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Have you heard about any eComm side-hustles growing to become a $2 Billion company? This might sound too good to be true, but it did happen when Spencer Jan jumped into entrepreneurship and started a business in his garage in 2010 with his brother and only $15,000 to his name. Spencer has started numerous eCommerce ventures since but nothing surmounts to the wildly successful SoloStove that upended an entire industry and grew into SoloBrands where they eventually raised $219 million through an IPO giving the company a $2 Billion valuation! Here to share that story today is the founder of SoloStove, Spencer Jan! 02:05 Micro-High Performance Episodes 02:45 Events and Trips For Entrepreneurs 03:09 Seasoned Business Minds Group 04:14 Guest Introduction 05:45 Late Bloomer Entrepreneur 08:00 Bootstrapped Lifestyle Entrepreneur 10:03 The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris as an Inspiration 14:01 Spencer's Willingness to Try Anything to Achieve a Freedom 16:31 Magic Behind Solo Stove 23:50 Believing in the Methodology of Improvement 28:58 Why Brand Connection Matters 34:00 Selling the Majority Stake of the Company 36:07 Duct Tape & Dreams Phase 42:33 Pain for a Good Cause Phase 47:49 Freedom. I'm out Peace Phase 53:15 Giving up Control and Support in a Passive Role 55:40 Choose Your Own Adventure 01:02:44 Focus on Balancing Life in a Healthy Way 01:05:35 Reach out and Learn More about Spencer Jan Contact Info: https://www.linkedin.com/in/spencerjan/ https://www.tiktok.com/@spencerjan https://www.youtube.com/c/SpencerJan/featured Subscribe to the Podcast:
In this week's episode Greg and Patrick get to explore modern methods for missing data analysis while belaboring quotes from Top Gun with their guest Craig Enders from the University of California at Los Angeles. Craig looks back over the past 20 years of developments in missing data analysis to discuss what has worked, what hasn't worked, and what new methods are available now that we didn't have back then. Along the way they also discuss Sean, Not Sean, going to the movies, grumpy old man mode, wiener boy, grave digger, Venice beach zoom backgrounds, Lie Awake, hung over GREs, Greg's grandmother, shiny objects, Motorola flip phones, Ask Jeeves, talking narwhals, mimeographs, unscrewing yourself, and who can be whose wingman.Stay in contact with Quantitude! Twitter: @quantitudepod Web page: quantitudepod.org Merch: redbubble.com
In this episode, we are joined by Sh. Ousmane Diallo and Sh. Mohammad Bailo to share their experience memorising and teaching the Qur'an al-Kareem. They also give some extremely valuable advice for those who want to memorise the Quran.
In today's conversation, I am joined by Leigh Caldwell, the founding partner of Irrational Agency. He is a behavioral economist and pricing expert with more than 10 years of experience in applying behavioral science commercially. He is the creator of the System 3 Methodology (which we will talk about a lot in today's episode) as well as being the author of The Psychology of Price, and a frequent speaker at academic and industry conferences. That is actually how Leigh and I met in person -- while we were both speaking at IIEX Europe in Amsterdam this past summer. We had been connected on LinkedIn prior to that, and it was so great to chat in person a bit, and then follow up after for a virtual coffee, which of course led to this episode. My conversations with Leigh really got me thinking about what I believe, what I'm familiar with, and what it might mean to open up and consider how...things might not be exactly as they seem. So, what I encourage you to do as you listen to today's episode, especially if you have been familiar with behavioral economics and behavioral science for a long time, is to be open to this idea. Be open to something that goes against what you believe to be true and wonder, "What might that look like?" I think if you allow it to be, this is one of those ideas and episodes that will really stick with you for a long time -- and I love that! Show Notes: [00:39] In today's conversation, I am joined by Leigh Caldwell, the founding partner of Irrational Agency. [03:02] Leigh shares his background and more about who he is. He describes himself as a mathematician above anything else. [04:29] He realized there was something in the world about how people were buying and it wasn't logical or rational. [06:20] There were two directions he went after learning about behavioral science. One was pricing because he felt there was a gap in the market with helping businesses set their pricing. [08:15] Second was that world of what is going on inside the head and what our imagination is made of. This really fascinated him. [09:27] When it comes to pricing, first understand the value that you are providing as perceived by the customers. Then look at the alternative routes to solve the same problem and how much those cost. [11:43] What is it worth to the customer to solve this problem and how can you capture as much as possible of that value? [14:49] You are not your ideal client or customer, so how much you would pay for the thing is not how much the person who needs your services would pay. You often undervalue it. [16:26] One thing that attracted Leigh to economics was the idea of being able to use math to model human behavior. [19:12] When you are using a linear path to predict something complex, you are going to end up in a difficult spot. [21:44] We have to be building, growing, and changing as the field of behavioral science is moving forward. [24:19] System 1 thinking is fast, automatic, and unconscious - things that really are a gut reaction. System 2, the deliberate mind, is meant to be logical and calculating. [25:05] There is another kind of thinking that is not captured by either one, and that is the thinking we typically do when we are daydreaming or watching a movie. It is the activity of imagination. [27:12] Leigh calls this other type of thinking System 3. [29:25] Melina reads the story from a paper he wrote to help us better understand System 3. In the story, what we are experiencing doesn't have the logic of System 2 and it is not a learned reaction in System 1. [31:34] We as humans can generate imaginary emotions and imaginary sensory feelings. [34:20] If you want to understand people's real experiences, you have to allow them to bring in all of the accidental influences that occur in real life and the different places that their minds can wander to. [36:02] There can be real value in how the imaginative process can be useful to brands. [38:11] Choices are important, but narratives are just as important. [40:48] By uncovering the existing connections in people's heads we can show brands how to tap into those stories and play their own part in that customer's narrative. [43:07] By uncovering how people really perceived their client's product they were able to help them tell the right story in their marketing that was consistent with the story that the people already had and wanted. [44:45] You have to understand who you are talking to and what it is you want them to do. [47:41] People need to find ways and the right stories to help them through this challenging period, but brands also need to be able to find how they can play a part in customers' stories even in these challenging times. [48:35] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [49:30] I don't know if there is a System 3 for sure, and what the field might adapt to in the coming years, but it is so cool to realize that we are on the forefront of something amazing. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! Learn and support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: The Psychology of Price, by Leigh Caldwell Branding That Means Business, by Matt Johnson and Tessa Misiaszek Blindsight, by Matt Johnson and Prince Ghuman Nudge, by Richard Thaler & Cass Sunstein Predictably Irrational, by Dan Ariely Connect with Leigh: Leigh's Website Leigh on Twitter Leigh on LinkedIn Top Recommended Next Episode: Leveraging the Power of Prefactual Thinking (episode 232) Already Heard That One? 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The latest episode of the SaaS Revolution Show sees Eleonore Crespo, Co-founder and Co-CEO at Pigment, join our host Alex Theuma to share with us the methodology for building a SaaS for enterprise. "You should probably spend some time with investors because we try to think like an investor and I always remember what I learnt at Index, around what makes a company successful. There are so many things you need to think about constantly: How to have as much usage on your platform as possible, how can you generate a network effect, how can you generate trust in no time in your category etc." Eleonore shares: How Pigment raised their recent round The value of spending time with investors Why they built a SaaS for enterprise from day one What one thing has moved the needle for Pigment The best advice she's ever received And more! Listen to the full episode, watch the video below and subscribe to the SaaS Revolution Show podcast today.
Dr. Joe Raelin is an internationally-recognized scholar in collective leadership, learning, and practice. He is the Donald Gordon Visiting Professor of Leadership at the University of Cape Town in South Africa and the Asa S. Knowles Chair Emeritus at Northeastern University in Boston, USA. He was formerly a Professor of Management at the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management at Boston College. He received his Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Joe is a prominent inventor of new theory in leadership and management studies, to wit, his path-breaking work in diagnosing and managing the clash of cultures between managers and professionals, his re-affirmation of work-based and action learning as bridging knowledge and action in the workplace, his creation and application of the work self-efficacy inventory, his designation and application of “leaderful” practice to bring out leadership in everyone, and now, his co-construction of leadership-as-practice, which looks to leadership, not in individual personality but in everyday practice, and in particular, in emergent dynamic social and material interactions. Toward a Methodology for Studying Leadership-as-Practice The underlying belief of the leadership-as-practice (L-A-P) approach is that leadership occurs as a practice rather than resides in the traits or behaviors of individuals. A practice is a coordinative effort among participants who choose through their own rules to achieve a distinctive outcome. Leadership-as-practice has a markedly collective orientation because it is less about what one person thinks or does and more about what people may accomplish together. It is thus concerned with how leadership emerges and unfolds through day-to-day experience. The material-discursive processes emergent from multiple actors sometimes change the trajectory of the flow of practices. In those instances, leadership is taking place. To find leadership, then, we must look to the practice within which it is occurring (Raelin, 2017). Learn more at www.leaderfulconsultancy.com and explore his research at Google Scholar & ResearchGateBooksLeadership-as-Practice Creating Leaderful Organizations ArticlesLeadership-as-Practice: An Editor's Reflection Imagine There Are No Leaders Update of leadership-as-practice “practice theory” Interview via ILA Intersections Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeOrpheusTheo Dawson and Lectica About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. My Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are important views to be aware of. Nothing can replace your own research and exploration.Connect with Scott AllenWebsite
In this episode, we are joined by Erin Gorman-Kirk. Erin is a founding partner at Cannabis Government Strategies and has advised international clients on legal, maritime, trade, and political relations for over 25 years. Erin has served on non-profit organisations ranging from the United Way to the Sudanese-American Education Foundation, has worked with domestic and international governmental agencies from AID to UNHCR to WHO, and provided enhanced public and media relations for a multitude of clients. Topics: 1. The East Coast New Markets 2. Oversaturation in Oklahoma 3. Methodologies For Achieving Legalisation * Twitter - @TheCannabisRev2 * LinkedIn - @thecannabisreview * Episode Library - https://www.thecannabisreview.ie + https://cannabisgovernmentstrategies.com/
Having received his Ph.D. in mathematical logic at Brandeis University, Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb went on to become Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. Today he is a senior faculty member at Ohr Somayach in Jerusalem. An accomplished author and lecturer, Rabbi Gottlieb has electrified audiences with his stimulating and energetic presentations on ethical and philosophical issues. In Jewish Philosophy with Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb, we are invited to explore the most fascinating and elemental concepts of Jewish Philosophy. https://podcasts.ohr.edu/ firstname.lastname@example.org
By pivoting their approach from a learning orientation to a performance orientation, Fredrik and Teemu have built a reputation for achieving real results. This has led to them being recognised within their organisation, including them being asked to take over the entire Learning & Development function at Telia and Teemu being awarded Telia Reinventor of the Year. As well as this, they were awarded Learning Team of the Year. In this episode, we explore their pivot and the impact this has had. KEY TAKEAWAYS Combining the skills of trainers, coaches and eLearning producers has led to a successful team. If L&D does not have a positive impact on the company´s bottom line, they are not being effective. You need to understand your learner´s workflows. The processes you use need to be agile, so you can create learning tools that adapt as the company does. They have someone anyone can contact when they are trying to work out how to do something or solve a problem. Another member of the team is responsible for pulling together the stats for new projects and those needed to monitor results. Methodologies solve problems, not platforms. Invest in upskilling your team. If you meet resistance to change within the organisation. Say yes to their requests but insist on analysis. They soon understand whether what they are asking for has true value. BEST MOMENTS 'There is no silver bullet in learning and development.' 'We are not generalists who do everything. We are good at what we do separately, and we collaborate. ' 'Stop talking about learning and start talking about performance.' 'I think that the point of no return for our team members came when they got to see the impact that their new initiatives gave had on KPIs that they had set out to improve. ' ABOUT FREDRIK PETERSON HERFINDAL Fredrik is Head of Learning & Performance at Telecoms company Telia. ABOUT TEEMU LILJA Teemu is Learning & Performance Lead for Sales at Telia. GUEST RESOURCES Fredik Peterson Herfindal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fredrik-peterson-herfindal-825958a4/ Teemu Lilja LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teemu-lilja-79a11bba/ VALUABLE RESOURCES The Learning And Development Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-learning-development-podcast/id1466927523 L&D Masterclass Series: https://360learning.com/blog/ ABOUT THE HOST David James David has been a People Development professional for more than 20 years, most notably as Director of Talent, Learning & OD for The Walt Disney Company across Europe, the Middle East & Africa. As well as being the Chief Learning Officer at 360Learning, David is a prominent writer and speaker on topics around modern and digital L&D. CONTACT METHOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidinlearning/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidjameslinkedin/ L&D Collective: https://360learning.com/the-l-and-d-collective/ Blog: https://360learning.com/blog/ L&D Masterclass Series: https://360learning.com/blog/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cyber risk quantification should be at the center of an enterprise's actions to understand and measure risk posed in the event of a cyberattack. That data should then be used to estimate - financially - cyber risk exposure. To start this process, enterprises need 3 pillars to build a good cyber risk quantification program: the right data, appropriately skilled people and a methodology. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/bsw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw283
Confidence is about believing in yourself, but self-doubt can often get in the way of boldly creating the life that you want. In today's intuitive flow, I tune into the essence of self-doubt and share ways to shift into the highest version of yourself. When I started to change my relationship with self-doubt and feel more confident, my frequency elevated and I became a lot more magnetic. The first step was understanding how the mind uses self-doubt as a defense mechanism. Instead of judging myself, I became more aware of my patterns and tapped into the beliefs that were fueling my inner-critic. Once I learned how to reprogram my subconscious belief systems, I was able to cultivate new thought patterns that aligned with the person I wanted to become. In addition to all the mindset work, my feminine movement and embodiment practice truly helped me step into my confidence. Listen to today's episode to learn more about how to become a more confident, embodied woman. If you want to dive deeper into these concepts, join me in my upcoming 2-day live event, the EMERGE Experience. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: What my life looked and felt like when I was in the cycle of self-doubt Two of my favorite techniques for bringing self-awareness to your thoughts and patterns Methodologies that are really helpful for understanding your subconscious beliefs and blocks Why I find coaching and mentoring so important for personal growth The positive effect that stepping into your confidence has on your life and business Special Offer: Sign up for the EMERGE Experience - 2 day live event on Nov 12th + 13th OCTOBER GIVEAWAY! Win a free intuitive coaching session with Amy Natalie. To enter the giveaway, leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, take a screenshot before you hit submit and send to email@example.com (remember to hit submit after!) Follow Me: Find me on Instagram Visit my website Join The Empowered Feminine Facebook Group Empowered Feminine Morning Ritual
As you build your coaching program, you might wonder why you need to set up a curriculum when you can simply help people towards their goals immediately. In this episode, Kendra Perry answers an important question: why do you need education in a coaching program? There are compounding benefits to setting up a framework when coaching your clients. Here, Kendra illustrates how impactful it can be to your program and explains why it can also be extremely beneficial to your business. Tune in to learn all about it!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://kendraperry.net/
In this week's Halloween-themed episode, Patrick and Greg have fun talking about things in their academic jobs that scare them, from things that are a little scary to things that they find absolutely terrifying. Along the way they also discuss Mrs. Kopicky's caramel popcorn balls, Wolf of Wall Street, Kenny T, forgetting you've told a story before, forgetting you've told a story before, recurring nightmares, bending but not breaking, the zeta of teaching, Royale with Cheese, necessary roughness, authoritative parenting, shotgunning Pixie Stix, feelings integers, and if ain't Baroque. Stay in contact with Quantitude! Twitter: @quantitudepod Web page: quantitudepod.org Merch: redbubble.com
Happy Sleep Technologists Appreciation Week! This episode is brought to you by React Health, formerly 3B Medical. Please check them out at https://3bproducts.com/ Patrick Sorenson is Associate Director of Sleep Research and Methodology at The National Institutes of Health. He has an extensive background in sleep technology and sleep health. Credits: Intro music: Pierce G. Mann Audio and Video: Diego R. Mann
In this week's episode Greg and Patrick talk about the frequent gap between research questions and methods and ways to think about reengineering your variables, your parameters, or your entire model to help get what you want. Along the way they also mention: living in the dorms, Greek god sculpture rockets, not living in the dorms, Christmas tree timers, Def Leppard, Legos, Annie's flower shop, laser cannons, chin music, the tail wagging the dog, the Millennium Falcon, Greenday, stupid human tricks, Tony Robbins, Stuart Smalley, and Iron Man. Stay in contact with Quantitude! Twitter: @quantitudepod Web page: quantitudepod.org Merch: redbubble.com
As a teenager who found his way into some pretty dark places over the years, Michael King felt like a misfit. When he began dating the youth pastor's daughter (yikes!), he somehow found his way to church. He found a place where he belonged. Following the footsteps of his youth pastor, he eventually became a pastor himself, ultimately working with leadership pipelines and successfully leading a large team within the church for close to 20 years. Until he hit burnout. On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, as an Executive Coach and Founder of TEAMS.COACH, LLC, Michael shares tips on how to set clear and actionable goals, while building momentum and collaboration so you can turn organizational dreams into reality. Leadership tips you won't want to miss:
Best Product Launch Strategies 00:00 Introduction10:38 Account suspension13:10 How to shift targets from Auto campaigns to Manual? 13:55 Which keywords should the parent's title focus 14:56 Methodology for managing stock to prevent stock out?17:07 How often do you post on Amazon posts18:04 Search term report 19:08 Shopify Dropshipping VS Amazon Online Arbitrage 20:27 Text character limit for Brand Story and A+ Content20:51 There's no way to remove Amazon from selling used or returned products.22:38 MAG files trademark applications for UK sellers.23:15 PPC campaigns evaluation and bids strategy25:13 Process to sell in the UK as a huge Amazon US seller.25:47 What is the best way to launch beauty products26:41 How to create of promo.28:44 Access to Premium A+ content criteria30:10 How to increase impression count?30:47 How to best market/launch a product34:56 Product Variation/Parentage36:40 Sponsored display vs sponsored brand campaigns vs sponsored products.38:26 How to increase IPI score40:16 Parentage/Variation40:46 Attribution Links43:25 Get a full update45:24 Include Catalog of products and Brand story to product inserts 46:06 Enroll the parent only to Vine if the products are in parentage46:31 To compete against a close competitor that keeps reducing prices. You need to demonstrate the value of the brand of the product49:41 Amazon category restriction51:06 All sales velocity increase the organic rankings51:43 Trademark, Brand Register, and Brand name change52:59 Amazon bidding strategies and Broad Modifier KWs54:06 Make sure the listing is attractive with highly relevant keywords55:51 Best launch strategies01:00:02 Marketplace issue could be bad targeting or PPC or KW01:01:25 Change of Category01:02:01 A lot of categories especially auto parts get extra bullet points 01:04:01 Best launch product strategies01:05:21 Error when changing GS1 UPC.01:06:38 Access to Global Permissions 01:07:52 NARF only works for US Marketplace to CA, not CA to US01:08:25 How long is the Honeymoon period?01:08:41 Product Image Gallery section in the mobile view not showing01:09:06 Auto Campaigns, Keyword Targeting & ASIN targeting01:09:24 Amazons customers & questions removal request01:10:24 Premium A+ Content for additional video and images01:12:17 Use exact match highly relevant high search volume keywords01:14:07 Manufacturer's barcodes01:15:00 Invoice and a Letter of Authorization for Amazon's approval to sell a brand01:16:33 Cannot merge the listings with the same product, duplicate ASINs01:21:02 Product Warranty concern01:21:50 Attribution links work for other marketplaces as well 01:22:02 Keyword ranking issue on Amazon Germany. 01:23:44 Words prohibited on Amazon like weight loss01:25:06 Amazon cramped down restocking limits in preparation for Q401:26:29 Create Removal order randomly01:27:21 How transfer US stores and brand story to other countries?01:28:59 Honeymoon period to the additional Variation of the Parent01:29:43 Only run campaign to your most popular child01:29:53 Do Social Media promo code for Amazon01:31:10 Apply at My Amazon Guy careers section01:32:04 VC inventory upload can still be updated manually. Check your permissions if you cant manually edit it. 01:34:22 Apply at My Amazon Guy and go to careersSupport the show
In this episode, we talk to Chris Curven and Mike Howerin from Applied Bolting Technology about structural bolting methodology, standards, and specifications, and more specifically how to torque different bolts to get the desired tension needed. You can view the video version of this episode here. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions We […] The post TSEC 88: Structural Bolting Methodology, Standards, and Specifications appeared first on Engineering Management Institute.
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The General Services Administration should cancel the Transactional Data Reporting pilot because of pricing problems, according to GSA's Office of Inspector General. Alan Thomas, chief operating officer at IntelliBridge and former commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at GSA, discusses the IG's recommendations to FAS and how GSA can continue creating a viable pricing methodology. Leaders of every military service list computing at the edge as one of their leading capabilities requirements. The next level of data transfer is edge device to edge device. David Hoon, chief technology officer at Norseman Defense Technologies, explains how military services can make that transformation possible. This interview is underwritten by Norseman Defense Technologies. Federal agencies have aggressive deadlines to meet to fulfill the Biden Administration's zero trust executive order. Beau Houser, chief information security officer at the Census Bureau, tells Scoop News Group's Wyatt Kash about his long list of cybersecurity tasks. The Daily Scoop Podcast is available every weekday afternoon. If you want to hear more of the latest from Washington, subscribe to The Daily Scoop Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher. And if you like what you hear, please let us know in the comments.
We're embarking on another set of reruns for a few weeks while the the hosts use this time to evaluate the impact and future of KeyLIME. We hope to have some news soon, but in the meantime, we know you'll love this series of Method Consults by Dr. Lara Varpio. As a PHD trained scientist working in the field, it is of Lara's opinion that her job is to help others gain the skills and expertise needed to engage in Health Professions Education scholarship and research. In this consult, originally released in March 2018, Lara discusses the philosophy of science. For those interested in taking a deeper dive, she shares the following citations: Crotty, The Foundations of Social Research: Meaning and Perspective in the Research Process (1998). Howell, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Methodology. (2012) Godfrey-Smith. Theory and reality: An introduction to the philosophy of science. (2003) A full transcript of this episode can be found here Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd Lara Varpio: @LaraVarpio Lara Varpio's Disclaimer: The views expressed in this manuscript are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Uniformed Services University of the Unites States Department of Defense. Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here!
Today on the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, Jeff interviews the author of best selling books, 1 Million Followers and Hook Point, Brendan Kane on how to find, engage, and grow your social media audience. He has helped people like Taylor Swift, Katie Perry, and Rihanna. You don't want to miss this! Episode Highlights: What is the amount of time that you have to hook someone into your content? Brendan shares the mistakes content creators make in trying to hook their audience. Where are brands failing when it comes to social media? Where do adjustments need to be made? There is a real physics to delivering a message. Brendan shares his Hook Point Formula. The days of click bait are really over...you have to earn and maintain the attention to stop the scroll. What is the actual blueprint to a successful hook point and therefore successful marketing? Most brands are connecting with less than 30% of their target audience. Why? Most brands are connecting with less than 30% of their target audience. Why? Communication = Math. There are 6 main ways that audiences interact with the world and process content. Jeff asks Brendan, “How do you best lead into videos in a way that attracts attention?” Influencers connect on a one to one basis and feel like friends. The best content creators make it an active experience. Brendan gives examples of verbal and non-verbal attention grabbing techniques. Tristan points out how the media, like the news, grabs attention. Brendan weighs in about sustainability and trust issues. What are some things that entrepreneurs should be paying attention to when they are looking to grow their influence on social media? Brendan outlines The “Common Sense” Model for brands and why it doesn't work. He then outlines his Predictive Viral Content Model that merges creative with scientific Methodology and why it does work. Where do you start with the behind the scenes research that is needed to be successful? As an example for real estate agents, what would it look like for them to “stop the Scroll”? Brendan explains how to make your content digestible for the general audience and how the algorithm prioritizes content. Resources Mentioned: https://hookpoint.com Lab Coat Agents Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/labcoatagents Lab Coat Agents Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabCoatAgents Lab Coat Agents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labcoatagents/
In this week's episode Patrick and Greg spend a wonderful, if not at times awkward, hour talking with Dan Bauer about the genesis, application, and future directions of what may be the world's worst acronym: MNLFA, or moderated nonlinear factor analysis. Along the way they also mention unsolicited help from teenagers, gold stars, acronyms, words that start with "ci", aggressive mice, manipulating your advisors, 2nd spouses, MoNoLiFa, Quantitube, rewiring your brain, $1M calculators, and mod mod.
“It's so important to understand that you have the power to decide what you want today in a trajectory for tomorrow.” - David Meltzer David Meltzer is a speaker, author, entrepreneur, sports executive and investor who's really defined what it means to manifest your entire life into something great while understanding the math and method of routines that work best in any given circumstance, which is why we are so honored to have him on the show with Justin today! Meltzer is the Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing and formerly served as CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which was the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire. His life's mission is to empower OVER 1 BILLION people to be happy! This simple yet powerful mission has led him on an incredible journey to provide one thing: VALUE. In all his content and communication that's exactly what you'll receive. Be sure to follow David on Instagram HERE and check out everything he is up to on his website HERE David is the host of his podcast The Playbook, where you can find HERE and hear from all of his great guests and their “secret sauces” every week! — Share your love and thoughts on the show via Instagram by tagging @thehouseofroutine and our host @heyjustincrawford Host and Executive Producer: Justin Crawford Produced by JUST Media
Darryl Cross serves as the first in-house coach for Norton Rose Fulbright where he builds scalable sales programs and helps partners build their own impactful practices that mutually benefit clients and the firm. He has more than 25 years of experience in the legal industry and is an internationally known expert on high performance. His experience includes serving as a law firm Chief Marketing Officer, Vice President of Performance Development and Coaching at LexisNexis, and Head of Global Sales Enablement for Intapp. Darryl also served as the head of the Sales Skills and Methodology global strategy team for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and was the founder of HighPer Teams, a high-performance consultancy. Darryl has researched astronauts, pilots, athletes, Navy SEALs, surgeons, trial lawyers, and other professions where the high consequences for failure demand a higher standard of preparation. He has spoken to over 10,000 lawyers and business executives from over 100 countries on five continents on how to maximize performance and business results. Darryl is an evangelist on using the power of team dynamics to improve personal performance. He is the only Certified Team Performance Coach dedicated to the legal industry. To recharge his batteries, Darryl volunteers as the Head Coach of the Washington (D.C.) Irish Rugby Football Club, speaks to audiences on physical well-being for busy executives and enjoys chasing his 4-year-old granddaughter around the playground the best he can. This show is sponsored by Leopard Solutions Legal Intelligence Suite of products, Firmscape, and Leopard BI. Push ahead of the pack with the power of Leopard. For a free demo, visit this link: https://www.leopardsolutions.com/index.php/request-a-demo/ Links: Book: Cultivating Excellence https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071NN3B43/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_taft_p1_i0 https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrylcross/
Today we're talking about Spinning Babies® and Birthing from Within®, two of my favorite birth methodologies. I'm currently doing my parent educator certification with Spinning Babies® and several years ago I embarked on the Birthing from Within® mentor program so they're both near and dear to my heart. I truly believe in these two methodologies. To discuss how we can use these two seemingly different methodologies that actually have a lot of underlying similarities as we approach childbirth education and how parents can use a lot of this thinking a lot of these principles and apply it to their birth I invited doula, bodyworker, and educator Jamie Mossay onto Yoga| Birth| Babies. It's really exciting how process focused instead of outcome focused these two methodologies are so Jamie has a lot to say about this and I'm really excited for you to hear it. Jamie is a delight to talk to, she has such in depth knowledge about both these methodologies and how they can serve and support you as a pregnant person but also I think this is going to speak a lot to birth workers as well so I'm really excited for you to hear this conversation. Get the most out of each episode by checking out the show notes with links, resources and other related podcasts at: prenatalyogacenter.com Don't forget to grab your FREE guide, 5 Simple Solutions to the Most Common Pregnancy Pains HERE If you love what you've been listening to, please leave a rating and review! Yoga| Birth|Babies To connect with Deb and the PYC Community: Instagram & Facebook: @prenatalyogacenter Youtube: Prenatal Yoga Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode Greg and Patrick talk about partial least squares, a technique that resembles structural equation modeling but with a lot of flexibility, including but not limited to its ability to accommodate both reflective and formative constructs. Along the way they also mention dark RedBubble, Sheep's Kin, snorting SEM, the Coors Light beer bong, Hotelling's ghost, Larry the Cable Guy, the Marvel Metaverse, the Evil Eye, Badluck Schleprock, fika, Abba, and pieces left on the table.
Kicking off Season 5 with my colleague at UC, Dr. Wayne Black! He joins the podcast to introduce us to Critical Research: What is it? The benefits of its approach, best papers to read using critical research, and applications within higher education and sport management. Dr. Black also described how he uses critical research in his own scholarship and why it's an important concept for others to learn.
I think testers should be involved in security testing. So in this episode I will share a session that Mike Spanbauer, Customer Architecture & Field CTO, Security at Juniper Networks, gave at the last Secure Guild online conference on Developing a Security Test Methodology. Discover the four pieces that make up his approach and some essential tips for implementing your own. Do you want to hear more about security testing? OR would you rather have a separate podcast dedicated to security? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The major equity indexes were mixed as of midday, a fair-to-middling session welcome relief from recent wild whipsaws. We also saw mixed inflation data: the personal consumption expenditure accelerated more than expected in August in the U.S., and eurozone prices surged a record 10% in September, though American consumers' inflation expectations eased this month. Much of the broad market conversation is about when rather than whether something big is about to break. Brent Donnelly, the president of Spectra Markets and the author of “Alpha Trader: The Mindset, Methodology and Mathematics of Professional Trading,” joins Maggie Lake to discuss that issue and to identify ways investors and traders can navigate the price action. We also hear from Michael Kao and Michael Nicoletos about the Federal Reserve's global power. Watch the full conversation featuring Michael Kao and Michael Nicoletos here: https://www.realvision.com/shows/make-or-break-geopolitics/videos/when-will-the-dollar[…]uff-QpZW?source_collection=852d5cce52bd4c829fc3d84de72c55b8 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EP119At the recent Mothman Festival we were approached by several fans of Wild & Weird Radio as well as some new researchers who wanted some tips on how to start their own investigation of various paranormal/UFO phenomena. This episode is full of tips and techniques that we personally use in the filed and is a good start for anyone interested in investigations. Also in this episode, lots of news and is the Mandela Effect BACK?NOTE: This episode contains bonus content on our YouTube ChannelIf you are interested on hands on learning and are around our area, be sure to watch for our workshop series and make it out the Wild & Weird CON if you can.https://www.wildandweirdwv.com/wild-weird-conHosts: Ron Lanham, Joe Perdue, Jessi Leigh If you would like to be on Wild & Weird Radio and share your story contact us or send an audio message of your account and we will play it on the show.Have you seen a UFO? Check our HMAP resource first.https://www.wildandweirdwv.com/hmapNOTE to the fans! Thank you for helping us to continue to grow! Our podcast has now reached over 35,000 people world wide and now we need our YouTube family to join in as well.https://www.youtube.com/c/WildandWeirdWestVirginiaPlease help us to increase this channels numbers and support even more future content from Wild & Weird WV . Subscribe and share this page to your friends today. If you are listening on podcast be sure to download the episode! Each week we will highlight the city and country with the most downloads! Thank you all!
Today's guest in the Expert Insight Interview is Hilmon Sorey. He is the investor, podcast host, 8x author, speaker, and co-founder of Coach CRM, which is the first sales coaching platform. Hilmon and Our host John Golden discuss "the most powerful revenue advantage - Coaching Methodology.”
Check out our new Patreon page! Get access to the Boundless Body Radio Premium Podcast, with a new episode added every other week! Other perks include early releases of our episodes, extended video content, and group and one on one coaching!Dr. Donald Vega is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out first appearance on our podcast on episode 337 of Boundless Body Radio, which was the first part of this two-part discussion! We recommend going back to check that episode out before listening to our episode today! Dr. Donald Vega is a registered dietitian, strength and conditioning specialist and life-style mentor, and most importantly a husband and father, based in Costa Rica with more than 24 years of experience in health education. He is the founder of Kilosophy which was established with the vision: “To reverse the metabolic disease through a free, fit, happy and healthy society”. Dr. Vega specializes in low-carb, carnivore and keto lifestyles, and has helped over 11,000 patients to improve their lives and lose over 220,000 pounds of extra fat through their interventions in his clinics. He has been a TEDx speaker, and was also in charge of the nutritional counselling in the second season of the Reversed Reality Show, directed by our former podcast guest Charles Mattocks, who we hosted in episode 320 of Boundless Body Radio. Dr. Vega is also passionate about public speaking, coffee, wine, reading, stand up paddle surfing, cycling and resistance training. I met Dr. Vega at Keto Salt Lake and loved his inspiring presentation, and it was an honor to host him for part 1 of this interesting conversation!Find Dr. Donald Vega (in Spanish) at-https://kilosophy.la/FB- @kilosophyLAIG- @kilosophy_nutricionFind Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here!
Today, Hunter sat down with Marea Beeman, Director of Research Initiatives for Defender Legal Services at the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA), to discuss their recent report, “At What Cost? Findings from an Examination into the Imposition of Public Defense System Fees. If you ask the average person what the word “free” means, they will likely tell you it means whatever is considered “free” does not have any cost associated with it. So, when people hear, “If you cannot afford counsel, one will be appointed to you at no cost to yourself”, people would likely assume that this attorney is “free”. Anyone who is familiar with our legal system, however, will inform you that you will likely have to pay for your Public Defender. In fact, in many states, the first time you appear before a judge, that judge will make clear to you that your counsel will cost you. From a top-down look at all 50 states, to deep dives into the Public Defender fees in Oklahoma, Iowa, and New Hampshire, Marea and Hunter discuss the various ways these fees trap people in never ending cycles of debt that can lead to future incarceration, loss of driving privileges, and work to perpetuate a broken, predatory legal system Guests: Marea Beeman, Director of Research Initiatives for Defender Legal Services at the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA), Key Topics and Takeaways: How Marea got into this work [8:00] What is the NLADA [9:30] What do you mean my “free attorney” isn't free [10:30] Difference Between Fines and Fees [14:20] Methodology of the Study [17:50] The Issues with Indigency Determination [21:00] Findings from Oklahoma [26:13] Findings in Iowa [39:40] Findings in New Hampshire [53:00] Solutions to the Issue [57:00] Resources: NLADA Report NY Times Report on Alabama Fees and Fines Alabama Appleseed Report Fuller v Oregon (SCOTUS found there is a legitimate interest in states recovering the cost of representation) Bearden v Georgia Follow NLADA on Twitter Contact Hunter Parnell: email@example.com Instagram Twitter www.publicdefenseless.com
In this week's episode Patrick and Greg explore the often neglected method of two-stage least squares; they take a walk down memory lane to explore its origins and then drag it kicking and screaming into the 21st century for much promising use within the latent variable model. Along the way they also mention magic dishwashers, being under-estimated, blind pigs & truffles, Sadie Hawkins, intellectual spinning hook kicks, Fisher's eight-pack abs, the fine print, Winston Churchill vs. Chewbacca, Guinea pigs, Mrs. Lincoln, butter snacks, and snipe hunts.
How has the landscape of polling changed since the 2016 presidential election? Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour talks to Leading Indicators columnist and PRRI Research Director Natalie Jackson on the state of polling in 2022 and what to expect for the midterms.