Desirae Endres is a dedicated mother of two, a loving wife, a former teacher, and the voice behind the Minimal-ish Podcast. As the author of "Simple Morning Lists," she's on a mission to inspire others with the transformative power of minimalism and intentional living. Desirae Endres' journey into intentional living began in 2018 when she and her husband embarked on a quest to declutter their home and simplify their lives. Through this process, she discovered that minimalism extended far beyond just physical possessions. It was about creating a life with fewer distractions, more peace, and a deeper sense of purpose. This included morning routines. The full show notes, with links, resources we mention, and podcast sponsors can be found HERE.
Let's talk about the STUFF in your house. Did you know that the amount of “stuff” around you affects you in more ways than one? Too much stuff can make you feel stressed out, mentally and emotionally. It can even affect your physical health. Knowing that information raises the question: Is all of the “stuff” that you are hanging on to absolutely necessary? Or could letting go of some things equate to peace and more mental clarity?
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"Number is the Word but is not utterance it is wave and light, though no one sees it it is rhythm and music, though no one hears it. Its variations are limitless and yet it is immutable. Each form of life is a particular reverberation of Number." - Maurice Druon || 01. Ian Dezt - Discernment [Evitative] || 02. Mira Falkenstein - Ego Trip [Kassiopeia] || 03. Kmyle - Scorpion [Kmyle] || 04. Mik Larockk - Come On !!! (fZ Mix) [Moon Life] || 05. Fabio Florido - Roots [RUNA] || 06. TimeKube - Raver's Rumble [Kneaded Pains] || 07. Mystics - The Unexplored Pt. 2  || 08. Metadon Junkies - Station [Utazok] || 09. Zesar Mar - Z-project (Alberto Ruiz Remix) [Stick] || 10. HA XO - Kirdan [Prodigal Son] || 11. Jonathan K - Going Down || 12. Techoma - Identity [Cerebro] || 13. Inigo Kennedy - Tribulations (Hyperia Remix) [Bazovoe] || 14. Malice Entity - Blowin' on that Indo [Aerotek] || 15. Téo Dréan - Overkill [Affûté] || 16. Bruce Zalcer - Swing [Riot] || 17. Beau You Know - Big Game [rhythmdot] || 18. Kisseya - your choice [YellowBlue] || 19. Himmelblau - Sylvenstein [Artistfy] Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the Full Spectrum podcast, find the latest releases at https://ffaze.com
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Today is Minimal-ish's 200th episode! It's time to stop and celebrate, as we have quite a few milestones to celebrate! At the beginning of September it was Minimal-ish's 5 year birthday, we crossed 3 million downloads, and now we're on our 200th episode! In today's episode, I'm sharing the story of minimal-ish - how it came to be, the valleys and mountains along the way, and where it's going. I'll also share the top downloaded episodes, my favorite moments on the show, and 5 things I learned about minimalism in 5 years. I loved recording this episode and I am beyond grateful for you for being here! Thank you for listening in. Minimal-ish would not exist without you! Links: Desirae on Instagram Podcast Website Top Episode Links: -Declutter with Me - Your Clothes -Declutter and Organize Your Closet with Me + 6 Questions to Ask Yourself to help you Declutter Anything -Why is minimalism so life changing? -Simple Ways to Start Changing Your Shopping Habits (Bring Less into Your Home) -Benefits of Minimalism for Parents -Impactful mindset shifts for minimalism with Dawn Madsen of the minimal mom Simplifying "Sticking to" your Budget + Tips for Your Grocery Budget Woes with Carly of Debt Free Mom How to Hygge this Winter + Holiday Season with Diane in Denmark How and Where to Start Decluttering (even when you're busy) with Joshua Becker - Minimal-ish Replay #1 Peaceful Productivity & Planning our Days around Our Priorities with Jess Massey Messy Minimalism: Make Minimalism Your Own (without the perfectionism) with Rachelle Crawford My favorite Episode Links: On Letting Go of Old Seasons and Embracing the Next with Shauna Niequist Connecting with our Kids through Learning + Simplified Early Homeschooling with Erin Loechner Episodes with Kat Steck / Junkyard Journals Minimalism Stories Episodes Mentioned: Leah Franklin Mary Simpson Emily McDermott Sponsor: Mylio Photos: Download the free app at mylio.com/minimalish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As a minimal mom of 9 kids, my guest Angie Wipf from Calming the Chaotic knows that having systems in place for decluttering and home management is key - especially if you're living in a smaller space (like 1200 square feet!) Angie describes herself as a minimal mom of 9 living in a smaller space, sharing her tips at Calming the Chaotic on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok. She and he family focus on simple, sustainable, frugal living. Besides decluttering and routines, we talk about kids' stuff - how much do you actually need to hold onto if you're planning to grow your family? Angie's sharing her secrets for simple living that can help you calm the chaos - and I can't wait to share them with you! Resources Mentioned: Connect with Angie on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok Angie's DeClutter app For the entire month of September, if you leave a rating and written review in Apple Podcasts (five stars are my favorite, you can probably guess), take a screen shot of it and e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, you will be entered in a drawing for a decluttering book of your choice! If you already left a rating and review, thank you! Share the podcast with a friend and send the screenshot to me at email@example.com for an entry into the giveaway. The giveaway is all month, and the winner will be announced on my episode airing Tuesday, October 3, 2023. *** I help moms declutter their homes, heads, and hearts. Contact - > firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast -＞ www.simplebyemmy.com/podcast Learn -＞ www.simplebyemmy.com/resources Connect -＞ Join our free Facebook group Decluttering Tips and Support for Overwhelmed Moms Instagram -＞ @simplebyemmy and @momsovercomingoverwhelm *** Don't Know Where to Start? *** 5 Steps to Overcome Overwhelm -＞ https://simplebyemmy.com/5steps/ 5 Mindset Shifts for Decluttering -＞ https://simplebyemmy.com/mindset/ Wanna work with me to kick overwhelm to the curb, mama? There are three options for you! Step 1: Join a supportive community of moms plus decluttering challenges to keep you on track at the free Facebook group Decluttering Tips and Support for Overwhelmed Moms Step 2: Grab a free 10-minute clarity call at https://calendly.com/simplebyemmy/clarity Step 3: Get more personalized support with in-person or virtual decluttering coaching! www.simplebyemmy.com/coaching
Dave Jackson began podcasting in 2005 and launched the School of Podcasting (schoolofpodcasting.com). His School of Podcasting show has over 3.3 million downloads. He has helped hundreds of people plan, launch, and grow their podcasts. He is the author of the book Profit from Your Podcast: Proven Strategies to Turn Listeners into a Livelihood, and is a featured speaker at events. In 2016 Dave joined Libsyn (the largest podcast hosting company) as part of their tech support team. In 2018 he was inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame. Find him at www.schoolofpodcasting.comDavid and David discussed:The MINIMAL costs involved with starting a podcast.Common mistakes by podcastersSome of the ways that Dave can help YOU to build your podcast.Don't forget to visit www.schoolofpodcasting.com/weeklywealth for a 20% discount on monthly or yearly subscriptions!To set your 30 minute appointment with David Chudyk, visit www.weeklywealthpodcast.com/contactus or simly email email@example.comIf you are a business owner and have ever thought about selling your business to fund your future lifestyle, take the Value Builder Assessment at www.allofmyassets.com/value-builder-score This will give you an estimate of the value of your business as well has help you to understand the areas of your business that can improve so that you can sell it for a higher multiple when you are ready.
Part 2Description/Main Topics/ConnectIf you missed part 1, please go back and listen, there are great insights on how to unlock your potential and find your personal and business success.Do you want to learn how to move from the minimum necessary to the maximum possible? In this episode, part 2, Jeff discusses his journey as an entrepreneur, his experiences during the 2008 recession, and how he managed to overcome challenges. The conversation delves into the concept of "maximum possible" in entrepreneurship, encouraging listeners to explore their true purpose and potential. Emphasizing the importance of accountability, using psychological principles of persuasion to drive positive behavior and productivity. Adam and Jeff touch on the difference between staying busy and being truly productive in the entrepreneurial world. The podcast aims to inspire and educate listeners on achieving success, both personally and professionally by unlocking your potential.In 2008, Jeff Lerner faced adversity but turned his life around. He founded three multimillion-dollar businesses, found happiness in remarriage, got into great shape, and became a father to four. He credits his unique "ENTREpreneurial" life system. In 2019, he launched ENTRE Institute, which enrolled over 250,000 students in four years, becoming a leader in online education. He expanded with a podcast, "Unlock Your Potential," and a bestselling book in 2022. Today, he manages ENTRE, various ventures, podcasts, writing, speaking, and family life while maintaining his fitness and piano playing.01:21 What is maximum possible?02:16 Minimal necessary! 05:01 Retirement?!?!08:42 How to create your purpose?13:13 The A word!18:48 Busy vs productive20:39 Value daily deposits & NAP23:33 Consistent daily routine!www.jefflernerofficial.comConnect with Adamhttp://www.startwithawin.comhttps://www.facebook.com/AdamContosCEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamcontos/ https://www.instagram.com/adamcontosceo/ https://www.youtube.com/@LeadershipFactoryhttp://twitter.com/AdamContosCEO Listen, rate, and subscribe!Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsNotes from part 1: Do you want to unlock your potential and find your personal and business success? Adam welcomes guest, Jeff Lerner, in this episode they delve into Jeff's journey, the importance of a mindset shift from traditional employment to entrepreneurship, and how his life operating system, with its three pillars (the three P's, three legs of successful action, and three phases of legacy), has enabled him to achieve significant success in business and life. The discussion also emphasizes the significance of personal beliefs, autonomy, and the need for individuals to understand the trade-offs between freedom and financial security in the pursuit of their goals.In the upcoming second part of the series, Jeff will further discuss how to move from the minimum necessary to the maximum possible and the role of ambition in achieving success.In 2008, Jeff Lerner faced adversity but turned his life around. He founded three multimillion-dollar businesses, found happiness in remarriage, got into great shape, and became a father to four. He credits his unique "ENTREpreneurial" life system. In 2019, he launched ENTRE Institute, which enrolled over 250,000 students in four years, becoming a leader in online education. He expanded with a podcast, "Unlock Your Potential," and a bestselling book in 2022. Today, he manages ENTRE, various ventures, podcasts, writing, speaking, and family life while maintaining his fitness and piano playing.02:03 It's true, you make your bed, you sleep in it…05:13 Failed a dozen times and kept going.08:50 The three Ps of success13:20 The three legs of successful actions14:33 The three phases of legacy16:36 The fourth P19:01 Where are people breaking the most in the process?
In the third hour, Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by NFL Draft analyst Mike Renner of The Messenger to discuss Bears quarterback Justin Fields' struggles in his team's 38-20 loss to the Packers on Sunday, receiver Chase Claypool's minimal effort and more. The midday crew then pondered the following question: Who's the only person whom White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf will listen to? Later, Bernstein, Holmes and Rahimi reacted to Bears coach Matt Eberflus revealing that he met with receiver Chase Claypool recently to address Claypool's lack of effort and poor blocking in Chicago's 38-20 loss to Green Bay on Sunday in the season opener.
Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by NFL Draft analyst Mike Renner of The Messenger to discuss Bears quarterback Justin Fields' struggles in his team's 38-20 loss to the Packers on Sunday, receiver Chase Claypool's minimal effort and more.
Basset Fauve de Bretagne: Old Breed is New to AKC Miscellaneous [caption id="attachment_12428" align="alignleft" width="289"] Nick Frost, AKC Judge and Hound Authority[/caption] Nick Frost, AKC judge and hound specialist, joins host Laura Reeves to talk about the charming Basset Fauve de Bretagne. Better known for his Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen breeding program, Frost was involved with the Fauve in England in the late 1970s. The Fauve, as the breed is commonly called, entered AKC's Miscellaneous competition for the first time in July of this year. They have previously competed in Open Shows and participated in the Foundation Stock Service. According to the Basset Fauve de Bretagne Club of America, “The Basset Fauve de Bretagne is truly an old French Hound, tracing back to the 1500's when Francois I had a pack of Breton hounds which he hunted regularly.” [caption id="attachment_12430" align="alignright" width="248"] Frost with Merrick, Varon Aymeric at Dehra born in quarantine at Ryslip kennels.[/caption] Fauves, like many European breeds, were nearly lost due to the World Wars and had to be reconstructed from just a handful of breeding stock, Frost said. In France, the breed is a rabbit hunting hound and the French are very proud of the breed's hunting ability. They are kept as pack hounds in their native land and as a result are very good with other dogs. “(The Fauves are) very sweet tempered,” Frost observed. “I found them more so even than the (PBGV). I never experienced a fight with my Fauves.” These short-legged hounds carry a short, hard, dense wire coat, less profusely furnished than the distant cousin the PBGV. Minimal, low maintenance grooming is required for Fauves with correct coats. “It's a breed that needs activity,” Frost noted. “Like all pack hounds, they just need a companion. They are great with kids. The breed is a bit more people-focused than many scent hounds.” [caption id="attachment_12431" align="alignleft" width="308"] Fauves are generally biddable and people oriented.[/caption] “This is still a hound,” Frost said. “It still can be “deaf”, you can't trust them to come when called every time. They are still being hunted and worked full time in Europe. So that prey drive is still close to the surface.”
Welcome to a brand new episode of the Laundromat Resource Podcast! In today's episode, we have a special guest, Emil Schaffroth, who has an incredible story to share. Formerly a pilot, Emil made a life-changing decision to leave his job and invest his time and energy into fixing and repairing things at a location he owned. With 40 hours a week dedicated to this venture, Emil has learned valuable lessons about hiring, management, and improving the customer experience. From trusting employees to investing in customer service, Emil's strategies have turned his struggling "zombie mat" into a profitable business. Join us as he unveils his journey and shares tips on how to transform a struggling laundromat into a successful one. Plus, don't miss our "fast lane tip" where we reveal the amazing benefits of joining the Laundromat Resource Pro community. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and get ready to learn from Emil's inspiring story on this episode of the Laundromat Resource Podcast!In this episode, Jordan and Emil discuss: [00:00:00] Emil Schaffroth turns zombie mat into gold.[00:09:38] Broker advises on purchase agreement and due diligence.[00:12:56] Observing, researching, and analyzing to ensure success.[00:21:19] Improving laundromat, fixing machines, upgrading floors.[00:25:47] Minimal volume change, great customer service success. Increased sales after implementing improvements.[00:31:53] Met industry people, got ideas, found expert.[00:36:27] Trust your gut; learn and adapt.[00:41:38] Typical week: repairs, managing staff, empowering decisions.[00:48:23] Made signs about over-soaping, got criticized.[00:53:38] I need more space and optimization for the store.[00:57:43] Raised prices due to upgrades and equipment. Gas bill doubled, profit wiped out. Changed dryer times, got backlash. Jumped washer prices 25%, regained revenue. Gas prices came down, made adjustments.[01:10:13] Trust, respect, bonuses, and effective surveillance maintain integrity.[01:14:39] Upgrades important, customer service key, be handy.[01:18:16] Social media boosts laundromat industry; valuable resources.[01:23:18] Improve customer experience for personal benefits.Show Notes-https://laundromatresource.com/show125Show SponsorsAtmosphereTV- 50+ channels of positive, fun TV programming, allowing you to cut your cable bill and create a great atmosphere in your laundromat! Get the registration fee waived by using this link!https://atmosphere.tv/partner/laundromat-resourceResourcesInstagram @emilschaffrothFacebook Emil SchaffrothEmail firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedIn Emil SchaffrothConnect With UsYouTubeInstagramFacebookLinkedInTwitterTikTok
Sitting still for 18 years would give anyone pause for action, but if what has been sitting for nearly 2 decades was a 1965 fastback, pulling her out of the garage is all the more exciting. Here to share the story of her 65 289 Fastback, welcome Denise Shaffer to Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast.Guest application, Ford Mustang The Early Years PodcastDo you own an early year Mustang?: yesIf you own a Mustang, how long have you owned your ride?: Since 2004- It's been in the family since1990 If you own a Mustang or classic car, have you named your car? Patience If you've made improvements to your classic car or restored it, what work have you done?:Minimal since we have had it. Just trying to get her back on the road at this point. What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: Nothing major. New rims. Update sound. Make it enjoyable to go for a pajama ride! (Ice cream runs with kids in their jammies!)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/@fordpickuppodcast https://www.instagram.com/fordpickuppodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairSponsored by: National Parts Depotwww.npdlink.comWith 4 warehouses nationwide, you'll get your parts fast!Cover art Photo Credit: Keep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler
Hello and Happy Labor Day Today I want to discuss how important community is as we have been so amazed by the neighbors within a few miles of our home. Everyone helps everyone and it has been such a blessing in so many ways. The weird thing is that we only moved 5 miles, but we have been surrounded with the most helpful people we call friends as they have helped us navigate so many things with adding 23 pigs and helping us get ready for our 4 dexters coming in about a month to helping us casterate piglets for the first time. We have had a huge learning curve on our farm as we have had chickens and goats for a long time, but this will be the first time with pigs and cows. So far it has been a fun experience with the pigs and we are really looking forward to the cows!!!!! There are so many things to learn and it has been so fascinating what we are learning along the way! For us, we have worked on pens and fencing probably the last four weeks because as we needed more pens, we needed to make more space as the piglets get weened, another one will be having piglets anytime, so we had to move the boar out of that pen and then the boar cant be alone, so we put our American Guinea/Idaho Pasture Pigs in with him as they have most of our garden for next year rooted up. It is a great time for the pigs to be in the woods right now because there are so many acorns falling from the oak trees and they are in heaven with all the vegetation. It has been a process, but we are sure enjoying it! With our cows coming next month, we had hay to cut and a neighbor borrowed us their machinery and we were able to buy a semi load of round bales from them as well as we will need a bunch for the winter because we never know how long that will be here! When we got our pigs, another neighbor had borrowed us their trailer to haul them and that was so helpful as well. We have such incredible neighbors and we are able to pay back with heavy equipment work and my husband will be able to fix their equipment in the winter. All this to say, reach out to those around you because it is so important to build community where you are at. We are all in this together. Reach out to others and see what you can help with and learn as much as you can from those that have gone before you. It is so nice that we can learn from you tube, but there is so much more power in surrounding yourself with those right in your own community. I'm so excited to share that I will be having our first Monthly Women's Homesteading gathering next month, so if you are in central Minnesota, we would love to have you join us. DM me for the details or send me an email at email@example.com https://fb.me/e/1dkvlPWsw Have an awesome week friend! Talk to ya next week! Monica
Der Sommer schwenkt so langsam auf die Zielgerade ein, heute, am 01. September 2023. Der liebe Andreas befindet sich gerade auf einer "Rückholaktion" in Italien, denn er begleitet seinen Gatten auf dem Auto-Trip zurück nach Hause und legt dabei noch einen kleinen Zwischenstopp in der Schweiz ein. Deshalb wurde Episode 398 von "XtraChill" auch ein paar Tage im Voraus produziert. Und die Playliste kann sich mal wieder hören lassen: im Zentrum stehen wieder zwei "Flotte Dreier", die heterogener gar nicht sein könnten - für ausreichend Abwechslung ist also gesorgt! Zusätzlich gibt es noch ein neues Netlabel aus deutschen Landen zu entdecken. Viel Vergnügen beim Anhören! Summer is slowly coming to the home stretch, today, on September 1st, 2023. Dear Andreas is currently on a "return campaign" in Italy, because he is accompanying his husband on the car trip back home and is laying one more small stopover in Switzerland. That's why episode 398 of "XtraChill" was produced a few days in advance. And the playlist is worth listening to again: the focus is once again on two "threesomes", who couldn't be more heterogeneous - so there's plenty of variety! There is also a new net label from Germany to discover. Have fun listening!
Tracklist Darin epsilon - midgard ( sebastien leger ) Apir - empatic Liva k - you can dance now Dennis cruz - una rumbita Parallelle & Nicolas Masseyeff - Renegade (Adam Ten & Mita Gami Remix) Rhadow - Indigo (Mihai Popoviciu Remix) Adam Ten & Yamagucci - The Girl Next Door Super Flu - spacehip Serge Devant - this moment Hot Since 82 - Buggin' (feat Jem Cooke) Abuk - Lioum (feat. Maurice Kaar)
How a seemingly mundane job interview led to a life-changing encounter with discriminatory labour laws. Through her letter to the editor published in a local newspaper, Natasha Tynes discovered the compelling power of their voice in sparking discussions and driving change. Explore how this experience ignited a passion for journalism and shed light on the transformative impact of storytelling and advocacy in society.
In this episode I talk about my minimal gear Load-out and what it looks like, I show the Eurasian wigeon mount on yt, and talk about New features to the Youtube Podcast channel when guests are on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guest BioThanh Pham is the founder of Asian Efficiency, a productivity training company, where they help people become more productive at work and in life. He started Asian Efficiency in 2011 and has helped over 15,000 clients, the blog attracts annually over 1.5 million readers, and their podcast The Productivity Show is the #1 productivity podcast with over 13 million downloads. Thanh has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and Inc magazines as a thought leader and he gives keynotes across the world on productivity, efficiency and time management.ℹ️ IntroductionWelcome to another episode of the Frugalpreneur podcast, where we showcase inspiring entrepreneurs who have successfully built their businesses from the ground up. In this episode, we have the pleasure of featuring Thanh, the founder of Asian Efficiency. Thanh shares his journey of accidentally turning his passion for productivity into a thriving business, and provides valuable insights on bootstrapping, creating products that people want, and maximizing productivity. He also gives us a glimpse into the tools and techniques he used to build and run his online-based company. So, if you're looking for practical tips and strategies to bootstrap your business and increase your productivity, this episode is for you. Stay tuned and let's dive in!❇️ Key topics and bullets- Background of the guest, Thanh, and his journey as a bootstrapped entrepreneur- Starting a blog as a passion project and accidentally turning it into a business- Minimal capital investment needed for starting a blog and increasing equipment over time- Using sweat equity and reinvesting extra time and money into the blog/business- Developing online courses as a business model and the challenge faced with the first course on sleep- Learning from failures and adopting the Lean Startup approach for the second course on task management- Building products alongside the audience to create solutions that people actually want- Importance of finding a pain point and launching a product based on it for successful marketing- Examples of free tools used in the beginning of the business and the transition to more advanced tools over time- Running a remote-based company and utilizing tools like Slack for effective communication.
Struggling with joint pain? Unsure what to do? In today's podcast we discuss what to address, and how, in order to heal your muscles and joints in order to continue to pursue your goals pain-free!!!
Rapid Fire starts with what Zeke Correll's presence will mean for Notre Dame on Saturday against Navy. We have more Irish topics as well, including: Rapid Fire starts with thoughts on how center Zeke Correll's availability will affect the game. Other topics include: * Marcus Freeman lays out the timeline for tight end Eli Raridon's return from last year's ACL tear. * How will you define a successful Notre Dame season? * Thoughts on longtime college football writer Pat Forde saying Freeman many have been too nice in his first season as head coach. * Stanford, Cal and SMU are reportedly being seriously considered for ACC membership. What does it mean for Notre Dame? * Besides quarterback, which position will improve the most for the Irish this season? * How would you feel if Notre Dame doesn't cover its 20.5 point spread against Navy? * The Irish still have a season over/under win total of 8.5 in Vegas. What would it mean if they don't go over? * How into the Little League World Series are you? Shop for Irish Breakdown gear at our online store: https://ibstore.irishbreakdown.com/ Join the Irish Breakdown premium message board: https://boards.irishbreakdown.com Stay locked into Irish Breakdown for all the latest news and analysis about Notre Dame: https://www.irishbreakdown.com Subscribe to the Irish Breakdown podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/irish-breakdown/id1485286986 Like and follow Irish Breakdown on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/irishbreakdown Sign up for the FREE Irish Breakdown daily newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/irish-breakdown-newsletter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we are finishing off our back to school series with a solo episode all in the name of reflecting and setting ourselves up for an intentional season. We reflect on our back to school yeses and nos, and we apply the four pillars of minimal-ish living to the start of the school year. I'm excited about this episode as I love talking through these four pillars with you, and the school year always holds a special place in my heart! I hope you enjoy it (even if your kids aren't school aged) - reflecting as a new season starts is always a good idea (in my opinion, at least!) Links: Desirae on Instagram Podcast Website Simple Morning Lists Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How much architectural ceremony is enough? Carl and Richard talk to Jeremy Miller about his minimal approach to architecture when building software, including his products Wolverine and Marten. Jeremy talks about how good tooling can simplify architecture, ultimately by writing less code - so that you are writing only the code that is unique to your customer needs.
LTHM 718 - Diego ValleRhythm Music Fest - Oct 7 - Old Sacramento Waterfronthttps://rhythmmusicfest.com/Latest LTHM label release: Cason Bridges - Company | Remixes: Diego Valle, Cantos, Mr. Bremsonmusic.lthmmusic.com/casonbridgescompanyTrack List:1.Franck Roger – Stormy Seas [Real Tone Records]2.Franck Roger – Dub Life [Earthrumental]3.Hamza Rahimtula, Cantos – Promise The Day [Nervous Records]4.Buschwacka!, Michel de Hey – Do What You Want [Future Feel]5.Rhadow – Indigo (NTFO Openair Mix)[Bondage Music]6.Franck Roger – Out The Door [Earthrumental Music]7. Franck Roger – Les Emotions [Earthrumental Music]8.Frink – Dislate (Rhadow Remix)[ExpMental Records]9.Bushwacka!, Michel de Hey – Cream [Future Feel]10.Mihai Popoviciu – This [Bondage Music]11.Mihai Popoviciu – Immersion [Framed Realities]12.Ohm – Seeds [Ausblick]LTHM Music Releases:lthm.bandcamp.com/Shop LTHM Apparel by Happy Harry Taggs here: happyharrytaggs.com/www.instagram.com/happyharrytaggs/Follow:www.instagram.com/diegovalle_lthm/www.instagram.com/lthm_music/LTHM Label Website: www.lthmmusic.com/
Starlight Thursdays Episode 175 Featuring Saganist with his Minimal Explorations Mix. "Hello Everyone! So I've been exploring some different 4 on the floor vibes lately, I would describe these selection of tracks as minimal tech/micro house. It's a little bit funkier and faster paced than the stuff I usually play. I really enjoy these beats though! I hope I get to spin these beats at a party sometime soon. I hope y'all enjoy this mix!" -Saganist-
Guest BioAshton Rodenhiser is passionate about lifting the creative spirit in everyone that she meets. For the past seven years, she has followed her passion for helping people communicate their ideas and combined that with creativity by founding Mind's Eye Creative Consulting.You'll often find her with markers in hand as she's helping bring ideas to life through graphic recording and graphic facilitation practices.She's worked with diverse groups, from non-profits to Fortune 500 companies. It may appear as if she's the silent illustrator in the room. In fact, she's helping to break down complex concepts and notions into an easily understandable visual language, helping others retain more information while inspiring people to continue practicing her techniques in the world.Over the years, she has brought close to a thousand presentations and conversations to life either on paper or digitally.When she's not working with clients, she's being silly with her three young kids and husband in rural Canada.ℹ️ IntroductionWelcome to another exciting episode of the Frugalpreneur podcast! I'm your host, Sarah St John, and today we have a fantastic showcase episode featuring Ashton Rodenhiser, the founder of Minds Eye Creative Consulting. Ashton takes us through their journey as a bootstrapped entrepreneur and shares valuable tips, tricks, tactics, techniques, and tools that helped them build their business from the ground up. What's fascinating is that Ashton started with just pen, markers, and paper, creating powerful visuals during group facilitation sessions. They didn't need fancy equipment or expensive subscriptions to get started. Ashton also shares their strategy of cold pitching, which led to incredible opportunities like drawing alongside Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak on stage in front of thousands of people. While Ashton admits that not investing in business programs or coaching slowed their learning curve, they found free online tools and trials to be incredibly helpful. Plus, Ashton emphasizes the importance of building genuine relationships and staying top of mind among competitors in their industry. This episode is packed with practical insights that you can implement right away in your own bootstrap business journey. So sit back, relax, and get ready to be inspired by Ashton's remarkable story. And if you have a story to share, don't forget to visit frugal.show/guest. Let's dive in!❇️ Key topics and bullets- Ashton's background and business journey - Starting Minds Eye Creative Consulting - Realizing the power of visuals in group settings - Transitioning to full-time drawing conversations - Minimal tools and equipment needed to get started- Ashton's bootstrap strategies and successes - Leveraging existing network and building one-on-one relationships - Receiving guidance and support from a facilitator friend - Using a cold pitching strategy to email conferences and introduce the business - Landing a speaking engagement with Steve Wozniak through cold pitching- Ashton's failures and areas for improvement - Lack of investment in business programs or coaching - Lengthier learning curve without guidance and tips - Realizing the benefits of investing in opportunities- Helpful tools and resources for bootstrapping - Utilizing free tiers of SaaS and software online - Testing programs with trials before investing money - Exploring annual subscriptions for cost savings in the long run- Building relationships and networking - Importance of connecting with people in the industry - Supportive nature of competitors in the field - Being top of mind for referrals from industry professionals- Encouragement to start putting pen to paper -...
When should I use a Minimal API? When should I use a Controller-based API? Is one better than the other? Is there a tipping point where one is better than the other? Should I covert my controller-based APIs into Minimal APIs? We will answer these questions in today's Dev Questions episode.Website: https://www.iamtimcorey.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/IAmTimCorey Ask Your Question: https://suggestions.iamtimcorey.com/ Sign Up to Get More Great Developer Content in Your Inbox: https://signup.iamtimcorey.com/
Recent IDC findings show only 1 in 4 organizations are ready to adequately prevent and respond to a disruptive event. Whether that's a natural disaster destroying servers and infrastructure, a mouse chewing through the wires or a ransomware attack, companies need to be able to anticipate, protect, withstand and recover quickly. No matter the industry, every company needs a comprehensive, strong cyber resiliency strategy. But where does one start? How do businesses remove the siloes that exist between departments and align its leaders?Listen as experts discuss the history of cyber resilience and share their insight on how companies can best plan for the next ‘cybergeddon.'
Guest BioChris Miles, the Cash Flow Expert and Anti-Financial Advisor, is a leading authority teaching entrepreneurs and professionals how to get their money working for them TODAY! He's an author, podcast host of the Money Ripples Podcast, has been featured in US News, CNN Money, Entrepreneurs on Fire, BiggerPockets, and has a proven reputation with his company, Money Ripples, getting his clients fast, financial results. In fact, his personal clients have increased their cash flow by $300+ Million in the last 13 years!ℹ️ IntroductionWelcome to the Frugalpreneur podcast! In this showcase episode, we feature a bootstrapped entrepreneur named Chris who shares his journey of starting a business with little cash and the strategies he used to achieve success. Chris's story begins with a realization that the real money and freedom lie in having your own business, leading him to drop out of college and embark on his entrepreneurial path. From exchanging services to building relationships with influencers, Chris shares invaluable tips on how to bootstrap your business without relying heavily on financial resources. He also opens up about his biggest failure and the importance of having cash reserves to avoid desperation and attract more business. Join us as we dive deep into Chris's story and uncover the steps he took to bootstrap his business and make millions. Stay tuned for an episode filled with practical takeaways that you can implement in your own entrepreneurial journey. Now, let's get started!❇️ Key topics and bullets- Introduction to the Frugalpreneur podcast- Guest introduction: Chris and his unconventional journey into business- Importance of having real-life business experience before becoming a business consultant- Need to exchange value and provide a great product/service to other business owners- Examples of exchanging services to launch a website with little cash- Utilizing influencers and networking to create connections and referrals- Sharing personal experiences and investing time to genuinely understand others' needs- The importance of having cash reserves to avoid scarcity mindset and desperation- Building relationships and serving others rather than focusing on making money- The irony of when you don't need money, people want to pay you- Building relationships, referrals, and connections leading to becoming an industry leader- Additional ways to grow a business without using cash, such as swapping services and networking events- Utilizing credit as a tool to leverage financial opportunities for business growth.- Recommending getting credit when you don't need it and exploring options like credit cards and SBA loans- The benefits of writing a business plan with the help of an SBA loan.
Join us for this replay from the archives and learn more about our optimal exercise program... Brian and Amy break down some of the most common misconceptions around exercise and reveal how Exercise Coach clients are getting maximal results from only a couple 20-minute workouts each week. Learn the three most important aspects of exercise and why you need to think about exercise completely differently if you want to achieve the health and fitness results you want. The manner in which we exercise really matters because what's at stake is significant. Exercise is a strategy that people can use to improve their quality of life, so how you go about doing it matters. Many people avoid the gym because they are worried about getting hurt. This makes sticking with an exercise program especially challenging, which is where the Exercise Coach comes in. Effective personal strength training fundamentally changes what's required to get the results people want from exercise. It changes every system of the body for the better. There are a lot of different ways to exercise, but at the Exercise Coach they've found that the evidence shows the superior method to be strength training. Exercise is a means to an end, not an end in itself. We need to think about what results we are trying to achieve and tailor the exercise to bring about those changes. You can exercise for health, fitness, or sports performance and they each have some overlap but are different ways to get the results you are trying to achieve. It's important to understand what you are trying to do during a workout. Counting reps or total time moving aren't very helpful. The real point of exercise is actually to stimulate the body's natural ability to adapt to stress. When we exercise, there is an exercise effect that takes place which is often confused for the results of training. The results that we actually seek from exercise are adaptations produced by our bodies in response to the challenge of exercise. If we don't exercise the way that's appropriate for our goal, we may put in a lot of work and still not get the results that we want. The optimal exercise approach focuses on safety, effectiveness, and efficiency. This is the best way to compare the different approaches and figure out what's appropriate for you. Exercise is nothing more than a stressor and only serves as a stimulus if it is sufficiently intense. We become stronger and fitter if the stressor is enough to force an adaptation. The stressor doesn't produce the result, the body does when you give it the rest and nutrition it needs to accomplish that. The average amount of time it takes for your body to recover and become stronger is a couple of days which is why the Exercise Coach employs intense periods of exercise a couple of times a week. The frequency that we need to perform high intensity exercise is less when the intensity itself is higher. Muscle is the window to the rest of the body. Growing stronger makes the rest of your body more effective as well. The Exercise Coach approach is to get the maximal results in the shortest length of time. There is an inverse relationship between intensity and duration of exercise. The level of intensity required to create adaptations is high but doesn't require much time. Studies have shown that a single set of exercises at the right level of intensity is more effective than multiple sets. Exercising intensely for 20 minutes is sufficient to achieve results. The conventional wisdom of needing to exercise more doesn't bear out. Why not spend as little time as possible to get the best results you are looking for? Optimizing exercise allows you to enjoy more of the good things in life. Safety is essential for exercise. Many exercises can be fun but if the focus is on results, it's better to avoid the risk. The biggest key to making exercise safe is being in control of the forces that are applied to the body. The key to reducing force in strength training is using slow controlled movements instead of explosive movements. There is research that shows high intensity strength training is safe even for people with elevated blood pressure or other cardiovascular issues, and it even has beneficial health effects. Strength Training at the Exercise Coach is a great way to engage in exercise and improve your health even if you have orthopedic or cardiovascular concerns. Amy describes the story of an Exercise Coach client that lost 62 lbs in six months and achieved excellent health improvements in all areas of their life. The Exercise Coach can help you no matter where your current fitness level is. The coaches are very good at meeting people where they are and tailoring the program to the person's situation. 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Host Liana Tedesco, MD Guest interviewee Brittany Garcia, MD, discussing her review article “Patient-Reported Outcome Measurement and Minimal Clinically Important Difference for Hand Surgeons” from the August 1, 2023 issue (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2023/08010) Articles summarized from the August 1, 2023 issue (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2023/08010) Research article “The Snuffbox: The Effect of Smokeless Tobacco Use on Scaphoid Fracture Healing” Research article “Gender Differences in Reimbursement Among Orthopaedic Surgeons: A Cross-sectional Analysis of Medicare Claims” Article summarized from the August 15, 2023 issue (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2023/08150) Research article “Effect of Lawsuits on Professional Well-Being and Medical Error Rates Among Orthopaedic Surgeons” Follow this link to download these and other articles from the August 1, 2023 issue of JAAOS (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2023/08010) and the August 15, 2023 issue of JAAOS (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2023/08150). The JAAOS Unplugged podcast series is brought to you by the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the AAOS Resident Assembly.
My guest on today's show, Mario Nawfal, started with nothing. Yet, this self-starter's relentless drive and ingenious mind transformed that 'nothing' into an entrepreneurial empire, impacting several industries and promoting healthier lifestyles on a global scale. When Mario launched Froothie, a company that makes the highest-quality kitchen appliances, it became a multi-million-dollar business in just two years. Froothie is more than just a business - it's a platform Mario uses to advocate for healthier lifestyles, promoting healthier food and drink choices across the globe. Beyond his business accomplishments, Mario is also the charismatic host of The Roundtable, one of the largest Twitter spaces with an astounding weekly audience reaching into the millions. His guests' roster is a who's who of high-profile figures - everyone from Elon Musk to Marc Andreessen. As an in-demand speaker, Mario has shared his insights and experiences on top-tier stages around the globe, including TEDx, echoing his passion for entrepreneurial growth and development. Mario is the host of The Roundtable, the largest twitter space with millions of listeners per week and guests including Elon Musk, Hunter Biden, CZ, Michael Bay, SBF, Marc Andreessen, Mick Mulvaney, Anthony Scaramucci, Charles Hoskinson, Jesse Powell, Michael Cohen, top crypto exchanges and a plethora of other high-profile names. In this episode, Mario and I discuss a range of topics that offer a glimpse into his world. We discuss the intriguing concept of "age pace measurement," delve into the science of plant fermentation, soaking, and sprouting, and why deactivating plant defense mechanisms can help you avoid digestion issues. Mario also gives you a sneak peek into his sleep and biohacking routines and shares his insights on the current trends in the health and fitness space, plus so much more. Full Show Notes: https://bengreenfieldlife.com/mario Episode Sponsors: Cymbiotika: Elevate your health and wellness with Cymbiotika's scientifically proven health supplements. Use code BEN on cymbiotika.com for 15% off sitewide plus free shipping. Essentia: Essentia organic mattresses are the only mattress to score best on eliminating all sleep-interrupting stimulants. Experience Essentia for yourself and save an additional $100 on your mattress purchase using code BENVIP at myessentia.com/bengreenfield. Air Doctor: Take control of your indoor air quality today with AirDoctor's trusted solution and enjoy cleaner, healthier air - backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee. Visit airdoctorpro.com/beng now to save big. Cured Nutrition: Experience enhanced sleep and wake up refreshed with CURED's sleep-enhancing formulas. Visit www.curednutrition.com/ben, use coupon code BEN at checkout, and save 20% on any of their transformative blends today! Big Bold Health: Big Bold Health is offering listeners of this podcast 10% off your order. You can use this for Microbiome Rejuvenate, Himalayan Tartary Buckwheat Flour, or any other single products. Visit BigBoldHealth.com and use code BEN10 for 10% off.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.