Oli und Loffi steigen in dieser Episode tief hinab in den düsteren, inneren Hobbykeller und jagen dort der Frage nach, was man mit seiner Freizeit, seiner so wertvollen Ich-Zeit, eigentlich alles hätte anstellen können. So ist das eben, wenn der Rubikon der eigenen Vergänglichkeit allmählich überschritten ist. Mit Mitte 40 ist der Lack halt ab. Eben waren wir noch voller Leidenschaften, wollten Musiker, Sportler, Künstler sein. Carpe diem, seize the day, boys! So lehrte uns doch schließlich einst der große Robin Williams! Und nun hängt die Wand voller Gitarren, Pinsel und Staffelei stehen stets bereit, der Tennis-Schläger ist frisch bespannt, alles ist da - nur spielen will man mit Euch nicht. Keine Zeit, jetzt nicht. Wie kommen wir aus dieser verdrießlichen Lage wieder raus? Zurück ins Billard-Café, nur noch einmal “KiBa on the rocks”! Versucht es mal mit Modelleisenbahn, will man da rufen! Das wäre altersgemäß. Immer schön H0, immer alles auf Spur! Auch im Sinne der hängenden Hoden. Die Folge wird Dir präsentiert von: OUTFITTERY Trau dich -dich zu zeigen, neue Facetten von dir zu zeigen! Probiermal was Neues! https://www.outfittery.de/ 15% auf die Bestellung mit dem Code: LIEB15 Feedback an: firstname.lastname@example.org
“I've been an artist as long as I can remember,” says Kiba. Originally from Chicago, IL, artist Stephon Kiba Freeman came to Wisconsin to study art at UW-Stevens Point. He is a spray paint artist and says, “spray painting is like trying to control chaos … I don't try to control everything that that includes the outcome.” In this episode of Black Oxygen, Kiba discusses being an artist, being a father and making Wisconsin his home. #BlackOxygePodcast #BlackinWisconsin #BlackArtistsinWisconsin #BlackArtists #Madison365 #BlackInCentralWisconsin #KibaFreeman #SprayPaintArt #BlackInStevensPoint #StevensPoint #DopeBlackPodcasts #DopeBlackArt #Wisconsin #KibaFreemanArt Links and resources https://www.kibafreemanart.com https://www.stevenspointarea.com/blog/post/meet-the-artist-stephon-kiba-freeman/ https://www.stevenspointjournal.com/story/news/2021/07/12/stevens-point-spray-paint-artist-stephon-kiba-freeman-creates-worzalla-publishing-mural/7777982002/
This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... Doug & Jenn sit down with elite voice actor Kyle Hebert to discuss one of the most popular genres in all of anime: Shonen Anime. Having done countless voices for characters over the years (Adult Gohan in Dragon Ball Z/Super, Kiba in Naruto, Aizen in Bleach... just to name a few), Kyle shares his thoughts on the genre, experiences in voice acting, and tells us why shonen anime is here to stay. PLUS ULTRA!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at email@example.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Kyle Hebert ------Kyle Hebert's WebsiteKyle Hebert's Podcast (Intergalactic Boom Box - Apple, Spotify, Overcast)Kyle Hebert on InstagramKyle Hebert on TwitterKyle Hebert on CameoFanX Salt Lake Comic Convention
On this episode of BlockChannel, McKie sits down with Kiba Gateaux, another Handshake OG, developer, and longtime supporter. Kiba has worked on cross-chain initiatives, and was one of the first in the community to spearhead such efforts. Various aspects of the Handshake community are discussed, and we get a more personal understanding of who Kiba from the HNS community really is. Show Link(s): Handshake: https://Handshake.org Intro/Outro Music "Grateful" by Stevie Ray: https://soundcloud.com/connorpricemusic/grateful-callmestevieray-connor-price Show Supporter:(s): Amentum: https://Amentum.org Disclaimer: This is not investment advice, it is an engaged discussion on new technology; BlockChannel reminds you to always do your own due diligence before investing in any crypto-related project in the industry.
Episodes discussed: 498 & 499 Holy moly, can y'all believe there's only one more episode of Naruto Shippuden? But before we get there, we need to find out how Kiba and Shino get their gift, and then explore more of the clear affair happening between Kakashi and Iruka. It's NARUSHOW!
Gather round one and all to the NPNBB and BYOB as we cover four more episodes of Naruto Shippuden filler. Tenten reflects on how she became a utility ninja. Sai has a day off. InoShikaCho hang out with the Eternal Genin (who is back for some reason). Kiba doesn't have the fox in him. Check out the link below for a banging deal on Naruto brainrot. patreon.com/believeit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/believeit/message
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The Swag's in spaceship mode right now for the Mizukage as he faces down Gaara after taking out Ohnoki (Ohnoki's not dead, he just threw his back out) and it's a swagged out battle between two top heavyweights. Then, we just do the Sound 4 fight again with no changes to the results. Real G shit how they made us waste that episode. Oh and Kiba sucks.
In a world full of shinobi, we ask ourselves who are the best? Who stands atop the tower of power! The kages have spent HOURS putting together our top 5 list of the shinobi of the Naruto world. Join us as we make lists that will be sure to entertain. Where will Naruto be on the list? Will any of us put Sakura as a top 5 character? Where the hell is Kiba and why do we never talk about him? All these questions will be answered so stay tuned!Social MediaPodcast Instagram - Hookahge.snailgangArt Instagram - thanatos.productions
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Ach du dicke Scholle! Jannik ist zerkniddert vom Vortag - es war Vaddertach (wie jeden Tag) und Lennart hingegen mutierte in den letzten 24 Stunden zum Langweiler und wollte ScHlAf NaChHoLeN .... Wenn diese Folge ein Saft wäre, würde sie sich aus folgendem zusammensetzen: - Spinat - Kohlrabi - Ingwer - Wurstwasser - Rote Beete - Tofu - Karotten- & Tomatensaft - getrockneter Knoblauch - Seetang Sind wa nicht stolz drauf, aber was willste machen... Also nicht lange fackeln und schnell runter damit. Für Aussetzer des Magen- und Darm Traktes übernehmen wir keine Verantwortung.
David and Josh have a fantastic conversation with Kiba K9s based out of Brooklyn New York. Kiba runs a dog training center in Brooklyn working with all sorts of different issues. Kiba reached out to Miracle K9 a few weeks ago to discuss some issues he had with a recent post that we made which sparked a beautiful conversation about differing methods and why we do things the way that we do. You can learn more about him at @kibak9s on Instagram and Kirubell Yohannes on Facebook.
Kisses For EB is a non-profit created in 2017 after Kiba was born in 2015. EB is short for epidermolysis bullosa: a very rare genetic disorder that affects about 200 births yearly worldwide. EB individuals are missing the protein in their skin layers to keep their layers together. any sort of friction can cause blisters and wounds, there is no known cure and only pain management and wound care, EB individuals are more apt to get infections. Kisses For EB was created to bring awareness to the community and to bring assistance to the individuals and families that live with the most horrible disease you have never heard of.
Heute Sprechen wir über Team 8, also Shino, Kiba und Kurenei (nicht Hinata weil wir sie schon gesondert besprochen haben). Wir kündigen auch etwas an… Viel Spaß mit Folge 14 Discord: https://discord.gg/YTVqqepa Website: https://dernarutopodcast.bookmark.com Instagram: dernarutopodcast
Bienvenue chez les Rebuts du Catch pour le tout premier podcast 100% catch Japonais, le podcast qui fait des review et preview des show de catch japonais, Puromania c'est une émission hebdomadaire disponible tous les Jeudis. Le Compte Twitter de Miyano : https://twitter.com/seadlinnng_enfr La Boutique des Rebuts du Catch : https://les-rebuts-du-catch.creator-spring.com/ Pour écouter nos podcast en format audio : https://www.podcastics.com/podcast/les-rebuts-du-catch/ Le discord des Rebuts du Catch : https://discord.gg/qNe78fQ Rejoignez cette chaîne pour bénéficier d'avantages exclusifs : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKNcd4v-KaBBGT1NnkPrYWg/join Nous suivre : @CodyRebuts @MaxRebuts @FabRebuts @JrmiePar Twitter : @RebutsDuCatch Facebook : Les Rebuts du Catch Twitch de Cody : https://www.twitch.tv/cody_mc_wild Twitch de Max : https://www.twitch.tv/oupscmax Boutique de Fab : https://www.redbubble.com/fr/people/FabLeKl1/shop?asc=u N'oubliez pas de lâcher un like, de partager la vidéo si vous l'avez kiffé et surtout de vous abonner à la chaîne pour suivre nos prochaines vidéos #PURORESU #Podcast #CATCH Rejoignez cette chaîne pour bénéficier d'avantages exclusifs : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKNcd4v-KaBBGT1NnkPrYWg/join
Enjoy a marvelous conversation with KibaDoglover45, an animator and web comic artist with an incredible comic with Circus of Freaks, as we discuss their journey through Croatia and DeviantArt, animating for Spindlehorse, the plethora of characters created, pitless cherries, and so much more. Kiba's Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/KibaDoglover45 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Kibadoglover45 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kibadoglover45 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kibadoglover45/ DeviantArt: https://www.deviantart.com/kibadoglover45 Join the PMAP Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pmap Merch shop: https://pmap.creator-spring.com/ Visit the Apocalypse Podcast Network website to find your new favorite podcast: https://apocalypsepodcastnetwork.com/ The Honey Leavitt Show: https://soundcloud.com/thehoneyleavittshow Join the Apocalypse Podcast Network Discord: https://discord.gg/NWWErt3dA5 Outro Song - "Parts In Motion" - Vera Much Stream her newest EP "Thank U!": https://open.spotify.com/album/3AO61mm8a81osp9FsPpFgv?si=sZ2Pq_aSTbWLzHLwff2Rig Linktree (To find other platforms, socials, etc.): https://linktr.ee/PostModernArtPodcast For business inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Nathan Ragland and Maria Moreno Maria's Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TipsyJHearts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tipsyjhearts/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tipsyjhearts Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/tipsyjhearts Portfolio: https://tipsyjhearts.wixsite.com/portfolio Go out there and create something amazing!
In 1:53 ist diese beste 38. Folge EVER fertig. Oder auch nicht. Oder schon früher. Mal sehen. Wir bleiben unberechenbar und spannend wie eine Waschmaschine. Denn wir wissen, was Muttis wollen! Themen heute: Erziehung - Wie viele Gefühle haben Männer? Wasser - Wirklich besser als KiBa? Schüler - Wie fest darf man sie wirklich schütteln? Gitarren - Sind sie der heilige Gral der Kreativität? Schalten Sie ein und genießen Sie das Schonwaschprogramm #SehrGuteUnterhaltung zum Sonntag! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sehrguteunterhaltung/message
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WE FINALLY GOT NEW MICS! Hope you guys can hear us better. I certainly could during editing. So glad we finally got some! So, we got a lot going on in this episode. We see the Tenten and Temari fight, the Shikamaru and Kin fight, and the Kiba and Naruto fight! God, I love the chunin exam arc! Lila has some questions for you the viewers! We'll read some of the answers that we like and I'll read them in my Orochimaru voice! Who is your favorite kunoichi and why? How do you think Sasuke would have reacted during the Naruto vs. Kiba fight if he was there? Part 2 of the question, Would Sakura still have been so gung ho for Naruto? Even if we're on episode 80 of the pod by the time you see this, let us know! So contact us on our email at email@example.com or leave a post or comment on our facebook page Facebook.com/nindopod. You can also leave us a tweet or DM on twitter @nindopodcast! Of course, if you like what you heard, support us on patreon.com/nindopodcast! We have a genin tier for $2/month for general support, a chunin tier for $5/month that will give you access to our discord and earn you a shoutout on the podcast, and a $10/month jonin tier that gives you early access to episodes, the opportunity to have a voice message played on the podcast, plus everything in the chunin tier! We want to hear from you! So hit us up on our gmail at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow our twitch! twitch.tv/nindopodcast Also leave us a 5 star review and as soon as we see them we will shout them out on our podcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nindo/message
We start out the podcast with a little Ino-Shika-Cho! They've stepped in to help Sakura as she was having her head busted open by Zaku. After that we get to see Team 8, Hinata, Kiba, and Shino, get a little more curious than they should be. Well mostly Kiba. In the last episode that we cover, Team 7 is dealing with the fact that they've spent a lot of time recovering and barely have any time left to get a scroll. Of course, if you like what you heard, support us on patreon.com/nindopodcast! We have a genin tier for $2/month for general support, a chunin tier for $5/month that will give you access to our discord and earn you a shoutout on the podcast, and a $10/month jonin tier that gives you early access to episodes, the opportunity to have a voice message played on the podcast, plus everything in the chunin tier! We want to hear from you! So hit us up on our gmail at email@example.com Give us a like on our Facebook and follow us on twitter and twitch! Fb: facebook.com/nindo. Twitter: @nindopodcast Twitch: twitch.tv/nindopodcast Also leave us a 5 star review and as soon as we see them we will shout them out on our podcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nindo/message
How are you always closing on the next steps? As female entrepreneurs, often solopreneurs, sales are a huge part of our businesses. However, sales and the art of selling don't always come naturally to many of us. Today's guest, Amy Looper, shares her selling tips and how being an entrepreneur pulled her out of a seven-year postpartum depression. Listen in as we talk sales, entrepreneurship, and maternal health and wellness. In 2020, Amy Looper exited her award-winning software sales career and founded her first company, Relativity Sells. The journey through entrepreneurism led to a breakthrough in personal life, overcoming a 7 year period of postpartum depression and anxiety after having two kids and losing a close family member to suicide. Amy attributes her successful breakthrough to becoming an entrepreneur, giving herself the space to heal, create, help others, and have the flexibility to be present with her kids. Amy is now the founder of two coaching companies, Relativity Sells which is focused on coaching tech founders in sales best practices and supporting growth-stage startups with sales enablement. In November 2021, Amy launched Postpartum Coaching With Heart designed to help other women break through the darkness of postpartum depression and provide corporations maternal mental wellness awareness training. During this episode, we talk about: Importance of creation energy (2:54) Thinking like a founder (4:26) Sales, Service, and Authenticity (8:28) Postpartum depression and maternal health (14:24) Free postpartum resources (23:35) Visit Amy: Websites: https://www.amyleighlooper.com/ and https://www.relativitysells.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amylooper1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amyleighlooper/ Amy's special gift to Collab with Kiva listeners: Submit a contact form at www.amyleighlooper.com and mention the phrase STRESS LESS ACHIEVE MORE to receive 1 free complimentary coaching session. Founder Sales Accelerator starting January 5th. Visit https://www.relativitysells.com/founder-sales-accelerator/ to receive 2 free bonus advisory sessions if you sign up before 12/31! Thanks for tuning in to another episode of Collab with Kiva. Growth stage, brick-and-mortar business owners come to Kiva to document their day-to-day processes and optimize their systems to free up their time and grow their revenue and impact without investing more time in their business. >> Every good team has a playbook. Does yours? Ready to build out your business playbook to not only take things off of your plate but help your business scale? Book a call with Kiva => https://www.the516collaborative.com/schedule-call Let's stay connected! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kivaslade/ Website: https://www.the516collaborative.com/ Show Transcript: Kiva Slade 0:01 Hello and welcome to Collab with Kiva. I'm your host Kiva, Slade. From the marbled halls of the US Congress to my racing-themed office chair. I've learned that there is no perfect path to the life of your dreams. My journey over the past 20 years has included being a legislative director for a member of Congress, policy director for a nonprofit, stay-at-home mom, homeschooling mom, jewelry biz owner, and now the owner of a service-based business. Whether your journey has been a straight line, or full of zigs and zags. Join me and my guest as we share insights hope in lessons learned from our email entrepreneurship journeys. May the collaborative sharing of our stories be the tide that lifts your boat? Let's dive in. Hello, and welcome to another episode of Collab with Kiba. I'm your host Kiva Slade, and today I am excited to welcome Amy Looper to the show. Amy is a founder and purpose-led entrepreneur so I personally love that title. And a little bit more about Amy in 2020, she exited her award-winning software sales career and founded her first company, relativity, relativity cells. The journey through entrepreneurialism has led her to a breakthrough in not only her personal life, because she overcame a seven-year period of postpartum depression and anxiety. After having two kids and losing a close family member to suicide. Amy attributes her successful breakthrough to becoming an entrepreneur, giving herself the space to heal, create, help others and have the flexibility to be present with her kids. And that is such a huge bonus so I can totally relate to that. Amy though know is also the founder of two coaching companies - Relativity Sells, which is focused on coaching tech founders and sales best practices and supporting growth-stage startups. Its sales enablement, enablement. And in November of this year, Amy launched Postpartum Coaching with Heart designed to help other women break through the darkness of postpartum depression, and provide corporations with maternal mental wellness, and awareness training. And those are so valuable as a mom myself. So welcome to Collab with Kiva. Amy, it's so wonderful to have you. Amy Looper 2:27 Thank you Kiva, for having me today. Yes, Kiva Slade 2:30 there's so many things that I feel like we can definitely touch base on. Some of them, we could dive deep into rather personal level, I personally lost my brother to suicide, so I can totally relate to you as it relates to that as well. So we're gonna start off though, with more of a business focus. And let's just talk about how did becoming an entrepreneur actually changed your life? Amy Looper 2:54 Yeah, I think, you know, becoming an entrepreneur, you you cannot, you can't hide behind any mask anymore, right? You don't have a team to hide behind or leverage that you just have to get out there and be raw, and, and create. And oftentimes, I think in that creation energy, we find, you really kind of redefine ourselves again. And that's certainly happened for me, you know, and it came in a good point where my kids were starting to get out of the baby phases. And I said, you know, what, I'm at that point in motherhood, where I need to, like, go create and kind of find myself again. So it was a perfect journey to go through. Kiva Slade 3:32 Yeah, absolutely love that. I mean, I think that that, you know, it's like the motherhood part of us. We're like, yes, we're here for the kids. And we love all of that. But there is still such a yearning inside of us to, as you said, create something, or to build something. And to utilize those skills that we have in out of that I've seen a lot of businesses birthed by women because of that creative nature that we do innately possess. So let's talk about something that is somewhat difficult for founders of businesses. And that really comes around finding what is your best market? Or who is your best market? So if you're in an early stage founder, how do you recommend that they can validate their ideas quickly, especially when it comes time to, you know, kind of blocking out some of the noise that's out there that might have them going in many different directions at once? Amy Looper 4:26 Yeah, a couple of things. So first of all, I think as a founder, you need to really like dive in deep to reading what you want to do, not what you think in your head like you have to do as a business. But trying to reconnect your heart and your mind together to really read like where do I really want to take this thing? Because only you yourself know the skills you know that you innately have and you know the people that you want to work with, but more tact more more tactical recommendation would also be to You know, interview your top friends, your family members, interview people maybe that you've worked with people that are in your kind of your trusted circle, and ask them like, Where? Where do they see your expertise? Like, what is the value that they turn to you for? And because oftentimes that feedback, you may not even realize you're helping someone or you're providing influence on someone on something that you didn't even recognize yourself. And it may take your business and you know, a little bit of a different direction, or help you niche down into specializing in one certain area. Kiva Slade 5:34 Yeah, I think we have a lot of blind spots, you know, something that comes easy for us, we don't think of it as necessarily a skill set that someone would pay for. Because to us, it's like, oh, goodness, I can do that in my sleep. But because we can do it in our sleep, oftentimes, most other people cannot do it in their sleep. And that's the I love that getting feedback from others. And that outside kind of, you know, validation, and a lot of cases is so helpful as we begin to move forward. So let's talk fails, because that's a tricky one, I feel for a lot of solo based entrepreneurs in particular, they get they freak out over sales calls, but they know they need to have sales calls in order to grow their business. So you have a sales career, how do you feel that was preparation for your life as an entrepreneur, Amy Looper 6:27 you know, it's funny, I sold my whole career and then becoming a solo entrepreneur, it is totally a different game, it is totally different game, you have to sell yourself. And that is instead of somebody else's product, right? That has been like marketed and all the things. But, but really, what it comes down to is really being authentic and creating authentic relationships, you know, and not thinking about thinking about as, like, I have to make 50 calls today, or I have to do this thing called sales, when really I think of it as a four letter word, like just thinking about, like, I created this business, because I want to make X amount of impact, but in the world. And so if I can act with people and build authentic relationships, and connect with them with value, I'm going to be able to then a validate my business, but be, you know, get closer to creating the impact that I want to. And I think we, you know, get out of that mode of like, I have to make a certain number of dials out to make a certain amount of money, I have to do all the numbers, things that are logical side tells us to do, you can then just make it a lot more fun and just a lot easier process. Yeah, I think approaching it from that standpoint of, you know, I'm trying to help someone solve a problem, you know, and that's what I know that I can do. And, you know, if they're a fit, that's great, but I think there's something with understanding that not every call is going to end in a sale. And when you can close that part of your brain that doesn't really have that anxiety, maybe that's building up. Gotta close this, you know, that it's it's a bit more freeing to have an actual conversation with someone to understand their pain points to understand what they're going through and whether or not you can you are the best solution for that problem, you know, that they have sometimes we're not the best solution. And we got to give ourselves that grace, but I can't solve I'm not here for everybody. Yes, yes. And then I think you'll find that your enrollment is so much easier, right? People are going to then realize that you don't have a guard up and you in you are coming across with like a real true passion to help them and figure out their problem and partner with them. And I think it's just received in a whole different way. So the client experience that you're providing is just so much better. Kiva Slade 8:51 Yeah. So related to that, do you feel there is a line? Because I hear this often where people feel that they might over give during a sales call? Is there such a thing as over giving? And if so, how do we stop ourselves? Amy Looper 9:08 Ah, you know, you know, the old me would have said, Oh, kind of right. But I think I think now that I've been doing this for about a year and a half? I'll say no, there's really not because you know, and then this is the this is the greatest benefit. I think of being an entrepreneur, you control what you're selling, right? So if you want to give away whatever you think that client needs, and you want to package it and certain things or you want to just give them enough information and knowledge on your initial sales calls, you're helping them so that is a win. And guess what people do business with people that they like and trust and you're building that trust with them. So to answer your question, I don't think I don't think you can overcomeit. Kiva Slade 9:54 I love it. I mean I love the contrast like the old me what I've said give you this much. Okay, that's enough. So when given any goal or like, yeah, or but, yeah, it's definitely a fine line. But like you said, if we're coming from that authentic place and wanting to help people, you know, with their problems, then you're right there isn't in a place where we over give. And I think being able to have that conversation with ourselves that we then are not kicking ourselves at the end of a call, you know, that kind of ties back to, oh, I didn't close it right then or something of that sort? Oh, maybe I, you know, it's like all of the self doubt that comes out afterwards. And it's like, you know, what, serve that person, and I was able to help them, let's go ahead and walk away with that part of it and not focus on the other part that we're thinking about may not have gone the way that we were hoping so. Yeah. So another just, you know, sales related question is, do you have a recommendation between maybe like old Amy and new Amy and how you approach things? At the end of a call? You know, are you looking to close a sale at the end? Is there a follow up call maybe where you're more? So looking to close the sale? Or what do you have a recommendation? Amy Looper 11:14 Yeah, you should always be closing on next steps, right? And always be qualifying to like, is this a relationship, either from a partnership standpoint, or a client relationship standpoint? That would, you know, be beneficial? Is it mutually beneficial, if so, then, you know, let's schedule next steps and go into further relationship there, if it's something where you're just literally serving and creating, like community based relationships and things like that, you know, obviously, you're not, you don't need to do any, like hard closing, or selling or enrollment in those types of things. But, um, you know, I think always understanding what your next processes like leading your prospects to the expectation of, Okay, wonderful, you can expect to have this experience with me moving forward, or, you know, this is the next step in our relationship, whether you invite them to an event, or whether you, you know, have some sort of assessment for them, or, you know, whatever it is that you're selling, you need to really understand your sales process so that it can become repeatable as well. Because the scalability of your business is huge. I Kiva Slade 12:19 love that always closing on next steps. And that's, that's going to be my kind of new, I'm huge on my sticky notes, to be written down and say, because it's about a process and understanding that, yeah, everybody may not end up as a client. But what are some of those next steps that you can still have with that particular individual? So I appreciate that. So that's really helpful. So I had Are you okay if we touch on some of the postpartum work that you've done? Amy Looper 12:50 Yeah, I'm very, very open about it. Cuz I just wait awareness for other moms. Kiva Slade 12:57 I think that's lovely. Because I do think that's something that we don't obviously talk about enough in this country. And it's very real. And it's, it manifests itself, I think, in different ways for different people. And for I think some of us, like my oldest child, she had health challenges, you know, like, I had a difficult pregnancy. And then we found out that she, you know, three and a half months, she had a rare liver disease and needed a liver transplant list, like, you go through all the things and you're, you know, you're having to show up as obviously, that, you know, cognitive parent is like a hair test, taking this information and figure out next steps, and there still hasn't been the processing of wow, I just welcome this, like new life into the world. And now we have these health challenges and so many other things that come with that. And you know, you don't there's not always those support systems in place as to you know, hey, I'm going to nurse Oh, I can't nurse her now. Okay, do Is there someone I can talk to you about that? Because maybe now as a mom, I'm feeling a certain kind of way. So when you're had your journey that began, obviously, you know, for a seven-year period, what were some of the signs that you've knew that you were actually going through or experiencing postpartum depression? Amy Looper 14:24 Yeah, and my experiences were different, you know, you see a super different, but both times they presented completely different ways. So the first way, but my first starter, I was on bed rest for many months before having her. And so you know, and I had just gotten a promotion at work. I got into sales leadership, and so my mindset looking back, I was like, oh, man, I put so much pressure on myself to try to keep all the balls in the air when really, I had a child that I was trying to keep in my stomach for as long as I did. And then however, and then you know, navigate accordingly. but it really started to present irritability with that particular one. And, you know, there are a couple of episodes of just really like, you know, anger or frustration. Both of my kids had tongue ties, so the breastfeeding thing never went smoothly. And, you know, when you I think, at least for me, you know, I'm kind of that type A personality or I can be, you know, and so when you're really ambitious, you just want everything to be perfect, right? And you want to be that Vanity Fair. You know, marketing cover at all times. And guess what motherhood isn't that way, but you get this in your, in your head. And I think our society kind of, certainly enables us to believe these things as well, you know, they enforce kind of the idea that we can just do it all. And sometimes you just need a break, and you need to slow down and give yourself some grace. Yeah. Yeah, the second time around was more of a traumatic birthing experience, where I had a failed epidural and had a forceps delivery. So it caused a tremendous amount of physical pain. So for like, several years, I had PTSD over that, because of just that experience in the hospital and in different things that had happened there, which I talked about in my, in my ebook called Miss motherhood. And that presented than just a lot of anxiety in fight or flight mode for a long, long time, you know, of trying to overcome some reoccurring nightmares, the visions that you get from, from having that PTSD is really a real thing, which I didn't realize, you know, until actually going through it. Kiva Slade 16:40 Right, definitely. Do you it looking back now, what would you have liked to seen in place? Amy Looper 16:49 To be, you know, yeah, the gaps that I talk about in my, in my book, and certainly, you know, they're very common, is, you know, when, when people working moms go out on maternity leave, obviously, our maternity leaves in the US are not near long enough, right? Right. I mean, let alone being paid fully for 12 weeks, if you look at 12 weeks of your baby's life, you're just getting your first swing down, right. So the fact that we have 12 weeks is just crazy, you know, and you look at the spectrum of where we are against the world, and we're actually the lowest level of maternity leave in the whole entire world. And I thought, okay, but putting that aside, I think employers, you know, can really start to train their leaders and how to support working moms and start to understand that anxiety can pop up, depression can pop up. So returning from maternity leave, you know, getting the proper training of maternal, you know, mental health is so important, because it's not that moms don't want to return to the workplace, or they want to leave, you know, shortly after coming back from maternity leave, so many do, because the pressures are oftentimes not taken off their plate. And And oftentimes, if you're in a high performance role, like I was in sales for an example, you know, your territory may have even shifted or your whole book of business. So when you get back, not only have you had a baby, and you have this astronomical amount of responsibility of having a baby, but you're coming back to having to rebuild a whole business at the same time. So or your income may have been affected just because you had a baby, these things are real. And so you know, I just want to create awareness out there. And hopefully, over time, we can change this, the way that you know what working moms are treated, because a lot of times things are taken from them when it's just not needed. And I don't know that that would happen in another scenario, you know, no, no, I totally agree. And even during pregnancy, depending on who your teammates are, and who you're working with, things are starting to be taken from you then or, I know, one experience I had. It was difficult for a colleague who just had different thoughts about you know, having a family and it was just like, you know, well, why can't you do this and why can't you do it? You know, and you're like, I'm like you I had a period of bed rest like, it like doctor's note at all, and it still wasn't like enough and you're feeling like, Okay, you're it's a constant almost feeling of failure for those of us who are like a we're just like, Okay, I've gotten all this going and I'm still not hitting that mark. And what does that look like and in the fact that we know our body internalizes that stress, you know, and those impacts health wise, so Yeah, we have a long way to go. Because, well, weeks you're like, I'm finally able to like bathe the baby bathe myself, like, you know be able to accomplish like a nice little rock in the rocking chair. So it is a very short timeframe and more supports are needed on I feel like a lot of different levels in order to just get us to a place where it health-wise, there's a lot that can happen with a mom when she goes out to have a baby. But then that on that return that both of those supports are in place. So that it's just a much easier transition before it because you have pretty much a it's a same employee coming back, there is a change, like you have literally, you know, birth this new human into the world, and, like you said, like amazing and enormous responsibility. So it's just definitely something I feel that we all need to continue to work towards. And it's for the betterment of every company. It's for the betterment, I think of our society as a whole, that we have those supports in place to support moms around this particular, you know, around childhood and in maternity and pregnancy and all of the things that come with that. So I am grateful for the work that you are doing. And let's just keep that ball going. Because, yeah, yeah, definitely. I mean, there's just a lot of education with our spouses that need to happen, as well as our own health care providers, you know, even OBGYN, they're given less than an hour, right of education through their whole period of giving, they're getting their physicians, either doctrine that you know, it's just not enough. They're not trained in perinatal mental health unless they go back in and specialize in it later. And oftentimes, you're given an assessment, where anybody can lie on the assessment, I totally lied on the assessment a couple of times, like, you know, and so there's just better ways, and there's a lot of great people out there trying to make better ways in healthcare too. So it's a good time, it's positive, positive signs are out there that are trying to support moms. But to your point, a lot of work ahead. Kiva Slade 22:24 Yeah, definitely, I think, a lot of work ahead and just even parity on maternal health. And I know for women of color, like having a baby, it's just downright dangerous. You know, rates are very scary in terms of what can happen after pregnancy. So I think, yeah, we have a lot of work to do. So definitely keep supporting each other, and others who are doing that good work out there in the world. So I am so grateful, though, for you, Amy. And for you being able to share not only obviously about sales, which is super important to us as entrepreneurs, but then also as women, you know what that looks like as well to balance motherhood and, you know, being a business owner, and also at many times going through things related to postpartum depression after we've given birth. So I appreciate you sharing on both of those fronts today. And for those that are listening, who would love to learn more, and they want to be able to say, Hey, I like her. How can I learn more? And how can I work with her? What do you have available for audience? Amy Looper 23:35 Yeah, so, I have some really great resources at Amy Leigh is A M Y L E I G H Looper .com, my website, you can download a bunch of resources to help you navigate, you know where you're at, in your postpartum journey. Maybe you're just having a stressful day and you want to like meditate and unwind, you can certainly go there and download some things there too. But if you do want a session that I'm giving everybody that's listening to this podcast, a free one-hour session with me. So if you fill out the contact form on there and just type in the code stressless achieve more than you will be able to get a one-hour session for us. So for free, because I just want to make sure that everyone is okay during this crazy time that we're all still in this country. Kiva Slade 24:23 Yes, thank you so much for that generous offer. And again, those details will be in the show notes, but that code is stress less and achieve more. I love that. So that's how we're going to end today. I appreciate you Amy for sharing. For those that are interested in additional information, make sure you check out Amy on her website, Amy L E IG H looper.com. We will also include that in the show notes as well. Thanks for tuning in to this episode of Collab with Kiva. You know my heart and it wants you to know that you are uniquely made in that your business path is unique to you. I hope that now you have some clear takeaways from this episode that have left you inspired and motivated to keep pressing forward on your unique path. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss out on any future episodes. And of course, your reviews on Apple are greatly appreciated. If you are a small business owner and you are ready to build out your business playbook, and you're ready to document and delegate what takes place in your business so it can grow beyond you. Make sure you visit me on my website, the 516 collaborative.com and let's schedule a time to talk. I'll see everyone next time. Bye
Filmeabend mit Martin und Marcus. Es gibt Kiba, Popcorn, Erdnussflips und Eiskonfekt und wir setzen uns gemeinsam in die mit Kaugummi beklebten Schwingsitze der alten Multiplex-Kinos. Mit den WISSTIHRNOCH?-Fans schauen wir uns die offiziellen Top 50 Filme mit den größten finanziellen Einnahmen an. Da sind einige Kracher dabei: Stirb langsam, Bodyguard, Robin Hood, Deep Impact und viele andere Blockbuster. Marcus, der Movie-Nerd muss mit den anderen Usern im Chat raten, wieviel die Filme im Kino eingespielt haben und wieviel Budget sie hatten. Martin verlost an alle, die wissen, welcher Film aus der Liste das geringste Budget hatte ein 90er-Kartenspiel. Spannend! Und am Ende verquasseln wir uns lange mit Geschichten über Schauspieler*innen (Sharon Stone, Will Smith, Kevin Costner, Mel Gibson, Sandra Bullock etc.) und Anekdoten über VHS-Kassetten und Freitag-Abend in der Videothek. Deshalb schaffen wir nur Platz 50-25 und vertrösten alle 90er - WISSTIHRNOCH?-Fans auf die 2. kommende Folge zum Thema "Die besten Filme unserer Kindheit in den 90er Jahren". Viel Spass beim Anhören der neuesten WISSTIHRNOCH?-Podcast-Folge.Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
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This week's episode of the Game Deflators podcast the guys sit back an have a chat with the voice of our childhood, Kyle Hebert. Kyle is known for iconic roles such as Ryu from Street Fighter, adult Gohan and the narrator of Dragon Ball Z and Kiba from Naruto. Also this week, John and Ryan discuss Metroid Dread, Apple's record profits from gaming sales and comments from Jim Ryan of Sony on where he wishes the gaming industry was. Want more Game Deflators content? Find us at www.thegamedeflators.com Find us on Social Media Twitter @GameDeflators Instagram @TheGameDeflators Facebook @TheGameDeflators YouTube @The Game Deflators Articles: Nintendo's Switch Exclusive Metroid Dread Is Already Being Emulated On PC Apple made more profits in video games than Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo combined PlayStation Boss Wants Change He's Not Willing To Make Game Deflators Logo Created by J_Ricks_Art Permission for intro and outro music provided by Matthew Huffaker http://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe 2_25_18
Can Benel and Lawson focus for a goddamn second? There are filler episodes to get through. First episode is a Ino-Shika-Cho focused episode. Second episode is a Kiba episode. The boys try to get through it without going off the rails, but this episode starts off the rails and gets lost in the wilderness! Enjoy!
Readings from Caitanya-caritāmṛta Madhya-lila Chapter 8 by Śrīlla Kṛṣṇadāsa Kavirāja Gosvāmī, with translations and purports by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dhruva-maharaja-dasa/support
Jolee Callan tenía toda su vida por delante. La joven de 18 años tenía un nuevo novio y estaba a punto de comenzar la universidad cuando aceptó reunirse con su exnovio, Loren Daniel Bunner, para un último viaje de senderismo. El 30 de agosto de 2015, la pareja llevó al perro de Callan, Kiba, al Pinhoti Trail en el Parque Estatal Cheaha en el campo de Alabama.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JuegoDeAsesinosPodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/juegodeasesinos_podcast/..¿Eres fan apasionado de nuestro podcast y quieres más episodios? Esta todo en nuestra opción de mesenas!! Dentro de la misma plataforma! #ivoox ..NO OLVIDES CHECAR NUESTRA TIENDA DE MERCANCÍA
Jolee Callan tenía toda su vida por delante. La joven de 18 años tenía un nuevo novio y estaba a punto de comenzar la universidad cuando aceptó reunirse con su exnovio, Loren Daniel Bunner, para un último viaje de senderismo. El 30 de agosto de 2015, la pareja llevó al perro de Callan, Kiba, al Pinhoti Trail en el Parque Estatal Cheaha en el campo de Alabama. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JuegoDeAsesinosPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juegodeasesinos_podcast/ . . ¿Eres fan apasionado de nuestro podcast y quieres más episodios? Esta todo en nuestra opción de mesenas!! Dentro de la misma plataforma! #ivoox . . NO OLVIDES CHECAR NUESTRA TIENDA DE MERCANCÍA👕👜🧢👚😷!! Juegodeasesinos.threadless.com . . lResources dentro de USA: Domestic Violence hotline 1800 799 7233 https://www.thehotline.org/ . . Fuentes: https://allthatsinteresting.com/jolee-callan https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/dailyhome/name/jolee-callan-obituary?pid=175726457 https://www.instagram.com/lorendaniel/?hl=en https://allthatsinteresting.com/jolee-callan https://it-it.facebook.com/WBRCnews/posts/loren-daniel-bunner-confessed-to-shooting-his-18-year-old-ex-girlfriend-jolee-ca/1097727550286162/ https://www.wbrc.com/story/32086957/father-of-victim-in-cheaha-murder-case-says-theres-no-justice/?fbclid=IwAR3qxqBgG7ebzDRwJan1PH4x-qF4Z4zUwgZEhF-RrvgkIN0JPs4SwbKW6rA https://www.al.com/news/anniston-gadsden/2017/07/vincent_man_gets_52_years_for.html https://www.al.com/news/anniston-gadsden/2015/09/man_arrested_in_clay_county_fo.html https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/teenager-shot-dead-ex-boyfriend-push-body-cliff-photos-loren-bunner-jolee-callan-alabama-murder-killing-a7904246.html https://reallifevillains.miraheze.org/wiki/Loren_Bunner https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/man-took-chilling-last-photos-11009941 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
In honor of Pride Month, June and Heather chat with Kiba Walker about Queer Representation in anime and how it plays a role in the community! Kiba Walker - @justkibawalker June - @pockethealer.therapy Anime for Humanity - animeforhumanity.org
Mu gihe umuntu agumye muri Australia no mu gihe visa yiwe yataye igihe, aba ahabaye biciye inyuma y'amategeko kandi arashobora gusubizwa inyuma agakurwa muri Australia, ivyo bishobora kuba imbarutso yo ku kwima viza mu kiringo c'imyaka itatu.
Hey, are you as sick of filler as we are? The gang tackles the penultimate batch of episodes before #ShippudenSummer and have no fun doing so. In case you've been wondering what Kurenai has been up to, there's a Kurenai arc for some reason. Naruto and Kiba do stuff. The Ninja Dropouts give the Akatsuki a run for their money. Duncan is a mean big man. Liam's id is out of control. Kt is a croptop dropout. Dom poses jutsu to summon delinquent dads. --- If you want to support us and receive a bunch of cool perks and a group chat filled with pals, check out our Patreon! http://patreon.com/believeit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/believeit/message
In this episode we discuss the absolutely EPIC fights taking place simultaneously in the story, and we talk about the crazy return of Rock Lee, as well as the epic return of Gaara and the Sand Ninjas!Featuring Animak and Gozen from AnimeUproar, Briggs, and Nux Taku.
Kiei, kita, Ki Mynsiem, kiba, shakri, ia, ngi, iathuh, dum, nongrim, khyndew, shemphang, pynring, ksai, pynskhem, mawdong, khlur, rwailang, risa, jingkmen, Lucifer, angel, Job, syiem, Syria, kerkut, shem, shipai.
Japan is a long-standing dialogue partner of ASEAN and has deep ties with its member states. Tokyo has emphasised ASEAN centrality as a key principle within its Free and Open Indo-Pacific strategy, and an effective engagement with the grouping is seen as an important component of how Japan seeks to achieve its objectives in the region. This episode highlights the different forms of interaction undertaken by Japan in Southeast Asia – particularly with the Philippines – and discusses the utility of non-military engagement for fostering greater cooperation. Dr Kiba also outlines the threat perceptions and security needs of the Philippines as well as the role of extra-regional actors in the Indo-Pacific.
Kiba has traveled the world as a digital nomad and made it work for himself. He has taken on many open source projects over the last few years and now finds himself deep into Handshake. Hear what he has to say about the potential future of Handshake and his contribution toward his success. Thank you for listening.
We're looking for nominees for Goofy of the year and anyone can get it...Welcome to Episode 33 of the podcast! It's been a crazy month with a lot to discuss from Naruto to My Hero Academia we got discussion topics for days. Were also adding a new segment! Questions from You (The audience) and we answer an a really cool fan question. Who's death in Naruto would have been more impactful than Nejis? (73:51) Trust and believe we have some amazing answers.We also talk white people horror stories (00:51), the pixel 4, and Apple's new air pods. We discuss Dragon Prince on Netflix, My Hero Academia Season 4, and we share out thoughts on how much animation quality influences our anime decisions (55:42).You know we had to talk about Normans epic fall from genius to plot device in Promised Neverland(105:28). Its not a podcast without some My Hero Academia (95:01)and Black Clover Discussions(84:17). We discuss the upcoming battle for the Heroes vs the League and we debate whether or not the heroes are truly ready for a suped up Tomura and his squad. We're taking on the Kiba of Black Clover Magna Swing time to find out if he's trash o r lit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.