JB, Bradley, and Part-Time Dave all sit-down and exchange stories of spookiness and weird bumps in the night as they get ready for Halloween Season!
With no qualifications to be doing so, Sidney and Ansley attempt to use goofing off and laughter to enlighten comedians by popping open their chakras. Support our Guest Allie Mae: https://www.instagram.com/defaultprogrammer/ Show love to the Poppers: https://www.patreon.com/ChakraPoppers Watch or Listen to Chakra Poppers: https://linktr.ee/ChakraPoppers Each Guest gets the same 7 questions, with each question being associated with popping open a different Chakra from the bottom up: Root Chakra- How did you learn to overcome fear? Pelvis Chakra- Who, what, or where deserves an apology from you? Gut Chakra- How do you overcome disappointment? Heart Chakra- What have you learned from grief? Throat Chakra- What is your favorite lie to tell? Third Eye Chakra- What are two things you used to see as separate but now realize they are the same? Crown Chakra- What is something you can't give up and why? Ansley and Sidney are a couple of 23 plus years with more than 75% of those years being good ones. Sidney is a stand up comedian, and constantly fantasizes about stopping a a real life crime then saying something funny about it when interviewed by the news. Ansley is a World Champion and multiple time Pans Champion Jiu Jitsu competitor that is constantly saying funny things and if she wasn't such a jock she'd be one of those white chicks with dirty feet and a crystal collection. Together, they are the Chakra Poppers. Patreon.com/ChakraPoppers To Listen or Watch: https://linktr.ee/ChakraPoppers Chakra Poppers social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chakrapoppers/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChakraPoppers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/955338234811683/ Ansley Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aceansley Sidney social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sidneygantt Twitter: https://twitter.com/sidneygantt?lang=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SidneyGantt
Toby Rao: The Part-Time Product Owner Anti-Pattern, And Its Consequences Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: The Part-Time PO Anti-Pattern In this segment, Toby discusses common anti-patterns associated with Product Owners (POs), particularly the issue of them treating their role as a part-time role. Many organizations assign PO responsibilities as a secondary task, causing problems like absenteeism during critical team interactions. This particular PO, who had a full-time job outside of their role, lacked both Agile and software development experience, along with emotional intelligence. The key takeaway was the importance of PO presence and engagement with the team, with a suggestion to have them spend a full day working alongside the team to improve collaboration. The Bad Product Owner: User-Centric Leadership, a Critical Skill For POs In this segment, Toby discusses the qualities of a great Product Owner (PO). The exceptional PO he describes, was known for their easy collaboration with the team and their constant availability. The PO emphasized understanding before imposing their views and consistently approached discussions from the perspective of the key Personas for the product. The PO also encouraged the team to consider the system from the customer/user standpoint, this PO deeply comprehended the team's workflow, which made collaboration easy. Additionally, they recognized the efficiency of pre-refinement in the team's processes, and made the necessary adaptation to their own workflow. [IMAGE HERE] Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Toby Rao Toby is an ICF-credentialed Coach and accredited IC Agile trainer, and practices as a certified Executive coach. With a dynamic Agile journey beginning in 2007, he's an active contributor to the global Agile community. He is based in Washington DC Metro, and speaks at Agile events worldwide and co-founded the A20 Agile conference. Toby also co-founded two thriving Agile meetups in the Washington DC area, with a combined 1300 members. You can link with Toby Rao on LinkedIn and connect with Toby Rao on Twitter.
Talking to Spencer, who pioneers the Clear Vision Collective (https://www.clearvisioncollective.com) and fronts the psych project SpaceyY from Los Angeles. We get into the LA scene, Soundcloud networking, creative fulfillment, Swedish progressiveness, international trespassing for a music video, and the direction that CVC is taking to become a real platform for artists. I urge y'all to check out the CVC Linktree here: (https://linktr.ee/spaceyyvibess) to follow what's going on and to get YOUR creations involved with the CVC.Playlist:1. Nothing to be Here - SpaceyY2. Spacious - SpaceyY3. Floatfall - SpaceyY ft. Murtzel$30 Mailchimp Credit: http://eepurl.com/itFn-A7% off Distrokid: https://distrokid.com/vip/seven/772674 Free Audible trial: https://amzn.to/3MXt2OrFree Prime Trial: https://amzn.to/3CnSwiM DONATE:https://account.venmo.com/u/knuckleheadpunxhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/knuckleheadpunx
ARKS is a science fiction series which Kristian considers to be the craziest, most original, and most compelling comic book story he’s read in a long, long time. Built around the complex idea of abiogenesis, ARKS details the “journey” of two interstellar space travelers from Earth who have been commissioned with traversing the stars and […]
Hosts: Leah Murray and Derek Brown Last week, State Senator Jake Anderegg resigned from the Utah State Legislature, stepping down citing a “significant change” in his employment situation. He is the second state legislator to step down in the past year. We invite Utah Republican Chair Robert Axson to discuss what the process looks in Utah to replace a legislator. We also discuss the pros and cons of a citizen legislature vs a full-time legislature.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back to another episode of the Pursuit Podcast! This week, we welcome Corey Arnold, a local outdoorsman and Equipment Operator for DirtWurx - the exclusive racetrack design and construction firm for Feld Motorsports.Similar to some of our other episodes with people not in the outdoor industry, our conversation is split into two parts. First, we introduce Corey and discuss how he got into the motorsports industry and running equipment right out of high school. Then we get into his time at DirtWurx, what it's like working and talking with Supercross legends, and what he's experienced personally and professionally after building tracks for them for the last 20+ years.Then, the conversation switches gears, and we get into what got him started in the outdoors. He tells us about some of his most memorable whitetail hunts and dives into what it's like going after monster flathead catfish!Watch this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/yYoGpjwEWvkFOLLOW COREY & DIRTWURX:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/corey100/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dirt_wurx/Website: http://www.dirtwurx.com/FOLLOW US HERE:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vanceoutdoorsincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/vanceoutdoorsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vanceoutdoorsincTwitter: https://twitter.com/vanceoutdoorsWebsite: https://www.vanceoutdoors.com/pursuitpodcast/Email: email@example.comJordan Unternaher | www.instagram.com/unternaher/Benjamin Johnson | www.instagram.com/ben_j/
In this episode, we dive into the burning question: Is there room for part-time agents to shine? Whether you're new, transitioning from full-time, or just curious, I've got strategies and tips that'll make you a part-time powerhouse. Plus, we'll break down the good, the bad, and the valuable. Got an opinion? I'm all ears!
"I'm recapping this week and I have to say, it's not all that bad! says Christi. "Yeah, cause you ain't in it!" Kelly points out. It's Christi's dream come true as she can shit-talk all she wants and shares none of the embarrassment as Dance Moms Season 3 Episode 7 begins.Abby is thrilled by Cathy's defeat in the previous competition, but takes the opportunity to chastise the girls for only winning by a tenth of a point. Pointing to Christi and Chloe's absence, Abby threatens to suspend any dancer who isn't performing up to her standards. This frustrates the moms as Abby doesn't have that authority, but it matters little to the girls who continue to feel the pressure Abby forces upon them. With the next competition quickly approaching the group begins to rehearse Avalanche, Kendall and Maddie receive solos, and Nia and Paige prep a duet.Maddie's had weeks to prepare her solo, finishing her prep well ahead of Kendall who is left appearing under-prepared by comparison. After Kendall ends up in tears over the situation, Abby strips her of the solo and offers a solo spot to the newly returned Sophia.However, what behind the scene trickery resulted in Jackie and Sophia's sudden midnight departure? Tune-in to find out!Quotes“How many pairs of underwear have you found under a seat in your car? Gross, that's so disgusting. I know but our kids would change, they had too!” (11:05-11:14 | Kelly and Christi)“Maybe you have a spot on the pyramid Brooke! Here's to hoping, got to have some kind of hope! Maybe I should take out everyone in the group. Then we might be on the top!” (14:00-14:14 | Kelly and Christi)“I was out the other day and somebody asked someone if they had seen the show. He was a guy and was like no, but I'll have to look it up and watch it. No please don't! Please don't! It's like humiliating. I tell people all the time I like them better if they don't watch it.” (1:02:17-1:02:38 | Kelly and Christi) “I really like it, it's got a lot of personality. Just so we all know, personality is code word for not a lot of choreography.” (1:07:58-1:08:06 | Christi) LinksSubscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC50aSBAYXH_9yU2YkKyXZ0w Subscribe to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/backtothebarreThank you to Ashley Jana for allowing us to use Electricity!! Follow her on IG HERE: https://instagram.com/ashleyjanamusic?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Download Electricity HERE: https://music.apple.com/us/album/electricity/1497482509?i=1497482510Follow Christi on IG: www.instagram.com/christilukasiakFollow Kelly on IG: www.instagram.com/kellylhyland Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Corinne Sundar Rao, an internal medicine physician, and Aaron Morgenstein, an orthopedic surgeon, to explore the evolving landscape of medical practice. We discuss the challenges health care facilities face in recruiting and retaining physicians, the shifting preferences of newer generations for part-time and alternative careers, and the innovative strategies that medical facilities can adopt to address these trends. Corinne Sundar Rao is a board-certified internal medicine physician and founder, Legacy Physicians, which helps hospitals find well-qualified physicians at a much lower overhead than they would pay staffing agencies. She can be reached on LinkedIn and Facebook. Aaron Morgenstein is an orthopedic surgeon. She discusses the KevinMD article, "It's time for the C-suite to contract directly with physicians for part-time work." The Podcast by KevinMD is brought to you by the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience. With a growing physician shortage, increasing burnout, and declining patient satisfaction, a dramatic change is needed to make health care more efficient and effective and bring back the joy of practicing medicine. AI-driven ambient clinical intelligence promises to help by revolutionizing patient and provider experiences with clinical documentation that writes itself. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, is a voice-enabled, ambient clinical intelligence solution that automatically captures patient encounters securely and accurately at the point of care. Physicians who use DAX have reported a 50 percent decrease in documentation time and a 70 percent reduction in feelings of burnout, and 83 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational. Rediscover the joy of medicine with clinical documentation that writes itself, all within the EHR. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/dTWR0z Powered by CMEfy.
Brett Weldele is an artist who’s been in the comic book industry for a long time. He’s worked on several properties during his time illustrating comics but is probably best known for contributing his artistic skill to the graphic novel The Surrogates…which was turned into a motion picture starring Bruce Willis. For the past three […]
In this week's “Throwback Thursday / Where are they now?” segment, we hear from a business coach in Minneapolis who helps female entrepreneurs optimize their websites. This business operates seasonally and earns up to $6,000/month when it's in motion. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
In this week's MBA Admissions podcast we began by discussing the upcoming Round 1 deadlines for this new season; for this week Harvard, UPenn / Wharton and London Business Schools have their Round 1 deadlines, Duke / Fuqua and UVA / Darden have their Early Action deadlines. Graham then highlighted our next Essay Insights series, which run on September 13, 20, and 27; signups for this popular series are here: https://bit.ly/cafallessays Graham then mentioned two Adcom Q&A articles, where we interview admissions directors at Georgia / Terry and Boston / Carroll. As usual, for the candidate profile review portion of the show, Alex selected three ApplyWire entries: This week's first MBA admissions candidate participated in Teach for America, and then subsequently won a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English abroad. They also have extensive roles on boards. Unfortunately we worry about their academic profile, for which they have already taken MBA Math. But improving their GRE score, and applying in Round 2, will be very advantageous. This week's second MBA candidate is from Chile and has an engineering undergraduate degree. They are an older candidate (the engineering degree took 6 years) and have recently been laid off from work, during the tech lay-offs. While they are currently able to focus full-time on preparing their MBA applications (and preparing to take the GMAT), we think they might also benefit by doing some additional volunteer work in an area about which they are truly passionate. The final MBA candidate is debating whether to apply full-time or part-time. Their valid concern is that at their stage of career, they are making a very good salary, and are also married with family. But we think the risk / reward scenario favors doing a full-time MBA, and targeting M7 programs. Their overall profile looks really strong, both from an academic standpoint, and from a professional standpoint. This episode was recorded in Philadelphia, PA and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by the fabulous Dennis Crowley in Philadelphia, USA. Thanks to all of you who've been joining us and please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen!
As a business owner, are you trying to oversee your company's marketing efforts along with all the other priorities and responsibilities that you have? Do you feel like you are spinning all kinds of plates, right? If marketing is starting to feel like a chore, it might be time to look at hiring a marketing leader. But that doesn't mean you need to hire someone full time. So in this episode, I'm going to break down some of the signs indicating it might be time to hire a marketing leader and some of the tips that you might want to use to take advantage of this.
In this week's “Throwback Thursday / Where are they now?” segment, we hear from an Australian who turned to LinkedIn and started pitching companies on a specific service: auditing their sales and marketing processes. This is going really well, earning over $5,000/month part-time. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: email@example.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
Trading can be a daunting task, especially for part-time swing traders juggling other responsibilities. In this episode, I break down conditional orders, specifically OCO (Order Cancels Order) and OSO (Order Sends Order) orders, to help part-time swing traders maximize efficiency and effectiveness, even though they can't always be in front of their computer. I will walk you through the intricacies of these orders, when to use them, and how they can be your secret weapon in managing trades while you're away from the screen. Be sure to check out my Swing-Trading offering through Patreon that goes hand-in-hand with my podcast, offering all of the research, charts and technical analysis on the stock market and individual stocks, not to mention my personal watch-lists and regular updates on the most popular stocks, including FAANG stocks, Microsoft and Tesla. This is provided each and every week! Check it out now at: www.swingtradingthestockmarket.com
Barney Smith is a cartoonist and writer who decided to bring a little humor into the world when it became a much darker place in 2020. While most people were arguing over politics and whether or not to wear facemasks, Barney decided he would post one joke a day on his social media feed. Over […]
Listen now to hear how Monica Keena, Business Miracles Member, Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur and Leader and Owner and Founder of Get It Done Fitness, exquisitely balances her part-time business with a very demanding full-time career as a Paralegal Gaming Administrator for one of the top 100 law firms in the United States, and how she realized that what she once believed was a curse or weakness was actually her greatest asset. I know you'll be inspired by the Business Miracles Monica has created for herself (and others) as she learned to embrace her highly sensitive strengths and really begin to do things differently. "You know when you're younger and you're immature and you don't understand all the feelings that you have and then you go into the business world or you grow up, you don't realize that some of these things that you were maybe once ashamed for really are your greatest strength." - Monica Keena. Learn more about this episode of Business Miracles at https://www.businessmiracles.com/167
This is a Holy Spirit inspired sermon titled: Part Time Mentality With Erin Nicole. It includes real life experiences around many recessions and terrible economies. It includes real life practical tips on what's most important to focus on and strategies towards the end to stay connected or get connected with your community members. Listen and share with your neighbors and any loved ones. PS: Don't forget to tell someone you love them today
Today I'm answering a listener question that I think we all have... how in the world are we supposed to work from home when we have kids?! A lot of moms have part-time jobs working at home. Which is great but it comes with a lot of challenges when you have little ones interrupting you constantly. So I go over a sample schedule for the day to achieve that illusive work-life balance and allow you to get some work done. Some key takeaways to begin defining your daily routine- 1. How many hours do you absolutely have to work each day? 2. Create a list of independent activities for your kids so you're always ready with an idea and supplies 3. Choose the times of day that work best for you and your kids to get work done 4. Make your list of tasks for the next day each night to ensure a productive day After today's episode you will have a game plan for getting your work done while also feeling like you're giving your kids plenty of attention. Got questions you want answered on the podcast? DM me on Instagram, email me or leave me a voice memo on the website! Instagram > https://www.instagram.com/mommadeplans/ Email > firstname.lastname@example.org Website > www.mommadeplans.com With bold love, peace and intention, Julie **Take the Meal Planner Personality Quiz!** www.mommadeplans.com/dinnerquiz ***What did she say?! Here's the links to what I mentioned today: Check Pinterest boards for independent play activity ideas https://www.pinterest.com/PaperMadePlans/ / / / / / / / / / Connect with Me Website > www.mommadeplans.com Productivity Printables > https://tinyurl.com/papermadeplans Instagram > https://www.instagram.com/mommadeplans/ Email > email@example.com Email List Signup > https://tinyurl.com/mommadeplansemail
Talking to Trevor from the band Tidus, a swamp punk/hardcore band outta Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We get into the HEAT right now, highlights from their recent tour, the processes behind their latest EP, the cassette tape craze, and the revival of the early '00s music. Follow & check out all of the Tidus stuff here: (https://linktr.ee/tidus_fvck) and check out their latest EP on Bandcamp here: (https://tidus1.bandcamp.com/album/chipped-teeth).Playlist:1. Do A Kickflip - Tidus2. Whoa! There It Is - Tidus3. Big Bummer - Tidus
Today on the Wholesale Hotline Podcast (Wholesaling Inc Edition), Brent is joined by Samuel Carmichael to discuss his journey to discovering real estate, his why and where he's at today. Show notes -- in this episode we'll cover: Samuel's background and how he discovered wholesaling real estate. How he wholesales while working a 9-5 job. Samuel breaks down a massive deal. Please give us a rating and let us know how we are doing! ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ☎️ Welcome to Wholesale Hotline & TTP Breakout
Kentucky farmer Jann Knappage talks with Hobby Farms Presents: Growing Good podcast host Lisa Munniksma about part-time farming, farmers markets, working behind the scenes in Extension, and food preservation. Get to know Cooperative Extension's Nutrition Education Program and the behind-the-scenes work that goes into bringing Extension programming to us as farmers and citizens. Jann explains the University of Kentucky's Recovery Garden Toolkit, bringing gardening programs into substance-use recovery centers; Growing Your Own publications for homesteaders and home gardeners; the Farmers Market Toolkit for farmers markets wanting to reach customers purchasing food with SNAP; and the Cook Wild Kentucky program, promoting the heritage of hunting, fishing and foraging in the state. (You need to hear why Jann had a meeting in a Lowes parking lot in Eastern Kentucky!) Learn about how the Red River Gorge Farmers Market was born from Jann and her partner's own dreams of building community and bolstering local farmers' income. Now in their third season, the market runs two days a week with as many as 40 vendors and features various community programs. Jann gets honest about what it's like to start and run a farmers market as a volunteer—the good and the less good. Jann also talks about her and her partner's Fox and Hen Farm and the journey they took through a series of rental properties—including one that involved growing in 5-gallon buckets and another that flooded—for 3 1/2 years until they found a place to call their own. And she shares her hack for getting through food preservation while managing a full-time job, young baby, farmers market and regular life. Listen to the end for Jann to convince you that you need to be eating beet greens—and to get a creative recipe for using them. Fox and Hen Farm website Fox and Hen Farm on Instagram Fox and Hen Farm on Facebook Red River Gorge Farmers Market website Red River Gorge Farmers Market on Instagram Red River Gorge Farmers Market on Facebook University of Kentucky Nutrition Education Program on Facebook
Breaking the stigma that we as part time hairstylists or beauty business owners can't be successful and are less than just because we choose to be part time in the industry ✨In this episode share how my health and needs to have a harmonious life made me go into becoming part time hairstylist since 2018 and the growth and challenges in removing imposter syndrome or not feeling enough or less than others who work full time in our industry. Why is so important to put our health and needs first and my journey up to today doing this part time --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beautybusinessmind/message
You can manage a full-time career and own a gym—it just takes some finesse.In this episode, Chris Cooper explains how you should set up your side-hustle gym to ensure profitability. Then you have the option to leave your day job or keep the gym as an income generator on the side.Whatever you do, don't just leap and try to build wings on the way down. The chasm between a solid day job and entrepreneurship is filled with wreckage. But Coop's got a host of ways to reduce your risk and ensure success.If you have ever thought of opening a gym on the side, listen to this show first!And if you eventually want to own a gym without running it personally, Coop will tell you how to offload tasks so you can do that, too.LinksGym Business PlanPersonal Trainer Business Plan Book a CallGym Owners United0:45 - Charge premium rates2:23 - Go small4:38 - Coaching elsewhere5:22 - Full-time transition7:21 - Bridging the gap10:37 - Making the leap13:32 - Remote ownership19:11 - Mentoring your manager
The Executive MBA and Part-Time MBA applications are now live! During this episode, Brett Twitty and Ali Torres highlight the new applications and share tips and insights for applicants targeting our classes enrolling August 2024.
In this episode, Shashank interviews Praveen Ghanta, CEO & Co-Founder of Fraction. As a serial entrepreneur, Praveen delves into his experience and learnings from founding and exiting multiple companies. He talks about the benefits of hiring elite developers part-time and how Fraction enables that. We discuss the pros and cons of such an approach and where it might fit in the future of work. He also gives his best book recommendations.
Richard Fairgray is a New Zealand comic creator who may be best known for his all ages comic book Blastosaurus. In the past several years, Richard has turned away from telling stories for kids to tackling comics with a more mature aesthetic. His latest book Four-Color Heroes, now out by Fanbase Press, explores how a […]
Listen in to hear how Laura Smith, Business Miracles Member, Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur and Leader and Owner of Children's Mindset LLC, shifted out of her insecurity, fear and her HSE Coping Mechanism of Hiding by not only embracing but unleashing her Highly Sensitive Strengths of Creativity and Intuition to create a part time business that allows her to enjoy spending more time with her recently retired husband while still following her heart guidance and passion for helping children - from a place of excitement and fun rather than pressure and stress. "When you have all of this underlying shame or guilt or whatever it is that you have to work through it, it touches every area of your life." - Laura Smith. Learn more about this episode of Business Miracles at https://www.businessmiracles.com/166
In this episode of The Sage & The Song we explore a common conundrum for many multipassionate creators— how to fit a wholehearted passion for our work into a limited schedule. Today's episode explores another facet of the 'time scarcity' problem which afflicts many creatives and entrepreneurs today, and offers 5 tips for how to feel more at peace when your time always feels divided and stretched too thin. The Song: "May Peace Be With You" - written by Marilyn Power Scott, recorded with permission by Britta GreenViolet. Sound production + music for this and all episodes by Benjamin Gould of Bell & Branch, designing custom soundscapes for use in professional settings. Explore Ben's work or inquire about his services at bellandbranch.com Join Britta's email list to learn more, receive weekly wisdom transmissions and learn how to build a prosperous body of work that feels like an authentic expression of your soul. References: Episode 10 - Word Purge: I can't afford Luminous Life Design - Britta's 5-day planning challenge
How companies need to recognise the importance of flexible working On the show today we have an incredible inspiring woman and that is Isobel Gunn Brown. Isobel is ACCA qualified and has over 30 years' experience in financial services. She is a Partner at Triple Point Investment Management and heads up the Fund Finance team acting as CFO for their Listed Funds with £2bn Assets Under Management. Listen in to hear more about her career journey that started off in a male dominated industry in the days when it was not only common practice but more acceptable for sexism and gender bias to happen in the workplace. She shares with us her own experiences of imposter syndrome and we chat about the can we have it all - raising a family whilst building a career and how she believes a little bit of imposter syndrome can go a long way - she is basically living proof that this is true! Keep listening and then let us know about your own experiences and how you can relate. How to celebrate Inclusion Week with interactive workshops / sessions If you are a leader in your organisation or maybe part of an internal network or Employee Resource Group (ERG) we are taking bookings for Inclusion week at the end of September. We are particularly focusing on the importance of networking and making sure ALL employees have access to building those all important stakeholder relationships for career progression! So get in touch sooner rather than later if you fancy chatting about what would benefit your organisation and its people the best! Let's get more diversity around those decision making tables and more importantly let's create inclusive workplaces that recognise everyone for who they are and the value they bring. #Resources for YOU and your team! Click HERE to get the monthly 'Visibility Matters' Newsletter > that shares the latest around the gender pay gap, visibility, allyship, self promotion and good practice that is happening all over the place that support more women to step up and companies to recognise the value they bring. 5 Steps to being more visible at work - Your HOW to guide! Take the Test > How good is your visibility and personal branding quiz? Book a chat with Gemma - This is the place to book a call to see how Gemma can help you or your company support female leaders to raise their profile, increase performance and visibility. Get the White Paper > ‘Visibility at Work: The Importance of Self Promotion for Women's Career Progression I want to hear from YOU so get in touch with me: Connect with your host Gemma Stow: Website: https://www.gemmastow.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gemmastow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gemmastow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nomorehidingco
Talking with Lily Enos about her emerging solo music, being in mental health care, collaborating with folks all OVER THE WORLD, her latest single, making music with here Dad, and LANDING A RECORD DEAL!!!! Follow Lily through her Linktree here: (https://linktr.ee/lilyenosofficial), check out her tunes on Bandcamp here: (https://lilyenos.bandcamp.com), and also check out her Dad's very cool artwork here: (https://www.instagram.com/mementomorisculptures).Playlist:1. Redo - Lily Enos2. The Last Time - Lily Enos3. Record Timing - Lily Enos$30 Mailchimp Credit: http://eepurl.com/itFn-A7% off Distrokid: https://distrokid.com/vip/seven/772674 Free Audible trial: https://amzn.to/3MXt2OrFree Prime Trial: https://amzn.to/3CnSwiM DONATE:https://account.venmo.com/u/knuckleheadpunxhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/knuckleheadpunx
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Gabe Cheng is a comics creator who is a fan of sci-fi comedy. With his past two original projects, Crashlands and The Problem With Parallels, he’s created fun stories that are evocative of one of his favorite television shows, Futurama. With his current Kickstarter project, Requiem in Relke, Gabe takes his storytelling into a decidedly […]
Ever thought about how to juggle multiple roles while running a successful small business? It may seem like a daunting task, but with the right mindset and strategies, it's entirely possible. Join Danielle as she chats with Jessica Summers, the creative force behind Shut the Front Door Doormats, a business that brings joy to homes with its unique and personalized doormats.Jessica, a third-grade teacher, a Zumba instructor, and a mother of two, shares her journey of how a simple hobby of creating doormats turned into a thriving business. In this episode, she talks about the challenges of balancing her roles, how she manages to keep her business thriving amidst her busy schedule, the process of creating new designs, and more.So whether you're a small business owner, an aspiring entrepreneur, or someone who wears multiple hats like Jessica, this episode is packed with insights and experiences that you can learn from. You can expect to feel inspired and motivated to pursue your own passions, no matter how busy your life may be!In this episode, we cover:How Jessica started Shut the Front Door Doormats as a hobby to growing it into a successful biz ventureWhen you should know it's time to hit pause and rechargeUnderstanding the challenges of keeping up with social media trends and how to handle themWho said entrepreneurship has to be lonely? Jessica shares how connecting with fellow teachers and small business owners has helped her business growA glimpse into Jessica's creative process for coming up with new designsWhy comparing your business to others can be a trapThe ins and outs of running a business on EtsyLiquid IVThis episode is brought to you by Liquid IV, the fast hydration solution that's a lifesaver for busy moms and multitasking business owners. With just one Liquid IV stick, you'll enjoy swift hydration and a dose of essential vitamins that keep you on your feet. Try it today and get 20% off anything you order at liquidiv.com using the promo code "DANIELLE” at checkout.ResourcesConnect with JessicaEtsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/stfddoormatsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shutthefrontdoordoormats/DETAILED DIARY SHOW NOTESAccess exclusive content, start or supercharge your biz growth, and be part of an inspiring community of supportive entrepreneurs by becoming a Patreon member! Check out more details here. Follow @detaileddiarypodcast to stay up-to-date about everything related to the podcast!
Last year my friend Erin Brown brought the term “purposely part-time” to the podcast, and the response was absolutely overwhelming. It turns out that many photographers are intentionally part-time in their businesses - for reasons ranging from other careers they don't want to give up to being home with their families after school - so that phrase has caught fire! Today I'm speaking with Lydia Fine - another purposely part-time photographer - about how she balances everything from mom life, to corporate life, to wife life, to photography life. Sometimes, what we need to hear is that we aren't alone, so if you're purposely part-time and feeling judgment or pressure around the goals you have for your career, I hope you find comfort and a few great tips in this episode! Links: Check out Lydia's work on her websiteConnect with Lydia on Instagram : @lydia_apolloandivy Watch the Simple Sales Masterclass where Annemie teaches the 6 steps to running a profitable, sustainable photography business you love. Join the TCBTH Facebook Group - a supportive, business-focused group for photographers. Leave a review!
Thousands of real estate investors across the country successfully balance their investing business with their nine to five jobs, thanks to leveraging their time and embracing technological advancements. With modern business practices, there's no longer a necessity for a dedicated office. Instead, you can achieve more in half the time. If you have a full-time job, don't hesitate to venture into real estate investing!Brent Danieles shares valuable tips to effectively manage your real estate business while keeping your nine-to-five job, helping you overcome any fear or hesitation. Start your journey by joining the TTP training program.----------Show notes:(1:07) Beginning of today's episode(2:37) Build up 200 driving for dollars leads(4:58) Practice the TTP Script(6:18) Implement the four pillars of pre-qualifying(7:40) Work on your objection handling(9:52) Practice the perfect offer presentation(10:40) Call as many leads as you can(11:46) Find five properties that you want to comp(12:47) Read ten pages of a good business book----------Resources:DealMachine (code: TTP)truepeoplesearch.comBatchSkipTracing (code: TTP)TTP Insider ZillowTo speak with Brent or one of our other expert coaches call (281) 835-4201 or schedule your free discovery call here to learn about our mentorship programs and become part of the TribeGo to Wholesalingincgroup.com to become part of one of the fastest growing Facebook communities in the Wholesaling space. Get all of your burning Wholesaling questions answered, gain access to JV partnerships, and connect with other "success minded" Rhinos in the community.It's 100% free to join. The opportunities in this community are endless, what are you waiting for?
Discover Brittany Schwartz's inspiring journey from teacher to successful part-time freelancer! Through the guidance of "The Prep," - my freelancing course, Brittany found the confidence to pursue her passion for writing, landing her first client and establishing a thriving freelancing business. Her story is a testament to the possibilities that await when determination and the right resources come together!Join me for today's episode as we talk about: Brittany's teaching journey and the challenges she faced.The turning point that led her to freelancing.How she built confidence and landed her first client.The game-changing role of "The Prep" freelancing course.Brittany's advice to aspiring freelancers - powerful and practical!Connect with Brittany SchwartFind her on Instagram at @britt_teachesOther Resources: Want to learn how to become a virtual assistant? Sign up for my FREE 30 minute VA training. Get your behind-the-scenes peek at how I started my virtual assistant business and replaced my full-time salary with no prior experience, seven months pregnant with a 1.5 year old running around! Get instant access now >> https://aubreemalick.com/freetraining Join the Freelancer to CEO Podcast Community on Facebook If you found value in today's episode, I would love it if you left us a review HERE!Connect with me on Instagram: @aubreemalick
***IT'S BANDCAMP FRIDAY***Getting to the nitty gritty with Vale, North Carolina's Jennifer Alvarado on her country roots, white nationalism, this "Small Town" song, extending cultural olive branches, her prolific award history, and putting together her latest two-part album. This one gets deep so buckle up!! Follow Jennifer through the links on her website here: (https://www.jenniferalvarado.com) and find her latest tunes on Bandcamp here: (https://jenniferalvarado.bandcamp.com).Playlist:1. Rock This Way - Jennifer Alvarado2. Trigger Warning - Jennifer Alvarado3. Playing With Fire - Jennifer AlvaradoHelp Alex Orange Drink's Cancer Recovery: https://www.gofundme.com/f/alexorangedrink
Join me and special guest Nancy Smith, Business Miracles Member, Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur, leader, and owner of Vibrant You Coaching. Nancy's story is inspiring! She made the shift from viewing her part time job as a crutch and feeling the challenge of her focus being divided between what she felt she needed and what she loved - to embracing her part-time job as a support beam for her dreams and allowing it to become a launch pad into the space that she truly wants to be in. “It can just really feel so intimidating and overwhelming and exhausting and kind of have you feeling bad about starting your business part-time.” - Heather Dominick. Learn more about this episode of Business Miracles at https://www.businessmiracles.com/XXX
Fixation on headline economic numbers can lead to inaccurate conclusions. A recent example is the performance of major stock indexes, which it turns out has been greatly influenced lately by a very small number of stocks. Overreliance on headline numbers can also be costly for investors. Confluence Staff Economist Thomas Wash joins us today to dig deeper into one of our favorite headline numbers: the unemployment rate. What is it really telling us?
Are you trying to oversee your company's marketing efforts along with all your other priorities and responsibilities? If marketing is starting to feel a lot more like a chore, it might be time to hire a marketing leader. But that doesn't mean you need to hire someone full-time. In this episode, I'm going to break down some of the signs indicating it's time to hire a marketing leader for your business.
Today on the podcast we welcome Elise Okusami from Oceanator. She is signed to Polyvinyl Records and currently on a run of dates with Braid and going to rock with Into It Over It as well. Elise is an amazing musician and recently released Nothing's Ever Fine back in 2022 and has a new single called "Part Time." You can find everything out about Oceanator at Oceanator.surf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices