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"I put the word “aging' in quotation marks because getting older is not so much about aging to me—depending on how you look at it, I think it can emphasize the idea that it's really about living ..." Welcome to Episode 76 of Roll With Peace, In Mind. Today's riff is This Thing Called Aging--Learning To Go With The Flow. I discuss this phenomenon called Aging, the thoughts, patterns and behaviors that push it faster or slow it down; the thoughts, patterns and behaviors that make it miserable or pleasurable... This an onis going topic that I will revisit from time to time and if you want to share your thoughts/impressions/experiences of what you're learning that's a positive thing, please send me your testimonial though my website And I've got a workshop & a group class to tell you about-- 1) To Forgive is Divine: Guided Meditation & Journaling Workshop Saturday October 23rd and Sunday October 24th at 10:30AM EDT I will be offering this 90 minute workshop. Is there someone or maybe many people in your life that you're having trouble forgiving but you want to? Inwardly you know being unforgiving is holding you back from living a fuller more peaceful life. This workshop puts you on the road to freedom. Click title for more information. 2) End of The Month ChillOut: StressBusters Guided Meditation October 31st at 1:00PM EDT. This is my End of The Month virtual guided meditation group class. Click title for more information. Check out my website for testimonials! * * * Please tell your friends and family about this podcast, word of mouth is da the bomb-diggedy! **Producing a podcast takes a great deal of time, effort, and patience--especially when you are the Creator, Host, Producer, Writer, Editor, Artwork Creator/Designer and also the person to find, book, and interview the guests--it's a pretty massive job. And all of that with no monetary compensation. That's why I can use your help, please consider becoming a Podcast Patron for my Roll With Peace, In Mind podcast. Your contribution would assist me in continuing to create this valuable free product of service that promotes empowerment, peace of mind, shares stress and anxiety relief tips, inspires mindfulness and positivity. Join my mailing list to keep up with new events, products and workshops Click here *** And lastly, who am I? I am Jacquie Bird of Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness. I have lived as a performing artist, Creative, and teacher since the age of 18. Bumps in the road? Um yeah...a LOT! They hurt? Uh huh, made a grown girl cry. But everything is a step in The Journey, to be Experienced and to be Learned from. Today I navigate with much more Grace, Wisdom, Joy, Intention, Mindfulness, Humor and GRATITUDE. In these podcast episodes, I share what I have learned and am still learning, with YOU. For more on my products and services, hit me up on my site Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness Thank you for listening!
Introduction John 11-12 Now today we are studying what is traditionally known as the triumphal entry. But its not triumphant at all. It's actually tragic. It's depressing. It's grossly carnal. That may surprise you. Maybe you've only thought of this event as a high point, a ministry mountaintop for Jesus. Why are we using words like tragedy, depressing and carnal to describe an event in which the nation of Israel pours out of the city to welcome Jesus as King. Well, let's take a closer look. Now there's no way to appreciate this passage unless we go back and build the drama leading up to this point. And what we need to do in particular is rehearse the ways in which the threat to Jesus' life had been steadily growing over the past few months. This thread is very easy to trace in the book of John. Now let's just rehearse what's happened so far. In John chapter 8, Jesus makes some very clear statements about who he was. Do you remember, “Before Abraham was, I am” and the Jews correctly hear that statement as blaspheme; Jesus, claiming to be God; so they pick up stones to stone him. Death threat #1 Then in John chapter 10, just a couple months later he preaches the good shepherd sermon during the feast of dedication. The religious leaders approach him and say, “Tell us plainly who you are.” I and the Father are one and they pick up stones to stone him. Death threat #2 Now Jesus is in danger, no doubt, but I want to make an observation about the type of danger. What was going in both of these passages was a reaction. In both these passages, a small group of religious leaders would have been on the scene. Their sentiments certainly would have been reflective of a much larger group but the larger group was not present. Had they succeeded in stoning Jesus, they almost certainly would themselves have been thrown in prison. There would have been consequences. The Jews were not given liberty to carry out capital punishment. That was a job reserved for Rome. John 8 and 10 was Pharisaical vigilante justice. Now what happens after that second stoning attempt. Do you remember? Jesus flees to Perea to escape the area ruled by Pontius Pilate, to that area beyond the Jordan that was under the jurisdiction of Herod Antipas. And I want to take you back there just for a moment to remind you of that event. The Pharisee approach Jesus while in that area and they are trying to lure him back into the domain of Pilate. Jesus isn't buying it. And then he makes this startling prediction. Do you remember this? Luke 13 That's Psalm 118. This is a Messianic Psalm given to Israel to prepare Israel to welcome her Messiah. So essentially what Jesus tells these guys is you won't see me again until the city welcomes me as Messiah. Now the point is, if you had been standing there that day, you would have said, “There's no way that is going to happen!” There is just too much hostility up there. The religious leaders rule that hill with an iron fist. They would never let that happen. Let me give you an analogy. After 9/11, Osama Bin Laden was the most wanted man on earth. George Bush, our president at the time, was trying to destroy him. Can you imagine Osama Bin Laden sending George Bush a message, “You won't see me until I walk into the whitehouse as president.” That's overstated a bit, but you get the point. How in the world did this happen? Now, it actually gets even worse. What happens next? While in Perea, Jesus gets word that Lazarus is sick. And do you remember what the disciples say when Jesus says, “We are going to Jerusalem to wake him?” Do you hear the fear? After their complaints are ignored, they agree to go and we read of Thomas' remark. Let us go with him that we may die to. In other words, its really dangerous. It's deadly. But it gets worse still. Now he never actually visits Jerusalem. Lazarus lived in Bethany which is just on the outskirts. And Jesus never actually sees the religious leader while he is there. He manages to avoid them. But word gets to the religious leaders that he has raised Lazarus and do you remember their response when heard of this indisputable proof had been performed? There's death threat #3. Now, you are starting to pick up on a theme. But its important to understand that this death threat #3 at the end of John 11 is of a different species than we have seen thus far. This is almost certainly a reference to the Sanhedrin, that Jewish supreme court composed of 70 men. You had 35 on each side and then the high priest in the middle. *So when we read of Caiaphas saying, “You know nothing at all.* It's better that one man should die for the people than everyone die.” That's Caiphas sitting in this seat addressing the Sanhedrin. Now here's the point: the key distinction is this official determination to try Jesus according to the legal processes available to them, legal processes that were of course highly greased. We need to try him in our courts. We need to drag him into Rome's courts. And we need to convince Rome to nail him to the cross. That's a much different animal than the reactionary rage we see in chapters 8 and 10. The point is to illustrate the increasing seriousness of the situation. There is an escalation in the resolve to destroy. From Jesus' perspective, it's one thing to be in danger of death knowing that the law protects you. It's another thing to be in danger of death knowing the law itself is after you. Jesus is not merely an unliked person. He's now a criminal target. They've stapled up wanted posters. To put it in modern terms, everyone's phones go off in unison and there's an Amber alert with a description of Jesus. So Jesus gets word of this and he flees this time to a city to the North called Ephraim. Politically, everything is charged. Everyone knows he's in deep trouble. And you feel that tension, so-thick-you-could-cut-it-with-a-knife tension in the next three verses. Do you see the suspense? Everybody is so intrigued by Jesus. Word is circulating like crazy that this miracle worker raised Lazarus from the dead and Lazarus is walking around (go talk to him yourself). And there's frenzy and excitement and curiosity. But the politics are clearly felt by everyone. For some reason the religious leaders hate this guy and want him dead. And if your an average Joe, you say, "This is going to be interesting. Passover is the most important pilgrimage feast and we've never seen Jesus miss one? But man, he is not liked by these guys. Do you think he'll risk his neck and come up to Jerusalem at all? If he does, there's going to be fireworks. So that was all setting the stage. Do you see the problem. How is Jesus going to ride into Jerusalem to the shouts of the people, to the wide-eyed amazement of the crowds when he's the most wanted man in Jerusalem? You ready for this? We are going to turn to Luke 17:11 and I'm going to show you something. Now this verse you might just blaze right over in your Bible reading. It seems nearly inconsequential on the surface. This verse describes Jesus going up to Jerusalem for passover to see Mary, Martha and Lazarus for the meal we talked about last week. Now we would think nothing of that whatsoever except for the fact that we were told from John's gospel that prior to making that journey Jesus was in Ephriam. Let's get our bearings. Now if Jesus was in Ephraim and his destination was Jerusalem Why in the world would Jesus choose a route that goes north through Samaria and Galilee? That the opposite direction. Well, there's a reason and it's really interesting. Most of the population of Israel in Jesus' day was in Galilee, by far. The reason is obvious. Galilee was pleasant. Galilee is well-watered. It's flat. Easy to plant crops. Compare that to Judea. It's hilly. It's rocky. It's harder to find water. The only reason to live in Judea is because that's where the temple was. So three times a year for the pilgrimge feasts you'd have these migrations from Galilee to Jerusalem. And they would meet up in this valley here. Now there were two routes. By far the easiest and most direct route would have been on what's called the ridge route. Back to our map here But the problem is it goes through Samaritan territory. And because Jews either didn't want to defile themselves by going through Samaritan soil or because they wanted to avoid any danger or conflict, they would opt to go this other way via the rift route that follows this syro-african rift. It's way, way harder because you have descend deep into this rift and then haul yourself out of it. And let me show you with a topigraphical map what I mean by much more difficult. This is what Jesus was doing. He was going up and joining these bands of traveling pilgrims. And the record is really detailed at that point. Jesus is not sneaking into Jerusalem. He's charging. He's leading a band of pilgrims boiling over with excitement. All along the way he's healing people. He's teaching. This is where he cleanses the ten lepers and only one of them comes back. When he gets to the city of Jericho we are told that he heals the blind Bartameus. He's teaching on divorce. So the journey would have taken around a week. And you can imagine that with all this excitement, the commotion is building. The traveling band of pilgrims is growing as word spreads. Now this basically brings us up to last week. Jesus is heading up to Jerusalem but where does he stop first? This is what we preached on last week. First he's going to stop in at Lazarus' house in Bethany. And when did he get there? Six days before the passover. Now if you put that time, together with that place, the drama of the narrative jumps to life. Why? Because Bethany was just outside the Sabbath zone. Do you remember, one of the stipulations of the Sabbath is that you couldn't walk more than a Sabbath days journey. A Sabbath's day's journey was something like 1.2 miles. And it wasn't like you only had 3000 steps that day and then you had to sit down. It was a zone. So the rabbis would go out all the major gates and put these markers on the road to let you know you had reached the Sabbath zone for that city. Here's an example of one of those markers found in a city in Galilee. It's three Hebrew letters that spells Shabbat or Sabbath. So Bethany was just outside that Sabbath zone. So if you are traveling with Jesus and you are hoofing it into Jerusalem Friday night because as soon as it's sundown Sabbath begins and you see Jesus peel off into to Bethany and he's waving at you. And on the way into the city you see the Sabbath marker. Put all that together in your mind. What is everyone in the city asking? Jesus is a wanted man. Do you think he will come to Jerusalem at all? You are traveling into the city and you have an answer that comes in two parts. Jesus is coming. And He'll be here Sunday morning. Now this isn't conjecture. We know this frenzy was happening based on the record. Remember how last week ended. After Mary anointed Jesus' feet with oil. When the large crowd learned that Jesus was there. Learned that Jesus was there? How did they learn? That traveling band of pilgrims that came in with Jesus spread through the city like spilled ink on a map. And the news leaks into every home into every ear. And whether your destination was Bethany or Jerusalem or Bethlehem which is just a short distance away, the news is spreading. And so everyone is waiting for Sunday morning when they know he will come into the city. And look at what the text says! Now first off, when the Bible says large crowd, it's not kidding around. Josephus was a historian and he records the number of lambs slain during the passover of 66AD as being 256,500 lambs. And the minimum number of people you could have per lamb was 10 so that would be 2.5 million people. Maybe those numbers are exaggerated. Maybe they are accurate. Either way we are talking just throngs and throngs of people shoulder to shoulder spilling out into the city. And these are all Jews. Like all 2.5 million of them. And what are all 2.5 million Jews shouting. Hossana, which is Hebrew for, “Save Us!” Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel. KING. Are you hearing this correctly. These are words of sedition. Guys, there is so much drama here. What did Passover celebrate? It celebrated God raising up a deliverer Moses who, through miraculous signs and wonders, overthrew their Gentile overlord in Egypt. Well, there's a Gentile overlord they'd like to overthrow, Rome. And who is Jesus? Well, he's a miraculous deliver. His name is Jesus which in Hebrew is Joshua which means Savior. He's here to save us. If that's not enough, you have the Daniel 9 prophesy which is ticking. Daniel 9 prophesy. That clock had been ticking. So all this commotion. People are laying down Palm branches. Let's talk about these palm branches for a moment. Remember back in John chapter 10 we learned about the origins of the feast of dedication. If you attended Benj Foreman's NT backgrounds class you learned all about this along with Judas Maccabeus. The quick version, is that about a 150 years before Jesus' day, the Syrian ruler, Antiochus, had stormed into Jerusalem and killed thousands of Jews and desecrated the temple by sacrificing a pig on the altar, forcing the priests to eat its flesh. Talk about seething with anger. Talk about just pure hatred for your Gentile overlords. The Jews needed a Savior. They needed a deliver. And Judas Maccabee was their man. His nickname was the hammer. He led them in a successful revolt and they were able to reclaim the temple. And get this, the crowds celebrated his victory by waving palm branches. They stamped the image of palm branches into coins to commemorate the victory. And what is everyone shouting. Hosanna, blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. What did Jesus tell the Pharisees 3 months previous while he was in Perea. You will not see me again until the city of Jerusalem welcomes me with the chant, “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.” What they are doing? They are quoting Psalm 118. So put it all together: It's passover which commemorates Moses and deliverance from Egypt. They are quoting Psalm 118 which is a Messianic Psalm that anticipates the coming Messiah. They are laying down palm branches which remembers Judas Maccabees. They are calling him KING (there's only one king). They are shouting out SAVE US. You have revolutionary energy on your hands here. Now stop RIGHT THERE. Remember we said that John chapter 12 is written to show us this massive divide between who people perceive him to be and who he really is. Remember last week. To Mary Jesus was worth Everything all the way to Judas who believed Jesus was worth nothing. How much more opposite can you get. And here we have that same phenomena played out in dramatic 3D color. We call this TRIUMPHAL entry. What did Jesus want? He wanted repentance. Wasn't that the message of John the Baptist? Repent for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. But that's not what he got. He got the rock star adulation of a crowd that really wanted to use him. Think about rock star. He's got 100,000 fans but they are all there using him. Entertain me. And the second they can't do that, they kick him to the curb. That's what's going on here. And it breaks the heart of Jesus. It just absolutely crushes him. Because he can see what's going on. What is their solution to the problem. War. Insurrection. Military action. Luke 19 Now in rides Jesus. Not on a stallion but on donkey. Jesus has was the Pharisees want (the admiration of men). And yet it's the possession of that very thing the Pharisees want that causes Jesus to weep.
"...I was raised speaking Spanish, I identified as Mexican...then you find out that what I identified with is really not who I am..." Welcome to episode 75 of Roll With Peace, In Mind featuring another installment of 'Are You On The Right Train? Riding On The Urge' featuring folks who have chosen to follow their hearts, dreams and Intuition. They did not and do not listen to the nay-sayers or to the 'it can't be done-ners' but step out on Faith, Passion and Intention, not allowing fears to derail them. The spotlight is on Guillermo Martinez Indigenous Instrument Maker, Craftsman, Musician, Teacher and Keeper of Knowledge. "Over 35 years ago I felt drawn to the culture and instruments of my ancestors and started to create my own instruments beginning with clay and bamboo. I took apprenticeships with carvers, and mesoamerican flute maker Xavier Quijas Yxayotl, I learned from masters of their craft and took all those skills and devoted my life to the creation of these sacred instruments." Be sure to check Guillermo out: WEBSITE INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE ----more---- Original Music by Sylvester "Sly" Scott, check him out on Facebook Instagram YouTube *** Workshops and classes coming up for you: 1) To Forgive is Divine: Guided Meditation & Journaling Workshop Saturday October 23rd and Sunday October 24th at 10:30AM EDT I will be offering this 90 minute workshop. Is there someone or maybe many people in your life that you're having trouble forgiving but you want to? Inwardly you know being unforgiving is holding you back from living a fuller more peaceful life. This workshop puts you on the road to freedom. Click title for more information. 2) End of The Month ChillOut: StressBusters Guided Meditation Sunday October 31st at 1:00PM EDT. This is my End of The Month virtual guided meditation group class. Click title for more information. Check out my website for testimonials! I hope you will join me and tell your friends and family! ----more---- * * * Please consider becoming a patron by subscribing to "I am a friend of the Roll With Peace, In Mind Podcast" and click on this link: Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness and choose the Podcast Sponsor plan. Your support is greatly welcomed and Appreciated. *** And who am I? I am Jacquie Bird of Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness. I am a Wellness Guide, helping people connect to their deepest, Intuitive Self. I have lived as a performing artist, Creative, and teacher since the age of 18. Bumps in the road? Um yeah...a LOT! They hurt? Uh huh, made a grown girl cry. But everything is a step in The Journey, to be Experienced and to be Learned from. Today I navigate with much more Grace, Wisdom, Joy, Intention, Mindfulness, Humor and GRATITUDE. In these podcast episodes, I share what I have learned and am still learning, with YOU. For more on my products and services, hit me up on my site Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness Thank you for listening, subscribe, download and share!
Hacker History sits down with Gianluca Varisco and learns about his story. He started out in 90s working on micro computers. We learn how he got into secuirty, started an ISP. Learned about Linux and open source. Eventually lands at Red Hat, gets into encrypted VOIP in the very early days. Gianluca spends time in […]
In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic intensified across the globe, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turned their thoughts to full-time missionaries facing increasing health risks and nations about to close borders. They began returning missionaries to their home nations and reimagining the work. This episode of the Church News podcast explores all that has happened to missionary work during the past year and a half and looks forward to the future of missionary work in the Church of Jesus Christ. The episode features Elder Marcus B. Nash, a General Authority Seventy and executive director of the Church's Missionary Department, and David N. Weidman, managing director of the Church's Missionary Department to talk about missionary work, with Church News managing editor and former Arizona Phoenix Mission president Scott Taylor as guest host. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/11 Cory, Leabo and Mick disucss the Chiefs losing to the Bills, special teams struggles, and OU and Spencer Rattler. Plus, the show gives their Learned, Funnies and Best from the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on Total Rally Nation, we dive deep into eight-week nutritions, this time focusing on there never being a finish line. There is no limit to becoming your optimal self; as we fulfill on goal, what follows is a 2.0 version. Setting huge goals for yourself, building momentum, and setting up rally points are just a few of the pillars that revolve around never giving up. Nutrition is a lifestyle, and with the right mentality, anyone can get on board! Timestamps: [00:15] There is no finish line[02:22] The superpowers of water[05:38] Learned helplessness[06:40] Building momentum[10:25] Vitality [12:00] Set huge objectives[13:26] Rally points[18:08] Continue to challenge yourself [21:35] Formulate crazy life dreams[23:41] Outro
Josh Wharton is one of the most badass climbers you've never heard of. He does it all at an elite level. We talked about tips for hard flashing and onsighting, how alpine climbing relates to rock climbing, training to flash El Cap, the value of taking risks in life, being a climbing parent, climbing in Pakistan, how to find an adventure without flying overseas, and the benefits of stiff shoes.Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/josh-whartonNuggets:3:55 – Josh's age, and physical vs. technical/tactical progression5:40 – How Josh manages to be such a good all-arounder and still climb 5.149:13 – Trying to do every route in the Black Canyon and Rifle 11:42 – Uber loc(al)s, and using obscure easy routes to prepare for big mountains13:02 – Josh's flash and onsight ability, tips and tricks, and climbing with a lot of confidence17:01 – How to get better at onsighting and flashing18:49 – Why Josh made the decision to stop redpointing routes he knows he can do20:11 – Overlapping flashing or onsighting22:30 – Josh's go-to schedule for combining onsighting with projecting on a trip24:22 – How being a parent has changes Josh's climbing priorities, rock climbing and alpine climbing as different sports, and the rewards of alpine climbing30:53 – “Everything is training, and nothing is training”, and alpine climbing in the Canadian Rockies35:43 – Having dinner with Barry Blanchard37:03 – A message from Jonah, and what Josh has learned from each type of climbing40:26 – Variety as a source of motivation42:20 – A glimpse into Josh's experience climbing Wheeler Peak48:04 – Patron question from Timothy: Why did Josh climb in the Black Canyon so much? What routes had the biggest impact on him? 54:03 – Latok and Ogar56:21 – The cost of a trip to Pakistan59:48 – What a trip to Pakistan looks like, and “Expectations often define an experience.”1:01:17 – More about Latok1:03:50 – How Josh would prepare for another attempt on Latok1:09:02 – Sport dry tooling, and winning the Uray Ice Fest three years in a row1:12:48 – Learned about training from dry tooling competitions1:16:27 – The evolution of Josh's training, and principles of training1:22:05 – The secret sauce1:25:02 – Josh's training staples, and working with Lattice1:29:54 – Getting away from having to perform well every time you go climbing1:32:24 – Prioritizing climbing vs. training1:33:24 – Josh's 60-degree campus board (joke), and how the Lattice training is going1:37:04 – Josh's goal for 2021 (try to flash Freerider)1:39:55 – How Josh set the boulder problem on Freerider to spec1:41:37 – Preparing for the Monster Offwidth1:43:50 – Yuji's article about trying to onsight El Cap1:45:14 – Patron questions from Henry: How much has parenthood reduced your tolerance for risk?1:50:55 – Hera, and Josh's parallel universe in the NBA1:52:40 – Using climbing as a tool for travel, and more about climbing as a parent1:55:26 – Josh's early climbing with his dad1:57:16 – Patron question from Garret: Any CO areas that don't get the respect they deserve?1:59:12 – Patron question from Randall: Favorite zone or route in Montana? Other favorites in the States?2:02:10 – Patron question from Benjamin: Thoughts on the new Scarpa Boostic?2:05:35 – Shoe stiffness for Rifle, and analyzing the soft shoe trend2:07:42 – Shoe sizes, and Josh's shoe plan for Freerider2:10:03 – Patron question from Benjamin: If Josh could only climb in one discipline for the rest of his life, what would he choose?2:10:41 – What's next for Josh?2:14:55 – Gratitude
You know a couple years back I wrote an article called "The Lookdown Generation" to describe the experience we had with my then 16-year old son. Well, it turns out I wasn't the only one who noticed this phenomena. In episode 19 (Season 2), I speak with Julienne Ryan, author of the non-economically titled "Learned it in Queens Communications Playbook: Winning Against Digital Distraction: " about the importance of communication in an authentic fashion. "Be real, get results."Now, more than ever, each conversation is like adding to your foundation of trust, brick by conversational brick. Allowing your people to be authentic gives them the freedom to talk openly with you - using active listening, you can identify what "lights up" your employees.No need to write about it, get your ears on and listen to me and Julienne Ryan on HR Hardball.Miss a few episodes? Check out some of these beauties....
In this guided meditation you have an opportunity to just slow down a moment in 5-6 minutes. I take you through a brief sample of my StressBusters Guided Meditation (of which I am the creator and practitioner) to help you Center, Ground and Connect. It's kinda like a cellphone call to your Inner Self, your Inner Guidance. Welcome to Episode 74 of Roll With Peace, In Mind. Today's riff is Give A Gift To Yourself, Slow Down A Moment, a StressBusters Guided Meditation. Managing our stress levels is not to only lower our stress load, but learning how to handle stress when it's on our plate so we don't stress out even more over the stress! The sound healing music you hear is from my SoundSoulVibin' Meditation Music, and the track in this episode, Dew Drops On My Mind is available for purchase along with other 5, 6 or 30 minute guided meditations at Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness for direct and easy access for listening. And I've got a workshop & a group class to tell you about-- 1) To Forgive is Divine: Guided Meditation & Journaling Workshop Saturday October 23rd and Sunday October 24th at 10:30AM EDT I will be offering this 90 minute workshop. Is there someone or maybe many people in your life that you're having trouble forgiving but you want to? Inwardly you know being unforgiving is holding you back from living a fuller more peaceful life. This workshop puts you on the road to freedom. Click title for more information. 2) End of The Month ChillOut: StressBusters Guided Meditation October 31st at 1:00PM EDT. This is my End of The Month virtual guided meditation group class. Click title for more information. Check out my website for testimonials! * * * Please tell your friends and family about this podcast, word of mouth is da the bomb-diggedy! **Producing a podcast takes a great deal of time, effort, and patience--especially when you are the Creator, Host, Producer, Writer, Editor, Artwork Creator/Designer and also the person to find, book, and interview the guests--it's a pretty massive job. And all of that for no pay. That's why I can use your help, please consider becoming a Podcast Patron for my Roll With Peace, In Mind podcast. Your contribution would assist me in continuing to create this valuable free product of service that promotes empowerment, peace of mind, shares stress and anxiety relief tips, inspires mindfulness and positivity. Join my mailing list to keep up with new events, products and workshops Click here *** And lastly, who am I? I am Jacquie Bird of Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness. I have lived as a performing artist, Creative, and teacher since the age of 18. Bumps in the road? Um yeah...a LOT! They hurt? Uh huh, made a grown girl cry. But everything is a step in The Journey, to be Experienced and to be Learned from. Today I navigate with much more Grace, Wisdom, Joy, Intention, Mindfulness, Humor and GRATITUDE. In these podcast episodes, I share what I have learned and am still learning, with YOU. For more on my products and services, hit me up on my site Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness Thank you for listening!
Welcome to the Great Women in Compliance Podcast, co-hosted by Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley. Some people consider ethics and compliance officers as risk averse given our roles in organizations. However, so many people in our professional community have taken risks and evaluated opportunities for both their personal and professional lives. Today's guest is one of those people. Cristina Revelo started her career at KPMG, and then moved WalMart, and also relocated to Arkansas to take on this role. Today, she is Deputy Director, Corporate Monitoring and Compliance Services at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. Cristina talks about her experiences when she joined WalMart, and in particular about going to Colombia and taking on an interim country lead role. She talks about opportunities that she took early on and challenges that she encountered, being less senior than some others and being a woman, There were also times where she looked at an opportunity and decided it was not the right one, and how she said no, without burning bridges and remaining open to new opportunities. We also get to hear how it is going at Affiliated Monitors as it is a relatively new role for Cristina, and also talk a bit about our experience at SCCE CEI. We hope you enjoy this last episode of the summer/fall GWIC series. Corporate Compliance Insights is a much appreciated sponsor and supporter of GWIC, including affiliate organization CCI Press publishing the related book; “Sending the Elevator Back Down, What We've Learned from Great Women in Compliance” (CCI Press, 2020). Thank you to all those who have taken the time to rate the GWIC podcast and book, it's much appreciated. If you've already read the booked and liked it, will you help out other women to make the decision to leverage off the tips and advice given by rating the book and giving it a glowing review on Amazon? As always, we are so grateful for all of your support and if you have any feedback or suggestions for our line up or would just like to reach out and say hello, we always welcome hearing from our listeners. You can subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast on any podcast player by searching for it and we welcome new subscribers to our podcast. Join the Great Women in Compliance community on LinkedIn here.
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If you wish to maintain health and longevity as you age, it may be helpful to include a special muscle group in your workout: your creative muscles. According to ongoing studies, creativity is essential for healthy aging. Engaging in creative activities like singing, theater, and visual art may help older people feel better. Further, creativity, linked to the personality characteristic of openness, can help people live longer. In this episode of This Is Getting Old: Moving Towards An Age-Friendly World, we're privileged to have Teresa Bonner, the Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies. Join us as we share meaningful conversations about creative aging and how it sparks joy, connection, and purpose among older adults. Part One Of 'Creative Aging Sparks Joy, Connection, Purpose' Aroha Philanthropies And Creative Aging “Creativity is hardly the exclusive province of youth. It can blossom at any age—and in fact, it can bloom with more depth and richness in older adults because their vast stores inform it of knowledge and experience.” —Dr. Gene Cohen, Geriatric Psychiatrist These words of Dr. Gene Cohen, the founding Director of The George Washington University's Center for Aging, Health and Humanities (for which I am the current Director), is Aroha Philanthropies' motivation in advocating creativity in aging. According to Dr. Cohen's landmark report, 85% of older adults are community-based, are aging well, can learn, be creative, and be so much more. With this visions in mind, Aroha Philanthropies are on a mission to expand creative aging programs nationally. They're engaged in funded training for organizations to learn how to make successful programs for older adults—to learn an art form over time and to get better and better as they learn from a teaching artist. Furthermore, Aroha Philanthropies has built national partnerships with the American Alliance of Museums, including botanical gardens, science museums, etc., to offer creative programs for older adults. This partnership has called on museums of all kinds around the country to develop creative aging programs and actively work against ageism in their institutions. What's even more promising is that they've tapped on The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, where they've funded 36 state programs to develop and/or expand creative aging. Aroha Philanthropies' efforts in evangelizing about the benefits of getting involved in the arts were not in vain. What they've learned from almost 2 000 participant survey responses is that after engaging in creative aging programs, older adults; Developed relationships Learned various art forms Became cognitively and socially engaged Made meaningful social connections through art-making "Creative aging programs were highly effective at helping older adults grow artistically, mentally, and socially. 75% of 2,000 older adults reported that their mental engagement had increased because of taking creative classes." Teresa Bonner, Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies How Do You Define Creative Aging? Creative aging is about learning an art form over time in a supportive environment. Such a supportive environment allows older adults to grow and become creative, more artistic and increase their social connections and social network. It is a broad topic that includes everything from programs designed to provide help for people suffering from diseases such as dementia to programs for caregivers who help with art therapy programs. The learning and connection, and relationship building happen through the work of the teaching artist. In part, these teaching artists know how to have conversations with people and generate conversations among them through the art form. That's the heart of successful creative aging programs. Older adults are learning over time from a teaching artist; they get better and make new friends. Examples of the classes offered in creative aging programs are: Acting Writing Drawing Dancing Sculpture Mask making Opera singing Learning graffiti Short Video Filming Drumming and beating Technical and historical aspects Choir and theatre arts performing Weaving where they also know about the history and the people What Do You Consider To Be A Supportive Environment? Supportive environments for creative aging provides opportunities for those who are 55 and better to access and benefit from arts programming designed to teach older Americans an art form over time. Aroha Philanthropies want to expand these opportunities through increased investment in creative aging programs. Part Two Of 'Creative Aging Sparks Joy, Connection, Purpose' Elements That A Thriving Creative Aging Program Have As a safe space for being creative, a successful creative aging program is: Designed To Meet The Express Needs And Interests Of Older Adults Rather than assuming that older adults don't have much capacity, they're allowed to come together and have rich stories to share. They learn new skills, get involved in new activities, and enhance their own lived experience They Are Led By Teaching Artists Teaching artists are professional, working artists who are also skilled in arts education. They create space for participants to offer feedback to one another, discuss their work, talk about memories, and talk about dreams. It's a two-way process, which is an essential aspect of community building among participants. Teaching artists are part of the secret sauce; they create that chocolate for the brain! Experiential And Sequential A successful creative aging program is experiential—they're more hands-on. At the same time, it is sequential, meaning older adults learn to create over time. They're not just learning about the great masters of the art; they're making the art themselves. Moreover, each class builds on the skills they learned in the prior classes. Essentially, these are often so interesting to older adults. Builds Social Interaction And Engagement In every creative aging, session participants are encouraged to share their experiences and memories. They discuss their work and offer feedback, which is an excellent way for people to begin building their social network. Celebrate Achievements The common theme of successful creative aging programs is the celebration of the participants' creations. The culminating activity is open to friends, family, and sometimes the public. This allows friends, family, and others in the community to see older adults in a new light. These are the kinds of things that move us from seeing an older adult as old and seeing them as a person and creative individual. “The financial burden of social isolation for older adults is at 6.7 billion dollars because social isolation produces significant negative health impacts. Creative aging programs are a societal benefit in addition to an individual and community benefit. There are all kinds of great reasons that creative aging should be going forward all over the country.” -Teresa Bonner, Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies What Are The Benefits Of Being Part Of A Creative Community? Creative aging helps older Americans combat social isolation, an increasing problem for America's growing older population, especially throughout the pandemic. Furthermore, doing the celebrations, sharing what is created, and building connections are solid and powerful pieces of combating ageism. We see an older adult as a person—not like an older person—a person who's had a whole life of experiences. The Power Of Connecting Through Art When you're working through the art form, you are vulnerable. Creative aging is not like having a cup of coffee after choir practice. It's where you're talking about your own life, dreams, and interests, which naturally leads to relationships among people that can be important. Arts are a connecting point in a time where the connection is essential. Older artists find joy, purpose, community, and creativity in these programs. How Do You Find A Creative Art + Aging Group In Your Area? There are many resources for learning about Creative Aging. If you're interested, you can check on the following; Aroha Philanthropies Website: aroha philanthropies.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/arohaphilanthropies Twitter: www.twitter.com/ArohaPhil Instagram: @arohaphilanthropies Lifetime Arts-which provides consulting and training on how to run creative aging programs. Creative Aging Resource- a rich website devoted to creative aging, also developed by Lifetime Arts National Assembly of State Art Agencies-They offered grant programs this year and awarded funds to 36 states that are either developing creative aging programs or want to create them and wish to learn about them. The American Alliance of Museums-They had put out a significant report calling on museums to ethically and strategically prioritize developing creative aging programs that work with older adults differently. Countering Isolation with Creativity About Teresa Bonner, Executive Director, Aroha Philanthropies: Teresa Bonner brings more than thirty years of professional experience in philanthropy, foundation, and nonprofit leadership to her role as Executive Director for Aroha Philanthropies. She is a frequent presenter on philanthropy and creative aging, including sessions at the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, Grantmakers in the Arts, Grantmakers in Aging, Americans for the Arts, Philanthropy New York, and the American Society on Aging. Teresa previously served as Director of the U.S. Bancorp Foundation. She managed $20 million in Foundation grantmaking annually. She led the company's community relations activities, the Piper Jaffray Foundation, and two nonprofit organizations, Milkweed Editions and the Library Foundation of Hennepin County. Arts and cultural programs have long been a significant focus of her professional experience and a personal passion. She is a principal in Family Philanthropy Advisors, with offices in Minneapolis and the Bay Area. Teresa graduated magna cum laude from the University of North Dakota with a degree in journalism. After completing Law School at the University of Minnesota, she clerked for the Hon. Gerald Heaney of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and was a partner at the Minneapolis law firm of Lindquist and Vennum before moving to the nonprofit sector. About Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN: I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing ('96) and Master of Science in Nursing ('00) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) School of Nursing (SON). I genuinely enjoy working with the complex medical needs of older adults. I worked full-time for five years as an FNP in geriatric primary care across many long-term care settings (skilled nursing homes, assisted living, home, and office visits), then transitioned into academic nursing in 2005, joining the faculty at UNCW SON lecturer. I obtained my Ph.D. in Nursing and a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing ('11). I then joined the faculty at Duke University School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. My family moved to northern Virginia in 2015 and led to me joining the George Washington University (GW) School of Nursing faculty in 2018 as a (tenured) Associate Professor. I am also the Director of the GW Center for Aging, Health, and Humanities. Please find out more about her work at https://melissabphd.com/.
10/4 Mick Shaffer joins Jason and Cory in discussing the Eagles' decision to kick 2 field goals on 4th and goal, as well as if the Bills' defense is as good as it's looked for the first few weeks. Then, the show gives their Learned, Funniest and Best from the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"I've always said, I don't consider myself a hypnotist, I consider myself a de-hypnotist, you already come to me hypnotized. You're feeling the way you're feeling, you're reacting the way you're reacting, you're eating ice cream at midnight because you're already hypnotized..." Welcome to episode 73 of Roll With Peace, In Mind featuring another installment of 'Are You On The Right Train? Riding On The Urge' featuring folks who have chosen to follow their hearts, dreams and Intuition. They did not and do not listen to the nay-sayers or to the 'it can't be done-ners' but step out on Faith, Passion and Intention, not allowing fears to derail them. The spotlight is on Beth A. Snyder Owner, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified Sound Healing Practitioner, Master NLP Practitioner “The Pain Of Life Is Inevitable, The Suffering Optional” – Buddha Beth A. Snyder, CCHt is a certified Clinical, Transpersonal & Interpersonal Hypnotherapist and Certified Sound Healer. Beth studied at The Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy and has over 550 hours of comprehensive State-Licensed hypnotherapy education. She holds certifications from The American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, Sound Healers Academy and is a Master NLP Practitioner. A lifetime learner, Beth continues to study the bodymind connection and participates in continuing education yearly. Beth's undergrad studies in Communications, coupled with career experience as a public speaker and as an executive working for corporate giants, have afforded her a unique and compassionate approach. Her personal experience with chronic pain, anxiety and a desire for a more fulfilling life led her to hypnosis. After many years of practicing mindfulness and self-hypnosis on her own, she wanted to bring this incredible transformative modality to others. Hypnotherapy provides others with the self-empowerment to achieve their personal best. Facilitating a powerful change in others is simply Beth's greatest joy. Be sure to check Beth out: WEBSITE THE OM SHOPPE The OM SHOPPE & SPA INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK ----more---- Original Music by Sylvester "Sly" Scott, check him out on Facebook Instagram YouTube *** I've got something coming up for you: 1) End of The Month ChillOut: StressBusters Guided Meditation Sunday October 31st at 1:00PM EDT. This is my End of The Month virtual guided meditation group class. Click title for more information. 2) To Forgive is Divine: Guided Meditation & Journaling Workshop Saturday October 23rd and Sunday October 24th at 10:30AM EDT I will be offering this 90 minute workshop. Is there someone or maybe many people in your life that you're having trouble forgiving but you want to? Inwardly you know being unforgiving is holding you back from living a fuller more peaceful life. This workshop puts you on the road to freedom. Click title for more information. Check out my website for testimonials! I hope you will join me and tell your friends and family! ----more---- * * * Please tell your friends and family about this podcast, word of mouth is da the bomb-diggedy! **Producing a podcast takes a great deal of time, effort, and patience--especially when you are the Creator, Host, Producer, Writer, Editor, Artwork Creator/Designer and also the person to find, book, and interview the guests--it's a pretty massive job. And all of that for no pay. That's why I can use your help, please consider becoming a Podcast Patron for my Roll With Peace, In Mind podcast. Your contribution would assist me in continuing to create this valuable free product of service that promotes empowerment, peace of mind, shares stress and anxiety relief tips, inspires mindfulness and positivity. *** And lastly, who am I? I am Jacquie Bird of Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness. I am a Wellness Guide, helping people connect to their deepest, Intuitive Self. I have lived as a performing artist, Creative, and teacher since the age of 18. Bumps in the road? Um yeah...a LOT! They hurt? Uh huh, made a grown girl cry. But everything is a step in The Journey, to be Experienced and to be Learned from. Today I navigate with much more Grace, Wisdom, Joy, Intention, Mindfulness, Humor and GRATITUDE. In these podcast episodes, I share what I have learned and am still learning, with YOU. For more on my products and services, hit me up on my site Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness Thank you for listening, subscribe and share!
EPISODE SUMMARY Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and serial entrepreneur Stephen Halasnik as they talk about what it takes to build million-dollar companies. In this episode you'll learn about: - Finding & evaluating profitable business ideas - Making decisions based on solid data vs the stories in your mind - Taking calculated risks EPISODE NOTES Stephen Halasnik is a successful serial entrepreneur who has built 6 companies in the $5 million to $25 million yearly revenue mark. One of those companies made the Inc 500 fastest growing list and another made the Inc 5000 fastest growing list in 2020. Stephen also wrote a chapter in a best-selling book called Crash and Learned about his entrepreneurial path over the last 30 years. You can find him here: Website: https://www.financingsolutionsnow.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-halasnik/ -------------------------------- If you enjoyed this episode, learned something new, had an epiphany moment - or were reminded about a simple truth that you had forgotten, please let me know by leaving a review and a comment! I'm always open to suggestions – maybe you have a specific topic in mind that you would love to learn more about or you know someone who would be a fantastic guest for this show – leave a comment and let me know! Oh, and make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss out on any of the amazing future episodes! If you'd like to connect more, you can find me here: Website: www.wiredforsuccess.solutions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wired_for_success/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/claudia.garbutt.1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudia-garbutt/ HELPFUL RESOURCES Get my FREE “Prime Your Brain for Success in Less Than 5 min Each Day” audio file that is specifically designed for ambitious, mission-driven entrepreneurs who want to start their day more focused, inspired & energized! Wanna find out how I can help you leverage the power of your mind and tap into the wisdom of your body to feel fully aligned, trust your intuition, and achieve your goals with ease and joy rather than with constant hustle and pushing yourself to the point of exhaustion – book a free 20min Strategy Session to figure out your current success blockers: https://bit.ly/2YemfIe Are you too busy to enjoy your life and would like to free up more time to do all the things you love? Check out my “5 Days to Getting Your Life Back” productivity course that teaches ambitious, mission-driven entrepreneurs how to win back 1-2h of precious time each day
Welcome to the Great Women in Compliance Podcast, co-hosted by Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley. This week the Great Women in Compliance podcast shines a spotlight on the Asia Pacific region again with Mary and guest Yuet Ming Tham getting into the nitty gritty of conducting investigations in Asia. They discuss common trends that Yuet has observed from her vantage point in international law firm private practice. One of the greatest headaches for Compliance Officers in recent years is dealing with data that is housed within text messaging or chat apps. Yuet gives her advice for companies to best control data flow and custody, as well as opines on whether there is still utility in conducting email reviews. This episode wraps up Mary's last for the summer season and Lisa will conduct the last interview of the season next week. During their seasonal two-week break, Mary and Lisa will be preparing their next joint episode – a Halloween special on 27 October. They invite listeners to participate in the episode by sending Compliance horror stories to firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in the Halloween episode. The stories can be about things that have happened in your everyday Compliance duties life, work travel or applying for jobs. Corporate Compliance Insights is a much appreciated sponsor and supporter of GWIC, including affiliate organization CCI Press publishing the related book; “Sending the Elevator Back Down, What We've Learned from Great Women in Compliance” (CCI Press, 2020). Thank you to all those who have taken the time to rate the GWIC podcast and book, it's much appreciated. If you've already read the booked and liked it, will you help out other women to make the decision to leverage off the tips and advice given by rating the book and giving it a glowing review on Amazon? As always, we are so grateful for all of your support and if you have any feedback or suggestions for our 2021 line up or would just like to reach out and say hello, we always welcome hearing from our listeners. You can subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast on any podcast player by searching for it and we welcome new subscribers to our podcast. Join the Great Women in Compliance community on LinkedIn here.
Situational Awareness and Leadership The world is not a safe place today. The threats we face are growing. These threats include Sexual Harassment, Suicide, Human Trafficking, Cyber, Assault, Bullying, and Active Shooter. But this isn't the entire list. In addition, all of these problems have been getting worse, not better. “Traditional Training” following Einstein's definition of Insanity is not working. When you and your organization learn Situational Awareness, you provide your teams with the skills to prevent these threats from happening, and you also empower two other critical capabilities. The first is to identify Mental Health concerns within your team with Situational Awareness. And finally, and most important to you as leaders, with Situational Awareness you transition Leadership into a verb by identifying learning opportunities to effectively communicate your culture and empower them to exercise the behaviors that will make your organization safer. Finally, when you and your team members learn these skills, you do not just use them at work. These skills carry over into every part of your life, making your schools, homes, and communities safer. Brian Searcy is the President of The Paratus Group. His vision is to “Redefine How Safety is Learned” to make Schools, Churches, the Workplace, and our communities as safe as possible. His unique experience and expertise, with the help of The Paratus Group Team, have revolutionized how situational awareness is trained and learned allowing the opportunity for every single member of our communities, the true first responders, to be “Prepared to Survive”. Following a decorated senior leadership career in the USAF as a commander and combat veteran, Brian transitioned into executive roles as a business entrepreneur, writer, publisher, and public speaker. He co-founded The Paratus Group with the objective of using his decades-tested and proven leadership and training experience to solve a need for relevant, effective, trustworthy principles, training methodologies, and programs to allow for the learning of situational awareness. The situational awareness mindset and behaviors that are developed allows critical decisions to be made in the complex dynamics of the home, schools, the workplace, and our communities to make us all safer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
9/27 Mick Shaffer joins Jason and Cory in discussing who was more at fault for the Chiefs' loss, the offense or defense. Plus, the show gives their Learned, Funniest and Best from the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show Resources Here were the resources we covered in the episode: Video Example of Green Headlines, reported by Mark Gustafson Georgiana Dumitru's Case Study NEW LinkedIn Learning course about LinkedIn Ads by AJ Wilcox Contact us at Podcast@B2Linked.com with ideas for what you'd like AJ to cover. Show Transcript You love LinkedIn Ads hacks, I love LinkedIn Ads hacks. Heck, everyone loves LinkedIn Ads hacks. Buckle up. Welcome to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Here's your host, AJ Wilcox. Hey there LinkedIn Ads fanatics. So I posted out on LinkedIn asking for other advanced advertisers' favorite LinkedIn Ads hacks or strategies. And there were some really good ones. The post had over 20,000 views, and 149 comments last I checked. So for this episode, I'm going to be sharing the community's top strategies. And don't worry, I removed all the bad advice before recording the episode. In the news, we got something really cool that I've been excited about for a long time, we can now rename the default campaign group in an account. And we can pause it. So no promises here, it's rolled out to all of my accounts. But I did talk to a couple people who haven't seen it yet. So it may not be fully rolled out. This is so great because before this happened, we had this entity in there called default campaign group that we couldn't do anything with. It sat there and if we decided not to use it, it still took up space. So now we can pause it, we can rename it, and life is good. I also had a good friend reach out Mark Gustafson, who's the CEO of 900Kings, an agency that focuses just on paid social. You may remember I consulted with him for the Google Ads and the Facebook Ads episodes early on. He brought a really cool feature to my attention, he sent me a video of it, I'll link the video down below. And what we can see is on mobile, as you scroll down past an ad, the headline itself turns from the cream color that it starts out as to a light green. And this is really cool because it's going to bring more attention to ads. And it's not something that I would call very in your face, or gross or anything like that. I think this is a really good change. So it has rolled out to Mark's profile, but I don't have it yet. So I'm going to keep watching. And this could just be a test. Who knows LinkedIn might not be rolling this out forever. But boy, I liked it. And I hope it does roll out, I'd be really interested to see what sort of a difference it makes. I also want to apologize to all of you loyal listeners of the show for having so few episodes this year. In full transparency. I just went through a divorce, and it reduced me to a crumpled pile of human for more months than I'd like to admit. The good news is though, I'm back on the upswing, and I want to thank all of you sincerely who reached out to check on and see if everything was okay. I do have a whole slew of episode topics already planned. And my intent is to go back to getting out a weekly episode. So if I don't hit it here, in just the next few episodes, just know that that's the plan moving forward. That's what I want to start getting back to. There are a couple reviews I'd like to highlight. The first is from Phil Ilic, who's from Great Britain. He said, "This podcast is so valuable. There's so much wisdom in every single episode. Literally I cannot thank AJ enough for everything he has shared so generously with the LinkedIn Ads community. It has been a massive help." And Phil, thank you. I've enjoyed seeing your comments on the posts I put out and interaction with the podcast episodes. So thank you, that means the world to me. The next is from Steve SeeBerg here from the US. His review says, "Conversions through the roof. Based on AJ's insightful advice and his talented staffs AB testing suggestions. We've experienced conversion rates four to five times LinkedIn's benchmark. If you're interviewing LinkedIn Ad agencies, stop, I've tried a few and none can match B2Linked, actionable insights and bottom line results. AJ, you're the best." Steve, thank you so much for that unsolicited review. I'm so grateful for it. Awesome getting to work with you and your team. And I'm excited to get to keep working together to keep killing. Steve runs a mar tech company called NGAGGE and I'm going to spell it, it's n g a g g e, definitely check that out. It's a cool product and one that he's going to be keeping free to us marketers forever. If you're listening to this and you've gotten value out of the podcast, please please, please leave a review on whichever podcast player or portal that you use. I would love to feature you here. Okay, with that being said, in no particular order. Here is the community's favorite hacks and strategies. Let's hit it. Blake Prichard is a customer success manager at Through. And he said I'm not into marketing at the moment. But when I managed LinkedIn Ads, my favorite targeting method was building an audience by specific skills. You can get very targeted. For example, if you want to promote a webinar to people who are skilled in a specific web app, you can do that with the skills audience. And of course, you can select the level of seniority and experience level on top of that. Blake, I love what you shared. Because we found the same thing. A lot of times someone will have experience with a certain type of software or a certain area of business, that it's not important enough to make it to their their job title proper, but it is worth them adding to their skills. And in fact, on top of this, we found lots of times they'll go and join groups around that topic as well. So targeting people by both skill and group is awesome. Kristine Sergejeva, who is a friend and super loyal listener of the show, she runs SmartB2B. She said, my favorite LinkedIn Ads hack is to do the proper homework, the initial assessment, for each company. We find out if it's suitable for LinkedIn Ads, and what the unique opportunity is on LinkedIn among its competitors. Does the company have proper offers, and if not, which offers should they create, what can be done with possible target segments, etc. And for every offer, what types of campaigns would work best to which segments and which ads. I invest most of my time and efforts in the initial assessment phase, and then the implementation is very clear, easy, and bringing excellent results. I really like this because when you're spending money on LinkedIn Ads, it's inherently high risk because the costs are higher than other ad channels. So any research you can do ahead of time to find out what's going to be good, accepted by this audience, what's going to excite them, it's all going to be very useful. And then Yoel Israel, who's another LinkedIn Ads fanatic, he's based out of Israel, probably here in the next, I'd say six months, we're gonna have an episode where we interview him, he shared an account based marketing strategy. He said, account based targeting of accounts sales is trying to close. We make blogs that address the objections in the sales process, and we don't gate them. Click through rates are super high and this really helps the sales team close those super low funnel deals. We then sync this ABM list with HubSpot to make sure it's always up to date. I love account based marketing. Yoel, thanks so much for sharing such a cool tip. Colton Taylor, who's actually in my same state, he's here in Utah. He's the Sr. Demand / Digital Marketing Manager at MX. He said targeting is everything. Audience segmentation and sophisticated build out takes time. But the foundation for effective hyper growth scaling, for example, 200%, year over year budget increase, but is the foundation for effective hyper growth scaling. He follows this up by saying, "And always keep learning. The beauty of marketing is that it's ever evolving. And mastery is a journey." On the sophisticated account build out. I love this because when we build a really complex build out, we're essentially building a ton of small AB tests between audiences. And once we've been running ads for a while, we can then look back at all of those different segments. And it's going to teach us something. It's going to teach us which audience segments are going to be successful and which ones aren't. Who likes what, who responds to what? So Colton, absolutely, I love that comment. And then the bit about always keeping learning. That's my favorite part about digital marketing in general, is we can't ever sit back and rest on our laurels because it's always going to be changing. And those who try to sit back and not learn. They get found out pretty quick. Always keep testing. Always keep learning. Next is Lucy Kikuchi. She's a podcast host as well. And her advice was, "Listen to AJ Wilcox. That is my go to strategy. Assume nothing. Test everything. Test, optimize, test, optimize and give things time. Nothing happens overnight. There are no quick wins, and no one owes you that." Lucy, I laughed when I read that. Thanks for recommending people listen to this podcast, obviously. But I definitely agree with you. We need to approach LinkedIn Ads, like everything as a test. I know a lot about the platform, I have a lot of experience with it. And even still, I have tests that absolutely fail. If you approach it scientifically, it's going to be a lot better in the long run than just assuming that you can turn something on and it should be successful from day one. And sorry for slaughtering this name, but Vojtech Toulec from CDN77. His recommendation is, "Use Sales Navigator or recruiter to find the real profiles matching the ad targeting criteria and then optimize the targeting to cut off the non relevant audiences." I love this go and find examples of who the people are who your targeting would hit. You can do this with Sales Navigator. If you see profiles coming up that you're not happy with, you wouldn't want them to be in your target audience. You can then use exclusions. I love it. Cody Lee, who's a VP and growth marketing and digital advisor, he said, "Favorite quick one, call out your target audience in your copy, just like he did so well in this post." When I put out the post, I said, attention LinkedIn advertisers, I've definitely tested ads that do call out the audience to get their attention, and they really can be some quick wins. He also gave four other recommendations here and I'm going to run through all four of them because all four of them were great. He said, focus on adding value to your target audience with qualified content. Frame it more like news or a resource than an ad. Number two bidding, adjust your manual bid up or down depending on your click through rate. Better click through rate than benchmark, lower your bid. Targeting, upload target account lists. Make sure to use exclusions to not waste spend. And the fourth funnel, have a strategy throughout your prospects awareness journey from unaware to problem aware to solution aware to brand aware into pipeline. Remarket LinkedIn audiences on less expensive channels." Thanks, Cody. All good all the way through. Next, Maninder Paul, who again, is a great listener of the show, super active on LinkedIn. She's a paid social specialist at Bloom Mentor. She said, "Always test a single image ad. Keep creative, simple." I love this because we find so much of the time when we try to get complex, it slows us down and makes it so we can't test as much. So if you approach it with the very simplest test possible, you can at least get something out and start running data and find out what's going to work. She also recommends using a perspective company list, an ABM list, she said it's been successful for her clients, I will back that up. Zoltán Kozma, who if you remember right from Episode 44, he was actually one of the winners of the perfect ad performance contest. He's a digital marketer at CBRE Hungary. He said, "It's hard to choose, I love to use daily spend data to make sure I don't pay too much, while also staying competitive in the auction." What he's talking about is, if you look at your budget column, LinkedIn will show you a percentage of over the last however many days they calculate how much of the budget you've spent on a daily basis. So he likes to have that at least 80% of your daily budget. And this makes a lot of sense. If you go significantly under that, you've got to bid higher to spend more with that audience. And if you go too much above that, you're at risk of basically bidding too much and blowing your budget for the day on those days when you actually do spend the whole budget. He also says, "For further fine tuning. I like applying the learnings from the campaign demographics to find the best engaging audiences, these often helped to push cost per lead down." And then he adds, "Another great one is the engagement objective hack to trick the algorithm that I learned from you, AJ". And this one, if you've caught it before, what we find is because the floor price for engagement objective ads, because it's 35% cheaper, you can find when you're running ads, where less than 35% of the interactions come from social, then you can switch from website visits to the engagement objective and essentially save some cash. Here's a quick sponsor break. The LinkedIn Ads Show is proudly brought to you by B2Linked.com, the LinkedIn Ads experts. 13:38 If the performance of your LinkedIn Ads is important to you, B2Linked is the agency you'll want to work with. We've spent over $140 million on LinkedIn Ads, and no one outperforms us on getting you the lowest cost per lead and the best scale. We're official LinkedIn partners, and you'll deal only with LinkedIn Ads experts from day one. Fill out the contact form on any page of B2Linked.com to chat about your campaigns. We'd love to help explore with you and work with you. Ben Evans, who's the President at Auditec Solutions, he said, "Hi, AJ, this is more of a relationship building strategy. But what I find when I first make a new connection with a new contact, I send them a personalized video message through the mobile app introducing myself." I know this isn't specifically ads related. But Ben, you're absolutely right. The more something feels personal to us, like someone went out of their way to make us feel special. The more indebted we're going to feel to them. Whether you're doing organic or ads. This is a great way to help make that relationship strong. And then Vishnu Prashanth, he's a performance marketer. He says, "Spy on the job listings posted by your target account lists and find out the right job title that matches with your products pain point and use them in targeting." Yeah, if they're trying to hire for it, chances are there is a pain point that they're looking to solve. That's pretty cool. And David Planchot, Growth Marketing atiAdvize, he said, "Using smart links on your LinkedIn ads." For those of you who don't know what smart links are, when you're using Sales Navigator, the upgraded license on LinkedIn, which I just barely started using the other day,it's fun. You can create one link that has a whole bunch of different calls to action or different resources there. And then when someone downloads or accesses something, you get the data from them opting in. And it's a cool way to have conversion tracking without nearly as much friction as you'd have in specifically having them fill out a form. He even included a really cool screenshot of a workflow, where he shows how he automates the smart links and gets them into HubSpot. Pretty dang cool. Georgiana Dumitru. She's in B2B demand generation. And she said, "As I see it with LinkedIn ads, it's crucial to first win the view, the attention, and then worry about the click. The battle on the feet is fierce, and we must get noticed first, so I put all my money on crafting highly effective ads, making the best ad copy and image. At some point I started to use the journalistic approach. Have my ad copy answer the what, where, when, and why questions that make the ad sound like news rather than a salesy message. And it worked." She even links to a case study she created about writing better ad copy. And Michael Bennington, who's a marketing specialist at Edelstein & Company, he says, "Creating a bid by click that is the minimum instead of what they recommend. Learned it from you during your 2020 inbound presentation." Michael, thanks for pointing that one out. It's amazing to me how many people look at the ranges that LinkedIn recommends for a manual CPC bid and they just take whatever the recommendation is that LinkedIn provides. Those recommendations might be accurate if you're spending six figures a month or more. But for accounts with lower budgets, absolutely, you can start by bidding a heck of a lot less. Raphael Yarish, who's the co founder of AdFind.co which spoiler alert, I think we're probably going to have an episode specifically mentioning this one coming up. But he said, "Here are my three favorite insights. Number one, using user generated content instead of stock images to stand out from the feed and get higher click through rates. Include text on the image or video, a free placement for copy that really pops. And finally, use day parting having specific times when you should run your LinkedIn Ads for optimal performance." Raphael, I think those are totally spot on. The next is Ricardo Ghekiereand I've been on his podcast before. He's the head of paid social at Upthrust. He said, "sking for the LinkedIn URL in your lead gen form, instead of bombarding people with questions, then scrape the API, and then scrape the profiles to get all the information that you would have asked for, then upload into a CRM, and then automate a relevant connection request from your sales department based on the call to action that you provided, and then have a message based follow up." Now, Ricardo, I think this is great. I love the system. I can't recommend scraping LinkedIn because as a partner, I probably wouldn't be in very good standing if I did. But I love the line of thinking here. Lee Gannon, who is the head of paid social at Receptional, he said, "With a primary strategy of lead gen forms, I like running some follow up retargeting based on the form engagement." He also recommends running text ads as a complimentary ad format, alongside the sponsored content, especially for targeting account lists for cheap brand awareness. He said, "Learned that from the master AJ Wilcox". Well, I'm glad you picked it up with what I shared it. I think it's fantastic. Claire Williams who is apaid social strategist, a woman that I've gotten the chance to, to train on LinkedIn Ads. She's amazing. She says, "Manual bidding. Not sure that that's a hack, really, but it's super important." And I totally agree with that. As soon as LinkedIn started making auto bidding, the default I got to watch LinkedIn's average CPC is just climb and climb and climb. It was probably like 30 to 50% increases in costs per click. Just because LinkedIn rolled that out. I'm sure they're patting themselves on the back getting lots and lots more money. But the fact of the matter is for advertisers, the vast majority of them are probably paying way too much for clicks. So I agree. Manual bidding is a great way to go. This one's pretty self serving, but Andrew Tull, who's a great marketer here in the US, he said, "My key resources letting AJ Wilcox guide me, lol. Oh, in the day parting and automation magic provided by B2Linked.com." Thanks, Andrew. I appreciate it. Your checks in the mail. Next, Ryan Gervais is a Demand Generation & Paid Media Strategist at Deloitte. He said, "Strategic usage of account exclusion lists. For example, competitors, vertical based, pipeline, etc." I love using exclusions. Thanks, Ryan. Theresa Sturm is a digital consultant at Via Digital. She says, "Working on badass creative and copy. A good click through rate is key to high quality score." I totally agree Teresa. We tend to bag on marketers who care too much about click through rates. But the fact of the matter is, getting a good click through rate really is key to getting high performance. They have to go hand in hand, Matthew Sciannella, he has a great recommendation here about targeting audiences that don't always fit in neat, firmographic target. So he says, "I try to go and find LinkedIn groups for these niche industries. And I target them as a seed audience. And then I look in LinkedIn's demographic data, to look at their industries, function, job titles, etc." And he also actually looks at some specific members profiles to look at their skills and that gives them more data to create skills targeting. Love it Matthew. Simon L. who's a Director of Marketing at Acodis. He says, "Build your target group, and then focus on frequent contributors as they are much more likely to interact." Ah, I thought this was super cool. If you look in the additional targeting traits, you'll see that there is a way to layer on frequent contributors. If you target them, they are much more likely to be active on LinkedIn. And I would imagine that means that they're going to click at a higher rate. Simon, I'm going to go test that. Alexandra Wittmaier from GBTEC, she said, "Use an optional checkbox in the lead gen form for subscribing to the newsletter. Yeah, if you're going to get people signing up for an asset, you might as well get them into the newsletter as well and have it be compliant." Alright, let's jump into the rest of the recommendations. Kris Selway says, "Running 55 second video ads on cost per view, building up a low cost remarketing list, and targeting all those that viewed the video for at least 25% of the duration with a more commercially focused ad." I love it, Chris, anything we can do with warming up cold audiences and running them through a funnel is awesome by me. Michael Ham says, "Using work email address as a custom field in your lead gen forms rather than just the default email address. So people type their work emails, surprisingly, most people do." Great advice, Michael. We know that in working with a lot of sales teams, they really prefer having a work email address. And of course, it's hard with the lead gen forms because you can't force someone to put in something that isn't like a gmail, but when you specify it, you will get more people doingit. Márcio Miranda gives three different strategies. The first is put UTM parameters on your URL, and then retarget on your other social media networks based off of the parameters in the URL. I think this is awesome. I've been an advocate of that for a long time. The next thing the companies that interact with my ad, and then go on YouTube and play a TrueView ad in that company channel. This is what I haven't experienced, I'm not sure how to get the ad interactions on LinkedIn over onto YouTube to get the TrueView ad to trigger. This is one I haven't fully wrapped my head around. So my understanding here is that Márcio will go and look at the companies who by name who've interacted with the ads, and then go and find their YouTube channel and then play a TrueView ad in that company's channel. It sure sounds interesting. And then finally, on the lead gen form ads put the last URL after the submission with a link to direct scheduling platform like calendly. I think this is super cool. If you're going to push people right after they've converted right to something like a calendly link. Oh, rad. Diana Leyton recommends targeting based on LinkedIn group membership. If you choose the right ones, I generally find it's the best ways to find a captive intent based audience. And then Jordan Lapendry says, "I tried many iterations to test my audience format and content. I've seen that most of the time. The classic works well for acquisition and then video ads have good performance on retargeting." Thanks again so much for everyone who contributed. This was awesome. So much gold in one LinkedIn thread. I just couldn't wait to share it. All right, I've got the episode resources coming up right away. So stick around. Thank you for listening to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Hungry for more? AJ Wilcox, take it away. 24:40 All right, here's some cool resources. Like we mentioned earlier, Mark Gustafson submitted a video showing the green highlights on the LinkedIn Ads headline. So down below in the show notes we've linked to that video so you can see for yourself. And then we also have a link to Georgiana Dumitru's post where she has a case study about LinkedIn ad copy. Don't forget the newly updated LinkedIn Learning course that I have the link down below for that one. I am the author. So I'm a little bit biased. But by far, this is the best LinkedIn Ads course. If you've enjoyed the episode today and you want more insights like this, definitely hit subscribe in whatever podcast player you're listening on right now. Please rate the podcast when you're in there. And please also do leave a review. I shout out everyone here on the podcast. And then if you have any recommendations, any questions, any feedback for the show, please email us at Podcast@B2Linked.com. And with that being said, we'll see you back here next week. Cheering you on in your LinkedIn Ads initiatives.
See it was either take a hiatus when we go to Florida or take a break now from being a lil burnt out dealing with society again? I mean we think we gonna do lil Road trip pod but we gonna work on that....just like the visuals I keep mentioning I know, doing my research now.Anyways we back! Finished some Branch Binging and realized some things along the way and let's talk about this weird thing with missing woman and social media.TimeStamps:0:55 Intro: We Back, Hungry and High with Sunbutter issues. Discussing the hiatus, back to employment is working me!03:00 Branch Binge: Best $5 I spent on reality TV! Finished Joseline Cabaret and The Reunion barely started on Part 1.Baddies ATL AkA "This Can't be real!?!" and Sarah vs Seven and Sidneyy vs Judi
• The word kōˈiSHən• Music video: https://bit.ly/3zELbI1 • The International Day of Sign Languages is celebrated on Sept. 23.• White House faces bipartisan backlash on Haitian migrants.• WhatsApp, social posts helped lead Haitian migrants to Texas.• Haitian trip to Texas border often starts in South America.• Grocery list goes viral on TikTok and sparks conversation about 'strategic incompetence. See it here: https://bit.ly/3u5meEx • 2nd Samuel 19 "We love him more than you do!" - The Players: King David himself. David's top priests Abithai. Shimei, the guy who threw stones at David. David's old friend and Caretaker Barzillai.“BEING BORN A GIRL, in any part of the world, has its challenges. Being born a girl of colour or a Black girl comes with an extra set of obstacles. Whether it is lack of access to education, sexualization, subjugation, trauma and violence, we face barriers no young person needs to face. I was no exception." ― Celina Caesar-Chavannes : Can You Hear Me Now? How I Found My Voice and Learned to Live with Passion and PurposeThank you for listening to S1 – Ep.61 ▶️ http://bit.ly/chonillanetwork | Help us create more content! Pass the plate & donate to https://bit.ly/passtheplatedonate☺ Tweet https://twitter.com/tsacpod and use the hashtag #TSACP while listening. – Join the Sherley & Clove podcast community on FB – Have a question or feedback; submit a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser. You never know; we may read or play your msg on the show! – Email us: email@example.com
"You know how when we don't get something we really really want, we can wallow in the emotions and feelings that dredge up..." Welcome to Episode 72 of Roll With Peace, In Mind. Today's riff is No Regrets, When Things Are Not Meant To Be: On The Mindfulness Tip. Man how many things can we find ourselves regretting on the regular? Countless times! In this episode, using an example from my own life, I talk about how holding regrets don't help to move us forward--these 'what ifs' 'should haves' and I wish it didn't' types of thoughts are assaults on our psyche because things DID happen the way we didn't want them to--playing them over and over in our minds is counter-productive, and letting go of regrets allows us to live more fully... Please tell your friends and family about this podcast, word of mouth is da the bomb-diggedy! **Producing a podcast takes a great deal of time, effort, and patience--especially when you are the Creator, Host, Producer, Writer, Editor, Artwork Creator/Designer and also the person to find, book, and interview the guests--it's a pretty massive job. And all of that for no pay. That's why I can use your help, please consider becoming a Podcast Patron for my Roll With Peace, In Mind podcast. Your contribution would assist me in continuing to create this valuable free product of service that promotes empowerment, peace of mind, shares stress and anxiety relief tips, inspires mindfulness and positivity. Also on my website www.jacquiebirdspiritualwellness.com check out my other products and services for your stress, anxiety, Mindfulness and Wellness needs. And I've got a group class to tell you about-- 1) End of The Month ChillOut: StressBusters Guided Meditation September 26th at 1:00PM EDT. This is my End of The Month virtual guided meditation group class. Click title for more information. 2) To Forgive is Divine: Guided Meditation & Journaling Workshop Saturday October 23rd and Sunday October 24th at 10:30AM EDT I will be offering this 90 minute workshop. Is there someone or maybe many people in your life that you're having trouble forgiving but you want to? Inwardly you know being unforgiving is holding you back from living a fuller more peaceful life. This workshop puts you on the road to freedom. Click title for more information. Check out my website for testimonials! * * * And lastly, who am I? I am Jacquie Bird of Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness. I have lived as a performing artist, Creative, and teacher since the age of 18. Bumps in the road? Um yeah...a LOT! They hurt? Uh huh, made a grown girl cry. But everything is a step in The Journey, to be Experienced and to be Learned from. Today I navigate with much more Grace, Wisdom, Joy, Intention, Mindfulness, Humor and GRATITUDE. In these podcast episodes, I share what I have learned and am still learning, with YOU. For more on my products and services, hit me up on my site Jacquie Bird, Spiritual Wellness Thank you for listening!
• The word əsˈCHo͞o,iˈSHo͞o• Music video: https://bit.ly/3nZmt2Y• NATIONAL CENTENARIAN'S DAY. A day to celebrate and honor those among us who have lived an entire century, and here is some advice.• Simone Biles broke down in tears Wednesday as she shared her story of being sexually abused by USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.• A Texas woman is bringing up 'corn hole' at a school board meeting, prompting them to shut off her mic.• "When you want something done right..." 2nd Book of Samuel - Chapter 18."I could not see how to reconcile the demands of party politics with the awakening I'd undergone. I had to leave. Sometimes the most powerful action you can take is to refuse to remain a part of the machine that is keeping you down." ― Celina Caesar-Chavannes : Can You Hear Me Now? How I Found My Voice and Learned to Live with Passion and Purpose"I was very young when Someone called me "Sinner" I got curious because in our language there no such word so I decided to ask my grandfather about it, he said; there is no such thing, our consciousness does not recognize this kind of words because it was made to manipulate and put guilt in our hearts, there are no sins what we have is choices and sometimes we make mistakes. Fear is what people use to take away your freedom, do not allow anybody to do this to you again grandson."― Gianni Crow Actor, Poet, Ajq'ij (Adgiwekidge) means Daykeeper, photographer and Spiritual Coach. www.giannicrow.blogspot.com Thank you for listening to S1 – Ep.60 ▶️ http://bit.ly/chonillanetwork | Help us create more content! Pass the plate & donate to https://bit.ly/passtheplatedonate ☺Tweet https://twitter.com/tsacpod and use the hashtag #TSACP while listening. – Join the Sherley & Clove podcast community on FB – Have a question or feedback; submit a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser. You never know; we may read or play your msg on the show! – Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Great Women in Compliance Podcast, co-hosted by Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley. As Lisa and Mary started the Great Women in Compliance, they envisioned a larger community of women and those who support the careers of women in ethics and compliance. In early 2021, Women in Compliance Global (WEC) was born, and, as they say, they "aspire to create an invaluable network of peers, learning, and career-building without borders and biases." In just a short time, WEC has moved their mission and impacted women in ethics and compliance globally. In honor of that, Lisa and Mary did their first joint GWIC interview with Luciane Mallmann and Gina Green, who are the Chair and Vice-Chair of WEC. They discuss their journey to form WEC, everything that they have done thus far, and some exciting plans for the future. We also get to know these two women who are just a part of WEC's founding team. Luciane, Gina, Mary and Lisa also share some of the best advice they have received when dealing with challenges. You can learn more about WEC on their website and through LinkedIn. Corporate Compliance Insights is a much appreciated sponsor and supporter of GWIC, including affiliate organization CCI Press publishing the related book; “Sending the Elevator Back Down, What We've Learned from Great Women in Compliance” (CCI Press, 2020). Thank you to all those who have taken the time to rate the GWIC podcast and book, it's much appreciated. If you've already read the booked and liked it, will you help out other women to make the decision to leverage off the tips and advice given by rating the book and giving it a glowing review on Amazon? As always, we are so grateful for all of your support and if you have any feedback or suggestions for our 2021 line up or would just like to reach out and say hello, we always welcome hearing from our listeners. You can subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast on any podcast player by searching for it and we welcome new subscribers to our podcast. Join the Great Women in Compliance community on LinkedIn here.
• The word deləˈtirēəs• Happy Harvest Moon Festival Korea (both South & North) – September 21, 2021 - https://bit.ly/39nY8ey Kidnaped by gamer• RuPaul is the Queen B of the Emmys and making history!• Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party win a third consecutive election, fall short of a majority. • Annamie Paul said: Thank you to all the Green candidates.• The Players: Absolom, Ahithophel, Hushai. 2nd Book of Samuel Chapter 17 - "F*** my life.""It's not just politics we have to do differently, I realized. We have to do everything differently. If people like me keep trying to fit into spaces like the House of Commons, which run according to a narrative of power and privilege designed to exclude us, how can we expect those spaces to change? We need politics to be different, but the powers-that-be keep fiddling round the edges, not attacking the structure itself, which was designed to reinforce the status quo." ― Celina Caesar-Chavannes : Can You Hear Me Now? How I Found My Voice and Learned to Live with Passion and Purpose Thank you for listening to S1 – Ep.59 ▶️ http://bit.ly/chonillanetwork | Help us create more content! Pass the plate & donate to https://bit.ly/passtheplatedonate ☺Tweet us https://bit.ly/2ZeMXTD and use the hashtag #TSACP while listening to an episode. – Join the Sherley & Clove community on FB – Send a voice message to Sherley & Clove voicemail at https://speakpipe.com/TSACPodcast. Have a question or feedback; submit a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser. You never know; we may read it or play your msg on the show! – Email us: email@example.com
9/20 Mick Shaffer of 41 KSHB joins the show to discuss the Chiefs' loss to the Ravens. Topics include Clyde's fumble, the run defense, and the lack of snaps for Juan Thornhill. We close out the show with Learned, Funniest & Best. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Kinzer – the ultimate Entrepreneur in one of the most difficult industries – RESTAURANTS!According to the National Restaurant Association, as of January 2021, there was a 65.91% year-on-year decline in consumers dining in restaurants in the U.S. as result of Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, John's establishments survived and even thrived! Why?Learn his secrets to success from a private equity executive to operating four bar & restaurant establishments. The variety of these will astound you. From upscale casual to sushi to pizza—all designed with a “community” atmosphere catered to the neighborhood.How does he run a thriving business in this pandemic? You'll learn about creativity, practical ownership advice and John's visionary accomplishments.Watch and listen on September 20th at 12:30CTTPOVS:-Be a friend of the neighborhood.-Lead from the front.-Be creative, think outside of the box.-Support local businesses.-Culture comes from the top.-Soft skills are more important than ever.-Think before you speak.-Hubris is the deadliest sin.
In today's podcast, we have the very energetic Keke Williams speak to us about how she and her partner, Peter, empower individual investors to create the financial freedom to live their dreams. Peter and Keke co-founded Global Investor Alliance to help people obtain the mindset strategies and tools to create recurring income from recession resilient real estate investments that have ultimately accelerated their own wealth building success. Through their US multifamily GP partnerships, they currently manage a portfolio of 1000+ doors across four projects in three metros valued at over $200 million. Additionally, with their America's farmland and agribusiness GP partnerships, they currently operate over 70 million Australian dollars across nearly 1000 hectares of farmland. Kekei spent 20 years in management, consulting and corporate sales and marketing prior to embarking on their full time real estate investing adventures. They have applied their collective corporate skills, experience and networks to their real estate investing pursuits in a way that empowers others to live their best life and also quenching their thirst for service global travel and adventure. This episode is going to be very educational especially to most of us who are not so familiar with investing in farms. If this is something that you might be interested in, make sure to tune in until the end or reach out to Keke through the links below to know more about this topic! [00:01 – 15:45] Opening Segment I introduce our guest, Keke Williams Connect with Keke through the links below Keke shares about her background Started with banking Learned how to manage and evaluate risks Used to help her parents sell houses Started learning about single family homes Tried mobile home parks syndications Figuring out multifamily investing with her partner Going through trial and error and finding the right fit [15:46 – 24:06] Investing with Friends and Family The importance of having a growth mindset The cons of having a traditional mindset Sharing her experience in investing to friends and family Investing is not for everybody People worry about bad investments How investing empowers people Feeling good about what you're investing in People have to be interested in it [24:07 – 39:52] The Challenges and Rewards of Investing in Farms Keke talks about her investing mistakes Investing in farms in Colombia Expenses of operating the farm [39:52 - 42:52] Closing Segment Keke shares her biography title Connect with Keke through the links below Final words Tweetable Quotes: “I think that we are happier if we adjust our expectations to the realization that it's always like, everything is a growth thing. Like you never get it right. And you never get it done. You know, it's just because life is that journey.” - Keke Williams Find out more and connect Keke Williams through her email at firstname.lastname@example.org or checkout her website at www.globalinvestoralliance.com. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. I believe that you only need a small axe to build a lasting empire. Let's start building yours! To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook or check out my website https://smallaxecommunities.com/ and book a call with me.
Chris Naugle has dedicated his life to being America's #1 Money Mentor. His success includes managing over 30 million dollars in assets in the financial services and advisory industry and tens of millions in real estate business, with over 200 transactions and an HGTV pilot show. In 20 years, Chris has built and owned 16 companies, with his businesses being featured in Forbes, ABC and House Hunters. He is currently the co-founder and CEO of FlipOut Academy™, founder of The Money School™, and Money Mentor for The Money Multiplier. Innovating what it takes to break the chains of financial slavery, Chris is driven to deliver the financial knowledge that fuels lasting freedom. To date, he has spoken to and taught over ten thousand Americans. In today's episode, Chris gets into how life changed when he put “we” in front of everything. He explains why you want to learn from people that have real freedom, and he also lets us know that we need to change where our money goes first, and what it will do for you. Check it out! [00:01 – 02:09] Opening Segment I introduce our guest, Chris Naugle Connect with our guest, see links below Check out Greg Reed and Steve Sims on the website! See links below [02:10 – 24:51] Chris and His Experience with Self-Education How learning has changed for Chris over the years Always went through traditional knowledge Learned to learn from the wealthy Learned to gain wisdom, not knowledge The best masterminds are about experiences Chris's mentors and masterminds Finding people who are living their perfect day Being humble to not be the big guy in the room Success is freedom and experiences, not material things Reinvesting in yourself is the best investment How masterminds has helped Chris get unstuck It's the people and network you are around with Knowing the right questions to ask Parallels between self education and standard Traditional education is important but it it skewed and archaic Education will look very differently especially with COVID Montessori method for kids [24:50 – 32:38] What to Expect from Chris Naugle What to expect when you invest in yourself and work with Chris Being in control of your money Being willing to change your mindset A success story from people who worked with Chris Teaching people how to solve their money problem by taking back control of their money Changing where your money goes first [32:39 – 37:55] Closing Segment Exciting things in store for Chris Actionable Items/Tips from Chris Change where your money goes first Watch the 90-minute video on my website! See links below Final words Tweetable Quotes: “We live in a very interesting time, a digital age where we know the price of everything, but the value of nothing.” - Chris Naugle “It is about what we do for others, what we what problems we solve for other people, not what problems we solve for yourself.” - Chris Naugle “And that's, that's the thing that most successful people are the most willing to share with others.” - Chris Naugle “And all you had to do is stop, be quiet, and listen, and then ask for advice when you needed it.” - Chris Naugle Connect with Chris onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jessepaulsmith/ ( )https://www.facebook.com/TheChrisNaugle/ (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/thechrisnaugle/ (Instagram), or send him an email at email@example.com. And don't forget to watch the life-changing 90 minute video on this website, https://www.chrisnaugle.com/resources/ (www.chrisnaugle.com). It's time to Stand Up, Show Up, and Level Up! Download The Success Finder on Apple and Google Play Store. You can connect with me, Brandon Straza, onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonstraza/ ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/brandonstraza/ ( Instagram), or send me an email athttps://firstname.lastname@example.org (...
Welcome to the Great Women in Compliance Podcast, co-hosted by Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley. Colleen Dorsey, our Great Woman in Compliance of the week, is well known for influencing Compliance careers early – she leads the University of St Thomas Compliance programming, preparing our Compliance Officers of tomorrow. Get a behind the scenes look into the evolution of Compliance education at the tertiary level. Also in this episode Colleen gives the GWIC listenership a run down on using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Compliance programs. In Compliance, as with everything else, it's important to keep up with new developments and tools that can help us achieve our goals more accurately and more efficiently. Those who don't keep up will most certainly get left behind. Fortunately Great Women in Compliance listeners are invested in their own professional development and keep up with the wealth of information provided by GWIC guests. Colleen gives basic understanding to lay the foundation of what AI and Machine Learning are and explains how these tools can be used to benefit Compliance programs, using a real life example and what the future might hold for these areas. Finally Colleen shares some of her wisdom surrounding self-awareness – you cannot improve yourself unless you know what you're working with and where your gaps are so it's important to be honest with yourself and be able to self-reflect objectively – with the help of others where necessary. Mary weighs in with some sound practical advice from Organizational Psychologist Adam Grant with a tip to make soliciting feedback easier for yourself and those around you. Corporate Compliance Insights is a much appreciated sponsor and supporter of GWIC, including affiliate organization CCI Press publishing the related book; “Sending the Elevator Back Down, What We've Learned from Great Women in Compliance” (CCI Press, 2020). Thank you to all those who have taken the time to rate the GWIC podcast and book, it's much appreciated. If you've already read the booked and liked it, will you help out other women to make the decision to leverage off the tips and advice given by rating the book and giving it a glowing review on Amazon? As always, we are so grateful for all of your support and if you have any feedback or suggestions for our 2021 line up or would just like to reach out and say hello, we always welcome hearing from our listeners. You can subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast on any podcast player by searching for it and we welcome new subscribers to our podcast. Join the Great Women in Compliance community on LinkedIn here.
Your leadership Beliefs are defined by your experiences good bad or indifferent. You may have had a great coach, or teacher and you use leadership lessens learned from them. Or you had a bad boss, that micro managed you, and you said you would never be that person. We take those lessens and apply them to our work today. As crisis management leaders, business continuity or emergency managers, people look to us to lead during difficult times. You have to develop your leadership style this is step two to your leadership blueprint. The Business Continuity ShowTwitter - https://bit.ly/3ojEIO2Facebook - https://bit.ly/2Tjqv5HLinkedIn - https://bit.ly/34mXyfzYouTube - https://bit.ly/3mePJyGAwards:https://blog.feedspot.com/business_continuity_podcasts/
Whether you're trying to scale back to a simpler schedule or ramp up after a pandemic hiatus, adjusting to kids' activities and extracurriculars is a huge part of settling into a fall routine. In Episode 330 Meagan and Sarah look at this topic with some hindsight (sharing what we learned about ourselves and our kids by trying different activities during the little years), and also through the lens of Fall 2021 (what our kids are playing and trying now, and how a year off has changed things in our families). We also reflect on how our own childhoods influence our family cultures around extracurriculars, and what has surprised us about how older kids and teens find their passions and pursuits. The post Managing Kids' Extracurriculars (What We've Learned & What's On Tap This Fall): Episode 330 appeared first on The Mom Hour.
Day 10 of the Everyday Woman Series - Lessons: Lived, Laughed, Learned is with Stelita Cheatam. The Speak Up Sis Everyday Woman Series was created to help another woman overcome guilt, shame and condemnation. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.SpeakUpSis.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
Last year, September 11th, 2019, the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, Lieutenant General Erik Kurilla, commander of the Fort Bragg-based XVIII Airborne Corps, delivered a message to the community and the Army. It was a speech about the lessons we've learned - and perhaps forgotten - from our National response to that tragedy. Audio from that speech was posted online the next day. Tens of thousands have heard the speech since. Many people across the country have requested a copy of that speech (we are not releasing the speech in written form). Today, the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we're releasing that speech, titled "What We've Learned," in audio form for the 18th Airborne Corps podcast. This is the official podcast of the US Army's XVIII Airborne Corps. We ask that you please subscribe to the program on Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, or Spotify. Please tell others about the program and please leave a five-star rating and review, as these help others find the show.
Day 9 of the Everyday Woman Series - Lessons: Lived, Laughed, Learned is with Nicole R. Dudley. This is probably our most vulnerable share to date of the series. She shares a taboo decision she made that most women decide to carry to the grave. However, Nicole shares her testimony right here on the Speak Up Sis Everyday Woman Series to help another woman overcome guilt, shame and condemnation. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.SpeakUpSis.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
Day 8: of the Everyday Woman Series - Lessons: Lived, Laughed, Learned is with Regina Hicks. She shares a part of her story of drug addiction and the day she finally decided to kick the habit. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.SpeakUpSis.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
Day 7: of the Everyday Woman Series - Lessons: Lived, Laughed, Learned is with Angel Lovelace. She shares the moment when she decided to stop trying to carry the world on her shoulders and to begin to choose herself first. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.SpeakUpSis.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
Our guest for Day 5 had technical issues which compromised the sound quality. If you would like to hear Day 5 (Recovery & Addiction) visit the Speak Up Sis Youtube channel at Youtube.com/speakups Today's episode of will be Day 6: of the Everyday Woman Series - Lessons: Lived, Laughed, Learned is with Coach Starr. She discusses how she learned to evolve from living a fearful life as a young, teen mom to living freely and fearlessly as a globetrotting, lab scientist. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.SpeakUpSis.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
Day 4 of the Everyday Woman Series - Lessons: Lived, Laughed, Learned is with Tabitha Obienu. Tabitha talks about her experience entering motherhood prematurely and shares a life lesson that transcends pregnancy and will help you better understand other situations you may find yourself in prematurely. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.SpeakUpSis.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
This is Day 3 of the Speak Up Sis Everyday Woman Series - Lesson: Lived, Laughed, Learned. Brittney Kendle talks about your mess being your message. Learn more about the Speak Up Sis community at www.speakupsis.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakupsis/support
We often receive the message that we can have it all; we can do it all. Social media messages, societal expectations, and our own self talk often feed the lie that we can do EVERYTHING. When we don't live up to the unrealistic expectation that we can do everything and succeed at everything, there is a cost to our mental health. In this episode, we discuss this topic with New York Times best selling author, Greg McKeown. He helps identify the lie that we can do everything, and instead offers a path of wisdom, balance, and priorities instead of the wild racing that we often indulge in when we are trying to say yes to everything. He gives us very applicable steps on how to make doing what truly matters to us easy. BOOKS AND LINKS: Greg's Website: https://gregmckeown.com Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most // Greg McKeown Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less // Greg McKeown RELATED EPISODES Essentialism / How to Do Less But Better Discovering YOUR Life Essentials EPISODE SPONSORS MamaZen: Mindful Parenting App If you're experiencing impatience, anger, anxiety, and feel frustrated with your kids, then you need to get this app. MamaZen will teach you how to control your negative emotions so you can deal with your kids' difficult behavior with more love and patience. You'll feel calmer, happier, and more connected to your kids. Some of our favorite sessions are Reduce Mom's Guilt, Patience for Never Ending Bedtime, and Overcome Anxi ety and Overwhelm. Sessions are only 2-15 minutes long, and even 1-2 times a week makes a huge difference. Go to your app store and download MamaZen today. Use PROMO CODE findthemagic to get full, unlimited FREE access for 30 days! Thank you for the kind reviews! We appreciate them so much. Here is how to leave a review for us on iTunes: Open Find the Magic in the podcast app Scroll to the bottom of the page Click on write a review Tap the stars to rate us and then write us some feedback:) Hit SEND Review of the week--we love our dad listeners! Carguy1982 Loved the playful parenting episode. As a father, that is a subject I face all of the time. Learned a lot about how to approach it better and more effectively. I added many of the great suggestions in playing and interacting with my kids and it has been amazing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findthemagic/support
Why you should NOT commit to a plan! Insight from Sadhguru, the book 'The way of the peaceful warrior' and even Matthew Mcconaughey. Shana Tova to my fellow jews!! Learned some new facts about the holiday as well a time to be OPEN! ENJOY!
This week I walk you through a diagnosis of a P0017 on a 2011 Subaru Outback that seems unfix-able. With some help from some friends we're able to get this one back on the road...eventually. Learned cam value TSB- https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2019/MC-10160490-9999.pdf Website- https://autodiagpodcast.com/Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/223994012068320
This episode was recorded on May 13th, 2021 In today's episode, Dr. Jordan Peterson sits down with four vocal members of the #Bitcoin community for an introduction to the world of #cryptocurrencies. Together, they cover a variety of topics ranging from the intricacies of Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies and #blockchain security, to philosophical opinions on the utility of money, ideal economics, and mapping value. He is joined by John Vallis, host of the Bitcoin Rapid-Fire podcast that brings on the industry's experts to discuss world-changing technology. Richard James, the creator of the film Hard Money which digs deep into the corrupted nature of what money has become. Gigi Der, a software engineer who writes code for Bitcoin, and author of 21 Lessons: What I've Learned from Falling Down the Bitcoin Rabbit Hole. And Robert Breedlove, ex-hedge fund manager, philosopher in the Bitcoin space, and host of The "What is Money?" Show. For more on today's guests: John Vallis' podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bitcoin-rapid-fire/id1476958861 Richard James' movie: https://www.hardmoneyfilm.com/ Gigi's book: https://21lessons.com/ Robert Breedlove's podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400 The opinions expressed in the video are for general informational purposes only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual or on any specific security or investment product. It is only intended to provide education about the financial industry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices