vertical integration of their companies. Prior to his career in real estate, John was a successful entrepreneur, building and exiting successful businesses in the hospitality, insurance, and tech spaces. Follow John Gafford on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejohngafford/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today I'm joined by Pando, a global logistics software brand and the world's first open-market freight management platform, which brings together an economic network of delivery stakeholders. Pando is a market leader in supply chain technology, building the world's fastest, and highest ROI driven networked‑Transport Management System. Pando is the TMS of choice for Fortune 500 manufacturers, retailers, and logistics companies globally, with a presence across Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North America. Pando's network‑powered SaaS platform for supply chain execution helps enterprises digitalize, automate, and scale their logistics operations across all modes and legs of movement. Today Nitin Jayakrishnan, co-founder and CEO at Pando, joins me to chat all about the company: what they do; the key challenges in global logistics; the power of collaborative optimization; and why businesses need to look beyond cost saving, towards improved accuracy, responsiveness and predictability IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [06.57] Nitin's founder story, and the journey that led him to establish Pando. “We set out to build a marketplace for domestic freight – Uber for freight!... Along the way something interesting started happening: our customers... started asking us if we could expand our tech into other freight and warehousing providers.” [11.20] An overview of Pando – what they do, and how they help their customers. “Most management solutions were built before the year 2000… The tech that sustains global supply chains is completely archaic!” [15.57] A look at some of the key challenges Pando's customers are facing right now, and Pando's approach to solving them. "These are brands that we love and live with… these brands ultimately serve you and me, so the mission for Pando, of course is to solve supply chain issues and logistics inefficiencies, but really is to serve the brand we love to help those brands serve us better!” [23.21] The importance of good data, and Pando's game-changing control tower capabilities. "You don't put the control tower at the top, you put it at the bottom – it's the foundational layer of data that feeds into these systems… the input is controlled, so you're not only able to solve the data problem, but you're able to predict and prevent the challenges." [27.00] A closer look at Pando's TMS solution, and how it can revolutionize dispatch planning and decision-making. [30.25] Integration, and how Pando work with their network of partners. “Companies are now realizing that what was once called back end operations is now coming front and center of their global strategies.” [36.22] Sustainability, how Pando facilitates a reduction in carbon footprint for their customers, and why clients increasingly expect their suppliers to be an active part of helping them achieve their own ESG goals. [40.25] The onboarding process with Pando, and their mission to deliver fast and effective integration. “With Pando, the time to value is 90 days – and that's a gamechanger. It's a gold standard when it comes to enterprise technology.” [43.43] The ideal client for Pando. [45.21] Two key case studies, illustrating how Pando helped one customer reduce supply chain costs and achieve end-to-end visibility, and another solve shipping efficiency issues in order to realize an additional $2.5 million in revenue. [48.39] The future for Pando. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Head over to Pando's website now to find out more and discover how they could help you too. You can also connect with Pando and keep up to date with the latest over on LinkedIn, or you can connect with Nitin on LinkedIn. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
Caroline Lee Dewey is a transformational coach, healer, medium, all around amazing human being, AND one of our amazing guests for the Out of the Cave and Into Your Power Retreat happening in San Diego this September. We are so thrilled to welcome her onto the podcast, where she shares with Lisa and with you her story, the aspects of healing, her definition of spirituality, and so much more. Topics include: [6:00] Meeting each other through the Omega retreat with Nicole Sachs and passing on messages from Lisa's recently deceased father within hours of being introduced. The influence Caroline had on Lisa's integration of spiritual modalities in her own work. [25:10] How the circumstances we're born into affect our lives. Being born into the grief of losing two grandfathers in a very short time and how that led Caroline to take on responsibility for other people's emotions. Developing intense anxiety as she went into her teens began to affect her appetite and morphed into a self-punishing mechanism. [35:44] Losing her social network upon going to college, admittance to psychiatric programs, how everything she learned and everything that helped led her back to herself and embracing authenticity. [40:46] Moving from absence to presence (ex. the absence of pain and fear into the presence of joy and love). Using food and physical discomfort and body issues as a way of distracting from emotional and spiritual upheaval instead of making space for those feelings. [54:15] Integration and what it means for our lives - mind, soul, and body. The role that intuition plays in rediscovering ourselves and our spirituality. [1:04:05] Now what? How to take these new realizations and start integrating that into our lives and our practices. The somatic component of healing and self-expression, where all the different parts of ourselves come together into a whole being. Connect with Caroline! www.carolineleedewey.com Facebook and Instagram: @carolineleedewey Join the first ever Out of the Cave and Into Your Power retreat! Get all the details at https://www.outofthecave.health/retreat Become a Member of the Out of the Cave Online Community - Includes Two Live Coaching Calls Monthly https://www.outofthecave.health/membership Email Lisa - We welcome questions, comments and feedback! firstname.lastname@example.org Out of the Cave Merch - For 10% off use code SCHLOS10 https://www.outofthecave.health/shop Socials Instagram: www.instagram.com/lisa.schlosberg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outofthecavellc YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/lees325/videos
Hey everyone welcome back to The Multidimensional Journey Podcast! This podcast is all about mental health, wellness, spirituality, and of course, Ayahuasca. Each week I bring information to assist in Ayahuasca Preparation & Integration. Today our guest is Abigail White. She is an RN and intuitive healer whose mission is to help elevate the human consciousness and teach our Souls how to evolve into our next phase. She holds two bachelor's degrees in Neuroscience and nursing and continues to expand her mind and her natural healing abilities daily while teaching others the holistic and intuitive arts. Abigail lives in Minnesota on land that feeds and grounds her daily with her plant babies and she is the owner and founder of Breath of Life; an intuitive guidance and wellness company that focuses on the Soul's healing journey through integration, trauma and medical intuitive work. We dove deep on non-ordinary states of consciousness, how to navigate upper and lower realms, how she assists others in healing themselves, and so much more! Book a healing session with Abigail and check out her diverse library of courses here: https://linktr.ee/Breathoflifellc --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ayahuascakaur/support
Happy Saturday Friends! Happy Father's Day weekend! My next guest talks about taking risks and being more authentic in life and in your marketing. Please welcome PREMIERE guest Saul Colt! Saul Colt is the Founder and Creative Director at The Idea Integration Company. In his career he has been named as one of the iMEDIA 25: Internet Marketing Leaders & Innovators as well as been called one of Canada's best community builders/experiential marketers. NYT Best selling author and Internet Pioneer Chris Brogan once referred to Saul as “exactly who you want representing your company” and that message has been echoed by media properties ranging from Inc to Forbes Magazine. Saul has had many career highlights including being selected as the first international employee of Zipcar and the person responsible for launching Zipcar into the Canadian marketplace. Was the first marketing person and a key part of the growth of FreshBooks.com (The #1 Cloud Accounting service for Small Business Owners) as well as leadership roles at Rogers Communications and the first Chief Evangelist of Xero.com. If that wasn't enough, Saul is also a Professional Speaker and Consultant specializing in Word of Mouth Marketing, Stunt Marketing, Social Media, Customer Experience, Community Building and Business Courage. To follow or to learn more, head to the links below:https://www.theideaintegration.comhttp://www.instagram.com/saulcoltSupport for Label Free Podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming. @MANSCAPED offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. They obsess over their technology developments to provide you the best tools for your grooming experience. MANSCAPED is trusted by over 2 million men worldwide! We have an exclusive offer for my listeners - 20% off + free shipping with the code: LABELFREE20