What would you learn if you could travel and see every part of the world? On todays episode I sit down and interview the 1st black woman to visit every country Jessica Nabongo. She is the best selling author of “The Catch Me If You Can”We will be discussing the following:- Growing up in Detroit as an immigrant Star- How to take trips even with a budget - Creating a blog with the intent to share her travels - Partnering with National Geographic Follow Jessica on Instagram here
Kevin welcomes a former co-host of Put That Coffee Down, Richie Daigle, on the show to discuss long-term sales strategies. Partnering with salespeople from other companies that offer complementary services can bring long-term success, but treating it like a short-term tactic almost guarantees that it will never pan out.#sales #PutThatCoffeeDown #marketing #freightsales #freightwaves #sonarPort X Logistics is your easy button for your drayage, transload, and trucking needs for all ports and ramps in the United States and Canada. Our four pillars of Culture, Service, Tech, and Trucks are what set us apart from the rest. We provide full visibility from the second your container leaves the origin port to the final stage of delivery.Follow Put That Coffee Down on Apple PodcastsFollow Put That Coffee Down on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley. Ken is the founder of the Ken Blanchard Companies and has co-authored more than 65 books on leadership, including all-time classics such as The One Minute Manager and Who Moved My Cheese, each with over 20 million copies sold. In this conversation, Ken Blanchard is joined by Randy Conley, Vice President of global professional services for the Ken Blanchard Companies. The discussion focuses on the leadership lessons from Ken Blancard and Randy Conley's latest book: Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust, which he co-wrote with Randy Conley. Ken and Randy share how to apply the leadership principles to build trust and become the kind of leader others would want to follow. Some Highlights:- Ken Blanchard on the impact of his upbringing on his leadership thinking and approach- Randy Conley on models for servant leadership- The importance of humility in leadership- Randy Conley on the complexity of leadership and the need to focus on fundamental principles- Ken Blanchard on how to build on your team's desire to contribute - Randy Conley on authenticity and its importance to servant leadership - Ken Blanchard on why "love" powers leadership- Randy Conley on extending trust - How leaders can encourage feedback from their teams- The ABCD model of trust - Ken Blanchard's breakdown of the servant leadership mindset- Putting situational leadership into practice- Ken Blanchard on having the reflective self versus the task-oriented self - Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley on the future of work Also mentioned in this episode:- Jim Collins, Level 5 Leadership- Garry O. Ridge, Chairman of the Board and chief executive officer of the WD-40 Company- Dale Carnegie, author- Rick Tate, authorBooks Mentioned:- Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust by Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley- The One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson- The Power of Ethical Management by Ken Blanchard & Norman Vincent Peale- 10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times: Coaching Your Team Through Immense Change and Challenge by Ken Blanchard and Zig Ziglar- Everyone's a Coach by Ken Blanchard and Don ShulaConnect with Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley:Ken Blanchard Official WebsiteRandy Conley's BlogThe Ken Blanchard Companies on LinkedInThe Ken Blanchard on FacebookConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
Kris Benson is the CIO of Reliant Investments, a fund that purchases self storage and multifamily assets in the southeast united states.Kris Benson recognized that “just because all the dogs are barking at the same tree doesn't mean it is the right tree.” As Chief Investment Officer at Reliant Investments, he is confident in the risks he has taken, the career changes he's navigated and the “tree” he has established his investment platform on.After accepting his first job in sales “because I had diapers to buy,” Kris learned both the value and difficulty of cold calling while developing a “hunter” mentality at ADP. He joined the medical device industry with Covidien and later transitioned to Intuitive Surgical, famous for its DaVinci robot. Kris quit his corporate job and elected to find a way to stop trading my time for money and to let my money make money. He launched his commercial real estate journey, appreciating the value of investing in tangible assets. Kris started investing in small residential units over 10 years ago and expanded to commercial multifamily properties before making the jump to self-storage.Partnering with Todd Allen, managing principal at Reliant Investments, Kris focuses his leadership and management skills on the commercial real estate company's investment committee, which determines what self-storage properties to purchase while growing equity and creating passive income streams for investors.Learn how to leave corporate america, hit financial freedom, and design your dream life through our FREE Action Academy EBOOK: "From W2 to World Travel"https://w2toworldtravel.comNewsletter Link That Sends 10 AM TODAY: https://brianluebben.com/newsletterConnect with Us!Podcast Instagram: @actionacademypodcastPersonal Instagram:@brianluebben https://brianluebben.comhttps://www.krisbenson.comResources:GoBundanceAre you an accredited investor and want to learn more about GoBundance?www.gobundance.comBook a call to learn more: https://calendly.com/brianluebben/gobundance
This episode features a conversation with my guest, Dr. Chavis Patterson. Dr. Chavis Patterson is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also the Director of Psychosocial Services in the NIICU. He provides care to the families as they cope with the complexities associated with having a child in the NIICU. Partnering with the interdisciplinary team, he functions as an administrative leader, educator and researcher. He has presented at national & international conferences and published numerous articles.He is a member of the National Perinatal Association, the National Network of Neonatal Psychologists, the Marcé Society of North America, the Society of Pediatric Psychology, and the Association of Black Psychologists, Delaware Valley Chapter.As always, thank you for spending your Wednesday with us!You can visit the Welcome To Fatherhood website for more information. Theme MusicDreamweaver by Sound ForceFrom Premium BeatShow MusicThat Corner in Harlem by Sam BarshInternet Gold by Ghost BeatzRetrograde by LunarehFrom Soundstripe
In this talk, you'll learn more about how design and development partner together to build great mobile and front-end solutions -- living prototypes that are continuously monitored and improved. Through an iterative process, all functions come together to understand the what and how before jumping into release.
The Very Group, which operates Very in Ireland, has announced a new partnership with leading global product experience management (PXM) vendor Akeneo, as part of an ongoing tech transformation to optimise customer experience and modernise its tech stack. Using Akeneo's PXM platform, Very will provide customers with rich product information, such as digital media, technical specifications and enhanced product details, to create a better shopping experience. Customers will be supported in their buying decisions by tailored and category-specific product information, for example highlighting different features for beauty products than for electrical goods. The platform will allow new products to be added to site in less than a minute, increasing speed to market and allowing the Very team to focus on data quality, enrichment and consistency, while enabling suppliers' product information to be automatically uploaded to the Very site. The move is the latest milestone in Very's multi-year tech investment programme, and follows the ongoing transformation of its ecommerce platform through a partnership with commercetools, personalised size and fit guidance provided by working with True Fit and the creation of enriched, engaging content, like editorial pages and marketing content, by partnering with Amplience. Very will continue momentum with further technology and talent investments imminently, supporting the modernisation of its tech stack towards a microservices-based, API-first, cloud-native, and headless architecture (MACH). This will allow the retailer to deliver customer experience changes more frequently and faster than ever before. Rossa Butler, Managing Director for Ireland at Very said: “We have ambitious plans to grow the Very brand in Ireland and we will do this by continuing to offer the brands that our customers want and love, coupled with a seamless digital customer experience with data and technology at the core. Our partnership with Akeneo represents a key milestone in our innovation story and will enable us to deliver a best-in-class shopping experience for our customers in Ireland, with additional innovations and services to launch in early 2023.” Matt Grest, chief information officer at The Very Group, said: “Our tech transformation is already delivering fantastic results for our customers and our business, and we're excited to take another big step by partnering with Akeneo. Better, richer product content will help us continue taking customer experience to the next level, including tailoring the experience of shopping different categories, and help us drive efficiency by streamlining internal processes.” James Barlow, regional director UK & IRL at Akeneo, commented: “The Very Group has always been a future-forward retailer that puts customer-centricity front and centre. And its commitment to digitally transforming its business lies at the heart of delivering exceptional online shopping experiences for its customers. With unified product data and enriched product information, we're thrilled to have been able to support Very in its efforts to enhance customer experience, all while improving operational efficiencies and speed to market.” In March 2022, Akeneo became a certified member of the MACH Alliance, a group of independent tech companies which champion open, best-of-breed technology ecosystems. Very technology partners commercetools and Amplience are also accredited. See more stories here. More about Irish Tech News Irish Tech News are Ireland's No. 1 Online Tech Publication and often Ireland's No.1 Tech Podcast too. You can find hundreds of fantastic previous episodes and subscribe using whatever platform you like via our Anchor.fm page here: If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming Podcast email us at Simon@IrishTechNews.ie now to discuss. Irish Tech News have a range of services available to help promote your business. Why not drop us a line at Info@IrishTechNews.ie now to find out more about how we can ...
Hooray for Affordable HealthcareOur Risky Benefits host, Rick, is on mic with Shane Foss of Hooray Health to discuss the benefits of fixed indemnity, first dollar coverage. This means you'll find no out-of-pocket costs in order to get coverage, and your insurance will pay a fixed dollar amount for each medical event. Hooray Health offers affordable copays with no deductibles and can include dental, vision, and life insurance. Hooray Health has a model that everyone can afford with benefits that benefit everyone. Look no further than this podcast to find meaningful benefits, with discounts first. MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST:Shane Foss, Chief Executive OfficerHoorayHealth.comWith over 20 years of tenure as an executive in the medical industry, Shane Foss became frustrated with how under-served Americans were with the current healthcare options. He set out to make a change and in 2018 achieved this goal through launching Hooray Health, an unconventional health insurance company dedicated to providing affordable basic and urgent health care alternatives to high-deductible health plans.Through Hooray Health, Foss and his team focus on offering peace of mind to lower-income individuals and families who face medical challenges, while also providing business owners with an affordable way to reward and retain employees. Partnering with companies like Sedera, Ameritas, and Aflac, they have been able to add critical services and supplemental plans giving immense value to employers and individuals.Throughout his professional experience, Foss has negotiated complex, multi-million-dollar contracts, worked in device sales management, created business strategies, and optimized P&L. He holds an MBA from Rice University's, Jones School of Business, a BS from the University of the Incarnate Word, and a Surgical Technologist Certificate from the United States Air Force.
Zach Swartzendruber is the President of BenefitsForTrucking. We're a 3rd Generation Benefits Services Agency that is hyper focused on helping the Trucking Industry. Partnering with me here at Benefits For Trucking, Swartzendruber Solutions brings your company a unique and more engaging experience with employee benefits and your enrollment experience. Make sure to connect with Zach on social media! To learn more about becoming a Freight Agent: https://spi3pl.com/ To learn more about Emerge: https://emergemarket.com/freightcoach/
Emily Moran, VP of Vector Manufacturing and Avi Nandi, VP of Process Development at the Center for Breakthrough Medicines share key considerations for biotechs looking to partner with a CDMO. During this epsiode, biotechs will learn how to reduce risk, lower costs, and how to better manage expectations when it comes the biotech / CDMO relationship.
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Gary Bolles, chair for the Future of Work for Singularity University, co-founder of eParachute.com, and author of The Next Rules of Work. Gary Bolles shares how his father's career advice book What Color Is Your Parachute impacted his early life and how he has gone through continual reinvention while guiding leaders through ongoing disruption. Gary Bolles also shares insights from his book The Next Rules of Work. Some highlights:- How Gary Bolles father's book What Color Is Your Parachute impacted his life- The ‘leader's dilemma,' how it manifests in times of disruptive change, and how to overcome it- Gary Bolles on how to foster a growth mindset within an organization- Embracing change and promoting diversity in organizations- What flex skills are and their importance in the future of work- Gary Bolles on the future of leadership and work- A framework for leaders in leading their teams and organizations forward Mentioned:-Richard Nelson Bolles, Gary Bolles' father and author of What Color Is Your Parachute?-Jeffrey S. Moore, university teacher, and researcher-John Hagel, author-Carol Dweck, psychologist and author-Sidney Fine, professor, and author-Vint Cerf, developer and internet pioneer-Esther Wojcicki, author of Moonshots in Education-The Five Temptations of a CEO by Patrick Lencioni Connect with Gary Bolles:The Next Rules of Work on AmazonGary Bolles' WebsiteFuture of Work on Singularity Hub WebsiteeParachute WebsiteGary Bolles on LinkedInGary Bolles on Twitter Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
Jennifer has used Core Gift assessments for approximately 20 years with a wide variety of folks coming from very different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. She has used the Core Gift assessments in as many ways as there are gifts: from supporting an adopted child in finding their role within a new family, to helping a firefighter transition into retirement, reducing suicidal ideation in severe trauma survivors, or helping gang youth find their passion…. the possibilities are only limited by our creativity. “Partnering with someone to discover their Core Gift is like watching a child opening a favorite present; it's witnessing their eyes wide open with curiosity and excitement to the self-discovery of hope and possibility.” She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and is a certified brainspotting practitioner, consultant, and specialty trainer. Jennifer specializes in the treatment of trauma and addictions with an emphasis on difficult to engage populations such as emergency responders, military personnel, foster and adoption youth, and those struggling with addictions. Her Core Gift is to help others connect to their authentic self. She gives it by helping them to create healing non-judgmental relationships, discover kindness, humor and empathy for one's self, and to journey with strength and honesty to embrace their differences.Find out more about the Core Gift Institute by visiting our website, www.coregift.org Thanks to Jeff Hoyt at Hoyt's Greater Community Radio for vocal additions. Music by Benson.
What are your goals for agency growth? Would you like to grow your agency to 7- or 8-figures? That is exactly what this agency owner did when he built a highly successful $50 million-dollar agency with a team of 400 people. He did it by staying ahead of the curve with technology and building leaders who evolve with the growing agency. Robert Henderson is the co-founder and CEO of JumpCrew, an agency that generates demand for 2B2 customers by building a qualified pipeline through fully dedicated sales teams. Robert has built a successful agency by growing in the direction of the market, staying ahead of the curve, and building strong leadership. In this episode, we'll discuss: The future of marketing in the metaverse. Staying ahead of the curve with technology. Building a leadership that evolves with your agency. Sponsors and Resources E2M Solutions: Today's episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass is sponsored by E2M Solutions, a web design, and development agency that has provided white label services for the past 10 years to agencies all over the world. Check out e2msolutions.com/smartagency and get 10% off for the first three months of service. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Building a $50 Million Dollar Agency Many agency owners starting out are interested in “tricks” to get ahead and grow their agency as fast as possible. They seem so interested in growth they don't stop to think about the value they should be providing. When he started out, Robert saw many businesses shied away from learning how to acquire new clients. Communicating value is something he really leans into with each new client. He doesn't sell a one-size-fits-all solution because it's specific enough or aligned with what the client needs. Instead, his team focuses on how to deliver value in a way that aligns with the client's goals. Also, they are self-aware enough to turn away clients when they feel that they can't deliver this value. Whatever the reason, they try to be really candid about good and bad fits. The most important piece of building a successful agency is aligning with the right people. Every business is ultimately about people and when you create an environment where each team member is an expert in their area you don't need to know everything. Partnering with people who really know about their particular area will you set your agency up for success. The secret is having people that are really good at executing what they know. The Effect of New Technologies and the Metaverse on the Future of Marketing Robert and his team learned the power of content marketing while automating content for local businesses. They learned what the market needed by being in the mix. They grew in that direction by adding new products and services based on the feedback from clients. Robert is a believer in new and emerging tech tools and giving platforms the credit they deserve as they develop. Sometimes we can't imagine the progress a new technology will represent in our particular space. For instance, 10 years ago no one was interested in being a guest on a podcast and now they have become a very popular marketing vehicle. Looking ahead, Robert believes in ten years from now the meetings we're having on video today will all happen on the metaverse. People from all over the world will gather in a space that feels very realistic. The adoption of mediums like the metaverse will come with the technology and infrastructures to support them. At this point, adopting this new technology will maybe shape the way the supporting technologies start to develop. He believes the possibilities are endless as we still can't imagine the many ways that we'll use it. The development of paid search started with the rate of adoption of social media platforms. Similarly, the development of the metaverse as the possible future of paid ads will depend on how people start to adopt this new technology. These tools are bound to change the way agencies work and advertise and, of course, being the first to adopt them successfully would be a great advantage. We need to continue to study and educate ourselves to be able to see where it is heading. Staying Ahead of the Curve with Technology Staying ahead of the curve is mostly about educating yourself and trying to understand what the opportunities look like to capitalize on them as they come. We're in a learning phase for technologies like the metaverse. We know it will be a part of the future but we don't know exactly how that will look. Right now it's about trying to create more connectivity between your team in what is set to be a more sophisticated environment. Robert believes this is the low-hanging fruit available right now for all until we can figure out how to get our partners and clients into it. However, the technology is still in the very early stages. For instance, no one wants to work 6 to 7 hours with the VR goggles on. There's still a long way to go before it is adapted to everyday use and usage is what will help shape that. Evolving Team Member Roles as the Agency Grows One of the most difficult phases for his agency was at a point when a lot of things were working great but they couldn't figure out why some others were not working at all. In hindsight, they just didn't have the right infrastructure and didn't have all the right people in the right seats. It's really fun to be part of so much growth but it can also be a struggle to remain motivated and challenge yourself every single day, month, and year. Robert's leadership team has been with the agency since they were just ten people. This team has helped grow the agency to over 400 people. How did they do it? First of all, they've had to continue growing themselves. Their role in the agency business has changed and they've reinvented themselves several times. Being open to the idea of constantly evolving in order to be able to grow has really helped them support the agency's growth. Each employee remains flexible and open to change for their own growth as well as that of the agency. Building Leaders Who Help Grow a Strong Agency Robert built the leadership team in such a way that they've basically been with him since the very beginning. Of course, they were not all prepared for a leadership role from the beginning. Building an agency as a team of just 10 people helped a lot when it came to building camaraderie. They had different titles but were very much equals and shared the same values. It also helped build a level of communication not often seen in a team where they are able to have hard conversations and be very honest with each other. Robert also encouraged an environment for taking risks. He feels it is important to challenge leaders to take risks without the fear of making mistakes. This doesn't mean they make mistakes all the time, but in order to go for innovation, the team needs to know that it's ok if something doesn't work out as they'd hoped. Want the Support of Amazing Digital Agency Owners? If you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to the Digital Agency Elite to learn all about our exclusive mastermind.
Gen-Z For Change activist and strategist Olivia Julianna joins Zerlina on the show to discuss how she turned an insult from Rep. Matt Gaetz into an over $2 million abortion rights fundraiser.Gen-Z for Change is a nonprofit organization leveraging social media to promote civil discourse and political action among our generation. Partnering with influencers, activists, and celebrities, we produce multimedia content on a variety of topics including COVID-19, climate change, systemic inequity, foreign policy, voting rights, and LGBTQIA+ issues.
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli shares thoughts on how to lead with more confident humility. Mahan also goes through five mindsets and practices of leading with confidence and humility. Finally, Mahan Tavakoli shares why we need to celebrate confident humility in leadership and the necessity of this approach to leadership through greater uncertainty. Some highlights:-Why confidence and humility are not on opposite ends of the spectrum-The Dunning Kruger effect and its impact on Selfie Leadership-The fragility of the ego of selfie leaders and why ego is the enemy!-The failure of arrogant leadership and how to keep from becoming an arrogant leader-Why humility is not the same thing as self-doubt-The importance of intellectual humility and a growth mindset-On seeking truth-tellers and encouraging dissentMentioned:-Ed Hess (Listen to Ed Hess's episode on Partnering Leadership here)- Ken Blanchard (Listen to Ken Blanchard's episode on Partnering Leadership here)- Listen to the Partnering Leadership episode: A Powerful Question to Ask Yourself and Your Team -Listen to the Partnering Leadership episode: The Selfie CEO and the Impact of Selfie Culture on Leadership Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:https://mahantavakoli.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahan/ More information and resources are available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: https://www.partneringleadership.com/
In this episode, I get to speak to Lainie Liberti, a best-selling author, international speaker, teen mentor, world schooler, partnership parenting paradigm advocate, and mother. In 2012 Lainie co-founded Project World School and lived in a community with over 100 teens in over 20 international locations. In addition, Lainie founded Transformative Mentoring for Teens in 2020 in response to the growing need to support teens' mental health. Lainie released her first book, Seen, Heard & Understood, Parenting and Partnering with Teens for Greater Mental Health, the number 1 best-selling Amazon in the Parenting New Releasees. Lainie is also a community leader and alternative education advocate and is often credited with spearheading the thriving world schooling movement. Connect with Lainie below: https://transformativementoringforteens.com/ https://partnershipparent.com/ https://projectworldschool.com/ Please support this podcast! Learn about my coaching services and more! Free E-book! https://thisreallifebooks.com/get-a-book/#book Get EQ Parenting Coaching! https://thisreallifebooks.com/coaching/ Read more about it! https://link.medium.com/3TaiBNdnUcb Follow me! https://www.instagram.com/this_real_life_books/ Buy books! https://thisreallifebooks.com/books/ Look fly! https://thisreallifebooks.com/gentle-reminders/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eqaboveiq/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eqaboveiq/support
Everyone likes to joke about sibling fights, sibling rivalries, etc. And, of course, there is a little bit of truth in every joke or it just wouldn't be funny. However, many of the students that I get to interview on the show live way out on farms or in very small towns where their siblings might be the only other kids around. And, when they are being brought up in a farming and/or ranching situation together they might not just be siblings but also coworkers. So, when does it make sense to partner up with your sister or brother? Our guest today, Brooklyn Buck, is just one of those students. She is between her 9th and 10th grade year of high school this summer, and her younger sister is between her 6th and 7th grade year of middle school. Brooklyn will be starting her fourth year of FFA, and her sister will be starting her first. With all of that said, they have been partners in a herd of cattle for several years now, and they both love it. So much so that they are keeping all their heifers and trying to grow the size of their herd every year. Brooklyn brings up a lot of positive reasons that partnering with her sister has been beneficial to her. She is also not afraid to admit that they fight and disagree frequently as well. However, the most compelling part of the argument she has might just be calving season. Earlier this year they did the bulk of their calving in February, and this meant getting up multiple times throughout the night, in the cold, to check on heifers. However, with them being partnered they can split those duties, and each of them gets more sleep. SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Brooklyn's Heifers HIGH SCHOOL: AHSTW High School; Avoca, Iowa MASCOT: Vikings FFA ADVISOR: Jennifer Sellner CONTACT INFORMATION FOR BROOKLYN BUCK: Click on the picture below to be taken to the AHSTW High School website: Brooklyn's FFA Advisor's Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org AHSTW High School Telephone Number: 712-343-6364 FFA LINKS: National FFA Organization Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE's) Support FFA Donate to FFA - One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000. In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants. With your donations, more students can get this head start - pay it forward. REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA: Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world. FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food. Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation. The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth. Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store: “The future of American agriculture depends on the involvement and investment in America's youth, In order to prepare for the population of tomorrow, we need to encourage America's youth today, and show that careers in agriculture are profitable, rewarding, and vital.”. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:
In this episode of Pave It Black, we discuss The Road Forward and the industry partnerships the program is forming. Richard and Brett talk with Will Hadeka and Bob Yaremko of Peckham Industries and Dan Staebell of Cargill about their company's investment and dedication to The Road Forward program and the initiatives the industry has set out to achieve. Listen to learn about how the inaugural partners in The Road Forward program are looking to leverage the collaboration of the industry to help move the needle and reduce emissions while continuing to make their companies and the industry more sustainable.
Primary Care in the United States is flawed, especially for our most complex patients in the Medicare program. We have built this incredibly expensive primary care model around a fee-for-service system that is incredibly fragmented and uncoordinated. There is now a need for a new model – one that yields a much better experience for patients and physicians. We now stand at the threshold a great dawning. An era is ending, and we are at the core of creation in reimagining a more idealized, value-based model for primary care – one that untaps a massive reservoir of healing capacity. This vision for “A New Primary Care Model” will transform community health for our most clinically complex and vulnerable populations. And it all starts with payment model innovation which, in turn, spawns care delivery innovation. Although we are in early days of full-risk Medicare Advantage and global capitation models in Medicare, there are leading indicators that show promise for the future of health. What exactly does a reimagined primary care model look like and how can it scale? Look no further than agilon health – a company that partners with independent primary care practices that are leaders in their markets and helps them transition to value-based care success in the Medicare program. On the Race to Value this week, we are joined by Steve Sell, the Chief Executive Officer and a member of the board at agilon health. Steve leads agilon health as an experienced, mission-based CEO known for transforming organizations through partnerships, product innovations and talented, collaborative teams. With over 25 years of experience in value-based care in the health plan environment, Steve Sell is building a new model of primary care for the future. Under Steve's leadership and guidance, agilon health is transforming health care delivery through a technology enabled, full risk value-based care model that places the primary-care physician as the quarterback of patient care. And they are doing this at scale, in geographies that have operated in a fee-for-service environment. If you are want to know more about how we can transform primary care at scale, this week's podcast episode is a must-listen! Episode Bookmarks: 01:30 Introduction to Steve Sell and agilon health 04:00 agilon's growth to over 250k Medicare Advantage members and over 90k attributed Direct Contracting beneficiaries 06:30 “Primary Care in this country is really flawed. It's been built around a FFS system that is incredibly fragmented and uncoordinated.” 07:00 The vision for “A New Primary Care Model” to transform community health that is empowered by payment model and care delivery innovation 08:00 Steve discusses the rapid growth of agilon health since its founding in 2016 (1% of all PCPs in the country, 23 communities in 12 states) and how PCP trust is built over time 09:00 Partnering with physicians to support scale and alignment in markets that have been historically dominated by FFS 09:45 “We believe that full-risk, value-based care is the best way to organize an entire community. PCPs can then move to the top of the overall delivery of care.” 10:15 The Speed of Transformation -- agilon's intensive 12-month implementation period 10:45 Win/Win/Win (Patients, Doctors, Communities) – transformed health outcomes, satisfied primary care providers, high industry-leading Net Promoter Scores 12:00 The consumer-centric innovation opportunity in fully-delegated, capitated Medicare Advantage plans 13:30 How changing demographics and an aging population fuels Medicare Advantage Growth 14:00 The economic challenges of a shifting payer mix in primary care, i.e. less concentration of commercial business when a population ages 14:45 “The reform of payment models are the key to starts the process of transformation in primary care practices.” 15:00 The early days of full-risk MA and global capitation models in Medicare as an indicator for future...
Today our guests are 5th Grade Teacher Julie Hannan, & Administrator Brett McDaniel from the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District. We talk to Julie & Brett about the ways that they have worked to develop servant leaders in the 5th grade classes at their elementary school. Julie shares how from the beginning of the leadership program they have invited all of the 5th grade students to participate, and how this has changed the way that students think about what leadership is. As an administrator, Brett shares about the positive ways that this program has had an impact across all areas in the school. Julie Hannan is a Washington State native who will begin her 19th year of teaching this fall. In this time, she has had the pleasure of teaching and learning alongside students from many countries, cultures, and backgrounds. Most of her experience has been in middle school, but Julie transitioned to upper elementary in 2018 and is loving it! Partnering with her administration, colleagues, and community to facilitate an environment of servant leadership and growing student leaders is her favorite part of the job! Julie has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law & Justice, a Master's Degree in Teaching, and has been National Board Certified since 2008. She mentors new teachers, facilitates National Board Candidate cohorts, and has served in many leadership and coaching capacities. In her spare time you will find Julie with her husband Dave and their 2 dogs, Kyle and Sage.
Corporate partnerships can serve to expand the pie of joint benefits, improve profits, and gain sustainable competition, but successful partnerships don't often last or come easy. Despite the good intentions of both parties, partnerships often don't pan-out as intended which leaves both sides frustrated and unable to reach their full potential together.Sandy Jap joins the Goizueta Effect Podcast to discuss frenemies in business, including how you can take your partnerships to the next level. She is a Sarah Beth Brown Professor of Marketing at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. Prior to this, she held faculty positions at MIT's Sloan School of Management and the University of Pennsylvania's, the Wharton School. She has published widely on topics such as strategic partnering and organizational relationships, go-to market strategies, and e-procurement. She is the author of Partnering with a Frenemy, a book on the dark side of business relationships. Her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, CFO Magazine, and Harvard Business Review.This episode of the Goizueta Effect was co-created in partnership with Emory student Scott Masterson. A Successful Partnership Partnerships are exceedingly important in today's competitive business environment. A successful partnership often creates a “1 + 1 = 3” scenario: an outcome where both companies are better off collaborating than existing separately. Common Partnerships Business collaboration comes in many forms. Most simply, you can think of manufacturers working with distributors, distributors with wholesalers, and retailers with suppliers. All distribution activity in the US accounts for over $3 trillion or about 30% of our nominal GDP. In essence, the sales activities that happen between firms that are often the basis of partnerships represent a huge amount of money in our nation and our economy. If there is such a great incentive for upholding the “1 + 1 = 3” principle, then why are partnerships so difficult to maintain? A Not-So Successful Partnership “Frenemies” Once harmonious partners often become frenemies – organizations that pretend to be friends, but that are also enemies and/or rivals.At the beginning of a partnership, often both parties get a lot out of collaboration, but many times this dynamic turns a corner and starts to unravel. The souring process can be rapid or lengthy. For example, Google and Samsung have collaborated for years to maintain a large market share in the cell phone market: Google provides the operating software for the cell phones, while Samsung is the manufacturer of the phone itself. The partnership resulted in beating Apple in market share handily; however, as the partnership became more successful, it bred dependence between the two companies. Samsung worried that Google might become too strong and that they, as a partner, might desire a larger share of the pie. At the same time, both partners realized they were heavily dependent on the other. To combat this dependence, firms will often do something called counterbalancing. They will try to push back on the feeling of dependence by doing something that makes them feel like they have power. In the case of Samsung and Google, Samsung began developing an operating system known as Tizen and Google purchased Motorola...and thus, the unraveling began. Partnership Life Cycles When academics discuss life cycles, they are talking about how something unfolds over time. In terms of partnerships, typically, a life cycle will have distinct phases that describe the status of how two firms feel about one another. The Awareness Phase In this first phase, two firms become aware of each other and might get to know each other by engaging in small-scale collaboration. The awareness phase often goes well, and there is little at stake for both parties if one were to disengage from the other. The Buildup Phase The second phase is all about increasing the connection between the two companies. There may be more monetary transactions taking place between the firms and more sharing of knowledge. The Mature Phase After the buildup phase, companies often get a gauge of optimal interaction and prefer to remain constant at that level. Firms will have stable transactions over a period without one firm encroaching upon the other's territory. In this phase, both firms are reaping the greatest rewards from collaboration, and fluidly interacting for mutual benefit. The Dissolution Phase The last phase occurs when one firm's growth flattens out. Firms grow suspicious of one another and oftentimes pull back because the benefit isn't as fruitful or apparent as it once was. Building Rapport: Helpful or Harmful While building rapport is essential and can grease the wheels of a partnership, you can have too much of a good thing. Sometimes rapport between partners can lead them to make irrational economic choices, throw their clients under the bus, and even discard their morals. In a recent study, Sandy Jap, Goizueta marketing professor Ryan Hamilton, and Wharton professor Diana Robertson were interested in analyzing the relationship between a buyer and a seller. Most often we think that negotiations should begin by building rapport; however, sometimes focusing too heavily on creating a sound relationship with the person with whom you are partnering may not be in your or your client's best interest. The experiment used the common Bullard Houses framework, where negotiators attempt to make a deal between a condo owner and a potential purchaser- a deal that using sound negotiating practices should end at an impasse. What Jap and her team found was that when you build rapport, you and your partner may become so overtaken with the importance of building the relationship that's right in front of you that you'll prioritize that relationship over the requests of the client who may not be present. Instead of accepting an impasse, you will move forward with less-than-optimal terms. In fact, at times, the study reported negotiators engaging in unethical behaviors such as lying to one another, misrepresenting details, and over-promising just to appease the other person. Ultimately, the result of these behaviors was that the client's best interests were compromised. Tips to Preserving Partnerships: Extending the Mature Phase The Building Blocks Ultimately, organizations are made up of people. We can think of the relationships between people as the building blocks for what's happening at an organizational level. In partnerships, relationships need healthy frequency, a controlled amount of positive rapport, and an appropriate level of clarity in mutually beneficial goals. Relationships at any level take effort from both sides – and this is true for businesses too. Safeguard Interests Partners can use several tools to ensure they reap the benefits of collaboration. The most common safeguard is to use a contract and identify what happens when things do or do not work out. A relationship map is a more in-depth tool that sets expectations upfront. As an example, at Cisco they start all relationships by asking questions like: Conflict If conflict comes up, how will it be resolved? What would be a suitable escalation path? Who's going to get involved? What's the speed of escalation in various situations? Changes How can we effectively manage changes and assumptions? What's the framework for discussing changes in goals, desires or needs? Investments What if we have long term investments at stake? How will we handle that? How will we remedy investment imbalances? Communication How often should we be in communication? Weekly? Monthly? Quarterly? What are the follow up protocols? Who at various levels of the organization should be talking to whom? When it comes to having a successful partnership, you need to put the work in. You can either pay the price upfront in terms of establishing it well or you can pay the price on the back end when everything falls apart. Reciprocal Investing: The Golden Bullet? Research shows that one of the main ways that partnerships succeed is through reciprocal investment. When organizations dedicate resources to preserving the relationship: human capital, equipment, and new logistical patterns, this goes a long way in strengthening the partnership. Monetary and temporal investments ensure both parties are feeling valued and important, but these investments must be non-fungible: the organization cannot just take those investments and easily redeploy them to another relationship; they lose value if either partner walks away. Exiting Respectfully: Dissolution is Sometimes Inevitable When two firms agree to disengage from collaboration, they should consider the real reasons for dissolution. Each partner needs to be upfront about their perspective and challenges to ensure the maintenance of a positive reputation for future partnerships: it is mutually beneficial to exit respectfully. To learn more about Goizueta Business School and how principled leaders are driving positive change in business and society, visit goizueta.emory.edu.
In this Fine Episode: We review our experience of the Smoky Mountain Bigfoot Conference, theorize why Russia is leaving the ISS, take a deeper look at UAP/UFO false flags and share some Art Bell goodness. You're listening to CreepGeeks Podcast This is Season 6 Episode 251: Smoky Mtn Bigfoot, Russia leaving ISS, UFO False Flag, and Art Bell. I'm Greg and I'm Omi! Hello! Please take a second and Vote for us at Paranomality's Favorite Podcast of the month contest! Here's a link- Vote For Your Favorite Paranormal Podcast We'd appreciate it! Thank you to our Patreon Supporters: Dav, John, Isiss, John, Bobby, and Phil! Want to Support the podcast? Join us on Patreon! CreepGeeks Paranormal and Weird News is creating Humorous Paranormal Podcasts, Interviews, and Videos! What is the CreepGeeks Paranormal and Weird News Podcast? We broadcast paranormal news and share our strange experiences from our underground bunker in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Hey Everyone! You can call the show and leave us a message! 1-575-208-4025 Use Amazon Prime Free Trial! Did you know YOU can support the CreepGeeks Podcast with little to no effort? Won't cost you anything! When you shop on Amazon.com use our affiliate link and we get a small percentage! It doesn't change your price at all. It helps us to keep the coffee flowing and gas in the Albino Rhino! CreepGeeks Podcast is an Amazon Affiliate CheapGeek and CreepGeeks Amazon Page's Amazon Page We've got Bigfoot Coffee! Support the Show: CreepGeeks Swag Shop! Website- CREEPGEEKS PARANORMAL AND WEIRD NEWS Hey everyone! Help us out! Rate us on iTunes! CreepGeeks Paranormal and Weird News Podcast on Apple Podcasts CreepGeeks After Podcast Dinner is: The WHOLE FREEZER Amazing Art Bell shows on Spotify and other places- art bell tape vault - Listen on Spotify - Linktree Want to know more about Art Bell? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Bell Smoky Mountain Bigfoot Recap- *Do Bigfoot bury their dead? - -Humans do and why? Predators Scavengers Cannibalism? Stench and decay Stay hidden Emotional Spiritual Animals that bury their dead or funeral practices. When did we start burying the dead? Russia leaving the ISS? Why? Too Expensive Poorly built Soviet sections? Partnering with China, Russia can't build it on its own. Probably about 10-12 years in development. Unless China has already started Ukraine war China is building a station with offensive capabilities and Russia benefits from the Partnership. UFO False Flag - Mike Bara Pentagon ‘UFO' videos & alien invasion warnings are ‘cover-up' for something MORE sinister, aerospace engineer claims Two UFO UAP ideas that don't make sense. Navigation lights and that secret military craft or Aliens actually adhere to FAA rules. Since no human can withstand the problems with excessive G forces it must be Alien. Killer Robots are Inevitable Watch: Robotic Patrol Dog Humans weaponizing robots is already happening. AI Drones, Robot Dogs, Cars, Boats, Underwater Submersibles Looking for something unique and spooky? Check out Omi's new Etsy, CraftedIntent: CraftedIntent: Simultaneously BeSpoke and Spooky. by CraftedIntent This Patron-supported episode is brought to you by Dav, Isiss, James, Bobby, John, and John! We really appreciate their Patronage! Get Something From Amazon Prime! CheapGeek and CreepGeeks Amazon Page's Amazon Page Cool Stuff on Amazon -Squatch Metalworks Microsquatch Keychain: Microsquatch Keychain Bottle Opener with Carabiner. Laser-cut, stone-tumbled stainless steel. DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN THE USA. Amazon Influencer! CheapGeek and CreepGeeks Amazon Page's Amazon Page Instagram? Creep Geeks Podcast (@creepgeekspod) • Instagram photos and videos Omi Salavea (@omi.salavea) • Instagram photos and videos CreepGeeks Podcast (@creepgeekspodcast) TikTok | Watch CreepGeeks Podcast's Newest TikTok Videos Need to Contact Us? Email Info: email@example.com Attn Greg or Omi Want to comment about the show? firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org https://teespring.com/stores/creepgeeks-podcast-store Music: Music is Officially Licensed through Audiio.com. License available upon request. #ghost, #ghosts, #paranormal #creepgeeks Tags: ghost, ghosts, paranormal, creepgeeks, april fools, paranormal news,
Teamwork is one of the most powerful ways to succeed in real estate because a team can accomplish things you could have never done alone. The wealthiest real estate investors have known this all along, which is why they have been forming partnerships for centuries. However, it has not been easy for ordinary investors to group invest until today's guest began making his dream a reality!Travis Smith and his brothers wanted to begin investing in real estate, but none of them had enough capital to go at it alone, so they decided to pool their minds and money. After 3 long months of struggling to form an LLC and organize their funds, they finally were able to start searching for deals.However, Travis knew there had to be a better way, which led him to found TribeVest!TribeVest is a collaborative group investing platform that enables friends and family to organize as an investor group, pool money, and manage joint investments in as little as two days!In today's episode, we discuss…How to find partners who have strengths that are compatible with yoursWhat drew Travis and his brothers toward real estate investingWhy lowering the barriers of entry into real estate is one of Travis' passionsThe craziest investments ever made on TribeVest!If you want to hear the story of how a market-disrupting technology is created and learn why TribeVesting might be the best entry into real estate for you, this episode may lead to endless possibilities!Keep Making Milestones, Ben MalechIf you want to learn more about Travis, you can find him at:TribeVest: https://www.tribevest.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/travissmithmovethechannel/To learn more about Ben, connect with him through:Ben's Website: https://benmalech.com/Ben's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-malech/Ben's email: email@example.comResources Mentioned:The Lean Start-Up - Eric RiesRich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert KiyosakiShownotes:0:50 - Meet Travis Smith2:05 - What is TribeVest?3:30 - Partnering with people to invest4:30 - Building wealth with your family or friends7:25 - Advantages of forming a team10:30 - What it takes to be a real estate investor 12:30 - The magic of looking for deals16:40 - The shift to the investor mindset19:00 - How TribeVest works21:30 - Who would benefit from TribeVest?24:00 - Investing in racehorses and whisky with TribeVest?27:30 - How TribeVest manages your money30:15 - Lightning Round!33:15 - Advice if you are starting out35:30 - Pain + Reflection = Growth36:40 - Tribevest in its final form
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Robert Dilenschneider, founder of The Dilenschneider Group and strategic advisor to Fortune 500 companies. Robert Dilenschneider talks about the most effective way to use public relations to benefit organizations. Robert also shared the importance of engaging the community and how to use the power of words to more clearly communicate the organization's message. Finally, Robert Dilenschneider addressed the specific skill sets that public relations leaders need today. Some highlights:-Robert Dilenschneider's early career in public relations with Hill and Knowlton, becoming the firms CEO and eventually launching his public relations agency -The significant changes in public relations over the years -Robert Dilenschneider on why organizations need to take a stand on what they want to communicate-The essential elements in engaging the community -The struggles that organizations face in reaching potential customers-Determining the right words for effective public relations-How to position public relations messages for greater social media reach -Robert Dilenschneider on the importance of prioritizing internal communicationsConnect with Robert Dilenschneider:Dilenschneider Group WebsiteRobert Dilenschneider Personal WebsiteRobert Dilenschneider's Published Books on AmazonRobert Dilenschneider on TwitterRobert Dilenschneider on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:https://mahantavakoli.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahan/ More information and resources are available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: https://www.partneringleadership.com/
Welcome back to the Everyday Oral Surgery Podcast! During today's episode, we are joined by Dr. Bill Jordan, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Sugar Land, Texas. He is here today to discuss the rise of management groups and venture capital groups in recent years. Join us today to hear how to determine if bringing in practice management or a venture capital group is right for you. Dr. Jordan shares his own experience and goes into detail about how US Oral Surgery Management partners with practices. You'll learn why it's important for you to understand some of how your practice will be valued from a private equity standpoint and get some great tips on assessing whether a company is right for you to bring in. We touch on a management company's role in providing support for reaching your goals, the reality of debt among young surgeons, and limiting burnout through hiring the assistance you need. Join us to hear all this and more today! Key Points From This Episode:An introduction to today's guest, Dr. Bill Jordan, oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Today's topic: the rise of management groups and venture capital groups in the last few years.Dr. Jordan weighs in on the first question you should ask yourself: is this right for me?His experience in dealing with practice management and venture capital. What US Oral Surgery does when they consult with your business. Why you need to understand some of how your practice will be valued from a private equity perspective.The importance of looking at a company's management history before bringing them in.Why, if you are offered dividends, you really need to understand what that entails.The reality of debt among young surgeons.How the support of practice management can help you achieve your goals.Why your work as a surgeon will be saddled by the debt you have to repay.Limiting burnout by relying on management support.The unique opportunity to network with other surgeons.A word of caution around rules around itinerant surgery and post-ops according to the CPC.Why it is so important to be reachable for your patients.How what you do as a surgeon can impact the entire community of oral and maxillofacial surgeons.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:US Oral Surgery Management — https://www.usosm.com/Everyday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/everydayoralsurgery/?hl=en Everyday Oral Surgery on Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/EverydayOralSurgery/ Dr. Grant Stucki Email — firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059
Gennova Biopharma's founder CEO Sanjay Singh talks to Scrip on developing the first Indian and the world's third mRNA vaccine against COVID-19, following Moderna and Pfizer. After a couple of years in the US at The National Institutes of Health, he returned to set up the company, which is looking at using the technology against cancer and infectious diseases like dengue and is now being sought by funds/companies for an equity stake https://scrip.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/SC146770/CEO-Of-Indias-mRNA-Pioneer-Gennova-On-Cancer-Vaccines-VC-Interest
This special condensed episode of Ultimate Guide to Partnering® highlights some of the best nuggets from my interview with Darren Mowry, a top Google Sales Leader investing in partners to fuel hyper-growth. Darren has held leadership roles at all three hyper scalers and joins to help us better differentiate his organization's approach and why partners of all types and SaaS vendors should invest in building partnerships with Google. This is a special Twenty-Seven-Minute MASTERCLASS on Achieving Your Greatest Results with Google.
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Growing up in a family-owned business etched a sense of ownership and responsibility in Tracy Tanner's core being. It also explains why when you read through her bio, you will discover such varied experience, “We truly wore all hats”. Like in her upbringing, Tracy started her career with the conscious decision to experience all sides of the technology supply chain. Beginning in retail, she jumped at the chance to go through a rigorous training that exposed her to every aspect of the business. “I felt right at home at Micro Center.” Tracy stayed with this philosophy of absorbing what she could when transitioning to other companies. Her knowledge then extended from companies in retail to software publishing, re-seller, and distribution spaces. Her mindset is client satisfaction, process improvement, and profitability are of utmost importance. She was consistently looking at improvements outside of her immediate responsibility. Because of this approach, she often would be tapped on the shoulder by the C-Suite executives to share her programs and insights. She always credits her fellow employees for being instrumental in making key decisions that brought success. “Finding what makes a fellow team member engaged and interested in taking the responsibility, ownership and pride is the best contribution you can make to a company. Once that is accomplished, the sky is the limit as to the successes achieved.” T aking a step back from her career to raise her son did not stop her from contributing to the community. Not only volunteering at her son's schools, but she also got involved at The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity and ultimately was asked to join the executive board. She quickly became known as a key strategic driver, guiding the team through its planning process. Tracy currently volunteers for programs at various universities in Southern California that are focused on entrepreneurship. She has also provided business consulting for small-medium sized businesses so they may realize their dreams. “My own personal dream is to continue providing people of all ages the ability to tap into their inner-creative self. Partnering with Jean Pierre and Deborah, gives us an even stronger foundation to pool our resources and become known as disruptors in education.” Learn more at www.kolena.com The Disrupt Education Podcast is a proud member of The EdUp Experience Podcast Network #rebelteachernetwork Check out our sponsors below spikeview You are more than a grade and test score. Colleges, internships, jobs, any opportunity needs to see that! Head to www.spikeview.com and build your portfolio for FREE and start heading towards your dreams today! Capital One Venture Card! I use the Capital One Venture card and I LOVE IT! The travel perks are great! I use them a lot! You should grab yourself a Capital One Venture card! It's easy and the miles roll in right away! Get approved and help me out by checking out the link below! https://capital.one/3uVxHWz --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/disrupt-educ/support
In the episode, Michael speaks with DeLinda Forsythe, the CEO and Founder of "ICE", Innovative Commercial Environments about how the Conscious Capitalism movement inspired her to launch a purpose-driven organization that cares about its people, customers, and community. DeLinda talks about the launch of her business and the principles that have contributed to its growth, including mentorship that facilitates leadership and growth. DeLinda also discusses her book titled "Inspiring Generational Leadership: Your Guide to Design a Conscious Culture" and how her organization's growth inspired its principles and best practices. Key Takeaways Create a personal brand based on ethics, integrity, consistency, and follow through. Develop a lexicon, a language to define and sustain your organization's growth. Listening and mutual respect among your team enhances the employee experience and improves retention. Quotes I started ICE because I wanted to create a workplace that I had always imagined but never experienced. - DeLinda What we do for a living is create beautiful office spaces for our customers and for their employees to transcend the ordinary. - DeLinda The corporation exists not necessarily for profit, but for a higher purpose and that purpose is to elevate humanity. - DeLinda Book Mentioned in the Episode Inspiring Generational Leadership: Your Guide to Design a Conscious Culture Check it out here! Official Website: https://www.delindaforsythe.com/book Amazon: www.amazon.com/Inspiring-Generational-Leadership-Conscious-Culture/dp/1631956213 Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/50977354-compete-every-day Featured in this Episode DeLinda Forsythe Founder and CEO of Innovative Commercial Environments Personal Website: https://www.delindaforsythe.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/delinda-forsythe-3aa05211 Company Website: https://www.icesd.com Email: email@example.com Michael Kurland CEO and Founder of Branded Group, Inc., Host of "Be Better with Michael Kurland" podcast Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikekurland Website: www.branded-group.com Words from Our Host Thank you for tuning in. I hope that today's episode inspired you to become a purpose-driven leader in your career or your community. There's no doubt that when we lead with purpose, we can change lives. If you enjoyed today's show, I'd be grateful if you would take a moment to rate us on your preferred listening platform to learn more about Branded-Group's better experience and how we provide industry-leading On-Demand facility maintenance, construction management, and special project implementation. Visit us at www.branded-group.com. Be sure to follow us on social media, and you can also reach out to me directly on LinkedIn. Until next time, be better. Chapters 00:00 Intro 01:03 DeLinda's background 06:48 Being creative 11:44 Partnering with a big manufacturer 13:03 Promoting people to high positions 19:53 Overview of DeLinda's book” Inspiring Generational Leadership” 29:56 How to reach DeLinda
In today's episode Tony shares the 3 step process that has allowed him to constantly stay ahead in the social media game. Here's what we covered in this content rich conversion You'll learn the best way to come up with trending content. How often you should post and on what platforms. The key metrics to measure and what questions you should be asking your new patients to find out how they really heard about your practice. The biggest mistakes that chiropractors make with their communication that confuses the community and turns them away. And heaps heaps more. Enjoy the episode. Thanks for all you do. Keep saving lives. Angus Links: Website: www.premierwellnesschiro.com Facebook: Premier.Wellness.Chiropractic Join our Facebook Group: Pediatric Chiropractic Today Instagram: drt.pxkidchiro Bio: Dr. Tony Ebel is a Pediatric and Wellness Certified Chiropractor who specializes in and has extensive education, experience, and passion in neuro-developmental disorders and other special needs cases, as well as general pediatric, pregnancy, and family wellness care. Dr. Tony truly runs and operates his dream practice (one of the largest pediatric practices in the county) or what he also now terms “the practice of the future” for chiropractic. Partnering with Dr. David Jackson, Dr. Tony co-created the first ever online pediatric training program, Epic Pediatrics. He again joined with Dr. Jackson and his incredible practice-building and training program, Epic Accelerators, as an Epic Coach. Having himself benefited tremendously from his 3 years as an Epic Accelerator Client, it was time for him to simply turn around and “lend a hand up” to as many chiropractors as possible in this area as well. Tony's amazing wife Kristina keeps his craziness in check, three incredibly beautiful and gifted daughters Addison, Alaina, and Emilia, and an amazing little boy Oliver who himself went through “the perfect storm” spending 6 weeks in the NICU with a very grave prognosis of seizures and severe neurological damage and delays, only to come through that with zero seizures or developmental delays thanks to the early application of Pediatric Chiropractic. He is a health and wellness “junkie” who loves CrossFit, reading and learning, spending time with his family, and sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today our guest is Jamie Brown, Assistant Principal at Bluffton High School in South Carolina. We talk to Jamie about the importance of blending SEL w/ Character Ed to build the Whole Teacher, so you can develop the Whole Child, and then in turn, partner with the Whole Community. He also shares ways that we can continue to remix the soundtrack of education by putting a focus on relationships. A champion of Social-Emotional Learning & Character Education, Jamie's dedication to School Culture Revitalization and Whole Child Development supported NJ Public Education for 20 years as a teacher, PEER Leadership Coordinator and district administrator. He is an author with Road to Awesome Publishing, speaker, coach and promoter of empathy and inclusion among educators, students and the community. Jamie is the founder of Accept University, a presentation series promoting inclusion and empathy in schools, which earned a National Promising Practice from Character.org. Residing in the Hilton Head Island area, Jamie is the proud Assistant Principal at Bluffton High School, SC.
FATF (the Financial Action Task Force) has issued a report: Partnering in the Fight Against Financial Crime – Data Protection, Technology and Private Sector Information Sharing. The report discusses the importance of balancing privacy with the need for financial services providers to share information to help stop the spread of financial crime. John and Elliot discuss the goals of the reported activities and the focus of several of the case studies set out in the report.
This is Eric Golden and my guest today is Fonz. Fonz is the founder of Tokenproof, which lets NFT owners prove their ownership online and at events without exposing their wallets or tokens. I used the service at ApeFest last month and was blown away by how seamless it was. If you haven't already listened to it, I recommend pairing this episode with our conversation on tokengating with Alex Danco. Please enjoy my conversation with Fonz. 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 Coinbase Prime. Coinbase Prime combines advanced trading, battle-tested custody, financing, and prime services in a single solution. Clients have used our comprehensive investing platform to execute some of the largest trades in the industry because they are the only publicly-traded company with experience trading and custodying crypto assets at scale. Get started with Coinbase Prime today at coinbase.com/prime. ----- 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 | @ericgoldenx | @patrick_oshag Show Notes [00:02:20] - [First question] - How things have changed at ApeFest thanks to Tokenproof [00:04:35] - Getting tickets through tokengating [00:07:56] - His story and what led to the development of his technology [00:13:33] - Explaining the power of tokengating with NFTs [00:15:34] - Future use-cases for NFT's tokengating [00:17:03] - Partnering with brands [00:19:14] - How artists/athletes/celebrities could game fame [00:20:52] - Barriers that exist in the entertainment world relating to NFTs [00:23:11] - Exciting potential use cases for NFT monetization [00:24:26] - Can NFT's be used for lower priced items [00:26:57] - Early reactions to Tokenproof [00:31:51] - Lessons from the ApeFest event [00:34:00] - Future of ApeFest and other events like it [00:36:17] - Could this tech work without the blockchain [00:39:12] - Could Tokenproof be used for ticket trading in the future [00:41:19] - Could they partner with a Ticketmaster or similar entity [00:42:47] - Connecting a wallet to Tokenproof [00:45:17] - How was Tokenproof received by users? [00:46:47] - Using this for digital vs real-world events [00:48:51] - Monetization for Tokenproof [00:49:54] - What Fonz is most excited to build
Make time to settle in for the duration of this fascinating conversation with Kaffe Fassett and Brandon Mably. Learn how Kaffe chose his name, about how a chance meeting on a train changed his life, and about the three women that had a profound effect on him and his career. Hear the story of Kaffe and Brandon's worlds combining and the genesis of an enduring partnership.And then there are the inspirations, their work with Oxfam, the famous exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, visions into the world of colors, and the things that still take their breath away.Partnering with BERNINA was destiny for both parties…with a lot of help and encouragement along the way…Kaffe takes us through this journey.Let Kaffe tell you about his brand-new book…and hear Kaffe and Brandon share, right here on Sew & So, their announcement about multiple upcoming exhibitions This entire, colorful conversation is sure to be one that you'll carry with you for a long time!If you know someone who has an outstanding story that should be shared on this podcast, or you have a comment about any of our episodes, drop Meg a note at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form on our website. Be sure to subscribe to, rate, and review this podcast too!
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Susan McPherson, Founder, and CEO of McPherson Strategies, Serial Connector, Communications Expert, and Author of The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships. Susan McPherson shares the power of building authentic relationships and fostering meaningful connections. Susan also talks about the three phases of proactively connecting with people and how to go beyond our bubbles. Finally, Susan shares what leaders must do to promote greater connection within their teams and organizations.Some highlights:-Susan McPherson on working for the late Senator Kennedy-Why it is essential to build a solid reciprocal relationship-Susan McPherson on factors that have contributed to a loss of human connection -The difference between networking and truly connecting -The importance of connecting with people outside of your bubble-Susan McPherson on why we need to reconnect with people in our network -The impact of the pandemic on connections within organizations-Susan McPherson's on the importance of leadership authenticity Mentioned:Michael Roderick (Listen to Michael Roderick's episode on Partnering Leadership here)Rob Cross (Listen to Rob Cross' episode on Partnering Leadership here)Connect with Susan McPherson:McPherson Strategies WebsiteThe Lost Art of Connecting Book WebsiteThe Lost Art of Connecting on AmazonSusan McPherson on TwitterSusan McPherson on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:https://mahantavakoli.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahan/ More information and resources are available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: https://www.partneringleadership.com/
I've had the great good fortune to sit down with innumerable heroes. Not sure anyone is more beloved by… everyone… than Ed Begley Jr. Notes and messages flooded in before, during, and after the Live. Besides being a gifted actor in all genres, 7x Emmy Award Nominee, Ed's a spectacular human who walks the talk like no one I've ever known. We addressed the Covid, how it impacted his life, and career––not much it turns out, the man who never stops working, didn't! Even getting the virus recently barely slowed him down. Ed's miraculous one-hour post-Paxlovid cocktail “cure” is hopeful and inspiring. Currently, on the air in Better Call Saul, and Young Sheldon, Ed's got an exciting film in the can he couldn't yet talk about, a memoir in the works with a hinted-at story alone worth the price of admission, a film he's about to say, “yes” to, and, a promised Part 2 here with us. We went back to Ed's youth, his Academy Award Winning brilliant father, Ed Begley, a conservationist of a somewhat different variety who instilled in Ed the activism he's carried forth with gusto from the first Earth Day to today… with everything from the car he drives, the food he grows and eats, the home he built, the products he uses, we'd be hard pressed to find Ed cheating on his beliefs, anywhere. His unwavering commitment to being of service was modeled by his beloved sister. A hysterical walk down memory lane, from his first gig (My Three Sons at 10!) to the rocky next 6 years––HA! Partnering and killing with Michael Richards, yeah, that one, to opening rock shows for 18 thousand people, to the drinking and pot, which had gotten quite excessive, to how he gave it up and got sober 42 or is it 43, years ago. Scratching the surface of his brilliant career with The In-Laws, his relationship with Alan Arkin and Peter Falk, when the clock struck 6. A promised Part 2 awaits, and I promise, I shan't let it slip. Ed is a human to admire, adore, emulate, and if lucky, hang with. I cherish this time with him, and all time with him, and can't wait for more. Ed Begley Jr. Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson Wednesday, 7/20/22, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3yOz6S0 All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/
In this episode, I dive deep into a great conversation with Elena Armijo, and we discuss many different topics on business, but the main one for everyone to tune into is the importance of culture, what is a culture of a business, and how we develop it and much more. We also defined what is leadership and how do we lead and are we all leaders? When we look at our lives, culture is in everything we do. I have always said, "If you treat your relationships, especially marriage, like a business, it thrives." In this episode, you will see a part of what I mean by the quote above and how culture can play a role, and much more. If you are new to the podcast, subscribe, so you don't miss any of the great episodes we are releasing! And if you felt inspired by this episode, pay it forward by sharing with someone you know that can benefit! Who is Elena Armijo? Elena Armijo, Professional Certified Coach (PCC), member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator has a strong track record of supporting clients and organizations in creating impact, culture shifts and leadership development. Her unique ability to identify common patterns while generating new awareness and re-invention leaves clients with the ability to make stronger choices, clearer decisions and powerful steps toward their desired outcomes. Elena offers in-depth and customized executive programs for high performers who are at the top of their respective fields – from CEOs of leading businesses to professional athletes, policy-focused individuals, entertainers and artists, and more. Partnering with Elena, these clients have created and achieved the professional and personal impact in the world they once perceived unattainable. As a leader and trainer with Accomplishment Coaching© and CHIEF Core Guide Facilitator, Elena continues to expand her work with teams across the world. How to Connect with Elena? Website: ElenaArmijo.com FB: www.Facebook.com/CoachingWithElena Instagram: www.Instagram.com/elena.armijo Linkedin: www.Linkedin.com/in/elena-Armijo ------------------------------------------------- Connect with Dr. Vic... Website: www.EmpowerYourReality.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com/drvicmanzo Instagram: www.Instagram.com/drvicmanzo LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/in/drmanzo TikTok: www.TikTok.com/@drvicmanzo To visit Dr. Vic's Book on Amazon, check out the link below: https://amzn.to/3y6Bxir About Dr. Vic... I'm Dr. Vic Manzo Jr., a Business Mindset Coach, Self-Mastery Expert, Influential Author, Inspirational Speaker, and the host and creator of The Mindful Experiment Podcast and The Mindful Chiropractor Podcast. I help business owners shift their mindsets to unleash their potential and manifest their dream life. I go deeper to uncover their beliefs, blocks, behaviors, habits, and patterns of thinking that prevent them from living the life or creating the business they like to experience. From there, I use a box of tools to help reprogram the mind, reshift focus, teach spiritual truths and bring quantum physics into the mix to unveil their true potential and then, make that a reality. If you are ready for a breakthrough and want to achieve your dream life without the sacrifice, grind, and hustle while increasing your fulfillment in life, let's jump on a 30-minute FREE coaching call. Click the link to schedule today! www.CallWithDrVic.com
Micro influencers can generate organic distribution for your brand and lead to compelling partnerships. The paid per post model is dead, but you'll get excited about the new model that focuses on genuine product adopters. Taylor Lagace joins us to share how micro influencers can grow your business. He is the co-founder of Kynship, an influencer marketing agency where stop paying for likes and start paying for sales. He's handled the marketing for several NFL stars and helps companies generate millions in revenue. What You Will Learn:Who is considered a micro influencer (you don't need as big of an audience as you think) The new micro influencer model that maximizes engagement and conversion rates Ways to look at your data to increase your sales Resources:https://www.kynship.co (Kynship) https://www.taggermedia.com (Tagger influencer tool) https://www.facebook.com/creators/tools/brand-collabs-manager (FB Brand Collabs Manager) https://mightyscout.com (Mighty Scout) -- we talked about this resource during our post-convo Learn how to make 6-figures with your content: https://www.contentmarketingplaza.com/ (contentmarketingplaza.com)
Jean Oelwang spent years working with some of the most successful partnerships. Their technical skills or expertise were not their most important trait. She tells Kevin they all had the superpower to forge deep connections, to truly partner to make themselves better. Her research found six degrees of connection common to the most significant partnerships of any type: business associations, romantic partners, friends, and family. Key Points In this episode, Jean shares the importance of partnering. She discusses the 6 degrees of connection with emphasis on Celebrating Friction and Magnetic Moments. She talks about the importance of building connections virtually. Meet Jean Name: Jean Oelwang Her Story: Jean Oelwang is the author of Partnering: Forge the Deep Connections That Make Great Things Happen. She is the President and Founding CEO of Virgin Unite and a B Team Leader. She sits on the Advisory Council of The Elders and on several boards including RMI, Just Capital, and Virgin Unite. Worth Mentioning: https://pluswonder.org/ https://www.instagram.com/jeanoelwang/
Jean Oelwang and I discuss the power of partnering along with the importance of who and what you will love into being on this episode of Passion Struck with John R. Miles. Brought to you by AppSumo's application marketplace (https://social.appsumo.com/passion), Gusto's all-in-one HR solution (https://www.gusto.com/passionstruck), the Policygenius insurance comparison website (https://www.policygenius.com/), and Indeed the platform for hiring (https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck). Jean Oelwang is the president and founding CEO of Virgin Unite, co-founder of Plus Wonder, and a B Team Leader. She sits on the Advisory Council for The Elders and several company boards, including RMI, Ocean Unite, Just Capital, and Virgin Unite. She is the author of the new book PARTNERING: Forge the Deep Connections that Make Great Things Happen. * Purchase Partnering: https://amzn.to/3uT9mTm (Amazon Link) - proceeds support the non-profit Plus Wonder. --► Get the full show notes: https://passionstruck.com/jean-oelwang-what-will-you-love-into-being/ --► Subscribe to My Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283 *Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/passionstruck. Thank you to our sponsors *AppSumo - Head to https://social.appsumo.com/passion for 10% off already discounted prices. *Gusto - Go to https://www.gusto.com/passionstruck for three months of free payroll, benefits, and HR. *Indeed - Head to https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck, where you can receive a $75 credit to attract, interview, and hire in one place. *Policygenius - Save 50% or more on life insurance at https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck. I discuss Jean Owelwang's new book Partnering. Jean Oelwang joins the Passion Struck podcast to discuss how to forge the deep connections that make great things happen through system change. Jean explains the impact of Virgin Unite on uniting people and entrepreneurial ideas to create opportunities for a better world. Jean examines some of these collaborations like The Elders, Ocean Unite, The B Team, Caribbean Climate Smart Accelerator, Ben and Jerry, President Jimmy Carter and his wife Roselyn, and Unite BVI, which have spurred much-needed change in the world. 0:00 Announcements 2:52 Introducing Jean Oelwang 4:43 Becoming founding CEO of Virgin Unite 8:35 Story of the Elders' creation 10:32 Magnetic moments 12:42 Interviewing President and Rosalyn Carter 15:23 The importance of adult play in partnerships 20:20 Sherwood Rowland and Mario Molina discovered that CFCs destroyed the ozone layer 26:17 The first solar flight called Solar Impulse 30:52 Relationship of love in strong partnerships 34:34 Virtues on purpose 36:56 Epidemic of chronic loneliness 41:00 Importance of systems change 44:19 Forming of the B-Team 48:51 TED's Audacious Project 56:23 Last Mile Health 1:00:03 Why the millions of moments matter 106:37 Wrap up and synthesis Where you can find Jean Oelwang: * Virgin Unite: https://unite.virgin.com/unite/person/jean-oelwang * Plus Wonder: https://pluswonder.org/ * Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanOelwang * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeanoelwang/ * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VirginUnite * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jean-oelwang/ Links from the show * My interview with Jeff Walker on the importance of collaboration in systems change: https://passionstruck.com/jeffrey-c-walker-collaboration-systems-change/ * My interview with Sara Mednick Ph.D. on the power of the downstate and its impact on performance and health: https://passionstruck.com/sara-mednick-recharge-your-brain-body/ * My interview with Katy Milkman Ph.D. on how to create lasting behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/katy-milkman-behavior-change-for-good/ * My interview with David Yaden Ph.D. on self-transcendence, psychedelics, and behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/david-yaden-on-self-transcendence-experiences/ * My interview with Michael Slepian Ph.D.: https://passionstruck.com/michael-slepian-the-secret-life-of-secrets/ * My interview with Admiral Sandy Stosz on how to lead in unchartered waters: https://passionstruck.com/admiral-sandy-stosz-leader-with-moral-courage/ * My solo episode on why micro choices matter: https://passionstruck.com/why-your-micro-choices-determine-your-life/ * My solo episode on why you must feel to heal: https://passionstruck.com/why-you-must-feel-to-find-emotional-healing/ -- Welcome to Passion Struck podcast, a show where you get to join me in exploring the mindset and philosophy of the world's most inspiring everyday heroes to learn their lessons to living intentionally. 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Secure your ticket to my Live Out Loud Live Event 2022! https://bit.ly/lolliveevent22 Join my Ignite Membership!! https://bit.ly/ignitelol22 APPLY NOW to work with me! https://bit.ly/LOLApply thefaithfreebie.com Join Brooke's mental wellness team: https://bit.ly/MyAmare Follow Brooke on Social Media www.brookethomas.com www.facebook.com/LiveOutLoudwithBrooke www.instagram.com/liveoutloudbrooke How do we help girls know their worth and become the leaders God is calling them to be? Listen in as Erin Weidemann explains how her cancer journey ignited her faith and what inspired her to use the gift of storytelling to empower girls and women to make our greatest impact on the world! In this episode, you'll learn about… [1:29] Erin's traumatic experience with thyroid cancer [5:16] How Erin's cancer journey led her to a relationship with the Lord [10:16] The supernatural energy Erin maintained through quarantine [13:37] How Erin and Brent became partners in marriage, ministry and business [16:59] Helping girls form a meaningful connection with women of the Bible [22:41] Erin's Truth Becomes Her education platform [26:43] Giving girls the tools to study God's Word in community [29:01] Erin's Legacy Story Academy coaching program [33:21] Partnering with God to step into YOUR calling Show Notes How do we help girls know their worth? How do we help them become the leaders God is calling them to be? One powerful place to start is with story. The stories of female heroes in the Bible as well as present-day role models who are changing the world for good. Erin Weidemann is the bestselling author behind the Bible Belles book series for girls and the cocreator of the Truth Becomes Her, an education platform that provides resources to equip girls and women for their unique leadership roles. She is also Founder of Legacy Story Academy, a coaching program for high-impact people who know there's a story inside them and want to either or put it in a book or tell it on a stage. On this episode of The Live Out Loud Show, Erin joins me to share her own legacy story, walking us through her cancer journey and describing how the experience led her to a powerful relationship with the Lord. Erin explores how her books help young girls form a meaningful connection with women of the Bible and explains what it looks like to give girls the tools to study God's Word. Listen in for Erin's insight on partnering with God to step into your calling and learn to leverage the power of story to empower the girls in your sphere of influence and make your greatest impact on the world! Connect with Erin Erin's Website Erin on Instagram Erin on Facebook Heroes for Her Podcast Resources Bible Belles Truth Becomes Her Legacy Story Academy Jeremiah 29:11 John 10:10 The Live Out Loud Tribe on Facebook
This episode originally aired on "The Great Unlearn" podcast. We'll be back with a brand new season of fresh Ceremony Circle episodes this fall! *** From TV and Hip Hop radio hosting to shamanism and a spiritual awakening that saved her life, Alyson Charles joins us this week to discuss learning how to live an embodied life, and anchoring into peace and trust. She recently launched her book, Animal Power: 100 Animals to Energize Your Life and Awaken Your Soul, so we explore some of the medicine within these animals that she called in for this guide — let me just tell you, it's potent medicine y'all. Alyson and I dive into… → Holding the line for our gifts and talents to come through exactly as they are → Learning how to live from a place of divine guidance → Embodying clear and strong discernment → Her profound experience during leech therapy — shifting from fear to unconditional love and reverence → Honoring the journey that it takes to birth our ideas to life → And more! Resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmgR9Kl46rQ (• Alyson's Leech Therapy vlog) Connect with Alyson: • https://www.alysoncharles.com/ (Website) • https://www.instagram.com/iamalysoncharles/ (Instagram) • https://www.alysoncharles.com/animalpower (Animal Power) • https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ceremony-circle/id1553091721 (Ceremony Circle Podcast) Connect with Cal: • https://www.instagram.com/cal.callahan/ (Instagram) • https://www.facebook.com/thegreatunlearn (Facebook) • https://www.youtube.com/c/thegreatunlearn/ (YouTube) • https://www.thegreatunlearn.com/ (Website) • https://www.thegreatunlearn.com/newsletter (Subscribe to the newsletter) This show is produced by http://soulfireproductionsco.com/ (Soulfire Productions)
Tune in this week to discover why your thoughts about your past weight loss are the biggest roadblocks to creating confidence in this moment. I'm sharing the most common thoughts my clients come up against about the number on the scale, and how to instead start partnering with the scale so you can move towards calmness and confidence right now. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.theunstoppablemombrain.com/16
Sandie is joined by Justin Dillon to discuss new legislation that will address known forced labor in supply chains. They look at how companies can become aware and map their supply chain, various tools available on the market, and the need for a balance between educating and incentivizing corporations. Justin Dillon Justin is an entrepreneur, author, and artist. He founded the enterprise software company FRDM, with a mission of changing the world through the power of our purchases. FRDM is a business platform used by Fortune 500 companies to measure and mitigate risk of forced labor in supply chains. Justin is also the Founder and CEO of Made In A Free World, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending forced labor, human trafficking, and modern-day slavery through increased public awareness, action and advocacy. He is author of A Selfish Plan to Change the World (2017) which reveals the secret to a life of deep and lasting significance: the discovery that our need for meaning is inextricably linked to the needs of the world. Justin made his directorial debut in the film Call + Response, which revealed the world's 27 million dirtiest secrets: there are more slaves today than ever before in human history. The “rockumentary” was theatrically released around the world and became one of the top documentaries of 2008. Justin founded the nonprofit organization Slavery Footprint. Partnering with the U.S. State Department and Google, they launched a multiple-award-winning website that asks the question, “How Many Slaves Work For You?” The website and mobile app allow consumers to visualize how their consumption habits are connected to modern-day slavery. Justin has worked in technology and human rights for ten years, advising the United Nations, White House, and several Fortune 100 companies on supply chain transparency and the purpose economy. Key Points People want to do good with lives, so for advocates, its about how to get more people involved and aware. Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) "imposes various restrictions related to China's Xinjiang Uyghur region, including by prohibiting certain imports from Xinjiang and imposing sanctions on those responsible for human rights violations there." Transparency in supply chains can solves problems, other than forced labor, such as environmental climate change problems and operational problems. The Forced Labor Enforcement Task Force (FLETF) will implement a cycle of monitoring and evaluating work being done by corporations to adapt to the UFLPA bill. It is important that buyer work with their suppliers to improve their supply chain and create incentives for supplies to be transparent. As a movement, remember to celebrate the wins. Resources California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, 2010 EP. 17 - California Transparency in Supply Chains Act EP. 209 – Is Supply Chain Transparency Working? with Ben Greer EP. 195 – The Sydney Framework: Supply Chains and Sustainable Development Goal 8.7, with John McCarthy EP. 267 – The Intersection of Business and Human Rights, with John Cotton Richmond EP. 269 – Empowering Businesses to Create a Slave Free World, with Matt Friedman EP. 247 – Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking, with Ben Skinner Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Love the show? Consider supporting us on Patreon! Become a Patron Transcript Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 280, Shifting the Supply Chain Burden, with Justin Dillon. Production Credits [00:00:09] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential. Dave [00:00:30] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak. Sandie [00:00:35] And my name is Sandie Morgan.
This week brings the amazing story of Edgar Munoz. Edgar played baseball and had dreams of going professional. A couple of bad knees later and Edgar had to rethink his life. Luckily for our industry and thousands of patients, Edgar stumbled into dental technology. Opening his own lab in his garage and a lot of hard work, Edgar is now the owner of Elite Dental Studios (https://www.elitedentalstudiousa.com/). Partnering with Noritake (https://www.kuraraynoritake.com/world/)to teach ceramics, Edgar comes on to talk about his tale and the lessons he has learned along the way. Did you know Asiga (https://www.asiga.com/) has over 500 validated materials on their open material system. And it's growing everyday? By harnessing Asiga's proprietary layer monitoring technology with its smart positioning system and integrated internal radiometer, as a laboratory, you will be able to produce any indication you desire. Whether models, splints, temporaries, or even permanent crowns. Your investment will be future proofed by Asiga's rugged engineering. Providing you with a fast, accurate, and repeatable machine, with a reputation that is time tested in the laboratory industry. If you would like to learn about Asiga's machine or material offerings, please visit the website at asiga.com or contact your favorite dental reseller. The fastest growing product at Gro3X (https://www.gro3x.com/) are the Gro3X Aligners. Gro3X Aligners are only available from Gro3X Aligner certified labs: Why? Because they believe in the synergies that are being created between you, the dental office, and your lab. And they want to further leverage these synergies. Their aligners are used as a pre-treatment to a larger restorative esthetic case, to widen gaps prior to placing implants, to close a diastema, ease crowding, and simply enhance your patient's smiles. Even for your Essix retainer needs your Gro3X aligner certified lab can help. Look for a Gro3X Aligner certified lab near you, such as Castle Dental Lab (http://www.castlelab.com/) in San Antonio, TX (ask for Blaine), AMK Dental Lab (https://www.amkdentallaboratory.com/) in O'Neill, NE (ask for Anne), Staggs Dental Lab (https://www.facebook.com/staggsdental) in McCoole Maryland (ask for Derrick), AA Dental Design (https://www.aadentaldesign.com/) in Murrieta, CA (ask for Frankie), and many, many more… For a complete listing of Gro3X Aligner Certified Labs go to www.gro3x.com Whip Mix (https://www.whipmix.com/), known today for its digital equipment and materials, has been known for decades as a leader in occlusion products with its Whip Mix, Hanau, and Denar articulators and facebows (https://www.whipmix.com/product-overview/?product-cat=occlusion). The most popular of these is the Denar Mark 300 Series articulator. These popular semi-adjustable instruments are engineered for superior performance and tested thoroughly based on proven methodology. They bring a new standard of interchangeability with factory set accuracy within 20 microns. With their sleek, ergonomic design and powder-coated finish, these articulators have a contemporary look that's as durable as it is aesthetically pleasing. The Denmat Mark 320 articulator (https://www.whipmix.com/products/denar-mark-320-dental-articulator/) features Adjustable condylar inclination with 0 to 60,° and Progressive side shift fixed at 15°. The Denar Mark 300 comes complete with: Dust cover, 10 magnetic mounting plates, instructions and standard black carrying case. Head over to Whipmix.com to order one today. Special Guest: Edgar Munoz.
Brian heads to Lake Tahoe for the American Century Championship in today's extra special episode. Partnering with Airbnb, he talks with some of sports and entertainments' greatests - Adam Napier, Jerome Bettis, Jimmy Roberts, The Miz, Marcus Allen, and Vince Carter - about what brings them back year after year, and what gives them the confidence to play. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Recorded: June __ 2022 | This week Greg Olsen joins Will in the Thompson Hotel & it has been a long time coming. Will and Greg have been beefing ever since 2015 and they finally get to confront each other man to man face to face. Intro (0:00) Shoutout "no free shoutout" Segment (11:00) Taylor Segment (19:30) Tier Talk (25:00) Greg Olsen interview starts (49:50) Greg changed the Walter Payton Award forever (52:20) State of "The U" right now & why he chose Miami (57:00) Being traded from Chicago (1:12:30) Panther culture (1:18:46) Luke Kuechly & Thomas Davis (1:23:00) Playing in Seattle during covid (1:34:00) Partnering with Vince Vaughn & building a media empire (1:44:45) ----- SHOP: https://store.barstoolsports.com/collections/bussin-with-the-boys FOLLOW THE BOYS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bussinwtb Twitter: https://twitter.com/BussinWTB Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BussinWTB Website: https://www.bussinwtb.com ----- SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS: Chevy: Chevy Silverado - Learn more about the Chevy Silverado at https://barstool.link/ChevyBarstool Georgia Boots: Go to to https://barstool.link/GeorgiaBoot and use code BUSSIN for 20% off Revitalyte: Pick up Revitalyte Black Label today in-stores or online at https://store.barstoolsports.com/products/revitalyte-black-label