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Fractional Integrator, Casey Gromer, joins me today to have a conversation on the difference between mission, vision and passion. Casey is a 20-year business and marketing expert. As an MBA (and mom to littles), she is widely regarded as a go-to source for visionary women entrepreneurs who dream of building businesses to run without them. She is passionate about creating a more equitable landscape for women in business and working to remove common barriers that hold them back. Casey hosts Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, encouraging women to forgo stale, inflexible business advice and adopt more workable ways of running their business while still achieving success. As founder and Fractional Integrator at SHE-Suite Boutique, Casey currently serves women entrepreneurs in an advisory role. Under her leadership, clients have scaled their businesses while working less and spending more time doing things they love. The industries she's supported include retail, e-commerce, service businesses, and manufacturing. 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Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show Sarah: [00:00:00] [00:01:00] [00:02:00] [00:03:00] [00:04:00] [00:05:00] Hi, Casey. Good to speak to you today. I'm looking forward to our conversation after the conversation. We just, Casey: sometimes those initial conversations are the most interesting. Sometimes I'm like, I wish we would have hit record. Sarah: Exactly. We need to kind of do a, you know, bonus conversation. Yeah. [00:06:00] Release that after. But yeah, today we're going to be talking about. Difference between vision and passion. You kind of made this, your expertise in a way and help you know, female business owners with that Casey: bigger vision. And, Sarah: and so, yeah, I want to start right there because it does, those are two big words that we Casey: hear a lot. Sarah: But in fact, maybe we haven't actually stopped to think about, well, what do they mean? And what's the difference between the two. So can you enlighten us? Casey: What's the difference? Yeah. Okay. Well, so first of all, The work I do. We talk a lot about working with a visionary business owners and for anyone who has not heard this term, I'm, what's called a fractional integrator and a fractional integrator comes into a business. With the business owner or the visionary business owner. And our job is [00:07:00] to take someone who is a very big picture idea person with lots of passion. And I, and I like a forward thinking, you know, we're tagging creative personality types, those people, traditionally, aren't very organized and they're not they're a little bit scattered and they are amazing. And what I started to notice is that I was taking calls from people who would say they wanted to work with an integrator. And so we would start diving into the work, which one of the first things that we do when we start working together is to create what's called the business blueprint. And part of that business blueprint is articulating your vision, your mission and your values. And one of the things I recognized. In some cases, we were having a really hard time getting to an actual vision. And so I noticed that there is a difference [00:08:00] in some cases between an actual vision and just having a passion for something. And so. One of the differences between having a vision and having a passion is that a vision is typically something, first of all, is forward thinking, right? So you're looking out into the future at something. And when you have a vision, one of the ways, you know, it's a vision is your. I see the future. And you're able to tangibly describe what that future looks like after you are successful. So a vision traditionally involves changing something. So maybe we're changing. You know, we're changing our customers or we're changing our community. We're changing the world, the planet, whatever we're making some sort of change to the way. Things operate. And a lot of times that vision might have some sort of social responsibility attached to it or making people's lives easier. And in any case, that's what a vision is. [00:09:00] Now. When someone comes to me, And has a hard time articulating what that future vision looks like. That's when I know we have a passion and a passion can be something that we feel really strongly about, and we just maybe don't really know or understand where we want that to go. And that doesn't mean it's bad, or you don't have a business. It just means that your approach to the business is a little bit different. Versus, you know, if we have a vision and we, we definitely have like, there's an end goal in sight. And as the integrator, we're D we're defining what those steps are to achieving that end goal. And that's how we operate. And with a passion, we don't necessarily, we still have goals a little bit, but they're less aligned to what the future looks like. I'm more aligned to what it looks like achieving this passion that you have. I Sarah: love that. So it's really like vision is the big picture, future oriented and kind of tied to maybe something external of your [00:10:00] business, not just internal or personal. Absolutely. And then the passion. Yeah. You know what we usually understand on their passion. It's just something that you're very passionate about. And it doesn't mean that it's attached to the future or, or to something external that, and then you also brought in this other word, which is mission. And I think I might've been confusing vision with missions. It what's the difference between vision and mission and how. Casey: You know, and they're so closely tied together that it can I do that even still sometimes. And you'll know a vision because there is a future state. So when you're articulating a vision, you're describing like, you're, you're like what's a movie I saw recently where it was a future movie, but you're basically describing the state of the world as it will be. Yeah, 10 years from now or 20 [00:11:00] years from now, or a hundred years from now, or whenever, you know, that vision plays out. And a mission is more of, this is the focus that my company has to achieve that vision. And if I can use an example of really. I'll use my own vision. For example, we are very centered on lifting up women in leadership. We want more women leading companies. We want more women leading countries. We want more voices in that place of leadership. And so one of the one of the things I wrote down in my. My description of what my future would look like is hello, Madam president. So in the United States, we have never had a woman leading the country or a woman president. And so if you think about your mission and achieving that, My company, she, sweet boutique is not directly going to be responsible for putting a woman in the president's seat. Like that's not our focus. However, the [00:12:00] work that we are doing is going to change the way that people view women and women's voices. So what is our focus going to be to make that happen? And so our focus is really on leading. Women owned businesses. And so that is how we are going to be lifting up women's voices in leadership and making it more normalized to see a woman leading a seven or eight figure business. Sarah: I love that. Yeah. That, that makes a lot of sense. That kind of difference. I can't guarantee that I won't mix them up again, but it feels like I understood passion really well. Mission and vision. Yeah. I see the future in the vision because that, you know, it's kind of in the word where the mission is like, well, what am I going to do? It's kind of like a more next steps for vision Casey: is oriented thing. Yeah. And don't feel bad because you know [00:13:00] what, that still happens to me sometimes too. Cause I'll be talking to a client and I'll have to stop and think. Are we talking like vision? Are we talking mission here? And the most important thing is not that it's like, I mean, there's, there's a lot of gray area here. And I think the most important thing is the purpose of having a mission and vision is to keep everyone, keep you focused and moving in the right direction and keep your team focused and moving in the right direction. So as long as those vision and mission gives your team members a clear sense of here's what we're here to accomplish. And here's how we're going to go about doing that. Then I think, you know, let's not split hairs. That's a cliche term that we use. Sarah: Talk about that then, because once we have the. Do we need those, you know, typical vision or mission statements that everybody talks about and are these helpful for companies or what's the Casey: alternative? Yeah. Yes, they are helpful. And I think we [00:14:00] need to, a lot of us need to change the way we're thinking about vision and mission. What I find is a lot of companies articulated vision and mission and they, and they articulate it in a way that is It's like a marketing tool for them. So I I'm, you know, you can probably understand that where, oh, if we have like this vision and mission that people really connect with or, you know, it resonates with them and that's not, I mean, that should be that your secondary motive for creating a vision and mission. So the primary motive is internal based. We, so we use something called the company persona and the company personally. Basically your vision, mission and values, and the importance of having these as creating context for your team members so that they are looking at your business as if it is a person, right. We're trying to create personal, personalized, or personified qualities in the business. So that as [00:15:00] we're thinking. About making decisions or talking on behalf of the company, we're thinking in our head, like, who is this company as a person? What do they think? What do they believe? What do they value? How do they respond? How do they act? How do they interact? And so it, it really brings the company to life and that's the importance of having a vision and a mission is you're, you're changing from thinking. As a company or thinking in terms of intangible thinking, in terms of things like profits or money or dollars or sales or customers in your thinking, like what, you know, like what is this person and what is our goal in life? Yeah. Sarah: And I'm sure that applies, even if you're a one person company, it just becomes much more personal. Yes. Yeah. And another big Casey: word that just came up for me is purpose. [00:16:00] Yeah. Sarah: That probably all fits in there. Where else? Casey: Well, right. Yeah. We use purpose and vision interchangeably. So sometimes I use purpose because I think it's easy. Like it's a word that we use more often and we understand it, like in our minds, A lot of sense, like, oh, I know what purpose is, purpose means this. And so if you think of your vision in terms of this is your purpose in life, then it makes a lot more sense. And the same thing goes for mission is we use, sometimes we use mission and focus. Interchangeably. So once you know your purpose, then what is your company's focus? Like how are you narrowing down what it is you're delivering to the customer or to the audience that is kind of leading you or contributing to the achievement of your purpose in some way. Sarah: So before you mentioned this kind of gimmicky approach to vision and mission statements where you just [00:17:00] put it out on your website and then you're like, okay, check. We did that. And so now are, you know, website visitors can see that we have such a good vision and mission. And so you would actually not recommend to have it on Casey: the website at all, or what. No for sure. I mean, for sure you can put it on the website. I'm just suggesting that. Instead of looking at your vision and mission statement through the lens of how are people going to perceive me? You look at it through the lens of what are we looking to achieve. So do that first, right? Because you have to be able to articulate to your teams and to your people. Okay. what is my purpose here? What am I doing before? You're going out to customers. And the other reason that this is really important is that your, what you're putting out to your customers has to align with what you're doing as a team. So if your vision says [00:18:00] one thing, but your actions. Don't align with what that vision is. There's a big disconnect and you're actually going to create a bad experience for customers. And, you know, they're going to be like, well, this isn't, this, isn't what the company is telling me about themselves. And so I don't trust them anymore. Yeah. The Sarah: same thing applies to like these sustainability messages. Everybody is kind of just throwing on their websites now without actually, you know, having a team dedicated to it or doing the real work and being at home. Casey: Held accountable as well. So you can't do that. Otherwise it Sarah: just doesn't, you know, Casey: you Sarah: can't even, even for me now, this phrase, you know, we want to change the world. I'm like, yeah. Casey: We all do, but show Sarah: me, what are you doing? You know, I think it's going to be in the [00:19:00] next 10 years. I think it's going to be much more people want to actually see actions, not just here, beautiful phrases. Right. And Casey: that's where that deeper Sarah: work is, is Casey: required. Right. You know, and that's one of the differences in how, how I approach this pro. This tool, this process and how a lot of companies are approaching it. And one of the things I mentioned earlier is context, and you can have a vision and mission, right? And it can be a great vision and mission, but there has to be used some context behind it, because if you've ever gone to a company's website or if you've ever worked for another company and they're like, Hey, okay, we've checked the box. Here's our vision. And you look at that vision and, and you think to yourself, That's awesome. I have no idea what that means. So it's missing a lot of context. And so the company, you, even if it's just you working with yourself, are you working with a couple of [00:20:00] people? That context is really important because we have to understand the story behind. What does this mean? Why is this important? How does this look in. Operation. Right. And so that's where the vision, mission and values work really hard together because the vision articulate the future, the mission describes what you're doing to contribute to the achievement of that vision. And the values is here's how we are living this out day to day. So you mentioned, you know, the sustain stainable company. I had a very similar situation with a client where we had these sustainability values, but yet when we're going to make decisions about the business, we weren't prioritizing, like when a team member would prioritize something sustainable, it would get shot down because of cost or, you know, implementation or execution. And that's great. And we have to find a different way to contextualize [00:21:00] what we mean by sustainability. Let's spell it. What does sustainability mean to us and how are we able to deliver on that versus just saying we're going to deliver. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. So true. You have to first understand it before you can make it your vision or your mission. Right? Because sustainability is one of these terms that we just kind of use left and right. Right. Casey: Yeah. Everybody has their own definition. So, absolutely. And your values is something that you're in your employees or your team members are going to be using, or you should be using every day to make decisions. Does this decision align with my values? If it doesn't do I need to change my values or do I need to do. My decision. Sarah: Yeah. So before you mentioned the, that you're working with people who are not the, you know, how did you call Casey: it integrators? Yeah. Yeah. So they're more like, okay, Sarah: they have the big [00:22:00] passion. Of course they have probably the vision. Casey: And so how you help them with the Sarah: vision and the, and the values, the mission. Do you still work with a business plan or where does it then become. Programmatic and let's roll our sleeves back Casey: to work. Yeah. Yes. So the very first thing is, you know, that vision, mission values and the, we toss some other things in there, like knowing who your target market is and understanding your value proposition. Those are all very important too. And that's all great. And we need to have that. And then kind of where the breakdown is just like, how do we turn this into. Reality, how do we make stuff happen? And so that's where the business plan comes in and the vision is an integral part to that because the vision is like, okay, if this, if 10 years from now, we're looking at, you know, 50% less carbon emissions, I'm making up a vision statement. Now, [00:23:00] 50% less carbon emissions. And we're looking at biodegradable plastics. And we're looking at whatever that, you know, vision is that that looks like. The plan is. What's the first thing, what's the first thing we need to do to make that happen. And so you break that down into, you know, you're not going to go from zero to 10 years from now in a quarter. So we break it down into an annual goal or an annual plan and then a quarterly plan. And, and the hardest part I think is just figuring out what those next small steps are to help you get closer to. That fishing that's where the business plan comes in. Yeah. Sarah: And it sounds like the small steps we call them goals. Right. And sometimes we confuse our goal with our vision. Yeah. It's again, it's not the same. The goals are really this small and probably more pragmatic steps. It's like, here's [00:24:00] what we need to, and oftentimes what we use there as the smart, you know, they have to be measured. Somehow so that we can actually say, yeah, we achieved this Casey: goal Sarah: or not where the vision, well, right now we don't know if we're going to achieve this vision because it's Casey: in the future. Right. Great. And for, and for some business owners, especially if you're a very visionary business owner, That, that is the hard part. I can't see that path. I can see the future, but I can't see how I'm getting there. And that's when it's kind of helpful to partner with somebody who sees the world a little bit differently than you so they can say, all right, so here's where you need to focus next. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. I think, I can't remember the, the, the book where the. He, I think it's an author who talks about this difference between the visionary and the integrator. Casey: There's a Sarah: [00:25:00] about that, right? Yeah. Casey: Well, since you're on video here is it. Yeah. Sarah: Rocket fuel. Yes. That's Casey: it? Yeah. Can you just have the awesome, yeah. Yes. This is called rocket fuel and it's got, it's a dual author. It's Gino Wickman, and Mark Winters, and they talk a lot about Their theory is there's actually two people at the helm of a business and not just one and some of the traditional models you're seeing, you know, just one person who's the CEO and then all the people underneath. And I think what Gino, Gino, Wickman and Mark Winters discovered is that a lot of the CEO type people are not. Cut out. That's not their, their zone of genius to lead people and manage companies. There's zone of genius is future thinking big innovation. Yeah. Yes, yes. And those people, as we understand, like Albert Einstein and, you know, some of these other geniuses [00:26:00] is they have these great ideas and they're just not very good at executing them. And so they're suggesting. If that's the type of person that you are. There's two people at the helm of the business and one is the the innovators and then the other person is the get things done, person. And then when you pair them together, it's like yin and yang. And you have like this whole person who is then going to catapult this company into success. Yeah. Yeah. I love Sarah: that. And that's why if, if we're alone in our business, it's just always helpful to work with a coach who, who sees you from the outside and who can kind of. Maybe you have the vision, and I'm not saying that the coach is going to have the vision for you, but the coach is going to help you get to that vision or have an even bigger vision for you that maybe Casey: you can't even see. Yes. I was just going to say, you know, for, as a fractional integrator, we work with bigger businesses, [00:27:00] you have teams and if you're a solo person and you're in this kind of visionary, Dilemma of, I have this idea. I'm not sure what to do with it. Next, a coach is the perfect next step to help you break down that vision into here's where you need to focus next kind of kind of a thing. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. Cause I do feel that some, I sometimes work with clients who have. A lot of great ideas. Right. And then oftentimes, because they're also the door, they start telling us too many different things and then we need to really kind of like focus it back. And then I think you mentioned that as well, focus, you know, like what are the, the Casey: three Sarah: things that you're going to focus on to get to that vision? Because otherwise you spread Casey: yourself too thin. Exactly. You won't get there. Yeah. Yeah. And just to be clear, you know, if you are someone who's working by yourself, just know that as you grow and get [00:28:00] bigger and expand those problems, don't actually change. So I think the term is different level, different devils, so it stays the same. So there's a lot of CEOs of companies that have that same struggle that those of us who are a single solo business. Hap so we're all people. Yeah. Sarah: And on the other hand, so we talked about the coach, but another idea of course, is to get help in the execution. So you work with a, you know, a virtual assistant or you will hire a team member and then they do more of the execution. So you get to have more space to do the big thinking. Yes, Casey: absolutely. Yeah. For someone who is kind of a innovator or a very, I like to call them creative thinkers because that's really who they are. Some type of assistant, whether it's a virtual assistant or an executive assistant can be an amazing. First hire for you because they are [00:29:00] basically an extension of you only organized. So yeah, that's a definite way to take a step towards getting things done and getting them off your plate. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. I love that. Yeah. So there's this question in my head that I keep thinking, well, can you actually have a business without a vision or a vision statement? You know, Casey: how would that look like? Yeah. And you know what? I can't remember exactly what episode it is, but I have a podcast called female founders, breaking boundaries, and I have an episode on passion. I think it's called passion is not a vision or something like that. And it talks about the difference between passion and vision. And it gives some examples of how you do have, or can have a. Based on passion and not vision. And there's a lot of very successful businesses today who are based on passion and not vision. Not every business's out to change the world, right? Sometimes you're just [00:30:00] capitalizing on an opportunity or you've recognized a gap in the market and you're doing that. And, you know, an example might be. I'm making car parts. I mean, I don't know how many of your listeners make car parts, but you know, it's kind of a straightforward thing. We're going to go to work. We're going to make car parts. We're going to make some money. We're going to pay some employees. Now you could have a vision right. With your business, or you could also just go to work and I'm really passionate about help, you know, making cars last longer. And so that's what we're going to do and that's perfectly fine. And it works. Yeah, it's just the way you structure organized and operate day-to-day is just a little bit different than if you are a vision oriented company. Yeah. Sarah: I'm glad you say that because, because my Mandalah of humane. It doesn't have vision in it. And so I'm like, oh, but I sometimes call my people. I created a new word called vision Casey: near. So it's like a [00:31:00] Sarah: pioneer slash visionary, but there is no vision in the seven PS of humane marketing, but, but the passion, that's where we start and, and, and I think you're right. Some Casey: people, they Sarah: will have this vision on top of things and others, they will just find. Casey: You know, make Sarah: a business out of the passion or find passion in the business that there is what I, I think you can't, or it wouldn't be very sustainable and much fun to have Casey: a business without passion, right? Sarah: Where the vision. Optional and, you know, obviously great have it. Casey: Yeah. I was reading about your Mandalah and, and I love it. And it's, it's similar to a little infographic I created as well. Yours is, has definitely more spokes on it than mine does. And one of the things you might do. If, you know, at some point, vision does become [00:32:00] important is that the little center spoke you have there, that's where I've put vision. So if you do have a vision, that's really where it goes. It's the central hub of everything that you do. So you know, that's one way to think about it. So Sarah: for us, the, the center spot is, is, are. Ah, market from within then everything. Yeah, Casey: it looks that makes a lot of fairs too. I think in both ways, they're very similar because if you think of a vision, it does come from yourself, right. That is your vision. Nobody else has that vision. And that's what makes you the leader of the company is that you were holding that vision and it's, it comes from self. So I love it. I really, really dug for that connection there. That's Sarah: amazing. I want to quickly, before we start to wrap up also mention your marketing book because, you know, Casey: Have kind of this background in [00:33:00] marketing Sarah: and you wrote a book a fresh wave of marketing, an intentional approach to marketing for visionary CEOs. So tell us a little bit about that book and, you know, kind of knowing you now for almost an hour, I can tell that you kind of are part of our people. You think marketing definitely needs to be different, so. Tell us what this fresh wave of Casey: marketing looks like. Yeah. Okay. So before I kind of switched, focuses to becoming the fractional integrator person I was I was a fractional CMO and. One of the things that was happening to me as I was bringing on clients is that our expectations were not aligned. And so I started out this book, started out as a workbook, really for clients. So I would send this workbook to them so they could kind of get a sense of, this is how we're going to start this work. And when I was done with this [00:34:00] workbook, it was like, I don't know, 25,000, 30,000 words or something. Yeah. I'm thinking to myself, I could probably drop this on Amazon. And so that's how the book came about is everything that we've talked about in this episode today about your vision, mission values. And then, you know, there's some other components of what we call our business blueprint. The target audience. There's even some stuff in there about customer journey, which I know you just recently had an episode on customer journey, but it's all these components of marketing that make your marketing stand out and marketing is about relating to the customer and humanizing that relationship, which is, I think we get along so well. So yeah, you can grab that book off of Amazon and it's kind of a down and dirty. Like get your hands dirty and implement kind of things. So by, after reading the book, you should be able to kind of draft your own vision, mission values, [00:35:00] and get a head, start on, figuring out what kind of marketing. Makes sense for you. Wonderful. Sarah: Yeah, it's great. This has been absolutely delightful. Casey: Thank you so Sarah: much for coming onto this show. Do tell us where people can find you. Yeah. I think you have a free download as well to take this Casey: further you integrations of Telus all above. Yeah. Yeah, I am so passionate about getting the mission, vision values, right. That I haven't a lot of different places. So in addition to getting a fresh wave of marketing off of Amazon, I'd love for you to come over and visit the podcast at female founders, breaking boundaries. I'm on all the. Podcast platforms. And if you'd like to get a little background or have in writing more of what we talked about today, how to come out with your, you know, your ideal vision, mission, and values and articulate that you can go to our [00:36:00] email@example.com backslash humane, and we have, you know, a little worksheet to kind of guide you as you're thinking through your vision, mission values. I love that. Sarah: Thank you so much. And I actually do want to ask you two more things. If you don't mind what's your vision of the future of business? Like where do you see business change and evolve into over the next 10 years? We're kind of, I feel at this. Kind of fork, you know, I was like, it could even go that way or that way. So Casey: where do you think it's going to go? I'm like how long is this podcast? I can make a whole episode out of this, so I'll try to keep it really precise. For, for a long time now I've felt that there was this gap in the small business market. You have small business owners who are at a disadvantage. A variety of different reasons, which we won't get into on this podcast, but I've often [00:37:00] felt like this is where the future of our economy is, is in small business and making these small businesses successful as compared to these huge corporate conglomerates. And so I think the future of businesses heading towards ways to. Put more focus on small businesses for a variety of reasons for employees and employee benefits. I think small benefits for small businesses are, you know, going to employ. People people are going to be focused more on enjoying their job, enjoying their work. So whether you're an employee of a small business or a small business owner, people are going to be paying attention to the tr treatment and the work-life balance. And so I think that's kind of the future of small businesses is we're going to start trying to remove some of those obstacles and boundaries for business owners so that, you know, we have more options. People can. Not be required to live in huge cities in order to [00:38:00] get paid money to live life. You know, we're going to start spreading out and I'm doing more at different levels. Sarah: Yeah, that, that makes so much sense. Also what you just said about the cities. I truly believe that people aren't going to move away from these big, expensive cities and, and that's only possible of course, if there is employment in the smaller cities and towns. Yes. Unless we all do, you know, work from home, but. That might be a future addition or who knows. Maybe it will kind of be part working from home and partly going into the small business, but wouldn't that be wonderful. They would also be less Casey: traffic, less cars because yeah, we don't need to all be in the big city anymore. Right. And as devastating as this pandemic. Then I think one of the outcomes that we might, you know, be thankful for is that we've, we've always had this opportunity [00:39:00] existed with our technology today and the pandemic sort of forced a lot of us to consider different ways of looking at how we. Are employed or looking at how we run our businesses and now the hard part's over, we've figured that out. And so I think now there'll be more chance or it's going to be easier for us to look at it differently now that we've kind of gotten over the hump of figuring out how to make that work and how to use that technology. Yeah, totally Sarah: agree. Last question. What are you grateful for today or this Casey: week? You know, what I am grateful for? I am grateful for technology. So one of the things I talk about on my podcast is how women in many cases, shoulder, so much more mental load, that some of the things that. Easily to other people. We have to work a lot harder for like owning our own business because [00:40:00] I'm a mom and I am grateful for technology and the opportunity to run a small business so that I have the chance to take my boys to boy Scouts after school and to be able to take them to the dentist on Thursday and see. I'm still able to be a mom and run my business at the same time. I like that. Sarah: Yeah. Wonderful. Thank you so much for coming onto the show. It's been a pleasure to talk to you. Casey: Thank you, Sarah.
After President Biden's revealing news conference, America's top diplomat meets with the Russian foreign secretary. Transplant experiments involving pig organs reach a new stage. And the NCAA implements a new policy on trans athletes.
อัปเดตข่าว Mission News ประจำวันพฤหัสบดีที่ 20 มกราคม 2022 . [ต่างประเทศ] เปิดแผนเกาหลีใต้กับการเป็นตลาด Metaverse #5 ของโลก [ในประเทศ] ศบค. เห็นชอบรับทักท่องเที่ยว Test & Go อีกครั้ง วันที่ 1 ก.พ. นี้ [เศรษฐกิจ] เศรษฐกิจจะเป็นอย่างไร ถ้าโควิด-19 กลายเป็น “โรคประจำถิ่น”? . . #missiontothemoon #missiontothemoonpodcast #missionnews
L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
Here is our "cold take" on the Rise and Fall of Mars Hill Podcast. Fitch and Moore discuss the misogyny and power abuse that was embedded in the practice and leadership of Mark Driscoll and what it means for the church today. Join us in March for the first session of the Theology on Mission Book Club. We will be discussing Brian Zahnd's book "When Everything is on Fire." Limited to 30 guests, sign up here: https://northernseminary.formstack.com/forms/theology_on_mission_book_club Come explore Northern's Master's in Theology & Mission, or Doctorate in Contextual Theology alongside Fitch, Nijay Gupta, Beth Jones, Lynn Cohick and visiting professors like Greg Boyd, Drew Hart, Michael Gorman and more.
C'est une nouveauté que vous propose l'équipe des Grosses Têtes ! A la fin de chaque émission, retrouvez en exclusivité sur les plateformes de podcast le débrief des 2h30 d'antenne qui viennent de s'écouler, en compagnie d'une des Grosses Têtes du jour... Au micro de Rachel Azria ce 20 janvier, Elie Semoun vous donne son ressenti. Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg
Mit Christiane Lemke diskutiert Philipp Anft, ob Kamala Harris nach einem Jahr im Amt zu Recht als Hoffnungsträgerin ausgedient hat oder nicht. Peter Zudeick sieht Aussicht auf Erfolg für Robert Habecks diplomatische Mission in Bayern. Und: Überholen in Israel.
Looking for a Reformed Church in Orange County? Check out Santa Ana Reformed; Judges Bible study starting December 2021! Please help support the show on our Patreon Page! Member of the Society of Reformed Podcasters WELCOME TO BOOK CLUB! Dr. Bryan D. Estelle (PhD., The Catholic University of America) is Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary California in Escondido, California. We want to thank Christian Focus for help setting up this interview and providing us with the necessary materials to interview Dr. Estelle! Purchase the book here: The Primary Mission of the Church: Engaging or Transforming the World? Have Feedback or Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on Instagram: @guiltgracepod Follow us on Twitter: @guiltgracepod Find us on YouTube: Guilt Grace Gratitude Podcast Please rate and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you use! Looking for a Reformed Church? North American Presbyterian & Reformed Churches --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gggpodcast/support
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Sydney Cummings is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist based in Charlotte, NC. She is a graduate of West Virginia University where she was a national championship qualifying high jumper on the Women's Track and Field team. Sydney is the owner and founder of Royal Change, a fitness media company alongside her fiance Dustin Houdyshell. Royal Change has grown into a fitness brand that has successfully provided over 115 million free workouts to people from all over the world via their YouTube channel that has over 1 million subscribers that helps people all over the world represent everything Royal Change is about; Making the changes you need to feel like royalty! Sydney Cummings, BS, NASM CPT, FNSRoyal ChangeInstagram | YouTube | Facebook | Website MAXPRO Fitness: Save $100 off Your MAXPRO Fitness STRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRL Free guide for fitness coaches If you are interested in a Body Transformation, please use this link and fill out the Questionnaire If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. ResourcesSTRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVBFollow Jenny on social mediaInstagramFacebookYouTube
When it comes to your own personal story and experiencing a meaningful life, do you feel like things are coming up short? Even if you have a packed schedule, you might still wake up feeling restless, bored or even hopeless. Know that you are not alone. Too many people have lost interest in their own stories. But in this Business Made Simple six-part limited series, we want to help you change that. We want to help you become a hero on a mission. In part three of our series, Donald Miller breaks down how to create a morning routine that gives every day meaning, all from his new book Hero on a Mission. Donald walks through the steps to take to propel you towards a meaningful life, including starting your day by reading your eulogy (trust us on this one), reviewing your vision for the future, and knowing exactly what you want to accomplish. Today's conversation will show how to begin each day with intention and purpose. When you order Hero On a Mission on Amazon, Audible, or wherever you buy books, you get free instant access to our upcoming Hero on a Mission LIVE event on January 27, where Donald Miller will personally walk you through how to create your life plan and morning ritual so you can experience a deep sense of meaning every day. Just go to HeroOnAMission.com/LIVE and register using your receipt number for free access.
Join this conversation as we discuss the global trends around the great resignation and what to expect at various business stages. This episode will be powerful for those who just started on their own or are facing a shift in the way they work. You might be changing hats from Founder to CEO, employee to entrepreneur. Powerful insights on what to focus on and more importantly, what mistakes to avoid, makes this chat with Stephynie particularly powerful. Stephynie Malik is CEO & Founder of SMALIK Enterprises (SME), a firm dedicated to serving clients globally who are in need of Executive Transformation, Crisis Management, and Business Consulting. She has also established a team of world class experts to ensure SME delivers the highest level of service and results to its clients globally. Her business career spans 25+ years in developing specialized knowledge, operational experience and reputation for achieving exceptional results, quickly. Listen out for: a brief understanding of global business trends with engagement The surprising truth of what happens when you start your own business Why gurus might not have the answer and not all are created the same What you will need to focus on as a self employed vs scaling organization Bonus: Listen to Stephynie's podcast, Spin it! Go to Sellingwithlove.com for video access to the show or directly to youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5VaR6Z3wfElWFZn64ugOBw New to Selling with Love Podcast? I'd love to connect with you. You can find me, your host, Jason Marc Campbell on the following Channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonmarccampbell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonmarccampbell/ *Selling with Love Podcast was previously known as Superhumans at Work by Mindvalley.
Amy's sister, @CristiDozier, joined for the first 3 things!! FIRST THING: Amy shared a list of morning habits that doctors & psychologists wish we would do and then asked Cristi to share her morning routine!! From making our beds to practicing gratitude…what is something you do every morning that sets your day up for success?? SECOND THING: Cristi is obsessed with Donald Miller's new book: Hero on a Mission so she gave her little pitch on WHY we all need to read it (or listen to it) ASAP. Amy then recommended Katie Couric's book: Going There. It's inspiring her to think about certain dreams/goals and giving herself permission to explore them at 40-years-old. THIRD THING: Parent's Magazine put out a list of “teen slang,” so Amy gave Cristi a quiz to see if she's up to speed on communicating with her 4 kids. FOURTH THING: Amy's friend, Jo Piazza, is back on to talk about her new podcast: The Pod Club. It's a new weekly show bringing recommendations from podcast insiders on what you should be listening to next. There are more podcasts than ever and we are your podcast obsessed best friend who listens to everything out there to recommend exactly what you want in your ears. LINKS TO THINGS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Root House Coffee (Cristi's shop): https://roothouseco.com/shop 4 Things Gratitude Journal: https://www.theshopforward.com/products/4-things-gratitude-journal-2-0 Hero on a Mission: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1400226945?ref=exp_radioamy_dp_vv_d Going There: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0316535893?ref=exp_radioamy_dp_vv_d The Pod Club: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-the-pod-club-90218429/ Best places to find more about Amy: RadioAmy.com + @RadioAmy Please send emails for the 5th thing to 4ThingsWithAmyBrown@gmail.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Always find a new medium for your message. Today's featured bestselling author is lawyer, advocate, lecturer, professor, 2X TEDx Speaker, and award-winning writerpreneur, Dr. James “Joey” Wilkerson. Dr. James and I talk about his book, “The Title IX Guy: Several Short Essays on Masculinity (Both the Good and Bad Kind), Rape Culture, and Other Things We Should Be Talking About”, his work to bring awareness about sexual misconduct, and more!!! Key Thing's You'll Learn: Why writing leads to wealth. What NOT to do when delivering a presentation. How James has been shifting his business during this pandemic. The misconception of male victimhood. Dr. James Site: https://linktr.ee/TIXGUY Dr. James Book: https://www.amazon.com/Title-IX-Guy-Several-Masculinity/dp/1954002033/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=title+ix+guy&qid=1634310087&sr=8-1 Resource Mentioned: The Innocence Project: https://innocenceproject.org/ The opening track is titled “Sunburst” by Marcus D. to listen to the full track and purchase the whole album, click the following link. https://marcusd.net/album/kirin You May Also Like… 12 - "Introverts Unite" with Altovise Pelzer (@FindYourVoiceNow): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/12-introverts-unite-with-altovise-pelzer-findyourvoicenow/ Ep. 316 – “Ubuntu Leadership” with Dr. LaMarr Darnell Shields (@LaMarrDShields): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-316-ubuntu-leadership-with-dr-lamarr-darnell-shields-lamarrdshields/ #M2M Bonus Ep. – “From the Edge of Death to the Gift of Life” with Laura Gray: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-from-the-edge-of-death-to-the-gift-of-life-with-laura-gray/ #M2M Bonus Ep. – “A Mother's Mission to Save Her Child” with Deborah Beauvais (@DV7radio): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-a-mothers-mission-to-save-her-child-with-deborah-beauvais-dv7radio/ Ep. 455.5 – “From Triggered to Tranquil” with Dr. Susan Campbell (@drsusan99): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-4555-from-triggered-to-tranquil-with-dr-susan-campbell-drsusan99/ Ep. 440 – “Healer: Reducing Crises” with Elizabeth Power (@ElizabethPower): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-440-healer-reducing-crises-with-elizabeth-power-elizabethpower/ 229 – “Unbroken” with Tajci Cameron (@TajciCameron): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/229-unbroken-with-tajci-cameron-tajcicameron/ Ep. 419 – “Overcoming Toxic Emotions” with Leah Guy: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-419-overcoming-toxic-emotions-with-leah-guy/ 240 – “Living An International Life” with E.J. Moran: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/240-living-an-international-life-with-ej-moran/ Ep. 371 – “The Power of Pivoting” with Monica Ortega (@monicagoesshow): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-371-the-power-of-pivoting-with-monica-ortega-monicagoesshow/
Shane Hazel joins John on the show. Shane is the host of the Radical Podcast. He's the former Libertarian Party candidate for US Senate in Georgia in 2020 and a current candidate for Governor of Georgia in 2022. During the show Shane and John discussed the threats to liberty in the current environment of the Covid regime and theorized how Bitcoin and crypto can help us to find our way out of this mess. Listen to the best interviews from the Felony Friday and Finding Freedom archive, published every Tuesday in John's Finding Freedom Show solo feed. Listen and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Visit Privacypost.io today! PrivacyPost.io protects you from third parties, over reaching government agencies and complicit cloud platforms invading your private, personal and business information. Services include virtual mail, a professional business address, privacy trust services, company formation, Portugal D7 residency and virtual domicile in the privacy respecting and income tax free state of South Dakota Invest in your future today and protect those crypto gains with NO MONTHLY FEE by heading over to itrust.capital/Lions Get access to all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments and more for as little as $5 per month by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon OR support us on Locals! Lions also get 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Hands Up Don't Nuke! T-Shirt!
อัปเดตข่าว Mission News ประจำวันพุธที่ 19 มกราคม 2022 . [ในประเทศ] โจทย์ใหญ่ของรัฐ! กับการแก้ปัญหา “ของแพง” [ในประเทศ] วิเคราะห์กรณี “Gulf-Binance” รุกคืบตลาดสินทรัพย์ดิจิทัล [ไลฟ์สไตล์] Work From Home ยังอยู่ต่อแม้การระบาดจะจบลง . . #missiontothemoon #missiontothemoonpodcast #missionnews
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As we continue the conversation from our last episode, Dan Hugger and Dylan Pahman move the discussion forward on the Acton Institute's vision for a free and virtuous society. We examine the Institute's 10 core principles, which serve as the bedrock of who we are and what we do—namely, we seek to integrate religious truths […]
Companies of all sizes and sectors have committed to net-zero emissions targets, but getting there is not straightforward. Measuring carbon dioxide output is tricky, carbon markets are fragmented, and the quality of offsets varies hugely. Michelle You, co-founder and CEO of Supercritical, is on a mission to help companies better measure, reduce, and remove carbon emissions – and her first target is the tech sector.
Meet Becky. This tenacious social entrepreneur is the Co-founder and Chief Enthusiast of The Adventure Project, a nonprofit movement “adding venture” capital to empower entrepreneurs in developing countries. The Diane von Furstenberg People's Voice Award for female founders and recent recipient of a $1M bitcoin donation is chatting with us about creating movements that marry good intentions with measurable impact
As we continue the conversation from our last episode, Dan Hugger and Dylan Pahman move the discussion forward on the Acton Institute's vision for a free and virtuous society. We examine the Institute's 10 core principles, which serve as the bedrock of who we are and what we do—namely, we seek to integrate religious truths (virtue) with free market principles (sound economics). Subscribe to our podcasts About Dan Hugger About Dylan Pahman Our Mission & Core Principles Lord Acton's philosophy should guide our next two centuries Foundations of a Free & Virtuous Society — Acton Bookshop A Legacy of Liberty — Acton Bookshop See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Plot twits might be fun to read about in a story, but when it's your life that's getting upended or dramatically changed, you might not like it as much. Dashed dreams are among the hardest to pivot away from, because where do you go? Nadine Fonseca, co-founder and CEO of Mighty Kind, knows all too well the mental struggles that come with finding out that you have to leave a precious dream behind. “After injuries and rehabilitating physically and kind of mentally from that, it was a real struggle to figure out who I was and who I wanted to be,” Fonseca says. “I spent a lot of time just working jobs to work jobs and I think just trying to figure out, was I an entertainer? Was I an academic? What was I meant to do with the rest of my life?” This wasn't the last time that Nadine came face-to-face with a seemingly impossible question that forced her to change course. At this point, Nadine has changed and pivoted so many times throughout her life and her career that she barely even bats an eye when the world throws a wrench in her plans. But how did she get to that place? And how did her path ultimately lead to Mighty Kind, a kids magazine that puts tough topics front and center? Find out right here on The Journey. Main Takeaways:Pivoting At The Least Convenient Time: Changing your business plan at any point is inconvenient at best, but sometimes re-doing work is worth a herculean effort. Being objective about what's going to work for your business long-term and being honest about what you can handle will go a long way in helping you see hard changes to make. Just Because You Can ‘Do it on Your Own' Doesn't Mean You Should: Maybe you thought about your business one way, but now, as you get closer to launch, you're realizing you don't have the bandwidth, or maybe even the right skill set to do it all on your own. The solution is simple, you need to get help, and there's no shame in that. The smartest and most successful leaders can identify their blindspots and bring in the talent to fill them, which benefits the entire company.Pivoting and Thriving: Those who are the most pliable are the least breakable. At every point, being able to shift the business toward what you can see is going to work better is a good investment. When an opportunity arose out of a crisis, Nadine found that being nimble and shifting the business to digital turned out to be the best move. ---This season of the Journey is produced by Mission.org and brought to you by UPS. To learn how UPS can help your small business, go to UPS.com/pivot.
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There are myriad lifestyle, dietary and exercise interventions that could lead to a longer healthspan and compressed morbidity. Preventing chronic disease, as we age, is crucial but longevity science is also focused on shorter terms goals, such as staying physically and mentally healthy, today and tomorrow. Alan Graves is the CEO of Do Not Age, a UK-based longevity research company , which has the stated mission of extending healthy lifespan for as many people as possible. In this LLAMA podcast, Alan explains why he promotes a combination of lifestyle interventions, which are free to implement, and targeted supplementation, to optimize wellbeing. We delve into one of the hottest topics in the longevity field - the importance of NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide), a coenzyme found in every cell of the body and critical to hundreds of metabolic processes. Do Not Age's flagship product is NMN, an NAD+ activator, which according to clinical studies, increases insulin sensitivity, reverses mitochondrial dysfunction, and extends lifespan.Interview recorded: January 6, 2022 | Read a transcript at the LLAMA website.The Live Long and Master Aging podcast, a HealthSpan Media LLC production, shares ideas but does not offer medical advice. If you have health concerns of any kind, or you are considering adopting a new diet or exercise regime, you should consult your doctor.Affiliation disclosure: DoNotAge.org is offering listeners to LLAMA a 10% discount on its range of products, including NAD boosters. The podcast receives a small commission when you use the use code LLAMA for purchases at DoNotAge.org. It helps to cover production costs and ensures that our interviews remain free for all to listen. Health queries can be answered by emailing: email@example.com
Tyron McDaniel is the Owner of Houston Vintage Homes, focused on the Design & Development of Affordable Housing in inner-city communities around the country. With a keen eye for design and historical context, Tyron works with multiple cities and coaches, mentors investors, home builders, and developers from around the country in creating affordable housing solutions to meet the ever-growing need for more affordable housing. On this episode, Chris and Tyron chat about how Tyron is using his platform to get younger generations interested in service trades, his life mission, and opinions on how to make housing more affordable, at scale. It is a thoughtful conversation about building affordable housing that helps create a positive impact in communities. Enjoy! Follow Chris on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/FortWorthChris Learn more about Chris Powers and Fort Capital: www.FortCapitalLP.com Follow Chris on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/chrispowersjr/ Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Follow Tyron on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/TyronMcDaniel Urban Vintage Designs (02:31) - Tyron's Background and Career (04:27) - Tyron's Work in Inner-City Houston (08:27) - What are you doing differently with these homes that no one else wants? (12:05) - What are you doing with the homes when you've finished renovating? (15:26) - Is there something that happens where people start to notice a neighborhood is prime to develop around and are wanting to buy there? (18:01) - Tyron's Urban Builder School (25:58) - How early do you need to get involved in these inner-city kids' lives before they head down the wrong path? (27:38) - What does the definition of affordable housing mean to you? (28:56) - What's your process for underwriting a tenant in the communities you work in? (31:54) - Do prisons give ex-cons any kind of statement that they were “good” people inside? (34:48) - How do you finance your properties? (36:05) - What are some obvious housing changes that we need at the political level? (39:33) - What are you seeing in the market in regards to rising costs and inflation? (41:52) - Are there specifics that you implement into your projects to keep your costs low? (49:02) - How do you think about setting your rents? (53:27) - What are your thoughts on gentrification? (57:41) - A Discussion on the Trades (1:00:45) - Do you have a childhood experience that changed the trajectory of your life? (1:03:38) - What's the advice you've been given? (1:04:34) - Is there a book that's had an impact on you? The Fort is produced by Johnny Peterson & Straight Up Podcasts
America's Heroes Group Roundtable with Partner National Coalition Homeless Veterans (NCHV)Partners:Kathryn Monet - Chief Executive Officer of the National Coalition for Homeless VeteransRalph Cooper - Community and Residential Veteran Services Coordinator Cloudbreak Houston, LLC and Co-Founder of National Coalition for Homeless Veterans. Panelists: James D. Rodriguez - Retired 21 year US Marine Veteran and U.S. Department of Labor's Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy for Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS)Maria E. Temiquel - Director, Grants and Training Service for U.S. Department of Labor Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS)
As the RV industry adapts to the electric boom, will 2023 be the year of electric RVs? Plus, Dealers are fined for service delays, what to expect at the Tampa RV show, and as fires rage in the Boulder area, a devastating wind storm leaves a wake of RV destruction. It's time for the latest in RV and camping news from RV Miles. Join us at the Tampa RV show! We'll be doing a meet n' greet on Saturday, January 22nd from 11 AM - Noon at the Sabre RV site. Come by and visit! Togo RV Plus is now Roadpass Pro. Your $49 per year Roadpass membership includes premium access to Campendium, Roadtrippers, RVillage, OvernightRVParking, and Togo RV. Save $10 on your Roadpass Pro Membership with code RVMiles10X at https://TogoRV.com?fpr=rvmiles. RV Business article on Lippert's "Edison" electric trailer chassis: https://rvbusiness.com/lippert-developing-edison-ev-towable-chassis-prototype/ Mike's Mission on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/251438779259885 RV Miles' RV Show Schedule, State by State: https://rvmiles.com/upcoming-rv-shows/ Get your RV Miles hoodie or check out our all-new collection of items: https://rv-miles-store.creator-spring.com/ Camping and RV Membership Deals: Save 20% on a digital or print RV Today subscription: https://affiliate.rvtoday.com?fpr=rvmiles Save even more on Solo Stoves' biggest sale of the year with a coupon from RV Miles: https://rvmiles.com/solostove/ Save 20% on Harvest Hosts memberships this holiday season: https://www.harvest-hosts.com/LR9KH/2CTPL/ Subscribe to the NEW RV Miles Podcast Channel: https://www.youtube.com/RVMilesPodcast. ****************************** Connect with RV Miles: RV Miles Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rvmiles Shop the RV Miles Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/rvmiles RV Miles Podcast: https://rvmiles.com/podcast/ See America Podcast: https://rvmiles.com/see-america/ RV Miles Deals and Coupons: https://rvmiles.com/category/deals/ RV Miles Mailinglist: https://rvmiles.com/mailinglist/
In 1974 the CIA undertook one of its most brazen operations – secretly raising a sunken Soviet submarine lost in the middle of the Pacific Ocean right under the noses of the Russian Navy. With the help of billionaire recluse Howard Hughes, obviously. Learn all about it in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com