Is being a fieldwork educator a skill? What are traits that make a good educator? Importance of communication Navigating safety and expectations Educators knowing their roles in fieldwork education When do you know that you are ready to take students? How we can prepare to be a fieldwork educator
Navigating Your Preferred Future in Dentistry Episode #458 with Dr. Mark Hyman If you ever feel stuck as a dentist, remember this: you get to make choices in who you serve, what procedures you do, where you practice, when you do them, and how you want to do it. You get to choose your preferred path! And for reassurance, Kirk Behrendt brings back one of ACT's favorite people, Dr. Mark Hyman, to share his experience and valuable advice to help you become successful. There is no linear path to success, and you get to be the one to pave it! To hear more from the master, listen to Episode 458 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: Get rid of your limiting beliefs. Figure out what you love, then do it. Success won't be linear or exponential. If something doesn't work out, try something else. Remember that you get to decide your future in dentistry. Join study clubs and hire a coach. You can't afford not to. Quotes: “I'm a firm believer that with you, yourself, with your team, with your practice, with your patients, there are no hostages. No one has to be in your practice. No one has to work there. You don't have to work there. So, what is your vision for your preferred future? Who do you want to treat? What procedures do you want to do? How do you want to do them? When do you want to do them? That is the beauty of dentistry. We get to sculpt exactly what we want.” (7:43—8:07) “Dale Carnegie says three magic words: success leaves clues. What do the highly successful men and women in dentistry do? They get great consultants, they go to tons of continuing education, they buy the best equipment, and they use it on everybody with no fear of failure.” (10:14—10:30) “[Dentistry] is an investment, like anything that's worth paying for.” (11:44—11:48) “What do you love? A student says, ‘Root canals are profitable. The overhead is only 37% in an endodontic practice.' I'm like, ‘Do you love root canals?' ‘No.' ‘Well, then don't do them. You don't have to.' What do you love doing? What do you get fired up about doing?” (15:52—16:06) “What I would tell my students is to consider a residency. Try different things. If you go do a program and it isn't the right fit for you, then go do something else. You're a young man. You're a young woman. You've got your whole life in front of you. Don't think that you're stuck doing something that you don't enjoy.” (16:46—17:02) “That is part of the beauty of dentistry, is you get to choose where you want to live, who you want to serve. Part of that preferred future is to make the decision, ‘I am not going to be a pawn of the insurance company. I'm going to be a doctor caring for my patients, not a provider of a commodity.” (18:44—19:02) “Your success isn't necessarily linear or exponential. Sometimes, it is a sine wave up and down. And if it's on a trend down, it will come back up.” (22:32—22:41) “You've got to take a step back sometimes and say, ‘What do I really want to do? Why did I go into this profession?' There are still so many opportunities. And again, that 32-year-old that's probably going to practice another 30 years, if they took two or three years off to do more training, yes, it would be a hit to them and their family, short term. But long term, they'll be happier.” (23:26—23:46) “One of my mentors in dentistry said, ‘If you go to a six-hour seminar and you only get one good idea out of it, it's worth the entire day.' And if you go with that perspective, I could hear one thing that's going to change my life, that's pretty amazing.” (26:14—26:31) “I remember going to Pankey the first time. And one of the most amazing things that I've ever heard was the quote, ‘People will buy what they value. They'll buy what they want, not necessarily what they need.' It's the words of Harold Wirth . . . So, you've got to find out what they want.” (26:31—26:54) “I remember Frank Spear say, ‘You only treat what you see. You only see what you know.' It's like, whoa. So, I've got to look...
This episode is brought to you by Sendlane. Origin offers physical therapy for the pelvic floor and whole body, focusing on women in every stage of life, says Origin CEO and Co-founder Carine Carmy. "We focus on treating women and individuals with vaginal anatomy, and that's a deep expertise we've built, given the systemic gender bias in medicine and some of the very common but pretty overlooked issues that impact women throughout our lives, things like painful sex, incontinence, birth recovery, and issues around menopause," she says. Carine says she's "one of the crazy people" who love starting businesses repeatedly - Origin is her fifth startup, but the first with her in the CEO role. "I call it 'Type 2 Fun,' where we like to do tough things like climbing mountains and starting companies, and you get that peak at the end," she says. "But there's a lot of pain and fun along the way." Carine started in the health care consulting business but transitioned to marketing. After getting married and traveling back and forth constantly between jobs and her husband, she began to develop some chronic health issues. Other female friends shared similar problems - none of which seemed helped by traditional medical interventions. It turned out that physical therapy finally helped and thus was born the idea of Origin. Carine has words of wisdom for other entrepreneurs considering opening new businesses. "Honestly, just put one foot in front of the other," she says. "If you're an entrepreneur, you probably can solve different types of problems. You're resourceful. You know when to ask for help, when to figure things out on your own, and that you'll get through it and that it just gets easier, and you gain that muscle over time." Origin's vision remains to "elevate the standard of care for women and people with vaginal anatomy around the country," Carine says. "We want to make sure pelvic floor therapy is accessible to patients through every stage of life and to all populations, to women, to men, to pediatric patients, because these issues are chronic, they're pervasive." In this episode, Carine talks about: * Gratitude to a previous career coach who taught her it's okay not to ask for permission anymore. * An overview of Origin. * How her career began in health care at a large management consulting firm. * Never losing her love of marketing because it ties to the brand to the people people who show up every day. * Her memories of when she began to break down from the stress of her health issues. * Why there's a medical gap in treating women's health issues. * The mechanics of the pelvic floor. * How therapy can help with common female issues. * Advice for fellow entrepreneurs. * Navigating the health care business during a pandemic. * The difference between physical and virtual office visits. * The company's expansion plans. Join Ramon Vela and Carine Carmy as they break down the inside story on The Story of a Brand. For more on Origin, visit: https://www.theoriginway.com/ Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand,” or click here to listen on your favorite podcast player: Listen now. * This episode is brought to you by Sendlane. Alright, guys, here's the deal: I have a gift for you from our primary Sponsor — Sendlane. They're giving away their online course eCommerce Academy - Email & SMS Marketing! This course gives you the step-by-step playbook to drive more revenue and retention with email & SMS. This is typically a $500 package, but for our listeners, it's entirely FREE when you get started with your FREE 14-day trial of Sendlane. When you do, chat with their support team and let them know you're one of our listeners to get full access to hours of course content that will help you make email marketing your #1 growth engine. Visit https://storybrandgift.com to get the details, sign up for a free trial and get your gift!
Counselor and relationship coach Shelley Lewin joins Thabo where they discuss how to navigate romantic relationships after a divorce. They also share tips for people who wish to find love againSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we are talking about a topic that has been on my heart for awhile, which is that weird “MIDDLE SEASON” in life that happens right before a major life change. If you're getting ready for a big TRANSITION in your life, whether its a big move, making changes to your family, changing careers, or anything that feels like a huge shift, it can create a lot of new feelings & I think you might really relate to this! I can't wait to hear what you think!As mentioned in today's episode:if you are struggling with any bloating, skin issues, digestion issues, hormone issues or honestly even ALLERGIES! You've gotta check out today's show sponsor: Gut Personal! The ultimate GO-TO for customized supplements! www.gutpersonal.com/kacia and be sure to take their QUIZ! It won't take you very long but BOY is it helpful to determine what YOU might need and use code “KACIA” to get a sweet discount on all their products! &&& did you snag your ticket to empowerHER Live yet?!! We are hosting our VERY first Live Women's Personal Growth event in Phoenix!Picture 500+ women from all across the country together in person CONNECTING and learning from incredible speakers! It will be the weekend of October 21st-23rd so mark that calendar & come snag your ticket (w/ an awesome discounted rate) just text the word “EVENT” to (512) 548-2728 :) & if you're on Instagram…. come say hi! Connect with us on IG: My personal account→ @kacia.ghetmiri The Podcast Account ---> @empowerHER.podcastSeena & I's new podcast/ real estate account → @ghet.investing
The accounting world has been shaken up with several high-profile mergers and acquisitions among firms in recent years, reflecting the growing needs of clients. Abe Schlisselfeld of Marks Paneth LLP had a front-row seat to this trend, serving as the firm's managing director during its acquisition by accounting firm CBIZ Inc. in 2021. Schlisselfeld was at the helm to help shepherd the top-50 accounting firm's transition. On this episode of Talking Tax, Schlisselfeld, senior managing director of CBIZ Marks Paneth, speaks about his experience of overseeing an accounting firm merger, focusing on the challenges faced and lessons learned, as well as sharing advice about how to retain talent and manage major changes. Do you have feedback on this episode of Talking Tax? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690.
This week, Kris welcomes Kate Lund, Psy.D., and author of Bounce: Help Your Child Build Resilience and Thrive in School, Sports, and Life. Kate shares her unique viewpoint on how to help children build resilience, deal with frustration, and negotiate better when things don't go their way. Kate shares the Seven Pillars of Resilience that she has identified after 20 years of working with so many kids and families, and she and Kris talk through the specific strategies for how to be more tolerant of frustrating circumstances. Kate talks about the importance of this message as many children and adults are feeling their stress at a higher level these days. Key Takeaways: [12:49] Kate talks about how her book Bounce brings together her professional experience working with hundreds of families and children and also the personal challenges she had to grapple with in her own youth. [15:13] Two fun facts about Kate: she has twin boys that are great buddies but very different, and she was an intern for Bill Clinton! [16:34] Kate lists the Seven Pillars including: The ability to tolerate frustration and manage emotions Navigating friendships and social pressure Sustaining focus and attention Developing courage Building Motivation Finding Confidence Creating optimism [22:01] Kate talks about some powerful daily mindfulness practices such as visualization and deep breathing. [25:00] We are at all-time-high levels of anxiety and behavioral stress in kids coming out of the pandemic. [30:00] We should try to get the words “fail” and “failure” out of our vocabulary and flip to learning and underperforming. [33:47] When Kate isn't writing, teaching, or golfing, you can find her training her cute therapy puppy. Quotes: [25:35] “Globally across the continuum of kids, adults, parents, the stress is high out there, and people are struggling. And it's very, very hard. And so that's why it's so important to focus on this idea of, you know, how to help folks manage their stress response.” — Kate [30:04] “It's okay for things not to work out the first time.” — Kate [30:09] “Win or learn.” — Kris Sponsored By: ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI) Use code CCSC5 to claim a free course! Mentioned in This Episode: Kris Murray The Child Care Success Company The Child Care Success Academy The Child Care Success Summit Bounce: Help Your Child Build Resilience and Thrive In School, Sports and Life Kate Lund
All Home Care Matters welcomes Dr. Smink for the second part of his three part mini-series on The Soul of Caregiving. In part 2 we explore the importance of caregivers being heard and the importance of being able to share and tell their story. In part 1 of the mini-series, Dr. Smink explored the tension that most caregivers experience between service to others and self-care which he calls Soul-Care. Being heard implies an understanding of one's story and the trust needed to communicate it. Navigating through the three cultural taboos challenges the caregiver to explore their interior strengths and values that is the ground or base of one's being. Smink calls this Soul, the center of one's being where body and the spirit meet. It is here that we are most human. Like a gem radiating different hues, Soul is multifaceted with unique characteristics and meanings. There are archetypal underpinnings to soul that Dr. Smink calls the principle of life. Caregivers struggle to listen so as to hear those they serve. These same skills of listening can be applied to being open and welcoming to hearing what is stirring within one's Soul. There is a logos, or rational aspect to caregiving and also a creative aspect called mythos to caregiving. Just as Soul-Care is the antidote to compassion fatigue, Smink argues, so too is the ability to reflect on one's experience the key to healing and transformation. Developing attitudes of hospitality and understanding oneself as a wounded healer assist in this process.
We have Saari Gardner joining us today, who is currently the Vice President of Advisory and Managed Services at Walker Information, a company that helps organizations leverage XM capabilities to deliver amazing experiences and achieve differentiation in the marketplace. We talk about navigating the idea of the Age of the Individual, which was a real fun, kind of pre-session that we've been going back and forth on. Her background and role and Walker 0:53The Age of the Individual 3:24Organizations are still sitting in the age of the customer 5:58Navigating values and avoiding offense 11:20Listening 13:17Helping CX leaders adjust 17:49“A Boycott's really an extreme expression of being a detractor of a brand, and so again thinking about a person's values. They color everything that they do, all of the decisions that they make and it impacts who they're gonna spend their money with, and I think in the great resignation we've really seen it also dictates who they're gonna work for.” 6:40
On this episode, one of our most popular guests is back! Blake Blankenbecler, a licensed professional therapist from Austin, Texas, discusses the ins-and-outs of navigating complicated relationships in the workplace. Free Quiz: What career outside of the classroom is right for you? Explore the course that has helped thousands of teachers successfully transition out of the classroom and into new careers: The Teacher Career Coach Course Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
[REBROADCAST FROM May 12, 2022] Navigating the nebulous world of chronic illness can be frustrating for patients, especially when their illness is not outwardly visible. Roughly six out of ten Americans suffer from at least one chronic illness, and many of these illnesses are poorly understood, and difficult to diagnose and treat. And now, with the emergence of "long-COVID," more people are grappling with what it might mean to live with chronic illness. A new book by Meghan O'Rourke, The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness, investigates the history of Western notions of "health" versus "illness," what it means to be "ill," and how we might reimagine these definitions to create a world where navigating the uncertainty of chronic illness is less frightening. O'Rourke joins us to discuss.
This week we're discussing a top model turned fashion designer, a new feature on a popular social media platform, and tv shows that are worth the binge. I'm also sharing my story about finding a mentor and advice on how to be a successful mentee. Navigating the professional world can be challenging, but you don't have to ride the road alone. Find someone to do the walk alongside and stay peachy my friends.
It's a Thursday, you know what that means…Tyrus! Tyrus joins the show to discuss whether or not he supports term limits. Annie then asks Tyrus about his thoughts on Donald Trump and where he believes the focus of the republican party should be. At the end of the interview, Tyrus shares special information about his upcoming event in STL!
Nate Hedrick, The Real Estate RPh and co-host of the YFP Real Estate Investing Podcast, discusses how interest rates, inflation, and market insanity are impacting home buyers. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode Real Estate RPh YFP Real Estate Investing Podcast YFP Real Estate Concierge Service Book Your Jump Start Planning Meeting Find an Investor-Friendly Agent YFP 254: Home Buying Search: What to Do and What to Avoid Download the YFP Home Buying Quick Start Guide Join the Your Financial Pharmacist Facebook Group Join the YFP Real Estate Investing Facebook Group YFP 148: How One Couple Got Started in Real Estate Investing YFP Real Estate Investing 05: None to One: How to Get Your FIRST Investment Property Learn More About First Horizon's Pharmacist Home Loan and Start the Pre-Approval Process 5 Steps to Getting a Home Loan The White Coat Investor: Physician Mortgage Loans YFP 160: Navigating the Home Buying Process Through the YFP Concierge Service Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Today's Bonus: How to Have Healthy Conflict Gabby shares specific anecdotes about her intrapersonal conflicts with Laird that have shaped, tested and grown their relationship. Find the full PJ Nestler Episode @ PJ Nestler Podcast Episode Connect with Gabby @gabbyreece | Linktree For show notes and past guests, please visit gabriellereece.com/podcast The Gabby Reece Show talks to top experts with the goal of extracting the best information you will need to navigate the universe of health, fitness, relationships, parenting, and business. Gabby keeps it simple but gets to the heart of the conversation with the hopes of providing you with realistic takeaways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is brought to you by Mitopure, InsideTracker, and Rupa Health.The topic of veganism is hotly debated in terms of health and environmental stewardship. But how did the idea that being vegan is the best way to eat for our bodies and the planet develop in the first place? The answer is more complex than you might think. On this episode of The Doctor's Farmacy, Jayne Buxton challenges the notion that veganism is the cure for disease and climate change and explains how we got here. A British-Canadian, Jayne Buxton is an author of both fiction and non-fiction. She spent fifteen years doing research-intensive work as a management consultant for a major firm before writing her 1998 book, Ending the Mother War: Starting the Workplace Revolution, which explored the entrenched positions and false choices faced by women wanting to combine motherhood with careers. Jayne subsequently spent years working in the field of work-life balance, advising both parents and corporations, before turning to writing full time. Her new book, The Great Plant-Based Con, challenges the dominant narrative about the vegan diet and proposes a compelling new perspective.This episode is brought to you by Mitopure, InsideTracker, and Rupa Health.Get 10% off Mitopure at timelinenutrition.com/drhyman and use code DRHYMAN10 at checkout.Right now InsideTracker is offering my community 20% off at insidetracker.com/drhyman.Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com.Here are more details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):The origins of the overarching mythology that veganism is best for human, animal, and planetary health (5:04 / 2:24) How Big Food, Big Agriculture, and Big Pharma benefit from widespread veganism (7:17 / 4:50) Why the movie The Game Changers was a tipping point for Jayne to write her book (10:58 / 8:13) Countries that have banned vegan diets for children (14:55 / 12:07) My experience treating vegan patients (19:01 / 16:07) Frequent health issues that occur from vegan diets (22:50 / 18:08) Navigating the science, and subsequent dietary recommendations, around vegan diets and eating meat (29:54 / 25:27) Building soil health through regenerative agriculture (51:05 / 45:35)Pervasive myths around cows and methane production (55:05 / 50:40) Jayne's recommendations for how to eat for optimal human, animal, and planetary health (1:03:53 / 59:38)Learn more about Jayne Buxton and her work at thegreatplantbasedcon.com and get her book, The Great Plant-Based Con: Why eating a plants-only diet won't improve your health or save the planet, here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alana Gordon and her husband Luke share their story of the highs and lows of navigating a marriage after discovering Luke's pornography and sex addiction. They talk about what their marriage looked like leading up to the discovery of Luke's addiction if Alana saw signs before discovery, and what the relationship looked like days, weeks, months, and years after “D-Day.” Alana is the Program Director of WORTH (Women of Rebirth and Therapeutic Healing https://healingwithworth.org/) and the Director of Choose Recovery Services (https://www.chooserecoveryservices.com/). Luke is the Co-Director of Choose Recovery Services and the Director of the Men of Moroni and Sons of Helaman pornography addiction recovery programs (https://lifechangingservices.online/menofmoroni/). Tony's episode about Trauma Bonding on the Healing with WORTH podcast can be heard here https://open.spotify.com/episode/1NCKsJ5ce7oSfhagyaxORi?si=74e1ef1a52bc4421 If you are interested in being coached in Tony's upcoming "Magnetic Marriage Podcast," please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive free marriage coaching and be kept entirely anonymous when the episode airs. Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's "Magnetize Your Marriage" virtual workshop. The cost is only $19, and you'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ
Guest: Steve Dembo Guest Social Media Handle(s): @Teach42 Guest Title and/or Info: Dir of Technology and middle school CSAI teacher, Quest Academy, Palatine ILEpisode Title: Navigating School Boards & Technology (with Steve Dembo)Future Ready Schools Website: https://all4ed.org/future-ready-schools/Twitter: @FutureReady, @AskAdam3, @MrHookerInstagram: @FutureReadySchools, @APhyall, @HookerTechFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/FutureReadySchoolsFuture Ready Schools is a registered trademark of All4Ed, located in Washington, D.C. #FutureReady
Are you fascinated by the endless possibilities that Web3, NFTs, and the Metaverse hold for us? I promise you - after hearing this conversation with Sasha Wallinger, your head will be spinning with ideas!Sasha is the Head of Web3 and Metaverse Strategy for Journey, an innovation and design consultancy, and has pioneered new ways of connecting brands with consumers at H&M, Nike, and Superplastic.Her definition of the Metaverse? “It's infinite, so highly creative, highly exploratory, and a lot of fun, too.” If you're wondering how this new world can play a part in your organization, you'll LOVE this conversation. Episode Partner: This episode is presented by Fundraise Up, a technology company unlocking the world's generosity potential by optimizing the way people give. The company's donation platform helps nonprofits engage more supporters and grow revenue by providing easy ways to increase conversion, enable modern payment methods, and personalize the giving experience for every donor. Fundraise Up is the partner of choice for UNICEF USA, The Salvation Army UK, American Heart Association, and other impactful organizations across the globe. For more information, visit fundraiseup.com/generosityResources & LinksFor help onboarding Fundraise Up visit: https://positiveequation.com/fundraise-up-onboardingConnect with Sasha on LinkedIn and Twitter and explore the work Journey is doing at journey.world. Check out the godmother of the Metaverse, Cathy Hackl, including her books.Check out my $27 mini course, Visible Reach In A Week. In 30 minutes, you'll learn how to create a $3 a day ad campaign that will drive brand awareness with your supporters.Want to make Missions to Movements even better? Take a screenshot of this episode and share it on Instagram. Be sure to tag @positivequation so I can connect with you.
(1:45-4:45) the shift into the ‘real world' without a map. (4:40-13:28) how you end up in the maze in the first place + the first steps to get out. (13:30-18:52) finding your purpose + where you ‘fit'. (18:56-22:52) a nonlinear career journey isn't a bad thing! (23:01-29:01) personality differences + the career maze.Links Noted:+ Take our free, “What's Next?” quiz.+ Want to know more about what the Greenhouse Membership is? Find everything you need to know here.+ Rather watch this episode? Subscribe to our YouTube channel.+ Follow us on Instagram.
In today's episode I talk about how I recently struggled with managing my negative inner voice (mental chatter), and the strategies that I used to get to get out of rumination and into a place of power. In this episode you'll learn: The first step in gaining more control of your negative chatter The power of journaling in order to "zoom out" How getting outside can loosen the grip of your negative chatter Learn more about our membership for parents and athletes: https://www.alphagirlconfidence.com/alpha-empowerment Subscribe and Watch on YouTube
So your whole life you were taught to save sex until marriage from the church. You were taught it was ‘God's best.' But now you're in a massive season of deconstruction. Your faith still matters to you, but it looks nothing like it used to anymore. Who + how do you date during this season? And what about your physical boundaries? What if you don't know if you want to wait until marriage anymore? Well…today on the podcast alongside celebrity matchmaker Alessandra Conti, we go straight towards these questions. Conti is the co-founder of Matchmakers In The City, an old-school, personal matchmaking firm headquartered in Beverly Hills. Let's dive into what she has to share! Get 20% off when you go to BedSTU.com and use code RC20 at checkout. Go to ZocDoc.com/Kat to download the app for free and start your search today!
DO YOU HAVE PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE WHO GASLIGHT YOU OR REGULARLY DROP ONE OR MORE OF THESE PHRASES ON YOU? "You are crazy." "You are just insecure and jealous." "You are too sensitive and you are overreacting." "It was just a joke. You have no sense of humor." "You are the problem here, not me." "But what about your issues?" "You're the only one that thinks like that'" "Look at all I do for you. What more do you want from me?" If so, you are probably dealing with a NARCISSIST. This week, I'm welcoming my good friend Rebecca Zung to the show for a revealing discussion on how to deal with narcissists, negotiate better, uncover how to deal with a toxic relationship and so much more. Something we don't often talk about on this show is what to do when you are in a toxic relationship (personal, business, or otherwise) and need the tools to get out. But it's something that most of us face at some point in our lives and it can really test our grit and grace. Rebecca Zung is one of the Top 1% of attorneys in the nation, having been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a “Best Lawyer in America”, as “Legal Elite” by Trend Magazine, and recognized by her peers and the judiciary as AV(c), preeminent rated in family law, the highest possible rating for an attorney by Martindale Hubbell. But her journey wasn't always easy. Married at 19 the first time, she had 3 children by the age of 23 and then was a divorced single mom when she decided to go back to law school. She went from being a single mom, college dropout, to becoming one the most powerful lawyers in the country at the helm of a multi-million dollar practice. She is now committed to sharing her secrets and empowering others to live their lives at their optimum level of success, professionally and personally. She is the author of the bestselling books, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword by Robert Shapiro) and Breaking Free: A Step-by-Step Divorce Guide for Achieving Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual Freedom, and is a sought after major media contributor. Her perspectives are in high demand by television and print outlets, as she has been featured in or on Extra, Forbes, Huffington Post, Newsweek, Time, Dr. Drew, NPR Talk Radio, Good Day New York and CBS Los Angeles among others. Now, Rebecca remains a partner in Long, Murphy & Zung, and is based in Los Angeles and Florida. She is continuing to serve through her incredible on-demand programs such as S.LA.Y. Your Negotiation With a Narcissist, and the Divorce Delete-Alt-Control Masterclasses. She is also the host of the popular show Negotiate Your Best Life™ which is available on YouTube and as a Top Podcast, and also is a frequent keynote speaker. In this episode Rebecca shares how to identify when you are dealing with a narcissist, how to build your confidence to negotiate for what you want, and the keys to navigating challenging relationships in all situations. Here's what you will learn: What is a narcissist? (3:20) Navigating narcissism in the workplace (12:54) Negotiating with a narcissist (21:40) Begin to build your confidence (31:27) The importance of not defending yourself (37:29) How SLAY works in negotiation (44:33) What did you learn from this episode? Share on Instagram and tag me at @amberlylagomotivation and @rebeccazung so we can see! Follow Rebecca: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website Links mentioned in this episode: Negotiate Like YOU MATTER: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and … The Voice of Knowledge: A Practical Guide to Inner Peace (Audible … Zendesk: Customer Service Software & Sales CRM | Best in 2022 Breaking Free™ Divorce Masterclasses Slay Your Negotiation - Rebecca Zung - Narcissist Abuse Support This episode is sponsored by Nootopia: If you feel like you're not fully maximizing your potential — both personally and professionally — then you owe it to yourself to try Nootopia's formulas. They're a total game changer! Simply go to nootopia.com/amberly and use “amberly” to receive 10% off any order. If you are ready to leave your mark by discovering your message and sharing it with the world, you've come to the right place!! Let's work together to build your influence, your impact, and your income! Join the tribe you have been waiting for to activate your highest potential and live the life you deserve! 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I've talked about “one day” sharing the story of how the relationship with my husband began. In this episode I'll finally be sharing that story by reading it from my latest book Unboxed. It was a beautiful but chaotic beginning where the core has still rang true nearly a decade later - if we can make it through this, we can make it through anything. In today's episode, we dive deeper into: A reading from Unboxed. Our marriages beginning. Being open to imperfection. Why my slogan is what it is. Important Links: PATREON - If you are able and willing please offer some support to the show here -- www.patreon.com/simplyoli BOOKS - Grab one of my books on self-empowered living here -- www.simplyoli.com/books YOUTUBE - Get an inside look at life at my personal life & empowered living by subscribing to my SimplyOli vlog channel over on YouTube INSTAGRAM - Send me a DM & say hi over on Instagram @therealsimplyoli Appreciate and love you so much! Thank you for taking the time to listen! If you enjoyed the episode, please let me know by leaving a review on iTunes! Xxx Music: djquads
Genesis Marriage Series // Ep. 7 In Season 13 of the podcast, we are focusing on lessons learned from the marriages in the book of Genesis. Today's episode kicks off our look at Noah's marriage. Although his wife is never named, we take a few guesses at what her name might have been. ----- For all links mentioned and more from the Real Marriage Podcast, visit: https://linktr.ee/realmarriage Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode of That Projector Life focuses on navigating social media as a Projector. We're going to blend both business strategy and Human Design energy to help you create a plan that works for you. (Even if that plan is having no plan at all! What? Scandalous!) As you can see, we're focusing on keeping social media fun and allowing your energy to shine, because when you're really in your element, that's when you're most magnetic. So while I will offer business strategy tips like use good SEO, I'll also highlight (several times) that following your energy and listening to your authority is so important when it comes to social media. Also, don't ever forget that social media companies want to make money. They prioritize that over pretty much everything else. So if you don't see the success you want just yet - and you're doing everything correctly - it's not you. It's the social media companies and their quest for more profit. (Sounds like an epic story, doesn't it?) Show Notes Support the podcast by making a donation - https://glow.fm/thatprojectorlife/ Learn more about your unique Human Design by booking a reading here. Looking for more courses, challenges, and resources that support a Projector in business? Join the That Projector Life Membership here. For all the links mentioned in this episode, check out the complete show notes: https://www.thatprojectorguide.com/tpl152
How do we walk through the fire? Trials in life have often been likened to an encounter with fire—first, we experience disorientation, but in the end, transformation, and renewal. In this episode, inter-spiritual scholar and mystical teacher, Mirabai Starr, joins Jacqui in conversation on wise ways to navigate the fires burning in our world. Embrace fire as a symbol for purging the elements of our lives that no longer serve us in loving each other more deeply. Resources: Jacqui's new book Fierce Love can be found here. Mirabai's book, Wild Mercy can be found here. Mirabai's latest, St. John of the Cross: Luminous Darkness can be found here. A transcript for this episode can be found here. Connect with us: We'd love to hear your thoughts, comments, or feedback. Send us an email. Rev. Jacqui Lewis Ph.D.: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Mirabai Starr: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Center for Action and Contemplation: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Our guest this week is Michael Santoli, who is senior markets commentator at CNBC, which he joined in 2015. Prior to that, he was a senior columnist at Yahoo Finance, where he wrote analysis and commentary on the market and economy. That followed a long stint at Barron's magazine, where Santoli was a columnist and feature writer for 15 years. Santoli began his career in the early 1990s as a reporter covering the securities industry for Dow Jones Newswires. He earned his bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University.BackgroundBioCorporate Earnings"Santoli: The S&P 500, Lifted by Earnings, Makes a Run at a Key Threshold and Tests Its Downtrend," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, July 19, 2022."Santoli: Earnings Beats Propel Some Major Bank Stocks, but They Still Have a lot to Prove," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, July 18, 2022."Santoli: The S&P 500 Nears a Level That Could Indicate Whether the Recent Rebound Is Sustainable," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, June 27, 2022."Santoli: Agreeable Economic Data and Earnings Releases Lift Stocks Into a Relief Rally," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, July 15, 2022.Inflation and Recession"Santoli: There's Little for the Market to Like in June's Hot Inflation Report," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, July 13, 2022."Santoli: Investors' Worries Migrate From Inflation Panic to Fears Over U.S. Growth Risk," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, June 22, 2022."Santoli: June's Jobs Reports Is Too Strong to Feed Recession Fears, but Key Inflation Data Looms," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, July 8, 2022."Santoli: Strengthening Case Against a Recession Pushing S&P 500 to Highest Levels Since Early June," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, Aug. 3, 2022.Risk and Rising RatesJeff deGraaf"Santoli: Investors Grapple With a Sense of Surrender After the Fed Raises Interest Rates," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, June 16, 2022."Santoli: Investors' Worries Around the Fed's Rate Hikes Have Found a New Focal Point—Risks to Growth," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, May 25, 2022.Housing, Stocks, and Tech"The Spring Setup for a Resilient Market That Got Past a Tough First Quarter Without Much Damage," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, April 2, 2022."The 2022 Stock Market Doesn't Have to Repeat—It Only Has to Rhyme," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, Aug. 6, 2022."Santoli: Low Expectations Lift Netflix Shares, but the Stock Remains in Growth Purgatory," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, July 20, 2022."After Another Big Weekly Loss, Assessing Whether Weekly Stocks Are Cheap and a Buying Opportunity Is Near," by Michael Santoli, cnbc.com, June 18, 2022."Santoli: As a Reckoning Unfolds in Tech, Could Megacap Growth Names Be Poised for a Bounce?" cnbc.com, May 11, 2022.
In this week's episode I speak with Bela Gandhi about the challenges of Dating in your 50's. It may seem intimidating dating again during menopause but this can actually be the BEST time to date! At this stage in your life, you can really take a step back and take inventory of all your experiences, so that you can move into a new relationship free of your own destructive habits. All the romantic notions of love that our culture pushes on us, tend to be counterproductive. Bela Bela Gandhi will teach you not to chase the butterflies and instant chemistry; what you really want is a slow burn, enjoy really getting to know someone, dating is an adventure! Key Takeaways: [3:10] Dating over 50 is the BEST time to date [4:50] Introspection is essential to move forward into a new healthy relationship [7:25] Confusing butterflies as excitement but it's really a warning system [9:50] Joy Safety and Ease. [11:10] Boring might actually just be safe [13:20] Good Husband Qualities [14:30] Don't rush: Let the chemistry grow [17:20] Love Bombs feel good but are a RED FLAG [20:00] Set Boundaries Take one step at a time. [23:00] Nothing worthwhile in life is easy [27:00] You are the fun, don't rely on them being fun [28:20] Keep an open mind [29:40] Navigating professional life and Dating [33:00] Who pays? Resources: https://www.smartdatingacademy.com/ Memorable Quotes: “Sometimes it's a different face on the same problems, so you have to address those.” [4:30] -Dr. Anna Cabeca “Butterflies are bad in the dating process.” [8:33] -Bela Ghandi “What is particularly sinister about attachment is, you're not “Fixed anxious” and you're not “Fixed avoidant”; they can morph. They shapeshift based upon who you're with. So a lot of times, you have picker issues and attachment issues, Good and normal people might feel boring.” [10:38] “Chemistry can come later in the game, it doesn't have to be there right away, in fact, Ladies!, if you feel chemistry with someone right, right right away most likely it's because this person reminds you of an ex.” [14:30] -Bela Ghandi “Dating can bring up the most vulnerable part of our lives and it can bring up so many fears that we haven't dealt with.”[20:10] -Bela Ghandi “Just because something is simple, doesn't mean it's easy.” [22:40] -Bela Ghandi To learn more about me and to stay connected, visit the links below: Website: The Girlfriend Doctor Instagram: The Girlfriend Doctor
I haven't done a solocast in a while, but when you talk, I listen, and this topic has been requested by many of you, so I decided to dedicate this episode to talk about navigating big life transitions with differently wired kids. Our family has gone through our fair share of big changes, which you'll hear all about in this episode, so this is something that I've spent a lot of time thinking about. Especially as a parent of a differently wired kid, I know that there are some extra challenges that might come up when their routines, environment, life circumstances, or supports change, and our kids are also more likely to be resistant to changes (even if they are beneficial). So today I'll be sharing the strategies I've personally found helpful while going through big transitions with Asher. In this episode, I talk about key things such as why being honest when communicating with your kid is so important to help them understand and process change, how being vulnerable can be a way to show support, how to validate our kids' feelings about the changes or transitions, and how to identify their concerns so you can make plans to address them in advance. I also share about what adjustment disorder is and the kind of extra support you might need during transitions. Tilt Parenting Founder & CEO Debbie Reber (MA) is a parenting activist, bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker. A certified Positive Discipline trainer and a regular contributor to Psychology Today and ADDitude Magazine, Debbie's most recent book is Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World. Debbie's Tilt Parenting Podcast is the top performing podcast for parents, caregivers, educators, and professionals raising and supporting neurodivergent children, and has more than 4 million downloads. In November 2018, she spoke at TEDxAmsterdam, delivering a talk entitled Why the Future Will Be Differently Wired. In the summer of 2020, she co-created the Parenting in Place Masterclass series.Things you'll learn from this episodeThe benefits and growth that can come from navigating big changes as a familyWhy honesty is so important when communicating with your child about big changesWhat to share versus what not to share with your child about the transitions you go throughHow to validate the big emotions and thoughts that big transitions can bring up in your childThe importance of doing your own work as a parent to be able to support our kids during transitionsWhat adjustment disorder is and the extra support you might need to help your child through oneHow being vulnerable with your kids can be really supportive for themIdentifying the concerns that our kids have and coming up with plans to address them in advanceCreating new routines to create security for our kids during big transitions For more info, visit: https://www.tiltparenting.com/session301Support the show
In this episode of ESG360, we take a look at the resilience of green energy stocks amid a broad-based stock market downturn in the first half of the year. A further interesting point is that solar stocks have performed better than wind as some of these companies are not yet profitable highlighting the challenge investors face in their efforts to advance the green transition. We also cover the development of carbon markets in Japan and part 3 of our ESG in East Asia series, which focuses on navigating social data in South Korea and reveals the industries that disclose the most data.
Navigating a vision exam can be hard, depending on your doctor. So I want to share some tips on how to make the process work for you. I'll share what to look for in an eye exam and how to slow down the process, so you know you're getting the prescription that's right for you. Enjoy the show.
Returning guests Hohn and Heather Cho tackle this nuanced topic by answering the following questions: What are the potential issues and dynamics in a relationship when there is a significant age gap? How do couples maneuver the issue of having children when there is an age gap? How do you handle others' biases / concerns when there is an age difference? What if parents or family members do not support the relationship because of race? And what tips do you have for raising kids in a culturally blended family? email@example.com
This EP features a second visit from the legendary Dan Pfaff. Dan is widely regarded as one of the most successful athletics coaches in the history of the sport. During his NCAA coaching career, Dan coached 29 NCAA individual national champions and 150 All-Americans and was a lead staff member on teams that won 17 NCAA National Team Championships. He has coached 49 Olympians including nine medalists, 51 World Championship competitors (also nine medalists), and five world-record holders. He has directed athletes to 57 national records across a multitude of events. He is an internationally recognized presenter and publisher. For a number of years, he ran the United States Olympic training center until UK Athletics hired him to organize the coaching and training of UK athletes for the 2012 Olympic games. In this role, he was further responsible for coaching Long Jumper Greg Rutherford to Olympic Gold. After those games, he returned home to the US to serve as the Education Director and Lead Jumps Coach with the newly formed World Athletics Center now known as Altis. His love of teaching and educating found him deeply involved in their hallmark coaching mentorship program. We talked about personal and professional growth, and it was a fantastic chat. Enjoy!
This episode is a rebroadcast. Cam and Shelly have handpicked episodes from the archive to air while they are on their annual summer break. New episodes resume September 19th! As ADHD people, we pay most attention to the things that generate the biggest signals. This week on the Translating ADHD podcast, we dive deeper into this signal-based attention system. We discuss our tendency as ADHD adults to rely on the Adrenaline Response Cycle (ARC) and hyperfocus as primary tools for getting to action. The challenge here is that these tools are only effective for the biggest signals, those generated by emotion or urgency. This leaves us ignoring the more nuanced signals, the ones that often speak to what really matters to us. Cam and Shelly discuss how many of our clients come to coaching with the limiting belief that their previous strategies "no longer work". The reality here is more nuanced - as life gets more complicated and our goals get more lofty, relying only on paying attention to the biggest signals and the subsequent ADHD response of adrenaline or hyperfocus no longer works because these reactive tendencies don't allow for forward progress. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Shelly For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: For episode transcripts visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode. Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Episode Transcription: TranslatingADHD.com
This week I experienced the revelation of yet another piece of my Divinity. Through a sudden shock, something cracked inside of me and I got in contact with something that my mind does not remember. Yet… my body does. True love is not all fairies and butterflies. True love will always invite us to remember ourselves in a greater way than we ever have. Dive deeper with me in this episode and discover a different face of True Love.❤️ Awakened Heart - My new Program for accessing the full spectrum of your Potential through Conscious Eroticism and Profound Intimacyhttps://sofiasundari.com/awakened-heart-program/
Jay had a different talk planned for this one…but then he went into Starbucks and saw a sign that had to explain to the patrons a code of conduct that is expected of their customers. This sign struck Jay in such a way that it derailed his original train of thought and inspired something new. Mostly reformation. How reform can bring about divisiveness, and it can even bring about some chaos. Can we reform without scapegoating? Can we die to ourselves and continue to move forward? We're called to give answers, but to be humble when we do so. When it comes to Revolution–it's message, it's community, it's desire for reform–we have to remember that if we really do take it seriously then we want serious answers. Navigating this is tricky because reformation also brings out a lot of insecurities. But let's confront the insecurities and see the good news! Let's know our enemy and also love our enemy. Let's make room for nuance, let's allow for nuance. Legalism doesn't allow for it, but we can. No one is beyond grace!...except maybe our enemies. But that is where each other comes into play. Let's try to love each other's enemies and help each other get to a place where they can love them too. Let's be the change we want to see. Let's live in a world where we love each other so much that we don't even see our theology. Instead we see our love and we see our grace.This talk was given on August 7, 2022 in Seattle, Washington.www.facebook.com/revolutionchurchmnwww.revolutionchurch.com/donatewww.youtube.com/revolutionbroadcasting@jaybakker@revolution1994@revolution94 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Miguel Armaza sits down with Anthony Scaramucci, Founder & Managing Partner of SkyBridge, a global alternative investment fund with several billion dollars in assets under management. Anthony also founded SALT, one of the premier thought leadership conferences in the world of finance, technology and geopolitics.In this episode, we discuss:Navigating a market downturn. This is Anthony's ninth bear market – what is different this time and how should fund managers approach their relationship with investors?Inflation, inflation, inflation. How to deal with it and what to expect, particularly when it comes to alternative assets.Anthony's strong conviction in crypto and why he's doubling down on the sector and even launching a fintech-focused venture capital fund.The origins of the SALT Conference, main drivers fueling his energy and ambition, family… and a whole lot more!Want more podcast episodes? Join me and follow Fintech Leaders today on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app for weekly conversations with today's global leaders that will dominate the 21st century in fintech, business, and beyond.Do you prefer a written summary, instead? Check out the Fintech Leaders newsletter and join 37,000+ readers and listeners around the world!Miguel Armaza is Co-Founder & Managing General Partner of Gilgamesh Ventures, a seed-stage investment fund focused on fintech in the Americas. He also hosts and writes the Fintech Leaders podcast and newsletter.Miguel on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nKha4ZMiguel on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Jb5oBcFintech Leaders Newsletter: bit.ly/3jWIpqp
Political scientist Mark Caleb Smith talks about the larger picture surrounding the FBI's search of Trump's house and why it looks like we're headed towards a massive expansion of the IRS. The Gospel Coalition's Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra outlines the significance of a recent vote from the CRC surrounding sexuality debates and the increase of gender questions among teens. Click here for today's show notes
In this episode Dan chats with Dr Lydia Moussa. As an organisational transformation expert, Lydia combines knowledge from her Ph.D. in change facilitation research with over 10 years of consulting and change management training experience. She is also the author of the Navigating the Chaos of Change (to be released in October 2022). As the the founder of The Change Hub, Lydia works with organisations such as BUPA, Nestle, Roche and NAB just to name a few. You can find out more about her work and services at: https://thechangehub.com.au/training You can grab a pre-order of the book at at a 20% discount here: https://thechangehub.com.au/book And you can connect with Lydia on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lydia-moussa/ Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/ And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!
On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Maddy Grant, Cofounder of Propel. Maddie and I talk about the changing dynamics of workplace culture and what companies need to be doing to navigate the new future of work. Let's get started. Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Maddy Grant. Co-founder of PropelBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today, we have Maddie Grant. She is the Co-founder of Propel, which focuses on helping organizations prosper through cultural change. Welcome to the show Maddie. Maddie Grant: Thank you so much for having me.Brian Ardinger: I'm excited to have you on the show. There's a lot going on when it comes to workplace culture and the future of work. For those in our audience who may not have run into your work yet, you're also in addition to working at Propel, you're an author of several books, including Humanize, When Millennials Take Over, and I think your most recent book is The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement. You know, this whole concept of work culture, work culture is being disrupted. You know, we hear about the great resignation or the great reassessment or the great return to work. Whatever the next great thing seems to be out there. You know, what are the biggest challenges and changes that you're seeing when it comes to the world of work? Maddie Grant: What's interesting is I've been kind of researching culture change in the workplace for quite a long time. For a couple of decades. So long before the pandemic, the workplace was changing in terms of needing to be more digital. You know, advent of social media changed a lot of stuff about managing and leading in the workplace, not just, you know, marketing and communicating with your customers.So, it all started with basically the digital age. And my particular interest is actually on organizations that need to transition from the old way to the new way. Right. So, I'm not so much about startups who could basically create their own culture from the get-go. What I'm interested in is how do you take like a hundred-year-old museum and change, you know, and get them like up to the digital age. And then the pandemic happened. Right? So, a lot of the things that I was exploring in my books and my research basically happened really quickly overnight. And the big disruptor beyond of course the pandemic itself was to me, the idea that all of a sudden there was a really good reason to change how we work. Right. Right. Because if you didn't, people might lose their lives, literally. So in that respect, you're going to go remote. Like, even if you said that you couldn't or only, you know, very special VIP people could take like one half afternoon off of work on a Friday. Well, all of a sudden everybody's working from home and oh, guess what? It's actually working pretty well. It's actually, you know, people are doing their jobs and they're, they're managing, you know, what they need to manage. And they've got kids, dogs, all the rest of it at home. So, there's all these new external factors coming into it. But the work is still getting done.Brian Ardinger: So, talk a little bit about we're in a weird space now, because for lack of a better term, a lot of the pandemic's talk has, has gone by the wayside and people are returning to work. And you're seeing this push again to trying to go back to the old normal. What are you seeing when it comes to that push and pull and, and that desire to go back to the way things were and what's working, or what's not working when it comes to that?Maddie Grant: What we're seeing is that the people who want things to go back to the way they were, are almost always senior level people. So those are the people who got to where they are in the old system. And those are the ones who are very, very keen to go back to how it was. But like my partner Jamie Nadder likes to say the toothpaste is out of the tube now. So, there's some things that just cannot go back.So for example, saying that people can't do their work, can't achieve their goals or their project targets or whatever from home, you can't say that anymore because there's so much data that people were completely able to do that, you know, for the past two years. However, what I think is really interesting is there is actually value to coming back to the workplace. But that value, you know, everybody talks about, you know, the water cooler conversations and, and building relationships.And, you know, seeing people in person is better than online. You know, all of these kinds of things. But they're not defining why those things are important. Like why do we care about water cooler conversations? And in fact, water cooler conversations are actually not an equitable way of building relationships or coming up with random ideas that turn into that next multimillion dollar revenue source, because not everybody has access to the water cooler, right? Some people are not supposed to get up out of their desks for X number of hours. So that's just one example, but I think some of the most interesting work that we're doing right now is actually around the hybrid workplace. And so we wrote this eBook that was basically the four culture decisions that you need to consider when returning to the workplace.And the four are Customizing the Employee Experience. Like how much are you willing to customize? Second one is What is the Value of the Workplace, the physical workplace. Third one is Defining Collaboration and the fourth one is Supervision and Accountability. Like, so you know, that people have been able to achieve their work from home. So how does that change, how you supervise and hold them accountable in the future? And these four things are all very interrelated. But the idea is that really smart organizations will take this opportunity to rethink actually what's important about bringing people together. And they will redesign their workplace, for that purpose. And it could be multiple purposes. But you might have a group of people inside your organization who really need the workplace for quiet time. So, it's actually not about collaborating. It's about having time away from the dog and the three-year-old. For other people, it's about collaborating, but in larger brainstorming teams. So, you know, collaborating with people outside of your department. So not your regular work with your team but getting together with others that you don't normally get together with. Sometimes it might be actually very social. Like what if the workplace was now like the big cafeteria where people came in literally to eat and have coffee, and that's where you start to, you know, run into people randomly, that kind of thing.For all of those things, the reason it works or doesn't work is that you've defined that that is the reason you want people to be interacting in person. You know, so just having that thoughtfulness about why you care about getting people back to the workplace. It's not just to sit in a cubicle and be on your laptop on Zoom. Right. But now possibly with a mask on depending where you live. That doesn't make sense to anybody. And it doesn't make sense, and a lot of C-suite people will see this very quickly if they don't already, to drive like an hour into town for your meeting and then lose another hour, getting back home to get back on Zoom for your other meetings. It's so inefficient compared to what it used to be. Brian Ardinger: Let's talk a little bit about, I've had a conversation with a lot of companies and some of the challenges revolve around existing managers, not having the tools, resources, or training to really know how to interact or deal with remote employees. Again, a lot of people were just dumped into this and were never given an opportunity to learn new ways of connecting and communicating and collaborating in a remote kind of environment. Do you have any tips or tricks or things that you've seen that can help manage that transition better? Maddie Grant: There's technologies available for all of the above. Two minutes on Google and you can find tools and platforms for online meetings and for all kinds of different whiteboards and you know, whatever your needs might be. So it's not the technology, that's the issue. I think it literally just goes back to really defining why are you meeting. For what purpose is each meeting. And what are the different formats that they need to be. And how do you build relationships throughout the year through these different kind of connection points. And when is it better for it to be a one-on-one meeting versus a group? And when do you have your camera on or your camera off? Right? These are all very nuanced things and they're all culture things. But once you sit down to really just audit all of the meetings that you do and really define which kinds of meetings are for what purpose that enables all kinds of people, both on the management side and, you know, the individual practitioner side, contributor side, to really, you know, be on the same page about what these meetings are for.Brian Ardinger: Have you seen any examples of companies doing this well and, or different ways that if I'm thinking about this, should this be top ground driven, thinking about like how do we actually calculate the meetings and figure this out. Should be done from the bottom-up team by team? What are some of the best practices you've seen out there?Maddie Grant: I don't believe in best practices. I am a culture person who believes that every organization has the right culture for them. And that may be very different than for your competitor who does exactly the same work in the same market. But it's just a different company. So, for me, it's about that blueprint that works for you as an organization. The ability to define what the guidelines are for you.And this is going back to what I was saying about defining collaboration, for example. You know, if you really understand as a company, why you want people to get together and have kind of a guiding principle that literally writes out, you know, we value collaboration because X, Y, Z, then those kinds of statements, which is similar to core values, right, but they're just a bit more granular. But the point of them is that anybody in the company should be able to get behind that and to understand it, no matter where sit. So, yes, it's top down. And yes, it's bottom up. Like it's got to go both ways. I will say it will not work if it's only bottom up. Like the power of the CEO, you know, no matter what the CEO might say, the core values are, or the culture is if their actions don't match with other words, they can destroy a culture really easily. But they can also really set the tone. And they have a lot of power to model the behavior that they're looking for. And I think the really fascinating thing about this whole great reshuffling is that there are people out there who fit every kind of culture. So, for example, we were talking to a lobbying firm. They need people, their lobbyists to be in person, because they go and meet with politicians. And if there's three people on zoom and three people in the room with the politician, you know, guess who's going to get the most attention. They just cannot do their jobs equally well on Zoom versus not.So, for a company like that, then yes, they have a really good reason for wanting everybody to be in the office. I don't at all believe that everybody should be remote or anything like that. But the idea is just to really kind of understand and specifically define what those guiding principles are. You know, we do our work better because X. Brian Ardinger: Tactically, how do you start breaking that apart? Is this something that the C-suite should sit down and think through this. Should every team be thinking through and mapping this out on a board saying here's how we work best together. And here are the rules of engagement. And talk to me, tactically, how that can be done. Maddie Grant: The simplest way to start is with a culture assessment. It'll just help you break down into categories the, the different topics for discussion. And any culture assessment will do. Obviously, we created one that I like the best, but whatever. The point is just starting the conversation. But just as an example, our assessment measures things like agility and innovation and inclusion, transparency, collaboration, solutions which is like employee focus versus customer focus. And a couple more. So, there's eight markers and they're pretty legit from the standpoint of eight big topic areas that you can talk about. And when you start having those conversations and it is literally what you just said, like, how do we do innovation here, for example. What we've seen in our data is some really, really fascinating results. So, for innovation, I have to tell you this one, because of this podcast topic. For innovation, there's what we call a culture pattern, which appears across many, many different companies. It is where the scores for the concepts of innovation, so things like creativity, passion, and purpose, like learning, you know, ability to bring in resources for learning.All these kinds of things tend to score high. But the structural pieces of innovation tend to score low. So, these are things like risk taking, experimentation, right? So, it's like, we like to talk about innovation, right. But we don't necessarily have the structures in place in our company where it's okay to innovate. And to take risks. And to measure.We're not measuring the experiments that we're trying. So that's a pattern that comes out in this kind of data that you can immediately start to fix. If your goal is to be much more innovative as an organization, literally the data tells you every single department needs to have a way to measure how many experiments per month you're doing. And not just the results, but how many you tried. Like the failures are as important as the ones that worked, because if you're not failing enough, with trying things then you're not trying enough things. Brian Ardinger: Yes. Great insight there. And I think that's very true. I think a lot of companies have a lot of innovation theater where they like to think they're innovative, but when it comes down to like you said, the actions don't necessarily match up with the reality of that.All these changes are obviously affecting every company out there. And this war for talent is becoming now global. Used to be where you could find your talent in your backyard. And now everybody's competing for every job around the world. What can companies do to better position themselves for attracting and finding the best talent today?Maddie Grant: Yeah. So, I think that your differentiator is your culture. And of course, I'm a culture consultant. So, culture hammer, everything is a culture nail, right. But I do think there's a great lack of good description of what your culture is. Like good authentic description. And for every company that is losing people because of whatever their culture is, there are other people leaving cultures that are the opposite because there's so many different companies with different cultures. Being able to really accurately describe what it is, what it feels like to work there. You know, how people collaborate there. How much people are expected to integrate their external life into the workplace. You're a startup and you want people to live and breathe the startup life. Cool. If, if I'm, you know, 25 and my parents pay my rent. Like, yay, I'll go do that. But I'm 50. Can't do that anymore. But the point is there are people out there that will actually gravitate to your culture no matter what it is. So being able to really understand it and describe it to me is the key. Absolute key. And all the rest of it falls to the wayside. The salaries, benefits, all that stuff is almost irrelevant to me. Brian Ardinger: You talk a lot about how you customize the employee experience for employees to do their best work. Can you talk a little bit more about how do you customize an employee experience? Maddie Grant: Yeah. So just an example, based on what we've been talking about, the whole, you know, remote working. So, we worked with a group that owns their own building, a beautiful building. So of course, they were very insistent on trying to get everybody back in. And what they did was they said, okay, everybody needs to come in twice a week. And then each department gets to pick which two days. Like that sounds fabulous.Okay, cool. But in actual fact, within every department, there are people who want to come in five days to get the quiet or to, you know, because they miss everybody. There are people who want to come in, never like you couldn't pay me enough to come back in because I do my work really well from home.And then there's a lot of people somewhere in the middle, like, I'll come in two days, if you want, but I really don't want to come in Mondays or Fridays. Right. But now everybody comes in Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursdays. So the traffic is absolutely horrible. So, you know what, actually I'd rather work from home.So, you know, if you get down to like the people's real lives, it's about the ability to really kind of gather everybody together. And balance a collective need or an organizational need for, in person collaboration with individual needs. People who want to be in all the time are out all the time or somewhere in the middle. You know, some people moved away and so they can't actually come in. Right. That's definitely happened a lot. The idea of customizing, it's all about the best way to do your best work. And so literally just asking the question of everybody, of how they best prefer to work. But it's also not just, we're trying to appeal to everybody's individual needs. There's also an organizational piece to it.And if we've defined, you know, that collaboration is important to this organization because it helps us build relationships long term, which helps us do better work you know, in these other ways, you have to get all those inputs and then design the experience of your employees in a way that balances both. Like you'll never please, everybody. That's not what you're trying to do.Brian Ardinger: Yeah. It's very much mosaic that you have to put together to make it look good on all fronts. Both for the employee and for the company itself. Maddie Grant: It might also really change your ultimate plan. So, this organization we worked with, they wanted everybody in two days a week, but it turns out that what they really, really wanted was those opportunities to build relationships and to run into people. Brian Ardinger: Right. So, can you do that in other ways? Maddie Grant: Right. Having random people in two days a week was actually not the way to do it. Instead, it was having everybody in for like a social day. Yeah. Like twice a month. And that they would bring in food trucks and they would bring in maybe a speaker or two and have some activities. But also just have some open time where people could just hang out.For More InformationBrian Ardinger: It's definitely a fascinating topic. If people want to find out more about yourself or the books or the company, what's the best way to do that?Maddie Grant: Yeah. So, my company's called Propel. The URL is propelnow.co. And all my books are on Amazon. So, When Millennials Take Over is probably the easiest one to Google for.Brian Ardinger: Well, Maddie, I really do appreciate your time coming on Inside Outside Innovation and sharing your insights on the world of work. I'm sure we'll have you back on because the world is changing quite fast. Maddie Grant: Thank you so much for having me. Brian Ardinger: Thank you very much.That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company. 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Episode 97 with Kalin Johnson. “When I was growing up, my mom used to ask, ‘Don't you ever get tired of thinking?' And I was like, ‘Yeah, but what am I going to do? Is there an alternative?'” Kalin is an American healthcare provider, mental health advocate, and entrepreneur. She shows high-achieving, neurodivergent individuals how to unmask their health and feel their best through concierge whole person care. As a licensed clinical pharmacist, functional medicine specialist, healthcare advocate, and neurodivergent mentor, Kalin bridges the gap between mental health and physical health through her professional and personal experience. After a year of struggling with extreme burnout and depression, she was diagnosed with ADHD, autism, and PTSD at the age of 33. Contrary to some, she had always suspected she was autistic but she was shocked when her therapist first told her she suspected ADHD. Kalin had to unpack a lot of the overzealous coping mechanisms that had been in place since she was young to compensate for her mostly inattentive ADHD symptoms. We discuss what it takes to curate a neurodivergent-affirming care team. We also discuss self-advocacy and finding the right medications for your treatment plan. And we chat about her experience coming out as queer versus her experience "coming out" as ADHD & autistic, and why the latter proved to be the more difficult experience for her. - - - - - Kalin will be hosting a live Q&A in the Women & ADHD online community on Sunday, August 21, where she will be giving an intro to ADHD medications, explaining the different types of popular ADHD medications, their classifications, and what symptoms they target. She'll also be available to answer your burning questions about medications and ADHD treatment plans! For more info and to register, head to www.womenandadhd.com/events. - - - - - Kalin is also hosting a free webinar on September 27 on the topic of neurodivergent advocacy. Website: kalinjohnson.com Instagram: @kalinpharmd Episode edited by E Podcast Productions Find the transcript of this episode at www.womenandadhd.com/transcripts This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. As a Women & ADHD listener, you'll receive 10% off your first month of BetterHelp when you use this link: betterhelp.com/womenadhd - - - - - Small group coaching with Katy: www.womenandadhd.com/groupcoaching - - - - - Work 1-on-1 with Katy: www.womenandadhd.com/coaching - - - - - Finally ... you've found your people! Now come join us in the Women & ADHD online community: www.womenandadhd.com - - - - - If you are a woman who was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood and you'd like to be a guest on this podcast, please reach out to Katy via email womenandADHDpodcast (at) gmail.com. Instagram: @womenandadhdpodcast Tiktok: @womenandadhdpodcast Twitter: @womenandadhd Facebook: @womenandadhd