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Insert:Human
Encore Episode - Winning the Battle Between Fear and Possibility

Insert:Human

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 17:03


Progress means taking risks, but sometimes we let fear paralyze us. We allow fear to make us think it's impossible to move from where we are—that it's safer to stay put. On the other hand, the bold ignore their fears, which is problematic in itself as it invites an array of dangers and risks. How do we manage the right balance between fear and possibility? In this episode, I explain how to win the battle between fear and possibility. I discuss why having too much fear or possibility is terrible and reveal how to achieve the correct ratio. I describe how I let fear rule some of my major life decisions and the long-term effects thereof. I relate fear and possibility to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and list the three questions we need to ask ourselves. I also explore why the US is currently operating in fear."Whatever we seek to transform, we can only succeed if the force of possibility within us outweighs the force of fear." - Chris ColbertThis week on Insert:Human●      Achieving the right ratio between fear and possibility●      Why too much fear or possibility is bad●      Some major decisions I made out of fear●      Reviewing Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs●      What allowed me to find a better ratio●      Asking ourselves about mastery, autonomy, and purpose●      How the pandemic threw everything into a fear-based tailspin●      The fear of loss surrounding the US today●      My one wish for the worldResources Mentioned:●      Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs●      Book: A Course in Miracles by Helen SchucmanInsert:Human - For a Better Life & Better WorldThanks for tuning into this week's episode of Insert:Human. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | SpotifyBe sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more seekers and problem-solvers, like you. Join me on Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin. For more exclusive content and to claim your free copy of the first chapter of my upcoming book, Technology is Dead, visit my website.

The Psychology Podcast
Gabor Maté || The Myth of Normal

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 72:44 Very Popular


Today we welcome Dr. Gabor Maté. A physician, renowned speaker, and bestselling author, Gabor is highly sought after for his expertise on addiction, stress, and childhood development. For his groundbreaking medical work and writing, he has been awarded the Order of Canada, his country's highest civilian distinction. He is also a co-developer of Compassionate Inquiry, a therapeutic approach for deep healing and transformation. His newest book is called The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness & Healing in a Toxic Culture.In this episode, I talk to Gabor Maté about The Myth of Normal. Healthcare in Western societies tend to focus on physical health, without accounting for an individual's lived experience. The tension between authenticity and attachment and the pressures of a capitalist culture puts undue stress on our minds and bodies. Dr. Maté invites us to rethink trauma and disease, by emphasizing holistic well-being and the role of agency. We also touch on the topics of early childhood, epigenetics, and self-improvement. Website: drgabormate.comTwitter: @drgabormate Topics02:36 The Myth of Normal06:14 Maslow's Metagrumbles10:25 From individual to global well-being13:25 Authenticity vs attachment20:48 No separation of psyche and soma28:05 Trauma is what happens inside you33:34 Dr. Gabor Maté's early childhood 37:20 Trauma denial and victimhood mentality41:05 Disease is a long term process45:21 Epigenetics and the role of environment50:24 Screening for special and gifted education52:45 Pathways to wholeness58:01 The four A's of healing 1:06:44 Compassionate Inquiry1:10:16 Authentic satisfaction

Kids These Days Podcast
You Can't Have Maslow Before Blooms

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 13:06


On today's episode, Haney talks about two leading theories in early childhood:  Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and Bloom's Taxonomy.  Listen in as she explores these theories and then describes a teaching practice that can be applied to all of the children in your care – meeting Maslow Before Bloom.  Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred. To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.   To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/  Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com  Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpod Music credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat  License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/   

GM Word of the Week

The last time we were here we talked a bit about Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and then swiftly passed on to other things.But there were some things we left out. Some things that need to be mentioned. Because, you see, there is much made of Maslow and his Hierarchy and maybe, just maybe, it's a little too much. Even though we think we understand it, there are problems. Not just with our understanding, but also with the Hierarchy itself. If you are going to pay attention to it you might want to know what its faults are. So let's take a look at Maslow and try to avoid making any unwarranted assumptions.You can help support GM Word of the Week at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Fiddleback

Flourish.Mom Podcast
The Meaning of Life? Be Courageous | Flourish with Diane Planidin | Maslow - Human Nature

Flourish.Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 5:16


Dare to listen to yourself. Dare, at each moment in life, to speak your truth. Take the steps toward self actualization and you will be guaranteed a better life.  Reach Peak Experience by making up your own mind and ignoring outside influences.  Emerge yourself and look within to develop your own mindset. Join us as we explore human nature and the behaviours that lead to self-actualization through A.H. Maslow.  These episodes are devoted to those behaviours that will make a difference in the person you are becoming. Live an Inspired Life and go for it - Dare to be Different! #Being #psychology  #flourish    Find out more about Flourish at the links below: ➡️ https://www.Flourish.Mom ➡️ Facebook https://www.Facebook.Com/Flourish.Mom ➡️ Twitter: https://www.Twitter.Com/FlourishMom ➡️ Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/FlourishMom ➡️ Pinterest: https://www.Pinterest.ca/WowFlourishMom ➡️ Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/7AqRHclI9XA  

Unpacking Mormonism
005 - Four Pillars of Wellness & Self-Care

Unpacking Mormonism

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 90:52


Time for us to ask ourselves; are we practicing the type of self-care that leads to long-term wellness? Reach out and let us know how you are feeling. How is your head? How is your heart? daisygirlcommunications@gmail.com Westbrook's Pillars of Wellness: physical health, mental health, emotional health, spiritual health.  Maslow's Hiearchy of Needs Reptilian complex: The reptilian complex (also known as the "R-complex", "reptilian brain" or "lizard brain") was the name MacLean gave to the basal ganglia, structures derived from the floor of the forebrain during development. The term derives from the idea that comparative neuroanatomists once believed that the forebrains of reptiles and birds were dominated by these structures. MacLean proposed that the reptilian complex was responsible for species-typical instinctual behaviours involved in aggression, dominance, territoriality, and ritual displays. “Untamed”, Glennon Doyle “On grief and grieving” by David Kessler and Elizabeth Kubler-Ross “Total Money Makeover” by Dave Ramsey Self-Care Wheel This Is What ‘Self-Care' REALLY Means, Because It's Not All Salt Baths And Chocolate Cake  

Out Of The Clouds
Siddha Jain on bold branding, creative confidence, and bringing your full self to work

Out Of The Clouds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 99:36


The guest for this interview of Out of the Clouds is Siddha Jain, Chief Business Officer at Bombae, by Bombay Shaving Company,  a premium women's personal care and grooming brand launched during the pandemic. Siddha is a savvy and creative executive who in her own words followed the expected track, first studying hard to first become an engineer, then obtaining an MBA, and later becoming a consultant at Bain & Company. Host Anne invites Siddha to talk about her story (hint: her goal is to prove herself). She explains how her mother imbued her with vision and taught her the value of being persistent. She then reveals her own vision, with the not-so-hidden aim to become an expert in other fields, essentially a ‘jack of all trades.' Siddha also brings her ikigai, the Japanese concept of having a sense of purpose, and shares how her passion for dance and creating events are extracurricular pursuits that connect her to the greater purpose of her life. The pair touch on Bombae's values and the content strategies that the brand uses to connect with its customers, including a collaboration with India's top women stand-up comedians. And, as a woman at the executive level, Siddha offers her thoughts about what helps her feel confident as well as how and why she brings her full self to work. Then Anne asks Siddha to talk about what it's like to build a brand and design products for a bold and cheeky consumer. Bombae's mission around hair removal is raised, which leads them to explore the complex relationship women in India and around the world have with their body and facial hair. A deeply engaging interview with a thoughtful and passionate woman. Happy listening!***Selected links from episode You can find Siddha Jain on Instagram @eat.dance.styleawayand on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/siddha-jain-65a88353/Maslow's hierarchy of needs https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.htmlUnmaad Festival - https://www.unmaad.com/Bain & Company India - https://www.bain.com/offices/india/Jack of all trades full quote - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_of_all_trades,_master_of_noneRoland Mouret - https://rolandmouret.com/Margaret Mead quote - Never doubtCoke Studio TV program - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coke_Studio_(Indian_TV_program)#BreakTheHairarchy - https://brandequity.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/advertising/bombay-shaving-company-women-asks-women-to-breakthehairarchy-in-new-campaign/90019262?redirect=1Actress Alaya F - https://www.instagram.com/alayaf/?hl=enStarboy by the Weeknd - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34Na4j8AVgAA Man Called Ove, the novel https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18774964-a-man-called-ove *** If you enjoyed this episode, click subscribe for more, and consider writing a review of the show on Apple Podcasts, we really appreciate your support and feedback, thank you  so much for listening! For all notes and transcripts, please visit Out Of The Clouds on Simplecast - https://out-of-the-clouds.simplecast.com/  Sign up for Anne's email newsletter for more from Out of the Clouds at https://annevmuhlethaler.com. Follow Anne: Twitter: @annvi  IG: @_outoftheclouds   

Empowered By Design
Love Heals, Ep.84

Empowered By Design

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:12


Love Heals, and at Visionistas By Design, we empower you to fly.  Tune in to this episode for a message of hope, healing, empowerment, and love.  I share the poem, Si Tu Me Olvidas, by Pablo Neruda and use it to illustrate the power of love in my life. I invite you to reflect upon the healing power of love in your life. I share our formula for nurturing yourself - Body, Mind, Heart, Soul, and Spirit - and discuss the connection to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and the Chakras.     Share the LOVE and spread the POWER!! Share the episode with someone you love and subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss a thing!   #84 | Season 4, Ep. 7 Download the FUN Love! Formula design guide here (it's FREE!): https://www.drlyz.com/fun-love  Visit the Empowered By Design Podcast episode website for time stamps, resources, links, and more! https://www.drlyz.com/blog/podcast-84     

The Morality of Everyday Things
Are luxuries immoral? Part 2

The Morality of Everyday Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:39


The second in a two-parter where we discuss whether luxury goods are immoral. In a true return to form, this is a specific argument we have literally had over the office lunch table, originating from Ant's throwaway statement that he "doesn't get the point of jewellery" and "thinks it's ridiculously wasteful". In order to dissect whether luxuries are immoral, we first break down what exactly counts as a luxury, and secondly explore what exactly would make them immoral.In this episode, it's all about discussing the opportunity cost of money spent on things that aren't strictly needed. Particularly, this comes through the lens of our last episode where we discuss luxuries of 2 sorts, expensive but perhaps 'good value' and offering some valid sort of self-esteem/self actualisation benefit within Maslow's hierarchy of needs, or another sort where it's frivolous and perhaps the user derives self esteem, but we may question whether that's a legitimate sort of esteem. We then particularly frame this morally considering the ideas of Peter Singer (i.e. all money you spend could be used to save lives, how should that affect your decision making?) vs Susan Wolf (i.e. not everything is about optimizing moral outcomes, it would create a sad and dreary life where we could not pursue anything of what makes the human experience so rich).Support the show:Please leave us a review! Spotify even now let's you do it - see that little star icon - go on, give it a click. Reviews are a great way to help others find the show, and it makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. If you're a fan of the show, please consider signing up to our Patreon. A small subscription of just $1 goes a long way towards supporting the show - and it makes us feel pretty great too. https://www.patreon.com/moedt.Know anyone who likes to think about or debate the kind of topics we cover? Spread the word - and you'll have our gratitude. Keep up to date with future episodes on our website here: https://moedt.substack.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Podcast dekadensiotak
20. Ngomongin lonjakan pemutaran dan teori kebutuhan maslow

Podcast dekadensiotak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 23:49


Ngomongin podcast ini yang tiba-tiba banyak didenger dan bacot tentang teori kebutuhan maslow

Mental Health for Christian Women
Can Christianity and Psychology Agree On Our Basic Human Needs?

Mental Health for Christian Women

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 16:13


Have you heard of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs? It's a standard thing in most psychology textbooks, but there is a Book that is much more knowledgeable...the Bible. How does this psychological theory of human needs and the Christian worldview mesh?  Listen in.

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Flourish.Mom Podcast
The Meaning of Life? Taking Responsibility | Flourish with Diane Planidin | Maslow - Human Nature

Flourish.Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:19


Reach Peak Experience by taking responsibility for yourself and your life.  That means when in doubt, be honest with yourself and with others. Today I share a personal tip on what I do when I make a mistake and what to say in order to take ownership so you can move forward. That's the important part, move forward.  Once you have taken ownership do not allow others to beret you.  Move forward - Be who you are and make your own choices. Join us as we explore human nature and the behaviours that lead to self-actualization.  These episodes are devoted to those behaviours that will make a difference in the person you are becoming. Live an Inspired Life and self actualize your life! #Being #psychology  #flourish    Find out more about Flourish at the links below: ➡️ https://www.Flourish.Mom ➡️ Facebook https://www.Facebook.Com/Flourish.Mom ➡️ Twitter: https://www.Twitter.Com/FlourishMom ➡️ Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/FlourishMom ➡️ Pinterest: https://www.Pinterest.ca/WowFlourishMom ➡️ Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/mu8kldNx16w  

Don't Panic Radio Show
BOD E06. Avocado Currency. Better off Dad with Paul and Steve

Don't Panic Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 57:36


Working to Live or Living to Work? How to raise our kids with an abundance mindset in an increasing scarce world. Or, how many avocados does rent cost? The post that started it: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs (H/T to Pauly V) Podcast episode where Zoomers talk about the world they are inheriting from us: It Could Happen Here: The 9/11 Cult

Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Scott Barry Kaufman and Jordyn Feingold on CHOOSE GROWTH: Transcend Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt EP 188

Passion Struck with John R. Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 56:04 Transcription Available


Scott Barry Kaufman and Jordyn Feingold join the Passion Struck podcast to discuss their new book Chose Growth: A workbook for Transcending Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt. Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D., is a cognitive scientist and humanistic psychologist exploring the depths of human potential. He is a professor at Columbia University and director of the Center for Human Potential. Dr. Kaufman has authored ten books and is the host of The Psychology Podcast. Dr. Jordyn H. Feingold, MD, MAPP, MSCR, is a resident physician in psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in NYC, a well-being researcher, and a positive psychology practitioner. Her research and clinical interests involve protecting and promoting healthcare worker and patient well-being and incorporating positive psychology approaches into healthcare delivery. -►Purchase Choose Growth: https://amzn.to/3qtOiAv (Amazon Link) -► Get the full show notes: https://passionstruck.com/jordyn-feingold-scott-barry-kaufman-chose-growth/  --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/5AUqIr9tk24  --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the Passion Struck Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283  Thank you, Dry Farm Wines and Indeed, For Your Support Dry Farm Wines have No Chemical Additives for Aroma, Color, Flavor, or Texture Enhancement. Dry Farm Wines - The Only Natural Wine Club That Goes Above and Beyond Industry Standards. For Passion Struck listeners: Dry Farm Wines offers an extra bottle in your first box for a penny (because it's alcohol, it can't be free). See all the details and collect your wine at https://www.dryfarmwines.com/passionstruck/. With Indeed, you can search for millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career. With tools for job search, resumes, company reviews, and more. Head to https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck, where you can receive a $75 credit to attract, interview, and hire in one place. In this episode, Scott Barry Kaufman and Jordyn Feingold Discuss Their New Book Choose Growth: Scott Barry Kaufman, Jordyn Feingold, and I discuss how you can use their new workbook, Choose Growth, to guide you on your journey to growth and continual pursuit of self-actualization. The book expands on Dr. Kaufman's previous book, Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization, by providing a collection of exercises that are grounded in the latest positive psychology research and humanistic psychology principles to overcome trauma, self-doubt, and fear. We discuss: How Jordyn and Scott met and why it changed Jordyn's approach to medicine. Scott discusses his popular science of living course at Columbia University. What explore the concept of self-transcendence and Maslow's work Why life is not a linear journey but more like the path of a sailboat The importance of anchoring yourself Embracing high-quality connections Why is big talk more valuable than small talk How to develop healthy self-esteem Expanding your comfort zone by facing fear The power of exploration Becoming a transcender and the keys to savoring life Where to Find Scott Barry Kaufman Website: https://scottbarrykaufman.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottbarrykaufman/  Psychology Podcast: https://scottbarrykaufman.com/podcast/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/sbkaufman  Where to Find Jordyn Feingold Website: http://positivepsychologyforphysicians.com/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/JordynFeingold  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordynfeingold/    -- John R. Miles is the CEO, and Founder of PASSION STRUCK®, the first of its kind company, focused on impacting real change by teaching people how to live Intentionally. He is on a mission to help people live a no-regrets life that exalts their victories and lets them know they matter in the world. For over two decades, he built his own career applying his research of passion struck leadership, first becoming a Fortune 50 CIO and then a multi-industry CEO. He is the executive producer and host of the top-ranked Passion Struck Podcast, selected as one of the Top 50 most inspirational podcasts in 2022. Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/  ===== FOLLOW JOHN ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Twitter: https://twitter.com/Milesjohnr * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m * Medium: https://medium.com/@JohnRMiles​ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_r_miles * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesjohn/ * Blog: https://johnrmiles.com/blog/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_sruck_podcast  

DarrinChatter Podcast
Blog #314 Money only solves Money problems

DarrinChatter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 10:44


A look at basic needs, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, and more

Edge of the Web - An SEO Podcast for Today's Digital Marketer
530 | The Two Essential Ingredients of SEO w/Michel Fortin

Edge of the Web - An SEO Podcast for Today's Digital Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 39:14


The second segment of our Michel Fortin interview goes from helpful content straight into the customer's search intent. Are we meeting them on the road to their solution with insightful, useful content, or is our SEO page built for keyword ranking? We may be in a new world of pruning and reworking content, shaking off some old habits and replacing them with a new discipline of careful evaluation. Check out the first segment of our interview with Michel Fortin, a 30-year vet in the SEO industry and a pivotal player in our quest to understand how we can be helpful. [00:05:28] The Three P's: Presence, Prominence, and Performance [00:08:34] Where Are You Standing Out? [00:11:20] Are We Along Their Journey? [00:12:41] Google's Changing Things for a Reason! [00:14:28] Answer Three Key Questions [00:15:40] EDGE of the Web Title Sponsor:Site Strategics [00:16:38] SEO Boils Down to Two Essential Ingredients [00:20:50] Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs [00:24:11] Focus on Quality Signals [00:27:14] QRG Married to the Helpful Content Update [00:29:20] Is the Ranking Content Going to Have to Be Rewritten? [00:33:20] Machine Learning is Just Getting Started Thanks to our sponsors! Site Strategics https://www.sitestrategics.com  Follow Michel: https://www.twitter.com/michelfortin/ https://www.facebook.com/michelguyfortin/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelguyfortin/  https://www.instagram.com/michelguyfortin/  Michel's recent article: https://www.wix.com/seo/learn/resource/user-first-seo Google's recent update announcement: https://developers.google.com/search/blog/2022/08/helpful-content-update

Easy Turkish: Learn Turkish with everyday conversations | Günlük sohbetlerle Türkçe öğrenin

İki genç yetişkin olarak, gelecekten beklentilerimizin temelinde yer alan endişelerimizi konuşuyoruz. İhtiyaçlarımızı karşılayabilecek ve kendimizi gerçekleştirebilecek miyiz? Çağımızın sorunu olan gelecek kaygısı bu bölümümüzün konusu. Interactive Transcript and Vocab Helper Support Easy Turkish and get interactive transcripts and live vocabulary for all our episodes: easyturkish.fm/membership Show Notes Maslow'un İhtiyaçlar Hiyerarşisi: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow'shierarchyof_needs John Steinbeck - Gazap Üzümleri: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/TheGrapesof_Wrath Transcript Intro Müzik Haftanın Konusu Emin: [0:20] Herkese merhaba. Easy Turkish Podcast'in yeni bölümüne hepiniz hoş geldiniz. Ben Emin. Bugün yine Cihat'la beraberiz. Nasılsın Cihat? Cihat: [0:29] İyiyim Emin. Teşekkür ederim. Sen nasılsın? Emin: [0:32] Ben de iyiyim. Ama sesin biraz yorgun geliyor. İyi misin, gerçekten? Cihat: [0:36] Ya bir haftadır tatildeydim. Aslında çok dinlenmiş olarak gelmeyi bekliyordum ama yol beni çok yordu, dönüş yolu. Çok fazla dinlenemedim. O yüzden bugün dinlenmeye çalıştım birazcık. Ama aynı zamanda çalışıyordum da. İstanbul hayatına tekrar uyum sağlamaya çalışıyorum. Ondan biraz aklım dolu ve vücudum yorgun diyebilirim. Emin: [0:59] Neredeydin? Cihat: [1:00] Bodrum'daydım bir haftadır.. Emin: [1:01] Neler yaptın? Cihat: [1:04] Deniz tatili. Hep konuştuk ya burada nasıl tatiller yapmayı düşünüyorsun diye. Hem yeni şeyler tecrübe ettim hem biraz denize girdim. Güzel, keyifliydi yani. Yeni bir şehir benim için Bodrum. Çok bildiğim bir yer değil. İnsanların yazları gitmekten bıktığı bir yer olsa da benim için çok yeni bir tecrübe yani. İlk defa sonuçta çocukluğumdan bu yana gidiyorum. Emin: [1:30] Seneye bir daha giderim diyor musun? Cihat: [1:33] Zannetmiyorum. Başka yerler de var gidecek ya. Farklı yerlere de gidilebilir. Bodrum'dan biraz bir haftada alacağımı almış gibi hissediyorum açıkçası. Emin: [1:42] O kadar da beğenmedin, tekrar tekrar gidecek kadar da beğenmedin yani? Support Easy Turkish and get interactive transcripts and live vocabulary for all our episodes: easyturkish.fm/membership

Self-Made CEO with Adrienne Finch
The Secret To Finding Fulfillment in EVERYDAY Things

Self-Made CEO with Adrienne Finch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:46


If you feel like your life is boring or you lack a true purpose, this episode might CHANGE YOUR LIFE! In this episode, you'll learn 5 easy ways to truly find fulfillment every single day, even within our mundane (and often boring) daily routines. We'll discuss the common cliche “life is about the journey, not the destination,” and the powerful significance it actually holds. We'll discuss why humans NEED fulfillment, and why we're wired to have a hard time finding it (think Maslow's hierarchy of needs). And finally, the importance of finding fulfillment in everyday things as opposed to viewing it as the final stop on the train called life. So buckle up, it's self-actualization time!   For more MINDSET MASTERY ⬇ Join our DISCORD and chat all things manifestation, mindset mastery, & more!  Self-Made Mastery Instagram Adrienne's YouTube Channel Adrienne's Instagram For booking and other inquiries: selfmademasteryinfo@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Converging Dialogues
#158 - Ancient Brains, Modern Times: A Dialogue with Douglas Kenrick & David Lundberg-Kenrick

Converging Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 124:55


In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Douglas Kenrick and David Lundberg-Kenrick about the evolutionary adaptations of the human body and brain. They discuss their pyramid of needs being rooted in evolution and juxtaposing it with Maslow's hierarchy of needs. They talk about evolution mismatches and tradeoffs and the values of behaviorism for adaptive change. They discuss tribalism, friendships, prestige/dominance, romantic relationships, family, and many other topics.  Douglas Kenrick is a social psychologist and professor of psychology Arizona State University. His interests are evolutionary biology and cognitive science to understand social interactions, decision-making, and creativity. He is the author of numerous books including the most recent book, Solving Modern Problems with A Stone-Aged Brain. You can find his work here. Twitter: @douglastkenrick David Lundberg-Kenrick is the media outreach program manager at Arizona State University. He attended film school in New York and has an extensive background in multimedia education and working on various documentaries. He is the co-author of Solving Modern Problems with A stone-Aged Brain. Twitter: @lundbergkenrick

Flourish.Mom Podcast
The Meaning of Life? It's your Choice | Flourish with Diane Planidin | Maslow - Human Nature

Flourish.Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 5:45


Reach Peak Experience by making up your own mind and ignoring outside influences.  Emerge yourself and look within to develop your own mindset. This is it!  The moment to make the most of your life and live it to the fullest. Be who you are and make your own choices. Join us as we explore human nature and the behaviours that lead to self-actualization.  These episodes are devoted to those behaviours that will make a difference in the person you are becoming. Live an Inspired Life and go for it - keep the fires burning! #Being #psychology  #flourish    Find out more about Flourish at the links below: ➡️ https://www.Flourish.Mom ➡️ Facebook https://www.Facebook.Com/Flourish.Mom ➡️ Twitter: https://www.Twitter.Com/FlourishMom ➡️ Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/FlourishMom ➡️ Pinterest: https://www.Pinterest.ca/WowFlourishMom ➡️ Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/y0Kx05Cw3a0  

Black Man With A Gun Show
Tips To Live Your Best Life

Black Man With A Gun Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 19:42


  Training, living, growing, and being sure of where you stand. Ref: Proverbs 4:7 Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs blackmanwithagun@gmail.com    CitizensSafety.com Crossbreedholsters.com Blanchardnetwork.com    Support the show and this brother at https://patreon.com/blackmanwithagun 

The Morality of Everyday Things
Are luxuries immoral? Part 1

The Morality of Everyday Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:47


The first in a two-parter where we discuss whether luxury goods are immoral. In a true return to form, this is a specific argument we have literally had over the office lunch table, originating from Ant's throwaway statement that he "doesn't get the point of jewellery" and "thinks it's ridiculously wasteful". In order to dissect whether luxuries are immoral, we first break down what exactly counts as a luxury, and secondly explore what exactly would make them immoral.In this episode, it's all about discussing what luxuries even are. We begin with some general and economic definitions, and then get into what makes something feel like a luxury, beyond some sterile definitions. It all comes down to what is and isn't necessary, and we come up with 2 sub-sets of luxuries to consider: things that are expensive and not necessary, but at least conceivably 'good value', and things that are expensive and not necessary, and are purely expensive as a means of conspicuous spending. We discuss Maslow's heirarchy of needs, distinguishing the difference between 'needs' for literal survival, and 'needs' for greater fulfillment, and several interesting examples of ostentatious spending.Support the show:Please leave us a review! Spotify even now let's you do it - see that little star icon - go on, give it a click. Reviews are a great way to help others find the show, and it makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. If you're a fan of the show, please consider signing up to our Patreon. A small subscription of just $1 goes a long way towards supporting the show - and it makes us feel pretty great too. https://www.patreon.com/moedt.Know anyone who likes to think about or debate the kind of topics we cover? Spread the word - and you'll have our gratitude. Keep up to date with future episodes on our website here: https://moedt.substack.com/ Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sell More Courses Podcast | Hosted by Arne Giske
Ep. 20 - Ascending Maslow's Hierarchy

Sell More Courses Podcast | Hosted by Arne Giske

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 6:35


Ascending Maslow's Hierarchy As WINNERS we always have to level up, or else we stay stagnant or fall behind.    This podcast will share ways to keep winning with tips, stories, strategies, and mindsets to adapt so you can stay GREAT forever.   Every challenge you have is a new attempt at greatness, and you always have the choice to be great. So let's do it together!

Unpacking Mormonism
003 - School Thy Feelings

Unpacking Mormonism

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 97:34


Mason was given homework and he delivers some interesting insights into how feelings and emotional responses are categorized in scriptures and talks. Let's not criminalize our emotional responses; they are not an indication of your morality. What you do as a result of your emotions is what can be damaging. We can respond to our amygdala responsibly, our podcast will help, because you can still be in a good place, even with changes to make in your life.  We love hearing from you, drop us a line and let us know how your heart and head are doing.  daisygirlcommunications@gmail.com This episode references:  Mormon Stories episode 1338, Haley Wilson Lemmon Holy Bible Ephesians 4:26, 31 Colossians 3:8 Psalms 37:8 (7-9) Proverbs 22:24-25 Ecclesiastes 7:9  3 Nephi 12:22 (Book of Mormon)/Matthew 5:22 22 ​But I say unto you, that whosoever is ​​​angry​ with his brother shall be in danger of his judgment. And whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council; and whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire. Thomas S Monson Oct 2009 General Conference, School thy feelings  LDS hymnal, #336, School thy feelings Lynn G Robbins- April 1998 General conference. Agency and Anger Brene Brown- Power of Vulnerability  Marc Bracket- Permission to feel Maslow's Hierarchy of needs

The Dreamers Podcast | Motivation and Self improvement
DAY 26 - Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs for Happiness and Fulfilment

The Dreamers Podcast | Motivation and Self improvement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 12:42


Today I talk about Maslow Hierarchy of needs to learn more about the building blocks of our happiness and fulfilment. I find this a really helpful tool to understand and dissect my life and what I may be missing in my life to build stronger happiness and fulfilment. What I'm reading: https://amzn.to/3co1cfJ Audible version: https://amzn.to/3dWmfGS 30 day FREE trial Audible: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Audible-Free-Trial-Digital-Membership/dp/B00OPA2XFG?tag=dreamerspodca-21 Support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/TheDreamersPodcast Music by: Lukrembo

Maestros del Escalamiento: A podcast by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization
Equilibrar la innovación con el espíritu empresarial - Agustin Linenberg

Maestros del Escalamiento: A podcast by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 51:15


Agustin Linenberges cofundador de Aerolab, inversor en Maslow, Mentor de Google, Newtopia VC y ADPList Conoce la historia completa de Agustin Linenberg en esta edición de Maestros del Escalamiento junto a Daniel Marcos.                                                  INFO FINAL  Conoce más de Agustin Linenberg en: LinkedIn Conoce más de EO en: LinkedIn

de Erno Hannink Show | Betere Beslissingen, Beter Bedrijf
De SDG's en IDG's als raamwerk voor betere besluiten – Frank Landman

de Erno Hannink Show | Betere Beslissingen, Beter Bedrijf

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 69:57


Vandaag het gesprek met Frank Landman. Frank van origine Bestuurskundige is gespecialiseerd in verandermanagement, projectmanagement en openbaar bestuur. Daarnaast heeft hij veel ervaring op het gebied van sustainable development goals (SDG's). Hij adviseert organisaties bij transformatieprocessen en het vertalen van mondiale vraagstukken naar lokale actie. In zijn rol als directeur van de gemeente Rheden leidde hij met succes de transformatie van de gemeente naar een SDG-netwerkorganisatie.  Als voorzitter van de Raad van Toezicht van de Foundation for Global Goals draagt zijn samenwerking met onder andere hoge scholen en universiteiten bij aan de voortgang van de SDG Agenda 2030 van de Verenigde Naties in Nederlandse gemeenten. Hij werkt al jaren in Afrika (Zuid-Afrika en Rwanda) op het gebied van Huisvesting, Toerisme en Recreatie, Burgerparticipatie en Local Economic Development (LED). Je gaat luisteren naar een super gesprek waarin ik onder andere leerde over de SDG's, collectief leiderschap, de vijf verschillende intelligenties. Laten we beginnen… In gesprek met Frank Landman leerde ik: We zijn gewend om vanuit een lineair economisch systeem naar de wereld te kijken.Er is voldoende ruimte en voedsel. Het gaat over de herverdelingen.Collectief leiderschap gebruiken om verandering realiseren over de landsgrenzen heen.Ecologie, sociale en economische ontwikkeling gebruiken in je keuzes.Wat is de impact van een zonnepanelen en elektrische auto's op de sociale en ecologische ontwikkeling? We moeten de samenhang gaan zien.Biodiversiteit in Nederland toegenomen, tegelijkertijd grootste afnemer van soja uit het regenwoud in Zuid Amerika en vernietigen daar veel meer biodiversiteit. Het overloop effect is te groot.Dit vraagt collectief leiderschap. Er zijn genoeg partijen die deze gevolgen kunnen overzien.Film Breaking boundaries op Netflix https://www.stockholmresilience.org/research/research-news/2021-04-30-new-netflix-documentary-brings-the-planetary-boundaries-to-the-world.html Oproep van de paus 2015 Laudato Si' https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laudato_Si%27 De oceanen, de lucht en het land lijken niet een eigenaar te hebben.Een wereldwijde footprint van 1,75 aardes per jaar. Nederland is dit zelfs 3,6 aardes per jaar.Artikel over piramide van Maslow op de wereld. Artikel op LinkedIn Behoeftepiramide voor de wereld: een universele ontwikkeling naar welzijn https://www.linkedin.com/posts/frank-landman-8ba3635_behoeftepiramide-voor-de-wereld-een-universele-activity-6965909485726879744-V1CLDe footprint van de aarde moet eerst onder de 1,0 komen. We staan ecologische volledig in het rood.Streven van welvaart naar welzijn om de aarde weer gezond te krijgen.Van ego naar eco weer onderdeel worden van het ecosysteem. Naar seva dienstbaar zijn naar de aarde. Een positieve bijdrage leveren aan de natuur.Biomygreen heet nu Soil Best https://www.soilbest.nl/nl/ - denken vanuit de SDGOperatie steenbreek https://steenbreek.nl/ Waterverbruik bedrijven https://www.binnenlandsbestuur.nl/financien/water-moet-duurder-worden-voor-bedrijven - top drie Tata steel, gem. Delft en Parenco terwijl ze maar € 100 hiervoor betalen. Geen motivatie om te verminderen.We nemen besluiten veel te veel rationeel.Vijf intelligenties: ecologische, sociale, spirituele, fysieke en cognitieve intelligentie. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/frank-landman-8ba3635_nieuw-moreel-kompas-sustainable-development-activity-6947807793076699136-wwnuWe hebben een management kabinet die veel onderwerpen mathematisch benaderen. Gebruik ook de andere intelligenties.De vijf intelligenties gebruiken om betere besluiten te nemen.Verandering kan door verlangen en door een pijn ontstaan.Komt er een verschuiving van macht van het Westen naar Afrika?SDG's - lokaal voor de wereld, en de wereld voor lokaal.Als ik werk aan het groepsbelang dan komt mijn eigen belang ook goed. Het collectief leiderschap.De SDG's vanuit het Anglo Amerikaanse denken en de IDG's vanuit het...

EMPIRE LIFESTYLE
Digital Marketing Certified - CHAPTER 3 - The Value

EMPIRE LIFESTYLE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 18:12


It means a lot of different things to people depending on where they are standing.  But in this chapter, my goal is to first make sure we are standing in the same position before extracting the actual value I want to share with you. --> READ THE BLOG POST HERE https://myempirepro.com/digital-marketing-certified-chapter-3-the-value/   --> WATCH VIDEO VERSION HERE https://youtu.be/lrpQJM1z4mk You are reading this book because you are trying to build a business or organization of some sort right? If that's the case, keep reading. In the last chapter, we talked about “the person(s)” as one of the pillars we must clearly identify before trying to set up marketing campaigns in the digital era.  A failure to do this will simply defeat the purpose; which I am hoping is partly the benefits of tracking down every penny and making sure it doubles itself. You also learned how my 500 and change in credit score saved me from early life bankruptcy.  Personally, I've had some ups and downs naturally in the type of risky and non-conventional journey I chose to embark on; becoming an entrepreneur.  But it's never gotten so bad that I had to file for bankruptcy.  Thank goodness. More importantly, you also learned how lack of proper market research and competition analysis can result in losing your life savings and/or capital; $10 at a time.  We reviewed the dangers of passion-driven biases, the greatest market research tool which is free, seed keyword and keyword phrases, the role of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in market research and more. Last and definitely not all and for sure, not the least, we talked about the two different categories of your ideal customer and client and the four stages they have to travel in order to not just maximize profits for your business but to deliver value. And speaking of value, I became dangerous and over-valued for the 9-5 world since I learned what you are about to discover in this chapter. It was 2014 and I had been helping quite a few people I met in the internet and network marketing world make their first $100, $1,000, $200,000 and even $4 million completely online.  Not just that, I did very well with my business too. But the honest truth is that I had not fully grasped the magnitude of the value in what I had learned.  On my best day ever, I was able to use written text and words to convert complete strangers into a $15,000 sales.  And I did it multiple times over.  Somehow, I had acquired a skill set that could collect such an amount of money in exchange for a digital product without being physically present to sell. Before that, my best day ever was back in real estate when I closed a deal that created a net profit of $82,000.  But let's put things into perspective right?  There are a lot of things that go into the process of closing real estate deals and it wasn't easy to say the least.  I could potentially sit around for months and not close another deal. In addition to that, a whole real estate property belonging to a person or a family is involved.  It's a big deal in terms of vested interest involved when a decision is made to buy or sell real estate in comparison to an online transaction; especially back then.   But these days, people are more comfortable with purchasing a whole car online.  So it's actually gotten a whole lot easier provided you are able to communicate the value proposition effectively. I will forever be grateful to gentlemen; Mike Dillard and Ben Settle, for learning these skill sets from them as far back 2009/2010.  I do not think they know who I am at all.  But it doesn't matter because you are about to learn the skills more than 10 years later. Sales is hard for an average human being.  Most people are only comfortable selling a resume.  And to be honest, it's because of the dependency on the credentials and the experience to do the selling for them in a non-confrontational way. It's actually similar to why an estimated 77% of people hate public speaking.  According to many studies, people actually fear public speaking more than death.  They get bombarded by panic and a paralyzing fear of guess what; rejection.  I personally still hate the feelings of being rejected. When you pay close attention to what I just said, it's not the actual rejection.  It's the “feeling” of being rejected that paralyzes people to avoid sales, public speaking or being in any position where the ultimate desire is to be accepted.  It's fascinating to know. So many people fantasize about the idea of a big business.  But then the fear of being rejected becomes a huge huddle in their way directly or indirectly.   Even if you are a person who is naturally okay with sales, it's a challenge to build a sales team with a decent attrition rate which is the rate at which people leave your organization or team.  People find it a lot easier to use a resume or CV to sell their time in exchange for less than $50 per hour than to sell even air to breathe. You can invent the best product in the world.  If you are terrible at communicating the value in it to a prospect, you won't be able to afford its production sooner or later. Another struggle is the inability for a lot of people to know the difference in personal values and the value in a product for prospects.   Why do people window-shop?  I'll tell you why.  A prospect can want a product and not be able to afford it.  Sometimes, it's just the wrong timing.  But that's not the reason why people are not buying your product or services.   The reason why people chose not to purchase from you is because you failed to transfer enough value in a way that it's valuable to them.  It was a negative choice against added value for your business. Value in this context is in the eyes of the user or consumer and not in the eyes of the producer.  Value is absolutely not an objective truth; it's subjective but only until you learn what I want to share with you right now. So it's one thing to know the benefit of your product or service, it's completely another thing to know how to transfer the value of those benefits to the prospects in order to buy now. I am sure you have probably learned about the differences between features and benefits before.  Well, this is an additional layer to the madness.  But when you master this skill set, you will become dangerously profitable as your competitors drown in debt. Oxford dictionary calls sales the exchange of a commodity for money but it also calls it the action of selling something.  But then what is selling?  If you are able to transfer value to your potential customers and clients at scale using written words, what would that mean for your business? According to INC magazine, a Harvard professor says 95% of purchasing decisions are subconscious.  I personally learned a long time ago that 85% of sales are initiated emotionally and they justify with logic later.   So while you may present with all the facts and figures to back up your own version of the value that the product and services offer, you will fail 85%-95% of the time because you are selling the wrong value to the wrong side of the human mind. It's a hard pill to swallow. Have you ever heard the saying “Facts tell but story sells?”  Storytelling is a highly profitable skill to learn and no amount of facts, data and statistics can engage the human mind like a good story.  It's not necessarily the easiest thing to do but it's non-negotiable when we create an offer.     The key in successfully transferring the value to your prospect or dare I say, sometimes manufacturing value out of thin air in a way that is perceived by your prospect, is to tap into their real motivation to buy.  I promise you.  It has nothing to do with doing the “right” thing. Why do people buy?  Seriously, why do people buy into anything, ideas, ideologies, belief system, a product, a service or anything?  What motivates them to buy?  By now, you should get the gist.  It's not logical. Is it because they need it, they want it, can afford it?  Let's be honest.  People buy things they can't afford all the time, right?   In fact, for every time you engage unnecessary empathy around the decision of a person not buying from you for affordability reasons, they probably just spent ten times your price on a ten times worse competitor's product or service.  So affordability is rarely even a motivator to buy a product or not. There are many motivation theories from numerous studies and I love them all.  But allow me to share a few with you and then I will share my favorite.   Maslow's need hierarchy theory is based on people's basic five need-levels namely; survival, safety, love or belonging, self-esteem and self-actualization.  I personally would add “a sense of” to each one of those because people don't even assess those things logically.  They are mostly based on feelings at an emotional level. Also, there is Herzberg's motivational and hygiene factors.  Have you heard of McClelland's human motivation theory which states that every person has one of three main driving motivators: the needs for achievement, affiliation (sounds like belonging again), or power.  These are all mindsets. People would buy things just because of a sense of belonging even when it directly offers no tangible value to them.  So when designing a marketing and sales message around your product and service, you have to be careful with your definition of value.   The key thing to always remember is that it's in the eyes of your prospect and rarely ever about your personal belief system.   While you should be absolutely confident about the value you feel your product and service offers, you need to remain aware that it's about making that confidence contagious enough for the prospect to feel that level of confidence, pull the credit card out and buy now. So you have managed to come up with a good product in your opinion.  People are checking it out but they are not buying.  In fact, you know a few of these prospects personally and you've deemed their excuses legitimate enough to keep looking for the right customer. NEWSFLASH:  It's either you haven't made an offer or you've got a bad offer.  What is an offer and how is that different from a product?   An offer is a presentation of a product beyond just the product. Some kind of tangible or intangible element has been added to make the product compelling enough to make them buy now.  In essence, a product is just a product but “buy and get one free” is an offer. The product will always be available but there is no guarantee that the offer will be available if you do not buy right now.  As for intangibles, the same can be said about “a limited time” discounted price.  Again, the product or at least an indirect competition to the product will always be available but there is no guarantee there will be a discount at a later time. But these are the obvious ones you've encountered at a mall before.  Let's get back to using text and words to make a prospect buy from you now and not later.  It's nothing other than your ability to communicate the value proposition with the subconscious mind.   My favorite of the motivation theories is said to have been birthed by Sigmun Freud but it was made famous by Abraham Maslow.  I discovered it through Tony Robbins. The six basic human needs are love or connection, variety, significance, certainty, growth, and contribution.  If you are able to stimulate a sense of these needs at a subconscious and emotional level inside of your prospects mind, you will damn near print money on-demand. What it looks like is to spell and trace out an emotional journey from discovery to feeling absolutely stupid for not figuring out a way to buy now.  Sure there will be situations where a buyer is unable to buy.  But what you want is your prospects sending messages expressing their fear of missing out on an offer. If you can craft a message in a way that they feel left out if they don't buy, the idea of buying is exciting, they can feel a sense of a certainty in the promised transformation into a desired state of some kind of advancement, they feel even more important, and feel like your offer will make them create a desired impact on society, then your product will have a chance of delivering the value it was intended for.  A good product or service solves a problem, answers a question or replaces pain with pleasure or relief.  Stating out the features, benefits, problem, solution, question and answer is not enough.   You will create more customers and clients in your business when you spell out the pain, the desired pleasure or relief especially when you are able to qualify them from a place of feelings or emotions. Can you use words to communicate the expected transformation?  Can you imagine what the pain of the present state of your customer feels like?  When you can communicate the emotional state after the transformation that your product and service has delivered, you will dominate your market.  As I told you towards the end  of last chapter, your customer will travel through four main stages namely: Discovery Awareness Consideration and… Conversion The transition between each one of these stages is a conversion and you are responsible to persuade your prospect through each one of these transitions and segments.  In digital marketing, we use a mix of words, images, videos and creatives to compel them to advance to the next level or segment. This is what I want you to do in order to put a seal on the secret you just discovered in this chapter. There are some copy elements I want you to start paying attention to in the various marketing messages that you encounter henceforth.  I promise.  You will start noticing them on all your favorite social media platforms now.  You probably found this book through one of my ad creatives and copy. For the rest of this book, we may refer to the front end discovery level marketing message as creatives.  It simply means the actual visuals that you see first, be it words, images, videos, slides, etc. The idea is to get you to a space where you are absolutely intentional on how you craft the message. Most of the social media platforms land you on a news feed as soon as you login.  That space is one of the most valuable spaces on the whole internet and the platforms are very aware of that.  That's why they sell opportunities to post your messages on the news feed for a fee. It's the same concept of the newspaper selling ad spaces inside a newspaper and other news channels since the ancient Roman times.  When you manage to get your message on these pages, you have three seconds or less to capture the attention of your ideal audience and sell them on advancing from discovery to awareness.  It's in your best interest to learn the art and sciences of using words and text to persuade your audience to take the actions you desire on your creatives.  It's called copywriting and the elements in it are called ‘copy”.   You can also use the same skill set in presentation to capture the heart of a c-suite panelist and get them to buy your offers.  In fact, this understanding will be responsible for your ability to create irresistible offers. When your prospect resists your offers, they will lose sleep over it and will not have peace until they come back and buy your product and services.  It has nothing to do with the actual product.  But it has everything to do with how owning your product or using your service makes them feel. When you see a post with a label “Sponsored” next to it, become obsessed with the “copy”.  Can you see how the copywriter was able to capture your attention?  What color combinations are used? What solution is being offered to solve what problem and how are they promising some kind of relief to what pain? Go ahead and save as many sponsored feed posts as possible, review and study them like your life depends on it.  They will become a swipe file of creatives to model your execution after when we get to that stage. In the next section, we will start talking about the  processes and how you can automate more than 90% of it to get more leads, customers, clients and more deals.  We are going to start with the process that connects the persons as discussed in chapter 2 with the value as we have just discussed in this chapter.0

The Do Zone
What can Maslow teach us about entrepreneurship?

The Do Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 13:28


Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a fundamental tool to understanding how humans operate. But there are many parallels for business success as well. Listen in to learn more.

Flourish.Mom Podcast
The Meaning of Life? Find your Purpose | Flourish with Diane Planidin | Maslow - Human Nature

Flourish.Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 6:11


Reach Peak Experience by adopting behaviours that help you find your Purpose.  Go for it.  Go with the Flow and totally absorb yourself as you transform yourself into the person you were meant to be. This is it!  The moment to make the most of your life and live it to the fullest. Join us as we explore human nature and the behaviours that lead to self-actualization.  The following 8 episodes are devoted to those behaviours will make a difference in the person you are becoming. Live an Inspired Life and go for it - Whole-HOG! #Being #Empowerment #flourish    Find out more about Flourish at the links below: ➡️ https://www.Flourish.Mom ➡️ Facebook https://www.Facebook.Com/Flourish.Mom ➡️ Twitter: https://www.Twitter.Com/FlourishMom ➡️ Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/FlourishMom ➡️ Pinterest: https://www.Pinterest.ca/WowFlourishMom ➡️Watch on YouTube:  https://youtu.be/6Py6Ugajwdc  

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
How To Buy Multiple Investment Properties to Reach Your Time-Freedom Point

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 26:03


In this episode, we welcome Dr. Axel Meierhoefer, Founder and CEO of The Ideal Wealth Grower, to offer his perspective on what's happening in the world and how real estate can still be a profitable investment even as the value of the money decreases. He digs deep into economic cycles, assets with long-term potential, and what we should be doing now to build and protect wealth. To Dr. Axel, the end goal is time-freedom point, where we can be free to choose what we want to do with our time and without having to worry about money and expenses. [00:01 - 07:02] Stop Trading Time for Money Dr. Axel talks about how he started his journey to financial independence  What is the time-freedom point? Through conversations about his investments, he's able to educate others about wealth-building   [07:03 - 24:14] Invest in Assets That Hold Their Value Cycles in the economy repeat themselves, with periods of prosperity followed by recession Understanding these cycles will help us make better investment decisions More thanan money, we need investments that retain value and create legacy like real estate Is economic realignment under way? Solving the illiquidity through tokenized real estate Dr. Axel goes into detail how their platform works and how shareholders can benefit from the system   [24:15 - 26:03] Closing Segment Reach out to Dr. Axel!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “If you want to do something that creates a legacy, that gets you to the time freedom point, that allows you ultimately to turn something over to your kids and their kids can turn it over, you need something that retains value.” - Dr. Axel Meierhoefer   “One thing I know is people still need to live somewhere, right? And people still need to have some means of exchange with each other if they want to have any form of economy.” - Dr. Axel Meierhoefer   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Dr. Axel at the Ideal Wealth Grower's website!   Resources Mentioned: The Fourth Turning by Neil Howe and William Strauss The Sovereign Individual by James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: And that's why I'm saying we need to be aware. That's why these kinds of studies about, you know, where are we, where are we in the cycle, can this keep going on, or are we moving closer and closer to kind of like a realignment of some kind? And I think we do, I mean, certain things. I think we see it, you know, there's war in Ukraine, there's increasing friction between the United States and China as the two biggest economies in the world. Things are changing. [00:00:38] Sam Wilson: Axel Meierhoefer is the founder of Ideal Wealth Grower and host of The IDEAL Investor Show. He's a mentor that helps his clients reach their time freedom point. Axel, welcome to the show.  [00:00:49] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Hey, Sam. Thanks for having me.  [00:00:51] Sam Wilson: Hey, the pleasure's mine. Actually, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show. In 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:59] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Yeah, absolutely. Well, I started in Germany, came over to the US with the military, stayed longer than anticipated, and then actually had to decide, do we go back or do we stay? We decided to stay and out of that came a job in the civilian world as an executive in a software company, which begged the question, okay, so do you want to work forever or do you find a way to, you know, have a point in time when you don't have to work anymore? I said, no, I don't want to work forever, but how do I make that happen and started to research. And at the time stock market was terrible. So I looked for alternatives, found real estate really studied, turned our house that we lived in into an investment property. So we could move and basically went down that rabbit hole deeper and deeper and deeper. And ultimately now where we are is I founded an organization called Ideal Wealth Grower, which invites people to receive mentorship to go down the same path that I've gone down to build a residential real estate portfolio and reach what we, like you said, call the time freedom point, which we define as the point in time on the calendar where your passive income, the money that your investments make is equal or more than your life expenses, including like having a vacation and getting some nice things and going out to dinner and all the other stuff that you have and keep growing from there. And then you have the freedom to decide, okay, if I don't really need my regular job or whatever other income source you have, what do I want to do with my time? Which can mean you keep doing what you're doing, because you love it, or it can mean you want to do half of it because you don't love it so much and do something that doesn't make money, but you love that more. Or you can say, Hey, you know, I don't want to do very much at all anymore that is creating time for money, but rather do things that I'm really passionate about it. And don't care about money because I know my passive income is taking care of me and my family.  [00:02:57] Sam Wilson: I like the idea of that. It's certainly a theme that we've had here a lot on the show, which is, you know, no longer trading time for money. I mean, that's a common theme, I think, in most real estate investment circles. But tell me this, do you have, and I know it depends on the types of investments that you're putting people into, but is there a general rule where you say, okay, if you're going to make investments, is there a nest egg size? Let's say you're trying to replace, we'll just keep this easy math, that you're trying to replace a hundred thousand dollars a year income. What do you see most people needing in order to get that far in a passive investing, I guess, portfolio? They need 1 million, 2 million, 5 million. What do you see on average?  [00:03:41] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Yeah. I mean, that million in asset value is one way to look at it. What I have done is actually to look at what is a realistic cash flow outcome from a residential real estate property, meaning like a three bedroom, two bath, four bedroom, two bath single family home or duplex, something like that. What I found is for, like what you're saying, a hundred thousand is kind of like in the area of about 8,500 a month or something like that, you're looking anywhere between 10 and 15 properties and depending on how much income, how much disposable income you actually have that can take anywhere from 8 to 12 years to get there. [00:04:18] Sam Wilson: Got it. That's a very precise answer. I appreciate that. That's very, very helpful. That's really cool that you helped people kind of get down that path. How did you hatch the idea that you could bring other people along this journey?  [00:04:30] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Well, I didn't hatch it to be very honest. Actually, other people hatched it so to speak for me and they hatched it based on the fact that, as I got more and more passionate and excited about the whole investing, I don't know, some people might say it feels a little bit like bragging, but I just felt it was exciting to me to tell other people what I was doing, you know, telling people, Hey, I found this awesome property in Idaho and I bought it and it's managed and it makes, at the time when we first started, it makes $200 a month. And then a couple of months later, we meet for, I don't know, Memorial day or Thanksgiving or something like that. And somebody says, so anything new that then you're doing? And I said, oh yeah, yeah, I found a new one in Ohio that I'm doing now, right? And so over time as I kept, my conversation became more and more I did this investment, that investment and so forth. And some of my friends and colleagues were saying, wow, I mean, you, aren't you afraid that, you know, like how do you know that they work? And so, I have always been in this kind of instructional, loving to educate other people kind of frame of mind. So I immediately started to get a quote, unquote, lecture people, oh, I'm looking at this and we analyze this and this and that and so forth. And after a while, people basically knew, okay, if we ask him something, he's going to probably go down that rabbit hole again. But there were also sometimes situations like I had a property we lived in California, in the Santa Barbara area. And when my wife and I moved, we turned that property initially into an investment property and then ultimately 1031 exchanged it into a whole bunch of smaller properties in the Midwest. So that was a great new story for our friends and family. And at some point, people back to the point of hatching said, you know, for years now you have been telling us about it and you have all this kind of fancy language and stuff like that. But the bottom line is you're obviously making the money because sometimes the conversations were okay, so you're doing this consulting work and the economy is going up and down. Do you always have enough money to actually pay for everything? And you're living in pretty expensive areas? And I said, well, you know, it's been all my business initially, but now it's subsidized by more and more of the passive income. And I'm actually looking forward to the day when all the passive income is enough. And I don't really have to necessarily work in any kind of regular job anymore. And that was probably the hedging point, right, where people said, well if that is really what is happening, you should tell other people how they can do that too.  [00:07:02] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. I love that. What are you telling people right now? I mean, the conversation, I mean, obviously everybody's crystal ball is broken, but people are looking right now, I think, especially investors are going, where are we? Where are we going? What's coming down the pike? I don't know. What are your thoughts on that?  [00:07:20] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: One thing that I've always been interested in let's say the last year or two, I have really started studying quite a bit is to see how have we, and to your original question, how did we get to where we are right now, but on the bigger picture. And so if somebody were to ask, okay, what did you study? Where did you go? What did you find? I, for example, looked at a book that I really, really recommend is called The Fourth Turning, which actually describes that economy and social developments are happening in cycles that are anywhere between about 90 to 120 years long. The two authors analyzed that for the last 500 years and found that about a hundred-year cycles keep repeating themselves. So if you look at where we are right now, we are at the end of a hundred-year cycle that started with The Great Depression, right? So if you read it, I don't want to go too deep about what that particular book says, but fundamentally that's one thing to say, okay, what are the indications of where we are and what is to be expected? Another one is the book called The Sovereign Individual, which basically was written just when the computer age started projecting that microprocessors and the internet and mobile phones and all that kind of stuff is fundamentally going to change our society. And I think we've all seen this, but what hasn't happened, and you and I, before we started recording, touched on blockchain and crypto and stuff like that. The Sovereign Individual is basically going through the extreme, in a sense to say, we need to have sovereign money, right, and you, if you think that through what I'm taking from, that is, well, ultimately the things that make us as individuals, sovereign, if that's really something that we want or that we believe that we have rights and so forth, then the things that we can really influence ourselves. So I go back to the fundamentals and say, okay, we, as human beings need shelter. We need safety. We need food. And we need one thing that Maslow doesn't have in his basics for pyramid of needs is some way to exchange with each other. Now, right now, if you take the money that we are always talking about, when we are talking about real estate investing is basically the money governed by our government. And we have ours in dollars and the Japanese have Yens and the Chinese have Won and the Europeans have Euros and sometimes you might be lucky to live in an area where the money is at least reasonably stable, even though if you look from The Great Depression to today, 99% of the value of the dollar is gone. If you compare what was the dollar worth in 1923 and what it is now, what you can take in 1913 when the federal reserve was started, anywhere between 95 to 99% of the value is gone, right? So why is that relevant? Because every kind of money, things like pretty pictures under the pieces of paper that have ever existed ultimately become worthless. So for me, going back to your original question, that means what I'm looking at is what are the things that retain their value. Nobody would debate that a gold coin, a one ounce gold coin has value, had value 5,000 years, 2,000 years, a thousand years, and today, right? I think something similar will happen with something like Bitcoin. But the other thing is when we go back, anything that is related to real estate always had value. And even in the way that we built here in the US, which is not like the Romans built or some of the early Europeans built, but even our houses now is a hundred years. And when you look at a house that was built in 1913 and kept up well, because $4,000 to build a really nice house then, that house is probably $400,000 now. [00:11:15] Sam Wilson: Every bit of.  [00:11:16] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: And the thing is what is really an interesting way to think about, when the people in 1913 when the fed was created, moved into this brand new house, did they get any different value from the house in what it is for? What does it provide? To somebody who buys that same house now fully renovated by a turnkey provider. And the new family moves into that same house, they get the same fundamental value of living in a space and all that out of the house. But it's a hundred times more expensive. Or you could say your money is a hundred times less valuable. Those kinds of things go through my mind. And that's why I'm saying, you know, for the people that I work with, I always want to get the message across that if you want to do something that creates a legacy, that gets you to the time freedom point, that allows you ultimately to turn something over to your kids and their kids can turn it over and so forth, then you need something that retains value. And that's where you get to real estate and gold and silver and maybe Bitcoin and things like that.  [00:12:22] Sam Wilson: Yeah. That is absolutely, absolutely true. The other way I think about that is things that can be repriced or repriced easily. I think about, you think about real estate. Okay. So you buy an income-producing real estate. Well, today you're paying in dollars, and then maybe it's next year, our version of money has changed, but I can still then reprice that to whatever that day's version of money is, is that kind of what you're saying?  [00:12:48] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Well, that's one way to look at it or you could basically go and say, okay, how much did an ounce of gold cost in 1913? How much does an ounce of gold cost right now? And how many ounces does it take to buy the house? And if you compare that to the number of dollars, you will be shocked because obviously, I'm not pooing currency because it's a dollar or because it's a yen or because it's a Euro, the system in and of itself, the way we are living in and where we are right now, if you look at our economy and you said the crystal ball is broken, true, but there is a lot of facts. You can't debate or deny the fact that we have more than 30 trillion, I can't even fathom what that means, but 30 trillion in national debt. That doesn't include city debt or state debt or anything like pension plan debt. Anybody who's ever done anything in business or even in your private life, where you're so, so over-leveraged in debt. Now we go and bring it to our real estate investing or your Bricken Investment Group and you think about, and talk to your clients. I'm sure you're bringing this up too. When the media tells us the federal reserve has increased the interest rates by 1%, for now one and a half percent in the last two cycles, it gives us automatically because we think in those categories, oh, one and a half percent. Yeah. That's something, but it's really not that much. It takes on a different quality when you look at it that, okay, that debt that we had in 2021 cost us 562 billion in interest at 0.25% interest. Now we are at 2.5%. How much is that? That's eight times as much. Well, and basic math tells us if it was 560 billion, it's eight times more interest and all we're talking about paying interest on it, it's eight times more than that, right? So we are looking now at potentially paying $2 trillion just an interest, but guess who is paying that? Anybody who pays taxes that in some way. And that's why I'm saying we need to be aware, and that's why these kinds of studies about, you know, where are we, where are we in this cycle, can this keep going on, or are we moving closer and closer to kind of like a realignment of some kind? And I think we do. I mean, certain things, I think we see it, you know, there's war in Ukraine, there's increasing friction between the United States and China as the two biggest economies in the world. Things are changing, not necessarily with guns, in Ukraine, yes. But in the bigger picture, we are not really shooting at each other, which used to be the way, right, the French revolution, World War I, and World War II and stuff. We used to shoot at each other and then at the end we reorganized everything. That's how the United States became the number one dog in the game, right? But I hope at least that we are not going to shoot at each other to realign, that we just realign by recognizing that certain things are just not sustainable going forward anymore. How is that going to look like? I can't predict, but one thing I know is people still need to live somewhere, right? And people still need to have some means of exchange with each other if they want to have any form of economy. However, that might look like. I don't know if we all going to have Bitcoin and Lightning Network in the future as our way of exchanging, or if we have a hybrid between regular money and digital money, who knows. But the means to exchange a service for a good, you know, something you do for some food that you buy or a car you want to have, and one of the ways that we are doing it in our Ideal Wealth Grower system is to help people to have value assets that even as the value of the money is declining, the value of the property remains. It's just more money. But that house in 1913 and the house in 2022 is the same house, fully renovated, same service that it provides to you. It's just more little pieces of paper that you need to put on the table.  [00:17:00] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah, absolutely. I like that idea where the value of whatever it is you're investing in remains absolutely the same. Tell me about this. You guys have, are working on, or maybe you currently have a platform where it is bringing some liquidity to real estate investments. I know, especially for us here on the commercial side, when someone parks a hundred or 200 or $500,000 with me. That's a pretty illiquid investment for actually all of us, myself included. I'm in plenty of deals right now that are completely illiquid. My capital is parked. Of course, I get my returns, but it's still parked capital. How are you guys solving the liquidity issue in real estate investments?  [00:17:43] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Well, the way we are serving it is basically by what I call fractional or tokenized real estate investing. And it's in a sense, you know, yes, you are a person. Yes, you may have an asset like a house, but for the stuff that you do, you get paid in some form of income salary and stuff like that. If you take that analogy and you try to transfer that into a typically illiquid asset, like real estate, we are using a platform that a friend of mine has founded where they go out basically and say, okay, let's look at the criteria that we want to have for a well-performing residential real estate property. Let's say a fourplex, and that fourplex is somewhere in the Midwest and it costs $240,000. And we have four units, each unit is rented for 600 bucks. So we have $2,400 rent. Now I would say, and I'm sure you would say just on the phase, regardless of how the process works underneath, that's 1% performance between purchase price and rent. That's pretty good. And if these four units are reasonable, like one or two bedroom, one bath units, $600 a month is actually not really an outrageous level of rent, right? So you have some of the criteria, then you look at the region where it is and you find out, well, this house is in a nice neighborhood. It has good access to reasonable schools to shopping, to transport and all those things that you would normally use to identify suitable properties. So this company, this platform goes and said, let's sign a contract for a 123 Bricken Avenue where this house happens to be. They put it under contract and the right next step is to say, okay, now let's form an LLC. That we call 123 Bricken Avenue, LLC. And because it's $240,000 and we want to sell the shares at $50 a pop, it's, what, $4,800. And then they put that literally on the platform. And so we have two scenarios, people who come to us and say I have 10, 15, $20,000 that I can use to invest. And we all know how the markets have gone up in value. That's typically right now, too little to really be able to make an investment in a full property, right? If you take our $240,000 property, we need $48,000 down payment for 20% up. So if you have 20 or 25, I would say, well, let's park it in our cash flow parking spot, which is this platform because that 123 Bricken Avenue for your 20 or $25,000, we can get about 10% of that LLC in shares. Of those 4,800 shares, we can get probably 450 or 480 for the money you have. And you will participate in the performance of this property, in the cash on cash return. They have $2,400 rent, the depreciation, all the good stuff that I'm sure you have many times mentioned on how real estate is actually a really good investment and what it does for an investor. All of that, you participate in. The only thing that you don't have when you invest in this platform compared to buying a property outright is the leverage, right? Because if you had to only put in these 20% slash $48,000 and you get a $240,000 property, you make all the rent, you get the whole benefit, but you only needed to put 20% in. Well, if you go on that platform, it's basically a cash purchase. But the beauty is, and why we are recommending it is for one, for this person that has that 20, $25,000. But also for people to say, I know real estate investments is getting me into valuable assets just as we discussed earlier. But I only have a few thousand or I can only really put a couple of hundred dollars aside, but then you can get familiar, go through the same process, all the things that we normally do as I mentioned, and putting your money into this cash flow parking spot until it has grown to be enough to make a direct investment into your first own property. And the reason it's liquid, because that's what you were asking, Sam, is how do you do it to keep it liquid is that, in this kind of investing, it's a cash purchase and the rent proportionally to how many of the shares you own? Let's say you own 450 of the 4,800, you get proportionally that's about 9% or so, 9% of all the things, the depreciation, the rent, and so forth. You get every day. Now you don't get your tax papers every day. You get that once a year, but the rent is basically in your account. You can log into your account. And every day at 6:00 PM, you see the rent for the day is there, which also means if the day comes where you say, Hey, Sam actually wants to now buy this property next door. That is the same thing, same price, same rent, same thing, but they want to own it together. Well, then we sell our shares. We got our rent yesterday at 6:00 PM. And we get the value of our shares, plus any kind of appreciation and now have that cash to buy the property next door. That's just another fourplex, the same thing on the same street, right? So that's basically how we basically keep the liquidity because I call it the share, meaning like the relationship between those who actually have the property on the platform and us as the investors is updated 6:00 PM every day. So the fact that your share, basically your relationship with the providers is up to date at 6:00 PM every day, which means you basically are good. You have your rent money. Everything is in your account. If you say, I want to sell my 450 shares tomorrow, you get the value of your shares. If there was any appreciation in the property, then they're not $50. There might be $51 now per share. Plus you get got all your rent up until yesterday night. So you're all good.  [00:23:43] Sam Wilson: That's amazing.  [00:23:43] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Obviously, these shares don't go back to some kind of title company. They just go to somebody else, either in the LLC or on the platform where every Friday after 3:00 PM, any shares that have been provided back to the platform for, say, for anybody who goes there and wants to have some more, right? So it's basically, very, very liquid in that sense, but all the rules, all the things that we and your audience are familiar with when it comes to residential real estate investing apply except for the finance.  [00:24:14] Sam Wilson: Right. Axel, this has been absolutely fascinating. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today to kind of break down where you think we are going in the economy. We've talked a lot about money. We've talked about ideal wealth growing and talking about, you know, finding the right amount of cash flow to how much money you're looking to replace. Things like that. And then also just a really unique platform that you guys are working on that is bringing liquidity to the real estate, I guess, you could call it shares space 'cause they're, that is really what's lacking is liquidity amongst shareholders. So I think that's going to be a really interesting thing that, you know, and we see this coming. It's something that's been needed for a long time. So thank you for taking the time to kind of pioneer that product and figure it out here for our investors. If we want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:25:00] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: One best way is to just go to idealwealthgrower.com and wait about 30 seconds and something pops up and says, set up a call, so you can do that. And you get like, an invitation to the newsletter and stuff like that. But also if you just put Ideal Wealth Grower into Google or any other search engine, we are pretty much on any social platform and so forth. So there's a thousand roads that lead somehow to get to us and get in touch.  [00:25:26] Sam Wilson: Awesome. And we want to make sure, of course, we put that in the show notes, idealwealthgrower.com. Axel, thank you again for going to the show today. I certainly appreciate it.  [00:25:34] Dr. Axel Meierhoefer: Yeah. Awesome. Thanks, Sam. Thanks for having me. 

Nerds At Church
13th Sunday after Pentecost Year C

Nerds At Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 56:35


Join Rev. Emily E. Ewing (they) and Rev. Kay Rohloff (she) to explore new and nerdy connections to the scripture for the 13th Sunday after Pentecost, also known as Proper 18 or Lectionary 23, which falls on September 4th this year, including our deep dive into Life! The scripture we refer to for this episode can be found here. The Alan Turing movie we mentioned was The Imitation Game. Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg's brilliance on why gender inclusive language in conversations about abortion is important and on the Jewish case for abortion justice. Kay mentioned the book Jesus and John Wayne by Kristin Kobes Du Mez. For more on prison abolition, check out last year's Easter episode with the now Rev. Elle Dowd and for more on capital punishment, check out this year's Good Friday episode. Emily talked about Blackfoot Nation beliefs that Maslow stole for his hierarchy of needs. Kay mentioned Conway's Game of Life. Emily mentioned this year's episode on blessings and curses. Check out this reading list for a Black Geographies class for your next read. CN: we talk about reproductive justice (sterilization, abortion, etc) genocide when discussing the deep dive, slavery in Philemon (and throughout). Check us out on Facebook & Twitter at @NerdsAtChurch to connect! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nerdsatchurch/message

Sunday Letters
221 Peak Performer

Sunday Letters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 20:36


Today in the Sunday Letters Journal article, I’m taking the opportunity to introduce you to Peak Performer–a community space I created for readers interested in achieving peak performance in their work. I’m a work and organisational psychologist, and as you likely know by now, the focal point of most of what I write is daily work—that thing human beings spend the most time doing. Better that daily work is by our own design serving our basic psychological needs than by someone else’s design and profit motives. However, the unfortunate fact of modern work is that most of us work jobs designed by others, and as such, it often lacks the necessary meaning and purpose we need to sustain us.Get your invitation to PeakPeak is a response to this situation. Here’s a little more about the space and what you can expect.Peak, is a place where you can discover the means to direct your own work and develop the mental skills necessary for success. It’s a space for self-employed people and others who aspire to work for themselves, be it as a solo worker or the founder of a larger organisation. It is a community for people who seek to command their own meaningful and fulfilling work. Being a part of Peak means you have decided to do work on your own terms and by your own design.The community is new, and membership is FREE until we get off the ground properly. So consider this a soft launch. Once the membership exceeds 100 people, the joining fee will apply. Now’s your chance to get in for nowt forever.What's Peak all about?Peak is a place where self-motivated, self-determined, self-employed people can develop the mental skills necessary for success. There are many communities for the self-employed, but few of them focus on the development of the person–that's what makes Peak different. Whether you currently work for yourself or have aspirations to do so, the same basis of motivation, personality and the seeking of meaning and purpose in work apply. As we look back on our lives as we enter our final days, we want to be able to say that we lived life on our own terms and that life was fulfilling. None of us likes being pushed around, told what to do, where to go, how long to spend there, and how long our rest should be—if we are afforded any at all. That’s not freedom—it’s slavery. Wages, their quantity or not is irrelevant. To be free and to work free at things of our own design is a basic human need. Work without that feature might as well be done by automatons, not human beings.Get your invitation to PeakMy Philosophy on WorkMy philosophy on work is grounded in the idea that work, first and foremost, must be done for its own inherent enjoyment and fulfilment. Without this, our focus will be flawed, and our efforts to succeed will be misdirected. This aligns with Abraham Maslow's concept of "Peak Experience", Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi's concept of "Flow", and Ryan & Deci's concept of "Self-Determination". These theorists recognised that to be creatively successful, human beings must work free, be fully integrated, and independent yet interdependent in their work. For our work to make a difference in our lives and to be meaningful and fulfilling, in other words, we must transcend the self-oriented, narcissistic personality structure that dominates the business world. We must find work that commands our interest and curiosity, and we much strive to do this work as often as possible and under our own terms.So, who are you, and why should I trust you?My name is Larry Maguire. I am a work & organisational psychologist in private practice with 20+ years business ownership experience. I earned my BA in psychology from DBS in Dublin and my MSc. in Work & Organisational Psychology from DCU Dublin. I am a graduate member of the Psychological Society of Ireland and an ordinary member of the International Association for Coaching.My research to date has focused on the well-being of self-employed people at work, and coupled with insights gained from this, my time in business has taught me many lessons. I want to share them here, and maybe you can gain some advantage from it. You also have experiences worth sharing that will benefit others, so I'm hoping you'll join me in developing this community.Who Is Peak For?Peak is for solo workers, freelancers, consultants, small business owners, and people who aspire to work for themselves. But Peak is not like other communities for the self-employed. Rather than focusing on the functions and structures of a business; sales, marketing, finance, HR, accounts, IT systems and so on, Peak is focused on aiding the development of the person–the business owner.How Much Does Membership Cost?Membership costs €29 per month, nothing for now. Membership is free for a short period, so you can join and access the benefits of membership immediately. In a few months, when we officially launch, new members will need to shell out for access. There may also be pay-walled areas for exclusive content added as we progress.Get your invitation to PeakWhat You Will LearnWith the resources and learning materials and the support of other members, Peak aims to be your catalyst for positive change and facilitate growth in the following areas;Leadership skillsDecision-makingFocus & AttentionEmotional RegulationStress ManagementMotivation & BehaviourCreativity & InnovationIf you wish to command your own work successfully and grow it beyond yourself (if that's what you want), then you must develop the necessary mental skills. The process will be difficult, but within Peak, you have the comfort of the support of others like you. You'll also have free access to coaching, resources, and information to help you along your way.A New Definition of WorkWork, as defined here, is that thing we do in our waking hours - it's how we expend energy getting things done. It doesn't necessarily have to be paid work, it can be voluntary work, hobbies, amateur sport, and so on. The only requirement for membership is that you want to command your own work and perform it to a high level. If that's you, then Peak is your place.This is a private space by invitation only where you can ask questions, get answers to burning questions, and share advice on achieving higher quality results in your work. If you want to be part of a close-knit and private community dedicated to a successful and fulfilling work experience, then I think you'll like it here.A Note on SuccessYou’ll often come across the word success in the content I and others write and share in the community. When we talk about success and peak performance, we're not necessarily talking about commercial, financial, or some other form of objective material fulfilment. These things might come about as a consequence of the work you do, but they cannot be the primary aim. At least not in terms of becoming The Performatist.What we are focused upon instead is the discovery and development of self through daily work. Work being the thing that has captured our interest, engaged our curiosity and provides fulfilment and purpose. It is an expression of who and what we are.Material success is fine, but that's not our goal. Our goal instead is to become the autonomous, self-directed, independent yet interdependent agent in command of its own work and life. It is, as Maslow said, the full and total expression of a self-actualised organism at one with its environment and in cooperation with others.The pursuit never ends. We are always developing and expanding, and that pursuit is challenging and difficult. Fortunately, you don't have to navigate the territory on your own. In this community, you'll find like-minded people to share your experience and find solutions to challenges. I'm glad you are here and look forward to talking with you regularly.Get your invitation to Peak This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit sundayletters.larrygmaguire.com/subscribe

Start With A Win
Nobody is Born a Leader

Start With A Win

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 20:47


Leaders are not born, they are built through ongoing leadership development and learning the soft skills of leadership. Adam explores how this looks both in the corporate world as well as entrepreneur leaders. Main Topics The evolution of the Mark and Adam's facial hair (0:30) How the economy boom of 2015-2020 impacted leadership development and how money flow hides the need for leadership (3:39)  The definition of a leader and how to develop yourself as a leader (9:55) The three perspectives of leadership—leading yourself, leading others, leading your business—and how Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs influences each of these perspectives (17:00)   Episode Links"3 Key Leadership Secrets to Leading Your Business Like the CEO of a Multimillion-Dollar Corporation”: https://adamcontos.com/leadership  Connect with Adam:https://www.startwithawin.com/https://www.facebook.com/AdamContosCEOhttps://twitter.com/AdamContosCEOhttps://www.instagram.com/adamcontosceo/Listen, rate, and subscribe!Apple Podcasts Spotify Google PodcastsToday's episode was brought to you by RE/MAX, nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX. For more information head over to www.REMAX.com

Stansberry Investor Hour
'Don't Try Too Hard'

Stansberry Investor Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 65:52 Very Popular


We're excited to bring on a brand-new Stansberry Investor Hour guest this week – a name that Stansberry Research readers will undoubtedly recognize: Brett Eversole... After working with Stansberry Research heavyweight Dr. Steve Sjuggerud for more than a decade, Brett is now the lead analyst for Steve's suite of publications. In True Wealth, Brett and his team help their readers uncover safe, alternative investments that are overlooked by Wall Street. In True Wealth Systems, they use advanced, proprietary software to amplify investor returns in every corner of the market. And in True Wealth Real Estate, they scour the market for deals that combine the power of investing directly in private real estate with the ease of profiting from housing stocks. That's where Brett and Dan start this week's interview... A slew of new data released just last week confirms that the housing sector is in a worsening tailspin. But as a contrarian, Brett says the masses have mistakenly "over extrapolated" this cooldown and that we're not, despite popular belief, in a 2000s-style bubble that's headed for a bust. Housing is like water – it's at the bottom of Maslow's hierarchy of needs... Nobody panic-sells their house. He explains why today's reality is far different from what most folks fear and that with the right data and analysis, you can even uncover ways to profit in the housing sector today. As for the driving force behind this slowdown, inflation is another topic that Brett and Dan tackle. They discuss its history (like the "guns and butter" era Dan lived through), their outlook on interest rates, and the Federal Reserve "pivot" narrative. Finally, you'll hear about a shared musical hobby between the two and how it intersects with finance. And Brett leaves listeners with advice on how to work smarter – and not harder – with tips on developing effective work habits.

CISO Tradecraft
#92 - Updating the Executive Leadership Team on Cyber

CISO Tradecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 26:15


Show Notes Hello, and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft -- the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cyber security leader.  My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to offer tips and tools for briefing your executive leadership team, including the four major topics that you need to cover.  As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and make sure you subscribe so you can always get the latest updates. Imagine you have been in your role as the Chief Information Security Officer for a while and it is now time to perform your annual brief to the Executive Leadership Team.  What should you talk about?  How do you give high level strategic presentations in a way that provides value to executives like the CEO, the CIO, the CFO, and the Chief Legal Officer? Story about Kim Jones at Vantiv – things have changed Let's first talk about how you make someone satisfied -- in this case your executives. Fredrick Herzberg (1923-2000) introduced Motivator-Hygiene theory, which was somewhat like Maslow's hierarchy of needs, but focused more on work, not life in general. What a hygiene factor basically means is people will be dissatisfied if something is NOT there but won't be motivated if that thing IS there, e.g., toilet paper in employee bathroom. Or, said more concisely, satisfaction and dissatisfaction are not opposites.  The opposite of Satisfaction is No Satisfaction.  The opposite of Dissatisfaction is No Dissatisfaction. According to Herzberg, the factors leading to job satisfaction are "separate and distinct from those that lead to job dissatisfaction." For example, if you have a hostile work environment, giving someone a promotion will not make him or her satisfied. So, what makes someone satisfied or dissatisfied? Factors for Satisfaction Achievement Recognition The work itself Responsibility Advancement Growth Factors for Dissatisfaction Company policies Supervision Relationship with supervisor and peers Work conditions Salary Status Security So, what will make a board member satisfied?  Today, cyber security IS a board-level concern.  In the past, IT really was only an issue if something didn't work right – a hygiene problem.  If we learn from Herzberg, we may not be able to make the board satisfied with the state of IT security, but we can try to ensure they are not dissatisfied.  Hopefully you now have context for what might otherwise be considered splitting hairs on terminology – essentially, we want our executive audience to not think negatively of your IT security program and how you lead it. Remember, boards of directors generally come from a non-IT backgrounds .  According to the 2021 U.S. Spencer Stuart Board Index, of the nearly 500 independent directors who joined S&P 500 boards in 2021, less than 4% have experience leading cybersecurity, IT, software engineering, or data analytics teams.  And that 4% is mostly confined to tech-centric companies or businesses facing regulatory scrutiny. So, there is essentially a mismatch between a board member's background and a CISO's background.  That extends to your choice of language and terminology as well.  Never go geeky with your executives – unless you have the rare situation where your entire leadership team are all IT savvy.  Otherwise, you will tune them out by talking about bits and bytes and packets and statistics. Instead, communicate by telling stories – show how other companies in similar industries have encountered security issues and what they did about them (either successfully or unsuccessfully).  Show how your cybersecurity initiatives and efforts reduce multiple forms of risk:  financial risk, reputational risk, regulatory risk, legal risk, operational risk, and strategic risk.  You can show that the threat landscape has changed – nation states and organized crime has supplanted lone hackers and disgruntled employees as the major threats  .  Regulatory environment changes such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and ultimately the follow-on legislation from 49 other states will impact strategic business planning.  Show your board how to avoid running afoul of these emerging requirements.  And, of course, there is the ever-present threat of ransomware, which has evolved from denial-of-access attacks to loss of customer and internal data confidentiality.  That threat requires top-level policy and response plans in advance of an incident -- it's too late to be making things up as you go along. Now, before we go into the Four Major Topics executives need to hear (after all, that's what I promised at the beginning of the show), let's ask, "Why are we briefing executives on our cyber program?"  Any company that is publicly traded falls under the scope of the Securities and Exchange Commission or SEC. The SEC has published Cybersecurity Guidance that offers suggestions for investment companies and investment advisors.  They recommend investment firms "create a strategy that is designed to prevent, detect, and respond to cybersecurity threats". The creation of a security strategy and education of employees on the strategy is at the core of what CISOs do.  So, a translation of the SEC's guidance is to hire a CISO, have that individual create and execute a cybersecurity strategy.  In fact, the SEC's quote above calls out three of the Five Functions of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework which are: (1) identify, (2) protect (prevent), (3) detect, (4) respond, and (5) recover. Our second question is, how often should we be updating the Executive leadership team?  Since the SEC requires companies to disclose risks in their 10-K statements on a yearly basis then you should be briefing cyber updates to the Executive Leadership team at least on an annual basis.  We recommend quarterly or semi-annual updates to give more touch points on important topics.  You can draw parallels to quarterly financial statements. Let's say the Risk Committee chaired by the CEO has agreed to hear the status of the Cyber Program twice a year.  What should we brief the executive leadership team? Let's look at what's required by law. The State of New York requires financial services organizations to follow New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) regulations.  Section 500.04 provides additional information about CISOs.  It states: Each Covered Entity shall designate a qualified individual responsible for overseeing and implementing the Covered Entity's cybersecurity program and enforcing its cybersecurity policy (for purposes of this Part, "Chief Information Security Officer" or "CISO"). The regulations also state: The CISO of each Covered Entity shall report in writing at least annually to the Covered Entity's board of directors or equivalent governing body. If no such board of directors or equivalent governing body exists, such report shall be timely presented to a Senior Officer of the Covered Entity responsible for the Covered Entity's cybersecurity program. The CISO shall report on the Covered Entity's cybersecurity program and material cybersecurity risks. These types of requirements aren't confined to Wall Street.  The Bermuda Monetary Authority requires insurance companies to follow their Cyber Risk Management Code of Conduct.  It states that: The board of directors and senior management team must have oversight of cyber risks. The board of directors must approve a cyber risk policy document at least on an annual basis. So, both the State of New York and the Bermuda Monetary Authority want CISOs to provide risk management and perform at least yearly reporting on material cyber security risks.  Many more regulatory bodies do; these are just offered as examples. If you are going to function effectively as a leader, you should find some way to create a win-win from most any situation.  You likely have a regulatory requirement to brief your board or leadership on a periodic basis.  That's fine.  But have you ever asked yourself, what do I want in return? Hmm. What you want is for your board to set the security culture from the top.  Boards hold senior leadership (think C-level executives) accountable, and you want the board to ensure the CEO makes cybersecurity a priority for the organization.  ISO 27001 has a nice tool – the Information Security Management System (ISMS) Policy Statement – which is senior leadership's declaration of the importance of cybersecurity within the organization. One example I found is that of GS1 India, a standards organization that helps Indian industry align with global best practices.  Their ISMS Policy statement begins with: The Management of GS1 India recognizes the importance of developing and implementing an Information Security Management System (ISMS) and considers security of information and related assets as fundamental for the successful business operation. Therefore, GS1 India is committed towards securing the Confidentiality, Integrity, and availability of information for the day-to-day business and operations. If you can get a formal declaration of support from the top, your job is going to be a whole lot better.  Otherwise, you might just end up being the Chief Scapegoat Officer. Now let's define the four things that an executive leadership team should hear from their security leader that will convey the message that you have a handle on your scope of authority and are executing your responsibilities correctly.  Those four focuses are: Cyber Risks and Responses Cyber Metrics A Cyber Roadmap that Identifies High Profile Programs and Projects Cyber Maturity Assessment Let's dig in.  With respect to "cyber risks and responses," create a slide for executives that shows the top cyber risks.  Examples may include things like ransomware, business email compromise, phishing attacks, supply chain attacks, third party compromise, and data privacy issues. As a practical matter when briefing cyber risks, never just share a risk and walk away.  Executives hate that.  Be sure to talk about what you are doing as a CISO to mitigate this risk.  Usually in Risk Meetings executives look for a few things about any risk. What is it? What is the likelihood of it to occur? What is the impact if it does occur? What are we doing about it? How much does it cost to fix? However, this isn't a risk approval meeting where we need to go into that level of detail.  So, let's keep our cyber risk reporting at an executive level by identifying our top three to five material risks and showing our cyber responses to each risk. For example, if you believe phishing is your number one cyber risk, then highlight it and talk about how you have created a phishing education program that lowers click rates and increases phishing reporting to the Cyber Incident Response Team.  When phishing attacks are reported, your team has a Service Level Agreement (SLA) to respond to phishing reports within four hours to minimize any potential harm.  You can also highlight that your organization also has email protection tools in place such as Proofpoint that stopped thousands of phishing attacks during the last quarter. In summary you are acknowledging that your company has Cyber Risks which can harm the organization.  You are protecting the organization the best you can given the resources available to your team.  If someone doesn't like your four-hour SLA, then you might offer up that you could decrease the response time to a one-hour SLA if you had one additional headcount.  This creates a business decision to give you additional headcount, which is a great discussion to have. Once you have talked about the top three to five risks your organization faces, we recommend talking about key metrics to measure the Cyber Program.  You could call these the metrics that matter.  Essentially, they are tactical metrics that you measure month to month because they show risks that could result in major cyber-attacks.  Our favorite place for metrics that matter is the OWASP Threat and Safeguard Matrix or TaSM (pronounced like Tasmanian Devil).  Please note we have a link to it in our show notes.  Please, please, please read about the OWASP Threat and Safeguard Matrix.  It's a short five-minute read, and you will be glad that you did. What does the Threat and Safeguard Matrix teach us about cyber metrics?  It says all good metrics show a status, a trend, and a goal. Status shows where we are right now Trends show if the project, program, or company is getting better or worse Goals show the end state so we know when we are done and if we should be happy with our current progress The OWASP Threat and Safeguard Matrix then categorizes cyber metrics into four major areas:  technology, people, process, and environment. Technology-based metrics show things like how fast we are patching devices and how well are our servers and laptops configured.  Think about it, if you have servers that are internet-facing which are not patched then it's just a matter of time until bad actors will cause your company (and you) a really bad day.  This isn't something that you can wait on.  So, your organization needs to continually track progress and burn these numbers down as quickly as possible.  So, let's do something about it.  Start by looking at your company's security policy that defines the patch timelines for high and critical vulnerabilities.  It might say something such as we require critical vulnerabilities to be patched in 15 days and high vulnerabilities to be patched in 30 days.  From that security policy you create a Service Level Agreement for the IT department to meet.  So, you measure the percentage of your servers that have zero high and critical vulnerabilities greater than that 15 or 30-day window.  Yeah, it's going to look terrible in the beginning when your IT department shows that only 30% of its servers are patched according to the enterprise service level agreements.  But transparency brings reform.  When the CIO sees that these metrics are routinely being briefed to the CEO and executive leadership team, then things will change.  The CIO will say "not on my watch" and usually lead the IT team to make the changes needed to improve patching. Another metric category we see from the OWASP TaSM is People.  When we think about cyber threats to people we usually think about phishing.  So, during your monthly phishing exercises record your click rates and your reporting rates.  Since each phishing exercise is different you should benchmark your organization against other organizations who took the same phishing exercise.  You can say we had 5% click-through compared to our industry vertical that scored 7%.  If you are doing better than your peers, then you can show you are following best practices and meeting the legal term of due care.  These metrics might lower your cyber insurance costs.  These metrics could also be extremely helpful if your company were sued as a result of a data breach that begin with successful phishing attacks.  So, measure them each month and make good progress. The third metric category is Process-based metrics.  Here you can monitor things like your third-party risks by looking at your processes that track how many of your third parties pass a review, have active ISO 27001 or SOC 2 Type 2 reports, and have recently passed penetration tests.  Another process you might look at is what percentage of your critical applications performed adequately during both a Disaster Recovery exercise and a Business Continuity Plan exercise.  These metrics are helpful during Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) attestations and other regulatory reviews. The fourth and last metric category defined by the OWASP TaSM is Environment-based metrics.  This refers to things outside of your organization that you don't control.  Even though you don't control them they can have a substantial impact on your organization.  You can think of countries passing new cyber or data privacy laws, regulators asking for new information and compliance activities, and malicious actors and fraudsters taking interest in your company all as examples of environment-based factors.  Please don't confuse environmental factors with saving the Earth.  This is not the context you are looking for.  Environment metrics could be used to show how many legitimate phishing attacks your organization stopped when someone reported a phishing attack, and the Incident Response Team confirmed it wasn't a false positive.  Note these are actual phishing attacks not phishing exercises.  This is an important metric because it shows that despite email protection tools in place, things got passed it.  If you notice a 500% increase in confirmed phishing attacks you might need to buy additional tooling to interdict them.  Another metric you might look at is how many reported help-desk tickets your organization responded to that were caused by a cyber incident.  These types of metrics can help inform management just how big the malicious attacker threat is and can be used by you to justify additional resources. Well, that's a good overview on Cyber Metrics that you can look at each month, but we still have two more categories to go over in our cyber update.  Remember if you want to learn more on cyber metrics, please look at the OWASP Threat and Safeguard Matrix. The third broad category of slides to include in your board deck is A Cyber Roadmap that Identifies High Profile Programs and Projects.  Executives want to see the big picture on how you are evolving the program.  So, show them a roadmap that says over the next three years here is the big picture. For example, in 2022 we are focusing on improving ransomware defenses by enhancing our backup and data recovery process.  We will also improve our ability to prevent malware execution in our environment by adding new Windows group policies. In 2023, we will shift our focus towards improving our website security.  We will be launching a bug bounty program that allows smart and ethical hackers to find vulnerabilities in our websites before malicious actors do.  We will be upgrading our Web Application Firewall after we finish our three-year contract with our current vendor.  We will also be adding a botnet protection tool to our internet-facing websites given the recent attacks we have been experiencing. In 2024, we will then shift our focus to improving our software development process.  We will be purchasing a tool to gamify secure software development amongst developers.  This should lower the cost of vulnerability management.  We will also be building custom courses in house that teach developers our company's requirements to build, test, and retire applications correctly. When you present this type of Cyber Roadmap you might show a single slide with a Gantt chart view of when high profile projects occur with the executive summary of the points previously mentioned. The last major category is a Cyber Maturity Assessment.  Essentially you want something that independently measures the effectiveness of the entire Cyber Program.  For example, many organizations use the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, ISO 27001, the FFIEC Cyber Assessment Tool, or HiTrust to benchmark their program.  Consider hiring an independent auditing company to measure your organization's security maturity.  You will get something that says here's the top fifteen domains of cyber security.  Today, on a scale of one to five, your organization measures between a two and four on most of the domains.  Most companies in your same industry benchmark are at a level three compliance so you are currently underperforming vs your peers in four domains.  You can take that independent assessment and say we really want to improve all level two scoring opportunities to be at least a three.  This can be something you show in a spider graph or radar chart.  You can show the top five activities needed to improve these measurements and provide timelines for when those will be fixed.  This shows the executive leadership team that security is never perfect, how you benchmark against your peers, and provides them with the same confidence that they would get from an audit to confirm you are working effectively. So, let's summarize. We talked about Herzberg's hygiene factors, things that aren't perceived as satisfactory when present but are dissatisfactory when absent.  Remember, satisfaction and dissatisfaction are not opposites.  The opposite of dissatisfaction is no dissatisfaction. That helps us understand that when briefing management, we will not be able to delight them with the overall state of our cybersecurity program, but we can cause them not to worry about it.  Focus on risk reduction, and how your program is helping your organization work toward that goal. We talked about why we need to brief management and how often.  Different regulations require executive teams to articulate a cybersecurity strategy and empower the appropriate individuals to execute it.  In addition, most rules require at least annual security briefings; you may want to strive for more frequent meetings to keep your leadership team well-informed. Your goal is to have your board set the security culture from the top and hold C-level executives accountable for funding and maintaining cybersecurity initiatives. We covered the four things you should include in your executive briefings:  cyber risks and responses, cyber metrics, a cyber roadmap that identifies high-profile programs and projects, and a cyber maturity assessment. By addressing risk in multiple forms, showing that you can measure and track your progress toward your security goals, that you have a solid plan for the next couple of years, and that you can demonstrate your maturity relative to peer companies, you will go a long way toward keeping your board happy, or more precisely, not unhappy. Lastly, don't forget to look up the OWASP TaSM model.  It's a really useful tool for mapping threat categories to the NIST cybersecurity framework and showing where you may have gaps in your program (represented by blank cells in the matrix.)  The link to that is in our show notes. Well, we hope that you have enjoyed today's episode on Updating the Executive Leadership team on the Cyber Program and we thank you again for listening to us at CISO Tradecraft.  Please leave us a review (hopefully five stars) if you enjoyed this podcast and share us with your peers on LinkedIn.  We would love to help others with their cyber tradecraft. Thanks again and until next time, stay safe.   References https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/herzberg-motivators-hygiene-factors.htm  https://threataware.com/a-cisos-guide-to-cybersecurity-briefings-to-the-board/  https://www.spencerstuart.com/-/media/2021/october/ssbi2021/us-spencer-stuart-board-index-2021.pdf https://www.spencerstuart.com/research-and-insight/cybersecurity-and-the-board  https://www.sec.gov/investment/im-guidance-2015-02.pdf  https://piregcompliance.com/ciso-as-a-service/what-regulations-require-the-designation-of-a-chief-information-security-officer-ciso/  https://proteuscyber.com/privacy-database/ny-dfs-section-50004-chief-information-security-officer  https://www.bma.bm/viewPDF/documents/2020-10-06-09-27-29-Insurance-Sector-Cyber-Risk-Management-Code-of-Conduct.pdf  https://www.gs1india.org/media/isms-policy-statement.pdf  https://owasp.org/www-project-threat-and-safeguard-matrix/ 

Attirelepositif
Comment devenir la MEILLEURE Version de Soi-Même avec le Développement Personnel ?

Attirelepositif

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 12:41


Comment devenir la meilleure version de soi-même ? Et comment utiliser le développement personnel pour devenir la meilleure version de soi-même ? C'est ce que l'on va voir dans cette tout nouvel épisode de podcast !!  ➡️

iDigress with Troy Sandidge
Ep 63. The #1 Psychological Approach And Best Practices By Amazon To Becoming A Better Leader & Maximizing The Productivity Of Your Team

iDigress with Troy Sandidge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 21:23


Two words can make all the difference in being the best leader possible and maximizing your team's productivity. The two words are listening and motivation. When you practice active listening and know the motivation behind every team member, you can catapult your business to growth potential you didn't even think was possible.Pulling from Amazon's Leadership Principles, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, and McClelland's Human Motivation Theory, I break down how you can triangulate the most effective path to evolving yourself into the best leader you can be while developing your team to be more productive, driven, motivated, accountable, and successful while simultaneously creating a dynamic culture that retains your employees and accelerates your business success sustainably.Beyond The Episode Gems:See what the HubSpot CRM can do for your business at HubSpot.comSee all of the podcasts on the HubSpot Podcast NetworkRegister for Agorapulse's Agency Summit To Learn How To Scale Your AgencyGet Your FREE Tickets to the World's Largest Virtual Email Marketing Conference -- Guru ConferenceBuy My Book Strategize Up to maximize the growth potential of your business using strategic frameworks.Get Two Free Months of Agorapulse on me: Social.Agorapulse.com/FindTroy#####Support The Podcast & Connect With Troy: • Rate & Review iDigress: iDigress.fm/Reviews• Get Strategy Solutions & Services: FindTroy.com•  Buy Troy's Book, Strategize Up: FindTroy.com/Strategize-Up•  Follow Troy on Twitter: Twitter.com/FindTroy•  Follow Troy on LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/FindTroy

The Behavioral Economics in Marketing's Podcast
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Self-Actualization on Personal and Professional Development | Behavioral Economics in Marketing Podcast

The Behavioral Economics in Marketing's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 15:16


Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a rudimentary motivational theory by Abraham Maslow in 1943 in his article entitled "A Theory of Human Motivation" originally published in Psychological Review. The psychology theory asserts that humans are motivated by five basic categories of needs: physiological, safety, love, esteem, and self-actualization. In this episode, I discussed you can cultivate self-actualization in your personal and professional development. Behavioral Economics in Marketing Podcast | Understanding how we as humans make decisions is an important part of marketing. Behavioral economics is the study of decision-making and can give keen insight into buyer behavior and help to shape your marketing mix. Marketers can tap into Behavioral Economics to create environments that nudge people towards their products and services, to conduct better market research and analyze their marketing mix. Sandra Thomas-Comenole | Host | Marketing professional with over 15 years of experience leading marketing and sales teams and a rigorously quantitative Master's degree in economics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Check out her Linkedin profile here: Sandra Thomas-Comenole, Head of Marketing, Travel & Tourism

The Better Than Rich Show
The Six Human Needs | The Better Than Rich Show Ep. 35

The Better Than Rich Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 43:46


Human as we are, we have needs that help us become better versions of ourselves. What most people don't know is that these human needs are big factors in determining the our levels of happiness, success, and wealth. In this episode, Andrew and Mike discuss the two most popular classification of human needs: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs & Tony Robbins's Six Human Needs. Learn what you need to have in your life to prosper! Topics Covered 0:00 - Introduction 1:32 - The importance of the human needs 2:43 - Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 5:57 - The unhealthy ways people search for uncertainty 10:48 - Uncertainty as a human need & how it makes us feel alive 16:24 - Significance as the third human need and how it goes back to our evolution as a society. 19:06 - The positives and negatives of significance 25:42 - Love and connection as the fourth human need & how it offsets the negatives of significance 33:54 - The downside of love and connection 35:06 - Growth as the next human need & why we need it 37:31 - Contribution as the sixth human need Resources Mentioned Tony Robins - The Six Human Needs —-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Are you ready to create the life of your dreams where you don't just experience financial success but true fulfillment instead? Well the truth is, who you spend time with is who you'll become. Now is the time to join over 300 ambitious entrepreneurs from all throughout the world in our exclusive mastermind program and community. Learn more about this elite group of entrepreneurs and apply to join the movement at The Better Than Rich Show —————————————————————————— Listen to our podcast on https://anchor.fm/betterthanrichshow. You can also stream our podcast on the following platforms; Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83ODhmZWY5NC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-better-than-rich-show/id1599880712 Connect with us; Website: www.betterthanrich.com Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/betterthanrich/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/betterthan_rich/ Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/betterthan_rich TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@betterthanrich YouTube:https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC3xXEb7rKBvkCOdtWd4tj2A Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/betterthanrich --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betterthanrichshow/message

The Jim Rutt Show
EP 162 Max Borders on Decentralism

The Jim Rutt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 116:33


Jim talks with recurring guest Max Borders about the ideas in his new book The Decentralist: Mission, Morality, and Meaning in the Age of Crypto. They discuss happiness as a common ground, a eudaimonistic sensibility, the marshmallow experiment & deferred gratification, how inflation affects behavioral discount rates, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, von Mises's praxeology, reconciling individual … Continue reading EP 162 Max Borders on Decentralism → The post EP 162 Max Borders on Decentralism appeared first on The Jim Rutt Show.

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
1880: Why Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is Incomplete! Success Principles in RE & in Life - Jason Hartman

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 53:17


Welcome to this 10th episode of The Creating Wealth Show where Jason discusses other topics of great interest. Today's guest is none other than..Jason Hartman! Jason recently sat down with Success Coach, Business Consultant, Speaker, Best-Selling Author and Entrepreneur Kate McKay on her Master Your Life Podcast and they took a deep dive into Jason's backstory and what they think Maslow missed in his hierarchy of needs.  If we want to change our lives, we must understand the difference between context and content. Most people try to fix their lives by changing the content, but instead, we must expand our context of what we believe as possible, so we don't limit our thinking and confine ourselves to certain results.  Through taking action, and as the saying goes, our success has been paved in the most beautiful and magnificent failures. So get out there, redefine your context and take action!  Key Takeaways: 0:00 Welcome to this 10th show episode of Creating Wealth with Jason Hartman 1:10 Upcoming interview with Naomi Wolf 1:30 The United States has become a banana republic 3:22 Ride sharing is no exception to insane inflation prices 5:10 Dystopian shortages and a central power grid 7:52 Skyrocketing rents around the US 15:15 Empowered Investor Pro - get personal advice from Jason and his team! 16:08 Kate McKay welcomes Jason Hartman on the Master Your Life Podcast 16:36 How Jason got started in real estate 19:12 Jason's four biggest influences 19:44 Understanding the difference between content and context 20:41 Teaching mindset to other sales agents 24:21 Sociology, culture and demographics 24:45 80s culture vs 90s culture 26:57 MTV changed the world culture 28:47 Social anthropological examination of the importance of tribe 31:10 Growing up in an integrated high school 33:55 Defining success 36:20 Jason's early influences 41:17 What would you tell a younger version of yourself? 43:16 Memento mori and stoicism 45:36Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 49:37 Self actualization - the opening of a higher realm 50:58 The world rewards the doer, even when the action itself is wrong Check out other episodes of Kate McKay's Master Your Life Podcast here and learn more about Kate at Kate-McKay.com.   Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Learn More: JasonHartman.com Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: HartmanIndex.com/white-paper Free Report on Pandemic Investing: PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips in Vimeo Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say? JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee Jason Hartman's Extra YouTube Channel Jason Hartman's Real Estate News and Technology (RENT) YouTube Channel

Not A Victim
Who We Are, How We Change, & Where To Aim

Not A Victim

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:23


Today I join my dad over coffee to discuss The Four Temperaments, Maslow‘s Hierarchy of Needs, and what ‘Good' actually means in hopes that we might better understand who we are, why we can't seem to change, and what it is that we should be aiming at. “The meaning of life is to alleviate unnecessary suffering.” -Jordan Peterson More on the temperaments: https://www.goodcatholic.com/a-catholic-guide-to-the-four-temperaments/

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy
What Maslow Missed in his Hierarchy of Needs - The Native Self Actualization Model: An Interview with Dr. Sidney Stone Brown

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 57:16


What Maslow Missed in his Hierarchy of Needs - The Native Self Actualization Model: An Interview with Dr. Sidney Stone Brown Curt and Katie interview Dr. Sidney Stone Brown on the Native Self-Actualization Model. We look at Abraham Maslow's work, which was created after spending time with the Blackfoot people as well as how his Hierarchy of Needs supports greed and capitalism. We also talk through indigenous wisdom and how Dr. Brown incorporated their lifestyle and teachings into her work on the Native Self-Actualization Model. She emphasizes the power of altruism, reciprocity, and working together collaboratively. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! An Interview with Dr. Sidney Stone Brown, LPC Sidney Stone Brown was born in Kalispell Montana, and is an enrolled member of the Blackfeet Indian Nation of Browning Montana. She was raised on / near her reservation until 1955, living in her great grandmother's log house with her parents, great uncle, brother and older sisters. They had no running water or indoor toilets; the house was heated with oil and light by kerosene lanterns until 1950.  Dr. Brown's family relocated to Coos Bay Oregon when their reservation faced termination in 1955.  Thereafter Dr. Brown attended west coast schools.  She attended 30 different schools between first grade and graduation at Oregon State University in 1974. Dr. Brown worked her way through college and was employed by her tribe as an employment counselor, where she met a resident psychologist working at the tribal Hospital and became interested in Psychology. Near completion of her master's program she contracted with  1) the  University of Minnesota developing  community action teams for the Red Cliff Reservation, 2) a Lakota CAP agency in Rapid City South Dakota acting alcohol program director and 3) the University of Utah (Montana Wyoming) Alcohol Counselor Trainer and 4)  became permanent employment as director of NARA 1974.  The program was originally funded at $81,000 and in ten years was 1.2 million.  NARA (1981) won a national recognition award for program excellence and it was noted at the presentation in New Orleans that the model (Native Self Actualization) she developed was the most innovative cross-cultural model ever submitted to the National Council on Alcoholism since the awards began in 1946. She has served on many other non-profit boards, appointed a member of the (ADAMHA) Alcohol and Drug Abuse Mental Health Administration Minority Advisory Committee (1974-1976).  She lobbied for Indian and minority services at the Oregon State Legislature subcommittees, and before the US Senate.  she helped form the board and helped develop the certification criteria for NW Indian Alcohol Drug Counselor Certification Board. In 1989 she shifted her career emphasis from administration to clinical services receiving 3 years of clinical supervision at a community mental health center and a residential treatment center to obtain licensure (LPC and NCC-MAC).  Later she was mentored to be a CQI coordinator when employed at a JCAHO certified facility in Newberg Oregon. The program won re-accreditation with accommodation the second year of my employment.  She was admitted to the spiritual/psychology integration program at George Fox University George Fox for fall 2001.  Her clinical work with Native people convinced her she had to understand the impact of religion abuse and abuse by clergy.  She is committed and determined to fulfill her goals to mentor the next generation of minority students and contribute to the literature and research that supports good practices for Native Americans.  In this podcast episode, we talk about The Native Self-Actualization Model Most of us learn Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, but did not hear the story about his time with the Blackfoot Tribe. There is more and more evidence that he took Native teachings and transformed it to match our individualistic, capitalistic society. We reached out to Dr. Brown to help us gather some of the history and the true wisdom about what actualization actually looks like. How has native teaching impacted psychology? Erickson and Jung studied with different tribes Maslow studied with the Blackfoot people before creating his Hierarchy of Needs Maslow did not publish or acknowledge the work of the Blackfoot tribe Maslow's work was for corporations What did Maslow find when studying Native people? Most people were secure (versus the high percentage of folks in poverty on the East Coast) He moved from behaviorist to humanist Learned the way of life with the Blackfoot Tribe What is the Native Self-Actualization Model? “Our world is suffering, people are suffering, because as we grow, and as we live in this world, we see the disparities. And it was never meant that just a few could have extreme wealth, at the expense of everyone else. Every person has a place and a purpose. And security is inherent in indigenous communities.” – Dr. Sidney Stone Brown Inverted Lodge or Teepee (turning Maslow's hierarchy of needs upside down) The inherent purpose or promise babies come into the world with The philosophy of Indigenous People The importance of culture and altruism “When I learned what the Blackfoot people were teaching [Abraham Maslow], I felt the world needed to know that we can look at this differently. Because right now that hierarchy of needs is causing harm. Just a few people being able to be actualized. And I would like to believe that everyone can be actualized.” – Dr. Sidney Stone Brown What has impacted Native mental health? Clement Bear Chief's concept of the holes torn through Native communities The sexualization and objectification of Native women The need for protection people, earth, animals The story of the Blackfoot relationship with the buffalo The commonality of the indigenous experience Everything that was taken from Native people creating holes How to incorporate indigenous practices and teachings to support mental health treatment Important Takeaways “I also want to remind people that I'm doing this because Maslow didn't. I'm doing this because it's possible now. I don't think they would have listened to Maslow if he tried to explain what he learned from the Blackfoot people, so it's time and we need to help each other and teach each other.” – Dr. Sidney Stone Brown The importance of intergenerational knowledge It is essential that indigenous wisdom and way of life survive The power of altruism and reciprocity We all are human beings and need to take care of each other Our Generous Sponsors for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Thrizer Thrizer is a new modern billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible AND clinicians should earn what they are worth. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer, you can potentially save them hundreds every month, with no extra work on your end. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer, an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From there, Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursement quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by check, confusion around benefits, and obscurity with reimbursement status, they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It is very quick to get set up and it works great in completement with EHR systems. Their team is super helpful and responsive, and the founder is actually a long-time therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times The best part is you don't need to give up your rate. They charge a standard 3% payment processing fee! Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit on therapy. Sign up using bit.ly/moderntherapists if you want to test Thrizer completely risk free! Sign up for Thrizer with code 'moderntherapists' for 1 month of no credit card fees or payment processing fees! That's right - you will get one month of no payment processing fees, meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time.   Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Facebook Page: Transformation Beyond Greed TranformationBeyondGreed.com Interviews of Dr. Brown To get the book now, contact Dr. Sidney Stone Brown: drstonebrown-at-gmail.com New Publisher for the Book Coming Soon! Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Therapy as a Political Act: An interview with Dr. Travis Heath The Person of the Therapist: An Interview with Dr. Harry Aponte Bridging Cultural and Communication Differences in a Bilingual Psychotherapy Practice: An Interview with Dr. Carmen Roman   Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube   Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/