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Earlier this year there was the announcement of a massive computer breach that allowed hackers to exploit numerous US government agencies left the US government and the world in shock. The hackers attached malware to a software update which gave them access to government networks and private company systems, putting infrastructures, data, operations and priority information at risk. But this is not the only attack we have seen since the beginning of the pandemic. Chris Versace estimates that in the first 100 days of the pandemic Covid-themed spam messages increased by 26%, and impersonation attacks jumped by 40%. This is worrying news as the world transitions into a virtual workforce, AI advances and healthcare systems and data are a priority. In this episode, we explore how and why we have become so vulnerable and how we can better protect ourselves.
Heller #Opinionaterz! On this episode (182), Ty talks #NickiMinajj, #SemiSeparated, #ToryLanez, #MegTheeStallion and much more! #MVPOfTheWeek: #KashDoll#ClownOfTheWeek: #PeoplePayingFollowersThe Opinionated Topic Of The Week: Ty and special guest, Big Bev talk professionalism with the sphere of black & P.O.C. culture, how every sphere has its own set of rules for 'professionalism', the differences between Managing and Leadership and how we can do better in this Grey area of professionalism .Let's Talk. Shop & Cop Merch Now! 10% Off | Promo | THCNETWORKhttps://the-thc-store.creator-spring.comBecome a part of The T.H.C Family! Join Our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/creator-homeFollow us on Social Media:Instagram:www.instagram.com/tob__podcast/ Follow our Podcast Network: www.instagram.com/thethcnetwork_www.twitter.com/thethcnetwork_Follow Ty on Social Media:Instagram:www.instagram.com/_tythepodguySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/THCNetwork)
Today we talk about preparing for emergencies in private practice. As a solo practitioner, certain things need to be in place before you have an emergency on your hands. If you haven't started preparing yet, then it's not too late! Gabe Nelson joins the show to explain exactly what you need to do to be ready for the worst possible scenarios. Tune in as we chat about saving for emergency funds, getting the right insurance, and ensuring you are protected as a business owner. Meet Gabe Nelson With almost three decades in the financial services industry and more than a decade as an independent small business owner, Gabe Nelson already had an established thriving practice and solid reputation in his industry when he recognized an interesting trend among some of his favorite clients. More and more, he found himself working with self-employed professionals and solo-entrepreneurs. And as a business owner himself, he was fired up about helping them navigate the unique challenges they were facing – because he was just like them. He understood that independent professionals have specific needs. Most financial advisors don't know exactly what it takes to transition from employee to independent contractor status or establish long-term financial security without relying on a regular paycheck. He also knew that with more of the workforce becoming self-employed every day, more people could benefit from working with an advisor who knows how to plan for the whole financial picture, including legal, estate, financial, retirement, life, disability, and more — with an entrepreneurial spirit. So he took his passion for providing a personal touch with hands-on problem-solving and solution-oriented comprehensive planning and decided to focus on serving solo entrepreneurs. Preparing For The Worst Possible Event We're talking about preparing for emergencies or preparing for the worst thing that could possibly happen. It would help if you protect yourself from a crisis as a practicing therapist. This preparation should come in handy whether you're running a solo practice or a group practice. There are certain things that you need to start thinking about and putting into place. For instance, make sure you have money set aside in case something happens. If something does happen to your practice, and you're not able to keep working or seeing your clients, then what is your plan? The pandemic was a great test run for a lot of people. The beautiful thing about therapy is that you can still see clients virtually and do a lot of your practice through telemedicine. Start Saving For Your Emergency Fund Today If you haven't yet, then it's time to set aside a certain amount of money in your practice. It would help if you considered how much money you are willing to save. It can be anywhere from three months to six months or even twelve months. Gabe recommends that solo private practice owners reserve twelve months of their income for emergency use. As a solo practitioner, that business checkbook is kind of like your personal checkbook. Many people think that if their business is doing well, they are going to be okay on the personal side. However, that is not always the case. Do You Have The Proper Insurance? The next step is to start making sure that you've got some adequate insurance in place to protect you from those types of things that could happen. No one ever likes to talk about insurance. I mean, no one's talking about life insurance, and they don't want to talk about disability insurance. These are all things that you need to start thinking about when you are an adult businessperson and running a practice. Make sure that you've got an adequate amount of life insurance in place. Gabe is a huge fan of just Straight Term Life Insurance; keep it simple, get as much coverage as you can, and for the lowest cost. Who Will Take Over Your Business? If something does happen to you, what is going to happen to your business? Do you have another set therapist or a firm that is set and ready to buy your practice from you? That way, you can realize all of those years of hard work you put together to benefit your family? Over the last ten years, the investment advisory world has gotten big into that because they realize the trust and relationships we build with our clients. That's a piece of protection that most solopreneurs don't think about. Find Protection As A Business Owner Lastly, it would help if you had some business owner protection. What if there is a fire at your workplace? What if there is a flood in your home? Do you have some of those protections in place that would at least give you some replacement of income? It would help if you had some insurance protections that would replace your computer or your software. Business owner's insurance is a policy that combines both property and liability coverage into one package. Don't forget to consider other types of insurance like life insurance and disability insurance. Being transparent… Some of the resources below use affiliate links which simply means we receive a commission if you purchase using the links, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for using the links! Gabe's Resources Gabe's Podcast Gabe's Website Gabe's Resources Resources Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free. 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In this episode, co-hosts Phil Ordway, Elliot Turner, and John Mihaljevic discuss (i) confidence vs. overconfidence; and (ii) idea generation, or how to get to "no" quickly in the investment process. Enjoy the conversation! About the Co-Hosts: Elliot Turner is a co-founder and Managing Partner, CIO at RGA Investment Advisors, LLC. RGA Investment Advisors runs a long-term, low turnover, growth at a reasonable price investment strategy seeking out global opportunities. Elliot focuses on discovering and analyzing long-term, high quality investment opportunities and strategic portfolio management. Prior to joining RGA, Elliot managed portfolios at at AustinWeston Asset Management LLC, Chimera Securities and T3 Capital. Elliot holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation as well as a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School.. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University where he double majored in Political Science and Philosophy. Philip Ordway is Managing Principal and Portfolio Manager of Anabatic Fund, L.P. Previously, Philip was a partner at Chicago Fundamental Investment Partners (CFIP). At CFIP, which he joined in 2007, Philip was responsible for investments across the capital structure in various industries. Prior to joining CFIP, Philip was an analyst in structured corporate finance with Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. from 2002 to 2005. Philip earned his B.S. in Education & Social Policy and Economics from Northwestern University in 2002 and his M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in 2007, where he now serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Finance Department. John Mihaljevic leads MOI Global and serves as managing editor of The Manual of Ideas. He managed a private partnership, Mihaljevic Partners LP, from 2005-2016. John is a winner of the Value Investors Club's prize for best investment idea. He is a trained capital allocator, having studied under Yale University Chief Investment Officer David Swensen and served as Research Assistant to Nobel Laureate James Tobin. John holds a BA in Economics, summa cum laude, from Yale and is a CFA charterholder. The content of this podcast is not an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any security in any jurisdiction. The content is distributed for informational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to sell or buy any security or other investment, or undertake any investment strategy. There are no warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness, or results obtained from any information set forth on this podcast. The podcast participants and their affiliates may have positions in and may, from time to time, make purchases or sales of the securities or other investments discussed or evaluated on this podcast.
Gabriela Ariana Campoverde sits down with Michelle Tran and Sasha Pilch, co-founders of NYC Fintech Women, an organization which promotes gender equality through diversity in the fintech community. Founded in 2017, NYC Fintech Women connects, promotes and empowers women in their professional advancement in the fintech industry. Today, they have over 7,000 members across startups, traditional finance and VCs. They host monthly events in collaboration with fintechs such as Adyen, Stash, and Plaid as well as institutional enterprises such as Deutsche Bank, Google, Shearman & Sterling, and Silicon Valley Bank. Over the past year, NYC Fintech Women expanded its reach by building an online platform to reach out to members nationwide with educational and networking opportunities. Most recently, they also launched Talk of Her Town, a podcast which features inspiring women in fintech. In this episode we discuss: - What motivated Michelle and Sasha to grow this network - NYC Fintech Women's humble beginnings - Michelle and Sasha's careers in fintech - Opinions on what's hot and exciting in fintech today - What's next for NYC Fintech Women - And much more! Michelle Tran Michelle Tran is a Co-Founder of NYC Fintech Women. When she is not managing NYC Fintech Women, Michelle is an advisor for Harness Wealth, a wealth tech platform for individuals with complex financial situations to gain access to a curated network of industry-leading financial advisors, CPA, and trust & estate attorneys. She is also a founding member of Dreamers // Doers, a highly curated, female-focused collaboration and co-mentorship community, consisting of an ever-growing powerful network of entrepreneurs, investors, and advisors. She is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz where she studied Politics and Economics. She also holds a Certificate of International Business from the University of Cambridge. Michelle currently resides in San Francisco. To follow her on Twitter visit twitter.com/fintechmichelle. Sasha Pilch Sasha Pilch is a Co-Founder of NYC Fintech Women. Aside from managing NYC Fintech Women, Sasha is the Sales Lead at Pinwheel, a NYC VC-backed startup company, building the infrastructure that will power the future of finance. She has worked in Sales in multiple start-up companies, including Ramp, Plaid, and Quovo. Sasha also has international work experience, having worked in the United Kingdom and Australia in banks including Citi, Commonwealth Bank, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. She is a graduate of the University of Technology, Sydney where she studied Management and Marketing. Sasha currently resides in New York. To follow her on Twitter visit twitter.com/sashafintech. About NYC Fintech Women NYC Fintech Women connects, promotes and empowers women in their professional advancement in the fintech industry. For additional information on NYC Fintech Women, please visit nycfintechwomen.com | Twitter: twitter.com/nycfintechwomen For more FinTech insights, follow us below: Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech Gabriela's Twitter: twitter.com/byGabyC Gabriela's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/gcampoverde
If you're a business owner, of thing you are always doing is learning how to scale your business and increase your revenues. In this episode, we touch base on the tools you need and best practices to implement. Joined by Kevin Mako, Founder of Mako Design, winner of 20+ Entrepreneurial Awards, worked with 1,000 product startups, keynote speaker, founder of Mako Design, host of the Product Startup Podcast, Make48 TV Show speaker. Connect With Kevin https://www.makodesign.com/podcast/ Follow the Podcast on Instagram Join Milestones, Motivation & Money on Clubhouse Join the Milestones, Motivation & Money Facebook Group Book Angel to speak here Be a guest on the Podcast, Apply here Order the Ballin On A Budget Workbook Order Upfront: An Entrepreneur's Quick Start Guide Have a podcast? Need to Create Promo Graphics? Get 2 Weeks FREE of Headliner Looking for Podcast Guests? Or Wanting to be a guest on other podcasts? Check out this podcast matching service
La verdad es que llevo bastante tiempo deseando presentarte a nuestro invitado de hoy (¡unos 3 años!) aunque es una persona que necesita pocas presentaciones... Fíjate, he estado buceando en mi correo (una especie de agujero negro sin fondo ni fin) y resulta que fue una de las primeras personas que empecé a seguir en Twitter. Corría el año 2009 y por aquel entonces apenas tenía 3.500 seguidores. Hoy este célebre cordobés 2.0 tiene 200.000 seguidores en las redes sociales y es uno de los coaches motivacionales y conferenciantes para empresas más solicitados. A lo mejor el nombre Alfonso Alcántara no te dice gran cosa, pero si te digo "Yoriento" (su marca personal) probablemente te suena un poquito más... Yoriento lleva casi 30 años facilitando el cambio en las organizaciones y fomentando la motivación y el liderazgo en las personas. Ha liderado numerosas iniciativas relacionadas con el crecimiento profesional, ha formado a directivos en todos los sectores, y es un conferenciante súper demandado por su capacidad de presentar con rigor pero también con humor. En #SuperProfesional (su libro de referencia que va ya por la 5ª edición) Yoriento desvela 6 superpoderes o ingredientes mágicos que te vendrán muy bien para alcanzar tus objetivos. En este episodio hablamos de ellos, haciendo especial hincapié en el ingrediente más importante de todos —la motivación— y cómo la puedes desarrollar
When you are a start-up, how do you lay a solid foundation for your business? Consider how you feel when you're starting something new and exciting, but there's much uncertainty involved. If that describes you, then this is the show for you. In today's interview, Susan talks to Alicia Butler Pierre about how a well-built infrastructure is essential for growing a successful business. Alicia Butler Pierre is the CEO of Equilibria, Inc., a 16-year-old operations management firm. She specializes in increasing bandwidth for fast-growing organizations via business infrastructure.
It's time for another farm chat and after this episode, you might shelve those romantic notions you have of farming and run for the hills! Angela got pooped on by a chicken and Shaye's sick ram didn't make it. We're mulling farm life and all it's ups and downs, but, in the end it's all worth it.Sip wine, in chic fashion, in your cozy home!For clean, refreshing wines: https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic Drink better, not more! This is guilt-free wine, my friends. Paleo, Keto, and diet-friendly. You must try Dry Farm Wines MUCH better wines. You can get either 3, 6, or 12 bottles delivered to your door monthly. Drink Dry Farm Wines with Ang and Shaye! https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchicTHANK YOU! American Blossom linens for being the official SEASON 8 SPONSOR!Invest once! Enjoy forever! The ONLY ORGANIC, ALL AMERICAN-made sheets on the market! American Blossom Linens / americanblossomlinens.com / Coupon Code: HOMEMAKERCHIC20THANKS TO OUR SPONSORSJoin Angela's OLD WORLD DESIGN SOCIETY / oldworld.parisiennefarmgirl.com A unique combination of a magazine publication and a private online design group with private lessons taught by Angela! -The Old World Design Society is a place for individuals who cherish the elements of a bygone era. Visit oldworld.parisiennefarmgirl.com Grab the Harvest/Holiday edition on sale and unlock access to all four summer design lessons!American Blossom Linens / americanblossomlinens.com / Coupon Code: HOMEMAKERCHIC20 Fall is here. We are freshening up the home and tucking in into autumnal goodness! We are doing both of these things with our American Blossom Linens. Invest ONCE, enjoy for a lifetime.Toups & Co www.toupsandco.com Coupon Code: HOMEMAKER Toups and Co. is your one-stop online shop for all things natural and organic. They do things differently! This is a company created by my friend Emily who has taken quality ingredients in makeup, skincare, and more to an entirely new level.SHOW SOME LOVEHomemaker Chic is made possible by our Patrons. If you'd like to show some love to the podcast for just $10 a month and get video forms of all the episodes and much more, you can do that over on Patreon right here. THANK YOU, Patrons – we love you! If you'd like to submit topic requests, you can do that by emailing Shaye and Angela at firstname.lastname@example.orgSOCIAL LINKSAngela www.parisiennefarmgirl.comoldworld.parisiennefarmgirl.comwww.youtube.com/c/ParisienneFarmgirl/featuredInstagram @parisiennefarmgirlShayewww.theelliotthomestead.comwww.youtube.com/c/Theelliotthomestead/featuredInstagram @shayeelliottshayeelliott.com
Welcome to episode #794 of Six Pixels of Separation. Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation - Episode #794 - Host: Mitch Joel. He is one of the kindest humans that I know. Jonathan Fields (aka the Good Life Guy) is all about delivering insights that spark purpose, possibility, and potential. He's been on a decades-long quest to discover what makes people come fully alive. Jonathan is the host of one of the world's top podcasts, Good Life Project (I was a guest on the Good Life Project back in 2013). He's the author of the bestselling books, How to Live A Good Life and Uncertainty, but we're here to discuss his most recent venture, Spark Endeavors, where he is the chief architect and driving force behind the world's first purpose, engagement, and flow archetypes – the Sparketypes. This tool has been tapped by over 400,000 individuals and organizations, generating a rapidly growing, global data-set, and insight-based solutions to help transform how we work, lead and live. This culminates in his just-released book, Sparked - Discover Your Unique Imprint For Work That Makes You Come Alive. Enjoy the conversation... Running time: 1:03:21. Hello from beautiful Montreal. Subscribe over at Apple Podcasts. Please visit and leave comments on the blog - Six Pixels of Separation. Feel free to connect to me directly on Facebook here: Mitch Joel on Facebook. or you can connect on LinkedIn. ...or on Twitter. Here is my conversation with Jonathan Fields. Sparked - Discover Your Unique Imprint For Work That Makes You Come Alive. Sparketypes. Good Life Project. How to Live A Good Life. Uncertainty. Follow Jonathan on LinkedIn. Follow Jonathan on Instagram. Follow Jonathan on Twitter. This week's music: David Usher 'St. Lawrence River'.
How do you effectively deploy thought leadership for an internal audience—especially when you have an audience of some 250,000 employees? Climbing that hill can feel like the summit of Mt. Everest - unless you have the right tools for the job! My guest today is Vishwas Anand. He's the Marketing and Communications Lead at the Infosys Knowledge Institute. The IKI helps industry leaders develop a deeper understanding of business and technology trends, and delivers compelling insights that change the game for savvy leaders. In today's episode, we're eager to talk to Vishwas about Infosys's insights store, and the way it's used to communicate insights deeply throughout the organization. The Infosys Insight Store is a platform employees can use to access hundreds of articles, podcasts, and videos, meticulously catalogued to make finding the right content simple. We also discuss ways to build alignment between the marketing, sales, and product functions of an org, and how to find opportunities to facilitate the flow of ideas within your organization. Many companies are still trying to measure the success of their thought leadership. Vishwas explains why vanity metrics such as "likes and shares" may not be as important as many think. In fact, they are often more of a distraction, and can guide you down the wrong road. Getting the right metrics means the difference between shouting into the void - and making the most of your thought leadership. If you want to spread thought leadership content through your organization, but struggle to make it accessible and to reach those who need it most, this episode will give you the tools you need to reach the top of the mountain! Three Key Takeaways: The key to making a thought leadership library useful is to create a system that allows users to find the content they need with speed and ease. When creating thought leadership for a sub-brand, you need to ensure it has synergy with the parent brand in order to avoid confusion. Authenticity, Accuracy, and Agility are the three "A's" of thought leadership.
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Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. About Jurgen Appelo Jurgen describes himself as “the creative networker”. But sometimes he's a writer, speaker, trainer, entrepreneur, illustrator, manager, blogger, reader, dreamer, leader, freethinker, or… Dutch guy. Inc.com has called him a Top 50 Leadership Expert and a Top 100 Leadership Speaker. He's also one of the most influential Agilists, thanks to his work on Agile Management with his book Management 3.0
You and I complain a lot, and rightly so, but we do of course have a positive program. I asked David Stockman, who was director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Reagan Administration, to outline what specifically we should do if the political winds ever shifted seriously in our direction.
If a child, family member or friend was in an accident tomorrow or had an organ failure, there's a good chance United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) can help find a donor with the necessary attributes. Donated organs are managed nationally by UNOS. Their system for finding and tracking available donor organs and matching them […]
It's Friday afternoon and that can only mean that we've got a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help you finish off your week and make sense of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we talked about the latest news from training camp, the Josh Archibald conundrum, Ask the Idiots, and a whole lot more. Kicking off this week's podcast, we jumped in with a look at the Oilers roster and specifically who will be feeling the most pressure as we head into the 2021-22 season. Whether it's the goaltending or the defence or the forwards, there is a handful of guys that are likely feeling the heat to perform as we head into a new season, and it was interesting to hear everyone's takes on who has the most on their shoulders. From there, we looked at what's going on at training camp, including the absence of a few players for varying reasons from quarantines to lack of vaccination. Since we were talking about missing time, I asked the boys how big of a deal it is for a player like Duncan Keith to miss the first week of camp as he is still in quarantine after returning home from the States where he got the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Changing gears, how could I not spend a few minutes talking about Peter Chiarelli landing a new gig with the St. Louis Blues despite a horrific track record with the Edmonton Oilers when he was last employed. Does the NHL need a little more depth in their talent pool when it comes to management? Lastly, we wrapped up this week's podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and a look back on the ups and downs from the last seven days.
“We are much stronger together than we are apart.”- Gigi HylandThank you for tuning in to episode 120 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by our friends at CUES. CUES is the leading talent development solutions provider to the credit union industry.My guest on today's show is Gigi Hyland, Executive Director of The National Credit Union Foundation and no stranger to the podcast! We chat about being intentional and how leaders can refocus on their “why.” Gigi shares how she maintains purpose both personally and professionally and the importance of showing up for people where they need us the most. We talk about intentionality and the power credit unions have to help members experience financial well-being. Gigi shares that leaders must be mindful that we all have different realities, and in order to best serve members we have to slow down and listen. She believes that we can use this global crisis to return back to our “why.”Gigi and I also chat about her career journey and the many leadership lessons she's learned along the way. She believes there is no one way to be a leader, and it takes a vulnerable leader to push a team forward. We discuss her introduction to credit unions through her career in law and her transition from the NCUA to The Foundation. As we wrap up the show, we learn that Gigi enjoys nature and is an avid “birder.” Although the pandemic has been challenging, she is grateful for the opportunity to spend more time with her family and discover new skills. Listen in as Gigi describes her recent and most exciting purchase and shares encouragement in moving forward with intention as an industry. Enjoy my conversation with Gigi Hyland! Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Gigi:Gigi Hyland, Executive Director of The National Credit Union Foundationghyland@ncuf.coopwww.ncuf.coop LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube
This week on the podcast, Dan discusses an improvement to the Navigator, and emailing BI Publisher report. Then Kyle and Dan discuss why you should have a management platform for your PeopleSoft servers. Show Notes Updated Look and Feel in HR Image 39 @ 3:00 Pin folders in the Navigator @ 8:45 BI Publisher Process Run To Output Type Of Email Is Not Distributed To Email @ 17:45 Management Platforms for PeopleSoft Servers @ 25:30 Rundeck OCI Node Plugin Puppet Enterprise Puppet Bolt Ansible Tower AWX - Open Source Tower Foreman Jenkins Windows Admin Center Oracle Cloud Run Commands Oracle Enterprise Manager PeopleSoft OEM Plugin
Jason L. Jeffries currently serves as Senior Vice President in the Enterprise Technology Strategic Services group within Truist Financial Corporation, formerly known as Suntrust. He is responsible for designing the Technology workforce strategy for technology teammates and contingent workers. Prior to this role, he's held several leadership positions including leading technology governance practices and collateral management practices for the corporate investment bank. Jason also serves as the Communications and Engagement lead within the Generations Business Resource Groups' Enterprise Committee where he focuses on launching diverse programing aimed at shifting organizational culture and equipping teammates with tools for deepening relationships across the generations. He earned a B.B.A. in Finance and an M.A. in Economics from Western Illinois University. Additionally, he holds an M.B.A. in Finance from the Keller Graduate School of Management. In this episode, he shares: How he transitioned from the financial side of banking to the people management side The significance of business resource groups (also known as employee resource groups) in an organization's culture and how participating in them has the potential to open doors to new career opportunities How stretch assignments can benefit your career in the long run His philosophy of “marking the perfect leader” that will help steer your career How to determine the difference between advice and projections Also mentioned in this episode is this article naming Chicago as the second most beautiful city in the world. Connect with Jason on Instagram! ---------- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my monthly note on all things! You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... Email: email@example.com Website: jetaundavis.com Instagram: @JourneyJupiter Twitter: @JourneyJupiter Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Produced by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop
Across the automotive aftermarket, shop owners and distributors alike continue to grapple with one huge challenge. You've guessed it: labor. More specifically for shops, a technician shortage. We know, we know -- this isn't news to you. However, since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, some shops are going about recruiting and retaining employees a bit differently. In this episode of What's Treading with Tire Review, our 2021 Top Shop Winner and Finalists are here to tell you how they're doing just that. We caught up with our 2021 Top Shops at our Top Shop Event in Nashville, Tennessee in August, where we delved into a myriad of topics around shop operations and productivity. In this episode: - Jake and Jason Burt, two of the five partners of Burt Brothers Tire & Service, share how they've created more flexible schedules and career pathways for their employees at their 16-location dealership in Salt Lake City, Utah. [1:30]- Laura Telle, vice president and chief people officer at Telle Tire & Auto Centers, describes how the dealership offers different levels of training for service advisors and technicians for advancement in the company. [3:40]- Scott Williams, partner and vice president of marketing and brand management for Lex Brodie's Tire, Brake and Service Co., explains how the five-location dealership in Honolulu, Hawaii created its own in-house university and details the process the business goes through to nurture good employees. [5:55]- Mark Rhodes, co-owner of Plaza Tire Service, explains how trust in his shop managers has proved to help the business grow and succeed. [8:25]Listen here or subscribe to What's Treading with Tire Review on:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-treading-with-tire-review/id1470309726Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1GA3lp6AFo7V7EEG5awHaEGoogle Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iv76bs6re7unom4p76myj3cakhmSpreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/what-s-treading-with-tire-reviewYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rYE1NOtnlw&list=PLVkqUUE022sdAVQ6DuHU8cxd3FS2ni9vA
Eric Bass, MD, MPH, is our guest this week for another installment of the Faculty Factory Podcast. Dr. Bass is interviewed about the habits, hacks, and hints he has implemented over the years in his successful and accomplished career in academic medicine. Dr. Bass is a general internist and Professor with Johns Hopkins Medicine. He holds a joint appointment in the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the Department of Health Policy and Management, and Epidemiology. Dr. Bass also serves as Director of the Johns Hopkins Evidence-based Practice Center.
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Meeting peers and other professionals can jump-start your job search or help fill out your contacts list, but many professionals find networking distasteful. Management consultant Dorie Clark joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss why networking makes some people feel "dirty," and how they can overcome their reluctance to do it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I will never forget being a member of the best team that I have ever been a part of, and then the pleasure of when I had built great teams myself. They were not only places of challenge but also great warmth and exceptional results. My guest, Aaron Schmookler, also loves creating and helping his clients to build amazing teams. When I spoke to Aaron I really enjoyed his different take on teams and his perspectives on creating a clear cultural operating system and wanted to introduce his thinking to you. Aaron Schmookler works with business leaders who believe that their people are their greatest asset. He supports them to build structures, habits, and mindsets that support an enduring collaboration culture so their companies profit and attract top talent, and so their people find fulfilment and reasons to stay. He combines his experience from the world of outdoor leadership, theatre direction and business to help an exceptional client list. Join us as we explore ‘teamification' and helping you to become a catalyst for building great teams with exceptional performance and loyalty.
Joining Ron and Ed this week is two-time Guest Joe Woodard. Joe's vision is to transform small businesses through small business advisors. In the service of that vision, he and his team educate, coach, provide resources and build communities for small business advisors, with the overarching goal of empowering them to play a powerful, high-impact advisory role with their clients.
Hugo Manoukian, président de MoovOne, était l'invité de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce vendredi 24 septembre. Il est revenu sur le principe et les enjeux du coaching professionnel et sur le rachat de sa start-up par CoachHub sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
This is an episode for The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR. Judith Germain hosts this radio show, and her guest today is Astrid Davies where they discuss Management 101. Astrid has an interesting divergent view on management and how it relates to leadership. Astrid is an executive and team coach and fellow Maverick, supporting her clients to find clarity, focus and a real drive for success. They have an interesting conversation where Astrid shares her leadership story and lessons learnt and surprises Judith with questions on Maverick Leadership that she has been pondering. If you wish to listen to The Maverick Paradox @KLDR as the episodes are broadcasted then visit the Facebook Page for more info: https://www.facebook.com/KLDROnline Judith's websites: The Maverick Paradox Magazine - themaverickparadox.com Company Website - maverickparadox.co.uk Judith's LinkedIn profile is here, her Twitter profile (MaverickMastery) is here, Facebook here and Instagram here.
Dr. Kengia Sabree holds a B.S. degree in Health Information Management from DeVry University, an M.S. degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Walden University, and completed her doctoral coursework in Higher Education Leadership and Management at Capella University in 2020. She also earned her RHIT in 2008, superseding it with the RHIA in 2010. Kengia is originally from "Da Bronx", but moved to Tampa in 2009. Over the years, she has held numerous leadership positions in Health Information Management in several hospitals throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Kengia transitioned into education as an Adjunct instructor for a Health Information Technology program in 2011 and has been teaching ever since. Kengia found her passion for teaching, mentoring, and helping HIM students and professionals alike, earn their certification and begin their journey in HIM. Dr. Kengia Sabree on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kengia-sabree-rhia/ The Qualified: https://the-qualified.com/ Brian Cui on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/briancui/ Check out our supporting Medical Coding Geek Partners: https://medicalcodinggeek.com/partners Medical Coding Geek and NEC Podcast on Social Media https://facebook.com/medcodinggeek https://facebook.com/necpodcast https://instagram.com/medcodinggeek https://instagram.com/necpodcast https://tiktok.com/@medcodinggeek Watch this episode on the NEC Podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKh_A91__rieaSSPIRm4gBw Subscribe to Medical Coding Geek on YouTube: https://youtube.com/MedicalCodingGeekVideos Medical Coding Geek Facebook Groups: https://facebook.com/medcodinggeek/groups
Episode 77: Attracting and Recruiting Talent for a Crisis Management Company This week on the podcast, Vanessa sits down with one of the key behind-the-scenes players at her company to talk about attracting and recruiting talent for a crisis management company. Her guest is Venus Arthur, Asfalis's director of administration. Venus has a master's in accounting and financial management and spent many years as an independent financial analyst and tax accountant. She plays a key role in hiring and recruitment at Asfalis. In their conversation, Vanessa and Venus talk about what Asfalis looks for in seeking new talent (the company is hiring, Vanessa says). They also give advice to applicants seeking positions in crisis management and companies that are recruiting CM staff. Key points include: • Good interview etiquette is critical, even for remote interviews, says Venus. Applicants should research the company ahead of time, make sure their technology works, be on time, and send a prompt thank you message to the interviewer afterward. • In seeking talent for Asfalis, Venus looks for “strong, confident people who can think quickly during a crisis and develop a plan to stop the ship from sinking.” • One of the best ways companies can mitigate the risks of hiring the wrong person, says Vanessa, is by honing in on their core values throughout the recruiting process. Venus also explains why Microsoft Excel is her “happy place” and Vanessa talks about the high cost to Asfalis of her biggest hiring mistake. Vanessa also reveals the secret, patented “airport test” she uses to evaluate potential new hires. LINKS Disaster Recovery Journal: • Register for DRJ's weekly (Wednesday) webinar series at https://drj.com/webinars/up-coming/. • Register for DRJ Fall 2021: A Virtual Experience at https://drj.com/fall2021/virtual/. Connect with the podcast! • Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org • Podcast Website: https://drj.com/decoded/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/BRDecoded • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/business-resilience-decoded/ Venus Arthur, guest Venus Arthur is the Director of Administration at Asfalis Advisors. A resident of the Atlanta area, Venus has graduate degrees in finance and accounting from the Keller Graduate School of Management at DeVry University. Before joining Asfalis, she worked as an independent accountant and financial analyst managing budgets for municipal governments and preparing tax returns for individuals and businesses. She plays a key role in hiring at Asfalis and describes herself as “an introvert who loves people.” LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/venus-arthur-b53388208 Vanessa Mathews, host Vanessa Mathews is the founder and chief resilience officer of Asfalis Advisors, where they are focused on protecting the legacy of the leaders they serve through business resilience. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Mathews developed global crisis management and business continuity programs for government and private sector organizations to include Lowe's Companies, Gulfstream Aerospace, and the Department of Homeland Security. • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessa-vaughn-mathews-mba-cbcp-70916b4b/ • Book Mathews as a speaker: https://www.asfalisadvisors.com/public-speaking/ • Asfalis Advisors: https://www.asfalisadvisors.com/ Jon Seals, producer Jon Seals is the editor in chief at Disaster Recovery Journal, the leading magazine/event in business continuity. Seals is an award-winning journalist with a background in publication design, business media, content management, sports journalism, social media, and podcasting. • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonseals/ • Disaster Recovery Journal: https://drj.com/
On this week's episode of the Stansberry Investor Hour, Dan invites an incredibly special guest onto the show... He's a man who's launched over 1,000 new products, acquired dozens of businesses, and employed thousands of people... In a way, he's largely responsible for helping Dan get to where he is today... His biggest claim to fame is founding Agora Financial, now the largest independent research network on the planet... The one and only Bill Bonner. For those of you that don't know, Bill was the one who interviewed Dan, way back in November of 1997, when he first set out to become a financial analyst... The two kick off the conversation like old friends, recounting tales from the old days, and catching up on what's new in life... But the conversation turns gravely serious when Dan gets Bill's take on some major developments happening in the world right now... The two discuss the fast-developing Evergrande debt crisis, the rising inflation we're seeing just about everywhere, and where we might see societal upheaval flare up next... Bill explains what this all means for investors, and gives the listeners some key advice on how to protect yourself from that worst-case scenario... If you're concerned about what's going on in America today, it's a conversation you do not want to miss... You can listen to Dan's full conversation with Bill and much more in this week's episode.
College life is full of classes, homework, assignments, friends, events, a lot of things begging for our time, right? We only have 24 hours or 1440 minutes or 86,400 seconds in one day. Wow, that's a lot of time! Our list of things to do can surely be completed one by one, right? Well, maybe...welcome back to part 2 of the keep calm and study on series. Part one was all about email etiquette, part 2 is all about twelve time management tips to help you manage your life as a student and still have a social life, part 3 will be released on Friday where I will share some tips to prep for tests just in time for the midterm season. So without further delay, cause we only have so many minutes in a day - let's jump right into some time management tips. Show notes can be found here: https://www.sfecich.com/post/twelve-time-management-tipsIf you are loving this episode, please tag me @SFecich on social media and share! Check out the books EduMagic: A Guide for Preservice Teachers, EduMagic Shine On: A Guide for New Teachers, and get your semester ready with the EduMagic Future Teacher Digital planner. Want to get started with your digital portfolio? Check out this self-paced, digital, mini-course digital portfolio from scratch in one week or less. Find these and more resources for future teachers at www.sfecich.com. Remember you have the #EduMagic in YOU!
How can we increase revenue from existing accounts? We've talked about referrals, and increasing the price, however, we may have left out some important techniques and strategies. Which is why we are joined today with another special guest, Victor Antonio. Join us as, Bill and I and Victor Antonio discuss Mastering the Upsell and other great ideas on episode 478 of the Winning at Selling Podcast.
Dr Ian Krop from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston discusses recently published and emerging research on the treatment of HER2-low breast cancer. CME information and select publications here (http://www.researchtopractice.com/OncologyTodayHER2LowBC21).
Listen to James Cridland and Sam SethiGUESTS:- Richard Kramer - Arete Research- Bruce Supovitz - Nielsen- Arica McKinnon - NielsenSHOW NOTES: 1. Edison Research - whilst podcast listening has grown, 44% of US Latinos haven't yet listened to a podcast.2. Triton Digital - US Podcasting Report for August. Downloads are up 11% from July, as the Apple bugfix rolled out. Stitcher is #1 for podcasts.3. The New York Times - Cuban podcasts are booming 4. Interview: Nielsen released their 'Podcasting Today' Report.5. WARC Research - 31% of consumer media consumption is now audio - but only 8.8% of the average media advertising budget is allocated to audio, says new research from6. Apple's iOS 15 is here 7. eMarketer suggests that Spotify will overtake Apple Podcasts8. Interview: Richard Kramer says Spotify exclusives don't work and they need to change their management.9. The History of British podcasting10. Podcast Index - Phase 3 is closed (1st June 2021) and Phase 4 is now open (closes on 1st Dec 2021). One tag we discuss is the new namespace tag.EVENTS: 11. Podcastfestival 2021: Sep 23 · Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands12. Trade Secrets with the multi-award-winning team – Performing Artist and Podcaster George the Poet & Producer Benbrick: Sep 29 · Virtual13. She Podcasts LIVE 2021: Oct 14 · Scottsdale, Arizona, USA14. The Ambies are open. #podcast #marketing #events #events #ios #podland
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Michele Wucker, author of The Gray Rhino and You Are What You Risk, explains the origin of the concept of gray rhino and how to use it to improve decision making. Michelle Wucker also shares how to spot a gray rhino and strategies for dealing with grey rhinos by applying her 5-stage framework. Michele also goes into the logic behind risk-taking and the necessity of understanding and assessing risk better as individuals and organizations based on her new book, You Are What You Risk. Some highlights:-How the financial crises in Argentina and Greece inspired The Gray Rhino- Two very different yet essential concepts in understanding and assessing risk: How a Gray Rhino differs from a Black Swan- The 5-stage framework when dealing with a gray rhino- Why The Gray Rhino was more successful in China than in the U.S. and how it inspired Michele Wucker's book, You Are What You Risk.- What a Risk Fingerprint is and how you can gain a better understanding of yourself and others through the risk fingerprint - Annie Edson Taylor's story and the impact of a risk profile on decision making- The Gray Rhinos of today: Inequality, Financial Fragilities, and Climate Change Mentioned in this episode:-Nassim Nicholas Taleb, essayist, and author of The Black Swan-Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, psychiatrist and author-Geoff Trickey, managing director at Psychological Consultancy-Annie Edson Taylor, the first person to survive a trip over Niagara Falls in a barrel-Lisa MacCallum, founder of Inspired CompaniesBook Recommendations:The Gray Rhino by Michele WuckerYou Are What You Risk by Michele Wucker Connect with Michele Wucker:The Gray Rhino WebsiteMichele Wucker's WebsiteMichele Wucker on TwitterMichele Wucker on LinkedIn Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
This Week's Panel - Big Ell, KooshMoose, FuFuCuddilyPoof, Ahayzo This Week's Topic - Would you rather have lots of free time to play games but can only buy 1-2 games a year or the ability to buy loads of games but never have much time to devote to them? - RetroChief We welcome patron Ahayzo to the podcast! Where did he get his gamertag and what exactly does he do for Trueachievements.com? Ahayzo talked some Dragon Age and brought us up to speed on the the trilogy. Nate played Conga Master as we waxed nostalgic about...a Gamecube game? Ell channeled his inner Mortal Kombat as he played Get Over Here, but this game isn't like MK at all! We talked about games coming....real soon, discussed the new TA Contest, had the longest outro ever, and named the episode 12 times. Genre'lly speaking - Matrarch and Elroy think outside the box. Which box? The same dang box that TA thought outside of when they came up with this genre's description. Is it simulation? Management? Open world? What the heck is sandbox? Find out in this edition of Genre'lly speaking! (1:45:05) Waka's Weird Wonders - This week Wakapeil jumps into the game Space Jam A New Legacy the Game. (2:30:56) Games Showcase: Conga Master Dragon Age: Inquisition Get Over Here AH101 Podcast Show Links - https://tinyurl.com/AH101Links Intro music provided by Exe the Hero. Check out his band Window of Opportunity on Facebook and YouTube
Enfant des Hautes-Pyrénées, Marc grandit dans une famille d'agriculteurs du village de Tournay ou il chausse d'ailleurs ses premiers crampons. Pur produit de la filière fédérale, il est sélectionné dans toutes les équipes de France jeune et effectue ses débuts professionnels en 2003 au sein d'un Biarritz Olympique alors sommet de son art. Il y remporte d'ailleurs le Bouclier de Brennus en 2005 et 2006. Il parcourt ensuite les 5km qui le séparent du stade Jean Dauger pour écrire le plus beau chapitre de sa carrière. Il passe 7 saisons à l'Aviron Bayonnais, devenant même le capitaine d'une équipe qui faisait corps avec sa ville et son peuple ! Les histoires d'amour finissant mal en général, il est mis au ban par le nouveau duo d'entraineurs en 2013. Guidé par ses amitiés, il relève alors un nouveau défi et rejoint le club de Béziers, y passant 2 saisons, avant de filer à Agen ou il tirera sa révérence en 2017. Après avoir baigné pendant plus de 30 ans dans le rugby, Marc est aujourd'hui magnifiquement reconverti dans les assurances puisqu'il est à la tête d'un cabinet florissant en plein centre-ville de Tarbes. Passionné et souvent excessif, c'est un besogneux qui a besoin d'être actif pour se sentir vivant. Il n'en oublie pour autant pas sa famille à laquelle il est extrêmement lié. C'était vraiment super de passer ce moment en compagnie de Marc. C'est quelqu'un de très nature et qui attache une grande importance à la parole donnée.
American roach eggs at a commercial facility bathroo, on today's edition. American roach feces are often confused with mice feces or rodent feces. A roach infestation is clearly evident in this bathroom. It just shows that a pest control professional is always on duty if even he is off duty. #pestcontroltraining #pestcontrol #pestcontrolservice #pest #termitecontrol… The post Even When He Is Off Duty, An Integrated Pest Control Management Professional Is Always On Duty: Here's Why. appeared first on Pest Geek Pest Control Podcast .
Dr Julia Lloyd visits the studio as we consider rapid recognition and first-hour management of pediatric sepsis. All who treat children must recognize this life-threatening condition and stand ready to intervene quickly. Tune in to learn how!
In this episode of Two Bees in a Podcast, released on September 22nd, 2021, we are joined by Reed Johnson, Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University, to discuss honey bee toxicology. In the 5 Minute Management segment, Jamie and Amy discuss honey bee pest management, focusing on insects. This episode is ended with a Q&A segment.
Live music gives weddings big energy and meets the moment by elevating everything. It has the power to impact your guests in a way they will enjoy and experience a variety of emotions with. When Stephen and Kevin got married they knew live music would be a huge part of their wedding day. For this reason they decided to include a cello trio, a 16 piece orchestra including vocalists, a saxophonist, and a wedding band that sang a large majority of Whitney Houston songs. They wrapped the night with a DJ, giving their guests and themselves the best of all words. Christy connects with Stephen and Kevin as they share what they learned from the experience and what you can do to experience something as dynamic on your wedding day. About the Couple Stephen Lawrence currently serves as the manager and violinist of the Piedmont Strings Quartet and has performed for 100's of weddings since he was 16 years old. Stephen also serves as the Director of Orchestral Activities and Department Chair at North Atlanta High School's Fine and Performing Arts Department and on the Atlanta Public Schools Arts Resource Team as the District Orchestra Lead. Kevin Carroll currently serves in a Senior position for an international auditing and accounting firm and is the creator of Carroll Candle Co. and Carroll Real Estate Investments in St. Louis, MO. Kevin is a veteran of the United States Air Force where he earned his Bachelor's degree at Park University in Human Resources with an emphasis in Finance and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. Big Takeaways * Through Covid, and having to reschedule, the number of guests changed from about 120 to 80. * The guest list was definitely different than initially imagined, but it was okay, because everyone that did make it was there to party and have a great time. * Live music was such an important part of the equation, especially for Stephen, that they didn't even want to really consider recorded music. * They went for the wow factor. * Live music from the moment you walked into the space. * Musicians and DJs don't want a full list of every song they have to play in exact order. They were able to set particular songs for particular moments of the day, and then the musicians had free range to work within the set parameters/mood. * When you are looking for your musicians and choices of certain songs, make sure you go on YouTube and find a version played by strings and see if you actually like it. Sometimes, the song just doesn't sound good with a string quartet or sung in the style of the musician you have. It helps to have an idea of what you are going to get. * If you are hiring someone to be the expert on something, let them be. * Use the music to set the tone of the wedding. * Just because your friend is a great singer, or guitarist, or etc, doesn't mean they are trained or able to perform in the wedding space. If you want to hire a friend, and a professional group, you will need a rehearsal. * Best Practices: 1. Choose a performing group that is cohesive with your music style. 2. Be clear about your expectations and allow the musicians to speak on what is comfortable to them. 3. Consider your audience/guests. 4. Find music that speaks to you both. 5. Consider the number of songs you would like to include during the ceremony 6. Considering timeline: build in time for the musicians to set-up and sound check. 7. LOCATION: if your wedding is outdoors or has outdoor elements that you plan the live musicians to use, have a plan b location. Avoid direct sunlight or precipitation. Consider amplification and the way sound travels. Links We Referenced instagram.com/sandkforeverandaday (https://www.instagram.com/sandkforeverandaday/) piedmontstrings.com (https://www.piedmontstrings.com) instagram.com/carrollcandleco (https://www.instagram.com/carrollcandleco/) Quotes “We had a celebrity saxophonist there, and he put on a whole show.” - Stephen “The quartet and the orchestra were making sure they were playing music that people would enjoy. We're just about to have Bach.” - Kevin “Our wedding planner, Chris, he was like, ‘we have to always play around with the five senses for every part of the wedding.'” - Stephen “Make sure you have fun at your wedding. Have fun. Please. When the day comes, leave it to your planner or whoever you have in charge, and enjoy the day. And actually become the people that the day is for.” - Kevin Plan your wedding using The Big Wedding Planning Master Class (https://www.thebigweddingplanningmasterclass.com/). A self-paced digital course created with love for you by Christy & Michelle. The Big Wedding Planning Podcast is... * Hosted and produced by Christy Matthews and Michelle Martinez. * Edited by Veronica Gruba. * Music by Steph Altman of Mophonics (https://www.mophonics.com/). * On Instagram @thebigweddingplanningpodcast and be sure to use #planthatwedding when posting, so you can get our attention! * Inviting you to become part of our Facebook Group! Join us and our amazing members. Just search for The Big Wedding Planning Podcast Community on Facebook. * Easy to get in touch with. Email us at email@example.com or Call and leave a message at 415-723-1625 and you might hear your voice on an episode * On Patreon. 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Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Tara Thiagarajan, Chairman and Managing Director of Madura, a microfinance organization with operations in 8000 villages across India and a data-driven strategy. She's also the founder and CEO of Sapien Labs, a non-profit dedicated to planting global neurotech ecosystems and large-scale datasets across the globe. Her scientific work focuses on new analytic approaches to brain signals and the impact of modernization and technology on the human brain. She graduated from Stanford University with a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, a B.A. in Mathematics from Brandeis University, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management. Tune in to find out more on this!
What's the best and worst way in being a passive investor? In today's episode, we're going to dive into them! Randy Langenderfer is the President of Invest Ark Property focusing on creating investor value and passive income returns for busy professionals. He has been in the multifamily real estate since 2014 as both a general partner and key principal in 250 doors, and a limited partner over 4000 doors. Invest Ark offers the busy professional who wants to include multifamily in their portfolio the opportunity to partner with experts who are aligned with their investment goals.[00:01 - 04:52] Opening SegmentLet's get to know today's guest, Randy LangenderferBeginning as a hard money lender 250 doors, 4000 doors, and more investments[04:53 - 12:00] Passive Investor HacksAs an LP: What went right, what went wrongStart meetups!Where are we in the market cycle?Why you should focus on operationsBe an active-passive investor[12:01 - 21:10] A Passive Investor ViewRandy talks about real estate from the passive investor's viewThe Sponsor's History of Getting the K-1 Out“You want to be prepared.”Joint venturing and outsourcing in future[21:11 - 24:06] Final Four SegmentWhat Randy would invest in with only $20,000 Find a networkHow Randy would help in a real estate mistakeThe speculationRandy's way to make the world a better placePersistenceReach out to our guest - see links below Final wordsTweetable Quotes“I really try to encourage passive investors to develop their own strategy.” - Randy Langenderfer“It's really about velocity and volume.” - Randy Langenderfer“Educate yourself. Education builds your investment strategy.” - Randy Langenderfer-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with Randy Langenderfer through firstname.lastname@example.org and LinkedIn. Visit his website www.invest-ark.com and get tips on how to better scale your passive investing!Connect with me:I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. FacebookLinkedInLike, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in!Email me → email@example.com
Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast. Today, our guest is Muddu Sudhakar. He is a successful entrepreneur, executive, and investor. He is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Aisera, the industry's first proactive, personalized, and predictive AI Service Management solution that is purpose-built to automate tasks and actions for IT, HR, Facilities, and Customer Service. Muddu has vast product, technology, GTM experience, and knowledge on enterprise markets such as Cloud, SaaS, AI/Machine learning, and many more. He brings strong operating experience as the CEO of multiple startups and public companies. And is also widely published in industry journals and conference proceedings and owns more than 40 patents. To know more about how Aisera is transforming business interactions, listen to this episode! You will learn a lot!
Today we have Deborah Smith-Pressley. She is a Bostonian who loves her community and is always giving back to others. She is a wife, mother of two, teacher, community activist, and entrepreneur. Deborah holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education from Northeastern University and a Master of Education & Management from Cambridge College. In 2005, she founded the Garrett Pressley Autism Resource Center, GPARC a 501(c) 3 non-profit grassroots organization after her son, Garrett who was diagnosed with autism at the age of five. Learn more about Mrs Debroah Smith-Pressley: www.CelesteTheTherapist.com/episode-325-there-is-always-room-for-improvement-w/deborah-smith-pressley Check out her website: www.gpautismresourcecenter.org Follow on Facebook: @TheGarrettPressleyAutismResourceCenter Visit Celeste's Amazon Store for all the books mentioned on the podcast! www.amazon.com/shop/celestethetherapist Stay Connected Is there a topic you'd like covered, have questions or would like to discuss podcast sponsorship, Submit your request here: celestethetherapist.com/stay-connected Love what Celeste is doing and want to support the show? Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CelesteTheTherapist Click here to leave me a rating for my podcast on apple podcast: The hashtag for the podcast is #ShiftingTheWayYouThink Make sure to follow us on social media: Twitter: @CelesteTheTherapist Instagram: @CelesteTheTherapist Facebook: @CelesteViciereLMHC Youtube: @CelesteTheTherapist
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END*In this episode, Gerry welcomes Elon University Director of Sports Performance, Nick DiMarco.Nick and Gerry jump right into the current state of conditioning and conditioning tests in the professional sports world, particularly addressing some of the summer headlines created from the conditioning done by the New York Giants.The conversation talks about ways to improve knowledge of the needs and demands of a sport and finding better conditioning protocol and how coaches can improve the effectiveness of the tests they use with their athletes.From there, the conversation turns to plyometrics, specifically high depth jumps for maximal strength benefit. Nick discusses the benefits he has seen in using these with his athletes and why you SHOULD not be afraid of "dangers," of high drops off heights.All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Episode Timestamps4:00 - Conditioning in Football & Injuries9:20 - Nick's Thoughts on 110 Sprints14:20 - Conditioning in Baseball16:15 - Lack of Understanding of Correct Conditioning in the Industry23:00 - Getting Athletes to Realize the Correct Way to Do Things31:00 - Benchmarks and Indicators You Can Use to Analyze Successes as a Strength Coach35:40 - Plyometrics and Depth Jumps40:50 - Tracking and Making Conclusions Based on Jumps47:20 - Nick's Final ThoughtsSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)