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The Adversity Advantage
Robert Greene On How To Master Your Dark Side & Why Success Is More Dangerous Than Failure

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 75:24


Today's guest is Robert Greene. Robert is the author of the NY Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law, Mastery, & The Laws of Human Nature. In this episode, Robert and I chat about  why it's important to understand your emotions, why success is more dangerous than failure, how to read nonverbal communication cues and body language to determine if someone actually likes you, the dark side of human nature, the importance of protecting your reputation, how to overcome adversity and much more.      What to Listen For:   00:00 Intro 01:28 3 Most important principles from Robert's books 07:00 Understanding your emotions 11:44 Robert's near death experience 18:30 How to overcome adversity   23:22 Why the 48th law of power is so important  27:55 Why does Robert struggle with feeling inferior? 32:05 Success is more dangerous than failure 36:56 Protect your reputation at all costs (5th law of power) 41:07 Nonverbal communication and body language 46:46 How to tell if someone actually likes you  51:53 What does Robert think of me? 55:42 What types of people should you stay away from? 1:00:46 How to tell if someone is lying to you 1:04:37 Master your dark side 1:11:11 Robert's live event with Ryan Holiday   Thanks to this episode's sponsor:   BTR trucks and service: the leading commercial truck company in the Baltimore Washington region. BTR does everything a commercial truck user would ever need including repairs, routine maintenance, body work and inspections. If you are in the Baltimore Washington area and you or a loved one needs help with your truck, reach out to BTR at 410-691-9882 or check out their website at www.btrtrucks.com. Episode Resources:   Connect with Robert   Instagram Website Books Attend Robert Greene & Ryan Holiday's LIVE event   Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter  

Own the Microphone
Understand How You Are Showing Up

Own the Microphone

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 26:31


On this week's episode of Own the Microphone, Bridgett McGowen welcomes a leader in the field of nonverbal communication and a nationally ranked athlete who uses her own personal skills to train listeners about business skills, Rachel Cossar. Bridgett and Rachel discuss nonverbal communication,  presentation mistakes, how to deal with technical difficulties, dealing with the possibility of something going wrong, and more! 0:36 How did Rachel Cossar get started speaking in nonverbal communication?  5:52 What does Rachel Cossar typically speak about? 9:07 Nonverbal communication mistakes. 12:33 Rachel's presentation mistake, and how she dealt with it. 16:37 A question for Bridgett. 21:28 One last tip on how to own the microphone. Listen and Subscribe to the Own the Microphone Podcast with Bridgett McGowen on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

Just when you think “It can't get any worse” it does. A 21 year old with SPECIAL NEEDS ( who is NON VERBAL)  was gunned down while waiting for his bus with his family Was Darren Bailey right about Chicago? 24:45- Cancel Celebrity Jeopardy, forever 27:50- KJP dips, ducks and dodges  50:34- Sports & Politics: Sid Seixiero, Breakfast Television–Toronto morning show, on the Provorov jersey flap 1:10:20- Christopher Whalen, investment banker and chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC, tackles the issues with ESG and says Thomas Edison would be laughing at us if he were here today. Chris is also the author Ford Men: From Inspiration to Enterprise 1:26:50- Founder of JunkScience.com and a member of President Trump's EPA transition team, Steve Milloy, responds to Al Gore and the environmentalists speaking in Davos Check out Steve's books including  Scare Pollution: Why and How to Fix the EPA 1:41:29- Nolan Higdon, university lecturer of history and media studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, explains how we can agree to disagree  For more from Nolan on this check out his book Let's Agree to Disagree: A Critical Thinking Guide to Communication, Conflict Management, and Critical Media Literacy 1:58:05- Hunter Biden's laptop repair shop owner/repairman, John Paul Mac Isaac, shares the details, including the passwords, to the nation's most infamous pc But wait, there's more… in John Paul's new book American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the TruthSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HomeTech.fm Podcast
Episode 419 - Non-Verbal Acceptance

HomeTech.fm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023


On this weeks HomeTech: A new Hubitat Hub is on the way, HDAnywhere announces a new remote, Amazon announces more integrations, Matter comes to Leviton, Smart water tech is here, a folding robot, and project updates from the team.

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Psychoanalysis and Opera – rejoining the verbal and non-verbal with Steven Goldberg, MD and Lee Rather, Ph.D. (San Francisco)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 74:31


“Unconsciously, or sometimes just without really focusing on it, we're always responding to the musicality of the patient's voice. I think that careful listening and study of opera really hones our ability to do that. We pay more attention to it and we can potentially make not just unconscious use of it but also conscious use of it. As we listen to how the music itself is conveying the story that the patient is telling, it's not necessarily the same story as the words are telling. What is often interesting is that the musicality of the voice, whether in opera or in the consulting room, often is at variance with the spoken text and that opens up interesting opportunities for generating meaning.” – S.G.      “The tendency is first to think that the text that is being sung is all important and that the melody and the orchestration behind it are supporting the purpose of the aria. That is generally true in popular Italian operas where the music for the orchestra and the melody seems to support the overall message. Because of Wagner's influence in wanting to have an orchestration that actually comments on the action on stage as a second opinion, you get into more complex music where often the orchestra is playing something that reminds the listener of a previous theme, a motif, that complexifies the actual aria being sung.” – L.R.      Episode Description: Our conversation revolves around the idea that appreciating opera can “correct the historical tilt towards the verbal text” that often simplifies analytic listening. Steve and Lee use opera to understand universal unconscious themes that are often represented in opera. They suggest as well that it can alert the analytic listener to multiple levels of meanings that can be represented in the orchestration and melodies in addition to the manifest libretto. The ‘case example' is The Magic Flute where the trajectory of male development is demonstrated through the evolution of maternal and paternal imagoes over the course of the storyline. They use musical excerpts to demonstrate different character's affect states that enable the listener to experience their increasing complexity. We close with Steve and Lee sharing some of their own life journeys that have brought them to a place of finding great pleasure in this art form.      Our Guests:    Steven Goldberg, M.D. is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis and a Personal and Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. He is currently an Associate Editor of The Psychoanalytic Quarterly and has for many years co-chaired Opera on the Couch, a collaboration between the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis and the San Francisco Opera. He has published on a variety of theoretical and technical issues in psychoanalysis as well as on psychoanalytic approaches to opera.      Lee Rather, Ph.D. is on the faculties of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, where he is also a personal and supervising analyst. He has published and presented on a wide range of topics including the integration of psychoanalytic theories, the existential dynamics of desire, mourning, and acceptance, and the unconscious aspects of creativity in drama, literature, and music. He is in private practice in San Francisco.      Recommended Readings:      Bollas, C. (1999). Figures and their functions. In The mystery of things (pp. 35-46). New York: Routledge.  Britton, R. (1989). The missing link: Parental sexuality in the Oedipus complex. InJ. Steiner (Ed.), The Oedipus complex today: Clinical implications. London: Karnac.  Chailey, J. (1992). The Magic Flute Unveiled: Esoteric symbolism in Mozart's Masonic Opera. Vermont: Inner Traditions International.  Goldberg, S. (2011). Love, loss, and transformation in Wagner's Die Walkure. Fort Da 17:53-60  Grier, F. (2019). Musicality in the consulting room. International Journal of  Psychoanalysis,100: 827-885.  Frattaroli, E. J. (1987). On the Validity of Treating Shakespeare's Characters as if They Were Real People. Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, Volume 10(3):407-437.  Freud, S. (1914). The Moses of Michelangelo. In J. Strachey (Ed. and Trans.) The standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud, (Vol 13 pp. 210-241).  Freud, S. (1928). Dostoevsky and Parricide. In J. Strachey (Ed. and Trans.) The standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud, (Vol21, pp. 175-198).  Knoblauch, S. (2000). The Musical Edge of Therapeutic Dialogue. Hillside, N.J. and London: The Analytic Press.  Nagel, J. (2013). Melodies of the mind: Connections between psychoanalysis and music. New York: Routledge.  Purcell, S. (2019). Psychic Song and Dance: Dissociation and Duets in the analysis of trauma. Psychoanalytic Quarterly 88: 315-34  Rather, L. (2008). Reuniting the psychic couple in analytic training and practice: Theoretical reflections. Psychoanalytic Psychology. Vol 25, Number 1, pp. 99-109. 

Just Say Maybe
Natasha: Growing Up Autistic and Non-Verbal, Religious OCD, and Thoughts on "Love on the Spectrum"

Just Say Maybe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 53:37


Hi everyone! Welcome to the Just Say Maybe Podcast.In this episode, I chat with Natasha, who is diagnosed with autism and OCD. We chat about Natasha's thoughts on the Netflix show "Love on the Spectrum," speech and behavioral therapy for autism, the need for increased awareness and education on autism, and how OCD and autism can interact with each other. Follow Natasha here: instagram.com/natasha_gomez97 Disclaimer: This show is not meant to be a replacement for therapy. Please seek a licensed clinician for help.If you'd like to support the show, consider leaving a one-time tip/donation here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JustSayMaybeIf you enjoyed this show, please leave a review and follow us on Instagram or Youtube.Instagram: instagram.com/justsaymaybepodcastYoutube: youtube.com/@justsaymaybepodcast

OPENPediatrics
"Understanding Pain Behaviors of Nonverbal Children with Intellectual Disability" by Jean Solodiuk

OPENPediatrics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 37:54


In this podcast, Dr. Jean Solodiuk reviews approaches to the recognition and assessment of pain in children with intellectual disability. Dr. Solodiuk describes ways to define and measure pain in an individualized fashion, discusses collaborative approaches to pain management involving caregivers, and illustrates these principles using case examples. After this podcast, listeners will be able to: • Recognize the sources of complexity in defining the pain experience in children with intellectual disability • Apply an individualized approach to describing pain behaviors and severity for medically complex patients • Develop strategies to include caregivers in the assessment and management of pain Articles referenced: •2:00 McCrea RT, Tanke DH, Buckley LG, et al. Vertebrate Ichnopathology: Pathologies Inferred from Dinosaur Tracks and Trackways from the Mesozoic. Ichnos 2015;22:3-4,235-260. •8:31 Melzack R, Wall PD. Pain mechanisms: a new theory. Science. 1965;150(3699):971-979. •34:40 Morse BL, Solodiuk JC, Greco CD, Mauskar S, Hauer J. Initial Validation of GRASP: A Differential Diagnoses Algorithm for Children With Medical Complexity and an Unknown Source of Pain. Hosp Pediatr. 2020;10(8):633-640. Initial publication date: December 22, 2022 Citation: Solodiuk J, Perez C, Daniel D, Wolbrink TA. Understanding the pain behaviors of nonverbal children with intellectual disability. 12/2022. Online Podcast. OPENPediatrics. soundcloud.com/openpediatrics/understanding-pain-behaviors-of-nonverbal-children-with-intellectual-disability. Please visit: http://www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - More Progress & Less Stress during the Holidays

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 63:05


Do you have a child experiencing challenging behavior or know a parent that does? If so, you came to the right place because this is the perfect episode for you! In this episode of Autism Live, our host and author of Autism Parent to Parent (Available on Amazon now), Shannon Penrod, discusses how to handle challenging behavior with your child! Don't miss Shannon's advice!   2:07 Do you have any tips for surviving a 3 week break from school? 20:51 Letters of Appreciation from ACT-Today grant recipients 33:51 How do we Teach Different Reinforcers? 43:15 My Child's Pronunciation has Gotten Worse 52:24 Is it okay to do a Picture Schedule for a Nonverbal 6 year old? 54:33 My Son Refused to Get out of the Car for Therapy 57:22:29 How do I Teach a Visual Schedule and the Benefit of Exercise   https://funinmotiontoys.com/ Use promo code LIVE5 for a discount on awesome fun in motion toys like the Shashibo! Autism Network Website TikTok: @AskDrDoreen Instagram: @AskDrDoreen YouTube: Ask Dr. Doreen

Health and Medicine (Video)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Health and Medicine (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

Science (Video)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Science (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

UC San Diego (Audio)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

UC San Diego (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

Autism (Audio)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Autism (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

Health and Medicine (Audio)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Health and Medicine (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

Science (Audio)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Science (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Autism in Hollywood - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:19


Michael Levy, M.D. discusses how adolescence impacts autism. He is joined by a panel who discuss how the arts - from comic books to performance - have impacted their lives on the spectrum. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38395]

Spanko! Podcast
Episode 0063 - Consent, part 2

Spanko! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 40:59


As if one episode on Consent wasn't enough, here is part two! Didn't we already do a Consent episode? Well, yes, a couple of them... Meeting Spankos Safely Limits Staying Safe & Negotiations ... but this important topic is something that should be in the forefront of everyone's mind during any spanking activities. And clearly some of these points have fallen on deaf ears. So we're back to talk about consent with some recent personal examples. To be blunt: Consent can be the difference between a spanking and sexual assault!  Tops need to listen and comply with the safe words when they're used. Bottoms have to use their safe words when needed and vocalize their boundaries and limits. Communication, whether verbal or non verbal is key for enjoyable scenes.  Consent isn't always sexy - negotiation can be awkward, but it's necessary!  You live and learn to be more explicit with your limits so that your boundaries are not crossed. We hope our experiences can help you learn to avoid some of these pitfalls.

Speak With Power
215. How to Improve Your Non-Verbal Intelligence

Speak With Power

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 8:02


Did you know we communicate non-verbally 80% more than with words?  And it's not just our body language that speaks louder than anything else. There are more types of non-verbal communication. Tune in to learn 5 of them.  Want to know more? Connect with me: Website: https://natashabazilevych.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/nbazilevich/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/natbazilevych/ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natashabazilevych/

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - How to get to Conversation + More!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 63:09


Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is discussing and answering viewer questions LIVE! Tune in and check it out! Recording December 6, 2022 Autism Network Website TikTok: @AskDrDoreen Instagram: @AskDrDoreen YouTube: Ask Dr. Doreen 7:39 How do I get My Son to Conversation? 33:03 How do I get the Curriculum? 40:00 My Son Says "No" to Start Every Conversation. 43:06 Developing Conversation. 43:35 Resources for Dealing with Grief. 50:47 I'm Only Receiving half of the ABA hours that I was approved  for. 55:06 When Should I Have my Son Tested Again? 57:35 My 3 Year Old Avoids Using the Bathroom

Mindful Leadership and The Global Sales Leader hosted By - Jasoncooper.io Sales Training Coach
Communicate effectively with non-verbal's in sales Dr Abbie Maroño​ Ep 57 Global Sales Leader

Mindful Leadership and The Global Sales Leader hosted By - Jasoncooper.io Sales Training Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 34:13


Our non-verbals tell us more about ourselves even before we speak, and it takes an average of a few seconds to decide whether we should trust someone or not if we are to cooperate with them. Through nonverbal communication, we will gain their trust by establishing a solid connection with the other person. In this episode of The Global Sales Leader Podcast, I speak with Dr Abbie Marono. She is a scientist and practitioner in human behaviour, with a PhD in psychology and academic research focusing on trust, cooperation, and the psychological mechanisms underpinning human decision-making. Trust is vital as survival depends on our ability to cooperate with others. To determine someone's trustworthiness, what signals should we look for? Is it possible to trust ourselves? What are the first steps to building trust? With her extensive experience and scientific validation, Dr Abbie brings a unique perspective to this discussion. When we are in sales, we need to be as effective as possible with our clients by demonstrating our confidence in what we do. We need to display our body language in a way that communicates trust, connection, and knowing that we will meet their needs. During the interaction with a prospective client, you speak on two levels – verbally and nonverbally. When negotiations get tricky or subtle personality conflicts arise, verbal exchanges may not be the most critical element. It is imperative to monitor your prospects' engagement and disengagement behaviours during any sales presentation. If the latter occurs, you indicate interest, receptivity, or agreement. In contrast, the latter is resistant, defensive, disagreeable, and even hostile. Enjoy and learn more in this episode and improve your non-verbal communication with your customers and clients. https://www.abbiemarono.com/skills https://www.social-engineer.com/social-engineer-team/abbie-marono/ Im, Jason Cooper, My mission is to impact thousands of sales and business professionals to help them get what they want globally by transforming their ability to convert sales into revenue streams. Im am passionate about speaking with inspiring people who can give back and share their stories so that someone listening will gain knowledge or change what they do in their lives. You are welcome to subscribe to the channel on YouTube, like the video, and comment on the topic. ✅Podcasts ✅Itune:- https://apple.co/3isbI6p ✅Spotify https://spoti.fi/3x9ahxK✅YouTube https://bit.ly/3pyeVCh ✅www jasoncooper.io ✅jcooper@jasoncooper.io ✅Learn More In my newsletter:- https://bit.ly/3r6P4RZ #jasoncooper #social-engineer #DrAbbieMaroño #nonverbal #nonverbalcommunication #trust #behaviouralscience #sales #business #companies #podcast #process #behaviour #sales #culture change #goals #sales #salestraining

Spanko! Podcast
Episode 0062 - Consent, part 1

Spanko! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 43:31


Didn't we already do a Consent episode? Well, yes, but this important topic is something that should be in the forefront of everyone's mind during any spanking activities. And clearly some of these points have fallen on deaf ears. So we're back to talk about consent with some recent personal examples. Consent can be the difference between a spanking and sexual assault!  Tops need to listen and comply with the safe words when they're used. Bottoms have to use their safe words when needed and vocalize their boundaries and limits. Communication, whether verbal or non verbal is key for enjoyable scenes.  Consent isn't always sexy - negotiation can be awkward, but it's necessary. We talk about some of the go-to questions before you negotiate a scene with someone new. Have others we don't cover here? Let us know! Some of the Spanko!Podcast spankees have had less than pleasant scenes this past year, and we want everyone to learn these important topics with spanking so everyone can have a good time!   You live and learn to be more explicit with your limits so that your boundaries are not crossed. We hope our experiences can help you learn to avoid some of these pitfalls.

Think and Be Fit: Fitness Redesigned
221. Life Lessons From My Dog

Think and Be Fit: Fitness Redesigned

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 21:53


 Life Lessons From My Dog Listen in as I share a portion of a podcast recorded in 2018. The message holds true today. It may even be more true now then when it aired in 2018. Most weekday mornings I rise an hour before I actually need to get ready to lead, dream and do. I grab a few sips of coffee, call out to Dodge(my border collie/Australian Shepherd and trusted friend) to get her leash, she sits by her kennel while waiting for me to finish tying my shoes and grab my hat, I pat here on her back, slide the gentle leader into place, open the front door and tell Siri to set the alarm for 10 minutes from that moment that we head out the door. This has become our routine. We head out for a 20 minute minute walk, this isn't an exercise designed as exercise, it's a cleanser of the mind. It's time to get some blood flowing through our veins. It's time for me to plug in and listen to my daily personal development. Everyday I invest in my soul first. I invest in the unwavering love of my dog, my early morning companion that could care less what time it is. As our walks and routine fill both our souls I looked at Dodger today as she was panting and sitting on the tile floor in our living room and my big smile grew bigger. I knew at that moment that Dodger had been teaching me about life without saying a word. Nonverbal communication is so loud it makes my ears ring. Lessons from Dodger: Always be glad the day has come Always be ready to go Never stop exploring Greet people with pure joy Splash in as many puddles as possible Never complain about the weather You don't have to go fast in order to enjoy the moment Slow down and smell the flowers Sometimes rolling in the grass just feels good The moment I am in is the most important moment. What lessons are out there right in front of you? DM Dane to learn more and be 1 of the 30 that are going to IGNITE LIFE AND SPARK A HEALTHY REVOLUTION! I'd like to invite you to join me in my FREE exclusive FG Group GenX BadAsses.  Creating the life you love is perfectly within your reach! By truly embracing yourself, experiencing life for the first time again you're able to embrace life with excitement, gratitude and positivity! Join the GenX Badass Community --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dane-boyle/message

Autism Weekly
Autism Mom & Life Coach Discussing Potty Training | With Michelle Rogers #108

Autism Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 33:34


This week we welcome Michelle Rogers, an autism mom and life coach who specializes in helping Autism Parents of toddlers who are Non-Verbal to start communicating and potty training. Michelle supports parents of autistic children because she wishes she had a BOSS like herself to support her when her daughter was first diagnosed with autism. She became that champion to get her daughter where she is today and have helped hundreds of Mothers and their autistic children thrive because of it. Download the latest episode to learn more. Social Media Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michellebrogers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/championsforourchildren YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJS1kamULyHfO62rAkCVoiQ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@michellebrogers   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.

So...This Is Holland
EPISODE 34: IEP's with Elli North, Mom and Parent Liason

So...This Is Holland

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 36:00


Today we spoke with to Ellie North  Our converesation definitely took some turns, but we had so much to chat about.    Elizabeth North is a mom of 5 navigating life with the addition of a child on the spectrum. She took her own struggles and worked to cultivate and opportunity working within the field as both a professional and parent. She is the NC Development Director for Bright Achievements as well as their Parent Liaison working to support their families on their journey to accessing the appropriate diagnosis and supports. Ellie also enjoys exercising, writing, coaching high school lacrosse and of course, wine. You can reach her at ellie@brightachievements.com.Follow Us @ https://www.instagram.com/sothisishollandpodcast/Want to join a kick ass supportive community with other special needs parents? We got you! Check out So...This is Holland | FacebookConnect with Michelle@ https://www.instagram.com/michellefinncoaching/If you are interested in having Michelle as a coach Visit https://michellefinncoaching.com/caregiver-burnout-rescue-callConnct with Donna @ https://www.instagram.com/determineddonna/

The Loudest Girl in the World
The almost-lost art of Susan Te Kahurangi King

The Loudest Girl in the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 38:11


Nonverbal since the age of 7, Susan Te Kahurangi King is an autistic artist whose drawings have been featured in museums all around the world. Lauren speaks with Susan's sister Petita Cole about Susan's journey from prolific, unknown artist to reaching international acclaim.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hi Pod! I'm Dad.
Playing Hooky With My Non-Verbal Co-Host Son

Hi Pod! I'm Dad.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 14:30


Lucas could probably go to school and be fine, but James Guttman kept him home anyway. JG, with his non-verbal son by his side, talks about bad days, why a support system is so important, people who can't understand raising a child with autism, and the good points of parenthood that get lost in the memes.Follow Us On Facebook and Follow James Guttman on Instagram. Also, be sure to read the blog that started it all - Hi Blog! I'm Dad.

Your Confident Self
How to Use Nonverbal Cues for More Confident Communication

Your Confident Self

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 7:41


Nonverbal communication makes up the majority of what is being shared between two people. Great communication includes speaking and listening, but what you're saying is emphasized by nonverbal gestures. As we communicate, our senses take in much more than what is being said audibly. We are paying close attention to other things too. Nonverbal communication includes things like: Body languageProximityGesturesFacial expressionsTone of voiceNonverbal communication is a vital part of communication. By being aware of nonverbal cues, we can better understand the message someone is trying to convey. We can also use nonverbal cues to our advantage to better communicate our own message.Full show notes are available. at https://allegrasinclair.com/your-confident-self

The Social-Engineer Podcast
Ep. 185 - Nonverbals, Neuroception and understanding Intent with Chris Hadnagy and Dr. Abbie Marono

The Social-Engineer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 63:10 Very Popular


Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast: The Doctor Is In Series – where we will discuss understandings and developments in the field of psychology.     In today's episode, Chris and Abbie are not just going to talk about nonverbal communication at an observational level, but lay the ground work for a deeper understanding of nonverbals. Not just what certain behaviors tell us but WHY they tell us this, and where nonverbal communication originated from! [Nov 07, 2022]    00:00 – Intro  00:17 – Dr. Abbie Maroño Intro  01:10 – Intro Links  Social-Engineer.com Managed Voice Phishing Managed Email Phishing  Adversarial Simulations  Social-Engineer channel on SLACK  CLUTCH  innocentlivesfoundation.org  04:01 – The topic of the day: Nonverbal Communication  10:25 – Everything comes back to Darwin  15:25 – In Utero  18:54 – A picture speaks 1000 words  20:31 – More "nature" than "nurture"  23:20 – Cultural vs Universal Gestures  27:17 – Looking at "Intention"  32:24 – Linking Non-verbals to Intention  36:32 – The Doctor is REALLY in!  38:37 – Don't Look Up (or away!)  42:35 – Response Behavior  46:58 – Neuroception - Trust your gut!  53:48 – The Takeaway  56:04 – Man's Best Friend  57:13 – Wrap Up   58:53 – Book Recommendations  The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals – Charles Darwin  What Every BODY is Saying – Joe Navarro  Bodily Communication – Michael Argyle  The Naked Ape – Desmond Morris  Emotions Revealed – Paul Ekman  The Dictionary of Body Language – Joe Navarro  01:02:34 – Outro  www.social-engineer.com  www.innocentlivesfoundation.org      Find us online:  Twitter: https://twitter.com/abbiejmarono  LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/dr-abbie-maroño-phd-35ab2611a  Twitter: https://twitter.com/humanhacker  LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/christopherhadnagy    Select research:  Allen, S. (2018). The science of awe (pp. 58-69). Greater Good Science: John Templeton Foundation.  Bargh J, Chartrand T (1999) The unbearable automaticity of being. Am Psychol 54: 462–479.  Bousmalis, K., Mehu, M., & Pantic, M. (2013). Towards the automatic detection of spontaneous agreement and disagreement based on nonverbal behaviour: A survey of related cues, databases, and tools. Image and vision computing, 31(2), 203-221.  Bryant, G. A. (2020). Evolution, structure, and functions of human laughter. In The handbook of communication science and biology (pp. 63-77). Routledge.  Chakrabarty, S., Widing, R. E., & Brown, G. (2014). Selling behaviours and sales performance: the moderating and mediating effects of interpersonal mentalizing. Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 34(2), 112-122.  Chen M, Bargh JA (1999) Consequences of automatic evaluation: Immediate behavioral predispositions to approach or avoid the stimulus. Pers Soc Psychol B 25: 215–224.  Demuru, E., & Giacoma, C. (2022). Interacting primates: the biological roots of human communication. Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 34(3), 201-204.  Ekman, P. (1971). Universals and cultural differences in facial expressions of emotion. In Nebraska symposium on motivation. University of Nebraska Press.  Ekman, P., & Keltner, D. (1973). Universal facial expressions of emotion. Studia Psychologica, 15(2), 140-147.  Gordon, R. A., & Druckman, D. (2018). Nonverbal behaviour as communication: Approaches, issues, and research. In The handbook of communication skills (pp. 81-134). Routledge.  Heuer, K., Rinck, M., & Becker, E. S. (2007). Avoidance of emotional facial expressions in social anxiety: The approach–avoidance task. Behaviour research and therapy, 45(12), 2990-3001.  Mathis, V., & Kenny, P. J. (2018). Neuroscience: brain mechanisms of blushing. Current Biology, 28(14), R791-R792.  Müller, P., Huang, M. X., & Bulling, A. (2018, March). Detecting low rapport during natural interactions in small groups from non-verbal behaviour. In 23rd International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (pp. 153-164).  Neidlinger, K., Truong, K. P., Telfair, C., Feijs, L., Dertien, E., & Evers, V. (2017, March). AWElectric: that gave me goosebumps, did you feel it too?. In Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (pp. 315-324).  Parr, L. A., Micheletta, J., & Waller, B. M. (2016). Nonverbal communication in primates: Observational and experimental approaches.  Pohjavaara, P., Telaranta, T., & Väisänen, E. (2003). The role of the sympathetic nervous system in anxiety: is it possible to relieve anxiety with endoscopic sympathetic block?. Nordic journal of psychiatry, 57(1), 55-60.  Reissland, N., & Austen, J. (2018). Goal directed behaviours: the development of pre-natal touch behaviours. In Reach-to-Grasp Behavior (pp. 3-17). Routledge.  Schug, J., Matsumoto, D., Horita, Y., Yamagishi, T., & Bonnet, K. (2010). Emotional expressivity as a signal of cooperation. Evolution and Human Behavior, 31(2), 87-94.  Segerstråle, U., & Molnár, P. (2018). Nonverbal communication: where nature meets culture. Routledge.  Waterson, R. H., Lander, E. S., & Wilson, R. K. (2005). Initial sequence of the chimpanzee genome and comparison with the human genome. Nature, 437(7055), 69.  White, P. (2016). Reading the Blush. Configurations, 24(3), 281-301.  Woud, M. L., Maas, J., Becker, E. S., & Rinck, M. (2013). Make the manikin move: Symbolic approach–avoidance responses affect implicit and explicit face evaluations. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 25(6), 738-744. 

Two Writing Teachers Podcast
Non-verbal Cues for Writers: A Tip for Tomorrow from Stacey

Two Writing Teachers Podcast

Play Episode Play 23 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 4:11


Conferring time is sacred! No one likes to be interrupted during a writing conference, but some students need a visual reminder that their teacher is off-limits when they're conferring. Today's Tip for Tomorrow will help you implement a visual conferring reminder to eradicate unnecessary distractions and interruptions while holding one-to-one writing conferences.Check out "What's a Conferring Scarf?" to help you plan your next steps with this nonverbal reminder tip. Check out the TWTBlog Archive if you want to learn more about conferring.Please subscribe to our podcast and leave us ratings/reviews on your favorite listening platform.If you're interested in having us consult with your school district, you may contact us directly. Melanie Meehan: meehanmelanie@gmail.com Stacey Shubitz: stacey@staceyshubitz.com Email us at contact@twowritingteachers.org for advertising inquiries or sponsorship opportunities.For more about the teaching of writing, head over to the Two Writing Teachers blog.

Simply Worth It: Physician Negotiations with Dr. Linda Street
Does Your Body Language Match Your Ask? A Guide to Non-Verbal Influence

Simply Worth It: Physician Negotiations with Dr. Linda Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 14:47


When we show up to a negotiation (or any conversation for that matter) it's not just the words we say that make the ask, our body language does some speaking of its own too.    If we're making a big, bold ask, but our body language screams small - our words won't pack as much of a punch, making it very confusing for the person on the other end.    How do we create more alignment between our words and our body language? How do we make sure our confidence is equally heard and felt?    In this episode, I share a golden nugget from Kasia Urbaniak's Unbound: A Woman's Guide to Power and how to fine-tune our non-verbal communication skills.      Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode    - How to enter a negotiation with dominant energy How do we make sure the energy of influence is going outward to the person we're making the ask to, instead of being internalized?   - Why body language carries into our voices In a virtual setup, can our body language be palpable even if it's not visible?   - How to exude confidence and influence Why is it so easy to grant the request of a charismatic person and how do we tap into that energy?

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0672 – More Non-Verbal Sounds in Voice Acting

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 0:50


2022.11.03 – 0672 – More Non-Verbal Sounds in Voice Acting· The performance may also require you to bring more physicality to your voice: your character may be out of breath, or I dunno, calling to someone in a tunnel. Obviously one of those will require more breath, the other more projection, perhaps with a tone of concern, so consider how your character may react with different moods and emotions as a story develops or in subsequent episodes. · Linked with this, when recording a fight scene[1] for a gaming animation, for example, consider jumping up and down in the studio before you read your lines, to give a more authentic appearance of energetic exertion. If your character is on a boat in stormy seas, swaying side to side or moving up and down from the knees (while staying on-mic!), will realistically affect your voice. · And as we saw previously, sometimes meaning comes from when you don't speak: silence, pauses, as your character searches for a word, is embarrassed or surprised. You're thinking of the character's different sounds and emotions in different situations for their characterisations. All of these character considerations are important and are unlikely to be written into the script, but you will make your animation appear more ‘3D' if, with agreement from the director, you consider building some of these into your vocal personaIt all helps specify the character and make it believable.Sound like the character, not sound like you doing the character. [1] We look at the skills involved in screaming safely, in another part of the book. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Living the Sky Life - Autism Journey
S4: Episode - 126 (Solo Episode) - Sharing our challenging journey through medication changes and the behavioral ups and downs that result as we 'patiently' find the right combination

Living the Sky Life - Autism Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 30:51


So glad to be back hosting my podcast after an unexpected multiple month break!! For this first episode of season 4, I'm discussing the lengthy battle many of us face when trying to find a medication that is helpful to our kids, but also one that won't add additional challenges to their day to day behaviors, sleep schedule or appetite.  We've been experiencing what I call the "many seasons of Skyler" with regard to his behaviors over the last several months and it's been down right exhausting and frustrating - for him and for our family. I know I'm not alone and would love to hear about the journey each of you listening has been through when it comes to medications for autism/anxiety/moods/ADHD! ***************************************** To purchase my book “Welcome to My Life – A Personal Parenting Journey Through Autism” click HERE or visit Amazon.com! You can easily stay connected to the Living the Sky Life podcast and me in various ways.  Please visit my website www.lauriehellmann.com for all the links. I'd love to hear what you think, so if listening on the Apple platform, please leave a written review and rating of the podcast!  If you are interested in being a guest on an episode of Living the Sky Life, please contact me!

Superstar Communicator podcast
Recognising others emotions from non-verbal cues

Superstar Communicator podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 39:48


We are joined by Dr Paddy Ross, Associate director of psychology at Durham University. Paddy has done a lot of work on how children learn to read emotions. He highlights the fact that before a certain age, sound is more important than non-verbal cues. We don't exclusively communicate with what we say but how we say it - and hand gestures, facial expressions and body language play a big role in this. Some highlights include: 1. Wearing a mask (during covid) or not makes little difference in reading emotions because we use our eyes, gestures and body language more. 2. The body is a significant driver for conveying emotions 3. What we don't consider much is what our bodies are doing when we are speaking and communicating. Our body conveys so much emotion. Download the transcription here: Do you want to work with SuperStar Communicator? We organise a range of communication learning: workshops, masterclasses, speeches, online courses, virtual learning. Included in the work we do is focus on non-verbal communication ensure you make an impact when you speak. Here is our website:  Grab our 10 top tips to being a SuperStar Communicator HERE Do you want to book a call to book Susan to speak or our team to deliver workshops or coaching. Book a call here.

Hi Pod! I'm Dad.
Non-Verbal Trick-Or-Treating

Hi Pod! I'm Dad.

Play Episode Play 19 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 15:30


James Guttman on Halloween for a non-verbal child with autism, the problem with teal pumpkins, and helping his son find language.Follow Us On Facebook and Follow James Guttman on Instagram. Also, be sure to read the blog that started it all - Hi Blog! I'm Dad.

Oh Crap I Love My Toddler... But Holy F*ck
New Podcast: The Oh Crap! Potty Training Podcast Episode 20 - Light sleeper, Toilet vs. Potty, Nonverbal, Getting Partner on Board

Oh Crap I Love My Toddler... But Holy F*ck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 28:16


In this episode: more tips for moderate light sleepers how to encourage using the toilet instead of the potty teaching boys to hold their penis down tips for getting your partner on board with potty training potty training a nonverbal or preverbal child  Buy Oh Crap! Potty Training Jamie's Homepage Jamie's Patreon Jamie's Instagram

Power Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
E17: How To Increase Your Leadership Charisma Immediately

Power Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 23:36


“Often, we think [charisma is] this elusive quality that you are born with. But what we think is an elusive magical gift is actually something that research tells us can be learned.”If you long to be more charismatic, you won't want to miss this episode. I'm going to talk about some research that has broken leadership charisma down into specific behaviors anyone can adopt.You can learn to practice these strategies in your communication with others to be perceived as more charismatic.In this episode:We'll break down charisma into the use of the following verbal and nonverbal behaviors:#1 Using metaphors#2 Telling stories and anecdotes#3 Demonstrating moral conviction#4 Sharing the sentiments of the collective#5 Setting high expectations#6 Communicating confidence#7 Using contrast to distinguish yourself and your message#8 Using lists of three to frame your messages#9 Asking rhetorical questions#10 Using body gestures#11 Using a variety of facial expressions#12 Using an animated voice toneEmploy these behaviors as habits and watch your charisma as a leader increase!Power Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders is the go-to podcast for anyone who leads. Your host is Janet Ioli, leadership and human development expert, sought-after coach and advisor to global executives, and former executive with experience in four Fortune 100 companies. She helps leaders ground themselves with confidence, connection, and purpose and learn to lead with Less Ego, More Soul.Noteworthy Quotes from This EpisodeCharismatic leaders are “leaders who by the force of their personal abilities are capable of having a profound and extraordinary effect on their followers.”“Remember, what we're talking about when we talk about charisma is perception, how others are seeing you, and how others are feeling and experiencing you.”“A lot of charisma comes from how we communicate with others, creating an emotional connection."“After managers in the study participated in training in these areas, the managers increased their perceived charisma.”If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.  Select “Listen in Apple Podcasts,” then choose the “Ratings & Reviews” tab to share what you think.  Connect with Janet Ioli:Website: janetioli.comLinkedin: Janet IoliInstagram: @janetioliJanet is the founder of Power Presence Academy.  She helps leaders ground themselves with confidence, connection, and purpose and lead with Less Ego, More Soul.

People Who Read People, hosted by Zachary Elwood
Why studying nonverbal behavior is hard but worthwhile, with Alan Crawley

People Who Read People, hosted by Zachary Elwood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 72:51 Very Popular


A talk with nonverbal behavior expert Alan Crawley, also known by his online handle Sin Verba (www.sinverba.com). Topics discussed include: why he became interested in behavior; the challenges of studying behavior; the practical benefits of studying behavior (including connecting better with others); irresponsible "behavior experts" who share bad information; and how to spot bad behavior information. Eric Likes AnimalsAnimal enthusiast Eric Mahan has worked with a wide range of amazing animals over the...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

The Conversation, Cannabis & Christianity podcast
S2 E51: Mother of a Non-Verbal Autistic Son & Founder of Susie's Hemp, Susie Bee

The Conversation, Cannabis & Christianity podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 64:10


Susie is the mother to three children, one of them is non-verbal autistic. The drugs prescribed to treat the autism produced an unbearable quality of life, until Susie found help with CBD patches. Now, her son is a teenager and things in Susie's life are starting to blossom again. People suffer for lack of knowledge.

So...This Is Holland
EPISODE 29: Seeking Fun Bravely

So...This Is Holland

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 30:47


Today is all about  adventure. How do you step out of your comfort zone, and live life to the fullest for you and your kiddos? Are you an adventure seeker or homebody? Today the Mom's chat about how they have stepped out of their own comfort zones to give their kids more experiences, while also acknowleging their limitations and fear.This weeks questionWhat kind of fun things do you do with your kiddos?Go to our supportive community https://www.facebook.com/groups/sothisisholland/ to answer and to get some new ideas for your family.Follow So This is Holland Podcast  @ https://www.instagram.com/sothisishollandpodcastConnect with Donna@ https://www.instagram.com/determineddonnaConnect with Michelle@ https://www.instagram.com/michellefinncoachingLearn more about Michelle's Coaching@ https://Michellefinncoaching

How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse
The Different Types of Verbal & Non-Verbal Invalidation Used by Narcissistic Abusers - Q&A Narcissist Abuse

How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 44:49 Very Popular


On this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse Q&A, Brandon discusses validation, the different types of verbal/non-verbal invalidation used by narcissistic abusers, and the different types of invalidating families. Plus, we discuss the silent treatment, gaslighting, stonewalling, feeling small, dehumanization, love bombing, trust building, and the idealization stage of narcissistic abuse. If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at narcissistapocalypse@gmail.com Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource.  Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Philomythia Podcast
Improving Tabletop Communication

Philomythia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 58:14


Hello, hello, helloooo... greetings road weary adventurer! What's that you say? You got into an argument with a CR 8 Ogre who then called all his buddies and chased you for five miles??? Well it sounds like you should rest your feet awhile and listen to our latest episode, which is all about improving your communication

The Kirk Duncan Show
How To Read Body Language

The Kirk Duncan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 11:18


Nonverbal communication makes up 93% of your communication. Just as important as the spoken conversation, body language is important to “listen” to create clear communication. Check out the 4 C's of reading body language. They help you see what really going on and help you clean up your communication. Watch the full video of this podcast and subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/fmQ-ucIKTg4 Looking for more training to upgrade your mindset, become more productive, get your goals or improve your relationships? Unlock your 14-day free trial of Master Your Influence - a powerful monthly group coaching program where I train you live online for 2 hours twice each month to live the life you've always wanted and become who you're meant to be: https://3ke.to/influence

The Growth Vault Podcast
Lesson 19 - NON-VERBAL SIGNALS

The Growth Vault Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 19:24


Watch this as a VIDEO TRAINING for FREE by https://fast.wistia.com/embed/channel/30qugjgfm6 (CLICKING HERE) Learn More About WarPlan Insiders by going to https://watchjoshpitch.com/ (WatchJoshPitch.com)

Successful Life Podcast
Selling Technicians are Making Mistakes

Successful Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 21:03


 Your technicians are making mistakes. You're always looking for ways to cut costs as a business owner. And one area that can be a real drain on your budget is your HVAC or plumbing service department. Service technicians are often the highest-paid employees in a company, so it's essential to ensure they're productive and efficient. Unfortunately, many service technicians cost businesses millions of dollars each year. Here's why: You don't have an HVAC sales process 1. They're often unproductive. A service technician may only be able to complete one or two service calls in a day, meaning the rest of their time is spent driving to and from jobs, waiting for parts, or taking breaks. This results in a lot of wasted time – and money. 2. They're often inefficient. Many service technicians are not adequately trained and lack the necessary skills to complete their jobs quickly and efficiently. This results in longer service times and more mistakes, which can end up costing the business even more money. 3. They're often dishonest. Many service technicians will try to upsell customers on services or parts they don't need. This wastes the customer's money and reflects poorly on the business. 4. They're often unprofessional. Many service technicians arrive late to appointments, take personal calls during service calls, and generally act unprofessional. This frustrates customers and makes them less likely to use the business in the future. 5. They often have a bad attitude. Many service technicians are angry, rude, and aggressive. This makes them unpleasant to work with and makes customers hesitant to use their services. If you're concerned about the cost of your plumbing or HVAC service department, you can do a few things to improve the situation. First, make sure you're hiring the right people. Look for candidates who are skilled, efficient, and honest. Second, provide proper training to your service technicians to be more productive and efficient. Finally, set clear expectations for professionalism and customer service. Clear Communication Are you struggling to get your point across? Do you feel like you're always misunderstood? If so, then you need to work on your communication skills. Clear communication is essential in all aspects of life, whether communicating with your spouse, children, boss, or employees. When you communicate effectively, you'll find that things run more smoothly and there are fewer misunderstandings. There are a few key things you can do to improve your communication skills: 1. Listen more than you speak. Often, we're so focused on what we want to say that we don't take the time to listen to what others are saying. To be a better communicator, make a conscious effort to listen to what others are saying. Not only will this help you understand them better, but it will also show that you value their opinions. 2. Be clear and concise. When you're communicating, make sure you're being clear and concise. Don't try to beat around the bush or use fancy words – just say what you mean. This will help ensure that your message is received loud and clear. 3. Avoid making assumptions. It's easy to make assumptions about what others think or feel, but this can often lead to misunderstandings. Instead of assuming, ask questions to get clarification. This will help ensure that you're on the same page. 4. Use nonverbal cues. Nonverbal cues, such as body language and tone of voice, can often be just as important as your words. Make sure you're using nonverbal cues that align with the message you're trying to communicate. Do you have raving fans for your employees? Do you want to create raving fans for your employees? If so, you must focus on creating a positive work environment. Raving fans are employees who are so happy with their job and company that they tell everyone they know about it. They're the ones who sing your praises to their friends, family, and even strangers. Creating a positive work environment is the best way to make raving fans for your employees. Here are a few tips to help you create a positive work environment: 1. Show appreciation. Let your employees know that you appreciate their hard work and dedication. This can be done through verbal praise, bonuses, and company-wide recognition. 2. foster a sense of camaraderie. Encourage your employees to form bonds with one another. This can be done through team-building activities, social events, and general encouragement to interact. 3. Promote open communication. Encourage your employees to communicate with you openly and honestly. This means creating an environment where employees feel comfortable sharing their ideas, concerns, and feedback. 4. provide growth opportunities. Help your employees reach their full potential by providing growth opportunities. This can be done through training and development programs, mentorship programs, and career advancement opportunities. Creating raving fans for your employees is essential for any business. By creating a positive work environment, you can create an environment where employees are happy and engaged, leading to better business results. Sell something you believe in You always want to sell something you believe in. This is especially true when it comes to HVAC sales process. If you don't believe in the products or services you sell, convincing others to buy them will be challenging. Think about the last time you made a purchase. Why did you choose the product or service you bought? Was it because you believed in it? Or was it because the salesperson convinced you? To be successful in sales, you need to believe in what you're selling. This means researching and knowing the products or services inside and out. It also means being honest with potential customers and not making false promises. If you believe in what you're selling, it will be easier to sell. And when you make sales, you'll be proud of yourself because you'll know that you helped someone get a product or service they need. Your mindset around plumbing If you want to be successful in plumbing sales, you need to have the right mindset. This means believing in your products and services and being honest with potential customers. It also means being prepared to put in the hard work required to succeed. Like you, with the right mindset,  and a successful in having a repeatable HVAC sales process  sales is achievable. So if you're ready to take your technicians to the next level start by changing their mindset.     Sales is an essential part of any business. Without sales, companies would not be able to function. Corey Berrier,  The Sales CEO, provides HVAC sales process training and plumbing sales process training because of how critical having a clear point a to point b strategy is to close more sales. There are so many different aspects of sales. By focusing on these three areas, you can ensure your business is booming. Corey Berrier is a highly sought-after sales trainer. He focuses on helping other salespeople close more deals and make more money. Corey's methods are tried and true, and he has a wealth of experience in the industry. Plumbing Sales Training is critical for anyone who wants to sell plumbing products or services. This training type focuses on the communication that every plumbing company wants. By understanding the products and services, you'll be better able to sell them.  

So...This Is Holland
EPISODE 27: Power of Gratitude

So...This Is Holland

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 21:59


Is there power in gratitude or is it total BS?  Our lives as special needs parents are often complex and overwhelming, so does practicing gratiude really help or is it just a form of toxic positivity?  Today the Moms discuss their experiences with practicing gratitude, and if this routine has actually helped them.This weeks QuestionGo to https://www.facebook.com/groups/sothisisholland/ and Tell Us 3 Things That You Are GRATEFUL forConnect with us @https://www.instagram.com/sothisishollandpodcastConnect with Donna @https://www.instagram.com/determineddonnaConnect with Michelle@https://www.instagram.com/Michellefinncoaching and https://michellefinncoaching.comLink to the yellow gratitude journal that Michelle refers to https://a.co/d/anH6NBm

Wait A Gam Minute Podcast
"What happened to my nonverbal daughter"

Wait A Gam Minute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 64:15


 Katrina Webb a mother of four children all diagnosed with some level of Autism. On Sept. 14, 2022 at 8:31am she received a call from her 8 year old daughter(nonverbal) school nurse stating that something happened to Legacie and she needed to get to her”. Once she arrived she saw her daughter had bandages on her forehead, hand, her face was swollen and bleeding. The principal has seen the video however; the incident is under investigation as to what happened to this child.Katrina states that no one from the school board has called her to give her details as to what happened to her child. Katrina is very upset and…. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/wait-a-gam-minute-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Women Worldwide with Deirdre Breakenridge
Finding Your Baseline: Voice, Verbal Cues, and Non-Verbal Cues

Women Worldwide with Deirdre Breakenridge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 11:09


When it comes to communicating, there are a surprising number of elements that go into effectively speaking to others, whether that be in a professional setting or a personal one. And it all starts with knowing your baseline. In this episode, I explain what a baseline is and how the knowledge of your own baseline can impact the effectiveness of your communication. As you are thinking about your baseline, you have to consider things like the sound of your voice and body language. It is broken down into three parts: voice, verbal cues, and non-verbal cues. Listen on to find out more about each and the magical thing that happens when all three align. Show Notes: [1:08] - Baseline communication is something we don't often consider. What is the baseline? [2:33] - The baseline is broken down into voice, verbal cues, and non-verbal cues. [3:23] - Pitch is how you modulate your voice. [4:01] - Upspeak is a lilt up at the end of a sentence and doesn't help you come across as a thought leader. [5:18] - The baseline and your voice has a lot to do with breathing. [6:06] - Verbal fluency is the ability to think and grab the words you need. [7:38] - Does your body language match what you are saying? [8:42] - Your body helps tell the story. [10:40] - Reach out to Deirdre to learn more about a baseline assessment. CONTACT ME: Website LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Email: deirdre@pureperformancecomm.com

T.H.E. Celebration
Copywriting, Mindfulness, and Courage With Jo Mckee

T.H.E. Celebration

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 45:38


Original Air Date: October 12, 2020Communication is a top-shelf skill that every entrepreneur must master. If you have an important mission, movement, product, or business, the ability to connect with your audience is vital. Verbal and nonverbal communication is absolutely essential. But what is often overlooked is copywriting. Copywriting, and the ability to move people with your words, is so crucial. Are you with me? Because if so, we're in luck. This week's guest, Jo McKee, is both a phenomenal teacher of copy and a master copywriter herself. Jo Mckee is the founder of McKee Creative, a marketing agency with a mission to connect clients with their customers. Jo has also just released Copywriting for Profit – the hands-on system to train agency team members as in-house copywriters.Throughout the interview, Jo shares with us templates, tools, and strategies you can use to write with persuasion and authenticity. Most importantly, Jo shares with us how to write in a way that centers your audience as the heroes of the story rather than yourself.This episode is about more than just the written word. We also go all in on the importance of mindset, courage, and emotional intelligence. I am always eager to learn how accomplished entrepreneurs move through challenges, cope with stress, and continue to perform at the highest level. Jo offers advice on all of this and more. I'm telling you, this episode is packed with holistic insights and action steps you can take right now. tomearl.me/jm

Motivational Mondays: Conversations with Leaders
Motivational Minutes with Dustin York

Motivational Mondays: Conversations with Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 3:56


Dr. Dustin York teaches at Maryville University in St. Louis. With clients including Pepsi Co. and Nike, he has experience in PR and worked on the 2008 Obama presidential campaign. His areas of expertise are helping people develop their leadership and communication abilities to navigate through digital transformation. Dr. York also offers valuable advice for teaching students how to communicate effectively. Communication varies with each generation, but the measure of success results from your relationships and how effectively you interact with others. Learn more from Dr. York on this week's Motivational Mondays. LEARN MORE: >> Visit Dr. York's website, YouTube, and LinkedIn (https://www.drdustinyork.com), (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFBa9I7wDFcHk2FWCwE5Mfw), (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dryork)

Motivational Mondays: Conversations with Leaders
Boost Your Communication Skills (Feat. Dr. Dustin York)

Motivational Mondays: Conversations with Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 23:24


Dr. Dustin York teaches at Maryville University in St. Louis. With clients including Pepsi Co. and Nike, he has experience in public relations and also worked on the 2008 Obama presidential campaign. His areas of expertise include helping people develop their leadership and communication abilities and navigate through digital transformation. Dr. York offers valuable advice for students on how to communicate more effectively. He cites how older generations frequently remark that young people lack communication skills, but he says they're mistaken. Communication varies in each generation, but the measure of success and advancements results from your relationships and how effectively you interact with others.  Another practical communication skill is conflict resolution. It's important to listen to others; once you demonstrate that you understand what they've said, you'll see them relax. Then, when you share your side, the other person will listen. It moves you from conflict to conversation. Learn more about communication from Dr. York on this week's Motivational Mondays. LEARN MORE: >> Visit Dr. York's website, YouTube, and LinkedIn (https://www.drdustinyork.com), (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFBa9I7wDFcHk2FWCwE5Mfw), (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dryork) NSLS MEMBERS ONLY: >> Listen to the bonus episode to learn the power of taking chances and facing challenges. (https://thens.ls/3cvT64O)

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich
Non-Verbal to High-Functioning - Episode 2162

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 53:42 Very Popular


Episode 2162 - On this Saturday's show Vinnie Tortorich welcomes Allie Morgan to discuss the benefits of being on NSNG and carnivore, the measurable difference in health, helping her son go from non-verbal to high-functioning autistic, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2022/08/non-verbal-high-functioning-episode-2162 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS NON-VERBAL TO HIGH-FUNCTIONING Vinnie welcomes Allie Morgan to the show to talk about how her autistic son is non-verbal on the SAD (Standard American Diet) and high-functioning on NSNG®.  (3:30) First Vinnie asks Allie about her own backstory and why she is on the carnivore diet. (5:40) Allie has had some lifelong battles with various health issues that she reviews; as a result, the carnivore diet is what works best for her health and history. She has had IBS, hearing issues, PCOS, mental health challenges, and several other issues; many of the issues ran in the family. Vinnie then asks Allie what the issues were for her autistic son. (30:00) Allie reviews what changes she made in her son's diet that helps him go from non-verbal to high-functioning. (39:45) She also has makes sure her son understands the "Whys" of what makes him feel better. Vinnie and Allie chat about the importance of nutrient dense foods, ketones, and more. They also chat about the differences between how much processed foods were available years ago vs. today's market. (46:35) Vinnie wraps up the show emphasizing the importance of advocating for yourself in you health and lifestyle. (50:00) [the_ad id="20253"] PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes):  Then, Share this link with friends, too! It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)!    Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!