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The KGEZ Good Morning Show
Nurturing Center Outreach & Communication Specialist Jennifer Sevier

The KGEZ Good Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 10:49


Nurturing Center Outreach & Communication Specialist Jennifer Sevier joined the KGEZ Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on Wednesday August 17, 2022.

Serious Business
Riva Johnson on Nurturing Customers with Tags and Connections

Serious Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 22:10


Getting to know our new entrepreneurs is always a form of inspiration not only for myself but also for others. This is why today I wanted to share with you more about coach Riva Johnson, her story and experience using Progreda, and how it helped her improve her business.

The Leveraged Practice Podcast
Ep.191 Do You Need Social Media to Get More Clients?

The Leveraged Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 23:00


Stephanie Clairmont offers some of her best strategies to tackle a common challenge faced by almost anyone who runs an online coaching business: getting more paid clients into their programs.   Listen in as Stephanie encourages us to reframe our thinking as we work to attract the right people to us—by looking past the money and making it our goal to connect with the right human beings whose problems we can solve.   She breaks down the three powerful systems you need to have in place in order to stand above the noise and build a pool of ideal clients. She also shares her best practices for content marketing in 2022.   Key Topics: How social media has changed over the past year (04:17) Nurturing leads (05:52) Audience growth (09:22) Colleague referral system (11:55) Collab and partnership system (13:39) Ambassador/affiliate program (15:36) Content marketing (17:38) About the Multiply program (18:51)   If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy: Ep.188 Building Group Programs to End Patient Isolation with the Shift Work Dietitian Ep.189 How to Help your Clients Feel Supported in an Online Program Ep. 190 Launching Without a Live Event (No CTA)   Grow an audience full of people who are perfect for your program MULTIPLY: Market & Grow Sign up to join the wait list for The Leveraged Practice MULTIPLY 6-week course. You'll be the first to hear when enrollment opens and qualify for the Early Bird Discount!

Mom Enough: Parenting tips, research-based advice + a few personal confessions!
Stress & Resilience: Nurturing Healthy Emotional Responses in Children and Parents

Mom Enough: Parenting tips, research-based advice + a few personal confessions!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 36:52


It is inevitable that we experience stress at every stage of our life. In fact, we need a certain level of stress or challenge to drive action. But when stress is too intense, frequent or sustained, it becomes toxic. Especially for children, when there is not a caring, comforting adult available to buffer the effects of stress, it inhibits learning and development. Stress without a supportive, responsive adult makes it hard for a child to form positive relationships, gain new skills and enjoy everyday life free of fear.   Melissa Williams, therapist and program director at St. David's Center for Child and Family Development, joins Marti & Erin for this first podcast of a three-part series that will help you learn how stress affects your child and you. Melissa discusses the stress response in children, toxic stress and its effect on children's development, and how we can respond to the effects of toxic stress. This three-part series will help you support your child's self-regulation and coping strategies at times of stress and expand your own healthy coping strategies at the same time. Don't miss this important discussion and those to follow in coming weeks.   WHAT STEPS WILL YOU TAKE TO MANAGE STRESS AND BUILD RESILIENCE? What are the three levels of stress Mel Williams described? What new insights did you gain about the effects of stress on babies or very young children? And what simple things can you do to buffer a child's stress when it can't be avoided?   WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT STRESS & RESILIENCE? ❉ FROM CO-REGULATION TO SELF-REGULATION: PARENT-CHILD INTERACTIONS THAT PREPARE OUR CHILDREN FOR LIFE. Tune into the first episode of our previous series on self-regulation with Melissa Williams from St. David's Center. This engaging and practical discussion highlights what is involved in co-regulation, with an emphasis on how to show, tell and practice together with our children. Melissa also highlights the importance of “rupture and repair,” describing how we can admit our mistakes at those times when we get it wrong with our kids (as we all do!), say we are sorry and tell our child what we will try to do differently the next time.   ❉ DISCOVERING WHAT WILL HELP YOUR CHILD DEVELOP SELF-REGULATION SKILLS: DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS. One of the major developmental tasks in early childhood is self-regulation, which includes establishing healthy patterns of eating, sleeping and other routines. Even as older children and adults, we struggle with regulation at times, which can disrupt learning, relationships and other aspects of our lives. Robin Campbell and Cheryl Lundsgaard from St. David's Center for Child & Family Development, shed light on what self-regulation means, how we can help our children become self-regulated, and how important it is to discover what works best for each unique member of our family.

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
Episode 117: Why Email Marketing Works with Barbara Murphy-Shannon

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:45


What you will learn from this episode: Find out how email marketing can grow your beauty business The email must-haves to get a higher click rate for client appointments How to turn email readers and subscribers into buyers   Do you remember when recently, everyone panicked from a sudden shutdown of several social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and more? It seemed like their business was in trouble, and they didn't know what to do because all of their communication/marketing strategies relied solely on those social media platforms. Yes, as you know, nothing lasts forever. We don't own those platforms or our contacts on those platforms. Therefore, getting your prospective clients and customers' email addresses is essential so that you are not dependent on the "borrowed land" of social media. In this episode, we will review the importance of email marketing and tips on using this tool to nurture prospective clients on their buying journey for your beauty business services. Topics Covered: 01:21 - A funny story 03:02 - Barbara's background and expertise 06:11 - Your return on investment with email marketing 07:12 - The omnipresent effect 09:01 - Mistakes with email marketing10:05 - What gets the higher click rates 11:38 - One of the most critical parts of an email 15:06 - Developing a welcome sequence 19:51 - Using "story" in your email 20:25 - Nurturing your audience with email marketing Key Takeaways:  "You can't ignore email or you can't ignore social media. You just can't ignore either one. You have to use both to grow your business." - Barbara Murphy-Shannon  "They say what do I write? Well, that's it. If you solved a problem, tell them I solved the problem, tell them the misconception about whatever product or service you're selling so that you can get more information." - Barbara Murphy-Shannon  "Email marketing is like dating. You got to know each other a little bit, talk to each other, you got to communicate, talk about yourself, find what their problem is, how you can help them. Build value." -Barbara Murphy-Shannon "Platforms and individual accounts can get shut down for noreason. Sometimes, it's random. Email is always there. it is important to continue to nurture this relationship." - April Meese

Compassion Parenting Podcast
Nurturing Independence so Kids Can Flourish

Compassion Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 40:04


How do we untangle ourselves form the "worry" culture and give our kids enough independence to grow? In this episode, we'll hear from Lenore Skenazy, whose controversial article, "Why I Let My 9-year-old Ride the Subway Alone" opened an important dialogue about the drawbacks of overprotection and created a movement.

Wake Up to Level Up
Mind Ya' Business: Nurturing Your Beauty Biz to Grow

Wake Up to Level Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 18:56


In this episode, beauty business entrepreneur Kelly Callaghan addresses the challenges surrounding inflation and shares her best points to help you save money and continue developing profit despite its effects. By the end of this episode, you will learn about: Maintaining an accurate inventory and using it to make effective decisions. Taking advantage of retail product and e-commerce opportunities. Doing the math to figure out the best value for your investments! Looking into memberships and subscriptions for your clients. To follow Kelly's story, connect with her on the Beauty Business Babes Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/beautybusinessbabes, website at www.spraytanclass.com, https://xtansunless.com/, via email at info@spraytanclass.com, and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/iam_kellyann. Kelly also posts on her YouTube channel, Kelly Callaghan.  And of course, don't forget to join us next time for another episode of Beauty Business Babes!

Homeschooling Families by Teach Them Diligently
A Gospel-Centered Home Through Hygge | 145

Homeschooling Families by Teach Them Diligently

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 35:59


On today's podcast, we are joined by author, podcast host, and homeschool mom Jamie Erickson. We are continuing our series to help us go back to homeschool with more purpose and clarity that we have ever had before! What Jamie and Leslie will discuss today is something we believe all of us want but sometimes seems hard to find because we have to rearrange our thinking to make it happen. We know today your heart will be encouraged as we discuss hygge (HOO-GUH) in our homeschool and creating a Gospel-centered home through the Danish practice of Hygge. Meet the Guest: When she's not curating memories, hoarding vintage books, or playing ringmaster to her circus of five blissfully abnormal kids, Jamie Erickson can be found encouraging and equipping a growing tribe of mothers all across the globe on the Mom to Mom podcast. Jamie is the author of Homeschool Bravely and her newest book, Holy Hygge: Creating a Place for People to Gather and the Gospel to Grow, launching September 6, 2022. Today's episode is brought to you by Trail Life USA. Trail Life is where boys and men thrive! With more than 40,000 members in nearly 900 Troops across all 50 states, homeschool moms and dads are discovering the power of outdoor adventure and badge-based education to engage boys, nurture faith, and awaken a love for learning. Unshackled from the classroom, boys and dads come to life in an environment where faith and understanding grow naturally. Men love the intentional discipleship time carved out with their sons, as together they plan, work, serve, learn, and experience adventure together -- relationships grow, faith becomes real, leadership is learned, and boys grow to become biblically-bold, courageous servant-leaders of faith and character. Learn more at www.TrailLifeUSA.com/ttd Additional Resources: Jamie's book, Holy Hygge: Creating a Place for People to Gather and the Gospel to Grow comes out on September 6th. Anyone who preorders can click HERE to snag a free eGuide called "Holy Hygge All Year Long" that will provide practical ideas to show you how to pair the outward help of hygge with the inward hope of Jesus so that you can make Kingdom connections with your family, friends, and neighbors for the next twelve months. Click HERE for A Year of Hygge for Homeschool Click HERE to find out more about Nurturing a Hyggelig Homeschool

Positively Anti-Inflammatory
Nurturing Your Relationship With Yourself

Positively Anti-Inflammatory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 13:16


085. How do you know if you have a good self-relationship? How can you nurture a better one? Join me today for an exploration of the importance of nurturing your relationship with yourself. I share signs that help identify the current status of your self-relationship, offer three things that a healthy self-relationship depends on, and recommend journal prompts to explore and give thoughtful attention to your relationship with yourself.Work with Alyssawww.thewellnessheadquarters.com

Chats with Jenn
Networking; The Power Of Sparking Conversations And Nurturing Your Connections

Chats with Jenn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 14:35


Networking; building connections and nurturing relationships, used to be something I did regularly and with ease.However, in 2020 the twins were born - pandemic kicked off - my business grew - world became more virtual - I became less flexible ...and a little time-poor!It has become something I squeeze in, or am reactive to.Only spending time nurturing those relationships that are in my immediate realm of work / life.It felt like my network shrunk.Recently I decided to shake things up, however, and prioritise time for "coffee chats". (Want to book in for one? Link in comments section..)Reconnecting with people.Connecting with new people.It has given me SUCH joy.  In this podcast episode I chat about how sparking conversations I have been able to:Help solve some burning career and leadership issuesFacilitate other connections and introsLearnt stuff .. my brain is just bursting!Challenged my perspectiveRekindled old partnerships; planted the seeds for new onesSparked inspiration and ideas in othersAsked for advice around some of my own challengesFelt supported and part of a communityWOAHHHHH, HOW AWESOME IS THAT... all from a few coffee chats / week.As always, LOVE to hear from you.Does this resonate?JennPS - don't forget to book in that coffee ... or tea ... or G&T. https://portal.jennfenwick.com/public/appointment-scheduler/62d7d893ac3089b5eee13f4a/schedule Watch the FREE Bye Bye Imposter Syndrome class: https://www.jennfenwick.com/bye-imposter-syndromeDownload my “How to job search like a pro” workbook, which walks you through my process and will give you all the prompts you need to start taking action today. https://www.jennfenwick.com/job-hunting-like-a-proWhere to find Jenn:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennfenwick/ Send me a message on LinkedIn to find out more about my PRIVATE COACHING

Trinity Talks
TPC Sermon 2022-8-7 Nurturing a dynamic faith (Rev. Judith Fulp-Eickstaedt

Trinity Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 20:43


Scripture:  Isaiah 1:1, 10–20; Hebrews 11:1–3, 8–16 Sermon: Nurturing a dynamic faith by Rev. Judith Fulp-Eicksatedt

Why is Everyone Yelling?
Episode 96: Katie Arnold – Nurturing a Love for Sport and Play

Why is Everyone Yelling?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 62:08


Katie Arnold returns to the show to talk about kids and sports and why it's so important to nurture a love for sport AND play. It can be really easy to get sucked into the World of signing your kid up for ALL THE THINGS and we want to stay curious and examine why we ... more »

Roadmap To Grow Your Business
Ep #217: Business Development Series: Nurturing Prospects

Roadmap To Grow Your Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 21:39


Nurturing prospects is something that should be planned out from the beginning. Although there are some prospects who will be a “Yes! I want to be your client!” quite quickly, some people may take a while to warm up - that's where nurturing comes in. So, what can you do to continue to nurture prospects when they have ghosted you or they aren't quite ready to give you an answer? And how can you ensure that you remain present in their mind throughout their decision-making process? I'll be answering these questions and more in this episode. Resources and links mentioned in this episode can be found on the show notes page at www.staceybrownrandall.com/217     

iDigress with Troy Sandidge
We Are All In The Farming & Construction Business: Sowing Seeds & Building Bridges To Grow Opportunities & Drive Revenue

iDigress with Troy Sandidge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:10


Two things you need to learn in order to successfully launch, grow, maintain, and scale your business: sowing and building.There's an art, science, and philosophy to sowing seeds that we can apply to sales nurturing and enablement.The ability to build is critical when it comes to the sustainability of your business, especially in times like these navigating a post-pandemic, pre-recession, volatile marketplace. Mastering both skills of thinking like a farmer and a builder will help ensure the continuation of your business now and the success of your business in the weeks, months, and years to come.Let's break down why we need to approach sales as to sowing seeds and how building bridges is better than constructing sales funnels to drive more revenue in a more simplified, durable way in these modern times.Beyond The Episode Gems:See what the HubSpot CRM can do for your business at HubSpot.comSee all of the podcasts on the HubSpot Podcast NetworkRegister for Agorapulse's Agency Summit To Learn How To Scale Your AgencyGet Your FREE Tickets to the World's Largest Virtual Email Marketing Conference -- Guru ConferenceDiscover how Agorapulse is helping businesses measure the impact of social media and prove ROISee My Free Course -- Earning The Trust Of Your Audience  To Build Brand Authority On Social Media PulseGet Two Free Months of Agorapulse on me: Social.Agorapulse.com/FindTroyJoin my All Things Strategy Community on Twitter for upcoming exclusive content!#####Support The Podcast & Connect With Troy:• Rate & Review iDigress: iDigress.fm/Reviews• Get Strategy Solutions & Services: FindTroy.com•  Buy Troy's Book, Strategize Up: FindTroy.com/Strategize-Up•  Follow Troy on Twitter: Twitter.com/FindTroy•  Follow Troy on LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/FindTroy

Canada's Podcast
Advice on supporting, nurturing and developing a young company - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

Canada's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:22


Greg Vanclief is CEO of Elentra and a seasoned Tech industry investor with a passion for building successful companies and developing global market opportunities. He believes in the power of straightforward objective business advice delivered with honesty. With 20+ years of executive experience developing high-tech companies from start-ups to publicly traded multinationals - he delivers some great advice for entrepreneurs building new ventures. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

The Art of Marketing Operations
Today's Informed Consumer Loves Good Ice Cream and Equitable Companies

The Art of Marketing Operations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 32:22


Ben and Jerry's is a worldwide brand that is trusted and loved by many. What does it take to support and grow a brand of this size? Today, Rebecca Robinson, Head of Marketing Operations for North America at Ben and Jerry's joins us to share the unique journey the company has embarked on and how they keep growing and maintaining their unique, equitable brand. In this fun and delightful conversation with Rebecca, we get to hear about the culture at Ben and Jerry's and discuss: Nurturing relationships with a broad variety of customers Knowing not only how to reach your customer, but also understanding where your brand stands in it's own lifecycle Why authenticity and honesty are critical to brand equity Keep connected with us by subscribing on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get podcasts. Check out our website at Taylor.com

Patterns of Possibility
Interview #15 Beginning a pattern of nurturing a child's emotional health w/ JT Kaltreider

Patterns of Possibility

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 56:03


Friendships are easily made when you have a sense of self. The younger you develop the sense of self, the better and brighter your friendships will be! In this episode, JT Kaltreider, an elite early childhood educator with over a decade of experience in the field talks about how he wants to create a world that children grow up feeling like they matter. He is most famously known as Mister Kay which is the name of the podcast, he created to inspire his kids through engaging stories and memorable songs. JT KALTREIDER LINKS Website: https://misterkayshow.com/ Social Media & Podcast Links: https://solo.to/misterkayshow MORE PATTERNS OF POSSIBILITY Check out my courses, my Flourishing Friendship eBook and 30-day friendship challenge at https://www.patternsofpossibility.com. Follow me on: Facebook: https://fb.me/Patternsofpossibility Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patternsofpossibility Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/BrilliantNResilient TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@patternsofpossibility Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatternsPossi YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk_sXvnjqwhFlpI-NYV845g Email: patternsofpossibility@gmail.com

The Launch Playbook
Sell Your Offers Better By Nurturing The Middle Of Your Funnel Strategically

The Launch Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 39:36


Tamika Auwai shares why the middle of the funnel is overlooked, and how we can strategically create nurture content that actually sells our offers. Work with me:Get The List Playbook: https://www.saravartanian.com/list-playbookJoin The Launch Playbook Club: https://www.saravartanian.com/launch-playbookWork with me one-on-one: https://www.saravartanian.com/work-with-meStay Connected:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saravartanian/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saravartaniansocialco

Now That We're A Family
169: Mother of 10 shares Her Wisdom on nurturing respect, masculinity, and purity in her 7 Boys from Toddlers to the Teenage Years

Now That We're A Family

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:25


Mother of 10 shares Her Wisdom on nurturing respect, masculinity, and purity in her 7 Boys from Toddlers to the Teenage Years. I had the privilege of sitting down with my Aunt Marilee and answering your questions about parenting . . . specifically boys! Her boys (and men) are sweet and thoughtful, with a strong streak of double backflips off the roof. Today we talk about teaching boys to care and protect others, as well as learning to let go and let them do things that scare us. You can watch the full interview in the clubhouse! Haven't joined us yet? Head over to Getitialldoneclub.com and see how thousands of women have transformed their house from chaos to peacefully productive homes they cannot wait to get out of bed to! Join Top 5 Tuesday: https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/top-5-tuesday-newletter

Breathwork Bestie
Breathwork for Self Nurturing with Miranda Tiller

Breathwork Bestie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 23:29


If you are new to this podcast or breathwork, you may find it helpful to listen to episode 1 first.This is a Meditative (longer) session and is best done lying down. Please consult your doctor before trying breathwork if you have any known health issues or are pregnant. Please do not do breathwork while operating a vehicle or other heavy machinery.Miranda is an Embodiment Coach & Breathwork Facilitator guiding heart-centered women with big goals to embody her truth so that she can confidently create and live the lifestyle she desires and deserves.You can find her at www.MirandaTiller.com or @mirandatiller on Instagram

Safe Home Podcast
Self-Care for Moms with Yvette Harpootian - Ep 53

Safe Home Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:58


In this week's Safe Home Podcast, Beth talks with Yvette Harpootian, a certified life coach from Rhode Island who is passionate about helping women get out of overwhelm, get more done, and release anxiety and self-sacrifice in order to feel better. I thought her message would be welcome here on Safe Home Podcast since many in our audience are parents of adolescents. I know when Joey was in crisis mode, I almost completely lost myself for a while there, before I got connected with Heather Ross, OUR life coach, who BTW went to the same coaching school as Yvette. In this episode, you will receive practical tools from Yvette that you can put into practice right away. ===============

Moonshots - Adventures in Innovation
Tal Ben-Shahar: Happier - Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment

Moonshots - Adventures in Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 58:35


Can You Learn to Be Happy? If you feel like you're floundering when it comes to finding meaning in life, look no further than Tal Ben-Shahar's Happier: Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment. He'll give you some specific and actionable tips to increase your joy today.Learn about this emotion in just 3 lessons: Happiness breeds success and all life goals point toward it. Balance your outlook on the present and future to get more joy in your life. Nurturing worthwhile relationships will make you happier. "When you appreciate the good, the good appreciates". Happier by Ben Tap Shahar★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

University of the Underground
HORROR! / The Parasitical Child: Nurturing the Non-Human/More-than-Human

University of the Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 48:20


Welcome to “HORROR!”, a podcast by the researchers of the charity University of the Underground's Horror Programme. This tuition free programme was led by speculative designer Agi Haines from November 2021 to March 2022, as a critical exploration into illicit societal fears and a dive into horror as a complex tool and genre. In every episode of this series we will explore research topics from our projects, with the help of experts, practitioners, artists, and much more. Our host throughout this podcast series will be Necro, our cheeky demonic guide on a nightly journey full of ghosts, shadows, and inexplicable monsters…but no need to worry, as all our guests, human and non-human, have promised to stay in the studio. Be prepared, though: these encounters might easily transport into your homes some uncanny perspectives on our present. In this episode, Agi Haines gives us some suggestions about positive and negative sides of parasites, our researcher Nathalia Dutra Maciel sits down with the designer Juliette Pénélope Pépin, whose artistic practice explores the links between human and non-human perceptions, to talk about reframing our ideas of trauma and healing. Subtly more-than-human musical scenarios will creep into this episode, questioning care and other human practices. Featuring: Nathalia Dutra Maciel, artist/researcher whose work investigates the relationships between bodies, the real and the imagined. They bring together themes of speculative fiction, ecology, symbiosis & the uncanny - existing in a space in between. Agi Haines, speculative designer. Her work is focused on the design of the human body as a malleable object through which she explores how far we can push our living flesh while still being accepted by society. Juliette Pénélope Pépin, transdisciplinary artist and researcher, currently at the ICA Kyoto. She explores the links between human and non-human perceptions; their phenomenology, mythology and technological frameworks. Nathalia Dutra Maciel also gives us more information about The Parasitical Child: what unexpected consequences and reactions can your body have if you decide to swallow a more-than-human parasitic baby? James Nola as Necromantique or Necro, our demonic host who pays homage to 80s cult horror, that will get your bones giggling. Thank you for listening. We hope that this series will contribute to inspire, to communicate powerful messages, to expose enduring dynamics of the contemporary world and to challenge our understanding of its structures and taboos. If we didn't scare you enough, and you want to know more about our projects, join us for more episodes or visit https://universityoftheunderground.org! Coordination, proof-listening: Veronika Hanáková, Ludovica Battista Scripting: Veronika Hanáková, Nathalia Dutra Maciel Production, editing: Ludovica Battista, Nathalia Dutra Maciel Music selection: Ludovica Battista Hosting: James Nola, Nathalia Dutra Maciel TRACKLIST: CNN Predicts a Monster Storm - Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet Slyly Child - Eartheater Invertebrate Drawings - David Toop Nature & Miracles - David Toop, Elaine Intro - Gorillaz Practice of Hygiene - Pan Daijing The Gate - Björk

Subscription Entrepreneur
Value Nurturing: A Bold New Way To Grow Your Membership with Anne Janzer

Subscription Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 53:24


Anne Janzer is our special guest on today's episode of The Subscription Entrepreneur Podcast.We're excited to share this conversation with you because Anne is the author of an amazing book called Subscription Marketing.In it, Anne makes the case for a new approach to marketing that's specifically designed to help membership and subscription businesses grow.She calls this approach "value nurturing."  And it's what we explore in today's episode.We dive deep into frameworks and strategies you can use to...Help your customers quickly find success with your productCreate value outside of your product and align your business with your customers' values If you're building a recurring revenue business of any kind, this episode is for you.One last note before we get started:In the second part of my conversation with Anne, she mentions a guide that summarizes all the value nurturing strategies found in her book. If you'd like a copy of it, you can find it in the show notes of this episode. Just head on over to SubscriptionEntrepreneur.com/185 to get it.So without further ado, let's get to it!

She Turned Entrepreneur
We Can Do It! How to Have a Voice and Claim Space in Male-Dominated Sectors with Deborah Smith

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:43


Grit. That's what Deborah Smith cultivated while growing up on a farm in Australia. And it turns out to have been just the right grounding for this entrepreneur, who went on to be the first in her family to graduate college and eventually to found a boutique investment bank dedicated to serving women. How did she break through in a highly competitive, male-dominated sector? One step at a time, always putting her very best foot forward. On this episode of She Turned Entrepreneur we're learning how to prepare for and assume a seat at the table. Advice from this Deborah, who is a trusted advisor on issues of real estate investment and capitalization: o Always do your homework.o Project confidence.o Speak up! (Or you'll never be heard.)o Don't be afraid to push. o Don't take no for an answer. The journey to build Center Cap, which Deborah co-founded 13 years ago, has offered all kinds of growing edges. At every turn she and her partners have responded to challenge methodically — and fearlessly. There has been no Plan B. Just a vision and commitment to making it all work, including the work-life balance. “Nothing good is ever easy,” says Deborah. “There are no short cuts.” It helps that Center Cap's workplace culture is dominated by a female ethos: Nurturing, positive, encouraging. It enables women, who can tend to be hesitant, to step into confidence and take risks they might not otherwise take. Explains Deborah: “When you have that kind of support network, I think it fundamentally changes how you are in your daily, and particularly professional, life.” Learn how this pioneer in the female-led investment banking space juggles her high-profile job and family (one task at a time) and avoids overwhelm (by not looking at the whole to do list, but breaking it down into bite sized pieces). “We spend too much time thinking about all the machinations and all the things that can go wrong. The ‘what ifs,' ” she says. “Just stop! Go with it and trust that you will figure it out.” Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Female energy is real! Women offer a different, more collaborative environment — a zone of safety and support that enables top performance.· Safe, inclusive workplaces correlate with productive risk-taking and growth.· Entrepreneurial ventures require the flexibility to evolve and adapt as conditions on the ground change. · Ignorance is not bliss. But it's part of building a business for the first time and figuring out systems along the way. It takes tenacity!· Trust yourself and just get started. One by one, you'll navigate any obstacles.· What's the worst thing that can happen? Someone doesn't like your idea? Okay. Move on! It's fine.· Look for opportunities! Do your due diligence and be the most prepped person in the room! It's the best way to compensate for any shortcomings.· If you're not talking, no one is listening!· Whatever you take on, determine that you will be the best you can possibly be.· Don't look at the length of your to do-list. Just focus on the next right thing. · Do the easiest tasks on your list first — the items for which no one will cut you slack. Here's a quick look into the episode:· Deborah, who grew up on a dairy farm in Australia, was the first in her family to attend college, after which she immediately went into investment banking without really knowing what it was all about. Working for traditional financial services firms, she rather quickly found herself transferred to the U.S., where she has been ever since.· The three women partners behind the vision for The Center Cap Group, which was founded 13 years ago, come from traditional investment banking backgrounds which they've repurposed to fit their unique vision.· What Deborah believes women bring to the table that sets them apart:o A different perspective.o A nurturing, collaborative approach.o The ability to celebrate each other's wins and support each other in losses.o A high level of trust.· Workplace cultures that provide safety enable women — who can tend to be wary of risk — to push the envelope and extend beyond their comfort zones.· Center Cap's early years called upon everyone to wear multiple hats while establishing credibility and trusted advisor status within the wider real estate investment community.· Deborah believes the reason many small businesses fail to survive is a lack of adaptability and readiness to bring onboard the tools necessary to succeed.· What tenacity looks like — and why it's so critical for entrepreneurs! · Advice for women working in or running businesses in a male-dominated field:o Merit trumps everything else. If you're good at your job, you own it.o Be confident in who you are because, if you're not, no one else will be.o Take charge of what you're doing. o If you want something, push. Don't take no for an answer.o If you have an idea, step up and take the lead!The worst thing that will happen is that someone responds negatively. o Be forceful. If you hesitate, others will fill the gap. · How to shine in a meeting? Do your due diligence:o Understand who is in the room.o Understand what the topics are.o Look for the angles where you can contribute.· One step at a time and do your utmost best at every step along the way!· Deborah's trick for keeping it all together? Break everything — including home and family — into bite-size pieces. Don't look at the length of the list!· Work-life balance demands exceptional multi-tasking. Manage the low-hanging fruit first! It's immediate gratification (and people will be harder on you if you drop the easy tasks)!· An avid reader, Deborah's Recommended Reading includes: o "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance," by Angela Duckworth.o "Room on the Broom: A Push, Pull and Slide Book," by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. (A staple of her children's library)o "What Confucius Didn't Say," by Tom Pallant.· Things change: 25 years ago Deborah eschewed anything English-related, but today she's an avid reader who also generates articles and various other kinds of content. About Deborah:Deborah is Co-Founder and CEO of The CenterCap Group, LLC and heads the firm's Strategic Capital and M&A and Execution efforts. Prior to forming The CenterCap Group, LLC, she was Co-Head of M&A and a Senior Managing Director with CB Richard Ellis Investors. Deborah joined CBREI in July 2007 to co-head the build out of the firm's M&A efforts and led the firm's negotiation and acquisition of a majority interest in Wood Partners (one of the largest multifamily developers in the United States) in 2008. From 1998-2007, Ms. Smith worked on mergers and acquisitions with Lehman Brothers, Wachovia Securities and Morgan Stanley. Deborah has been involved in more than $100 billion of mergers, acquisitions and restructuring transactions. Ms. Smith has a Bachelor of Economics, with honors, and a Bachelor of Law, with honors, from the University of Sydney.

Enlightened The Podcast by Sophia Spallino | Honest & Encouraging Conversations that Inspire Personal Growth
HEALING THE SISTERHOOD WOUND with Aisho Love — Trusting Yourself & Other Women — Creating & Nurturing Female Friendships — Gently Leaving Friendships — Spirituality — Personal Development — Sexuality

Enlightened The Podcast by Sophia Spallino | Honest & Encouraging Conversations that Inspire Personal Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022


Want to feel worthy of beautiful, true friendships? Longing to drop insecurity and shame so you can create divine, authentic connections? Let's uproot the Sisterhood wound with Aisho Love. Aisho Love is a Celestial & Goddess Oracle, Priestess, Mentor & Channel. She is devoted to assisting the Rise of the Divine Feminine & works with many on understanding the sacred ways of the spirit realms. Her work within this world is rooted in assisting all beings discover their innate self worth & divinity by helping them further unlock the connection to their Higher Selves, allowing them to awaken more to their Highest potential, power & purpose. Claim my FREE GIFTS to you: MANIFESTATION HACKS EBOOK and SKINCARE RECOMMENDATIONS IN ORDER OF APPLICATION FOR BOTH DAY AND NIGHTTIME when you join my email list for FREE  This episode covers topics like: 🏹The Sisterhood wound 🕊Divine empowerment and connection 🗣Healing tension in friendships with communication 💪Feeling worthiness in relationships 🌳Identifying the roots of your pain story 📖Changing the narrative about female friendships  🤞Learning to trust yourself and other women 🌊Gently leaving relationships  ✨How to find your Soul Family/Connections 🗺Navigating platonic friendships with men as straight women, and platonic friendships with women as queer women  Recommended Resources: Coaching with Sophia Learn more about Aisho Love: Follow her on IG: https://www.instagram.com/iamaisholove/ Follow her on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCWqiSz74pU34qJGiS8lMFQ?sub_confirmation=1 Work with Aisho: https://www.aisholove.live/rebirth Join her community: https://aisholove.gumroad.com/l/RgggC It's time to set yourself FREE, Lovely One!  I hope you benefit from ENLIGHTENED. If you feel comfortable to share how the show is touching your heart, please leave a rating and review on iTunes or the Apple Podcast App. It will only take a minute, but genuine reviews are vital to the success of my show, so please review by tapping here. Thank you for supporting my labor of love by sharing screenshots of the podcast, subscribing, and by pledging to contribute. Because creating inspiring content demands my time, creativity, resources, and talent, I depend on generous listeners like you to support the production of my show. Kindly support Enlightened for as little as $0.99/mo by tapping here. *you may cancel at anytime. With infinite love and gratitude. xo Sophia  Stream MY HEALING: a forgiveness anthem that I wrote and recorded: https://sophiaspallino.trac.co/sophiaspallinomyhealing Learn more about me and what I do: https://www.SophiaSpallino.com Follow me on Instagram for inspiring real-life stories everyday: https://www.instagram.com/sophiaspallino/ Pledge to support my show: http://bit.ly/SupportEnlightened Shop my merch: https://www.SophiaSpallino.com/shop Shop my favorite books and card decks here: http://bit.ly/SoulBooks If you are seeking wisdom & guidance, branding/social media tips, dating advice, a breakup breakthrough session, or a card reading, I'd be honored to coach you: https://sophiaspallino.com/mentorship

Emerging Minds Podcast
How holistic pregnancy care promotes infant mental health

Emerging Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 21:34


Children and young people's healthy development is directly related to the nature and quality of the parenting they receive. The National Action Plan for the Health of Children and Young People 2020–2030 highlights that effective parenting support improves both immediate and long-term child outcomes, especially during the antenatal and early childhood period. But due to discrimination, psychosocial/language barriers, poor continuity of care and a lack of accessible, affordable, quality health services, many parents find it hard to get the support they need. In this episode, Vicki Mansfield talks with Dr Lyndal Harborne, an obstetrician and gynecologist. Dr Harborne's professional and personal experiences of motherhood have led her to become a compassionate advocate for holistic pregnancy care. She has learned that the provision of holistic care throughout pregnancy benefits both parent and infant mental health. Dr Harborne talks about why it's important for clinicians to take the time to understand parents' psychosocial context. She explores how providing parents with choices can enable them to positively navigate pregnancy, birth and the transition to parenting. She shares her insights about post-natal depression, and advocates for talking about the ‘bad stuff' so parents don't feel alone and abandoned in their experiences. In this episode you will learn: the importance of having antenatal care that explores and understands the parent's ‘bigger picture' – not just their physical state, but also their emotional and mental health and their relationships with others [08:17] why understanding perinatal vulnerabilities and having a multidisciplinary team is essential to best support the emotional wellbeing of parents [19:20] the benefits of compassionately exploring the pressures parents feel in adjusting to parenting, and how these pressures impact upon parents' moods and feelings about having children [20:43] the importance of supporting parents after perinatal loss, and how miscarriages, stillbirths, neonatal deaths and other losses can leave parents feeling isolated and alone [24:35] Further information and resources: Keeping the infant and toddler in mind (online course) Healing the Past by Nurturing the Future: Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families (online course)

Vitality
48 - Nurturing Yourself with Beth Nydick

Vitality

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 25:57


Your host, Jennifer Helene, talks with Beth Nydick about using your hardships to reach your full potential. Beth Nydick uses her production background and knowledge to help form connections and get her business out there. Listen to Jennifer and Beth talk about having kids, taking care of yourself, and making sure your spirit is fulfilled. To learn more about Beth's work, visit https://bethnydick.com/ (Beth Nydick) If you'd like to be a guest on Vitality: Women Leading Audaciously, click https://podcast.jennifer-helene.com/podcast-guest (HERE)

All About You
EP34 Soul nurturing, emotional intelligence & claiming sovereignty with Reggie Riverbear

All About You

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 52:59


The power of community, sacred self- care and a taking responsibility with Reggie Riverbear. In this talk we share our collective passions and missions to support the feminine and leave our love imprint to uplift humanity. I had the honor recently to sit with Reggie in a beautiful women's gathering in Malibu California. And witnessed her soulful voice bath the space with grace. We talk about the transformation and importance of sacred self care and feminine wealth. Reggie is a mystical mama and holds magical space in community with her .....more...  

Just Between Coaches
Nurturing Your Audience (Linda C Puig)

Just Between Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 31:24


As coaches, we need to be building relationships and nurturing others even when we aren't coaching them. In this episode, Melinda talks with marketing communications expert Linda Claire Puig about successfully engaging and maintaining your audience.

Marketing for the Uninhibited
Ep. 154: [5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Marketing - 3] What is the path to paying you?

Marketing for the Uninhibited

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 15:26


Welcome back to the Marketing for the Uninhibited Podcast! In the third episode of this five-part series, I want to talk more about the customer journey. Specifically, we're asking what is the path a customer travels before they finally begin working with you? If you haven't listened to the first two episodes, I would encourage you to go check those out first because they lay the groundwork for this conversation and future episodes.    Inside the episode we'll talk about:  The frustration of broken systems.  The customer journey or process. Nurturing your audience and tailoring offers. Filling out the Sales-Funnel Worksheet Template   If you got some amazing takeaways from this episode, share it with me in a review for the show, pop that on Instagram and tag me in it!    DOWNLOAD THE SALES -FUNNEL WORKSHEET TEMPLATE: marketinguninhibited.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/MFTU_Sales-Funnel_2021.pdf    Connect & Work with Miranda: Book a free Marketing Audit with me: https://calendly.com/marketinguninhibited/marketing-uninhibited-free-marketing-audit

Made2nspire
Episode 91: Six-Figure Summer: Networking & Nurturing

Made2nspire

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 38:59


When growing up summer was the perfect time to make friends and hang out with the old ones building deeper relationships. As simplified as that sounds, it is a great formula for increasing your business as an adult. As we have mentioned before sales are a lot like dating, no one wants a one-night sale and we love to buy from people we know, like, and trust. So do not “pounce” on people you just met, pounce means to attack suddenly while leaping on your pray. Unfortunately, some of us have experienced the following, the party or network meetup where someone who doesn't even know your name has “exactly what you need”. Then they spend the next 30 minutes trapping you and convincing you to buy what it is they have. For the most part that does not work any more customers need to be nurtured and summer is the perfect time to do that. You can be creating several touch points where you get to really take the time and listen to what the other person needs and or wants. In this episode, you will discover: • 3 things you can do today to generate new leads who want to hear from you. • The importance of making connections as naturally as breathing. • Why overzealous self-promotion will fail every time. Consumer Watchdog's Litigation Director, Jerry Flanagan playful always says that “Customers are like teeth. Ignore them and they'll go away”. Perhaps, there is more truth than not in the statement. Some people spend so much time, money, and energy trying to acquire new leads they are missing what is right under their nose. Your number one asset is someone who has already purchased from you, and summer is the perfect time to reengage them back into you and your products or services. You can do this while meeting new leads and even asking for referrals from those who love what you do so much they are repeat buyers. So spend some time with them this summer getting “re” or “better” acquainted. Join us this week as we discuss how to develop new connections and deepen the current ones you have, so you can start taking action towards your dreams and future today. RESOURCES AND LINKS ON SHOW Canva Rocketbook Millions of Possibilities: Taking your Ideas from Inspiration to Monetization Made2BFit The Mentors Studio RESOURCES TALKED ABOUT THIS EPISODE The Ultimate Sales Machine: Turbocharge Your Business with Relentless Focus on 12 Key Strategies by Chet Holmes The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey Summer Escalator Workshop https://bit.ly/s4Masterclass FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL! Instagram Facebook Twitter MADE2SNPIRE LINKS Dream-Slayer T-shirt link: https://made2nspire.omcheckout.com/dream-slayer-shirts Book link: https://www.millionsofpossibilitiesbook.com/ GET IN THE KNOW! ==> Subscribe to our Email List Rate, Review, & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts If you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast now. We will be adding a bunch of bonus episodes that you don't want to miss!! Subscribe now! and share this episode with your friends and family.

Sales Funnel Radio
Clever Ways To Promote Your YouTube Channel

Sales Funnel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 11:04


It's no secret. The "exodus" from Facebook has internet marketers storming the castle name "YouTube and TikTok." To be successful on these platforms, you need to take off your content creator hat and put on a marketer's hat. You need to promote your videos like a marketer… And as we talked about in the last episode, marketing is measured by the number of leads and sales, not views and subs. So... How do you grow the channel? Here are a few simple out-of-the-box but powerful ways to do just that. Let's dive in! Key Takeaways - Hope is a sucky marketing strategy (00:54) - Inbound promotion of your videos (01:35) - Outbound marketing to grow your channel (04:08) - Nurturing and promoting to your list (06:39) - The real asset of the Internet is a list (07:54) Additional Resources  Learn more about: Youtube Lead Machine  Capitalist Pig NFT  Buy Your First NFT --- Download Season 1 episodes here -- Sales Funnels Radio is a podcast for all passionate digital marketing pros looking to up their game and stay ahead.

Java with Juli
#263: Experiencing Sexual Pleasure, Part 2

Java with Juli

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 30:46 Very Popular


In part two of this conversation, you'll hear about the other two legs of the "sexual desire triangle" and go from getting your body ready, to getting your emotions ready! Nurturing an emotional connection with your man (talking, date nights, taking a “sexcation”) will create intimacy that spills over into the bedroom. Guest: Dr. Jennifer Degler Show notes: Listen to part one of this conversation, #262: Experiencing Sexual Pleasure, Part 1 Register today for Reclaim 2022! Dr. Jennifer's Dare of the Month Newsletter More from Dr. Jennifer, Q&A: How Do I Get Past Sexual Partners Out of My Head? (video) More from Dr. Jennifer, Q&A: My Friend is Afraid to Date Because She Has an STD. How Can I Encourage Her? (video)

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
248. Tactics for Community Building & Nurturing in a NFT Bear Market

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 38:52


In the current market, it's no surprise that engagement in NFTs and projects has leveled off, and in some cases fallen off completely.  NFT volume is down, as is Discord and social engagement.  Whether it's due to a bear sentiment, or the summer season and all the changes that come with it, it's important to remember we are playing the long game.  Web3 isn't going anywhere and the projects we all have felt passionate about at one time, if they are still around, have not changed at their core.  What's important to remember however is that for a community to thrive over the long term through this cycle, it needs to pivot focus away from negativity and become a place of fun, support, and positivity.  And the holders are just as responsible for creating this environment as the project founders.  Because Web3 is not about technology; it is about a cultural and mindset shift. Featured NFT from #mint365 Sleepy Sniper Society https://sleepysnipersociety.com/ Twitter: @SleepySniperSoc 1:45 - Negative comments and feedback from crypto and Web3 haters! 2:15 - Sleepy Sniper Society - #mint365 NFT overview 6:00 - Market conditions 6:45 - Concept of community vs network and the use of the word “community” as a buzzword 8:30 - How can we nurture our existing community and bond over shared purpose and culture 11:00 - Identify the shared purpose and pivot away from nonproductive conversations 14:00 - Don't pivot necessarily to something different but rather to an element of shared FUN experiences 16:30 - Do not bash the ways of the old to get people to change to the new 17:30 - Shaming does not promote a feeling a community, but rather has a cult-like approach 20:00 - Shift the narrative and promote where you want the focus 23:45 - Communities are struggling, but you may have to move on from people who aren't aligned, drift from the project or are toxic weak links 26:30 - Hiring and firing for your project team for cultural fit is ok 29:00 - Everyone has to take ownership in fostering a great community, not just the creators of the community 30:00 - Web3 is not about technology - it is about a cultural and mindset shift. 33:00 - There's no better marketers for your project than your current NFT holders 33:50 - The future of marketing is relatability. Relatability when we're talking about change of culture and change of mindset.  36:00 - Birthday shoutout to the great Kevin Sturmer, voice of the podcast intro and excellent NFT365 team member Discover the latest Web3 strategies to improve your business at the upcoming Crypto Business Conference in San Diego, October 9th-11th 2022  https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/nft365 ______________________________________________________________ Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

HeartBlend Podcast
3-Minute Guided Meditation: Nurturing

HeartBlend Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 3:00


Do you need to feel nurtured and cared for? Tune into this 3-minute guided meditation to help you feel emotionally, physically, and spiritually nurtured at any point of the day. Follow @heartblendhost on IG

Women Over 70
183 Nancy Watson: Many Pathways to Nurturing Others

Women Over 70

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 28:04


Nancy Watson's entrepreneurial spirit has led her on different paths, always toward nurturing other people. Her 8-year long career as a teacher in disadvantaged neighborhoods in Chicago in the 1970s was interrupted by a 2-year stint as the contented owner of an antiques store. Cooking became Nancy's outlet for dealing with the demands of teaching, leading eventually to a large-scale catering business that she owned for 25 years. At age 60, feeling like she was aging out of that industry, Nancy opened a B&B in Southwest Michigan where she enjoyed connecting more closely with her clients. Now Nancy can be found on  Florida's gulf coast where she lives happily with her third husband, David, engaging in cultural and social events, being physically active, and still offering her gift of food. I love nurturing others, whether through teaching, antiquing, catering, lodging, or volunteering. - Nancy WatsonConnect with Nancy:nsw29cook@gmail.comNancy grew up in Highland Park, IL  #SitDownAmerica

ASCEND: Spirituality, Mindset and Business Design
S7 Ep197: GATHER // Building And Nurturing Your Community As An Influencer Or Brand With Kim Johnson of Geneva

ASCEND: Spirituality, Mindset and Business Design

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 66:03 Very Popular


Hi, my loves! I hope y'all are having a beautiful Tuesday wherever you are! Today, we're back with another guest episode and chatting with Kim Johnson. This week we'll have a solo episode, too — so stay tuned! Kim is the Head of Community at Geneva, an NYC-based messaging app for groups, clubs, and communities of all shapes and sizes. Her work at Geneva focuses on helping brands, creators, and community leaders of all kinds build their communities from the ground up. Before joining the team at Geneva she built Community at Glossier from the ground up for five years.  Geneva is an all-in-one group chat app for communities, clubs, and social groups. It's more organized than GroupMe, more private than Facebook, and more fun than Slack. We're chatting about How Kim got her start at Glossier before moving to the tech world with Geneva What Geneva is and why it's such a powerful tool for anyone building a community The difference between building a community and an audience The importance of community and why you should build one How to build community online Converting your audience to community in the digital space How to nurture a community and make sure that your community feels seen and heard And MORE! — Thank you to today's sponsors! BetterHelp https://www.betterhelp.com/manifestdaily EverlyWell https://www.everlywell.com/manifestdaily ___ Kim and Geneva's Info Kim's Instagram: @kimjohnson._ https://www.instagram.com/kimjohnson._ Geneva's Instagram: @geneva https://www.instagram.com/geneva/ Geneva's Website: geneva.com  https://geneva.com/ Links Mentioned My Amazon Storefront https://www.amazon.com/shop/themanifestdaily The Newsletter Newsletter: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5f80d84625883d7bb9866802 Social Media Follow along on Instagram @TheManifestDaily https://www.instagram.com/themanifestdaily  Subscribe on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/DheandraNicolette?sub_confirmation=1 Follow along on TikTok @TheManifestDaily https://www.tiktok.com/@themanifestdaily

Parent Them Successful
#044: Creating and Nurturing a Strong Attachment Parent-Child Bond

Parent Them Successful

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 26:33


Hey, did you know that a healthy attachment relationship between mother and child from the day the child is born can protect a child's health mentally and physically? It can also create healthy bonding for generations to come? Yes, it's true! That's why in this episode, I spend some time with you talking about the benefits of healthy attachment and how you can ensure that your child is attaching in a healthy way, and most importantly how to maintain a healthy attachment as they grow older. The goals is to raise a socially and emotionally secure child. Resources Mentioned In this Episode:Recommended Parenting Books (Affiliate Links)The Attachment Parenting Book : A Commonsense Guide to Understanding and Nurturing Your BabyThe Connected Parent: Real-Life Strategies for Building Trust and Attachment*EMAIL LIST*Click here to join my email list for more free content to help you on your parenting journey!or go to strongermindsstrongeryouth.com/jointhelist*REACH OUT & SHARE*Email me your stories to share with others parents just like you at  jessika@strongermindsstrongeryouth.com *CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!!* & *TAG ME IN YOUR STORIES!!!*#jessikashields or @strongermindsstrongeryouthGet Social to Stay Connected!!!Twitter: @Official_SMSYFB: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthInstagram: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jessikashieldsTikTok: @Official_SMSYTo access more Podcast resources, visit strongermindsstrongeryouth.comThank you for listening!

Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley
Marketing Basics for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs - Erik Huberman

Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 27:44


Selling With Love is more than a podcast! Join the community of like-minded entrepreneurs ready to overcome their sales blockages and transform the planet at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14070148/ ===== How much do you think you know about marketing? Erik Huberman, the founder of Hawke Media, brings a powerful message: if your revenue is lower than $10k a month don't delegate your marketing to an agency, and when you hire one, consider that most of them aren't good at what they do. Successful businesses understand the principles of awareness, nurturing, and trust; know the Purchase Cycles of their customers, and balance their patience healthily. Don't blame the new iOS or Facebook policy for the success of your campaigns. Listen to this fantastic conversation and learn marketing and sales fundamentals first. Everything else will follow. =====

Cross Street Coaching
The Reluctant Entrepreneur - Health

Cross Street Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 41:11


What does personal health have to do with business? Health is wealth. In this episode, we break down some of the overlooked corners of entrepreneurship, which is your health, because of how dependent your business is on your ability to perform. If you're sick, unless you have some alternate funding source, it's impacting your bottom line in some way. We all know a steady diet of fast food will eventually take its toll on you, s when we talk about getting sick, that's not the cold, we talk about the whole spectrum of wellbeing that can impact your output. That can include nutrition, spiritual wellbeing, time, or stress management. In this episode we referenced: · The PTSD study Jacen referenced is comprised of two parts, a study specific to healthcare workers here: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jan/19/healthcare-workers-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-pandemic-covidand this 2013 study which cited other industries, such as firefighters, transportation, journalists and industrial workers: https://academic.oup.com/occmed/article/63/3/175/1413569 · Atomic Habits is an often-cited book by James Clear, and extremely recommended by Jacen! (affiliate link) · Atlas Orthogonal (AO) is a specialized type of chiropractic service without popping and cracking the neck. · The quote, “Give your body an hour a day,” that Diana referenced is from Coming Home to Myself: Reflections for Nurturing a Woman's Body and Soul by Marion Woodman, Ph.D and Jill Mellic (affiliate link) · Words That Change Minds: The 14 Patterns for Mastering the Language of Influence is a book by language expertShelle Rose Charvet (affiliate link) · The Knockout Mechanisms a from a monologue in Million Dollar Baby. a 2004 movie directed by Clint Eastwood. · The story of the Eureka moment was totally not Magellan, it was Archimedes. Please don't quiz Jacen on Greek history. · Why We Sleep is a book by Matthew Walker. (affiliate link) --- I'm Jacen from Hawthorne Union, a professional coach. Join me as I discuss career development, personal and professional growth, and leadership from a coach's point of view. Contact: jacen@hawthorneunion.com

Lotus Life The Podcast - With Rose Tautari
Mars in Taurus ♉️ Energy Update + working with your Human Design

Lotus Life The Podcast - With Rose Tautari

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 15:50


Mars in Taurus transit ♉️ 5th July to 19th August 2022 In your Soulpreneur business Mars represents your inner divine warrior archetype, your drive, passion, fuel and determination In Taurus, Mars enters the home of Venusian energy... so our divine warrior finds itself dwelling in a slightly uncomfortable realm Taurus asks for reflection on earthly luxuries, wealth and aligned abundance ... embodied prosperity and success A time to slow and consider what the goals/desires/dreams are that you are pulled towards ✨✨✨ WORKING WITH YOUR HUMAN DESIGN: Gate 3 - Curating order from chaos/confusion Gate 27 - Nurturing others Gate 24 - Getting to the heart of truth Gate 2 - Turning ideas into reality Gate 23 - Explaining things with simplicity & clarity Gate 8 - Sharing your specific taste ✨✨✨ Join me with this delicious energy as we build into this week's Full Moon in Capricorn with a FLASH SALE

GoBundance Podcast
E214: Give Value First and The Abundance Follows with Sterling Chapman

GoBundance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 60:11


Today, let's talk about leverage! Sterling Chapman is a father, husband, regional sales director, real estate investor, and podcast host of “The Rent Roll Radio Show”. From the middle of 2018 when he bought his first rental through the end of 2019, Sterling had managed 26 rental units. But once he mustered up the courage to turn it over to property management, his number of units quadrupled in just six months! It freed up so much of his bandwidth so he could keep building and growing. Sterling started his real estate journey doing single-family business, flipping houses, and BRRRRing for rentals. Since then, Sterling syndicated to apartment complexes, managing 70 residential units, flipping 14 houses, and doing two syndications. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: [01:05] Sterling's family and career background [04:09] His real estate investment portfolio [09:22] The power of leveraging others [15:29] How Sterling keeps his crew going [17:05] Finding deals through networking and meetups [21:19] Raising money for syndications [25:10] Nurturing relationships, email marketing, and funnels [29:32] Building his credibility through “The Rent Roll Radio Show” [32:51] Why he's not leaving his W-2 job yet [35:41] Keeping a job vs. real investing full-time [45:02] What's next for Sterling? [48:46] Sterling's GoBundance experience [54:00} Focusing on the people side of real estate Notable quotes from the Episode: “It was hard for me to turn my properties over to property management… but when I turned it over, I quadrupled the number of units in six months.” “What makes you a good businessman is having people want to do business with you over and over again.” "You can automate and build these systems, and then at the end of the day, end up in everybody's spam." “Retiring 25 years early is like adding 25 years into your life.” Connecting with the Guest Podcast: https://sterlingchapman.com/podcast/ Website: https://sterlingchapman.com/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/sterling.chapman1?_rdc=1&_rdr Connect with our growing community: Apply to GoBundance: https://www.gobundance.com/membership Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gobundance/ Not a millionaire yet but want to be a part of our ecosystem? Check out EMERGE by GoBundance. Enroll Today! https://www.gobundance.com/emerge Interested in starting your own podcast or handing off your production to a qualified team? Email erik@onairbrands.com to learn how we're making the world better, one mic at a time.

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Nurturing the healer in us all

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022


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Nurturing the Human Animal Inside of Us

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 70:33


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Nurturing Your Talent through Mentorship Programs with Stephanie Puryear Helling

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 25:04


Stephanie Puryear Helling returns to discuss her expertise in and advice for establishing and running mentorship programs. While these programs can be challenging to implement, Stephanie emphasizes their critical worth. Listen in to learn what steps to take and pitfalls to avoid in order to produce successful mentorship programs for your company.

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 61:32 Very Popular


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409 | Which Spouse Should be Working?

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:23


Through your life with your spouse, there will be times when they will be the breadwinner and there will be times when you will be. It is give and take and it's important to have those honest conversations about who has the most income-earning potential at any given moment for the season you are both in and the state of the economy. It is okay if you are the breadwinner. It is also okay if you are not. If you are not, how can you be supportive? Remember that you are a team and in this episode, Cayla reminds us to put our egos aside and really look at this conversation as the opportunity you and your spouse need to maximize your earnings. To book a call with a Mommy Millionaire Business Strategist please https://calendly.com/jasminemommymillionaire/mommy-millionaire-mastermind?month=2021-12&date=2021-12-09&back=1 (click here). You will learn: [1:47] - Cayla sees that men and women are different. Women tend to out-earn their spouse. [2:53] - Nurturing comes naturally to women and we know how to care for customers. [3:45] - Have an honest conversation with your spouse. Who has the most income-earning potential? [4:44] - No matter who the breadwinner is, there should be support. [5:50] - Because of an opportunity for Cayla's husband, Cayla took her foot off the gas for a bit with Mommy Millionaire to support him. [8:16] - Be thankful to your supportive spouse. [9:20] - For years, Cayla worked on Mommy Millionaire and Chase worked on learning how to manage the money and invest. Find Cayla: https://www.mommymillionaire.co/ (Mommy Millionaire) https://www.facebook.com/CraftCayla/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/cayla.craft/ (Instagram) https://www.pinterest.com/caycraftisa/ (Pinterest)