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Analyst Talk With Jason Elder
ATWJE - Rich Kilburn - The Serial Researcher

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 61:56


Episode: 00133 Release Date: November 14, 2022 Description: The military sure does prepare you for civilian law enforcement work, but how did that look like in the 90s when technology wasn't so advanced as it is today? Rich Kilburn gives us insights on how the military and law enforcement analysis was when he first started, and how it evolved over his three decades of experience in each. Rich presents us with a couple of analyst badge stories this week, one involving a patrol workload assessment that improved workflow and promoted efficiency, and the other about the (caught and convicted) Fast Food Serial Killer, Paul Dennis Reid. Rich walks us through how emerging technology helped investigate and solve the case, in addition to great police work of course! Rich is currently the research manager for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, a position he held for almost 30 years! Rich also has 30 years as an Army Corps engineer officer, and retired as a colonel.  CHALLENGE: There are Easter eggs in one of the tables of the Excel chapter that Jason wrote for the IACA textbook. First-person to email us at leapodcasts@gmail.com about what the Easter eggs are will receive a $20 gift card from us. Happy hunting! Name Drops: Mark Stallo (00:19:40), Christine Talley (00:51:27) Public Service Announcements: Manny San Pedro (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-manny-san-pedro-the-penalty-box-analyst/) Brian Napolitano (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-brain-napolitano-the-legend-of-tomorrow/) Shawn Fisher (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/shawn-fisher-the-geographer/) Related Links: The Fast Food KIller:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Dennis_Reid https://www.nashville.gov/departments/police/executive-services/strategic-development/crime-analysis/reports https://www.coronasolutions.com/ Association(s) Mentioned: IACA Vendor(s) Mentioned:  Corona Solutions Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-kilburn-7b21ab72/  Transcript: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/9ccqvj/RichardKilburn_transcript.pdf  Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong Podcast Researcher:  Theme Song: Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble. Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com. Logo: Designed by Kyle McMullen. Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners.  Podcast Email: leapodcasts@gmail.com   Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com   Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/NACABxQWdPk  00:00:17 – Introducing Rich 00:07:57 – Applying for Closed Position 00:17:41 – ABS:  Allocation Assessment 00:26:12 – ABS:  Fast Food Killer 00:30:23 – Break:  Manny San Pedro & Brian Napolitano 00:31:35 – ABS:  Rank of Prisoner Release Program 00:39:11 – Iraq Deployments 00:43:27 – Advice 00:52:06 – Leaders:  Nature or Nurture  00:54:37 – Education Requirement 00:57:21 – Personal Interests:  Bourbon Snob  01:00:28 – Words to the World 01:01:19 – Break:  Shawn Fisher

Sholom Bayis and important life topics
Ep. 457 - (SB # 242) Making marriage work. Principle #2: Nurture your fondness and admiration. (Part 2)

Sholom Bayis and important life topics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 17:52


Making marriage work. Principle #2 nurture your fondness and admiration (Part 2) practical excercises http://streamdigitalvideo.com/pd_sb/Principle_2NurtureYourFondness&Admiration.pdf Email address for feedback, questions, and insights is sholombayis777@gmail.com

Sholom Bayis and important life topics
Ep. 456 - (SB # 241) Making marriage work. Principle #2: Nurture your fondness and admiration. (Part 1)

Sholom Bayis and important life topics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 16:50


Making marriage work. Principle #1 nurture your fondness and admiration (Part 1) http://streamdigitalvideo.com/pd_sb/Principle_2NurtureYourFondness&Admiration.pdf Email address for feedback, questions, and insights is sholombayis777@gmail.com

The High Conflict Co-Parenting Podcast
Episode 214 Rethinking Your Teenager Shifting From Control and Conflict to Structure and Nurture With Author Darby Fox LCSW

The High Conflict Co-Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 52:30


In this episode Brook talks with special guest and author Darby Fox LCSW about the nature and development of the teenage nervous system and the need for an approach to parenting that understands and honors the delicate state and allows for strong boundaries and nurturing relationship when things get choppy. This discussion goes beyond just teens but teen years are the focus. If you are finding these podcast of value and would like to continue receiving this free content, commercial free please consider donating using the Donate button on your podcast page. Enjoy!!! Donate Here

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast
Make Your Passion Part of Your Business

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 43:59


Today I'm chatting with my friend Jen Corcoran about how to make your passion part of your business. Jen and I have known each other many years as we are both LinkedIn specialists - and we even met once in real life in London. Most recently we hosted the 'LinkedIn Like We're Human' workshop together which was so fun and people absolutely adored it. In case you missed it you can buy the recording of that 75-minute masterclass for only $27. Jen Corcoran is an award-winning LinkedIn expert. Known as ‘The Super Connector' and one of the UK's most successful LinkedIn trainers, she helps thousands of people thrive online through her online courses, consulting, workshops and talks. Jen helps female entrepreneurs to increase their confidence on LinkedIn by teaching them how to super boost their LinkedIn profile and connect with finesse in order to raise their brand, attract more clients and make more money in a holistic and human way. She is passionate about human design and is a Generator 1/3. In this episode, you'll learn about how to make your passion part of your business as well as... Jen's recent brand transformation - and personal awakening Her new 'niche' that mirrors who she is and how she sees the world of business How she also brought her passion for Human Design into her LinkedIn work How knowing more about their design helps her clients show up on LinkedIn What has changed for her since this transformation, how she communicates differently How she lives her new 'brand' on LinkedIn? What kind of posts etc? Her advice to listeners if they would like to combine one of their passions with their work but don't know where to start. And so much more Jen's Resources   Jen's Website Check out Jen's free resources Connect with Laura on: LinkedIn YouTube   Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes We use Descript to edit our episodes and it's fantastic! Email Sarah at sarah@sarahsantacroce.com Thanks for listening!   After you listen, check out Humane Business Manifesto, an invitation to belong to a movement of people who do business the humane and gentle way and disrupt the current marketing paradigm. You can download it for free at this page. There's no opt-in. Just an instant download. Are you enjoying the podcast?  The Humane Marketing show is listener-supported—I'd love for you to become an active supporter of the show and join the Humane Marketing Circle. You will be invited to a private monthly Q&A call with me and fellow Humane Marketers -  a safe zone to hang out with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and help each other build our business and grow our impact.  — I'd love for you to join us! Learn more at humane.marketing/circle Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Android to get notified for all my future shows and why not sign up for my weekly(ish) "Sarah Suggests Saturdays", a round-up of best practices, tools I use, books I read, podcasts, and other resources. Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Sarah: Hey Jen, so good to speak to you.  Jen: Lovely to see you, Sarah. Thanks for having me on today.  Sarah: Yeah, thank you. Feel like we just spoken and we did LA we just hosted that, , workshop on LinkedIn, like we're human together last week. Right. And so yeah. Great. We decided, Okay. You know, it's a good idea to also, , kind of host a podcast. But with a bit of a different angle. So we're not actually gonna talk too much about LinkedIn, even though Yeah. That's what you do for a living. But I'm super curious, , about this transformation that I feel like you've gone through in the last, would you say a year or, or so?  Jen: Yeah, definitely a year and definitely this whole year. So 2022.  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. So from just seeing and also our conversations via email, but also just seeing your, your posts on LinkedIn, you can kind of see from the outside. Ah, Jen [00:01:00] has been going through some transformation, you know, some in their work, but then that was also reflected in your brand. Right. So kind of tell us about, Transformation, what led you to it? Probably and, and yeah. Where, what you're doing now.  Jen: Yeah. I think it's just, I think when you are a business owner, you're always doing some kind of personal development work to, to get better. Within yourself that will help your business as a whole. So I think just from coaching and networking, I've met some really interesting people over the last few years and one of them was a specialist in human design and I had a mini human design reading where, and I was like, Wow, this is really interesting. I wanna explore more. So got really nerdy. You recommended a great book to me, which I read, and I did a course and kind of dipping my toe in more and more and more and started to do mini [00:02:00] readings from my clients. , so yeah, if just from networking, I met an amazing human design specialist. I'll give her a shout out. Nicole Leno, and she's got an amazing podcast as well. And uh, yeah, she kind of triggered that kind of part of me and. Another thing I discovered over the last year or two during the Covid times really , was that I'm a highly sensitive person, which was pretty eye-opening. I never real, I knew I was a bit sensitive, but I, I had no idea that one in five people was like me. I always thought I was a bit of an oddball on my own and kind of, you know, tried to mirror everybody else around me. Finding out that one in five, you know, whether their male or female is highly sensitive, was just like an epiphany moment. And it was like,  Sarah: where did you say, one out  Jen: of five? Yeah, 20%. Wow. Which I never realized. I, I thought they're not, you know, there can't be that many people like me out there, or that's how I felt. Yeah. So it was really freeing and I was just, Where are these people? Because [00:03:00] I don't really see them, especially on LinkedIn. , there's more of that kind of hustle bro marketing approach. And I was like, we're all sensitive people. I wanna connect with them. All the impacts. So I think, yeah, the combination of the HS p and then the human design have led to my epiphany .  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. No, totally. And that's exactly, I loved, loved it so much how you kind. You know, it made your, uh, , audience participate in that discovery because you were like posting things on LinkedIn. , did you know this about HSPs and so , There's probably a fair amount of your, , followers who discovered at the same time as you did that they are, , highly sensitive people. Yeah, it was really interesting to watch that transformation. And, to me, from the outside looking in, it looks. Your ideal client is now kind of a twin of you or a mirror of [00:04:00] you? . It's  Jen: me, . It's basically another sensitive, so I either an inch pair an empire or a highly sensitive person. So because I just think I didn't have these role models when I was, you know, starting off in business or going into the online space, I modeled. The nonsense of people. And yes, it's worked to a point, but I, yeah, I just wouldn't like really represent the other side of things because I think as sensitives, we are the kind of the quiet nurturers in the background who are not necessarily making the most noise and we're always trying to spotlight other people and , , Nurture from afar. So I feel like yeah, kind of a responsibility to get that side of things out there and to, you know, be somebody for the other sensitives to relate to as well. Because I think a lot of the, the traditional, like non sensitive marketing made me feel like a bit of a failure. It was like I could do it to a point, and then it was [00:05:00] like, why isn't this working for me? I feel like I'm banging my head against a wall. Why does this feel gross? Yeah. Or why can't I do this? Is it because I'm so sensitive? And then you kind of realize, oh, there is another way of doing things . Yeah, totally. But just put that out  Sarah: there. Yeah. Yeah. How do you feel right now with your new brand? Because like if you talk. Typical thing of nicheing, , Yeah. You know, how do you define your niche? And, and now really in your words, it's like, well, I am my best ideal client. And so often I have, , kind of new people in business telling me is that even okay? Can we, you know, look at it that way? And I'm like, Yeah, for sure. Because we are creating the solution that we never saw out there. So, So do you see it that way as well?  Jen: Yeah, definitely. And I think for a long time I'm very much an accidental business owner. I never set out [00:06:00] to, to intentionally do this, and it happened by accident. So I think for the first year of my business There wasn't a lot of attention behind what my brand was and who I stood for, and I was helping everyone. And then it got to a point when it was like, Okay, who do I intentionally wanna work with? And then I was, you know, still not super focused. And then it's got to the stage where, who do I like working wear? And it's okay to choose the people that I like because for me, energy is super important and. I'm sure we've all had experiences when we've worked with the wrong people and your energy is totally depleted, like mentally, physically. And I think it got to that point where I thought, you know what, Who says being in business can't be fun? Who says I can't work with the people that I want to, who can give me energy and I can give them energy? So it's kind of, it's taken me a long time. I wish I'd. Got to this realization in the first year of my business, but I think it's taken like five years to actually go, Do you know what? I have the right to choice. It's my business, my rules, and these are the people I choose to support. [00:07:00] Yeah. Um, I think when you first start, you just wanna help everyone, but then you're a bit too generic and a bit too vague, and you're ultimately not helping. And you're not helping yourself either because you're not reaching or connecting with the right people. Sarah: Right? Yeah. No, totally. So, so to me, you really kind of applied humane marketing because not only did you bring more of you to your marketing, so the H S P aspect, but then you also brought in your passion, which is the human design, right? So, yeah. Yeah, really combining things that we think is just. Fitting into the business world. Did you ever ask yourself that question? Can I? Yeah. Who am I to do that?  Jen: Yeah, definitely. And I struggled with it and. , initially, especially with the, Yeah, well, both of them. It was like, Oh, if I start saying I'm as sensitive, well people think, Oh, I don't wanna work with her , what does that mean? And I think there's a lot of misconceptions about, like, do people think I'm constantly [00:08:00] crying and it's like, I don't, I don't cry that much. I cry on something sad, you know, obviously, but I've, I'm not like this overly emotional person, but I think when you say sensitive a lot, there's a lot of misconceptions out there with certain terms and they don't know what that means. So I think for me, I. Explore what that meant as well. What were the pros, what were the cons? And then I started to realize, oh, my sensitivity, the fact that I am an empath is my superpower because I can genuinely like support and nurture those clients that need that help, as opposed to just that, just do it. Approach and people are left kind like, Oh, I need a bit more support, more engagement, more accountability. So it took me a while to kinda lean into that. And then especially with the human design, I did struggle thinking, Woo, is this a bit too woo for people? And then I had to really like at myself and go, You know what? Who says it can't be a bit woo? And then it was like, I think I felt like I'd been. Putting myself in a box, like a marketing box [00:09:00] like everyone else. But it didn't feel quite right. And having discovered the human design, it was like, well, this is the missing piece. And actually, if people know me on a, on an individual level, I've always been quite you. Woo. And I remember even being like, you know, 10 years old and buying books. Capricorn, what does it mean to be a Capricorn? And then, you know what, whatever 20 yard get my life chart read and I am into this kind of thing. So it's been, it's been really interesting integrating this and I, and I'm not fully there yet. I'm very much a work in progress and it's. It's actually typical of my human design. I've learned I'm the type of person has to investigate, do a lot of research, and I'm doing that at the moment. I've given myself the goal of a hundred mini human design readings from my clients, and I think. Once I've ticked off that box in my head, then I'll transition more, a lot more into the, into that in the marketing. So I'm very much in my reset. I wish, [00:10:00] I wish I wasn't one of the, the, like the, the investigators that have to kind of do this, but this is my personality . I have to dig deep before I've got the confidence. Now I've, I know I've done the research, I've done all. Did. Now I feel like I'm gonna talk about this. Whereas I know there's lots of other people who are just like, Okay, I'm an expert. I've done one reading, and here I go. Whereas I have, I feel personally and according to my design, I have to do it the long way. Yeah, it's very much a work in progress, but I'm getting there. I've done, like, I've done 75 mini readings over the summer, which has been really exciting. , I've, it's been great getting to learn everybody's personality, , their makeup and getting their feedback too. And, you know, hearing that it resonates so much, even from like a simple little reading.  Sarah: So how do you combine the two then? Are these still LinkedIn clients and you're just using the human design as kind of a, a way to discover their superpower? Or are they coming [00:11:00] to you only for human design?  Jen: No, they're, they're definitely LinkedIn clients, and then I've done a few Guinea things with friends and family as well. So I'm incorporating it really in terms of. Content and sending dms and what feels natural. So it's very much a, a mini human design reading. I'm not saying, Oh, I'm the ultimate human design expert. It's just, I've taken a kind of a flavor of it, like what I think is really interesting in terms of online marketing and feeding that back. And I think it's given people so much. Insight and then freedom to be themselves and realize, wow, we're not all born to just do it and manifest and initiate Yeah. And I think that that makes a lot of people feel like failure because there's like, Why can't I just do it? And then you kind of read their design and you're like, Ah. Cause you're not built to just do it. It's not  Sarah: being right. Yeah. I, And I love that. I love how. [00:12:00] Call it a mini reading because you're saying, you know, like you said, you know, others go to human design school and I think it takes like a, I don't, can't remember how long, but it, it's pretty intense. And so you're like, No, I'm passionate about this and I know enough to be able to tell you. You know, this is your design and this is how I think now you can use it in, you know, your showing up on, on LinkedIn and, and it's similar to what we do in the marketing, like we're human program and the P of Personal Power. I go, you know, I show them about human design, I show them about the ENEA grant, like everything. We're like, okay, let's just do a lot of personality assessments to really figure out how we're wired and who we are. Yeah. And because like, Showed. And, and that's why I, I loved having you on for this is it's like when you know who you are and how you're wired, then you can really market from within and just show up, [00:13:00] right? Jen: Yeah. And um, you remind me that I have got a book on any grand I've yet to read cuz I like you, I love anything to do with this. So I've done all the disc, the Myers break. That is on my reading list and yeah, it's another good one. Another one to explore.  Sarah: Exactly. Yeah. So what do you feel like has changed, since this transformation? Like do you feel like in your LinkedIn post you show up differently, more confident or. What has changed? Yeah. I think I'm  Jen: just more confident in myself. It's taken away a lot of stress about feeling, and I had to act one way and having that inner struggle, but not quite understanding why I had that inner struggle. because I could do a lot of like nonsensitive things or things that are against my design, but, you know, knowing deep down that things didn't feel. Completely a hundred percent good . And so it's made me kind of go, Oh, okay. That's why that doesn't feel good because my design as a generator is that I'm built [00:14:00] to respond and I, it totally makes sense when I learn that, you know, I can go on LinkedIn any minute of the day and I can respond and do a comment to any post because that's just who I am. And I like giving my opinion and I like sharing like that. And I just, To be in response. So that's really been eye opening as opposed to this kind of, you know, initiation, constantly creating content. I can do it, you know, but I have to be in response to something. So it could be a. We did our amazing workshop on, you know, LinkedIn. Well, we're human and I'll think back and go, Okay, what were the questions that people were asking me? And then I'll go out and make content in response. Mm-hmm. to that. And that feels good because they're general, you know, FAQs, the questions, answers. Whereas I did struggle with just creating content, you know, out of nowhere. So I think, yeah, once you know, Your makeup, like what feels good for you, then you can, Then you can, Yeah. You just feel a lot more free, a lot more happy at [00:15:00] ease. Whereas before, yeah, I just felt a bit more in a box and a bit more pressurizing and I was like, Why can't I do this the way the others do ? And at the surface I probably looked like I was, you know, doing it the same, but it just didn't feel as good deep down. Sarah: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. , I feel like. We're talking about the worldview a lot in humane marketing. Like instead of maybe narrowing down your niche, so specifically I, I say bring your worldview to your marketing. do you feel like, Openly saying, you, you talked about the woo does that feel like, okay, this is part of my worldview. That's just how I see things, and whether you agree with that or not, I don't care because this is where I stand for. Yeah.  Jen: Yeah. I think it's important to bring yourself and your two personality to your marketing, because you'll never. , you want to attract the right people and you wanna repel the wrong people. Mm-hmm. . So if somebody doesn't like the woo, they're not my ideal client, and that, and [00:16:00] that's fine. You know? , so I think it's about just leaning into that and realize you are never gonna attract everyone anyway. And, and. Thinking, Well, who do you wanna attract? And if you speak their language, they will come to you. The other people won't be interested. But they will have a very different worldview and a very different way of thinking. Cause I know the two of us, we have a big focus and passion about. Showing up as a human being. So I'd say we're both more excited than the algorithm and the stats and the, the kinda analytical side of it. Obviously we know about it, but it doesn't light me up. We'd ra like, we'd rather a human approach and I think people who resonate with that will come to us. Whereas if somebody is more, you know, interested in the algorithm and the figures, there will be another trainer or consultant that will be the best fit for them and that's fine. They're not my adding client . So I think it's kinda, yeah. , just realizing that you will actually be a lot happier in your business. You will [00:17:00] attract. Far better clients if you lean into who you are. And I know initially I was afraid to do it because you're looking at everyone else and you have feeling you have to be this perfect version of you and then you realize it's kind of all built on a lie. And I think that's how I felt with my business. I'd won all these awards, but I just felt all a bit fake. It was kind of like, I've done your way of marketing, I can do it, but deep doesn't resonate at all. It's like, and it didn't, you know, I didn't always attract the right people to me, and that's why, because I was perpetuating one kind of type of marketing that wasn't fully in alignment. So I think, yeah, it's just realizing is, is okay to show up as yourself, you know, Woo. Warts and all, you know, and, and you, you'll feel a lot freer and. That will, you will attract the right people then because the right energy will go out.  Sarah: Before you said, you know, you wish you'd known five years ago. And, and, and I definitely [00:18:00] feel the same. Do you feel like. Sometimes I'm confused. I feel like maybe it's almost like you have to go through this in order to figure out who you are. Yeah. But at the same time, I would like, , for new business owners to kind of take the shortcut and just start with that. But it's, I seem to hear that story over and over again. I wish I'd known, you know, when I, I kind of went. That direction first until I came back and came full circle. What's the, Yeah, what's your take  Jen: on this? I think it, I think everybody just needs to read your books. . Thanks. You know, the marketing book and the selling book, because I think people just need to know there are different options out there, you know, because, We don't all fit in the same box, but sadly, a lot of people who have louder voices get their kind of boxes out there, and you think that that's the norm. Whereas there are like quite earth boxes, , you know, more sensitive sides. So I think it's [00:19:00] important to, to just spotlight that there are different ways and different types of people, different types of personalities, different types of makeup. , and sadly, a lot of that wasn't out there, and I'm so grateful for you writing your books and starting this conversation and starting your marketing circle and getting the conversation out there because I think more people need to hear it because. Yeah, there's a lot of, it's, you know, there's so many people looking on LinkedIn and it's like, why are they looking? They're probably sensitive. They're probably like us kinda going, Oh, I'm not sure if this resonates with me. This feels a bit too much. So yeah, I think it's important to, to get this message out there because we don't want people to. Go to the, you know, the pain. Yeah, yeah, the pain. But I suppose, like you say, sometimes is worth it. It's like a diamond. It has to be crushed, doesn't it? To, you know, have as brilliance in the end. And I suppose you appreciate. The journey when you're at the end of it. I don't, can't say I appreciated it [00:20:00] in the hard times, but, I suppose that's what we do. We've done the journey in the hard times, and I don't want everybody to have to go through this if they can avoid  Sarah: it. Yeah. So you're, you're, what you're saying is you think it's still like that for a lot of people who are just starting. They take some kind of, I, you know, hear it from a lot of coaching. They get their coaching, degree or accreditation. And then immediately even in the school, they tell 'em, Oh, there's this and this marketing program. And usually they're the big. Big giant programs, Right. That we all know who we're talking about. Yeah. And they're exactly, They're just kind of get fit into this box or funnel or whatever. Yeah. And then, yeah, they're like, Oh, I didn't know I was gonna have to do this marketing thing. That really doesn't feel good. . Yeah.  Jen: Yeah. I think so many bus, I mean, I was naive when I first launched. I was like, Oh, here's my website today. And I just thought, Oh, they're all so booking in. Sales calls. I [00:21:00] don't need sales calls. I'm an introvert. They're just gonna book to my website and they're gonna email me. And it was kinda like, , no , you have to get like your voice out there and attract people to your website. So it is very much a learning lesson. And I think a lot of business owners, we did not go into business to be doing, the marketing side of things or the selling side of things. So yeah, I. And there's, I've heard of so many horror stories, like you said, about big programs where there's very much a methodology that's the, the lead coach's way. But quite often the lead coach is quite unique in their makeup or their personality or their human design. So it's not easily like replicated with the people that sign up because they're completely different. You know, mindset wise, mentality wise, make you know, completely different types of people. But they kind of perpetuate that this is the only, the only way to do it. And that's why a lot of people fall out of love with LinkedIn or the online [00:22:00] space, cuz they're just like, Oh, it's too hard. but yeah, they kind of push this method as the only way and. I have heard about people just doing things that didn't resonate and then just writing off LinkedIn or writing off the online space, which is quite sad. , which I think is important. Like that's why it's so important to have your, your voice out there, your message out there, your books out there.  Sarah: Mm. Thank you, Jen. Yeah. What, what do you say to someone who's listening and, you know, they're thinking about this idea of the passion? Maybe it's, woo, maybe it's, yeah, maybe it's not. Woo. Maybe it's just something that they're doing as a hobby. , and they, that they really love and they're like, I wish I could. You know, do more of this. And I think really that's what, where we're heading, I'm always talking about this new business paradigm, but that's what I mean by the new business paradigm is like, how do we combine, , these things? I don't even buy into the conversation of, you know, you're not really running a business. It is a hobby. I'm like, Well, what [00:23:00] if one can be the other? It's just like, why do we have to define. One as a hobby and the other one as a business. Yeah. What if we just not talk about making a life or making a living? You know, like, yeah, we all ne have bills to pay. We need to provide for ourselves, but we just need to figure out what we can do That A, brings us joy, but also, you know, somehow pays the bills. So yeah. What would you say to someone who's like, I have. Passion for something, but it has nothing to do with what I do for a living. You know? What would you tell them? How did you go about thinking, What if I bring this in?  Jen: I would just say lean into it a hundred percent. And I know somebody said it to me like five and a half years ago. Do something you love. And I was like, Yeah, yeah, yeah. And I kind of brushed it off and I was like, Oh, I like LinkedIn, whatever. And I didn't fully listen to them and it's taken me five years to come around. So definitely, incorporate that. [00:24:00] They don't have to be two separate things, as Sarah is saying, and you're gonna need some kind of point of differentiation. I think at the, at the start, we're all like, What's my usb? What's my usp? And there's a lot of it that crosses over everybody else's usp. But I think it's the thing that will make you different is this passion, you know, this love for something. That will be the thing that will actually draw people to you, which I would never have thought of, you know, five years ago. I would just think, Well, you're willing to train, you're gonna come, I'm gonna chat about LinkedIn. Why would I chat about anything else? So I would fully lean into it and you might surprise yourself with, you know, the opportunities and. People buy people, but it's, it's that passion and energy and I know kind of leaning into human design has reignited my love of LinkedIn. Mm-hmm. , which is probably dwindling a little bit because of that Bro hustle marketing. I was like, oh God, you know, It was a way for me to kind of go, okay, if I do a bit of [00:25:00] this and a bit of that, It just, yeah, it's re-energized me and my business, and I'm a lot more excited to work with people one to one and kick things off with the human design reading, you know? So I would say, yeah, fully lean in, Don't discount any of your passions because they can be the thing that makes you stand out and be memorable. Top of mind. So, yeah, lean into it and you never know, like, who's to say your passion can't make you money. Like, you know, I think we all have this idea, and I know I did that. You know, business is hard. It has to be hard. We have to do the hard work. We've come from corporate and we've done so many hours and it has to be the same in our business. And you think, no, actually, you know, our passions and our strengths, not everybody has them right for staff, and we deserve to be paid well for them. We're sharing our knowledge and our enthusiasm at, you know, and our expertise. So I would lean into it because who says you can't have fun with your business and [00:26:00] you can't do something that you love? And the most successful business owners are the ones who are in love with what they do, , because it doesn't feel like a business. Then they've got that motivation. They wanna wake up, they wanna do more of that, whereas, yeah. I, I was losing a little bit of passion, and I won't lie, , I was about two years ago. I was kind of like, oh, because there was too many other, you know, just crush it, just do it. And I was like, Oh, this isn't resonating. So finding this or leaning into this bit of woo , I don't think is way, but I, you know, the, the, the wrong type of person will think is way, whatever. I'm not interested in this at all, but leading into it has really like little spark in me. Yeah, I totally lean into your passion. Never discount them because you never know where it's gonna lead you. And who says can't make you money? .  Sarah: Yeah. And, and I really, again, from the outside looking in it like it made your brand, like, you know, before you had a brand, but. [00:27:00] It that was kind of like, Well, it's what everybody else is saying. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. And, and, and let's, let's just say it how it is, like, you know, Link, There's a lot of LinkedIn specialists and experts now. Before when we started, maybe less. Yeah. Um, but, but now everybody is a LinkedIn trainer, so Yeah. How can you, Yeah. How do you stand out? And that's kind of just an additional benefit of bringing your passion into your business because that's truly how you're gonna Yeah. Stand out and be remembered. I'm, I remember, one of my, , early friend online friends, Denise Wakeman, she. Probably like 10 years ago now, she kind of rebranded into, can't remember the exact name of the brand, but really had to do with her adventurous spirit. And she was always traveling and to like, you know, crazy places like Peru and, and all these places. And she made that her brand and so, That kind of stuff sticks with you. So [00:28:00] I think it's, it's the same thing for you  Jen: really. It's how you connect as a human being, isn't it? It's like when you, Right before this podcast, I was in a networking event and it's a little bit different in the sense of the host makes us. Kind of not strange questions but different questions. Like one question was, you know, tell me something off your book at list or tell me , what's your guilty pleasure? And it's kind of like these kind of questions are how you connect. Cuz we were all laughing, you know, we were chatting about a lot of the guilty pleasures were really trash TV programs, And it was like, ok, I'm gonna remember you're the lady that liked that. You know, like rather. Your profession. You know, like it's when you bring that bit of personality in. Yeah. Another one was like, who would you take on a blind date? And this was how we were actually connecting and laughing as human beings. This kind of made such a difference and I think. In business, you can kind of be tunnel vision and like, Oh, I'm LinkedIn trainer. You know, LinkedIn is [00:29:00] all blah, blah, blah. LinkedIn. LinkedIn, LinkedIn, LinkedIn. But it, you know, it was when you bring that extra passion in or that extra thing that you do, like, I love the, the way you were always mentioning that you're like an ex hippie that's in my head, you know? So I think, yeah, things like that make the.  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. No, totally. Ah, this has been so good. Thank you so much, Jen. I, I can, I think people hear that passion as well, you know, it's like, Yeah. You can tell that from the kind of boring, you know, LinkedIn algorithms, blah, blah, blah. No, it's like, You're talking to humans. Yes, these humans want to use LinkedIn, but you're basically helping them with this tool that is human design to really figure out, well, how is this LinkedIn tool gonna work for you? Because you're just listening to everybody else out there. Well, they're gonna tell you, yeah, to sell your soul on LinkedIn and maybe that's not gonna work for you. [00:30:00] So,  Jen: Oh, and I think it gives you, it gives you an understanding of yourself, but it also gives you an understanding of of other people. And then it's like, Oh, okay, that didn't work for that person, because they're that type of person and I think we need to learn to. Understand each other more because there's a lot of copy and paste and, you know, cookie clutter approaches out there, and they're never gonna work with everyone. They're only gonna resonate where it's a tiny percentage. So I think the more you can understand yourself and others, the more you're gonna connect as a, as an individual, and you're gonna have better relationships. And I think so many people just wanna fast track, don't they? They just want this magic silver bullet. I want it now. Yeah, and you have to put  Sarah: a little bit work in. And I was just thinking as, as you're talking it, it's because we're, we're hosting a, a workshop about, about confidence and there as well. The first part to confidence is to know yourself and find out who you are and how you're wired. And so when you think about marketing, you [00:31:00] need confidence to market well, you need to know yourself first before you get the confidence. So  Jen: yeah, that's really interesting cuz I don't. A lot of, many readings this year and one of my clients there is like one of the centers in human design about the south, and hers is completely open. And yeah, she doesn't really know herself. She's actually in that transition of trying to, you know, Find out who she is, and I know it's definitely led to a lot of procrastination for her and mm-hmm. and stress. So I think, yeah, you really need to know who you are, who you stand, you know, what you stand for, what are your values, what are you trying to achieve, and not copy other people's values. You really need to dig deep as to what's gonna resonate with you. Yeah. Rather than, you know, a lot of copy and paste. Oh, that sounds good. I'll take a bit of that. Or I should be doing this because I do this. But yeah, I. You have to, you have to have that confidence. That's if you don't have it. You're [00:32:00] not gonna ever be comfortable showing up as a business owner, whether it is online or on a sales call or anything, and people can feel that off you They can feel that energy if you are not confident. They're not gonna be confident in partnering with money to work with you. Confidence is everything, isn't it?  Sarah: It is. Yeah. This has been so good. Thank you so much for taking the time. Please do share with people where they can find you and maybe sign up for a, a mini reading slash LinkedIn Consulting. Tell us all about where they can find you. Pairing  Jen: Sarah, so obviously I'm on LinkedIn, so it's Jen Corcoran, c o r c o r a n, or my website is www.mysuperconnector.co uk. And yeah, so two of them are probably my main things and you could find my email on my website as well.  Sarah: [00:33:00] Wonderful. I always have one last question and that is, what are you grateful for today? Or this.  Jen: I'm grateful for you on this conversation and someone bringing the human side of life and marketing out there, because I don't know anybody else doing it, Sarah. So I'm grateful for us getting this out in the world, and I can't wait to share this podcast with my network and my community. So, yeah, grateful for a like mine. Thank you. Fellow hsv, fellow introverts, fellow centered people in business. Cause I know when I first started it was like heart centered. What's that? That's a bit, you know? But yeah, I'm all about people like you and you,  Sarah: and likewise. Thank you so much for hanging out again, Jen. We'll do it again  Jen: soon. Thanks Ev. Thanks everyone.

Lenny's Podcast: Product | Growth | Career
How to fire people with grace, work through fear, and nurture innovation | Matt Mochary (CEO coach)

Lenny's Podcast: Product | Growth | Career

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 71:07


Matt Mochary, CEO of Mochary Method, is a full-time executive coach who has worked with some of the biggest names in tech and finance, including investor Naval Ravikant and the CEOs of Notion, OpenAI, Coinbase, Reddit, and many others. In today's podcast, we talk about the skill of firing people, why it's so important, and Matt's framework for approaching layoffs. We go deep on recognizing emotions like anger and fear, and what to pay attention to when you feel angry or fearful. He also shares how to build new products within a larger company, important tips on how to make sure everyone in the organization feels valued and heard, carving out time for your top goal, and how an energy audit can help you eliminate tasks that are draining your energy.—Find the full transcript here: how-to-fire-people-with-grace-work-through-fear-and-nurture-innovation-matt-mochary-ceo-coach/#transcript—Where to find Matt Mochary:• Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattmochary• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-mochary-34bb4/• Website: http://www.mochary.com/—Where to find Lenny:• Newsletter: https://www.lennysnewsletter.com• Twitter: https://twitter.com/lennysan• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lennyrachitsky/—Thank you to our wonderful sponsors for making this episode possible:• AssemblyAI: https://www.assemblyai.com/?utm_source=lennyspodcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=nov10• Lemon.io: https://lemon.io/lenny• Vanta: https://vanta.com/lenny—Referenced:• The Great CEO Within: The Tactical Guide to Company Building: https://www.amazon.com/Great-CEO-Within-Tactical-Building-ebook/dp/B07ZLGQZYC• Mochary Method: https://mocharymethod.org/• Leo Polovets on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lpolovets• High Output Management: https://www.amazon.com/High-Output-Management-Andrew-Grove/dp/0679762884• The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business when There Are No Easy Answers: https://www.amazon.com/Hard-Thing-About-Things-Building/dp/0062273205• Andrej Karpathy on Lex Fridman's podcast: https://lexfridman.com/andrej-karpathy/• Wei Deng on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dengwei/• Free Solo: https://films.nationalgeographic.com/free-solo• Ryan Hoover on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rrhoover• Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less: https://gregmckeown.com/books/essentialism/• Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day: https://www.amazon.com/Make-Time-Focus-Matters-Every/dp/0525572422• Centered app: https://www.centered.app/• Diana Chapman at Conscious Leadership Group: https://conscious.is/team/diana-chapman• The Mochary Method curriculum doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18FiJbYn53fTtPmphfdCKT2TMWH-8Y2L-MLqDk-MFV4s/edit—In this episode, we cover:(04:43) Matt's background(07:39) Areas where even very successful founders struggle(12:24) How to address people to minimize defensiveness(13:24) The destructive nature of anger and how to feel your feelings so you don't hurt others(15:02) Which books led Matt to his coaching journey and software platform(19:03) When and how to let an employee go(31:47) How to make people feel heard(38:05) How Matt's coaching has evolved to include psychological obstacles to success(39:41) What is “top goal,” and how can it help you make massive gains?(41:25) Why Matt has an accountability partner for his top goal time(43:44) How to approach mass layoffs humanely(53:21) Matt's thoughts on the Twitter layoffs(54:10) How to innovate within a large company(1:01:53) How to do an energy audit—Production and marketing by https://penname.co/. For inquiries about sponsoring the podcast, email podcast@lennyrachitsky.com. Get full access to Lenny's Newsletter at www.lennysnewsletter.com/subscribe

Drinking with Gin
S1 E11: GINpath: Nurture

Drinking with Gin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 14:57


Episode 11 is where Ginny introduces and walks you through the 3rd component of GINpath, which is Nurture. Episode 9 explained the Gathering or “how did we get here?” Episode 10 explored Intentions or “where are we going?” Now, Nurture is “what's next? What now?” She explains and shares the nurture techniques that have worked for her and provides several other ways for you to incorporate this into your path.  Therapist quote: @mercedescoffmantherapy on Instagram: “When you're healed, you tell the story differently.” Duke Meditation Study: https://medschool.duke.edu/news/study-identifies-meditation-potential-strategy-reducing-healthcare-worker-burnout --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ginny-priem/message

The Synergy Connection Show
Healthy “Secret Keeping” To Support Your Mental Health with Gina Nelson

The Synergy Connection Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 40:29


Gina Nelson is the “Secret Keeper” whose role is to educate and empower others to heal from the pain of their secrets. On today's show, Gina and I discuss some of the tools she uses for the children and adults she works with in her practice.Gina is a certified Body-Mind Counselor, Energy Healing Therapist and Usui Reiki Practitioner. You can reach Gina Nelson via her website at the following link:Nurture 3 Healing

Soul Wisdom
121 The Shared Spiritual Journey with Your Pet

Soul Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 5:36


You pet is walking with you on this spiritual journey of life. Each pet is a magnificent reminder of unconditional love, non-judgment and being in the present moment. In this episode I share about:How your spiritual journey is intertwined with your petThe sacredness of your partnershipCreating a deeper connection with your petBook Now:https://www.bernadettehartman.com/private-sessions/ Stay ConnectedWebsite:  https://www.bernadettehartman.comFacebook:  https://www.facebook.com/bhartman05Live Monthly Call:  https://www.bernadettehartman.com/product/monthly-group-call/Purchase Essential Oils:  https://www.myyl.com/bhartman111

Lead Up for Women
Profit From Your Podcast!

Lead Up for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 35:05


Episode #53 Join us today as Colleen Interview's Nicole Borghi on Take the Leap. Nicole Borghi is a Speaker and Podcast Host. She owns 360 Wisdom Speaks. She is the Creatrix of Commercials, Podcast Intros, and Logos that Nurture your relationships as you continue to nurture relationships with customers and leads. She empowers her clients to Achieve rapid growth in their service and gain more Profits when they share their Passionate Purpose with soul-aligned commercials. To connect with today's guest: Nicole Borghi LI @nicole-borghi FB @360wisdomspeaks IG nicoleborghi3 Twitter nicoleborghi3 To connect with the host: Colleen Biggs https://www.meetup.com/Leap-for-ladies/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-biggs/ Snag a copy of her latest book, Step Into the Spotlight to Expand your Influence here https://colleenbiggs.net/books/ You can also find our weekly interviews and instructional videos on Youtube here. https://www.youtube.com/c/ColleenBiggs Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/colleen.s.biggs/ Find out more about how you can work directly with Colleen, click here https://colleenbiggs.net/coaching/ and join the Leap Community so you can Step Into the Spotlight, be seen, be heard, and be visible today! https://colleenbiggs.net/community/ Thank you to our Sponsor today: Phoenix Drone Pros At Phoenix Drone Pros, we love what we do and are passionate about each and every drone photography and video shoot. We have been in business since 2017. Our talent and skills show in the video production we deliver. We offer fast service for Commercial Real Estate, Movies, Events, and Construction sites monitoring. We also provide drone virtual tours that are all the rage right now. These virtual tours are great for team building and entertainment. Contact us today at phoenixdronepros.com to schedule your shoot online or to get more information. We capture everything!

Alive and Active Life
Rise Up Higher

Alive and Active Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 18:15


While reading a favorite author recently, I noticed new ideas I'd missed from reading them in the past. These ideas encouraged me to keep going after something God placed in my heart years ago. What was that? "Rise Up Higher." After pursuing this for years, I can tell you - it's a really good place! "Rise Up Higher" has so many practical applications. Enjoy this content. Read More ... For more resources and tools that inspire and equip you to live well using God's Word in practical ways each day, visit the Alive and Active Life website.

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom
Emotional Healing Process For Healthier Generations with Diana Cannon Ragsdale

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 26:29


Nurture and nature; two components in the development of individual differences. Understanding the root cause of abuse may help in the emotional healing process and provide an avenue of forgiveness on a deeper level resulting in better mental health for generations to come. Introduction to Loose Cannons A while back I watched Keep Sweet, Pray and Obey, a documentary mini-series that focused on the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, an offshoot of mainstream Mormonism, and its leader Warren S. Jeffs. It was shocking to say the least. Following that documentary, I saw Murder Among the Mormons, a true crime documentary miniseries following Mark Hofmann, one of the most notable forgers in history, who created forgeries related to the Latter Day Saint movement. So when I read the book Loose Cannons: A Memoir of Mania and Mayhem in a Mormon Family, the subject matter didn't surprise me, although it did sadden me. There was a connection to those documentaries I'd seen. Diana Cannon-Ragsdale's father worked in the district attorneys office during the time of salamander letters. His journals, along with her mothers' journals during psychological therapy, gave Diana insight into the poor emotional health of her parents. Their mental illnesses had a devastating impact in Diana's own life. Like ripples in a pond, that impact touched the lives of her own children. She was determined to find healing on her journey to stop the pain from reaching her grandchildren and future generations. Diana now advocates for those who cope with mental illness, were raised by dysfunctional families, and must overcome abusive situations. She details her challenging journey in her memoir, Loose Cannons. When Generations of Your Loved Ones Have Suffered While Diana's father claims to have never been disciplined, he was more than a little heavy handed when it came to raising his own children. Perhaps because boundaries make kids feel safe and secure. Raising a child without boundaries or discipline often leads to narcissism. Parental boundaries allow children to grow up, to understand they can't always get their way, to be more patient and mature. Knowing that there is a limit to how much comfort and pleasure their parents will provide, children can learn to cope with disappointment; as an added bonus, the mild disappointment often brought about by boundaries can also help children to develop empathy — perhaps for others who have discomfort and disappointment. Understanding the meaning of "limits" allows kids to be more connected to the real world.Healthy Boundaries in Parenting In addition, Diana's mother had a mental illness that left her checked-out most of the time, and later led to complete abandonment. Undiagnosed Mental Illness Led To Abuse Her parent's undiagnosed mental illnesses were the root cause of their unhealthy obsessions and behaviors. As a result, Diana and her siblings faced abuse and neglect as part of their daily life. The level of neglect was so extreme that she was often hungry as her parent's barely fed them. An older brother learned to prepare spaghetti so they'd have something to eat. In fact, it was so bad that she didn't realize they weren't a poor family until much later in life. The reason they weren't fed had nothing to do with lack of finances. Read the memoir Loose Cannons: A Memoir of Mania and Mayhem in a Mormon Family. I've learned there is no such thing as a lie, it always reveals itself eventually. I feel lies and secrets are far more damaging than truth! Remove the Source of Emotional Pain Likely one of the best ways to begin emotional healing is to remove yourself from the source of emotional pain if possible. In Diana's case, there were a number of years she chose to put distance between herself and her parents. Begin Emotional Healing Painful emotions can be a detriment to your overall well-being.

MORNING MUGS: Practices for MindBodyHeart
How NOT to Nurture the Seeds of Negativity

MORNING MUGS: Practices for MindBodyHeart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 8:06


Ever hear people say -surround yourself with good people and it will improve your quality of life? Well, what if you don't have as much control over who surrounds you, then what? In this episode, we'll look for ways to hack back and avoid planting the weeds of negativity within the social circles you may find yourself in. 

Missing Pieces - NPE Life
Art Sisters - S2 Ep2

Missing Pieces - NPE Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 44:20


Welcome to Season 2 Episode 2 - Art Sisters. On today's show I introduce two women who find out they are connected by DNA but also that they share things that really make us question if Nurture has anything at all to who we become. DNA speaks loudly. My guests are Chrysta Bilton author of the amazing book, "Normal Family" where you can find wherever you buy books. Chrysta BiltonJennifer is from the Hudson Valley in New York and is an incredibly talented artist. You can find her website hereIf you want to reach me please do so on Instagram - npe_life_podcast

Inlightin
5 Ways to Heighten Your Intuition {TODAY}

Inlightin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 27:16


Looking to grow your superpower intuition? I got you, boo. In today's episode we delve into these 5 ways to Heighten Your Intuition: 1) Ground & retune with Mother Earth. 2) Nurture creativity 3) Do something bold 4) Channel or Tarot 5) Call in clear (and specific) information I recommend: The Artist Way by Julia Cameron, I like this one. This and more, in today's episode. Thank you SO much for tuning into today.  To support Inlightin, please share this episode, rate on Spotify, and review on Apple (thank you bb) If you have any questions from today's episode, email me. Until next time . . . Stay Curious & Be Conscious. ~Stevie Moon            

OMGeee Was That Offensive?
Episode Twelve: "Friendships...Relationships We Have to Nurture"

OMGeee Was That Offensive?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 50:22


On Episode Twelve Michelle and Lavey discuss friendships, ones you have, ones that have run its course, and ones that you maintain and nurture. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Boomers Today
Getting Older versus Growing Older

Boomers Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 31:52


Gregg Levoy is the author of 'Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion' and the bestseller 'Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life'. He is a regular Keynoter/Featured Speaker at aging-industry conferences around the country, including the International Conference on Positive Aging and the International Council on Active Aging Conference. Gregg has appeared on ABC-TV, CNN, NPR and PBS. He has also written for the New York Times Magazine, Washington Post, Omni, Psychology Today, Fast Company, Reader's Digest, and many others. Sponsor: www.SeniorCareAuthority.com

Position To Impact: The Podcast
S5E9: The Impact Of Nurturing Your Leads for Maximum Sales

Position To Impact: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 22:18


Want to know how to increase your sales by 25%? In this episode, I'm going to tell you about the impact of nurturing your leads and how it can help you achieve maximum success. To all my coaches, consultants, authors, and service based business owners, a weekly show or blog is a great way to build credibility and establish yourself as an authority in your field. But did you know that you can also use your weekly show or blog to generate leads and sales? That's right, and I am not talking about just using it to book sales calls. If you do it right, your weekly show or blog can be a powerful tool for booking you speaking gigs, DM's of people who want to work with you, and people buying your digital products right from the show notes. And one of the best ways to do that is by having a nurturing process. It can be tough to generate leads and sales through your weekly show or blog. Most people put all their focus on creating content, but they forget about the most important part- the lead nurturing process. Without it, you're leaving a lot of money on the table. The key to successful lead nurturing is providing value at every stage of your audience's journey. That means creating content that not only educates and informs your audience, builds trust, and positions you as a valuable resource, but also speaks directly to their soul and heart. If you can do that, you'll be well on your way to turning your weekly show or blog into a revenue-generating machine Hi! I'm Alicia The Impact Mentor from theimpactmentor.com and I consult black and brown female coaches, consultants, and service providers who want to scale their weekly video, podcast, blog or livestream show to start building streams of income. Together we streamline and align your content so that it attracts and helps you sell digital products. No more overwhelm, burnout, and stress. Ultimately, turn your weekly show or blog into a revenue-generating machine. Plus, Nurture your leads with valuable content that will help them buy from you. ------------------------- Position To Impact Podcast S5E2: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s5e2-the-impact-of-power-platforms/id1286836858?i=1000576711021 [Free Guide] 9 Steps To Creating and Selling Digital Products https://byoimage.lpages.co/freeguide/ Join The Divine Content Crew: https://byoimage.lpages.co/ptistore/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alicia-ford/support

The Artful Podcast
Nurture Your Relationships

The Artful Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 9:14 Transcription Available


Audio Blog by Gabe Ratliff. How do you handle prospects and leads? Do you send countless cold emails in the DMs with a tailored-yet-generic template that rarely gets a response? Do you do anything but make cold calls to complete strangers to ask them if they could use your services? Do you put off calling clients about more work because you hate selling your services, and would rather be making, creating, or designing instead?  What if I told you there is a different way? A way that nurtured you and your authentic self as well as your current and potential clients. Support the show

Business Anchors
E119: Why relationships are critical to growing your business, and how to nurture them

Business Anchors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 38:16


In this week's episode, we take a deep dive into professional business relationships and why they're vital for a successful career.We also share with you how some of our biggest opportunities have come around from relationships we have built in the past and how important it is to consider the types of people you a creating a relationship with.Whilst we have your attention, take a look at Adobe Express (Our Podcast Sponsor): https://adobe.ly/3dbnmcr

Partners in Crime in the 19046
#106: “Catching Leaves” With Avi Wisnia

Partners in Crime in the 19046

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 51:13


The PIC are joined this round by musician, TEDxTalk presenter, and all-around swell guy, Avi Wisnia, for a very enjoyable conversation that touches on life, music, human nature, and a lot of autumnal references. Tune in to learn about the differences between being a musician in NYC vs Philly, all about Avi's latest album, "Catching Leaves," what it was like to do a TEDx talk, and find out where you can see the U.S. premiere of a documentary that tells the incredible story of how Avi's "Saba" survived Auschwitz by entertaining his captors with song! We end with an introspective Game Called Something where the true cost of being Jenkintown Famous is revealed. All that and more...LIVE from the 19046! Topics Discussed: - Welcome Avi Wisnia - https://aviwisnia.com - https://www.theroyalglenside.com - History With Jason Ager & Bucks Co. - NYC vs. Philly - Philly Songwriters Circle in Avi's Living Room - “Catching Leaves” Album - “Catching Leaves” Tour - https://aviwisnia.com/tour/ - Avi's TEDxCapeMay Talk - Nature and Nurture of Bossa Nova: Avi Wisnia at TEDxCapeMay 2013 - https://youtu.be/RP4a4JbMfFE - “How Saba Kept Singing” Documentary Premiere - Sunday Nov 6, 2022 - Premiere Info - https://aviwisnia.com/2022/10/how-saba-kept-singing-us-premiere/ - My Polish Wisnia - https://aviwisnia.com/mypolishwisnia/ - AGCS: What is your dream job? - AGCS: What is a mantra you live by? - AGCS: Do you have an influential teacher in your past? - Avi's Parting Words Episode Art Photo by Derek Brad.

Dating, Marriage and Divorce Conversations (DMD)
Interview with Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn - Part 2

Dating, Marriage and Divorce Conversations (DMD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 43:10


I had the privilege to have Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn as a guest on my podcast.  He has been a Dean of Students at Yeshiva Machon Yaakov in Jerusalem for the last 18 years. He is also a co-author of 2 books: Not a Partnership; and Nurture their Nature. He is a sought-after speaker and workshop presenter, and he regularly runs a successful Marriage Mastermind program.I had an opportunity to take a deep dive with Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn on all phases of a romantic relationship. In this Part 2, we focused mostly on the marriage challenges and the work to be done post-divorce. Dr. Lynn can be found at https://www.yoseflynn.com/Hope you enjoy part 1!!!

Marketing Tips for Photographers | The Tog Republic Podcast
210: How To Nurture Relationships To Get On Venue Lists With Shannon Tarrant

Marketing Tips for Photographers | The Tog Republic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 38:38


Friend, as photographers we are constantly looking to get on the grace of wedding planners (and you should), but venues are where is at! Venues have more opportunities for business than a single planner, and you can count that couples looking at your favorite venues that are within your budget and aesthetics. In today's episode, I had the opportunity to chat with Shannon Tarrant. She is on a mission to help event pros learn a proven system for success. A professional go-getter, she is a highly regarded speaker and coach while running her own business - WeddingVenueMap.com, and launching a new podcast, The Wedding Sassholes. Listen to today's episode to get some tips and insights about how to nourish relationships with venues and opportunities to get on their lists. You can find more about Shannon Tarrant here: Wedding Venue Map Website Shannon's Instagram The Wedding Sassholes Podcast -- ARE YOU READY TO LEVEL UP YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS? CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS: 1:1 coaching program: This coaching photogram is designed for photographers that haven't been able to book consistent clients, make lasting relationships in their industry, and are overwhelmed trying to find out why things aren't working. Get all the information here: https://thetogrepublic.com/coaching Join me on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thetogrepublic Purchase The Art Of Pinning: https://thetogrepublic.com/pinterest Join the private FREE FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thetogrepublic

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast
A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:18


A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

The Premium Pete Show
Life Gems “Dream Those Dreams”

The Premium Pete Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 20:28


The Premium Pete Show presents: Life Gems with Premium Pete!

Overcome Pornography for Good
94. Nurture vs. Numbing

Overcome Pornography for Good

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 10:23


Discover the difference between nurturing yourself and numbing. You'll hear some questions you can ask yourself to identify what you need most in moments when you are tempted to numb with pornography, and why nurturing yourself is not the same as running away from your emotions.    Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.sarabrewer.com/blog/nurture-vs-numbing

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast
A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:18


A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

Sleep Eat Perform Repeat
#196 Daniel Davey - Founder of daveynutrition, performance nutritionist and best-selling author

Sleep Eat Perform Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 45:21


Today we spoke with Daniel Davey, for the 2nd time - Founder of daveynutrition, performance nutritionist and best-selling author Daniel brings a wealth of experience at the highest level of performance nutrition, having worked with Leinster rugby and the Dublin footballers. He brings a plethora of practical, implementable and simple advice for people looking to build better nutrition and hydration habits. His first book, 'Eat Up, Raise Your Game' had massive success which we spoke about today (top-10 for 27 weeks!). His new book, 'Eat Up - the next level' promises the same success - we asked about the title, the dedication (thanks for sharing Daniel, and what you have learned from your dad!), and feelings around when a book is near completion and finished. Trust about what others share, cultures around high performance sport, mixed meals (and why they are important!), and the small things that make a big impact are great talking points - plus, nutrition in the corporate world. Daniel explains why the gut microbiome is involved in every aspect of our health, mood, skin, immunity, production of essential nutrients and wellbeing. We had a wonderful dialogue around eggs too! You can find out more about Daniels' work on his website at www.daveynutrition.com Key Moments

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast
A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:18


A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

Marketing Guides for Small Businesses
Using Email Nurture Campaigns to Turn Your Prospects Into Customers

Marketing Guides for Small Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:09


According to a Marketo study, 96% of the visitors to your website aren't ready to buy yet. And depending on the source you view, research shows that on average it takes anywhere from 5 to 10 touchpoints before a buyer makes a sale. In B2B business, it could take up to 13 touchpoints to even generate a qualified sales lead. So, how do you help move your prospects along through your buyer's journey and turn them into customers? One excellent way is through email nurture campaigns. Email nurture campaigns are powerful tools for influencing prospects to become customers and generating repeat customers.  If you're not leveraging Nurture campaigns to guide prospects through their buying journey then you are missing out on a marketing powerhouse and you are losing opportunities.  So let's jump in and look at what email and text nurture campaigns are and how you can start using them today. In this episode, we'll discuss: What lead nurturing is and why it's important. How a small business can nurture leads using email. The different parts that make up an email lead nurturing campaign. How you can leverage marketing automation to nurture leads. Real-life examples of email nurture campaigns to help you understand how they work.  How you can get started with a lead nurturing strategy for your small business.

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast
A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

CBN.com - Health - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:18


A 30-Year Vision for Each of Their Children: Parents of Five Show Others How to Nurture the Next Generation

Normalize The Conversation
How Can We Nurture A Positive Mental Health Culture In The Workplace? with Scott Carl Beltz

Normalize The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 44:00


Scott Carl Beltz is an entrepreneur, servant leader, and poetic seer involved with professional and communal initiatives including organizational development, dynamic partnerships, and peer-to-peer consulting.  He compares cultural dynamics of our past with our present, to determine optimal recourse for future societal engineering and cultural adaptation within organizational bodies and society at large.   Scott founded Nurture Culture® in 2019 with a vision for empathetic company cultures as the gold-standard. Nurture Culture® quantifies and manages organizational culture with Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) methodology.  Alongside his professional endeavors, Scott interprets his ancestry to understand ancestral experiences as a foundation to help others comprehend both their ancestral trauma and their lineage's gifts.  Born in America to descendants of European Immigrants, his ancestors include the Gaelic, Germanic, Norman, Nordic, Baltic, Hellenic, and Scythian peoples.    Scott's gifts are channeling the fir flaithemon, the ‘truth of of the prince', and practicing techniques of the Filí, an ancient class of poetic seers, to hold space for sustainable decorum.  As heir apparent to the ancient, Gaelic royal family, the Uí Néill, it is Scott's life's purpose to embody and uphold the truthful accounts of his ancestry, his life's experiences both professionally and communally, and all peoples objectively correct assertions and subjective thoughts and feelings. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/normalizetheconversation/support

Living In Rhythm
ROOT to RISE ep 30

Living In Rhythm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 2478:00


The essence of this session~ Sourcing Power & Penetrating the Field.Core Calibration:Ground. Consolidate core energy at the base of the spine~ the Root Chakra.Root into the core of the Earth. Expand roots into the earth in all directions like tree branches. Tune into the swell of the Root Rising… ride it like a wave.Cosmic Synchronization:The Sun, Venus, Mercury and the south node of the moon are traversing through the early degrees of Scorpio. The essence of Scorpio is Power. Creative Force & Sex. Scorpio's mystical aspects have the ability to move beyond the veil and consolidate life-force in order to penetrate the field with potent accuracy. The moon is waxing crescent into a first quarter square at 8º Aquarius on Halloween and Dios De Los Muertos. These magical days honor the middle point of the autumnal season in the northern hemisphere, therefore the upcoming waxing half moon seems to be particularly synchronistic. Nurture the Roots, respect the Ancestors. Remember and resource power from the root of our being and the prayers of Ancestors who came before… May it be a source of power for those who come after. In other planetary news… Mars enters a retrograde cycle from now until January of 2023. Expression may be sharp and witty… Practice communicating from a higher caliber of the Love frequency.Sista Sunday waxes philosophy in the art & science of Living in Rhythm through Cosmic Synchronization with the Sun, Moon and Elements, as well as Core Calibration of the mind, body and spirit for empowering herself and others to let their soul shine. It's a lifestyle!

Potential Psychology
REVISITING How to Thrive: Nurture and Getting Splendid Sleep

Potential Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 45:37


We're revisiting our How to Thrive series co-hosted with positive psychotherapist Marie McLeod for Mental Health Month. This series initially went live in late 2021 - almost 12 months ago - while How to Thrive, the documentary, was still in production. It is now out in the world and showing in cinemas all over the country. "A good night's sleep starts the moment we wake up." We're almost at the end of Season 11 with 2 more episodes left. Today, we're back with our second to the last episode of our new weekly podcast series "How To Thrive", a collaboration with positive psychology coach Marie McLeod. We're exploring the last beam of the BEACON model; a model of thriving that Marie has developed to guide us through the simple steps to thriving and flourishing in life. In this episode, we talk about Nurture - the one and only beam of the BEACON model that is about our physical health and how it interplays with our mental health. Nurture focuses on four aspects: eating, moving, sleeping, and being mindful. All of which revolve around, energy. Marie and I talk about: Why maintaining energy is important in helping people thrive A handy acronym to help us remember how to keep our energy levels sustained Why do we need sleep How important is sleep for productivity, performance, and mental health How sleep deprivation impacts cognitive abilities and emotional regulation What is sleep hygiene and why we need to think about it Factors that affect our sleep and some practical tips to improve our sleep quality Your quest for the week: Nurture yourself by making improvements to your sleep quality. You can check out the cheat sheet to "Seven Steps to Splendid Sleep" in Marie's website or any of the resources listed above for tips on how to improve your sleep hygiene. Resources mentioned in this episode: Marie's website - needtoseesomeone.com and resources here. Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Dr. Matthew Walker Fast Asleep by Dr Michael Mosley Headspace Don't Blame The Reptilian Brain with Dr. Sarah McKay Indulge Your Neurobiology TedTalk by Dr. Sarah McKay Sleeping Well with Dr Kate Sprecher The National Sleep Foundation Want to become a Potential Psychology Podcast VIP? You can now become a special VIP member of the Potential Psychology Podcast community with access to bonus episodes - the first of which is now ready and waiting for you. Dr Mike Rucker, co-host of our most recent podcast series on Fun and Wellbeing, and I are discussing the importance of making time for fun and positive experiences in our workplaces with tips on better email and meeting management and the kind of workplace we need to really thrive. To join as a subscriber, at the tiny little cost of AU$5.99 a month head to https://anchor.fm/potentialpsychology/subscribe. I'm looking forward to seeing you in our inner sanctum. Feedback? We want to hear from you. Email podcast@potential.com.au Want to hear more? It's all at

Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Dr. Marisa G. Franco on How to Nurture True and Deep Connections EP 207

Passion Struck with John R. Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 56:42 Transcription Available


Today I talk to Dr. Marisa G. Franco (@drmarisagfranco), a New York Times bestselling author, professor, and psychologist. She communicates the science of connection in digestible ways and is passionate about sharing research with the people it could help the most. Dr. Franco is the author of the NY Times bestseller Platonic: How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make—and Keep—Friends as an Adult. Purchase Platonic: https://amzn.to/3zmTZ83  (Amazon Link) Brought to you by American Giant (get 20% off using code PassionStruck at https://www.american-giant.com/). What We Discuss with Dr. Marisa G. Franco Dr. Franco generously shares her deep understanding of how to nurture true and deep connections. She explains why our connections underlie everything—our motivation, career, health, and sense of who we are. We discuss how to make and keep friends in a world that is filled with distraction, burnout, and chaos.  Why we as a society place more emphasis on romantic love at the expense of other relationships and the sciences that is behind the bonds we form between us—for example, why your friends aren't calling you back (it's not because they hate you!). Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/marisa-g-franco-nurture-deep-connections/  --► For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to: https://passionstruck.com/deals/  --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/Temggvj7TCc  Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Did you hear my interview with Dr. Nate Zinsser, a West Point performance psychologist? Catch up with episode 204: Dr. Nate Zinsser on How Do You Create a Confident Mind ===== FOLLOW ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_sruck_podcast Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/ 

The JOY Factor: Mindfulness, Compassion, Positive Psychology, Healing, Yoga

Today's Show Hello, and welcome to season 8, episode 36 of  The JOY Factor Podcast! My guest today is Dr. Sue Williams Dr.Williams grew up in Iowa and earned her BA in Psychology at University of Iowa. She is a 2001 graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. She specializes in Working with autoimmune diseases, Chronic Fatigue, Crohn's disease, Ulcerative Colitis, LYME, MS, Hepatitis, cancer, ED, Asthma/Allregies, COPD, Macular Degeneration, Candida, Heart Disease, Mold toxicity, weight management. fertility issues and women's health. Dr. Sue Williams vast health and wellness consultations over the past 18 years contributes to her ability to support individuals with chronic and acute conditions, she will refer individuals out as necessary. Sue Williams embraces her mission of helping individuals stay healthy and balanced. Whether it is with her extensive knowledge of supplementation, ability to balance prescription medications with natural remedies, knowledge of ideal range values for blood chemistry, or her understanding of hormone interactions and genetic impacts on the body she always strives to treat the root of the problem without suppressing symptoms. No matter what a patient is suffering from, she works with them to heal their entire life- from the foods they eat, to the activities they participate in, and the thoughts they think, to achieve whole-body restoration for each particular patient. What does the phrase joy factor mean to you? Today my joy factor is food. I love to eat and I love to cook as my love language. I put thought and care into the food we eat and for my family and am thankful for my ability to think about what we want to put into our bodies and feed our families.  What We'll Learn Shop the parameters of the grocery store and eat as much organic food as possible. If you're eating the skin of the food, try to buy organic. Sue recommends shopping at Aldi :).  If you're feeling achy or stiff… What are you eating everyday? Evaluate your nightshade veggie consumption (tomatoes, eggplants, potatoes, peppers) Joint pain/stiffness, headaches, chronic neck, back and shoulder pain are all signs of inflammation. Finger and feet swelling. Eat more apples- high in quercetin- anti-inflammatory. Find the joy in getting started with a concrete goal and plan to eat more veggies!  Tips to help empower you to add more vegetables to your diet Remember they are high in fiber- the more we have the more toxins can be washed out of our body.  Choose a vegetable you like. Half your plate should be vegetables. Try some new vegetables. Very easy to roast your vegetables. Cauliflower rice is a great addition to most diets- tasty and easy to season. Ask- how do I make fresh foods and what is the easiest way to do it? Saute Pressure cooking/Instant Pot. Add more beans to your diet! Do it with love. Emotional and Mental Tips See food as healing for the body What does my body need to feel strong and healthy? Ask good questions:  Why am I eating this? Will these chips make me feel better after I eat them?  What side effects from the food am I getting? Is there a better choice for me? If I don't have a better choice can I have my quick fix choice (chips etc.) can I have only one serving? Tips for Eating Mindfully Pausing to ask: Where does your food come from? Say a prayer of thanks for the food Eat your food as slowly as possible Enjoy the textures, smells, multiple flavors Slow down and savor! Resources Mentioned 30 Day Diabetes Miracle Cookbook Foxpoint Spice-Great for vegetables Justice Spice Connect with Sue Williams: eatnurturegrow@gmail.com Thank you for Listening It is a true honor to bring this podcast to you and I am so grateful that you took the time to listen. If you enjoyed the show, please share it with your friends and family. The JOY Factor Podcast Do you have a second to complete this brief listener survey? It helps our show track who is listening so we can create topics of interest to you!  http://survey.libsyn.com/thejoyfactorpodcast

The Clarity Call
118. Make It R.A.I.N.

The Clarity Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 26:18


In the moment, when you get a bad feeling…make it R.A.I.N. Recognize, Allow, Investigate, Nurture. In this episode, we walk you through this acronym from Ian Cron's book “The Story of You” to give you a method that is sure to help in challenging situations when you feel yourself spinning in negative thoughts and emotions. I know this sounds simple, but it does take work to implement, which is SO much easier to achieve when working with a life coach. And, GOOD NEWS, Kimberlee is a certified life coach and she would love to help you utilize what she teaches on the podcast AND SO MUCH MORE! Let her help you discover a better mindset to get you through your daily challenges on your journey to CLARITY. The first session is FREE! So what are you waiting for? Go to ClarityCallCoaching.com to claim your spot NOW! And while you're there, be sure to sign up for our FREE weekly email where we offer even more tips to creating a life of CLARITY. Please be sure to leave a rating and review of the podcast. We love the feedback! And share it with your friends! We would also love to hear from you on our social media accounts @theclaritycall on Instagram and at Clarity Call On Facebook. What comments do you want to share with us about the podcast? And what questions do you have? Podcast episode referenced : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/typology/id1254061093?i=1000537855764 He shares RAIN it in the last 5 min of this episode.

Shifting Inside Out
Episode 36 - Celebrate Being Average, The Upside is Bonus feat. Ben Natarajan

Shifting Inside Out

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 44:40


What a great conversation with Ben Natarajan, tech exec and your not so average Joe. Join us to hear the conversation and learn about his:·       Morning routine done his way (the opposite of what everyone says to do!)·       LOVE for food + knowledge.·       Message that ‘average' is good!·       Greatest highlight he learned about himself.·       Goals being his own, not someone else's. ·       Distilled inflection points on his journey.·       Advice to identify your skill of strength.·       ‘Goal posts' lesson.·       Approach to the upside! Ben offers such vulnerable insight into his journey and what he has learned along the way. His suggestions and viewpoints on how others can make the shift is spot on.  The conversation is important, as it gives permission to release false expectations and allowing ourselves to be content and fulfilled with where we are in career and life and celebrate our already fantastic achievements. Recommendations from Ben:·       Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari·       Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas that Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries by Safi Bahcall·       The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee.  Listen here https://angiemccourt.transistor.fm/episodesToday book #2 Authentic Leadership: Embracing Your Archetypal gifts is available on Amazon and other major online retailers. It's All About Authentic Leadership! Love Your Gifts introduces 11 authentic leadership gifts and how to shift from behavior patterns of outdated leadership styles. Available in paperback.

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller
Can Tomlin Find an Offensive Guru to Nurture Kenny Pickett?

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 24:55


Is Mike Tomlin the right man for the job to usher the Pittsburgh Steelers into their next era? Andrew and Chris are not confident that Tomlin is the right coach to lead the development of Kenny Pickett considering his inability to effectively hire offensive coaches.

Armed to the Heart
12. How to Connect More Deeply with your Husband in the Busyness of Life & Parenthood: 6 Questions for Meaningful Conversation, to Nurture Greater Emotional Intimacy in Marriage

Armed to the Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 9:13


In the busyness of life & motherhood do you feel like there's a bit more distance between you & your husband than you'd like? Do you long for deeper physical, mental, emotional, & spiritual intimacy but not know where to start, how to communicate how you're really feeling, or struggle finding time to deeply connect with each other? -Maybe you're finding yourself disappointed your husband isn't really seeing you, meeting your needs, or appreciating all that you do. -Maybe you wish he'd step up more around the house so you don't have to feel the pressure to do it all or carry so much of the load. -Maybe your crazy schedules & the emotional disconnect, or the physical changes through pregnancy & postpartum are impacting your physical intimacy. The transitions into and through parenthood bring HUGE changes into our marriage relationship and all of a sudden it's easy to miss the WE that we had before, and how easy it used to be to feel more connected. And whenever we're tired, stressed, overworked or overwhelmed from caring for kids, managing work, the home, & life, it's natural to feel the strain. Like there's less deep connection & more tension. You are not alone. This was us too. This can be a big struggle but there is so much hope. This is one of the topics that comes up most often in my coaching. Even if things are going fairly well and you're great teammates, God doesn't want you to settle for feeling like passing ships or roommates. It's possible to reconnect, grow in intimacy, & experience transformation in your marriage so your marriage feels alive again! Give this short episode a listen to learn 6 powerful questions to spark deeper connection with the heart of your spouse — this is an easy way to find the time to nurture your marriage & stay more connected, even with little babies & busy work-lives. I pray this blesses your relationship as it has ours. ---- *If you want to work through these struggles & take your marriage & teamwork to the next level with Christ at the center, I can help you.

Better Edge : A Northwestern Medicine podcast for physicians
How the NURTURE Program Supports Faculty Recruitment and Equity

Better Edge : A Northwestern Medicine podcast for physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded Northwestern Medicine a transformative grant of $16 million. This funding will aim to disrupt systemic barriers that impede the full participation of underrepresented groups.This initiative, called the Northwestern University Recruitment to Transform Under-Representation and achieve Equity (NURTURE) Program, is one of only 11 such awardees to date in the country.In this episode of Better Edge podcast, Melissa A. Simon, MD, MPH, primary investigator and project leader for the grant, discusses how Northwestern Medicine plans to use the grant to ensure the success of faculty members from historically underrepresented populations.

Relationship Status
189th Date: You Coming Back With a Ring

Relationship Status

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 61:18


Hosts: Nique Crews, C.L. Butler, & Yusuf Topic: Nature Vs Nature On today's episode of Relationship Status, Nique, C.L., and Yusuf talk taking a trip after a breakup, Nature vs Nurture, and getting cut off in a conversation. They then get into the communication between men and women. Be prepared to laugh out loud, shake your head, disagree, and maybe even surprise yourself by agreeing with a few controversial points. All this and more in this episode. Join the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/195408429382173/ Contact us via email: Relstatpodcast@gmail.com or call us on our hotline at 843-310-8637 To support the show LISTEN NOW ON ALL PODCAST PLATFORMS‼️ Subscribe, Share, Like, Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ rate Follow us on all social media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/relstatpodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/relationshipstatuscast/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/relstatpodcast/ Youtube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL03ncwfFDp07TZWgwumSXy2S0A-8y2iW4 Nique Crews: https://www.instagram.com/niquecrews/ Yusuf: https://www.instagram.com/yoshinthebuilding/ Cl Butler: https://www.instagram.com/cl2butler/ Visit our sponsors: www.unfilteredforever.com make sure to use our promo code RSP for a 15% discount on your entire order. Family Preservation Community Services: 888-782-3424 EXT 11 or 12 or visit the website FPCSCORP.COM Check out CRUX Media Group @cruxmediagroupspods on IG to check out some other great podcasts

The Andy Ramage Podcast
17499 - On Friendships

The Andy Ramage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 3:45


Days Left On Earth: 17499I want to create new friendships with people who are on the same adventure as me.I have little interest in late nights and drunk people. If you want to connect let's do it at sunrise!Tara, my girls, brothers, best mates and parents are most important. It's on me to find different ways to connect in ways that do not involve alcohol.Nurture new friendships and be brave enough to realise that some old ones will no longer fulfil you. Equally, dont give up on friendships.Be proactive and meet on your terms in a way that will create value for you both.A hike or bike instead of a drink.

In Full Color
Moving in Silence + A Guided Meditation to Nurture the Creative Spirit

In Full Color

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 24:58


Find my book at likethesunatmidday.com Book a 1:1 session with me here: https://calendly.com/amyinfullcolor/visionary-session There is a time and a place to be witnessed as a creator, and to share your work with the world. BUT, in this episode, I advocate for moving through the earlier stages of the creative process in silence. I share why silence can be powerful and protective, and when it does make sense to bring other people into the process. Then, we bring these ideas down into the body and heart through a brief, soothing guided meditation. For more creative musings, come hang out with me on instagram @amyinfullcolor and at amyinfullcolor.com. Book a free guided visualization with me here: https://calendly.com/amyinfullcolor/free-guided-visualization

A Date With Darkness Podcast
Learning How to Make and Nurture Friendships, Featuring Danielle Bayard Jackson, Friendship Expert

A Date With Darkness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 58:05


Danielle Bayard Jackson, friendship coach joined the show today to discuss how we can learn to make friends as an adult. It can be particularly challenging learning how to make connections after being wounded in prior friendships. We discuss simple steps on learning how to move past your fears and make friends.  The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC.  Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Podcast To connect with Danielle Jackson visit: Danielle's website Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones hello@drnataliejones.com  Sign up for the free ebook on Red  Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group

The Long Distance Love Bombs Podcast
176: Leila Dylla - How do you find and nurture your gifts?

The Long Distance Love Bombs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 62:24


Leila Dylla is a modern-day mystic that lives life passionately devoted to healing, wholeness, and honoring the sacred thread that ties us all together. Her entrepreneurial journey began in 2011 after her first Yoga teacher training and has continued to be filled with personal development training, travel, and deep esoteric studies. Leila has a degree in physiology and kinesiology, she is an 800-hour experienced registered yoga teacher, breathwork facilitator and trainer, reiki practitioner, trauma-informed life coach, writer, spiritual teacher, and self-taught gourmet chef. She lives an unconventional lifestyle of freedom, beauty, and bold self-expression. She strives to inspire brilliance and divine reconnection in all that she meets and is devoted to weaving her Soul's purpose into each moment. Leila serves as a mentor for women, couples, and communities. She is the founder of The Heart Space Mission, a sacred community of heart-led women devoted to spiritual evolution. She is a retreat leader, teacher trainer, and spiritual guide for many who are walking the path back to true power, freedom, the divine, and a life of sacred service. COME TO THE CARIBBEAN WITH US FOR NEW YEARS? Click here for more information and to reserve your spot: https://www.manuncivilized.com/the-awakening Check out her website: https://www.leiladylla.com Watch her on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtwVehOWT4-vmY3dN7y-1Sw Follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leila.dylla Follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leila.dylla ___________________________________ Follow Jeremy on Instagram @LongDistanceLoveBombs: https://www.instagram.com/longdistancelovebombs Looking for a heartfelt gift? Visit Jeremy's print shop here: https://www.longdistancelovebombs.com/theshop Sign up for Jeremy's weekly newsletter! Each week, I share a personal story and my favorite books, tunes, articles, and ideas. Click here: https://longdistancelovebombs.mykajabi.com/email. It's easy and takes five seconds. Check out a list of 100 of Jeremy's favorite books here, including many his guests have written and recommend reading: https://www.amazon.com/shop/longdistancelovebombs. Here is all of Jeremy's favorite stuff on the planet: https://www.longdistancelovebombs.com/favorites --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/longdistancelovebombs/message

The ThriveOn Podcast
E208 How to Nurture Your Energy and Create the Life You Want, with Dr. Amberleigh Carter, DM, AMP, HHP

The ThriveOn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 77:45


In this episode, we welcome Dr. Amberleigh Carter to the show to discuss how we can tap into a higher frequency to live life on our own terms. We also chat about what a doctor of metaphysics does, healthy/unhealthy suffering, breathing practices, and so much more. Tune in for more and see below for a full list of topics covered in this episode. Key Topics The importance of “playing” and having fun as an adult  How Amberleigh became a Doctor of Metaphysics and how she helps people Why it's so important to nurture yourself Healthy vs unhealthy suffering  Masculine and feminine energy  What is a “state of being”? Breathing practices and their influence on your body Metaphysical touch and how it affects the human body What it looks like to work with Amberleigh  What does “thriving” mean to her?   Connect with Amberleigh: Instagram Website   Connect with CJ Finley: CJ's Instagram   Thrive On Life Instagram Thrive On Life Website 

Muslim Superdad and Wondermom Podcast
How do we nurture creativity in our kids?

Muslim Superdad and Wondermom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 37:21 Very Popular


In a society where life is all about careers and earning a living, creativity is often put on a back burner, if it receives any attention at all. However, nurturing creativity in your kids is crucial. What exact role should creativity play in our kids' lives, and what practical ways can we direct these efforts for the better? Justin Mashouf, an award winning Muslim director and producer based in Los Angeles, shares his journey with creativity, his career in film, and practical ways parents can nurture creativity in their children's everyday lives

The Hypnotist
Hypnosis to Make the Most of Your Life

The Hypnotist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 15:08


Adam creates a hypnosis session inspired by the poem Desiderata by Max Ehrmann. Adam offers a decision to highlight that time is more important than money and then utilises the content of the poem to highlight the importance of making the most of the life that you have. This powerful hypnosis session will help you stop wasting time on things that don't matter and give you the motivation to pursue those things that do.  This is the poem:  Go placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even to the dull and the ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid loud and aggressive persons; they are vexatious to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain or bitter, for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs, for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals, and everywhere life is full of heroism. Be yourself. Especially do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment, it is as perennial as the grass. Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be. And whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy. FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOAD: To thank you for being a listener to the show Adam is giving you a 100% FREE hypnosis download worth £10/$12 using the coupon code FREE here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/downloads.html  Adam Cox is one of the world's most innovative hypnotists and is known for being the hypnotherapist of choice for Celebrities, CEO's and even Royalty. To book a free 30-minute consultation call to consider working with Adam go to: https://go.oncehub.com/AdamCox You can contact Adam at adam@adamcox.co.uk Further information on Adam is here: https://linktr.ee/AdamCoxOfficial  Tags: Adam Cox, the hypnotist, NLP, asmr, hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist, stress, sleep, worry, meditation, guided meditation, hypnotism, anxiety, metaphor, poem, 

THE SPANGLISH MAMA│Holy Spirit-Led Parenting and the Power of Words using Biblically Based Affirmations for Spanish Bilingu
[103] Speak Life Lunes| Want to Nurture a Love for Learning Language in Your Kids? My Biblical Parenting Perspective. LISTENER ASKS!

THE SPANGLISH MAMA│Holy Spirit-Led Parenting and the Power of Words using Biblically Based Affirmations for Spanish Bilingu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 44:04


Hey Mama! Long time no hear! I will soon give an update of my long time off from the podcast, stay tune. Today, I have an exciting surprise a listener asks, "Do you have any tips on getting over insecurities to speak Spanish and how to nurture a love  in our kids for learning the language and honoring our Hispanic heritage? I love this question, and am ecstatic about Holy Spirit's wisdom with how to implement the truth of the Word in this matter! Tune in and enjoy the Bible verses I share on staying encouraged through the journey of learning a language, overcoming insecurities, plus fun family strategies to learn Spanish.  in faith, hope, and love -Ellie Connect with me! ✨NEW✨ Work with me!