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Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
What to Measure to Create a Successful Lead Generation Strategy

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 20:34


What metrics should you track to create a successful lead generation strategy? Kara Brown had been working on a string of supply chain corporate jobs where she oversaw IPOs and eventually decided to create her own business and focus on lead generation. She believes filling the top of the funnel now will be the first to capture market share in the recovery. With LeadCoverage, she focuses on B2B revenue operations and acquisition strategies for scaling companies. In her conversation with Jason, they spoke about what she has seen working for lead generation, what every company should be measuring to keep a profitable business, and how you can save time on prospects that won't become customers. 3 Golden Nuggets Measure what's happening in your funnel. Many agencies don't have a really good lead generation source and are leaning on word of mouth to get new clients. You really have to find that source to keep growing. Where do most businesses fail? Kara says most companies she works with fail at truly measuring what's happening inside their funnel. At the top of her lead generation strategies are “share good news, track who's interested, and then follow up.” Another successful strategy is getting as niche as possible. “When your niche is small, you can be hyper-targeted in your approach,” she says. This will save you a lot of time with clients that don't meet your criteria. Measuring volume, velocity, and value. Kara is not running a creative agency, but she is all about making her business as profitable and valuable as possible. When it comes to how valuable her consultancy or her agency is, she thinks in terms of measuring volume, value, and velocity. Velocity is how fast are they getting in your funnel? Volume is how many deals can you handle any one time and how many deals are going to fill your pipelines? This is all about close ratios and trying not to spend too much time on deals that won't close. And value is all about what is this potential customer truly going to be worth to you? For this, try to be really honest and don't overvalue customers. Lead with pricing to save time. When you are speaking with potential customers, do you lead with the budget? Doing so could really help your closing ratio and save you a lot of time on deals that aren't going to close. Kara prefers to be really straightforward with her approach and start the conversation by stating what her company does for customers and say “this is our minimum monthly rate” to find out whether it is on that potential customer's budget or not. If they're not, then she offers to use the rest of the call to give free advice. She assures this is helpful and saves her a lot of time. Sponsors and Resources Sharpspring: Today's episode is sponsored by Sharpspring, an all-in-one revenue growth platform that provides all of the marketing automation, CRM, & sales features you need to support your entire customer lifecycle. Partner with an affordable marketing automation provider that you can trust. Head over to sharpspring.com/smartagency to enjoy an exclusive offer for podcast listeners. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Measure Your Way to a Successful Lead Strategy and Stop Wasting Time on the Wrong Prospects {These transcripts have been auto-generated. While largely accurate, they may contain some errors.} Jason: [00:00:00] What's up, agency owners? Jason Swenk here, and have another amazing digital agency podcast guest for you. We're going to talk about lead generation for your digital agency. It's going to be a fun show, so let's go ahead and get into it. Hey, Kara. Welcome to the show. Kara: [00:00:22] Hey! Thanks for having me. Jason: [00:00:23] Yeah, I'm excited to have you on. So tell us who you are and what do you do? Kara: [00:00:27] Yeah, I'm Kara Brown. I'm the CEO and founder of LeadCoverage and we do B2B lead gen for supply chain, heavy industrial, and tech. Jason: [00:00:35] Awesome. And so how'd you get started in creating an agency? Kara: [00:00:40] Yeah, that's a funny story. So I was the 12th employee at a company called Echo Global Logistics. Very sexy, all the trucks. Uh, actually a super sexy, the guy that started Echo Global Logistics also started Groupon. So I got to send the first Groupon email. It's a true story. It came from my inbox. Got to watch them grow like crazy and then ended up being on the team that took the company I was working for went public. So I did an IPO at about 25. Uh, I was asked to move to Nashville to do another IPO for a private equity company, for another supply chain management company. Sort of a stream of, of supply chain, corporate jobs. And then ended up back in Chicago, popped out two kids, moved to Atlanta, moved here for a sort of a garbage brokerage jobs. So it was sort of similar to supply chain but in a different space. Instead of going public, that company raised $95 million in equity. When I exited that, the question was like, what to do next? And someone told me the statistic that less than 2% of female founders will ever break a million dollars in revenue. And I said, well, that doesn't sound that hard. So I did it with an all female team. It took us about 10 months and now we're on the path to ten million. Jason: [00:01:54] Awesome. So is Groupon still around? I haven't heard anything from them. Kara: [00:01:58] Yes. They're still around. They're a publicly-traded company. Please buy some Groupon things. Jason: [00:02:05] So you must have some stock. Kara: [00:02:08] Yeah, I think… They still exists. They're still out of 600 West Chicago and sort of a Chicago tech darling from the early two thousands. Jason: [00:02:15] Very cool. Uh, funny story, my wife got me a Groupon in a helicopter, like 10 years ago for my birthday. And I'm like, I'm not doing it. I'm scared to death of helicopters. That's right. Let's talk about lead generation. You know, I find a lot of digital agencies, they take on the wrong clients and they take on the wrong clients because they haven't been building their pipeline. They haven't been building their pipeline because they don't have a really good lead generation source in order to really kind of tap on because they're based on word of mouth. So what have you seen working for lead-generation? Kara: [00:02:55] Sure. So we have nine lead gen strategies, but I'll start sort of at the top. So at the top is share good news, track who's interested, follow up. Most companies that we interact with, either customers or people that would just help out as friends. Are doing one or two of those and almost none of them, almost none of them, of the companies we talked to are tracking any of it, right? Like really, truly measuring what's happening inside their funnel. And so one of the things that we've found successful for Lead Coverage is getting as niche as possible. So our niche is supply chain management companies over a hundred million in revenue or venture-backed. And basically, if you don't hit one or two of those criteria, we may take you on as a client, but we may not. We may say no, thank you. And that's been very successful for us. So in terms of lead gen, when your niche is small, you can be hyper-targeted in your approach. If you're wide and not very deep, it's really easy to end up talking to a lot of folks that aren't super valuable. The other thing that we like to measure, which we can definitely talk about later, we do a lot of measurement in our company, is we measure volume, velocity and value. And I think most important for agencies is value, right? So a very smart man part of the Groupon kickoff team in the very beginning of the early days said to me, hey, Kara, it is… it costs to you, just as much money to run a $250,000 account as it does a $2,500 account. So get upstream and get as big as you can. Get your, get your retainers as big as you can, as fast as you can. Because that's where the real money-making happens. Jason: [00:04:48] You mean you don't want to race to the bottom? I see a lot of people when they initially talk with us, we really kind of determined that pricing is one of their big issues. And they're like, well, my competitor is actually cheaper. We're actually more. I'm like, what does that matter? Do you want to win that race? I was like, I don't. Kara: [00:05:10] We just decided to raise our minimums. I went to a trade show last week for our very specific niche industry, right? So every single person at that show could be a customer for us, which I think is super important. We went to the show and the number that I told everyone, nobody said it was too expensive. And I came back to the office after two days in the trade show floor. And I said, we need to increase our minimum because no one told me it was too much. And when no one's telling you, you're too expensive, you're not charging enough. Jason: [00:05:40] Yeah. Yeah, totally. Yep. Totally agree. Get in a little bit more about kind of the velocity and the volume and the, the value. Let's talk a little bit more about that. Kara: [00:05:49] Yeah. We love measurement. So we are not a creative agency. We don't have a creative director. We don't do creative. We don't do color theory. We're probably very different than most of the folks that listen to your podcast. But I still listen to the two Bobs and I'm all about agency work. And I'm like all about sort of consulting and how do I make this business as profitable and valuable as possible? So when I think about how valuable my consultancy or my agency is, I think about volume, value, and velocity. So how fast are my customers finding me? And then how fast can I get them to close the deal? Velocity story is a funny one. I have a client that we have been or potential client we've been talking to for over two years. And I think I may tell him it is time to stop talking to each other. Like it's nice. But, um, I've sort of sent him enough info. I've done enough. We've had enough phone calls. I've talked to enough of his people. It's been two years. If you're not going to buy, you're not going to buy, right? So that's velocity. But we also had a few weeks ago, our first one call-close. So we were introduced to someone, they came through a LinkedIn post that I wrote, which I should definitely mention how we do LinkedIn because it's really interesting. And one call the guy was like, great. Let's do it. And our minimums, Jason, are $15,000 a month. And the guy was like, I don't want your minimum. I want to be a big fish in your pond. We were like, all right, let's do it. So those are really exciting. So velocity is how fast are they getting in your funnel? Volume is how many deals can you handle any one time and how many deals are going to fill your, fill your actual pipelines? This is all about close ratios, right? So you can have a whole bunch of conversations, but if they're only closing 5 to 10% of them, you're spending a lot of time on deals that aren't going to close. So I have a thing that I do… fair it may not be nice, but it helps me save a lot of time. I will look at who I'm talking to before I get on the phone. And if they're not in our box, I will open the call with something to this effect: It's so nice to meet you, Jason. I want to talk a little bit about what we do and who we do it for. I'm going to tell you how much. If we're not in your budget, we'll use the next 25 minutes. I'm going to give you 25 minutes of free advice. My minimum is $20,000 a month and my core market is supply chain technology and heavy industrial. Does that feel like something that you can afford? And if they're like, oh my budget's like $2,000 a month or something crazy, then I'll say, hey, no problem. Let's use the next 25 minutes and I'll give you all the free advice I can. That's really helpful. They also don't call me again. So I don't have to like go down the rigor mortise of like giving them a proposal for $20K a month. And they're like, uh, we're not on the same page. So that stops that and then value, right? What is this potential customer going to be worth to me? Like really, truly going to be worth to me. And I don't do the work you do. So I don't work with agency owners. But I would imagine that there are a lot of folks out there who overvalue potential customers, right? I think this product is going to come in at 80 grand and it comes in at 20. I think that this customer is going to stick around for two years and they stay for three months, right? So being really, truly honest with yourself on values really important. And the best way to check out value is just to have someone, probably not you, if you're the CEO. Go back and look at your, at your previous customers, right? Like take a deep dive and really be honest with yourself on how much is each customer actually truly worth to you? Jason: [00:09:21] Is your agency struggling to deliver real revenue growth results to your clients? You know, agency marketers can consolidate data and align marketing and sales teams goals to achieve real results for your agency and clients using revenue growth platforms. Sharpspring is an all-in-one platform built for agencies like yours to optimize digital marketing strategies with simple, powerful automation. Manage your entire funnel all in Sharpspring. Now for a limited time, my smart agency listeners will receive your first month free and half off onboarding with Sharpspring. Just visit sharpspring.com/smartagency to schedule your demo and grab this offer. That's sharpspring.com/smartagency. Yeah, I love it. And I love that you get right to the budget in the very beginning. There's so many people, you know, when I'm speaking to a crowd, one of the two questions I'll ask is all right, how many people get the budget every single time or almost every time? And then, you know, how many people ask for it? And by the it's about 50% of the room than ask. And then 50% of that, it's only a quarter of the percent of agencies are actually getting the budget. And that's before they put all that work in it. I would always go to them and say, I just need a range of what you're trying to stick around. Because here's the deal, especially on pricing, and I learned this the hard way when I talked to a small company, I never heard of called Berkshire Hathaway. And I pitched them like a $20,000 website. They were expecting 30,000. So like if I started out, like I would always try to lead with what's their expectation and then match them there. But I would also even have a floor. Uh, so pricing is very important. Kara: [00:11:12] So I actually disagree. I lead with our pricing. Because if they're willing to pay you $30,000 for a website, there's probably $120,000 somewhere in their budget, right? And I think as a woman, this isn't necessarily agency owner, but as a woman, knowing other women in business, we tend to undervalue ourselves. And what I've found is, as my retainers have gone from 5 to 7 to 12 to 15 to $20,000 minimums, no one's saying no, right? Like very few people say to me, I can't afford you, right? Unless they're like just out of the box, but if they're in the box and they understand the value and I've done a good job of delivering what we do and showing them what we do and how we do it and what the value is we bring. As long as I lead with my minimum… Actually, it's not even the minimum. I learned something at an EO event, the entrepreneur organization that the human brain anchors on the first number that you tell someone. So when someone says to me, Kara, how do we work with you? I say, well, our average retainer comes in between 30 and $40,000 a month, but our minimum is 20. So instead of them saying, oh, I can get this person for five grand a month because I say something like our minimum is five grand. They're already like, oh, well she's like, she's really expensive. Like, can I afford her home? Like, oh, like maybe I should find another $30,000 a month somewhere to pay this person. So I think it's really important that you set your own standards and there's always money in corporations. I have worked for enormous corporations in my corporate career. There's always money. Always. Jason: [00:12:58] Yeah. Yeah. I call it the reverse engineer effect when you're going over the range, because so many people, when they go, I just need to know a range. A thousand, fove thousand? I would literally start at a billion and then a million and then a hundred thousand and 20,000. So they echo that first number going, holy cow, no one else said that. What makes you so unique? And you can really separate yourself. And switching focus a little bit. You hinted a little bit to the LinkedIn post. Tell us how you do that. Kara: [00:13:28] Yeah, so we can attribute $480,000 to two LinkedIn posts. And that's just in 2020, not in 2021. So super proud of this whole process. I post super regularly on LinkedIn. Sometimes I post about being a woman in business. Sometimes it's about marketing. Sometimes it's just like, I don't know thoughts of the week that I've decided that I want to share. I have a ghost writer. She's on my team. Should we speak for about an hour a week. Now, because we've been working together for a while, she can get almost four LinkedIn posts out of that one hour. I also write for Forbes and Entrepreneur and other magazines. So she does those for me at the same time. And she writes the post themselves. They're my words, but she physically crafts them. They go to my team, my team adds the emojis and make sure that they're, if people are tagged and then they go into a file for me to approve. I approve. And then they get scheduled. So we have posts that are going out. We're recording this in September. We've got posts going up through the end of November and I'll be gone the entire month of October. So I'll still be posting even though I'll be in Europe, which is really nice. And so we can see attribution of almost $500,000 to LinkedIn. And this is LinkedIn thought leadership. And it cost me probably 2000 bucks a month to do this. So it's my most ROI driven piece of, of lead gen that we do for myself. And it's been a terrific way for us to meet people. You can't always track every single lead back to LinkedIn, but it was a, it was a funny story. I was at this trade show I just mentioned in our niche industry. And I ran into some guy that I had known from a million years ago. And he said Kara, I read every LinkedIn post and I was like, awesome. And he said… Jason: [00:15:11] Stalker. Kara: [00:15:12] Stalker, right? Well, that's the whole point, like, please stalk me. And he said, may I please introduce you to my CMO? I think that I'd really like to make sure that you two meet each other and now they're going to be a client. So you never know who's reading it. They may not be liking, sharing and engaging, but put it be putting yourself out there is super important. Jason: [00:15:31] Yeah. I love it. And these are just regular posts. Do you have a call to action on there or is it just helpful? Kara: [00:15:36] Yeah. So we're trying to, the LinkedIn algorithm changes pretty regularly. We do this for clients as well. So we have a human being on our team who is regularly trying to sort of like bust the LinkedIn algorithm. Not in an ugly way, just in a, how do we use it to our advantage? So one of the stats she told me that I was really surprised is that less than 2% of people that are on LinkedIn are actively posting. So just by actively engaging in LinkedIn, they're already in the top 2% of folks that are sort of voyeurs only, right? And so, as long as you just put anything out there, you're going to be sort of doing better than other folks. If you get into like exactly what, you know, doing posts, doing polls calls to action links, links back to landing pages. Links to, to form fills and video. We can, it's a whole another podcast we can do just to talk about how to like optimize LinkedIn. In my professional opinion, that this is specifically for my market, which is supply chain, heavy, industrial and tech. I don't need to put video out there. I don't need to be super complicated about it because no one's buying from LinkedIn, right? LinkedIn just keeps me front and center for the folks in my world and in my universe. That when I see them at the trade show or when I send them an email or when they see something from me that's interesting and they have a need. They're like, oh man, there's this woman who posts all the time on LinkedIn. She's really interesting. I'm going to reach out, right? So it's just about staying in the conversation. Jason: [00:17:03] Yeah. It's about consistency. You know, you mentioned you were chatting with someone for two years. Holy cow, like if I was chatting with them, but when I look at my, our stats, most people don't buy from us for about a year and a half to two years. They're digesting that content, which isn't a sweat off my back and if they never buy it and they just get helpful content, I'm perfectly fine with that as well. But, but yeah, just to go through the proposal process for two years, that is a yeah. Shit or get off the pot dude. Kara: [00:17:34] And yeah, this particular human is such a nice guy and he's so kind, and I know he does want to work with us and he is very specifically strapped by, you know, investors and sort of what these investors want to do. I get it. And it doesn't bother me to like, have a relationship with this person. He is also well connected. He's a good human, but we are going to have to at some point, be like, hey, I can't do one more deliverable for you, right? Like I can't, I can't put together another email or send you another proposal. Like they're all the same. Like, it hasn't changed. Like the same proposal you got two years ago was going to be the same one I'm going to send you now because what we do, hasn't really changed. Jason: [00:18:13] Awesome. Well, this has all been great, Kara. Is there anything I didn't ask you that you think would benefit the audience listening in? Kara: [00:18:19] You know, I think one of the things that's really important to us, Jason, is the combination of failed the market. That sales and marketing, including PR and AR analyst relations, which I know a lot of folks in digital marketing don't really touch analysts at all. Cause it's kind of boring, but really important to your senior leaders, right? So if you're going up market, and this is not small business, this is enterprise. So we're very fortunate in the, in our niche. We have sort of along the spectrum, small business, all the way up through sort of big corporate enterprise, even publicly traded companies. And so we get to touch everything from analyst relations to public relations, all the way through, but long story short, the deeper we get in the niche, the higher our prices can go and the more we get integrated with both PR AR and sales. And the stickier you get, the more you can deliver math back to your client that goes to their boss, that goes to the board. The longer you'll stay in the organization, the more valuable you are and the more sticky, just the stickier that you get in inside those orbes. And so that's my sort of best piece of advice is if you can deliver math back to your clients, specifically math that goes to the board or to some sort of senior executive, you will be very, very sticky. So find something that's meaningful to your customer that you can deliver on a regular basis. That means something to their boss. Jason: [00:19:46] Awesome. Love it. What's the agency website people can go and check you guys out? Kara: [00:19:50] Yeah. We're lead coverage.com and we'd love to hear from anyone who wants to talk more about lead gen or anything about supply chain. Jason: [00:19:58] Awesome. Well, thanks so much, Kara, for coming on the show. Make sure you guys go check out the website, connect with Kara. And if you guys want to be around the most amazing agency owners in the world, where they're sharing  what's working currently to be able to see the things you may not be able to see as well as have fun scaling your business. I'd like to invite all of you. Go to check out digitalagencyelite.com. This is our exclusive mastermind just for digital agency owners. So go to digitalagencyelite.com and until next time have a Swenk day.

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Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 16:01


A Georgia Representative has filed a bill that would require Georgia schools to teach consent in their sex education classes; A woman and her domestic partner were charged in the death of the woman's 8 year old daughter; And a Lilburn woman was recognized by the DAR for her gardening and conservation efforts.  #GwinnettDailyPost #Georgia #LocalNews          - -           -          -          The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news.              This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group on 11-24-2021           For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Church for Entrepreneurs
Receive what your faith can receive now

Church for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 10:37


Daily Word - God has many powerful promises in His word, like living without debt, in perfect health, and lacking nothing. These promises are accessed through our faith, but let's face it: Our faith may come up short. However, don't get in condemnation, because the promises of God are not all or nothing. God meets us at our current level of faith, so we can walk partially in His promises until we develop our faith to walk fully in them. Receive what your faith can receive now. Links - Join, Partner

Erklär mir die Welt
#194 Erklär mir, wo 2040 der Strom herkommt, Demet Suna

Erklär mir die Welt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 33:11


Was braucht es, damit Österreich wirklich zu 100 Prozent mit Strom aus Wasser, Sonne und Wind versorgt wird? Und geht uns dann nachts nicht irgendwann der Strom aus? Demet Suna erklärt, wie es geht.Demet Suna ist Energietechnikerin am Austrian Institute of Technology.Zur entgeltlichen Einschaltung: Das Klimaschutzministerium ist Partner für 6 Folgen. Dabei geht's unter anderem um klimafreundliches Wohnen, Bauen, Heizen und Nutzen von Energie zuhause. Infos zum Heizkesseltausch: kesseltausch.atWenn du Erklär mir die Welt wichtig und meine Arbeit wertvoll findest, unterstütze den Podcast bitte. Alle Infos dazu findest du auf erklaermir.at.Du möchtest Werbung im Podcast schalten oder eine Kooperation eingehen? Melde dich bitte per Mail: andreas.sator at gmail.comVerbinde dich mit mir über WhatsApp. Du kannst mir dort Fragen stellen, eigene Themen für den Podcast vorschlagen und schreiben, was dir am Herzen liegt. Ich melde mich auch, wenn es neue Folgen gibt.Damit ich dir schreiben kann, muss du dich kurz anmelden. Füge +43 677 62 79 16 17 zu deinen Kontakten hinzu und schick mir eine Nachricht mit dem Text “Los”. Damit erklärst du dich einverstanden, dass ich deine Nummer für das WhatsApp-Service des Podcasts speichere.Deine Daten gebe ich nicht weiter, ich behandle sie vertraulich. Mit "Stop" kannst du dich jederzeit abmelden, dann lösche ich die Nummer wieder.Hier findest du mich in den Sozialen Medien:Instagram: @erklaermirFacebook: Erklär mir die WeltMein persönlicher Twitter-Account a_satorauf Instagram a_sator und aufFacebook findest du mich auch.Musik: Something Elated by Broke For Free, CC BYfür deep dive: A Human Being by Andy G. Cohen, CC-BYBeatbox am Ende: Azad Arslantas

That Bitch Is Positive
Spilling the Brew from a BRO: The Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask a Guy but Never Have (feat. MY TWIN FLAME/PARTNER)

That Bitch Is Positive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 78:24


In this episode we FINALLY go straight to the source to unlock the truth about the FIERY questions we ALL have about guys that have been debated for... dare I say... centuries. No longer do we have to rely on our fellow females for assumptions or recommendations... the true answers await you here! (All questions were submitted by YOU via my instagram @vibinwithciicii). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Foreplay – Radio Sex Therapy For Couples | Sexuality Expert | Marriage Counseling | Relationship Help
311: All The Feels – Sharing 5 Primary Emotions with Your Partner

Foreplay – Radio Sex Therapy For Couples | Sexuality Expert | Marriage Counseling | Relationship Help

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 30:04


Let's talk about five primary emotions: joy, fear, anger, sadness, shame, and disgust – feeling all of them is important, especially with your partner. Emotions are the language of the body. They say, "pay attention, something's happening!" But so often we don't pay attention, choosing, consciously or unconsciously, to disconnect... We may have been raised in homes where anger was expressed in an unhealthy way, joy covered by a wet blanket, or shame used to control and manipulate our behavior. Regardless of how our childhoods taught us to relate to emotions, we can rewrite the script by creating healthy emotional attachments and responses. While there are many tools we can use to do that, in this episode we're going to talk about co-regulation and co-creation ("CoCo.") And learn how to share and navigate emotions together. If your loved one is excited, you match their excitement. If your loved one is angry, you honor their anger. Co-regulation is not co-dependency. Co-regulation does not say, "I feel happy only if you're happy." It says, "You feel happy, and I'm happy for you." Co-regulation allows the witness to be there for their partner while also honoring their own emotions. Most of the time, people don't understand the emotion they're in, and they need someone to support them in a curious and non-judgemental way. Co-creation allows partners to act as witnesses for each other. By asking questions and being present, the witness can help the emoter explore and deepen their understanding of their feelings. Listen to learn how to apply 'CoCo' to your relationship and create positive shifts in your emotional and sexual cycles! 

#WithChude
Fatima talks being molested by her father #WithChude

#WithChude

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 10:43


Watch the full episode here: http://watch.withchude.comListen to the extended play podcast here: https://listen.withchude.com   Buy #TheDailyVulnerable book here: shop.withchude.comSponsor a subscription for people who can't afford it here: partner.withchude.comDonate to the work via Patreon here: partner.withchude.com  Partner with us through your institution or organization here: partner.withchude.com  Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/c/chude #WithChude is a special series of targeted multimedia (video, audio, text, event) conversations and investigations that leverage the voice, network and passion of its host, Chude Jideonwo and his interviews, to underline issues, raise consciousness and spark movements; especially in Africa and for Africans.#WithChude has been revolutionary at the forefront of issues around sexual abuse, depression, HIV/AIDs, diversity, shame amongst others, and continues to break new ground – holding space, sharing grace, and calling in.Focused on narratives that enable and strengthen the mind (mental health), heart (emotional health) and spirit (spiritual health), its themes center on empathy, compassion, mindfulness, wellness, happiness, love, joy and food for the soul.Beyond inspiration, beyond motivation, this is about connection.#WithChude is a project of Joy, Inc.#MindHeartSpirit#LetsBeHumanTogetherhttps://withchude.com/platforms Exclusive Patron-only Content See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Wolf Of All Streets
Ex Coinbase Lawyer Explains Crypto Regulation | Hailey Lennon, Partner At Anderson Kill

The Wolf Of All Streets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 48:30


Members of the crypto community love to talk about regulations and laws in crypto, yet very few of us are actually experts. Hailey Lennon came on the show to explain the current state of crypto regulation and dispel some popular myths. It is her belief that we need regulatory clarity to foster the historic innovation we are seeing in the crypto world. Must listen. -- Arculus: Arculus is the new crypto cold storage wallet that combines the world's strongest security protocols with an easy-to-manage app. Store, swap, and send your crypto all with a simple tap of your Arculus Key™ card. Order the safer, simpler, smarter crypto cold storage solution today at: https://thewolfofallstreets.link/arculus -- Kava Kava connects the world's largest cryptocurrencies, ecosystems and financial applications on DeFi's most trusted, scalable and secure earning platform. Kava lets you mint stablecoins, lend, borrow, earn and swap safely and efficiently across the world's biggest crypto assets. To learn more visit https://thewolfofallstreets.link/kava -- If you enjoyed this conversation, share it with your colleagues & friends, rate, review, and subscribe. This podcast is presented by Blockworks. For exclusive content and events that provide insights into the crypto and blockchain space, visit them at: https://www.blockworks.co ーーー Join the Wolf Den newsletter: ►►https://www.getrevue.co/profile/TheWolfDen/members

Thou Shalt Not Kill: A Podcast About Marriage
Are You Honoring Your Partner With Your Time and Attention?

Thou Shalt Not Kill: A Podcast About Marriage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 34:02


In this episode, Scott and Anne discuss giving your partner the appropriate time and attention that they need, understanding your partner's perspective, the impact of your career, possible family fallout, and being open to advice and change.Listen in!Thank you for listening to this episode of Thou Shalt Not Kill

Web3 Breakdowns
Sky Mavis: The Builders Behind Axie Infinity - [Business Breakdowns, Replay]

Web3 Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 71:32


Today we are re-sharing our Business Breakdown from September 2021 on Axie Infinity and its creator, Sky Mavis.   Sky Mavis is the company behind the NFT-based game, Axie Infinity. Built by a team with a long history in gaming, Axie Infinity was launched in 2018 with the idea that a blockchain-based “play-to-earn” model could create more aligned incentives between game creators and game players long-term.   Axie is one of the most incredible examples of speed-to-scale I've seen, with the game reporting $100,000 of revenue in January, over $190,000,000 of revenue in July, and over $360,000,000 in August.   In this breakdown, we cover the basics of Axie and how gameplay is similar to classics such as Pokemon. We dive into the economic model, how Sky Mavis generates revenue, how players earn money, and how this is all enabled by the blockchain. We discuss the importance of gameplay vs. the economic ecosystem and examine the sustainability of Axie from various angles.   To help break down Sky Mavis, Patrick O'Shaughnessy is joined by Aleksander Larsen, co-founder of Sky Mavis, and Stephen McKeon, Partner at Collab+Currency, an early investor in Sky Mavis.   For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. -----   This episode is brought to you by Tegus. We created Business Breakdowns to uncover the lessons and frameworks behind every business, and that's what makes Tegus our perfect launch partner. Much of the foundational prep for these episodes starts with research on the Tegus platform.   With Tegus, you can learn everything you'd want to know about a company in an on-demand digital platform. Investors share their expert calls, allowing others to instantly access more than 20,000 calls on Coinbase, Hinge Health, Farfetch, or almost any company of interest. All you have to do is log in. If you're ready to go deeper on any company and you appreciate the value of primary research, head to tegus.co/breakdowns for a free trial.   -----   Web3 Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Web3 Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes.   Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @Web3Breakdowns | @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus     Show Notes [00:03:00] - [First question] - How many people are playing Axie and how quickly it's grown [00:04:03] - What play-to-earn means and how money flows through a digital ecosystem [00:05:03] - A basic overview of the user experience of playing Axie Infinity  [00:07:23] - What an Axie is, its features, how they're generated, and how many exist [00:09:32] - Monster NFTs and the fungible SLP in-game currency [00:15:00] - Converting the SLP to fiat currency and how low-friction the process is [00:16:40] - Are people actually playing the game or just speculating on the game's assets [00:23:14] - The AXS governance token, how to earn it, and what it enables for token holders [00:27:08] - What the opportunity set looks like for Axie from an investor standpoint [00:29:39] - Finding a balance between offering digital work and creating a player incentive  [00:33:29] - Mystic Axie and what they are generally worth today [00:34:42] - How much the community will have to expand and build on top of the game [00:38:48] - Overview of the plots of land in the Axie metaverse and what they might unlock  [00:41:57] - What a sidechain is and how the Ronin wallet works  [00:46:41] - Why what's good for Ronin is also good for Ethereum [00:48:53] - Defining a bridge and how it differs from an exchange [00:50:24] - Lessons learned about good tokenomics and token design  [00:55:04] - The biggest potential risks to the future of Axie Infinity and its growing popularity  [00:57:13] - What an ideal future looks like for the metaverse and Axie infinity [01:01:09] - How the world is changing and why that unlocks value for play-to-earn games [01:04:03] - Asset ownership inversion and how big this could become in the future [01:05:24] - The most surprising things that have happened since joining Axie Infinity [01:06:55] - How he thinks about assessing new opportunities in crypto and the metaverse [01:09:19] - Where you can go to learn more about Axie and dabble in the game

Plant Based Briefing
154: When Your Partner Isn't On Board With a Plant Based Diet by Cory Warren at ForksOverKnives.com

Plant Based Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:56


Learn some helpful tips if your partner isn't on board with a plant based diet. By Cory Warren at ForksOverKnives.com Please take a moment to rate & review the podcast here. Thank you!

Church for Entrepreneurs
Giving of thanks

Church for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:18


Daily Word - Today the USA celebrates Thanksgiving. It is a time for family gatherings and reconnecting with old friends. However, what is the meaning of thanksgiving? Well, it is more than food and fellowship. Let's learn the biblical purpose of thanksgiving and discover the spiritual power behind giving thanks. Links - Join, Partner

Our Two Cents Podcast
#115 - Wharton School of Business vs. Portland State University

Our Two Cents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 46:33


David J. Reibstein is the William S. Woodside Professor and Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he is a world-renowned expert on branding, marketing metrics, product line decisions, and competitive marketing strategy. For several years he served as the Vice Dean of The Wharton School. Professor Reibstein is a dynamic, award-winning teacher who has been honored with more than 30 teaching awards. He also received the John S. Day Distinguished Alumni Academic Service Award of Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, an honor given to a graduate whose service within the academic community reflects the spirit and service of former Krannert Dean John Day. His teaching interests include Marketing Strategy in the MBA Program, as well as teaching Competitive Marketing Strategy, Marketing Metrics, Pricing Strategies, and various other programs for Wharton's Executive Education Program. Professor Reibstein received his PhD from Purdue University and his BS and BA degrees from the University of Kansas. John Eckroth has over 30 years of tax and accounting experience, working in the tax department of PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, as a Partner in a small CPA firm in Claremont, California and later as CFO of a U.S. based subsidiary of the Spanish banking firm BBVA. After leaving the firm in 2002, John has continued as a Consultant for BBVA's U.S. operations, working with its Houston based subsidiaries in the areas of financial reporting and analysis, internal controls and regulatory compliance. Shannon and Kyle have a lively debate with Professor Reibstein and Senior Instructor John Eckroth with no topic off limits. They dive into the economic impact of college and the overall investment of time before there is a clear return of investment. They lay out the clear benefits of college beyond job market research and the major tech companies that are no longer requiring a college degree. LEARN MORE ABOUT DAVID REIBSTEIN: Website: https://marketing.wharton.upenn.edu/profile/reibstei/ www.measuredthoughts.com Email: reibstein@wharton.upenn.edu YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/MeasuredThoughts LinkedIn: @DavidReibstein LEARN MORE ABOUT JOHN ECKROTH: Website: www.pdx.edu/profile/john-eckroth Email: jeckroth@pdx.edu LinkedIn: @JohnEckroth    

Edge of NFT Podcast
Patrick Hiebert Of Vida Verde, The Platform For Eco-Friendly Avocado & Teak Harvest Rights NFTs (Recorded From Miami Crypto Experience)

Edge of NFT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 40:45


Today's episode features Patrick Hiebert, Founder & Partner of Vida Verde Agroforestry, which offers asset-backed Avocado & Teak harvest rights NFTs. Patrick is a Jack of All Trades, from software guy to eco-friendly community designer to Agroforestry farmer. He even seems like a pretty great dad—having sailed and lived on the ocean with his son. In this episode, we hear about his grand vision for crypto and NFTs, especially as tools that can uplift citizens of developing global regions and improve the planet. Patrick is also a Partner and Co-Founder of EcoVillages.life, a tiny/eco home, and sustainable community design and marketing company. Listen Eathan Janney, Josh Kriger and Jeff Kelley's educational and fun conversation with this super-intelligent NFT trailblazer. Special thanks to the Miami Crypto Experience and Cryptonite for helping to produce this content.

#WithChude
In Nigeria, people are classists and elitists - Sefi Atta

#WithChude

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 10:06


Watch the full episode here: http://watch.withchude.comListen to the extended play podcast here: https://listen.withchude.com   Buy #TheDailyVulnerable book here: shop.withchude.comSponsor a subscription for people who can't afford it here: partner.withchude.comDonate to the work via Patreon here: partner.withchude.com  Partner with us through your institution or organization here: partner.withchude.com  Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/c/chude WithChude is a special series of targeted multimedia (video, audio, text, event) conversations and investigations that leverage the voice, network and passion of its host, Chude Jideonwo and his interviews, to underline social issues, raise social consciousness and spark social movements.Focused on narratives that enable and strengthen the mind (mental health), heart (emotional health) and spirit (spiritual health), its themes center on empathy, compassion, mindfulness, wellness, and food for the soul.#WithChude is a project of YNaija TV in partnership with Joy, Inc.For inquiries or issues with the platform, please call +2349035998080 or email info@withchude.com.#WithChude#MindHeartSpirit#LetsBeHumanTogether Exclusive Patron-only Content See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]
Shocking Kyle Rittenhouse Fox News Interview

KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 24:03


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Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict With Southside Rabbi

KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 66:38


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KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]
Anything NOT from God is of the DEVIL?? Drake's God's plan, Reacting to Mike Winger

KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 10:19


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The State of Business with the Ohio Society of CPAs
How to keep up with rapidly changing tax policy

The State of Business with the Ohio Society of CPAs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 16:49


"How to keep up with rapidly changing tax policy" In this week's episode we spoke with Tony Nitti, a Partner in RubinBrown's Tax Services Group and Partner-in-Charge of National Tax. Tony is a contributor of tax content to Forbes and a frequent speaker and trainer. We discussed the tax policy outlook, a topic Tony will present at our upcoming Mega Tax conference on December 15. Our conversation took place on November 18, and Tony mentioned there is a lot that could happen legislatively between now and the end of year on Capitol Hill. We covered some of what CPAs might expect to deal with in 2022, properly communicating with clients, advice for tax practitioners and more.  Register for the Mega Tax conference here: https://ohiocpa.com/cpe/major-conferences/mega-tax-conference 

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 193, an episode with a master executive coach, Shir Nir. Shir Nir is the CEO & Partner at Handel Group an executive life coaching & corporate consulting company dedicated to teaching people how to realize their personal and professional visions. Shir brings more than 20 years of experience working with executives, teams, and organizations to increase performance and create organizational, personal, and financial growth. Shir is an expert in designing and implementing wide cultural initiatives that evolve an organization and its people. He works with and leads executive teams to impact the results of their organizations and enhance organizational alignment and productivity. He is currently advising several executive teams and senior leaders on topics such as building honest cultures, enhancing organizational success, organizational alignment, leadership development, mergers and acquisitions, strategy, and talent management & development. Prior to working at the Handel Group, Shir was a management consultant as well as a partner and owner of a knowledge management consulting firm where he worked to enable organizations such as UNFPA, Head Start, and PSEG to name a few, to design, develop, and implement knowledge sharing cultures and structures as well as enhance leadership and collaboration. In this episode, Shir talked about the importance of a balanced lifestyle for people, the value of integrity, and how to improve through self-assessment. Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

Behind Greatness by Inspire North
82. Robert Antenore – Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP / Childhood Cancer Survivor / Ducati Enthusiast – Being A Drop Returning to The Ocean

Behind Greatness by Inspire North

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 58:04


We are joined by Robert in Toronto. He is currently a partner in one of the country's oldest and largest law firms. He has Jesus covid hair. And, he's an Inspire alumn to boot. We immediately dive into the existential, where Rob also feels at home. He shares with us some of his personal experience in childhood where he spent much time in and out of hospitals, leading up to a long, excruciatingly painful battle with cancer in highschool. We have a conversation about Robert's journey with his unique perspective on hope – and the recognition that bad things happen to good people. Healthy and profound perspective is what Rob helps us explore ... staring at a hospital ceiling ... humanity's “de-prioritization” of intuition … inability of modern humans to access beyond the veil … and a certain primal truth through speed. A joy. To DONATE to the Behind Greatness podcast, please visit here: www.inspirenorth.com/podcast. Tax receipt issued to donors. Behind Greatness IG: @behindgreatnesspodcast & @inspire_north Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-antenore/

The Multiorgasmic Mama: sexuality | motherhood | relationships | spirituality | intimacy | postpartum
179: When your sex life sucks but your partner is not open to doing anything to improve it

The Multiorgasmic Mama: sexuality | motherhood | relationships | spirituality | intimacy | postpartum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 22:09


Frustrated that your partner isn't meeting you where you're at in your sex life? Learn my best two tips to take control of your experience and have a satisfying sex life. Tantra for Lovers applications are due by November 26th midnight CST for a $1,000 Black Friday discount. Apply and book a call at www.tillystorm.com/tantra

The Entrepreneur Way
2017: Stop Trading time for Money with Joey Mure and Russ Morgan Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Wealth Without Wall Street

The Entrepreneur Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 90:30


Joey Mure, Founder and Partner at Wealth Without Wall Street, brings impact, integrity, and generosity to the company every day. He hopes to be remembered as a lover of Jesus, devoted husband, and faithful father. Despite dreaming, around age 10, of becoming an orthopedic surgeon, Joey was in the mortgage business for 11 year before moving to finance in 2014. His personal mentor, Nelson Nash — another man of integrity and impact — is someone Joey deeply admires. Joey's strengths in building relationships, asking great questions, and influencing and empowering people with the Wealth Without Wall Street message make him invaluable to the company's mission. He is relational, impactful, and a true leader. His colleagues would add that he's thoughtful, funny, and a family man. Many people don't know that Joey ate a 72-ounce steak dinner once. If he could be anywhere other than work, you'd find him at the beach with his family. And every Sunday morning, they're worshipping the Lord. A lifetime goal of Joey's is to impact the world for Christ; and a more near-term goal is to purchase a beach house for my family. Aside from Wealth Without Wall Street, Joey listens to Sharran Srivatsaa's Business School podcast and Donald Miller's Building A StoryBrand podcast. He's happiest when he's traveling with his wife or golfing with his girls. He cares deeply about Campus Outreach, Cru, Navigators, Sav a Life, Lifeline Adoption, and Young Business Leaders. His aims to live by the words “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your path (Prov 3:5-6).” Wealth Without Wall Street's Founder and Partner, Russ Morgan, is known as “The Idea Guy.” Russ began his professional career as an investment advisor in 2004 after graduating from Auburn University — a slight foray from 10-year-old Russ' dream of becoming a professional baseball pitcher. Russ started IBC in 2009, and eventually went on to found Wealth Without Wall Street in 2015. Russ' mother was an enormous inspiration for him growing up. As a single mother with two young children, she took a rigorous, accelerated track through college while working multiple jobs, all with the goal of bettering her children's lives. When he's not working, you can wave to Russ on a boat at the lake pulling his kids around on a tube. And on Sunday mornings, he's probably rushing to church with his family … only 10 minutes late. Russ' creativity, fresh ideas, and knack for problem solving are indispensable assets to his role at Wealth Without Wall Street. Russ would describe himself as competitive, creative, and passionate; his colleagues would likely add that he is helpful and abundant. Russ hopes to be remembered as an innovator who loved to teach others, and he has a goal to one day serve in the mission field. Finishing the book is another more near-term goal. Aside from Wealth Without Wall Street, Russ learns from the Business School podcast with Sharran Srivatsaa and Donald Miller's Building A StoryBrand book and podcast. Aspire Movement, Campus Outreach, and Young Business Leaders are three causes near to Russ' heart. Russ in one motto? “Just try!” “I would say doing what you're doing right now, educating yourself and even taking it one step further, networking… The more you can force yourself to be in a position to network and to grow that to me is number one… Find people who are successful, way more successful than you and spend time with them ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-mmL

Prosperity Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing
Smaller Markets Can Yield High Returns with Tory Sheffer

Prosperity Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:26


Tory Sheffer is the owner of Sheffer Capital and is responsible for all aspects of real estate acquisition & management, including underwriting, structuring equity, raising capital & asset management. His work involves managing the transaction process from inception to execution, as well as continuous asset management through the life of the asset.Tory has been in the real estate industry for 6+years as a broker and principal investor in 100+ transactions totaling $70M+. Ownership deals outlined below.Tory is also an investor in Real Estate Lab, a real estate software company focused on analysis and data related to multifamily investing, and Tory is also a partner in a 24/7 gym in Delano, MN.Prior to real estate Tory owned & operated Superior Recreation Services, a company building commercial playgrounds throughout Michigan & Ohio.For today's episode we will cover: [00:00 - 5:30] Opening Segment.Getting to know Tory Sheffer.Being influenced by his parents.A quick journey through figuring out real estate. [5:30 - 10:46] Cherishing your first deal.Switching markets while looking for deals.Finding the confidence to tackle bigger opportunities.Shoot the shot now, aim after. [10:46 - 22:27] Building your business where you want it to go Finding the people that can help you grow your business.Working with people who are just starting out.Why a slow start shouldn't discourage you to do your best.Putting your foot in the door.Snowballing faster than you would expect [22:27 - 27:21] How to search for different types of deals.How Tory sources his acquisitions.On-market vs off-market deals. [27:21 - 35:57] Capitalizing on the smaller markets.Strategies to get sources you can apply right now.What qualifies as a good opportunity.How to tackle smaller markets.Surrounding yourself with people you trust.Managing your different portfolios off-site. [35:57 - 41:28] A deep-dive into the Joint-venture structure.What is the Joint venture structure.Why the market needs to update to the needs of the modern world. [41:28 - 45:11] Joint venture structure versus syndication.Benefits of a joint venture[45:11 - 49:08] Closing segment.Final words from everyonePrioritize listening to more podcasts and reading booksWords to the entrepreneur.Tweetable Quotes: People are much more willing to work with people starting out than probably most people think about. - Tory ShefferIt's a false barrier between the guy starting out and the guy that's ten year in. A lot of the times, the guy who is ten year in is happy to help the guy just starting out because he was at that same point at one point anyway - Tory Sheffer  SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-START REVIEW as we create a lifetime of wealth and financial freedom through multifamily investing!    Invest with us! Check out Blue Oak Investments  Cody on LinkedIn, Facebook, and 

Made To Reign
073 | Why Millennial Men Hate Going to Church

Made To Reign

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:43


In this episode of The Becoming Men Podcast, Ray De La Nuez is joined by David Murrow! He is the author of the book Why Men Hate Going to Church. David and Ray talk about the great disparity that exists in the sex ratio of today's Christian churches and what most churches are doing wrong. The stakes are high and churches need to figure it out how to reach, motivate and impact millennial men who are leaving the church at a faster rate then ever before. David is the director of Church for Men, an organization dedicated to restoring a healthy, life-giving masculine spirit in Christian congregations. He is the author of Why Men Hate Going to Church, an inspirational bestseller with more than 150,000 copies in print in more than a dozen languages. David currently works as a television producer and writer. Want to meet with me One-on-One on a FREE coaching call. Click here to book our Zoom Call! Consider becoming a financial partner of this podcast. head over to TheBecomingMen.com/Partner. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/becomingmen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/becomingmen/support

Health: It's Personal
Sexual Health Series: Reproductive Health and Family Planning with Reproductive Endocrinologist Dr. Leondires

Health: It's Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 53:43


Dr. Mark Leondires, Founder, Medical Director and Partner in reproductive endocrinology at Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT) and Gay Parents To Be (GPTB) shared with us his insights into not just reproductive health and infertility but what it looks like to family plan. He is board-certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology. (What he calls a "nerd" of the medical field.) ⁠ ⁠His daily experience with patients from all walks of life, with unique hurdles and dreams, and his own experience with family planning, we knew he would be the perfect person to dive into this aspect of the Sexual Health Series with sensitivity, insight, and optimism. ⁠ HEALTH: IT'S PERSONAL INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thehippodcast/ HEALTH: IT'S PERSONAL FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthitspersonal LOVE the work we are doing? Join our Patreon family, for additional content, recipes, and connection: https://www.patreon.com/thehippodcast OR Buy us a cup of tea. https://ko-fi.com/healthitspersonal --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sports Maniac - Digitale Trends und Innovationen im Sport
#314: Esports, Gaming and beyond: So nutzen Marken das Riesenpotenzial

Sports Maniac - Digitale Trends und Innovationen im Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 47:24


Sport oder kein Sport? Das ist nicht die Frage. Entscheidend ist, wann und wie Marken in den dynamischen Wachstumsmarkt rund um Esports und Gaming einsteigen. Eine Abgrenzung vom traditionellen Sportbusiness ist längst nicht mehr zeitgemäß. "Wir werden uns alle damit beschäftigen müssen." Genau auf diesen Zug springt nun die neu gegründete Spezialagentur Apollo GG auf, die Marken den erfolgreichen Weg in die Branche erleichtern will. Im Sports Maniac Podcast sprechen wir mit Michael Schillinger, CEO und Partner der Sponsoringagentur Apollo18, und Malte Hedderich, Co-Founder von bPartGaming, über das Riesenpotenzial für Marken und warum der Start von Apollo GG für beide nun der logische nächste Schritt ist. Das sind die Themen im Überblick: Gründungsidee von Apollo GG Warum es keine weitere Esports Agentur braucht Best Marketing Cases im Esports So erreichst du die junge, interaktive Zielgruppe Was können AR, Blockchain und NFT im Gaming? Erleichtert Gamification den Alltag? Hat Metaverse eine Zukunft? In diesem Sinne, Good Podcast, Well Played. Unser Partner FLYERALARM sports bietet veredelte Teambekleidung von Top-Marken wie adidas, NIKE und Co. Ihr wollt extra Prozente absahnen? Das geht mit einem FLYERALARM Sponsoring auf euren Textilien. Für alle, die Druck im Teamsport brauchen. Jetzt vorbeischauen: https://sportsmaniac.de/flyeralarm-sports (*Sponsored) Du möchtest dein Rad- oder Lauftraining strukturiert auf ein neues Level bringen und dabei nicht 100€ oder mehr für einen Personal Trainer ausgeben? Dann ist enduco deine Lösung. Der digitale KI Coach stellt dir individuell deinen Trainingsplanung im Ausdauersport zusammen. Teste die App hier zwei Wochen kostenlos: https://sportsmaniac.de/enduco (*Sponsored) Wir brauchen DICH!

Church for Entrepreneurs
Healing nor prosperity is a reward for good behavior

Church for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 9:33


Daily Word - There is an idea that we need to eradicate from our thought processes so we can experience God's best in our lives. It is the idea that healing and prosperity are rewards for good behavior. The truth is that healing and prosperity are part of our salvation benefits package, which is based on God's love for us, not our behavior. Links - Join, Partner

Hand aufs Harz - Der Handball-Podcast
#60 mit Emily Bölk | Die Auserwählte

Hand aufs Harz - Der Handball-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 129:02


Mit Emily Bölk ist zum ersten Mal eine Frau zu Gast bei "Hand aufs Harz". Emmy wurde der Handball in die Wiege gelegt. Ihre Mutter, Vater und Oma waren allesamt Profi-Handballer und auch für sie war schnell klar, dass der Weg in die Elite führen soll. Emily Bölk galt früh als das Jahrhunderttalent, ist jetzt der absolute Top-Star des deutschen Frauen-Handballs und führt im Dezember die deutsche Nationalmannschaft zum ersten Mal als Kapitän in ein großes Turnier. Welches Ziel die DHB-Frauen bei der Weltmeisterschaft in Spanien haben, welchen Stellenwert der Frauen-Handball in Ungarn im Vergleich zu Deutschland hat und welchen LIQUI MOLY HBL-Profi sie als kleinen Bruder bezeichnet, erfahrt ihr in Nummer 60 von Hand aufs Harz. Viel Spaß! Die heutige Folge wird präsentiert von der DKB – langjähriger Partner der LIQUI MOLY HBL.

Twins Talk it Up Podcast
Twins Talk it Up Episode 72: Leadership Insights for Partner Growth

Twins Talk it Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 54:25


We welcome a thought leader within the Vendor & Managed Services Providers space to the program. Jay McBain is the Principal Analyst of Channels, Partnerships & Ecosystems for Forrester. Jay is a highly sought-after speaker, author and has received numerous accolades, including being named as the 2021 Channel Influencer of the Year by Channel Partners Magazine. We ask Jay to share how the pandemic has and will continue to impact the tech channel community. His research certainly piques curiosity from all sectors as he identifies trends and shares fascinating content on channels, partnerships, and ecosystems. Jay touches on the importance of understanding influence and why we should be aware of the numerous social media groups/tools including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Clubhouse and how this can increase engagement with buyers and partnerships.Jay states that there is a major demographic shift taking place as the majority of technology buyers will be millennials, which indicates a need for understanding the psychology and behavior of purchasing habits of this digital age. We had to ask Jay about his own growth as a speaker. He shares a lesson he learned early in his career while at IBM, that people will forget what you told them, forget what you showed them and even forget you, so get over yourself. Focus instead on connectivity, energy and perhaps the 1 or 2 points that will resonate.To learn more about Jay, his work or to inquire about his speaking availability, visit https://go.forrester.com/blogs/author/jay_mcbain/ and http://jaymcbain.com/Be sure to Support and Follow us by Subscribing & Downloading.--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 377 with David Spisak - Improving Your Circumstances

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 60:32


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from David Spisak, an Investor, 9 figure Entrepreneur, Business Growth Expert, Servant Leader, Ex-Board of Director, San Francisco 49ers, Founder of 8 companies, Google Dealer Advisory Board, Partner - 9 figure Restaurant Group,  Investor in start-ups, small and mid-level company's, CEO of HealthCheck, NetImpact, Disruptive Growth Solutions, Disruptive Growth!

Michael Easley inContext
The Most Profound Thanksgiving

Michael Easley inContext

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 10:08


What comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving? Family? Food? Friends? In this short Thanksgiving message from inContext, Michael brings a bit of history—recent and ancient—to our observation of this week's holiday. Happy Thanksgiving from the inContext team! All orders from the inContext shop will ship free in November when you use the code "GRATEFUL4U" at checkout. Partner with us Michael Easley inContext is fully funded by our listeners. If you're encouraged by our ministry, please support us by: Sharing the show with others Making a one-time or ongoing donation to inContext. Learn more HERE.

The Fierce Marriage Podcast
Purposeful Sendoffs (The Home, 4 of 4)

The Fierce Marriage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 47:12


What an opportunity we have, as Christians, to view our days as more than simply coming and going to/from work, activities, church, the store, and wherever else daily life takes you. What if every exit from the home was a strategic send-off of an ambassador out into the world? God has provided opportunities for us to live out the Great Commission uniquely and purposefully within our day. In today's episode, we discussed just that. Enjoy! Our marriage learning project ~~Gospel Centered Marriage~~ is live and ready for your participation! It's a great way to build a solid marriage foundation get on the same page once and for all. It's built for all couples—newlyweds, nearly weds, and those who have been married for years. Visit GospelCenteredMarriage.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! If you'd like to support this ministry, please visit FierceMarriage.com/Partner. Our monthly patrons get plenty of perks, including early episode releases, free books & ebooks, silicone wedding rings, and exclusive ministry updates.

Relationships Made Easy
169. What to Do If Your Partner is Conflict Avoidant Plus Dealing with Your Own Conflict Avoidance

Relationships Made Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:35


At its core, conflict avoidance is people pleasing due to a deeply ingrained fear of hurting or upsetting other people if you express your true feelings. This type of codependency leads to feelings of resentment and loneliness and ultimately hurts you and your relationships. Whether you've got a partner who's conflict avoidant or you're dealing with your own conflict avoidance, today's episode is for you! Stay tuned while I walk you through my best tips for dealing with conflict avoidance whether that's you or someone else. Full shownotes: https://abbymedcalf.com/what-to-do-if-your-partner-is-conflict-avoidant-plus-dealing-with-your-own-conflict-avoidance/ Grab my FREE Mindfulness Starter Kit: https://abbymedcalf.com/what-to-do-if-your-partner-is-conflict-avoidant-plus-dealing-with-your-own-conflict-avoidance/ Blog: https://abbymedcalf.com/what-to-do-if-your-partner-is-conflict-avoidant-dealing-with-your-own-conflict-avoidance/   _______________________ Subscribe today to get my weekly thoughts, best practices and funny stories (you won't believe my life!). This weekly reminder will keep you on the path to creating connected, happy relationships (especially the one with yourself!). https://abbymedcalf.com/   For more quick tips, subscribe to my YouTube channel: youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AbbyMedcalfThriving   Want to feel happier and more connected in your relationship? Buy my #1 bestselling book on Amazon, Be Happily Married: Even If Your Partner Won't Do a Thing: https://abbymedcalf.com/book     Ready to dig deeper? Take one of my courses (some are free!): https://abbymedcalf.com/shop/   Say hello on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbymedcalf/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbymedcalfthriving/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbbyThriving LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/abbymedcalfthriving YouTube: youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AbbyMedcalfThriving  

Financially Ever After
What to Consider in Divorce if You Are the Breadwinner

Financially Ever After

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 39:51


Christopher Melcher is Partner at Walzer Melcher LLP, where he specializes in Family Law and represents clients in complex, high-stakes family law disputes. He is also Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine Law. Christopher is frequently hired by other family lawyers as a consultant, expert, or co-counsel on significant divorce cases in California. He joins Stacy Francis to talk about the breadwinning woman, and the financial considerations she needs to think about if she's considering divorce. In recent times, the number of women who are considered breadwinners has been the highest recorded number in history. More women than men are graduating college and, due to societal issues, are taking the lead in their families to earn more. The implications for how this affects marriage are such that marriages with female breadwinners are 50% more likely to end up in divorce. When it comes to alimony agreements, it's better to accept them and move on than to try contesting them in court. What that does is increase the amount of money you spend on legal fees and decrease the amount of money you have readily available, ultimately leaving the attorneys as the real winners. Before pulling the plug on marriage, it's important to seek advice from a good divorce lawyer and financial planner to prepare yourself for the economic changes that being single again will bring. Chris recommends having a friend help you put together a team of a divorce lawyer, financial planner, and counselor while you go through the divorce process. Resources Christopher Melcher on LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube WalzerMelcher.com Stacy Francis on LinkedIn | Twitter Email: stacy@francisfinancial.com FrancisFinancial.com Reach out to receive a complimentary consultation! Contact Francis Financial at +212-374-9008 or visit Francis Financial today!

You're Not Getting Any Younger
EP 195: Odd Holiday Gigs to Make $10,000

You're Not Getting Any Younger

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 13:20


'Tis the season to spend, spend, spend and because of that, I want to share a handful of ways you can make cash through some odd, yet fun and easy, jobs that can last just the next 2-months. Featured: www.oddjobsnews.com/welcome Partner: www.try.thinkific.com/jenglantz 

Church for Entrepreneurs
Success comes through taking up your cross

Church for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 11:10


Daily Word - Jesus died on the cross for our sins, so we could be reconciled back to God as his children. Jesus' calling was to save us, and He did it well, but to accomplish His calling, He had to “take up His cross.” In like manner, Jesus instructs us to “take up our cross” and follow Him. However, what does this really mean? Well, for those of us with entrepreneurial callings, taking up our cross represents going in a different direction than normal society and being considered foolish for following the dream God has given us. It is the complete surrender of our will to achieve the calling God gave us, until we leave this earth through death or rapture. Links - Join, Partner

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1792: The Silicon Valley VC Firm With $1.3B Under Management

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 19:59


Scale is a Silicon Valley-based venture capital investment firm with $1.3B under management. They were early investors in SaaS pioneers like Bill.com (NYSE:BILL), DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU), HubSpot (NYSE:HUBS), JFrog (NASDAQ: FROG) and Root (NASDAQ: ROOT). Today they are focused on the next generation of enterprise software companies building Cognitive Applications like: Comet.ml, Observe.ai, Techsee and Viz.ai. Eric Anderson is a Partner at Scale Venture Partners, where he focuses on cloud infrastructure and security investments. He is a Board member at Scale portfolio companies Datastax and Upsolver and a Board observer at Matillion, BigID, Expel, Honeycomb, Tetrate, and AppOmni. Before Scale, Eric led early Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services product teams. At Google, he was a Product Manager in the Data Analytics and Machine Learning group. He led the team that launched Cloud Dataprep and critical components of Cloud Dataflow. Previously, Eric built aircraft engines in General Electric's Operation Management Leadership Program. Eric is a go-to resource on open source (he also moonlights as the host of the Contributor podcast) and has deep expertise in cloud infrastructure, cybersecurity, and app development and contributed to the deal teams for Matillion and BigID and more recent deals like AppOmni, Comet, and Upsolver. I learn more about the early-stage VC investor that is focused on intelligent business software, and we discuss the trends he is seeing in the industry.

The Meb Faber Show
#370 – Ashley Flucas, Flucas Ventures - This Is A Really Opportunistic Time For Someone Who's Not Afraid And New In The Game To Get Started

The Meb Faber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 56:35


In episode 370, we welcome our guest, Ashley Flucas, founder of Flucas Ventures and General Counsel and Partner for a real estate finance fund. In today's episode, we hear how someone with a capital markets law background transitioned into venture investing. Ashley walks us through her path to break in to the world of venture capital, first by participating in deals on AngelList, then building out her own syndicate. She shares how COVID accelerated the transition, allowing her to capitalize on both the lack of capital and shift to a remote world. She shares her investment philosophy, why she benefits from a non-tech background, and what it's like writing checks while being based in Florida. ----- Follow Meb on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube For detailed show notes, click here To learn more about our funds and follow us, subscribe to our mailing list or visit us at cambriainvestments.com ----- Today's episode is sponsored by Public.com. Public.com is an investing platform that helps people become better investors. On Public, ownership unlocks an experience of content and education, contextual to your portfolio, created by a million+ strong community of investors, creators and analysts. Start investing with as little as $1 and get a free slice of stock up to $50 when you sign up today at public.com/faber. Today's episode is sponsored by The Idea Farm. The Idea Farm gives you access to over $100,000 worth of investing research, the kind usually read by only the world's largest institutions, funds, and money managers. Join today and get access to quarterly CAPE ratios, an excel quant backtester and the entire research library.

Legal Mastermind Podcast
EP 132 - Debbie Ausburn - Adding Value to Your Firm by Listening to Your Clients

Legal Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 17:24


Debbie Ausburn is a Partner and Member of Taylor English's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department. She focuses on advising and defending youth-serving organizations. Find out more about Debbie Ausburn here: http://www.debbieausburn.com/Ausburn's background has given her unique insights into defending child care centers and ultimately led to her first book, "Raising Other People's Children: What Foster Parenting Taught Me About Bringing Together A Blended Family," available now. You can purchase Debbie Ausburn's new book here: http://www.raisingotherpeopleschildren.com/ On This Episode, We Discuss...- Finding, Building, & Owning Your Niche- The Benefits of Blogging in the Legal Industry- Receiving Real World Experience for Your Niche- Actively Listening to and Learning from Clients