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Sing Second Sports
The Navy Football Podcast: Ep13...Convos w/ Eddie Meyers and Coach Ken

Sing Second Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 51:06


Welcome to another edition of the Navy Football Podcast with Keenan Reynolds, Eric Kettani & Bill Wagner, brought to you by NewDay Mortgage and Academy Securities. We are two weeks out from the big game in Philly and to help get you in the mood Keenan Reynolds shares his favorite Army-Navy memories; we talk to Navy great Eddie Meyers ' 82 during and wrap-up our pre-Army week pod with an exclusive conversation with Coach Ken Niumatalolo. The Navy Football Podcast is part of the Sing Second Sports podcast network and is a Provision Advisors production.

Why Are We Shouting? with Jill Salzman
The Competitive Crutch

Why Are We Shouting? with Jill Salzman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 7:32


What's in this episode?What are you supposed to do when everyone around you seems like they're more successful than you are?Let's feel all the feels and really dig into why it hurts when our competition beats us. I mean, it's not a competition. (But isn't it? Just a little bit?)Folks mentioned in this episode* Siddhartha Khosla, This Is Us theme song composer* Karen O, lead singer of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's* Q Park, TikTok + Instagram sensation* Macaroni KID, guide for families* Liquid Palisade, a product of Kiesque* Mrs. Meyers, household cleaning brandGot Q's? Jill's Got A's.* Wanna get your Q's A'd in a future episode?* Perhaps you wanna sponsor an episode?Talk to me! Text or call (708) 872-7878 so that we can make your dreams come true.Got thoughts, comments, or questions about the episode you just heard? Leave a comment below.See you soon,jill This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit jillsalzman.substack.com

Balance Redefined Radio
Podcast Interview #203: Have Happy Kids and Families with Angela Meyers

Balance Redefined Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 19:09


Want responsible and respectful kids? This podcast is for you. Meet Angela Meyers, parenting educator and founder of Kudos for Kids where she helps kids shift behavior as fast as ONE DAY. Connect with her and her journey right here!

Rising Moms Podcast
How to Develop Self Confidence with Shafonne Meyers

Rising Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 34:44


Self-love isn't always easy, and building self-confidence takes a lot of time and practice of self-love.  The less you love yourself and understand your weaknesses, the more confused, upset, and frustrated you will be in life and it doesn't have to be that way all the time.. “Once you can change how you feel about yourself, then you start seeing all of these extra things show up in your life.” -Shaffone Myers When you begin to love yourself and continue to love yourself more and more each day, things will slowly be a little bit better in every way possible. In this podcast episode, Shafonne will share how accepting your flaws and allowing yourself to be honest with who you are is a big step to gaining that self-confidence and a better version of yourself. In this heartfelt conversation, you'll also discover the secrets to: Dealing with your loud, inner mean girl How you can easily accept and love your flaws The surprising ripple effects of your confidence Step by step layers towards loving yourself Overcoming social ‘standards' and others' opinions How to love your image without looking arrogant (differentiating arrogance with confidence) If this episode inspired you, screenshot it and tag me on Instagram @renaefieck for an opportunity to win access to our program Cycle Syncing 101.

This Week in Startups - Audio
VC investing in a downturn & protecting founders + smart vents with Flair's Dan Meyers | E1617

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 57:43


J+M kick off the show with another edition of VCSS: a VC's role in a down market and protecting your money and founders. (4:32) Then, Dan Meyers of Flair joins Molly for this week's edition of TWiCS.(28:27) (0:00) J+M discuss how winners start work on Sunday (4:32) VC Sunday School: Raising and deploying capital in a collapsing economy (11:32) Vanta - Get $1000 off your SOC 2 at https://vanta.com/twist (13:02) Pay-to-Play + fiduciary duty vs friendship (18:10) Smash Digital - Visit https://SmashDigital.com/TWIST to get a free SEO video audit for your business (19:32) Dollar-cost averaging into a trade and having the founder's back (28:27) Molly kicks off TWiCS with Flair Founder - Dan Meyers (36:41) Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub - Apply in 5 minutes, no funding required, sign up at http://aka.ms/thisweekinstartups (38:10) Flair's business model and the smart puck and vent (49:23) Dan's pitch to customers and Flair's competition FOLLOW Jason: https://linktr.ee/calacanis FOLLOW Molly: https://twitter.com/mollywood FOLLOW Dan: https://twitter.com/flair Check out Flair: https://flair.co Subscribe to our YouTube to watch all full episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkkhmBWfS7pILYIk0izkc3A?sub_confirmation=1

Thriving Family Podcast
Episode 42: Support for kids, teens and adults with ADHD with therapist Amanda Meyers

Thriving Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 49:46


B+T interview therapist Amanda Meyers on ADHD, and she shares her clinical experiences as well as her own personal experiences. We're here for you, so please leave a review in the comments with topics that would be helpful to you and that you're interested in. See free giveaway info below! Amanda Meyers (she/her) is a licensed mental health counselor and certified nutritionist in WA state specializing in eating disorders and trauma. Amanda earned her master's degrees in clinical health psychology and nutrition and is certified as an intuitive eating provider. After spending several years working with kids and teens in the school setting, Amanda went into private practice in 2020. One of her big passions in life is to educate her clients and community on the impacts of diet culture and healthism. She loves to nerd out on brain science and uses that to help clients understand how their lived experience impacts the way they show up in the world, including how they parent.  Connect with Amanda: Instagram: @raisinganintuitiveeater Website: https://wildrootspnw.com/ JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP: https://www.calmparent.net/thriving-family-podcast-membership Join us LIVE on Thursdays at 11:30am PT on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/?hl=en Connect on FB: https://m.facebook.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqp1YF3rI909vsKko0G0zw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65412085/ CONTEST DETAILS! If you subscribe & leave a review of this podcast, you'll be entered to win a NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu (valued at $179 USD). No purchase or payment is necessary to enter, see the Terms and Conditions page of our site for more about the contest. NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu exclusive discount for our community: https://www.calmparent.net/now-tone-therapy-system-by-solu-yoga-for-your-mind --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calm-parent/message

Moved To Meditate Podcast
Yin Yoga Therapy and Mental Health with Dr. Tracey Meyers

Moved To Meditate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 56:48


In today's episode, I speak with Dr. Tracey Meyers about her new book Yin Yoga Therapy and Mental Health. We discuss how Yin Yoga can be a particularly useful - and even transformative - practice for supporting different kinds of mental health challenges, from anxiety and depression to PTSD and traumatic brain injury. Tracey describes how Yin Yoga became her go-to practice for supporting clients with mental health challenges, and how it differs from other forms of yoga. She gives examples of Yin Yoga Therapy practices for depression, anxiety, and trauma recovery. She speaks about Yin Yoga in a very practical, but nuanced way, which will be helpful for anyone looking into Yin Yoga Therapy as a part of their mental wellness, and also for Yin teachers who wish to be more mental health informed.  Yin Yoga Therapy Topics in this Conversation: We talk about using Mindfulness Meditation practices within the Yin poses, and how that makes meditation more accessible for many people, while also making the Yin poses safer and more therapeutic. Tracey shares her analogy of Yin Yoga being like tofu, because it's simple and adaptable for many different individual needs. And, we discuss how to skillfully expand your stress resilience by exploring sensations along the comfort/discomfort edge in Yin poses. If you've mainly thought of Yin Yoga in terms of stretching or its physical effect on the body, this conversation will offer you a different perspective! Listen and learn about the potential of Yin Yoga Therapy as a support for mental health and wellbeing. -- - Check out the book Yin Yoga Therapy and Mental Health by Tracey Meyers, Psy.D. - Or, connect with Tracey via her website traceymeyerspsyd.com. - For more links and resources mentioned in this episode, find the show notes at movedtomeditate.yoga/podcast. - And, you can find lots of Mindful Yin Yoga classes to explore in the Moved To Meditate Class Library at movedtomeditate.yoga/classlibrary! - Lastly, I'm on Instagram at @addie_movedtomeditate (for mindfulness, movement, yoga, and pictures of PNW nature and my adorable kitty, Mustache).

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
Accelerating the Pace of Drug Discovery through A.I. with BMS CDTO Greg Meyers

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 27:08


716: Greg Meyers, Chief Digital and Technology Officer of Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS), discusses the innovations in digital health that he is driving and how they have accelerated the pace of drug discovery. He gives an overview of BMS's business and the company's digital health program as well as how collaboration with physicians and hiring for various skills have been critical in developing game-changing innovations. Greg also covers the way his team collaborates internally across the silos within the organization and leverages technologies like artificial intelligence to increase the speed at which drugs are tested and developed. Finally, he explains why he chooses to immerse himself deeply in more technical aspects of the business, looks ahead at what trends in technology he believes will continue to make important contributions to healthcare, and reflects on the keys to his career success.

Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald
Episode 76: Jacoby & Meyers 1 vs. 5 Stars

Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 62:40 Transcription Available


The Queens battle it out in another VERSES episode! This week they compare a 1 Star Review AGAINST a 5 Star Review for very first Law Firm to EVER advertise using television commercials, Jacoby & Meyers! Chelsey is feeling itchy and scratchy and shares Jaycee's odor-tracking complaint, Trey is ready to gamble but needs LinkedIn to chill, and the Queens go to Law School! What? Like it's hard?!*** Jacoby & Meyers is NOT sponsoring and please don't sue us.(03:40) Lodge a Complaint!(09:36) Jacoby & Meyers!(11:55) 1 Star Review(12:22) Diddly Squat Commercial(25:52) There's A Reply!(28:42) Exclusive Offer(29:43) Goliath Commercial(30:20) Law or Bologna?!(41:31) 5 Star Review(41:50) Mom Commercial (56:26) My Royal Highness(01:00:03) DONATE! (01:00:45) On Today's After Show PodTo View our Royal Highness MERCH designs go to reviewthatreview.com/shopReview The Pod at lovethepodcast.com/thereviewqueensDONATE to the Production of Review That Review by visiting ReviewThatReview.com/Donate Click Here to Join our Patreon for Bonus content and Member's Only After-Show Companion Podcast featuring additional reviews, deeper dives, salacious stories, and more.***** PROMO CODES *****REVIEWQUEEN at clean.emailREVIEW40 at vitable.com.auREVIEWQUEEN at shesbirdie.comREVIEWQUEEN40 at NatalieWeissVoice.comQUEEN15 at SmartPatches.comQUEEN at superchewer.com***Click Here to Join the Queendom Mailing List!Leave us a voicemail at 1-850-REVIEW-0WATCH CLIPS on

Lessons Learned for Vets
Season 2 Episode 42: From Zero to Hired Using LinkedIn with Deon Meyers

Lessons Learned for Vets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 46:00


After serving 21 years in the US Army, Deon Meyers retired and landed a supervisory role shortly thereafter at Raytheon. Within a year at his new company, he learned the facility was closing, and he would be transferred to a new location. Not willing to add a significant amount of time to his commute, Deon leaned back into LinkedIn and accepted a new position that better fit the needs of his family. Deon is a great example of someone who went from no prior LinkedIn knowledge or usage to someone who has become a master on the platform and used it to land 2 fantastic positions. In 2015, Deon sat down with his family to decide where they would like to live once he retired. His primary focus was accommodating his wife's career, living in an area that would provide him job opportunity with competitive pay and finding job satisfaction. For a few years before retirement, Deon had the mindset that he would just land a job by having a “veteran” status. A lightbulb went off during a networking event for him, and he realized he needed a real plan with a specific focus. Thankfully he started his planning process early and still had plenty of time to research and explore options. During this time, he participated in TAP and began to learn about the various resources available to transitioning service members. He gained certifications, attended webinars, conducted informational interviews and started learning about LinkedIn. Having no previous social media experience and a background in security, Deon approached LinkedIn with caution. After he learned that LinkedIn is a professional platform that is designed to promote the user through strategic networking and help users grow in their career or find new job opportunities, Deon knew he needed to take advantage of the platform. He researched no less than 10 approaches to mastering LinkedIn and took the best information from each to start building his profile. Deon credits his success on LinkedIn to creating content and tagging people in his posts. He takes the approach of strategically tagging individuals that will find his content relevant. Using his posts to demonstrate his knowledge, Deon has grown his network to 1000+ connections – many of whom are recruiters and hiring managers. Although Deon is happily employed, he continues to stay active on LinkedIn to grow his network and help other transitioning service members find success after the military. Deon offers a list of his most influential connections and how their knowledge or organizations propelled him forward. Like many veterans, Deon admits that the transition is a journey that doesn't end with a job acceptance. LinkedIn continues to be a platform where Deon learns information on how to be successful in the civilian sector. Head over to the Lessons Learned for Vets YouTube channel at https://tinyurl.com/llforvets22 to hear Deon speak on additional lessons learned during his transition. As we approach the end of Season 2 of the Lessons Learned for Vets podcast, we want to hear from you! Please give us your feedback and input for our next season by completing a short survey at tinyurl.com/ll4vsurveyYou can connect with Deon on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/deonmyers/SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A FIVE-STAR REVIEW and share this to other veterans who might need help as they transition from the military!

Zolak & Bertrand
Jets Afraid Of Patriots? // Patriots Coaching Losses // Jakobi Meyers Free Agent Value - 11/16 (Hour 3)

Zolak & Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 36:49


(0:00) The show's third hour begins by discussing if the Jets should be afraid of the Patriots.(9:27) The crew discusses the Patriots and Belichick's loss of staff over the years.(19:41) The guys talk about offensive vs. defensive coaches and the demand for “offensive quarterback gurus” around the league.(26:23) The show's third hour concludes by talking about Jakobi Meyers and his free agent value.CONNECT WITH ZOLAK & BERTRANDhttps://www.instagram.com/zoandbertrandhttps://twitter.com/ZoandBertrandhttps://www.facebook.com/ZolakandBertrandhttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub

The Glossy Podcast
Jennifer Meyer: 'I would not have my business' without retail partners

The Glossy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 43:39


In 2005, Jennifer Meyer decided to take a leap and bet on herself. Though Meyer had no previous experience in design, her dream was to become a jewelry designer. With support from her family, she learned how to create jewelry and eventually launched a company. "I wanted to design pieces that I wanted to wear and that I knew my friends wanted to wear," Meyers said on the latest episode of The Glossy Podcast. "I wanted classic, beautiful, everyday pieces that would be in your jewelry box forever and that you could layer or keep on, and that you could live in."  Fast forward, and Meyer is now the founder of her 17-year-old namesake jewelry line, which has since expanded into new categories, including fragrance. And she collaborated with Canadian luxury outerwear brand Moose Knuckles to create an 18-piece collection, in 2021. In Oct. 2018, Meyer opened her brand's first physical retail location in L.A.'s Palisades Village shopping center.  In terms of next steps, the core of Meyer's company will always be fine jewelry design, but she is looking forward to further expanding into fragrance and exploring the home category. "We'll see where that all takes me," she added.

Evidence-Based: A New Harbinger Psychology Podcast
Ending the Mealtime Meltdown with Stephanie Meyers, MS, RDN

Evidence-Based: A New Harbinger Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 48:08


Stephanie Meyers, MS, RDN, author of End the Mealtime Meltdown, joins us to discuss establishing healthy eating habits at a young age. Meyers is a registered dietitian, nutritionist, and founder of Families Eating Well—a nutrition practice that trains parents to coach healthy eating habits in kids. She is nutrition coordinator in The Zakim Center for Integrative Therapies and Healthy Living at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and a former instructor in the graduate nutrition department at Boston University. She presents seminars worldwide on mindful eating, family nutrition, and cancer survivorship. Visit our website at www.newharbinger.com and use coupon code 'Podcast25' to receive 25% off your entire order. Buy the Book: New Harbinger - https://bit.ly/3DSKPmL Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1684039460/ Barnes & Noble - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/1139823002 IndieBound - https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781684039463

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
No Other Gospel IV (Contemporary Service, Rev. Kim Meyers preaching on 11/13/2022 9:30:00 AM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 22:28


A man named Timothy is a coworker in ministry alongside the apostle Paul, known for being the young apprentice with whom Paul engages in mentorship. In 1Timothy, Paul is greatly concerned with the authentic teachings of the true Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the danger of misinformation of false teachers in his era. Over two millennium, our concern was hardly wavered – are we not still concerned about reality and discerning what is ‘fake news'? This was a rightful concern then, as it is now. What then does the minister, Paul, recommend as attributes when discerning teachings of God? That the work of God would be advanced through sincere faith, a good conscience, and pure heart. Thus, these are qualities for which we can pray! In the whole of Scripture, it is clear that God's hope for humanity is that we would rightly desire God – above anything and everything else. There is no other Gospel than Christ.

I Hear Things
Why Sports Podcasts Could Be a Slam Dunk for Advertisers... & 6 Other Stories

I Hear Things

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:09


This week: Why sports podcasts are a slam dunk for podcast advertisers, our quarterly earnings roundup, how the buy-side of advertising defines ‘premium' content, how podcast advertisers are embracing Latino podcasting, and Netflix launches their ad-supported tier. Why sports podcasts could be a slam dunk for advertisers who know how to navigate the in-demand space Shreya: There's no denying the synergy of sports and advertisers during regular game seasons, but a new article from MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers highlights how podcasts can easily fill that gap the rest of the year.  “The sports podcast genre is among the top five most popular in the US, according to Edison Research, and the percentage share of ad revenue for that category more than doubled from 2020 to 2021, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.”  Several of Meyers' sources stress that sports is one of the most in-demand podcast genres for ad buyers. Steven Abraham, president of the Oxford Road, said the agency's biggest clients are interested in the space due to its reach with an active and engaged audience. “A good sports-podcast media plan includes both, according to Abraham. Major shows that cover entire leagues or sports news in general can provide the benefit of reach, but fan-led shows that focus on specific teams tend to be more targeted and affordable, he said.” Regardless of a show's popularity, the CPM of a sports podcast has the benefit of flexibility even in the off season. Locked On Podcast Network CEO David Locke reports listenership spikes more during off-season times like trade deadlines than during important games during the normal season.  Traditional media has spent decades refining their infrastructure around courting sports fans when players are on the court. Podcasting has the flexibility and staying power to capitalize on sports fandom's dedication for their favorite pastime and make sporting content a perennial avenue for advertisers.  Podcasting Companies Post Q3 Earnings Manuela: It's time for what's becoming a quarterly event here on The Download: quarterly earnings reports are here!  Most of what we're reporting on today has been released in the past week, but in the interest of gathering everyone together, we'll open with Spotify. As we covered back in October, Spotify shares dipped after their earnings call, in which CEO David Ek announced price increases coming in 2023.  In good news for Big Green: they report 456 million monthly active users, up 20% year over year, 195 million of which are paying subscribers, representing a 13% year over year jump.  iHeartMedia is up 7% year over year on revenue, with a Q3 total of $989 million. Their Digital Audio Group revenue hit a 23% year over year increase, with podcast revenue hitting $91 million dollars.  On Wednesday Veritone posted their Q3 financial report. $37.2 million in revenue with 64% year over year growth.  Audacy's financial report shows total revenue down 3.8% year on year. Their Digital revenue, including podcasting, made $62 million in the quarter. As Podnews James Cridland reports, this is up 2% year on year but 10% down quarter on quarter. Cridland also said: “The company is threatened with stock market delisting; stock hit a record low of $0.27 yesterday.”  Acast's Q3 has been positive with revenue up 21%, amounting to $29.8 million USD when converted from Krona. In their significant events recap they list the Podchaser acquisition, the partnership with Wondery to translate and record successful podcasts in Italian, and their agreement with rep The New York Times and sell UK ad space on NYT podcasts.  They also note Amazon functionally purchasing all ad space on Acast podcasts through the deal struck just after the reporting period so Amazon can run Acast shows ad-free for Amazon Music subscribers. How the buy-side of the ad industry is now defining ‘premium' content  Shreya: On Wednesday Ronan Shields, writing for Digiday, published a piece covering how the buyer side of the market is defining premium ad content and the general mood of the industry in regards to the looming threat of recession. The piece quotes panels from multiple relevant conferences in New York City last week.  “Just about everyone in the industry is bracing themselves for a recession with swinging cuts to advertisers' budgets expected, fellow panelists Jesse Fisher from Horizon Media and GroupM's Esra Bacher offered insights into how marketers would make budgeting decisions. They both pointed out how priorities will delineate depending on whether they are an emerging or mature brand.”  Fischer predicts smaller brands will focus more on awareness campaigns instead of focusing on ROI. “But if you look at a more mature brand, you know that's really well positioned… they might shift spend into more measurable channels and types of activations because they really want to make sure that if they're spending a million dollars, they're able to see $1.1 million in ROI.” Programmatic Investment Lead at GroupM Esra Bacher suggests marketers and media agencies have evolved enough to withstand the brunt of an anticipated economic downturn better than the 2008 recession that lead to sweeping cuts. While DSPs and premium publishers are using tools like The Trade Desk's OpenPath to form direct relationships, media agencies are similarly getting together with supply-side platforms. An anonymous source at Brand Safety Week told Digiday:  “It's not possible for us to talk to 10,000 publishers, but it is possible for us to talk to 50 SSPs. So, we might look to see how much we're spending with, say, 10-15 publishers via DSPs, and then look to see which SSPs have unique supply, unique data… and transparency on things like show-level data…” Podcast listening by US Latinos is on the rise. Are ad dollars following suit? Manuela: Back in August the third annual Latino Podcast Listener Report from Edison Research was published, as dedicated listeners might remember from our coverage. The report delivered promising news, including the statistic that 59% of US Latino adults have listened to a podcast at least once.  This past Wednesday Alyssa Meyers, writing for MarketingBrew, covered both the highlights of the report and how the podcasting industry is adjusting to the rise in Latino audiences.  Latina Podcasters Network and Latino Pods CEO Rita Bautista says their stable of 40+ podcasts  broke six figures in ad revenue so far in 2022, working with brands like Ulta Beauty, Pfizer, and Gold Peak. The network does not run prerecorded ads, preferring host-read copy to ensure authenticity.  “There's absolutely a lot of interest in the Hispanic opportunity by many advertisers,” said Jesus Lara, president of Univision Radio, including its Uforia Audio Network. “There's other advertisers that will need a little more education.” Lara stressed that authenticity has to be paramount when building ad creative. Ad Results Media VP of media operations and analytics Lisa Jacobs says she advises brands to only write copy in another language if they have someone fluent around to work on the translation. Jacobs told MarketingBrew this might seem self-explanatory, but there have been situations in the past where someone used Google Translate to try and convert copy to another language.  Bautista says she's seeing brands follow the advice of people like Jacobs, though there is room to grow.  “The needle is moving. It's not moving as quickly as it needs to be, but…I do commend these companies that we've been working with for trying their best, and making sure that they are working on these efforts, and asking for feedback, and looking towards the right types of networks to advertise with in order to get this right.” Brands advertising on Netflix include Louis Vuitton, Subway, and Duracell Shreya: Previously we've covered Netflix's moves into making its cheapest tier an ad-supported one. Last week the platform officially launched the tier, charging $6.99 for ‘Basic with Ads' in the US, as well as eight other countries. MarketingBrew's Kelsey Sutton reports the ad loads are capped at four to five minutes of advertising per hour and the formats are pre-roll and mid-roll.  Sutton and others from MarketingBrew used accounts on the new tier to catch the new advertisement breaks in action.  “Brands we spotted while watching Gilmore Girls and Ozark included everything from luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., and Bulgari to tech brands like Beats by Dre and Google. Apartments.com, Best Western, Booking.com, Cadillac, CeraVe, Duracell, Michelob Ultra, and Subway were also spotted in the mix.  Sutton reports the exercise found an average of three ad breaks per episode amounting to around 60 seconds total of midroll plus the preroll that ran before the episode began.  “It remains to be seen how many of Netflix's ~223 million global subscribers will opt to watch with ads. In a poll last month, most Marketing Brew readers said they'd keep their existing ad-free subscriptions, but 14% each said they'd either sign up for Netflix on its ad-supported tier for the first time or switch their existing ad-free subscription to the ad-supported tier.” The new service isn't quite plug-and-play just yet, as Netflix has to renegotiate licensing agreements with studios before it can run advertisements on their properties. They also appear to still be working on implementing the measurement tools produced by their partnership with DoubleVerify, Integral Ad Science, and Nielsen. While Sutton mentions some advertisers are waiting in the wings to gauge the public's reaction to the new tier, it's clear plenty of big-name advertisers are interested in buying ad space on premium content. Netflix's CPM for their new ad slots has been reported between $60 and $80. It's exciting to see both the interest and the price holding in a buyer's market.  Now to see if Netflix can deliver long-term. For now we can only watch, both literally and figuratively.  Quick Hits Shreya: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week: The holiday campaigns have begun- here's what we're seeing so far by Katie Hicks for MarketingBrew. A breezy breakdown of what tact major brands are taking with their holiday season campaigns this year, with trends developing around addressing inflation and families celebrating together.  These Are the Salaries Warner, Amazon and Sony Offer For Audio Jobs by Ashley Carman for Bloomberg. Last week's issue of Carman's newsletter Soundbite features a look at salaries for a variety of companies working in audio now that New York City has passed a new law requiring good faith salary ranges on open positions. The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Tom Webster are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied
Why Sports Podcasts Could Be a Slam Dunk for Advertisers... & 6 Other Stories

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:09


This week: Why sports podcasts are a slam dunk for podcast advertisers, our quarterly earnings roundup, how the buy-side of advertising defines ‘premium' content, how podcast advertisers are embracing Latino podcasting, and Netflix launches their ad-supported tier. Why sports podcasts could be a slam dunk for advertisers who know how to navigate the in-demand space Shreya: There's no denying the synergy of sports and advertisers during regular game seasons, but a new article from MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers highlights how podcasts can easily fill that gap the rest of the year.  “The sports podcast genre is among the top five most popular in the US, according to Edison Research, and the percentage share of ad revenue for that category more than doubled from 2020 to 2021, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.”  Several of Meyers' sources stress that sports is one of the most in-demand podcast genres for ad buyers. Steven Abraham, president of the Oxford Road, said the agency's biggest clients are interested in the space due to its reach with an active and engaged audience. “A good sports-podcast media plan includes both, according to Abraham. Major shows that cover entire leagues or sports news in general can provide the benefit of reach, but fan-led shows that focus on specific teams tend to be more targeted and affordable, he said.” Regardless of a show's popularity, the CPM of a sports podcast has the benefit of flexibility even in the off season. Locked On Podcast Network CEO David Locke reports listenership spikes more during off-season times like trade deadlines than during important games during the normal season.  Traditional media has spent decades refining their infrastructure around courting sports fans when players are on the court. Podcasting has the flexibility and staying power to capitalize on sports fandom's dedication for their favorite pastime and make sporting content a perennial avenue for advertisers.  Podcasting Companies Post Q3 Earnings Manuela: It's time for what's becoming a quarterly event here on The Download: quarterly earnings reports are here!  Most of what we're reporting on today has been released in the past week, but in the interest of gathering everyone together, we'll open with Spotify. As we covered back in October, Spotify shares dipped after their earnings call, in which CEO David Ek announced price increases coming in 2023.  In good news for Big Green: they report 456 million monthly active users, up 20% year over year, 195 million of which are paying subscribers, representing a 13% year over year jump.  iHeartMedia is up 7% year over year on revenue, with a Q3 total of $989 million. Their Digital Audio Group revenue hit a 23% year over year increase, with podcast revenue hitting $91 million dollars.  On Wednesday Veritone posted their Q3 financial report. $37.2 million in revenue with 64% year over year growth.  Audacy's financial report shows total revenue down 3.8% year on year. Their Digital revenue, including podcasting, made $62 million in the quarter. As Podnews James Cridland reports, this is up 2% year on year but 10% down quarter on quarter. Cridland also said: “The company is threatened with stock market delisting; stock hit a record low of $0.27 yesterday.”  Acast's Q3 has been positive with revenue up 21%, amounting to $29.8 million USD when converted from Krona. In their significant events recap they list the Podchaser acquisition, the partnership with Wondery to translate and record successful podcasts in Italian, and their agreement with rep The New York Times and sell UK ad space on NYT podcasts.  They also note Amazon functionally purchasing all ad space on Acast podcasts through the deal struck just after the reporting period so Amazon can run Acast shows ad-free for Amazon Music subscribers. How the buy-side of the ad industry is now defining ‘premium' content  Shreya: On Wednesday Ronan Shields, writing for Digiday, published a piece covering how the buyer side of the market is defining premium ad content and the general mood of the industry in regards to the looming threat of recession. The piece quotes panels from multiple relevant conferences in New York City last week.  “Just about everyone in the industry is bracing themselves for a recession with swinging cuts to advertisers' budgets expected, fellow panelists Jesse Fisher from Horizon Media and GroupM's Esra Bacher offered insights into how marketers would make budgeting decisions. They both pointed out how priorities will delineate depending on whether they are an emerging or mature brand.”  Fischer predicts smaller brands will focus more on awareness campaigns instead of focusing on ROI. “But if you look at a more mature brand, you know that's really well positioned… they might shift spend into more measurable channels and types of activations because they really want to make sure that if they're spending a million dollars, they're able to see $1.1 million in ROI.” Programmatic Investment Lead at GroupM Esra Bacher suggests marketers and media agencies have evolved enough to withstand the brunt of an anticipated economic downturn better than the 2008 recession that lead to sweeping cuts. While DSPs and premium publishers are using tools like The Trade Desk's OpenPath to form direct relationships, media agencies are similarly getting together with supply-side platforms. An anonymous source at Brand Safety Week told Digiday:  “It's not possible for us to talk to 10,000 publishers, but it is possible for us to talk to 50 SSPs. So, we might look to see how much we're spending with, say, 10-15 publishers via DSPs, and then look to see which SSPs have unique supply, unique data… and transparency on things like show-level data…” Podcast listening by US Latinos is on the rise. Are ad dollars following suit? Manuela: Back in August the third annual Latino Podcast Listener Report from Edison Research was published, as dedicated listeners might remember from our coverage. The report delivered promising news, including the statistic that 59% of US Latino adults have listened to a podcast at least once.  This past Wednesday Alyssa Meyers, writing for MarketingBrew, covered both the highlights of the report and how the podcasting industry is adjusting to the rise in Latino audiences.  Latina Podcasters Network and Latino Pods CEO Rita Bautista says their stable of 40+ podcasts  broke six figures in ad revenue so far in 2022, working with brands like Ulta Beauty, Pfizer, and Gold Peak. The network does not run prerecorded ads, preferring host-read copy to ensure authenticity.  “There's absolutely a lot of interest in the Hispanic opportunity by many advertisers,” said Jesus Lara, president of Univision Radio, including its Uforia Audio Network. “There's other advertisers that will need a little more education.” Lara stressed that authenticity has to be paramount when building ad creative. Ad Results Media VP of media operations and analytics Lisa Jacobs says she advises brands to only write copy in another language if they have someone fluent around to work on the translation. Jacobs told MarketingBrew this might seem self-explanatory, but there have been situations in the past where someone used Google Translate to try and convert copy to another language.  Bautista says she's seeing brands follow the advice of people like Jacobs, though there is room to grow.  “The needle is moving. It's not moving as quickly as it needs to be, but…I do commend these companies that we've been working with for trying their best, and making sure that they are working on these efforts, and asking for feedback, and looking towards the right types of networks to advertise with in order to get this right.” Brands advertising on Netflix include Louis Vuitton, Subway, and Duracell Shreya: Previously we've covered Netflix's moves into making its cheapest tier an ad-supported one. Last week the platform officially launched the tier, charging $6.99 for ‘Basic with Ads' in the US, as well as eight other countries. MarketingBrew's Kelsey Sutton reports the ad loads are capped at four to five minutes of advertising per hour and the formats are pre-roll and mid-roll.  Sutton and others from MarketingBrew used accounts on the new tier to catch the new advertisement breaks in action.  “Brands we spotted while watching Gilmore Girls and Ozark included everything from luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., and Bulgari to tech brands like Beats by Dre and Google. Apartments.com, Best Western, Booking.com, Cadillac, CeraVe, Duracell, Michelob Ultra, and Subway were also spotted in the mix.  Sutton reports the exercise found an average of three ad breaks per episode amounting to around 60 seconds total of midroll plus the preroll that ran before the episode began.  “It remains to be seen how many of Netflix's ~223 million global subscribers will opt to watch with ads. In a poll last month, most Marketing Brew readers said they'd keep their existing ad-free subscriptions, but 14% each said they'd either sign up for Netflix on its ad-supported tier for the first time or switch their existing ad-free subscription to the ad-supported tier.” The new service isn't quite plug-and-play just yet, as Netflix has to renegotiate licensing agreements with studios before it can run advertisements on their properties. They also appear to still be working on implementing the measurement tools produced by their partnership with DoubleVerify, Integral Ad Science, and Nielsen. While Sutton mentions some advertisers are waiting in the wings to gauge the public's reaction to the new tier, it's clear plenty of big-name advertisers are interested in buying ad space on premium content. Netflix's CPM for their new ad slots has been reported between $60 and $80. It's exciting to see both the interest and the price holding in a buyer's market.  Now to see if Netflix can deliver long-term. For now we can only watch, both literally and figuratively.  Quick Hits Shreya: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week: The holiday campaigns have begun- here's what we're seeing so far by Katie Hicks for MarketingBrew. A breezy breakdown of what tact major brands are taking with their holiday season campaigns this year, with trends developing around addressing inflation and families celebrating together.  These Are the Salaries Warner, Amazon and Sony Offer For Audio Jobs by Ashley Carman for Bloomberg. Last week's issue of Carman's newsletter Soundbite features a look at salaries for a variety of companies working in audio now that New York City has passed a new law requiring good faith salary ranges on open positions. The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Tom Webster are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books Network
Todd Meyers, "All That Was Not Her" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:32


While studying caregiving and chronic illness in families living in situations of economic and social insecurity in Baltimore, anthropologist Todd Meyers met a woman named Beverly. In All That Was Not Her (Duke UP, 2022) Meyers presents an intimate ethnographic portrait of Beverly, stitching together small moments they shared scattered over months and years and, following her death, into the present. He meditates on the possibilities of writing about someone who is gone—what should be represented, what experiences resist rendering, what ethical challenges exist when studying the lives of others. Meyers considers how chronic illness is bound up in the racialized and socioeconomic conditions of Beverly's life and explores the stakes of the anthropologist's engagement with one subject. Even as Meyers struggles to give Beverly the final word, he finds himself unmade alongside her. All That Was Not Her captures the complexity of personal relationships in the field and the difficulty of their ending. Claire Clark is a medical educator, historian of medicine, and associate professor in the University of Kentucky's College of Medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Medicine
Todd Meyers, "All That Was Not Her" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:32


While studying caregiving and chronic illness in families living in situations of economic and social insecurity in Baltimore, anthropologist Todd Meyers met a woman named Beverly. In All That Was Not Her (Duke UP, 2022) Meyers presents an intimate ethnographic portrait of Beverly, stitching together small moments they shared scattered over months and years and, following her death, into the present. He meditates on the possibilities of writing about someone who is gone—what should be represented, what experiences resist rendering, what ethical challenges exist when studying the lives of others. Meyers considers how chronic illness is bound up in the racialized and socioeconomic conditions of Beverly's life and explores the stakes of the anthropologist's engagement with one subject. Even as Meyers struggles to give Beverly the final word, he finds himself unmade alongside her. All That Was Not Her captures the complexity of personal relationships in the field and the difficulty of their ending. Claire Clark is a medical educator, historian of medicine, and associate professor in the University of Kentucky's College of Medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in Gender Studies
Todd Meyers, "All That Was Not Her" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:32


While studying caregiving and chronic illness in families living in situations of economic and social insecurity in Baltimore, anthropologist Todd Meyers met a woman named Beverly. In All That Was Not Her (Duke UP, 2022) Meyers presents an intimate ethnographic portrait of Beverly, stitching together small moments they shared scattered over months and years and, following her death, into the present. He meditates on the possibilities of writing about someone who is gone—what should be represented, what experiences resist rendering, what ethical challenges exist when studying the lives of others. Meyers considers how chronic illness is bound up in the racialized and socioeconomic conditions of Beverly's life and explores the stakes of the anthropologist's engagement with one subject. Even as Meyers struggles to give Beverly the final word, he finds himself unmade alongside her. All That Was Not Her captures the complexity of personal relationships in the field and the difficulty of their ending. Claire Clark is a medical educator, historian of medicine, and associate professor in the University of Kentucky's College of Medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in American Studies
Todd Meyers, "All That Was Not Her" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:32


While studying caregiving and chronic illness in families living in situations of economic and social insecurity in Baltimore, anthropologist Todd Meyers met a woman named Beverly. In All That Was Not Her (Duke UP, 2022) Meyers presents an intimate ethnographic portrait of Beverly, stitching together small moments they shared scattered over months and years and, following her death, into the present. He meditates on the possibilities of writing about someone who is gone—what should be represented, what experiences resist rendering, what ethical challenges exist when studying the lives of others. Meyers considers how chronic illness is bound up in the racialized and socioeconomic conditions of Beverly's life and explores the stakes of the anthropologist's engagement with one subject. Even as Meyers struggles to give Beverly the final word, he finds himself unmade alongside her. All That Was Not Her captures the complexity of personal relationships in the field and the difficulty of their ending. Claire Clark is a medical educator, historian of medicine, and associate professor in the University of Kentucky's College of Medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in African American Studies
Todd Meyers, "All That Was Not Her" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:32


While studying caregiving and chronic illness in families living in situations of economic and social insecurity in Baltimore, anthropologist Todd Meyers met a woman named Beverly. In All That Was Not Her (Duke UP, 2022) Meyers presents an intimate ethnographic portrait of Beverly, stitching together small moments they shared scattered over months and years and, following her death, into the present. He meditates on the possibilities of writing about someone who is gone—what should be represented, what experiences resist rendering, what ethical challenges exist when studying the lives of others. Meyers considers how chronic illness is bound up in the racialized and socioeconomic conditions of Beverly's life and explores the stakes of the anthropologist's engagement with one subject. Even as Meyers struggles to give Beverly the final word, he finds himself unmade alongside her. All That Was Not Her captures the complexity of personal relationships in the field and the difficulty of their ending. Claire Clark is a medical educator, historian of medicine, and associate professor in the University of Kentucky's College of Medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

Self-Compassionate Professor
141. Academic mobbing and healing with Dr. Maureen Meyers

Self-Compassionate Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 51:40


Dr. Maureen Meyers tells about the toll academic mobbing took on her mind, body, and spirit, the difficult decision to leave her tenured position, and the harsh circumstances within which she found herself leaving. Maureen also explains her healing process and the freedom and gratitude she now experiences in her non-academic job. Connect with Maureen on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maureenmeyers/. (Register for next week's self-compassionate co-grading sessions here: https://danielledelamare.com/?page_id=1066)

That's So Chronic
Natalie Meyers & Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus & Pericarditis (with her mom Dr. Laurie!)

That's So Chronic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 57:21


Yay! Happy Tuesday! Today's episode of That's So Chronic is with Natalie Meyers and her mom Dr. Laurie, and we're chatting about Natalie's diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and pericarditis. ** We had a couple of technical difficulties getting this video call to work, so thanks in advance for being understanding about the sound quality! ** In this episode, we basically talk about everything! Natalie and Dr Laurie take us through Natalie's diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis when she was a freshman in high school, the eventual diagnosis of pericarditis and lupus, what it was like growing up being the one who always puked on family car trips, the challenges that come with chronic illness, and why it's important to advocate for yourself or for your child. Aaaaand of course, Dr Laurie also shares some funny moments of Natalie's childhood with all of us as well! Natalie is the first to recognise that not everyone has the privilege of having a doctor for a mum, but her mum has been there through her health journey, so we thought why not share and celebrate this part of her story today! Don't forget to connect with That's So Chronic over on Instagram or Tiktok: @thatssochronic And sign up for the free monthly newsletter: thatssochronic.substack.com @thatssochronic | @jessssbrien | #thatssochronic Application form to share your story: https://forms.gle/csebLkwfwAjiLApK9 Disclaimer: Here at That's So Chronic we are sharing personal stories and are not advocating any type of treatment, therapy, procedure or intervention. Everyone is unique so please seek professional medical advice before making any decisions for yourself or for others. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Newest Olympian
56 | The Titan's Curse Ch. 19 w/ Kelly Schubert (LIVE in Philly!)

The Newest Olympian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 65:20


Kelly Beckman Schubert (@VoteForMeKellyB) makes her return to TNO live in Philadelphia to first cover the penultimate chapter of Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse, and then to answer some Q&A with Mike! Topics include: indigo, Dominion, floating water spheres, iPod Video, glowering, PB&J trees, seatbelts, Kelly's loophole, Mrs. Meyers, newtennant, tic-tac-toe, vouching, silent discoes, chocolate parties, Nutter Butters, Pull N' Peel Twizzlers, coffee Kelly, Spider-Man, Saw, Green Day, Pokémon, architecture, and more!NEW TNO MERCH: www.thenewestolympian.com/merchTNO IN MELBOURNE: www.thenewestolympian.com/live— Find The Newest Olympian Online —• Website: www.thenewestolympian.com• Patreon: www.thenewestolympian.com/patreon• Twitter: www.twitter.com/newestolympian• Instagram: www.instagram.com/newestolympian• Facebook: www.facebook.com/newestolympian• Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/thenewestolympian• Merch: www.thenewestolympian.com/merch— Production —• Creator, Host, Producer, Social Media, Web Design: Mike Schubert (https://schub.es)• Editor: Sherry Guo• Music: Bettina Campomanes and Brandon Grugle• Art: Jessica E. Boyd— About The Show —Is Percy Jackson the book series we should've been reading all along? Join Mike Schubert as he reads through the books for the first time with the help of longtime PJO fans to cover the plot, take stabs at what happens next, and nerd out over Greek mythology. Whether you're looking for an excuse to finally read these books, or want to re-read an old favorite with a digital book club, grab your blue chocolate chip cookies and listen along. New episodes release on Mondays wherever you get your podcasts!

Metal Shop's Backstage Pass
Metal Shop's Backstage Pass - Episode 309 : Code Orange (Jami Morgan & Reba Meyers)

Metal Shop's Backstage Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 13:14


I sat down with Jami and Reba a few months back when they played a headlining set at the Crocodile. We chat about moshing, influences, Philly and much more

TechCheck
Confluent CEO Jay Kreps on Earnings, Robinhood Beats Estimates in Q3 & Equinix CEO Charles Meyers on Latest Results 11/3/22

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 42:48


Our anchors begin today's show with Wells Fargo Chairman of Global Internet Investment Banking Bob Peck sharing his outlook for tech on the heels of yesterday's Fed rate hike. Then, our Julia Boorstin breaks down Roku's latest results sending shares lower, and Confluent Co-Founder and CEO Jay Kreps discusses the data management firm beating the Street in Q3. Next, CNBC's Dom Chu covers tech names that could be at risk from more rate hikes moving forward, and CNBC's Kate Rooney reports on trading platform Robinhood's quarterly figures. Later, CNBC's Ylan Mui takes a deep dive into PayPal Co-Founder Peter Thiel's multimillion-dollar investment in the campaign of Republican Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters, and Equinix CEO Charles Meyers joins as shares soar on the data center company's results.

From The Wing
Joel Meyers on Kobe Bryant and NBA Small Market Success

From The Wing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:36


Pelicans play-by-play broadcaster Joel Meyers joins the show. Joel and Christian discuss St. Louis' history of producing great sports broadcasters, the importance of being authentic, Kobe Bryant, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Felger & Massarotti
Patriots beat Jets 22-17 Mac Jones's Performance Zach Wilson's Performance - 10/31 (Hour 3)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 38:50


(0:00) Resetting thoughts on the roughing the passer call that helped the Patriots win over the Jets. (11:04) Thoughts on the performance of Mac Jones in the win. (22:01) Looking at the play of Jakobi Meyers. (31:15) Thoughts on the performance of Jets QB Zach Wilson.CONNECT WITH FELGER & MAZZhttps://www.instagram.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://twitter.com/FelgerAndMazzhttps://www.facebook.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub  

Some People Suck
Ep.168- Spooktober (Feat. Lexi Meyers)

Some People Suck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 105:42


It's SPOOKTOBER baby! Happy Halloween to all the ghosts, ghouls, lost souls, degenerates, savages and skin walkers that come alive in the full moon, its the 44th anniversary of Micheals first appearance so be careful out there Haddonfield, we have Lexi Meyers back on and this time we get into 90's pop culture and movie which we seem to never know anything about despite us feeling like we do, horror stories from her Facebook Messenger and Only Fans DM's, our TOP 3 Villains, our overrated/underrated Halloween candy, our UPS and DOWNS and so much more, couldn't of had a better time chopping up! LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Help the boys out!Follow us on Instagram:@somepeoplesuckpod@thisisthehomie@_hylty

Mastering Your Financial Life
Sara Meyers - Mastering Your Financial Life with Judy Heft

Mastering Your Financial Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 24:32


In this episode of Mastering Your Financial Life, Judy Heft interviews Sara Meyers, an estate planning attorney and Partner at Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP located in White Plains, New York. Sara focuses her practice on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianships, and long term care planning strategies, with a focus on Medicaid home care and nursing home issues. Learn more about Sara Meyers: Connect with Sara on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-meyers-39a2765/ Visit Sara's firm's website: https://www.esslawfirm.com/ In each episode of Mastering Your Financial Life, Judy Heft interviews professionals who help others successfully manage their financial lives. Judy is a Financial and Lifestyle Concierge and Founder & CEO of Judith Heft & Associates. Connect with Judy Heft on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/judyheft/ Visit Judith Heft & Associates' Website: http://www.judithheft.com/ Subscribe to Mastering Your Financial Life on Apple podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mastering-your-financial-life/id1628822980 Don't miss a video by subscribing to Judith Heft & Associates' YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxnWUm35dJhmCX0XPX_eZhQ

I Hear Things
How Podcast Networks are Making Their Own Rules for Political Advertising & 5 Other Stories

I Hear Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 10:28


This week: A birds-eye view of how podcasting is doing political ads this year, Spotify stock drops after announcing price increase, podcast companies discuss diversity at Advertising Week and the IAB Upfront, and a massive new Nielsen study shows podcast ads universally boost brand metrics. How podcast networks are making their own rules for political advertising—and how they differ from one another. Manuela: Midterm elections are approaching fast in the United States and that means political ads are on the rise. This Wednesday MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers published an article giving an overview of how different publishers and networks are handling the sensitive issue. “Political advertisers, including candidates and advocacy groups, have expressed interest in podcasts, according to several network execs, but not all networks want to play ball. And because the FCC doesn't regulate political ads in podcasting, the rules are left entirely up to platforms and networks.” iHeart, Wondery, and Vox declined to comment on Meyer's story, but those that did gave a wide variety of responses and opinions. Cadence13 has always been open to political ads, for instance. That said, the decision on whether or not to run any particular cause or campaign is left to the individual hosts of Cadence13 original podcasts. Spotify has flipped the switch to allow political ads again, having banned them after accusations of spreading disinformation during the 2020 presidential election. Curiously, both Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts do not directly mention political advertising in their ad policies.  Due to government regulations, NPR cannot run political ads on terrestrial radio. CEO Gina Garrubbo told MarketingBrew NPR chooses not to run political ads on other platforms. Meyers continues: “Execs from other podcast networks told us they're starting to see increasing interest from political candidates and issue-based organizations, and though they're open to these opportunities, some don't have formal policies in place yet.” Shira Atkins, co-founder and CRO of Wonder Media Network, has taken the approach of allowing political ads but only as part of sponsored content or via baked-in host-read. She says the network has gotten pitches from PACs and candidates, but some have blanched at the idea of handing over creative control to a host instead of running an ad produced by the campaign.  “While political ad dollars aren't flooding the podcast space the way they are CTV, as the industry continues to grow, its political ad policies will likely continue to evolve and solidify, even if they differ across networks.”  If there's one clear consensus in the world of political advertising on podcasts, it's that there currently is no consensus.  Spotify Shares Slip 10% After CEO Says Price Hikes Coming Next Year  Shreya: On Wednesday Denny Jacob, writing for The Wall Street Journal and reposted to MarketWatch, published coverage of the Spotify's Tuesday earnings call. The results were a mixed bag for Spotify. “For its third quarter, Spotify reported 456 million monthly active users, up 20% from a year earlier and above the company's guidance. Paying subscribers, Spotify's most lucrative type of customer, climbed 13% to 195 million, also exceeding the company's expectations, thanks to promotions and household plans.” That said, Spotify also posted a Q3 loss of 195 million dollars. Spotify Premium has cost $9.99 since the service launched in 2011, but CEO Daniel Ek says that'll change some time next year. Spotify shares fell 10% after the announcement.  Podcast companies want to increase diverse content—but say they need better ad budgets to do so Manuela: Time for another article from MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers, this one published on Monday. In it, she covers conversations about the podcasting industry stemming from Advertising Week New York and the IAB Podcast Upfront last week.  “Part of the push for more diversity in podcasting is about getting creators from different backgrounds behind the mic in the first place. Conal Byrne, CEO of the iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group, said that podcasting, like other mediums, has a problem with representation, but that there are efforts underway to “course-correct.” Meyers cites the Edison Research's 2022 Infinite Dial to demonstrate that the average makeup of the regular US podcast listeners - 53% men and 59% white, has declined in recent years. She also notes the diverse makeup of podcast hosts is outpacing wider US population statistics, using statistics from The Creators, a study published by Edison Research and Sounds Profitable on June 28th.  Conversations about diversification also raise questions about brand safety.  “During Acast's panel, global head of ad innovation Elli Dimitroulakos said that brand-safety tech can be imperfect as well, because it “has been built by people with preconceived notions or biases.”  Dimitrioulakos provides the example of a retailer avoiding any instance of the word ‘bomb' in an attempt to distance themselves from any content to do with war, but in the process unrelated content like discussions of bomber jackets are caught in the crossfire.  “Or “if I say ‘a bomb lipstick,' I'm not talking about a weapon,” added Brooke DeVard Ozaydinli, host of the Naked Beauty podcast.” Tenderfoot TV co-founder and president Donald Albright says advertisers should be prepared to invest in the industry and support the diversity they want to see in the industry. “Black content is what creates the culture, all culture, so invest in that,” he said. “Put the money in it, and also pay a premium on it. Don't just pay the normal rate, pay extra, because you're reaching a very targeted market that's going to set the trends. That should be more valuable.” New massive Nielsen study finds podcast ads universally boost brand metrics, long ads work. Shreya: On Wednesday Gillian Follett, writing for AdAge, covered a new Nielsen study purported to be the ‘largest ever' study of podcast ads.  “The study, titled “Podcast Ad Effectiveness: Best Practices for Key Industries,” consolidates the findings of 610 separate studies conducted by Nielsen to measure how ads inserted into podcast episodes affected several performance metrics, including brand familiarity, brand affinity and brand awareness. It also measured consumers' intent to search for more information about the brand; purchase something from the brand; or recommend the brand to others.”  The individual studies cover a period of four years and involved over 147,000 respondents, leading to the claim this is the largest ever study of podcasting advertising effectiveness. This claim was made by study commissioner Magna, an investment and intelligence unit of IPG Mediabrands. One notable bit of data is the finding that ads longer than 35 seconds drive better results than shorter creatives. Magna executive VP and managing director of audience intelligence and strategy Brian Hughes suggests this is due in part to the tendency for longer creatives to be tailor-made for podcasting. Shorter ads have a higher likelihood of being repurposed from another medium - such as radio - while longer ads likely have been built with podcasting in mind.  “Additionally, podcast ads largely had the same impact whether they were read by the podcast host or they came from the brand. In fact, custom ads—which typically involve the host sharing their personal experience with the brand, according to Hughes—were generally less effective than those that didn't feature the podcast host. The report points out that “custom content may not be worth the price of creation given it lags in performance.”” It's also worth noting with both the results we've covered and the rest in the article that Nielsen's methodology actually suppresses positive results, in a way. Respondents aren't actually listeners of the podcasts they're being tested with. It then stands to reason that if a result comes back positive in this study, the results are likely even better with an individual podcast's actual audience.  Quick Hits Manuela: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we've named Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week:  Pocket Casts Mobile Apps Are Now Open Source by Yael Rubinstein for Pocket Casts. This one does what it says on the tin: podcast listening service Pocket Casts announces their decision to make both the iOS and Android versions of their mobile apps open source. SoundExchange wins $9.7 million judgment from Slacker/LiveOne for unpaid music royalties by Kurt Hanson for RainNews. A brief rundown of the background behind the case and its outcome.  The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Tom Webster are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied
How Podcast Networks are Making Their Own Rules for Political Advertising & 5 Other Stories

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 10:28


This week: A birds-eye view of how podcasting is doing political ads this year, Spotify stock drops after announcing price increase, podcast companies discuss diversity at Advertising Week and the IAB Upfront, and a massive new Nielsen study shows podcast ads universally boost brand metrics. How podcast networks are making their own rules for political advertising—and how they differ from one another. Manuela: Midterm elections are approaching fast in the United States and that means political ads are on the rise. This Wednesday MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers published an article giving an overview of how different publishers and networks are handling the sensitive issue. “Political advertisers, including candidates and advocacy groups, have expressed interest in podcasts, according to several network execs, but not all networks want to play ball. And because the FCC doesn't regulate political ads in podcasting, the rules are left entirely up to platforms and networks.” iHeart, Wondery, and Vox declined to comment on Meyer's story, but those that did gave a wide variety of responses and opinions. Cadence13 has always been open to political ads, for instance. That said, the decision on whether or not to run any particular cause or campaign is left to the individual hosts of Cadence13 original podcasts. Spotify has flipped the switch to allow political ads again, having banned them after accusations of spreading disinformation during the 2020 presidential election. Curiously, both Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts do not directly mention political advertising in their ad policies.  Due to government regulations, NPR cannot run political ads on terrestrial radio. CEO Gina Garrubbo told MarketingBrew NPR chooses not to run political ads on other platforms. Meyers continues: “Execs from other podcast networks told us they're starting to see increasing interest from political candidates and issue-based organizations, and though they're open to these opportunities, some don't have formal policies in place yet.” Shira Atkins, co-founder and CRO of Wonder Media Network, has taken the approach of allowing political ads but only as part of sponsored content or via baked-in host-read. She says the network has gotten pitches from PACs and candidates, but some have blanched at the idea of handing over creative control to a host instead of running an ad produced by the campaign.  “While political ad dollars aren't flooding the podcast space the way they are CTV, as the industry continues to grow, its political ad policies will likely continue to evolve and solidify, even if they differ across networks.”  If there's one clear consensus in the world of political advertising on podcasts, it's that there currently is no consensus.  Spotify Shares Slip 10% After CEO Says Price Hikes Coming Next Year  Shreya: On Wednesday Denny Jacob, writing for The Wall Street Journal and reposted to MarketWatch, published coverage of the Spotify's Tuesday earnings call. The results were a mixed bag for Spotify. “For its third quarter, Spotify reported 456 million monthly active users, up 20% from a year earlier and above the company's guidance. Paying subscribers, Spotify's most lucrative type of customer, climbed 13% to 195 million, also exceeding the company's expectations, thanks to promotions and household plans.” That said, Spotify also posted a Q3 loss of 195 million dollars. Spotify Premium has cost $9.99 since the service launched in 2011, but CEO Daniel Ek says that'll change some time next year. Spotify shares fell 10% after the announcement.  Podcast companies want to increase diverse content—but say they need better ad budgets to do so Manuela: Time for another article from MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers, this one published on Monday. In it, she covers conversations about the podcasting industry stemming from Advertising Week New York and the IAB Podcast Upfront last week.  “Part of the push for more diversity in podcasting is about getting creators from different backgrounds behind the mic in the first place. Conal Byrne, CEO of the iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group, said that podcasting, like other mediums, has a problem with representation, but that there are efforts underway to “course-correct.” Meyers cites the Edison Research's 2022 Infinite Dial to demonstrate that the average makeup of the regular US podcast listeners - 53% men and 59% white, has declined in recent years. She also notes the diverse makeup of podcast hosts is outpacing wider US population statistics, using statistics from The Creators, a study published by Edison Research and Sounds Profitable on June 28th.  Conversations about diversification also raise questions about brand safety.  “During Acast's panel, global head of ad innovation Elli Dimitroulakos said that brand-safety tech can be imperfect as well, because it “has been built by people with preconceived notions or biases.”  Dimitrioulakos provides the example of a retailer avoiding any instance of the word ‘bomb' in an attempt to distance themselves from any content to do with war, but in the process unrelated content like discussions of bomber jackets are caught in the crossfire.  “Or “if I say ‘a bomb lipstick,' I'm not talking about a weapon,” added Brooke DeVard Ozaydinli, host of the Naked Beauty podcast.” Tenderfoot TV co-founder and president Donald Albright says advertisers should be prepared to invest in the industry and support the diversity they want to see in the industry. “Black content is what creates the culture, all culture, so invest in that,” he said. “Put the money in it, and also pay a premium on it. Don't just pay the normal rate, pay extra, because you're reaching a very targeted market that's going to set the trends. That should be more valuable.” New massive Nielsen study finds podcast ads universally boost brand metrics, long ads work. Shreya: On Wednesday Gillian Follett, writing for AdAge, covered a new Nielsen study purported to be the ‘largest ever' study of podcast ads.  “The study, titled “Podcast Ad Effectiveness: Best Practices for Key Industries,” consolidates the findings of 610 separate studies conducted by Nielsen to measure how ads inserted into podcast episodes affected several performance metrics, including brand familiarity, brand affinity and brand awareness. It also measured consumers' intent to search for more information about the brand; purchase something from the brand; or recommend the brand to others.”  The individual studies cover a period of four years and involved over 147,000 respondents, leading to the claim this is the largest ever study of podcasting advertising effectiveness. This claim was made by study commissioner Magna, an investment and intelligence unit of IPG Mediabrands. One notable bit of data is the finding that ads longer than 35 seconds drive better results than shorter creatives. Magna executive VP and managing director of audience intelligence and strategy Brian Hughes suggests this is due in part to the tendency for longer creatives to be tailor-made for podcasting. Shorter ads have a higher likelihood of being repurposed from another medium - such as radio - while longer ads likely have been built with podcasting in mind.  “Additionally, podcast ads largely had the same impact whether they were read by the podcast host or they came from the brand. In fact, custom ads—which typically involve the host sharing their personal experience with the brand, according to Hughes—were generally less effective than those that didn't feature the podcast host. The report points out that “custom content may not be worth the price of creation given it lags in performance.”” It's also worth noting with both the results we've covered and the rest in the article that Nielsen's methodology actually suppresses positive results, in a way. Respondents aren't actually listeners of the podcasts they're being tested with. It then stands to reason that if a result comes back positive in this study, the results are likely even better with an individual podcast's actual audience.  Quick Hits Manuela: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we've named Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week:  Pocket Casts Mobile Apps Are Now Open Source by Yael Rubinstein for Pocket Casts. This one does what it says on the tin: podcast listening service Pocket Casts announces their decision to make both the iOS and Android versions of their mobile apps open source. SoundExchange wins $9.7 million judgment from Slacker/LiveOne for unpaid music royalties by Kurt Hanson for RainNews. A brief rundown of the background behind the case and its outcome.  The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Tom Webster are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

lets talk art with brooke » podcasts
My chat with curators, Henry Skerritt & Fred Meyers of the Kluge Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection

lets talk art with brooke » podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 34:12


Episode 232: Today I talk to Henry Skerritt and Fred & Fred Meyers of the Kluge-Ruhe Museum at the University of Virginia. This shows 50 years of of Papunya Tula artists. We talk about who the Papunya Tula artists were and why their work is still relevant. This exhibition goes until Feb. 26, 2023. This […] The post My chat with curators, Henry Skerritt & Fred Meyers of the Kluge Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection appeared first on Let's Talk Art With Brooke.

The Lens: A Cinema St. Louis Podcast
Nancy/Nora: The Intern

The Lens: A Cinema St. Louis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 98:25


The Lens is retiring from the Nancy/Nora mini-series with Kayla's pick, Meyers' "The Intern," starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro. Andrew, Kayla, and Joshua break down everything about the writer-director's workplace "rom-com," complete with re-casting speculations, personal sleeping attire, and the ethos of girlbossing. Now Showing has Andrew and Joshua gushing over "Decision to Leave" and "Stars at Noon," Kayla's New York Film Festival coverage, and a spotlight on "Piggy." Later, the Known Four game makes a return with some Meyers players, Andrew and Joshua read books, and Kayla watches more Bravo (and "Hocus Pocus," finally). On the next episode, Joshua and Andrew preview the upcoming St. Louis International Film Festival (tickets and showtimes here) and present their live Golden Anniversaries discussion of Brian De Palma's "Sisters." Please share, subscribe, and review! Follow us @stlfilmfest on Instagram/Twitter/Letterboxd and @CinemaStLouis on Facebook.

Hill-Man Morning Show Audio
Was Jacoby Meyers insinuating that Mac was disrespected?

Hill-Man Morning Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 11:13


Was Jacoby Meyers insinuating that Mac was disrespected?

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
No Other Gospel I (Contemporary Service, Rev. Kim Meyers preaching on 10/23/2022 9:30:00 AM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 22:04


The best part about a team is that each individual member brings something unique to the collective whole for the purpose of advancing toward the team's goal. Paul's writings serve to spread this idea in the early Christian faith as he encourages the hearers of his letter to the Romans to not only discern their individual gifts (given graciously to them by God), but moreover to put them in action. Here, ‘the team' is the body of Christ. As Paul has written before, a key element of his ministry is focused on unifying a diverse group of people, to advance the mission given to him by Christ. How can one ever endure this mission if they are lost in conforming to the (fleeting, faulted, and frail) pattern of this world...no, rather we must be “transformed by the renewing of [our] minds” as he writes in Romans 12:2!

How Not To Suck At Divorce
38. Healing From Infidelity with Dr. Randy Heller

How Not To Suck At Divorce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 62:24


Today we have fan favorite Dr. Randy Heller to discuss how to heal from infidelity. Betrayal often has a huge impact on the divorce process because it adds fuel to an already raging fire. We want to help you move through the anger so you can make good decisions during your divorce. This is a heavy issue but we promise, by the end of the episode, you will feel better. If you're new here, Dr. Randy Heller is a licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed mental health counselor, certified Supreme Court family mediator, credentialed collaborative divorce family specialist and facilitator, parenting coordinator, certified hypnotherapist, and the founder and Clinical Director of The Family Network. Like, wow. Dr. Randy talks about the different types of infidelity. It's not just cheating. Infidelity can also be lying, stealing, and hiding money. Infidelity can be any type of betrayal. We talk about: Triggers after the betrayal How to trust your attorney after having your trust broken by your spouse How to deal with the pain of infidelity How to heal Because levity is important, we didn't skip our obsessed segment today. This week Morgan is obsessed with Meyers hand soap. Her fave scents are Rosemary, Rain, and Daisy (it doesn't smell like flowers). Post-pandemic Morgan is especially appreciative of how well it lathers and cleans. We're not affiliated with Meyers but if they want to slide into our dms, we won't be sad. You can find Dr. Randy Heller here: thefamilynetwk@aol.com 646-717-6718 mycollaborativeteam.com   No matter what you're going through, we're here for you. We love hearing from you so don't be shy. Slide into our dms: @hownottosuckatdivorce @theandrearappaport @divorceattorneychicago If you're liking our little show, it would mean the world to us if you rated and reviewed us right in your Apple podcast app or wherever you listen XO

Locked On Avalanche - Daily Podcast On The Colorado Avalanche
Roster Moves Are Made. Martin Kaut Gets Called Up. More Cap Space On the Way For Next Year?

Locked On Avalanche - Daily Podcast On The Colorado Avalanche

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 34:44 Very Popular


The season might be in it's early stages, but the Avalanche are not waiting around to make some changes. Ben Meyers, fresh off scoring his first goal of the season, was sent to the Colorado Eagles and Lukas Sedlak was placed on waivers. The expectation is Sedlak will clear the waiver wire and head to Loveland with Meyers. So, who gets the call to replace the two fourth line forwards? One will likely be Jacob MacDonald who has been with the team and practicing. The other, Martin Kaut. We also take a look at the Avs Wednesday opponent in the Winnipeg Jets and discuss the Gary Bettman press conference where he stated there was a good chance the cap goes up by $4 million next season compared to $1 million. My, how the Avs are praying for that. Chris and Kyle break it all down! Tune in and subscribe! BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Property Profits Real Estate Podcast
Using REI as a Springboard with Doug Meyers

Property Profits Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 16:38


If you're into real estate but you've found yourself wanting to do business as well, this episode is perfect for you! It can be shaky at first, considering the shift, but leveraging your real estate portfolio can help you dive into other careers and pursue your dreams. But the question is how can you use real estate to create the life you want to live? Join us as Doug Meyers answers that as he shares his own story in today's podcast. Doug Meyers is a former mining engineer who used real estate investing to provide the income to leave his previous full-time employment. This gave him the opportunity to pursue other passions and business interests with his full attention. He has a portfolio of condos, duplexes, and triplexes across Western Canada, and is a partner in an active flipping business in Saskatchewan. An award-winning investor and Keyspire Success Story, Doug is the host of RevNYou's very own RevNYou with Real Estate Podcast where he interviews real estate investors in all walks of life. He is also the host of The Grow Give Expand Podcast, where he speaks with entrepreneurs and business owners, uncovering the personal practices and systems that help them live successful, meaningful lives. In this episode, Doug talks about his journey from doing real estate to learning sales and then starting a business. Here, he explains how he uses real estate as a springboard to live the life he wants to achieve as he stresses the importance of learning sales in business. Checkout: Raising Capital Without Rejection Full-Day Workshop (Online): https://investorattractionworkshop.com/ What you'll learn in just 17 minutes from today's episode: Why it's important that you learn sales in business and not skip the entire learning process; Find out where you should go looking for people to help you as you get into a shift; and How can you use real estate as a springboard to live the life you want, exploring and acing other careers? Resources/Links: Grant Cordone Canada: https://grantcardone.ca/ Rev N You with Real Estate: https://www.revnyou.com/podcasts/ Website: https://www.revnyou.com/ Topics Covered: 00:49 – A brief overview of Doug's real estate journey to date 02:15 – He liked real estate, but he also wanted to become a business owner 02:59 – What made him realize that sales is his weakness 04:44 – Creating a 10-year plan for himself 08:00 – Powerful takeaway – work your powerbase 10:01 – What Doug's 10-year plan look like, and why you shouldn't skip the entire learning curve 13:38 – Using real estate to create the life you want to live 15:45 – Connect with Doug Meyers Key Takeaways: “I realized that to get to my next level – and not only in real estate, but in life and in business – I actually needed to get around a team of A-players again and I also needed to learn some new skills.” – Doug Meyers “I don't necessarily want to continue to grow a portfolio by having lots of joint venture partners. I think that's a great strategy, but I don't think it's the only way to do it.” – Doug Meyers “If you can't sell, you can't be in business.” – Doug Meyers “When we talk about partnering out with people and getting money, the first thing you do is look at the people who are most connected to you.” – Doug Meyers Connect with Doug Meyers: Email: doug@grantcordone.ca Website: https://www.revnyou.com/ Connect with Dave Dubeau: Podcast: http://www.propertyprofitspodcast.com/ Website: https://davedubeau.com/home Investor Attraction Workshop: http://www.investorattractionworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedavedubeau LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/davedubeau  

The Pivot Podcast
Interview with Pastor Darnell Meyers

The Pivot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 74:42


On today's episode we have a great discussion about soul winning, starting a church, revival, and so much more! Pastor Darnell Meyers pastors the church in West Covina, a daughter work out of Inland lighthouse church in Rialto. This episode is phenomenal, It's gonna bless you as much as it blessed us! 

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Carly Meyers - How to Hustle the Healthy Way and Why You're Made for More

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 51:43


This week's guest is the inspiring Carly Meyers, a woman who learned to do it all except the things that make her unhappy.Carly was a professional dancer performing in prestigious West End Musicals and arenas around the world. At the height of her success, her career was cut short when an injury meant she could no longer dance and was forced to completely start again. She believes this injury is the best thing to have happened to her as it threw her in the direction of entrepreneurship and her true purpose.Over the last 9 years she has built 2 hugely successful online business's and reached the top 1% of leaders in the social marketing industry worldwide and is now the CEO of Girls Building Empires. She has coached hundreds of others to build their own online business and has a relentless passion for helping women reach places in their own personal and business growth that they never even thought possible.She is the host of the female entrepreneur podcast Made For More, on which I was a guest the same day we recorded this (check it out). Running her businesses around her 2 kids under the age of 3, she has figured out how to work smart and is obsessed with helping people earn more while working less.Listen as we discuss:The truth about being a West End musical dancer (it's not glamorous).The fateful injury that ended her dancing career.Advice for aspiring artists on juggling passion and career.Why she left a job at Apple (it involves lunch).Experiencing extreme success wrapped around profound unhappiness.Learingn to celebrate achievements rather than continually striving.The hustle should only be towards the most fulfilled version of you.How she is leaning more into motherhood and away from her masculine.Women and mothers can do it all, but only if they want.Carly's top tip for happiness: accept who you are.YouTube: @mogawdatofficialInstagram: @mo_gawdatFacebook: @mo.gawdat.officialTwitter: @mgawdatLinkedIn: /in/mogawdatWebsite: mogawdat.comConnect with Carly Meyers on Instagram @carlymeyerslife and her website, carlymeyers.comDon't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Sunday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy

KNBR Podcast
10-14 John Lynch tells Murph and Mac why he would want Draymond Green on his team if he was Bob Meyers

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 24:47


John Lynch tells Murph and Mac why he would want Draymond Green on his team if he was Bob Meyers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Murph & Mac Podcast
10-14 John Lynch tells Murph and Mac why he would want Draymond Green on his team if he was Bob Meyers

Murph & Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 24:47


John Lynch tells Murph and Mac why he would want Draymond Green on his team if he was Bob Meyers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Morning Cup Of Murder
The Conspiracy Murder of Mary Pinchot Meyers and JFK - October 14 2022

Morning Cup Of Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 16:34


October 14th: Mary Pinchot Meyers Born (1920) Some cases have twists, turns, and a lot of conspiracy and speculation. So much so that a short podcast like ours only seems to scratch the surface. On October 14th 1920 a woman was born who would live a life filled with political intrigue and secrets. A woman whose death, in addition to being unsolved, leads to far more questions than answers.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Pinchot_Meyer, https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/44-years-later-a-washington-dc-death-unresolved-93263961/, https://www.townandcountrymag.com/leisure/arts-and-culture/a32599090/mary-meyer-jfk-mistress-murder/, https://crimereads.com/the-last-painting-of-mary-pinchot-meyer/, https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/25/books/review/a-real-life-jfk-lover-murdered-in-1964-stars-in-two-new-novels.html

Bitcoin Audible (previously the cryptoconomy)
Read_662 - Wrestling With the Truth [Allen Farrington & Sacha Meyers]

Bitcoin Audible (previously the cryptoconomy)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:51


"The power of prices is the process of dynamic discovery that underpins their emergence, not the fleeting consensus of a specific moment in time. The price is never right, but prices are as right as can be hoped for at that moment. Attempts to coerce prices without the ability to change the reality they communicate are, therefore, bound to run into trouble. And yet we do not seem capable of accepting the truth of prices whenever it is inconvenient. To ensure that consensus can arrive at valid social truths, we require systems or institutions that withstand attempts at coercion and which tap into decentralized discovery. Martial arts are a fitting case study, and an encouraging allegory for all that follows. A few decades ago, they were under the grip of bullshitting coercion. Today, they are thriving under a marketplace of ideas." - Allen & Sacha In another piece from Bitcoin Magazine and returning authors Allen Farrington & Sacha Meyers we get an exploration of the mixed martial arts and how in recent decades it has been thrust into a world of discovery and competition. No longer constrained by the strict rules of authority and claims of superiority, but open to a marketplace of ideas where the truth is verified, not trusted. One of the amazing pieces from the book by the same authors, a must have for every Bitcoiner, Bitcoin is Venice. Find the original article and numerous other amazing works both from these authors and at Bitcoin Magazine at the link below: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/culture/bitcoin-and-the-truth-of-mixed-martial-arts Check out our amazing sponsors and the products that Guy uses most in the space: • COME HANG OUT! Join us and the Swan Bitcoin team at the Pacific Bitcoin Conference in November! Get your tickets now, 10% off with code BITOCINAUDIBLE (https://www.pacificbitcoin.com/) • The best place to onboard a true Bitcoiner - Stack sats automatically, withdraw automatically, and learn or get help from the best team of Bitcoiners out there with Swan Bitcoin. (swanbitcoin.com/guy) • Dive into the Bitcoin only wallet, the cypherpunk calculator, and a company that has built secure Bitcoin products for nearly a decade. Code BITCOINAUDIBLE gets 5% off everything in the store! (guyswann.com/coldcard) • Gets sats back every time you dump fiat at a store, to pay your bills, everything in your fiat life pays you sats with the Fold Debit Card and FoldApp. 5,000 FREE SATS at (guyswann.com/fold) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fantasy Football Podcast
MUST ADD NFL Week 6 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups | Kenneth Walker + Jakobi Meyers + more

Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 53:33


MUST ADD NFL Week 6 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups | Kenneth Walker + Jakobi Meyers + moreRight now on the FF Faceoff, Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Frank Ammirante are here to break down their top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Must Add Players for NFL Week 6 The latest NFL News, Rumors, and Injuries will also be discussed as will live listener Q and A. *BE HEARD -- Ask your questions in the LIVE CHAT*BE HEARD -- Ask your questions in the LIVE CHATTalking Points:Rasaad Penny: 02:30Kenneth Walker: 05:30Eno Benjamin: 10:10Geno Smith: 13:30Brian Robinson: 16:00Jakboi Meyers: 19:00Alec Pierce: 26:00Dak Prescott: 29:00Breece Hall: 32:00Ja'Marr Chase: 36:00Russell Wilson: 40:00James Conner: 43:00Raheem Mostert: 47:00Justin Herbert: 49:30Get a 100% deposit bonus of up to $25 when you use the promo code FACEOFF at sign upSign Up Here: https://bit.ly/Faceoff-NHANFL News: Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie remains in the concussion protocolCardinals re-signed TE Maxx WilliamsPanthers fire HC Matt RhuleThe Panthers are expected to start QB P.J. Walker in Week 6 against the Rams.Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny (leg) is out for the rest of the seasonRavens WR Rashod Bateman (foot) could return in Week 6Ravens place S Marcus Williams (wrist) on IR with a wrist injury49ers CB 49ers CB Emmanuel Moseley (knee) sustained a torn ACL in Week 5**Want Free Money?**Sportbooks Affiliates:1. Fubo - Risk-Free Bet up to $1000Link: https://www.bestodds.com/visit/fubo-faceoff/2. BetMGM - Risk-Free Bet up to $1000Link: https://www.bestodds.com/visit/betmgm-faceoff/3. Caesars - Risk-Free Bet up top $1100Link: https://www.bestodds.com/visit/caesars-faceoff/4. PointsBet - 2 Risk-Free Bets up to $2000Link: https://www.bestodds.com/visit/pointsbet-faceoff/DFS Affiliates:1. Prize Picks (Promo Code FACEOFF)Get a 100% Deposit Match up to $100Join Here: https://app.prizepicks.com/sign-up?invite_code=FACEOFF2. Underdog Fantasy (Promo Code: FACEOFF) All NEW USERS get a first deposit matchup up to $100Link to join: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-ff-faceoffWEBSITE: www.fffaceoff.comDISCORD: https://discord.gg/hEYgqxcvYjLINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/fffaceoffMERCH: https://veridianglobal.com/collections/ff-faceoff--------------------------------------------------------HOUSE-KEEPING---------------------------------------------------------------EMAIL: ffaceoff@gmail.com TWITTER:https://twitter.com/fffaceoffhttps://twitter.com/therealnflguruIG: https://www.instagram.com/thefffaceoffFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FFFaceoff/FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2213414128877661/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=918684538289626SUBSCRIBE to dominate your competition https://www.youtube.com/thefffaceoff?sub_confirmation=1APPLE POD: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ff-faceoff/id1340277737?mt=2GOOGLE POD: https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/Ioht3362q3s5ov4bqj4nigpf2xi?t%3DThe_FF_Faceoff%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16

Felger & Massarotti
Jakobi Meyers Impact //Bill Belichick's Postgame Comments // The Final Word - 10/10/2022 - (Hour 4)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 39:52


(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start the final hour of Monday's show with Jakobi Meyers impact on the offense. (15:30) Calls come in on all things Patriots-Lions. (24:50) Bill Belichick's postgame comments on his 400th game as head coach are discussed. (35:10) The Final Word with Jim Murray

Human Performance Outliers Podcast
Episode 316: Boyd Meyers - Spontaneous Fitness

Human Performance Outliers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 105:52


Boyd Meyers is an Air Force Veteran, former bodybuilder with a 700+ pound deadlift, and current endurance enthusiast. He signed up for a full Ironman on a whim when he lost control of his health and gained 75lbs. Now, he is taking on big endurance challenges, including: doing a full Ironman followed by a half Ironman the following day to support the Gold Star Initiative.  HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors BON CHARGE: boncharge.com/HPO promo code: HPO (20% off) Magnesium Breakthrough: magbreakthrough.com/human promo code: HUMAN 10 Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo  HPO Patreon: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Coaching: zachbitter.com/coaching Boyd: boydmyers.com Tw: @boydmyers IG: @boydmyers  Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans
From the Podium: Penny comes up with a big play on 3rd down

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 12:20


In addition to celebrating a 48-45 victory, the Seahawks were able to celebrate an addition to the Meyers family after the game. Rashaad Penny was a big factor in the win over the Lions after running for a touchdown on a 3rd and 16 and going over 150 yards on the day. DK Metcalf also had a big day and clarified his comments from before the game regarding the Detroit cornerback he faced off against. Quandre Diggs had a chance to reflect on his return to the city where he started his NFL career. Finally, Pete Carroll talked about a couple players on Monday who we can expect to see getting more snaps in the weeks ahead. Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Subscribe via: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Follow us on: Facebook | Twitter Listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation

Pat Gray Unleashed
'Dig Me' | More On Trivia: New England vs. Green Bay | 9/30/22

Pat Gray Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 98:51 Very Popular


A random street thug finds out the hard way what happens when you harass an elderly man. Lizzo plays the James Madison flute and twerks on stage. The hurricane in Florida has caused billions of dollars' worth of damages in the Ft. Meyers area. A doctor attempts to link abortion to the Florida hurricane. Virgin Atlantic launches a new genderless uniform policy. Apple fires a 22-year veteran of the company over a joke on TikTok. Video of Hunter Biden sliding down a slide naked in an expensive Malibu mansion. Congress announces another $12 billion for Ukraine. More On Trivia today is the Green Bay Packers against the New England Patriots. The surprising and official cause of death for Queen Elizabeth II has been announced. There's more tragic news: Trevor Noah is leaving "The Daily Show." Speaking of “great” television hosts, Chris Cuomo is making a return, but this time to Newsnation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices