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Part of being human is having a desire for evolution and change. We are seekers of constant improvement. Sometimes change is hard to come by because there's no clear path to go from where we are to what we want. This is where determination and resolve come in handy. I think it's safe to say that if you're reading this, you want to take charge of making changes in your life. You're ready to take an active role in creating what you want in your life experience. Great — taking ownership of your success journey will require a few things that when you apply consistently will make success a reality faster than you might think. You must have the potential for change. Nothing will happen without it. So, How do you know if you've got potential for change? You feel unsatisfied with things in your life experience and have a nagging thought you're meant for more. You have a curious mind. You have an ability and desire to learn. You're ready to take responsibility for the 4 things you can control: Your thoughts — Your thoughts lead to your focus which leads to your outcomes. If your thoughts aren't leading to successful outcomes, you can change them to something that better serves you. Check out our free resources linked in the show notes. Your emotions — Emotions are communication from your unconscious mind. Learn from them, process them, and get into feel-good states. Your language — The words you speak and the words in your mind matter. Use positive, toward language to speak to the things you want and how you want them (not about what you don't want). Your actions — Take consistent action that aligns with the success you want. The key is to do it consistently and with intention. Be at cause. This is the essential NLP frame for empowerment.When you decide to take ownership of your outcomes, you become more aware of your state, environment, and the outcomes you're currently getting. The empowerment frame teaches that you are the sum of your conscious and unconscious choices. So if you want to know how you're doing, just look around what's going on internally and externally. There's no blame here — only the knowledge and awareness that you have a choice in the matter. And when you know better, you can do better. Awareness leads to inspired action, which leads to more resources, more knowledge, and opportunities for creating lasting change. Then you'll be ready to create the change you seek by doing the following: Focus on what you want with complete abandon. Don't get frustrated if it's not your life experience right now. Maintain focus on the desire for the sheer joy of wanting it. Speak to what you want. Using positive, toward language creates momentum. Simply say it the way you want it. Take action that aligns with your goals. Be at cause by paying attention to your moment-to-moment experience. This is simple, but it isn't easy. My coaching programs help clients get to success more quickly. But can you do it on your own? Absolutely! I did. And you'll find many free resources here to support you on your journey. Own your journey. You've got this. Thanks for listening! To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below Use the “I have a question” button Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn Find Brenda on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube Links from today's episode: Soulful Business Revolution Program — open for enrollment now 21-Day NLP Abundance Breakthrough Mind Revolution episode The Life-Changing Power of Redefining Deserving Check out our free resources!
On this week's episode, Jeff welcomes Gunlek Ruder, the President, and CEO of S. Martinelli and Company, a 153-year-old family business. Gun has been with Martinelli's for eight years, operating as a non-family member in various capacities including Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer. Jeff and Gun discuss the impact and importance of the 5.5 million family-owned businesses in the US including that they contribute 57% of US GDP, employ 63% of our workforce, and are responsible for 78% of all new job creation. Gun talks about how a company like Martinelli's can make it to the 5th and 6th generation and retain the positive aspects of heritage while creating innovative new products. He explains what it's like to work for a family-owned business, shares key leadership advice for non-family member managers, and talks about the ways the pandemic made the company reevaluate their mission, vision, core values, and purpose. Gun shares about his philanthropic work with his friends Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf, and how he still has a special place in his heart for philanthropy.
We're in a new series today called, Connected—Breaking Out of Isolation. And as Pastor Mark Jobe mentioned yesterday, in order to authentically connect with the people around us, we need to be willing to forgive and forget. But a lot of times, that's easier said than done! So, that's why, today on Bold Steps, Mark wants to help you learn How to Maintain Your Forgiveness. Mark starts our message by turning to the book of Ephesians... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you have to dig through closets to find what you need? Do your kids complain that they have nothing to play with, but their bedrooms are covered in toys? In today's episode, I talk to Diane Boden, author of “Minimalist Moms: Living and Parenting With Simplicity” and host of the Minimalist Moms podcast. Diane gives practical advice on how we can dig out and move towards a more minimalist lifestyle. *New!* Watch video clips from this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube channel! If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag me @mindfulmamamentor. Have you left a review yet? All you have to do is go to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher (or wherever you listen), and thanks for your support of the show! 3 Takeaways: Start by pulling everything out. Take the time to be intentional and honest. Maintain by building in boundaries and remaining consistent. Diane Boden is the voice behind the top-rated podcast, the Minimalist Moms, where she spreads her ideas and interviews others in regards to living a life in the pursuit of less. Her goal is simply: think more and do with less. Get Hunter's book, Raising Good Humans now! Click here to order and get book bonuses! ABOUT HUNTER CLARKE-FIELDS: Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindful mama mentor. She coaches smart, thoughtful parents on how to create calm and cooperation in their daily lives. Hunter has over 20 years of experience in mindfulness practices. She has taught thousands worldwide. Be a part of the tribe—we're over 25 thousand strong! Join the Mindful Parenting membership. Take your learning further! Get my Top 2 Best Tools to Stop Yelling AND the Mindful Parenting Roadmap for FREE at: mindfulmamamentor.com/stopyelling/ Find more podcasts, blog posts, free resources, and how to work with Hunter at MindfulMamaMentor.com. Be sure to check out this deal from this week's sponsor: Get 10% off your first order with promo code MINDFUL at OSEAmalibu.com.
God has called us to be in community with one another. And that means we should be striving towards being healthy and connected. Part of our health comes from one little word that is sometimes so difficult … forgiveness. Pastor Mark Jobe says that forgiveness is a tough word sometimes and there's a lot of misconception around the idea of “forgiving”, but if we want to authentically connect and build relationships that grow, we MUST be willing to tear down the walls that keep us isolated. Today's Bold Steps message is from our series, Connected—Breaking Out of Isolation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeff is a high performer who is great at what he does, but unfortunately was following trendy workouts and doing long cardio sessions. Plus, he was spending hours of his precious time every week trying to figure out the best nutrition approach for him. Listen to this episode to learn the strategies Ted shared with Jeff and helped him burn fat while going to business meetings, vacations, and social gatherings without worrying about what he was eating or drinking.
Eric Misch shares how he went from struggle to success in network marketing. Talks about vision, commitment and having the right expectationsWho is Eric Misch?Eric Misch started out as an entrepreneur right out of college by opening a chain of wireless retails stores. After learning how difficult it was to run a traditional brick and mortar business, Eric transitioned into a career in corporate sales and was a top income earner working for a leading Fortune 200 company.Despite his success he had to answer to multiple bosses and had no residual income.In 2012, he was reintroduced to network marketing by a random stranger who handed him a gift card and got started.Today, he's a full time leader and is a multiple 6 figure earner who has over 57,000 customers.Favorite QuoteSuccess leaves clues.Recommended Books by Brandon StevensGo Pro by Eric WorreThe Four Year Career by Richard Bliss BrookeBeach Money by Jordan Adler Recommended Online AppCalendlyRecommended Prospecting ToolCompany VideoContact InfoEric Misch on Facebook and Instagram
In Revelation 2 the Church of Ephesus is rebuked for leaving her first love. Despite her otherwise positive attributes, she lost the primary focus of her existence. Join me this week on "Maintain the Flame" as I share some important truths about how to maintain our first love experience with the Lord. Prepare to be blessed and encouraged!
Have you ever had a completely unreasonable reaction to someone or something without understanding why? Do you feel like your relationships are draining you rather than nourishing you?How you interact with other people, and engage with the world in general, has everything to do with unresolved impressions from the past and how you are managing your energy.In this episode, Myra shares:How unresolved samskara (memories/impressions) affect our ability to process what's happening in life right now and what to do about itHow to take care of your aura, your energy bodyA simple tool for managing your relationships energetically so that you don't keep creating the same experiences over and over againThanks for tuning in to the Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule podcast. If this series inspires you to live a more holistic and balanced lifestyle, check out Hale Pule's 4-week Agni Therapy program - a reset for your digestion and your life! It includes Ayurveda and Yoga practices, energy work, a private support group and weekly live Q&A to support your healing process. Learn more here.You can also connect with Myra and the Hale Pule team over at the refreshing Spark your Intuition meditation series, on Instagram and on Facebook.
Whether an athlete signs a lucrative contract, you win a big project at work, or we see prosperity in our country in years past, the tendency can be to ease up off the gas pedal. You worked so hard for so long and now you finally have what you were chasing. The problem is, if you quit doing the things that got you there, the success you are seeing will quickly fade. So how do you maintain the hunger for success when things are going well for you?
Meaningful and candid conversations about health and tapping into your intuitive self; this is the Rebel Talk podcast with Dr. Michelle Peris. This episode is brought to you by The Wild Collective. For more information, please see the bottom of this episode's show notes. Dr. Michelle Peris, ND is joined by Meghan Telpner, an author, speaker, nutritionist, and founder of the academy of culinary nutrition. She has written two best-selling books, UnDiet: Eat Your Way To Vibrant Health and the UnDiet Cookbook. Meghan's success in cultivating a global community of UnDiet enthusiasts and culinary nutrition experts has garnered her a feature in Forbes and ranked her as one of the top 100 female entrepreneurs in Canada. We talk briefly about her journey into holistic nutrition and we talk about her most exciting new program. We just had a really great conversation about how to maintain a high vibration state during challenging times. This conversation is for anyone who is feeling numb or disconnected at this time; Meghan is an absolute joy. Sign up for Meghan's new program, called The Program: https://www.meghantelpner.com/theprogram/ Continue on your wild journey… Wild Collective link: https://join.the-wild-collective.com/start-today-1 This episode of the Rebel Talk Podcast is brought to you by The Wild Collective. The Wild Collective is our community health initiative that helps women understand the intersection of our physiology, how our body works, how our hormones, how our stress, how our lifestyle factors influence our ability to connect with our intuition. It is where like-minded individuals have high-level conversations and learn a curriculum that every woman has the right to know, that is in their best interest to understand so that they can take their health and their life to the next level. It is our deepest honor and privilege to be able to offer this here at the poppy clinic. If you have been curious to learn more about our sisterhood and how to leverage community as your superpower to take radical action in your life. Then I highly recommend that you connect with us in two ways. One, you join our five day free challenge via the link on our Instagram page and two, you join our upcoming masterclass. It is called the science of sisterhood, the ultimate women's health blueprint. We would love for you to join us. www.poppyclinic.com Dr. Michelle Peris at Instagram Dr. Michelle Peris at Facebook Designs for Health Have you ever heard of IV Vitamin Therapy? This is one of the treatments that are offered at the Poppy Clinic, you can receive it as a stand-alone treatment or as part of your holistic health care. IV stands for Intravenous. It is a 40-minute session during which you are administered a customized blend of vitamins intravenously, right into your bloodstream. The advantage of getting your vitamins this way is that the digestive tract is bypassed in order for you to absorb 100% of what you are getting, you are receiving the vitamins directly, and are able to get much higher doses of the vitamins than you would ever be able to get otherwise. Did you know that 1 of 3 people have a digestive compromise? This means that even if you are eating a great diet or taking all of your vitamins, you might not actually be digesting and absorbing everything. IV Vitamin Therapy is the treatment that helps you absorb 100% of vitamins into your system. Benefits of IV Vitamin Therapy: - Boost your immune system - Heal from chronic disease - Fight off infections - Boost your mood - Improve sleep quality - Calm your nervous system - Health optimization - Prevention of disease - Anti-aging and collagen production boost Reach out to the Poppy Clinic! You don't need a referral. We look forward to meeting you very soon!
So we're entering the time of year that well…we often slack a bit on those healthy habits. We get busy. There are tons of work things and family events…Let's face it…often the holidays are when our motivation fades and often our healthy habits fall by the wayside.But I think part of the reason why we ultimately lose progress so we feel we have to start over in the new year is because we're holding ourselves to too high of standards.Say whaaaat?!Ok don't get me wrong. I believe 100% in hard work.But I also think we hide behind having to be all in or the “go hard or go home” attitude so much so that we end up doing NOTHING when we can't do everything and be perfect with our implementation.It's why I want to prepare you for this time of year by giving you permission to do the minimum.Yup. The minimum.Because sometimes by simply doing as little as we can to MAINTAIN our current results we move ourselves forward.I mean think about it this way even…If you started the New Year even where you are NOW over, say 5lbs heavier from all of the holiday eating, wouldn't that be better?And on top of that, by often doing the minimum and being slightly better than we were the year before, we ultimately enter the New Year BETTER OFF than where we are currently. Because consistency adds up. It may not happen as fast as we'd like, but those results do snowball.So I wanted to really highlight how you can do the minimum and still see results with these tips…
The metaverse — a term originally coined by the author Neal Stephenson in his sci-fi novel ‘Snow Crash' — is now widely used to describe how our physical realities will be augmented and overlaid by ambient and accessible digital experiences and services. Luxury's entrance into the metaverse was expedited by many brands' leverage of new technologies to speak to consumers when lockdowns removed physical interactions in bricks-and-mortar stores and in-person events. But the impact of virtual and augmented reality on consumer behaviour preceded 2020: Forbes reported in 2019 that 40 percent of consumers were willing to spend more on a product they can experience through augmented reality technology first. From stores that guide you from the street to luxury items designed exclusively for the smart glasses that every major tech platform is working on, the future of luxury is already here — it's just not evenly distributed.To discover what impact the metaverse will have on the future of the luxury goods industry, BoF spoke with four global experts to share their insights with host Robin Mellery-Pratt. Expert Commentators: Ommy Akhe is one of the breakout stars of this first generation of AR. The creative technologist specialises in augmented reality, making experiential software and AR prototypes through tools such as Facebook's Spark AR software.. Previously working as an ethical hacker in information security, the London-based developer has now created dozens of filters for platforms such as Instagram Stories and Facebook. “In the digital space, there's obviously a high profit margin because digital products are infinitely scalable. You write one programme or you have one object, and obviously this can be duplicated, whether it be a million times or one time.” Sergey Arkhangelskiy is the founder and CEO of Wanna AR solutions, having previously worked as a lead engineer in Google's search ranking team. Wanna has collaborated with the likes of Gucci, providing the technology behind their virtual try-ons and the creation of the brand's first virtual sneakers. “Digital fashion is for younger people, for Gen-Z, for millennials, for the people who are mobile, native or digital age [...] These people are critically important for those brands — this is the new generation of consumers, they're becoming the purchasing power.” Alissa Aulbekova and Paula Sello are co-founders and creative directors behind Auroboros, the first digital collection shown in London Fashion Week's DiscoveryLAB. Auroboros is also part of the Sarabande Foundation. Aulbekovas previously worked at Dazed magazine as a fashion stylist, while Sello held previous roles as an archive assistant at Chanel and at Vogue as a fashion stylist. “Since coming from this gaming generation, we're really understood drop culture and how these games are becoming so hyperreal. It's more a gamified experience [...] it's all blurring lines between digital fashion and what you wear on your social media.” Follow the series to ensure you never miss an episode and discover actionable insights into the opportunities and challenges a redefined industry will bring and how luxury's transformation will impact your business. Sign up for BoF's Daily Digest newsletter. For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: email@example.com. For all sponsorship enquiries, it's: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The metaverse — a term originally coined by the author Neal Stephenson in his sci-fi novel ‘Snow Crash' — is now widely used to describe how our physical realities will be augmented and overlaid by ambient and accessible digital experiences and services. From stores that guide you from the street to luxury items designed exclusively for the smart glasses, the future of luxury is already here — it's just not yet evenly distributed. What's more, as an industry traditionally based on heritage craftsmanship, valuable natural resources and, until now, tactility, questions arise on the role these defining luxury qualities will have in an increasingly digitised world. To discover what impact the metaverse will have on the future of the luxury goods industry, BoF spoke with four global experts to share their insights with host Robin Mellery-Pratt. Expert Commentators: Ommy Akhe is one of the breakout stars of this first generation of AR. The creative technologist specialises in augmented reality, making experiential software and AR prototypes through tools such as Facebook's Spark AR software.. Previously working as an ethical hacker in information security, the London-based developer has now created dozens of filters for platforms such as Instagram Stories and Facebook. “In the digital space, there's obviously a high profit margin because digital products are infinitely scalable. You write one programme or you have one object, and obviously this can be duplicated, whether it be a million times or one time.” Sergey Arkhangelskiy is the founder and CEO of Wanna AR solutions, having previously worked as a lead engineer in Google's search ranking team. Wanna has collaborated with the likes of Gucci, providing the technology behind their virtual try-ons and the creation of the brand's first virtual sneakers. “Digital fashion is for younger people, for Gen-Z, for millennials, for the people who are mobile, native or digital age [...] These people are critically important for those brands — this is the new generation of consumers, they're becoming the purchasing power.” Alissa Aulbekova and Paula Sello are co-founders and creative directors behind Auroboros, the first digital collection shown in London Fashion Week's DiscoveryLAB. Auroboros is also part of the Sarabande Foundation. Aulbekovas previously worked at Dazed magazine as a fashion stylist, while Sello held previous roles as an archive assistant at Chanel and at Vogue as a fashion stylist. “Since coming from this gaming generation, we're really understood drop culture and how these games are becoming so hyperreal. It's more a gamified experience [...] it's all blurring lines between digital fashion and what you wear on your social media.” Follow the series to ensure you never miss an episode and discover actionable insights into the opportunities and challenges a redefined industry will bring and how luxury's transformation will impact your business. Sign up for BoF's Daily Digest newsletter. For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: email@example.com. For all sponsorship enquiries, it's: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hola, Hello! On this chisme, we had the amazing opportunity to speak with Sandra Hinojosa Ludwig, who is a certified Life Coach and author of the book "Chica Why Not?'' , and we talked about the process of living intentionally. everyone talks about it but how can one make it happen? How and where to start? and How to mantain it? Sandra Hinojosa Ludwig is a certified life coach from the Transformational Arts College in Toronto, Canada and the best selling author of “Chica, Why Not? How to live with intention and manifest a life that loves you back” published by Hay House. Through her Facebook and Instagram communities, as well as her non-profit coaching program, her 1:1 coaching and her Chica Catalyst, she helps Latinas intentionally manifest a life that loves them back. Through her work, Sandra has connected with women from all over the Americas. After leaving her childhood home of Monterrey, Mexico, Sandra poured herself into a successful corporate career that took her to live in Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, and ultimately to Canada, where she now resides. Tired from trying to unsuccessfully chase happiness, she turned to therapy and spirituality for help, eventually becoming a certified life coach, Reiki practitioner, and a certified angel card reader. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chismethatmatterspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chismethatmatterspodcast/support
In this episode we will unpack many concepts including: - How to deal with difficult people - How to deal with your difficult states - Learn how to overcome past conditioning - Stop buying into other peoples Frames - Maintain your own Frame - Build and Upgrade your Frame all premised on one little Secret*
Rest Leads To Revenue Podcast Episode 68: Organizing Your Week To Maintain a Balanced and Healthy Lifestyle Host: Donata D. Mooring - Certified Sleep Science Coach | Author Guest: Darrell Green - Fitness Coach - CEO at the Grind Wellness Store Produced By: Elite Conversations Podcast Media
Hello Smart Firefighting Community! Welcome to another episode of covering real world innovations via interviews with fire service and technology industry experts that empower YOU to develop your very own Smart Firefighting strategy! This is the sixth episode of our IAFC Technology Council Outreach Mini Series! Want to learn how to fly with a click of a button? In this episode: - How can first responders maintain constant situational awareness while on scene? - How to avoid the need for a part 107 license "Built for first responders," Fotokite provides public safety teams with mission-critical situational awareness from elevated perspectives. Their actively tethered UAS (unmanned aerial system) saves team resources by launching, flying and landing with the single push of a button - no piloting necessary. Fotokite is authorized and recognized by aviation authorities as a safer alternative to traditional tethered drone and free-flying public safety drone systems. SFF spoke with Fotokite's Business Development and Team Logistics Director Nate Bazydlo and their Program Director Bradford Morse to discover exactly how tethered drones work. Nate supports the company's growth through business development and logistical coordination while providing value to team in anyway needed within such a robust start-up culture. Bradford has 20 years of experience providing direction to high performing teams with a proven track record of 7 US patents and 8 products that have delivered lucrative results for Eaton, General Electric and Motorola. Connect with Nate: LinkedIn Connect with Bradford: LinkedIn Join our SFF Community! Head to www.smartfirefighting.com to discover how SFF accelerates innovation for emergency responders, to find out when our next event is or review our curated resources! Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn
The experience of continual prayer in the life of a believer has amazing results on multiple fronts. However, when it comes to developing the character of Christ, nothing aides in this nobel quest like prayer. Join me this week on "Maintain the Flame" as I share some vital truths regarding character, personal rigthteousness, and a life of prayer. Be prepared to be stirred!
This is episode two (2) of sitting by the fireplace that will be held on Sunday afternoons at 5PM mountain standard time (MST), 7 PM eastern and 4 PM pacific. Our topic today is with a member of the community Lahn Jones who shares from hi own experience the tools that he has used to help him cope during the pandemic for the last 18 months. All the episodes will be live and we welcome callers, views and comments. Please note that we will not be on the air on Thanksgiving weekend Sunday October-10-2021.
Tim and Julie Harris present 4 more points on how to gain back your control and end those 3 am Real Estate night sweats! Always have 3-5 minimum standards, use the above as your benchmark. Gratitude, media free, working out, and add the number of proactive contacts you have to make per day based on your Treasure Map. Track all of your critical numbers using the White Board / Visual Accountability system we teach in Premier coaching and present in the Treasure Map. Maintain a regular, 'normal person' schedule of starting on time and stopping on time. Working til midnight and eating pizza between appointments is not sustainable or professional. Keep a gratitude journal on your desk and recognize the little 'easter eggs' that occur throughout the day. Read your journal on days where you feel overwhelmed. Use the affirmation, ‘I have an attitude of gratitude', and you'll end your feelings of overwhelm. "I think faith is incredibly important because you will become overwhelmed with what's happening and you will have waves of grief, but when you turn to your faith, I believe God will give you waves of grace to get through it.” Joel Osteen Schedule A Free Coaching Call Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Listen on Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest is Ian Ginsberg, who is a pharmacist, president, and the third-generation owner of C.O Bigelow, which is America's oldest Apothecary. In this episode, Ian and I discuss his role at C.O Bigelow and the history behind the company. Ian also discusses what makes the company so special and how they successfully cultivate brand integrity throughout all these years and the importance of storytelling to keep their brand relevant and alive. Ian goes into details about the brand heritage and how they create and choose products to touch people emotionally. We also talk about things on his to do list that he hasn't completed yet, how he's seen NYC changed throughout the years and his current stress and concern over the uncertainty of the city's future. About C.O. Bigelow: Nestled in Greenwich Village, C.O. Bigelow was founded in 1838 by Dr. Galen Hunter, and the store was originally called The Village Apothecary Shop until it was was bought and renamed by his employee Clarence Otis Bigelow in 1880. For nearly two centuries, C.O. Bigelow has served some of the country's most prominent personalities including Eleanor Roosevelt, Mark Twain and, legend has it, Thomas Edison, who is said to have used a salve to soothe his burnt fingers while inventing the lightbulb. Since 1939, C.O. Bigelow has been owned and operated by the Ginsberg family. Daily operations are overseen by third-generation owner and President, Ian Ginsberg RPh, and his son, Alec, PharmD at C.O. Bigelow today. The brand fuses its decades of knowledge with the best of today's technology to create authentic and effective solutions to everyday problems. Many of C.O. Bigelow's formulas are based on the apothecary's original recipes—including Lemon Body Cream, which dates back to 1870—while others are inspired by ingredients found while scouring the globe. With a focus on honest ingredients, all products are are cruelty-free and prepared with minimal preservatives. C.O. Bigelow's unique product range, brand heritage and store location continue to draw locals and tourists alike looking to enjoy a memorable shopping experience and premium products. The retailer serves a diverse clientele from its online shop and its landmark brick-and-mortar store, where a dedicated team fills prescriptions, provides personalized service, and sells a wide array of beauty and personal care products from the company's namesake brand and a collection of their favorite brands from across the globe. C.O. Bigelow products are also sold in luxury boutiques, lifestyle stores, and department stores in the US and abroad. You can find more about C.O Bigelow by visiting their website https://www.bigelowchemists.com/ and you can follow them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cobigelow/. Feel free to direct any questions, comments or feedback to email@example.com regarding this podcast or episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecityconfessions/support
Let's strengthen and support our immune systems. This week we dive into mushrooms and their impact on our immunity and anti-aging crusade. You may be surprised at the healing and restorative benefits of mushrooms. Mushrooms are magical! We've talked about the amazing benefits of mushrooms before but today we dive deeper into the top 7 mushrooms that support our health. Listen in to learn how chaga, turkey tail, shitake, maitake, cordyceps, lion's mane, and reishi mushrooms work hard to keep us healthy and our immune systems strong. What Mushrooms Are In 7M+? Turkey tail, chaga, shiitake, maitake, cordyceps, lion's mane, and reishi. Chaga Chaga has been used for centuries, primarily in the East. It's known for its immune support and soothing properties. Many traditional healers have used it as a soothing tea for a powerful and natural digestive support. It's also shown the potential to help maintain healthy blood pressure levels that are already within the normal range. Chaga also has very powerful antioxidant properties that make it a powerhouse on its own. Cordyceps Cordyceps have been shown to help regulate a healthy immune system. They're also strong inflammation fighters. Cordyceps were at one time so highly-valued that it was only allowed to be consumed by the Emperor of China, who lived 100+ years, and still fathered children into his 100s. Also known for the ability to support sexual health and athletic ability, Cordyceps have been the most sought-after nutritional mushroom in the Orient. Lion's Mane Lion's Mane is known to support brain health, boost cognitive function, and aid against age-related memory loss. It also helps maintain mental focus and function, as well as promoting healthy digestive function through its powerful regulation of bacteria. Turkey Tail It's considered one of the best-researched mushrooms on Earth. Its benefits are just as strong as other nutritional mushrooms, such as Reishi, Cordyceps, and Maitake. It contains powerful antioxidant nutrients and high levels of selenium, vitamin D, and vitamin B3, which are crucial for boosting and maintaining immunity. Turkey Tail is so effective, we've put it in several of our supplements. Shiitake The benefits of Shiitake mushrooms for your immune system are some of the most well-documented for any type of nutritional mushroom. Perhaps its greatest influence is in the activity of the tiny cells responsible for protecting your immune system from inflammation. A recent four-week study showed that daily use of Shiitake mushrooms boosted the immune response in young adults. They have the potential to keep your immune cells protected from inflammation and the signs of aging. Lentinan Lentinan is a polysaccharide extracted from the fruit body of the Shiitake. So, deep within the Shiitake mushroom is Lentinan. Lab studies show that not only is Lentinan effective at supporting a healthy immune system, but it also has cholesterol-lowering properties. Maitake Lab studies show that this nutrient-rich wild mushroom is not only effective at supporting a healthy immune system. It can also help regulate blood pressure Support healthy blood sugar Fight off abnormal cell growth Maintain healthy inflammation… and much more! It's no wonder many cultures around the world use the magical maitake mushroom as a powerful healing tonic and medicinal food. Reishi Nicknamed the “Mushroom of Immortality.” It's not hard to see why Reishi mushrooms have been used in natural health remedies for hundreds of years. It seems every year, science uncovers new uses for this wonder nutrient. It may be thanks to the complex compounds found in Reishi mushrooms that help regulate and support an aging immune system, reduce inflammation, and assist in healthy heart function. Why Take 7M+? You're going to have a hard time going to the grocery store and picking out all these mushrooms and getting them into your diet. And not only that, but you can buy a lot of these different mushroom products individually, in their own capsule form, in a bottle, and pay $50 for each one in a bottle, or you can get all of these wrapped into one product, a blend of all of these mushrooms that work synergistically together. The reason why I think this product is so powerful and mushrooms are so powerful, our immune system, and we also talked a lot about the gut and the bacteria and the gut health, all of it supports our overall health, not only from the physical perspective, but our emotional perspective. What Is the Aging Process? It's all of the functions and systems in our body slowing down, shutting down in a sense, going slower, slower, slower, slower, to the point where you're just not as healthy as you once were. But we're seeing through the research, we've talked about today in this podcast, in a previous podcast, that we actually can do things to keep ourselves healthier longer. Supplements Jonathan Recommends Everyone Take Multi-Vita-Maxx Turmeric 3D 7M+ Resources: Empowering You Organically Podcast on Telomeres Organixx 7M+ Organixx Multi-Vita-Maxx Organixx Turmeric 3D Antioxidant properties of several specialty mushrooms Chaga Chaga mushroom extract inhibits oxidative DNA damage in human lymphocytes as assessed by comet assay Ergosterol peroxide from Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) exhibits anti-cancer activity by down-regulation of the β-catenin pathway in colorectal cancer Cordyceps Lion's Make Chemistry, Nutrition, and Health-Promoting Properties of Hericium erinaceus (Lion's Mane) Mushroom Fruiting Bodies and Mycelia and Their Bioactive Compoundsh Gastroprotective Effects of Lion's Mane Mushroom Hericium erinaceus (Bull.:Fr.) Pers. 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Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus applied to the Post-Holiday Season and Cheshvan How do we maintain the inspiration? Can we bottle the energy of Simchas Torah? Why are there no holidays in Cheshvan? Why is it called Mar Cheshvan? Lessons from Bereishis Why doesn't the Torah begin with Elokim barah bereshis? When were angels created? Is a soul a creation, or did souls always exist in the same manner that Torah and Hashem always existed? Why did Adam and Eve cover themselves after eating from the tree of knowledge? Why did G-d ask Adam “where are you?” Was it part of G-d's plan that Adam and Eve sin in order to repair? And if so, why shouldn't we sin for the same reason? Lessons from Noach On what grounds did Hashem have the “right” to destroy Noach's generation with a flood? What did they do aboard the ark not to go crazy with cabin fever? Were there kangaroos on Noach's ark? How was waste disposed of on the ark? What can we learn from the three floors in the ark? If the purpose of bringing animals into Noach's ark was to prevent their extinction, why would G-d allow thousands of species from becoming extinct since? Why did G-d allow the consumption of meat after the flood? Sukkos Why do we say that it's challenging to eat in a Sukkah when in Israel the weather is perfect that time of year? What is the origin of the Sukkos ushpizin? Chassidus question: Please explain the application of the Chet Etz HaDaas to our personal lives?
The Future of Healthcare is shaped by technology but moves at the pace of policy, incentives and culture. Today we look at a panel discussion from August at the Health Evolution Summit. FTA “How do we change the culture of medicine and pick up on what happened in COVID, which is we adopted a new pace of change, a new sense of urgency to respond to a clear and present danger? How do we actually feel the other types of danger that aren't necessarily clear and present to accelerate the pace of change within health care more broadly?” asked Sachin Jain, MD, President & CEO, SCAN Group and Health Plan, during the Health Evolution Summit 2021 in late August. Joining Jain on the stage were Jon Perlin, MD, President of Clinical Operations and Chief Medical Officer, HCA Healthcare, Farzad Mostashari, MD, CEO and Founder, Aledade, and Chris Chen, MD, CEO, ChenMed. “This is a moment that really is disruptive. COVID has forced change. To quote the famous philosopher Yogi Berra, ‘The future ain't what it used to be,'” Perlin said. “That future has been accelerated and there are things that are incremental, but I think COVID forced us to think differently, to really think about a step change in performance.” — What policies and incentives are most important to maintaining the pace of innovation in healthcare? #healthcare #healthIT #cio #chime #cmio #himss https://www.healthevolution.com/insider/what-it-will-take-to-maintain-the-accelerated-pace-of-innovation-in-health-care-post-pandemic/ (https://www.healthevolution.com/insider/what-it-will-take-to-maintain-the-accelerated-pace-of-innovation-in-health-care-post-pandemic/)
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➢ DM "Beach Body" to start building your year round beach body! @ColossusFit➢ Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/colossusfit/Welcome to Motivation Monday, where every Monday we answer all of your questions and have some real talks about life & fitness & get you fired up for the week! In this episode we talk about how to maintain a beach body year round, prevent recurring injuries & what to eat in a day.Time Stamps:(1:56) - Kyle quote: "You may not be there yet, but you're closer than you were yesterday"(3:53) - Josh quote: "What does Adidas stand for? "Impossible is nothing", well, what does Nike stand for? "Easy, just do it,". Now what do you stand for? (7:50) - Weekly thoughts/recommendations(12:30) - Client shoutout: Mackenzie M(16:33) - Question 1: How do I prevent recurring injuries of any kind? (26:44) - Question 2: How do I maintain a beach/bikini body year round?(34:20) - Question 3: What does a day of eating look like for you?Thanks for listening! We genuinely appreciate every single one of you listening.➢Join our exclusive FREE facebook group: https://bit.ly/3snmT26➢Follow us on instagram @colossusfit➢Apply to get your Polished Physique: https://colossusfitness.com/Support the show (https://www.colossusfitness.com)
Photo: The Spanish Armada fighting the English navy at the Battle of Gravelines in 1588 CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Jerry Hendrix #Unbound: the complete, forty-minute interview, March 23, 2021 To Provide and Maintain a Navy: Why Naval Primacy Is America's First, Best Strategy, Hardcover – December 19, 2020 by Henry J Hendrix https://www.amazon.com/Provide-Maintain-Navy-Americas-Strategy/dp/0960039198 The national conversation regarding the United States Navy has, for far too long, been focused on the popular question of how many ships does the service need? To Provide and Maintain a Navy, a succinct but encompassing treatise on sea power by Dr. Henry J "Jerry" Hendrix, goes beyond the numbers to reveal the crucial importance of Mare Liberum (Free Sea) to the development of the Western thought and the rules-based order that currently govern the global commons that is the high seas. Proceeding from this philosophical basis, Hendrix explores how a "free sea" gave way to free trade and the central role sea-borne commercial trade has played in the overall rise in global living standards. This is followed by analysis of how the relative naval balance of power has played out in naval battles and wars over the centuries and how the dominance of the United States Navy following World War II has resulted in seven decades of unprecedented peace on the world's oceans. He further considers how, in the years that followed the demise of the Soviet Union, both China and Russia began laying the groundwork to challenge the United States's maritime leadership and upend five centuries of naval precedents in order to establish a new approach to sovereignty over the world's seas. It is only at this point that Dr. Hendrix approaches the question of the number of ships required for the United States Navy, the industrial base required to build them, and the importance of once again aligning the nation's strategic outlook to that of a "sea power" in order effectively and efficiently to address the rising threat. To Provide and Maintain a Navy is brief enough to be read in a weekend but deep enough to inform the reader as to the numerous complexities surrounding what promises to be the most important strategic conversation facing the United States as it enters a new age of great power competition with not one, but two, nations who seek nothing less than to close and control the world's seas
Exercise can age you? Yes, in spite of the long list of benefits and disease-halting, preventing features the wrong exercise can age you. This episode unpacks the pros, cons, how's, and what's. Exercise training is one of the few non-pharmecuetical interventions that improves health span by delaying age-related diseases and preventing early death. That's a happy statement that lands a little glum. “I'm going to workout today to prevent early death,” said no one ever. So, let's not forget that with the right exercise you don't have the negative side effects every drug ever has, you also get the positive benefits of exercise too. Immediate gratification is alive and well for exercisers. Click here for benefits of one workout In this episode: How could exercise be aging you at worst, or limiting your results ? What are telomeres? What influences their length Set the Stage for this post: The length of your telomeres (on your chromosomes) is one of the main indicators of biological age. They shorten with cellular division. That's happening constantly as we age. New healthy cells are needed. To imagine telomeres, you can take yourself back to junior high science and the image of DNA and discussion of chromosomes. For an analogy we can all understand, telemeres are like the little plastic covers on the ends of shoelaces that keep them from fraying. With me? The longer your telomere, the better. In the aging process they shorten. But telomeres are influenced by many factors. This is where it gets good. We can influence our telomere length and therefore, change our biological age. Your telemere length is altered by: your diet genetic predisposition healthy (or not) lifestyle But your training status and physical fitness are the major factors that control these kinds of DNA changes. “TL is positively associated with cardiorespiratory fitness, physical activity level (sedentary, active, moderately trained, or elite) and training intensity, but is shorter in over-trained athletes.” Even a single bout of [optimal] aerobic exercise may support telomere length. (Learn other immediate benefits from a single bout of exercise here). “While exercise cannot stop the biological aging process, a rigorous training regime may lead to slower declines in strength or aerobic capacity from their maximal values” Isolating a discussion to telomeres only is almost impossible. The level of strength and endurance, and ability to control for reduced injuries, influences ability to perform activity that improves telomeres. For that reason, it's important to discuss the foundational need for strength training. Especially, that type of challenging strength training that results in muscle fatigue. The use of power, a component of strength + speed, provides an optimal benefit for reaction skills, and maintenance of fast twitch muscle fibers. Fast Twitch Muscle Loss [Click image above to play the video] Establish a foundation of strength with lower weight and higher repetitions (20-25). The benefit during the first 6-8 weeks is derived from the neural connection (brain to muscle messaging) so starting with too much weight is counterproductive to injury risk and offers no additional benefits. From there, progress to a reduced repetition range (that will require a heavier weight or a strategic slowing of movement). Maintain this for another 6-8 weeks, gradually introducing some power in latter weeks. Too Much Exercise and Fat? In prior posts I've shared why too much exercise inhibits your fitness and can prevent weight loss or keep you fat. Women in menopause are much more susceptible to this and the delicate balance of stress, and sleep disruptions. Aging Backwards Sound Good? Each quarter Flipping50 opens one exclusive members-only strength training sessions to the public. Learn more here. The 12-week, made-for-menopause program, consists of less, just better strength training-only workouts, a private group and an easy way to fit this life-altering exercise into your life. The program is closed right now. But you can stick a toe in the water if you want to do something while you wait. Exercise can age you, and if you realize yours might be and isn't working for you right now, the 5 Day Flip may be a perfect next step. References: COLLINS, M., V. RENAULT, L. A. GROBLER, A. ST CLAIR GIBSON, M. I. LAMBERT, E. W. DERMAN, G. S. BUTLER-BROWNE, T. D. NOAKES, and V. MOULY. Athletes with Exercise-Associated Fatigue Have Abnormally Short Muscle DNA Telomeres. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 35, No. 9, pp. 1524–1528, 2003. Sellami M, Bragazzi N, Prince MS, Denham J, Elrayess M. Regular, Intense Exercise Training as a Healthy Aging Lifestyle Strategy: Preventing DNA Damage, Telomere Shortening and Adverse DNA Methylation Changes Over a Lifetime. Front Genet. 2021;12:652497. Published 2021 Aug 6. doi:10.3389/fgene.2021.652497
Join me on “Maintain the Flame” this week as I share about the necessity of battling in prayer. The willingness of God's people to engage His heart in intercession often becomes a war zone as eternal elements become more and more real. As you listen this week be prepared to be stirred deeply with a fresh and deep hunger to change eternity through prayer!
Show highlights include: Why watching waves crash clears your mind to pick winning investments (2:04) How hitting golf balls at the driving range focuses your thoughts to avoid buying Enron stock when it is tanking (2:52) Why having a wealth team takes care of the people you love (7:00) How sleeping 8 hours a night unlocks your financial freedom (9:05) Ready to stop doing what you hate? Go to https://calendly.com/bright-tree-financial/rapid-retire-assessment-appointment?month=2021-05 and schedule your free 20 minute Rapid Retire Assessment! You will know on a scale of 1-10 your Rapid Retire Financial Fitness! After the assessment you'll receive a free copy of my book Paying for College in the 21st Century!
On this week's episode of A Modern Nonprofit Podcast, CEO Tosha Anderson invites Eric Ressler as her guest. Eric Ressler is the Founder and Creative Director at Cosmic, A Social Impact Creative Agency. Eric Ressler expresses his opinions and expertise about, “The most effective ways to expand visibility and maintain funding in your business.” Why do so many social impact organizations struggle to find, grow, and maintain funding? Eric breaks this question down and gives listeners tips to implement in your own processes. What does the future of social impact fundraising look like? Eric goes into the importance of your digital footprint and doing it in an authentic way. We cover why does social impact organizations invest in their digital strategy and platforms? We also hit on why should social impact organizations concern themselves with their brand when it seems like there are more important things to focus on? Finally why is the overhead percentage the wrong metric for assessing a social impact organization's effectiveness? This episode is a wonderful conversation and a must listen. Reach out to Eric Ressler @ firstname.lastname@example.org Website: designbycosmic.com
This week we sit down with Kav Helmet CEO and Founder, Whitman Kwok to discuss the companies' innovative 3D printing technology that can produce a custom fitted helmet for every rider. Kav Helmets The Ridership Support the Podcast Automated Transcription (please excuse the typos) Kav Helmets [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel ride. Podcast. I'm your host, Craig Dalton. [00:00:08] This week on the show, we've got Whitman Kwok the founder and CEO of Kav Helmets. [00:00:14] Kav Helmets may yet to be a household name in the cycling industry. But you'll learn. The team has a rich history in the cycling helmet market. They're innovative approach to manufacturing. Using 3d printing technology is a novel approach. And creates a uniquely custom helmet for each rider. I'll let Whitman get into the ins and the outs of the technology but i'm a big fan of the approach as additive technology just opens up a lot of possibilities for where material is laid in the helmet. [00:00:45] If you're planning on attending this year, sea Otter classic in Monterrey, California, the Kav team will be showing off their 3d printing technology. There they'll even be 3d printing, some key chains, which I think will showcase how the process actually works. If you're not in the area or not attending seawater, be sure to visit the Kav website as they're opening up orders for all. [00:01:08] Before we jump into this week show, I need. To thank our sponsor. Today's program is brought to you by Athletic Greens, the health and wellness. Wellness company that makes comprehensive daily nutrition really, really. Simple. [00:01:19] With so many stressors in life, it's difficult to maintain effective nutritional habits and give our bodies the nutrients it needs to survive. Our busy schedules, poor sleep, massive gravel rides. The environment works dress or simply. Not eating enough of the right foods can leave us deficient and key nutritional. 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[00:02:36] As many of you know, I've been an athletic greens subscriber for about the last five years. So I truly appreciate their support of the podcast. If you're interested in learning more, just visit athletic greens.com/the gravel ride. The team at athletic greens, we'll throw in a free one-year supply of vitamin D and five free travel packs with your purchase. [00:02:59] Again, simply visit athleticgreens.com/thegravelride to take control of your health and give AG1 a try today. [00:03:08] With that said let's dive right into my conversation with Whitman from Kav Helmets. It's. [00:03:13] Whitman. Welcome to the show. [00:03:16] Whitman Kwok: That is correct. Really looking forward to our discussion. Yeah, me too. [00:03:20] Craig Dalton: The manufacturing and additive tech geek in me is really looking forward to this conversation. [00:03:26] Definitely want to learn how calf helmets came about and what your journey is to creating this bike helmets. And more importantly, what the benefits are for riders in the gravel scene. So let's jump in and let's just in your own words, let us know about cab helmets, how it started and what the vision is. [00:03:46] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, absolutely. There's a lot of impact, even in that simple question. I think fundamentally the vision was. Oh, providing a concierge service to athletes. I had always, as a competitor cycles in college, tweak my gear, adjusted everything from crank buy-ins to handlebar lengths and all, everything to get the most performance and also just make the bike an extension of myself. [00:04:10] And I don't think anything has changed in the intervening years. And I think in all the sports that we talked to, whether it's a hockey players or something the gears are really important part of the athletic experience. And so for cab it was obvious to us that the helmet market is really large. [00:04:26] It is a largely at this point a undifferentiated product where there isn't a dominant player per se. There isn't a apple or a Tesla or a Peloton where people just all grab it gravitate to. And as long as you. For the last 30 years, there's been a lot of tweaking and incremental improvements on injection molded foam helmets. [00:04:46] And I think what we bring with Kav is this generational leap like Tesla's done with electric cars to a whole new mode of thinking around making a helmet or anything for that matter. That's completely custom to the individual. And the moment you do that there's a whole bunch of benefits that we're able to realize. [00:05:06] There's the obvious ones around comfort that there's 8 billion sizes that we can provide one for every man, woman, child on the planet. And but there's a huge number of performance. Benefits and protection is always top of mind when you're talking about helmets. And the fact that we can tailor the protective characteristics to. [00:05:23] And individual and how they ride, how fast they're riding the weight profiles, things like that gives a massive potential improvement in protection over just a standard kind of one or two or three size fits all. I'm fortunate. I have a number of co-founders and colleagues that we found in the company together. [00:05:42] And I think we all had different experiences, but the same. Echo and voice in the back of our head, that there's just a lot better way to do this. And so I'll do a quick shout out to there. And obviously there's a lot of different areas that we can talk through. But Mike Lowe is our VP of products and he was the VP of events, concepts at Euro bell. [00:06:03] He also worked closely with Ridell. He did early work with Lance Armstrong's time trial helmet, and worked on all the iconic bike helmets. Since. He's been just fantastic to learn from that whole industry or the homicide. There's a lot of honest, non-obvious quirks and things in the industry. [00:06:20] And it's a very close knit industry. And so there's a lot of great people that we've been able to meet and work through Mike. And on the technology side, they started migrating. Amazing technologists from Google small company called Google and relatively early employee there, I'm working on search quality and YouTube, one of their, two of their smaller products. [00:06:39] And and he brings this immense knowledge, not just in software, which ironically is where 78% of our IP is. But also a really great understanding of hardware and kind of physics and mechanical engineering. You really have to. That kind of polymath approach in order to build something like a superior helmet. [00:06:58] So anyway, it's a long-winded way of talking. It's on the people we work with our early vision and some of the high level benefits and can let you pick and choose your own adventure from there. [00:07:08] Craig Dalton: Yeah. So I alluded a little bit to it in the intro, but just so we don't lose this concept right off the jump, because it's easy for the listener to think about this as a traditional helmet, but let's talk about how it's manufactured because you didn't specifically mention that. [00:07:24] And I think it's one of the most fascinating parts of the process. [00:07:28] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, no I do that a lot because I think we always think of it from the N and consumer's perspective. What did they get? And how we get there is really intriguing from an engineering perspective. And I often gloss over it. [00:07:42] Yeah, we we blended a bunch of material sciences additive manufacturing and software in order to develop the helmets. And I'll speak a little bit more of the additive manufacturing sites since you asked about it, but yes, each of these helmets is 3d printed here in Redwood city, California for the individual. [00:08:00] And so everything is made to order that has huge implications to everything. Not just manufacturing, but the whole customer. That's alluding to and being kind of concert servers are giving people exactly what they want. And so when an order comes in, we're taking measurements and we dynamically generate actually all the engineering terms, all the CAD files, the dimensions and everything for the helmet. [00:08:25] And it's not the case that we're just taking three or six or even 12, like shells and then like carving something. We are literally building the helmet from the inside out. So I think, whereas the current concept, the off the shelf is you get two or three sizes and you've got the shell that defines the helmet. [00:08:46] And then you got to force fit your head into that use foam padding, or several lock things to just sense your head loosely in this kind of bucket idea. And for us you're actually taking the meds. We dynamic create that we define all the offsets that we need to generate and ensure the level of protection than we want for that rider. [00:09:06] Then we send it through our own what we call printer management software. So we actually have a farm of these 3d printers. So you can imagine it being like analogous to like a data center except of having all these servers slotted in these racks. We've got 3d printers slotted in the. And it basically just creates like all the different parts that you need for your helmet. [00:09:26] And we have a QA process throughout to measure and make sure what we're printing is exactly meets specs of what we want. And we have to build a lot of that in dynamically because each helmet is custom. And then we do a kind of final finishing process that's done by hand. So you get the best of both worlds of this precision 3d printed. [00:09:47] But hand-finished and lovingly made here in our shop in Redwood city. [00:09:51] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I imagine for some of the listeners, this might be a mind-bending discussion because a lot of people haven't seen 3d printing inaction, no one way to visualize it. And this may or may not be a great way, but since I have a seven-year-old in the house if you imagine sort of building from Legos and you're building from the ground, And you keep building successfully on top of each other. [00:10:15] It's in my mind how 3d printing works, right? You've got the material that's in this printer and it's being laid out layer by layer. And this is based on the very customized measurements that you've received from the future owner of the helmet. So again, the, in the interest of helping to visualize it's being built from the ground up around your individual, Once you've placed the order. [00:10:43] Whitman Kwok: That's right. And the analogy I like to use is making a soft cone right. Or going into the yogurt machine. And yeah we basically, it can imagine we're taking our proprietary polymers and it's coming out of this very high-tech yogurt machine. But rather than having, it dumped like eight ounces of yogurt into the cup. [00:11:00] We're a precision layering, at a fraction of a millimeter at a time. These very intricate engineered what we call energy management system and your helmet. And and so it's a little bit like growing the part on this bed. And we're, as you say, we're creating a slice at a time. [00:11:17] That's a fraction of a millimeter and kind of building up. And each layer is being laid down by this very sophisticated yogurt machine. And and at the end of the. Yeah, exactly. You have a helmet. That's not on a custom fit, but it's not solid. Like it's not like an injection molded part where you're just dumping a bunch of plastic into a mold or or foam where you're like exploding blowing up the foam into a mold we're actually creating like this really complicated, polygon and hex structure within the helmet which is designed to Trumbull really efficiently to provide good. [00:11:51] But also takes up the fraction of the weight because most of your helmet actually turns out to be air in this case. [00:11:56] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's an interesting, you hear the phrase fits like a glove, but this is even the next level of that it's like fits like a glove that has been specifically designed for your personal hand. [00:12:08] Whitman Kwok: That's why it would be like an iron man glove, right? Like it's one thing to have a fabric that you stretched over your head. It's quite an honor to have this in case structure that still has the same sensation of a security right. And being fit like glove, but it's hard right on the outside to protect you. [00:12:25] And so it is a next level sensation. [00:12:28] Craig Dalton: So when I think about, the helmet I have in the garage, I think about, it's got some internal kind of frame and a dial that helps it fit. I understand from your earlier discussion, I can throw that piece out because I don't need that piece anymore because the helmet is built to order to the shape of my personal head. [00:12:46] I then, if I think about the exterior of the helmet, I often have a hard plastic layer and then not knowing a ton about the interior, but it sounds like we're injecting molding. We're injecting foam. Into a Kavity that kind of creates that if you, if that's accurate and feel free to fill in any details there, but why don't you juxtapose what the outside and the inside of the cab helmet effectively, how that differs and how it changes? [00:13:15] Whitman Kwok: Yeah. I think the cycling analogy would be it's almost like a monocoque structure, right? If you have a psych, a carbon fiber cycling frame, where for all practical purposes, Like all the tubing and lugs and everything joined in a way where it just behaves as one monolithic well-balanced, machine in terms of and in the traditional process, like you said that in the higher end helmets, you have a, typically like a polycarbonate shell, that's a couple of mils thick and they injection mold, some EPS foam into that have some type of density or multiple densities and The nice thing. [00:13:49] And so each of those things play a part and they're trying to compensate for different deficiencies in the foam. And so is not it sticks to cement, right? And so you don't want that because it's going to cause bad rotational energies on impact. It's also not very durable and gets eaten up. [00:14:05] So you have to then create this one millimeter shell to protect it. With all the venting that you put in, it's pretty common now to put like a plastic interior chassis to keep the helmet together on impact. And so I just suppose that with additive manufacturing or 3d printing, because what we're doing is integrating everything into one coherent design, right? [00:14:26] And so when we're laying down each layer of plastic, we are actually. Integrating the shell with the crumple zone with the chassis, so to speak. And by integrating it just like a well-made carbon fiber frame, we can reduce all the interfaces. And so the helmet's more compact. You don't have air gaps, so to speak. [00:14:46] It's a lot lighter because we're only putting material where it's needed. It's like the old steel frames, or living on frames where they're double butted or triple butted. We can reinforce it in the right areas. And and it gives us a lot of ability to fine tune each aspect of the helmet. [00:15:01] So that instead of saying, having a universally, a universal density of foam across the helmet for different impact zones and we learned a lot of this actually from our experience in hockey we can tailor the impact behaviors, of the based on location of the helmet as well, It just gives us just like carbon fiber and forensic gives us a lot. [00:15:20] The analogy is like the layup, right? The carbon fiber. And what carbon fiber is you use and the residence. We have just a lot more control than just pumping a bunch of foam beets into a mold. [00:15:31] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's interesting. And maybe it goes back to some earlier podcasts I've had in discussion around carbon fiber frames and just talking about, how you. [00:15:40] Layer something differently where it needs more protection, maybe under the bottom bracket, whereas you don't need to use those same layers elsewhere in the frame where you want to have a little bit more compliance. So I imagine given the team's experience in helmet design, it was really liberating to just freely. [00:15:57] Think about how, and where do we want to put material, because really the sky's the limit, right? You can optimize around. What's going to be best. For impact protection, both on the, hard impacts like hard and fast as well as slower impacts. I imagine you can, you're free to really design something that performs well across a couple of different factors. [00:16:21] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, no, that's exactly right. Like we have a lot more control in the general use case. And I think in the future as we've done a little bit of this on hockey and we'll bring it into the bike market. What the individual characteristics actually matter a lot, because at the end of the day for a cycling helmet, we have, twenty-five maybe 30 millimeters of offset we can work with. [00:16:42] If we make it much larger than that people balk at what they look like, there's certain brands that are known for safety. But they're also known for making your head look like a mushroom, right? We don't want that. We want people to love, frankly, we're in the homeless. [00:16:53] We want to attract people who, frankly, don't wear helmets into the market. I'm gonna do that. We need a thinner profile. And so the way to actually make a safer helmet is have information about what they're riding, right? A commuter, ride with I commute every day and finish going like 1230 miles an hour. [00:17:09] That's a very different profile than. A road sort of groundwater going downhill at 30, 40 miles an hour. There, that's a factor of three difference in velocity. And if you think about kinetic energy, the velocity is a square root, right? So that's like a, that's a nine, almost an order of magnitude difference in impactful file. [00:17:27] So there is gain and exactly what we just talked about, but there's an even bigger gain because we know the athlete and we have that relationship like moving forward. Knowing that their commuter or their downhill racer and their weight, their mass makes a big difference to a kid who weighs a hundred pounds. [00:17:44] It's just going to be way different than someone who's 220. And again, you have a two X factor there that isn't something, that's a comedy for an issue where it's one size fits. All right. [00:17:55] Craig Dalton: Now the business has been selling helmets for over a year and a half. Primarily in hockey and most recently in bike, do you want to talk about why hockey was the entry point and maybe some of the things you've learned across the customers you've been serving in that space? [00:18:11] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, no, absolutely. So there are a couple of factors that came into play. So one was frankly, what w what could get it to market the quickest. We just wanted to provide value to people as quickly as possible. The second, where was where's the biggest need? And between those two, and there was a little bit of a personal reason as well. [00:18:29] But the first two were clearly the overriding. From a technical perspective, it turns out making a hockey helmet is just easier than making a bike helmet. One of the characteristic reasons just wait is not quite as big of a factor in the hockey. And so we wanted to basically use the hockey market as our Tesla Roadster, right? [00:18:48] Knowing that it's a limited market, it's smaller, but people are willing to pay for the equipment. They're willing to pay the premium. And and we can launch quicker. The second piece of why they pay a premium is that as you can imagine, the concussion rate per activity hour in hockey is almost parallel or equal to. [00:19:03] And meeting quite high, whereas in cycling, it's somewhat incidental, right? If you get in a crash and get an, a concussion in hockey, 3, 5, 10 times a game, you're taking impacts to the head and getting pinned against the board and falling on the ice. And so we thought that the market would benefit significantly from our protective technologies in that space. [00:19:25] And. The third reason, which just made me very cognizant of it was my son plays hockey. And when we started the company, his team had six concussions on it. And they were only 12 years old at the time. And there was just an outcry, I think with the parents and all the clubs that I talked to did not feel like there was enough being done. [00:19:42] And the. Equipment manufacturers and hockey are generally about two to three generations on behind any of the other helmet markets as well. So the need was greater. The products were even further inferior and and we thought we could help people sooner in that market than any other market. [00:20:01] Craig Dalton: You talked about how as a company and the way you're producing the helmets, that you can evolve with the market and you're understanding. Yeah. Within the hockey market, since you've been there the longest, are you doing things differently for a child's size helmet versus the NHL players that you work with? [00:20:20] Whitman Kwok: Yeah yes. Besides the fit we've actually made modifications to, I should, I would draw the analogy that it's a case that a surprisingly large number of the benefits for either of those extremes helps. And so they now Joel users in the late nineties, early two thousands car manufacturers are realizing like women had difficulty like getting their groceries in the trunk. [00:20:40] And because the trunk actually came all the way up to the top of the back and they now if you open the trunk of a car, it, the trunk dips down past the lights right down to the bumper. There's this carve-out. And so you don't have to lift your groceries, like over a wall, so to speak, you can just slide it in. [00:20:53] Watching. Buy groceries at the time was like a motivating factor for that. But we found that obviously that benefited everyone. Like I don't, I'm lazy. I don't want to list the groceries I don't have to. And so I'll give a kind of example that, which is kids wears glasses, a lot. [00:21:06] And so we ended up putting in little cutouts for people wear glasses so that it actually just slides in. So a hockey helmet actually comes down further than a. And traditionally, there are pads that go up against your temple. And so you can imagine if you wear glasses, you're literally shoving these glasses into these temples and that the pads are forcing your, the sidearms or your glasses into your temples for an hour and a half while you play hockey really uncomfortable situation. [00:21:35] And we did that and that ended up bending, benefiting a bunch of adults rests and things that. It turns out like the ice rinks are really dry. So like wearing contacts, it's not always actually comfortable. So say, and vice versa, like there's been a bunch of benefits because obviously the professional levels that impact are taking it's just an extreme example and it really drives some of the protective technologies. [00:21:58] And even if they No, the squirts and mites don't necessarily have the same level of impact there. There's still a deeper understanding. I think of the types of checking that goes on that informed our products for the kids. [00:22:11] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. Obviously, given your pedigree as a cyclist and your co founders coming to the bike market was something that you were eager to do. [00:22:19] Can you talk about the introduction of the first bike helmet and what the goals were there and how for the list of. They should think about whether a cab helmet is right for them. [00:22:32] Whitman Kwok: Yeah. It's interesting because the engineering side of me and product matter one, be very specific about the goals. [00:22:38] Oh, we want to hit this weight target and this usability. But what we ended up doing is taking a step back and asking the conceptually what do we want to, what's our mission, right? A reminder, what's our mission of the company on this build the best protective gear on. And as a very important corollary that the best gear is no use of no one wants to wear it. [00:22:54] So it's got adjust look and feel fantastic. And when we're doing these new technologies, I think it was important for us to blue sky it and not bound herself by certain things. So our goal is just make the best helmet possible. And this. An all road category, right? So with a focus really on gravel and road cyclist, but with the knowledge of knowing that, a lot of cross-country mountain bikers use road helmets, and a lot of commuters would ultimately use it. [00:23:24] But if we looking at personas and interviewing people, we focus on the road and gravel side of things. And then from there we really just built around it. And I think honestly I'm glad we've done it that way, because we found a lot of surprising things that I think if we constrain ourselves early on, we would not have done. [00:23:39] One of them being, for example our interior fit pad system is just radically different from a traditional fabric fit pack. And it would not have come if we said yeah, we just want sweat management, whatever way moisture at this level or thermal capabilities. [00:23:56] But anyway, I happy to go into the details of that, but what we ended up coming out with, I think is we've focused on fit and the protective qualities, what we ended up with was the ability to make something that as least as dynamic as other helmets out there is significantly cooler. Riding. [00:24:15] And has all the protective qualities. And again, it has some of these comfort features built in on the inside. That, again, we didn't necessarily envision, but the advantage of having a new prototype every week, that we're all riding is you tend to iterate quite quickly through, and I think we're on version 32 right now. [00:24:30] And 33 is like on the printing press. It's going quick. [00:24:33] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think that's one of those really cool things about doing both additive manufacturing and domestic manufacturing is that you can continue tweaking the product to optimize it based on consumer feedback which is really powerful. [00:24:50] Whitman Kwok: Yeah. [00:24:50] Know that's right. We we have the benefit now that we're far enough along and we're starting to include like a larger and larger swath of people into the kind of the test. And so we had our Kickstarter about a month ago and we had a 20 plus like early adopters sign up through that. [00:25:05] And we were shipping out shipping helmets out to them and looking forward to get the next wave of feedback and and just improving. And in real time, before we ship out our production ones at the end of the year, [00:25:16] Craig Dalton: yes. At the process of ordering is a little bit different than, traditionally you might use. [00:25:21] No your size, small, medium, or large, and put an order in, or go to your local bicycle retailer for the cab helmets. You're sending out a kind of measurement fit kit and actually working at a concierge level with the purchaser, right? [00:25:38] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, that's right. We the fit process has been really interesting for us. [00:25:42] I think we're on our third version of the process. Fundamentally, I'm you sign up, we send you this fit kit and it's a caliper and a tape measure. And that allows us we take six points off of your head. And with those six points, we actually map it to a database of 3000 head scans that we've accumulated and basically a little bit of like machine learning type of thing. [00:26:07] Where we're then extrapolating footnote 16. Other aspects of your head in terms of, the curvature and more details and maybe those six points would initially seem to provide. And we then send out basically we call it like a fit cap and just fun looking, little cap that we 3d print. [00:26:24] And you can just literally stick it on and wear around the house and slept getting a fine suit, where you get your initial measurement, you put on that. And then you use just some minor tweaks oh, you know what the arm hole just a little bit bigger. Or for me personally, like I like it a little more snug, around the waist. [00:26:39] And so that, that fit cap gives us some of the subjective feedback, that, that individuals tend to have in terms of how they liked their helmets and fit. And then from there, yeah we generate the the helmet for them and send it to them and ride straight their doorstep conveniently. [00:26:52] And and then they can enjoy it. And. We've actually found quite a few hockey players. I'm surprisingly, I've gotten multiple helmets because they liked it so much. And it's not a common thing actually in hockey to do that. But they've gotten like different colors and versions of the helmet. [00:27:06] Craig Dalton: Interesting. Interesting. And then this sort of manufacturing geek in me asked to ask, so the, each helmet presumably comes out of one machine is built in one single process. [00:27:19] Whitman Kwok: So we actually do you want to in parallel, so we break up the helmet into sub segments and that allows us to print individual pieces. [00:27:27] It also turns out it gives us some additional engineering design flexibility that you don't get when you print them all as a monolithic structure. And then we basically bond them together. Again, carbon fiber resident type of analogy, holds true here that there's a little bit of. Attachment mechanism and then we adhere everything together. [00:27:44] And the effectively the joints end up being, stronger than the sub-components and and then, yeah, and then we attach on the straps and do some final QA checks and literally sign off on the box and and then send it on its way. [00:27:57] Craig Dalton: Nice. One of the sort of visual elements that you'll see for the listener when they go over to the website, which I can include in the show notes is there's a. [00:28:06] Honeycomb look across the sort of front and middle of the helmet. Is there a sort of design rationale behind the honeycomb? [00:28:16] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, it is. It's it's an engineer circles. It's w it's known as one of the most efficient energy absorbing structures. It crumbles really well. Which is what you want, obviously in something like that. [00:28:28] And even better than foam because in foam, what you tend to have is what's called a densification phase where after the foam, if you've got, let's just say 20 millimeters of foam or 20 millimeters from once you start getting past about a third if you've ever been in an accident, looked at your home and you'll see this it'll crack. [00:28:46] And the foam doesn't compress any further. And so you can think of it like suspension on your mountain bike or your gravel bike. If you have suspension on it it's all about the travel, right? At the end of the day, to absorb the impact you want the most travel without bottoming out. So when you hit a bump, you want to utilize whatever the 30, 45 millimeters of travel that you got. And do you use the full 45 millimeters? You will have had the best ride that you could possibly have had, for that circumstance if you bought them out, obviously not good. Particularly we're talking about your head and if you only do 10 minutes, 10 millimeters of that trial, Then you're not fully utilizing your equipment. [00:29:19] And so foam has that issue where once it densifies at some point it doesn't compress any further. And so you tend to only get a fraction of that travel. The nice thing about the hacks is that you get nearly the full travel. So the full offset of the helmet can be used to compress it and protect you. [00:29:39] It also turns out to be quite. And has this other really important ancillary benefit, which is you may not necessarily always be able to see it when someone's riding, but the honeycomb structure extends into, on the interior as well, which means you have an open face structure on your head. And so he can dissipate really easily away from your head as opposed to foam, which is obviously known for beer coolers and other things that has insulating properties, that trap heat. [00:30:05] So we actually had early versus the helmet that didn't even have venting on it. And the helmet was actually quite cool. I wouldn't say it's the coolest, but it was comparable to the other eight helmets. I have sitting in my shed that I used for testing purposes. And then in the moment we opened it up and added the actual venting, like it's a game changer total game. [00:30:25] And particularly these last like week or two where we've had some hundred, a hundred degree days, you really feel. [00:30:31] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. Interesting. Yeah. The the sort of follower of me on Instagram, might've seen me Dawn, one of these helmets a few months back when we were able to meet face to face. It is really, you can definitely feel the weight difference. [00:30:46] It's marginal, but it's absolutely there and our conversation around crumple zones and that idea of. Protection travel in a helmet is super fascinating via the honeycomb design for those listeners and may fall in this camp. What's the guidance by the industry in terms of how frequently you should replace a helmet? [00:31:09] Whitman Kwok: You know what I do think that varies. The most common I hear is somewhere in the range of three to five years. I think the challenge though, is it's like how often you need to change your bike. It varies so much by your circumstances, meaning if you're like me and somewhat klutzy and you're pulling your bike out and you're dropping your helmet and the process, or my helmet, I don't know how many times my helmet has fallen off my handlebars. [00:31:31] Every time it's fallen, like you could have, imagine that impact just compresses the foam just a little bit, right in that one area. And honestly, one or two times it isn't going to be the be all end, all. For me, it's a little unsettling to not know, it's not like my toothbrush that has a wear indicator. [00:31:47] It says, okay. Time to change those bristles. And so the nice thing with the 3d printing, the polymers that we're using, the design that helmet is that there's a step function aspect of it. Like we've designed it so that if you're dropping it casually, it doesn't activate any of that travel. [00:32:02] Like it, it stays rigid. And it's going to Maintain that performance indefinitely. And so you don't really have to worry about it. We offer a five-year warranty on our helmets and and because we're confident around that which I think is an industry leading whatever warranty. [00:32:20] So I think, again, I think that the. Wisdom is three to five years, but I think it varies really significantly and it, and I think it's tough to provide [00:32:29] Craig Dalton: that, that makes sense. Yeah, that makes sense. I think, there's a lot of us maybe who have been fortunate to, to not have crashed and you don't see the. [00:32:38] Obvious bits of damage to your helmet, but I'm definitely one of those who, whenever I have a conversation about how much and how much the technology, I think to myself, gosh, almost everything in my garage is a PR is probably a pretty long in the tooth in terms of when I should be considering making a replacement. [00:32:58] Whitman Kwok: Yeah, that's right. It's it's one of those pieces of equipment that's easy to ignore, right? Cause it's not like your bike bond brackets squeaking. Your rim brakes rubbing. It's not going to do that and tell you right. That it needs maintenance or help. Yet obviously it protects the most important part of your body. [00:33:13] And so it is pretty critical to have at least inspect it and have some regular interval that you swap it out. [00:33:20] Craig Dalton: Yeah, absolutely. It's a good reminder to everybody and women. I really appreciate you joining us on the podcast and talking us through this technology. I think the. The tech geek in all of us can really appreciate from listening to you how different the 3d printing technology enables you to think as a helmet manufacturer. [00:33:41] And it's very comforting to know that you've got smart people around you, including yourself and veterans of the industry who have just been thinking about this helmet from the ground. And how to make the best possible experience for consumers. So I know you I'll send people over to the website where they can find more information about the helmet. [00:34:02] Are these available for new orders at this point? [00:34:05] Whitman Kwok: We will be taking new orders in about two or three weeks. I'm not sure when this is airing. We wanted to make sure that all the early backers on our Kickstarter were well taken care of. And so we've, we're in a good shape there. And then we'll begin opening up borders. [00:34:20] We'll be at the Seattle classic. So for anyone who's there it'd be great drop by our booth. Look out for us. You can see that the helmets firsthand and we'll be definitely taking orders at that point. [00:34:31] Craig Dalton: Amazing. Yeah. I've seen that. I've seen a couple of people in my Instagram feed who were clearly some of your earliest supporters. [00:34:37] Who've gotten their helmets in already. So that's exciting to see. So once again, Whitman, thanks a ton for this overview. I really appreciated it. And I hope everybody listening got a lot out of this conversation. [00:34:51] Whitman Kwok: Yeah. Thanks. Thanks Dan and Craig, I'm always happy to talk helmets or anything related to the cycling. [00:34:56] So thanks for having me. [00:34:58] Craig Dalton: So that's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. Thank you very much to Whitman and the cab helmets team for joining us and talking all about 3d printing helmets. I think it was a fascinating discussion. Definitely check out their website. They're over at calves, sports.com to see a little bit of behind the scenes about the process. [00:35:18] The guarantees. Auntie's around the helmet and just what a custom fitted helmet could do for. You're cycling enjoyment. As always, if you're interested in giving us feedback and encourage you to join us over at the ridership. Our ship, just visit www.theridership.com. [00:35:35] That is our free global cycling community for gravel and adventure, cyclists, to talk about the products and experiences and trails and events. We all love. If you're interested in supporting the podcast, ratings and reviews are hugely helpful in the podcast game, our read everything that. You put out there and appreciate it very much. [00:35:57] If you're able to financially support the show, simply visit buy me a coffee.com/the gravel ride. I've put a number of options out there. 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Traveling is one of my favorite things to do! Today we're chatting all about how you can maintain a healthy lifestyle while traveling without depriving yourself or being stressed out! I give you 9 tips today that I personally do & has helped me so much!Want the FREE video series "4 steps to Achieve Hormonal Harmony"?- Text me the word FREE to 516-430-5144 or click HERE!Here are the 9 tips from today's episode:Stick with your morning routineSupplementsBring snacks/protein bars (dang bars, no cow, resist nutrition), make lunch for the plane ride. Peak performance green juice packets. Sunwarrior vegan protein powder. Raw nuts. Seeds.Bring my stainless steel water bottle to keep my water intake upDon't skip meals- Protein, Fiber, Fat at each mealDigestive enzymes (Pure Encapsulations Ultra)Night routine: essential oil roll on, MySoul CBD (Code CORINNE15 for 15% off), journal/readDetoxy- my Solluna to avoid constipation (magnesium oxide) non habit forming. Anti aging. DISCLAIMER: Always check with your medical care practitioner.Have fun, enjoy the moment, stay present. Want professional grade supplements?Head to my dashboard to get 10% off the Pure Encapsulations Digestive Enzymes Ultra I mentioned in today's episode! (Click HERE for the CANADIAN dashboard). DISCLAIMER: Always check with your medical care practitioner.Episode Referenced:38. [GUT HEALTH] What your poop should look like!
“It is the power of question that makes all the difference in the world.” Kyle Gillette Most often leaders face challenging situations which make them feel stuck and unable to tap into their strengths to lead effectively. To make that shift into being an effective leader, individuals must allow themselves to go through the process of learning and self-awareness. Our guest today, Kyle Gillette, has been providing coaching to help the leaders overcome these obstacles, and as he says, it all starts with asking the right questions. Kyle Gillette is an ICF-certified coach, behavioral analyst, author, and creator of the SAGE Mindset Leadership framework. He works with small business owners and leaders. His focus is on helping his clients build powerful self-awareness in their life and business. Create extreme accountability to achieve big goals, dreams, and results. Maintain a mindset of growth. Then focus on fostering a life of empowerment of others so they can have the most influence and impact possible. He is the host of the SAGE Mindset podcast, developer of the Business Accountability Mastermind, and owner of Gillette Solutions - a coaching and consulting organization. In today's episode, Kyle will be talking about the genesis of his coaching and mentorship business. He will also highlight what he does with his clients to help them achieve their goals. Listen in! Social Media LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-gillette/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gillettesolutions YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6PhmvQOKQqrYDnZCWsEuiA TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@coachkylehere Twitter https://twitter.com/gillettesolutio I started my business three years ago, but the roots of it were about 15 years ago when I had the opportunity to work in a men's mentoring program for about 10 years. [2:55] I lived on a property with these guys that were18 to 25-year-olds that were off track in life and during that time, the gentleman that started the program mentored me for about 10 years. [3:07] I had an awesome opportunity to be mentored by a business owner and I learned the value of mentorship and of helping and serving other people. [3:17] Eventually, that turned into a bunch of opportunities to lead a team of 20 people which then led to the nonprofit. [3:47] Primarily my job with my clients is to provide perspective, through powerful questions that help them shift mindsets, and then ultimately get results that they truly want. [4:04] What I have discovered in business and previous programs is that you don't have to be on an island. [5:25] There's plenty of support out there and at least one-to-a-few type of support where data behind it is amazing showing that it makes such a huge difference for goal achievement and moving forward.[5:44] Some of the things that people tell me are extremely deep and it is the power of question that makes all the difference because that is how we think. [8:35] What happens is we ask the question and then we answer it for ourselves and then we spat out our statement or opinion. [10:10] SAGE came out of DiSC, which also came out of my experience with the alpha Academy, which was that men's mentoring program. [11:33] I did DiSC for a while and got certified. It is a phenomenal tool and I love it but I realized that it's not mine, and I can't do whatever I want with it yet I want to have my framework that I can do something with. [11:41] I woke up at three in the morning with a word that felt like someone had said it to me and it was SAGE awareness. [12:00] SAGE is four different things including self-awareness, growth, empowerment and accountability. [12:31] You have to blow the roof off to build that next level which means that you have to take a lot of risks and that's one of the key pieces of growth. [14:44] The more space you have in that leadership home, the more people can be impacted by it, and the more you can train and send out. [15:08] The reason I bring the send out part is that in that program I was a part of, we didn't want them to stay there forever so I don't want to coach the clients that I have forever rather I need them to get sent out and let them make the impact that they need to make on the world. [15:18] Commercial break. [15:42] The first step in empowering people and helping the leaders that are working for you and with you to be empowered to do amazing things is delegating responsibility. [18:15] With that comes the need to give them power and authority and usually power is the harder one to give. Authority is position while power is actual functional leadership. [18:33] The second one is a little bit more complex and it is tied to accountability and I have done quite a bit of research on the power of accountability. [19:01] The possibility of attaining your goal can jump to 95% if you do active accountability where you purposefully meet with someone regularly to talk about the specific goal you're trying to achieve. [20:35] Those are two of the key things that I do to help people achieve what they want to achieve so in other words accountability is enormous. [20:50] Sometimes, you don't need that intensity of coaching but just need the camaraderie of other entrepreneurs that are that vulnerable to admit their weaknesses. [23:05] If you don't have that accountability, or you want more, you probably going to be surprised at who you can connect with. You can't get a ‘yes,' unless you ask. [24:55] ….........……………… Thank you to our January sponsor! 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How do you keep the peace in your membership community? As a community leader, it's your job to make the space your members inhabit welcoming, friendly, and harmonious. But managing a big group of members can be tough. Sometimes people are rude, break the rules, others feel left out, and this leaves people feeling uncomfortable. No one wants to stick around in a toxic community. So, how do you keep the peace and deal with members who break the rules? Having a plan in place will help limit the damage and keep everyone happier. In this episode, I dive into six simple ways to maintain the harmony in your online community. Essential Learning Points: Why you need to keep the peace in your online community How to put clear rules in place and enforce them Why it's important to lead by example Why you might want to appoint moderators The benefits of encouraging members to use real names and photos Why you shouldn't only interact with the cliques Important Links & Mentions: https://www.themembershipguys.com/ (The Membership Guys) https://www.membershipacademy.com/ (Membership Academy) https://www.themembershipguys.com/problem-members/ (How to Deal with Problem Members Inside Your Community) Key Quotes: “There's no point in having guidelines on what is and isn't acceptable if you're not going to enforce them.” “If you can get that accountability and that responsibility in there, then that can play a massive part in giving you a harmonious, positive community dynamic.” “One of the worst things that you can do as a community leader is to get involved in a clique within your community because that is a guaranteed way of excluding the majority of your member base.”
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In this final episode in the series, "Teaching Our Kids to BE A BLESSING," we look at HOW to help our children ESTABLISH and MAINTAIN healthy friendships . One of the most common concerns that moms bring to me, is their heartache over their child's lack of meaningful friendships. What can be done about this concern? In this episode we look at ALL the layers of RELATIONSHIPS that our children have and some ways to help them navigate these relationships and improve the important ones. The episodes in this series of BEING A BLESSING are:101 "The Value of VOLUNTEERING"102 "Simplifying HOSPITALITY"103 & 104 "Being a Blessing AMONG SIBLINGS"105 "Build Strong FRIENDSHIPS"PracticallySpeakingMOM.com, to listen to earlier episodes in the series.Mentioned in this episode: Val's book - Gaining Momentum"Who is My Neighbor" by Apologia PublishingThe next series that we will begin is "Equipping Our Kids to SOAR"
In the early 21st century a throw away society sadly reigned supreme. Luckily over the past few years there has been a shift towards sustainability, less waste and more make do and mend. But what can we do at home to take care of our items to make them last longer? For more show notes go to our Podcast page. If you haven't already, make sure you check out our website The Declutter Hub. We are delighted you're here and can't wait to share all our top tips about decluttering and organising with you. Please feel free to join our Facebook group The Declutter Hub Community and you can find out more about The Declutter Hub membership here.
The prayer from the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 3:14-21 was grounded in his desire for his readers to know the vastness of God's love for and towards them. When this revelation becomes reality, then we are empowered by this divine truth that fuels our walk with God. Join me this week on my "Maintain the Flame" podcast as I share some vital truths about how Jesus loves His own.
Have you ever wondered what skill sets are required to become a successful athlete in the body building world? If so, listen in as @glamgirlbikini prep coaches @amyehinger and @chrisnicole_ifbbpro talk about the mental skills that are required to be able to achieve success: Choose and maintain a positive attitude. Maintain a high level of self-motivation. Set high, realistic goals. Deal effectively with people. Use positive self-talk. Use positive mental imagery. Manage anxiety effectively. Manage their emotions effectively. Maintain concentration. You can find us on InstaGram @preplifepodcast and you can apply for the team by clicking the link: https://www.glamgirlbikini.com/get-started/ You can purchase your Olympia tickets here: https://mrolympia.com/ticket-type
There are so many distractions at our fingertips, it's becoming harder and harder to find concentration. In addition, as we age our ability to concentrate can start to diminish. There are a number of things we can do to strengthen our focus and come to center – and they'll not only help you now, but in the future too. Let's explore some of the tools you can use to become a concentration champion.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/Resources:Instagram: @lara.heimannRedefining Yoga is a production of Crate Media See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Photo: Fountain Group (here: Naval Power), Imperial Palace, Vienna, Austria CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Jerry Hendrix #Unbound: the complete, forty-minute interview, March 23, 2021 To Provide and Maintain a Navy: Why Naval Primacy Is America's First, Best Strategy, Hardcover – December 19, 2020 by Henry J Hendrix https://www.amazon.com/Provide-Maintain-Navy-Americas-Strategy/dp/0960039198 The national conversation regarding the United States Navy has, for far too long, been focused on the popular question of how many ships does the service need? To Provide and Maintain a Navy, a succinct but encompassing treatise on sea power by Dr. Henry J "Jerry" Hendrix, goes beyond the numbers to reveal the crucial importance of Mare Liberum (Free Sea) to the development of the Western thought and the rules-based order that currently govern the global commons that is the high seas. Proceeding from this philosophical basis, Hendrix explores how a "free sea" gave way to free trade and the central role sea-borne commercial trade has played in the overall rise in global living standards. This is followed by analysis of how the relative naval balance of power has played out in naval battles and wars over the centuries and how the dominance of the United States Navy following World War II has resulted in seven decades of unprecedented peace on the world's oceans. He further considers how, in the years that followed the demise of the Soviet Union, both China and Russia began laying the groundwork to challenge the United States's maritime leadership and upend five centuries of naval precedents in order to establish a new approach to sovereignty over the world's seas. It is only at this point that Dr. Hendrix approaches the question of the number of ships required for the United States Navy, the industrial base required to build them, and the importance of once again aligning the nation's strategic outlook to that of a "sea power" in order effectively and efficiently to address the rising threat. To Provide and Maintain a Navy is brief enough to be read in a weekend but deep enough to inform the reader as to the numerous complexities surrounding what promises to be the most important strategic conversation facing the United States as it enters a new age of great power competition with not one, but two, nations who seek nothing less than to close and control the world's seas