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Making Good: Small Business Podcast
135: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield (Making Good Book Club #10)

Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 48:21


Welcome back to Making Good Book Club! In this episode, my book club co-host, Charelle Griffith and I discuss The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield. This is a book that I read years and years ago and I honestly think about one key takeaway from this book ALL THE TIME (hint: it's the concept of resistance). In this book club episode, we talk about the concept of resistance and how it relates to creativity, how to overcome it, how to approach your creative work as a pro, and much more. ____________________MAKING GOOD SHOWNOTES:https://makinggoodpodcast.com/135CONNECT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/laurentildenGET 100 MARKETING PROMPTS (free!):https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts 

Sunday Awakening with Bishop E.W. Jackson
How to become successful | Part 6: Making good decisions (continued…)

Sunday Awakening with Bishop E.W. Jackson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 28:18


Good Money Moves
Making Good Money Moves - An Immigrant's Experience

Good Money Moves

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 32:22


Jenna Taubel and Sherezada Jensen with First Alliance Credit Union share Sherezada's first hand experiences and advice as an immigrant learning to navigate U.S. financial practices and institutions.

BGBC Pulpit
Making Good Decisions, Sun PM, 9/11/22

BGBC Pulpit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 42:55


19 Hits the Dragon
Season 3 Episode 14: Making Good Villains Great with Goblets and Gays

19 Hits the Dragon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 66:31


The Big Bad Evil Guy is a tried and true trope. No matter what story your game is telling there is going to be someone or something that is working against your players. Someone to personify the forces of evil; some nefarious creature out to cause havoc and destruction; Or maybe one character's dad is just an asshole. But how do you make the BBEG interesting? What makes for a compelling villain? Can my players smooch my villains?  Well today I'm joined by Aubrey and Aki, the creative force behind Goblets and Gays and Animam Agere, to answer all those questions and more. From fighting Jeff Bezos to dealing with family trauma we've got tons of tricks you can use to create compelling characters that oppose your players.  If you want to hear and see more from Aubrey and Aki you can check them out on Goblets and Gays, Animam Agere, and Wayward Arcadium by following the links here or catch them on Bring Your Own Mech Follow Aubrey everywhere on social media @MadQueenCosplay  Follow Aki everywhere on social media @akinomii_art  Follow me on twitter @19HitstheDragon for updates on the season and general nerd shenanigans. You can follow Hannah on @Bad8uddhist twitter to see their awesome crafts and get updates on edits and her craft streams.  Intro and Outro music by Paul Mackie If you enjoy the show consider leaving us a comment, rating, or review on your platform of choice then go out and tell 19 of your closest friends about us! And as always f*ck Jeff Bezos

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
MBTA GM On Orange Line Repairs: "We Are Making Good Progress"

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 0:42


The MBTA has less than 10 days to complete its Orange Line repair project, but officials say progress keeps chugging along. WBZ's James Rojas is at Wellington Station with more.

California Tree Nut Report
William Bourdeau on Making Good Decisions on Surface Water Availability

California Tree Nut Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022


Rooting for You
ANYTIME - making good soil - everything you need to know about making quality soil

Rooting for You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 17:23


S7E2 Tess and Alyce answer a listener question all about ensuring you've got good soil quality. This listener has a couple of raised garden beds she's filling up, she's got a couple of tonnes of organic compost blended with coco coir, perlite and chicken manure plus the contents of her bokashi bins and some store bought worms. She says "I'm scared that my soil will lack nutrients to grow strong healthy plants, any suggestions?" They've said on the podcast before that your plants are as good as your soil so listen in to find out what Alyce thinks of this mix and whether she'd do anything differently. ~~~ Rooting for You is hosted by Tess and Alyce, artwork by @lorynjanene You can find us at https://www.alycealexandra.com/rooting-for-you-pod or email us at rootingforyou@alycealexandra.com Tess and Alyce acknowledge the traditional owners of the land where we live and grow our gardens, the Wurundjeri and Bunurong peoples of the eastern Kulin Nations. We pay our respects to Elders, past and present. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal Land.

Rise of RevOps
Making Good Decisions with Bad Data, with Adam Tuttle, Director of Revenue Operations at ActiveCampaign

Rise of RevOps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:14


This episode features an interview with Adam Tuttle, Director of Revenue Operations at ActiveCampaign. ActiveCampaign's category-defining Customer Experience Automation Platform (CXA) helps over 180,000+ businesses in 170 countries meaningfully engage with their customers. Adam joined ActiveCampaign 10 years ago as the ninth employee at the company. Starting as the first Account Manager, Adam worked his way up to Sales Director opening the first international office in Sydney before returning to the US to transition into RevOps. On this episode, Adam discusses the importance of defining RevOps within an organization, the challenge of making good decisions with bad data, and why it's imperative to create a unified language across operational teams within a company.   —Guest Quote“Where is the data? How does it live and what is painting the story that you need to make a good decision? I think that what happens sometimes is we think we're making a good decision, but it's predicated on bad information and that ends up being just a bad decision at the end of the day.” - Adam Tuttle—Time Stamps:*(02:04) - Adam's unexpected transition to RevOps *(07:15) - Bringing other departments into the RevOps fold*(11:30) - Spend more time planning *(14:34) - What is your source of truth?*(19:35) - The Tool Shed *(24:33) - Metrics that matter*(33:51) - RevOps blindspots*(36:47) - Rapid Fire *(40:39) - Parting advice —Sponsor:Rise of RevOps is brought to you by Qualified. Qualified's Pipeline Cloud is the future of pipeline generation for revenue teams that use Salesforce. Learn more about the Pipeline Cloud on Qualified.com. —Links Connect with Adam Tuttle on LinkedInConnect with Ian Faison on LinkedinCheck out the ActiveCampaign Website

Sunday Awakening with Bishop E.W. Jackson
How to become successful | Part 5: Making good decisions

Sunday Awakening with Bishop E.W. Jackson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 28:18


St Paul's Cathedral
Retreat Day Session 3 Audio File: Making Good

St Paul's Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 20:18


An invitation to pause and reflect. In November 2021 we held a daytime retreat for those who are active in serving their local communities in the name of Christ: those who are championing social action and social justice. Run as a partnership between St Paul's Adult Learning and Compassionate Communities, part of the Diocese of London, and led by Antonia Lynn, an experienced spiritual director and practitioner of the Spiritual Exercises in daily life. Go to https://www.stpauls.co.uk/resources/invitation-to-pause-and-reflect-online-retreat to access the handouts and other audio files from the retreat.

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Tzvi Weinberg -- Recent Shiurim
Maor VaShemesh (2) - Shoftim 5783 - צדק צדק תרדף - Making Good Great and Endless (Healthy) Spiritual Growth

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Tzvi Weinberg -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 62:46


Remarkable People Podcast
Brent George | Making Good Decisions, Living with Purpose, & Rekindling the Fire in Our Hearts

Remarkable People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 67:14


"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose."  Romans 8:28 EPISODE OVERVIEW: For over 25 years I have known Brent to be a man of character, integrity, and honor. He has a passion and love for God, his wife Sarah, and people. Right now Brent and his wife are actively serving the people of Romania and the war torn Ukraine. Watch or listen now to this remarkable episode to hear Brent's story, what is really going on overseas from the first-hand perspective of a missionary, and how you can directly help and make a real difference in the world. Ladies and gentlemen, we proudly bring you this exciting episode of the podcast, the Brent George story!  GUEST BIO: Born and raised on the east coast of Canada, but moved to Florida for college. There, I met a beautiful American girl who has been my wife for 23 years. We have been living in Romania for the past 13 years where we minister mostly to gypsies. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we have been doing whatever we can to help the Ukrainian people.  EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video GuidePensacola Christian College SHOW NOTES:Guest Contact Info:Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/1346777801/Email: brentsara@hotmail.comPayPal: brentsara@hotmail.com Remarkable People Podcast Listener Special Offer(s):Donate Now to Directly Support the people and Ministry in Romania, and the People of the Ukraine via PayPal: brentsara@hotmail.comTMAC Fitness. 20 Minute Home Workouts Beginner and Advanced Workouts. No equipment. Each Workout Ends with a Meditation. BrandSupport the show

One Minute Governance
120. Making good decisions: You'll never be perfect

One Minute Governance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 1:57


When it comes to good governance, the conditions for great decision-making will never be perfect. But the journey is what counts. Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution   SCRIPT One thing I noticed when I first read chapter 1 of the Heath Brothers' Decisive is that I fall victim to the four villains of decision making basically every time I make any decision. I bet you felt the same. And it gets even worse when you're trying to make decisions as a group. Everyone brings their own “flavour” of the four villains to the table, making it super difficult to manage everything perfectly. Decisive offers some cool ideas, which you should review and test out yourself. I want to suggest that the status quo of boards of directors specifically, and corporate governance in general, create basically the perfect conditions for the four villains to thrive: time scarcity + information asymmetry + expertise asymmetry + rule-driven norms and so on, so on, so on. So here's the thing: if you buy into my definition of good governance even a little bit, the definition being actively creating conditions that maximize the likelihood that effective decisions will get made, then the status quo of boards – from the rules of order, to the structure of meetings, to the layout of the boardroom to the flow of conversations – all of it has the significant potential to work AGAINST good governance. So, to the extent that you see a bit of the four villains of decision-making in yourself, your organization, and your boardroom…what you're seeing is NORMAL, but it's also bad governance. The next time you craft an agenda, prepare a board presentation, frame a key decision, kick off a conversation, read your pre-read materials, etc. Keep the four villains in mind and ask how you can set yourself, your board, your management team up to create the conditions for effective decisions. It won't be perfect, but the effort itself is, in my opinion, the key to good governance.

One Minute Governance
119. Making good decisions: Overconfidence

One Minute Governance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 1:43


Overconfidence is my "favourite" of the Heath Brothers' four villains of decision making. It's simultaneously super obnoxious and super universal. And boardrooms provide the perfect environment for overconfidence to thrive and get in the way of your decisions. Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: Freakonomics Radio Season 9, Episode 46 Gender Differences in Overconfidence and Decision-Making in High-Stakes Competitions Gender Differences in Performance Predictions: Evidence from the Cognitive Reflection Test The Power of Precise Predictions   SCRIPT Maybe “favourite” isn't the perfect word here, but I'll say it anyway: overconfidence is my favourite of the Heath Brothers' four villains of decision-making. It's so complex, insidious, unconscious, and nearly ubiquitous. Overconfidence even FEELS good, so…well, it's pretty hard to steer completely around it in group decision environments like boardrooms. Take some time to scan the academic literature on overconfidence, including awesome recent stuff by Philip Tetlock from University of Pennsylvania, and the amazing book “Range” by David Epstein. Basically, it turns out that the more expertise you have in a specific field, the worse you get at making predictions about that field…and the more confident are at making those bad predictions. Another messed up thing about overconfidence? It's deeply gendered. Men, unsurprisingly, fall victim to overconfidence far more readily than women – hence the tendency to “mansplain.” Women, on the other hand, are more likely to be victims of UNDERconfidence, which as you can imagine also impedes effective decision-making. I've put some interesting links in the episode description for you to check out if you want to see more of the research in this area. People usually become corporate directors specifically because they have deep expertise in some area or another. So, as experts, how can we be useful in the boardroom without inviting the villains into the mix? My best advice is to lean on your expertise to ask big questions, tell cool stories, start interesting conversations…instead of just telling people what you think the future holds. No matter how confident you feel.

Transform Church
Friends And Associates / Making Good Judgement

Transform Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 45:08


Guard Rails EP2 - Friends And Associates: With Pastor Gregory J. Williams Have you ever wished you never met someone or your husband or wife never met someone? What can we do about this to ensure that we are making good judgments when it comes to doing life with our friends and associates? Find out in the message from our lead pastor.

It's My Turn
Making Good Happen

It's My Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:45


Making Good: Small Business Podcast
132: The Art of Ideas

Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 10:13


The doors of Making Good Happen are about to be OPENED! In anticipation of welcoming new voices and faces to the community, Lauren shares some thoughts about the art of ideas. After all, this very podcast, as well as the Making Good program, began as little kernels of ideas before they grew and grew. In this episode, Lauren shares her thoughts about how to generate ideas and where to put those ideas after they materialize in our thoughts. 

The New Manager Podcast
85. Making Good Use of Your Time

The New Manager Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 20:28


When you start managing people, you will be making new decisions about how you use your time. Some of your time will be in strategic thinking and planning, some will be in execution, some in communicating, and other relationship management tasks. You must learn how to use your time well, rather than letting yourself feel overwhelmed -- which leads to avoidance, reactivity, and never feeling like you have a handle on things. Each week, take a moment to pause and ask yourself: What am I spending my time on? And why? What am I avoiding? And why? Taking a little time to regularly reflect, assess, and decide how to use your time will ensure you use the rest of your time intentionally, rather than reactively. Let's discuss! -- I'm taking new clients! To work with me 1:1, schedule a consultation and let's talk about where you are, what desired outcomes you want, and how coaching can get you there. Book a time on my calendar here: https://calendly.com/kimnicol/consultation

Blind Grilling Experience
TV Show Experience with Vince

Blind Grilling Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 37:46


Special guest Vince Sobris joins me to talk about our time on the BYU tv show Making Good.  Vince was a recipient of a BGE package.  You can watch that episode with the following link.   https://www.byutv.org/player/95dcfaf9-22f0-4da9-92a9-e6713b452c28/making-good-blind-grilling

One Minute Governance
118. Making good decisions: Short-term emotion

One Minute Governance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 1:42


Boardrooms might seem like emotionless environments, but they *really* aren't. Even though we can't stop ourselves from feeling emotions, we can definitely acknowledge and manage the influence our emotions have on our decisions. In this episode, I refer to a recent episode of the No Stupid Questions podcast. Listen to it here:  Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution   SCRIPT Another of the Heath Brothers' villains of decision-making is short-term emotion. Many of us think of corporate decisions, especially those that happen in boardrooms, as being predictable, regulated, structured, even somber. In my experience, that tends to be a pretty accurate description, but that absolutely does not mean that the process is devoid of emotion. Is embarrassment an emotion? According to the recent episode 109 of the awesome podcast “No Stupid Questions,” it definitely is. I talk to *a lot* of corporate directors…like a lot a lot…and there are as many as not who've confided in me that they've found themselves at one point or another unwilling to ask a question or raise a concern because they were for all intents and purposes EMBARRASSED. To admit they don't know, to disagree with a respected colleague, to push against the status quo, or whatever. And if someone – likely several someones – in your boardroom are too embarrassed to express themselves, then that somber boardroom vibe is clearly working at cross purposes to good governance. And that's not even addressing the times that directors might spontaneously feel anger, frustration, pride, elation…all in ways that could negatively impact their ability to be impartial participants in making decisions. In your homework, the Heath Brothers offer some good advice here. I think I would boil my own advice down to something pretty simple: sllllooowwww doowwwwnnn. Good decisions take time. Most decisions aren't emergencies, and if they are, you're even more likely to get tripped up by short-term emotion!

One Minute Governance
117. Making good decisions: Narrow framing

One Minute Governance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 2:06


Next up on the list of the "villains" of decision-making is narrow framing. It's basically what we do to make decisions look and feel simpler than they are. And it's a major problem! Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution   SCRIPT: Another one of the Heath Brothers' villains of decision making is what they call “narrow framing.” Here's my take. I always felt like the expression “don't bring me problems; bring me solutions” was just about the stupidest thing a leader could say. First off, isn't it a leader's job to help to, y'know…lead people through solutions to difficult problems? Maybe more importantly, it feels like an attempt to force people to expedite a decision. What's the easiest and most defensible way to expedite a decision? Probably to artificially frame it as a go/no-go scenario. “Are we gonna do X or not do X?” Or maybe if we're lucky it's a slightly more creative “are we gonna do X, or are we gonna do Y?” And in my experience, the conditions for decision-making in boardrooms are so bad that to a senior manager the idea of bringing multiple options to the board – as opposed to a done-deal ready for approval – is like a living nightmare. But what's the point of a board? For my take, listen back to episodes 3 and 51. I don't think any of us would answer that the point of a board is just to be an approving machine. In fact, even when managers bring go/no-go decisions to the board, they're usually only doing it because it's really hard to figure out how to engage the board in an efficient AND useful discussion about multiple paths or options. But the fact is that virtually every decision truly does have multiple paths or options beyond “yes” and “no”. The best way to start building better habits is to just rip off the band-aid and TRY bringing a decision to the board earlier, before management has digested it into a go/no-go binary. Give them a chance to help you narrow it down and provide varied perspectives. Whatever part of the discussion goes well, say out loud that it was good, and try to recreate those conditions again in the future. Whatever goes poorly, say THAT out loud and try to avoid those conditions in the future. Whatever you do, don't just relapse back into your old, narrow framing habits.

The Wondering Mind
83: Making Good Together with Michelle Lukezic

The Wondering Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 47:16


Today's episode features Michelle Lukezic, graphic designer and co-founder of MakeGoodTogether. MakeGoodTogether aims to empower people to be the leaders that the world so desperately needs. They encourage and inspire people to take accountability for their actions and influence, by modeling behaviors that align with prioritizing the health and well-being of all on planet earth. Michelle leads strategic communications and creative direction for MakeGoodTogether. She has extensive experience in brand strategy and communication; as she has been running her own design consultancy for over twenty years. Pair that with her love of understanding the human condition within the social context, and her desire to always help others become their best selves, and this project seems like it was a perfect match. Her traits of empathy, understanding, and dedication to making the world a brighter place drive her actions. During this conversation Michelle shares with the audience what her main motivation was when creating MakeGoodTogether, how it has impacted her mental health, how she manages to continue to build the brand, ways others can get involved and more! Follow MakeGoodTogether TakeThePledgeAndMakeGood Twitter: MakeGoodTogether Resources mentioned: #MeActionNetwork ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Making Good: Small Business Podcast
131: The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks (Making Good Book Club #9)

Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 63:14


Welcome back to Making Good Book Club! In this episode, my book club co-host, Charelle Griffith and I discuss The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fears and Take Your Life to the Next Level by Gay Hendricks. This book is all about how we can face our fears, overcome what's called the “upper limit problem” and achieve our true potential by living in our zone of genius. In this episode we cover the main points from the book and discuss how it applies to us as small business owners.____________________MAKING GOOD SHOWNOTES:https://makinggoodpodcast.com/131JOIN THE FB COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/goodbusinesspeopleCONNECT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/laurentildenGET 100 MARKETING PROMPTS (free!):https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts Join the free live workshop on August 23rd: makinggoodpodcast.com/workshop

Epiphany Fellowship Sermons
Making Good on God's Investment | Pastor Curtis Dunlap

Epiphany Fellowship Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 46:55


 This week, Pastor Curtis Dunlap preached from Isaiah 5:1-7. He challenged us to make good on the investment God has made in our lives through His saving and sanctifying work in us.

One Minute Governance
116. Making good decisions: Confirmation bias

One Minute Governance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 1:42


By now, we've all heard about confirmation bias, and if you did your homework from the last episode, it'll be really clear to you how it gets in the way of effective decision-making. So, what are we supposed to do about it? Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution   SCRIPT: Now that you've read chapter 1 of Decisive by the Heath Brothers, let's take some time to talk through what they call the four villains of decision making, starting with confirmation bias. Since you're interested in corporate governance, chances are this isn't the first time you've heard or read about confirmation bias. The unconscious compulsion to embrace information that supports what you already believe to be true, and to reject information that contradicts what you already believe to be true. Let's be super, extra, ultra clear here: YOU, no matter who you are or what your perception of yourself might be, DO THOSE THINGS! *YOU* embrace information that supports what you already believe – regardless of whether you are correct – while rejecting information that contradicts what you believe. You aren't broken. It's just how people work. And you can already picture how this messes things up when groups – like boards of directors, for example – are trying to make decisions on short timelines and with incomplete information. Add on the fact that even that incomplete information sometimes gets delivered to boards in vast quantities – maybe hundreds and hundreds of pages. How else can we expect directors to synthesize all of it in the process of preparing for a meeting or decision? Confirmation bias gives us a shortcut – pay attention only to the stuff that tells us we're probably right. If you want advice on managing confirmation bias beyond what you learned in Decisive, a google rabbit hole awaits you. For now, try just re-framing board meetings as an opportunity to try to prove yourself WRONG. It's way more fun than loudly trying to convince people you're right, and you're WAY more likely to learn something from your peers.

Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith's Podcast
Becoming a Good Friend & Making Good Friends

Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 33:29


Pastor Richard Myers - Sunday, August 14, 2022 (Scripture Passages from various Proverbs)How many friends do you have? Not how many people claim to be your friend on Facebook, at school, at work or in the community, but how many true friends are there for you when the chips are down? With the start of a new school year, we will examine various verses on friendship from the book of Proverbs. Whether we are students or adults, we will discover the importance and impact of choosing our friends wisely.

One Minute Governance
115. Making good decisions: Intro

One Minute Governance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 1:38


Since we've established good governance as actively creating conditions to maximize the likelihood that effective decisions will get made, let's start exploring what it means to make good decisions. Over the next five episodes, we'll use the first chapter of Decisive by the Heath Brothers as our textbook. Download a free copy here: https://heathbrothers.com/member-content/decisive-chapter-1/ As always, the background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution.   SCRIPT: I've spent the last 114 episodes talking about corporate governance as the way decisions get made in a corporation, and the first chunk of this season talking about good governance as creating the conditions for effective decisions to get made, but what does that even mean? Well, this is one question where we – meaning YOU – have access a rich trove of scientific research and real-world evidence, so you won't have to just trust me and OMG to get you there. And lots of organizations apply what we've learned from all those insights to empower MANAGERS to make good decisions. Think of all the cool ways that meetings have changed over the years, or workspaces, or onboarding, or offsites. The thing is, no matter how well these new approaches work, they basically never find their way into boardrooms. Board processes, structures, rules of order, agendas, boardroom layouts…they all just basically stay the same, or close enough to the same that the impact on decisions is essentially nothing. And you know what? The moment you start paying attention, I bet you'll basically see and feel boardroom decisions suffering as a result. Over the next few episodes, we'll go over a few important elements of good – and bad – decision conditions. Our textbook, so to speak, will be the first chapter of the book Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath. Your homework is to read it before the next episode comes out in a few days. You can download a free copy by following the link in the episode description. I'll also put some links to some other cool articles on decision making in case you're interested. Have fun!

Making Good: Small Business Podcast
130: How to Build a Strong Brand with B of Powerhouse

Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 46:50


Early on in this episode, brand strategist B of Powerhouse Brand Studio said something that I think was my main takeaway from episode 130 of Making Good (and possibly yours too?). She said:“Your brand is your business's biggest asset.”This episode will heIp you better understand how to build a stronger brand so you get get better business results and make a bigger impact.hope this episode helped you better understand how to build an even stronger brand so that you can get more of the results and make more of the impact you want to make. ____________________MAKING GOOD SHOWNOTES:https://makinggoodpodcast.com/130JOIN THE FB COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/goodbusinesspeopleCONNECT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/laurentildenGET 100 MARKETING PROMPTS (free!):https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts

Wisdom for Living with Greg Mohr
Trusting God and Making Good Decisions

Wisdom for Living with Greg Mohr

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:30


This powerful series from Pastor Greg's television broadcast, Wisdom for Living, is filled with revelation and practical instruction on how to hear the Lord's voice clearly and accurately. Get ready to learn to hear God clearly and make wise decisions in your life as you receive the truths contained in this series, Hearing God Clearly.

The Gary Zimak Show
The Gary Zimak Show - Making Good Use of Time

The Gary Zimak Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022


 This week on the Gary Zimak Show, Gary unpacks the Mass Readings for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time. The theme centers on making good use of our limited time on earth. How are you doing with this? Tune in and let's talk about it!

Valley Bible Baptist Church - Espanola, NM
Making Good Out Of Bad - Wednesday

Valley Bible Baptist Church - Espanola, NM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 38:50


Preached from the pulpit of Valley Bible Baptist Church by Pastor Brian McMath

Bob Sirott
Ukraine-Russia War update: Ukraine's grain exports making good progress

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


Journalist and editor of ‘Ukrainian Freedom News' Joseph Lindsley joins Wendy Snyder, filling in for Bob Sirott, from Ukraine to deliver the latest news on the Ukraine-Russia War, including the sources who claim that Putin has a body double and where Ukraine’s grain exports are. You can find more updates on Joseph's website, ukrainianfreedomnews.com. To donate […]

Creating Happiness
13: Making Good Friends

Creating Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:41 Very Popular


This is what I get asked to talk about the most!! So here you go :) And most importantly, know your worth and spread love! Love you guys

Your Highness Podcast
Episode 6.09: Making Good Sex Accessible

Your Highness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 27:55


Katie Enright of Lavinia talks about the complexity of sexual health, and examines the intersection of cannabis and sex. She also talks about the importance of hygiene, application method, and understanding activation times. 

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees
A crossover with Sully of Locked On MLB | The Yanks are in first, they're making good trades and more!

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 39:43


Stacey and Sully of Locked On MLB did a crossover episode talking about everything from being on HBO to Frankie Montas and Lou Trivino! The Yankees are exceeding expectations, and now they've made some moves that should help them down the stretch. Sully, a Red Sox fan, issues a mea culpa and apologizes for being wrong about the Yankees in 2022, but Stacey assures him that no one knew any of this was going to happen and how it's still not comfortable being a cautiously optimistic Yankees fan. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com. And, going on now is the Blue Nile Anniversary Sale … Save up to forty percent on classic fine jewelry pieces and twenty-five percent on engagement ring settings. Shop stress free and find your forever piece. Go to BlueNile.com today.  LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Vroom With Vroom, you can buy a car entirely online, and have it delivered straight to you, so you never have to go to a dealership again. So, next time you need to buy a car, just grab your phone, go to Vroom.com and check out thousands of great cars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Develpreneur: Become a Better Developer and Entrepreneur

There are many mistakes we make related to pushing too far or not pushing enough.  The latter is where we make good the enemy of better.  More precisely, good enough becomes our goal instead of getting better.  That approach can be comfortable.  However, it can also limit our growth professionally and personally.  This episode shares a story where I limited myself regularly shooting for a goal that was good rather than better.  While we can take the "win" and move on, there are more times we should aim higher. Good The Enemy of Better - Limiting Growth The idea of perfect as the enemy of good and pushing too hard has been discussed in other episodes.  Those situations have us trying too much for perfection and missing out on the return on investment.  The effort is not always worth the cost and subsequent payoff.  For example, this situation is on one end of the spectrum.  We can aim too low and hit our target perfectly.  However, that has limited use.  At some point, we need to push to improve and grow.  Otherwise, we will start to stagnate and fade.  It is not just a cute saying that when we stop to grow, we begin to die. The example of this episode provides one of the most common ways I have seen this appear in careers.  We have a hard time arguing strong enough for our skills and worth and end up shooting too low.  A good book on negotiation tactics would be an excellent start in fixing this oversight.  The "Donald Trump" over-the-top approach may annoy people, but it is a valuable way to get the best deal.  When you start by positioning yourself as the best for a job, it makes sense to look for better compensation than average. The Lesson Learned In this situation, I learned that I need to be intentional about how I grow my worth and business.  We will not get more unless we ask for more.  That includes that we need to push ourselves and avoid settling for how things have been.  While this episode focuses on compensation, it also is vital for assignments, titles, and responsibilities.  These are all the ways we grow professionally.  Thus, we need to look for ways to ask for more and push ourselves to gain that desired objective. If you like this season, you will probably like Scott Adams' book, "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life." Edited with BlogPad Pro

The Design Business Show
The Design Business Show 192: Brand Evolution: Why a Perfectly Polished Brand is a Waste of Time (for now)with Illiah Manger

The Design Business Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 33:53


Illiah (ill•e•ahh) is a brand designer to visionary business owners, mentor to ambitious graphic designers, and mom to two gorgeous muses, C&V. Her business exists to help entrepreneurs find + use their voice through their visuals so they can clearly + effortlessly communicate their own big mission — and do it with more elegance + style than her closet currently holds, which is saying something!

Nathan's School of Thought
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions, Part 1: Making Good Ones

Nathan's School of Thought

Play Episode Play 57 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 20:43


Making decisions, which we do many times a day, can be an easy way to become frustrated, apathetic, nervous, or overly concerned about making just the right decision. Whether the decision is large or small, we can become mired in analysis paralysis, or question our decisions, once they are made.In this episode, we talk about analysis paralysis, the Recency Effect, and how to actually get a decision made, rather than delaying it, or being slowed down by fear of making the wrong decision. You can become good at making decisions, and bless your life, and the lives of others. Whether you're buying a car, choosing a spouse, changing a career, or helping a child, you can become more adept at making swift, confident, wise decisions. I invite you to go to natewalkercoaching.com/contact-1 and share your thoughts, notes, comments, or aspirations in the comments section. Tell me how I can help you best, and we'll schedule some time together, free of charge, to discuss it.   Let me know if there are additional topics you would like me to discuss, and as always, please share this podcast. 

Your Morning Mantra
Evening Mantra - Making good things happen

Your Morning Mantra

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 2:51


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The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias
The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias – Making Good Drinks with Abigail Gullo – 2022Ep22

The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 60:13


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Making Good: Small Business Podcast
127: We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers (Making Good Book Club #8)

Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 46:19


We're back with the 8th edition of Making Good Book Club! My book club co-host, Charelle Griffith, and I talk all about We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers. The subtitle of this book says it all; this book is "A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power". Let's talk about how to apply it to your life and small business.____________________MAKING GOOD SHOWNOTES:https://makinggoodpodcast.com/127JOIN THE FB COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/goodbusinesspeopleCONNECT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/laurentildenGET 100 MARKETING PROMPTS (free!):https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts Stuck on what to say in our marketing? Download this free resource of 100 marketing prompts: https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts.

Your Morning Mantra
Evening Mantra - Making Good Things Happen

Your Morning Mantra

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 2:54


This is a bonus Evening Mantra - Making Good Things Happen See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Money Real Business Podcast
RMRB 664 - Making Good Use of Amazon Advertising Campaigns to Build a Lucrative KDP Business

Real Money Real Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 31:58


In this episode, Lauren talks to the seller of an Amazon KDP business created in June 2014 in the books and culinary niches. Listen in to find out how the business makes an average of $7,926 per month in net profit, why the seller has decided to sell, the lessons learned from running the business, and much more. Visit https://app.empireflippers.com/listing/62024 to learn more about this business.

A Life Invested
52. GRATITUDE, GROWTH AND GIVING | Interview with Kirby Heyborne (Actor and Singer/Songwriter)

A Life Invested

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 44:59


Kirby Heyborne is a highly skilled actor, musician, and voice-over artist. He currently has his own show on BYUtv entitled, "Making Good." Kirby is a family man and is impacting the world in positive ways. His smile is infectious, and his goodness is contagious. He has an attitude of positivity and gratitude in all he does. You can follow Kirby on Instagram here: @kirbyheyborne. _____________________ Learn more about what Roger does at: 0dollarstartup.com Follow Roger on Instagram at: roger.comstock

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
How to Make Funny Videos for Serious Results with Joseph Wilkins, Ep. 411

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 29:26


Joseph Wilkins founded the marketing agency ProCreative around 20 years ago, and from that grew FunnySalesVideos.com, where he and his team create refreshingly entertaining sales videos that turn to view into buying.   His campaigns are extremely successful and he has previously worked with the likes of Google, McDonald's, and Linked In (among others).  Now he's looking to share his ideas and success stories with other marketing fanatics and budding business owners.      We talked to Joseph about his creative journey and how adding humour to your content can be a huge help in your success.   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 05:32] Opening Segment  Joseph talks about his background. He talks about how he grew up with the creative bug. How he launched funnysalesvideos.com; [05:14 – 15:14] Eight Steps He talks about their process of producing their videos. Eight steps of creating a great video Why you should find comedy writers; How an iphone can be a tremendous help; The importance of testing your videos. [15:14 – 23:40] Why Humorous Videos Joseph talks about when you should add funny videos to your repertoire The importance of speaking in the language of your audience. How you should approach content creation. How you can download Joseph's e-book    [23:40 – 29:29] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: Putting all of his eggs in one basket.   Digital Resource: Harmon Brothers University   Most Recommended Book: From Poop to Gold   Daily Habit: Exercising and reading the bible    #1 Insight for Making Good and Funny Videos Become a creator of consumption.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Utah:  Indian Food   Contact Joseph: To learn more go to his website. Click here to download his ebook and click here to get a free brainstorm session with Joseph.   Tweetable Quotes: “Whatever you are doing right now; you can elevate it and make it better by adding humor.”  - Joseph Wilkins “99% of the companies can benefit from humor.”  - Joseph Wilkins   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

Ticket 2 Anywhere Podcast
45: Ticket 2 | The Rise of Good People Making Good Coffee (Local Edition: West LA)

Ticket 2 Anywhere Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 44:38


We are starting a new series that highlights local business owners and dives into life, business, travel, and literally anything else they want to talk about... because we all know local shops are the backbone of any community, and we try to show them the love they deserve. Trizzy and Leah buy and support local wherever they go, whether it's shopping in Southeast Asia or right here at home in Los Angeles. Our first "Local Edition" guest is Chuck Herrera of Good People Coffee Company in West Los Angeles, California. This coffee shop is special to us because one cool LA morning in October, Trizzy made Leah run the Santa Monica stairs with her & then we both tried Good People Coffee Co for the first time - where the idea of our podcast "Ticket 2 Anywhere" was born. Connect with Good People Coffee CompanyInstagram: @goodpeoplecoffeecoWebsite: https://goodpeoplecoffeeco.com/Always protect yourself on your travels: Sign up here to get your own SafetyWing Nomad Insurance (affiliate link): https://safetywing.com/?referenceID=ticket2anywhereConnect with SafetyWing @ www.safetywing.com and @nomadcitiesFor career opportunities with SafetyWing - https://safetywing.pinpointhq.com/--------Connect with Ticket 2 Anywhere Podcast!Instagram • Facebook • TikTok • TwitterIf you enjoyed this episode, consider supporting the show by Buying Us a Coffee !*Subscribe* to our Youtube Channel: search Ticket 2 Anywhere PodcastListen to our podcast everywhere you stream:Spotify, Apple, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts & iHeartMusic : Tropical ChillMusic produced by OrangeHeadWatch : https://youtu.be/UsI6VbzGlIAWebsite : http://www.orangehead.netProduction by TrizzInc ProductionsSupport the show

Making Good: Small Business Podcast
122: Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller (Making Good Book Club #7)

Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 47:59


We're back with the 7th edition of Making Good Book Club! My book club co-host, Charelle Griffith, and I talk all about Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message so Customers Will Listen by Donald Miller. This book is all about story, the universal elements of powerful stories, how to simplify your message, and much more. This book will help all of us change how we talk about our businesses, ourselves, and what we have to offer. We loved how applicable, (or DIY-friendly as Charelle says), this book is, and we can't wait to implement it.____________________MAKING GOOD SHOWNOTES:https://makinggoodpodcast.com/122JOIN THE FB COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/goodbusinesspeopleCONNECT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/laurentildenGET 100 MARKETING PROMPTS (free!):https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts Stuck on what to say in our marketing? Download this free resource of 100 marketing prompts: https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts.Stuck on what to say in our marketing? Download this free resource of 100 marketing prompts: https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts.

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1
EP #189 NEVER BURN BRIDGES- CHEF CHARITY "THE SUGAR SORCERESS"

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 117:47


Chef Charity grew up in Southern California, as the oldest of 6 children. She started performing in musical theater when she was just 4 years old. Charity damaged not one, but 2 Easy Bake Ovens as a child before her mother decided to teach her how to use the “big” oven. By age 12 she had tapped out her mother and grandmother's cooking knowledge and hit the books as she wanted to know more. As A 6th grader, she entered her first cake competition/auction. When she was 16 she went to work for a local custom cake shop called Flour Power in a nearby town. After her first year at University, where she was majoring in International business and minoring in Voice and French, she went to culinary school in Paris, France at Le Ritz Escoffier, although she didn't finish her degree there. After working in various industries; computer, graphics, radio, entertainment, restaurant and grocery, commercial food production, she finished her degree at Grossmont College in Pastry Arts. Chef Charity is the Pastry Chef and Cake Artist for Nailed it! On Netflix. She's the magic hands that makes all the cakes and other treats the contestants attempt to copy in the Emmy Nominated comedy baking show on Netflix. Charity specializes in chocolate and sugar art particularly with regards to wedding, specialty and extreme cakes. She has also specialized in baking and cooking for those with food allergies and sensitivities, which she terms “Free Baking”. Charity owns d'Zrt Cake Studio, and resides with her 3 children in San Diego, CA. Charity is also President of the Board of Directors for Icing Smiles. Icing Smiles is a non-profit organization that provides custom celebration cakes and other treats to families impacted by the critical illness or medical crisis of a child. As a medical mom (2 of her 3 children have medical challenges, Leukemia, Spondylo Arthritis & Crohn's disease) and a cake artist, Chef Charity is an excellent fit as a member of the board for Icing Smiles. www.icingsmiles.org Although she's had a 30+ year career in food, for the last 16 years she has worked exclusively with cakes, pastry, sugar and chocolate. In March 2013 Craftsy.com released it's first Isomalt (sugar art) class, taught by Chef Charity. The educational site, YummyArts.com has a catalog of Chef Charity's classes. She's also a judge at numerous cake shows/contests and teaches sugar and cake arts across the country. Television appearances; Charity's been a contestant on TLC's Ultimate Cake Off twice in season 2, was featured on TLC's Fabulous Cakes and the Niecy Nash Wedding Bash. On Food Network Charity has appeared on Cake Wars and Halloween Wars (season 2, 5 & 7). She was then a special guest Chocolatier on the Valentines episode of Cake Wars in 2016. Charity was featured on the pilot episode of SugarDome that aired as a special of Cupcake Wars called Cake Wars. The pilot episode of Caketastrophe was based on an Icing Smiles story, and Charity was also a part of that show. Charity has appeared on numerous cooking segments for news stations and news magazine shows in San Diego and Los Angeles. Since production began in 2017, Charity has been the “Secret Chef” = Cake Artist and Food Stylist for the entire Nailed it! series (Mexico included) on Netflix which originally released early 2018. Nailed it! Has filmed 49 episodes as of early 2020 and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2019 and 2 Emmy Awards in 2020. Charity was featured in the Icing Smiles episode on season 2 of Making Good on BYUtv. Charity has been featured on podcasts with Pastry Arts Magazine, and About to Break. She's written columns for magazines, Edible Artists Magazine, and done tutorial spreads in American Cake Decorating Magazine. She's been featured in Bake Magazine, Dessert Professional and others. She was one of the top 10 Cake Artists in 2014 in Dessert Professional Magazine.

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
275. Increasing Latinx Representation in Philanthropy + Making Good Famous - Carolina García Jayaram

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 46:57 Transcription Available Very Popular


Meet Carolina. She's the founding CEO of The Elevate Prize Foundation, a global purpose-driven nonprofit that serves to amplify social impact and empower passionate problem solvers, leaders, and innovators. Latinos hold just 1% of foundation and not-for-profit CEO positions and less than 10% of program officer positions, yet Hispanics represent 20% of the U.S. population. Join us to make good famous