On this special episode of the "Send Me" podcast, host Jason Sweet is joined by SGM Matthew Williams, an active duty Green Beret of 3rd Special Forces Group, who was awarded the Medal of Honor in 2019. SGM Williams was awarded the Nation's Highest Honor for extreme valor & courage in combat while risking his own life to save others in the Shok Valley of Afghanistan in 2008; Operation "Commando Wrath." On this episode, Matt discusses his early years, his SFAS experience, Special Forces training tips, his Medal of Honor mission story, life wisdom, leadership advice, and more. It is truly an honor to interview one of America's greatest heroes still alive today; Active Duty U.S. Army Sergeant Major, Matthew Williams. "Send Me!"• Become a Patreon Donor to support us & keep the podcast going: https://www.patreon.com/socomathlete• Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/socomathlete/• Website: https://www.socomathlete.com/• Subscribe to our YouTube Channel:(With One Click!): http://www.youtube.com/c/SOCOMAthlete?sub_confirmation=1• Listen to our new Podcast on any platform: https://sendme.buzzsprout.com/• Check out our Reviews on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/socomathlete/reviews/SOCOM Athlete LLC is America's #1 resource in Special Operations career preparation. A combat-veteran owned, nationwide program, SOCOM Athlete has a vast social media & online community of individuals pursuing various careers in U.S. Special Operations spanning across the United States. Conducting over 50 Hell Day events in 12 states since 2018, SOCOM Athlete has trained over 1,000 of America's top Special Operations candidates varying from ages 15 to 39. Partnering with organizations such as USAF Special Warfare Recruiting, 3/20th Special Forces Group, 124 ASOS, Recon Sniper Foundation, and more. We offer elite online workout programs, customized meal plans, development courses, apparel, and more. Many of our students have accomplished their goals and are now serving as Special Operators in the Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Army Special Operations community. Will YOU be next? Contact us via email, social media, or in the comments below. "Send Me!"
This week on Flip the Switch, we are joined by Paula Courtney, CEO of the Verde Group. Partnering with many Fortune 100 companies, the Verde Group brings unique methods to studying consumer behavior and improving the customer experience. Rather than asking “How was your experience?” Paula and her team probe for customer dissatisfaction. Their research has demonstrated that innovating off of points of friction and restoring consumer confidence have a greater financial impact on organizations. This episode dives into the five key elements of consumer choice, knowing your customer and maintaining their loyalty. Show Notes3:13 The “Re-Imagined Consumer” and their Revised Personal Purpose6:43 The 5 Key Elements to Consumer Choice11:36 Identifying Moments that Matter in the Experience15:12 Factors that Influence Net Promoter Scores17:28 Creating Actionable Insights > Measuring Attitudes19:29 The Impact of Negative Experiences on the Bottom Line24:06 Studying the “Wow” Factor26:05 How Do You Want to Receive Customer Support?28:22 The Only Currency That Matters33:08 Unique Service Recovery Tools36:21 The Customer Super Agent40:54 Recognize, Not Reward Your Loyal Customers44:54 Paula's Billboard-----For more info on topics covered in this episode, check out:The Verde GroupVerde Group Studies and White PapersConsumers Aren't Feeling the Love, Here's How to Change That Exploring the Loyalty / CX ConnectionThe Great Payoff of Delivering Wow!The Reimagined Consumer Connect with Paula via Twitter or LinkedIn and follow the Verde Group for more insights (Twitter | LinkedIn)
The vets are back and this time, they are joined by Dr. Steven Kubiski. Today, they're discussing why not every vet does what the general public thinks they do. The vets discuss the many roles of vets outside of neutering and spaying cats and dogs. Specifically, they chat with Dr. Steven about his role as an anatomic pathologist. Dr. Steven is a senior scientist at the San Diego zoo wildlife alliance. He uses his Ph.D. in comparative pathology in his work with a group called disease investigation. In this episode, the vets ask Dr. Steven about his work in disease surveillance and diagnostic support with the zoo. They also chat about the differences between a clinical pathologist and an anatomic pathologist. Dr. Steven shares his journey through vet school, specifically how he got more involved with pathology and infectious disease studies. They chat about the different animals that Dr. Steven works with, the logistics of his work such as how he gets biological samples, as well as the process of working with government officials who are involved with wildlife management. Dr. Steven also imparts his advice for veterinary students who are interested in pathology as well as his tips for private practice vets who want to explore a pathology residency. A Closer Look at the Episode: [1:25] What does an anatomic pathologist vet do? [2:32] The difference between a clinical pathologist and an anatomic pathologist [3:31] How Dr. Steven navigates questions about clinical veterinary medicine [4:21] Disease surveillance and diagnostic support at the zoo [7:18] Did Dr. Scott and Dr. Steven plan to do private practice in their careers? [8:57] How Dr. Steven got more involved with pathology and infectious disease studies [11:55] The different animals that Dr. Steven works with [13:36] The logistics of Dr. Steven's work and how he gets biological samples [14:44] Partnering with vets at wildlife rehabilitation centers and vets from different aspects [15:24] Working with government officials involved with wildlife management [16:19] Dr. Steven's advice for veterinary students interested in pathology [19:30] Advice for private practice vets who are interested in a pathology residency
In this week's podcast, Anna speaks to Valentina Coco in the latest interview in her Escaping the 9 to 5 series. Having built her corporate career first in data analytics and insights and then in finance, Valentina is now providing leadership coaching, training and inspirational speaking to help individuals and organisations build effective teams and nurture employee wellbeing. *Resources mentioned during the episode* Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate If you're ready to start to reimagine what success could look like for you, here are some of the ways in which Anna can support you: Get private mentoring for your business – Partnering with a business coach can help you see those blind spots and get both external accountability and expert guidance to take your business to where you want it to be. www.onestepoutside.com/freeconsultation Get private career coaching – Individual coaching is fully tailored to your specific goals and desires so we can create the programme that works best for you, with the support that you need to move forwards. www.onestepoutside.com/claritycall Grab a copy of Leaving the Corporate 9 to 5 – After interviewing 50 people who have left the corporate 9 to 5 to forge their own path, Anna has collected their stories in a book that will inspire you with the possibilities that are out there and reassure you that you're not alone in looking for an alternative. www.leavingthecorporate9to5.com Join the One Step Outside the 9 to 5 Business Incubator – This is your roadmap to transitioning from a corporate job into setting up a meaningful business that will bring you more freedom, flexibility and fulfilment outside of the corporate 9 to 5. www.onestepoutside.com/9to5 Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate
In this episode, you'll hear from Jan Abernathy, Chief Communications Officer at The Browning School, a K-12 boys' school in New York City. Formerly the director of marketing and communications at The Elisabeth Morrow School in Englewood, NJ, she has presented at conferences sponsored by the National Association of Independent Schools, the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, and the New York State Association of Independent Schools. At Browning, she is a member of the Health & Safety Team, responsible for managing COVID response, and co-chaired the school's successful search for its new director of equitable practice and social impact. At EMS, she also chaired the Equity and Justice Task Force, managed the school's participation in the NAIS' Assessment of Inclusivity and Multiculturalism Survey, and led the school's NJAIS reaccreditation. She is president of New York City Independent Schools Communications Professionals, a professional association of over 100 members from schools throughout the tri-state area, and the co-founder of Black Advancement Networking Group, which works to gain further representation and greater professional growth of Black professionals in advancement roles in independent schools. Jan is chair of CASE-NAIS 2022, the most prominent international advancement conference in the independent school sector. A journalist by training, she has written for NAIS' Independent School Magazine on crisis communications (Winter 2019) and the "Black at" movement (Winter 2021). She is a trustee of Grace Church School, a JK-12 school in New York City, and was on the board of Stevens Cooperative School in Hoboken, NJ, for 13 years, spending six years as chair. Her consulting firm, Jan Abernathy Strategic Communications, provides communications and DEI counsel for educational institutions and non-profits. 3:10 - What didn't work for Jan? Podcasting! 4:38 - "If you're going to bite off more than you can chew, make sure you've thought about the workflows." 6:20 - The importance of looking outside your market (and industry) to brainstorm ideas 9:30 - What diversity is and what it isn't 12:14 - Diversity is a nuanced discussion 13:19 - "You can't sleep on it" 14:10 - Navigating the challenge of communicating DEI work 15:15 - You may have to catch up before you can communicate 16:09 - Aspirations and pitfalls 16:35 - There is no elevator pitch for DEI work 17:57 - Partnering with your school's DEI practitioner 21:35 - When you see something, say something 23:15 - What your students understand about diversity 26:05 - What Niche data is saying about how parents value student and teacher diversity 27:25 - Your loudest families may not be representative of how your community feels about diversity work 29:17 - How Millennials and Gen Xers differ on diversity 30:55 - "Sometimes a question is just a question." 31:22 - What to do when a crisis hits 35:44 - The communications director as a calming presence during a crisis 37:45 - You can't be all business when something goes wrong 39:25 - Have a plan and empower your communications leaders to take action 40:15 - The right way to partner with a crisis communications firm 41:16 - Effective school communicators must know how to navigate a crisis 45:04 - Tips for school leaders who are new to DEI work 48:00 - "If you don't understand the discipline, it's that much harder to communicate about it." Show notes are available on the Enrollment Insights Blog at niche.bz/podcast. In the Enrollment Insights Podcast, you'll hear about novel solutions to problems, ways to make processes better for students, and the questions that spark internal reflection and end up changing entire processes.
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
If you think that partnerships aren't creative strategies, you're probably gonna change your mind after this episode. Listen in as Adam Adams shares how a real estate convention changed life and why partnering is the way to go from ''I can't'' to ''How can I?''. Episode notes: The key to getting into real estate sooner How connections are made in real estate The benefits of partnering up with someone The easiest way to make money Connect with Us! To connect with Jason Lewis, please email or call him at: Phone: (303) 949-8662 Email: email@example.com Website: Ecospace We look forward to hearing from you!
There are so many different ways to invest in real estate. You can partner up with someone or you can do deals all on your own. As someone who has done thousands of real estate deals with partners and on his own, Kris Krohn walks you through the kind of arrangement that will make you the most money.
When you're a kid into art, it's hard to imagine doing that and getting paid for it like a job. (We all know that old adage about starving artists). This is possibly even more true for those who like writing poetry. You don't often hear about professional poets. Well, today's an exception. My guest Glenis Redmond is an award-winning, professional poet, and teaching artist. In this episode, she talks about being drawn to poetry from an early age, her biggest inspiration for diving into a poetry career, and how she approaches teaching poetry in workshops and the classroom. I hope you love this conversation as much as I did! 2:49 - How Glenis made the transition from counselor to professional poet artist 8:25 - The discipline of being an artist and how dialing in on your desire affects other people 10:16 - Why Glenis decided to start teaching poetry 14:22 - The intangible objective to working with teachers and students on poetry 16:23 - The keys to getting students to go deep and share their vulnerability through poetry 22:53 - Why introverts are big storytellers and the power of giving students agency 25:04 - How visual arts and poetry intersect and influence Glenis' work 32:24 - Using praise poetry as a tool to connect with visual art in the classroom 36:10 - How praise poetry speeds up the social-emotional learning process 42:12 - The artwork that changed Glenis' life Transcript at https://artclasscurator.com/86-partnering-poetry-and-visual-art/
In this week's podcast episode, Anna answers the question: how can I get more leads? If I could wave a magic wand and give you anything you wanted in your business, what would you wish for? The answer from my followers was: MORE LEADS. But what are leads? How many is ‘more'? And how CAN you get more leads? *Resources mentioned during the episode* Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate If you're ready to start to reimagine what success could look like for you, here are some of the ways in which Anna can support you: Get private mentoring for your business – Partnering with a business coach can help you see those blind spots and get both external accountability and expert guidance to take your business to where you want it to be. www.onestepoutside.com/freeconsultation Get private career coaching – Individual coaching is fully tailored to your specific goals and desires so we can create the programme that works best for you, with the support that you need to move forwards. www.onestepoutside.com/claritycall Grab a copy of Leaving the Corporate 9 to 5 – After interviewing 50 people who have left the corporate 9 to 5 to forge their own path, Anna has collected their stories in a book that will inspire you with the possibilities that are out there and reassure you that you're not alone in looking for an alternative. www.leavingthecorporate9to5.com Join the One Step Outside the 9 to 5 Business Incubator – This is your roadmap to transitioning from a corporate job into setting up a meaningful business that will bring you more freedom, flexibility and fulfillment outside of the corporate 9 to 5. www.onestepoutside.com/9to5 Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate
One of the pandemic's biggest impacts on society has been on children's social and emotional skills. All of the time spent in remote school or interacting from behind masks has been tough on developing brains and has resulted in a learning gap for this generation. Luckily, a very creative initiative from several for-profits and nonprofits […]
With all of the marketing tools available today, it can be tough to narrow in on what's going to work best for your business. It often comes down to time and money, both of which translate into more leads. It's important to spend time thinking about where you are in your real estate journey and just how much you can commit to a marketing strategy. From there you can choose what fits and start building a foundation.One key thing to remember is that whatever you focus on is what's going to get you results, no matter which strategy you choose. I'm a big fan of cold calling and it's always helped me generate leads. Cold calling is a great way to practice feeling comfortable on the phone and it's free to do yourself. There will always be people out there saying that certain marketing strategies are outdated or don't work, but if you're seeing results from something, keep going.If you're just starting out and don't have any money to spend on a marketing budget, the best thing you can do is start networking. Partnering with other people and working wholesalers can help you build solid relationships that will generate prospects and lead to deals down the road. The best advice is to just get started. I've made mistakes as I went along, but I don't regret them because I was taking massive action. I learned along the way and so can you.What's Inside:—How to narrow in on your marketing strategy.—What types of marketing work best today?—The best marketing strategies to use if you have no money.—Reactive versus proactive marketing.
Innovation in health care is being driven by technology and data. At Mayo Clinic, the Center for Digital Health is the hub for this digital transformation. "The Center for Digital Health has the vision of bringing Mayo Clinic to a global community so that we can deliver Mayo Clinic anywhere in a manner that is simple," says Dr. Bradley Leibovich, medical director for Mayo Clinic's Center for Digital Health.Current projects at the Center for Digital Health include developing a digital front door and improved consumer experience for patients, expanding virtual care, and transforming health care delivery through data and analytics.One example is Mayo Clinic's advanced care at homeprogram, which provides comprehensive care to patients in the comfort of their own homes. Partnering with Medically Home, technology-enabled services company, some patients with conditions previously managed in a hospital now have the option to transition to a home setting for care and recovery services. "This enables people who traditionally would need to be in the hospital for a serious condition to stay in their home, having nurses and physicians checking on them via technology, and having data streamed to those providers from their home," explains Dr. Leibovich. "It allows people to stay in their homes more, with their families more. It will enable them to continue working more. It will cure them faster. It will do so with less expense, less frustration. And everybody benefits if we can accomplish that."On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Leibovich discusses work that is underway at Mayo Clinic's Center for Digital Health to improve the patient's health care experience.
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Steve Robinson, former executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Chick-fil-A. Steve Robinson shared lessons from his decades-long experience leading marketing at Chick-fil-A, including stories from his book Covert Cows and Chick-fil-A: How Faith, Cows, and Chicken built an Iconic Brand. In addition, Steve Robinson shared what made Chick-fil-A culture and marketing unique and continues to help the brand differentiate in a competitive market. Some highlights:-The importance of hiring the people who fit the organization's culture and value-How Steve Robinson come up with the Blue Ocean Strategy and its vital role in the successful branding of Chick-fil-A-The impact of the leadership of Chick-fil-A's founder, Truett Cathy, on the organization's culture-Lessons that Steve Robinson learned on the 2-million dollar mistake-Steve Robinson shared marketing and business insights in building a brand that people cannot live withoutAlso mentioned in this episode:-John Rossman, author of The Amazon Way book series (Listen to John's episode on the Partnering Leadership Podcast here)-Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A-Dan Cathy, CEO of Chick-fil-A-Jimmy Collins, former president of Chick-fil-ABook by Steve Robinson:Covert Cows and Chick-fil-A: How Faith, Cows, and Chicken Built an Iconic BrandBook Resources:The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill by William Manchester, Paul ReidBlue Ocean Strategy by Renée Mauborgne and W. Chan KimBuilt to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary CompaniesThe Bible: Book of Proverbs, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, JoelConnect with Steve Robinson:S. Robinson ConsultingSteve Robinson on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
is company from a small Managed Service Provider (MSP) to over $1B in bookings and consecutive Partner of the Year status with Google. Tony and his company epitomize hyper-focus as a growth imperative to high-performance partnering.
“What I think is really interesting is how do we get PPPs out there, public private partnerships, where we bring in also the investment community from the beginning, so that we can truly shift the capital where it needs to go in order to reduce our impact.” That's from Sandrine Dixson, Co-President of the Club of Rome.” Sandrine Dixson on Electric Ladies Podcast Covid demonstrated how to get things done for all of us a lot faster: create partnerships. Co-opetition between competitors. Partnering with nations. Pooling resources, whether transporting patients to hospitals with space for them, or funding allocated for one thing moved to pandemic mitigation. We need to do the same thing, argues Sandrine Dixson, Co-President of the Club of Rome, a European-based influential organization of global leaders, including former heads of state, CEOs of major multinationals and leading foundations, and top scientists. Listen to Sandrine explain the new model of public-private partnerships we need to tackle climate change and birth the net-zero economy to Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson in this fascinating conversation. Sandrine has deep experience seeing these partnerships at work, including in her work as Director of the Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group and the EU office of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. You'll hear about: Why Sandrine thinks unusual partnerships are critical to get us to a net zero economy. What the United Nations can and should do to seize this moment when truly all the world's nations need to come together to save our shared planet. The unique role women play at this moment. Plus, insightful career advice …. “Women need to have more confidence in what they can deliver and to take those risks and to go for those jobs, even though they may not have 100% of the criteria that's necessary because what happens most of the time, women over-deliver, and…work with women, work with men, continue to develop our own capacities.” Sandrine Dixson on the Electric Ladies podcast Read Joan's related Forbes articles here too. You'll also want to listen to: Gillian Tett, Financial Times, from COP26, about what the new financial alliance means for a net zero economy. Kristen Sullivan, Deloitte Sustainability & Supply Chain practice, on companies “doing” ESG, and the supply chain. Lisa Jacobson, Business Council for Sustainable Energy, on the impact of covid on energy and transitioning to a clean energy economy Anne Kelly, VP of Government Relations at nonprofit Ceres, which helps businesses and policy come together for the planet and people, as well as the economy Michele Wucker, thought leaders and author of “You Are What You Risk: The New Art & Science to Navigating an Uncertain World.” Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Reach us on Twitter @joanmichelson
In today's episode I talk about law firm scholarships. Recently, I remember seeing a post where someone raised the question about how to create a law firm scholarship. This individual had seen a lot about them and thought, “Hey, this seems like a really cool idea, and I want to help our local high school community.” So, in essence this scholarship would be a philanthropic tool used to help this person's small town. I loved that idea! I'd like to share with that person and then ultimately share with you guys some of the thoughts around these scholarships and how to use them for the greatest good in your law firm. Tune in to learn more about creating impactful law firm scholarships! In this episode we discuss: Creating a law firm scholarship. How creating a scholarship can impact SEO, driving traffic to your website. Partnering with local high schools and community colleges to promote your scholarship. The benefit of being highlighted as a provider of an asset to the local or national community. Considering the rules for your scholarship and the demographic profile required for applicants. Determining how to verify compliance to the guidelines for spending the scholarship money. Sharing your presentation of the scholarship on social media and everywhere possible. Allison Bio: Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Freehold, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law. Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017. In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University. In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers. She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money. Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms. Contact Info: www.LawFirmMentor.net Contact Law Firm Mentor: Scheduler: https://meetme.so/LawFirmMentor Snippets 00: 08: 45 (36 Seconds) Now, unfortunately, higher education is notoriously bad at promoting all the different available options or scholarships for students. In fact, I remember at one point in time I was helping my cousin. She's now a young woman in her late 20s, but I remember I was helping her to apply to go to college. And one of the things that was astounding to me was the fact that there was an entire service dedicated to helping high school students learn what scholarships were available. And I said, well, wouldn't we get that information when she gets into the different colleges? And the answer was yes and no.
In this week's podcast, Anna looks at how you can create structure in your week and specific priorities that really must be on your calendar each and every week. Success comes from taking consistent action, showing up, and taking those little steps to build momentum. What are the things that need to be on your calendar to get you to where you need to be? *Resources mentioned during the episode* Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate If you're ready to start to reimagine what success could look like for you, here are some of the ways in which Anna can support you: Get private mentoring for your business – Partnering with a business coach can help you see those blind spots and get both external accountability and expert guidance to take your business to where you want it to be. www.onestepoutside.com/freeconsultation Get private career coaching – Individual coaching is fully tailored to your specific goals and desires so we can create the programme that works best for you, with the support that you need to move forwards. www.onestepoutside.com/claritycall Grab a copy of Leaving the Corporate 9 to 5 – After interviewing 50 people who have left the corporate 9 to 5 to forge their own path, Anna has collected their stories in a book that will inspire you with the possibilities that are out there and reassure you that you're not alone in looking for an alternative. www.leavingthecorporate9to5.com Join the One Step Outside the 9 to 5 Business Incubator – This is your roadmap to transitioning from a corporate job into setting up a meaningful business that will bring you more freedom, flexibility and fulfilment outside of the corporate 9 to 5. www.onestepoutside.com/9to5 Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate
J Smiles is joined by patient advocate superhero and caregiver, "Eclectic" Dawn (ED). ED shares countless stories of holding the medical team accountable to her mother's care. But she is not arrogant or pushy. Instead she takes an informed, incentivized approach of Partnering with the Provider. Listen in as they share how to softly bend the system to optimize your LO's care without creating enemies at the local hospital. Plus, a unique take on allowing your LO to remain empowered. This conversation is stuffed with how-to's -- be ready to take notes. PODCAST SHOW NOTES:ParentingUp! Weekly LIVE TV/Internet INTERACTIVE Show on GetVokl.com:https://getvokl.com/channel/parenting-up
In this special “where are they now” call, Tim Reeder talks about: Transitioning from team leader (with 18 people) to brokerage leader (with 280 agents). Why he made the change … and how it happened. The personal growth and skill development necessary to switch from running team to a brokerage. Partnering to complement your strengths […]
The CPG Guys, Sri & PVSB are joined in this episode by Scott Lester, the founder & Chairman of Eyekandy, the world's leading Augmented Reality (AR) Provider for commerce. Partnering with Brands and Retailers across the world to produce engaging AR shopper experiences in store, online and in print. This is a partnership episode with Eyekandy.Follow Scott Lester on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-lester-94104b2/Follow Eyekandy online at: http://eyekandy.com/ Follow Eyekandy on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eyekandy/Related content:AR thought leadership article: https://eyekandy.com/news-insights/measuring-augmented-reality-successTyson Case Study - https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hillshire-Snacking-Small-Plates-Genoa-Salami-and-White-Cheddar-Cheese-Single-Serve/47446798Bacardi Case Study - https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/635243249M&S Foods Case Study: https://eyekandy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CaseStudy-MS-PercyPig-2.pdfCoca-Cola AR Avatar Demo - https://vimeo.com/610073515Scott answers these questions:1) Tell us about eyekandy, how the journey started & where you are as a company today?2) How is eyekandy helping the CPG industry with AR - How is eyekandy differentiating itself in a crowded marketplace?3) You're talking to CPGs daily, what are you seeing as the biggest opportunities in the industry? 4) We'd love to hear about some experiences you have enabled already today for brands like Tyson.5) Why is the sentence AR enables offline to online meaningful - decompose how this is done?How long does a partnership with you take to enable? 6) Tell us about your full service agency work? What do you offer?7) What can clients expect from you in terms for measuring ROI and what data or metrics do you provide?8) Share your roadmap of services and products we can expect to see in the future?Please provide the CPG Guys feedback at http://ratethispodcast.com/cpgguysCPG Guys Website: http://CPGGuys.comInstagram: http://Instagram.com/cpgguysPlease follow the Network of Executive Women at http://newonline.org/cpgguysDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
In today's episode we are joined by the president of The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL), Dr. Felicia Cummings-Smith. Dr. Cummings-Smith discusses the exciting things this organization is involved with and the benefits schools and districts experience as a result of partnering with NCFL. For additional information about NCFL check out https://www.familieslearning.org/
New York Times best selling author, evangelist, apologist Lee Strobel joins Equip for the next two episodes as a part of ECS' Partnering with Parents Speaker Series. In part 1 of our conversation Strobel lays out his case for Christian Education.
Flowster Live Demo https://flowster.app/live-demo/ Episode Highlights [02:35] — Andrew introduces Marknology Seven years ago, Andrew founded Marknology, a company that helps brands evolve and compete in the Amazon accelerator. He started out freelancing on Upwork and Elance and eventually quit his day job to build his agency. Marknology has grown to a team of 25 through bootstrapping. [09:05] — What's the difference between hourly billing and retainer? Andrew struggled with hourly billing since it put his interests at odds with his clients'. This model also ties you to the belief that you must get paid for the hours you work. After many iterations, Marknology ended up with the retainer plus commission model. Andrew found it advantageous, as he could count on the retainer to plan for hiring and scaling. When the commission hits a certain level, the retainer falls off and from there, it's just a straight retainer or a straight commission. [18:25] — Venturing into international markets Marknology is now big enough to handle the international market; In fact, they're already in 13 different Amazon marketplaces around the world. One of Andrew's early wins was getting brands into a less saturated market. He advises paying attention to whatever Amazon's focus is, so you can leverage it and bring more value to your clients. [20:39] — How to attract clients Content marketing and partnerships are Andrew's bread and butter. He's created a YouTube channel, opened blogs and speaking events, and started a podcast as a trust-building effort to win over clients. [24:41] — The advantages of creating content Explaining Amazon's new releases from a commentator's perspective is Andrew's strategy on YouTube content creation. Through that, he helped brands in a more casual rather than formal way. He wanted to talk about things that could help companies, such as SEO and tracking organic growth. People usually hear about him or watch his videos, leading them to connect with him. [28:34] — Why Andrew hates hard selling Andrew hates the salesman's approach to selling a product or service. He prefers building on his expertise in the field to reflect his credibility rather than convincing someone to hire him. [33:03] — Challenges and solutions in running Marknology Cash flow isn't an issue for them anymore, although it used to be a great challenge. People are both the best part and the hardest part because of needing to build relationships, communicate effectively, and be aligned in the workflow. Moreover, managing the team and continuously learning to be a leader has also been quite the challenge. Partnering with Flowster has helped him overcome those challenges. Albeit a new user, Andrew's excited about partnering with Flowster to get more processes in place. [36:18] — Andrew's diverse team Andrew's workers are distributed between Colombia, Kansas, Florida, and India. His workers in India are focused on data researching and SEO. Andrew is also looking into hiring from Romania because of the amazing branding of barbershops, restaurants, and small businesses. He finds that outsourcing talents from all over the world adds value to his business.
Whether you're a stay-at-home mom feeling left behind or someone tired of trying to fit into society's beauty standards, you're gonna gain a lot of value from this podcast. Gabrielle Reece shares how she navigated the challenges of being under the public eye and the mindset that helped her overcome struggles with body image. Listen in to learn the importance of embracing motherhood and why listening to your body is critical when following a diet. Key Takeaways From This Episode 4 tips to stay grounded despite criticism The key to overcoming body image struggles How to prevent feeling empty after achieving a goal An experiment to identify the foods your body needs Why breathing correctly is critical when exercising Resources Mentioned In This Episode Patrick McKeown | Breathing Techniques to Improve Your Sleep and Mental Health Habits & Hustle Episode 35: Gabrielle Reece – Volleyball Legend, Best-Selling Author, and Keynote Speaker Laird Superfood XPT About Gabrielle Reece Gabrielle Reece is not only a volleyball legend, but an inspirational leader, New York Times bestselling author, wife, and mother. With the release of her new podcast The Gabby Reece Show, Gabby gets leading health, wellness, sport, psychology, and business experts to share their most valuable and actionable information to her audience. In 1994 Gabby became Nike's first female athlete to design a shoe, and Nike's first-ever female cross-training spokesperson. Elle named Gabby “One of The Five Most Beautiful Women in The World”. She has graced the cover of Sports Illustrated for Women, Travel & Leisure Golf, Women's Sports & Fitness, Outside, Elle, Shape, Self, Harpers' Bazaar, Volleyball, Fitness, Life, Vogue, Experience Life and People. As co-founder and co-innovator of Laird Superfood, she has been able to take her nutrition expertise and help create delicious, plant-based better-for-you food products that are accessible to all. Partnering with her husband, big wave surfer Laird Hamilton, Gabby helped create Extreme Performance Training (XPT). XPT is a unique and powerful fitness training and lifestyle program featuring their unique water workouts, trademarked performance breathing, recovery methods, high-intensity and endurance training for people of all fitness levels and backgrounds. Connect with Gabrielle Website: www.gabriellereece.com Instagram: @gabbyreece Twitter: @GabbyReece Podcast: The Gabby Reece Show About Vegamour Vegamour is a holistic approach to hair wellness that incorporates clinically tested plant-based ingredients that work in tandem to promote healthy, beautiful hair naturally, without using harmful chemicals or short-term ‘fixes' that can lead to long-term problems. They study the power of nature through the lens of science to bring you the ultimate in total hair wellness & beauty for a lifetime of happiness. Vegamour simply models nature's holistic approach to healthy growth & function by combining bioavailable plant-based actives, enzymes, and proteins in a 360, inside/out approach to create the optimal ecosystem for hair wellness. Vegamour uses the world's finest, hand-curated, natural ingredients to ensure quality and efficacy. They cared enough to set up their own sustainable supply chains to bring beautiful, natural ingredients into everything they formulate. In return, they take care of the land and the people who help them bring this true love to you and your hair. Connect with Vegamour Website: www.vegamour.com Instagram: @vegamour Facebook: Vegamour Pinterest: @vegamour To obtain 20% off from Vegamour, visit their website at www.vegamour.com and use promo code GREATLY20. Kristel Bauer, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. She is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & Physician Assistant experienced in Integrative Psychiatry and Functional Medicine. Follow her on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co Clubhouse: @livegreatly LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here.
If we're honest, that's a sentiment we've all shared. Prayer can be challenging and confusing. Often we feel abandoned, betrayed, and anxious. We don't know what to pray for, we don't know the words to say, and sometimes it just feels like there's no one on the other side. Pastor and bestselling author Derwin Gray addresses all of these feelings and thoughts today on the show. Using his book “God, Do You Hear Me?” (B&H) as a guide, Derwin walks us through the Lord's Prayer (Matt 6:9-13). We also chat about: ▫️His time playing in the NFL ▫️God's transformation process ▫️Partnering with God Tune in to discover the prayer God always answers. We pray this episode helps you break through to a completely new and refreshing prayer life. “When we try to be good without God we end up being bad. So, the way you become a love offering is you let the unlimited, life-giving, sin forgiving, love of Jesus ravage you.” Connect with Derwin: Derwinlgray.com @derwinlgray
In this week's podcast, Anna breaks down 5 common myths about entrepreneurship, why they're damaging, and how they're simply not true. When you're starting out in business, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the stories that are out there, confused by the different messages being peddled by different experts, and disheartened by the lack of results. It's important to understand what's true and what's not as you work on the mindset that's going to set you up for long-term success. Find the episode at reimaginingsuccesspodcast.com or by searching “reimagining success” on your favourite podcast app. *Resources mentioned during the episode* Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate If you're ready to start to reimagine what success could look like for you, here are some of the ways in which Anna can support you: Get private mentoring for your business – Partnering with a business coach can help you see those blind spots and get both external accountability and expert guidance to take your business to where you want it to be. www.onestepoutside.com/freeconsultation Get private career coaching – Individual coaching is fully tailored to your specific goals and desires so we can create the programme that works best for you, with the support that you need to move forwards. www.onestepoutside.com/claritycall Grab a copy of Leaving the Corporate 9 to 5 – After interviewing 50 people who have left the corporate 9 to 5 to forge their own path, Anna has collected their stories in a book that will inspire you with the possibilities that are out there and reassure you that you're not alone in looking for an alternative. www.leavingthecorporate9to5.com Join the One Step Outside the 9 to 5 Business Incubator – This is your roadmap to transitioning from a corporate job into setting up a meaningful business that will bring you more freedom, flexibility and fulfilment outside of the corporate 9 to 5. www.onestepoutside.com/9to5 Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate
Kaitlyn Cremer, OTD, MOT, OTR/L, has been an occupational therapist for over 10 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including geriatrics, pediatrics, acute-care, acute-rehabilitation and in low vision and workplace wellness and ergonomics. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida Southern College and Master of Occupational Therapy and then Doctorate of Occupational Therapy from The University of St. Augustine. She is an onsite prevention specialist. She was awarded AOTA's specialty certification in low vision (SCLV). She is an advocate for interprofessional teamwork having presented at national conferences to advocate for OT's role in the interprofessional team. She is currently a consultant for a community-based long term support and service agency for adults with intellectual and developmental disability advocating for occupational therapy's role as well as clients' quality of life and employee support. Connect with Kaitlyn on Instagram -@OTsDoThat
Ella Jesmajian, a New York native is the cofounder and photographer of Honey & Roses Coffee, an online coffee platform that “brings the best of the coffee shop to your door”. Partnering with 55 small-batch roasters and dozens of bakers and chocolatiers, Honey & Roses Coffee prides itself on creating the ultimate at-home coffee experience. Website: http://www.honeyandrosescoffee.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honeyandrosescoffee https://www.instagram.com/honeyandroseshome https://www.instagram.com/honeyandrosestreats/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/honeyandrosescoffee/ https://web.facebook.com/honeyandroseshome https://www.instagram.com/honeyandrosestreats/
Episode Summary Join Harry Duran, host of Vertical Farming Podcast, as he welcomes to the show Samantha Johnson. Samantha is the Director of Aquaponics Programs at Commonwealth Charter Academy, a top accredited K through 12 public cyber charter school located in Pennsylvania. Samantha is a highly skilled and student-focused leader who possesses a strong commitment to the development of students and staff through differentiated, innovative and individualized learning experiences Today, Harry and Samantha talk about the work she is doing educating young men and women on the AgTech industry, specifically through the aquaponics program at CCA. She talks about the partnerships CCA has with AeroFarms and Vertical Harvest and the goals they are striving to achieve together. Samantha also speaks to the importance she places on preparing her students for the professional world and the challenges they are likely to face in the vertical farming space. Finally, Samantha discusses what continues to motivate and drive her throughout her teaching and vertical farming journey. Episode Sponsor CULTIVATD Freight Farms Key Takeaways 01:13 – Harry welcomes to the show Samantha Johnson, who joins the show to discuss her background in education and the challenges COVID-19 has brought to her profession 10:36 – Commonwealth Charter Academy 12:23 – Samantha's vertical farming origin story 18:07 – Partnering with AeroFarms and Vertical Harvest 19:40 – Student feedback on the Aquaponics Program 26:49 – Learning through mistakes 31:23 – Changes and trends Samantha has noticed in the vertical farming industry 35:48 – Companies and organizations Samantha would like to partner with in the future 39:51 – Challenges in AgTech and education 46:39 – Something Samantha has changed her mind about recently 48:49 – What motivates and drives Samantha 51:59 – Harry thanks Samantha for joining the show and let's listeners know where they can learn more about CCA and connect with Samantha Tweetable Quotes “Commonwealth Charter Academy is a public cyber charter school located in Pennsylvania. We have numerous building across the state because, although we're a cyber school, we very much understand that some learners learn best in person or even in a blended model.”(10:41) (Samantha) “Our school itself is very large. We're up to about sixteen to seventeen thousand students and our mantra is workforce development. We want students to have skills necessary to either enter the workforce after they graduate. Or, if they want to go to college, we want to help them through that entire process from start to finish.”(11:27) (Samantha) “At the end of the day, I want to give them skills that they can use when they graduate. And there are some basic ones that everyone needs to know. You have to show up on time. You have to show up appropriately dressed. Those kind of very basic skills.”(25:07) (Samantha) “I feel like the vertical farming industry changes a mile a minute.”(31:31) (Samantha) “For us it's more how do we make sure that we meet the needs of all of our students, and on top of that we work with community members too.”(46:11) (Samantha) Links Mentioned Samantha's LinkedIn Sponsor Info: Cultivatd Website Cultivatd Instagram Cultivatd's Twitter Cultivatd's Facebook Freight Farms Website Freight Farms Facebook Freight Farms Twitter
“As a real estate investor, inflation increases the value of your properties.” -Adam YorkIn today's episode, Kevin gets together with Adam York, Account Executive for DFY Real Estate, to discuss how you can put inflation to work for you.Most people view inflation through very negative lenses. That isn't something new, and while we may not love the idea of inflation, the essential truth here is that if we can't fix the fact that inflation is ever-present, we must change the way we view it and learn to use it to our benefit. What if you could actually partner with inflation? What if it could help you achieve your income goals? We know there is a way you can do this and more. A method that will make you like inflation instead of despising it because it exists.So, if this sounds interesting enough, click the button and don't miss this episode!Key Takeaways:Introduction (0:00)Real estate hedges inflation (8:02)How many ounces of gold did a home cost in 1970 vs. 2021? (15:39)The benefits of inflation (20:00)Tools to leverage equity and put it to work (28:10)Should I wait to buy because the prices are very high now? (31:16)Additional Resources:Learn more about Done For You Real Estate: VISIT HEREGet a FREE Income Replacement Estimate (IRE): APPLY HERERegister for our FREE Monthly Webinar Series: SIGN UP HERE--FOLLOW for more Replace Your Income:https://bit.ly/ReplaceYourIncomePodcastIf you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review our podcast. Thank you for your support!--And remember...Income replacement for you and your family may only be one property away!
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On this episode Sean, Shane, Kellen, and KT give you the blueprint to measuring referral partner success. The coaches discuss metrics, marketing, finding the right fit, and finding the true value of a relationship. 2:15 Referral partners metrics12:00 Knowing your audience18:20 Agent marketing22:05 Partnering with the right agent25:00 Middle tier agentsQuotes:“This year we need to work to get 2 years better.”“At the end of the day, I want to work with people who align with my business.”“Spend time with your ALL-IN relationships.”“Loan Officers over market to agents all the time, when less is more.”“Following agents on Social Media is a great way to find the ones you want to work with and what matters to them.”“The most important thing that Loan Officers can do is work with agents who will respect you.”Key Takeaways:You need to measure your referral partner metrics and rank them accordingly. Ask yourself what you want in a new referral partnership outside of just production. A low amount of good relationships are better than a high amount of bad relationships. Not every agent is a good fit!You don't need to focus on the “A-List” agents to build a successful business relationship. Ask yourself what the value of the relationship allows you to do in your business or personal life. Appraisers and title reps are great sources to find the RIGHT agents.Links:Next Level Loan Officers - www.BecomeNL.comLoan Officer Events - loanofficerevents.comNext Level Coaching Call - https://nl.nextlevello.com/schedule-consultationebk1Ea8h Social Media:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NextLevelLoanOfficers/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwSyHzkvBri1YWJSH7df1CQLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/next-level-loan-officers/about/Text the word: nextlevel to 36260 to download our app
Andy McMullen, Partner at Legacy Acquisitions, joins Lance on the show to discuss his journey to real estate investing. Legacy Acquisitions is focused on partnering with world class operators while delivering white glove service to its investors. Andy stresses the importance of building strong relationships and that setbacks can truly be a set up for success.
In this fascinating episode, we are talking to Shawn McVey, co-founder of Pathway Vet Alliance. Shawn has had phenomenal success with helping veterinary businesses move from reactive and inconsistent practices to successful, profitable, and fully integrated workspaces. Providing real-world examples from his many years of experience, he also talks us through his journey with numerous clinics and associations that formed and benefited his journey to conceptualizing and implementing Pathway. Topics discussed: A fascinating overview of the behavioral psychology behind why people are veterinarians. Realizing that there is a huge emotional intelligence problem that needs attention and management. Finding out the most vulnerable points of veterinarians, mostly stemming from communication. Partnering with Jasen Trautwein, and turning 2 practices into 27 in just a year and a half. Discussing burnout, the suicide rate, and losing touch with the world outside of your practice. Diving deep into Pathway planning, culture, and choosing core values.
With all of the marketing tools available today, it can be tough to narrow in on what's going to work best for your business. It often comes down to time and money, both of which translate into more leads. It's important to spend time thinking about where you are in your real estate journey and just how much you can commit to a marketing strategy. From there you can choose what fits and start building a foundation.One key thing to remember is that whatever you focus on is what's going to get you results, no matter which strategy you choose. I'm a big fan of cold calling and it's always helped me generate leads. Cold calling is a great way to practice feeling comfortable on the phone and it's free to do yourself. There will always be people out there saying that certain marketing strategies are outdated or don't work, but if you're seeing results from something, keep going. If you're just starting out and don't have any money to spend on a marketing budget, the best thing you can do is start networking. Partnering with other people and working wholesalers can help you build solid relationships that will generate prospects and lead to deals down the road. The best advice is to just get started. I've made mistakes as I went along, but I don't regret them because I was taking massive action. I learned along the way and so can you.What's Inside: How to narrow in on your marketing strategy.What types of marketing are working today.Which marketing strategies to focus on if you don't have money.The difference between reactive and proactive marketing.Mentioned in this episode: REI Network on YouTubeGavin on InstagramStreetsmartinvestor.comBatchleads.io/gavinPropstreamgavin.comFreedomsoft.com/gavin
Can people really change? From little quirks to deep-seated issues, we're asking the question that many of us may have asked in secret: is it possible for someone to truly change? Maybe we've asked it of ourselves. We keep doing the same thing (that we don't want to do), over and over again. We may think to ourselves, “I'm not sure if I can ever grow out of that and change for the better.” It's easy to feel frustrated with ourselves and with those around us. The gospel answers this question directly. The gospel is the good news that through the person and work of Jesus Christ, children of wrath are transformed to become children of God. This regeneration is the ultimate change. It's hearts of stone being changed to hearts of flesh. It's the spiritually dead becoming spiritually alive. But what happens afterward? Why do we, believers, still ask this question of ourselves and those around us? We worked through this question and topic in this week's episode. Come join us! The big question: “Can people really change?” Change is possible, but sanctification is slow. True heart change is only possible if you're in Christ. Sin is powerful. We can't change on our own, but what can we do? Preach the gospel to yourself and others. Combat forgetfulness by cultivating this intimacy with Jesus. Surrender your sin struggles to the Lord. Release your grip on willpower. Partnering with the Spirit in the work of sanctification. Remember common grace. Walk by the Spirit daily. Lean into community. How do we engage with others on this journey? Extend grace. Surrender your personal desires for that person. Hold fast to hope for them. Speak truth over them and encourage them. Pray for them! Resources mentioned in this episode: Psallos Music Ep. 47 “God With Us” Advent Spoken Word by Daily Grace “Immanuel: God With Us” Advent Spoken Word - Lyric Video by Daily Grace Philippians by Psallos Music “Growing in Grace” Spiritual Disciplines Study by The Daily Grace Co. “Rooted in Grace” Digital Course by The Daily Grace Co. The Daily Grace Co. YouTube Channel Ep. 7 Preaching the Gospel to Yourself by Daily Grace “Preaching the Gospel to Yourself” Study by Daily Grace Ep. 60 Why Should We Forgive Others? by Daily Grace Ep. 60 Bonus What Does Forgiveness Look Like? by Daily Grace Ep. 140 Should We Forgive and Forget? by Daily Grace Ep. 77 The Gospel Is for All People by Daily Grace Scripture mentioned in this episode: Romans 7:15 2 Peter 1:3-4 2 Corinthians 5:17 Romans 6:17-18 Romans 3:10-12 Ephesians 2:1, 5 Romans 6:23 Matthew 18:22 John 17:17 James 2:18 James 2:21-22 Galatians 3:3 Galatians 5:16-17 Colossians 1:29 Connect with us: Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and click subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app. If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast). Or follow us on Spotify! We would love it if you took a few minutes to leave us an iTunes review to help spread the word about Daily Grace! We want to invite more women into our conversations! Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download. On Android, click here to download. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox. Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook. Follow @dailygracepodcast on Instagram for exclusive podcast content and @thedailygraceco for all things The Daily Grace Co. Engage with our Facebook community, “The Daily Grace Co. Community”. Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths. * Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support the production of this podcast! *
Coal miners and suppliers to Eskom (Exxaro, Seriti) commit to solar projects in partnership with the power utility and Aspen opened the southern hemisphere's largest general anaesthetics manufacturing plant. Themba Godi , Former Chairperson at Scopa's share his views and philosophy toward investing and saving money See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Molly is BACK, and you'll hear why she's been a little quiet lately… in short, she's been ROCKING IT in real life! Listen in to get up to speed: We like to think of this as a ‘Stay In The Loop' episode for our beloved Listeners! You will hear about her interview with Seth Godin, some exciting new Partnerships, Goose-Bump creating ventures, and more. Plus, Molly is beautifully transparent about the hard stuff that she and John Grimshaw have also been navigating. YOUR ENGAGEMENT MATTERS! You can make a difference by following us (and leaving a review) on Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-smart-marketer-podcast/id1522629407) or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. We'd also love it if you repost this episode to your social media, share your favorite episodes with friends, and be sure to tag us in your next post, #WeOutHere. Have questions? Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and don't forget to… Serve the World Unselfishly and Profit Links: Seth Godin, “The OG”, https://www.sethgodin.com/. Smart Marketer, Start Here: https://smartmarketer.com/ Ad World Conference, https://adworldconference.com/ This Is Kajabi, https://kajabi.com/.
It's a pretty indisputable fact that CUInsight has found a home at the heart of the credit union community. And this week on CRMNEXT's Banking on Experience, we're honored to have CUInsight Co-Founder, Randall Smith join us to share the story of this fantastic organization. Topics we covered include:How CUInsight came to beLove at first click? How they gained adoption so quickly Lessons from failure Top successes (and how they got there)Partnering with CUInsight: what vendors need to know What's next for CUInsight And more Stay in touch with Banking on Experience by listening on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Casted, or our website.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Banking on Experience in your favorite podcast player.
In this week's podcast, Anna speaks to Pete Cann in the latest interview in her Escaping the 9 to 5 series. Having built a career in the catering industry, Pete took his first leap out of employment when he launched a chef recruitment agency, ultimately finding meaning in bringing the benefits of laughter to the world through the means of laughter yoga. *Resources mentioned during the episode* Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate If you're ready to start to reimagine what success could look like for you, here are some of the ways in which Anna can support you: Get private mentoring for your business – Partnering with a business coach can help you see those blind spots and get both external accountability and expert guidance to take your business to where you want it to be. www.onestepoutside.com/freeconsultation Get private career coaching – Individual coaching is fully tailored to your specific goals and desires so we can create the programme that works best for you, with the support that you need to move forwards. www.onestepoutside.com/claritycall Grab a copy of Leaving the Corporate 9 to 5 – After interviewing 50 people who have left the corporate 9 to 5 to forge their own path, Anna has collected their stories in a book that will inspire you with the possibilities that are out there and reassure you that you're not alone in looking for an alternative. www.leavingthecorporate9to5.com Join the One Step Outside the 9 to 5 Business Incubator – This is your roadmap to transitioning from a corporate job into setting up a meaningful business that will bring you more freedom, flexibility and fulfilment outside of the corporate 9 to 5. www.onestepoutside.com/9to5 Level up with The Outsiders Business Accelerator – This is a mastermind for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small business owners who want to create a long-term sustainable brand and business. www.onestepoutside.com/accelerate
Join us as we visit with TVA's Allen Clare and our very own Frank Fiss to talk trout and great partnerships following a ceremonial signing and fish release. The Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have reached a multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal fish hatcheries that have stocked waters in Georgia and Tennessee with millions of trout. We will cover this and so much more. #tnwildlife #tennesseewildcast #tva #fishing #gooutdoorstennessee #fishing www.tnwildlife.org
Ben and Havilah take this episode on together as they share their story of how they almost didn't get married (whaaat??) how to navigate different callings, what to do if it seems your spouse is unsupportive of your calling and how to partner together. Marriage is contending and fighting together for what matters. Hear practical tools to go after the calling on your life without negating the call on your spouse's life and learn how to contend side by side for the things of the Kingdom! Learn more and connect with Havilah: + havilahcunnington.com + truthtotable.com + theinfluencertable.com
Her passion for the work she has done in over 30 years at NASA is contagious. Her love for the gospel of Jesus Christ would make almost anyone want to sit and talk all day. Blend those two things together and what do you get? Today's conversation with Sister Michelle Amos on why she believes science supports religion and true religion supports science. Here's what Sister Amos has learned during her career at NASA, and the insights she's gained while serving as a mission leader in the Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission. “If you've found religion, and it is true religion, it will support knowledge.” Show Notes 1:20- Aunt Rene 6:17- A Family Baptism 8:37- Hearts Changing 11:03- Developing Strength in Jesus Christ 12:59- A Family Focused on Education 14:40- Coming to NASA 16:19- Meeting John Amos 18:18- First Day at Kennedy Space Center and a Passion for Space Travel 21:56- The Spiritual Significance 24:48- Science and Religion 26:12- Called Home 31:52- Mars 2020 Rover 35:41- Gratitude for Someone Who Stood Alone 37:03- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.