Steve Dennis is joined by Jane Slater of NFL Network, Jon Machota of The Athletic and DallasCowboys.com's Rob Phillips to discuss Trevon Diggs' start and managing season-long expectations for the Cowboys after five games.
Melanie Esterhuyse was initially employed as the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of De Doorns Cellar in 2000 when the winery joined hands with local DMO, Hex Valley Tourism Association. As the tourist association could not employ someone permanently at the time, Melanie volunteered to step up and assist them and developed a passion for this rapidly growing industry. Over the past 25 years, Hex Valley Tourism's purpose has changed from only serving as an information desk to taking on the role of a true philanthropist and representing the community in a more diverse way. By managing sustainable programs that will successfully and responsibly contribute towards the growth of the local industry and economy, Melanie and the Hex Valley Tourism Association hope to leave a legacy of endurance and steadfastness. On this episode of Destination on the Left, I talk with Melanie Esterhuyse about how this podcast has sustained her creativity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares how the Hex Valley Tourism Association stepped up to the unexpected challenge and used it as an opportunity to move the organization forward into the future. We also discussed the evolution of the Hex Valley Tourism Association and how it has helped her region grow tourism to a meaningful economic contributor over the last 25 years through creative co-opetition. What You Will Learn: How the Hex Valley Tourism Association has developed from the three original tourism organizations to the 20 now involved The four central goals the Hex Valley Tourism Association is working towards and how they are faring The creative solutions that Melanie's destination has used to help them stand out from the crowd How Hex Valley are identifying ways that they can position themselves as unique and different from other similar destinations How the Destination on the Left podcast has helped Melanie, and her team put together a marketing strategy plan for 2022 Creative Marketing The Hex Valley Tourism Association in South Africa is identifying ways that they can position themselves as unique and different from other similar destinations. PRO of the association, Melanie discusses how they worked on a creative marketing strategy that saw them partner with travel influencers to help their brand reach niche audiences and markets. Melanie also shares how her team created the amazing video content for their social media channels. Managing Expectations in Partnerships Managing expectations is critical in a partnership, but how do you set the groundwork for a successful partnership? Melanie explains why clear communication and giving back to the community supporting them is critical to achieving long-term buy-in. We discuss how the tourism association tapped into the community's collective knowledge to promote their destination and how Melanie is leveraging the popularity of similar wine country destinations to build on recognition and broaden the experience for visitors and offer them even more. Website: https://www.hexrivervalley.co.za/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hex-valley-tourism-4b628338/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HexValleyTourism/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hexvalley We value your thoughts and feedback and would love to hear from you. Leave us a review on your favorite streaming platform to let us know what you want to hear more of. Here is a quick tutorial on how to leave us a rating and review on iTunes!: https://breaktheicemedia.com/rating-review/
Morgan sits down with our Franchise Partner Maple Grove, Minnesota Franchise Partner. She is a master juggler! The Hegnas make up a family of 5: Tina and her husband, Harlan, are high school sweethearts with three boys: twins Hudson & Harrison (6) and Calvin (2), works full-time in the finance industry, and just signed for her second location with Burn Boot Camp. She is a jack of all trades who is always in the work of figuring things out, and being okay with things not being perfect.Their conversation dives into the details of owning a business during a pandemic and coming out on the other side with enough confidence to sign for location #2! Morgan and Tina talk about the idea of perfectionism; and that even when you have a plan laid out you have to also plan for when it will inevitably change. They also share what it's like to be true teammates with your significant other on both the professional side of things while running a Burn, and the personal side leading a family of five!Ready to change your life like Tina did? Join a Burn today.
On the Profitable Joyful Consulting podcast, I teach you how to increase your profits and enjoy your business more. In this episode, you'll learn how to deal with rejection in your consulting business. Rejection is something we face all the time in our businesses. It's the kind of thing you can either control or be controlled by, and I know a lot of people are dealing with it right now as they are with a lot of difficult emotions. In my second-ever consulting engagement, I had a great little gig going. For several months, I would get assignments from the client, bring them back, and get another assignment. One day, my primary contact changed. I came in to present the work that I'd done as usual and he said, “Okay, thank you.” No new assignment. That was the last work I did for them. I was shocked and confused, and I was also now unemployed because like a lot of new consultants, I was working with just one client at a time. It never occurred to me that I should build a pipeline so there would be other clients besides that one. And that's just one of the reasons that rejection came especially hard. A lot of rejection feels personal, but it's really not. In this episode, you'll learn how to work with rejection in your business so you can keep growing your business and doing the work you're here to do - not get knocked out by someone's big or small no. Key areas discussed in this episode: 0:53 The story of my first big rejection in my consulting business 2:08 Why even a small rejection can be devastating 2:45 Working with the feelings that can come up around rejection, including grief 4:36 My best advice for dealing with rejection 5:10 Cultivating resilience in the face of rejection 5:54 How to develop thicker skin in your business so the smaller rejections roll off your back more easily 8:39 The number one perspective shift that has made rejection easier for me 9:21 What to learn how to tune into when processing rejection 9:42 The opportunity rejection gives you to learn and grow 11:00 What not taking anything personally will help you do (and how it will help you business grow) 12:53 The key thing you can do to take away some of the power from rejection and make it sting a little less 14:34 How to learn more about your own responses to rejection (and what to do about them) Watch this episode on YouTube: LINK or listen on your favorite podcast app: LINK to learn how to work with inevitable rejection in your business in a way that helps, not hurts, you and your work. Episode Hashtags: #Rejection #CultivatingResilience
We're excited to kick off our managing expectations series with stats guru Lou Stagner. In this episode, we discuss putting and wedge play around the greens. Lou shares some of his most interesting stats from pro golf and the amateur game that will get you thinking differently about reasonable expectations in your short game. Also, you'll learn more about the proper strategy and ideas on how to practice more effectively. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
BJ Armstrong and Tate Frazier pay their respects to the 2021 Basketball Hall of Fame class including BJ's old teammate Toni Kuckoc. Then, the duo discusses the Hornets handling expectations and Shaq's comments on Ben Simmons.
The New York Mets lost on Wednesday night, as Sandy Alcantara hurled a gem for the Miami Marlins. Host Ryan Finkelstein breaks down the loss and why you just have to tip your cap to a great starting pitcher on the other side. With 22 games left on the season, the Mets sit at an even 70-70. What will it take for them to make the playoffs this year and what should Mets fans be hoping for if they are fortunate enough to get there? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. NetSuite NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/LockedOn StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Managing expectations is tricky. Even when you try to go in with zero expectations, you might still be wondering if you'll meet someone else's. After a year plus of trying to guess what might be around the next corner, it's time to check in on your expectations. The post Episode 31 – Well…What Did You Expect [Managing Expectations Post-Pandemic] appeared first on Both Now.
Does high expectations lead to unhappiness? Join us as we converse on effects of expectations and importance managing them! --- 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/carter801/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carter801/support
recorded on the 31st of August, 2021 Welcome aboard Flight 88 of the Squawk Ident podcast - Managing Expectations. Today, I am proud to be joined by a fantastic Squawk Ident crew member, Mr. Rob D is here. Today's flight will have us exploring the journey of an aviator that has spent over three decades weaving within almost every aspect of the aviation industry. He is a Texas Sheep Rancher, a Glider Instructor, a CFI,II, MEI flight instructor, with type ratings in the Citation jet, MD-80, B737, B777, B787, and the DC-3. He is a Legacy Airline Captain and a Flagship Detroit DC-3 Captain. We are honored to have Captain Vic Barber join us today! references: Flagship Detroit link Pipper P-25 Pawnee chapters: [01:40] Say Hello Rob [05:15] Vic Barber intro [07:50] Managing Expectations [11:30] How the Journey Begins [26:34] From Charter Ops to Part 121 [35:35] The Dream Job at Mustang Air [43:00] Be Kind in a World of People [57:15] The Next Generation [1:00:23] 777s and DC3s [1:15:14] Flagship Detroit [1:26:03] Should We Head Back...Yup [1:33:40] Cockpit Conflicts Thank You for Listening! Don't forget to Follow, Like, Subscribe, and Share Please visit Av8rtony.com for more show content, audio archives, cover art, Squawk Ident gear, audio feedback, and more. Music & cover art by Av8rTony and produced at Av8r Sound Studios of Southern California. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube user just search Squawk Ident Podcast Copyright © Squawk Ident 2021, All Rights Reserved Copyright © Av8r Sound Studios 2021, All Rights Reserved Squawk Ident by Av8rTony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - 4.0 International License --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/support
In today's episode we get to know Kim DiGiovanni, Family Law and Domestic Relations attorney. Having practiced law for 17 years, Kim has damn near seen and heard it all. This gives her a unique perspective on relationships. Listen as we discuss how relationships can plummet and what the common denominator is in all failed relationships. Please leave us 5 stars and a written review on iTunes!Let us know what is sticking to your ribs after listening to this episode! You can find us on Facebook and Instagram or by visiting our beautiful website Lolahairandsoul.com where you can also shop our boutique, learn about our luxury salon, read our written insights, and access all of our Intentionally Lola podcasts. Music by Matt Biskie and the Island City band "Little Flaws"Recorded at Kiwi Audio by Brad Showalter Biography of Kim DiGiovanniKim DiGiovanni is a member of The Law Offices of Kim DiGiovanni, LTD, currently has offices located in Wheaton and St. Charles with her primary concentration in Family Law and Domestic Relations as well as being a regularly appointed Guardian ad Litem in Kane and DuPage County.In addition to her Family Law practice, she is special counsel for the Cities of Aurora, Elgin, and East Dundee as she prosecutes driving under the influence charges in Kane County for those jurisdictions.Prior to earning her Juris Doctorate in 2003, she was a judicial law clerk for the 16th Judicial Circuit. Upon her admission to the Bar, she was offered a position with the Kane County State's Attorneys Office and was assigned as a prosecutor of traffic, misdemeanor and felony cases.Kim DiGiovanni is the current Kane County committee chair for the Local Government Law Committee and has previously acted as a board member of the DuPage County Bar Foundation as well as the DuPage County Bar Briefs. Kim has presented topics on Cross County Training, 4th Amendment Search and Seizure, Guardian ad Litem Training, Field Sobriety Testing and has also obtained a certificate of course completion in Detection of Drugged Driving program, presented by NEMRT, Northeastern Multi-Regional Training, Inc., for police and prosecutors.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Intentionallylola)
Welcome to the Season 3 premiere of Gaining Mom-entum! Meghan & Abi catch up on some of the things they watched, listened to, and read over the summer before diving into today's topic - back to school! They share what they remember about going back to school as kids and reminisce about the school supplies from back in their day. (Who didn't love a Five Star binder? And what is the point of a duotang?) They muse about back to school shopping and whether or not it's as much of a thing now as it was when they were kids. Inevitably, they discuss the pandemic and how they're factoring in concerns and fears about covid and the delta variant into the upcoming school year. They discuss transitioning their kids and their families from summer mode into back to school mode. Abi & Meghan call on some of the lessons they learned from guests in season 2 to help them parent through the changes that a new school (& preschool) year brings. Meghan makes a case for schools having more flexible start times to help everyone ease into the day. Expectation management comes up a lot in this episode, both in preparing their kids and preparing themselves for the year ahead. They discuss walking to school and what circumstances they would feel comfortable with letting their children do so, which leads them to talk about having a sense of community. They talk about their fears and anxieties for their kids in the upcoming school year as well as what they're most excited about and looking forward to as their kids go back to school. As always, thanks for listening! Share Gaining Mom-entum and follow/comment/review wherever you get your pods. IG: @gainingmom_entum Facebook: Gaining Mom-entum Podcast Email: email@example.com Music: Evan Dysart (Spotify and Bandcamp; Extended Cut of Podcast Theme for Gaining Mom-entum) Artwork: Catherine Cachia (IG: @catherinecachia, catherinecachia.com) Resources: Back-to-school plans across the country (CBC) The Parents Guide to Back to School 2021 (Parent Magazine) How to Prep Kids for a Potentially Bumpy Return to School (New York Times) Supporting All of Us: Teaching Against Hate, Bias, and Injustice (virtual learning series) Healthy Lunch Box Ideas for Toddlers and Kids (Happy Kids Kitchen) Woke Kindergarten Ditto Kids Magazine
Andre and Zac talk the Browns' preseason, quarterback issues from around the league, the release of Andre's new podcast series and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Maxine Suka, Director of Workforce Operations, returns to the program to discuss the importance of managing expectations when it comes to reopening in-person operations. Maxine shares insights about the conversations that she has had with her own staff about this topic, and shares insights for anyone going through the process of reopening in-person operations in their organization.
How do we manage expectations? What do we do when our expectations are not met? We have no control over what others do or say but we can control our response and our expectations in the matter. Pam Kanaly and Mel Hiett have a conversation about how they have managed expectations in the past and give single moms practical tips for managing those expectations in the future.
We have all heard the stories of, or owned a standout young dog. Some show great amounts of promise at an early age, and at times that can skew our view/mindset and create expectations. The guys talk about recognizing these types of pups and the added pressure a great prospect puts on a Houndsman. Remembering that they are still pups can be a challenge when they are an outstanding prospect, how do we manage our expectations?
Pat Mayo and Joe Holka walk through their 2021 DraftKings NFL Strategy, research and lineup strategy while identifying the traps to avoid and how they utilize the tools at Run The Sims (https://www.runthesims.com/mayo) to give you the best opportunity to win on DraftKings NFL in the 2021 season. NFL Stats & Tools Code “MAYO” for discount: https://www.runthesims.com/mayo NFL RESEARCH: https://youtu.be/YwfMLloiX1k Sub to the Mayo Media Network: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Sub to Joe Holka on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeHolka/ AUDIO VERSIONS Apple: http://bit.ly/PMEiTunes Spotify: https://goo.gl/VboemH Stitcher: http://goo.gl/Ft3Gmr Google: http://bit.ly/GooglePodPME Castbox: http://bit.ly/PMECastbox Show Index 00:00 Intro 3:02 Managing Expectations with Winning 5:43 Tournament Selection/Field Size 15:53 Optimizer/Cash Games/Tools 20:21 Using Tools 23:17 Free Square Plays 25:25 Which Players to Take 28:27 Ownership (What to Do?) 35:03 Where Do you Start Your Lineup/Correlation 37:12 Stacks/Stacking 41:24 Losing Streaks 45:01 Bankroll 45:59 Late Swap/Reacting to News 56:53 Quick Tips/Traps Pat Mayo Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThePME Pat Mayo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePME Pat Mayo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepme/
As a leader, it's your job#1 to establish and communicate clear and achievable expectations. You don't just hold your team accountable by doing so, but show your accountability as well. Clear expectations provide a map, guidelines to reach goals and thus, make it easy for everyone to be on the same page and work in the same direction. When expectations are not met or seem vague, look at yourself first! Are you being transparent with them, are you communicating them properly, are you listening to others?
Isaac Harris (@IsaacLHarris) is joined by Dr. Kevin Gilliland, CEO of Innovation360 and a contributor to People Magazine, Men's Health, and more. They discuss the mental health of professional athletes, managing expectations and the impact of fame and money. They also talk about Kevin Love's 2020 story in the Player's Tribune, Jackie MacMullan's mental health in the NBA series in 2018 and more. Listen to Dr. Kevin's podcast Struggle Well, Live Well, Worry Less here Read Kevin Love's story in the Player's Tribune here Read Jackie MacMullan's part one of her ESPN series on mental health in the NBA here Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: Locked On Mavericks Follow/Subscribe Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnMavs Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers Built Bar — Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG — There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto — Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Indeed — Get started RIGHT NOW with a FREE SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/locked Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Real estate and note investing is not the get-rich-fast business that many people call it out to be. Not everyone can be a millionaire in this business, which is why it would be smart if you make it a side hustle instead. Join your host Chris Seveney as he talks to Kyle Zimpleman on the ups and downs of note and real estate investing. Kyle is a real estate investor with Expand Capital Group, and he takes us on his journey into real estate and notes investing. Learn the pros and cons of investing and why Kyle is planning on exiting the industry. Learn how inflation and interest rates affect the business and why the best place to earn money right now is assisted living. Tune in today for some tips and guidance on the note and real estate industry.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! http://gooddeedsnoteinvesting.com/
Piers Ward and Andy Proudman make up "Me and My Golf" and they have built a global following thanks to their savvy and appropriate golf instruction, both digitally and in-person. They join us to share their story and to illustrate 5 ways that are guaranteed to improve your golf and lower your scores, no matter your skill level. They address: 1. Cause - not Symptom - related instruction and work. 2. The Action of the Hips (and their influence) in the Golf Swing. 3. Playing from the Rough. 4. Playing and Knowing Your Game. 5. Managing Expectations and Mental Attitude.
Francis Corrigan is Director of Decision Intelligence at Target Corporation. Embedded within the Global Supply Chain, Decision Intelligence combines data science with model thinking to help decision-makers solve problems. 00:00 Intro 01:21 Data Science applications in Logistics and Supply Chain, Cost and Performance trade-off 03:21 Amazon vs Target fulfillment Model, Owning vs Coordinating with Last Mile companies e.g. FedEx 08:36 Suez Canal Container Blockage, Fallback plan at Target 10:37 Predicting products to Stock in Bottle Neck Scenarios 12:42 Air Freight vs Sea Shipments Costs, Ideal vs Real World Deliveries 15:48 Lack of Good Data and Prediction Challenges 18:00 Managing Expectations as Head of Analytics, Importance of Communicating 20:11 Stakeholder Management & Data Science Newsletter 23:39 Technical and Non-technical Teams Coordination, Speed Reading 26:36 Data Stories and Visualizations 29:47 Reporting Pipelines vs Story Narration 31:37 Times Series, Prophet, Flourish and Hans Rosling 35:28 Economist turned Data Scientist, Embarrassment as Motivation 38:20 Lack of Practical Skills of Data Science at University 41:18 Employer's Perspectives on Data Science Talent 45:24 What Causes Data Teams Failure 48:40 COVID 19 and Times Series Corruption, Anomaly Detection 56:15 Toilet Paper Demand Scenario, Commodity Pricing Alerts 59:50 Automating Alerts for Panic Situation 01:02:10 Pandemic as a Blessing for Digital Business, Exponential Growth Rates and Tuition Fee Reimbursement for Employees 01:06:06 Data as Decision Support System, Strategic Decision Indicators 01:08:08 Capital in 21st Century, Thomas Piketty and Free Markets 01:11:31 Failures of Capitalist Societies on Individual Front and Socialist Aversion of Wealth Generation 01:15:15 UBI, Interventions, and CEO to Lowest Paid Worker Ratio 01:18:25 Career Blunders and Regrets 01:22:12 Psychometric Tests for Intellect Filtering, Behavioral Stability and Creativity Trade-off 01:24:08 Target's Epic Failure in Canada, What Data Science could have Prevented 01:25:08 Gameplan to Compete with Walmart and Amazon 01:28:00 Sarimax, Armiax and Volatility Management, Planning vs Forecasting 01:31:33 Deep NNs or Lack thereof, Explainability and Monte Carlo as Alternative 01:34:00 Model Parsimony in Times Series, Baseline Models in Excel 01:37:50 R vs Python, Specific Use Cases 01:40:25 Delegating and Element of Trust 01:43:20 Time and Space Complexity of Models, Netflix and Deployments at Target 01:46:00 Political Impacts on Shipments, Narratives and Hypothesis Testing 01:48:00 Nate Silver, Nassem Talib, and Early Inspirations 01:52:05 Work-life Balance
According to The Wedding Report, the number of U.S. weddings in 2021 is expected to hit 2.77 million—more than twice what we saw last year and a 30% increase over 2019. The boost we are seeing is projected to last into 2023, with an estimated 2.2 million. Weddings are back after the pandemic forced a lot of of wedding cancellations and postponements. but…what does that mean for us in the wedding and events industry? On Episode 62, I discuss the return of events and what that means for the events industry and celebrants. I also share how we can help each other get through this Take a listen Get your free download - The Art Of Celebrating Magazine. The Art of Celebrating digital magazine is a source of planning and inspiration for couples, celebrants, and anyone in love with all things “celebrations”. The Art Of Celebrating lifestyle magazine offers articles and features on a wide range of topics including floral design, beauty, entertaining and parties, celebrations, food and drinks, travel, home decor and more. Now with content from a collection of wonderful contributors and celebrations experts, I'm so excited to bring you The Art Of Celebrating Magazine, with the aim of bringing you even more beautiful inspiration and expert advice, to ensure your celebration is your very Best. Day. Ever Head over to keshevents.com/magazine to check out our current Issue and get your free download! Planning a celebration? Our specialty is in a hands-on approach to planning weddings and events; orchestrating a one of a kind curated approach to life's most unforgettable celebrations. We would love to chat with you - Contact Us: https://www.keshevents.com/contact or email firstname.lastname@example.org Can't wait to connect. xx Akeshi
Jump in with Andy and Krishn to the Flip Side! In today's episode, we celebrate with Andy his major business breakthrough while Krishn teaches us all about the mechanical keyboard industry. We also discuss the new world's richest man, the newly released Covid CryptoPunks, and the cryptocurrency price recovery. These and much much more on Episode 47 of the Flip Side, ” Andy's Major Business Breakthrough & The Mechanical Keyboard Industry”. 00:00 Intro 00:20 Major Breakthrough 03:15 The $80,000 Salary Commission 06:25 The Economy Of Scale 08:50 Why People Borrow Money 10:35 Managing Expectations 12:10 The Master Plan 14:30 Why Scaling Is Difficult 16:55 Investing On Specialists 18:15 The Daily Breakdown 23:50 The Dbrand Skins 24:45 Krishn's New Expensive Hobby 25:50 Keyboard Essentials 27:10 Do You Wanna Build A Keyboard 34:25 The Mechanical Keyboard Business 37:55 Lubrication Process 39:45 How Covid19 Works 40:10 New World's Richest Man 41:45 The Covid CryptoPunks 44:25 MrBeast's NFT 45:10 The Price of BTC 46:00 Crypto Trading Strategy 48:30 Outro
In today's podcast we dig into managing expectations for yourself and for others. While we have this idea of how things should be and how people will behave and the truth is that the reality bus tends to hit us square in the face if we aren't ready.I also want to invite you to my group coaching program with SPECIAL birthday pricing through the end of August. Just $47 regularly $197.www.BigDBootCamp.com
Manny is a Content creator and an avid traveler with experience shooting weddings, concerts, portraiture, travel, aerial photography. We talk about what it's like switching from an Astrophysics degree to pursuing photography as a career, his recent projects of making DIY drones, and how to find unique spots in a new location. This episode gives a behind the scenes look at what it takes to live the on-the-go lifestyle Follow Manny on InstagramFollow Manny on PexelsFollow Pexels
Managing expectations in your business “ It's okay to be where you're at and give yourself permission to say wherever you're at is perfect for you.” Brooke Elder In Podcast 152 Brooke and Sarah Zolecki talk about how to manage expectations in your business, especially when you first join the network marketing industry. Sarah has been around this amazing profession for over 20 years and has a unique perspective because she built her business being single. She built it being married and shebuilt it with kids and they're all definitely different phases. When she first got introduced to the business she had no business being in business at all,, but she absolutely fell in love with the profession and the people in it. “If you're brand new, be excited about being brand new, don't be scared about it.” - Sarah Zolecki. Most people come into the business with an employee mindset. We're used to being told when to take a vacation, when to take lunch break, when to do whatever. Then all of a sudden we get into network marketing and we're in our own deal and we're like, “this is awesome” and then at the same time we're like “this is really scary!” It is so important when you are brand new in the industry to cut yourself some slack! It's going to take a while to get your legs, so to speak, and figure out how things work in the industry and your business. Your first year is not to be a rockstar, it's just to become proficient and start learning the skills you need to build your business. There really are only a few fundamentals to this business and once you got it, you got it. It's talking to people, having conversations, it's inviting people to look at your product or service or the business, and then it's following up. Then it's enrolling them as a distributor or it's getting them to sign up as a customer. Then it's just repeating the same process. Whatever your goal is in your business, take the deadline off otherwise it puts so much pressure on you. It doesn't matter when you get there, it just matters that you get there. Everyone that gets involved in the business has different skill sets that they bring to the table. Some of us have a little bit more skill sets than others, but be patient, there's always something to learn that will prepare you to handle future situations. “It's so important not to compare yourself to other people because the journey is your journey. ” - Sarah Zolecki. If you would like to connect with Sarah, you can find her on social media at sarahandtony.com https://www.facebook.com/sarahzolecki https://www.instagram.com/sarahzolecki/ Another tip to help keep the perspective of where you are and where you are going is to create a magic morning. For more information check out www.socialtenacity.com/magicmorning How to get involved If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com! If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!
Improve Your Scores Through Managing Expectations And Picking Smarter Targets with Jon ShermanOn Episode 106 of the Fitness For The Fairways podcast, Joe sat down with Jon Sherman, the owner of Practical Golf and the co-host of the Sweet Spot Podcast.This is one of my favorite episodes to date and the advice that Jon provides will have an immediate impact on your ability to score better. The evening of chatting with Jon I shot my best 9 to date, and you'll have to listen in to this episode to find out if I finally broke 100!What you'll learn from this episode.How to manage your expectations and have more fun playing golfImproving your golf habitsHow to pick smarter targetsWhat is Strokes Gained analytics?What is the most important aspect of golf when it comes to scoring?Ask Joe SegmentWhat types of training help improve golf performance?Things Mentioned In This EpisodeArccos Smart Caddie - Use the coupon code PARFOUR at checkout for 10% off your order.The GrintEp. 59 - Is Golf An Endurance Sport with Kevin SprouseConnect with JonThe Sweet Spot PodcastTwitterWebsiteDon't forget if you have been enjoying the show to leave a 5-star review if you haven't done so already. Please do so wherever you listen!Join the Fitness For The Fairways Facebook group and become a part of the community!
With the social media tools at our fingertips, we are able to put fourth our opinions at the touch of a button. While this has its upsides, it has created a major element of toxicity that sometimes threatens to overwhelm the online discourse as a whole. Join with me as we discuss my theories as to how we might have reacted to the Original Trilogy if these tools had been at our disposal, as well as examine its influence on the Sequel Trilogy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pageturnerstheywerenot/support
It's a challenging world to live in today. It seems as though even our closes friends and family's opinions have. gone from requests to demands. We no longer are expected to do what others want but it seems to be demanded regardless of what's right for ourselves. Everyone is in a different situation, everyone has a different story, background and beliefs. And we should all be able to make our own decisions without external influence. Unconditional love means, it doesn't matter what people do, say or choose. You love them for who they are, not who you want them to be.
This week, Beers on the Pier is dropping more knowledge bombs about the Navy with an AO episode! We have on the show this week AO2 Armenta as he breaks down naval career. We talk about early in his career, why he joined, AO school and the line shacks days. He gives us a few collaterals and cool tid bits you could be involved with in the AO community. Rigo also tells us about the time he almost totaled a helicopter. Tune in for that story and more on this week's episode of Beers on the Pier.
Data privacy is appearing in the headlines more and more as ransomware attacks have exposed how vulnerable governments, institutions, and companies can be to security breaches. Mintel experts from around the globe sit down to discuss the state of data privacy, specifically consumers' privacy expectations, their expectations of brands, and the risk/reward for sharing their data. What steps are consumers taking to safeguard their online behaviour and how will that impact brands? What can marketers learn from the brands that are expertly navigating the present landscape? Listen now to find out how data privacy is playing out in different categories and what challenges lie ahead. Host: Matthew Crabbe, Director of Mintel Trends, APAC. Guests: Rebecca McGrath, Senior Media Analyst, Mintel Reports UK. Alex Milinazzo, Trends Analyst, Americas. Pongsanguan Jiradechakul, Lifestyles Analyst, Mintel Reports Thailand.
Greg, Josh and Nick go over the last week of Blue Jays stories. They discuss Marcus Semien being named player of the month, have a spirited debate over the managing decisions in the Cleveland double header, go over why the clock might not strike midnight on Randal Grichuk's season, and also talk about the return to Buffalo (and the mini-sweep), Ross Stripling's solid turn, injuries and Alex Manoah's rough outing before checking in on Danny Jansen's status. They also answer listener questions and give a Gold Star to Joey Votto.
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Expectations. Some are unrealistic. Some are absent. Some are downright absurd. Part of fruitful ministry is being able to manage expectations both of yourself and your people. In this short episode, the Mad Pastors discuss some expectations they've encountered AND share some encouragement for pastors who are weary.
When you put together a movie with Dave Bautista, Las Vegas, a heist, and a hoard of zombies, you have our attention! Join us for our latest episode as we offer our reactions, break down the faults, and discuss the future of Zack Snyder's latest film, Army of the Dead. Rick gives an unexpected shoutout. David thinks the daughter is worse than Kim Bauer on 24. All that and more! (1:16) Staying Positive and Managing Expectations (4:34) Spoiler-Free Army of the Dead Reactions (27:57) Excess and the Netflix Model (35:15) Popcorn Ratings for Army of the Dead (40:36) Spoiler-Filled Questions About Army of the Dead Don't forget to Follow The Popcorn Diet: Twitter - http://bit.ly/TPDtwitter Facebook - http://bit.ly/TPDfacebook Instagram - http://bit.ly/TPDinstagram Patreon - http://bit.ly/TPDPatreon Find all of our latest episodes, reviews, articles, and more on our website https://www.popcorndietpodcast.com/
Assumptions are the #1 reason we fail in our expectations when hiring and raising capital. Assumptions are drawn when we don’t invest the time to listen to all parties. Asking deeper questions to gather data to support an accurate decision is crucial. What is not uncovered is the reason we make bad hires. Because we inject our own assumptions, needs & bias where the evidence should be. This especially holds true in your hiring process when our needs and desires cloud what is most important, the truth. Our guest today: Brian Franco, Founder & Managing Partner of Meritage Partners. Brian strives for excellence and fairness in deal structure and has a deeply intuitive understanding of the importance of company’s compatibility. He has represented and completed deals with an extremely diverse set of small and mid-sized businesses (SMB's), private equity groups and public companies in a number of industries and has significant experience working with companies in: architecture & engineering, healthcare, manufacturing, logistics, wellness, A.I., software and technology, and professional services. Brian is an expert in aligning expectations in the M&A process. Today we discuss: Managing Expectations with Market Conditions and Expectations when Fundraising & Hiring 3 step process to achieving expectation alignment Challenge today? Capital raisers need to secure time to develop and bring their vision to market. In business as in life, Time is afforded by “capital” ILLUSTRATION: An airplane needs enough runway, a powerful engine or engines , and fuel to develop speed/momentum to get airborne. One without the other will result in catastrophic results EXAMPLE: Amazon did not expect to make a profit for four to five years QUESTION: Will you expect Capital Providers to wait months or years to return a profit? Does the investment opportunity meet the investors expectations? Time requirement Return on Investment Balanced Risk & Reward Is their alignment among the founders and the investors? Cultural alignment Is the founder/team coachable? Is the founder a “rebel” or a “cowboy/cowgirl”? Is there TRUST, Is there a Perception of risk when it comes to the topics of: Operational Control Financial Control Investing in the PERSON or TEAM to execute the vision or the business plan Note: Visionaries aren’t always the best integrators STORY: Some of us are familiar with the story about Steve Jobs leaving Apple in 1985 for 12 years and then returning in 1997 To manage you must first understand LISTENING Why is this important to the company? Understanding alignment empowers us and allows us to understand how to meet expectations and then meeting those expectations leads to SUCCESS Qualified leadership team: is their personal goodwill or collateral in past successes? Relevant experience in leadership Rick’s Nuggets Assume nothing- eliminate your needs, desires & bias Listening is the only way to understand Understanding is the key to truth Truth is the springboard to success How do we solve the problem of managing expectations? It is as simple as “Listening” and “Educating” ourselves so that we align and meet expectations of Capital Raisers and Capital Providers. Identify what is Achievable Listening Education Educating clients on what the ‘market’ is likely to offer them Aligning expectations to market practices or offerings (reality) Plan & Equip Identify relevant investors Develop Pitch Deck and Memorandum to articulate a consistent message Experience and ability to Assembling the team and identifying strengths and weaknesses (don’t put the strongest person in any position simply because they are “strong” align their strengths with the organization because they are qualified and capable) Rick’s Nuggets Understand the person the business needs Target: Research, network & connect with 5-10 potential candidates Execute Have conversations to determine positioning alignment Key Takeaways -Value: Don’t get in the way of your vision (don’t be too rigid) Put an allstar team together Be coachable Links LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/briantfranco/ Websites: https://meritage-partners.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrianTFranco This show is proudly sponsored by Criteria Crop: https://www.criteriacorp.com/
Where do expectations come from and what impact do they have on us? How do we frame those expectations and ensure they are realistic? Becky P. shares some thoughts on how to examine the expectations we hold in our life and how to curate them in a way that gives us the space and freedom to succeed. You will feel inspired to unshackle yourself from unrealistic expectations and open yourself up to new expectations that can foster more peace and contentment. SPONSOR: Visit beckyproudfit.com and click on “Clarity Coaching” to apply. SHOW NOTES: From “Managing Unrealistic Expectations” by Holly Hudson: 1 - If you’re not willing to give voice to your expectations you have to let them go. 2 - Don’t put a time limit on your expectations. 3 - Accept people for who they are. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @BeckyHigginsLLC and @BeckyProudfit. THANKS FOR THE LOVE! Love the podcast? Please share with your friends, tag us in your Instagram stories, and leave a review on iTunes!
Where do expectations come from and what impact do they have on us? How do we frame those expectations and ensure they are realistic? Becky P. shares some thoughts on how to examine the expectations we hold in our life and how to curate them in a way that gives us the space and freedom to succeed. You will feel inspired to unshackle yourself from unrealistic expectations and open yourself up to new expectations that can foster more peace and contentment. SPONSOR: Visit beckyproudfit.com and click on “Clarity Coaching” to apply. SHOW NOTES: From “Managing Unrealistic Expectations” by Holly Hudson: 1 - If you're not willing to give voice to your expectations you have to let them go. 2 - Don't put a time limit on your expectations. 3 - Accept people for who they are. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @BeckyHigginsLLC and @BeckyProudfit. THANKS FOR THE LOVE! Love the podcast? Please share with your friends, tag us in your Instagram stories, and leave a review on iTunes!
This week we're celebrating our one millionth podcast download, something neither of us imagined when we started. And it made us think about expectations ... where do they come from? What effect do they have? And how can we learn to manage them? During the course of the discussion, we unpick the difference between intentions and expectations and discuss whether Shakespeare had it right when he declared that "expectation is the root of all heartache.” This episode starts with a rather long discussion about technical challenges, which is so on the money - because none of us expect that, when we decide to become an artist, we will spend large amounts of our time solving technology problems. But, it turns out to be a large part of the life of a working artist. As always, that gap (between what we expect and what is reality) can really catch us out. Perhaps the answer is to have no expectations, but neither of us can claim to have attained that level of enlightenment just yet. But maybe being aware of the trap, and catching ourselves when we fall into it, is all we need to do. Mentioned Small Pleasures by Clare Chambers https://www.amazon.co.uk/Small-Pleasures-Between-Covers-Book/dp/147461390X/ Alice's Connected Artist Club is opening soon - sign up to be notified here: http://alicesheridan.com/artists/ Find our websites and sign up for our newsletters at: www.alicesheridan.com www.louisefletcherart.com Follow us on Instagram: @alicesheridanstudio @louisefletcher_art "Monkeys Spinning Monkeys" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Why getting it right is the most important thing you can do to have a successful business. Walker shares stories and actionable advice you can use today to make more money and make your life easier! www.walkermckay.com Facebook: @coachwalkermckay Instagram: @nobssalesschool LinkedIn: @walkermckay Twitter: @walkermckay
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