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As 2023 draws to a close, it's crucial to maintain our well-being without succumbing to the pressures that can cause you to burn out. We'll discuss what leads to burnout and practical strategies to help you navigate the remaining weeks of the year with resilience. Common missteps that lead to burnout: Neglecting self-care Ineffective time management Lack of boundaries Setting unrealistic goals Ignoring the warning signs of burnout Strategies to avoid burnout: Prioritize self-care Effective time management and delegation Establishing clear boundaries Emotional regulation and stress management Regular self-assessment and check-ins Embracing rest Let's approach the end of the year with resilience and grace, allowing ourselves the space to rest and recharge. Interested in working with me in 2024? Start here Connect with Brittny:Instagram: @brittnyking_Website: www.brittnyking.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
S e g m e n t s: **Segment 1: The Essence of Personal Development** 1. **Defining Personal Development:** - Let's start by defining personal development. It's a lifelong process that involves acquiring new skills, improving existing ones, & fostering personal qualities that enhance your Well-Being & Potential. 2. **The Path to Self-Discovery:** - Personal Development is a journey of Self-Discovery. It allows you to understand your Values, Strengths, & Areas that need improvement. This self-awareness is the compass that guides your life. 3. **Unlocking Potential:** - It's about unlocking your full potential. Through Personal Growth, you maximize your Abilities, which can have a transformative effect on your career, relationships, & overall life satisfaction. **Segment 2: The Consequences of Stagnation** 1. **Missed Opportunities:** - When you don't focus on personal development, you risk missing opportunities for growth & advancement. Your career might plateau, & your personal life may become stagnant. 2. **Emotional Stagnation:** - Stagnation in personal development often leads to emotional stagnation. You may find yourself stuck in negative thought patterns or lacking the tools to manage stress and challenges effectively. 3. **Diminished Resilience:** - Personal development is key to building resilience. When you don't grow on a personal level, your ability to bounce back from setbacks weakens, making it harder to navigate life's ups & downs. 4. **Strained Relationships:** - Neglecting personal development can strain relationships, as it might be difficult to understand & connect with others on a deeper level. **Segment 3: The Impact of Personal Growth** 1. **Enhanced Confidence:** - Personal development boosts your self-confidence, which is a crucial asset in both personal & professional life. 2. **Improved Problem-Solving:** - You become a better problem-solver. Personal growth equips you with the tools to face challenges head-on & find innovative solutions. 3. **Fulfillment and Happiness:** - Most importantly, personal development leads to greater fulfillment & happiness. It's the key to leading a life that aligns with your values & aspirations. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/support
What You'll Hear In This Episode:- Importance of making dating a priority - Toxic optimism and not acknowledging the challenges of conceiving after 35 - Understanding the timeline and planning accordingly - Settling and rushing the process - Relying on chemistry as the main indicator of compatibility - Rushing into relationships due to anxiety about starting a family- Neglecting personal growth and self-reflection - Recognizing past mistakes and learning from them - Seeking professional help to gain clarity and work through insecurities - Generic self-help methods vs. targeted advice on dating and relationships - Importance of learning about men and effective communication strategies Key quotes:"What can happen for many women who want kids is they don't make it a priority and they leave it to chance until they wake up and realize it's too late." — Lisa Shield"Neglecting your personal growth...is a terrible mistake." — Lisa Shield"I thought I'd look needy or desperate or insecure if I was open to a man – if I was receptive, if I asked a man for what I wanted and needed." — Lisa Shield"It's a three month course. That's all we need is three months of your time, and we will give you a PhD level education in getting this solved." — Lisa Shield“We will show you how we can help you find the Guardian of Your Soul faster than you ever thought possible." — Lisa Shield "The only missing piece for so many of you is that guy. Let us show you how to find him." — Lisa ShieldContinue On Your Journey: Lisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.com
In this episode of Chats and Tatts with Aaron Della Vedova, the host shares his passion for esoteric books, plant medicines, meditation, and yoga. He reflects on how these practices have shaped his life and introduces a special guest, George Boyd. George A. Boyd is a meditation teacher, counselor, poet, and author who has studied and practiced meditation since 1965. He is a master meditation teacher and an innovator in the field of meditation. He developed a system of Integral meditation in 1983 that he has taught to groups and individuals since that time. He is the founder of the Mudrashram® Institute of Spiritual Studies and the editor and publisher of Mudrashram® Publishing. George holds a BA in Psychology from UCLA, an MA in Clinical Psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills, and an Alcohol Drug Counseling Certificate from UCLA Extension. The episode delves into spiritual exploration and is highly recommended for those interested in diving into the realms of consciousness and self-discovery. Chat breakdown: [00:00:47] Fully realized state activities. [00:04:10] A troubled family background. [00:11:36] Self-Realization Fellowship discovery. [00:17:23] Witch doctors in Western society. [00:20:11] Satguru has come. [00:23:03] Testing spiritual knowledge. [00:27:35] Neglecting the personality. [00:32:01] Path to full enlightenment. [00:36:11] Being of service and fulfillment. [00:40:28] The Law of Attraction. [00:43:14] Psychic realm and beings of light. [00:47:43] The etheric veil. [00:50:51] Neophyte experiences and consciousness. [00:55:30] Soul reading on my producer. [01:00:37] Soul's work and personality. [01:06:36] Higher octaves and soul identity. [01:10:03] The Soul's Role in Life Circumstances. [01:15:06] The Akashic Records. [01:18:00] Tattoo as a layer of remembrance. Quotes: "Three lifetimes ago, I was actually one of his disciples in Benaras, India." "We are the witch doctors of Western society." "Everything that I've thought about as being the highest thing, the greatest thing, the greatest goal, that's nothing. It's like a tiny little outpost on this great infinite adventure." "You can create heaven. You can create hell. Which do you choose?" "But for many people, using a psychedelic drug essentially blows them out of this bubble of the conscious mind." "So some people may bring in a beautiful piece of spiritual art to remind them of their spiritual path." "We could use a lot more kindness. We could use a lot more compassion and empathy and collaboration and cooperation." Stay Connected: Connect with George: Website: http://www.mudrashram.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/mudrashram Connect with Aaron: Website: http://www.chatsandtatts.com Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chatsandtatts IG: http://www.instagram.com/chatsandtatts Chats & Tatts YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/chatsandtatts Aaron IG: http://www.instagram.com/aarondellavedova Guru Tattoo: http://www.Gurutattoo.com
Welcome, to the fringiest of minis. Well, no fringier than the other minis, really… It's an equal amount of fringe. Sorry to have come off so strong.This week, Taylor has had his fill of optimism for the time being. That means, more uncomfortable news. This time focusing on the one area of the globe you thought was safe. That's right, it's exactly the location you thought. But you should probably take a listen to make sure we read your mind correctly. If we have failed to in fact read your mind incorrectly, please send complaints to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can do better next time. If not we will consider your mind to have been wrong. Upper atmosphere debris. That about meets the word count quota, see ya Friday!Creds; https://www.livescience.com/space/space-exploration/falling-metal-space-junk-is-changing-earths-upper-atmosphere-in-ways-we-dont-fully-understandDon't forget to follow and listen to any other episodes in our catalogue that may pique your interest. If you want to hear us talk about a specific topic be sure to send us an email a email@example.com and you can catch us live on Twitch sometimes, just give our twitch a follow and they'll let you know when we're live to join in the fun (https://www.twitch.tv/journeytothefringe).
How can fathers in ministry make sure their kids know they love them more than their ministry? How can fathers invest in their children, set boundaries for family time and fun, and disciple their children and involve them in the work? Listen in as Steven C, a dad of 5 and missionary leader with 17 years of field experience, shares wisdom from his experience and God's Word.
In Micah 6:6-8 God speaks of "little things" like justice, mercy, and walking humbly with God. Jesus refers to this passage in Matthew 23:23 and lets us know that little things become big things.
A North Clare Senator is calling on the government to urgently acknowledge the effect wastewater deficts are having on Clare's housing delivery. Although the local authority is on track to exceed housing for all targets here by the end of the year with 306 units, 1,180 households are still availing of HAP tenancies. Countywide meanhwhile, 52 rural settlements here are without any sewerage treatement facilities. Speaking in the Seanad Ennistymon Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway says developers have been blocked from investing in the county.
In this episode, Craig and Jennifer unpack the common pitfalls people encounter when cutting corners in retirement planning. From taking excessive investment risks to neglecting legal documents and estate planning, this episode sheds light on some crucial aspects of financial preparedness. Stay tuned to see why thorough, proactive planning and informed decision making are so important in the world of finance. Here are some of the cut corners we discuss in today's show: Taking too much risk in investments Neglecting essential legal documents and estate planning Not planning for long-term care Get additional financial resources: https://maestrowealth.com/how-money-works-podcast/ Schedule a meeting: https://timetoseemaestrowealth.as.me/ReadytoBegin
On today's episode of the podcast we're auditing if your business is as fucked as you think it is. Since the title of the podcast is Unf*ck Your Biz it only makes sense that we'd take a look at if our businesses are more fucked than we think. We're talking about why people make the mistake (and if it really is a mistake) to think of legal and tax things in a vacuum. We're not talking like deep imprisonment for tax offenses, we're more along the line of asking if things are slipping through the cracks because you're not thinking through things holistically enough. For example, business entities, so like whether you should have an LLC or an S Corp, that is both a tax and a legal question. LLCs serve as legal protection, S Corps help save you tax dollars. Recently an attorney I know sent an email saying to hire them for x,y and z before the end of the tax year to get your tax deductions in. If you've followed me for a hot minute you know that drives me bananas because buying things just to get the tax deduction is not great unless you truly need the thing. For example, if you're in a business growth mode, it may not make sense to buy something you need in December if you can buy it in January when you're in a higher tax bracket. It's a nuanced thing and it pisses me off when people make this blanket statement, especially to make a sale. Similarly, we also need to think about contracts holistically because they impact our cash flow, tax payments and savings. This comes together with our payment plans. It impacts how you're going to be able to pay for things for example, are you taking all the money up front and you spend the money up front and don't have any left when you finish this project eight months later, that will impact you. Same with refunds. You need iron clad refund policies or you may find yourself issuing a refund that hits your bank account when you don't have the money to cover it. Same with bookkeeping. We can't give you solid tax strategy if you don't have your books done. I equate this to if you hired someone to do branding but you don't know who you're marketing to. You need to determine that based on several factors and is something you should know before you spend money on a designer. Same with knowing your messaging before hiring a copywriter. Neglecting one thing in our business can impact another thing we're doing really well. For example, it's great to outsource tax services but if you don't do your bookkeeping, you also need to outsource the bookkeeping service so you can have your taxes done and aren't scrambling to do bookkeeping at the end of the year, especially because it doesn't help you keep track of profit and how your business is doing throughout the year. With seasonal and launch-based businesses especially we want to avoid a feast or famine situation in business where you're left struggling for money in the slow seasons of your business. Same with contracts, if you don't have a solid contract and multiple clients come asking for refunds to big projects at the same time you may be left scrambling, and it may not be a client problem. It's also time to rewrite your contracts. These situations can impact the oh-shit cycle and leave you with not as much money as you forecasted. It's important we take a holistic approach because everything impacts each other - your business entity, your business insurance, your bookkeeping, taxes, etc. Enjoy the episode? I'd love to hear about it. Tag me on Instagram or send me a DM @notavglaw
Every brand gets its power from connecting with people and delivering on its promises. And that starts with internal branding. I'm taking inspiration from a conversation I had with David and Sam, where we emphasize internal branding: taking an internal focus before taking your brand identity to the world. We'll explore why internal branding should be your first focus, the pitfalls of neglecting it, and how to implement it successfully within your team. By aligning your internal stakeholders first, you set the stage for a more cohesive and powerful brand presence in the market. https://youtu.be/hlG0ojbxGo0 Focus on Your Team First Nobody advocates for your brand like employees. Their words and actions tell everyone what your brand stands for. If they know your brand—and you hire well, based on your brand—your employees will see the connection. And that consistent brand experience—through the words and actions of your employees—connects with customers more than your claims ever will. Create clear guidance and your employees will give you a cohesive internal brand that enhances customer service, employee satisfaction, and overall business performance. Not Convinced Internal Branding Matters? Here's what happens when external branding fails to connect with your employees. Lack of Cohesion. Without internal branding, your team acts and speaks inconsistently, confusing clients. Employee Disengagement. When employees don't feel connected to the brand, their engagement and productivity suffer. Reputation Risks. Inconsistent branding can damage your reputation, making it harder to attract both clients and talent. Missed Opportunities. A team that's not aligned with the brand won't know how to represent the firm in social settings or online platforms. Neglecting internal branding can have real financial consequences, from lost sales to increased employee turnover. The Overview: Implement Internal Branding Branding starts at the top but doesn't stay there. We've all seen companies that embrace amazing-sounding values but don't live up to them. You might be at the counter at the car rental desk, and you can't get the agent to live up to their own values. The values are literally on the wall behind the person helping you. They're just not lived out. So how do you build out those brand values properly and honestly? Start with Leadership. The first step in internal branding is getting buy-in from the top. Leadership needs to exemplify the brand values. Synthesize. People grow in understanding when they're asked to think through the brand regularly. Ask everyone to apply them to a situation that happened recently. Did they live up to them? Is there room for improvement? Make sure everyone understands the brand's values, mission, and vision. Give them Guides. Don't give them long paragraphs to read. Give them workshops, handbooks, or even regular internal communications. Know the Tools for Internal Branding Internal branding uses different tools than external. But they all do the same thing in the end: instill an understanding of the brand to humans who can either be encouraged and excited about values or eventually forget. Here are some ways you can keep everyone engaged internally. Brand Handbook & Workshops: Combine a comprehensive guide with internal training sessions to educate team members on brand elements, values, and practical applications. Digital Communication: Use platforms like Slack or Microsoft Teams for consistent, brand-aligned messaging and updates. Employee Engagement: Implement regular surveys and distribute high-quality branded merchandise to assess and reinforce brand understanding within the team. Prioritize the Launch Employees get engaged when they see the commitment from the firm's leadership. The most obvious way to do this is through a brand launch event. However you do it, make sure you launch in a very visible way that involve...
If you've been neglecting your own self-care lately, this one is for you! For many of us, especially as busy moms, taking care of ourselves gets thrown to the back burner waaay too often. It doesn't help that society tells us taking care of ourselves is a luxury that we sometimes can't even afford! Add that to the fact that we as women tend to carry the emotional burdens of everyone around us. There's pretty much no more room for taking care of you. But it doesn't have to be this way!! Together, let's challenge this idea that self-care isn't important for moms, and navigate how we can create a better balance! This episode is full of real-life stories, practical tips, and the encouragement we all need as women. This is your time to take care of you. Let's jump in! In this Episode of No Guilt Mom, You Will Learn: The importance of setting boundaries and saying no to unnecessary commitments to avoid rushing through daily tasks and triggering stress. How emotional labor, often placed on women, can be managed by setting aside dedicated personal time and not taking on the emotional well-being of everyone in the family. Real-life examples of how addressing and communicating feelings of resentment can lead to healthier relationships. The impact of not practicing self-care, including emotional exhaustion and decreased patience with loved ones. Resources We Shared: Join our newsletter! Get connected to No Guilt Mom and get our Home Responsibility Calculator absolutely FREE, so you can make a plan to delegate the work. Critical Accountability by Gary Peterson Rate & Review the No Guilt Mom Podcast on Apple here. We'd love to hear your thoughts on the podcast! Listen on Spotify? You can rate us there too! Read the transcripts HERE Check out our favorite deals from our sponsors here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Where's your focus when it comes to your Mission? Nurturing your mission isn't just about what you do for your benefit, but who it's for and how you live it out. Neglecting to understand the importance of your mission is going to hugely affect the actions you choose to teach the souls you're meant to reach. The goal of this episode is to help make sure that you don't breach that responsibility! We're going to talk about the 3 areas of your mission: teaching it, reaching with it, and how to avoid breaching it. Other resources mentioned in this episode: The 3 Keys to Prioritized Focus Click here to get your cheat sheet Not sure your mission? Click here to schedule a free call The results of experimenting on the Focus Playground Click here Free Quiz: Assess Your M.E.S.S. Click here Free A.I.M. Guide Click here Learn more about my published book HERE Join us for the next MESS Mastery workshop Learn more here Read the blog version of this episode Click here
Many consultants complain they don't have enough time for lead generation.Let's not sugar-coat it. To be successful, you must take responsibility for your lead generation efforts and take proactive steps to address these underlying issues. Neglecting lead generation can jeopardize the existence of your consulting business. In this episode, Melisa helps you tackle your lack of time so you can overcome the lead generation excuses once and for all. This isn't the typical advice you're used to hearing about time management.Melisa provides you with a three-step plan for overcoming the challenge of not having time for your consulting lead generation. If you have been neglecting lead generation due to client commitments, extensions, and repeat business these practical steps will ensure that you have a consistent lead generation routine, even when it feels like you don't have an extra moment to spare.Click here for the full show notes and more information.And click here for more on coaching tailored to you as an independent consulting business owner.
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In this week's Monday Night Live Podcast, Derek Arden talks to the incredible public speaker, Jennifer de St Georges, about overcoming procrastination and perfecting leadership skills. Jennifer shares her journey from being a professional speaker to becoming a recovering perfectionist and offers valuable insights into managing procrastination. Discover her unique perspective on leadership and how she's helped dentists and entrepreneurs worldwide. Don't miss this engaging conversation! Jennifer's Unconventional Journey: From Dentistry to Professional Speaking Jenny embarked on an unconventional path to professional speaking. Her journey began when she married into the world of dentistry, despite having no prior knowledge of the field. On day one, her then-husband asked her to answer the phone for their dental business, launching her into a world of unknowns. This unexpected turn of events changed the course of her life, leading her from London to New York and ultimately to San Francisco, where she met a man named Edmund, setting the stage for her remarkable journey. Recovering Perfectionism: Tackling Procrastination Head-On One intriguing aspect of Jennifer's story is her identification as a "recovering perfectionist." She shares her experiences dealing with perfectionism, a trait prevalent among many dentists and other left-brained professionals. While perfectionism can contribute to their excellence in their fields, it can also lead to stress and challenges in personal and professional relationships. Jennifer sheds light on how she has learned to manage her perfectionist tendencies and help others do the same. Perfectionists often focus on the minutiae, seeking out flaws and imperfections, which can be both a strength and a weakness. Jennifer recalls her own perfectionist tendencies, such as spotting a single typo in a 15-page document and feeling compelled to point it out immediately. She emphasizes the importance of striking a balance and fostering positivity when dealing with perfectionism. Recognizing and addressing this trait is essential for personal growth and stress reduction. The Importance of Leadership in Entrepreneurship Jennifer's expertise extends beyond public speaking as she provides guidance to professionals and entrepreneurs worldwide. She touches on the critical role of leadership in running a successful business. Dentists, in particular, often excel in their clinical expertise but may lack the skills needed to lead and manage a team effectively. Jennifer highlights the three essential "buckets" she uses to guide businesses: the customer, the team, and the business itself. She emphasizes that every action within a business should align with these three core aspects. Leadership and team management are pivotal in creating a thriving environment where staff feels valued and motivated. Neglecting these crucial elements can lead to disarray within a business and hinder growth. Mental Discipline and Honing Your Mind: Keys to Success As the conversation continues, Jennifer shares her insights into mental discipline and maintaining focus. She discusses the challenges of managing a creative mind and avoiding distractions. One valuable technique she employs is mental rehearsal, where she mentally plans her day while lying in bed, visualizing her tasks and goals. This practice helps her maintain a sharp focus and productivity throughout the day. Jennifer also discusses the importance of addressing issues promptly and not allowing problems to fester. She advocates for open communication and feedback within a team, acknowledging that neglecting problems can lead to stress and damage relationships. She shares her personal strategies for staying on track and avoiding procrastination. Derek Arden https://derekarden.co.uk https://negotiationexpert.co NEW https://negotiatorspodcast.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/negotiatingexpert/
Welcome to the Refrigeration Mentor Podcast, where we explore the intricacies of refrigeration systems and share valuable insights with our audience. In this episode, we delve into the world of CO2 refrigeration systems, shedding light on the importance of understanding different purities of refrigerants, reading the different manufacturers manuals, comprehending PIDs (Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams), and the significance of knowledge-sharing within the industry. Understanding the Different Purity of Refrigerants CO2 refrigeration systems have gained popularity in recent years due to their environmental benefits and efficiency. However, handling CO2 refrigerants comes with its own set of challenges. One of the key aspects to grasp is the varying purity levels of CO2. It is crucial to comprehend the distinctions between food-grade, bone dry, and refrigeration-grade CO2. It is essential for technicians to be aware of the specific requirements for the system they are working on and ensure that they are using the correct grade of CO2. The consequences of using the wrong purity can range from inefficiencies in the system to potential health hazards or equipment damage. The Importance of Reading Manuals One common mistake when installing or servicing CO2 refrigeration systems is neglecting to read the manufacturer's manuals thoroughly. These manuals contain vital information on system specifications, maintenance procedures, and safety guidelines. Technicians should make it a habit to review the manuals before starting any work. CO2 refrigeration systems have unique characteristics and operational requirements compared to traditional refrigerants. Therefore, understanding the manufacturer's recommendations and guidelines is essential for the safe and efficient operation of these systems. Neglecting the manuals can lead to improper installations, decreased system performance, and even safety hazards. Understanding PIDs (Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams) Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (PIDs) are essential tools for comprehending the operation of CO2 refrigeration systems. They provide a visual representation of the system's components, including valves, sensors, and piping. A thorough understanding of PIDs is crucial for troubleshooting, system design, and maintenance. Technicians should be able to interpret PIDs to identify the flow of refrigerant, control points, and safety features. This knowledge allows them to pinpoint potential issues and make informed decisions during system servicing. Additionally, understanding PIDs can aid in the commissioning process, ensuring that the system operates as intended. Sharing Your Knowledge with Others The field of refrigeration is constantly evolving, and the success of the industry relies on a knowledgeable and well-trained workforce. Technicians and professionals should take the initiative to share their knowledge and experiences with others in the industry. By fostering a culture of knowledge-sharing, we can improve safety practices, increase system efficiency, and collectively address the challenges presented by CO2 refrigeration systems. This can be done through mentorship programs, training sessions, and industry events, such as podcasts like this one. Sharing insights and lessons learned helps to build a more informed and capable workforce. Free Refrigeration Piping Design Course - Access Here Let's Connect on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/refrigerationmentor/ Upcoming Servicing Compressors, Supermarket and CO2 Trainings - Learn More Here Learn More About Refrigeration Mentor - https://refrigerationmentor.com/ Get A Free Service & Compressor Troubleshooting Guide - Access Here
In less than 20 minutes a week, we'll introduce you to an expert or business owner with deep experience in what they do. Grow you, grow your team, grow a small business. Welcome to the "Grow a Small Business" podcast with your host, Michael Denehey. In this episode, Michael interviews Tony Delaney, the CEO and Founder of Brownie Points, based in Queensland, Australia. Tony Delaney, Founder of Brownie Points, underscores the significance of recognizing and valuing employees for small business success. He advocates for recognition over rewards, promoting motivation and engagement while aligning with corporate values. With hybrid work trends, fostering inclusion is crucial to reduce turnover and enhance productivity. Tune in to learn how employee recognition can elevate your business, and leave a review to support the podcast. Key Takeaways for Small Business Owners: Employee Recognition is Crucial: Tony Delaney emphasizes the importance of recognizing and valuing your employees. It's essential for both small and large businesses. Neglecting employee recognition can lead to turnover and reduced productivity. Recognition Over Rewards: While rewards have their place, recognition holds more significance. Positive feedback, acknowledgment, and verbal recognition can have a powerful impact on motivating and engaging employees. It's a basic human need that doesn't require substantial financial investment. Timely Recognition: The timing of recognition is vital. Delayed recognition loses its impact. Timely recognition can be more meaningful to the recipient, making them feel appreciated and valued. Our hero's write kick-ass reviews after listening to our special guests. Are you our hero? Customized Recognition Programs: Small business owners can design recognition programs based on employee needs and motivations. For instance, recognizing employees who refer new hires can lead to cost savings for the business, creating a win-win situation. Hybrid Workforce Considerations: With more businesses adopting a hybrid workforce, ensuring inclusion and engagement among remote and in-office employees is vital. Recognition programs should adapt to these changing work environments to maintain a positive company culture. One action small business owners can take: As per the guidance of Tony Delaney, small business owners are encouraged to center their focus on their personnel. This entails gaining a comprehensive understanding of their motivations, passions, and actively involving them in the company's overarching vision. This collective alignment ensures a cohesive and unified organizational direction. For professional assistance or inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach out our Guest Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you have 2 minutes every Friday? Sign up to the Weekly Leadership Email. It's free and we can tell you to maximise your time. Enjoyed the podcast? Please leave a review on iTunes or your preferred platform. Your feedback helps more small business owners discover our podcast and embark on their business growth journey.
We all want to know the best ways to market our audio podcast. And there are a lot of shows out there that focus on the marketing side of podcasting. But rarely do they focus on how to create a "good" show from the start. So today's episode I give you 7 of the worst ways to market you podcast. Ignoring Target Audience: Failing to identify and target the appropriate audience for your podcast can be a major marketing mistake. Broadcasting to a demographic that has little interest in your content can result in low engagement and limited growth. Overlooking SEO Optimization: Neglecting to optimize your podcast episodes for search engines can hinder discoverability. Avoiding relevant keywords, poor episode titles, and inadequate show descriptions can make it difficult for potential listeners to find your content. Inconsistent Release Schedule: A haphazard release schedule can lead to frustration among your audience. Inconsistency in publishing episodes may cause listeners to lose interest or forget about your podcast. Consistency is key for building a loyal audience. Neglecting Social Media: Failing to leverage social media platforms to promote your podcast is a missed opportunity. Social media can be a powerful tool for engaging with your audience, sharing updates, and creating a community around your content. Ignoring these platforms can limit your podcast's growth potential. Ignoring Audio Quality: Poor audio quality can be a major turn-off for listeners. Neglecting to invest in good equipment or skipping the editing process can result in a subpar listening experience, causing listeners to abandon your podcast. Overlooking Collaborations and Cross-Promotion: Not reaching out to other podcasters for collaborations or cross-promotion can limit your exposure. Building relationships within the podcasting community can help you tap into new audiences and grow your listener base. Lack of Engaging Content: Focusing solely on self-promotion or neglecting the quality and relevance of your content can lead to a decline in listenership. Ensure that your podcast provides value, entertainment, or useful information to keep your audience engaged and coming back for more. Thanks so much for listening, I really appreciate it so much. If you need any help with your podcast, feel free to reach out. My email is email@example.com The Kris and Kristine Show Podtastic Audio Twitter Instagram LInkedIn
Working and grinding to earn more, manage a business, and be successful is important. In this world, money is an essential part of our life. However, there is a more relevant thing you should focus on. And that is the time for yourself and your connection with people. Neglecting to have time for yourself and your family in exchange for work is not a worth-it trade. Learn what you should prioritize more to achieve true happiness and success in life. In this episode, Nick Bare shares his life journey and the lessons he learned along the way. He will talk about why you should learn to have time for yourself, friends, and family, the importance of keeping on going, and why it is critical to understand your life priorities. Tune in as leaders ask questions about life, individual development, business, and more! Quotes: “I've been on autopilot many times in my life. But the older I get, the more success I accumulate, and the bigger things I do, the more I realize you need time–time to yourself, time for leisure, and huge time for family” – Nick Bare “Throughout your life, the more experiences you have, the more you try to accomplish, whether you fail or succeed and win or lose, It's kind of a notch on the belt, or it's a layer of paint where you just get smarter and smarter and smarter.” – Nick Bare “You can do all these things you want in life, but you have to put them in the right order because if you don't put them in the right order, you're gonna destroy your relationships, your success, your job, and any other part of your life.” – Nick Bare Takeaways: High achievers feel like they need to be on 24/7. And when you're on 24/7 and don't take a step back, you can't go deep into your thoughts or do any self-work, you lose self-awareness, and you become a robot. Not being on 24/7 doesn't mean you're weak or wrong. Realize that It is essential to have time for yourself and your family. Keep on going, put yourself out there, and mage opportunities because your experiences and lessons will accumulate over time, making you smarter in handling different situations. There are so much to do in our life. And you might dream of doing all those things. But life is short, and you have responsibilities to do. So learn to put what you want to do in life in the proper order and prioritize the most essential things, such as your family. Conclusion: It is okay to work and keep on grinding because that is where you learn lessons, grow, and become more intelligent, which is necessary to handle difficult situations in life. But remember that having time for yourself, friends, and family is the most critical priority. https://apogeestrong.comhttps://apogeewoman.com/https://apogeestrongdads.comhttps://apogeestrongfoundation.org
Many churches, especially small congregations with very few full- time staff, will host a workday. On that day, members come together to complete much needed fix-it projects and generally clean up the building and property. They treat their church building with respect and care. In Nehemiah 13, we read that the people of Judah had neglected the house of God. They had stopped bringing tithes to the Temple. This disobedience had a direct and negative impact on the “Levites and musicians” and the effects cascaded down to all the people of Judah. The Levites and musicians relied on Judah's tithes for their own well-being. Since the tithes were no longer being given, these workers had to leave the Temple and return to their land, so they could make a living and provide for their families (v. 10). The end result? The Temple could no longer function as it should, and worship had stopped. This might not seem like a big deal to us today, but it was a very, very big deal because the Jerusalem Temple was the only place where sacrifices could be offered to the Lord. Simply put, the worship God commanded had ceased. Dismayed at this behavior, Nehemiah once again sprang into action and set the people straight. Following the death and resurrection of Jesus, the procedure for and positions related to worship changed. We no longer need priests and Levites to slaughter animals for sacrifice, and our worship services look a lot different (Heb. 7:27). Even so, this episode in Nehemiah reminds us how important it is to support our local churches. When we give generously and obediently, our pastors are freed to make leading the church their main priority. >> If you are a member of a local church, your giving is an act of obedience to God! When you give generously, you help make sure your pastors are supported and worship can continue. Consider how you can participate through the act of giving.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Me Time" is not just about taking a break from work or responsibilities; it's about dedicating time to yourself, to nurture your mental, emotional, and physical well-being.We often lead busy lives, filled with work, family, and other commitments. Neglecting "Me Time" can lead to stress, burnout, and a negative mindset. On the other hand, making time for yourself can help you recharge, reduce stress, and improve your overall mindset. And yet, most of us designate the end of the day as our "Me Time", when we're the most physically drained and emotionally depleted, which begs the question, "Are we spending our "Me Time" the way we really want?"That's where a "Me Time" audit can really help.In this episode, I share the findings of my own "Me Time" audit in the hope that it will pique your interest in taking a closer look at your own."Me Time" is an important aspect of self-care and personal growth. The question is, are we really actually caring for ourselves during this time?If not, the first step to change is awareness. When we bring awareness to our behavior and patterns, we bring ourselves to the present.Why is this important? Because the present moment is the only time where we can influence and change the trajectory of our future.------Original intro/outro music by JMW------1:1 mindset coaching isn't just for athletes or select special people. It's for anyone who wants to ask more of themselves but knows their thinking is getting in the way.If this is work you're excited to do, sign up for my free offering (a 90-minute deep dive coaching call) so you can experience firsthand how managing your mind can bring more peace, happiness, and success into your life.To book your free call, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "Book a 90-minute call."At the end of the day, we have one life.How do you want to live yours?Think about it.And then, let's get to work.------Follow me on Instagram: @_thisonelife
Today, I'm diving into 14 reasons why people fail to prepare themselves for a successful attempt at a promotion. For the purposes of this episode, I'm talking specifically about internal promotions – although many, if not all, of these strategies will apply if you are seeking a higher position with a new company. 1. Signing on with a company that can't offer you a promotion. This is an upfront mistake I saw frequently during my time in higher education – people would ask in the interview about the opportunity for promotion, and there just wasn't any. This is not to say that you don't want to work there – perhaps it is the right opportunity for you now, and you know you will need to look outside your organization to seek a higher-level job. Just be sure you like your reasons for joining an organization that can't offer you a promotion. Also – does the company have a practice of promoting from within? Or is this going to be a series of frustrations, where outside people (or those from other departments) are put in more senior roles ahead of you? 2. Not communicating your desire for a promotion.You may assume your boss knows you want a promotion, but you know what they say about “assume.” Your boss may think you are content with your current role – you want to let her know of your ambition. Be careful here – you don't want your boss to think you want her job unless she has upward mobility, as well. 3. Not understanding the new role. We all know of people who wanted a promotion for the additional money in their paycheck – not because they were passionate about, or really understood, the new role. Make sure you thoroughly understand the responsibilities, skills, and qualifications required for the position – and give real thought to whether this is a role you actually want to take on. 4. Lack of skill development. My favorite strategy for this is to ASK. Find out what skills and experience will be needed, then ask your boss or the hiring manager (if the job is in another department) how you currently measure up. The goal here is to find out exactly what you need to learn and develop so your candidacy is a no-brainer. 5. Not building a strong track record. One of the very best strategies for getting a promotion is consistently delivering exceptional results in your current role. Never think of your current job as just a steppingstone to bigger and better things. 6. Not self-promoting. There's a huge difference between being the braggart who takes credit for others' work and being an effective self-promoter. It's important to communicate your achievements and contributions effectively – including relevant ones outside of work. 7. Ignoring company culture.Everything from your dress, grooming, punctuality, spoken and written communication, and professionalism will be taken into consideration. Make sure you align with the company's values, mission, and culture. 8. Not seeking feedback. Not only does constructive criticism help you make improvements that will increase your chances for promotion, but you are also showing evidence of your ability to hear those things – and make changes based on feedback. 9. Seeking a promotion at the wrong time. Increasingly, I am seeing companies indicate a timeframe for internal candidates to apply for promotions, so take that information as gospel. In general, be mindful of the broader context, such as the company's financial stability or changes in leadership that would directly impact the new role. 10.Not networking.Building relationships with colleagues, superiors, and mentors can provide valuable support and recommendations, which can significantly improve your chances of promotion. 11.Neglecting soft skills.Qualities like leadership, communication, teamwork, and adaptability can be deciding factors in promotions – and can often be as important as your technical skills, if not even more so. 12.Overlooking the competition. You may have competition within your organization for the same promotion. It is important to assess your peers and their qualifications so you can develop a strategy to set yourself apart. 13.Demanding rather than earning. For most of us, we begin doing the work before we get the new title or salary increase. Promotions should be earned, so demonstrate your value to the company rather than expecting a promotion just because of time in the company, educational credentials, or other qualifications. 14.Inadequate preparation for interviews.Don't assume the interview doesn't matter, either because it's been hinted that you have it “in the bag” or because you assume you know what they will ask. Absolutely, the interview is viewed differently with internal candidates, but your goal is to blow them away in the interview so they can't say no to you. DIY vs. DFY DIYThe DIY I want to recommend here is getting a mentor. Preferably, someone in your organization who knows you and the other players – and who will be honest with you about what he sees as your areas for development. From there – consume! Read books, watch Ted Talks, listen to podcasts…whatever you can consume to help with your areas for development. Finally – practice! Try your new learning on at work and ask for feedback from people who will be honest with you – and who aren't also trying to get the same promotion. DFYThe most obvious assistance you could get to prepare yourself for a promotion is a career coach. If you choose to go this route, it is so important to pinpoint what kind of help you need. There are coaches who specialize in improving your communication skills, your leadership skills, your professional appearance…you name it. One you've identified the help you need, reach out to 2 or 3 possible coaches for a consult, sometimes called a discovery call. This will give you a sense of your connection with the coach, their methods and processes, and their package options.
Get the Rules of Engagement For When She's Cheating, Says She Doesn't Love You, or Filed for Divorce - https://training.empoweredman.co/30dvslyt?el=podcastJoin the Empowered Man 5-Day Challenge! - https://www.empoweredman.co/5d-challenge?el=podcastIn this episode, Mark is joined by Ray Muscat and they discuss Ray's transformative journey in California. Ray, a typical blue-collar worker with a chaotic life, reflects on his past behavior and how he was trapped in a cycle of stress and neglecting his own needs. However, Ray's story takes a turn when he recognizes the need for self-care and self-love, leading to a powerful transformation. He shares how the program, Empowered Man, changed his perspective on life, relationships, and gratitude. Episode Summary:Personal growth and self-improvement. 0:03Ray Muscat shares his personal journey of self-transformation and authenticity.Ray describes his pre-transformation life as chaotic and stressful, with a long commute and little time for self-care or personal passions.Ray felt completely exhausted and lost his sense of self, with hobbies and passions dying out and causing depression.Neglecting relationships due to prioritizing work. 4:34Ray's absence due to pursuit of money and material items led to devastation of his relationship with his wife.Ray acknowledges being transactional in his relationship, not being intentional or present, and regrets not having hard conversations.Recognizing the pattern of not accepting yourself or your partner, leading to a toxic dynamic.Personal growth and transformation. 8:46Ray recognized the need for change when he realized he wasn't putting in effort to improve his life and was expecting a quick fix.Fear was the catalyst to take action and make changes in life.Ray struggled with fear and paralysis in his relationship, feeling stuck between making changes and lacking the courage to act.Ray's conversation with the program facilitator helped him see the importance of transforming for himself, rather than just trying to change for his partner.Personal growth and relationship improvements. 14:10Ray reflects on his journey with Thrive, mentioning a major breakthrough in recognizing the importance of self-care and prioritizing their own emotions.Ray realized he was not showing up for his children as he thought, and was controlling and disrespectful towards them.Ray is now guiding his children with questions to help them find their own answers and show up differently in their relationships.Self-care and personal growth for men. 19:17Prioritizing self-care by dating yourself, enjoying food, and practicing meditation.Ray finds joy in simple tasks like sitting in a park, feeling the sun on his skin, and connecting with nature.Ray reflects on his transformation and the importance of joy and financial stability...
Jamie Perkins and Nikki Thot Divorce Drama & is it ever okay to neglect your friendships? In this episode, we dissect the recent news surrounding Jamie Perkins and Nikki Thot's divorce, along with Jamie's shocking allegations against Nikki. The drama, the rumours, we've got it all covered! We also explore a listener's dilemma on feeling anti-social and neglecting friendships. But first, we take a moment to discuss the devasting state of the world due to war. We also play a fun game using the thought-provoking Reflex Conversation Card Game by Flex Mami.
Welcome to another insightful episode of the Tactical Living Podcast, where today we delve deep into the mental challenges of working in law enforcement, illustrated by the metaphor: "The Demons were chasing me, but I was too fast." The Chase Begins: Working in law enforcement isn't just physically demanding; it's mentally taxing. Officers face trauma, high-stress situations, and moral dilemmas daily. These "demons" can easily catch up if not addressed. Why Mental Health Matters: Just like maintaining physical fitness is essential for chasing down a suspect, mental fitness is crucial to outrun the metaphorical demons of the job. Neglecting mental health can lead to burnout, PTSD, depression, and even impact job performance. Tips & Tricks to Stay Ahead: Regular Check-ins: Like regular health checkups, periodic mental health screenings can identify issues before they grow bigger. Peer Support: Connecting with fellow officers who've been in similar situations can offer insight and relief. They understand the unique pressures of the job. Professional Counseling: Seeking therapy, especially from professionals familiar with law enforcement stress, can be invaluable. They provide tools and coping mechanisms tailored for officers. Mindfulness & Meditation: Engaging in mindfulness exercises can help officers stay grounded, especially after a stressful event. Techniques such as deep breathing or guided meditation can be incorporated into daily routines. Physical Exercise: Physical activity isn't just for body health. It's proven to release endorphins, which act as natural painkillers and mood elevators. Continuous Learning: Attend workshops on stress management, trauma handling, and other relevant areas. Equip yourself with knowledge. Hobbies & Interests: Engaging in non-work-related activities can be therapeutic. Whether it's reading, fishing, or painting, find something you love. Real-life Experiences: We'll share anecdotes from officers who've felt chased by these "demons" and how they managed to stay ahead. Conclusion: The life of a police officer is marked by constant chases, both literal and metaphorical. But with the right strategies and a proactive approach, one can always stay a step ahead, ensuring not just job success but also personal well-being. Call to Action: If you've resonated with today's episode, consider sharing it with a fellow officer. Remember, we're all in this together. And don't forget to subscribe for more insightful discussions tailored for the law enforcement community! ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ https://bi3xbvVont.ly/ CLICK HERE for our best-selling products: https://amzn.to/3xaG3xw and https://rdbl.co/3DIQVUC CLICK HERE to join our free Police, Fire, Military and Families Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/38w2e7r Check out our website and learn more about how you can work with LEO Warriors by going to: https://www.leowarriors.com/ Like what you hear? We are honored. Drop a review and subscribe to our show. The Tactical Living Podcast is owned by LEO Warriors, LLC. None of the content presented may be copied, repurposed or used without the owner's prior consent. For PR, speaking requests and other networking opportunities, contact LEO Warriors: EMAIL: email@example.com. ADDRESS: P.O. Box 400115 Hesperia, Ca. 92340 ASHLIE'S FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/police.fire.lawenforcement ➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤ This episode is NOT sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links which means if you buy something by clicking on one of our links, we'll receive a small commission.
Have you ever wondered how to balance the rigors of building a business with the important aspects of life that truly matter? Brace yourself for a journey into the life of an entrepreneur who has managed to keep his family, health, mental well-being, relationships, and spirituality intact while nurturing a thriving business. Relish the heartwarming anecdotes of how I've managed to schedule my life around these five pillars, and glean inspiration towards a balanced and fulfilling life.We delve into the significance of maintaining your health, cultivating a strong network, and staying focused on your purpose. Learn how imperative it is to evolve in business, as stagnant water breeds mosquitoes. Hear about my incredible journey from being a medical student to a practice owner, an online education business creator, and event host, all while continuing to build on my existing skills. Finally, I unveil how you can be a part of this movement - by sharing the podcast using the hashtag #ontramd. Get ready to spread the word about these essential aspects of life that entrepreneurs should never neglect while building a business. Join us in this enlightening session and take the first step towards creating a thriving business without compromising what truly matters.When you are ready to work with us, here are three ways.1. EntreMD Business School Advance - If you are looking to make a 180 turnaround in your business in 180 days, this is the program for you. 2. EntreMD Business School Grow - This is our year long program with a track record of producing physician entrepreneurs who are building 6, 7 and 7+ figure businesses. They do this while building their dream lives!3. EntreMD Business School Scale - This is our high-level mastermind for physicians who have crossed the seven figure milestone and want to build their businesses to be well oiled machines that can run without them.To get on a call with my team to determine your next best step, go here www.entremd.com/callFollow Dr. Una hereLinkedIn - www.linkedIn.com/in/druna Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/drunachukwuInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/drunachukwuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@DrUnachukwu
In this episode of the Miracles in Wellness podcast we discusse the importance of prioritizing wellness as an entrepreneur. She emphasizes the need to take care of both physical and mental health, even when busy and driven. Neglecting well-being can lead to fatigue, stress, and burnout. Clarissa encourages listeners to be proactive in their approach to wellness and highlights the necessity of self-care. Tune in to learn simple strategies for reducing stress and incorporating more plants into your diet for improved health, happiness, and productivity. [00:01:51] Irregular eating habits. [00:04:09] Meal prepping and healthy snacks. [00:08:32] Sleep hygiene and wind down. [00:12:21] Self-care and preventing burnout. [00:15:37] Taking care of yourself. Sleep hygiene episode 102 Want to work with me? Click link below Website: https://clarissabooker.com Wellness Consultation: https://bit.ly/wellbeingconsult Balance Wellbeing Academy Wait List: https://www.clarissabooker.com/waitlist Wellness & Weight Loss Community Group: https://bit.ly/wellbeinggroup Free Resources: https://www.clarissabooker.com/freeresourceses Order journals: https://clarissabooker.com/journals Find out more information on our program: https://www.clarissabooker.com/twa Contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
23 Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful. 24 And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, 25 not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles, 2016), Heb 10:23–25.
The Challenge of the Gospel Mike O'Dowd - Pt 2 We all love a good story. And one of the all-time great story tellers was Jesus. Amen! He almost always told his stories, called “parables,” in order to leave a memorable thought with his listeners. Well, our guest today is the same way. He loves to tell stories in order to make his point. Mike O'Dowd spent 24 years as a pilot in the Air Force, flying combat missions across seven deployments from 1985-2010. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for Valor in Combat. Today, he serves as the pastor of Leptondale Bible Church. In addition, he is a published author, with his debut novel, "The Gospel: A Redemption and Restoration Story." Pastor Michael uses the power of story to lead his readers through the epic message of good news beginning in Genesis (where it all started). He continues all the way to Revelation, where this amazing story ends and, as the Bible says, “All things become new.” Amen! This book, “The Gospel: A Redemption and Restoration Story” describes doctrinal truth in story form, where God is the hero, and we are being saved. This book will help pastors and congregants alike, to understand the biblical details that saves us – and keeps us saved. Amen! Praise God. This is part two and the conclusion of a great discussion with Pastor Mike O'Dowd about his book, “The Gospel: A Redemption and Restoration Story” But why this book now? You are focused having churches embrace the “Great Commission.” Now, yes, it does involved getting people born again… but the command portion is to “go and make disciples,” which is the next step after getting them saved. How have you embraced this commission with your church? Share with us some information from your book… you start in Genesis with Creation and the Fall. What does it mean for a believer to walk in the same way Jesus walked? In Hebrews 2, we are warned not to “neglect such a great salvation.” How is it possible for us to neglect our salvation? When will this new book, “Neglecting a Great Salvation: An Exposition of Hebrews,” be published? Pastor, this has been so interesting. How can someone obtain a copy of your book, “The Gospel: A Redemption and Restoration Story?” Is it on Amazon? If someone wanted to ask a question, receive more information or possibly do an interview such as this – how can they do that? How can someone get in touch with you? I'll put links to all of this in the show notes below. Folks, we may never be called upon to fly an A-10 in combat as Pastor Mike O'Dowd did starting out – but we are called be witnesses for Jesus which is what he's doing now! Amen! Just like Pastor Mike, we have our own back story. It is different from everyone around you. But yet, our end story should be the same! Amen! We need to witness for Jesus. We need to make disciples for Jesus! Pastor Mike's book, “The Gospel: A Redemption and Restoration Story,” will help you to fulfill your end story! Amen! Drop down into the show notes and click...
In the world of cattle production, there is a silent thief lurking in the pastures, robbing your animals of their full potential. Dr. Mark Alley, shares how parasites are the secret saboteurs of your herd's economic success. Dr. Alley discusses strategies to help producers create an effective multifaceted approach to controlling parasites in their herds. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover the key strategies for effective parasite management in your cattle herd and optimize their health and performance. Learn why pasture management plays a crucial role in controlling and minimizing the impact of parasites on your cattle, resulting in improved economic productivity. Understand the economic implications of neglecting parasite management and gain insights on the potential losses you can avoid by implementing effective strategies. Explore the different families of dewormers available for parasite control and understand their unique features and benefits. Introducing Valcor, a cutting-edge product for broad-spectrum parasite control in cattle that can revolutionize your herd's health and overall performance. More info on Valcor: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://www.zoetisus.com/content/_assets/docs/Cattle/Valcor-Cattle-Prescribing-Information.pdf My special guest is Dr. Mark Alley Dr. Mark Alley is a technical service veterinarian at Zoetis. With a focus on calving and stocker operations in the southeastern U.S., Dr. Alley brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the field. He has extensive experience working with various cattle operations across the country, allowing him to gain valuable insights into the economic implications of not effectively managing parasites. Dr. Alley's expertise lies in understanding the life cycles of parasites, their impact on animal health and performance, and the importance of implementing a holistic parasite control management program. Through his work, Dr. Alley aims to help cattle producers minimize economic losses and optimize herd performance through effective parasite management strategies. His dedication to staying informed about the latest research and industry trends makes him a valuable resource for those seeking to enhance their parasite management practices. We are honored to have Dr. Mark Alley as a guest on our podcast, where he will share his expertise and provide practical advice for improving economic productivity through effective parasite management. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:02 - Introduction, 00:01:07 - Background of Dr. Mark Alley, 00:02:34 - Importance of Parasite Management, 00:05:49 - Economic Impacts of Parasite Management, 00:07:33 - Identifying Parasite Problems, 00:16:30 - Available Products for Parasite Control, 00:17:58 - Benzenesols and their Effectiveness, 00:18:35 - Macrocytic Lactones and their Impact, 00:19:55 - Omitted Thiazomes and their Mechanism, 00:20:29 - Benzene Sulfonamides and their Function, Links: Full Show Notes: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/casual-cattle-conversations-podcast-shownotes Free Weekly Resources: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranching-resources • The easiest way to create a new revenue stream for your ranch is with LandTrust. Learn more here! https://landtrust.pxf.io/c/4809275/1796544/20081 Take Your Ranch to the Next Level Once a month Shaye hosts Q&A calls between cattle producers and beef industry leaders to help ranchers find answers to their questions and improve their bottom lines. The best part is you get expert insight from the comfort of your own ranch and get to ask any question you want relating to the topic! Learn More About RancherMinds: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranchermind-events Connect with me on Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cattleconvos Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cattleconvos/ Podcast Coaching Do you have an existing podcast or want to start a new one but don't know where to start? Connect with Shaye and she will lay out everything you need to know to get you started on the right foot. Book a one-time coaching call using this link: https://calendly.com/cattleconvos/podcast-coaching Interested in a coaching package? Email Shaye at email@example.com and tell her about the podcast you want to start!
Learn how self-care fuels entrepreneurial success As an entrepreneur, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and grind of building a business. We often prioritize work over everything else, neglecting our own well-being in the process. But here's the thing: our success as entrepreneurs is directly tied to our ability to take care of ourselves. Neglecting our health and neglecting self-care ultimately leads to burnout, decreased productivity, and even health issues. It's essential that we prioritize self-care, whether it's through exercise, proper nutrition, or simply taking time to recharge. By investing in our own well-being, we can actually enhance our ability to make sound decisions, be more creative, and ultimately achieve long-term success. Dr. Diva Nagula is not only a doctor but also an entrepreneur and an author. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this episode. He graduated with honors from Virginia Commonwealth University and continued his education at the prestigious Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, laying a strong foundation for his future medical career. He has gone through all the hardships life has thrown his way from his personal life, entrepreneurship, and especially his health. Dr. Nagula's mission is to inspire listeners to take control of their well-being and make empowered choices. Key takeaways: Success in entrepreneurship is not solely dependent on hard work but also on adaptability, balance, and self-care. Prioritize self-care and ensure a healthy work-life balance to avoid burnout and maintain overall well-being Nourishing the body with healthy food and maintaining a support system is essential for overall well-being. Create a business that aligns with personal values and non-negotiables to maintain fulfillment and happiness Taking breaks, disconnecting, and engaging in activities that recharge the mind and body can enhance creativity and problem-solving abilities Meditation, in various forms, can help calm the mind, improve focus, and generate new insights Seek support from coaches or mentors who can guide and provide accountability in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and business practices All this and more, on this week's episode of Beyond 7 Figures. Stay tuned for the next episodes, where I talk with more entrepreneurs who have broken through 7 figures. So, don't forget to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, be profitable. Links: https://divanagula.com/ (Website) https://a.co/d/9TfKuGz (From Doctor to Patient book available on Amazon)
For MSPs, grasping HIPAA compliance isn't just a good idea; it's a necessity. Neglecting it can lead to legal issues and lost opportunities in the healthcare IT sector. Picture unintentionally mishandling patient data and facing legal consequences – that's a risk you can't ignore. A solid understanding of HIPAA can boost your reputation and credibility within the healthcare industry. To acquire this essential knowledge, consider enrolling in the Certified in HIPAA for MSP (CHMSP) course offered by HIPAA for MSPs. It's a valuable resource that equips MSPs with the expertise needed to excel in this specialized field. More info at HelpMeWithHIPAA.com/427
Danielle delves into dissecting 10 misconceptions or fallacies surrounding Profit First. This cash management strategy isn't intended to function autonomously; instead, it's meant to be applied meticulously, adhering to its principles. Fragmented utilization is not its intended approach. In this episode, Danielle outlines ten instances of business owners misapplying or misconstruing Profit First. Be sure to revisit this episode for a great “how-to” reference. IN THIS EPISODE: [00:17] Danielle outlines the ten myths or misunderstandings about Profit First. #1 What is the purpose of Profit First [03:34] #2 Slashing expenses to the bone [08:16] #3 Adjusting your allocations over time [11:33] #4 Treating Profit First as a one-size-fits-all system [14:12] #5 Neglecting taxes [16:37] #6 Misinterpreting the no-budget concept [18:09] #7 Don't rely totally on percentages [19:58] #8 Profit First is not a quick fix [22:44] #9 Confusing your accounts [25:13] #10 Ignoring behavioral change KEY TAKEAWAYS: A business without profit will not last. Profit First is a cash management system that keeps your cashflow on track. Profit First is not a set it and forget it system. You need to adjust your allocations at the start of each quarter and adjust as your real revenue increases to the next level of target allocations If you don't follow Profit First to the letter, you aren't doing Profit First right. ABOUT THE HOSTS: Danielle Mulvey is a former flight attendant-turned-entrepreneur and owns multiple businesses doing $50 million in annual revenue. She is one of the exclusive, select group of Mastery-Certified Profit First Professionals worldwide and the go-to “HOW TO IMPLEMENT” workshop facilitator for Profit First and WSJ Journal best-selling author Mike Michalowicz following his keynote speeches. Danielle is currently running multiple businesses, from start-ups to mature businesses with 10-year plus track records and revenues ranging from $1M to $40 million in annual revenues and is a certified numbers geek about Profit First, leveraging the DIY cash management system for small business to achieve maximum profitability. She can personally guide business owners to achieve maximum profitability based on her 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur who has been there and done that. Additionally, Danielle authored the book The Rapid Read™ Guide to The 5-Star Employee Rating System™ and is currently collaborating with Wall Street Journal best-selling author Mike Michalowicz on his new book, to be released in Q1 2024, titled ALL IN: How Great Leaders Build Unstoppable Teams. Mike Michalowicz is an entrepreneur and New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author of Profit First, The Pumpkin Plan, SURGE, Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, Clockwork, Fix This Next and Get Different. BusinessWeek called Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, a business cult classic. His books have been translated into ten languages, and Mike has had the privilege to speak on stages worldwide because of his passion for connecting with entrepreneurs. As the founder of Profit First Professionals, he empowers accountants, bookkeepers, and business coaches with the tools and techniques to maximize client profitability, allowing them to uplevel from being one of the 83% of small businesses operating check-to-check and struggling to be profitable to becoming one of the 17% of thriving and highly valuable businesses with cash in the bank to correlate to profitability. Mike also co-founded the business growth consultancy Provendus Group and has successfully founded, built, and sold two technology service-based companies. He is passionate about sharing his experiences and advice with entrepreneurs and sits on formal and informal advisory boards while maintaining relationships with angel and early-stage investors. RESOURCES: Danielle Mulvey - Website Danielle Mulvey - Linkedin The All In Company - Website Profit First Nation - Website Mike Michalowicz - Website Mike Michalowicz - Linkedin Mike Michalowicz - Twitter Profit First Professionals - Website Mike Michalowicz - Books
Hadith 3 umdatul ahkam: -Narrated ‘Abdullaah bin ‘Amr ibnu-l'Aas and Abu Hurayrah and ‘Aa'ishah (May Allaah be pleased with them), who said that Allaah's Apostle (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “Woe to dry heels because of Hellfire.” [Sahih Muslim, Book 002, Number 0473] ⁃ An individual must cover all of the limbs when performing wudhu ⁃ ‘Woe' - a wording of warning ⁃ ‘The heels' - by missing the heels during wudhu could be a reason for you to enter the hell fire due to the fact that you have not completed the wudhu ⁃ ‘From the fire' - the hellfire in the akhirah ⁃ The purification is one of the most important pillar of salah so leaving off something from it means your salah has not been corrected ⁃ Washing is the feet is obligatory and only the Shia opposite it ⁃ Each of the limbs have to be washed comprehensively ⁃ The recompense is from the same form of action in itself ⁃ Neglecting the heels during wudhu can lead to your legs being dipped into the hellfire ⁃ Conserve the water that you use during wudhu ⁃ Using so much water can lead to you being complacent but not reaching all the limbs Hadith 4: ⁃ On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (May Allaah be pleased with him), that Allaah's Apostle (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “If anyone of you performs ablution he should put water in his nose and then blow it out and whoever cleans his private parts with stones should do so with odd numbers. And whoever wakes up from his sleep should wash his hands three times before putting them in the water for ablution, because nobody knows where his hands were during sleep.” And in a narration by Muslim: “Let him take water into his nose, washing the nose by putting water in it”. And in another narration: And he who makes ablution, then let him take water into his nose.” [Sahih al-Bukhari, Volume 1, Book 4, Number 163 ⁃ These affairs mentioned in the hadith are all commands due to the wording used by the narrator ⁃ The command of using an odd amount E.g. tawaf, throwing of the stone, wudhu etc
Episode #280. Ever wondered how the simple act of timing – when you eat, sleep, or even look at your phone – could dramatically affect your health? In this episode, I sit down with circadian biology expert Dr Satchin Panda to explore this concept. We delve into the science of our body's internal clocks and offer practical advice to keep them in sync. Don't miss out on unlocking the potential of your circadian rhythm for a healthier, more balanced life. We discuss: Introduction (0:00) Understanding Circadian Rhythms: Do They Influence Longevity? (1:55) The Role of the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN) in Circadian Rhythms (6:20) Cellular-Level Circadian Clocks: An Overview (10:33) A Comprehensive Look at Circadian Disruption (15:56) Effective Strategies for Managing Jet Lag (26:39) The Impact of Blue Light on Circadian Rhythms (29:17) Criteria for Diagnosing Circadian Rhythm Disorders (33:42) Sensitivity Factors of Circadian Rhythms (34:58) The Significance of Meal Timing in Circadian Rhythms (39:30) Circadian Rhythms: Their Relation to Cholesterol and Blood Pressure (43:41) Exploring the Link Between Circadian Disruption, DNA Damage, and Cancer Risk (46:49) Circadian Disruption and Its Role in Chronic Disease Risk (49:34) Time-Restricted Eating and Metabolic Health (55:22) Outro (1:06:09) To connect with Dr Satchin Panda, you can find him on Twitter and read his peer-reviewed papers on his profile. To learn more about circadian biology, his books, The Circadian Code and The Circadian Diabetes Code, are an incredible resource. You can also better understand your circadian rhythm while contributing to research with Dr Panda's app, myCircadianClock. Optimise your health with InsideTracker's biomarker analysis. Get exclusive access to InsideTracker's new ApoB test, and a significant discount at insidetracker.com/simon. Enjoy, friends. Simon Want to support the show? The best way to support the show is to use the products and services offered by our sponsors. To check them out, and enjoy great savings, visit theproof.com/friends. You can also show your support by leaving a review on the Apple Podcast app and/or sharing your favourite episodes with your friends and family. Simon Hill, MSc, BSc (Hons) Creator of theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon Hill Author of The Proof is in the Plants Watch the episodes on YouTube or listen on Apple/Spotify Connect with me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Nourish your gut with my Plant-Based Ferments Guide Download my complimentary Two-Week Meal Plan and high protein Plant Performance recipe book
Ever wondered what travel can do to your gut? In this bonus episode of the Biohacking Superhuman podcast, we shed light on the impact of frequent travel on our microbiomes and stress the importance of maintaining balance. Neglecting this balance can wreak havoc on our gut health, so we've incorporated various tools to help keep our microbiomes in check. We also delve into the world of GLP-1 agonists and highlight the significance of adequate protein intake for muscle mass maintenance. The episode wraps up with our favorite dietary strategies and supplements. We reveal the strategies that have worked for us, and how these could potentially help you on your journey to optimal health and aging gracefully. Dr. Amie Hornaman “The Thyroid-Fixer”, is host to the top-rated podcast in medicine and alternative health: The Thyroid Fixer™, with listeners around the globe. She is the founder of The Institute for Thyroid and Hormone Optimization, an organization with transformational, proven approaches to address thyroid dysfunction and support people in returning to full health. Dr. Amie is also the creator of The Fixxr™ Supplement line with revolutionary, proprietary supplements that are changing the lives of many people. Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible: Apollo: Go to apolloneuro.com/nat and use code NAT50 to save $50. Find more from Nathalie: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmholC48MqRC50UffIZOMOQ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/biohackingsuperhumanperformance Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathalieniddam/ Website: NatNiddam.com Join Nat's Membership Community: https://www.natniddam.com/bsp-community Work with Nat: Book Your 20 Minute Optimization Consult: https://calendly.com/nniddam/intro-call?month=2021-08 Find more from Dr. Amie Hornaman: Website: https://dramiehornaman.com/en-ca Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dramiehornaman/ What we discuss: (0:00:03) - In-Depth Discussion on Nutrition and Health (0:07:14) - Travel's Impact on the Microbiome (0:17:38) - Managing PCOS, Diabetes, and Muscle Building (0:23:00) - GLP1 Agonist and Muscle Loss Effects (0:36:13) - Supplement Protocols and Dietary Strategies (0:49:44) - Optimal Health and Aging Strategies
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There are some mistakes that almost all podcasters make, tune in with Ash and Kane to find out what they are and how you can avoid making them. They focus on everything from your artwork and show notes to how to give valuable content to create an engaged audience. KEY TAKEAWAYS Follow this podcast! Don't miss out on free, high quality advice. Bad intros: intros that are pre-recorded and generic are outdated and boring. They encourage listeners to skip. Record an intro after you have interviewed a guest so you can highlight the relevant points about them. Don't just read their cv or bio. Neglecting the show notes and titles. These are your opportunity to create great SEO and content. Be authentic, be you. Bad artwork. People who don't know you will click on your podcast because of your artwork and title, don't underestimate the importance of your artwork. Doing too much. It's best to focus on certain tasks and add them into your schedule, then build up to doing more. Trying to please everyone. You can't and in the process you will lose the audience you really want. Don't hold back your content, give good valuable content without a paywall. BEST MOMENTS ‘If you do have interviews don't read their cv out' ‘Your artwork needs to be big, bold, clear and if it's going to have your photo on it make sure it's high res' ‘If you don't spend money on anything else spend money on a designer to do your artwork' ‘Pleasing everyone just results in pleasing nobody, be more niche' ‘If you want to stand out, create niche content' VALUABLE RESOURCES Patreon Website EPISODES TO CHECK OUT NEXT Podcast Production - The Cost of the Wrong Choice How to Launch a Number 1 Podcast - Part 1 ABOUT THE HOSTS Kane Baron & Ashley Morris run the UK's first and largest Podcast Agency, Progressive Media. They specialise in planning, launching, and Growing Podcasts that Generate Leads, Revenue and Business opportunities as well as helping Experts and Entrepreneurs improve Credibility and Positioning within their niche to Scale their Personal Brand and Business. Kane and Ashley manage over 100 Podcasters every week Including Rob Moore, Kevin Clifton and Dapper Laughs. They have supported hundreds of Podcasts in generating tens of Millions in combined Revenue. Progressive Media have provided Production, Marketing and Consultancy services to help creators Launch, Scale & Monetise their Podcast for over 7 years. CONNECT & CONTACT Instagram LinkedIn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to start a podcast, podcasting, hosting, downloads, monetisation, content creation, repurposing, video, youtube, tiktok, instagram, social media marketing, growth, consumption,: https://progressivemedia.uk/This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
A 2023 study found that strength training with dumbbells is the 2nd most popular fitness trend of the year. Which is great! I love seeing people picking up heavy weights and getting strong. But let's break this study down a little more and talk about the pros and cons (yes cons) to focusing on strength training. ❖ Plan Smart Eat Real ❖
In this episode of "Rejuvenaging with Dr. Ron Kaiser," Dr. Ron discusses the concept of "The Continuum of Living." This is a solo episode rather than his more typical format of interviewing a guest. He aims to challenge the traditional notion of life stages and encourages listeners to see life as an ongoing continuum. Here are the key takeaways from the podcast:The Continuum of Living: Dr. Ron introduces the idea of viewing life as a continuum rather than dividing it into distinct stages. He believes that compartmentalizing life into stages can lead to missed opportunities for growth and well-being.Breaking Down Age-Related Barriers: Dr. Kaiser discusses how society often assigns specific tasks and expectations to different age groups, which can limit personal development. He emphasizes that certain healthy habits, such as learning, exercise, and social engagement, should not be exclusive to any age group.Lifelong Learning: He stresses the importance of lifelong learning, especially in an era of rapid technological advancements. Continuously acquiring new knowledge and skills can help individuals adapt to changing circumstances and stay mentally sharp.Physical Health and Nutrition: Dr. Ron highlights the significance of maintaining physical health and a balanced diet throughout one's life. Neglecting these aspects in earlier years can lead to health problems in later life.Social Engagement: Maintaining social connections is crucial for emotional well-being and longevity. Loneliness can be detrimental to health, especially in the later years of life.Building Blocks of Life: he encourages listeners to see each life stage as a building block that contributes to the next stage. This perspective promotes a sense of continuity and a commitment to personal growth throughout life.A Healthy and Happy Life: The podcast concludes with the idea that viewing life as a continuum, rather than distinct stages, can lead to a longer, happier, and more productive life. Dr. Kaiser invites listeners to become advocates for this perspective and to share it with others.In summary, "The Continuum of Living" podcast episode by Dr. Ron Kaiser encourages listeners to embrace a holistic, lifelong approach to personal growth, health, and happiness. By breaking down age-related barriers and adopting a mindset of continuous development, individuals can lead more fulfilling lives and inspire future generations to do the same.Check Dr. Ron's Website:http://www.drron-kaiser.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.