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Profit Is A Choice
Financial Management and Oversight in Your Design Firm

Profit Is A Choice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 60:54


180: Financial Management and Oversight in Your Design Firm with Peter Lang Joining me on the podcast today is Peter Lang, owner of the designer CPA, Peter and I both have a heart for supporting this industry with good financial practices and understanding. And today we're going to talk about what we see as kind of the lifecycle, if you will, of bookkeeping and bookkeeping needs and the overwhelming hole and desire in the industry to have better bookkeeping practices. So I hope you enjoy the podcast and are able to see where you fit in the bookkeeping trajectory. Topics Mentioned: Bookkeeping  Accounting  Hiring  Internal processes  Key Thoughts:   When all the work comes, whether it's the accounting, the bookkeeping, or the financials, you're going to start seeing fracture points in a business; when the weight comes in, you're going to see the weak links. Michele (3:19)    The longer you wait to start, the longer it's going to take to fix and then it's just like a snowball and you just don't want to get there. So, starting off on the right foot and making sure that you find the right person for your business. Peter Lang (24:36)    Don't forget that you can charge admin fees. So, if you increase your rates to include some administrative costs, or to really have a true understanding of what it takes to run your business, you can build into your fees to have the support for somebody to do the billing and the reconciliation. Michele (25:50)    Our job and our role is to support what is best for that client to give them information, to help them understand so that our clients can make the best decision for where they want to go in the business and what they want to do. Michele (46:23)    Just because you have a great situation today doesn't mean it's going to be a great situation in three months from now or next year. Peter Lang (52:16)      Contact Michele: Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL Website: ScarletThreadConsulting.com LinkedIn: Michele Williams Contact Peter: Website: TheDesignerCPA.com Facebook:TheDesignerCPA Instagram: @thedesignercpa Twitter: TheDesignerCPA Email: peter@thedesignercpa.com References and Resources: AIM Masterclass - Watch now

Planet Jav
Heaven Within✨

Planet Jav

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 33:06


In this podcast episode, I explore the idea of heaven being within us & how the external & Internal worlds are truly connected!

Today in San Diego
Internal Disasters at South Bay Hospitals, Arraignment of Clairemont Squatter and San Diego Sheriff Retiring.

Today in San Diego

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 4:39


On the "Today in San DIego" Podcast, Steven Luke Discusses the Impact of Staffing Shortages at South Bay Hospitals, the Arraignment for the Suspect in the Fatal Sabre Springs Stabbing, the Retirement of San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore and San Diego Museum Month. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chasing The Insights
EP151 - Glen Williams on dealing with internal fear

Chasing The Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 36:03


In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to author,  speaker, and retired detective Glen Williams. Glen talks to us about his journey and how we can learn to deal with internal fear. Glen Williams spent twenty-six years in law enforcement working as a patrol officer, detective, and trainer at Sandy City Police and Utah Transit Authority Police. Glen is the author of Bridging the Gap: An Inside Look at Communication and Relationships After Traumatic Events.

Front Office Features
How to Apply for an Internal Sports Job Posting

Front Office Features

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 49:01


We go OFF the rails early and often in this episode. Chris sends us down a crazy path after Rob brings up his recent promotion that you need to hear to believe. Let's just say Chris sings a song about a Nun that leaves Rob in tears. After going down multiple rabbit holes from Twitter vs Instagram to other random thoughts, we get somewhat back on track and tackle real life stuff. Looking to change jobs internally? We lay out the process you should follow prior to the job being posted and what you should do afterwards. Rob touches on not over using your political capital on every job that you see open. Plus, if you are looking to leverage a current job offer into more $ at your current organization then you better be ready for the answer on the other end. Rob then closes the show with another golden rule....the U-Haul Rule. Depending how many U-Hauls you need to rent should dictate whether you should move or not.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Pursuit of Awesome with Charlie Harary
Internal Growth Is Our Ultimate Goal

The Pursuit of Awesome with Charlie Harary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 16:54


Our souls are not satisfied with material and physical rewards. Rather, our souls are satisfied when we are driven to self-improvement because our souls contain the potential of who we can be. Go to momentumunlimited.org/subscribe/ and sign up for our newsletter for more motivation and inspiration.

The Presentation Podcast
The Internal vs Independent Designer Mindset

The Presentation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 66:51


Episode #142. Internal vs. Independent Designers is our conversation, with special guest Lori Chollar of TLC Creative Services, about the mindset of how each designer approaches the task of visual design for presentations. How each reacts to client requests for the presentation, the design, or the template. This is a great conversation full of takeaways every presentation designer can use. Join us!   Full Episode Show Notes https://thepresentationpodcast.com/2022/e142   Show Suggestions? Questions for your Hosts? Email us at: info@thepresentationpodcast.com   Listen and review on iTunes. Thanks! http://apple.co/1ROGCUq   New Episodes 1st and 3rd Tuesday Every Month

The Play Big Movement
Setting Your Internal GPS

The Play Big Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 9:18


Sharon talks about the importance of being in the driver's seat of your own life, putting your foot on the accelerator, hands on the driver's wheel, and blasting through any of the limiting beliefs that get in the way. She speaks to the value of being in control of your own beliefs and actions and pushing forward to where you deserve to be. You are uniquely you and you are the sum total of your successes and learning opportunities.   What You Will Learn Limiting beliefs we instill in ourselves The role we have in shaping our own path How to reclaim our own life journey

Unlocking Greatness with Charlie Harary
Daily Boost Ep 427 "Internal Growth Is Our Ultimate Goal"

Unlocking Greatness with Charlie Harary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 16:23


We need to embrace the mentality of doing action for the sake of action in order to achieve greatness. When we view our ultimate goal as becoming better at the action itself rather than gaining an immediate reward, we can accomplish great things and make effective change. Go to momentumunlimited.org/subscribe/ and sign up for our newsletter for more motivation and inspiration. This podcast is powered by JewishPodcasts.org. Start your own podcast today and share your content with the world. Click jewishpodcasts.fm/signup to get started.

The Better Life Better Work Show
You’re the Decider: Internal Safety & Self Leadership

The Better Life Better Work Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 38:45


Oh, I got something for you today.  I want to talk about Internal safety and Self Leadership. I'm working with my clients right now on some inner work that's disguised as a visibility challenge. This is a compassionate challenge that's meant to bring up your shit so that we can love on it and then […]

The Jimmy Rex Show
#321 - Tiffany Peterson - Speaker, Podcaster, & Life Coach Helps Empower Women Through Teaching Self Love

The Jimmy Rex Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 45:22


Guest Bio:Tiffany Peterson is a seasoned speaker and international coach guiding individuals, teams, and audiences in creating thriving lives and business results. Before founding her own company, The Lighthouse Principles, Tiffany worked with and for many popular brands: Franklin Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, the world famous Rich Dad, Poor Dad series, and Jack Canfield, creator of The Chicken Soup for the Soul series.Tiffany has been responsible for achieving sales budgets that range upwards of $40 million in annual revenue. She loves sharing her sales secrets and strategies with others to help them create a sustainable income living their business dreams.For Tiffany, speaking and coaching is beyond a career or a job - it's her calling. Her desire to help others overcome their obstacles and achieve their potential is what fuels her work and business and fulfills her souls purpose.

JUST REALIZED
Ep 146: Deciding It's Your Turn with Christina Lecuyer

JUST REALIZED

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 65:13


#PTonICE Daily Show
Episode 1123 - Pelvic floor function for the non-internal PT

#PTonICE Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 19:14


Dr. Ellison Melrose // #PPPonICE // www.ptonice.com 

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News
EP284 - 2022 Annual Predictions

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 52:49


EP284 - 2022 Annual Predictions h 2021 Predictions Recap Jason: Made to Order apparel business > 9 figures Yes Retailer offers viable health alt insurance option to consumers No Grocery E-Com > 10%  someone deploys(not pilots) MFC Yes Amazon Shopify Competitor (shipping solution) No Retail Media > $20B Yes Bonus – More store closures in 2021 than 2020. No Jason Total Score: 3 of 5 Scot: Amazon move to same day prime by opening a huge wave of neighborhood DCs (near DSPs) Yes Shipping (Shopify) – launch own DSP No Shopify marketplace No ‘zero friction addiction' sticks – I've seen 30-40% repeated a lot, I think it's 60-80%. commerce penetration says at 16% or better in 2021. Yes spac/ipo? Dnvb wave Yes Bonus: post-covid anti-consumerism/materialism wave No Scot Total Score: 3 of 5 We have a tie, including the tie-breaker. Here are some relevent links: eMarketer recap of Retail Media Networks Bricks Meets Clicks analysis of digital grocery space 2022 Predictions Jason: NFTs, Web 3, Metaverse, and Ultrafast delivery services are all overhyped and don't deliver meaningful commerce revenue in 2022. Shein exceeds $30B in annual sales, disrupting apparel industry Adoption of BNPL services slows down to less than 15% CAGR in 2022. Amazon opens more than 100 Amazon Fresh grocery stores Last Mile evolves Veho, X-Delivery, shipium, or Instacart gets aquired Scot: Amazon launches a competitor to Shopify webstore, possibly via a headless solution on AWS Amazon wins ultra-fast delivery. Gopuff, Gorilla, or  Jokr goes out of business in 2022 Metaverse gets lots of buzz but no revenue Livestream commerce goes mainstream in the US  Fabric gets acquired Don't forget to like our facebook page, and if you enjoyed this episode please write us a review on itunes. Episode 284 of the Jason & Scot show was recorded on Thursday, January 6th, 2022. ttp://jasonandscot.com Join your hosts Jason "Retailgeek" Goldberg, Chief Commerce Strategy Officer at Publicis, and Scot Wingo, CEO of GetSpiffy and Co-Founder of ChannelAdvisor as they discuss the latest news and trends in the world of e-commerce and digital shopper marketing. Transcript Jason: [0:23] Welcome to the Jason and Scot show this is episode 284 being recorded on Thursday January sixth 2022 I'm your host Jason retailgeek Goldberg and as usual I'm here with your co-host Scott Wingo. Scot: [0:40] Hey Jason and welcome back Jason Scott she listeners happy New Year Jason and listeners it's 2022 here we are we made it. Jason: [0:49] I know I feel like I'm already winning because the intern type 2021 in the show notes and when I read the intro I caught it in my head I feel like that I'm impressed with myself right now. Scot: [1:00] Boom yep and there that was bad timing because there is a performance review coming up so that in turn is going to be in some pretty pretty thin ice here so we'll see hopefully they make it through. Jason: [1:13] Might be another year probation before he gets to start taking a salary. Scot: [1:18] Yeah most important question are you watching the book of Boba Fett. Jason: [1:24] I am I am we have to be careful not to do any spoilers but. Scot: [1:29] Never spoilers never a million spoiler. Jason: [1:31] Spoiler free pass. Scot: [1:33] I believe he got eaten by that giant thing in the desert oh sorry those spoiler. Jason: [1:39] Yeah. Yeah there are I will let I'm not going to reveal anything but there is sand in the new episodes. Scot: [1:49] Yeah yeah he want he like Star Wars you get a lot of sand in some people hate sand but Boba doesn't seem to mind. Jason: [1:57] No I think he's had to adjust but yeah really well done show been enjoying it felt like there was a end of the year there was kind of a little role in television programming in our household so it's been exciting too Taz some of these series come back. Scot: [2:13] Let's jump into it cuz this is sometimes one of our longest episode so we're going to try to try to not go too crazy long. Jason: [2:20] I feel like we just lost half our listenership right there. Scot: [2:23] Like I don't believe that this is gonna be a three-hour I am happy that Joe Rogan is starting to do these like three-hour heh, episodes it makes me feel better about our one hour winds so this is every the first show of every year is been are many many year, tradition to go through our past years predictions and then formulate our predictions for the upcoming year, and that is this show it is the 2021 prediction review 2022 prediction Revelation show feel like we need a sound effect for that, but. Jason: [3:00] I have a sound effect but I feel like I'm going to leave yours in. Scot: [3:02] If you can beat that you know over override it there. [3:10] So the way we do this is we do have to show is kind of doing our predictions and kind of self scoring ourselves in Jason's it's kind of, banging your head against a book typically self-flagellation or whatever it's called and then and then we are back after the show is hopefully we learn from these predictions we made and we, cast them forward to see what's going to happen this year so I feel like Jason we should I think you actually won last year if I remember. Jason: [3:41] In a major upset I feel like I had been like over 45 the the previous app that seasons. Scot: [3:48] Yeah yeah so you get the dubious honor of getting to rate your 2021 predictions first so why don't you kick us off. Jason: [3:54] Awesome yeah and spoiler alert we do not learn from the previous years. Scot: [4:00] Well part of making predictions is you yeah yeah yeah you got to kind of put it out there and that's risky. Jason: [4:07] Sure so I'm always looking forward to this episode I'm super excited about it I get you know jazzed weeks in advance and then I like dust off last year's forecast and suddenly I'm a gloomy because I realize I'm not near as clever as I remembered myself so that'll just set the tone up front so my first prediction last year was that more personalized made to order products would be taking off this year and my specific prediction was made to order a parallel with grow to be a nine figure 9 digit, business in 2021 and so good news bad news that happened so, if you add up the revenue from Indochina oh and suit supply, proper cloth and not standard you actually get now about 250 million in Revenue which is, considerably higher than nine figures. [5:14] In hindsight it wasn't that good of a prediction like we are pretty close to nine figures before last year. And so it wasn't as stretchy as I had hoped and I had in mind a lot of more. Well we're in consumer products pivoting the made to order and I specifically had been watching some some Amazon Pilots around made to order and they didn't really grow this year at also, technically I guess it was it happened but I don't feel very good about my first one. Scot: [5:46] Okay yeah well it's a win just take the W dude. Jason: [5:53] Okay all right yeah well I'll try to be more more strict going forward or just make better predictions so my second one, there's been a lot of initiatives around retailers weaning in the healthcare and I propose that at least one retailer would, launch their own health insurance or offer some alternative solution to health insurance, and while there were a bunch of investments in health care and Amazon you know in particular has done a lot in the last year I don't think that really happened so I'm giving that a no. Scot: [6:29] Yeah and in fact that was like a huge loss because Amazon Unwound their big partnership that made it seem like they were going to do a lot more in this myth. Jason: [6:37] Yeah that there is some Nuance there they they were part of a Consortium and they bailed on the Consortium but then they invested a lot more money and did several acquisitions, and expanded the scope of their own internal initiatives and it almost look like the the internal stakeholders didn't like partnering with Goldman Sachs and Berkshire Hathaway but nevertheless. I'm I'm not taking that that win that that didn't happen so. Scot: [7:09] What attracted such a big L kind of swamps the W from the first one. Jason: [7:14] Yeah cleaner it correctly so the next one was interesting I said that e-commerce would grocery e-commerce penetration with grow above 10% and I said someone will deploy not just pilot these micro fulfillment centers for grocery in both of those things basically happen so bricks me clicks which is one of the more credible sources out there for tracking grocery penetration has us at about fourteen percent penetration right now. So we definitely passed that ten percent threshold obviously aided by, the pandemic and the various waves and then several retailers leaned into mfcs a couple small retailers did deploy them, across all of their stores so like a chibi for example is aggressively rolling out mfcs Walmart I want to say spent like 14 billion dollars on on MFC so real money is, is getting invested in there so I think generally I feel good about my my grocery production number three so so. Two yeses and a know so far. Scot: [8:29] Is this a bricks and clicks thing is that a can mere mortals get that or is that something you get. Jason: [8:35] Well there's a there's a paid version which is well worth it if you follow the industry but they do publish their monthly forecasts for free on their website at bricks me cliques.com. It's pretty interesting so there you know we get. Grocery sales data from the US Department of Commerce and e-commerce data but we don't get grocery e-commerce so there's the grocery e-commerce we only get from a couple of these third-party private. Data providers and they all do it primarily based on. Big panels of consumer surveys so that's what bricks me clicks does but they they have some like pretty interesting data like you can look at what percentage of those grocery e-commerce orders were home delivery versus curbside pickup and stuff like that. Scot: [9:26] Very cool there's a how do they get their data. Jason: [9:30] Panel so they're there. Yeah they're serving a bunch of consumers yeah. Scot: [9:38] All right I'm going to remember you you did that. Jason: [9:42] You make you make use with what is available. Um and directionally emarketer published some grocery data and they kind of roll together a bunch of people's forecast there's another company out there called mercado's that publish them data and it also aligns, directionally that there we are over 10% where they disagree more is where we started before the pandemic so some of them have us starting at like two-and-a-half or three percent some of them have as high as six percent before. Um over 10 now. And if you're super interested in the interest of prolonging the show frequent friend and guest of the show Professor Dan McCarthy they he and his students just published an interesting. Cohort analysis of, um how the pandemic impacted digital restaurant sales so closely related to digital grocery right and obviously a lot more people ordered restaurant food for delivery during the pandemic but his interesting question was, um [10:49] Was that you know a pandemic Spike and it's going to go down back down to pre-pandemic levels or is it a permanent shift and what can we suss out and the way they did it is they looked at cohorts that. They ordering from restaurants for home delivery before the pandemic and how their behavior change versus first time users and what they found is like most of the growth was. Households that were already using restaurant delivery increase their usage and it appears to be more sticky the smaller cohort of people that ordered from restaurants for the first time during the pandemic, that behavior did not stick and they're not continuing to order but still the sales are up higher. There's a nice long digression for you that wasn't one of my forecast. Scot: [11:33] Always appreciate the commentary. Jason: [11:36] Yeah I'm here for you man so forecast number four was. I predicted that Amazon's Shopify competitor would be revealed, in this is a thing that we had heard about called project Santos but no one really knew what it was I said hey we're going to find out what it is and I think it's going to be a shipping solution to compete with, to fulfill orders for Shopify and take take you know a piece of the Shopify gmv. And it was in fact revealed so that's the good news it was not a shipping solution so so project Santos turned out to be, a point-of-sale system for brick-and-mortar retailers that Amazon is developing, and has still not released but is purported to be small business POS system that's going to compete with Shopify and square and some other folks in that space so, I'm giving that a no. Scot: [12:42] All right I agree on the phone. Jason: [12:44] Cool cool. Interesting news and Evolutions there to talk about on one of our subsequent new shows is there some interesting patterns that Shopify and others of, have filed in that space so we get to my fifth prediction my fifth prediction was that retail media networks were going to take off in 2021 and that they would generate more than 20 billion dollars in ad revenues, and put things in perspective like the year before we had only seen about 10 billion and AD Revenue so that was a meaningful prediction and that. Totally happen so according to emarketer we did 24 billion, in calendar year 2021 in ads that were invested in retail media Networks, um Amazon is on a run rate right now to do about 30 billion dollars a year and everybody and their brother is launching a retail media Network so the Gap is launching a retail media Network which is. Interesting most of these, retail media networks are selling ads to what we would call endemic Advertiser so your Duracell batteries you sell batteries at Walmart you buy an ad from Walmart for Duracell batteries to help more people find them. [13:57] Gap doesn't sell other people's stuff so there are no endemic advertisers on the Gap right and so super interesting that even they are trying to monetize their traffic. You know you name it they watched a retail media Network this year and just today I want to say Best Buy which already had a retail media Network, launched a new rebranded retail media Network and they're now selling ads to non-endemic advertisers as well so so that when I feel like I hit pretty well. [14:28] So you add that up and that is three corrects and and to to mrs. and folks careful listeners will note we also made a bonus prediction and the case that we tied, in my. My bonus prediction was that we would have even more store closures in 2021 than we did in 2020 and I was wildly wrong, so caveat here are the data everyone uses when they quote store closures is this core site data and core site is kind of anecdotal data and it's totally tracking Big Chain, retailers but based on their data there is like 41 percent fewer store closures in 2021 than 20/20 so so we'll call that a huge mess, um I would argue that all the store closures that happen this year were small independent retailers that got wiped out by these big chains, and we really don't have a good data source for for those but nevertheless I'll accept that I lost the bonus round badly. Scot: [15:28] Yeah in fact isn't there a record number of stores opened. Jason: [15:33] Yeah so a separate issue from the store closings is hey where there are more openings and there, there there were so not a record number of openings but the but from that course I data set more store opens opened than closed last year which so we would have had a net increase in stores. That that's interesting I wouldn't encourage retailers to pay too much attention to that because it really matters. The nature of the closed and open stores I get almost rather follow, net gains or losses in retail square footage because if you have a bunch of Macy's stores closed and you have a bunch of Dollar General stores open your closing 100,000 square foot store and opening a 10,000 square foot store. Scot: [16:22] Awesome and then you had all right so then if we include your bonus you're even so three wins and three else. Jason: [16:35] Exactly I like to think of it as three wins and two L's and the bonus only comes up if you can tie me. Scot: [16:41] Okay alright let's see how I did so. Jason: [16:46] Yeah I'm excited to hear this. Scot: [16:48] Yeah so just to remind everyone this was done a year ago in January of 21 we were merely. Nine months months depends on when you start depending I guess nine months into two covid. Jason: [17:01] That's a calendar year ago but it was actually four years of Lifetime ago. Scot: [17:06] Yeah it feels like it for sure, all right so my first thing I always like to kick off with an Amazon prediction so my Amazon prediction last year was that we would move to same day Prime by opening a huge wave of neighborhood DC's. And they would be near dsps and I got that one right that one, don't feels obvious like I don't feel like I was making too much of a prediction but at the time I remember being worried about it because I think they they were still doing most of the dsps this is where time dilation happens during covid the four-year thing you mentioned. They've just built up an incredible amount of. They call him I called him neighborhood DC's they call him delivery stations now I think is the official name where they have built you know just tons of these these interesting new. Footprints where they house a bunch of these dsps Under One Roof and then they for deploy a lot of that days things to be delivered into that out of a fulfillment center and then the the dsps just line up and deliver that stuff so it's been really interesting to watch them build that, so I would count that one as a win. Jason: [18:18] Yeah no I totally agree I'm often surprised by how many people still have this outdated model of Amazon and they imagine the Amazon is primarily doing two day shipping. Scot: [18:29] Yeah no it is they have really cranked it up especially I'm out I'm in North Carolina you're in Chicago and you guys are probably getting stuff you know. Jason: [18:38] Yeah we we are we were in early market for same-day delivery and we're kind of an epicenter for a lot of of their delivery products and the vast majority of stuff I order, um my I get two offers for wind to have it delivered between 4 and 8 a.m. or between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. the next day. So some stuff I get same day I would just tell you there were I was listening to an Amazon earnings call and someone asked them if they were were concerned about all these ultra-fast delivery services that were popping up all these VC funded, you know 15 minutes to 1 hour delivery services that are mostly sent in one one-block radius in New York and the Amazon CFO was like. You know those those Services deliver, an assortment of 4,000 skews to a five-block radius we're currently delivering about 400,000 skews Same Day to all of America we feel pretty good about our offering what's the. Scot: [19:42] Boom drops the mic walk. Haha okay sticking to Logistics which is interesting because I was poking around and Logistics a year ago and I you know in hindsight the perfect prediction would be there's going to be a supply chain problem but I did not I did not pick that one sadly instead I said you know Shopify, so my logic here was kind of looking at the chessboard at that point in time we all know Amazon's kind of, turning the guns toward Shopify if your Shopify you know those guns are turning towards you so one of the things you do is try to get into the delivery world. They have tried but they pretty publicly there was Toby was in, was it Bloomberg he did kind of a cover story on one of the Business magazines and in there he basically admitted that you know hey were. Pretty bad at this fulfillment stuff and I think they had a customer say that they're embarrassing really bad and you know it almost seemed like there are not going to go deeper into fulfillment so I missed on that one but Asterix. I think they should and I think it's going to be a pretty big strategic. Blind spot if you're an arm the rebels in e-commerce you're gonna need to help them get the products to consumers in that last mile that's going to be where the battle is and I feel like it's a bit of a soft underbelly for them right now. Jason: [21:11] Yeah generally agree. An interesting side note that the CEO of instacart just got named to the Shopify board and I inadvertently started a little bit of LinkedIn debate about like how soon it would be before that was a potential conflict of interest and a lot of people chimed in that they thought instacart was a potential acquisition Target of Shopify which might be one way for them to to get into the the Fulfillment business. Scot: [21:48] Yeah but even that's a conflict of interest rent mean proofs proves your point not you know. Jason: [21:53] Yeah I mean clearly I'm right but that's a separate issue. Scot: [22:07] You don't think this will ever happen and everyone else in the world thinks it will so you know, this one's tricky I could make some argument that they are doing more on this and then that same article they do start to talk about it being more of a central by it I'm talking about the shop app that they have, um doing more around that centralizing your your Shopify, you know whole experience in aggregate including some search functionality they have added some search haven't looked at lately but I've seen to Twitter traffic that they have added some stuff there, but I'll all I'll take the L on this one I but I still think. That it's going to be something they do more of down the road probably in a different flavor than a traditional Marketplace but I think it's an area that they have to explore it is more in their wheelhouse than the Fulfillment sign. Jason: [23:02] For sure I certainly agree with that and I would encourage you to double down on that prediction for Fort Wayne tonight but I will say like two things I was clearly wrong on the shop a. [23:17] Like is getting much broader adoption than I would have expected because I would argue it's mostly a shipping tracking app. It has some like Merchants search capabilities it doesn't really have product search capabilities at least in general release but it's. At various times it's been the most downloaded retail app and it's bouncing around in the top four so a lot of people are getting that app and so per your point, you know they have a bunch of merchants they have a bunch of users with this app which is really hard to do this app has some Marketplace of like features and then you know I don't know you I'm sure you saw but bradstone, got to go visit Shopify and do an interview with Toby and he in his article he kind of painted a picture that that. Internal stakeholders at Shopify were wildly divided and didn't agree about. If Shopify should do a Marketplace and what it would look like and so that that makes me think. They're you know having the same debate we are and Toby himself weighed in that he's like. You're not going to see us compete with our Merchants so if they do a Marketplace as probably going to have to look. You know considerably different than the kind of marketplace I think some people are thinking about but but it's an interesting space. Scot: [24:41] Yeah, yeah and then so we'll see if this comes up again in predictions and then I the super risky thing I did last year was made a covid prediction I've learned my lesson there remember to week two weeks and we're done anyway we my prediction was we will be shocked how much quote-unquote zero friction addiction sticks I've seen 30 to 40% repeated a lot and I think it's going to be much much higher and then so I think there is some good data that points to that we haven't seen a decrease in the growth of you know online even as we've gotten into a post covid World we're kind of getting back into one with with all the Quran right now but and to your point there's a lot of interesting data like like Dan and his group did that show that it's been pretty sticky. Jason: [25:37] Yeah no I think that's totally fair a lot of people are in correctly predicting that that it's going to revert but yeah I think I think all the tangible evidence points to it being sticky. Scot: [25:52] Okay and then my fifth prediction was given all the heat around these specs and IPOs that we would have 20:21 would be a banner year for digitally native vertical Brands either going pilot getting Acquired and doing IPOs, I want to made this one I felt like it was going to be much more around these facts but then the specs pivoted and started doing these really weird esoteric things that end up, not doing very well but where I kind of snuck the win out on this one is we did have three companies that we've tracked in our kind of the oh geez of digital native vertical Brands go public so we had War be Rent the Runway and I'll Birds now they haven't done great since they went public but they did get out and they had you know the kind of met their pricing and went public and are still out there and so so there you go so that was a yes. Jason: [26:51] Yeah yeah I will certainly give that one too. Scot: [26:54] All right so at this point I am let's see three yeses and to nose. Jason: [27:02] So we're tied so the bonus comes up what was your bonus. Scot: [27:07] My bonus was that there will be I was much more optimal another covid so I got lucky on the first one I felt like we're going we're going to in 21 we would be post covid and people would kind of stop buying stuff just generally and really focus on going out and doing things and seeing the world over the holiday I went down to Orlando for three or four days and it felt like, there's definitely a segment of the population that that's out there doing that they all seem to be in Florida right now and maybe some in Texas but I think if you look at the data there's nothing to really support that in fact the we've talked on this show about the e-commerce data and Retail data and it all seems quite robust so we have not hit a.n.t. consumer materialism wave that that I predicted. [28:03] Cough so it turns out that I think we're effectively tied is that I'm doing the math right on. Jason: [28:09] I think you are and and I think all our listeners will agree that a tie is basically a huge win for me. Scot: [28:15] Given our past history yes it's the first time we've had a feels like soccer or that we're in England where that is a possible outcome. Jason: [28:23] Exactly I think I think my high school soccer team just just tied your your Premier League team. Scot: [28:31] Yep cool so yeah that but you know it fun to do these things because I would say in a volatile world like we aren't getting half of these things right I think you would agree with me that we're pretty awesome you know we there's other people out there that make predictions and they throw so much junk against the wall they get like five percent right but and they do big Victory lap so I think if you look at our records pretty good pretty solid. Jason: [29:01] Yeah no I agree and I don't think we sandbag very much either I mean sometimes in hindsight they feel like sandbags but I feel like we stretch ourselves so, so I will definitely take them. So how are you going to like pay off that that self-congratulatory pat on the back Scott you're gonna have to come up with some Whoppers for this year. [29:32] I don't I don't what do you want to do I'm sure we lost all our listeners except for my mom so whichever she prefers. Scot: [29:39] I'll go first so so my predictions this year, so my Amazon prediction number one and this is for 2022 is I predict Jeff Bezos is going to have a midlife crisis and run around it was in Miami with hot chicks and other exotic locations and take a lot of selfies for Instagram. Jason: [30:05] If you had said in dubious fashion choices than I might give it to you. Scot I'm not sure but I think as of January 6 that's already happened. Scot: [30:16] Yeah yeah yeah okay you got me that ones are what they call retcon and in the world where it has already happened alright or series prediction is I'm gonna I'm gonna double down kind of on your prediction I'm going to steal your prediction from last year and say I guess this isn't exactly what you predicted but I do feel like, Amazon is very serious about Shopify in that same article I was talking about where, Toby was there a next Amazon you know an anonymous sex annum Amazon Source you have to take that with a grain of salt said these guys crushed us they came out of nowhere and destroyed us and where we were blindsided, that seems. [31:03] Pretty pretty Amplified but I do think they have their guns trained on them so I'm going to say we're going to see Amazon come out with a serious competitor this year, and I think it's gonna you know, I imagine it could even be like a web store offering even though they started this and got rid of it I think they're going to get pretty serious about it and now I could see them come out with a, you probably won't have a lot of Headway in the first year but they're gonna I think they're gonna go right out these guys the thing that's hard to predict, there's some interesting things they could do it with AWS and headless so I'm going to kind of give myself a little space there that it could be headless versus kind of a more monolithic type SAS kind of an offering but yeah, so I think they're going to get pretty serious about. Jason: [31:54] Okay yeah yeah I could I like that I can't I see that and you could imagine bundling like AWS Commerce platform with a bunch of the traditional merchant services from Amazon like fulfillment and payment and stuff like that. Scot: [32:08] Another Amazon one is and you kind of foreshadow this when you're talking about the Amazon thing there's there's hundreds of millions of dollars if not billions going into these do have a name for them fast. Jason: [32:23] Yeah well ultra-fast delivery is the. Scot: [32:25] Ultra-fast slurry okay these companies so there's like go puff and there's one that has like an animal name like. Gorilla yeah Joker yep yeah I've been I don't know how DC is letting them do that one but anyway you know so these guys have raised billions of dollars and it's a hot Market but I think Amazon is kind of going to train their guns on that and I think they're going to put a real hurting on them, I think we'll see I'll be pretty risky here and say one of them will close their doors one of those so I'll put it here in the notes so to keep me honest so, go puff gorilla and or Joker one of those three big ones probably doesn't make it out of 22. [33:19] Okay, so that's 1/2 so this is my third one I realize I'm actually short protection will have to do one on the flyer the Bezos wanted kind of counted in my head but that was early prediction you know the at the end of 21 we had Facebook changes name to metaverse and since they did that you can't throw a rock without reading a thousand articles about the maneuvers. In fact today on Twitter there was a big Walmart video you know kind of showing an metaverse shopping experience mock-up kind of thing that was kind of fun, the I think there's going to be I think there should be a lot of hype and 22 I'm actually kinda already burned out on it and a lot of you know what does metaverse shopping look like and there's going to be lots of excitement and smoke but no fire and no Ray. So I think it's going to be the flash in the pan when we look back on 22 so I think it's going to not a lot of activity there I think it'll be like, you know chat Commerce and social commerce and a lot of these things that had a lot of buzz in their era AI Commerce machine learning Commerce all these things that had huge amount of Buzz and then turned out to not really have substance. [34:37] Okay and then the inverse of that is I think one of the things that there's been a lot of talk about that is going to have substance is live streaming of kind of video live video e-commerce integration so I think that one is going to be more mainstream there's there's a little. Amazon has tried this and failed it's big and Ali Baba I'm I'll qualify this and say in the u.s. too so I'm not trying to be sneaky here and you know, there's not a lot of I've seen some startups trying to get traction here but they're in like supermicro verticals but that's how I things get adopted is you kind of build some habits in these small behaviors and then they can go mainstream so I think we'll look back on 22 when we do our 20:23 show and we will see live streaming has gone mainstream so that is one and then let's see, I may have to come back with another. Jason: [35:35] Yeah I'll let you you can make fun of mine and then you I'll let you cherry pick after hearing my. Scot: [35:41] Okay any reaction to my my for so far. Jason: [35:44] No I so a I should have come to rehearsal because I feel like we're gonna get off the right off the bat with some potential overlap but. I definitely. [36:00] I think we're going to see some way Amazon very seriously competes with Shopify I think it's not going to be the way most most people expect that your your description seems totally plausible is we're about to see I have a, an opinion on some of these ultra-fast delivery services and The Meta versed both of which you touched and then I got to be honest I am nervous about live streaming like I could I definitely am not bearish I could see it going either way a ton of Commerce happens via live stream in China and we're starting to get a lot of Commerce. Video content get consumed in the u.s. what's not working very well at the moment is the buy now button at the end of those videos and so you kind of have, indirect livestream commerce's is already starting to happen in pretty high volume here in the US and a bunch of people are investing in in. Trying to take it that that last click. And I have reasonable confidence that it could work so at the very least I know a lot of retailers and a lot of my clients are going to be trying it pretty pretty heavily this year so we shall see. Scot: [37:15] I came up with my fifth. Jason: [37:17] I knew if I just rambled that I would give you enough room for one. Scot: [37:20] Yeah this one is a risky one but you know our friend Faisal started Fabric and I'm going to predict that that company has so much Buzz they're going to get acquired in this year so that was risky because they're super early stage where is it it'll it'll it'll have to be a big number to take them off the table at this point but I think someone's going to going to, pay that number. Jason: [37:45] Yeah to fun ways that could go I feel like he's pretty – on Shopify so it would be awesome Shopify acquired them but you could also Imagine AWS acquiring them and and making two of your predictions come true. Scot: [37:59] Yeah or or adobe or you know IBM IBM's kind of on the sidelines lately they've got a whole. Jason: [38:07] Yeah yeah they kind of got out of the those software platforms I would be I mean but not to say they couldn't pivot and come back in for sure. Scot: [38:14] Yeah yeah and then let's see I said Adobe I've and Salesforce. Jason: [38:20] Interesting okay well I'm going to jump into mine and again we did not dedupe these I bundled several of yours and made them more negative, so my first prediction is what's not gonna happen and I lumped in a bunch of very trendy things that people are super hyped about and I said I don't think any of these are going to be economically meaningful in 2022 so it's in ft's which I know, are near to your heart than mine I I do believe there's some Niche use cases where in Ft is totally makes sense and I know you play in some of those, those Niche cases but there are so many people that just think crypto in general and nft is in particular are going to be, a huge part of Commerce I don't think they're going to be very economically meaningful and in 2022 even more so I don't think web 3 is going to have any impact I'm starting to get a lot of questions about, how Bigcommerce is going to change because of web three in my answer is it's not, I think the metaverse is going to fail pretty miserably as a Commerce, play and I'm also going to say all of these Venture funded ultra-fast delivery startups are going to fail so that's not to say that. [39:36] Amazon, instacart or even go puff couldn't win but like all these these Sand Hill Road back startups that are delivering in Manhattan I don't think any of them are gonna change consumer Behavior enough to really matter economically in, so that's my Chrome Legend hey all the cool things that talking has like to talk about aren't very important one. Scot: [40:02] Well I don't think that overlaps too much no no I I disagree but we'll see. Jason: [40:09] Knox awesome those are the. Scot: [40:11] What's your specific prediction like there will be less in ft's and 2022 and is in of T volume. Jason: [40:19] Yeah yeah. Scot: [40:20] Let's put that one down oh that's that's the prediction last in a $50 transacted. Jason: [40:26] Well so like I don't so full disclosure I can throw out a number but like I don't know of a credible source for tracking in Ft Revenue dollars. Scot: [40:40] Yeah there's some there's gmv trackers so open sea and is the biggest Market Place than there's like three or four others. Jason: [40:46] Okay I was mostly thinking like the there's there's not going to be meaningful revenue from the US Department of Commerce retail sales data that's enough. Scot: [40:57] Wow that's there it's going to take them 50 years before they can spell it. Jason: [41:02] Well I know they're not going to report it that's what I'm saying but I'm just saying like there's an Amazon Walmart the the top 10 eCommerce sites in the US are not going to have any meaningful revenue from in FTS. Yeah but nobody's going to do anything with webbed three in Commerce and nobody's going to buy anything with a virtual reality headset. Or from gorillas outside of one block. Scot: [41:40] Okay. Jason: [41:42] So I'll try to get less – now a company that we've talked about on the show a couple times that people don't talk about enough and I'm kind of using them as a surrogate for a whole new trend but is the the. Ultra fast fashion brand Chien which is a apparel brand the. The they're estimated to have sold about 10 to 15 billion dollars worth of Apparel in 2021 and I think they're going to exceed 30 billion dollars in apparel sales and 2022 which is going to make them. A top 3 apparel retailer in the US. [42:24] And I said they're kind of a surrogate for a trend this is democratized merchandising so this is, instead of Mickey Drexler deciding what the cool kids should wear in high school instead of easy deciding what the cool kids should wear in high school this is, algorithms watching what the cool kids post that they are wearing in high school on tick-tock, and then making it in two weeks and selling it to all the kids that want to be cool, and so it's kind of the perfect manifestation of what Amazon called hands off the wheel where they stopped having Merchants pick products and instead kind of use data to, to drive their catalog and I think she is gonna continue to have great success there and it's, it's disrupting the fashion industry more than a lot of people in the fashion industry realize but I think, it's going to become extremely evident in 2022 that it's disrupting the apparel business. Scot: [43:23] And then are you are you putting a specific number on it and if so how much is that over last year. Jason: [43:27] Sorry I thought I said it yeah so I think they're going to sell more than 30 billion dollars of Apparel in 2022. Scot: [43:34] What they do in 21. Jason: [43:36] The estimates they're not public but the estimates are between 10 and 15 billion so more than double. Scot: [43:42] Okay all right. Jason: [43:44] Again not trying to sandbag. So third one and I guess I'm going back to my my negative Nelly so one of the hottest trends of 2021 and the prediction I have seen the most people do and I fully expected you to do so I'm, totally bombed is that buy now pay later services are going to continue to explode, and in 2021 by some estimates they grew 30% in their you know wildly adopted, it's the fastest-growing payment type in in e-commerce in 2021 you're starting to see it expand from just e-commerce to in-store purchases as well, and it's moving down Market to you know from from expensive High consideration items to a lot of lower cost more impulse items so by all accounts the future of payments and credit is buy now pay later in my prediction is that it slows down and 2222 I'm not saying it's necessarily going to flop, but I think you're going to see only about 15 percent growth over 20. [44:52] One versus the 30% that they had this year so I think the rate of growth Cuts in half and I think there's a couple reasons behind that, I think the bill is going to come due for a lot of these products and a lot of these consumers are not going to be able to pay for the products they purchase, and I think you're going to start to see a ton of writedowns and the financial reality of renting money to subprime lenders without like significant collateral is going to kind of start to, catch up with some of these companies I think the Credit Agencies are going to start to lean into this more and that's going to take away one of the competitive advantages that they had and I think we might even see some some regulation because like there's some, some very financially responsible companies in the buy now pay later ecosystem but there's also some, some kind of rebranded payday loan players in that space and so I think there's just going to be a lot of erosion of trust and and some- stories that will slow down the rate of growth. Scot: [45:59] Gaap negative or positive on the next. Jason: [46:04] Yeah we're going positive again I'm yeah I'm alternating I'm and I'm going to throw an Amazon one to you I think Amazon opens more than 100 grocery stores in 2022. Not whole food so Amazon Fresh doors, um and that you know again that that would be about three times as many stores as they have ever opened Amazon book stores or five star store so. It's not the thousands of stores that some people have talked about but it's also a much faster pace of brick-and-mortar growth than we've ever seen from Amazon. Scot: [46:41] Yeah that I will be excited to see this one. Jason: [46:46] And you know most of them will be in Chicago so that'll be fun for me. Scot: [46:50] Of the 500 stores they'll be like 75. Jason: [46:54] Yeah exactly I'll be surrounded, yeah so I think that's a super interesting space I've talked about it a bunch it was you know the growth of digital commerce was one of my grocery commerce was one of my big ones and I think it's just the big category of consumer spending that Amazon. Doesn't play meaningfully and Whole Foods is very Niche and I just think it's a moonshot imperative for Amazon to win Grocery and I don't think you can win digital grocery without having brick-and-mortar grocery as well. [47:29] So that I think gives me 4 so my last one, is I think there's going to be a lot of interesting Activity one of the categories of e-commerce I'm most interested in watching in 2022 is Last Mile, there's going to be a lot all kinds of different Evolutions but the specific prediction I'll make is one of these new, um I'll call them FedEx UPS competitors is going to sort of get get acquired or have some meaningful liquidation event and so so there's a couple of startups that are kind of, Next Generation parcel delivery services like vejo index delivery ship IAM is a bunch of X Amazon guys and I'm going to say that, instacart original business model could even slow down and instacart could get acquired, primarily to be a last mile delivery service by someone so so one of those companies gets acquired, as part of the buzz around owning your own Last Mile in 2022. Scot: [48:38] Yep and does that include so there's all these like ship Bob Shapiro those kind of guys your that's not. Jason: [48:45] I think there's going to be a lot of I think they're an interesting space to in most cases they're not actually delivering products they're they're facilitating delivery of products or tracking delivery of products and so I tried to keep this pure to the, guys that have access to trucks and are driving products to people's houses but. Yeah so no I'm not I won't call it a win if it's if those are the only ones that get acquired. Scot: [49:13] And then any other bonus prediction so I kind of had to stretch to get my 5 but anything else you want. Jason: [49:20] So so yeah you know I do all my best thinking on dog walks and so I you know I might thinking about all these cool predictions and I came home with like 40 of them and so I struggled to narrow it down to these five and so then kind of the next class of predictions that just sounded. Too easy in a way but you know last year digital Commerce kind of slowed down a little bit compared to Brick and Mortar Commerce it was a huge year in brick-and-mortar growth. Because e-commerce had grown so fast the year before so I think that that. That Paradox gets inverted again this year so I think we see way faster e-commerce growth than we do brick-and-mortar growth, I think curbside which was a big thing in 2020 and 2021 becomes even bigger thing in 2022, I think you're gonna see a ton of stores redesign their parking lot I noticed H-E-B just opened a new store and as 26 Bays, for curbside pickup so I think those those are the big things in the you know the big macro story that we'll see in 2022. I recognize that less controversial than my official five predictions. Scot: [50:34] Yeah okay cool I think that's a good set of 10 predictions there any anything else you want to just let people marinate on that for little bit. Jason: [50:42] No I if folks strongly agree or disagree I'd love to hear about it on social media and if you have different predictions, throw them our way on Twitter Facebook and we'll be happy to debate them on our next show. Scot: [50:59] Yeah yeah maybe we could introduce some listener predictions as part of this going forward that would be kind of fun it also reminds me we need to we haven't done a deep dive in a while and maybe you know we touched on in ft's web 3 meta those are pretty good topics for deep Dives maybe even buy now pay later so usually we hit a new slow down in the e-commerce world, kind of in that March April May time frame after we get the q1 results so maybe we'll throw some deep Dives in there so that, if those topics are interesting we're happy to kind of go deep on those I guess looking back the live streaming when I don't think we've done a deep dive on that either so those are all areas where between the two of us we have a pretty good bit of domain knowledge that we could make sure that is out there and available if you want to go deeper on one of those topics so let us know think about your preferences on 20-22 content around that type of a topic as well. Jason: [51:56] Yeah I will look forward to all of that. And of course if you did find this show fun at all or you learned anything the best way you could reward us as jump on iTunes and leave us that 2022 five-star review all those reviews you wrote in 2021 don't count anymore so you need to get back on iTunes and leave us up fresh review and feel free to make fun of Scott in the review that's always appreciated. Scot: [52:22] Or Jason's title. Jason: [52:24] One of my many titles. Scot: [52:25] All right thanks everybody. Jason: [52:29] And until next time happy commercing.

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
Off The Script XTRA: Samoa Joe FIRED By WWE For Also Being A Triple H Guy, His Statement & Internal Feeling About Why He Was Let Go, and Where He Goes Next

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 54:52


Is anyone surprised? At this rate, I wouldn't be surprised to see Shawn Michaels fired from WWE but that would be too obvious. Samoa Joe is the latest victim of Bruce Prichard & Vince McMahon as he was fired from the company for being a Triple H guy. The latest on his status, his statement, why he was wasted in WWE and where he may go next.  Also, on this episode of Off The Script Xtra with  @JDfromNY206  

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima
Ken and Lima: Baker's Internal Leadership abilities

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 10:22


Ken and Lima discuss Baker's internal leadership abilities after his interview with Alex Smith during MNF pregame. Can he earn the trust of his teammates when things are not going well now compared to last season. Same with the Browns players this season compared to last season. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App!

From The Depths of Darkness to The Light of Success
Episode 129 ADHD Everything with Tyler Bacon

From The Depths of Darkness to The Light of Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 51:34


"My wife and I, we were bracing for war. We were prepared to go in there and just go to war over her, getting a diagnosis because we know what that can mean. That can mean accommodations. If she needs them in school, going forward, that can mean medication to help her If she needs it. So we were ready, we were going to go in there and absolutely fight for it." This weeks episode is with content creator and fellow ADHD squirrel Tyler Bacon aka "adhdeverything" across all platforms. We deep dive into him being diagnosed much earlier on in life, but did not learn much about it until the last few years. There is 3 neurodivergents living under one roof at his house. His daughter and him are diagnosed, his wife is undiagnosed. But they have so much fun creating content together. It all started by posting some videos to TikTok for Tyler and then it took off from there. We talk everything ADHD on this episode! You can find below the link to all of his social media stuff! Please note we are not doctors and just talk about our personal experiences. Social Media- https://beacons.page/adhdeverything/ Here are some of the topics we cover in this episode: 3 neurodivergents under one roof Content creation Digital media diploma Misconceptions of ADHD Medication Creativity RULE 0 (Real life comes first always) Internal voices/wars If you would like to support the show please leave a 5 star review over on Apple Podcasts or leave a voice message on Anchor FM. You can also rate the show on Spotify now as well, please do so. Make sure you subscribe to the YouTube channel as well and turn on the notifications. You can also follow the show and my journey on IG @depthsofdarkside! Thanks for listening and have a great day! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lightofsuccess/message

Labor Relations Information System
First Thursday, January 2022

Labor Relations Information System

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 51:22


Happy new year! This month's podcast covers: Mandatory vaccinations programs (again). Courts and arbitrators continue to rule (69-0 by our last count) that there is nothing unconstitutional about employer vaccine mandates. First interest arbitration decision about mandatory vaccine programs. The law about whether or not an employee or labor organization can get injunctive relief while a challenge to vaccine mandate is going on. What the Supreme Court will be ruling regarding two of the federal vaccine mandates later this week. Non-Vaccine Cases: No Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy In iPhone Backups On Work Computer, Smith v. City of Pelham, 2021 WL... The post First Thursday, January 2022 appeared first on Labor Relations Information System.

Life as a Coder
Be successful with Evaluation and Management in 2022 1 CEU Available

Life as a Coder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 68:41


I'm going to make E/M coding easy for you in 2022 and review how to use the official AMA®️ MDM Table to level your codes. Plus key areas of Strategy for your practice. There will be 1 a CEU for this bonus episode if you are an All Access or VIP member. Join the membership at www.patreon.com/lifeasacoder CPT® is a registered trademark of AMA Work on your 2022 education plan Understanding 2021 guidelines before more changes occur in 2023 Helping providers stay current with Internal and External Education PHE Waivers and allowances Using the right modifiers Tracking Denials Audit Strategy Watch the Live Video to view the slides and comment with your questions: https://vimeo.com/662376984 Check out these cool references: How to Use the MPFS Look-Up Tool 2021 AMA® Guidelines Implementing CPT® Evaluation and Management (E/M) revisions --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeasacoder/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeasacoder/support

How'd It Happen Podcast
Clifford Starks, Who's the Person in Your Mirror? (#233)

How'd It Happen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 62:54


Here's another great episode with an ex-UFC fighter turned into a transformational coach. Clifford is also a leadership development consultant and motivational speaker. We talked about his life experiences as a child, teenager, and UFC fighter in this episode. He also shared The Power of 6 Leadership Development System and the concept of perfect practice. You will enjoy this episode, so make sure you tune in. Clifford Starks graduated in Kinesiology in 2005 and became a personal trainer. He also became a professional fighter in 2009-2017. It has always been more than just transforming the body though, the mind and spirit play key factors in one's success. Which he definitely learned through his journey as a fighter and a coach. He has been honored to be given the opportunity to work with many clients on their mind, body, and spirit. Helping others live happier, more fulfilled lives. He realized just how important the mind was in the process of accomplishing any real success. He became extremely fascinated with psychology and had his personal life experience to pull from. He is constantly learning and growing. He loves the saying if knowledge was all it took everyone would have 6 packs and be Millionaires. Knowledge is good to have, but applied knowledge is better, so he takes action. To grow as a person and a leader is the same as health: you never stop.Join The MBB Mastery Facebook Group FB: https://facebook.com/cliffordstarks4/Get to know more of Clifford at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clifford-starks/Web: https://cliffordstarks.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/cliffordstarks1/Some MMA fight videos of Clifford:Clifford Starks vs Krasimir Mladenov | WSOF 23, 2015 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AMHNnLc9i8Clifford Starks vs Mike Kyle | WSOF 22, 2015 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymsAZH740GgShow notes:[2:29] How'd it happen for Clifford Starks?[5:40] What Clifford remembers about his dad and seeing his grandfather in a coffin[10:48] Clifford's life as a teenager[14:17] On his athletic journey[17:45] The Power of 6 Leadership Development System[20:20] On public speaking[26:05] How it should be in sports[32:04] Internal - external - internal[33:02] Mindset: born with or developed[36:09] The masks that people wear[40:50 ] What is perfect practice?[42:20] Dealing with people who have "war in their head"[46:48] The courage game[55:39] Clifford's family dynamic[57:57] Clifford's victory in his transformational coaching[1:00:35] Where to find Clifford[1:02:13] OutroCheck the accompanying blog post of this episode at: https://mikemalatesta.com/podcast/clifford-starks-whos-the-person-in-your-mirror-233/If you like this episode and want to be the first to know when new ones are released? Make sure you subscribe! Also, a review will be much appreciated, so make sure you give us a 5-star (or whatever one makes the most sense to you).Connect with Mike:Website: https://mikemalatesta.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikemalatesta/

The Room Where It Happened
The Bleed Ep. 87 Your Pet Asteroid and You

The Room Where It Happened

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 59:48


Twitter: https://twitter.com/roomwherepod Discord: https://discord.gg/ZjwPuRv Website: https://roomwherepod.com/ Patreon: https://roomwherepod.cash Archived Transmission from the Razor on the day of the Incident Clearance code Gulf Charlie Whiskey. The structure has taken multiple heavy hits. At least ten sectors are dark. While we were able to launch bays 6 and 3, launch controls on the other bays have been damaged. Internal reports have a group breaching the hull and making their way through the structure, but sight of the group was lost at sector 8-65. Commander Evans is currently handling troop coordination and trying to get our remaining fighters launched. This is an all call to any UPRC units within distance. We need back up, we need….Hey, who are you? Get……

Calming the Chaos
From Chaos to Disorder

Calming the Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 66:04


Dr. Anita Johnston is a Psychologist, Storyteller, Educator and Author of “Eating in the light of the Moon,” a beautiful book available in 7 languages that uses storytelling, myths and metaphors to help women transform their relationships with food. Anita has been working in the field of eating disorders since the early 1980s, and is currently the Clinical Director of Ai Pono Hawaii, a Treatment Center for eating disorders on the island of Maui. In this podcast, we talk about how Anita started treating Eating Disorders Treatment in the early 1980s, and how she uses the language of metaphor in the work she does. We also talk about the ways people can cope with chaos by using food in disordered ways. Anita tells several stories, and also gives us some wisdom about ways to move from chaos and disorder, and back to order again. Introduction to Anita Johnston “Metaphor is how you use one thing to describe another.” The language of metaphor is pictures and storytelling to describe what eating disorders are and how to treat them “It's using the right hemisphere of the brain” to understand Eating Disorders • The left hemisphere = helps you see the trees • The right hemisphere = forest • We see the same things, just from a different view • Our culture has reared us to use mostly the left side of our brain, and that's how the Eating Disordered Brain gets hijacked! When you listen to a story, time is no longer linear! • “Anita's Story,” growing up in Guam influenced her way of thinking • Multi-cultural, indigenous, storytelling has taught her right and wrong • Not good-bad-right-or-wrong…just different! How Anita got started In the early 1980s, she had an interest in women's experiences, and eventually an interest in psychology, and in disordered eating. Remember Karen Carpenter? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyXil9JPn9c Her body of work: • Why is it women and girls? • Why is it a struggle about food and body? • “I decided to listen to their stories and figure out what was going on.” The Emperor's new clothes (Story time with Anita!) Internal and External Chaos “Chaos happens when we disconnect from our authentic self.” We disconnect because we were taught to do so (to survive) Using food to get to peace / regulate when things get chaotic is natural! However, it becomes problematic when food is the only way we know to regulate. It is necessary to learn other ways of coping with chaos. Disorder happens…with chaos We go to disordered eating when we are seeking order outside of ourselves, and not letting it all in! (A lack of receptivity) (An inner experience is lacking) We are taught NOT to tune in to receive…to NOT attune to the energy we receive Example: When there is overeating, there may be “never enough” time, care When we judge ourselves, it is not helpful Those who pick up on the energetic vibes of the universe are highly attuned This is a good opportunity for those “highly attuned” individuals to reflect on possibilities other than “There is something wrong with me.” Resources and Story Time: Be a mindful consumer of news, and explore https://www.positive.news/ Go into the storm cellar when disaster strikes – What is stable? Nothing new comes out of the “status quo.” It always comes out of chaos “If you want to have something new, you have to make friends with chaos” Angelise Arrien: “And that's a story that doesn't need to happen.” Mark Twain: “I've had a lot of horrible experiences in my life, and, it's a good thing most of them have never happened.” The images we create in our mind's eye will be our superpower Worry is a good imagination…creativity. Once you realize this, you can work with it! Visit Anita and see all she has created at the links below: Website: https://dranitajohnston.com/ • Individual Sessions • Workshops and Retreats • Speaking and Trainings Light of the Moon Café: http://lightofthemooncafe.com/ Workbook Interactive online circle...

Clear Tai Chi
S07E04 - Clear Tai Chi Level 1 - Underwater Method - Internal Weight Shifting - Audio

Clear Tai Chi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 60:39


The Underwater Method & the skills of Internal Weight Shifting in Clear Tai Chi.   For more on Clear Tai Chi & Internal Power sign up for our Free Practical Guide to Internal Power: https://InternalPowerGuide.com   Copyright © 2021 by Clear Tai Chi All text, graphics, audio files, Java applets and scripts, downloadable software, and other works on this web site are the copyrighted works of Clear Tai Chi. All Rights Reserved. Any unauthorized redistribution or reproduction of any copyrighted materials on this web site is strictly prohibited.

Clear Tai Chi
S07E04 - Clear Tai Chi Level 1 - Underwater Method - Internal Weight Shifting - Video

Clear Tai Chi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 60:39


The Underwater Method & the skills of Internal Weight Shifting in Clear Tai Chi.   For more on Clear Tai Chi & Internal Power sign up for our Free Practical Guide to Internal Power: https://InternalPowerGuide.com   Copyright © 2021 by Clear Tai Chi All text, graphics, audio files, Java applets and scripts, downloadable software, and other works on this web site are the copyrighted works of Clear Tai Chi. All Rights Reserved. Any unauthorized redistribution or reproduction of any copyrighted materials on this web site is strictly prohibited.

Freedom from CPTSD & Anxiety
Move Towards with Jenna Riemersma

Freedom from CPTSD & Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 37:13


On today's episode I'm joined with therapist and author Jenna Riemersma. We talked about Internal family systems, protective and burdened parts of ourselves and how to begin to move towards them in a gentle way to offer support and acknowledgement. Jenna is the author of the book Altogether You. www.jennariemersma.com ***TRAUMA SUPERCONFERENCE SIGN UP FREE REPLAY- Jan7-13 2022 link https://xz684.isrefer.com/go/trauma/monique Coaching inquires www.thehealingtraumapodcast.com

Technical Sales and Marketing
Picking An Industrial Marketing Agency with MFG Tribe

Technical Sales and Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 16:08


Picking an Industrial Marketing AgencyMost industrial and manufacturing companies need outside help to really boost their marketing performance, there simply aren't enough people in the internal department to cover ALL of the needs. Have you ever tried to hire an agency and run into tons of roadblocks on their experience in your niche? That's exactly why I started MFG Tribe 6 years ago, to help those technical companies with a technical team of people that know EXACTLY what they do.MARKETING TEAM- Most industrial and manufacturing companies have a small team of less than 2- Internal resources are limited because the department can't handle all aspects of marketing- Determine what you can and can't do with your internal teamBUDGET- What should your annual budget be?- Minimum budget should be $5K per month and higher to see significant results- Ideal budget should be $90K - $125K per year depending on how much you want to spend on advertisingTHE WAY WE DO A DISCOVERY CALL- Our initial call is simple, we want to know 3 main things- What are you currently doing with your marketing?- What are you looking to accomplish with your marketing?- What's your monthly or annual budget to achieve this?EXPERIENCE- Work with someone that is focused on the industrial niche- Don't just work with any type of B2B agency- MFG Tribe is the most experienced and strategic in this niche- Less time is spent onboarding you if they know your industrySTRATEGY- Simple for Industrial companies- Build up and continue efforts towards organic SEO- Create content (video and articles)- Focus on LinkedIn as the only social platform- Distribute that content to strategic platforms (social, web, email, tradeshows, etc)TIMELINE- It should not take 3 months to start seeing activity- Onboarding should only take a maximum of 30 days- The faster they move, the quicker you get new opportunities- We start producing content within 3 weeks of signing a contract with usCOMMUNICATION- What's the main method of contacting your agency?- We use Teamwork Projects to communicate ALL information to our clients- We don't email anything, everything goes through the cloud-based software- All history, files, approvals, messages, revisions, etc are located in a single place.PERFORMANCE- What KPI's are you tracking?- What are your goals?- Do you have a 30-60 minute call at the end of the month to review performance and discuss any strategy changes that are needed?#industrialmarketing #manfuacturingmarketing #industrialmarketingagency__________Subscribe For More Video Content :https://www.youtube.com/kylemilanAwesome Playlists :Content Marketing & Social Media :  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdmOG7sUsCQzCW9lipIVtEtGJUn-mliFTSales : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdmOG7sUsCQyeRMYZVnHKbeYT7fjeGhvNMFG Tribe TV : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdmOG7sUsCQxpP555FrTQaYpzlkeaqp0j__________Say Hi on Social:LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylemilan/Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/kylejmilanFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/KyleJMilan/__________Connect For Business:MFG Tribe: https://mfgtribe.comMFG Tribe on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mfgtribe/Technical Sales University: https://training.technicalsalesu.com/enrollTech Sales U on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/techsalesu/

Hire Power Radio
The Danger in Skipping the Interview for Internal Referrals with Todd Ausherman

Hire Power Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 25:19


Most of us have a tendency to fast track anyone who comes through an internal referral. The rationalization is that we automatically trust the referral source so the person will be a great hire. Add time pressure to fill the role and we are ready to extend an offer before the interview takes place. Yes there is an increased likelihood that the person will work out. But there is danger too. Because a person is a referral, is the exact reason why they need to be impressed with your thoroughness in your interview process. This does not dissuade the A-players from joining you. It gives them the impression of excellence expected from everyone within the organization.  Our guest today: Todd Ausherman, CEO of Notaroo Todd is an attorney and entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in building high growth companies in the financial services space.  Having successfully exited multiple companies, while personally hiring hundreds of employees along the way, he is currently building Notaroo, a lending software platform for the mortgage industry.  Todd is here to share his experience with hiring internal referrals. Today we discuss: Why it is critical to thoroughly vet internal referrals How to ensure the the referral fits Challenge today? The internal hire from the company that acquired the company Build from 19-250 people in 3 years Went into default and took two people Got a hero and a zero The zero - had his own way Created a lot of barriers Nothing got done First hire power bred discontent among his tribe Led to a mutiny Unreasonable belief in his ability Project fell flat Why is this important to the company? The team of malcontents poisoned the culture Ultimately the CEO unloaded a bad employee on him Rick's Nuggets Must do diligence for everyone, especially referrals Why is this person being referred to me? Do they align with our values? How do we solve the problem?  Culture first Create a lot of events Break down the communication barriers Humanize himself as a leader Open a channel for people to be heard, raise your hand Spread out the balance of power Minimize the possibility of a mutiny Team leads responsible for smaller teams Decentralized hiring control to the team leads Process that multiple people decided on the hire Recruiting - intro calls Interview conducted in groups of 2- accountability partner Leader final interview Penguin question Hired a person who didn't like penguins(company mascot), it didn't work out. Knockout question: stick to it Fire Fast Eliminate the cancer as soon as you learn of it Rick's Nuggets Values are what form your culture Hiring process! Knockout question! Key Takeaways that the Audience can plug into their business today!  - Value: Sticking to your knockout question Mindful of your key lieutenants and what their motivations are  Confront the uncomfortable truth of seeing a person who is a performer but the agenda is self driven. Don't hide behind a person's performance- cowardly Host Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/ Company: https://www.stridesearch.com/ Podcast: https://www.hirepowerradio.com Authored:  "Healing Career Wounds"  https://amzn.to/3tGbtre HireOS inquiry: rick@stridesearch.com Guest Links: LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddausherman/ Company: :https://www.getnotaroo.com/ Show Sponsor: Criteria Corp: https://www.criteriacorp.com/

Human Capital
32. Founder, Actv8: Strategies for increasing sustainability and profitability. Improving the environment and internal culture while addressing cost pressures.

Human Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 35:39


Jeff and his guest Lynn Yap discuss how the businesses we lead can actually become more sustainable and more profitable at the same time. They discuss how implementing strategies to benefit the environment can also improve company culture, customer loyalty, brand equity, sense of purpose, and ultimately profitability. Lynn Yap is the author of the book “The Altruistic Capitalist: How to Lead for Purpose and Profit.” Lynn shares how companies can create a positive impact for both people and the planet while continuing to satisfy the need to provide a return to shareholders. Lynn and Jeff discuss the difference between shareholder capitalism and stakeholder capitalism, and how to make the business case to the CFO who feels pressured to make decisions to minimize cost at the expense of sustainability. Lynn shares about what first steps leaders can take that have not implemented strategies before. Jeff and Lynn also discuss how companies can leverage their internal and external communication strategies for better differentiation and brand equity in their niche. Lynn discusses the role the B-Corporation plays in effecting change.

Fit Father Project Podcast
FFP Member Stories - Internal Shifts: How Fit Father Nick Made a Profound Health Transformation In a Short Period of Time

Fit Father Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 28:40


Episode 55 of the Fit Father Project Podcast is all about internal shifts and how to make changes to your mindset, emotions, how you operate as a partner or parent, in the way you work, and in any other aspect of your life. In this episode, you'll meet Nick, a 44-year-old father and husband, who found himself feeling tired, fatigued, and just generally miserable.  He was stuck in a rut and he felt like he created a monster — he would wake up every morning and say, ‘this is it, this is the rest of my life.'  He didn't think he could ever feel good about himself again.  Then, he was diagnosed with gout and it got to the point where he couldn't walk because of it.  Enough was finally enough and it was time for a change.  So he started from within, made some internal shifts, and began his health journey. In this episode you'll learn:  How to overcome excuses and stop being in denial. How to hone in on your true motivation. How to focus on your goals and put in the work. How to get better physically, mentally, and emotionally — in everything you do. And so much more! So, if you want to get the most from your health and fitness efforts, listen to this episode on internal shifts, take some notes, and check out https://store.fitfatherproject.com/products/fit-father-30x-program-special?utm_source=blog-post&utm_medium=text-link&utm_term=building-muscle-after-40&utm_content=&utm_campaign=ff30x (FF30X)! What is FF30X?FF30X is a simple, sustainable, and specific weight loss program that is designed especially for busy men over 40. With short metabolic training workouts, an easy-to-follow meal plan, and an accountability team that is there for you at every step, FF30X can help you lose 30, 40, or even 50+ lbs — even if you've never picked up a weight in your life.  https://store.fitfatherproject.com/products/fit-father-30x-program-special?utm_source=blog-post&utm_medium=text-link&utm_term=building-muscle-after-40&utm_content=&utm_campaign=ff30x (Click here) to see what you get when you join the FF30X program today! If you loved what you heard on the Fit Father Project Podcast, please follow, rate, and review it on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fit-father-project-podcast/id1566009525 (Apple Podcasts). REVIEW GIVEAWAY! WIN ONE MONTHS SUPPLY OF SUPER FUEL WHEY OR VEGAN PROTEIN To take part, simply write a review at Apple Podcasts, post a screenshot of your review on your IG stories, and tag us (@fitfatherproject) along with two of your friends! You can also listen to the show on: https://open.spotify.com/show/76gsdCUAFFeablQwEBFHwv (Spotify) https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/75cabb2e-a8bd-4651-b065-b9dfae842465/FIT-FATHER-PROJECT-PODCAST (Amazon Music) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly90aGUtZml0LWZhdGhlci1wcm9qZWN0LmNhcHRpdmF0ZS5mbS9yc3NmZWVk (Google Podcasts) https://www.stitcher.com/show/fit-father-project-podcast (Stitcher) And don't forget to subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/c/fitfatherproject (YouTube Channel) and follow us on https://www.instagram.com/fitfatherproject/ (Instagram), https://www.facebook.com/fitfatherproject (Facebook), https://twitter.com/fitfatherproj (Twitter), and https://www.linkedin.com/company/fit-father-project (LinkedIn)!

Banking on Digital Growth
153) #NewStartsNow: Fintech Collaboration: Why it's beneficial to your business and internal teams

Banking on Digital Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 39:37


Collaboration isn't always the easiest thing to do in finance. Through the COVID-19 pandemic, however, we've seen enough epiphanies from institutions to know that something is changing. And while internal teams may fear change, educating and empowering them will help to bring future success for your company. We speak with two team members at Nymbus, Renee Newman, Industry Advisory Board Member, and John Janclaes, CUSO President, about collaborative efforts of businesses through the pandemic, how business leaders are adapting to the change, and strategies to bring your team on board. We cover: - Listening & collaboration's impact on a positive employee experience - What's keeping financial leaders up at night both positively & negatively - How purpose can act as a central theme for internal teams 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.

Imperfectly Polished Podcast
Episode 57: Time Management Tips For People with ADHD

Imperfectly Polished Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 38:25


With a bunch of shared stories and experiences, we can connect with one another and move forward with life. What things can you avoid and learn quickly that I didn't? I first looked for ADHD after a recommendation from my cardiologist, who referred me to a psychiatrist. I actually went to talk about the need for better focus. I was struggling with the ability to stay focused and stay present. Since our first baby was born, I was always diagnosed with anxiety and depression. I struggled with both until a few months ago when I visited a psychiatrist to discuss the focus issue. In doing so, I only imagined a new antidepressant or probably a different dosage. I didn't have high hopes for anything major changing. Truthfully, being a mom of three and running a business, I am always trying to find ways to be efficient. The focus issues that I experienced and had always experienced were tied to being an overachiever, someone who had a million things going on and had a hard time saying no. It turns out that the inability to plan and understand time well, the anxiety, depression, and so many things were connected to ADHD diagnosis. So in this episode, I get to talk about very specific time management tips; if you have ADHD or suspect you have it, that will be beneficial. Over the years, I have sought out so many professionals for help to manage my time better effectively and be the best I could be. Tune in and learn how you can get better at it! Timestamps: [07:20] Why do we lack the ability to plan? [10:15] Planning backward [13:36] Scheduling tasks [15:14] Putting everything on a timer [17:04] Creating rewards for finishing tasks [20:25] Running project narratives [23:40] External versus Internal ability [26:10] Change your self-talk and keep a time management win list. [30:19] Doubling or tripling the amount of time you think a task can take [32:31] Having a planner or planning app. To catch our previous episodes on ADHD Episode 6: Could It Be ADHD? Episode 9: Late Life ADHD Diagnosis and Entrepreneurship with Certified Coach Cathy Rashidian Episode 14: 3 Things I Had NO Idea Were Connected to ADHD To learn more about my coaching, photography, podcast, and to stay connected, visit me at: Alisha Crossley Website Alisha Crossley Photography Website Alisha's Amazon Favorites List Alisha Crossley Photography Instagram Alisha Crossley Official Instagram To learn more about The Artisan's Advantage Signature Course, click on the link below: The Artisan's Advantage Signature Course

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs
Starting an Internal Training Program w/ Trevor

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 35:26


Trevor Matthews, the founder of Refrigeration Mentor, returns to the podcast to talk about starting up an internal training program for an HVAC/R company. In some cases, the best lead technicians don't want to be head trainers if the responsibility is forced upon them. However, when there is a solid training plan in place, those senior technicians might actually find the task enjoyable. The first step to starting a training program is to ask the apprentices and technicians where their skills are at and how they want to develop their skills. That way, you can map out a program that works for the technician and figure out how to make time for thorough training.  When you grow people within your company, you'll likely see more success than when you outsource training. It takes longer to develop the relevant skills in outsourced people; so, when you develop a solid internal training program, you can sustain it with the people who pioneered it.  We also need to focus on evaluation in training. When we assess our techs' skills, we add accountability to our training programs. However, it takes time for techs to grow from a training program, and we need to make sure we're rewarding progress. Training also works best as a team approach. When we look at the techs' strengths, we can diversify the training program and make sure that several skill bases are covered. Trevor and Bryan also discuss: Common excuses to avoid training Motivated trainers and technicians Labor shortage and skills gap Visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning preferences Prevention-based training Managerial involvement in training   Learn more about Refrigeration Mentor at https://refrigerationmentor.com/.  If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE. Check out information on the 2022 HVACR Training Symposium at https://hvacrschool.com/symposium/.

Sh*t They Don’t Tell You with Nikki Limo and Steve Greene
UNSOLVED CHRISTMAS MYSTERIES - Murder, Kidnapping & Spontaneous Internal Combustion!

Sh*t They Don’t Tell You with Nikki Limo and Steve Greene

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 67:27


As Nikki and Steve take a much-needed holiday break, we are proud to present a revisiting of our favorite holiday episode ever. Enjoy! Sometimes the holidays are peaceful, serene, and joyous, and other times the holidays are filled with people spontaneously bursting into flames. This special episode of Sh*t includes stories about the latter. From all of us here at the Sh*t They Don't Tell You family, we wish you and yours a happy holiday and a splendid new year! Follow the podcast on Insta: @shttheydonttellyou Follow Nikki on Insta: @NikkiLimo Follow Steve on Insta: @SteveGreeneComedy To watch the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/STDTYPodYouTube Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening, or by using this link: http://bit.ly/ShtTheyDontTellYou If you want to support the show, and get all our episodes ad-free go to: https://stdty.supercast.tech/ If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/ShtTheyDontTellYou   To submit your questions/feedback, email us at: podcast@nikki.limo To call in with questions/feedback, leave us a voicemail at: (765) 734-0840 To visit our Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/stikki  To watch more Nikki & Steve on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nikkilimo To check out Nikki's Jewelry Line: https://kittensandcoffee.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Security In Five Podcast
Episode 1127 - A Case Of Failed Procedures And The Internal Threats In Health Care

Security In Five Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 7:51


This episode talks about a situation at a health care company that started out as a theft investigation but ended as a non-issue. Listen to hear what happened and how you can reflect on your organization to see if you are making the same mistakes. Be aware, be safe. Get ExpressVPN, Secure Your Privacy And Support The ShowBecome A Patron! Patreon Page *** Support the podcast with a cup of coffee *** - Ko-Fi Security In Five —————— Where you can find Security In Five —————— Security In Five Reddit Channel r/SecurityInFive Binary Blogger Website Security In Five Website Security In Five Podcast Page - Podcast RSS Twitter @securityinfive iTunes, YouTube, TuneIn, iHeartRadio,

Economist Radio
Relocation, relocation, relocation: America's internal migration

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 24:08


The flood of people out of cities is unlike anything since the suburbanisation of the 1950s; we examine the inevitable economic and political consequences. After years of reporting our correspondent concludes that the mutual disdain of a country's northern and southern halves is a curious human universal. And a sojourn to fact-check Julius Caesar's accounts of his triumphs in France.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Intelligence
Relocation, relocation, relocation: America's internal migration

The Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 24:08


The flood of people out of cities is unlike anything since the suburbanisation of the 1950s; we examine the inevitable economic and political consequences. After years of reporting our correspondent concludes that the mutual disdain of a country's northern and southern halves is a curious human universal. And a sojourn to fact-check Julius Caesar's accounts of his triumphs in France.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Real Talk w/ Ben Tompkins
Christen Garland on Solopreneurship, Nurturing Growth, and Overcoming Internal/External Expectations

Real Talk w/ Ben Tompkins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 87:16


Christen Garland is a web/graphic designer, a brand specialist, a solopreneur, and a nurturer of all things growth. We first connected back in 2015 at the University of Kentucky: two students both just trying to figure out their paths. Through social media, we've been able to stay connected, and in the time since graduation, I've admired her hustle from afar as she's leaned into her gifts, her passions, and her pursuit of personal growth

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
0538 - I Tricked an Entire Dinner Party Using Only a Stick Of Deodorant - Those Suckers Never Knew

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 11:46


Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote.

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka
It Takes a Village...Do You Know Who You Can Trust?

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 7:24


The best and most impactful community development finance projects are not done by any one bank, CDFI or community partner. The most monumental community-based projects are forged over time with strong leadership (and trust!) and the fortitude to manage the never-ending variables that are often required when driving impact into the most disadvantaged communities. This is where your internal and external partners come into play. Internal partners include executive management, commercial lenders, loan servicing, your investment/treasury division, compliance and legal, and marketing and PR. External partners include private sector businesses, nonprofit organizations, philanthropic entities, governmental agencies, commercial and private developers, and practitioners/consultants.These community development projects tend to take a couple of years and have many people and partners cycle through the deal. Oftentimes, CRA Officers play a convening role by offering to meet in a bank conference room or to coordinate virtual meetings. Your work in this regard will likely garner community development service hours for your bank as well.No matter the role you play, it is important to keep all stakeholders apprised of the project along the way. This is especially true for internal partners as equity sources and credit enhancements fall into place to make the seemingly un-doable deals, well, doable! I hope you now have a sense of all of the key players and can call upon them as you embark on your community development initiatives. Quotes• “It's very important that you keep all of your internal partners aware of the community development work you're doing, so when financing comes to play everybody is aware of the role you might play in community.” (02:38-02:53)Want to learn more about the CRA? Consider joining the CRA Hub, a membership for bankers to connect, inspire, and master the art of CRA: https://cratoday.com/hub/ LinksCRA Today Website: https://cratoday.com/ Copyright © 2021 by CRA Today LLC(No claim to original U.S. government material)All rights reserved. No part of this podcast may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the author and publisher.This podcast is a periodic publication of CRA Today LLC and is intended to notify and inspire recipients of new developments in the Community Reinvestment Act. It should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances. The contents are intended for general informational purposes only, and you are urged to consult your own attorney concerning your situation and specific legal questions you have.Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

The Long and The Short Of It
169. Internal Google Translator

The Long and The Short Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 17:43


Jen has a mindset tool that she often uses (one of many), and this week she clues Pete in to the way she translates between positive and negative thought and language.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What is the Internal Google Translator, and what is it's purpose?Are there times when it might be helpful to translate from the positive to the negative?How might one learn and use this mindset strategy?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).

Badass Women at Any Age
110 Up to No Good with Jane Wilson

Badass Women at Any Age

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 34:04


Overwhelmed by the life she thought she wanted, Jane Wilson realized that her dream of being a lifelong early childhood educator wasn't the path she was destined to follow.  Reluctantly accepting her friend's challenge to step out of her comfort zone and take a pole dancing class, Jane's path took an unexpected turn into a world she never imagined.  Jane's journey to the pole brought her new found motivation, inner strength, mindset and passion for teaching others to do the same.  Jane is the author of Up To No Good Club and a fitness instructor. Jane has taught over 10,000 people to feel strong, sexy and confident through pole dancing.  She has spent over a decade teaching pole fitness, heels and cheer dancing while encouraging women to bang their heels and love their curves. Jane is also a Social Media Marketing Specialist and Professional Speaker. She was the Founder of PoleFit Nation and Owner of Aradia Fitness. She presents and coaches throughout the country in person and virtually.   What You Will Hear in This Episode:  Jane's transformation from Early Childhood Educator to a pole dancer The dance industry and societies view and judgement Physical strength and inner strength Understanding failure and being strong through the failure Challenges women face and developing your mindset Internal motivation vs. external motivation The book Up To No Good Club The challenges Jane faced in writing the book Tips that Jane offers in the book Quotes; “Starting any new physical activity is challenging. However, the more you practice and show up for classes, the easier it becomes.” “It is ok to step out of your comfort zone and fail.” “Everybody has challenges to navigate, but mindset brings people above it.” “We, as adults, need to focus on building internal motivation.”   Mentioned: Up To No Good Club Janewilson.com The Artist's Way IG @TheJaneWilson  @Beginnerpoledancing Kindra https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/  Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age Not Done Yet! Not Done Yet! Amazon Bonniemarcusleadership.com The Politics of Promotion Fb @Bonnie.Marcus LinkedIn: @Bonniemarcus Twitter: @selfpromote IG: @self_promote_  

Voice of Influence
218: How to Build Your Internal Capacity to Handle Pressure

Voice of Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 17:59


"I used to spend a lot of time journaling, processing the areas of life that cause stress, looking for the common thread that runs throughout the things that weigh on my heart. I don't do this in writing as much anymore. Writing takes so much time… But important things — internal things — take time. Journaling isn't an intellectual exercise for me, it is a spiritual one. It's something that slows me down long enough to be present to my inner life. It helps me get back in touch with my fears and then remember what I've learned about turning my fears into love.  This is soul-level work. It's something I'll avoid with busyness when I fear the truth. But then at some point I remember that shining a light on the truth in my heart is the only way to find peace. It's the only way to release my soul back into a state of love and abundance."   In this week's episode, Andrea shares from both her head and heart about the process of turning fear into expressions of love.  Learn about how our Team Performance System and Personal Brand Strategy can Help You Serve Well and Sell More at  www.voiceofinfluence.net   Read the transcript here:   https://www.voiceofinfluence.net/218Give and receive feedback that makes a difference! Register for our 20 minute Deep Impact Method video course here:  www.voiceofinfluence.net/deepimpact

It's The Bearded Man
152. Lewis Howes : Create Internal Peace, Writing Your Own Script & Holding Yourself Accountable

It's The Bearded Man

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 75:35


Lewis Howes is the host of Top 100 Global Podcast, The School Of Greatness. He's a NY Times Bestselling author of The School Of Greatness & The Mask of Masculinity. He's been featured on Ellen, Good Morning America, The Today Show, People, Men's Health & many other major media outlets.   Topics : - Therapy and Expressing Emotions - Writing Your Own Script - Owning the Leadership - Belief and Support - Boundaries and Holding Yourself Accountable - Finding your peace - Thinking in Extreme Terms   Connect with Lewis! Instagram : @LewisHowes YouTube : @LewisHowes Website : LewisHowes.com Check out The School Of Greatness Podcast! iTunes   Get sustained energy with Tenzo Tea! Use my promo code for 25% off EVERY order : THEBEARDEDMAN Tenzotea.co   Sign up for the Stay Dialed In Newsletter! You wanna help blow this podcast up? GREAT! Here's how: Leave a 5 star review on the podcast app with your hot take of the show Share out the episode on your IG story tagging me @Bobbbaaaay —- Follow The Bearded Man! Instagram : @Bobbbaaaay YouTube : @BobbyHobert Twitter : @Bobbbaaaay Website : ItsTheBeardedMan.com 

The Dom Giordano Program
Kenny Xu Takes Salvation Army Internal Survey on Racism

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 9:59


Kenny Xu, a repeat guest on the Dom Giordano Program and author of An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American, rejoins Dom to lead off the third hour of today's show. Xu recently wrote an opinion piece for the Daily Wire, in which he dissected an internal survey sent by Salvation Army concerning racism. Xu takes us through the survey, and explains why he believes that the organization is hoping to be called racist for some odd reason. Also, Xu updates Dom on his continued fight to find justice for Asian students, who often get the short end of the stick in the equity debate. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Minimalists Podcast
Beyond Stuff, What Have The Minimalists Learned About Minimizing Internal Clutter?

The Minimalists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:07


Joshua and Ryan talk about minimizing stress, depression, and worry. Listen to the full episode at patreon.com/theminimalists

The Doug Gottlieb Show
Hour 2 - Baker Mayfield has been dealing with "internal things"

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 48:36


Reacting to Baker Mayfield telling Kurt Warner in an interview that he has been dealing with "a lot of internal things" this year, Doug says a franchise quarterback should never tell the media about anything that goes on in the locker room. Doug thinks there are certain things athletes should not let us in on, and that is one. Bruce Arians said he will decide on Antonio Brown's future with the team by the end of the week, Doug thinks Arians is torn between wanting to get rid of a guy who was intentionally dishonest and irresponsible and keeping a receiver that Tom Brady likes a lot. NFL Analyst for NBC Sports Chris Simms joins Doug to give his thoughts on the Rams big Monday Night win and what it means for the Cardinals, if Tom Brady should be the MVP, and what to make of the Urban Meyer situation. Plus, Doug reacts to Brady Quinn's take on the Urban Meyer situation. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Financial Advisor Success
Ep 259: Facilitating An Internal Succession Plan As The Pathway To Put Clients First with Patricia Houlihan

Financial Advisor Success

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 81:09


Patricia Houlihan is the Founder of Houlihan Financial Resource Group, an independent RIA based out of Washington, DC, that oversees $345 million in AUM for 150 households. She joins the show today to share how she has successfully implemented an internal succession plan with her son and a second advisor that ensures continuity of services for clients over maximizing the value of the sale, as well as why having her name as part of the firm's name is not a hindrance in her plan. Listen in as she opens up about how she has built her succession plan to put clients first, including how she has ensured relationships between all of the firm's advisors and their clients so there is trust with more than just Patricia herself. You'll learn what it was like being a female financial advisor in the 1980s—when the industry was very much a “boy's club”—and what Patricia sees as the key to success for any financial advisor. For show notes and more visit: https://www.kitces.com/259

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA
Managing Your Internal Toxic Load

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 6:47


In this episode we sit down with Julie Waltz to talk about managing your internal toxic load. We'll discuss what you're ingesting that could contribute to our toxic load, the potential effects of ingesting these toxins and how essential oils can help you manage your toxic load?

Gay Talk 2.0: The Ultimate LGBT PodCast
GayTalk 2.0 – Episode 285 – TFTT: The Dangers of Lateral Internal Sphincterotomies

Gay Talk 2.0: The Ultimate LGBT PodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 78:59


On the first half of today's show the boys just dish! Nick talks about the practicality of Christmas once you're older, but still waiting an iPad. The boy then discuss… The post GayTalk 2.0 – Episode 285 – TFTT: The Dangers of Lateral Internal Sphincterotomies appeared first on GAYTALK 2.0: An LGBT Podcast.

The Nocturnists
S4 E4: Sharing the Air

The Nocturnists

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 35:39


Internal medicine physician Natasha Spottiswoode reflects on her flying days from Oxford while teaching a green intern how to recognize whether patients are "sick" or "not sick." The Nocturnists are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE CME credits for healthcare professionals. Visit ce.vcuhealth.org/nocturnists to claim credit for this episode. Find show notes, transcript, and more at thenocturnists.com.