In this episode, our guest, (Founder & CEO of Sapient) - Dr. Jain is a physician-scientist with more than 20 years of expertise in physiology, biomedicine, engineering, computational biology, and mass spectrometry-based metabolomics. He formed and managed Jain Laboratory at the University of California San Diego, where he guided a multi-disciplinary research team to develop next-generation rapid liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (rLC-MS) systems to probe the non-genetic landscape of disease across large-scale human studies.Talking Points: 3 reasons genetics alone are not enough to personalize medicine. New methods for biomarker discovery, validation, & translation for clinical impact. The pitfalls of drug development and how they should be improved. Guest - Dr. Mohit Jainwww.sapient.bio TwitterLinkedInYouTubeWebHost - Hillary Blackburn, PharmD, MBA www.hillaryblackburn.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/hillary-blackburn-67a92421/ @talktoyourpharmacist for Instagram and Facebook @HillBlackburn Twitter/X ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
On The Hot Slice podcast this week is veteran pizza maker/pizzeria owner Joe Carlucci. Joe owns Valentina's Pizzeria & Wine Bar in Madison, Alabama. He followed up first-place win in the Traditional Division at last year's International Pizza Expo with a Non-Traditional victory this year. He went on to win and be named Pizza Maker of the Year. This is the first time in challenge history that a competitor has won categories back-to-back and nabbed the Pizza Maker of the Year title. See Joe's reaction speech to being named Pizza Maker of the Year on Pizza Today's Instagram Reel.Born in the Bronx and raised in Carmel, New York, Joe studied under Tony Gemignani for 15 years and was a founding member of the World Pizza Champions. He is a six-time World Pizza Champion and three-time World Champion Pizza Acrobat. Joe is a Guinness World Record holder for largest pizza base spun in one minute measures 72 cm (28.35 in) and world's highest pizza toss using 20 ounces of dough at 21 feet and 5 inches into the air. Carlucci has appeared several times on national TV shows – such as, The Today Show, Martha & Snoop, Master Chef Kids, Best In DoughJoe transplanted to Alabama to open Joe's World Famous Pizza in Madison. His latest pizzeria, Named after his daughter, Valentina's Pizzeria & Wine Bar opened in 2020. Valentina's is expanding into a new 4,000 square foot building in four months.The Hot Slice Podcast host and Pizza Today Executive Editor Denise Greer has an in-depth conversation with Joe, focused on the following areas:His International Pizza Challenge winsHolding the title of Pizza Maker of the YearCompeting on an international stageThe winning pizzasHow the wins have impacted businessManaging sales volume increaseCareer struggles and triumphsCareer mentorsPhilosophies and motivationsValentina's staffGrowth and expansion into a new spaceAdvice for other pizza prosAbout the International Pizza ChallengeThe International Pizza Challenge is held annually in the spring at International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas. Competitors battled head-to-head to find out who makes the best pizza in the world. We had five best pizza divisions: Traditional, Non-Traditional, Pan, CMAB California Style and Neapolitan/STG which will be represented in the pizza bake-off that will showcase 200 of the world's best pizza makers and thousands of dollars in cash prizes.
Casey Mericle is a real estate investor out of Missouri who specializes in deal structuring, negotiating, and putting people and resources together to solve real estate puzzles. He's been in real estate for about 15 years now and has done hundreds of deals. We discuss: How to find out what a seller wants Note structures Walkable debt Nontraditional negotiating Creative ways to finalize deals We'd appreciate you filling out our audience survey, so we can continuously work on providing relevant content to our listeners. https://www.thefortpod.com/survey Links Casey on Twitter/X Casey's mentor: Jack Shea Topics (00:00:00) - Intro (00:03:55) - Poker & real estate (00:05:02) - How do you find out what a seller wants? (00:10:24) - Installment sales (00:14:13) - Characteristics of deals Casey plays in (00:15:33) - Sourcing deals (00:19:31) - Why is now the best time for seller-financing? (00:21:07) - Note structures (00:23:26) - Walkable debt (00:27:18) - Foreclosing on yourself (00:33:32) - Nontraditional negotiating (00:42:25) - What do you know that most people in RE don't? (00:46:29) - Thoughts on the market (00:49:28) - Paying more to a seller than the asking price (00:51:14) - Creative ways to get things done (01:07:07) - Building trust with people (01:08:30) - Creating debt and making money off the debt rather than the deal Support our Sponsors Better Pitch: https://bit.ly/42d9L0I RE Cost Seg: https://bit.ly/3oC7JcY Fort Capital: https://bit.ly/FortCapital Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Chris on Social Media: Twitter: https://bit.ly/3BYIjcH LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/45gIkFd Watch The Fort on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3oynxNX Visit our website: https://bit.ly/43SOvys Leave a review on Apple: https://bit.ly/45crFD0 Leave a review on Spotify: https://bit.ly/3Krl9jO The FORT is produced by Johnny Podcasts
(00:12) Clean Tech and Disrupting Energy Market(06:15) Community Solar and Renewable Energy Innovation(15:37) Data Platform and Energy Transformation(24:21) Acquisitions, Integration, and Board Composition(29:05) Startup Board Management and Risk Balancing(35:51) Leadership, Growth Mindset, and Overcoming Challenges(42:18) Connecting Through Cold Emails(00:12) Clean Tech and Disrupting Energy Market We discuss Energy 101 today with Kate Hemington, co-founder and COO of Arcadia Power. Kate has a degree from the University of Oxford and a background in corporate litigation, making her well-equipped to tackle the energy industry. We talk about energy being a regulated monopoly, the trillions of dollars in the market, and how Arcadia is bringing digitization opportunities. We also discuss the unique perspective of having a legal and policy background and how it allowed them to get into the market and innovate. Kieran and Kate bring their own experience with energy policy and law, respectively, to the conversation. (06:15) Community Solar and Renewable Energy Innovation We enter the complex world of community solar. She explains how the state incentivizes third party developers to build renewable power sources and how Arcadia simplifies the process by giving customers a guaranteed savings rate. We understand how electricity works and why community solar is a guaranteed win for the customer, as well as how it's helping to displace dirty electrons with clean ones. (15:37) Data Platform and Energy Transformation We chat about the potential of retrofitting four billion machines to achieve maximum decarbonization. We explore how the market has shifted in the last 15 years, with over 90% of new electrons produced in the US being renewable. We also discuss how Arcadia's data platform, Arc, is providing other companies with data, such as EV manufacturers and solar developers, to help their customers with micro decisions. Finally, we consider how Arcadia is managing its mission and culture with its switch to serving enterprises. (24:21) Acquisitions, Integration, and Board Composition We discuss acquisitions and product integration. We explore the importance of growth and expansion, and how to know when an acquisition is right. We examine the challenges of integrating products, the risks of taking on too much too soon, and the importance of understanding a company and its culture before making an acquisition. We also look at the value of an independent board member, and the importance of having a plan when it comes to acquisitions. (29:05) Startup Board Management and Risk Balancing We explore risk management and cash management. Kate shares how they've become better at board management, and how to let board members know what you need from them. We discuss how macroeconomic events have led to a guard your flank mentality, but how regulated line of revenue has given them a floor. We also talk about how the energy transition is a larger market than the macroeconomic events and how it has helped them to be aggressive in a down environment. Finally, Kate shares her thoughts on tight times and how it has created a renewed focus. (35:51) Leadership, Growth Mindset, and Overcoming Challenges We explore the importance of understanding growth mindset and being comfortable with discomfort. We also look at the importance of communication in building a successful team and how to effectively manage people. Kate shares her experience of bringing a global operations team together and the challenges of leading a co-founder. Finally, we look at the moment of surprise when the team received five cease and desist letters from utilities and how they overcame the challenge. (42:18) Connecting Through Cold Emails The power of cold emails. We emphasize the importance of making connections, and provide advice on how to maximize reaching out to potential contacts. Tap into the power of cold emails and take the opportunity to make meaningful connections. Don't forget to subscribe to Between Two COOs and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts to share your thoughts and help spread the word. Kate on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-henningsen/Episode: https://betweentwocoos.com/arcadia-power-coo-kate-hennigsenArcadia Power: https://www.arcadia.com/Michael Koenig on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-koenig514
This week, we have another new guest, LG Collier, who shares Brennan's experience of being a father while also a full-time student. We talk about our experiences as showing up in ways that aren't necessarily common according to societal standards and how we navigate the pressures we feel in that. We have a fruitful conversation about presence, masculinity, and prioritizing family. As always brotha, we hope you feel seen. Follow and subscribe if you like what you're hearing! Follow Brennan Allan Steele on IG @iambrennansteele Find "breathe: a guided healing journal for black men" on Amazon or any online bookstore. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/aspacetobreathe/support
Rock always celebrates Thanksgiving with his family the Saturday before Thanksgiving. What's your non-traditional turkey day tradition? How about Kyle whose family does Cranberry Jello shots to start their meal. If someone brings up an unpopular subject, more shots!
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Continuing our conversation with warrior, Jenny Jones from S1E27. Jenny lives with two rare, chronic conditions called Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) and Short Bowel Syndrome and more recently was diagnosed with Post-Concussion Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Esophageal Dysmotility. Due to FAP, she underwent a total colectomy at age nine. Complications resulted in six additional surgeries and an eighth surgery to remove her gall bladder. Her genetics and additional factors led Jenny to decide not to have biological children. As fate would have it, she ended up becoming a very involved auntie to her twin nieces and stepmom to her bonus son. Listen to Part Two as Jenny discusses when and how she shares a health crisis with her bonus kid, how she addresses the challenges from her health limitations and being a stepmom and auntie, and more. To learn more about Jenny Jones, her blog, YouTube vlog, children's book, Life's a Polyp with Zeke and Katie or to support The National Organization for Rare Disorders Familial Adenomatous Polyposis Research Fund, go to her website at https://www.lifesapolyp.com.
In today's episode, 4th-year nursing student Yuka and 3rd-year medical students Kento and Takeshi talk about the different kinds of colleges in Japan including nursing, medical, dental, and economics. This is a really fun and enlightening discussion as two of these students had studied previously at different universities prior to choosing medical college. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-blodgett5/message
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Let's catch up with warrior, Jenny Jones from S1E27. Jenny lives with two rare, chronic conditions called Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) and Short Bowel Syndrome and more recently was diagnosed with Post-Concussion Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Esophageal Dysmotility. Due to FAP, she underwent a total colectomy at age nine. Complications resulted in six additional surgeries and an eighth surgery to remove her gall bladder. Her genetics and additional factors led Jenny to decide not to have biological children. As fate would have it, she ended up becoming a very involved auntie to her twin nieces and stepmom to her bonus son. Tune in to Part One as Jenny fills us in on her health journey, shares her decision on kids and how she manages her many conditions as a stepmom and auntie. To learn more about Jenny Jones, her blog, YouTube vlog, children's book, Life's a Polyp with Zeke and Katie or to support The National Organization for Rare Disorders Familial Adenomatous Polyposis Research Fund, go to her website at https://www.lifesapolyp.com.
Ryan and Dale bring in the project leader for the HL Angus Division, Hernan Baldassarre. The curtain is pulled back on the obstacles and the successes of bringing Argentina Angus-based genetics to the United States.
Hey everyone, we are entering one of my favorite seasons of the year, and are just coming off the whimsical shenanigans of Halloween, which is my son's favorite holiday. And I have just a delightful treat in store for you today, where I interview one of my colleagues and student ambassadors for my Herbal Training program. Dr. Sarah Shore Anderson is the founder of ThriveRx Consulting, LLC. She designs clinical teams and strategy for novel, collaborative wellness solutions within health tech start-up companies. She utilizes her background in leadership, health coaching, managed care pharmacy, pharmaceutical outcomes, and global health and wellness engagement in the development of integrative, pharmacist-led services. Additionally, Dr. Anderson is an independent consultant with the PharmToTable team where she develops, promotes, and offers functional medicine and health coaching services. Previously, she created a Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Program and Pharmaceutical Outcomes Clinical Manager position at Medica Health Plans, developed the Pharmacist Health Coach role at RedBrick Health/Virgin Pulse, and was a Coaching Team manager managing Pharmacist Health Coaches and Condition Management Nurse Coaches. Dr. Anderson has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree with an emphasis in Leadership from the University of Minnesota, is a Nationally Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach, and Clinical Herbalist. Connect with Sarah Anderson via: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Thrive Rx Consulting IG: @drsarah.thriverx Linked In: Sarah Anderson, PharmD Contact Sarah for a consultation via thriverxconsultingmn.com/consultation Visit https://marinabuksov.com for more holistic content. Music from https://www.purple-planet.com. Disclaimer: Statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.
On this episode of According To Kaz & Queen: A small incident in the Franklin household triggers old wounds and leads to a blowup. That argument brings up old fears, gaslighting, and bad memories. How did The Franklins work through triggers. Also, Queen was out of town 2 days Officiating a wedding. Kaz talks about dealing with separation anxiety and his problems with being alone. Does he have abandonment issues. PLUS: D(eb)ATE NIGHT is coming to Jackson, MS Nov. 24th. #jadapinkett #deionsanders #matthewperry #jacksonstateuniversity #mississippi #blackcreatives #blacklove #blackpodcast #goodthingsjxn #kazandqueen #kundicollective
Key Takeaways: The amount of money invested and the time horizon are significant factors in investment growth. Return on investment includes capital appreciation, dividends, interest, and rental income. Compounding is the magic of investing, allowing for exponential growth over time. Diversification is a risk management tool that helps mitigate potential losses. Market conditions, such as interest rates and inflation, can impact investment returns. Chapters: | **Timestamp** | **Summary** | | ------------- | ----------- | | 0:00:07 | Introduction and disclaimer | | 0:00:39 | Introduction of Philip Washington Jr. | | 0:01:17 | Discussion on what impacts investment growth | | 0:02:01 | Factors that impact investment growth: amount of money invested | | 0:02:41 | Factors that impact investment growth: time horizon | | 0:03:41 | Factors that impact investment growth: return on investment | | 0:06:11 | Explanation of capital appreciation | | 0:07:28 | Explanation of dividends | | 0:09:36 | Explanation of interest | | 0:12:37 | Explanation of compounding | | 0:15:55 | Diversification and compounding in investing | | 0:17:15 | Market conditions and their impact on investments | | 0:19:35 | Tesla as an example of market conditions affecting investments | | 0:22:21 | How to hit a home run in investing | | 0:24:33 | Investing in nontraditional opportunities: music rights, podcast content, etc. | | 0:29:50 | Summary and closing remarks | Powered by Stone Hill Wealth Management Social Media Handles Follow Philip Washington, Jr. on Instagram (@askphillip) Subscribe to Wealth Building Made Simple newsletter https://www.wealthbuildingmadesimple.us/ Thank you for checking out our free content on financial planning, the wealth mindset, and investing in innovation. If you've found value in our blog posts, I invite you to take your knowledge and commitment to the next level. Sign up for our premium paid newsletter today and receive daily insights and expert analysis directly in your inbox. Stay ahead of the curve and unlock the secrets to financial success. Don't miss out on this opportunity to deepen your understanding and gain an edge in the world of finance. Join our premium community now and embark on a journey towards financial abundance and investment excellence. Sign up today and let's grow together! WBMS Premium Subscription Phillip Washington, Jr. is a registered investment adviser. Information presented is for educational purposes only and does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities, investments, or investment strategies. Investments involve risk and, unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed. Be sure to first consult with a qualified financial adviser and/or tax professional before implementing any strategy discussed herein. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.
Did you know there are alternative ways to fund your business growth or acquire other companies beyond traditional bank loans? In this episode, Erik Cabral sits down with Paul Neal of Vantage Point Commercial Capital which uses non-traditional capital and mergers & acquisitions to help entrepreneurs and business owners succeed. Paul shares his unique journey from engineering to entrepreneurship and discusses strategies for business owners looking to expand through strategic partnerships and acquisitions. Don't miss this insightful discussion on unlocking your business's potential through non-traditional funding and M&A. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: Paul's career background Business failure, lessons learned, and resilience Navigating business challenges with a supportive network Business acquisition and expansion strategies Buying and selling businesses with little to no money down Episode Highlights: [17:38] How to Navigate Business Challenges One of the most important lessons in navigating business challenges is to align yourself with like-minded individuals. Building a network of peers, coaches, mentors, and mastermind groups can provide invaluable support during tough times. By surrounding ourselves with a supportive network and seeking mentorship or coaching, we can tap into the collective wisdom and experience of others. Together, we can navigate any business challenge that comes our way and emerge stronger than ever before. [23:58] Business Acquisition and Expansion Strategies Paul discusses several insightful strategies for business acquisitions and expansion through strategic partnerships: Buying complementary businesses to gain synergies, like acquiring related service providers to upsell to your existing customer base. Approaching potential partners/acquisition targets softly by floating a "trial balloon" to gauge interest before formally proposing a deal. Evaluating if an acquisition is a good strategic and cultural fit that can be efficiently integrated. Structuring deals creatively, like seller financing or leveraging the acquiring company's existing equity, to minimize upfront capital needs. Pursuing competitor acquisitions during economic slowdowns when owners may be more willing to sell as a way to consolidate market share. Partner buyouts to allow key employees to take an ownership stake and ensure business continuity. Paul stresses doing due diligence on valuation and cash flow projections. His firm also provides funding options to execute deals smoothly. This allows business owners to expand through strategic non-organic growth. [35:10] Buying and Selling a Businesses with Little to No Money Down Paul explores the possibility of buying and selling businesses with little to no money down, similar to real estate transactions. This can be achieved through seller financing, leveraging existing equity, focusing on customer base and contracts instead of physical assets, utilizing 401k rollovers, and leveraging corporate career skills for business acquisition. By implementing these strategies, sellers can exit smoothly while acquirers can pursue growth without significant upfront cash requirements. However, thorough due diligence is still essential to assess potential cash flow. Resources Mentioned: Vantage Point Commercial Capital Entrepreneurs Circle podcast is an On Air Brands production. On Air Brands is one of the leaders for launch, production, and promotion of top-rated business and real estate investing podcasts. Reach out to On Air Brands here ---> email@example.com Learn more at: www.onairbrands.com Find and follow Erik at: www.erikcabral.co Download Erik's FREE GUIDE to podcasting at: www.erikcabral.co/guide Check out this show and previous inspiring guests at Entrepreneurs Circle in Apple Podcasts. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/erikecabral/support
Creative Non-Traditional Planning To Help Lower Taxes and Increase Net Worth!David Taylor of Taylor Foley Law firm shared with us some of his untique planning strategies to help business owners lessen their tax exposure will increasing their net worth. David's firm is not the traditional law firm, when approaching tax planning. His planning strategies are holistic and deep. His goal is to maximize the yield by reducing the transactional costs and taxes. By doing this the companies value will increase the future multiples. David's expression is “We are aggressive in result but conservative in approach”. The firm's Annual and Capital Tax Mitigation service reviews with clients on an ongoing basis to stay ahead of the tax issues. He also discusses his Annual Tax Mitigation system which is a planning system throughout the calendar year with the advisors of the firms he works with. This is a collaborative effort, and one that puts the client in a better tax position than in the past. Listen as David discusses the many differences in his practice and how he uses his creativity to help in the tax planning area, and the planning area in general. David Glenn Taylor, LL.M.Taylor Foley LLC171 Chruch St- Suite 330Charleston, South Carolina 29401(P)843-723-2000 (f) 843-723-2013Dtaylor@taylorefoleylaw.comWww.taylorfoleylaw.com
This episode is being presented by: Deluca Insurance Group Head to - https://delucainsurance.com/about-us/ With DeLuca Insurance Group, you get a dedicated agent ready to help you make well-informed decisions about protecting your lifestyle. I'm here with the know-how and products to help you manage your family's risks, no matter what stage of life you are in. An open appointment book, along with coverage for everything from home, auto, collector cars and life to farms and businesses, means you can feel good that I'm more your ally than your agent. _____________________________________________ I met Henry through coaching basketball, and on a plane ride back from one of our tournaments, I really got to know him a bit better and it was awesome chatting with him. I knew he needed to share his story on the podcast. In this episode you're going to hear about his route to the professional game. It was not your 'traditional' route for a basketball player. It was one full of ups and downs. It was one full of perseverance. You'll also notice there were some good things that came his way, and he had to be prepared to take advantage of certain situations when they were presented to him. Henry knows what it takes to compete at the next level. He understands the confidence as well that is required to level up your game, and that's why he's now taking all that he knows and pouring into athletes across the state of Idaho. He now runs The Jungle Basketball which you can find here: https://thejunglebasketball.com/ He's training basketball players and helping them elevate their game so they can compete at the highest possible point. If you are interested in working with Henry, make sure to hit him up and check out the website, or you can follow him on Social Media and send him a DM. His Instagram handle is: @_tjbasketball which you can find here: https://www.instagram.com/_tjbasketball/ I hope you all enjoy this awesome interview and that you find as much value out of it as I did! Henry's story is unique and one that needs to be heard! Thanks for tuning in! __________________ Come follow The Gametime Guru on the various social media platforms! Facebook: The Gametime Guru Twitter: @thegametimeguru Instagram: @gametimeguru TikTok: @thegametimeguru
Dr. Kurt Sherwood joins us on the Upper Cervical Marketing Podcast from Restoration Spinal Care in Renton Washington. In this UCM Podcast, Dr. Bill Davis and Dr. Kurt discuss how he was able to find an associate for his upper cervical practice in a nontraditional way. We talked about the importance of adding an associate to increase your capacity especially when you have a waiting list practice. Stay on mission with us and get fired up…no complacency!
Chapter 1 What's Late Bloomers"Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement" is a nonfiction book written by Rich Karlgaard. It explores the idea that success doesn't always come early in life and reveals the advantages of late bloomers. The author presents stories and research to challenge society's obsession with early achievement and highlights the benefits that late bloomers can bring to the world.Chapter 2 Why is Late Bloomers Worth Read"Late Bloomers" by Rich Karlgaard is worth reading for several reasons:1. Empowering Perspective: The book challenges the conventional notion that success is reserved for those who achieve early in life. Karlgaard argues that late bloomers possess unique qualities and capabilities that can lead to remarkable achievements later in life.2. Inspirational Stories: The book features a wide range of real-life stories of individuals who found success later in life, including artists, entrepreneurs, athletes, and scientists. These stories serve as inspiration and motivation for readers who may feel discouraged or behind their peers.3. Rejection of Cultural Bias: Karlgaard challenges the cultural bias that values early success, academic achievements, and traditional milestones as the sole determinants of worth and potential. The book encourages readers to question societal expectations and embrace their own unique path.4. Resilience and Continuous Growth: "Late Bloomers" emphasizes the importance of resilience, continuous learning, and personal growth. It discusses how setbacks, failures, and alternative paths can contribute to later success and fulfillment.5. Practical Advice: The book offers practical advice and strategies for late bloomers, such as cultivating curiosity, finding mentors, embracing failure, and focusing on continuous learning. These insights can help individuals navigate their own journey and unlock their full potential.Overall, "Late Bloomers" challenges societal pressures, embraces individual differences, and celebrates the potential for success at any stage of life. It offers a refreshing perspective and practical guidance for readers who may feel behind or dissatisfied with their current trajectory, making it a worthwhile read.Chapter 3 Late Bloomers Summary"Late Bloomers" is a book written by Rich Karlgaard that explores the idea that success doesn't always come early in life and that there is a benefit to being a late bloomer. Karlgaard argues that society puts too much emphasis on early achievement and that this can lead to missed opportunities for those who take longer to find their footing. He examines the lives of various late bloomers, including artists, entrepreneurs, and athletes, to demonstrate that success can come at any age. The book also looks at the science behind late blooming, discussing the role that brain development and life experiences play in shaping our abilities and potential. Karlgaard presents research that challenges the notion that childhood prodigies are more likely to achieve success, highlighting that many late bloomers have unique skills and perspectives that are valuable in their own right. Throughout the book, Karlgaard offers practical advice for late bloomers and those who support them, emphasizing the importance of perseverance, finding one's passion, and constantly learning and growing. He also explores the idea of finding happiness and fulfillment outside of traditional measures of success. Overall, "Late Bloomers" challenges society's narrow definition of success and encourages readers to embrace their own journey, no matter how long it takes to reach their goals.Chapter 4 Late Bloomers Author
Jordan Clarke played professional basketball for three years overseas before breaking into BCG via an MBA (University of Virginia, Darden School of Business).Hear his inspiring story firsthand on this episode of Strategy Simplified. All the details are here, including:How Jordan optimized his business school choice for breaking into consultingHis open approach to networkingThe importance of putting people first in the recruiting processWhy being decisive about your office choices is criticalThe reason he left BCG to pursue a role at NikeIf you enjoyed Jordan's story and his approach to case interview coaching, find a link below to see his calendar and schedule a 1:1 session.Relevant LinksSee Jordan's coaching calendarJoin Black Belt case prep programFollow Jordan on LinkedInEmail JordanConnect With Us Follow Management Consulted on LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok for the latest updates and industry insights. Email the Strategy Simplified team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or feedback. Partner with us by sponsoring an episode or advertising on Strategy Simplified. Check out our Media Kit for more information.
Are you a job-seeker navigating a big career pivot? Interviewing with a "non-traditional" background can pose a challenge. In today's episode, I sit down with federal agent-turned-career coach, Crystal Barrow, to talk through these challenges and more: How to find the courage to make a big career pivotHow to explain your "non-traditional" background in the job interviewHow to deal with ageism, sexism, racism, and more systemic obstacles along the wayRelated links from today's discussion:HIRED: Bossed Up's Job Search AcceleratorTick HR Solutions: Embracing Non-Traditional Candidates: A Shift In RecruitingConnect with Crystal Barrow on Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/crystalmbarrow/Follow Shape Your Success on FacebookFollow Shape Your Success on InstagramFollow Shape Your Success on TwitterGet instant access to Crystal's workshop, 5 Steps Driven Women Use to Transition to a Dream Job With More Flexibility While Getting Paid What They Deserve AND Without Giving Up Their Soul's PurposeJoin the Bossed Up Courage Community on FacebookJoin the Bossed Up Group on LinkedIn
Danielle Melton is an accomplished executive leader, working mom coach, foster care and adoption advocate, and a global visionary for working mothers. She's also the founder of MOTHERboard Society (MBS), a subscription-based program tailored to combat burnout and promote wellness among working mothers. Today Danielle is going to talk about her non-traditional road to motherhood. For more on Danielle and MOTHERboard Society visit: www.motherboardsociety.com This episode is sponsored by The Table Tyke, a silicone placement mat with a table-edge bumper that creates a safe gnawing and teething experience for babies and toddlers. The multi-use, reusable, mat is not only BPA free, but dishwasher and microwave safe. Visit www.thetabletyke to get your mat today! *If you've received value from any of my podcasts I'd love for you to head over to Apple and leave an encouraging review. These reviews help other moms find my podcast. They're also uplifting to read! Just go to Apple podcasts, scroll down to “Ratings and Reviews,” and tap to rate and write a review. Thank you in advance! Follow Tinseltown Mom! TinseltownMom Blog Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn
Sometimes, you have to overcome a lot of obstacles to make your dreams happen and it takes a lot of perseverance. In this episode, I'm sharing my conversation with Vanessa Alcala to talk about her journey into private practice and the perseverance it took for her to get there. Vanessa knew that she wanted to start a business and after graduation in January of 2023, she participated in our private practice boot camp and then decided to invest in the Start program to avoid wasting time and money. Now, just eight months into her private practice journey, she's sharing how it's going. We discuss the clinical populations that she works with, where she sees her clients, what services she offers, and her desire to eventually have a small team of culturally responsive SLPs. Woven through this episode are discussions about the need for more minority and bilingual SLPs in the field and the importance of showcasing diverse role models in private practice, and I am so excited to share it with you today. Vanessa Alcala, M.S. CCC-SLP, CDP is the owner and founder of Vital Therapies, a bilingual Speech Therapy private practice serving adolescents and adults. Vanessa is a Dementia Caregiver consultant and SLP Coach who is passionate about serving the bilingual community. Vanessa is also the co-creator of Sip & Social, which creates opportunities for connection and collaboration for female entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry by hosting social networking events throughout the Tampa Bay area.It is her mission to provide a holistic approach to speech therapy by utilizing evidence-based and culturally sensitive practices with clients, parents, caregivers, and families. In Today's Episode, We Discuss:Vanessa's journey to become an SLP and eventually a private practitionerThe naysayers Vanessa overcame to get to where she is todayHow Vanessa knew she wanted her own business so early in her careerWhat made Vanessa decide to sign up for the boot camp and Start programVanessa's mentality as a business ownerThe power of having a network of peers to interact with as a business ownerWhat her private practice looks like nowThe flexibility you get with a private practiceWhat you need to do when you're feeling imposter syndromeVanessa's plans for the futureI hope you enjoyed this conversation with Vanessa! She is a perfect example of someone who persevered and had a dream and went for it. I love that she got that LLC right after grad school so that she had it when she was ready. I can't tell you the amount of young clinicians who are pursuing private practice early in their careers. As long as you have something to bring to the table, there is no need to wait to start your private practice.We would love to work with you to get set up, started and seeing clients just like we helped Vanessa in the Start Your Private Practice program! For more information and to enroll, please visit StartYourPrivatePractice.com.Whether you want to start a private practice or grow your existing private practice, I can help you get the freedom, flexibility, fulfillment, and financial abundance that you deserve. Visit my website www.independentclinician.com to learn more.Resources Mentioned: Visit Vanessa's website: https://www.vitaltherapiesfl.com/Follow Vanessa on Instagram:
In this episode we sit down with an SBC alum, Ty, who just completed his first year at Darden and a summer internship with Bain & Company. Ty comes from a somewhat untraditional background—with a focus on music and social change—and shares lots of great information about his experiences at Darden and his transition to the world of consulting, including: The best decision he made during his first year, Balancing his marriage and being a father while in school, One thing he would do differently about his first year, Suggestions for those wanting to make the most out of their internship experience, Tips for those wanting to break into consulting, and Advice about taking risks while at B school. This podcast is a must for anyone interested in making the most out of their first year, anyone applying with an untraditional background, or anyone transitioning into the world of consulting.
Announcements: Group Coaching Sept 12- $500 for 3-months (works out to $165/mo and my 1:1 weekly coaching is $500, so you can see the price difference there) Go to valerieihsan.com/shopping DISCOUNT: podcast (10% off) Early registration for the 2024 retreat opens November 1 for the public, but EARLY access to the Early Bird registration is Oct 1 (next month) so if want early access for sold out tickets, become a patron this month. I'm in a new anthology by Tsunami Press with my essay "Eye Contact." You can preorder at http://www.tsunamibooks.org/shop/pre-order-tsunami-press-first-anthology Due out the beginning of October 2023. Preorder of Season of the Shadow up now. (Erick's new title.) I'M READING: The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry Harness: A Systemic Approach: Guaranteed to Revolutionize Your Coaching by Tess Cope Erick's Reading: In the Woods by Tana French Parable of the Sower (Zach Jeffries) Show Notes: Zachary Jeffries hails from the southeastern United Sates where his first jobs were lawn mower, pizza cook, and stable hand. His overactive imagination and love for reading led to to various routes of storytelling through improv, screenwriting, and the Chicago theatre scene. After working under a myriad of names, Jeffries now writes contemporary Young Adult fantasy brimming with tropes, humor, and action. Along with The Unseen Curse and Angel of Fate, Jeffries also publishes middle grade books under the pen name Z Jeffries. You can read books from either pseudonym by signing up at ZJeffries.com. Romantasy: high fantasy with romantic story K-letics says paranormal romance trending down; fantasy romance trending up Host TikTok Live every week, Mondays @JeffriesBooks 9:30 p.m. Eastern The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater Holly Black books Writers group started every meeting with a ten minute writing prompt. Didn't like it. Didn't want to put words into something else besides WIP. Caused self-doubt. Moved. Started new group. New prompts: seed for current WIP--fits any projects. Look at your WIP with new lens. Started giving Nanowrimo talks with writing prompts. #Zprompt (TikTok) neurodivergent folks appreciate these prompts because of hyper focus engaging in a traditional writing prompt. Zach's newsletters have writing prompts at the end. Book is based on prompts per story elements. Can use the book prompts for drafting or editing. Sometimes you don't have writing momentum. Strategy: step back and focus on something different (character relationships; plot on auto-pilot) How the character hides a secret, for instance. Visual media's focus of the camera is interesting. Someone asked for THE BOOK. Boredom is good. Think about one aspect that is different from the movie you just watched. (CopLand fave movie.) Neuro-divergent writer as a long-time critique partner, gives great feedback. Used autistic and ADHD beta readers for this book. Re-organizing the ebook with hyper-links in order to make the prompts accessible throughout the book, in multiple elements. (Making it easier to jump around the book.) Found the audience for something in an organic way. Catching the Big Fish by David Lynch (follow the idea) Can you use this prompting to decide if a story idea has legs? If you love the story, the story prompts can help. Story development exercise at back of book. Help with outlining. More books are coming. Book on preorder now. (Wide.) Break Through to "The End": Practical Writing Prompts to Elevate Your Work-in-Progress Scene-by-Scene by Zach Jeffries ZJeffries.com Urban fantasy with sweet romance: The Unseen Curse Angel of God's End by Zachary Jeffries (preorder)
On this episode of the podcast, Diamond Towns joins us to share key tips on how non-traditional income earners can build consistent savings. Diamond has a deep passion to help others gain confidence and feel empowered by their money. Most financial advice is centered around making more money—and understandably so— but she's found that developing the skillset of managing your money is just as important as increasing your income. Diamond works with non-traditional earners helping them optimize their income, gain control of their financial futures, and reduce financial stress by creating a financial plan aligned with their goals. WHAT DIAMOND DISCUSSED: - What inspired her to focus on non-traditional income earners and their challenges with building consistent savings - How gig workers, freelancers, and entrepreneurs can create a budget that accommodates their variable income streams while still allowing for consistent savings - Practical tips for creating an emergency fund when your income fluctuates month-to-month - Advice if you are transitioning from a traditional 9-to-5 job to a non-traditional income source regarding building consistent savings during the transition period AND MUCH MORE HOW TO KEEP UP WITH DIAMOND: On Instagram: www.instagram.com/moneycoachdiamond Via her website: https://diamondwealthgroup.lpages.co/blaze/ ❤ Get the best-selling Clever Girl Finance Books: clevergirlfinance.com/books ❤ Get access to 30+ free courses, worksheets, savings challenges, and our favorite banking resources: clevergirlfinance.com/course-packages/ ❤ Read the Clever Girl Finance Blog: clevergirlfinance.com/blog ❤ Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
Have you ever wondered what the world of non-traditional relationships looks like? Join me in a journey through the labyrinth of non-monogamy and ethical non-traditional relationships with my esteemed guests, Gail Lynn and Jess Lynn. These two phenomenal relationship coaches share their personal experiences and insights into this often misunderstood terrain. From polyamory to swinging, we're breaking down preconceived notions and societal expectations, aiming to illuminate the myriad ways love can manifest. Join us for an educational and heartfelt exploration of the beautiful diversity of love and relationships. Key Takeaways:Non-traditional relationships encompass a wide range of relationship styles, including polyamory, swinging, and open relationships.Non-traditional relationships require open and honest communication, as well as setting boundaries that work for all parties involved.Jealousy is a common emotion in non-traditional relationships, but it can be addressed through effective communication and understanding.Non-traditional relationships can face societal and cultural pressures, but it's important to find supportive communities and spaces.Diversity, intersectionality, and inclusivity are important considerations in non-traditional relationship coaching, and coaches should create a safe and inclusive space for clients.Advice for Those Considering Non-Traditional Relationships:Take it slow and approach non-traditional relationships with curiosity.Seek out resources, communities, and coaches who can provide guidance and support.Prioritize open and honest communication with all parties involved.Be prepared to navigate societal and cultural pressures, and find supportive spaces and communities.Guest Information:Gail Lynn Relationship Coach, specializing in non-traditional partnerships & Founder of Relationships Evolving https://relationshipsevolving.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/relationships_evolving/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RelationshipsEvolvingJess Lynn Non-Monogamy Relationship Coach, Licensed Therapist & Founder of Both And Coaching. Jess is passionate about helping others to create healthy communication patterns with themselves, partners(s), and others so that they can design and embrace their relationship(S) dreams!https://www.bothandcoaching.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nonmonogamous_newbies/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090313045966 Intro:“Welcome To The Kandid Shop” by Anthony Nelson aka BUSShttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/buss/252316338Thank you for tuning in to this episode of The Kandid Shop. If you enjoyed this conversation, be sure to subscribe and leave a review. Stay tuned for more Kandid conversations in the future!Support the showIntro Music by: Anthony Nelson aka BUSShttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/buss/252316338Keep it Safe, Keep it healthy & Keep it Kandid!www.thekandidshop.comIG, FB & Tiktok: @thekandidshoppodcast
In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board members Red Russak welcome Jorie Kirschbaum Hynes (T-Mobile), Austin Morton (MN8 Energy), and Emily Claire Palmer (Wrapbook) to talk about transitioning to PM when you come from a non-traditional background. Transitioning to PM from a non-traditional background can be challenging but rewarding. While many PMs come from technical or business backgrounds, individuals with diverse experiences, such as design, marketing, or even unrelated fields like teaching or healthcare, can bring unique perspectives and skills to the role. To make this transition successfully, it's essential to acquire relevant knowledge through courses or self-study, network with professionals in the field, and highlight transferable skills like problem-solving, communication, and empathy during the job application process. Embracing your non-traditional background can set you apart and contribute to innovative product development. Disclaimer: All opinions of the speakers are their own. What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 06:41 Number one mistake of people transitioning to PM from a non-traditional background 09:48 What do you wish you knew when you were starting out in PM? 13:35 Frustrating process of transitioning to PM 16:24 Domain knowledge 19:23 Overcoming the biggest challenge coming from a non-traditional background 25:07 The most valuable skill from your background that's valuable now as a PM 28:33 How to find PM jobs? 33:58 Optimizing your resume when transitioning to PM 39:32 The different corporate cultures and their impacts on a PM's responsibilities and work style 44:37 Do you need to a second MBA to get into PM? 49:25 Final thoughts
Cade Parian of the Parian Lawyers Firm based in Carrolton, GA joins the podcast this week. Cade is 3rd generation Carrolton and he exemplifies what it means to be entrenched in, and serve, his community. We talk about the set up of Cade's firm and the “non-traditional” approach he takes to his cases and his firm. What you see is what you get with Cade and its great to hear how views his practice, his firm and his approach to his clients and community. As Cade says:“I hate to sound like a country song, but a lot of them tell the truth. The people of West Georgia and East Alabama are my people. We get each other. I understand the hardships that a death, injury or arrest can cause these folks. I am one of them. Dig hard. Get dirty. Complete the job.”Cade has recently joined Miles Mediation as a mediator so we discuss that transition in his practice and why he felt a calling to mediate. We learn how he views the mediation process and why it can be so effective. Cade has never met a microphone or a stage that he didn't like. In fact, he may even by the one person out there who talks more than I do. From being an auctioneer to announcing Carrolton HS Football Games to everything in between, Cade talks about his approach to public speaking and the outlet it gives him. As an wannabe sports announcer myself, we go deep into his football broadcasts. We even fit some clothing talk in to the hour … vests and athleisure wear as preferred over suits and ties. Cade has a new born baby at home so we want to especially thank him for shaking off those sleepless nights and coming in and spending time with us. This is a great hour with a great guy that you will not want to miss. As always, this episode is powered by the J. Stein Law Firm – www.jsteinlawfirm.com – a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, GA. If you enjoy the podcast please leave us a 5 Star Review and hit that subscribe button!
In this episode I speak with Megan Nosol, PA-S2 about her journey to PA school. From a speech pathology career to being decelerated in her program. Check her out hereTry Nom Nom today, go to (https://zen.ai/thepaexperience1) and get 50% off your first order plus free shipping.Or go to nomnomnow.com and use discount code: paexperienceReady to shop better hydration, use my special link (https://zen.ai/paexperience) to save 20% off anything you order.Or go to liquid-iv.com and use discount code: PAexperience
Do you ever look at someone in your life and wonder how they ended up in such a "weird" career? There are people doing non-traditional work all around us, but it often feels so foreign and intimidating. In today's episode, host Travis Shelton explores this topic through the lens of his own fascination with people who have non-traditional work. Through his many conversations, and inspiration from his friend Savannah, we discuss the top factors these non-traditional workers attribute to their career path. If you have questions or would like to connect with us outside of the podcast, here's where you can find us: Daily Blog: https://travisshelton.com/blog YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCasnj17-bOl_CZ0Cb9czmyQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meaning_over_money Travis's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/travis_shelton_ Travis's website: https://www.travisshelton.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/meaning-over-money/message
Today's Episode Dr. Raj talks with Dr. Khankhanian about how Chiropractic and Neurology have intertwined in his medical practice, the unique challenges that come up with each phenotype of concussion, and how holistic and Western medicine coexist in his own practice to find non-traditional ways of treating Post-Concussion Syndrome. Today's Guest Dr. Joseph Khankhanian was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, where he completed and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology/BioEthics from American Jewish University. Dr. Khankhanian has always been passionate about natural medicine and holistic approaches to managing health. This is why he decided to continue his education and complete his graduate studies at Life Chiropractic College West in the San Francisco Bay Area. There, he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic and decided to continue his postdoctoral studies at the Carrick Institute. He further specialized in Clinical Neuroscience and received his Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). He has taken over 400 hours of coursework on neurological rehabilitation and Functional Medicine/Nutrition, and is currently in pursuit of a Fellowship in Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition (FABNN). With his extensive doctorate and post-doctorate training, Dr. Khankhanian has helped many patients return to or find their optimal selves without drugs or surgery. He has worked through many challenging cases and has achieved remarkable results with his patients. He specializes in Traumatic Brain Injury, Migraines & Headaches, Dizziness & Vertigo, Developmental Disorders, Chronic Pain, and Autoimmune & Metabolic Illnesses. As a "Root Cause" clinician, his only goal is to help his patients find the source of their issues and to fix it permanently. Every patient is unique, and by using the latest research-grade technology, he is able to create a care plan that is tailored to each patient. Instead of taking the batteries out of the smoke alarm, Dr. Khankhanian looks to put out the fire. Dr. Khankhanian's core belief is that holistic care is the future of medicine. His mission is to share his knowledge and practices of this life changing medicine with his patients. When he's not in the office, Dr. Khankhanian enjoys playing golf, singing, riding bikes, watching NBA, playing board games, and working out. He loves dogs and has a Maltipoo of his own named Oscar. About Dr. Raj Dr Raj is a quadruple board-certified physician and associate professor at the University of Southern California. He was a co-host on the TNT series Chasing the Cure with Ann Curry, a regular on the TV Show The Doctors for the past 7 seasons and has a weekly medical segment on ABC news Los Angeles. Want more Dr. Raj? Check out the Beyond the Pearls lecture series! The Ultimate High Yield Bundle: The complete review of high-yield clinical medicine topics necessary for graduate medical education board exams including NBME, USMLE Steps 1/2/3, ITE and ABIM Boards. You can also listen to the Beyond the Pearls podcast. Check out our other shows: Physiology by Physeo Step 1 Success Stories The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast The InsideTheBoards Podcast Produced by Ars Longa Media To learn more about us and this podcast, visit arslonga.media. You can leave feedback or suggestions at arslonga.media/contact or by emailing email@example.com. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan and Erin McCue. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional or medical advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's estimated that between 22-28 million Americans live in recovery from substance abuse but these individuals often struggle to maintain employment despite its proven role in successful recovery, placing them within the "anonymous and available" workforce. In this episode we sit down with Mike Thibideau of Invest Hamilton County to discuss how the addiction epidemic is quickly becoming a workforce issue, best practices for developing second chance policies for those who relapse, advice for employers looking to hire, accommodate, and retain employees suffering from substance abuse, as well as how this issue falls under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Launched in the Summer of 2020... Introducing the Non Traditional Podcast.Join Anastasia and Jenn as they talk to artist, journalists, athletes and more about their unique paths to success and their advice to help you get there. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I love how cannabis connects people from all backgrounds, professions and walks of life! Mir Harris is a very successful black woman not only thriving in her personal and professional life … but also consumes cannabis! Take a listen as we dive into how Mir incorporates cannabis into her lifestyle as a prominent figure in the music industry. You can check out Mir's IG : @meremir
Want to gain valuable insights into the current state of gun ownership and the efforts being made to protect gun rights? In this episode of Tactical Business, host Wade Skalsky sits down with Chuck Rossi of Open Source Defense to discuss the importance of addressing problems through reasonable solutions rather than ideological beliefs. Open Source Defense is a non-profit organization that advocates for the use of open source technologies and collaboration in the defense and security sector. Watch this episode for a fun and interesting dive into this latest development in payments and firearms. www.tacticalpay.com/opensourcedefense/
As the founder of sexual wellness brand, Emojibator, Joe Vela is no stranger to leaning in to unpaid marketing. Without the ability to use paid ads, getting in front of their audience comes down to one thing: creativity. And whether you're in a "taboo" industry or just looking for ways to grow your business, this episode is packed with ideas. One even landed Emojibator in Rolling Stone. Follow Val on TwitterFollow Joe on TwitterTry Privy for FREECheck out the Triple Whale Network
In this special admissions episode, Jon and Dave focus on nontraditional applicants: essentially anyone whose resume doesn't fit the “normal” model of law school in their early-20s, straight out of college. So whether you're applying several years post-grad, or with a family in tow, or with motivations for pursuing a degree beyond the typical career in Biglaw, this episode will instruct you on exactly how to present your nontrad credentials in the most favorable, odds-improving way!
Hey there, podcast enthusiasts! Are you ready for an episode that will challenge your preconceptions and leave you laughing? Look no further because we've got the perfect episode for you. In this mind-blowing installment, we dive deep into the world of solar charging - and no, we're not talking about your cell phone! Join me, your host Sean Kelly, together with my co-host Wayne Lewis and our incredible guest Chathan Good, as we explore the concept of solar charging your hole. Yes, you heard that right! We'll unveil the revolution of professional bottoms and the art of downward dog naked. But that's not all, folks! The conversation takes an unexpected turn as we delve into the world of fisting and Dance Dance Revolution-inspired games. DJ Vijayjay, our guest, shares her wild experiences of being a DJ at Burning Man and her unique set-up involving a Bluetooth speaker dildo. And don't worry, we cover everything from juggling to giving head massages with a vagina. But it's not all about the shock factor. We also dive into important topics such as consent, body empowerment, and ethical non-monogamy. DJ Vijayjay opens up about her polyamorous lifestyle and together, we explore the boundaries of marriage and society's expectations. Plus, we tackle serious subjects like sexual assault and the need for individual empowerment and cultural change. This episode will make you think, challenge your beliefs, and leave you in stitches. DJ Vijayjay's unique perspective and her ability to bring humor to difficult topics will have you reconsidering everything you thought you knew about sex and identity. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your headphones, tune into this extraordinary episode, and prepare to have your mind blown. Join us on this incredible journey of laughter, growth, and transformation. Trust us, you won't want to miss it! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/digitalsocialhour/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's podcast features human performance coach, Brady Volmering. Brady is the owner of DAC Performance and Health. His focus is on increasing the capacity of the human being. Brady continually digs into what “training the human being” actually means and how that relates to improvements that go beyond the general, into specific sports performance and even one's daily life. He walks the talk on a high level through his own personal workouts and regularly discusses his training philosophy on his Instagram page. Brady was a guest on episode 291 of the podcast talking about “human” level physical preparation, and high-volume training concepts. On the podcast today, Brady talks about his single leg depth drop practice, the recent changes he made in his programming to physically transform himself across the past year, and then how he has taken those programming concepts into his training for athletic populations. As an already well-trained athlete, Brady's progress is incredible to see, and the methods he used are simple in nature, and also relatively non-traditional in terms of the typical “rules” we put on training. We also touch on oscillatory reps, high-frequency training, mind-body awareness, “wins and losses” in training, and more, in this episode. Today's episode is brought to you by Lost Empire Herbs and Exogen wearable resistance gear, and the Sprint Acceleration Essentials Online Course. For 15% off of Exogen Wearable resistance, follow this link to lilateam.com or use code: jfs2023 at checkout. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for free (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com. To learn more about the Sprint Acceleration Essentials course, head to justflysports.thinkific.com View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points 3:45 – What led Brady to perform a 6-foot box drop jump 11:15 – How Brady scales drops and difficulty for the individuals that he works with 16:15 – Comparing high drops, to more traditional “serial” plyometrics, such as low hurdle hops 27:45 – Processing “wins and losses” throughout the training session and season 32:45 – The mind-body connection that exists between physical exercise, and sport, particularly within the scope of being presented with a failure 43:45 – The key pieces that have led to Brady's physical transformation in the past year, one of which was based on training advice from Jay Schroeder 1:02:45 – Keys to high frequency, or daily, integration of a potent training means as opposed to using a training stimulus in a typical 2-3x a week frequency 1:10:45 – How Brady's training regime filtered into his training concepts for athletes 1:20:45 – Oscillatory training reps and impulse rep concepts for the upper body Brady Volmering Quotes “Really with anything we are doing, I want to set up in a game format, where an athlete has a chance to succeed, an athlete has a chance to fail because that is going to bring that engagement up” “In a (single leg) depth drop, if you don't learn to direct that intent, you are going to fail… you can learn to direct that intent into other places as well” “Everything after (a 6-foot single leg drop) feels much easier, much less stressful” “I ask, what does it mean when your body speaks to you? When you have pain, what does that mean? When you have tightness or restriction, what does that mean?” “I know what they are feeling right now, what would I do; when I am programming I want to gain enough information about what they are feeling, what they are experiencing… what would I do?” “That's why I like a lot of the high rep, high volume stuff we do, where if you decide to stop, through that you understand how your system is processing that stimulus, what thoughts are coming in” “When you are training and the only thing that is stopping you is yourself,
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In this Q&A, Sarah answers questions about: 1) Becoming more comfortable with setting longer term (monthly, seasonal, yearly) goals Interested in setting your 2024 yearly goals with Sarah in FL? Visit: https://theshubox.com/courses 2) Paper sizes, weights, and pen types! (Paper Planner 101!) Reference: https://goldspot.com/blogs/magazine/notebook-sizes-compared-and-explained 3) Planner matchmaking: "I am about to start medical school in July. I am a non traditional student so I will have a per diem job, family, pets, and other life obligations going on. I am looking for a planner recommendation that can fit all aspects of life!" 4) Erasable pen tip: Legami (and Passion Planner) Legami on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/market/legami_milano_erasable_pen 5) Time OFF between jobs - thoughts on what to do! ------------------------------------- Episode Sponsors: Green Chef: The #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well. Go to greenchef.com/plans50 and use code plans50 to get 50% off plus free shipping! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices