It's the most wonderful time of the year, but when you show up to church this week you're going to hear this passage about imminent destruction and the impending end times. It's a common reaction to be frightened by this, but—as Lars Olson explains—Jesus said these things as a word of comfort. You WILL lose everything: house, job, spouse, family, your life. All of the coming wars, famines, and persecutions will end in death. The only thing that won't? Jesus' word. It's the only thing that goes through the end of the world into new life. To give you hope. We also dive into what Lutherans mean by heaven and how we assume it's a place in the sky without pain that you go to when you die. Lars explains how you are in heaven when you have God's Word in your ear—whenever His promise has you. Whenever you have faith. In the future you'll see heaven, but, for now, you only can hear heaven in this promise. CHALLENGE GRANTA generous donor is sponsoring a challenge grant! If you sponsor an episode of Scripture First in the next few weeks, your donation will be matched (meaning you've doubled your financial impact on our organization!). You can find more information at lutherhouseofstudy.org/donate. Thank you ahead of time for your giving season consideration! SING TO THE LORDListen to Luther House of Study's newest podcast: Sing to the Lord! Martin Luther said, "Next to the word of God, the art of music is the greatest treasure in the world." To understand the importance of hymnody in the Lutheran church, Lars Olson and Mason Van Essen sit down with Zachary Brockhoff each week to discuss the lectionary's hymns, their meaning and history, and how the music preaches the Gospel.
The dive into the court documents continues as we begin our look at the declaration fo Wendy Olson to vacate the gag order. (commercial at 9:59)to contact me:email@example.com:Microsoft Word - Media Coalition - Declaration of Olson in Support of Motion to Vacate or Amend the Amended No(119421395.1) (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
Keeley Olson has been the executive director of STAR since 2016. She has spent all of her adult life working with the survivors of sexual assault – from her college days in Montana through her time at STAR which began in Anchorage in 2007. STAR was founded in 1978 to respond to the needs of survivors of sexual assault. It also provides prevention and education programs to schools and organizations throughout Alaska to prevent assaults from happening. When STAR was founded the acronym stood for Standing Together Against Rape, but the organization is attempting a rebrand, and prefers to be known simply as, "STAR."If you have experienced sexual trauma or have questions, call: 907-276-7273Someone will answer at anytime.If you would like to make a donation to STAR, click here.
The dive into the court documents continues as we wrap up our look at the declaration fo Wendy Olson to vacate the gag order. (commercial at 10:26)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Microsoft Word - Media Coalition - Declaration of Olson in Support of Motion to Vacate or Amend the Amended No(119421395.1) (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues as we wrap up our look at the declaration fo Wendy Olson to vacate the gag order. (commercial at 10:26)to contact me:email@example.com:Microsoft Word - Media Coalition - Declaration of Olson in Support of Motion to Vacate or Amend the Amended No(119421395.1) (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues as we begin our look at the declaration fo Wendy Olson to vacate the gag order. (commercial at 7:47)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Microsoft Word - Media Coalition - Declaration of Olson in Support of Motion to Vacate or Amend the Amended No(119421395.1) (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues as we begin our look at the declaration fo Wendy Olson to vacate the gag order. (commercial at 9:59)to contact me:email@example.com:Microsoft Word - Media Coalition - Declaration of Olson in Support of Motion to Vacate or Amend the Amended No(119421395.1) (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues as we begin our look at the declaration fo Wendy Olson to vacate the gag order. (commercial at 7:47)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Microsoft Word - Media Coalition - Declaration of Olson in Support of Motion to Vacate or Amend the Amended No(119421395.1) (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
Kristin and Molly speak with Sara Calvosa Olsen about her new cookbook, Chími Nu'am and its inspiration, creation and message. Sara shares her food writing journey, thoughts on the title and cover and how the pandemic altered the book's approach and voice. She discusses why she calls it "an inconvenient cookbook" and what it was like working with her publisher and learning photography for its images. Finally, she talks about the best advice she received, the concept she returns to in times of doubt and the themes she wants to communicate with this work. Hosts: Kate Leahy + Molly Stevens + Kristin Donnelly + Andrea NguyenEditor: Abby Cerquitella Mentions Sara Calvosa OlsonWebsiteInstagramHeyDayEdible Magazine Visit the Everything Cookbooks Bookshop to purchase a copy of the books mentioned in the showChími Nu'am by Sara Calvosa Olson
In one of Jesus' last parables before being crucified, He mentions terms Christians hear all the time: Son of Man, blessed by the father, sheep and goats. Kiri, Max, and Mason slow down and ask Sarah Stenson and Lars Olson to unpack what those terms actually mean. What does Jesus' title as Son of Man mean? What does it mean to be blessed by God the Father? How do I know if I'm a sheep or a goat? In the ensuing conversation, Lars and Sarah preach why is everyone trying so hard to be a good person? The calls from your neighbors will never stop, but whether you answer them correctly or not doesn't impact your relationship to God. Why? Because you were elected from the foundation of the world. CHALLENGE GRANTA generous donor is sponsoring a challenge grant! If you sponsor an episode of Scripture First in the next few weeks, your donation will be matched (meaning you've doubled your financial impact on our organization!). You can find more information at lutherhouseofstudy.org/donate. Thank you ahead of time for your giving season consideration! GOSPELMatthew 25:31-4625:31 "When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on the throne of his glory. 32 All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats, 33 and he will put the sheep at his right hand and the goats at the left. 34 Then the king will say to those at his right hand, 'Come, you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world; 35 for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, 36 I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care of me, I was in prison and you visited me.' 37 Then the righteous will answer him, 'Lord, when was it that we saw you hungry and gave you food, or thirsty and gave you something to drink? 38 And when was it that we saw you a stranger and welcomed you, or naked and gave you clothing? 39 And when was it that we saw you sick or in prison and visited you?' 40 And the king will answer them, 'Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.' 41 Then he will say to those at his left hand, 'You that are accursed, depart from me into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels; 42 for I was hungry and you gave me no food, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, 43 I was a stranger and you did not welcome me, naked and you did not give me clothing, sick and in prison and you did not visit me.' 44 Then they also will answer, 'Lord, when was it that we saw you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison, and did not take care of you?' 45 Then he will answer them, 'Truly I tell you, just as you did not do it to one of the least of these, you did not do it to me.' 46 And these will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life."Support the showInterested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First?Email Sarah at email@example.com or visit our donation page: lutherhouseofstudy.org/donate
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 7:35)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 6:21)to contact me:email@example.com:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 11:15)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 6:23)to contact me:email@example.com:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we conclude our look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 7:35)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 11:15)to contact me:email@example.com:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 6:21)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The dive into the court documents continues in this one as we begin to take a look at the declaration of Wendy J. Olson in support of the motion to reconsider the gag order. (commercial at 6:23)to contact me:email@example.com:050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)050923+Declaration+of+Wendy+J+Olson+in+Support+of+Motion+to+Reconsider.pdf (amazonaws.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
For new couples, does the decision of how to organize their finances — separate accounts, a joint account or a blend of the two — matter? On the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by R&T Deposit Solutions — Indiana University marketing professor Jenny Olson discusses new research that provides an answer. Olson and her colleagues randomly assigned new couples to one of three conditions for a two-year period: using only separate accounts, using a joint account only or to a third group that received no instructions about the kind of accounts to use. Couples in the no-instruction group and the separate account group saw declines in relationship quality during the experiment, couples with joint accounts were “buffered” against the declines otherwise expected, she says. “Because we randomly assigned couples, we can take better steps toward understanding causality,” Olson says. “Our results really do suggest that having a joint bank account improves relationship quality.” While every couple's financial needs are unique and separate accounts may be what's needed in many situations, Olson discusses implications of the research for how bankers and wealth managers approach financial planning conversations with clients. Read the paper by Olson et al. in the Journal of Consumer Research.
Today I want to tell you about our sponsor for this episode, Olsen Dental Chairs!Imagine you're a dentist and you spend your whole day around the chair... Well, Olsen has over 40 years of experience in making those long hours as comfortable as possible for both the dentist and the patient! If you're a dental professional looking for high quality, cost effective, dental equipment, check out Olson dental chairs!Click this link and mention this episode for a limited time FREE installation with your purchase!Guest: Camila RegisBusiness Name: OlsenCheck out Camila's Media:Website: https://olsenna.com/Other Mentions and Links:Oscar WildeBert Decker - 3 Second RuleHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyMy Key Takeaways:How much do first impressions really matter with patients?What are some common barriers that are keeping patients from coming in?Does high quality and modern equipment really make a difference?Some of the psychology behind dental anxiety and first impressions.The benefits of patient comfort and an inviting staff.Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: All right. It's time to talk with our featured guests, Camila Regis. Camila, how's it going? I'm Camila: doing great today, Michael. And what about you? Michael: I'm doing pretty good. Thanks for asking. If you don't mind letting our listeners know where are you located Camila: right now? I'm located at the South of Brazil right now in a city called Bailosa, where is the headquarter of Olsen, uh, USA.Dental equipment. Michael: Nice. So all the way in Brazil, which is only according to PST time, California time, four hours different. So that's pretty awesome. But if you can tell us a little bit about your past, your present, how'd you get to where you are today? Camila: So, um, I was always in love with different cultures when I was a little kid, um, my biggest dream was to be a dentist. I'm not a dentist nowadays, but I work with that. I work with dental equipments. So since I was always interested on different cultures, I try it and I directed the lead of my, um, career to something I could be able to work with different cultures and different countries.So, I am here today, working, uh, with this project of expanding Olsen that comes from Brazil to all of the world. we are over a hundred countries. And I am the responsible, uh, of the team that is, doing all of that. Michael: Nice. So in charge of like, the growth area. So you don't mind me asking, why did you always want to be a dentist?Camila: I don't know. I think it was, um, when I was a little kid, I had, um, some problems in my teeth. I usually go to, to the dentist and. This guy was so nice to me, and it was such a nice environment, and I can't remember, like... Every week going there and being familiar with everything. So I was kind of amused with that profession.And I was like, Oh, I want to be that. I want to be a dentist. Michael: Okay. So it was also like, the main thing was the pain point kind of thing, right? You were experiencing a problem and you saw how they fixed it really quick. Yeah, exactly. Okay. Interesting. Awesome. So let's dive into this. And for those listening on audio only in the podcast, you can scroll down in the show notes and look out on our YouTube channel.But this is going to be a presentation that Camila has, kind of like a webinar. And what we're going to dive into is marketing your practice through your dental office. And so what do first impressions have to do with that? Because I noticed that's the title here. Camila: So let's start with that. so first impression, uh, is something that we need to consider to everything.Like not only just for a business or dental practice, but for everything, for yourself as a professional. So why not think of that in your business when your business is a as Oscar White said, uh, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. So you need to take advantage of knowing that from your consumers.So you need to be on that point where you are going to plan what is going to be the first impression they have from you. And that is like 100 percent true what Oscar Wilde said, initial impressions matters a lot in human psychology and it's exactly how people's perception are shaped.So when we talk about these, uh, it's not just of individuals, but also of business, locations, objects. Why are we not talking about that when we talk about dental office? So my question here for whoever is listening to us or, watching us, have you ever thought about these when you started your dental practice or when renewing it or when buying your equipments or planning the design or even hiring your staff?I I think what we are bringing today is going to be interesting for you to update that idea on your mind. And if you don't, I believe that you need to keep your eye on it. So Bert Ducker, one of the greatest experts in communication, did a research that says the brain takes only two seconds to form 50 percent of the image. About someone or something and the next four minutes to complete the rest of this idea. So, can you imagine having only 2 seconds to show someone what is your dental practice about what you are trying to show them or give them the experience at that point where they just walk in your dental office?Well, uh, this prejudgment will conditionate the interaction that this customer, this patient of yours, will interact with you or your dental office or even your staff, and will definitely define the approach that they will have. for example, when you're just walking in a store and someone from the staff is in a bad mood.That will definitely set the approach you have when you talk with that person. So that is something we need to consider for all the business environment. The power of the idea shaped at the moment that someone set the eyes on a person or on a place or on a Professional is so strong that not even the facts are capable of easily disproving them.So, it's like when someone, when you, you look to someone and you say, Oh, I didn't like that person. And then later on. You start to know them better and then it's hard for you to change that idea that you didn't like something on that person, even though the facts. Are showing you a completely different, um, position than your opinion.So usually, humans tend to conform our prejudgment because of this power that the ideas have, uh, among us. Michael: Gotcha. So right here, when it comes to the, this is the, basically the laws of the first impressions, right? You have two seconds, right. To form 50%. Of the image about someone or something. So if someone's walking into the practice, and they don't even acknowledge them, they don't even look at them or anything, that's more than two seconds.That's it. So you already kinda can feel the, the coldness in there, right? And then, um, the last part is interesting. Uh, how, not even facts are capable of easily disproving them. What would you say, Camila, how does that, how would you have witnessed that, or how do you notice this in a practice? Camila: I have a really good case here.So when we start to open the U. S. market, I visited some dental office in some schools. And when I walked in the first dental office, it wasn't a private dental office, it was a university one. And I was so shocked because I was expecting as the rest of the universe to look like. fantastic and everything perfect, everything in place.I was expecting a great practice, a great dental practice. And what I found out was some equipments that were already, um, really old and broke. And it was more because it's used by students. I get that, but it was the first impression I had. So the first impression I had was I don't think they are looking to these with care.I don't think they are giving the same attention. They are giving to the rest of the campus to these areas. That is exactly where the patient is going to be laying down for some hours, even. Some treatments take some days. They're not, of course, being there for days, but they are going to be back there day to day, and they need to feel home.They need to feel comfort and I was shocked and that made me feel a little bit, uh, Thinking, oh, I think we have a different culture here, but then I saw that it was only that case, it wasn't only that case, but I saw it was a case of a place that wasn't being properly, uh, cared off. And so this is a perfect example, we can compare that to what, to the experience I had when I was a kid in my dentist that I can remember, like, if it was yesterday, it was a nice place, a cozy place.I was always, uh, welcomed and I remember of all the equipments. that sounds crazy. But I remember of the equipment, because I remember of looking at the lights, I remember of looking at the hand pieces. And since, uh, my, my dream by that time was to be a dentist. I usually open the, the drawers and look what was inside.And the dentist showed me a lot of of stuffs and I remember of that being so perfect, so clean, so cared of. So there was a tension in each detail of that service that he was giving me. Michael: Gotcha. So a lot came into that besides the first, uh, two seconds, but it was the first two seconds where you were like, okay, this it's warm, it's cozy.I can feel it. Uh, and then it kind of gave you the rest of the picture of the facts. Right. Yeah, exactly. Interesting. Okay. Okay. So these are the laws. These are the crucial role of first impression. Camila: I'm trying here just to, uh, give some thoughts on what is first impressions so we can then, uh, go to how these first impressions, how we can apply, uh, that three laws into the dental office.So when one goes to any place that offers health care or even aesthetic care, what they are really looking for, Michael, is self care. They are looking for someone that can take care of them. So their expectations are going to be always high because no one wants to be cared off in a bad way.So dental office deal with an essential aspect of the human survival and well being. It's a place that. Will require a lot of, uh, excellent conditions and a sense that the person that is there is safe, it's in a good hand, it's in a professional environment. So will you ever look for a place to take care of you that shows you through their image that they don't care even about themselves, that they don't, they don't have a nice waiting room, that they have a staff that is rude, is not, uh, in a, um, in a good mood that doesn't say good morning to you and even if, um, You think that they are going to be comfortable in old equipment that is maybe losing some part of the ufostery.And so it's all about that. It's all about you need to show your patient that you care about your place because that place is going to take care of your patient. So I brought here some, Examples, and I would like, I know the audience is just listening. So I will say some words about the image I'm showing, but I want you to think, what is the feeling you get when you look at a dental office that looks like this?So I'm showing here a dental office. Uh, it is a old dental office. It's, it's not clean and it has all the wires showing here it's a closer look where the example I just gave that the upholstery is ripping off and some part of the equipment are broke and there is dust everywhere and it looks like a mess.And then now, how do you feel when you look and you walk into a dental office like this? That it's clean, it has a brand new equipment, it, the equipment looks like, modern, looks like comfortable, and when you sit at it, you feel the comfort, you feel the ergonomy, how do you feel looking at it, how will you feel looking at the, the dental space, broke equipment or the dental office that has everything clean, everything white and in colors that are sober and that brings the image of a safe environment. Yeah. Michael: You can, you can totally, when I feel like I get, think like I'm probably gonna not get a good job. Like, you know what I mean? Like it's probably, I just need to hurry up and get out of here kind of thing.But the other one, you feel more like you can, you can hang out, you know what I mean? You can be there. It feels more comforting. You know, you're going to get a good job. Yeah. Camila: And so to start talking about, um, the first impressions in a dental office.How does this matter to the dental office? We should start talking about marketing, right? So that's why we are here with Michael. So the big picture is that the first impression is inside the big picture that marketing is. So it's how you see marketing. Marketing goes beyond the advertisement, digital presence.There's much more than just that. Uh, marketing is everything that is going to establish the awareness of your practice image in the market. The mind of your customers. So if you are taking care of your website, if you are taking care of your social medias, why are you not taking care of your dental office?Why are you not taking care of the design of it? Of the equipment that is there, of the staff you are hiring. First impressions are the meaning to establish your brand awareness. And when I say brand here, I definitely mean, brand as what you were building as a dental practice. So when customers are aware of a brand and associate it with positive things like quality, reliability, or value, they are more likely to choose that brand when they need related products or service than another ones.And they are more likely to tell their friends, to tell their family that they choose that brand because of those reasons. Therefore, I believe that building and straightening brand awareness are fundamental goals in marketing and in branding strategies. So the brand awareness, it's the degree of recognition and familiarity that the public has with that specific brand, and that brand is your dental practice, then your dental office, sometimes you have a clinic with much with more than 1 dentist. It's how the public will know your, uh, dental practice, how professional we were, how comfort they feel, how do they like you, do they don't, this is what you need to have in mind when you start to, Settle your goals, your marketing goals in your dental practice, because from the brand awareness is where you are going to start structuring your image.And, there is some trick elements, for a good impression, no 1st, the 2nd or the 3rd. And here talking specifically in the dental office, it's the design of it, the equipment that you have and the staff. So, when you think about those 3 pillars, design, equipment and staff, you need to keep in mind, what are you trying to communicate to your customer and what is the experience you are aiming to offer them?Am I trying to tell them that that is, um, a place that they are going to feel pain, that they are going to be afraid, or do you want to communicate that it's a dental office, that it's, uh, More like a place to play, to be fun, to have fun.so that is one thing that you need to keep in your mind. And when I know that talking about the, pediatric dental is very specific. But even though when you were talking about, um, dental office for adults, your Is exactly what is going to set what is the image you are, trying to show to your consumers.So if you are working in, I said it dental, you must have like a perfect dental office, everything in place, everything looking modern, nice, fancy. Because that's what you are trying to show them, that you are going to bring that image to their health. It's through the design of your dental office, and the equipment you have, and the staff that you are hiring, and how you are training them, that you can create this environment.This environment that we will present, what is your image as a professional or as a dental clinic, dental practice, and it's going to dictate the experience that you were about to offer to that consumer, to that patient that just walked in. Michael: Interesting. So real quick, uh, Camila, let's just say the practices.Hey, my brand is that we care, like we really care, right? Staff would have to show that they, they care. but how, in your opinion, how would design show that and equipment show that, okay. Camila: Talking about design, I think, um, that to show that you will need to have a nice waiting room, for example.it can be a waiting room for, uh, that supports like three people, but there is 100 people inside because you're not caring about them waiting and everyone there and it's not comfortable. For example, you need to think, I don't know where exactly, but if you are in Florida, you need to think about having a, an AC.Because everyone needs to feel comfortable while waiting, you need to have like television to have something to show them while they, they are there. Uh, you need to have a good way for them to go from the waiting room to your dental office. A nice, space for them to move and sit on the chair on the dental chair and feel comfortable there.So when talking about equipment, it's not going to be much different from that. You need to give them comfort. inequipment is not only that you need to have a modern equipment with technology and everything, but you need to show them that needs to be clean.It needs to be shining. always looking like new. So, I believe that is, uh. Two ways of thinking design is not much my, my area. but I believe that, uh, I know that in the U S there is a lot of companies that do the design for dental practice. And when finding someone like that.Bring them those ideas, tell them, I need, I want to show my consumer that my customer, my patient, that they are going to be care here. So that's what I'm trying to, show them through the design of my dental office. And the same when you are buying any new equipment or you are renewing your Michael: equipment.Gotcha. Okay. Okay. Interesting. Yeah. Interesting. So these are the three things, right, for a good, first good impression, design, equipment, and staff. Camila: Yeah, and when we talk about the equipment, there is one thing that, that we always do. I don't know if everyone knows here, I work in the Olsen, I know I said at the beginning, but we also sell the dental equipment.So the first thing we ask the doctor always is, what is more important for you in the equipment? Because it's that that is what is the best equipment for their practice. and it's funny because you will, uh, see a dentist that they care about colds. So that's what matters for them.want to pay the less possible. And there will be the doctors that say, I care about my patient. I want my patient to be in a comfortable chair. I want them to have the best of the market, or I want to have the best of the market in terms of equipment and technology. So knowing or not knowing, they already have on their mind, what are their, the image that they are trying to show to their patients.Michael: I was going to ask you, when it comes to all that, what have you seen the most popular one? Is it cost or is it more like ergonomics or what would it be? Camila: I think it depends a lot. I mean, in some countries, it's cost for sure. And in others, the comfort of the patient. Nowadays, I've been seeing much more.we have the premium chairs, so they are more comfortable. They have an extra layer of, foam, so it makes more, comfort for the patient. It has also a massage system that helps the anxiety that a lot of people have to go to a dentist. And I think they are starting to care more about the, the patient comfort and their ergonomy than about the cost. Because I can see clearly that they are moving from one, from these equipments to the premium equipments that are more focused on the comfort for for the dentist and also for the patient. Michael: Gotcha. Gotcha. Okay. Interesting. Interesting. Okay. So these are the key elements Camila: then. Yeah, exactly. And usually when a business is, is setting what they are trying to present through their image, usually you will find, three things, the sophistication. So everyone wants a sophisticated practice, the credibility of their work, because It doesn't matter if you are the best doctor in the market, if you don't have the best dental office, that's not what you are going to, to show to your customer and the appealing of the dental office.of course the patient doesn't know much about the dental equipment. So what do they know? They know that they will notice that if they lay down equipment that makes a real difference, they will notice if they feel comfortable, if they feel like they were at home and how they feel during the treatment that is going to make the difference.I know they won't know that. Oh, this is the most expensive or the market or not, but they will know how they felt at that moment. Thanks. And they will definitely spread that word. So when talking about equipment and what is the points that you were trying to bring when you think about that, to the matter of your brand awareness. You will have competitive advantage because you show your, patient that you care that, uh, you are trying to give him the best experience, trying to reduce the dental anxiety. I was reading some articles for this webinar and 10 percent of the U. S. population has dental anxiety nowadays. So you can imagine how hard it is for that 10 percent of the population to go to the dentist because it's a place that they hate.why not thinking of that when you are thinking of your equipment, you know, Michael: interesting. Camila: Also, uh, the trade points that I brought earlier. Your image, you need to communicate the sophistication. You need to communicate the credibility. You need to communicate how appealing, uh, your business or in the experience, um, design equipment and stuff.They are the responsible for the experience. Your patient is going to have in your dental practice. You need to offer them a good aesthetic look, you need to offer them ergonomy. When I say ergonomy, I mean, they're okay, they're sitting on the chair, they have where to put the, they have places to put their arms on, or they are not in a good position.When you lay down your, chair to start your treatment, do your patient needs to, um, fit themselves in the chair? sometimes the doctor say, Oh, go a little bit, um, higher or move to one side to another side. You need to think of that when you are trying to give the best experience to your, to your patient and also the comfort that you are offering them because let's be honest.It's not comfortable to be with your mouth open for one hour and doing some procedures with that noisy. So you need to have, uh, things to distract them. And being in a comfortable equipment makes a lot of difference when talking about that. That's Michael: true. Interesting. And Camila: they will absolutely appreciate the fact that you have invested on something which helps them be more comfortable, to feel more cozy, to make their dental treatment less stressful.And they are quite likely to talk about it. And therefore they are marketing it for you, you Michael: it's true. And I guess you don't really ever think about that. Like the little movements in the ergonomics of like, well, we have to, you know, move a little bit. And then, you know, like as a patient, you just feel like, okay, I got to stay like this, uh, cause you never really experienced anything different or maybe you just never really experienced it at all.So you're just kind of in that uncomfortable position. And if you're uncomfortable for too long, that heightens the anxiety big time, big time. So it makes a lot of sense. Camila: Yeah, and all the points I mentioned here will help to form an overall impression of your practice. one that will stay with the patient and that they will also pass on to their friends, their family, their community.that's exactly what you were looking for. Um, given the original aim of marketing, which is to build a reputation and image that appeals to your target clients. since clear that your equipment must be an important part of it, um, because your dental practice is reflected in everything that you and your staff do each day and in everything that helps to build your image every day.Michael: Awesome. Wonderful. So then when it comes to this, you know, some people are saying like, what's affordability care. I want a really good chair that brings comfort. What would you recommend from the brands that you guys have? Olsen, if someone's looking for a little bit of blend of both, right.Where it's like I needed to be affordable. But at the same time, I got it. It gets to look amazing. Camila: So we have this unit that is one of the premium units is the logic dental unit. It's affordable and it's really comfortable. It has one of most comfortable chairs from our lines.another thing that this chair has. it's a curiosity that the movement of the chair goes with the movement of the body. So what I was talking earlier, when you lay down your patient to the treatment position. They don't need to fit themselves again into the chair because usually they stay in the same place because the chair will do the same movement and as their body are doing when laying down.So, definitely when thinking about affordable options comfort options to the patient and also to the dentist, I would say, logic dental unit is the best that you can find. Michael: Okay. Awesome. Awesome. Thank you so much Camila. So is there any other thing that follows up on this presentation or? No, there is Camila: not.So Michael: these right here are, what are these right here? These two chairs? Camila: So these two chairs is, uh, on the left side you can find Infinity. It's our premium chair, and on the right side you can find the performance procedure chair. So it's a chair that it's also for, doctors or for dentists for procedures that you need to do when standing up. So, it's a chair that goes really high and it goes all flat. Here in Brazil, um, mainly used for the harmonization that dentists are doing, the aesthetic, um, oral harmonization. So um, yeah, that's one of the, um, the biggest of our, uh, Michael: lines. Nice. Okay. And now I kind of want to ask you some questions that. are directed to someone who isn't totally involved on the clinical side of dentistry.Okay. from everything you've seen from working with dentists, working, walking inside their practice and everything right now, what do you currently love about dentistry?Camila: Right now? What I currently love is that I feel more in a safe environment when walking through a dental practice, then, uh, a doctor practice, I think they are becoming more specialist on the service of having someone there for an hour of giving a good experience, because nowadays we go to the doctor and it takes like 15 minutes, 10 minutes.You don't even have time to think. And when you go to dental office, you are usually going to be taken care of. And it's not something that is going to be in a rush. It's something that they are going to do with attention. They talk to you, they connect themselves to you. So I think that what I most love in dentistry is that this permission that the practice has, In a way that the professional can connect to the patient in a deep way. Michael: Gotcha. Gotcha. Interesting. so that's great.That's great that that's one of the main reasons, right? You can, you can feel a deeper connection with, uh, the practice compared to medical. You said. Okay. Yes. Compared to medical. Oh, interesting. Yeah. You feel more of a connection. And then right now, Camila, what's um, something you dislike or hate about dentistry that you've been noticing?Camila: the hand pieces, I don't know how we get so far in the dentist technology and we still don't have board that don't do any noise because that is freaking scary. So I think that's what I Michael: most hate. Ah, okay. Like the drill noises. Yes. Kind of nice. Okay. Why do you feel like that provides a lot of discomfort for you?Camila: I don't know. if it's something personal. I don't know I, I have something I relate to pain and relate that to pain because that was my experience during the adult life.Yeah, I Michael: don't like that. Yeah. Interesting. Awesome. Okay. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. And now if anybody wanted to reach out to you, contact you or anything like that, where can they find you? Camila: Okay. So they can find me at, Olsen at Olsen America. com. Michael: Awesome. Olsen America. com. And at the same time, guys, you know, Olsen is one of our partners. So everybody here gets an exclusive deal with them. If you go in the show notes below, click the first link in the show notes below, uh, to check out more and Camila, thank you so much for being with us.It's been a pleasure. And we'll hear from you soon. Thank you.
Today's local political talk with Blois Olson focuses on the reported settlement of former GOP Chair Jennifer Carnahan and the debate around the cost of the government office building.
Whether you are a technologist or a brewer, you are capable enough to inspire change in the people around you. Denis shares his past episodes with Marcus Olson and Christopher Pellegrini. Marcus shares how he developed a passion for technology by disassembling and reassembling computers from an old Black & Decker office and emphasizes the importance of authentic branding. Christopher shares his diverse journey, from brewing beer as a teenager in Vermont to becoming an expert in Japanese shōchū and awamori. He also discusses his business, Hongkaku Spirits, emphasizing authenticity, passion, and his commitment to education.In this episode:Marcus shares how he developed a love for technology by disassembling and reassembling computersChristopher shares his transition from brewing beer as a teenager in Vermont to becoming an expert in Japanese shōchū and awamoriMain takeaways:Business owners have a social responsibility to upholdAdopting various cultures in the company could be beneficialCreative collaboration and learning from others are beneficial within a companyPassion plays a significant role in brandingThe exploration of Japanese shochu and awamori highlights the potential of tapping into diverse marketEducation is a foundation for personal and professional growthQuotes:"We just communicated authentically to the world why we care. And it attracted like-minded people that were just as passionate about getting technology into the hands of emerging companies." - Marcus Olson "Education is so central to every way that I approach everything that it really can't be stripped from who I am as a person." - Christopher PellegriniConnect with Denis: Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
In this enlightening episode, host Dustin Olson and GOP strategist Matt Wylie dissect key political campaign strategies and the evolution of the GOP's ground game. Wylie brings decades of experience to the table, offering an insider's view of landmark campaigns that have shaped the GOP's tactics. The dialogue opens with Wylie's recollections of a Massachusetts special election that he and host Dustin Olson worked on together, showcasing innovative tactics despite a close loss. He highlights the shift in GOP campaign tactics over the years, focusing on voter targeting and engagement. The discussion underlines the importance of authenticity in politics, drawing from various candidates' experiences. Wylie shares insights from John Ashcroft's Senate race, emphasizing political values and strategic campaign decisions. The episode also delves into the necessity of grassroots tactics, opposition research, and the importance of preparing for personal attacks in campaigns. Toward the end, Wylie and Olson critique the GOP's current reliance on social media, advocating for a renewed focus on direct voter engagement and grassroots efforts, especially in new demographics and movements like Parental Rights. Listeners can seek campaign advice from Wylie at Matt@MattWylie.com. For more insights, LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, and leave a Review to support the show. Visit www.PoliticalTradeSecets.com for additional resources.
The Main Thing: Do you remember Allison? Better yet, do you remember Wanda the owl? We're so thrilled to welcome Allison Olson back for Episode 99 of the Two Adoptive Mamas Podcast. Allison won all of our hearts with her first book "Surrounded by Love: An Open Adoption Story," and now she's raising the bar with her second --- "My Friend's Adoption." During our time together we're talking about the conversation starters that are flowing out of this book, and how it's equipping our children and those they care about most to embrace their story of finding their forever family and honoring their birth family. You'll be clicking "Buy" half way through this episode so you can add this book to your collection, we're sure of it! Episode Resources: Click HERE to purchase your copy! For more with Allison, you can find her on Instagram @kidsbooksbyallisonolson.2.A.M. Connect:If you enjoyed today's episode, or know someone who could benefit from our show, the best thing you can do is leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts. We're grateful to host the Two Adoptive Mamas podcast for a fifth season, thank you!Learn more about how you can support our ongoing work through our Patreon HERE. Support the show
Gunnar Henderson is now the 7th player in Orioles history to win rookie of the year and the first since Gregg Olson back in 1989. Olson joined Vinny & Haynie on Tuesday to talk about the unique connection between him and Henderson. Photo Credit: © Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
"The Slight Edge" es un libro revolucionario escrito por Jeff Olson que destaca la importancia de pequeñas acciones diarias para lograr el éxito a largo plazo. . La premisa principal es que las pequeñas decisiones y acciones que tomamos todos los días, ya sea hacia el crecimiento personal o el estancamiento, tienen un impacto acumulativo significativo en nuestras vidas.Olson argumenta que el éxito no se trata de cambios drásticos o acciones espectaculares, sino más bien de adoptar hábitos positivos y consistentes a lo largo del tiempo. Al enfocarse en mejorar continuamente, incluso en pequeñas medidas, se puede crear un efecto acumulativo positivo que con el tiempo conduce al éxito.El autor presenta el concepto de la "ligera ventaja", destacando que las pequeñas mejoras diarias, aunque inicialmente imperceptibles, se acumulan con el tiempo y eventualmente conducen a resultados extraordinarios. Este principio se aplica a todas las áreas de la vida, desde las finanzas y la salud hasta las relaciones personales y la carrera profesional."The Slight Edge" también destaca la importancia de la autodisciplina, la consistencia y la perseverancia. Olson alienta a los lectores a establecer metas claras, desarrollar hábitos positivos y apegarse a ellos incluso cuando las recompensas no sean inmediatas. El libro ofrece un enfoque práctico y motivador para cambiar la mentalidad y adoptar un estilo de vida que fomente el éxito a largo plazo.En resumen, "The Slight Edge" es una guía inspiradora que subraya la importancia de las pequeñas acciones diarias y la consistencia en la búsqueda del éxito. Proporciona un marco sólido para mejorar la calidad de vida a través de cambios graduales pero poderosos en la toma de decisiones y la conducta diaria.Episodio traído a ustedes por @drawisco. Si tienes niños con mocos, ella puede atenderlos desde la comodidad de tu hogar.https://linktr.ee/drawiscoSi quieres crear una estrategia para tu vida, coordina tu cita aquí: https://linktr.ee/CarlosFigueroaAñade 10 horas a tu semana !!! Guía Gratis. (Por Tiempo LIMITADO) https://mailchi.mp/07bcc6ddabe1/10horasmasatusemana Redes Carloshttp://www.tiktok.com/carlosefigueroaprhttp://www.instagram.com/carlosefigueroaRedes Gana Tu Díahttp://www.instagram.com/ganatudia http://www.tiktok.com/ganatudiahttp://email@example.com
Parker Olson is a passionate young wellness entrepreneur, not afraid to take big risks to get results. Parker shares the lessons he has learned about bold branding, following your intuition, and standing out from the crowd. Parker is a creative force within the realms of health, wellness, and strategic marketing. As the co-founder of FORIJ mushroom-infused snack foods and Scally Studios, Parker is spearheading initiatives that merge well-being with innovative business growth strategies. Parker's entrepreneurial journey began with a personal 18-month exploration into diverse diets, sparking an unexpected discovery of the potent health benefits within varying mushrooms. This quest for health culminated in the birth of FORIJ, a brand dedicated to crafting granola bars that are as nutritious as they are delicious, all thanks to their unique mushroom blend. Parker's thirst for innovation didn't stop with FORIJ. Acknowledging the difficulties faced by emerging brands in acquiring customers, he went on to co-found Scally Studios. This ground-breaking venture assists brands in unlocking the power of trust-based marketing engines, helping them navigate and thrive within the intricate digital marketplace. Through his unwavering resolve and commitment to health, wellness, and strategic business growth, Parker continues to inspire other entrepreneurs to chase their purpose. Anyone can do it When Parker was a college student, he saw that his dormmate was on his phone a lot, and making plenty of money. Upon questioning him, he discovered that he was monetizing a successful online Twitter account. On the spot, Parker sent him his entire savings – a few thousand dollars – in exchange for learning his secrets. It was a risky move, but it became a major success. He grew an account, made money while in school, and didn't have to work full time. It was then that he realized that out of thin air and with a bit of a time investment, anyone can create value online and begin to support themselves. Despite acknowledging how impulsive that decision was, he also cites his intuition and impulsivity as a major asset when it comes to entrepreneurship. After all, risk can mean big rewards. Later, when he decided to start more businesses, Parker had an understanding of what it takes to get started, and was unshaken by entry barriers. He'd made money online before. Why not do it again? Passion helps us push through One of Parker's most influential lessons came when he attempted to launch a clothing brand. It was a fun idea, and a lot of the project came easily to him – but when it came down to doing more difficult aspects of business-building, he felt uninspired. Where he normally felt hyped up and motivated in his business, he felt annoyed and discouraged by challenging tasks. That's when he realized that it was not the right path for him. Now, he shares that wisdom with us: if you find it draining to push through hard things in your business, it's not the right business for you! Passion and purpose will fuel you through hard times, and a strong “why” will always make it worth it. While building FORIJ, Parker took extreme measures. He slept in a tent in the yard while keeping his ingredients safe in his room. He frantically contacted local cafes and rented out one of their kitchens for his production when covid hit. He even lived in his van and traveled the country selling boxes and educating wholesalers about the benefits of mushrooms for brain health, sleep, mood and more. All of this was possible because he believed in what he was doing, and he was fueled by purpose. Good branding is unique and memorable FORIJ has been called a few things over the years. Laughing, Parker admits that when he started, it was not a memorable brand. These days, FORIJ has cute packaging with memorable characters on it, bright colors, and a strong brand message about infusing everyday snacks with whole food ingredients. But before all that, there was cheap and basic branding – and it didn't make the impact it does today. Back when the brand had a generic name and inexpensive stock kraft packaging, he gained notoriety not with cute colors and a great website, but for his hustle and belief in what he was doing. Because of his van lifestyle, he became known as “the van guy” with the mushroom foods. He realized that his brand was himself, because that was all that was unique and memorable. Going forward, he invested more heavily in his branding in order to help his products stand out and catch the attention of his consumers. Enjoy this inspiring and memorable episode of The Business of You, with Parker Olson… Quotes “I gave him every single dollar I had to my name, on the spot! This is part of what has enabled some of my entrepreneurial journey, but has also caused some tribulations for me…compulsively being like, this is a good idea! Without thinking it through. That kickstarted my entrepreneurial journey.” “You, meaning anyone, can go out and make something that has value and support yourself.” “I wore nice clothes to the office at that job. I was like - I go to work, I get paid, it affords me a lifestyle. But it doesn't bring me fulfillment, so I thought, I want to start a business. I want to work for myself.” “It's not rocket science. What you eat impacts how you feel!” “What makes a good brand versus a pretty brand? A good brand is unique and memorable. Our brand was neither! It was pretty, but not unique or memorable.” “People didn't know the brand. They didn't even necessarily know my name. But they were like – you're the tent guy! I realized, like, that was unique and memorable. That was the brand.” Links mentioned in this episode: Check out the official FORIJ website at https://www.forij.co/ Connect with Parker on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/parker-olson-forij/
Months ago, I was asked to give a lecture at the Federalist Society's National Lawyers Convention. It was a surprising invitation for a number of reasons. First, I am not a lawyer. Second: I am not a member of the Federalist Society—the prominent conservative and libertarian legal organization. (If the name rings a bell it's probably because you've heard of it in the context of the hearings of any of the conservative justices who currently sit on the court.) Third: If you look at the people who previously gave this particular lecture—Supreme Court Justices, Attorney Generals, people like Bill Barr, Don McGahn, and John Roberts—the idea that I would be on that list seemed nuts. But I accepted. Mostly because I was being asked to give the Barbara K. Olson lecture. Olson was 45 years old, a lawyer and a political commentator at the top of her game when she boarded American Airlines flight 77 on September 11, 2001. She was flying to Los Angeles that day so she could appear on Bill Maher's show Politically Incorrect, and because she had changed her flight to have a birthday dinner with her husband, Ted. Barbara was murdered along with 3,000 other Americans that day. She managed to summon the composure, courage and clarity to call her husband twice in those horrifying moments before the plane slammed into the Pentagon. Her husband, Ted Olson, has among the most impressive resumes you'll find. But most important to me and my family: he argued in support of gay marriage in front of the Supreme Court. I had many ideas for this lecture before October 7. But after the world-transforming events of that day, I felt there was only one thing to talk about: the fight for the West. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this dynamic episode of "The Root of All Success," host Jason Duncan engages in a compelling conversation with the inspirational Parker Olson, delving deep into the transformative power of going all-in. Unveiling the strategic mindset required for success, Duncan and Olson explore the nuances of commitment, perseverance, and the unwavering belief in one's vision. With the dynamic exchange between Jason Duncan and Parker Olson, this episode of "The Root of All Success" resonates as a source of inspiration and motivation, challenging listeners to reassess their own levels of commitment and encouraging them to embrace the transformative potential of going all-in on their aspirations. Parker's Website Link: www.forij.co Parker's Social Media Instagram: @forij.co Facebook: @forij.co Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://therealjasonduncan.com/podcast This episode is sponsored by Dubb. Up your email game and make videos that convert! Get two free weeks and 50% off your first two months with this link: therealjasonduncan.com/dubb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Once struggling with crippling anxiety and looking for help, God met Ryley in what seemed like an unexpected way. Ryley would later encounter the living God through a series of divine encounters, giving him a testimony of a passionate pursuit of a loving God. We hope this episode inspires and encourages you in your personal walk with Jesus and reminds you of the power of the blood of the lamb and the word of YOUR testimony. Show Notes & Resources: https://theglr.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/066-God-is-Pursuing-You.docx.pdf
A lifelong entrepreneur and cerebral, creative, and physical adventurer, Parker Olson sees life as something to be stretched and played with. For him, making it is a perpetual act in progress, an art in the works, and an exploration each and every day.
Space Force Maj. Gen. Olson: ISAM Technology "A Core Part of Our Vision For The Future" NASA wants the development and deployment of In Space Manufacturing and Assembly, or ISAM, technologies to be a whole of nation effort that includes the civil, commercial, defense space sectors and academia. This would mean the routine use of robots to provide life extension services to spacecraft, and to build structures great and small in space. Laura Winter speaks with the U.S. Space Force lead for ISAM, Maj. Gen. John Olson to find out just what the service branch is bringing to the effort; and Greg Olson, who is the executive director of NASA's ISAM consortium COSMIC.
Alex Olson is an influential skateboarder & artist within the realm of design, breath-work & meditation. At the helm of Call Me 917 & Bianca Chandon, Olson's approach to design exists as an intersection between elevated basics & traditional skate goods. Having video parts in Lakai's "Fully Flared", Supreme's "Cherry", amongst others. We speak on the practice of breath-work, the birth of his child, Ayurvedic methods of cooking, fasting, New York & surfing. http://livingproofnewyork.com
The Minot Business Podcast is Presented by Bennett Creative Media. Episode 064 of The Minot Business Podcast we chat with Derek Olson, a local filmmaker and part time MSU Instructor. Derek and Easton discuss working in LA, how to get the job you want, the importance of creativity and more. Tune in next week for episode 065 of The Minot Business Podcast Presented by Bennett Creative Media https://www.bennettcreativemedia.com/ Follow Us On Social Media: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theminotbus... Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@theminotbusin... Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theminotbusi... Twitter - https://twitter.com/MinotBizPodcast LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-...
Today on One Life Radio, Susie Olson Corgan joins us on the air to discuss her journey in advocating for medical freedom and vaccine safety. Susie is a holistic health coach, consultant, and health freedom advocate who campaigns for medical freedom, individual rights, and informed consent. She's spent several years collaborating with organizations to create effective educational campaigns that empower individuals to create change in their communities. Susie is a co-founder of the grassroots organization, Initiatives for Family Health (I4FH). Their mission is to create a community to make change for a healthier world by advocating for informed decision-making in broad aspects of health and wellness for all family members of all ages and empowering individuals to be leaders through education, support, and action. Her work advocating for a healthier world is inspired by her only child who was injured by vaccinations at one year old.Thank you to our sponsors!Enviromedica – Rewild your gut with spore-based probiotics and wild-harvested prebiotics designed to support a healthy and diverse microbiome.Cardio Miracle - A comprehensive heart and health supplement utilizing over 50 ingredients. Visit cardiomiracle.com today for an automatic 15% OFF your order! Children's Health Defense - Listen every Monday as we cover the top stories from the CHD‘s Defender NewsletterSunwarrior - Use the code OLR for 20% off your purchase!Well Being Journal - For nutritional, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health.Thorne - Get 20% off your order and free shipping!
On this edition of TMWS, I'm taking you to Southern Charm Farm to get to know 12-year-old Prater Olson and her love of horses and passion for the rodeo arena! I hope you will listen, share, and let me know what you think!
On this MADM, 12-year-old Prater Olson is sharing her love of horses and passion for the rodeo arena. I hope you will listen and share. Sponsor: Athens Bible School AthensBible.com
Hey BillOReilly.com Premium and Concierge Members, welcome to the No Spin News for Monday November 6, 2023. Stand Up for Your Country.Tonight's rundown: Talking Points Memo: Bill takes a look at the history of antisemitism. Ambassador Robert O'Brien joins the No Spin News to discuss the Israel-Hamas war, iran, and fighting terroris. A new poll shows that President Biden is in trouble. Pollster Dustin Olson joins the show to discuss the latest numbers. Donald Trump testifies during a his New York city civil trial. This Day in History: Barack Obama elected President. Final Thought: Protecting Yourself In Case You Missed It: Read Bill's latest column, "Hunter, Gatherer." At BillOReilly.com we appreciate our customers. To show you how much, we're offering you a polo of your choice, 'Killing the Witches, my latest best seller, and a three-month Premium Member gift certificate, all for just $59.95! All the things you need. The holiday's are here! Now's the time to give the gift if a Premium or Concierge Membership. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To get live links to the music we play and resources we offer, visit www.WOSPodcast.comThis show includes the following songs:Cathy Hutch - True Soulmate FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYAva Davis - Relapse FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYSheila K Cameron - It's a Yearning to be Back There FOLLOW ON BANDCAMPGrace Garland - Then I'll Cry FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYJay Dee Jones - I'll Walk Away Deb Thomas (writer Bob Juch) - I'm a Brand New Woman FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYElaine Kristal - Sweet Escape FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYSonia Piasentin - Il Bacio FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYElise Lunden - When I Dream a Dream of You FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYKaylind Olson - Steady Beat FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYFor Music Biz Resources Visit www.FEMusician.com and www.ProfitableMusician.comVisit our Sponsor Release Checklist at ProfitableMusician.com/checklistVisit our Sponsor Joan & John Kane (Songwriter Genies) at songwritergenies.comVisit our Sponsor Track Stage at https://profitablemusician.com/trackstageVisit our Sponsor Uncle Spider at broadjam.com/unclespidermusicVisit www.wosradio.com for more details and to submit music to our review board for consideration.Visit our resources for Indie Artists: https://www.wosradio.com/resources
In this episode of ClickFunnels Radio, Chris and Laura interview Parker Olson, the co-founder of Forij. Parker shares his journey of starting Forij, a company that fortifies snacks with medicinal mushroom extracts. He also discusses his background in marketing and his experience with building low-cost marketing engines for businesses through his SaaS agency. Tune in to learn more about Parker's entrepreneurial ventures and his unique approach to marketing.
For All Saints Sunday, we're welcoming Lars Olson to break down the beginning of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount: the Beatitudes. As you'll hear Lars teach us, people who have diseases, demons, and are dying are gathering around Jesus, and, instead of healing them, Jesus begins to preach. So many people hear these verses and think, "the blessing will come once I get through this hard time," or even more dramatically, "I'll know I'm being a good Christian when people start to revile me." But Lars focuses directly on what Jesus is getting at: the blessing happens IN the hard times. Right now. Why? Because He's standing right before you. SING TO THE LORDListen to Luther House of Study's newest podcast: Sing to the Lord! Martin Luther said, "Next to the word of God, the art of music is the greatest treasure in the world." To understand the importance of hymnody in the Lutheran church, Lars Olson and Mason Van Essen sit down with Zachary Brockhoff each week to discuss the lectionary's hymns, their meaning and history, and how the music preaches the Gospel.
To get live links to the music we play and resources we offer, visit www.WOSPodcast.comThis show includes the following songs:Beeby Leigh - Your Dreams FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYKaylind Olson - Here I Am FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYSusan Marie Gallion - Dream Like a Baby Dreams FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYLaini Risto - Angel In The Dark FOLLOW HEREMichele McNany - Just Believe FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYChrissy Morgan - Simple Love Song FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYTafina Wilson (writer Janet Smith) - I Know I Will Bridget Wolf - Hope FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYCathy Hutch - Carry You Along FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYJenny Van Alstyne - Meant For More FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYDr. Nancy-Angel Doetzel - Let Your Light Shine FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYFor Music Biz Resources Visit www.FEMusician.com and www.ProfitableMusician.comVisit our Sponsor Bec Leigh at becleighmusic.comVisit our Sponsor Cathy Hutch at www.cathyhutch.comVisit our Sponsor Groovy Judy at groovyjudy.comVisit our Sponsor Laura Suarez at laurasuarez.comVisit our Sponsor Dr. Nancy-Angel Doetzel at drnancyangeldoetzel.comVisit www.wosradio.com for more details and to submit music to our review board for consideration.Visit our resources for Indie Artists: https://www.wosradio.com/resources