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On the 37th episode of “That's Nifty” and the season 3 finale, we have KidEight back on to catch up on the last 4 months. Onboarded to SuperRare, 8888 generative G'EVOLs, and an upcoming Nifty Gateway drop. Later in the episode Denzuul joins us to KidEight's surprise. Turns out we forced their first face to face meeting, and it was magical. Ignore some audio issues, Kid's obnoxious pumpkin jacket makes some rustling here and there LOL. #DNKidEight Part 2Twitter: @_KidEightDiscord: discord.gg/syWK8ugGFHTopics:Loyalty Pays, Being Transparent, Sales on SuperRare, GEVOLS Hold strong, Missing HEN, Managing a Large Scale Project, GEVOL Drop Day, Meelo the Caretaker, Evol Art Competition, “Fucking with my mental”, Creating the Blueprint, Collabs: Fellaz and Boiz, Girl Bosses, Nifty Gateway Drop, Choosing format and pricing, Statement piece for NG, Allowing for my time in the creative process, TillaVision and Antoni Tudisco, Music Collab Alpha, DN – Goteeeeem, Discord Stories, Merch Capsule: EVOL Couture, Denzuul Zoombombs, Face reveals – Denny is FIT, 69 KidEight jpegs and countingMentions:@xsullo @33NFT @SuperRare @KnownOrigin_io @artoninternet @Denzuul @Deadfellaznft @GEVOLsNFT @MeeloArt @Defacedstudio @iamlirona @BOIZ_COLLECTION @punk4156 @karsendaily @psych_nft @betty_nft @niftygateway @tillavision @antonitudisco @emojigrillz @billelis @ShowPencil
Today we interviewed Brant Cooper, author of the newly released book Disruption Proof. Brant suggests in a time of continuous disruption, we must spend more of our time innovating in what he calls “exploration mode”. Leaders need to be more open to trying things out, experimenting, exploring and finding solutions to near-term ever-changing problems. As companies innovate, they must work towards building a “RAD” organization (Resilient, Aware, Dynamic) so that they can empower their teams, and create an organization that embraces uncertainty and agility. In a post-pandemic era leaders need to rethink their roles. Instead of thinking about a five or 10 year horizon, leaders must empower their teams to deal with uncertainty and solve near term problems. This approach allows leaders and teams to be exceptionally skilled to Team Anywhere. Why are Leaders having such a Hard Time Accepting a Hybrid Style of Work?Many leaders are still using an Industrial Age mindset, one that believes the leader should know all the answers. This outdated mindset focuses on a centralized, top-down decision making style that causes leaders to think are the only ones responsible for solving the problems. Today, COVID has increased uncertainty in business at astronomical levels and the way of doing business is now radically different. Today, successful companies are depending on their front line teams to be heavily involved in both making decisions and implementing change. This approach is completely opposite to what many executives and leaders understand, but this is where true transformation happens. Embracing Uncertainty Requires More Time in Exploration ModeExecutives and leaders need to step out of their mid or long-term outlook to spend more time exploring near-term problems. Your leaders can't buy into a long-term vision if they are crippled by current issues. In order to do this, leaders and executives need to step into more exploration work. In the pre COVID era, work and leadership was centered around certainty. An average team would roughly spend 95% of their time in execution mode and 5% of the time in exploration mode. This worked in the pre-COVID era, but with so much uncertainty now, this approach no longer works. Today, leaders need to spend more time in exploration mode and use their innovative mindset to be able to solve near-term challenges.The Shift from Managing to Empowering When leaders rely on their teams to find solutions, they empower their teams. This gives the leader more space and time to remove obstacles in the way of the team. When teams are empowered to exercise their intelligence and their creativity, they are more engaged, enjoy their job, and look forward to coming to work. Leaders can begin to empower their teams by trusting them to solve problems that are low risk and create near term impact. Empowering teams in this way helps the teams demonstrate their ability to solve those problems. 5 Elements of A Disruption-Proof BusinessTo build a Disruption proof Business, Brant explains that it's important to build a RAD Organization (Resilient, Aware and Dynamic). A RAD organization is much like a palm tree that bends as it weathers a storm but doesn't break. RAD organizations are flexible and strong. These organizations continuously gather data, collate themes, formulate external and internal trends, expand perceptions, and transfer this dynamic knowledge into strategic planning and everyday work. These organizations are able to quickly change based upon that new information. 1. Empathy2. Exploration3. Evidence4. Equilibrium5. Ethics
PCOS is a metabolic, endocrine, and reproductive disorder that impacts an estimated 5million people of reproductive age. Individualized care is needed for those experiencing PCOS to address concerns that range from infertility, low energy, and disordered eating to increased risks of type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea endometrial cancer, fatty liver disease, anxiety, and depression.Sam Abbott shares her experience as a registered dietitian nutritionist and creator of the PCOS Food Freedom Program as we learn to navigate this journey with clients and patients.For a condition that affects so many people of reproductive age, we see that it is underfunded and under-researched, which leads to a significant amount of conflicting information about it. Sam shares her insights into how we can best support our clients as they navigate their PCOS journey.Join us in conversation as we explore:~what PCOS is and is NOT~associated health risks related to pregnancy and beyond~supporting a variety of lived experiences with PCOS~combatting misinformation in PCOS management~political involvement in research challenges surrounding PCOS ~addressing PCOS nutrition while avoiding a weight-centric approach~how to support fertility desires with focus on decreasing insulin resistance & inflammation~setting reasonable expectation for postpartum recovery and lifelong PCOS journeySupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/yourbirthpartners)
Managing resources on the Moon is managing stuff – and there's no one better at keeping track of their stuff than Quartermaster Val Narváez. So when critical supplies on Base Epsilon go missing… Transcript here. Moonbase Theta, Out: ALL YOUR BASE is an eight-episode flashback miniseries that will dive into the day to day of life on the Moon before the shutdown, through the eyes – and voices – of all-new characters in each location! FEATURING: Rissa M. (she/her) as Quartermaster Val Narváez. Consortium announcer is Evan Tess Murray. Written and dialogue edited by D.J. Sylvis. Sound design by Cass McPhee. Produced by D.J. Sylvis and Cass McPhee. We wouldn't be here without our monthly supporters on Patreon, who also get weekly updates, behind the scenes info, and more - all for as little as a dollar a month! They're also getting access to every episode of All Your Base well before the rest of the world. So if you like what you're hearing and can't wait for more, join us today! Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp: http://www.ramp-music.net Cover art for the All Your Base series created by Aaron Lenk: https://bigsimplecomics.com Episode transcripts and more information: https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out Learn about our Network sponsors and other great shows: https://fableandfolly.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, I sat down with Nick Krol to chat about investing, debt management, sobriety, working out, and everything in between! I went on Nick's podcast a few weeks ago and we had such an awesome time chatting together, so this time around I got to ask him the questions! Turns out we have a very similar story of the last time we ever drank... If you want to learn about investing for beginners and how the mindset of managing debt ties to workout success, then you definitely won't want to miss this week's episode! Follow Nick on Instagram Follow his podcast Check out his clothing company, RN Fitness Listen to my episode on his podcast Interested in learning more about how to manifest or apply the law of attraction to your life? Make sure you hit the subscribe button so that you don't miss out on future content! All links are below! *************************** Click HERE to join the Philosophy of Fitness 21 Day Mindset Program! Use code "PHILOSOHY10" at checkout for 10% off: If you want to work with me one-on-one for nutrition coaching, click HERE! Shop my Amazon Storefront! Follow me on Instagram Find me on Facebook Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Stream the podcast on your favorite platform Full Podcast Playlist *************************** I am a NASM certified personal trainer, certified nutrition coach, indoor cycling instructor, mindset mentor, and lover of all things spiritual. I am here to help you level up physically, mentally, and spiritually. *Disclaimer: For entertainment purposes only. This does not take the place of medical diagnosis or legal advice. Any major decisions should be consulted by a professional. This does not take place of that.* #investingfordummies #fitnesspodcast #mindsetpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/philosophyoffitness/support
Welcome to sweets season! Are you feeling bombarded by candy, baked goods, and other goodies? There are so many choices - how are you managing your impulses? Do you need help? We do, too. Let's talk!Also, the Real WW Talk Stepbet Challenge is coming November 21 - December 25. Get the Stepbet app and use the game code 'RWW' to join and the Real WW Talk Holiday Hustle! Get info here: step.bet/zo7AhyMfZjbGet the Budget Bytes Vegan Peanut Stew recipe here.CONNECT WITH USInstagramFacebookYouTubeFIND US ON WW CONNECTCandice: @candigirl_08Erin: @erinsworldRikki: @radiantlyrikki
The Moneywise Guys Friday, October 22nd BE MONEYWISE. Moneywise Wealth Management I "The Moneywise Guys" podcast call: 661-463-8264 text in anytime: 661-396-1000 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.MoneywiseGuys.com Guest: Ed Gaede, Local Vietnam Veteran and Veteran Advocate www.kerncountywwiimemorial.com
July 2020, mid pandemic, the world was in turmoil and Nick Heather was about to receive news that would test his spirit, his character and his fight for life. Picture this, you're early 30s, prime of your life, no prior health issues and told by a doctor, you have a form of blood cancer, CML, chronic myeloid leukaemia. Managing that news was one thing but then shortly afterwards having run a few tests, the result comes back saying you also have ALL, acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and if you didn't present yourself to hospital when you did, you would have been be gone in 2 or 3 weeks. It is over a year since that diagnosis and I had a chance to sit with Nick over zoom and listen to his story in the hope to understand and learn more. Nick is known to his friends and colleagues as Mr. Positive and you'll hear how a positive and optimistic mindset helped him and his wife Cat navigate through a life changing journey of healing. He talks about surrounding himself with only positivity, he didn't allow any negativity in because for Nick, he was going to beat his cancer. But Nick needed help from others. He required bone marrow transplant, and little did he know that his wonderful sister Sarah-Jane would be a 100% match. On top of that what was unearth in the story is the power of kindness and being a good person to others. You'll hear how a remarkable act of kindness helped save Nick's life. Nick's love for his wife Cat is so evident and he describes how she is the most influential and inspiring person in his life. Through his long lasting friendships Nick's sign off through his treatment he continued to revert to one phrase "Keep your pecker up" This became the go to phrase and so much so, #KYPU is trending online and now Nick and his wife Cat have created a clothing brand where all proceeds go to charities. You can find out more about Nick and his clothing company KYPU at https://kypu.com.au/ or visit their Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/kypuclothing/
We unstack:- A day in the life of a DeFi market maker- Managing the risks of his DeFi farming portfolio - Differences in DeFi to CeFi arbitrage strategies- What determines resource allocation within trading firms to DeFi v. CeFi opportunities?- How to choose which DeFi pools to get intoFollow our GuestNibbio Trading (Twitter)Nibbio REKT (Twitter|Telegram) This episode is presented by CoinFLEX.CoinFLEX is the Home of Crypto Yield and committed to providing institutional and retail investors an easily accessible platform to earn and trade crypto. CoinFLEX creates innovative solutions to bring investors and markets together through simple and intuitive products such as flexUSD, the world's first interest-earning stablecoin, and AMM+, the most-capital efficient automated market maker in the world. Visit www.coinflex.com for more information. DISCLOSUREThe Crypto Unstacked Podcast is meant for informational purposes only and should not be considered as financial or investment advice. Nothing expressed in this podcast should be construed as a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement or offer to buy or sell any financial products. #Nibbio #CryptoUnstacked
This meditation connects us with a loved one who has past. The start of this meditation has us grounded and connected to the earth when a beautiful angelic being approaches and brings with them someone to help us heal. This meditation contains light music and sounds of nature. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jill-pape-lemke/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jill-pape-lemke/support
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear Amilya Antonetti interviewing Frederick Penney, a CA Injury Trial Lawyer, Managing partner at Penney and Associates. Entrepreneur, built multiple companies throughout the past 30 years!
In this episode of The Tyler Wagner Show with Roberta Matuson shares Managing Difficult Conversations At Work. This episode is brought to you by Authors Unite. Authors Unite provides you with all the resources you need to become a successful author. You can learn more about Authors Unite here: https://authorsunite.com/ Thank you for listening to The Tyler Wagner Show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/authorsunite/support
Patients with serious illness frequently need pain management. How do hospice teams manage opioids and the challenges that come with them? There's often a lack of understanding about how pain medications are used in end of life care. When a patient's pain is managed, his quality of life is better. Hospice physicians and nurses are responsible for ensuring the pain is adequately and safely controlled. Pain affects many aspects of the patient's life - sleep, mindset, activity tolerance, social interactions, participation in personal care, and appetite. That's why everyone on the hospice interdisciplinary team is responsible for assessing whether the patient has pain. If a patient reports pain, that report goes back to the nurse. The nurse collaborates with the physician who will order a pain medication appropriate for the patient. Often those pain meds are opioids. Those medications can be challenging. It's important to know that addiction for a person at the end of life is not a concern, and hospice teams NEVER use medications to accelerate death. Of course it's always the patient's (or caregiver's) choice to use opioids or even have them in the house. Hospice professionals should respect those choices and look for other ways to manage the patient's pain. When medications are stolen to be sold or for use by someone else besides the patient, that's called “diversion”. It's always important to tell your hospice team if there's a risk of diversion in a home, including family members with a history of substance use disorder. You can find more information about managing pain and other symptoms at end of life at theheartofhospice.com. Check out The Heart of Hospice podcast page for all our episodes with great interviews and personal stories about end of life care with hospice. Connect with Helen and Jerry by sending an email to email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you to answer your questions and hear your comments. You are The Heart of Hospice!
Meridian Mining Chairman, Gilbert Clark, joins us to provide some corporate updates from both the exploration and drilling work being done at the Cabacal Project in Brazil. He also chats about the recent financing.
Nothing is a bargain in this world unless it serves a purpose and helps you achieve a goal. Managing your own money to save a fee can work, but we all know the do-it-yourself approach seems to work BEST when markets are RISING! Rising markets tend to lift ALL boats. As the saying goes, in a bull market, EVERYONE is a genius! But the real measure of how well your portfolio is being managed is not so much when markets are UP, but more when markets fall flat and then reverse. How do you KNOW if your money is in the right place? Well, lets put it this way. If you find yourself FEARING the next bear market rather than relishing the idea, your money is probably allocated poorly. Today, we'll review the FOUR KEY QUESTIONS you should be asking yourself right now, and how to arrive at clear answers! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!
Chris Ledet Homes has thrived in southeast Louisiana despite the ups and downs of the building economy and routine setbacks from hurricanes. A secret to their longevity? Customer service that connects with the homeowner and extends well behind move-in. On today's episode of “The Building Code,” Zach and Charley talk to owner Paul Ledet about what it takes to create customer relationships that withstand the stresses of construction. Ledet also shares his thoughts on taking over his father's business, navigating new tech and the personal touch of customer relations, and the hardest part about building in a hurricane hotspot. WHAT ASPECT OF THE BUILDER-HOMEOWNER RELATIONSHIP DO YOU FEEL BUILDERS STRUGGLE WITH? “I find that the more transparent you are with having your selections or allowances open and available, and my vendors are uploading quotes that they can view, I mean, that goes a long way for an owner to be able to see a flooring selection, to be able to click through there, and they can see, basically, exactly the labor amount, the flooring amount, the square footage, the labor rate, the flooring rate. And they just give them a better sense of trust, I suppose. I know not everybody does that and that may be a weird concept for some builders, but when you open that door to have that trust and communication, I find that the jobs, generally, go a lot smoother.” HOW HAS THE PANDEMIC COMPLICATED CUSTOMER RELATIONS? “The last two years have been pretty weird with COVID. Lots of loose ends that are way more loose ends than normal, things taking lead times, are taking forever and you try to move them in without appliances and stuff. Managing their expectations is the key, but even then, we're trying to manage them and we're wrong several times because we rely on information, too, but really just trying to manage their expectations and trying to set deadlines, but not, ‘Hey, look, we're trying to commit to this two weeks, but we want it to be finished before you move in.' That was a real tough one for us.” LINKS AND MORE Related content: Download Buildertrend's guide to maintaining strong relationships during a custom build. Enjoy hearing Paul's take on building? Listen to his podcast “The Wasted Hour” on any major streaming platform. “The Better Way” a podcast by Buildertrend: Improve how you use the world's No. 1 construction management software. Subscribe and stream all four seasons on your favorite listening app now. Follow us on social: Instagram and Facebook: @Buildertrend We want to hear from you! Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Listen to “The Building Code” on YouTube! And be sure to head over to Facebook to join The Building Code Crew fan page for some fun discussions with fellow listeners.
Managing remote work has rocketed to the top of talent issues that businesses face today. In this latest episode, Deloitte Tax Principal Kate Forsyth and Deloitte Tax Partner John Jennings, both leaders in Deloitte's Global Employer Services Group, share insights on the remote work trends they are seeing in the marketplace and the role that a tax department can play as organizations develop hybrid work policies.
In this wide ranging talk, I chat with Dr. Ben John about his experiences in scaling and managing the team at AppNexus (and post AT&T acquisition at Xandr). We talk about six week planning cycles, creating a supportive culture, building out a learnign and development team within the engineering org and Ben's advice for anyone else moving from engineering to leadership.
Are the marketing techniques you used three years ago not getting you the same results today? Changes in the digital landscape have created new challenges for Modern CEOs trying to connect with their audiences. If you want to create (or continue to create!) amazing impact going forward, you're going to have to evolve! My incredible guest for this week's episode of the Right on Time podcast is Digital Marketing Strategist Emily Hirsh. Emily is the CEO and founder of Hirsh Marketing, an agency that combines strategy and execution with killer creative, and has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs EXPLODE their profits! I'm not gonna lie, Emily is kind of a big deal! Hirsh Marketing works with some major names, including Mel Robbins and Krista Mashore, and the agency has generated $107 MILLION in revenue through digital ads. Emily and her team are adept at evolving to fit the marketing landscape so that they can continue to deliver huge value to their clients — and Emily was more than happy to share some amazing, actionable insights during our interview! In this episode, we keep it REAL and tackle everything from how to manage a rockstar marketing agency, to exactly what goes on behind the scenes of big launches, to her top tips for online business owners trying to own their space in the era of the content creator! In my latest podcast episode, you'll discover: How systems and processes have helped Emily simplify the effort of managing a large team The steps Emily took to transform Hirsh Marketing from a humble start-up to a major agency working with big names and accounts 3 ways to get a little sexier with your marketing message while staying authentic! Remember to subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher! Highlights: 00:28 Meet Emily Hirsh! 00:57 Embracing minimalism 03:38 Managing big teams & accounts 05:20 Starbucks story 06:26 Emily's journey 08:35 Working with big clients 10:50 Emily's approach to marketing 12:35 Get sexy with your marketing! 15:19 Niching down 17:41 Working on launches 19:52 Changes in the market 22:37 Tips for small business owners 25:14 Passive income 27:51 Reality of online business & #1 tip 30:29 Foundation & sustainability 31:25 What is right on time for Emily? Thank you for listening! Want more information and tips? Bookmark ambermccue.com/blog and follow Amber on Instagram: @AmberMcCue Mentioned in this episode: Emily Hirsh https://www.hirshmarketing.com Instagram: @emilyhirsh
Albert Breer of MMQB joined Adam and Dustin on Wednesday's edition of Bull & Fox to talk about Case Keenum starting in place of Baker Mayfield on Thursday Night Football, the Deshaun Watson rumors swirling and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Rob Cressy is joined by SuperBook's Jay Kornegay to talk about how sportsbooks are managing the NFL season heading into Week 7. Jay and Rob discuss: - NFL Week 6 and how sportsbooks have fared during the last three weeks. - How sportsbooks adjust to major public wins. - Managing huge double-digit lines in Cardinals/Texans and Rams/Lions games. - Rob's "Pick-A-Loser" pick of the week. - Potential let-down spots in Week 7, including the Patriots and Raiders. - Why Rob is backing the Eagles in his patented "Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable" bet of the week. - Impact of teasers and moneyline parlays on sportsbooks. - The risk and reliability of Rob's "Moneyline Parlay of the Week". - How sportsbooks view and rank the Kansas City Chiefs. You can find Jay on Twitter @JayKornegay. Connect with Rob @robcressy on Twitter and send in your feedback, best bets and bad beats. Be sure to subscribe, rate and review The Sharp 600 podcast.
I'm excited to have a follow up conversation with on the podcast today. We are talking all about how to empower your fertility journey. She is a meditation coach, and specializes in working with people going through fertility treatment. She also has 6 kids of her own and did IVF, surrogacy, and adoption to grow her family. Read the full show notes on Dr. Aimee's website Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Join Egg Whisperer School Checkout the podcast Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.
As Small Business owners, we all know how important it is to keep your technology up and running with minimal downtime. What's the best way to get support for your information technology needs? What IT support options are out there for Small Business owners? Join your hosts Dave Hamilton and Shannon Jean as they discuss the options available for Small Business owners to keep your tech up and running. But first, you don't want to miss the rant about selling on Marketplaces. Listen in and learn! 00:00:00 Small Business Show #350 for Wednesday, October 20, 2021 00:01:37 BANNED! (by your key platform…and its algorithm) Two tokens customer service concept Rebecca Michals from eBay on Small Business Show email@example.com Sponsors: 00:14:26 SPONSOR: Shopify – For anyone to sell anywhere, Shopify is giving you a fourteen-day trial and full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Visit Shopify.com/sbs to get yours! 00:16:47 SPONSOR: Bambee – Let Bambee help with your dedicated HR Manager! Go to Bambee.com/SMALL right now to schedule your free HR audit. 00:18:26 Steven-Where to get IT Support for my Small Business? Outsource, outsource, outsource! Upwork (formerly Elance) Call Customer Service as a Test Bluehost FileMaker Grasshopper Phone.com RingCentral firstname.lastname@example.org 00:37:58 SBS 350 Outtro
Neelu gives valuable tips on how to manage your mental health while working virtually. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tipswithte/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tipswithte/support
In this episode of Managing Cyber Risk, Mark Sangster, VP Industry Security Strategy at eSentire, and Col. (Ret.) Timothy Evans, SVP, Co-Founder and Chief of Strategy at Adlumin, join host Hillarie McClure to discuss what we can learn from the adversary, the evolution of ransomware, and more. eSentire is the Authority in Managed Detection and Response. eSentire's mission is to hunt, investigate and stop cyber threats before they become business disrupting events. To learn more about our sponsor, visit https://esentire.com
If workers are in short supply, why do employers continue to use digital gatekeepers that screen out millions of capable individuals? Joe Fuller joins his Managing the Future of Work co-chair and podcast co-host, Bill Kerr, to share insights from the project's research collaboration with Accenture on the “hidden worker” problem.
For many people, selecting a financial advisor is a challenging task. For athletes, it is even more challenging because the impact of a bad decision could have significant negative long term effects. In this episode, Luke discusses some ideas and shares some tips regarding interviewing and selecting financial advisors. Read the full episode transcript here. Find Luke on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. Listen wherever you listen to podcasts, including: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon Music | Stitcher | Tunein Radio | iHeartRadio | Castbox
Welcome back for episode 136 of The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast! On this week's episode Tyarra and Jack answer and discuss various topics including: - The reality of dieting during a comp prep - Managing hunger and fatigue during prep - Conventional Deadlifts vs RDLs - How to progress when a lift stalls - Dream protein flavours? - Does Jack have a star sign? Thank you again for tuning into the podcast and we hope you enjoy! We would greatly appreciate if you would please subscribe to the channel, give us a rating, leave us a review and tell your friends about the podcast! The more people we can reach out to and help the better! Stay tuned for more podcasts released on a weekly basis! Business Website: www.thebodybuildingdietitians.com Tyarra's Instagram: www.instagram.com/tyarranelson/?hl=en Jack's Instagram: www.instagram.com/jack.radfordsmith/?hl=en The Bodybuilding Dietitians Instagram: www.instagram.com/thebodybuildingdietitians/?hl=en YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Why7CvHSXNMG8Aws6dnww 10% Off Marmadukes Peanut Butter Powder (discount code TBD10): www.marmadukes.com.au/discount/TBD10 VPA 10% off codes used at checkout: www.vpa.com.au/ TYARRA JACK
My guest this week is Campbell Will, a physical therapist and breathwork specialist from Australia, who works around the world, introducing people to the power of the breath. He's worked in a variety of clinical settings, from the ICU to the sporting field, from young to old and everyone in between. His passion is teaching the principles of breathwork, and how it can be used in all situations to better regulate the body, the mind, and emotions. In this episode, Campbell and I discuss the benefits of breathwork, why it's important to our health, how it can help children, and specific breathing techniques you can try right now. Most of us take breathing for granted since it just sort of happens on its own. What most people don't realize is the way you breathe determines your physiological state. There are some easy-to-try breathing exercises in this episode that I encourage parents to practice with their children! The sooner children learn to use their breath to regulate their response to stress, the better off they will be in life. Learn more about Campbell here. Understanding how to use your breath is your best tool It's free It's nearly instantaneous You don't need any equipment You don't need any special know-how Why breathwork is an important tool for our health Breath is really the remote control of what's going on in our autonomic nervous system Breathing is both automatic and under conscious control Mostly, breathing is unconscious throughout the day When you think about the breath and try breathing in through your nose and slowly out through your mouth, you have brought the breath under conscious control By taking your breathing under control you can grab ahold of that autonomic process and direct the nervous system in the direction that you want to go Breaking down breathing Sympathetic nervous system = fight or flight As soon as we breathe with our mouth, we are more in the sympathetic As soon as we breathe high into our chest or shoulders, it's going to be more of a sympathetic trigger For example - a panic attack is very inhale-dominant, it's in and out of the mouth, it's high in the chest, and it's fast Parasympathetic = rest, repair, recover, digest Breathing through the nose, down into the lower part of the chest and diaphragm or belly breathing helps put you in a parasympathetic state Breathing slowly and emphasizing the exhale also helps put you in a parasympathetic state These two systems kind of work in opposition. We are never both at the same time Difference between stress physiology and psychology Managing your psychological stress symptoms without addressing the physiological symptoms will not yield much of a result You have to pay attention to and wrangle in your physiological state in order to fully calm yourself to a parasympathetic state Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide We have to have the presence of carbon dioxide that allows the oxygen to move from the red blood cell into the cell of the body, where it then goes to the mitochondria and produces energy While nose breathing is preferred, some people may experience discomfort with having a little more carbon dioxide present in the body, that's the feeling of not enough air or feeling like there's not enough oxygen Oxygen level is actually going up and you are making more oxygen available. It's just that your chemo senses are a little bit sensitive How to help kids breath better Try this exercise - “Take a sip of water, and then see if you can walk around the house or do some laps around the yard” this can help them get into the habit of “Hey, I can breathe” If there's an immediate need to swallow the water, that shows that there's a little bit of a sensitivity there Pop the tip of the tongue behind the top teeth, this will encourage them to seal the lips A tip for retraining a child to breathe through their nose instead of their mouth at night - place a very thin strip of micropore tape vertically across the lips. NOT taping the mouth closed but just the very front of the lips Try BOX breathing - breathe in for a count of three, hold the breath for a count of three, breathe out for a count of three, and hold the breath for a count of three Practice breathing softly Practice an extended exhale by having them blow a mobile to make the hanging parts move or blowing a balloon or feather across a table Try a double inhale with a prolonged exhale Breathing comfortably full in through the nose, pause for a moment, and then sneak another breath in, and then a long easy exhale Follow Campbell Website Instagram - @breathbodytherapy Facebook Connect with Dr. Nicole Beurkens on... Instagram Facebook Drbeurkens.com
Content is king. Accordingly, more and more brands are collaborating with micro influencers to create the sheer amount of content that is needed to gain traction today. But working with micro influencers can be complicated. In order to keep the machine in motion, an agency needs to wear many hats and stay in touch with many individuals. In this episode, David Morneau , Managing Partner and Co-Founder at inBeat Agency , digs into the details—the what, the why, and the how—of micro influencer marketing. We discuss: - The different categories of influencers - The content creation process - Managing disputes over content ownership - Safeguarding campaigns against negative associations To hear more from Innovative Agency owners, listen to The Innovative Agency podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or on our website. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for The Innovative Agency in your favorite podcast player.
Construction of the original Nauvoo Temple began in the spring of 1841 on a hilltop overlooking the Mississippi River. Early Latter-day Saints labored to build the temple, completing the sacred building after the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith. This episode of the Church News podcast explores the history and significance of the Nauvoo Temple. Joining the podcast is Spencer W. McBride, an associate managing historian of the Joseph Smith Papers who earned a Ph.D. in history from Louisiana State University. The host of “The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast,” he is uniquely poised to speak on Joseph Smith, the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the importance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for all of us today. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Fairygodboss Radio, Melanie Frank joins Romy to discuss her career journey – from pursuing a childhood dream of becoming an astronaut to becoming Managing VP of Cyber Engineering at Capital One. Melanie shares her secret to earning numerous promotions without switching companies, and her No. 1 piece of advice to other women who hope to do the same. [Recorded on August 25, 2021] As a Managing Vice President in Technology at Capital One, Melanie Frank leads Cyber Engineering for the enterprise. Her teams innovate boldly to secure the enterprise. Her team obsesses over excellence. Melanie has been with Capital One for over 20 years in roles of increasing responsibility within Technology. She also proudly serves as the accountable executive for Capital One's Women in Technology business resource group, Communications lead for Eaton's women's inclusion employee resource group, as well as an executive sponsor for the Galesburg I&D team. Fairygodboss is proud to partner with Capital One. Find a job there today!
Have you ever said the phrase “I just can't imagine” when someone tells you about a situation that sounds so painful? I certainly have. But in this conversation with Joanne, I realized that when we say “I can't imagine,” what we are really saying is “I don't want to imagine.” When we resist imagining what other people are going through, we are resisting empathy. I always felt weird saying that, and in this conversation with Joanne, I finally understand. She is a former partner and now a coach and consultant and talks about her own journey in depression and her daughter's journey with addiction and how that affected her. Also, I want to provide a trigger warning for this episode because there are parts of our conversation that discuss suicide. Please reach out to 800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Hotline if you need support. Let's get started. Visit Joanne's website here: http://jschaefercoaching.com/ Email Joanne here: email@example.com Here is the number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
This week Maria and Liz discuss psychological and emotional manipulation. They talk about all the different ways it is expressed and how to combat it. Fan Mail: Louis emails us about circumcision in the US. Googles: (Maria) Is it inevitable to gain weight as you get older? (Liz) Why are women more clumsy before their period? Let's Get Personal: Who do you go out of your way to be nice to? Topic: Manipulation SUBSCRIBE + rate and review us! Become a Patron! Get access to weekly and monthly bonus episodes, episodes before they are released, stickers and more! https://www.patreon.com/2nondoctors Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: Instagram @2nondrs Twitter/FB @2nondoctors --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2-non-doctors/support
The art style is always evolving. With every experience and project, you have, your art style changes and grows. Mike sits down again with amazing artist Manny Cartoon. Together, they talked about building and working together for a co-branded event in Miami. Manny also talked about managing projects and how they influenced the changes in his art style. He also shares different stories which took him to where he is now. According to Manny, everyone has their own fears, especially when starting out on your own. However, failure on a small level is worth it, just to see what happens. Highlights Working together for a co-branded event. - 0:18 How did Manny Cartoon develop his own style? - 4:21 Managing projects and plans of where his work is going. How can people help him? - 9:02 The design, style, and consistency of Manny's artwork is getting tighter and tighter, the more artwork and stuff he puts out. - 17:01 Sometimes, failure on a small level is worth it, just to see what happens. - 17:19 Episode Resources The Robots Are Coming Connect with Mike Brevik: http://www.cyberdogzmarketing.com/ email@example.com Connect with Manny Cartoon https://www.instagram.com/mannycartoonstudio/ https://linktr.ee/mannycartoon
We're back with the amazing Hannah, COO of Powerhouse Women in another one of our Q&A episodes! We have launching fresh on our brain after coming out of the event and the sold out launch of our signature Six Figure School, our 12 week business mentorship program, so today we wanted to answer your questions about launching! You do not need to have a big audience to have a successful launch and regardless of the size of your business I know that you will be able to gain some value from these questions. If you loved today's episode, if you took away any tips or tangible action steps we would love it if you shared the episode on Instagram and let us know your takeaways! In this episode we talk about: Leveraging what you have to make your launch successful Managing your expectations based on where you're currently at Tips for creating buzz + interest in what you're creating Getting visibility around your offer timeframes for creating buzz before a launch Text the word LAUNCH to (602) 536-7829 to be the first to know when the Organic Launch Blueprint course is available! Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership Text us your questions by sending the word PODCAST to (602) 536-7829 and you may get a shoutout on a future episode! || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com
When you step into a big project or a big pivot, you've got to carve out some space, time and energy. Meet Sarah Buino who has been doing just that. Sarah had a very full time job as a group practice owner with 12 staff people, and knew there was something else she was meant to do with healers on a larger scale. She talked to me about how she set her group practice up to require much less of her so that she could step into this new work without overworking or burning out. Here's a bit more about her: Sarah Buino, LCSW, RDDP, CADC, CDWF is a speaker, teacher, therapist and the founder and president of Head/Heart Therapy, Inc. She's a member of the adjunct faculty at Loyola University Chicago and hosts the podcast Conversations With a Wounded Healer, which examines the role of one's own healing while being a care-giving professional. Sarah is obsessed with her 10-lb chihuahua named Batman. Here's some of what we talked about: Building Head Heart Therapy, a therapy center for weirdos with a staff of 12 Hosting 2 podcasts and making that manageable Podcasting tools Sarah and Annie both use Figuring out what she needs to do less of so that she can create new things Finding her role as a mentor with her staff Moving into the work of helping therapists and therapy organizations Balancing her agenda with responding to what's happening in her organization Managing different people differently Creating The Ordinary Trauma Project and writing a book Taking a month-long sabbatical to make progress on the book Emotionally preparing for the publication Here are some takeaways that particularly stand out to me: Takeaway #1: Sarah has built a team and handed over the day-to-day of the group practice so that she can step into her life's work of helping therapists heal. "What I want to do is help therapists heal and I can't help my staff heal because I'm their boss. And so there's a place that I love mentoring and I love supervising, but it's not the same as helping them heal. And so throughout the sabbatical, I was really thinking: how is it that I can create space to make this shift so that I can really step into what I truly think is my life's work." Takeaway #2: You've got to carve out time and energy to work on new projects. You can't necessarily just pile them onto what you've already got going on. Sarah took a month-long sabbatical to focus on her book. "I could wake up and be like, what do I want to do? What time do I want to start writing today? Right. What chapter do I want to work on today? So. Yeah. So I took a month to focus on the book." Takeaway #3: In addition to carving out time and energy for a big project, we've got to gather enough permission and safety. When we do brave and visible things and ask more of ourselves, we need to set up more support because it's hard and it's vulnerable. "(When the book comes out) I think it will be an extended period of wrapping myself in love and comfort and care, and definitely not reading reviews." Show notes at http://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/161
Hey, hey, Bold leaders. Welcome to The Bold Money Revolution Podcast. I'm your host, Tara Newman. And I'm here today with Erin O'Malley. The reason why I have Erin O'Malley on the podcast today is that we have opened up enrollment for the Bold Money Mastermind, which begins in January 2022, and we are sharing some case studies and some stories of women who are in the group and what their journey has looked like. So you can, one, decide if this is something that you want to apply for, but really, I like highlighting women's journeys through small business ownership because I think it's important to have real conversations. I really hope that you enjoy Erin's story, and I hope that you get something out of it.
Daniel Suhr, Managing attorney at the Liberty Justice Center, has just filed a new case on behalf of 6 nurses in Illinois whose religious exemptions were denied. Here there story! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this video, Jake and Gino talk about the key aspects that you must focus on to manage and grow your real estate investing business. Sometimes, hidden dangers and undesirable results come from not managing your multifamily properties the right way. Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/jakeandgino/sub_confirmation=1 Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #investing Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/
Wyatt Donald is a key decision maker at Cayuse Livestock Co. near Big Timber, MT. This is a ranch that manages land in multiple locations with people from outside the family in different states. We talked about the what goes into management of all those moving parts.Sponsor:PerformanceLivestockAnalytics.com
Managing happiness... is it a myth or something tangible? Tune in as David Henzel shares his thoughts on "How Can We Manage Happiness." During this podcast, David covers some pointed topics such as "Why everything boils down to which habits you cultivate", "How we do one thing is how we do everything" and "Why do we need to operate from love, not fear."
Episode 81 - Dr. Brook Choulet is one of the only concierge psychiatrists in the US and is currently in the process of expanding her private practice to a large wellness center that offers several different wellness services. She built this practice from the ground up in less than 1 year and started it as a resident! She's got an incredible story and I'm excited for her to share some tips from her experience that I think will help you as you're building or growing your own business. After hearing this episode, you are going to wonder what's stopping you. Dr. Brook Choulet is a concierge psychiatrist and the founder of Choulet Wellness in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dr. Choulet was raised in San Diego, California, and graduated from La Jolla Country Day School. She completed a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts and her medical degree at the University of Missouri Kansas City's rigorous six year BA/MD program. She obtained her medical degree at the age of 24 and pursued training in General Psychiatry at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix. Click here to download your free CME credits for listening to the show! Register for the Marriage and Money, M.D. Summit for free!For physicians who want a stronger marriage and better path to building wealthJoin us for this incredible free online event November 15-17, 2021!Medical careers drain time and energy from physicians and their spouses, not to mention the crushing debt most doctors are faced with when they first come out of training. The Marriage and Money, M.D. summit is a free 3-day online event that will give physician families the tools, resources, and encouragement they need to strengthen their marriage and build wealth so they can have the happy family and financial independence they deserve!Click here to learn more and sign up for free today!Register for the A.I. and Automation Summit for Free!Managing a Physician Practice is hard. Running a private medical practice involves so much more than medicine. To succeed, you need robust billing systems, a cohesive company culture, tried-and-true hiring and training practices, and effective ways to manage physician burnout. And that's to say nothing of finding time to manage the day-to-day operations between seeing patients. How can you make it all work seamlessly? With a little help from AI and automation.At the Physician Practice Automation Summit:You'll learn how the most successful doctors incorporate artificial intelligence and smart systems into their business model to scale and grow.Discover innovative ways to cut costs, save time, boost productivity, reduce employee turnover, generate more revenue, improve communication, and more.This week-long free event will help you create a practice you love (and one you can walk away from whenever you wish). And it's all yours with your FREE Ticket to Physician Practice Automation SummitCheck out the additional free resources available at The Scope of Practice!Business management resourcesPersonal finance resourcesRecommended online coursesRecommended books
In this episode of Food, Freedom and Fertility Sophia Pavia interviews Robyn Birkin, who is a fertility wellness expert who provides clients with evidence-based strategies for emotional wellness and mind body health that support your fertility (so you can reclaim your life and step off the fertility hamster wheel of burnout). This episode helps deliver a few tools to help women reduce the feeling of being overwhelmed while trying to conceive. Robyn talks about ways to simplify your life and help you not to sacrifice your emotional wellbeing. If after listening to this podcast and you would like to get more information on Robyn's services please see the links below. The Fertility Warriors Podcast Instagram: robynbirkin The Mind Body Fertility Reset Membership Platform
On this Mondays episode of the Deb & Kev Pod, Deb & Kev find themselves talking about subjects like;- The Queen of England having herself a week- Debs tooth update- Recapping Week 4 of GBBO- Learning how to manage someones professional flaws- Answering Dear Debbie Questions- What Good Soup they're making for dinner- And what they are both thankful forAs always, special thanks to Lauren Taylor for the episode art work and Gwyneth Galvin and BenSound www.bensound.com for providing the voiceover and music for the intro and outro!
Hello everyone! Saying this year is difficult is an understatement. Administrators, teachers, students and parents are all trying to figure out how to balance their lives within constant disruption and uncertainty. For many, this problem is causing mental health concerns and quality of life struggles. In hopes that we can shed some light—and the importance of—managing mental health, I have brought on Monika, otherwise known as @thecheerteacher on Instagram, to discuss her path through mental health struggles, how she got out of her dark time, and how she is helping her students manage their own mental health for the better. In this episode we touch on: Teaching in a variety of grades The beginning of her work with a mental health focus in the classroom Monika's descent into hating her job because of putting on a "happy face" and her way out of this dark place Managing time to support student mental needs Modeling how to handle difficult emotions You do not want to miss this one! This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their new classroom resource, Math by the Book by Sue O'Connell and colleagues. Math is everywhere—even in great children's books! Teachers and students love a good story. But those stories can also help elementary students make sense of important mathematical concepts. Math by the Book shows teachers how to use high-quality children's books to teach grade-specific math skills and content. You'll find activities, investigations, and teaching strategies…all paired with lists of carefully chosen K-5 literature. So, if you're looking for a fresh way to bring math teaching to life in your classroom, visit MathByTheBook.com to download a free sample or order a copy. That's MathByTheBook.com.