“You can't change your life overnight, but you can definitely change the direction of your life overnight.” Darin Kidd embodies a remarkable blend of accomplishments, excelling as a bestselling author, esteemed global keynote speaker, executive trainer, and astute business growth strategist. His expertise has garnered recognition in prestigious publications like Success from Home, while also granting him the privilege of sharing the stage with esteemed figures such as Grant Cardone, John Maxwell, Les Brown, Brian Tracy, and Mel Robbins. Throughout his entrepreneurial journey spanning over three decades, Darin has not only owned flourishing franchises but has also successfully developed multiple online businesses. His captivating presence has graced audiences worldwide, addressing gatherings as vast as 25,000 individuals. As a distinguished leader within the Network Marketing profession, Darin has cultivated massive teams across the globe, earning accolades for his exceptional recruitment, retention, and sales achievements. Beyond his professional endeavors, Darin embraces the roles of a devoted husband and a nurturing father to his five children. Drawing from personal experiences, he intimately understands the challenges faced by entrepreneurs striving to balance business and family commitments. Guided by the belief that every entrepreneur can achieve heightened success without compromising their well-being, happiness, and core values, Darin advocates for the power of mentorship. He is resolute in his mission to create a positive and profound impact on the lives of millions worldwide. Learn more about Darin here: http://iwilluntil.com/ Guest Bio: Darin Kidd is a best-selling author, global keynote speaker, executive trainer, and business growth strategist. He's been featured in top magazines and publications like Success from Home and has spoken alongside gurus like Grant Cardone, John Maxwell, Les Brown, Brian Tracy, and Mel Robbins. As an entrepreneur for over three decades, he has owned successful franchises and developed multiple online businesses. Darin has spoken all over the world to audiences as large as 25,000 people. He was a renowned leader in the Network Marketing profession with massive teams all over the world, earning awards for recruiting, retention, and sales. Darin is a husband, dad of five, and a multiple 7-figure entrepreneur. He knows the struggle most have in trying to run a business and have a family. With the right mentorship, Darin believes any entrepreneur can get more customers, earn more profits, and take their business to the next level without sacrificing their health, happiness, and core values. Darin Kidd is on a mission to make a positive impact on millions around the world. ___________________ Subscribe to this podcast and download your favorite episodes to listen to later: Apple Spotify RSS Feed ___________________ ⚕️ Are you a woman healthcare professional who is struggling to juggle everything in your personal and professional life?
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Lisa loves a good puzzle. After witnessing the confusion that ensued after new technology systems were integrated into offices in the 90s, she didn't panic, she saw an opportunity to establish effective processes that support employees and businesses grappling with evolving technology. Then a pattern emerged: internal teams kept failing to communicate with one another in the wake of change. To respond, Lisa founded Lcubed Consulting. As CEO of Lcubed, Lisa helps companies align people, processes, and technology to utilize agility as a strategic advantage and acknowledge change in a business constant. Her secret sauce to success is leveraging key elements of Project Management, Process Performance Management, Internal Controls and Organisational Change Management to build teams with the skills and capabilities to drive strategic results. Lisa is the #1 best-selling author of Future Proofing Cubed, a book she created to share her insights on productivity, profitability, and process refinement in business. Lisa's goal is to prepare her clients with the skills, capabilities, and self-reliance they need to thrive in the future without Lcubed's guidance. With this notion, she has broken the typical consulting model. Lisa holds her Bachelor of Science in Electronic Media Management from Northern Arizona University. She is a Project Management Professional and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Lisa enjoys spending free time with her family and basset hounds. Questions • We'd like to hear in your own words, did you arrive on this journey? How did you get to where you are today? Could you share that with our audience? • Now, could you tell us a little bit about your company, Lcubed Consulting and also your book, Future Proofing Cubed? • If you could share with our audience maybe you could skew it down to a particular type of industry, maybe 1 to 3 things that if you're really trying to run a successful business with the right people, what are 1 to 3 tips that you'd recommend in terms of the culture and the environment needs to be existing for you to attract and keep the person that you want? • Emerging out of the pandemic, what has been your experience with some of your clients in terms of customer experience, have you seen customers maybe be more demanding for service experiences or delivery? Are they putting on their foot to ensure they're getting a certain type of service? Or have you seen maybe a more relaxed type of customer, what has your experience been with your clients as well as you as a customer yourself? • So, I would also like for you to share with our listeners, Lisa, what's the one tool, website or app that you absolutely cannot live without in your business? • Could you also share with our listeners, maybe one or two books that you've read recently, or even a book that you read a very long time ago, that has had a big impact on you. • Could you also share with our listeners, Lisa, let's say, we have listeners who are business owners and managers who feel like they have great products and services, but they lack the constantly motivated human capital. So, the people are just not motivated. If you're sitting in a room with that person right now, what's the one piece of advice you would give them to have a successful business? • Could you also share with our listeners, what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? Either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. • Where can listeners find you online? • Before we wrap our episodes up, we always like to give our guests an opportunity to share with us a quote or saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you will tend to revert to this quote, it kind of helps to get you back on track if for any reason you got derailed. Do you have one of those? Highlights Lisa's Journey Me: Now, we always like to give our guests an opportunity to share in their own words, a little bit about how they got to where they are today. So, I know that your bio kind of gives a pretty good summary of how it is that you got to where you are today. We'd like to hear in your own words, did you arrive on this journey? How did you get to where you are today? Could you share that with our audience? Lisa stated that because the journey really is the story, it's what matters in our personal lives, our professional lives. She is an accidental entrepreneur, she left college with the desire to find safety and security in a corporate job, she was looking for a place where she would go to work, she would have paid vacation time, she would have bonuses, she would have things that seemed like they would give security. And those were important to her because her parents were entrepreneurs. And that journey isn't always a smooth one. And so, she wanted something that she perceived at the time to be easier and to be safer. Fifteen years into that journey, she realised it was the early 2000s. And actually, things were a little difficult. And it was in 2008 and 2009, she was working for a start-up, it was her dream job, it was everything she had hoped that it was going to be, she was building a project management team, they were growing and scaling and going to do amazing things until she looked around and realised that every executive leader had built a fiefdom of external consultants who are coaching and guiding and advising them on how to protect their fiefdom. And none of them were working with each other and it was not safe and it was not secure and the economy tanked. And she looked around and said, “Oh my gosh, I can do something better.” And in that moment, she became an entrepreneur, and started a business and it's 14 years later, it has not been seamless, it has not been without obstacles and challenges. But it's been fantastic because she's the one designing the journey and the bumps in the road are learning moments, and she wouldn't change anything. It's been great. About Lisa's Company Lcubed Consulting and Lisa's Book Future Proofing Cubed Lisa shared that Lcubed was born out of that frustration that she had watching consulting teams come into environments over her entire career and land and expand. And she would see that they were in these environments under the auspices of helping the client, but really what they were doing was growing their revenue stream. And she finds that somewhat abhorrent and counter to what consulting is supposed to be about. And she decided that she wanted to do things differently. She wanted to take all of the knowledge and the skills and the experience that she had built up in larger corporations, learning and understanding the impact of Project Management, Process Management, Organisational Change, and using all of those tools and capabilities to help her clients deliver better products and services for their clients, while building self-reliance so that she can take herself and her team eventually out of that equation. She didn't want them to become dependent on her. The book Future Proofing Cubed: The Definitive Guide to Improving Productivity, Refining Processes, and Bolstering Profitability takes their business model, what they call adaptive transformation, and sort of explains how they use all of those baked best practices in a much more effective and efficient way so that companies can build those skills and capabilities without large investments in internal teams, or large consulting groups. In Running a Successful Business - Tips to Attract and Keep the Person That You Want Me: Now, in an organisation, as a consultant, I'm sure you know, there's some key things that a lot of companies still struggle with, having the right kind of synergy among the team. A lot of organisations struggle sometimes with recruitment, getting the right person and actually keeping them. And so, if you could share with our audience maybe you could skew it down to a particular type of industry, maybe 1 to 3 things that if you're really trying to run a successful business with the right people, what are 1 to 3 tips that you'd recommend in terms of the culture and the environment needs to be existing for you to attract and keep the person that you want? Lisa stated absolutely, it may be an oversimplification. But she thinks that knowing what success in the environment looks like. With some of her smaller companies, they do work and they use Lencioni's idea of hungry, humble and smart, that if you have an employee who has the ability, they're hungry, they want new opportunities, they want to learn, they want to grow, they want to make an impact. If they're humble and able to say I don't know what I don't know. And they're smart, meaning that they can pick up and reader a room and understand what's going on with internal and even with your client engagements. If you have those three things, any technical capability can be taught. But if a person shows up hungry, humble and smart, you can build a team of people who can do anything. Experiences Customers Are Desirous of Now Me: Great. So, I love those three points that you just brought across. So, we've identified the three things we want to ensure that the team member has and as you mentioned, you can teach any technical skill, I guess it kind of goes back to you really want to ensure you have persons with the right attitude versus aptitude. Because you can't train on attitude, right? But even getting further and deeper into that, our programme is about navigating the customer experience and the experience that the customer has is not just on the outside, but also on the inside. And I'm a firm believer that if you really want to have a strong customer experience, it starts from within. If it's strong internally, then it's quite easy for your employees to perpetuate, and relive that externally with your actual clients that are paying, they're the reason why you're in business. And so, what has your experience been? We've just emerged out of the pandemic, some countries are still feeling somewhat of the effects of it. I mean, COVID is not completely gone. But what has been your experience with some of your clients and wherever you are in, in which part of the world in terms of customer experience, have you seen customers maybe be more demanding for service experiences or delivery? Are they putting down their foot to ensure they're getting a certain type of service? Or have you seen maybe a more relaxed type of customer, what has your experience been with your clients as well as you as a customer yourself? Lisa shared that there's so many things in that to play with. She wants to play with the language right, that the experience starts within. She absolutely agree with that, that internally, we have to understand the experience we want our customers to have. There's a disconnect, more often than not, when we think from the inside out and think that we know what our customers want and need. And she likes to sort of flip that upside down a little bit and teach her clients to think from the outside in. And what she means by that is actually asking their customers what they want, what they need, so that they're not making guesses. And they're not making assumptions, and they're not applying their own wants and needs onto potentially what their customers wants and needs are. Because oftentimes, when we do that, on the inside, we're really wrong and we don't truly understand. So, starting on the outside and understanding the customer, where are they at? What do they need? And with her clients in the pandemic, they had to do a lot of that because all of their wants and needs in March of 2020 changed dramatically. And so, polling and getting that data and asking the questions so that they can adapt their products and their services to those needs. And it's the need they have today, but the big impact is what does their needs going to be tomorrow, in 30 days, 60 days, 90 days. During the pandemic, she had the opportunity to watch one of her clients respond to the shutdown. So, the company is a food distribution organisation and they have a national presence in the United States. Their primary job is to take food from a warehouse and deliver it to restaurants, and service providers in hospitals, in airports, in large conference centres, getting food to places where it's going to be cooked and served and sold. Overnight, their business shut down for two weeks or so they thought. And they had the opportunity, they basically froze and did nothing initially, until they brought the leadership team together in this world called Zoom that they had never interacted in. There were people meeting each other, seeing each other in face to face interaction for the first time in 20 years, they've just never been in the same space together. They're panicked, they're at home, everything is a nightmare. And one person is raising their hand literally shaking their hand in front of the camera trying to get everybody's attention to say, “Hey, I have an idea. We have all this food in our warehouses. And it's not getting to people who need to eat, we have produce, we have things that are going to start spoiling and serve no use to anybody if they're rotting in the warehouse. How about we figure out how to take our food and deliver it to shelters, to food kitchens, to places where there are people who cannot get to food, we're going to spoil it off, we're going to write it off, it's going to waste one way or another, why don't we make it a donation.” And for the first 30 days of the pandemic, that national company donated food because their customers, people who need to eat needed food. It had nothing to do with their bottom line, it had absolutely nothing to do with anything except doing the right thing. In that first interaction where one individual had an idea, they all thought about it, they experimented about how to make it actually happen. They learned how to innovate on the fly. And that's important because they were speaking to the customers need and for them, it wasn't their customer, it was their customers' customer, a hungry person. And they were solving a problem that did absolutely nothing to drive their business forward except they did the right thing. What they learned from that was how to innovate and how to think outside of the box, think from the outside in. And as a leadership and management team today, they are still doing that on a quarterly basis and trying to evolve their business model in a way that it hasn't in 40 years. It is wow because they thought from the customer's perspective wants and needs, they solved the problem. We need to solve problems. Me: And as you mentioned that, Lisa, that we need to solve problems. That's the primary reason why everyone is in business. I remember when I started my company in 2009, it was because one of my greatest pet peeves was I thought service was just so poor. And I said, I'm going to stop complaining. And I'm going to start being a part of the solution, and try to help these organisations to improve on their service delivery. So, when I go and have interactions, I can walk away with a better feeling than the one that I'm currently having. So, I think every business is solving a problem, whether you're selling a pencil or a fan, or you're servicing somebody's motor vehicle, or you're providing some innovative solution or product that's going to revolutionize the industry for aviation, or whatever it is. I think all businesses are solving a problem for someone. And I think, if we come, as you mentioned, from the outside in, to kind of understand where the customer is coming from, and how can we ease their frustration? How can we make life easier for them, that we can definitely create a better experience, both internally and externally. App, Website or Tool that Lisa Absolutely Can't Live Without in Her Business When asked about online resources that cannot live without in her business, Lisa shared that there are so many, but she's going to go with the one that surprises her the most, because she would never have imagined this, she cannot live without Canva. She would never in a million years have ever thought that she would use a marketing tool, a graphic design, well, now it's kind of an everything tool, right? Presentations, video, audio, whatever, it does it all. She loves it, it makes everything so much faster, so much easier. She's doing work for herself that she probably should be outsourcing but it's kind of fun to do it and it looks really good. So yeah, she cannot live without Canva. Me: Agreed, Canva has definitely revolutionised the industry and it's made graphic designing not seem like, “Oh, my goodness, I can't do this.” Because simple things that you'd have outsourced as you mentioned, you can do on your own. And they look pretty good. So, you're saving a few bucks there for sure. Lisa stated that saving a few minutes of time even right? So, you outsource it and things turn into, hopefully days, not weeks. But it's easy enough that a person who has no skills in graphic design can turn something out in minutes, it's fabulous. Me: My daughter is in her final year in high school and she's a part of the school newspaper and she sees me use Canva and she asked me if she could, like play around with it a bit to put out some stuff that she wanted to do promoting for the newspaper and for the school. And I guess at that age at 17, you're creative and innovative. But she wasn't even using the platform for like an hour and I was just so surprised that the newsletter that she produced, the video that she was able to generate from all of the pictures that she had taken. I mean, just simply amazing, I'm not saying that she couldn't have used other applications but as you mentioned, Canva kind of found a way to bundle everything in one so you could just do all the things in that one platform. Lisa absolutely agreed. And they made it easy for an end user who has no skills in those areas. There are lots of applications out there and she'll use video editing as an example, but you have to be very, very, very skilled in the application to make it work properly. And Canva just sort of magically does it for us. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Lisa When asked about books that has had a big impact, Lisa shared that the number one book that always comes to her mind first and foremost is Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High by Kerry Patterson. As leaders and as people, we need to understand how to communicate effectively and that one, it's so foundational to everything that it affects your personal life, your business life, how we show up, how we support others. It's always kind of the first thing that pops to her mind. There's another book called Flip the Script: Getting People to Think Your Idwa Is Their Idea by Oren Klaff. And as her business was growing and evolving, and off the top of her head, she can't think of the author's name. But it's taking people who run and have their businesses, sales is part of what we have to do. But we may or may not have ever been trained to be salespeople. And we may or may not even like the connotation of being a salesperson, and Flip the Script really did a lot in her mindset to help her understand that selling is a by-product of building good and effective relationships. And that is far more comfortable to her than the idea of going after and creating a sales pipeline and all of the technical things about what selling is, and reminding her that after now 14 years, she obviously must be able to close a deal, or she wouldn't still be doing what she's doing. And she doesn't have to have the traditional sales process to make it work, because relationships are really where business comes from. Me: Agreed. I liked that statement you made, Sales is a by-product of building effective relationships, that's really, really true. And you said that you got that mindset, or it shaped your mindset towards that from the book called Flip the Script. Advice for Business Owners and Managers who Lack Constant Motivated Human Capital Me: Could you also share with our listeners, Lisa, let's say, we have listeners who are business owners and managers who feel like they have great products and services, but they lack the constantly motivated human capital. So, the people are just not motivated. If you're sitting in a room with that person right now, what's the one piece of advice you would give them to have a successful business? Lisa stated that there's a challenge in that question because if we have a room full of employees who aren't motivated, there is a very flippant part of her personality that wants to say, “Do you have the right people in the room to grow and scale your business?” And that's a very scary question because if the answer is, “No, I don't”….then what. So, and then, the then what mindset we need to understand what motivates our employees and if we have really good people that have been with us, and are no longer performing, do we understand what's changed in their world? Do they need a new opportunity, internally within the organisation in a different role? Have they lost the drive to contribute to this type of business? Do we need to help them find an opportunity outside of this business? Which is a scary thought, but sometimes the right one, and just because we're separating from a relationship doesn't mean that we're ending it poorly. And Lisa's experience, she's had several examples of times when she's taken employees, help them find their next opportunity. They were so much more successful, her existing team was more successful, and they've maintained a relationship over time. So, finding that alignment of what's in it for me, and why are they still there? And if they aren't being fulfilled, are there opportunities to train them, coach them? Give them the opportunity to make a change inside or is it that it's time for them to move on onward and outward? And there's nothing wrong with that, if that's the right choice. Me: Love it. I've asked this particular question, I don't ask it very often. But I've asked it a few times since I've started podcasting and I must say your answer, I really like it's different. Most people didn't take it from the angle that you took it from and I liked the fact that you focused on the fact that maybe we just don't have the right people. And if so, even though it's scary, what can we do to make that transition? Because that's the only way we're going to be able to have success, right? Lisa agreed, absolutely. And the reality is, it's a little bit of everything. You're going to have some people who probably need to move on, you're going to have some people who probably need upskilling….training new opportunities. There's lots of different things, it's never going to be just one thing. But taking on the scary one of “Oh my gosh, I don't have the right people in the right roles.” That's totally addressable. What Lisa is Really Excited About Now! When asked about something that she's working on that she's excited about, Lisa shared that the one thing that she's working on right now that's exciting for her is taking the stories that she has from her business and starting to share them as a keynote speaker, and having the opportunity to inspire through some of her great foibles and some of the successes. But the very real journey that she's had over the last 14 years to help other emerging leaders, potential entrepreneurs, or business owners, be able to attribute and say, “Oh, gosh, I've been there done that.” or “Oh, my God, thank you for sharing that story. I never want to have that experience.” And that opportunity and sharing to larger audiences is really a lot of fun. And it's eye opening for her to hear and get the response that something hit and it was meaningful. And hopefully, she's sharing some golden nuggets along the way that will help them learn lessons from her mistakes rather than having to make them for themselves. Where Can We Find Lisa Online LinkedIn – Lisa L. Levy Website – www.lisallevy.com Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Lisa Uses When asked about a quote or saying that she tends to revert to, Lisa shared that there's a quote, but it's a Hemingway quote that has been butchered by many. And so I'll continue to do it. But it takes from the idea that if we break something, if we break a bone in our body, when it heals that spot on that bone is stronger than the original bone around it. And so, when we're having difficult times, the purpose and the reason that it resonates for her is that we can learn from our hardest moments. She likes to think of everything as an experiment and it's not about success or failure, it's about what we learn from the outcome of the experiment. And so, all of those things are always kind of in her mind whirling around in a not coherent fashion, the way that she's talking right now is very much what's in her head. But it's about being willing to take the risk, do an experiment, if something breaks, it'll heal, and it'll be stronger. And we don't really necessarily fail, we learn things so that we can make different choices the next time. And those are the things that drive her forward every day. Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest Links · Future Proofing Cubed: The Definitive Guide to Improving Productivity, Refining Processess, and Bolstering Profitability by Lisa Levy · Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High by Kerry Patterson · Flip the Script: Getting People to Think Your Idea Is Their Idea by Oren Klaff The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Service Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.” The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. 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Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here News Topic: kitten corner: testable predictions The Joe Rogan Experience: #1979 Dr. Aseem Malhotra Show Notes: Questions: Soaking Liver in Milk? Laura says: Hi Robb & Nicki, First, I want to say thank you so much for your work. I was a mostly vegetarian for 20+ years before reading (and watching) Sacred Cow. After adding red meat and more protein into my diet, I feel renewed energy in my workouts and in daily life. I'm now an avid listener to your podcast and love the refreshing tell-the-truth approach that you both have on diet, health, and LIFE. Encouraging people to THINK rather than just follow the status quo. Now for my question...BEEF LIVER. The food we know we should eat, but most people don't find palatable and therefore, don't eat often. After lots of experimentation, I finally found a way to make it that I find palatable (and dare I say, even enjoyable?!)... I soak the liver in raw milk for at least an hour, then discard the soaking milk and pulverize the liver in a blender. I freeze it in small portions in silicone muffin cups. Then when I want to eat some, I thaw the 1-2 oz. portions, and fry it in coconut oil, chopping it up with a spoon so that it is the consistency of a very soft ground beef. Add a little salt and it tastes great! BUT I shared this method with a friend recently and she thought I was depleting the liver of its iron by soaking it in milk first. I consulted Google but got conflicting answers to this question. What say you, biochemist Robb? Am I making the liver "not as good for me" by soaking it in milk first? And a follow-up question: would raw milk or pasteurized milk make a difference in this scenario? Thanks, Laura P.S. I also just bought my first box of LMNT and I'm HOOKED. My husband calls it my afternoon "cocktail" every day. Raspberry Salt is my fave thus far...but I'm hoping Chocolate Mint comes back in the future! Steps per day vs zone 2 cardio: Sam says: Hey Robb and Nicki, Every day I clock in between 10k and 18k steps at work. (Dead serious, no exaggeration) Work is 5 days a week and 8-12 hr shifts. Usually it is in 100 meter bursts and a fairly quick pace. It definitely burns sufficient calories as in the past before i committed to the paleo diet, I would maintain my weight dispite having a bad diet and huge portions. Granted I was very overweight at the time and am still, however much less so since switching to paleo. I'm dropping weight like crazy. Anyway I have heard in the past that zone 2 cardio "gently" burns calories and helps maintain cardiovascular health. So my question is, does my activity level and amount of steps per day qualify as zone 2? Thanks for reading my question. Sam Unresponsive gastritis and IBS John says: Hi Robb and Nicki, I seem to have come to a dead end in solving my health issues and wanted to see if you might have any ideas. In March 2020 I was given an antibiotic (Pen V) at the same time as I may have had covid. Overnight my digestive system was wrecked, I had non-stop severe stomach burning and a churning intenstinal pain. Fast forward three years and the symptoms have not stopped, only calmed down slightly after the initial weeks when it started. After numerous investigations including scopes, blood/stool tests and scans, I have only been diagnosed with mild 'chemical type' gastritis (no h.pylori), slightly elevated calprotectin (around 100-150) but no visible intestinal inflammation, and a small hiatus hernia. Standard gastritis medications like PPIs, H2 blockers and sucralfate do absolutely nothing and I was quickly spat out the other side of the medical system after they didn't know what to do with me. At various points over the years since I developed tinnitus, minor muscle twitching, migraines and also a c.diff infection after starting a PPI, but that was successfully treated with vancomycin. To keep the word count down I'll just say that I found the functional medicine world and worked my way through a self compiled list of diets, supplements, probiotics, herbs and alternative treatments but have made zero progress. I have probably done most things on the usual list for gastritis and IBS. I have even tried a capsule FMT and a 7 day water fast, both of which just gave me a headache. I tried strict carnivore a couple of times, up to about 3 months each time, but unfortunately it wasn't quite the magic bullet that it seems to have been for others. It has made minor improvements but not enough to say it is resolving my issues. Today I am still eating mostly carnivore as I feel the least bad on it but I am left with all my symptoms. I am out of ideas, the frustrating part is that the pain seems to be completely static. I know how to make it worse but it never improves, almost as if the set point of my nerves has moved. Can you think of anything I could look for or try? Thanks a lot for reading and for the podcast, John Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes
If you're reading this— it's book launch day! I'm so thrilled to announce that my new novel, On His Way Back To Me —is officially available NOW on Amazon! What a wild journey and an unbelievable ride this has been to say the least, but we did it! I'm absolutely overwhelmed with gratitude from the constant support and love from you all. My heart is so full and I cannot thank you enough in advance. Truly cannot wait to hear from you all as you dive head first into a story that I poured my heart and soul into. In this episode, I share the behind the scenes look at writing and publishing my brand new book. Tune in! On His Way Back To Me https://a.co/d/8x0ngH3 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/allgoodjuju/message
Omar is the founder and principal at Boardwalk Wealth, a Dallas-based private equity firm connecting international investors with US-based multifamily real estate opportunities. Lead by Omar, Boardwalk Wealth has managed over $350+ million of multifamily real estate transactions. He has advised on ~$4.0 billion in capital financing and M&A transactions in commercial real estate and commodities. He is the exclusive advisor for high net-worth families and international entrepreneurs on their US-based real estate portfolio allocations. As a CFA charterholder, Omar has extensive experience in valuation across commodities and real estate in 3 countries. Get in touch with Omar: www.boardwalkwealth.com www.linkedin.com/in/omark1 If you want to know more about Dr. Jason Balara and the Know your Why Podcast: https://linktr.ee/jasonbalara Audio Track: Back To The Wood by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/
In Whangārei police have announced they have suspended the search for a Whangārei Boys High school student still unaccounted for after a school excursion to nearby Abbey Caves. Seventeen people were on the trip, including a teacher, a guide and 15 year eleven students on an outdoor education trip. Our reporter Tom Taylor is there. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6327070756112
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Richard Haykel is the Chairman of Haykel Hospital S.A.L. in Tripoli, Lebanon and Executive Director of CARA Ventures, LLC. Richie has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Tufts University, a Master's of Hospital and Health Care Administration and Management from the University of Paris Cite. He is also a Harvard Business School Executive Program graduate and OPM 49. Richie is a member of the Young President's Organization (YPO) and is home based in Tripoli, Lebanon. Show Notes: Lebanon has always been at the crossroads between East and West. "It plays a role much bigger than its geography." A $6 tax for What's App launched the Oct 2019 revolution. (11:30) The financial system collapse has led to 80% of the population in poverty, runs on banks, life savings wiped out for many. Prior to this, the poverty rate was around 20%. Overnight, a majority of the population was plunged into poverty. (20:00) "Morally, we needed to walk the talk with our kids." We came back to make a difference! "Everything rises and falls on leadership." - John Maxwell (22:45) What are the warning signs that this could be coming to your country? (30:00) Why are we starting to see a reverse migration from America? (31:00) Why are tenured professors at Columbia and Princeton afraid of losing their job? (37:00) There is no dollar alternative at the moment. (46:00) Bitcoin, crypto winter, FTX collapse and the future of cryptocurrencies...and real estate? (49:00) How did the pandemic impact the middle east and Lebanon? Lebanon has the ability to adapt. (54:00) How does Hezbollah impact everything in Lebanon today? (56:00) What is the impact of Saudi Arabia and MBS in the middle east? (1:04:00) The pivot to Asia has destroyed the trust of the United States in the middle east. (1:18:00) Why do you invest so much in advanced education and continued education later in your career? (1:24:00) Book Recommendations - Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, Deep Purpose by Ranjay Gulati, Glass Half Broken by Boris Groysberg Podcast "After Hours" (1:30:00) Leadership insights while leading during a crisis. (1:34:00) What would Richie say to the American people if he was asked to give a State of the Union address?
Russia has launched its biggest wave of drone attacks on Ukraine in months, with ten regions targeted overnight and at least three civilians killed. We hear from the capital Kyiv and an analysis of the weapons and Russia's latest strategy. Also on the programme; Saudi Arabia hosts talks for a ceasefire in Sudan but will there be peace anytime soon? We hear what the coronation of a new king means for one Caribbean nation. Plus scientists are developing a test to determine whether people are too tired to drive. (Photo: Night shelling on the outskirts of Odessa during the fourth air attack by Russians in a month, Credit: EPA/Operational Command South Handout)
Is the Lord with us in our most difficult moments? How can the Lord's purposes be moving forward when our life is spiraling down? This message will show us that the Lord is with us even when our life is unraveling.
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From a small town in Southeast Missouri, Jen Zoë had always been fascinated with horses. Her career with horses, however, did not begin until the age of 30 when she started taking horseback riding lessons. She quickly realized that the traditional way of training horses was archaic - using negative tools to control these majestic animals that have so much to offer humans. So after some in depth research, she found a form of natural horsemanship that put the relationship between horse and human first. It was based on the foundation of all relationships - communication, rapport, respect and trust. She dove right into the deep end to understand everything about horses. Overnight, outside of her horses, Jen's life fell like a house of cards. She discovered her ex-husband was going to prison for theft and fraud, leaving her broke and homeless with horses,Despite what common sense and the world told her to do, she decided to attend a personal development seminar. At this event, she had a one on one intervention with Tony Robbins that completely shattered her old belief systems and allowed her to step into the woman she is today. This is where she realized that what Tony does with people, she does with horses. She saw a deeper connection and knew that the two worlds had to be brought together. Over the past 19 years, Jen has tirelessly studied not just horses, but communication, human behavior, trust, relationships and personal development in order to create these life-changing experiences available at Zenerjen. The experiences Jen and her thousands of clients have experienced are not a fluke. Her brother, who was a former Naval officer and had passed away from a drug overdose, inspired her to deepen her work and serve those who had suffered from trauma, addiction and difficult relationships. Science has proven that horses not only directly reflect human emotions during an interaction, but can help to release mental and emotional traumas that hold us back from our true potential. They allow us to see ourselves in an egoless mirror for self-reflection and personal growth in all areas of our lives. Zenerjen horses, paired with the facilitation of our experts give participants unforgettable life changing experiences that foster confidence, leadership, healing and communication. Zenerjen believes that everyone deserves a positive, life-changing experience with a horse that maintains the dignity of the animal. She now leads virtual and onsite programs using The Zenerjen Method of Equine Assisted Empowerment to help transform lives through the spirit of the horse. She works with people from all walks of life and all parts of the world, creating breakthroughs with her seminars, training, and retreats. Intro and Outro music by: Decisions by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100756 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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In Nov. 22 1963, Ohioans went to bed mourning the assassination of President John F Kennedy, and woke to the news of a different kind of disaster. Overnight, a fire at the Golden Age Nursing Home in Huron County had claimed the lives of 63 residents. The fire would have been national news any other day, but although it was overshadowed by Kennedy's death, it made an impact on federal safety requirements. www.ohiomysteries.com email@example.com/ohiomysterieswww.twitter.com/mysteriesohiowww.facebook.com/ohiomysteriesAudionautix- The Great UnknownThe Great Phospher- Daniel Birch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 2012, Stacey Magovern got the idea for Point Blank Safety Services, a business that would facilitate off-duty work for police officers. And for two years, the business was in a holding pattern. Stacey formed an LLC and had business cards printed, but Point Blank was struggling to gain traction. Then, in 2014, Stacey got a package addressed to Point Blank Safety with a $1.5M contract for a highway construction project. Stacey went from working as an outside salesperson to running a multimillion-dollar company overnight, and Point Blank became one of the most successful traffic safety and security companies in Texas. She leveraged the success of Point Blank to launch the Blue Family Fund, a nonprofit that provides financial aid to families of injured or fallen first responders. Stacey is also a contributor to Wickedly Smart Women: Trusting Intuition, Taking Action, Transforming Worlds. On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Stacey joins Anjel to explain how she learned entrepreneurship by example and share some of the lessons she learned from the epic failure of her first business. Stacey describes how she developed the willingness to ask for help and encourages us to focus on revenue-generating activities in our business and outsource everything else. Listen in to understand how Stacey navigated the overwhelm of receiving an unexpected $1.5M contract and learn what to do if you've inadvertently created a job for yourself instead of a sustainable business. What You Will Learn How Stacey learned entrepreneurship by example from her family The lessons Stacey learned from the epic failure of her first business How Stacey developed the willingness to ask for help Why you can't afford NOT to outsource the things you're not good at How Point Blank Safety became a multimillion-dollar business overnight What inspired Stacey to start the Blue Family Fund nonprofit Why Stacey decided to self-fund the Blue Family Fund How Stacey navigated the overwhelm of a 300-page, $1.5M contract How to determine whether you've created a true business vs. a job Stacey's advice on how to turn your job into a sustainable business Connect with Stacey Magovern Blue Family Fund Resources Wickedly Smart Women: Trusting Intuition, Taking Action, Transforming Worlds by Anjel B. Hartwell Connect with Anjel B. Hartwell Wickedly Smart Women Wickedly Smart Women Facebook Community Wickedly Smart Women on TeePublic Wickedly Smart Women on Clubhouse The Wealthy Life Mentor The Wealthy Life Mentor on Facebook Anjel on Twitter Anjel on Instagram Email firstname.lastname@example.org Leave Us A Message On Our listener line: 540-402-0043 x4343
Do you struggle with creating breakthroughs in your life and business because of the challenges that you have recently faced? Do you feel like a little stuck in life? In today's episode, I share how to create a breakthrough fast, even tips and strategies on how to create a change over time! If you're tired of getting stuck in the same level all throughout, make sure you listen to this episode! Join my free upcoming Masterclass all about how to consistently get clients: https://bit.ly/3n1ipBb Want my help to grow your business? Book a free strategy session now: https://bit.ly/3NhpDeW Need to build your brand from scratch? Click here to apply to my new program: https://bit.ly/3Hg7t9I Mentioned in this episode: South Africa Retreat 2024: https://bit.ly/3V99Oc0 Related Episodes: 161 CEO Series - Making Decisions Like a BOSS: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/161-ceo-series-making-decisions-like-a-boss/id1264659520?i=1000609472977 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6Tfu7a7PxeBLhGZuMAiFaC?si=3d8f785057a44dc3 155 Introducing the CEO Series - The Truth About Growing a Business: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/155-introducing-the-ceo-series-the-truth-about/id1264659520?i=1000595233313 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1lvCCJ31DNVCkXCZXJ6KAe?si=83989a4d942a4c34 Want to know the system I used to rapidly grow my business and quit my job? Find out more here: https://bit.ly/3n1ipBb Follow me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/courtneylsanders/ Subscribe on my Youtube channel: http://youtube.com/courtneylsanders
The embattled First Republic Bank, one of the institutions caught in the wake of Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse, was acquired overnight by federal regulators and sold to JPMorgan Chase. It’s a massive, multi-billion dollar deal that makes America’s largest bank even larger. Erik Gordon, professor at the University of Michigan, explains what the collapse says about the financial industry. Plus, we look at how the construction industry is dealing with an ever-present shortage of workers.
The embattled First Republic Bank, one of the institutions caught in the wake of Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse, was acquired overnight by federal regulators and sold to JPMorgan Chase. It’s a massive, multi-billion dollar deal that makes America’s largest bank even larger. Erik Gordon, professor at the University of Michigan, explains what the collapse says about the financial industry. Plus, we look at how the construction industry is dealing with an ever-present shortage of workers.
Locked On Ravens - Daily Podcast On The Baltimore Ravens
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The Lord is in the business of changing hearts - even in the most messed up situations. This Sunday we will see dignity, hope, and transformation come out of one of the wildest accounts in Scripture.
Tao Geoghegan Hart is a professional cyclist with Ineos Granadiers who showed his potential from an early age when he was one of the best junior riders in the world. His development continued steadily in the pro ranks until he came of age in 2020, winning the Giro d'Italia, cycling's second biggest race after the Tour de France. Tao is a deep thinker and an advocate for justice. He's always spoken out in support of the growth of women's cycling and inclusivity in the sport as a whole. 02:45 – Oats challenge04:25 – Community Shoutouts13:00 – Episode starts14:20 – Tao on training camp17:18 – What is a training camp and what are the goals?20:20 – How much change in training is there on a training camp?23:17 – What does Tao attribute his recent success to?27:14 – What is the process of changing coaches and what is the implication of this?30:35 – Tao's first experiences with Team Sky33:15 – What are Tao's reflection on his time with Ineos37:24 – How was Tao talent identified?41:39 – How has Tao's early development impacted his current performances?46:06 – What was Tao's childhood like?48:46 – How did Tao end up an Arsenal fan?49:55 – What are Tao's observations of the development of Women's sport?56:53 – Should all world tour teams have a Women's team?60:45 – Tao's Tour d'Italia win69:45 – What has Tao seen change in nutrition during his time in cycling?75:10 – How often does Tao eat in race?80:30 – What is the first thing Tao will do if Arsenal win the Premier League?81:15 – Rush Round89:10 - Outro
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Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
It's In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: after a long wait, the FDA approves Medtronics 780G and lifts their warning letter, Omnipod GO for people with type 2 gets approved, a look at insulin in pill form, a new way to treat overnight low blood sugars and lots more! Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! Take Control with Afrezza Omnipod - Simplify Life Learn about Dexcom Check out VIVI Cap to protect your insulin from extreme temperatures Learn more about AG1 from Athletic Greens Drive research that matters through the T1D Exchange The best way to keep up with Stacey and the show is by signing up for our weekly newsletter: Sign up for our newsletter here Here's where to find us: Facebook (Group) Facebook (Page) Instagram Twitter Check out Stacey's books! Learn more about everything at our home page www.diabetes-connections.com Reach out with questions or comments: email@example.com Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now XX In the news is brought to you by the T1D Exchange, make your voice heard and drive research that matters XX Buckle up there is a LOT going on XX Medtronic's Minimed 780G AID system gets FDA approval. This is for people aged 7 years and older who have type 1 diabetes. Medtronic will begin taking preorders on May 15, 2023. Users of the current MiniMed 770G will be eligible for free remote software upgrades. The 780G is currently available in 105 countries. It has been available in Europe since 2020 and in the UK since 2021. The biggest difference from other systems is that it can automatically administer bolus correction insulin doses every 5 minutes. It will also automatically adjust basal insulin The insulin pump's infusion set can be worn for 7 days, rather than 3 days as with the older system, and the glucose target level can be set as low as 100 mg/dL. In the pivotal US trial, overall, patients who used the 780G spent 75% of the time in ideal glucose range (70-180 mg/dL) and 1.8% of the time below that range. Overnight, the figures were 82% and 1.5%, respectively. With the glucose target set at 100 mg/dL and active insulin time set to 2 hours, patients spent 78.8% of time in range without increased hyperglycemia. https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991091 XX U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lifted Medtronic's warning letter sent in December 2021. The resolution of the warning letter follows ongoing remediation actions from the company and proactive actions to continue to strengthen its quality systems. All regulatory restrictions associated with the warning letter have been resolved. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/medtronic-diabetes-resolves-warning-letter-203000188.html XX FDA also approved Omipod GO, for people with type 2 who take daily injections of long acting insulin. Insulet says “Omnipod GO was designed to serve the more than three million people using basal insulin or transitioning to insulin therapy to treat their type 2 diabetes” Omnipod GO is a standalone system that provides a fixed rate of continuous rapid-acting insulin for 72 hours. It's tubeless and waterproof just like a regular Omnipod but it's offered in seven different pre-programmed daily rates, ranging from 10 to 40 units per day, and operates without the need for a handheld device to control the Pod. It has been cleared for use with the following U-100 insulins: NovoLog®, Fiasp®, Humalog®, Admelog®, and Lyumjev®. The product was developed to serve people with type 2 diabetes earlier in their treatment journey by starting them on Pod therapy for their insulin delivery, rather than daily injections. If a patient becomes insulin-intensive, meaning they require both basal and bolus insulin, the transition to another Omnipod product would be seamless. Omnipod GO will have its US launch sometime next year. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230424006026/en/Insulet-Announces-FDA-Clearance-of-Omnipod-GO%E2%84%A2-a-First-of-its-Kind-Basal-Only-Insulin-Pod-Further-Simplifying-Life-for-People-with-Type-2-Diabetes XX Senseonics says the first pediatric study participant has received an Eversense 365-day CGM insertion. The E3 180 day implantable CGM got FDA approval in February last year. Dr. Francine Kaufman, Senseonics CMO, said expanding to a pediatric population represents a “priority” for the company. Positive results could further extend the company's reach across the global diabetes community, she added. The company also intends to utilize study data to submit for an integrated CGM (iCGM) designation in 2023. Senseonics holds an FDA investigational device exemption (IDE) to expand the trial to pediatric patients. These patients — between 14 and 18 years old — first enrolled in the second quarter of 2023. https://www.drugdeliverybusiness.com/senseonics-first-pediatric-cgm-insertions/ XX Baqsimi gets a new home. Amphastar Pharmaceuticals is buying the Glucagon nasal spray from Lilly in a deal worth up to $1.08 billion dollars. Launched in 2019, Baqsimi saw worldwide sales worth $139.3 million in 2022, the companies said. You may remember that Lilly had acquired Baqsimi from Locemia Solutions in 2015. The drug has an active compound glucagon, a form of a hormone produced in the pancreas that stimulates glucose production https://www.reuters.com/markets/deals/eli-lilly-sell-low-blood-sugar-drug-amphastar-2023-04-24/ XX The FDA recently cleared a new experimental drug for type 1 diabetes to begin a phase 2 clinical trial. If approved, the drug would be the first therapy to specifically address low blood sugar at night. We've talked about this.. Zucara Therapeutics is testing an oral medication currently known as ZT-01 will attempt to restore the body's natural ability to respond to low blood sugar levels. Researchers will evaluate the ability of the drug to blunt hypoglycemia caused by insulin in type 1 diabetes. This phase 2 clinical trial follows positive results from the company's earlier phase 1 study which included 18 participants with type 1 diabetes who received the treatment. Of these 18, 16 (89%) had a meaningful increase in glucagon production after being given ZT-01, with no serious health events during the trial. https://diatribe.org/drug-prevent-nighttime-lows-approved-enter-clinical-trials XX The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. XX Australian scientists have designed a new way to swallow insulin, in a pill form. The design also has potential uses for delivering other protein drugs, such as antibiotics and cancer treatments. Insulin is made of smaller versions of proteins called peptides. Previous attempts to develop an orally administered insulin have found that the severe pH levels in the gastrointestinal tract degrade the peptides, causing the drug to lose its function. To get around this problem, the scientists encapsulated the insulin in a lipid-based nanomaterial placed inside an enteric capsule. In animal studies, long acting insulin was absorbed better than fast acting. They say long way to go, but an interesting start. https://newatlas.com/medical/new-insulin-capsule-game-changing-diabetics/ XX A new proof of principle study demonstrates the accuracy of Know Labs' proprietary Bio-RFID™ sensor in quantifying different analytes in vitro, proving a 100% accuracy rate in these tests. The full study is currently undergoing the peer-review publishing process. “Proof-of-principle studies are critical in demonstrating Bio-RFID's accuracy for non-invasive methods of medical diagnostics. This was an essential step toward achieving our goal of delivering the first FDA-cleared, truly non-invasive glucose monitoring device to the market” Know Labs' technology platform, Bio-RFID, uses electromagnetic energy in the form of radio waves to non-invasively capture molecular signatures, which can be converted into physiologically meaningful information and insights. While the technology is proven to accurately measure several analytes inside and outside the body, the first application of this technology is aimed at non-invasive glucose monitoring. This study did not include people but researchers say it's an important step on the way. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230421005095/en/Know-Labs-Demonstrates-Accuracy-of-Non-Invasive-Bio-RFID-Technology-with-Proof-of-Principle-Study XX Moms Night Out – new cities include Providence, RI, Frisco, TX and Charlotte NC. more info here XX On the podcast next week.. Dexom's Jake Leach brings us up to date on some G7 updates as well as new Medicare coverage for people with type 2. Last week's episode was with the first US commercial pilot with type 1, Pietro Marsala. . That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.
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February 2023 marked the 20th anniversary of photographer Ryan McGinley's seminal exhibition “The Kids Are Alright” at the Whitney Museum of American Art, which ran from February through May 2003. It was the 26-year-old's solo exhibition debut, and the 20 photographs captured a particular place and time in New York City, in the shadow of September 11th, 2001 and the AIDS crisis; before the invention of Instagram and TikTok. It wasn't just the latest downtown-meets-uptown youthquake salvo that reverberated around in the art world, but a photo exhibition that made McGinley a bona fide, post-millennial star—and shifted the culture. At that time the Whitney was still in its Upper East Side location and “The Kids Are Alright” was the most talked about photo show at the museum since Nan Goldin's exhibition “I'll Be Your Mirror” in 1996. Overnight, Ryan became the superstar art photographer of his generation, documenting his decadent world. After him, this bohemian lineage basically slams shut with the onset of social media. This week, the Art Angle presents an oral history of the exhibition and its influence featuring Artnet News style editor William Van Meter in conversation with McGinley himself, as well as artists Marc Hundley and Jack Walls; photography critic Vince Aletti, and the show's original curator Sylvia Wolf.
Dr. Bergâ€™s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
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The sudden departures of Tucker Carlson from Fox News and Don Lemon from CNN have a lot in common: Both resulted from the anchors' constant stream of controversy and distraction for their networks, and both included the highest-profile personalities on their respective networks who believed themselves to be greater than their platforms.
Pints & Polishing...an Auto Detailing Podcast
Welcome to the Pints & Polishing podcast! In this episode, Marshall and Nick dive into a topic that's essential for anyone looking to grow their auto detailing business: shifting your mindset from being a business owner or employee to becoming an investor mindset person. Marshall and Nick explore how this change in perspective can help you make strategic decisions and drive growth in your business. They share their own experiences with making this shift and provide practical tips for listeners who are looking to do the same. As always, we enjoy a few pints and engage in lively conversation, making this episode both informative and entertaining. Whether you're a business owner, entrepreneur, or just looking to level up in your career, this episode of Pints & Polishing is a must-listen.
We begin our new sermon series with Joseph, a crazy coat, hateful brothers, and a God who sees what we cannot. We will look at our pride and up to the Lord who sees us differently than others.
A man was shot and killed by police in Fielding last night. The shooting came after an eight-hour standoff. Producer Zoe Cartwright spoke to Corin Dann about what is currently known.
A man was shot and killed by police in Feilding last night. The shooting came after an eight-hour standoff that began in the early afternoon. The standoff began after the man allegedly shot at his neighbours window. One neighbour said he believed the man had been behaving erratically since Friday. Manawatu Mayor Helen Worboys spoke to Corin Dann.
That's a LONG title huh? Yea but I refused to shorten it because I wanted to say ALL THAT. THIS episode is gonna help somebody. I encourage you to stay curious, stay courageous and stay a student of your life. Health and Wellness are not a one-stop-shop. ENJOY!
BOOKSTORM: Deep Dive Into Best-Selling Fiction
New York Times bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf joins BOOKSTORM Podcast to talk about The Overnight Guest, her newest thriller! Wylie Lark retreats to an isolated farmhouse --where a double murder was committed decades ago -- to write her new book. Yes, this is a scary one. We talk about thrills, chills, and bad actors... and how people turn evil. Is it nature or nurture? We cover trauma and the lasting impacts. How do people escape those feelings? When does retreat become problematic? We talk about what makes something feel like home: A history? People? A mindset? Why is a sense of home so important to our sense of security? What happens when it's violated? We had a fantastic discussion about making peace with your past. What happens, though, when it impacts your present? We talked about really knowing people, especially the ones you date! Join us for fascinating and thoughtful discussion!
After reviewing a mostly down market week of April 17-21, except for bank loans, DoubleLine Portfolio Managers Jeffrey Mayberry and Samuel Lau take a look at the Federal Reserve's Overnight Reverse Repo Facility* at the behest of a listener (11:37), specifically, how does operating the facility benefit the Fed. Sam lays out how the facility supports the Fed's monetary policy and how the facility works to maintain the range of the Fed's effective federal funds rate. Sam also looks at whether the Fed could discontinue the facility, which he says right now would run counter to the Fed's goals (23:33). In their rundown of the week (2:29), Jeff and Sam report on a flat S&P 500, and a down week for fixed income (3:36), commodities (5:08) and Bitcoin (7:09). Over in Macro Land (7:25), they look at jobless claims, LEI data that says we are not headed toward a recession but are in one (8:37), and manufacturing and services PMI prints that were both expansionary for the first time since June (9:23) (and the stock market didn't care). In their roundup of Fedspeak (10:13), officials all pointed to tightening. Next week's data (30:49) will include home prices, the first GDP estimate, jobless claims and the PCE deflator. *For more on how the facility operates, check out MMM Ep. 18, “The Purpose of the Fed's Overnight Reverse Repo Facility”
Can you change your filming style overnight? We all want to do something fresh and exciting, it's one of the things drives us to become better filmmakers. But can you just 'level up' overnight? What will your future clients think? Did they book you for your new or old 'style'? Plus we get technical and talk back up workflow and best practice for archiving old data. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org We're also on Instagram / @ourweekinvideo
The families of Uvalde shooting victims waited hours to testify at a House committee hearing in support of House Bill 2744, which would raise the minimum age to purchase semi-automatic guns from 18 to 21.
Professional Builders Secrets brings you an exclusive episode with Keiron Moore, owner of CKS Projects based in the South Coast of NSW, Australia. Throughout this episode, Keiron shares his experience transforming CKS Projects, and delves into the impact working with APB's coaches had on him, and his approach to branding, marketing, and sales in his business. INSIDE EPISODE 78 YOU WILL DISCOVER How Keiron took the leap to start his own building company When he realised he needed some structure and how he discovered APB The impact coaching had on him and his business Keirons new approach to branding, marketing, and sales and why clarity is essential when running a building company And much, much more. Listen to the full episode to learn how you can transform your building company with the help of APB's coaching and understand the importance of having a clear path laid out for your business to grow safely and securely. ABOUT KEIRON MOORE Keiron Moore is the owner & managing director of CKS Projects, specialising in luxury custom home builds in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven regions on the NSW South Coast. CKS Projects is a boutique small family operated design and construct company targeting new custom home builds for people in their local community and has been operating for over 7 years. Connect with Keiron: linkedin.com/in/keiron-moore-cks-projects-aust/ TIMELINE 1:24 About Keiron and CKS Projects 6:17 When Keiron realised he needed structure and how APB helped 16:10 Keiron's new approach to branding, marking and sales 17:46 Why it's hard for building company owners to change their ways 19:10 Why clarity is essential when running a building business 21:24 The main contributing factor to the growth of CKS Projects LINKS, RESOURCES & MORE APB Website: associationofprofessionalbuilders.com CKS Projects Website: cksprojects.com.au/ APB Rewards: associationofprofessionalbuilders.com/rewards/ APB on Instagram: instagram.com/apbbuilders/ APB on Facebook: facebook.com/associationofprofessionalbuilders APB on YouTube: youtube.com/c/associationofprofessionalbuilders Join the Professional Builders Secrets Facebook group for builders & connect with professional builders world-wide: facebook.com/groups/builderssecrets
From 1 property to 20 in just over a year! Jason and Marissa Hamera were overworked fitness professionals until they jumped into the STR game. Hear how they became hospitality experts overnight on this episode of the podcast. Book an intro call with Tyler at https://bit.ly/kylesavvyrealty. Agents, you can also text Tyler at 828-620-2541 Want access to the 6-Figure Formula just like Jason and Marissa for only $49 / month? Click here: https://bit.ly/6ffinfopage Check out our Youtube channel where I bring you free long-form content to teach you exactly how I built my business: Click Here. And don't forget to subscribe and hit that "bell" icon to get notified every time we drop a new video. Follow me on instagram: @fearlesskyle And join one of the largest Facebook support groups for AirBnB hosts in the world! AirBnB Masterminds. This is my group, and I drop tons of tips in here. Click here to join. Disclaimer: None of the contents of this channel "The Fearless Investor" are meant as direct advice. The purpose of this channel is to inform and educate. It is the viewer's responsibility to decide if the education is something they will put into action. Kyle Stanley and the Fearless Investor Youtube Channel do not take responsibility for the results experienced by the listener/viewer.
The Late Night Alternative with Iain Lee & Katherine Boyle
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Join Courtney Zentz, a Sleep Coach for Toddlers & the Founder of Tiny Transitions, as she dives into the world of sleep and behavior in your children. Toddler bedtime battles and overnight asks can be intrusive to their sleep and yours, and on today's show, Courtney teaches us a valuable princile to change that and where to begin BEFORE you call Tiny Transitions Sleep Consulting.
With round 1 of the NBA playoffs kicking off this weekend, Bobby tells us why KD and the Suns vs the Clippers is the better 4-5 seed matchup, saying anything with KD intrigues him. Plus, NFL correspondent & content creator Annie Agar joins Bobby to talk about her videos blowing up overnight, her early career highlights, and much more! Antonio Brown is in the news after a jeweler files a lawsuit on him and the NFL league pass prices with YouTube TV are here... and we're fans of it! Download the DraftKings Sportsbook App today: https://dkng.co/bobbysports If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. N/A in NH/OR/ON. New customers only. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 wager. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Ends 9/19/22. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Follow the Show: @25Whistles Follow the Crew: @MrBobbyBones @KickoffKevin @MikeDeestro @ReidYarberry See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The summer of 2020 was filled with uncertainty as more than 20 million people in the U.S. were left unemployed — including Kate Bustamante's parents. Bustamante is a 20-year-old student at Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, California. She's always worked part-time and attended school as long as she can remember. But this summer was different. Overnight, Bustamante dropped out of classes and became her family's breadwinner. In this personal piece Bustamante, through diary recordings and personal reflections, takes us into her world and what she went through over the summer. The episode originally aired in November 2020.
Michael Chernow is a creature of habit. Literally. His company Kreatures of Habit (KOH) is an in-your-face lifestyle and wellness brand that reimagines how you establish healthy habits and routines in your life. Michael is a serial entrepreneur, restauranteur, podcast host, and expert in the worlds of wellness, fitness, and nutrition. Michael recently founded and launched Kreatures of Habit (use code BGL20 to save 20%). After years in the restaurant business in NYC, he realized that his calling was to be of service in a more personal way, with the ability to impact more lives. Honoring his 17 years of sobriety by launching his newest venture, Michael's goal with KOH was to create easily-accessible nutritional products that are rooted in adopting the positive habits that transformed his life and allowed him to replace alcohol with the nutrition and fitness he needed. If you want to create amazing new habits and discover daily routines that will vastly enhance productivity, fitness, health, and beyond while maintaining a connection to faith and family, this episode is for you! Full Show Notes here: https://bengreenfieldlife.com/chernow Visit: https://bengreenfieldlife.com/kreaturesofhabit use code BGL20 for 20% off your first purchase. Episode sponsors: HVMN: Visit hvmn.me/BenG and use code BENG20 for 20% off any purchase of Ketone-IQ️. This is an exclusive offer for podcast listeners. You can now find HVMN in California Earthbar locations (located within Equinox). Organifi Green Juice: Start your day with essential superfoods that help detox the body, lower cravings, reduce stress, and reset your morning with a juice. Organifi Green Juice contains a clinical dose of Ashwagandha and supports healthy cortisol levels, aiding in weight management. Go to organifi.com/Ben for 20% off your order. Naboso: Naboso features sensory-based product lines, created for athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and biohackers as a way to optimize their foot health and foot recovery. Better movement begins now. Visit naboso.com/ben and use code BEN for 10% off" BON CHARGE: Holistic wellness brand with a wide range of products that naturally address the issues of our modern way of life. They can help you sleep better, perform better, recover faster, balance hormones, reduce inflammation, and so much more. Go to boncharge.com/GREENFIELD and use coupon code GREENFIELD to save 15%. HUM2N EVENT. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to learn from the best in the field and take your biohacking journey to the next level. Head to bengreenfieldlife.com/hum2nlondon to claim your spot at this wonderful event in London! Kion Aminos: Aminos are building blocks for muscle recovery, reduced cravings, better cognition, immunity, and more. Go to getkion.com/ben to receive 20% off on monthly deliveries and 10% on one-time purchases.
Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
Our guest this week is Jane Roper. Jane is the author of two previous books: a memoir, Double Time, and a novel, Eden Lake. Her short fiction, essays, and humor have appeared in publications including McSweeney's Internet Tendency, The Millions, The Rumpus, Salon, and Poets & Writers and on NPR. Her new novel, The Society of Shame, is now available. ABOUT THE SOCIETY OF SHAME “If you liked Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus, read The Society of Shame by Jane Roper.” —The Washington PostIn this timely and witty combination of So You've Been Publicly Shamed and Where'd You Go, Bernadette? a viral photo of a politician's wife's “feminine hygiene malfunction” catapults her to unwanted fame in a story that's both a satire of social media stardom and internet activism, and a tender mother-daughter tale.Kathleen Held's life is turned upside down when she arrives home to find her house on fire and her husband on the front lawn in his underwear. But the scandal that emerges is not that Bill, who's running for Senate, is having a painfully cliched affair with one of his young staffers: it's that the eyewitness photographing the scene accidentally captures a period stain on the back of Kathleen's pants.Overnight, Kathleen finds herself the unwitting figurehead for a social media-centered women's right movement, #YesWeBleed. Humiliated, Kathleen desperately seeks a way to hide from the spotlight. But when she stumbles upon the Society of Shame—led by the infamous author Danica Bellevue—Kathleen finds herself part of a group who are all working to change their lives after their own scandals. Using the teachings of the society, Kathleen channels her newfound fame as a means to reap the benefits of her humiliation and reclaim herself. But as she ascends to celebrity status, Kathleen's growing obsession with maintaining her popularity online threatens her most important relationship IRL: that with her budding activist daughter, Aggie.Hilarious and heartfelt, The Society of Shame is a pitch-perfect romp through politics and the perils of being “extremely online”—without losing your sanity or your true self. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alyssa-milano-sorry-not-sorry/message