In ep142 Neil goes to C-U to see Teenage Bottlerocket. While there he met an old friend who became mayor! And Tom talks about killing rabbits! Music by TBR, Tightwire, The Last Gang, Greedy Loves, Dead Milkmen, Antiseen, The Mentors and Ravagers.
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Patty Lloyd is a driven and Goal Oriented person with a strong work ethic. Focused on healthy, high performing projects and pushing the construction industry forward. Patricia Lloyd is a project coordinator and sustainability advocate with more than 18 years of experience in the construction industry, along with 15+ years of experience coordinating sustainable projects. As a construction professional fluent in sustainability, she provides direction to owners, colleagues, and subcontractors in planning, coordinating, and executing LEED project criteria. She regularly creates LEED scorecards and sustainability plans for Leopardo's projects seeking LEED certification and excels at exceeding sustainability goals set during the planning phase of a project. As co-chair of Leopardo's Total Quality management Sustainability Committee, Patricia works to continually improve sustainability practices and education within the company and on their projects. She is active in the green building community locally, and nationally. She recently ended a 5 year term on the Board of Directors of Illinois Green Alliance, a U.S. Green Building Council Chapter in which she served as an officer in the following roles: Governance Chair, Secretary, Vice Chair, Board Chair, Ex-Officio Chair. She currently serves on the steering committee of Building Green's Sustainable Construction Leaders, is on the Illinois Green Alliance Standing Programs Committee, and is the Chicago Ambassador for the International Living Future Institute. Show Highlights USGBC Technical Advisory Groups (TAG) are really influential within LEED to guide future iterations and exceptions of LEED. The trifecta of renewable energies. ESG is a launch pad and a motivator for firms to engage in meaningful work. Seeing the positive environmental impacts of green buildings. Good options on building healthy buildings you should read up on. Finding the “sustainability sweet spot” for your company. ESG in AEC is taking the world by storm. Why do existing buildings have a huge piece to play in the future? “Don't be afraid to fail. There are so many doors that opened for me because I was willing to throw my hat in the ring, several of which I didn't even think I was remotely qualified for, but clearly at the end of the day, I was. Don't be afraid to fail, throw your hat in the ring, see what's out there.” -Patty Lloyd Patty Lloyd Transcript Patty Lloyd's Show Resource and Information Linkedin Leopardo Companies Tribe of Mentors Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community! If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes. We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast! Copyright © 2021 GBES
1:08:37 – Frank Edward Nora joins PQ Ribber in this look at our mentors! Next: Tips This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License. Overall attribution by PQ Ribber , all other hosts appear courtesy of themselves. Released November 2021 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a […]
One of my Mentors, Wayne Dyer, said, "When you change the way you look at things. The things you look at change". I want to talk with you today about creating change with your perspective and how this is a powerful tool to make massive and long term change in your life. Thanks for listening.
In this episode of Trail Angels powered by Cairn the Load, E. A. Csolkovits, founder of Givers University shares powerful tips to live a successful life. E. A. was born in 1956 in Chicago, Illinois. His humble beginnings were that of the son of a milkman. At the age of 16, he started his business career as a Janitor. At the age of 19, E. A. met Sam Robbins. Sam took E.A. under his wing and began to mentor him. One day while cleaning a wealthy woman's home, E. A. responded to her “hello” with, may I ask you a question. This kind woman spent much of the day in a thoughtful conversation answering E.A,'s questions. Armed with knowledge E. A. set out applying the lessons that he learned that day.E. A. Shares with us the powerful lessons that he has learned from the Trail Angels of his life. They shaped his future. One powerful thing that was shared and that E.A. repeats every single day is 1) I Will Never Give Up 2) I Will Keep Rising Up 3) And I Will Always OvercomeGet a pen and paper sit down and enjoy this episode of Trail Angels. Sign up for our FREE Weekly eNewsletter "The GIVERS Toolbox" at: http://GIVERSuniversity.comRequest more info to be a GIVER Community Chapter Founder or Member of an existing chapter at: http://GIVERSuniversity.com/GIVERSJunto
Dnacho: There are hundreds of ways of how you can generate leads. And then how our client knows what's best for them. And you know, you're going to need years to try all hundreds of them to see what is the right fit for you. And then we said, well, you know what? We do really the outreach. So which type of companies would really benefit the most from the outreach. And when we saw that the high ticket service providers and seeing them as high ticket service providers, not that just because they have expensive services, it's because they have a unique sales process. When it comes to 50K sales. First, it's a really long sale cycle. It's like in months in years in some cases. So it's not like impulsive buying costs, swipe your credit card. Then there are always multiple people involved, even if it's a 50K website as a platform. Yeah. But then the procurement manager, then the marketing manager, then the CEO, then the CEO needs to take it to the board. The board needs to get approval and it is really a complicated sales process. The rewards are also good. I mean, when you sell 10K service, you're like, okay, if I sell five services in total, that's like a 50K, which is a good deal. And when the reward is good, you could actually afford more on the lead generation. And here is not just that as a motivation, we saw that, well, you know what actually, in the high ticket service provider, people. It will not work. If I go, hi, Sean, I'm selling a 50K would you be interested in buying it? Not thank you very much. Next one. Hi, I'm selling a 50 K service. Are you interested? No, thank you very much. But it's really relationship-building. And people are lazy, I mean, even when we're talking about marketing agency, they're like how I can get you five fleets and that's it. And with the high-ticket service providers, it's really relationship-based. So trying to reach out to people, start some chit-chatting, start some conversation starters, try to qualify if they have a problem or not, if not keep them in your circle. I mean, Sean, our extreme was that we were working for a company real estate from Ibiza and they were looking for an investor for 10 million euros. And we were like, okay, our outreach framework is the same. We just need to adjust it a bit. So we screened the whole of Europe, finding investors for real estate investors, property investors, we found few hundreds. We started reaching out to talk with them, but not even a letter from a pitch or from a sales or for something. The whole goal was to find the potential investor, invite them onto Ibiza on a yard, to do fishing with the real estate agent company. And then during the fishing, they can start talking. "You're a nice guy. What do you do? What I do? Okay. Let's try to see some business". Because at that level they don't buy projects, they buy into people. Sean, you're a nice guy. What are you doing? I want to invest in whatever you're doing. I have a lot of money. Project - there will be good projects, bad projects, but if I see that you're a good guy. I want to invest in whatever you're doing. I mean, I'm giving it as an extreme because it was 10 million euros. That is really why we choose the high ticket service providers because relationship building is more important than actually getting the lead because not every prospect that you're reaching out to is the right time at the right moment and ready to come on a call. But on the other hand, if you build a relationship around your client, even after six months, they've decided that they need that solution. We want to position our clients as the go-to guy for that field. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
On this episode of Kings' Hour, the Kings sit down with Tonya McKenzie to discuss the importance of having Role Models and Mentors.Influence is a major part of developing who we are. That influence can come from anywhere a parent, relative, coach, teacher or a celebrity and the list goes on. Who has shaped you into the man or woman you are today? Tonya McKenzie, Redondo beach 2021 Woman of the year, tells us who inspired her, what drives her, and what she believes a Queen's mindset is. This Queen's resume is deep, Tonya is the founder of Sand & Shores PR company in Redondo Beach California. She has also served as the Executive director of the Northern California YMCA, Director of the Oakley California Chamber of Commerce, and leads a dynamic marketing team for a private club in Walnut Creek, CA. Tonya has also published a Real Estate Agent Magazine and chartered a graduate chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. She is a graduate of California State University, Northridge. Tonya is currently the president of the North Redondo Beach Business Association and is the first African American woman to be elected to the board of directors of the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce. She is featured in the book Amazing Moms and has also written the book "A Child's Memories of Cartoons & Murder", with another book coming out in the summer of 2022 called, "L.L.E.A.D. the Way" and so much more. While achieving all of that greatness, Tonya is also a full-time mom with a 21-year-old college basketball player, a 13-year-old baseball player, and 11-year-old twins. Tonya's work ethic, dedication, and continuous work on being the best version of herself is the definition of Queen mentality. She is an inspiration to not only her family but too many more and we are honored to have her on this episode of the Kings' Hour.Tap into one of our best episodes as we aim to inspire a movement of young Kings and Queens. Be King today and every day.Song Credit: Hussle & Motivate - Nipsey Hussle
Michael Pittman is back! He's a marketing guru and entrepreneur extraordinaire, but most importantly he might be one of the most underrated subject matter experts in the world of personal development. Andy and Joe go deep with Michael, touching on numerous topics. Michael opens up on the methods and techniques he's used to climb the ladder and make a name for himself. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/overwhelmedpod/support
Episode 72 | In their conversation, Jason and Sid Koop dive into all things youth ministry, exploring the current state of youth in our churches and how churches are best reaching young people. They talk about the role of the youth pastor and how it can act as both a development role for a future position, but also as committed calling for long term service. Sid highlighted that one of the greatest ways pastors can approach youth pastor roles, is to see it as being centered on equipping and developing volunteers. Whether young and energetic, or more seasoned and less “cool”, great youth pastors develop great volunteers who can invest in the lives of young people. About Sid Koop From camp speaker to local youth pastor to youth ministry professor, Sid Koop draws from a deep well of experience over a couple decades. He is the Executive Director of Youth Worker Community where he and his team are dedicated to filling in the gaps for youth workers by equipping, empowering, and supporting youth workers to help the next generation know Jesus. Sid has a Masters in Youth and Family Ministries and is currently working on his Doctor of Ministry in Emerging Generations at Gordon-Conwell Seminary. Show Notes: Truth Matters Arrow Leadership Youth Worker Community Join The Network! Blog & Episode write-up Website Join our Mailing List! Subscribe on YouTube Follow on Instagram
"My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to take these great people we have and to push them and make them even better." — Steve Jobs"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." — Winston ChurchillSheryl Plouffe is a video strategist, former Canadian TV broadcaster, and the creator of Cash In On Camera.She has been seen by millions over the course of her twenty-five-year career in news media, has produced thousands of videos, and has broadcast over 20,000 hours of live television.Today she shares her perspective on being a Pencil Leader and the importance of good mentors seeing the best in us along our journeys.So make sure to tune in and take some notes. If you're ready, take out your pencils, and let's begin.You can find more about Sheryl and what she is up to at www.sherylplouffe.com._______Your business should spend some marketing budget on a branded podcast. Here's why:A business with a branded podcast set itself apart from the competition and stick in the minds of listeners.According to a BBC Global News study, 'a company mentions within a branded podcast deliver 16% higher engagement and 12% higher memory encoding than the surrounding content on a show.'Branded podcasts contribute to brand growth in a number of ways:89% higher awareness57% higher branded consideration24% higher brand favorability14% higher purchase intentReady to start your branded podcast or to outsource your production? Schedule a call with Elevate Media Group today._____Ready to take your podcast to the next level?Video recorded shows get an increased value because of the content that can be created from the videos.Video content across all platforms does considerably better than regular static posts or audiograms.So if you're ready to get your video game on and live stream to your audience then you need to get with Streamyard.Streamyard makes it simple and easy to record video at high quality as well as stream to multiple locations at once. On top of that, you can use overlays, banners, tickers, etc.Sign up with my affiliate link and get $10 of credit!Sign up today.Support the show (https://paypal.me/pencilleadership)
Les Brown and his twin brother were born on the floor of an abandoned building in Liberty City, a low-income section of Miami, Florida. Their birth mother, married at the time to a soldier stationed overseas, had become pregnant by another man and went to Miami secretly to give birth and three weeks later, she gave them away. He was adopted by Mamie Brown, a 38-year-old single woman who worked as a cafeteria attendant and domestic assistant. As a child, Brown was finding it impossible to concentrate and was labelled "educable mentally retarded" in the fifth grade which damaged his self-esteem and confidence. While in high school, Brown used to fantasize about being on stage speaking to thousands of people. After high school, Brown was firmly intent on becoming a DJ, he learned all he could about the workings of a radio station. One day, when a disc jockey became drunk on the air and Brown was the only other person at the station, he filled in at the microphone. Impressed, the owner of the station promoted Brown to part-time and then full-time disc jockey. In the late 1960s, Brown moved to Columbus, Ohio, where he had a top-rated radio program and was eventually given added duties as broadcast manager. This new level of influence inspired Brown to become more socially and politically conscious, urging his listeners to political action. After being terminated from the radio station, he ran for election in the Ohio House of Representatives and won. After leaving the Ohio State Legislature, he shifted his career to television and became a host on PBS. From September to Nov 1993, he hosted a talk show, The Les Brown Show. When he entered the motivational speaking arena in the mid-1980s, he had virtually nothing, having moved to Detroit with his clothes and just one tape of his motivational speeches. He rented an office that he shared with an attorney. Now, Les Brown is a highly sought-after resource in business and professional circles for Fortune 500 CEOs, small business owners, non-profit and community leaders from all sectors of society looking to expand opportunities. He energizes people to meet the challenges of the world around them. Hundreds of thousands are watching him on YouTube and tens of thousands interact with him regularly on Facebook. He has a keen way of turning what he touches into gold. Over 20 years ago, he won a Chicago-area Emmy® for his unsurpassed fundraising pledge drive for the Public Broadcasting System. Links: Follow True Underdog on IG: www.instagram.com/true_underdog Reach out to Jayson directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Jayson on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayson-waller-/ Follow Jayson on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaysonwallerbam Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.trueunderdog.com Mentioned in the Episode: Website : https://lesbrown.com/ LinkedIn (@lesbrownspeaks): https://www.linkedin.com/in/lesbrownspeaks Instagram @thelesbrown: https://www.instagram.com/thelesbrown/?hl=en Twitter @lesbrown77: https://twitter.com/lesbrown77 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHCi9A9-ibkH3-fOw4GhZUg Facebook @thelesbrown: https://www.facebook.com/thelesbrown Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/les-brown-greatness-radio/id1462650675 Book: https://www.thriftbooks.com/a/les-brown/198999/ Timestamps: 01:37 - Les Brown's new book. 02:42 - Les Brown's Childhood. 05:14 - Les Brown's Mentors. 06:26 - Les Brown's Journey in Politics. 08:25 - Les Brown's battle against Prostate Cancer. 12:18 - The Core Principles to Find Greatness. 14:48 - The Powe of Visualisation. 18:33 - Brown's advice to people who hate their job.
Welcome to this international party episode of The Pelvic Health Podcast. Movers & Mentors is a new book by physiotherapists Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski featuring the thoughts and advice from leaders in physiotherapy and movement science - a book in which I was asked to contribute to along with absolutely brilliant names, including both Julie Wiebe and Sandy Hilton. Tim Reynolds asked to interview me about some of my answers to very cool questions in this book and I thought it would be more fun to have Julie and Sandy join, and decided to make it even more international and exciting by inviting another brilliant physio - Biljana Kennaway. I hope you all enjoy!!!! Find the book HERE Bios via link on the names above :) Bios: Bryan Guzski PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, CSCS (couldn't party with us for this episode) is an outpatient orthopaedic physical therapist practicing in Rochester, NY working primarily with patients with spine related issues and persistent pain. Bryan earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014, completed an orthopaedic residency program through Cayuga Medical Center in 2015 and received his Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist certification, and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Simon Business School at the University of Rochester in 2021. Tim Reynolds PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at Ithaca College and a part-time physical therapist practicing at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, NY where he predominately treats patients with spine or lower extremity impairments. Tim earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014 and completed both his orthopaedic residency and spine fellowship through Cayuga Medical Center, and currently helps mentor and teach in both of these programs as well.
Today's Episode with Kim Karr and Mitch Winterlin:Kim is the creator of #ICANHELP, an organization committed to empowering students to promote digital safety and help change how social media is used as a positive platform. Mitch is the public relations intern who is incredibly passionate about this organization and improving how social media is used. Social media has too often become a platform that feeds the need of comparison and mental illness. But, it can be brought back to a place of genuine connection. Every month, supporters come together and have serious and courageous conversations about what is important to them. Communities and schools see what #ICANHELP is doing to advocate for social media change and apply it to their own communities, spreading the messages.In order to build relationships with large social media platforms, they took the first step and sent a message to Twitter about their problem with the over-complicated process of reporting a harmful tweet. They replied to the message, was inspired by what #ICANHELP is doing, and made the changes needed.#ICANHELP is such a powerful organization because of the passionate students involved. Every student that joins has a different passion for helping problems that are important to them, making the organization incredibly diverse.What action steps can you take to limit your social media use? You can put your phone on do-not-disturb so that you check your phone only when you need to, set a social media time limit, or take a social media cleanse.Everyone can help! Mentors, students, schools, any communities can get involved! #ICANHELP has 8 committees, each with an adult mentor, who help the organization market their ideas and spread the word.Find out more about #ICANHELP at https://www.icanhelp.net/ and on social platforms @icanhelpofficial (Twitter @icanhelp)Kim's hot seat answers! Apple or Android: AppleFavorite book: Marching Off The MapFavorite movie: Grease and High School MusicalApp you couldn't live without: Auto RapDo you believe in aliens?: I hope soBest album/artist: Janet JacksonIdeal vacation spot: AfricaSelf-care activity of choice: Outside concerts, paddle boarding, running, music, dancing, calling peopleBook title written about Kim's life: I Like to Make Life InterestingMitch's hot seat answers! Apple or Android: AppleFavorite book: The Perks of Being a Wallflower or Red, White, and Royal BlueFavorite movie: The NotebookApp you couldn't live without: Snapchat or SpotifyDo you believe in aliens?: YesBest album/artist: 21 - Adele Ideal vacation spot: FranceSelf-care activity of choice: Journal every night, gratitude practicesBook title written about Mitch's life: Mitch Please, A Boy StoryIs there something you would like to see on this podcast that you're not seeing? Send us an email at email@example.com
To my inspiring entrepreneurs, this month is for you!! Michelle Makayi is our next guest to share her journey on our young entrepreneurship series! Michelle was born in Zimbabwe and moved to the United States with her family at the age of 15. Michelle is a 24 year old entrepreneur who owns an online business called Blac Reina where she sells her handmade blankets and fashion accessories. She is multi gifted in arts and crafts; she draws, does canvas paintings, and plays the keyboard at her home church . Michelle is a YouTube blogger and podcaster whose goal is to motivate and encourage young women to find their identity in a world that is full of many pressures. She is also the Founder of Young Catalysts, a forum she created for young people in the diaspora to make a positive impact on their communities and never forget where they came from. Lets support our Young talent, listen now! To find out more about Push Talks Podcast guest and your Push Strategist, visit:Push Strategist WebsiteListen to Michelle on Apple podcast "For my bad girls" and shop her store at https://blacreina.com.Follow Push Talks Podcast for past episodes and follow your Push Strategist Ose Sesay to help you push towards your purpose! InstagramFacebookYouTubeLinkedInPssss...Don't get to take a moment and write us a review on Apple Podcast and subscribe to our YouTube Channel (Push Talks Podcast).© 2021 Push Strategist LLC. All rights reserved. Music by ℗ 2021 Jerne Music Group. All rights reserved
If your business is growing, congratulations! But you will often find that there will come a time when you need some help. But where do you turn? Luckily, the internet has brought about the advent of the virtual assistant. But what kind of tasks should a virtual assistants do? I've made a lot of mistakes when hiring a VA, and I'll share with you 5 of the biggest. Avoid these mistakes, and your business will skyrocket. This episode bears repeat listening! LINKS MENTIONED: 123Employee - - Global virtual assistant site https://www.123employee.com Ask Sunday - virtual assistant site https://www.asksunday.com Asana - project manager software https://www.asana.com Upwork - freelance worker site https://www.upwork.com ===== PhysicianCoaches.com The #1 Doctor Directory for Physician Coaches, Consultants, and Mentors https://www.PhysicianCoaches.com ————— Now an Amazon Best Seller! The Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart, and Love Medicine Again, 2nd Edition: Updated with over 50 pages of new content including new chapters on goal setting, mindset, and sales strategies for a successful online business! https://www.amazon.com/Positioned-Physician-Updated-Smart-Medicine/dp/B08QFBMWCY FREE Masterclass: How to Become a High Paid, In Demand Physician Coach or Consultant https://www.positionedphysician.com/f/highly-paid-masterclass
In this episode, Danielle and James discuss legends Brennan Manning, Henri Nouwen, Frederick Buechner, and Nelson Mandela. There are many who have impacted the world through the power of the pen, and if you haven't read some of these books, Danielle and James will tell you where to start. Next episode: Living Prophets! Get ready...Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate. This episode is part three on the topic of Dead Mentors. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more informtation on IMBY Homes (In My Back Yard) go to imbyhomes.org
James Carbary is the bestselling author of Content-Based Networking: How to Instantly Connect with Anyone You Want to Know. He's also the founder of Sweet Fish Media, a podcast-first media company. He's been a contributor for the Huffington Post & Business Insider, and he also co-hosts the B2B Growth Show (a top ranked podcast according to Forbes).Follow James on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamescarbary/Learn more about Sweet Fish Media here: https://sweetfishmedia.com/Did you ever do any podcasts in person at, at any point in time? So we have, but I don't... To me, the benefit of being able to interview somebody from wherever you are in the world, without the limitation of having to be in-person, has always been so much more attractive to me. And the thing about in-person interviews, it accelerates the friendship a lot faster, and I'm big on that. Like using podcasting as a way to generate, or not generate, but like cultivate really genuine relationships with people. So when you're in person, obviously being in person, you can, you just have a different level of intimacy with the person there. But, no, I haven't done a lot of in person interviews. I think maybe a handful. Yeah. And as someone who's done as much as many podcasts as you have, I do, because I have a second podcast called mile high Mentors, which is all local community, Colorado base, Colorado guests, everything. It really brings a different dynamic doing it in person. I just, I can't wait for the day where we can be in virtual reality and literally feel like we're in the same room, do a podcast that way. We're on the the way there, hopefully. You know what I mean? Your local podcast idea, man... I'm convinced that there are people in real estate, people that own like... The people that own marketing agencies that focus on the local market, like there are so many industries that if they just started like the Denver Entrepreneurs Show or like whatever, like going local like that, it would position you so well to build all the right relationships. Dude, the niche show has been so underutilized, because that was my first podcast. B2B Mentors was a little more recent. And when I first wanted it to get into podcasting. I'm like, whoa, there's a lot of podcasts out there, and you know, what do I want to do that's unique? And I know Colorado's got this big ecosystem that in 10 years from now is going to be on the global stage, which are a kind of already is. And so I decided to do it on all local niche. And it's been total trampoline, I think because of the focus that literally when you really start getting in touch with your local community and understanding all the influence that's there... We're only one degree connected from everywhere else in the world. So I can only speak to that. It's been a blessing having that and starting it that way, just out of serendipity. Like, I wanted to do it in person. It was actually going to be a TV show when we first started. Okay. Yeah. The other piece, you can level up your video when you're in person. You can do a video, obviously, digitally like what we're doing right now, but just having a zoom background or whatever the office of the other person that you're talking to, it's a little bit limiting. Where, when you're doing in person interviews, you can have a couple cameras set up and you can do a little bit more stuff in post that, that creates a little bit, I dunno, just a higher level of production and depending on how you're repurposing the content, it can end up going really well for you. In the energy, there's a huge difference in energy doing that stuff in person. Just being able to read each other's social cues a little bit differently. So, it's been a little disheartening going back to zoom all the way, but it's still good. And you're still able to get good convo in everything. You just gotta be extra, extra thoughtful in how you're going about it. Yeah. So what, what was it for you, man, that you had this local podcast. Why then start another one? Why start B2B Mentors? Mile High Mentors, the formatting of the show is a little different and I love sales and marketing and like nerding out about sales and marketing and business development and strategy, more specifically. So, I found a lot of my podcasts- I kind of started inking a lot of these shows. They are kind of started bleeding into Mile High Mentors a bit like. I'm like, I would really like a separate show that's all focused set on leadership, business development. And I can, I can do this more on the global stage and have guests from, you know, Israel, and UK and anywhere in the world. There is a yin and yang to it. There's a yin and yang to having a local Show. I still run it. And it still well, well worth having those separate, but that was why I kind of went in one direction over the other. So this is a good question. Now my question for you, it's not maybe not as good of a question, but why Cherry Coke? Why not Cherry Pepsi? Cherry Pepsi doesn't live up to your standard? Bro, like I just hate Pepsi. I don't know if it tastes too water down to me, but I like, I will legitimately leave a restaurant if they're a Pepsi shop. I was going to be like, sorry, like I have to go next door. I don't know when that happened. I think it was like my late twenties when I started just developing this incredibly bad taste for Pepsi for some reason. And so our team jokes around about it all the time, like one of the questions we ask our new employees: are you Team Coke or are you Team Pepsi?And a it's, it's how I, how I know whether they're going to be on my good side from the get or not. You won't hire them if they're Pepsi? You're just discriminating against people who are Pepsi fans. Oh, I'll end up in, ah, in, in jail at some point for my discrimination toward Pepsi lovers. But for now you're moving, you're shaking. You're doing business. Just for those that are listening, please brag about yourself. Give, but yeah, man, give just a background 60 second synopsis on what lead you to where you're at, in your career today and some of the major wins along the way. Yeah. So, I won a sweepstakes back in 2008, I didn't actually it. My roommate's brother-in-law won this sweepstakes through a phone company called Alltel. And it was one of those deals where you, like, text football to 1-800-ALL-TEL. And you can win an all expense trip to a professional football game of your choice with nine of your friends. And so I was one of the friends that got to go on this trip. Took a private jet to New York city, got to go all around the city in a private, like, limo bus with a police escort. Got to watch the Giants-Cowboys game in a suite right next to Jerry Jones. It was like this is unreal experience. And there's a guy that was leading all of, kind of, the logistics for the trip. His name was Jeff and he was waiting there for us as soon as we got off the private jet that morning. He was in the limo bus with us, coordinating with a police escort. And so he was with us the entire day and I just ended up hitting it off at this guy and didn't really think anything of it. I just thought, "Oh, he's probably some low level employee with Alltel." I didn't really think in any of it. But we talk about faith. We talked about family, business... And by the end of the day, I found out that he's actually the CEO of this global logistics company that Alltel hired. And he just really likes New York. And so he happened to be on the trip himself. And so we ended up swapping contact information. I didn't think anything is going to happen from it. So I'm not really thinking anything at all about this interaction. And about a year and a half later, he calls me and asks me to move across the country. I was living in Oklahoma at the time. He asked me to move to Orlando to help him run the helicopter division of his logistics company. And so, prayed about it and decided to say yes, moved across the country and at helicopter logistics for NASCAR, actually, for three years. And the reason I like telling that part of my story is because it's segued really nicely into what we do now in the world of podcasting. I actually don't care much about podcasting like, I think it's cool. I think it's nice. But what I really care about is relationships and how can you reverse engineer, genuine relationships with the exact people that you want to know? Because the relationship with Jeff that I built in 2008 was completely serendipitous. It happened by accident. There was no strategy or purpose in meeting Jeff. I just happened in to that. And I think so many of us just stumble into these life changing relationships, but what I have found with podcasting or with really any sort of content collaboration, I've built the business around podcasting because I think its the easiest form of content collaboration. But what I loved so much about it, what we helped other companies do, is try to figure out like how, how can I reverse engineer relationships with the exact people that I need to know to move my business forward? And when you have a podcast. So for us, we work with a lot of VPs of marketing at B2B SaaS companies. So, our Show B2B growth. We literally go to VPs of marketing at B2B SaaS companies and ask them to be a guest on our show. And most of the time we don't end up doing business with them. But a lot of times we do. And through that collaborative process of creating an episode with them, we actually get to know them. We build this meaningful relationship with this human on the other end of the Zoom call, and through that collaboration, sometimes they end up referring us to people. Sometimes they end up becoming our customer, but regardless at the end of the day, we've developed a friendship with that person. Listen in for the full episode!
If you ever suspect that a deal seems too good to be true, be careful - you're probably right. In this episode, Shawn Winslow shares a story about a juicy investment that quickly turned into a nightmare and another one about a laundry room where people did more than just washing their clothes. Stay tuned to learn a cool trick to connect with experienced investors and how to evaluate your potential transactions. Key takeaways to listen for Is it possible to have time AND money? What types of commercial real estate are available? Where to find a mentor and how to reach out to them Proposed tax changes you should pay attention to What is the 1% rule for investment properties? Resources mentioned in this episode Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! FAKE: Fake Money, Fake Teachers, Fake Assets: How Lies Are Making the Poor and Middle Class Poorer About Shawn Winslow Shawn Winslow is the founder and Managing Partner of Greenbriar Capital Group. He has an aptitude for investing in multifamily apartments, providing his clients with significant passive income and generational wealth creation. His passion is helping his investors achieve financial freedom by reducing their dependency on conventional income and investments such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds so they can pursue their own dreams. In addition to pursuing attractive risk-adjusted returns for his investors, Shawn strives to enhance the life of every tenant, team member, and individual that comes into contact with Greenbriar and its partners. Connect with Shawn Website: www.greenbriarcg.com Instagram: @shawnowins Facebook: Shawn Winslow LinkedIn: Shawn Winslow YouTube: Shawn Winslow E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Leigh Please subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or in the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting https://leighbrown.com. DM Leigh Brown on Instagram or on Twitter or any social networks by clicking here. Subscribe to Leigh's other podcast Real Estate From The Rooftops! Sponsor Start your free, all-access trial today. There's no credit card required. For a limited time, Follow Up Boss is doubling the free trial for CSIRE listeners—that's a full 30 days to see how Follow Up Boss helps you close more deals. LINK: Followupboss.com/crazy
Join us today as we continue the conversation from our previous episode. We are joined by our Senior Titus 2 mums who come along side younger mums and live out 1 Thessalonians 5:1! Remember to subscribe now so you never miss an episode on Monday with the mums and Thursday with the Mentors!
In Episode 56, Kassie Gray, Founder/Director of Female Footballers and former Cal soccer player, talks with Phil about her mission and vision to help young girls focus on the mental aspects of sports, the value of playing multiple sports, the importance of mentors, preventing burnout, and what excites and disappoints her about soccer in America. Specifically, Kassie discusses: Her story, how she developed her passion for soccer and leadership, and how she got to be where she is today (2:44) The new club her husband started and how it is seeking to be different from the rest (6:37) The mission and vision of Female Footballers, and how Kassie is working to empower females in the world of soccer (9:40) The importance and value of playing multiple sports (16:14) The power of soccer as a tool to teach life lessons to our kids, and how we are getting it right and wrong in youth sports (21:10) Her personal why and how she is living it out in her life (24:23) Why everyone should have a mentor and why they are so important (28:25) What's causing our young players to burn out and what we can do to avoid it (33:22) Why we need to be proactive and not reactive (36:38) What excites Kassie about soccer in America (42:10) What she hopes young women going through Female Footballers will learn and internalize, and live out through the program (49:46) How she is using what she learned through soccer in her marriage and parenting (55:20) Her recommendations (1:00:45) Resources and Links from this Episode Female Footballers website Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, by Carol Dweck Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, by Angela Duckworth Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know, by Adam Grant The Sports Psych Show, by Dan Abrahams Laughter Permitted, by Julie Foudy Just Women's Sports Podcast “A League of Their Own” (film) “Ted Lasso” (Apple TV+)
THROWBACK to past interview with Vengreso CEO interviewing me about sales content. On this episode of #SellingWithSocial, Connor Dube and I explain the critical importance of leveraging effective sales content. Connor is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Active Blogs, and he's been involved in sales and marketing from a very young age. His insights reach far beyond his millennial years, and you don't want to miss hearing his stories. He understands the relationship needed between marketing and sales departments like few others do, and he shares the top 3 pillars your content marketing needs to be built on in order for it to be successful. Be sure to give this episode your full attention!Leveraging Sales Content is Essential, No Matter Your Company SizeLeveraging sales content is one of the best strategies any company or salesperson can leverage to drive engagement. Content should play a massive role in the life of a modern salesperson because it's a key feature that fuels sales conversations. Buying processes are getting longer and companies employ multiple decision makers that are more informed than ever before. Providing content to prospects allows them to build a trusting relationship with your company, even before they speak to a sales rep.Connor explains that marketing and sales departments must work together to create sales content that sends the right message at the right time. He says, “They have to be married together because the salespeople are going to win by being able to provide the right types of insights to marketing, and marketing being able to regurgitate that into usable content.”Follow this 80/20 Rule for the 3 Pillars of Sales ContentFrom his time managing and training sales teams, Connor has identified 3 main pillars that sales content falls into. Here they are.Educational contentEntertaining contentActionable contentContent marketers and salespeople run into trouble when they start devoting 80% of their content to the actionable pillar. Instead, Connor recommends that only 20% of your content is actionable while 80% is split between the first two pillars. Sales is relational, and educational/entertaining content builds a relationship with a prospect. For the full story behind these 3 pillars and how they can help you improve your sales content game, give this episode your full attention.... listen in for more!
Darla Biel earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS, a M.A. and M.F.A. in English from Iowa State University and Pacific University respectively, and a Certificate in Fund Raising Management from Indiana University. She expects to complete her Certificate in Child & Adult Advocacy Studies from the University of South Dakota in Dec. 2021.Biel taught writing courses at GrandView College and Iowa State University before teaching at South Dakota State University, where she also collaborated with colleagues across disciplines on sustained creative and research projects. After leaving higher education, Biel became Executive Director at the Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program (BCYMP), where she implemented evidence-based best practices, aligned and assessed BCYMP using the Developmental Relationship Framework, increased Mentors' capacity to serve Mentees with ACES, and led BCYMP to becoming one of only 33 mentoring programs nationally to earn a Disability Mentoring Certificate.Biel also served on the facilitating team that led Brookings County residents through the Resilient Communities: South Dakota process and is passionate about helping other communities increase their capacity to collectively know, respond to and prevent child maltreatment. In addition to serving on a Rotary District 5610 committee that works to increase awareness of human trafficking and the correlation between ACES and victimization, Biel serves on the boards of Ascension Lutheran Church in Brookings, the South Dakota State Poetry Society, and the South Dakota Nonprofit Network. She lives in Brookings with her husband, Marc. They have five children.
3 Ways to Amplify Your Brand in 2022 - Connor's Curiosities #035Follow and connect with the host, Connor Dube on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/socialsellingexpert/Instagram: connor_dubeIf you're already thinking you need to find a more efficient way to conquer your monthly B2B content like blogs, newsletters, and social media – we'd like to show you how we can improve the quality, save you tons of time, and achieve better results! To learn more visit www.activeblogs.com
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Episode #478: How to Deal with FEAR in Business Entrepreneurs suffer from fear for many reasons 9 out of 10 businesses fail failure is part of the journey...baggage Even Success can provoke anxiety and fear pressure to perform fear of money Fear of failure is a state not a trait...very important Many sources of fear of business: financial security cashflow and revenue self esteem (imposter syndrome) social views and impressions FOMO opportunity costs time value The source of fear is important for a few reasons: 1-some fear is a motivator (money, FOMO, opportunity cost) 2-some fear is a demotivator (self esteem, social views, etc) FEAR causes paralysis and overanalyzing situation (F>E>A>R) Fear affects your goals you set (holding back, not 100% in) Fear can make you add pressure, urgency and timelines to certain goals that are unnecessary and affect results in a negative way. What are some ways you can respond and what are traits needed to successfully navigate and deal with fears in business: Harvard Business Review listed 4 key elements entrepreneurs can use to analyze and deal with fear in business: 1-Emotional self-monitoring and control. Emotional intelligence involves both awareness of one's feelings and being able to control their influence on thought and behavior. Some of our entrepreneurs could pull this off. “If I'm in a lower mood one week and I look at my projects, I see only negative things and reasons why it can't happen. I started to learn that that's actually not associated with the projects, but it's associated with my emotions,” one said. Added another, “I've recently been learning to separate that anxiety out because I've learned that it's just transient.” Emotional self-awareness is a skill that can be learned, and it involves becoming aware of the signs of emotions intruding upon consciousness through feelings and moods, anticipating their impact on thoughts, and using this awareness to limit their effects on decision and action. Practicing self-awareness can help curb the potent influences of negative emotions on goal setting and decision making. 2-Problem solving. Actively seeking out flaws and weaknesses and doing something about them is a powerful means of reducing the fear of failure. Intuition is a potent source of information, and research has demonstrated that among experts, tacit knowledge and gut instinct lead to rapid and effective decision making. Such instincts are often associated with feelings rather than specific thoughts. Feelings of fear driven by concerns over the idea, for example, can offer important signals that work is needed. When treated as such a signal and acted on, rather than being repressed or ignored, these emotional flags can help entrepreneurs eliminate weaknesses and flaws in their venture idea. A proactive, problem-solving response to feelings of fear can help reduce fear. But our research also shows that such action tends to be inhibited when the fear is caused by doubts about the validity of the business idea. This suggests that taking a deliberately action-oriented approach, overcoming the desire to repress or ignore the problem, will be especially important. Of course, weaknesses can never be eliminated altogether. For any entrepreneur, perfectionism is potentially dangerous. 3-Learning. Entrepreneurs told us one of the ways in which they overcome the feelings of fear was through learning and information seeking. This might be for core knowledge, such as computer coding skills on the part of the software entrepreneur seeking financing, or learning to cope with the high pace of activities that most entrepreneurs experience. Some of the entrepreneurs we interviewed learned through formal education and training, although it was more common to do research, reflect, and network with experts and mentors. Learning is a powerful antidote to fear of failure, helping to mitigate one's doubts by increasing one's capabilities. But uncertainty is real and constant. Uncertainty and ambiguity are defining features of the challenge of entrepreneurship. There are always unknown unknowns out there, and so a recognition that one will never have all the information one wants — that one will always have to keep learning — is important. 4-Seeking support. Reaching out to mentors who are directly related to the business you are starting is really key and really helpful. For entrepreneurs in a constant battle with fear of failure, mentors and networks can be a vital source of reassurance. Mentors and social supports are beneficial because they support the three strategies of learning, problem solving, and self-awareness. Bottom Line is that FEAR in your business is a real thing. But remember that you are not alone and it comes with the territory. Fear can have both Negative and Positive affects so be aware of the source and reason for fear. NOTE-even the positive affects can bring added stress so be aware of this. So, even though FEAR is a common and natural thing in business....developing your ability to identify and deal with it is the real skill you must develop.
What does it take for women to thrive in the corporate world? After spending decades trying to figure out the answers, my guest Helen Appleby came to realize that men had advantages that women didn't. So she formulated her own set of rules that she now shares through her book, podcast, coaching and programs for women. In this interview, Helen shares specific, practical tips based on her experiences. My male listeners will benefit from our entire conversation and in particular the ideas she shares at the end on how men can support women in the workplace.Helen is an expert in women's leadership. She's navigated her own path to success in corporate life, which included running a billion-dollar global business and living and working in six countries. Helen now provides coaching and training to other women leaders. She wrote her book The Unwritten Rules of Women's Leadership to help women step into their power, write their own rules and succeed in their career. She's also the host of The Unwritten Rules Podcast, where she interviews women about their journeys and lessons learned in the corporate world. You'll discover: Why the advice Helen's father gave her was both encouraging and unhelpfulThe difference between visible and invisible work—and why invisible work is not enoughHelen's recommendation for making your work more visible without coming across as self-promotionalThe roles of Mentors and Sponsors in helping you advance your career3 things men can do to support the women they work with
Jim Rohn International Founder, Kyle Wilson shares clips from the recent 3 Day Retreat he and iconic speaker and author, Denis Waitley, hosted at Denis' compound in Rancho Santa Fe, CA on Oct 1-3. Denis and Kyle were honored to also have special guest Darren Hardy, John Assaraf and Brian Tracy join in the first night of the retreat. Kyle shares highlights from Denis Waitley over the 3 days including: - Denis sharing why to live in the present moment - Being authentic as a speaker - Denis being a lyricist and writing poems - Lessons on parenting, giving your kids roots and wings versus loot and things - Denis on if he had to live his life over again - How to achieve financial independence - Denis talking about having to go through chemo and radiation and how during that time he rewired his brain using neuroscience and much more Follow Denis at Waitley.com and on social media @deniswaitley -------------------- Kyle Wilson, Founder Jim Rohn International, YourSuccessStore, LessonsFromExperts.com and KyleWilson.com Kyle has filled huge seminar rooms, launched and published multiple publications with over a million subscribers a week, has produced/published over 100+ hours of DVD and CD programs and has published and sold millions of books including titles by Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley, and more. Get FREE Your Copy of the Recent Book I Published, Success Habits of Super Achievers, including powerful lessons from Darren Hardy, Kevin Eastman, Brian Tracy, Les Brown, Lisa Haisha, Denis Waitley, John Assaraf, Phil Collen of Def Leppard and over 80 thought leaders.Send an email to email@example.com with "send SH book" in the subject. Listen to the Success Habits Podcast - Go to KyleWilson.com/podcast Learn More About the Kyle Wilson Inner Circle Mastermind https://kylewilson.com/mastermind/ What Others are Saying About Kyle “Kyle, thank you for our partnership and friendship. Friendship is wealth and you make me a rich man. Love and Respect!” Jim Rohn, Iconic Philosopher & Speaker “I guard my endorsements carefully. Regarding Kyle, he is simply a marketing genius! No joke. Kyle was the wizard behind the successful business of my mentor Jim Rohn. Every marketing dilemma I have ever had Kyle has given me the brilliant and elegant solution on the spot. Kyle's consulting has saved and earned me hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years.” Darren Hardy, Former Publisher SUCCESS Magazine "Kyle Wilson is brilliant and so very knowledgeable and an icon in this industry. He was the power behind Jim Rohn. Kyle is my longtime friend and someone I have a great deal of respect for." Les Brown, Iconic Speaker and Author “I have worked closely with Kyle Wilson for 20 years. He is one of the best all-around marketers, promoters, business-builders and entrepreneurs in the business today. We have generated more than a million dollars together.” Brian Tracy, Int Speaker & Author “Kyle is a valued friend, a marketing superstar and one of the most knowledgeable people in the personal development industry.” Robin Sharma, Monk Who Sold His Ferrari “I've known and worked with Kyle Wilson for over 20 years. Kyle is the ONLY person that ALWAYS under-promised and over-delivered every single time my dad Zig and I worked with him. He is a valued friend and someone I have great admiration and respect for!" Tom Ziglar, President of Zig Ziglar Corp “Kyle is one of my old and dear friends and one of the smartest marketing guys I have had the opportunity to work with. He is the scrappy marketing guy. What I mean by that is, there are lots of guys who will put out business plans and do all kinds of nonsense and swing for home runs. Kyle is the real deal and finds ways to create product, add value, help people, build community, he's unbelievable.” Eric Worre, Author of Go Pro Follow Kyle Wilson: Instagram: instagram.com/kylewilsonjimrohn Facebook: facebook.com/kylewilsonmarketing YouTube: youtube.com/KyleWilsonMarketing Twitter: twitter.com/kwmarketing Subscribe, Rate & Review (plus bonuses) Please subscribe to the Success Habits Podcast and leave an honest rating & review. This will encourage other people to listen and allow us to grow as a community. The bigger we get as a community, the bigger the impact we can have on the world. Once subscribed, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive over $200 in cool bonuses.
Christian Dennie, a sports lawyer, commercial litigator, and partner at Barlow, Garsek, & Simon in Fort Worth, joins us on today's show. Christian talks about understanding the case, demonstrating grit, and how the new name, image, and likeness legislation is playing out thus far.His firm/practiceFirm is headquartered in Fort Worth with a Southlake officeCommercial firm (no criminal)He focuses on sports clients but does a number of things under that umbrella including arbitrationFort Worth / Tarrant County legal practiceSmall town with over 1M peoplePlenty of large businessesLots of lifersMore local/Texas based firmsCollegial and supportive of one anotherNew name, image, and likeness NCAA rules and state laws, as well as potential changes to the NCAA constitution are significant issuesAdvice to lawyers in practiceHave someone that will take you under their wing and serve as a mentor to you and help you learn/growYou win lawsuits in the library and not the courtroomSometimes the law is not on your side but you need to be creative because things need to changeCan happen in the courtroom with a decision, ORIn a settlement or outside of the courtroom...can be just as good as a decisionTake the case and figure it outIt's not about sitting in your office 18 hours a day to show that you are committed; but it's not about the hoursYou are a problem solverIdeal is to be at a law firm that has enough work that you aren't having to "create time" to meet your billable hour requirementsDaniel recalls former guest Jim Chester's advice to never leave a partner's office without the DDB (deadline / deliverable / budget).Important for the client to understand what they are asking as wellFormulate a game plan early for how you are going to generate the clients you wantPut yourself around the clients you want, but with the expertise you have even if that is different than what you ultimately want to doUnderstand the culture/business/environment of the clients you want to serveAdvice to Lawyers On The Lateral MarketDemonstrate the work you have doneHow does your work history match what the firm needsIs there a cultural fit?If you played sports in college or beyond that stands out to him because of the grit factorTrial experience, judicial clerkships, real estate deals/closings, employment contract experience all looks goodIf you don't have those things, do you have the interest, curiosity, and willingness to transitionSports Law Not a lot of large national deals yet2nd Circuit Court of Appeals / Gatto caseLots of local/regional dealsJust making sure they comply with state law, because if they don't then they won't comply with NCAA rulesContract can't extend beyond eligibility and there are multiple places in agreements where perpetual licenses are insertedBonuses based on results are not permissible and some of the early contracts had those in thereSchools are starting to get a better grasp of itTexas' law specifically says you can't use logos/marks which can cause issuesSome schools are trying to figure out how to permit the useHouston Travis Scott concertWas there adequate security?What does the license on the ticket say and do we have an enforceable arbitration clause?What if you are forced to click a link to go out and read the fine print of the license?Insurance?The NCAA recommendations on constitution/bylaw changes is a major issue in college athletics; especially if we see more power pushed down to the conference levelRapid Fire QuestionsName one trait/characteristic you most want to see in an associate: Ability to roll up the sleeves and get after it; willing to do what it takes; send the fax!What habit has been key to your success: understanding the client; establishing trustFavorite app/productivity tool: TwitterWhat would be listed first on the interest line of your resume: sports and family; stand-up paddle boardingFavorite legal movie: A Time to Kill / My Cousin VinnyFirst date of OU/TX in the SEC: 2023Thanks again to Christian Dennie for joining us on today's show!
Are you treating your side gig as a business as a hobby? If you're responsible for almost every task in your business, or if your business would completely fall apart without you, then you really are treating it like a hobby. But there is a solution! Delegate or automate. When business buyers look to invest or purchase your business outright, one of the most important things to have are SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures). On this episode, you will learn 5 easy to follow steps to start optimizing your business, and giving you more time freedom. LINKS MENTIONED: Hire content article writers IWriter.com SOP Templates Site Trainual.com Jarvis - Artificial Intelligence Content Creator https://bootstrapmd.com/go/jarvis/ ===== PhysicianCoaches.com The #1 Doctor Directory for Physician Coaches, Consultants, and Mentors https://www.PhysicianCoaches.com ————— Now an Amazon Best Seller! The Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart, and Love Medicine Again, 2nd Edition: Updated with over 50 pages of new content including new chapters on goal setting, mindset, and sales strategies for a successful online business! https://www.amazon.com/Positioned-Physician-Updated-Smart-Medicine/dp/B08QFBMWCY FREE Masterclass: How to Become a High Paid, In Demand Physician Coach or Consultant https://www.positionedphysician.com/f/highly-paid-masterclass
S08 E02 Who are your mentors, dead or alive? In this episode Danielle and James discuss the founders of the Salvation Army, William and Catherine Booth. What started out as a fiery and hardcore Justice and evangelism movement in London England 150 years ago has grown into a global organization serving the poor and proclaiming the gospel. Dive into a brand new series with Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON), as they discuss books they love and hate. This first episode kickoff is on the topic of Dead Mentors. Stay tuned for more next week!For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more informtation on IMBY Homes (In My Back Yard) go to imbyhomes.org
Sean: I have hit some speed bumps on my journey to starting a business and I'm starting to feel discouraged. How can I keep pushing forward? Get mentors. That's the best thing. I mean, when I'm stuck in a rut, I actually ask mentors because they've been there, you know. These are people who have also struggled with the things that you are struggling with, or have failed where you're struggling with, and they got up and they learn from it. Mentors are good because they evaluate their failures. They evaluate their experiences. If they didn't, they'd still be failures and they're not going to mentor you. And make sure to choose your mentors well. Make sure that they are mentors with no agendas, that they really have a helping spirit. There are people who just want to help. They have a helping spirit. Make sure that they are those kinds of people so that you can ask them for time and ask them questions. And also respect them. Respect their time. When you ask them for one hour, stick to one hour. And make sure you prepare your questions before the mentorship session. Don't go into the mentorship session and say, “I'm here. I want to learn from you.” Mentorship is not like that where you sit on the teacher's feet and get enlightened. Mentorship is about asking questions to people who have gone the way. So prepare your questions ahead. With my mentors, usually, I have 20 questions. I'm just being safe, but usually, with 5 or 10 questions, the one hour has gone by. It has flown by. But I prepare a set of 20 questions just in case there's still time I want to squeeze that in because I want to learn from this person, you know. So that's how I do. And I feel encouraged after that because I realize it's not so bad where I am. It's actually worse what they've gone through because of technology or the advent of, you know, having mentors like this person or that person. So get mentors. That's one of the ways that I have been able to do it. And I found it very encouraging, very enlightening. I mean, I'm not going to be where I am today without my mentors. That's how important they are to me. How about you, JM? JM: Besides getting mentors it's important for you also to get a group that can encourage you. I hope I can pronounce it right. Inklings. Have you heard about C.S. Lewis? And then the other authors also, they have this group called The Inklings. So they meet every week for a certain day. And then at a certain, I think that's a cafe in the UK and then, they will just meet, and discuss the books that they're writing about. And so it's very important for you to have those people who can give you support and feedback when it comes to the challenges that you're facing. And also to give you encouragement whenever you need it, whenever you feel stuck, or whenever you feel, I like your words earlier, you're paralyzed, Sean. And I know a lot of people are dealing with that also nowadays. So that's my encouragement for you to get a group as well, besides having a mentor, which is very important. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
AJ Wilcox is a LinkedIn Ads pro who founded B2Linked.com, a LinkedIn Ads-specific ad agency, in 2014. He's an official LinkedIn partner, host of the LinkedIn Ads Show podcast, and has managed among the world's largest LinkedIn Ads accounts worldwide. Follow AJ on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wilcoxaj/Learn more about B2Linked here: https://b2linked.com/Let's dive in. And I'm excited for this one. We'd been talking about doing this and there's just so much that we can nerd out about here. Oh I can't wait! Yeah, man. Thank you. Thank you. I'm so grateful for you making the time and joining us, and I'm so excited for all of you listening to this show today, AJ is just a killer with LinkedIn advertising, and it's going to be a really fun show. So as a way to get started, please, my friend brag about yourself. Give us, give us a quick background as to what led you to where you're at in your career today. Sure so I started out in digital marketing. I've loved it for the last 13 years, but I really stumbled on to LinkedIn Ads about nine years ago. And the story there was, I went into a company, my CMO- the new boss said, Oh, by the way, you know, on, on day one, you just, we just started a pilot using LinkedIn Ads. So see what you can do with it. It was kind of flippantly. And I was like, Oh man, I've never heard of LinkedIn Ads before. Like what, what have I got myself into? And about two weeks later, one of my sales reps came up to me and said, "AJ, we don't know what you're doing over here, but we're fighting over your leads, keep it up." And I was like, what are you talking about? So I logged into our CRM. I took a look at the leads and every single one of them that he was talking about, we are sourced from LinkedIn Ads and it was not the only advertising I was doing. So a long story short, it worked well. So I kept investing. I eventually took it to become LinkedIn's largest spending ad account world-wide. And after running that for a few years, I went, okay, there's got to be more companies than just this one that would slay it on LinkedIn ads. So I want to go and help those brands out. And so I started B2Linked about six years ago and we're a specialty ad agency. Literally LinkedIn Ads is all we do. Yeah. It's man. There's so much to break down with this to LinkedIn Ads is just this whole unique world. And what was the difference? What was LinkedIn Ads like when you were running em then and comparison to where they're at now? It's gotten quite a bit better, but it's always been four years behind Facebook ads. It it's always just never held a candle to Google. It. It's always just been a very unique kind of animal. And even from day one, even back when you can get clicks for $2 a piece You that was still expensive at the time. You know, right now we're paying eight to $11 per click using LinkedIn Ads. But when we were paying $2 a click, we still call it that expensive because Google and Facebook we're still, you know, significantly less than that. So they're making strides. I think they finally realized what tool they have and how valuable it is. And they're putting resources into making it better, but it's still a little ways behind the others. Yeah. Do you think Microsoft's acquisition, that's a positive for the future of LinkedIn advertising? I do think so because I've, I was a long time Bing Ads advocate. I still am. I guess they call it Microsoft advertising now. And I watched that team. I know them quite well. I watched that team take a product from zero to being in direct competition with the world's most sophisticated ad platform in just a matter of years. And so I think if LinkedIn will take anyone from the Microsoft advertising's advice on how to build out an ad platform, ultimately, I think it's going to be a really good thing for them. Yeah. Interesting. So what is it that makes or breaks for good LinkedIn advertising? Yeah. I break it down with an acronym called the AMO- and it it's what you need for a successful social media ads campaign. And your a is your, your audience. Who you are targeting and going M is your message for here's what I'm saying and, and what the prospect is going to see. And then O is your offer. And this is what you're asking people to do. What your call to action is, your lead magnet. And what we find is the reason we are willing to pay LinkedIn's high prices is access to that audience. So the A has really taken care of on LinkedIn. We're just ultra specific targeting, only the exact right people who can afford us, who feel the pain that we solve. The Message really depends on the offer, but O, the offer is by far the most important make or break thing with your campaign. Because I mean picture of yourself in just surfing through LinkedIn. If you saw an ad that said, click here to talk to our sales rep, here's what we do. You're going to think to yourself, I'm not here to do business with a vendor or find a new vendor. I'm on my way to go do something else. And chances are, you're like everyone else. You wouldn't click that ad. And so if you're trying to run with that kind of offer, like cut right to the chase, talk to sales, it, it will be insanely expensive and you will get very few leads out of it. But if you could move a little ways up the friction, Scale where you're going to provide a lot of value to someone. And in exchange, you're asking for their, their contact info. So you can follow up, we call it gated content or lead magnets. That seems to be the best approach to LinkedIn ads. And so if you have a piece of content, let's say a webinar or a guide that your prospects just look at it and go, oh, that is amazing. I need that. That's how, you know, your LinkedIn ads, campaigns going to be a huge success. Really? Interesting. So what you're saying is a and a lot of people that are failing, they're just going straight for the meet with us consultation or some sort of buy off the platform that most successful that you are seeing. There is some sort of gated, gated content for remarketing. You're not going to like land that lead directly in from that LinkedIn ad. It's more of a long-term play to build your pipeline and funnel. And in my understanding that correctly? Yeah, we have a couple different approaches you can take after you actually get someone to submit their information. Usually larger companies, more enterprise. It's not their first rodeo. And they'll say, hey, just because someone downloaded a guide doesn't mean they are ready to talk to someone. We are going to put him in our nurture stream. We're going to wait until they get a lead score. That's high enough to push them to someone in sales. And so you'll have those, but I would say the majority of LinkedIn advertisers are not the, the enterprise and they need leads. They they've got an SDR team, our sales team that's ready to start following up with people. So the best approach I can recommend is to a sales person like yes- know what this person is signed up for, they download it a guide. It, it wasn't a demo request. So you have to approach it as a- I'm here to be a resource to you and be helpful to you. I'm not just trying to sell you. And if you can really customize that approach and make it, you know, I'm here to be a resource to be a consultant to you, help you solve your problems. Obviously it takes more work to research every lead like that, but you can actually take someone who downloaded a white paper and to turn it into a sales conversation, usually 10 to 20% of the time. And that sort of, There's always that push and pull in a fight between marketing qualified leads, sales qualified leads, and salespeople just wanting the lowest hanging possible fruit that they can go in and close. They don't want to do the work. And that's also where a lot of leadership don't invest into, you know, LinkedIn marketing or, or, or Ads because some of them do take a little bit of extra work and development and everything. So it's like, you know, how, how do you feel? How do you, how do you get your clients sell it to understand the balance between that's something I've always found an uphill battle on, for sure. Yeah. Well, I'm at a nice advantage here because I came from the world of search. And so Google Ads, and SEO is what I did for like the first seven years of my career. And so I get it when I'm talking to accompany, who says, umm, you know, we're used to Google ads leads where they are requesting a demo with software. And so we just hop on the phone and give them what they ask. And LinkedIn Ads is, it's so different. I mean any type of social advertising is different. You have to offer value first and you know, what's going to be a little bit longer term. So the way I kind of pitch it to people to picture is LinkedIn Ads is really good at making sure that you're getting exactly the right people onto your website or to engage with your brand and then re-targeting and search- they are more bottom of funnel. That's when you're going to get them back and, and convince them. So use LinkedIn for mid to top of the funnel, introduce people to your brand and, and then rely on, on search channels and more direct channels to get more serious with them. The big challenge that most people who run Google Ads face, especially if they have a high ticket item is a sales team just says, ah, man were getting a ton of tire kickers and mom and pops here. Could we qualify them a little bit? And that's because you know, you're targeting a keyword. You're not targeting or filtering out people who wouldn't be able to afford what you do. LinkedIn Ads solves that problem, but it's gonna have a little bit longer have a sales cycle. Yeah. It gives you a next level and, and something that's interesting too... Just kind of shifting here is people don't realize there's actually three, maybe even four different ways to do LinkedIn advertising. And so what's your perspective on that in the different ang
Our guests talk about how peers, friend-tors, and academic mentors can help you see potential in yourself that you may not have known. All this support is especially important to the success of minority and ethnic researchers who are looking to focus on a lung cancer specialty. “Mentors are those guiding lights that help us to progress to the next stage and to see paths where we may not have seen them before.” - Dr. Jarushka Naidoo Guests Dr. Jarushka Naidoo, a consultant medical oncologist at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, Ireland who focuses on immunotherapy and is an LCFA Young Investigator Grant recipient Dr. David Tom Cooke, a cardiothoracic surgeon at the University of California Davis Health System specializing in cancer surgery Dr. Christian Rolfo, a thoracic oncologist who is associate director for clinical research in the Center for Thoracic Oncology/Tisch Cancer Institute, Mount Sinai, New York. Show Notes | Transcription Academic Mentors Help Make the Connections Academic mentors are necessary for advancing a researcher's career and accessing lung cancer research funding. There are a variety of approaches to mentoring and different mentors may bring different skills. A mentor can mean different things at different stages in your career. A mentor fundamentally means a teacher. Like teachers, a researcher needs a different type of teaching at different times in their careers. One of the things that is important about mentors is to realize that not all mentors are going to teach a researcher the same lessons, but the mentee will carry those lessons through their career. Some of the different kinds of mentors are: peer mentors – at your stage or a little bit senior to you who might teach you how to get things done friendtors – people who are at your stage and understand what you might need day-to-day. classic academic mentors – a senior mentor who has a bird's eye view of careers and how they can guide your career forward The Importance of Finding Academic Mentors “...it's important to establish a mentor, someone who introduces you to the scientific method from an early age, and guides you through a proper development pathway to understanding investigated research.” - Dr. David Tom Cooke You can take skills from mentors from different areas covering your needs, and giving you expertise in different fields. A good academic mentor can instill a genuine love for the specialty. They can help to navigate the interplay between understanding the different specialties that contribute to the world of oncology, and the true commitment to lifelong learning. How Lung Cancer Research Can Benefit From An Increase In Investigators From Minority And Ethnic Communities Researchers who bring a culturally sensitive perspective to lung cancer, can make a huge difference in research and in the communities they represent. As an underrepresented medicine physician, Dr. Cook understands in a culturally competent way, the mistrust of the healthcare system from the black and African American community. He can just sit down and talk with patients with that understanding. He can help to allay their fear of a clinical trial. In addition, Dr. Cook can help the healthcare institution understand how best to support these patients to promote them enrolling into clinical trials. Currently there is even more attention on the ability of a clinical study to attract and enroll under- engaged communities for a given research question. The grant applications are evaluated on how this research will reach out to underserved communities or underserved populations. Such as will women be enrolled in this trial? So, that is key to addressing questions about disparate populations and equal opportunities for participation. Thus a grant application will be evaluated based on these rules. Academic Mentors Help Navigate The Equity Space For Young Physicians Of course, many aspiring doctors do not attend the top rated University Medical School Programs, many of which are Ivy League schools. Many of the students who attend medical school programs at smaller schools may face unique challenges in their attempts to specialize in lung cancer research. And, the challenges are even greater for students from underrepresented minority groups. However, there is a misperception that investigative science and research only occurs at the Ivy League level. That misperception is not amongst researchers throughout this country and others, but mainly in the lay population. Looking at all National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Designated Cancer Centers, there are over 40 research universities. The majority of these facilities do not reside within the Ivy League environment. Look at the hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars of research funds that goes into funding research, both in the public and private sector. The vast majority goes into other institutions, that include UC Davis Health and Johns Hopkins Medical Center. The key here is, if you are an individual, especially a person from an underrepresented medicine background, it's important to establish an academic mentor. Especially important, finding someone who introduces you to the scientific method from an early age. Then guides you through a proper development pathway to understanding investigated research. Academic Mentors and Research Funding There are also underutilized funding resources. Typically, resources may be underutilized because many people aren't aware of them. Dr. Christian Rolfo stresses that it's very important that mentees to be very proactive. “Because if you are sitting there, even if you are coming from a big institution you are sitting there and you don't take the opportunities, nobody will knock your door.” Dr. Cooke believes the key is cross demographic mentorship. An academic mentor doesn't have to look like you or come from the same background, or even quite frankly be in the same political persuasion. But they have to have faith in your abilities, and their only goal in mentoring you, is seeing your success. For example Dr. Cooke cited one of his earliest academic mentors, Dr. Marion Katchlin. “She was older, I was younger, she was wealthy, I was not. She was a smoker, I wasn't. But we both loved immunology. And she took a specific interest in my career, and she taught me that I shouldn't limit myself in any way, and I should strive for the best in any opportunity I want to strive for.” Resources How an LCFA/IASLC Grant Benefits Lung Cancer Research LCFA Research Grants How to find funding for lung cancer research
On the show today, we have Scott Miller. He has a 25-year career with Dr. Stephen R. Covey's team, in the world's most respected and influential leadership development firm. Scott fairly recently stepped out on his own and became a multi-bestselling author, radio and podcast host, columnist, and global keynote speaker. He continues to consult with FranklinCovey and today he's adding value to us Pivoters. Scott describes the pivotal moment when he decided to transition from a long-standing leadership corporate career during the pandemic to become a solopreneur. In this episode, we talk about Scott's book Master Mentors and the qualities of being a nimble and self-aware leader. Listen in to learn how to have high courage conversations as a leader in a way that balances courage and diplomacy. Pivotal Questions Asked: [2:54] Would you tell the pivoters a little bit about your transition from your long corporate career? [8:45] Do you have any techniques or ways for leaders faced with high courage conversations? [23:37] Let's talk about your book Master Mentors and who it's for? [27:34] If a pivoter's listening right now and they're 45 years old, business owner, have had some success under their belt, and know they're ready for some more change but not exactly sure what that step is, what's the story they've got to read? [33:19] What is something you've noticed in the mentors that you're speaking to, or maybe something you've done that you feel is self-sabotage? [47:20] If you could tell the world one thing, what would it be In This Episode You Will Learn: [7:16] How to be a leader who recruits and retains quality talent and who has the ability to facilitate high courage conversations. [8:53] Techniques on how to have high courage conversations in a way that balances courage and diplomacy. [14:23] How to be self-aware and create a better working environment by asking for honest feedback from your team members. [21:32] The qualities of a nimble leader who knows their strengths and weaknesses. [27:53] How to gauge your fears, their legitimacy, and how quickly you can sort them out to move to the next thing. [33:34] Minimize self-sabotaging by being vulnerable and realizing you don't know it all. [47:25] The power of being kinder and pre-forgiving others. Quotes: “I think failure is probably the biggest teacher in life, and I'm not afraid of people watching me fail.”- Scott [5:21] “The two top jobs of a leader are to recruit and retain quality talent; talent that is noticeably palpably better than your own.”- Scott [7:31] “Give redirecting feedback and reinforcing feedback; all your feedback cannot be critical.”- Scott [9:57] “You have to be a light, not a judge; be a model, not a critic.”- Scott [18:58] “Most people don't fear failure; they fear having other people seeing them fail.”- Scott [28:41] Books Mentioned: Multipliers by Liz Wiseman Disrupt Yourself by Whitney Johnson Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey How Will You Measure Your Life? by Karen Dillon Connect with Scott: scottjeffreymiller.com __________ What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!
We are honored to have Senior Mentors to answer our questions about life! Join us in our mentor series this season as each episode with our mums on Mondays will be followed by the wisdom and encouragement from our Mentors on Thursdays! Listen every Thursday as we continue our conversation this week about Learning from the mistakes we make as mothers. ! Remember to subscribe so you never miss starting your week with uplifting encouragement and real life tools for mums!
The More Sibyl Podcast Presents 먼 곳의 스승| The One with Dr. Olufunmilola Abraham - On Faraway Mentors: Episode 35 (2021) Have you ever had someone whose playbook you borrowed and has significantly impacted your life? Perhaps, is there someone you deeply admire from afar? How do you think it would feel to be able to finally sit down with such a person letting them know the many ways they have shaped your life? This is Dr. Abraham for me, and I'm so grateful for the opportunity to finally talk with her on this show. Dr. Olufunmilola Abraham is an Associate Professor in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She directs the CRoME (Collaborative Research on Medication Use and Family Health) lab, which is trying to develop and disseminate novel methods to improve medication safety for vulnerable and underserved populations. To improve medication adherence, they employ a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach. In this episode with Dr. Oluwafunmilola, we shared the collective experience as former Chevron employees pursuing grad school in the US and life as assistant professors. She also shared much about her research work and how mentorships have been a big part of her process. Dr. Olufunmilola and I are similar in a few ways, such as the fact that we both enjoyed teaching and had no strong desire to practice pharmacy anymore. I hope this episode inspires you to be great and teaches you how to live a balanced life at work and home. If you have any questions about this episode, don't hesitate to get in touch with me at email@example.com.
In this week's episode, we sit down with Pat Kilner, a graduate of The Heights, former Heights teacher, Heights dad, and now Chairman of the Board of Directors to discuss his new book, Find Your Six: Stop Lead Generating and Start Building Influence. Whether you are in college or high school, a young professional or a seasoned veteran, this week's conversation centers on something that is crucial for everyone: mentorship. This mentorship is something that we sometimes take for granted as Heights students, but what happens after The Heights, when your mentor is no longer hunting you down after 3rd period for a check in? How do you find good counsel then, on foreign turf and starting from ground zero? Drawing on both his personal experience and formal research for the book, Pat encourages us to find and foster relationships with influencers. As the conversation continues, Pat explains that influencers are really nothing other than great mentors and that perhaps more than anything else, it is finding good mentors that will help one be successful both in his professional career and in his personal life. To this end, he offers advice to college students and young professionals about how to find possible mentors, secure meetings, and approach that first conversation with sincere curiosity and a desire to learn from the wisdom that the other has to offer. In the end, Pat shares that these relationships should grow into life-long friendships of mutual benefit. The aim is not to pull mere facts and data points, as one does from google, but to develop an authentic relationship with someone who is a living source of wisdom and to whom one can turn throughout the course of his life. Moreover, once we have benefitted from this wisdom, it's our turn to pass it on. Way leads on to way and the tradition continues. Show Highlights The importance of mentoring both at the Heights and beyond Is it necessary to be excited about what you are doing on a daily basis? Why treating people as commodities is not only bad ethics, but also bad business How to find mentors and influencers Three characteristics to look for in a mentor: longevity, implicit trust, ownership mentality What is needed in a mentor is wisdom, not mere data points Reframing the college years: what would look like if by the end of college, you had acquired 4-6 deep mentorship relationships? What are good ways for college students to find mentors? How mentors can help you find mentors in new places. Why students should ask their professors out to lunch or coffee What is means to form your own “personal board of directors” How to find mentors, even if you are unsure of your professional path Why parents ought to let their children take ownership of their school work early on How to approach the art of the meeting What can parents get from the book? How do influencers and mentors relate to vocation? Recommended Reading Find Your Six: Stop Lead Generating and Start Building Influence Also on The Forum Mentor's Compass Why Boys Need Mentors The Odyssey, Mentors, and Humanitas How to Guide Conversations with a Mentee
If "you can't handle the truth", you can't handle a mentor. Mentors come in the form of leaders, educators, guides, and advisors to help you with honest self-reflection in order to improve yourself and your practice. Join us from AMTC21 where we discuss the importance of this arrangement with our close friends and fellow mentors, Adam Tresidder and Shane Turner. Get CE hours for our podcast episodes HERE! -------------------------------------------- Twitter @heavyhelmet Facebook @heavyliesthehelmet Instagram @heavyliesthehelmet YouTube /heavyliesthehelmet Website heavyliesthehelmet.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed on the Heavy Lies the Helmet podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of their employers and their employees. Heavy Lies the Helmet, LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any information available for listening on this platform. The primary purpose of this series is to educate and inform, but it is not a substitute for your local laws, medical direction, or sound judgment. -------------------------------------------- Crystals VIP by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
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How are the experiences you had influencing other people?In this episode, we have a very special guest, Michael Unbroken! Author of Think Unbroken, who is here to share with us his success story!In this video we go over Micheal's life, the events he's been through, and how those events have shaped him into the person he is today. We go over difficult choices he had to make and why he decided to make those choices. We also talk about the importance of knowing your worth and investing in yourself. Watch the full video on YouTube to learn how Michael got to have 50+ employees under him at just 21 years old: https://youtu.be/upQeWrorAaEOther topics discussed:1. How your experiences in life can make you a better person2. Mentors and how to find them3. The importance of investing in yourself!4. Learning from your mistakes 5. How to stand out in the marketplaceConnect with Michael at: https://www.thinkunbroken.com/Be sure to follow his encouragement on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michaelunbroken/You can always connect with Dominica and Rory at: bpbpodcast.com
Hey millennials mentorship is just for when you are young. It's a life long process. In this episode we are discussing the importance on having a mentor and how to find one. Make sure you join the conversation on Instagram. Do you have mentors or do you want one? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/millennialthoughts/support
Create an Effective and Productive Training Program | Nikki Le, Geno Stampora,& Stylist Fallyn Mireault This is a conversation John and I were recording at the Mentors and Masters two day workshop - produced by Nikki Le and Geno Stampora. Nikkin is a High powered salon owner who has a tireless commitment to elevating everyone around her to fulfilling their personal potential, whether that be in the salon or a salon owner or an educator. The thing we love about Nikki is that she lives everything she teaches - as the owner of Statements the Salon and Statements Academy and The Statements Project. The surrounds herself with great people like Iva Sampler and the rest of the statements team. https://www.instagram.com/nikki_le_/ - https://www.instagram.com/thestatementsproject/ Geno Stampora has been educating in the salon industry for over 40 years and has become an icon -- I grew up in the industry listening to his education tape cassessets back in the day and credit Geno as the person who helped me learn how to communicate with my clients behind the chair as a young stylist! Even after 40 years of educating Geno Shows no signs of slowing down! - https://www.instagram.com/genostampora/ We have one other special guest on this episode, her name is Fallyn Mireault https://www.instagram.com/thegoodhairdays/ and Fallyn is a younger stylist who is growing up quickly in the salon industry. At Samuel Cole Salon in Raleigh NC she has become the fastest growing new stylist that they have had to date! This is a big accomplishment considering the incredibly talented team she works among! -- We had the chance to do a little impromptu Q&A with Fallyn and get her perspective on how she is making this happen! I think you'll be surprised at her answers. Hey salon owner Check out - https://www.124goacademy.com Now enjoy the episode! Is your salon pricing system due for an upgrade? We can help with that! Message us on instagram @124.go Say hi to Chris and John on social: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/124.go/ If you're a hairdresser, salon owner, salon manager or hair beauty professional, please subscribe and give us a Wicked Good Review!! Music information: Never Wanna Grow up, by the incredible Katrina Stone. https://artlist.io/song/6748/never-wa… Thank you for stopping by!
Anne Heaviside, a managing director and legal recruiter with ELR in Houston, joins us on today's show. Anne talks about the lateral legal market, work from home policies, and top tips for candidates. Her firm and roleELR Legal is in the Tanglewood area of HoustonSpecializes in 2-10 year lawyers in Texas law firms / mostly Houston / mostly Big Law (AmLaw 200)Got her start practicing law, including at McGlinchy Stafford. She then took over the recruiting role there before stepping out to work as a legal recruiter on the outsideLegal Market Update2019 was good as was the start of 2020COVID put everything on hold until about November 2020November things opened up, especially in the Big Law corporate world (Can you say SPACs?!)Capital MarketsM&APrivate EquityDebt Finance2021 only got hotterBig signing bonuses ($10k-$50k)There are not enough corporate associates in Texas for the demandThe need is new work. Clients have more demand from Big Law firms and there aren't enough 3-6 year associates with the necessary skills.Record number of lateral moves in Houston and DallasPlus new Big Law firms opening up in AustinSeptember hit and those associates have worked between 2000-2800 hours already in 2021 and are no longer taking recruiter calls; they are waiting for their year-end bonus before lateralling at the start of 2022.Real Estate an Executive Comp/Employee Benefits have gotten hotBig Law litigation is cool/slowLitigation boutiques are hiring but they are super picky (think Big Law requirements)Davis Polk raised the first year starting salaries from $190k to $205k and Cravath (the previous trend setter) matched (as have several others now). Has led to some mid/small firms rethink their comp.Big Law v. Small LawCorporate v. LitigationHardly any small/mid corporate firmsNo sign of slowing down in 2022In this market, small/mid associates and in-house lawyers CAN make a move to Big LawWork/Office ArrangementsFlexibility is here to stay (in Big Law)How flexible is the questionAmLaw 50 is still at home in Houston or back in the office by choiceMultiple office firms across the county/internationally have a hard time making different policies for different officesAmLaw 200 will likely move to a 3/2 (three days in the office and two at home)Though new associates will likely be required to be in the office for the training/mentorship/culture/etc.Mid-levels and Senior associates will likely push for even moreSmall firmsWill likely have more variety of policiesMore likely to be in the office than the Big Law firmsChallenges to flex workLack of integration within the firmWhat happens when promotion time comes or the work slows down and layoffs are required? Will the person who has been at home be disadvantaged versus the one who has been in the office?How can we replicate the in-office benefits and experiences that we don't want to lose?Advice to Lawyers On The Lateral MarketThis is not OCI anymoreNot tell me about yourself or what practice to you want to go inThere is a specific need they are looking to fillSo firm needs to understand exact experienceIf you have stellar academics (great grades at a great law school), list that first. Otherwise start with your law firm experience3-6 bullets under each position communicating exactly what you doYour role in what types of deals/casesYou can take out the bullets under internships or clerkships if you need spaceIf you have been practicing for at least 3+ years you need a deal sheetKnow as much about the job you are applying for as possible so you can tailor your experience to the needLitigators definitely need a writing sampleGPA on the resume if it was at least a 3.2 (Big Law still cares even for laterals)Big Law resumes don't need interest sections, but small law firms will often like to see itIf you do have it, make the interests unique, specificFinal ThoughtIf you are going to use a recruiter, look for those who have contacts at the firms you are interested inRecruiters can help navigate some tough conversations and issues that come up (conflicts, negotiating offers, etc.)Once your resume gets submitted to a firm (whether directly or through a recruiter), another recruiter won't be able to help you for at least 6-12 months at that firm. So be mindful.Pros/Cons about using one or multiple recruiters, but one tends to work better for the candidate.Candidates should give thought to whether they want to use a recruiter BEFORE they start doing anything in the process; this allows for any recruiter to best help you.Recruiters can give insight on comp, especially in smaller firms where there isn't a standard scaleRapid Fire QuestionsName one trait/characteristic employers most want to see in an associate: smartWhat habit has been key to your success: consistencyFavorite app/productivity tool: LinkedinWhat would be listed first on the interest line of your resume: Food blogging / foodieFavorite legal movie: Legally Blonde / PodcastThanks again to Anne Heaviside for joining us on today's show!
In this episode, Dillon sits down with the authors, Bryan and Tim of Movers & Mentors: Leaders in Movement Science Share Tips, Tactics, and Stories. Tim and Bryan spent the last 2 years interviewing experts in the field such as; Gray Cook, Stephania Bell, David Butler, Mike Reinold, Jeff Moore, Peter O'Sullivan, Tim Flynn, Shante Cofield, just to name a few!!! In this episode they discuss; what patterns or lessons did you learn from interviewing over 75 experts in the field? What failures have you embraced and learned from? How do you become re-centered and focused after feeling overwhelmed? These questions are answered and much more on this episode! Enjoy! -Team [P]Rehab Link To Book: Movers & Mentors Website - https://www.moversandmentors.com/general-1 Instagram: @moversandmentors Twitter: @MoversMentors Submit Questions/Topics Connect with Team [P]Rehab email@example.com [P]Rehabbers thank you for listening and let us know what to talk about next. We hope to help you take control of your health through education! Did you enjoy this? Please rate, review, share, and subscribe. Every bit of feedback, comments, subscriptions, and sharing helps!!!
In this week's stories, both of our storytellers are apprentices to mentors who have profound impacts on how they see the world, though in very different ways. Part 1: Fresh out of college, Stephanie Keep is hired to be the assistant to legendary evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould. Part 2: At age fourteen, Fabrizzio Subia begins assisting a local dentist in treating undocumented patients. Stephanie Keep was trained as a paleobiologist at Wellesley College and Harvard University. Opting to leave research behind, she now resides comfortably in the center of a Venn diagram that includes science education, academia, and communication. She is a co-founder of a BiteScis, a spin-off organization of ComSciCon that brings together educators and researchers to develop misconception-focused lesson plans for high school students that are rooted in current research. Outside of BiteScis, Stephanie works on state-level science assessments and does work for nonprofit groups that produce free high-quality stuff for teachers. This year, she also finally crossed off the last item on her science education to-do list and started teaching science as part of the Science for Scientists program. Stephanie loves farm animals, hates olives, can't spell the word “resources,” and will do pretty much anything to get references to whales, cephalopods, and xenarthrans into the stuff she writes. Fabrizzio Subia is a Chicago based multidisciplinary artist. An Ecuadorian immigrant, his work touches on themes of migration, family, and identity through the mediums of storytelling, poetry, collaborative and individual performance, and visual art. He earned his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2020, and has exhibited work across Chicago, including 6018 North Gallery and SAIC's SITE Galleries. He is a member of Chicago's P.O. Box Collective, and co-founder of Tortas y Talento Open Mic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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