Arrangement in which parties agree to cooperate to advance their mutual interests
For Bertony Faustin, the death of his father ignited within him a desire to stop taking life for granted and to start giving it his all - including taking new risks along the way. He decided to use his pain as fuel and take advantage of a vineyard plot owned by his in-laws. Abbey Creek Vineyard was founded...and the rest is history. Bertony takes us on the journey of how he was able to become Oregon's first Black winemaker - a feat that may have seemed ridiculous to outsiders - but doable to him. If you're not sure you have what it takes to make your dreams come true, Bertony will give you the push you need to start believing in yourself and your vision. Learn how this anesthesia tech turned winemaker became a changemaker. Some of the topics we explore: The immigrant hustle How he got his start in the Oregon wine industry Why he made himself the brand The importance of hiring a coach His signature looks Feelings are not facts The truth about getting into the wine industry Partnership > collaboration... and more ** This episode originally aired on October 21, 2019** FIND BERTONY FAUSTIN ONLINE: Instagram: @thebertonyfaustin Twitter: @abbeycreekwineWeb: www.abbeycreekwine.com SIGN UP FOR OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER - THE KEYS: www.dreamsindrive.com/join DONATE TO DREAMS IN DRIVE: www.dreamsindrive.com/donate
Daily Word 2.0 — In Malachi 3:13-18, the Israelites complained that God was blessing wicked people and righteous people were struggling. Because of this, they concluded that serving God didn't matter. The insight we are going to process is that from the outside looking in, the financial success or failure of someone is not an indication of God's blessing or judgment. Links — CFE Atlanta, Online Community, Ministry School, Partnership
Juniper CTO Raj Yavatkar joins the podcast to discuss how the telecom industry can improve energy efficiency and service expectations for 5G deployments while also reducing the cost of running 5G networks. He also shares new use cases for private 5G and explains how Juniper is partnering with Rakuten Symphony on developing RAN Intelligent Controllers (RICs).Here are just a few things covered in this podcast:Opportunities for Juniper and its customers with 5G (01:00)Growing interest in private 5G and new use cases (03:20)Partnership with Rakuten Symphony on 5G deployments (06:30)How to reduce the cost of running a 5G network for service providers (09:20)Dynamic network capacity management and improving the energy efficiency of the network (12:00)New approaches to data analytics and updates on Mist AI (13:07)Automated service assurance (17:50)Related stories and links:BIG 5G Event newsJuniper CEO: The new networking – experience, speed and scaleJuniper jumps on O-RAN bandwagon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the Conscious Integration for one of our Solar Rooms. Every week I make a podcast on how to help them integrate the healing we did that week. THE NEW SOCIAL Media Platform for those who Appreciate the Holistic Lifestyle www.haveempathyandheal.com If you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthehealer/support
Amy Brenneman stars in Christopher Liam Moore's sublime production of TWELFTH NIGHT, set in a Hamptons-esque Ilyria during the Golden Age of Radio. With original music composition by David Reiffel and sound design by Lindsay Jones. The Play On Podcast series, “TWELFTH NIGHT”, was translated into modern English verse by ALISON CAREY, and directed by CHRISTOPHER LIAM MOORE. Amy Brenneman as Olivia Jamie Ann Romero as Viola Tramell Tillman as Orsino Brandon David Delsid as Sebastian Daniel Parker as Sir Toby Belch Catherine Castellanos as Maria Rodney Gardiner as Feste Jordan Barbour as Sir Andrew Aguecheek Cristofer Jean as Antonio David Kelly as Malvolio Jeorge Bennett Watson as the Sea Captain and Priest Tina Munoz Pandya as Valentine and Officer 2 Casting by THE TELSEY OFFICE: KARYN CASL, CSA, and ADA KARAMANYAN. Voice and Text Coach: JULIE FOH Episode scripts were adapted and produced by CATHERINE EATON. Original Music Composition by DAVID REIFFEL. Sound Design and Mix by LINDSAY JONES. Sound engineering by SADAHARU YAGI. Mix Engineer and Dialogue Editor: LARRY WALSH. Podcast Mastering by GREG CORTEZ at New Monkey Studio. Coordinating Producer: TRANSCEND STREAMING (KYRA BOWIE and LEANNA KEYES). Script Supervisor: JORDAN MOORE. Managing Producer: ROBERT CAPPADONA. Senior Producer: MIRIAM LAUBE. Executive Producer: MICHAEL GOODFRIEND. The Senior Manager of Business Operations and Partnerships at Next Chapter Podcasts is SALLYCADE HOLMES. The Play On Podcast Series “TWELFTH NIGHT” is produced by NEXT CHAPTER PODCASTS and is made possible by the generous support of THE HITZ FOUNDATION. Visit NCPODCASTS.COM for more about the Play On Podcast Series. Visit PLAYONSHAKESPEARE.ORG for more about Play On Shakespeare. Hear more about the Play On Shakespeare Podcast series by listening to bonus content at NCPODCASTS.COM, where you'll find interviews with the artists, producers and engineers who brought it all to life. And remember: “IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE, PLAY ON!” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you feel understood? Do you have to justify your decisions to others? To your family? To your boss? To your in-laws? To your kids? To your spouse? What is your go-to when someone questions you? Maybe you've never considered this...let's chat, my friends ❤️ VISIT HERE TO LISTEN & VIEW SHOW NOTES: https://brookekanitz.com/perfectly-you-podcast/97 Get on the waiting list for July's workshop on triggers: Tick, Tick, Tick…BOOM
Daily Word 2.0 — We are exploring Malachi 2:13-16 and Proverbs 5:15-19. In these scriptures, God admonishes older married men to enjoy the wife of their youth and not to divorce them for younger women. The insight we are processing is that our wives will physically change as they age, and regardless of their age, we should still see them just as beautiful as the day we married them. This insight focuses mainly on older married men, but this revelation also applies to older married women. Links — CFE Atlanta, Online Community, Ministry School, Partnership
FMEP's Sarah Anne Minkin speaks with Ali Awad about Masafer Yatta and particularly Firing Zone 918 and what has changed there since the Supreme Court handed down its decision in May authorizing the Israeli military to expel the Palestinian residents of the firing zone. Ali's most recent article on +972,"'They're not arriving with trucks to deport us, but the goal is the same'," was published on June 29, 2022. Ali Awad is journalist and activist from the village of Tuba in Masafer Yatta. He is co-founder of the new media project Humans of Masafer Yatta. Sarah Anne Minkin is Director of Programs & Partnerships at FMEP. Resources mentioned in this podcast: Humans of Masafer Yatta on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/humansofmasaferyatta/ Humans of Masafer Yatta on Substack: https://humansofmasaferyatta.substack.com/ #SaveMasaferYatta campaign: https://savemasaferyatta.com/en/ Youth of Sumud on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youthofsumud/?hl=en Youth of Sumud on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/youthofsumud/ Ali Awad on Twitter: @Ali_awad1998 Ali Awad's archives on +972 Magazine: https://www.972mag.com/writer/ali-awad/ Ali's newest article on +972, "'They're not arriving with trucks to deport us, but the goal is the same'" FMEP's recent podcast with Sameeha Hureini, activist with Youth of Sumud and resident of A'Twani village, "'It's our responsibility to turn on the light': Masafer Yatta, Apartheid, and Youth Activism": https://fmep.org/resource/its-our-responsibility-to-turn-on-the-light-masafer-yatta-apartheid-and-youth-activism/ Original Music by Jalal Yaquoub.
Keaton grew up in Utah and is a very devoted Son, Father to four amazing girls and Husband. In his mid-30's he has had multiple businesses, is currently on the television show Diesel Brothers on discovery channel, is a personal trainer, owns a nutrition company, owns a new business that tests your blood and help you find supplements and other things that will help your health and fitness growth, and work on cars when he gets the opportunity. As hard as he works, and is constantly growing, he plays and devotes just as much energy into playing with his kids and taking trips or going on dates with his beautiful and equally awesome wife. This man is overjoyed at the prospect of helping others achieve their fitness objectives and life goals. Keaton now is involved with the discovery channel on the show "The Diesel Brothers" but his true passion still is found daily in the gym. In this episode, Keaton and Brad discuss why action speaks louder than words and express the true definition of entrepreneurship. Listen in and take notes! 00:00 Intro 03:05 Keaton's Limitless Society 03:27 Bomb: “I am the last person to talk about something and the first person to do something, and I am also the first person to make all of the mistakes.” - Keaton 07:40 Keaton's convo with trainers 12:10 How The Diesel Brothers came into the mix 14:50 Insurance 21:30 “At that point I could do anything I want.” - Keaton 27:00 Building cars for celebrities 32:50 How to help people at scale 33:30 Bomb: “All successful people do the same things.” - Keaton 34:50 Brad's Million Dollar Morning 45:50 Limitless Society go to https://limitless.keatonhoskins.com 49:00 Discord 53:54 Bomb: Creating Millionaires in the next year 58:01 Sign up for Brad's closer school here: https://www.closerschoollive.com 01:03:30 Fear 01:09:45 Keaton's Book: The Divorce Handbook 01:15:00 Time 01:18:52 Check out 1 Mission Nutrition for Supplements 01:19:23 Bomb: Supplements sent overseas
Good Morning Gorgeous! In today's podcast we're talking about how we can create relationships in the workplace without crossing any lines. Create clear expectations for yourself and your co-workers, and separate your work life, from your personal life. PLEASE SHARE this episode with your friends and on your social media platforms! Visit My Fragrance Line Fine Forever: https://www.fineforever.com/ Use this exclusive code for 10% off of your purchase: “Feminine” Watch the video version on my Youtube channel: https://youtu.be/in9dBQoO9u0 A Feminine Impression Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/afeminineimpression My personal Instagram page: @DrMichelleDaf Business Inquiries Only: DrMichelle.Partnership@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cristina Aleixendri Muñoz is cofounder of Bound4Blue, a company that has developed a rigid wing sail system for boats that helps vessels save on fuel costs by using the wind to boost its engines.In this episode we coverHow Cristina ended up in the engineering fieldWhy she decided to enter the maritime space with co-founding Bound4BlueThe future she sees for the shipping and maritime industryHer best advice for others who want to become entrepreneurs.Partnership and Ad enquiries?For business and partnerships enquiries email email@example.com or use the contact form at www.christophervonheim.comFollow Vonheim on Twitter and YouTube:YouTube: Christopher VonheimTwitter: @chrisvonheimThe Frantzen & Vonheim LetterJoin our letter to receive first hand insights from us: eepurl.com/htJXsTDisclaimerAll opinions expressed by Christopher Vonheim or his guests on this show are only their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of Vonheim. You should not treat any opinion expressed by Christopher Vonheim as a specific reason to invest or follow a particular strategy, but only as an expression of his opinion. This Show is for informational purposes only. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Daily Word 2.0 — Many of today's cultural issues, such as abortion, are not directly discussed by Jesus. However, in the limited pages of a book, Jesus could not have addressed everything we would encounter in life. Therefore, God left us with 10 guiding principles in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5. Links — CFE Atlanta, Online Community, Ministry School, Partnership
James Le Compte is the CEO at To'ak Chocolate. A luxury chocolate brand, where sharing the origin story is everything. Founded in 2013, with their first product available in 2014 they are a Shopify merchant, and are growing DTC at 50% year on year. Get all the links and resources we mention at https://ecommercemasterplan.com/podcast/?utm_source=captivate&utm_medium=episodenotes (eCommerceMasterPlan.com) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future.James Morgan is the owner and operator of Yibekka Kakadu Tours. He is passionate about protecting sacred sites within Kakadu National Park creating more career opportunities for his family.As a local Bininj man living and working in Kakadu. James's experience includes working in the Kakadu National Park Cultural Heritage team conducting rock art surveys and managing the cultural archive. He also has tourism expertise working as a guide on the Yellow Waters Cruise as the Media and Communications Officer for Kakadu National Park. With direct family connections to Kakadu, James can provide personal and first-hand accounts of the history of Bininj people who have lived in Kakadu for thousands of years.To help develop the for-purpose business model, James was a participant in Indigenous Business Australia's Accelerate with IBA program, which exists to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs to build and run their social enterprises.Through the program, delivered by The Difference Incubator, James, alongside six other Indigenous businesses, explored the value proposition and potential revenue streams for the business, while also developing an impact model that ensures measurable, meaningful social return to community.James's vision for the future of the Kakadu tourism industry is beyond his business. He wants an industry of businesses wholly (or at least majority) owned and operated by Aboriginal people. He wants to see businesses where Aboriginal people are in the top roles, where employees feel valued, and that Bininj kids grow up wanting to work for.Recommendations throughout this episode: Website: www.blackmagicwoman.com.auhttps://www.yibekka.com.au/aboutFollow us on Instagram - @blackmagicwomanpodcastThe Black Magic Woman Podcast is hosted by Mundanara Bayles and is an uplifting conversational style program featuring mainly Aboriginal guests and explores issues of importance to Aboriginal people and communities. Mundanara is guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference and focusses more on who people are rather than on what they do.If you enjoyed this episode, please ‘Subscribe' on Apple Podcasts or ‘Follow' on your Spotify app and tell your friends and family about us! If you'd like to contact us, please email, firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/black-magic-woman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
TOGETHER - To be With Each Other, in Partnership, in Co-operation & Collaboration. How do we make the most of being TOGETHER? This sermon will encourage you to make the most of your T.I.M.E Together through these four principles. ⬇️ 1.Tenacity 2.Intentionality 3.Methodology 4.Energy #openarms #churchonline #2022sermon #onlinechurch #Together Stay Connected: Visit our website - https://openarms.ie/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/openarms.ie/ Instagram - @openarms_church Donate/Give - https://openarms.ie/giving
In this episode of the Love Selling Hate Sales podcast, Joshua talks to Reed Clarke and Paul Chadwick, both Enterprise Account Executives at Shift Paradigm. They talk about the importance of partnership and the general challenges one may face when building a partnership program.Reed and Paul discuss the many different aspects of a partnership in terms of helping both the sales and corporate sides of the business. They also share some of the best and worst situations they experienced during partner deals and the lessons gained from these experiences.HIGHLIGHTSChallenges of working with software partnersWhy partnership mattersTrust and relationships make a successful partner program Applying the concept of third-party validationThe best and worst moments Reed and Paul had in a partner dealQUOTESReed: "Getting that upfront trust and making sure you have a cohesive plan helps a lot with that. But also just making sure that the goal is set and everybody knows what they're going to get. Everyone's worried in the software services relationship like 'who's going to pay what?', 'where's the budget going to go?', and you really just have to be clear about that."Reed: "Unfortunately, this is the reason for the bad rap and the young software salesperson is starting to catch that which is just 'we're going to tell you everything does everything.' And the problem is that their competitors are doing the same and there is a lot of crossover between all of this technology."Paul: "Enablement is a big one. Is there a partner program set up? And as partner folks begin newer roles in those situations, how do we quickly enable the sales folks to understand where we play in the market? How do we not take a revenue share from them? How do we incentivize?"Paul: "There is an element of breaking bread with somebody and having a conversation, telling stories, and developing that trust and relationship because it starts to open those doors."Connect with the guests through the links below:Reed (LinkedIn) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/reedlclarke/Paul (LinkedIn) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/pkchadwick/About Josh Wagner: Josh is a growth advisor and the host of the Love Selling Hate Sales podcast. He specializes in helping executives understand modern marketing and sales to drive growth in a scalable way. To learn more about Josh and his work, follow the links below:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshwagneraz/Company website: https://www.shiftparadigm.com/Personal Website: https://joshuadwagner.com/Podcast: https://www.lovesellinghatesales.com
“Alison Carey and Lezlie Cross explain how Shakespeare was able to avoid getting his nose slit, why it's important for each of us to make our own iteration, and the myriad worlds within the words of TWELFTH NIGHT!” Amy Brenneman stars in Christopher Liam Moore's sublime production of TWELFTH NIGHT, set in a Hamptons-esque Ilyria during the Golden Age of Radio. With original music composition by David Reiffel and sound design by Lindsay Jones. The Play On Podcast series, “TWELFTH NIGHT”, was translated into modern English verse by ALISON CAREY, and directed by CHRISTOPHER LIAM MOORE. Amy Brenneman as Olivia Jamie Ann Romero as Viola Tramell Tillman as Orsino Brandon David Delsid as Sebastian Daniel Parker as Sir Toby Belch Catherine Castellanos as Maria Rodney Gardiner as Feste Jordan Barbour as Sir Andrew Aguecheek Cristofer Jean as Antonio David Kelly as Malvolio Jeorge Bennett Watson as the Sea Captain and Priest Tina Munoz Pandya as Valentine and Officer 2 Casting by THE TELSEY OFFICE: KARYN CASL, CSA, and ADA KARAMANYAN. Voice and Text Coach: JULIE FOH Episode scripts were adapted and produced by CATHERINE EATON. Original Music Composition by DAVID REIFFEL. Sound Design and Mix by LINDSAY JONES. Sound engineering by SADAHARU YAGI. Mix Engineer and Dialogue Editor: LARRY WALSH. Podcast Mastering by GREG CORTEZ at New Monkey Studio. Coordinating Producer: TRANSCEND STREAMING (KYRA BOWIE and LEANNA KEYES). Script Supervisor: JORDAN MOORE. Managing Producer: ROBERT CAPPADONA. Senior Producer: MIRIAM LAUBE. Executive Producer: MICHAEL GOODFRIEND. The Senior Manager of Business Operations and Partnerships at Next Chapter Podcasts is SALLYCADE HOLMES. The Play On Podcast Series “TWELFTH NIGHT” is produced by NEXT CHAPTER PODCASTS and is made possible by the generous support of THE HITZ FOUNDATION. Visit NCPODCASTS.COM for more about the Play On Podcast Series. Visit PLAYONSHAKESPEARE.ORG for more about Play On Shakespeare. Hear more about the Play On Shakespeare Podcast series by listening to bonus content at NCPODCASTS.COM, where you'll find interviews with the artists, producers and engineers who brought it all to life. And remember: “IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE, PLAY ON!” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Que há diversos casos de cooperação na natureza, todas as pessoas sabem.Mas isso é inato dos seres vivos?Quais os pontos positivos da cooperação?E que outras coisas decorrem desse tipo de dinâmica?Confira o papo entre o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.> OUÇA (52min 12s)*Naruhodo! é o podcast pra quem tem fome de aprender. Ciência, senso comum, curiosidades, desafios e muito mais. Com o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.Edição: Reginaldo Cursino.http://naruhodo.b9.com.br*PARCERIA: ALURAAprofunde-se de vez: garantimos conhecimento com profundidade e diversidade, para se tornar um profissional em T - incluindo programação, front-end, data science, devops, ux & design, mobile, inovação & gestão.Navegue sua carreira: são mais de 1300 cursos e novos lançamentos toda semana, além de atualizações e melhorias constantes.Conteúdo imersivo: faça parte de uma comunidade de apaixonados por tudo que é digital. Mergulhe na comunidade Alura.Aproveite o desconto para ouvintes Naruhodo no link:https://bit.ly/naruhodo_alura*APOIO NESTE EPISÓDIO: OCBCooperar em grande escala é uma habilidade exclusiva do homo sapiens, já disse o historiador Yuval Noah Harari.E, em épocas de crises sócio-econômicas como a que estamos vivendo, a cooperação se torna ainda mais necessária e importante para solucionar os mais diversos desafios.É por isso que estamos lançando o episódio de hoje, 2 de julho, para falar da cooperação, com o apoio do Sistema OCB, a Casa do Cooperativismo no Brasil. No dia 2 de julho, o mundo todo celebra o Dia internacional do Cooperativismo, que em sua centésima edição fala sobre como as cooperativas constroem um mundo melhor. Só para se ter uma ideia do que é o cooperativismo, 1 em cada 6 pessoas é cooperativista no mundo. No Brasil, são mais de 4.800 coops, com mais de 17 milhões de cooperados, e trabalho e renda para milhões de brasileiros, além do potencial de transformação nas comunidades onde as coops estão inseridas.É um ciclo virtuoso que traz impacto positivo para todo mundo. Acesse somos.coop.br (coop com dois 'o's, de cooperar) para saber porque o coop faz muito e faz bem!A cooperação constrói resultados melhores e maiores do que o trabalho individual. As cooperativas são modelos de negócios que buscam traduzir essa forma natural de organização, a favor de relações mais humanas e mais justas. Então damos boas-vindas a você para este episódio sobre Cooperação, com o apoio do Sistema OCB, a voz do coop no Brasil.Vem com a gente!*REFERÊNCIASA framework for using phoresy to assess ecological transition into parasitism and mutualismhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13199-022-00830-7Mutualism: https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/earth-and-planetary-sciences/mutualismFor Whose Benefit?: The Biological and Cultural Evolution of Human Cooperationhttps://bit.ly/3NieU0lAGRICULTURAL COOPERATION AS AN INNOVATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENThttp://www.baltijapublishing.lv/index.php/issue/article/view/849Assessment of the Relationship Between Cooperation and Levelof Child's Rights Act Implementation in Benue and Lagos States,Nigeria https://bit.ly/3u2YMJ2Hunting Associations between Badgers (Taxidea taxus) and Coyotes (Canis latrans)https://academic.oup.com/jmammal/article-abstract/73/4/814/907355?login=falseCleaning symbiosis in an obligate goby–shrimp associationhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00227-013-2252-2Goby-shrimp partner specificity. 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5E Advanced Materials (FEAM) is a global leader in Boron+ advanced materials and is focused on enabling decarbonization. 5E Advanced Materials products target critical, high value applications within electric transportation, clean energy, food and domestic security. CTO Dr. Dinakar Gnanamgari discusses the Corning (GLW) partnership. Recently, Baird initiated the FEAM stock an at outperform rating with a $36 price target.
Carolina Veira, Director of Partnerships at CareMax, Inc. Carolina Veira is an award-winning executive, authentic leader, financial strategist and Diversity and Inclusion champion, with a passion for the advancement and empowerment of Hispanics, women, and other groups across various stages in their lives, and careers. She is an advocate for mental health, upward mobility, social […]
In this episode, with special guest Stu Grubbs (CEO and Co-Founder of Lightstream), we discuss Lightstream's streaming software and tools, mobile & IRL streaming, partnering with Xbox, Stu's long history in gaming, the competitive landscape for streaming tools, the demographics of streamers, and so much more!
Accelerated approval drugs have given patients access to care they otherwise would have waited years for. A new study shows that these drugs account for less than 1% of Medicaid spending - yet programs have placed restrictions on these medicines to curb spending. We hear from the author of that study, Dr. Kenneth Thorpe, about its findings and alternative solutions to cut costs without compromising patient access to innovative care. Plus, hear from Lyme Disease advocate Grace Shults about advocacy and the need for improved testing and care for this chronic condition.Hosts: Terry Wilcox, Executive Director, Patients RisingDr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public InterestKate Pecora, Field Correspondent Guests:Kenneth Thorpe, PhD., Chair, Partnership to Fight Chronic DiseaseGrace Shults, Host, Generation LymeJenny Jones, Patient CorrespondentLinks: New Analysis Finds Accelerated Approval Drugs Do Not Drive Medicaid SpendingDeep Inside the Gun Bill: A Break for Prescription Drug MiddlemenNeed help?The successful patient is one who can get what they need when they need it. We all know insurance slows us down, so why not take matters into your own hands? Our Navigator is an online tool that allows you to search a massive network of health-related resources using your zip code so you get local results. Get proactive and become a more successful patient right now at PatientsRisingConcierge.orgHave a question or comment about the show, or want to suggest a show topic or share your story as a patient correspondent?Drop us a line: email@example.comThe views and opinions expressed herein are those of the guest(s)/ author(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of Patients Rising.
A PR crisis will inevitably happen in your time working in sports sponsorships. I might come from the team side, or the brand side with those who sponsor you.How you react to those crises can make or break your future success in this industry.In this episode, we dive into how to handle those crises to come out on top while building trust with your sponsors.-----The Inches Podcast is a podcast that looks at sports & event sponsorship and how digital is affecting the industry and landscape. Hosted by Rich Franklin, Sr. Director of Partnerships at the Coachella Valley Firebirds and Nick Lawson, Co-founder of SQWAD.
New York City-based Comedian Nancy Lombardo, has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. TV credits include The Colin Quinn Show NBC, SNL, “All my Children” The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, PBS, Comedy Tonight, Nickelodeon and the Comedy Channel. She can be seen weekly on The Nancy Lombardo Show channel 56/83/34 NYC and live worldwide on www.mnn.org. www.comedyconcepts.com downloads available at www.cdbaby.com/Artist/NancyLombardo https://www.amazon.com/dp/1513684272?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 A POCKETFUL OF CONFIDENCE NOW AVAILABLE NOW ON KINDLE Masterpiece Sound Studios in Partnership with Sony Music Publishing Cover Song Contest Celeste spokesperson Moy, ESQ – Oversees business affairs for the estate of her late sister Sylvia Moy, the honored songwriter and producer best known for her longtime collaborations with Stevie Wonder. Alongside her siblings, the glorious Masterpiece Sound Studios in Detroit have undergone renovations and expansion. Masterpiece is poised to be a worldwide production destination R&B, Soul, and the modern Motown sound. Celeste Moy is an accomplished attorney specializing in copyrights and trademarks. She advises and represents top-tier performers and recording artists and some of music's iconic songwriters www.masterpiecesoundstudios.com/coversongcontest
Time freedom and financial stability of rental properties are the things that inspired our guest Oliver Fernandez to get bigger and shift into the multifamily space. So today, he will let us discover multifamily's ability to scale and provide consistent cash flow, the vital role of building connections, and sharing your expertise with like-minded people to get involved in operations and syndications. Stay tuned if you're ready to diversify your portfolio at a higher level! Key Takeaways To Listen ForAdvantages of being a rental property ownerThe power of building relationships in expanding your network and businessReasons why multifamily is a better option for cash flow and scalabilityHow to show and add value to your real estate teamPositive consequences of being surrounded by the right peopleResources Mentioned In This EpisodeRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki | Paperback & AudiobookFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Oliver FernandezOliver is a construction business owner and real estate investor that has successfully completed over $80M worth of construction projects and accumulated a real estate investment portfolio valued at over $150M in the past nine years! Connect with Oliver Website: Invest With OliverInstagram: @oliverfernandez_3To Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.
When we get married, we often think that if we married the “right person,” then everything will be easy. This is simply not true. Every relationship takes work. In this episode, we're talking about conscious partnerships. Let's go through the 10 attitudes/behaviors that characterize a conscious partnership. Any relationship worth having is worth working for! Getting the Love You Want by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D.
We highly recommend having a written partnership agreement with your missionary's missions sending agency. But it's more than just the paper. Making a good partnership work requires time, effort, relationship, and prayer. This episode explains some of the challenges and tips for making an effective partnership agreement that really works to the advantage of all involved and to the ministry on the field.
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Brian Wagers is a multi-family investor. He grew his family's portfolio to 500 units before moving on to syndication where he is now involved. Been involved in over 150 million worth of apartment transactions. With over 2,000 units through his experience as an owner and general partner. He now seeks to invest and help other high-growth professionals and business owners put their money in a tax-advantaged, risk-adjusted growth space that is multi-family. Highlights: [00:00 - 05:48] Opening Segment Brian Wagers started out in Northwest Arkansas and bought a single-family home before moving on to multi-family and building a portfolio of 500 units Brian partnered up with Elevate Commercial Investment group. [05:48 - 11:38] How to Capital Raise Like a Pro: Tips from a Veteran Brian discusses how he has succeeded in the capital raising space by being organized, adding value, and being competitive. He talks about the challenges of the capital raising space, including interest rates and cap rates. He emphasizes the importance of underwriting for higher cap rates and staying ahead of the competition. Transparency is Important in Communication [11:39 - 15:00] Investors Shift Focus to Classier Properties Their Company is keeping its cap rate at 2% or 3% annually, depending on the location and asset class. They are starting to look more seriously at A-class assets due to the compressed cap rates. The market for A-class assets is appealing to institutional investors and provides less risk than buying a house. Developers Look to Multifamily Properties as an Exit Strategy The interest rates for multifamily properties have decreased, which has made them more affordable for buyers. Multi-family properties are becoming more liquid, which makes it easier for buyers to find and exit these properties. Class A developers are looking for premiums in multifamily properties, so buyers must find a value that they can add to the spa [15:06 - 17:36] Closing Segment Reach out to Brian Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “I think, transparency is really important in communication and making sure we are updating our investors, whether things go wrong or whatnot .” - Brian Wagers ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Brian on LinkedIn Facebook Instagram or email him at Brian@elevatecig.com or visit their website: Elevatecig.com Connect with me: Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Brian Wagers: I think, transparency is really important in communication. Making sure we're updating our investors, whether things go wrong or what not just when things are going right. [00:00:09] Brian Wagers: If things are slower than expected to let them know what's happening in the market, there's a lot of people are worried about where the market is headed, is it, too hot interest rate changes. So just keeping them updated with educational material on that, I think is important. [00:00:23] Brian Wagers: Making sure you explain your underwriting, I think. Investors are getting more and more sophisticated. [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: Brian Wagers is a multi-family investor. He grew his family's portfolio to 500 units before moving on to syndication where he is now involved. Been involved in over 150 million worth of apartment transactions. Brian, welcome to the show. [00:00:54] Brian Wagers: Hey, thanks. Thanks Sam. [00:00:56] Sam Wilson: Good to be on here. Hey man, pleasure's mine. [00:00:58] Sam Wilson: There's three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get. [00:01:04] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So I got started in Northwest Arkansas. About six years ago bought a single family home quickly, diverted over to multi-family had a 12 unit scaled that into another 12 unit and a 20 unit combination of family money, seller financing. [00:01:20] Brian Wagers: Got my hands dirty with a medium sized, small multi-family projects, built up a portfolio of about 450 to 500 units with just me as a lead sponsor me as the only general partner with, friends and family. And just as of recently partnered up with elevate commercial investment group, where now I'm a general partner on, thousands of units. [00:01:43] Sam Wilson: That is really, really cool. I love that story of, building, building a portfolio of 500 units. I'm really curious, once you had figured it out and once you had made it to that 500 unit mark, which is a lot of units, by the way, if you're just a single general partner in 500 units, that's a lot of units, what was the impetus for, joining another team and being a general partner with other people when you can really own a hundred percent of your own deals right now, [00:02:09] Brian Wagers: right? [00:02:09] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So it was always in the back of my mind. It was, I don't know that it was a aha moment. I think when I first got started in multi-family, the people that I was learning from, they were doing the syndications and they were doing the larger projects. But for me to get started, I really wanted to, have a track record proof. [00:02:25] Brian Wagers: I have somewhat of a proof of concept, My hands dirty and do you know all aspects of real estate. So I've always had multi-family syndications in the background of my head. That's always thinking about different things, but I knew I was gonna focus on multi-family. Just, I was open to doing it different ways, so, About two years ago, I was scaling my portfolio and I was starting to make offers on some of the same deals that I had seen before, they had come back full cycle. So I knew I was playing in a somewhat smaller space. so I knew. that thought of going bigger was going to have to come soon. [00:03:00] Brian Wagers: So I, I was really starting to plant some seeds with some other bigger time operators and looking at how I could provide value to them as I continued to grow. So yeah, I could keep, a hundred percent, and keep trying to do the smaller deals. But I think for me, it was one was the inventory there, where I was coming across. [00:03:19] Brian Wagers: Some of these deals, a couple times. So that was kind of, a good moment for me know, knowing that I had to expand. and it was okay giving up, a portion of that in, in order to really grow, it's who not how you get there. So I'm firm believer in that, partnering up with strategic people to get you to continue to grow. [00:03:38] Brian Wagers: And I didn't want, I'm always trying to be the best version of myself , in all aspects. So. It's okay. To relinquish some control in some areas. And, for me that was partnering up and giving up some of that [00:03:50] Sam Wilson: partnership. [00:03:50] Sam Wilson: I like that idea there, Brian, that, Hey, I gotta get outta my own backyard. [00:03:53] Sam Wilson: I've gotta go somewhere where somebody else has local market knowledge that you don't have to then rebuild. You don't have to go get into a new market and say, all right, how do I figure out this market? You got somebody else that you that's experienced in it. I guess the question I would have if someone's already in a market and they've already got people on the ground, they're already running a very large operation. [00:04:12] Sam Wilson: What did you bring to the table? Or how did you position it, such that they would say to you, Brian, I'd love to have you be part of the team. What did that conversation look like? Not that you're not a great guy and you don't have great skills. Cause obviously you do cuz you've taken down 500 units on your. [00:04:25] Sam Wilson: But even, so it seems like they would already had all the seats on the bus taken care of. [00:04:30] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So for me, that was positioning myself, to continue that track record. So it wasn't just, Hey, I'm gonna be a partner with your firm. Like, let's go, it was a deal, work with them on a kind of a JV. Case by case basis. [00:04:46] Brian Wagers: So it wasn't just, I was like, Hey, let me give me an opportunity to prove myself, that's all I wanted was an opportunity to, say I'm going to do what I say I'm going to do. So, that was raising on a couple deals. So we raised on three or four deals before we actually, agreed on a partnership. [00:05:05] Brian Wagers: And that was. Asking for me, I focus on the capital raising piece. So that was going to be my focus. So when I was reaching out, I was reaching out to other operators and seeing if, Hey, is that something that you could bring on? And for the operators that I'm looking at, I'm looking at high. I was looking at high growth operators. [00:05:23] Brian Wagers: So, the two main. Flows of multi-family real estate is, deals and equity. So that was. My main, pivot point was, Hey where can I bring value? And that was in the equity piece. [00:05:36] Sam Wilson: Right? Right. No, that's that's really cool. What, and again, I'm sorry for digging in, maybe on this so much, but I think it's an important, stepping stones for people who are in this business looking to scale, looking to grow. [00:05:48] Sam Wilson: They want to go, okay. How have other people done? So focused on capital raise. Why not just cog? What would what was the impetus again? I'm just trying to figure out again, not that you're not a bad, not a good guy, but you know, for the other at elevate, was it elevate equity? [00:06:03] Sam Wilson: Was that, was it two elevate commercial [00:06:04] Brian Wagers: investment group. Okay. Yeah. So, right, right. Like, so, and additionally to just COGP in there was,. Okay. What areas of their business did I find? Like bringing I'm just, when I'm just cog and I was just the capital, but right. Adding value outside of that, during these other deals. [00:06:22] Brian Wagers: So, jumping on calls, trying to add value as, as far as marketing goes or trying to, help coordinate with other cogs that we may have on the deal, take it saying, okay, I'm just gonna raise my, I'm gonna commit to a million. And I raise 1.2 million. That's great. That's a good track record, but going beyond staying super organized throughout the whole deal, maybe GI giving recaps of what everybody's doing. [00:06:47] Brian Wagers: Try to find little value, add pieces and each part of the deal. So going above and beyond, I think was a main part there. And starting to kind of ma I was starting to manage some of the other co razors before I was doing that kind of staying ahead of our next steps. Hey, what do we need to get something on the calendar? [00:07:06] Brian Wagers: Where are we at? So I think just over delivering on those on that piece, [00:07:11] Sam Wilson: that's cool. No, I love that. That's absolutely awesome. Tell me, you know what, as you look at the portfolio, I guess, do you still own that 500 unit portfolio? Is that still yours? [00:07:21] Brian Wagers: So it dwindled down to around like, 250 - 300 units. [00:07:25] Brian Wagers: we're selling. So I just, we just sold 102 units today. I sold 54 units earlier this year. we did sell. 82 units, but we bought 72 more at the end of last year. so, it's right around, 250, 300, but we're looking at selling a lot of that. A lot of my personal portfolio is [00:07:46] Sam Wilson: that because it's just, I mean, the market is just red hot and you can just get top dollar for it. [00:07:51] Sam Wilson: Is that kind of your thinking there? Or was there other things that, that are driving those decisions? [00:07:57] Brian Wagers: Yeah there's several different factors, but that being, one of the main reasons, the market is super hot, where, more and more people are looking at our market of Northwest Arkansas two, we've implemented a lot of the value add business plan. [00:08:10] Brian Wagers: Some of these deals we've only held for two years, three years, but you know, we've got it to about where we wanna be. And if we can get those offers that we expected to have in five years and two years, Might as well, especially with me focusing on, these larger deals, it just gives me more equity to put back alongside of the, on, on these larger deals. [00:08:32] Brian Wagers: So it's a huge plus having that, I built up quite a bit of equity in these smaller deals too, place in, in the larger deals [00:08:40] Sam Wilson: yeah, that's a great point is that you can recycle that back into your own opportunities. And, develop more the limited partner side of things. As you invest in your own opportunities than you could maybe on the active investor side. [00:08:53] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Yeah. [00:08:54] Brian Wagers: So I'm investing as an LP in all our deals too, as well as, helping on the GP portion. [00:08:59] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Oh, that's cool. And that certainly gives your investors a vote of confidence as. As they, [00:09:05] Brian Wagers: yeah, it's definitely an extra, there's a lot of reassurances in multifamily, but I think, being able to invest alongside of your investors is super important to them. [00:09:13] Brian Wagers: But I wasn't always able to do that. I had to that's, one of the reasons I had to do those small and medium sized deals was to. Really help one, get my track record and prove the concept like I mentioned before, but, get that equity two, be able to invest with them. [00:09:28] Brian Wagers: Yeah, [00:09:28] Sam Wilson: no, I think that's awesome. What are some challenges that you see in the capital raising space right now? [00:09:36] Brian Wagers: I think, transparency is really important in communication. Making sure we're updating our investors, whether things go wrong or what not just when things are going right. [00:09:45] Brian Wagers: If things are slower than expected to let them know what's happening in the market, there's a lot of people are worried about where the market is headed, is it, too hot interest rate changes. So just keeping them updated with educational material on that, I think is important. [00:10:00] Brian Wagers: Making sure you explain your underwriting, I think. Investors are getting more and more sophisticated. So, it's important to show them your underwriting, your assumptions, and make it clear on, what the risks are and what the potential are. [00:10:14] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. What, and let's talk about that, if if we're standing on shaky ground or who everybody's been calling for a recession. [00:10:22] Sam Wilson: Lord, who knows how many years? Five, seven years. But I mean, even, so there are some things changing. We continue, especially in the multi-family market to see cap rates compress, and now we're seeing rates go up. What are you guys doing in this environment to remain competitive? [00:10:36] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So underwriting more deals is a big thing. [00:10:39] Brian Wagers: Getting in front of more deals, bringing on more boots on the ground partners that can find us deals that are local. I are finding more and more important that, , people local in the market are sometimes getting first looks at deals. So sometimes we'll bring on partners who find deals and their local market have relationships with commercial brokers. [00:10:58] Brian Wagers: And as far as the cap rates, you want to make sure you're underwriting for higher cap rates. That's huge. And the interest rate changes now, refinance events in year three. We definitely wanna make sure we're not. Keeping the same interest rate or a lower interest rate at what we're coming in at. [00:11:15] Brian Wagers: So we're making sure that interest rate is going up at year three. And we're also accounting for a higher cap rate at sale in year five. [00:11:23] Sam Wilson: Yeah, no, that's that's absolutely important. What do you think this is? This is pure, just subjective questioning. We've seen rent rates and I mean, I own some multifamily properties and we've just seen rents, just, I mean, just up into the right. [00:11:39] Sam Wilson: All of us have, what are you guys doing on your underwriting side for rent growth? If any [00:11:44] Brian Wagers: Yeah, we're keeping it around 2%. We try to keep it around 2% annually, 3%, depending on the location, depending on the asset class. That can vary from C class to A class. So, so we are looking more and more at a CLA the way with cap rates compressing, we have started to look more and more at the, a class opportunities. [00:12:03] Brian Wagers: Now five years ago, I would tell you I'll never buy an a class. I'm a value add, C class to B class property buyer, but the way the market is, we're starting to shift that outlook. As far as. With the way the cap rates are going, but, definitely. And if it's a deep value add, obviously we can increase those rents quite a bit more than just a 2%, 3%. [00:12:25] Brian Wagers: But once sta once, upon stabilization, we're looking around 2% rent growth. [00:12:30] Sam Wilson: Gotcha. No, that's really interesting. You say you're moving into a class. Can you gimme some really Insight into why you're finding more value or even potentially less risk in an, a class asset. [00:12:41] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So the, a class stuff that we're looking at one, if you think about a class in general, you kind of think less headaches, it's a more, appealing investment to more institutional, equity that we are getting more and more of, they see it as a more safe. [00:12:58] Brian Wagers: Whereas the way that the housing market is going, it's becoming harder and harder to buy a house. And so for young professionals to really fork up, to buy a $400,500,000 house, they may see it better to ride it out and live in a nice, a class community with good amenities for a while before they can move into a permanent home. [00:13:19] Brian Wagers: So, the factors, the way the single family market. Less maintenance on the front end, so we can, you can underwrite for that. And more of a safe, longer ride, for some of our people are wanting to hold closer to the five year. Five [00:13:33] Sam Wilson: year terms. Got it. No, that makes a lot of sense. [00:13:36] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Offsetting some of that risk by buying newer, nicer assets. Maybe you don't have the maintenance, but also like you said, is that your institutional players tend to like that space. So if you guys are looking for an exit and in three to five years, your buyer pool probably exists at a much a much larger buyer pool on those types of assets. [00:13:54] Sam Wilson: Yeah, [00:13:54] Brian Wagers: exactly. Right. So you're always looking at who, what your exit plan is and who you're going to ultimately sell it to. So now we have a lot more capital chasing, multi-family real estate, a lot of these people in Covid that we're buying office space and retail space are now looking at multifamily. [00:14:10] Brian Wagers: A lot of these people that have. Their money in the stocks and the money in, other vehicles are more and more looking at, the real estate market. So I think that also helped offset some of its interest rates. We're seeing it's becoming a more liquid space, because like you said, you have a lot more exit buyers for your properties, [00:14:28] Sam Wilson: right? [00:14:29] Sam Wilson: No, that's really cool. How do you overcome? I would think though, as you move into the, a class space, That your return profile just, get gets diminished. I mean, is that a fair assumption? Yeah, it's definitely [00:14:42] Brian Wagers: fair. The A class developers, builders, they are looking for premiums. [00:14:46] Brian Wagers: So you really have to find, it's like, if it's an, a class, you have to find the value that you can add. So, hopefully we are, when we're buying a class we're trying to buy from the developers. So they've got it to 90% lease up. And they're just getting it leased up however they can. [00:15:02] Brian Wagers: So they're offering concessions, they may be putting a little bit higher expenses in, they just wanna get that property leased up. So we're then able to get some of those expenses down a little bit. And start pushing the rents up to more market rents versus to the rents that they were just to get people in the door to where they can eventually exit. [00:15:20] Brian Wagers: So finding that value in that space is really important, cuz not every a class is an opportunity, but we definitely like to buy. From the developers from, for that reason, [00:15:30] Sam Wilson: right? No, that's an interesting strategy. Not one I hear a lot about, but I think it has a lot of merit in that, like you said, you can improve their operations, decrease expenses, bring rents up to market. [00:15:42] Sam Wilson: And yet at the same time, you're not having the risk of being the developer, getting the project done. So it's kind of like a, it's a nice hybrid approach to development in its own. Exactly. [00:15:51] Brian Wagers: You just have to be upfront with your investors, they just, and if they're buying into an opportunity like that, the cash flow is going to be low, especially on the front end. [00:16:00] Brian Wagers: Right. But that's what you get when you are buying those kind of opportunities. Right. [00:16:04] Sam Wilson: Right. And as long as everybody understands the rules of the game, then that is what it is. So I think that's really cool. Brian, thank you for taking the time to jump on today and really tell us. [00:16:13] Sam Wilson: The the nuances of transitioning from owning 500, your own units to then just joining a team, it's kind of like that idea of McDonald's it's like, do you wanna own a hundred percent of your own deal or 1% of McDonald's? Well, I'll take 1% of McDonald's all day long. So I love the the idea for you, joining a bigger team and just owning the smaller piece of a bigger pie. [00:16:33] Sam Wilson: I think that's really cool and love just how you've. Brought value to that team and shared the way that you've done that in order to make this all work. So, thanks again, for sharing your insight today, do appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:16:49] Brian Wagers: Yeah, just you can email me, Brian@elevatecig.com. I'm on Facebook, Instagram LinkedIn message me on one of those. If you're active in the space too, just Brian Wagers. Awesome, [00:17:00] Track 1: Brian, [00:17:01] Sam Wilson: we'll be sure to include that all in the show notes. And certainly thank you again for coming on. [00:17:05] Brian Wagers: Yeah, absolutely. [00:17:06] Brian Wagers: Sam, thanks for having me. Sorry about the background noise today. Hey [00:17:09] Sam Wilson: man, no sweat at all. Appreciate it.
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In this week's episode, Jason talks with Dr. Krysten Schuler about the impact of lead toxicity in eagles and other scavenging birds. Dr. Schuler is the Co-Director of the Cornell Wildlife Health Lab and former Pennsylvania native. During the conversation, we will learn how scavenging birds are exposed to lead, side effects of lead poisoning, and if lead toxicity is causing a population wide impact. Dr. Schuler will also detail ways to reduce our contribution to lead poisoning and why hunting with lead has been banned before. Follow Dr. Schuler on Twitter Check out the North American Non-lead Partnership for tips and mission statements
For the 50th episode of the podcast, Jeremy and Marisol are joined for the second time by Chief Sales & Solutions Officer, Dave Drayton. Dave dives deeper into how to build long-lasting relationships as an active part of our mission, always keeping service in mind. He further discusses the values of leadership, mentorship, and honor in providing outstanding service to people around him. Using real-life examples from his sales team, he shares the importance of belief – belief in people and helping them believe in themselves.
A disruptor, educator, and transformer obsessed with human centered design, Jacobs Director, Technology & Innovation Timothy Berendt is experienced in corporate innovation, business development and strategic investments. At Jacobs, Tim is responsible for the incubation and acceleration of multiple projects including sourcing innovation and technology organizations. In his current role, he also co-led Jacobs' first Corporate Venture Capital arm and partnership strategy, structure, and processes. Tim is also a professor at Massachusetts Art College of Art & Design where he teaches entrepreneurship, human centered design, and other innovative sciences in the Master of Design: Design Innovation program. Previous to joining Jacobs, Tim was the Head of Business Development for Aifred Health, focused on utilizing artificial intelligence to assist in clinical decision support in mental healthcare, starting with depression. Tim led Aifred's strategy, deployment and growth efforts, specifically in the United States. Aifred finished #1 in North America and #2 in the World in IBM's Global AI X-Prize and was recently highlighted in CB Insights State of Healthcare Report.Shreya Mallamula is a rising senior studying Computer Science at Virginia Tech University. Over the past semester she has had the privilege of serving as the Project Manager for the school's technical partnership with Jacobs Engineering. During the summer of 2022, she is continuing her involvement with the Consulting Group as the Director of Projects, looking for new companies/initiatives to connect with, while also working as a Cloud Engineering Consultant for Amazon AWS. Outside of the Consulting Group, she is involved with a number of Women in STEM initiatives on campus, and she also loves dancing, cooking and hanging out with her friends.Dawson Racek is a senior at Virginia Tech studying Corporate Finance and Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technology. He has interned at Jacobs for over a year on the Innovation and Investor Relations teams, helping with the company's Venture Capital efforts. He is now working at RingCentral, helping to invest into UCaaS solutions.
Most young people do not understand the full breadth of government jobs available—or that there are public service careers for nearly every academic major and course of study. In this episode, Partnership for Public Service President and CEO Max Stier moderates a conversation at the 2022 SXSW EDU conference on the federal government's talent ecosystem and how to recruit and retain the next generation of public servants. Listeners will hear from three incredible speakers working in the federal government and career services about how young people can find their entry point into the public sector and how federal leaders can reduce barriers to working in public service, particularly for underrepresented groups including those with disabilities. Episode speakers include: Kiran Ahuja, the director of the Office of Personnel Management Director who leads recruitment and talent management for the federal government and its more than 2 million employees. Tara Duprey, a career and professional development leader at George Washington University's Center for Career Services. Callie Higgins, a materials research engineer at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Higgins is a winner of the 2021 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals'® Emerging Leader award, given to young federal employees who make important contributions early in their federal careers. A complete transcript of this episode can be found here. Additional Resources: Refer to the Partnership's Go Government site to learn more about applying to opportunities to work in the federal government, how to use USA Jobs and more! Learn more about The Pathways Program which offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates and those with an advanced degree.
Tom & Rob recap the Travelers, Rob plays golf at the ass crack of dawn and Tom plays another practice round. The boys talk PGA/DP World Tour partnership, PGA Tour cards, LIV and more. SST PGA Champion Brian Hogan joins the show to walk us through his round. The John Deere Book It w/ T picks are in. Capped off by Tom's Top 3 question.
This week the Mayor had some good friends stop by the studio live and talk shop !! Jay Coates, Rabih Aboukeir, and Mark Hickman each bring a unique perspective on the referral relationship. We talk about what a good referral partner looks like. What a realtor and Mortgage loan officer look for in a good insurance agent. This is a fun conversation!! This episode is sponsored by:Smart ChoiceAgency Performance PartnersCover DeskCanopy Connect
Host: Brenda Zane, www.brendazane.comShow notes: www.brendazane.com/hopestream/120Free e-book: www.brendazane.com/hindsightThe Stream, a community for moms: www.thestreamcommunity.comGet my weekly email: www.brendazane.com/emailAre you a dad? Find out more about our soon-to-launch men's community: www.brendazane.com/dad“It's not mine. I'm just carrying it for a friend.” Have you heard this one before? As many times as that line has been used, it's still a really common cover in the moment we confront our kids. Yet, sometimes our kids are really good at hiding their substance use or addiction because the signs are actually not obvious. It's shocking and confusing when our incredible, thoughtful, and high-achieving kids are battling something so dangerous. In this episode, I'm joined by author, and certified parent and life coach, Cathy Taughinbaugh. Cathy is a Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) trained coach through the Center for Motivation and Change and a parent coach with the Partnership to End Addiction. Cathy is an expert in helping parents connect with their kids through an approach that is driven by compassion and positivity which she shares in her book. If you're tired of blaming, shaming, and lashing out in response to your child's addiction, this conversation is going to encourage you and remind you that there is another way to address the problems and the pain. In this episode, you'll learn: The most common mistakes parents make in setting boundaries with their kidsWhat the CRAFT approach is and why it's statistically proven to be more effective to guide kids toward the path of recoveryMany of the reasons why your child's addiction is actually NOT your faultWhy becoming an expert in self-care will always be the biggest gift to your childWhy your silver lining will almost always begin with connectionHow focusing on your child's strengths is powerful and not “going soft” or naiveConnect with Cathy: https://cathytaughinbaugh.com/Book: The Compassion AntidoteBook: Beyond Addiction: How Science and Kindness Help People Change Book: The Artist's WayResource: Drugfree.org
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Annette talks about what held her back from originally signing up with Lisa, and why she decided to go all in. What made working with Lisa and Benjamin different for Annette compared to all the other self growth programs she has done? The characteristics and qualities we expect from a man, we have to embody first. What made sharing within the group of other strong, badass women so powerful for Annette? Annette talks about how she opened up her heart and forgave herself for poor past decisions and her part in unhealthy relationships.The work Annette did has also positively affected her career and the way she shows up in the world. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.comMentioned:Quotes“I can't expect my Guardian of my Soul to give me everything on my wish list. If I'm not willing to be the wish list myself.” - Annette“I'm not going to settle until I feel home.” - Annette“The guy is going to come. I know he's coming.” - Annette“You guys coach from your soul and your heart.” - Annette“How lucky is my life that I just need the right guy?” - Annette
Today we're chatting with the brilliant and sweet Danielle Wiebe all about how to strategically collaborate and partner with other entrepreneurs and businesses to scale your business. Danielle talked ALLLLL about building relationships, collaborations, and partnerships as one of the most powerful tools you can use to accelerate and scale your business. We went deep into what collaborations and partnerships are, how to format a pitch email, and how to get noticed by the person or brand you're trying to collaborate with. Danielle even covers things you should be doing before ever sending a collaboration request that will set you up for a yes down the road. If you're ready to learn how to network and collaborate in a way that will grow your community and therefore your business, grab a notebook and let's get started with today's show!! Shownotes: https://theheartuniversity.com/258-creating-strategic-collaborations-and-partnerships-to-scale-your-business-with-danielle-wiebe Buku: www.bukuship.com/heartandhustle For a free 7-day trial! Gigi Pip: https://ctgro.com/VUumgWLeq Use code “heartandhustle” for free shipping when you use the link! Follow along with Danielle: www.instagram.com/danilivinglife www.instagram.com/businessbabesco Business Babes Collective Podcast www.businessbabescollective.com Dream Big by Bob Goff Rythms of Rewnal by Rebekah Lyons If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity
My guest for this episode is Amari Romero-Thomas. Amari has over 15 years experience in the nonprofit sector. She was executive director for two nonprofits and has overseen grantmaking efforts within United Way. While a senior consultant for management assistance nonprofit, she focused on executive transition and search and oversaw the development of their coaching program. Amari is the founder and principal consultant at Mosaic Consulting and Coaching. Mosaic assists organizations and individuals “put all the right pieces” together in service to their personal or organizational mission. Here's what to expect during the episode: What is spirituality? What is the role of spirituality in leadership? What does the acronym "JAMNYS" stand for? Why is self-care important for a leader's success? What does a soul coach do? Connect with Amari! Website: https://www.mosaicconsultingcoach.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amariromerothomas/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to https://hilandconsulting.org to get your free copy of 6 Steps You Must Know to Unleash the Potential of Your Nonprofit Board. Mary's book is available on Amazon or wherever books are sold: Love Your Board! The Executive Directors' Guide to Discovering the Sources of Nonprofit Board Troubles and What to Do About Them. Be sure to subscribe to Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you don't miss a single episode, and while you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! Let us know the topics or questions you would like to hear about in a future episode. You can do that, and follow us, on Facebook. Connect with Mary! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryhiland Inspired Nonprofit Leadership Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/inspirednonprofitleadership Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilandconsulting Website: https://www.hilandconsulting.org
Good Morning Gorgeous! In today's podcast I'm discussing the story of Queen Esther and how it can help us in our quest for success, Esther shows us that we can rise from a low status to being one of the most powerful people in the world. PLEASE SHARE this episode with your friends and on your social media platforms! Visit My Fragrance Line Fine Forever: https://www.fineforever.com/ Use this exclusive code for 10% off of your purchase: “Feminine” Watch the video version on my Youtube channel: https://youtu.be/in9dBQoO9u0 A Feminine Impression Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/afeminineimpression My personal Instagram page: @DrMichelleDaf Business Inquiries Only: DrMichelle.Partnership@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's session is all about building a breathwork app. It's an interesting and nuanced process that most of us don't understand. Breathwork can be a vital part of any therapy practice, and it is a tool that we should better understand. Join us to learn more! Our Featured Guest Brian Von Ancken Brian Von Ancken is Head of Partnerships at Othership.us. Brian and I met on Twitter, which has been a great place for me to connect and engage with many amazing people. Brian's app is one of the top products on Product Hunt, and I'm curious about why he created an app like this that focuses on health and wellness. We will also talk about the technical aspects of creating a breathwork app. https://www.othership.us/ (Website) Get a discounted price on Othership by using the link: http://www.sellingthecouch.com/othership ( www.sellingthecouch.com/othership). You'll Learn: Brian's personal journey, finding wellness after difficulties, that led him to Othership How Brian's law degree benefits him in the entrepreneurial world The biggest mental roadblocks that were in Brian's way Lessons learned in putting yourself “out there” on social media How Brian connected with the Othership founder and ended up partnering together How Brian's breathwork app gained popularity through Product Hunt, a website that features new and useful products How Othership is trying to fuel a movement toward peak experiences and elevated wellness How the app material is recorded by breathwork facilitators in a high-quality production process How Brian has struggled to remain authentic along the journey Mentioned in this episode: Ready to create your own course? Download the FREE Online Course Guide! Learn how to create and market your own online course in Melvin's unique online course guide. Download the FREE online course guide today! https://selling-the-couch.captivate.fm/onlinecourseguide (Online Course Guide )
Inside RI Public Health presented by Commonwealth Care Alliance: a partnership between CCA and Lifespan addresses social determinants of health and much more. We discuss in detail with CCA's Corey McCarty and Lifespan's Dr. Alan Kurose.Support the show
If you're a dreamer or an aspiring entrepreneur, join us in today's episode as Brian Scudamore emphasizes the importance of aligning oneself on the route to success and realizing that each step is a milestone to fulfill. If you want to start your own business, check this out today and be the first to discover the true meaning of success! Key takeaways to listen for How the power of imagination can lead you to success The life-changing lessons you can learn from failure Why is it important to encourage individuals to pursue entrepreneurship? Mentorship vs. partnership How to build your own business and be your own boss 4 most valuable insights from "Build Your Own Business and Be Your Own Boss" Resources mentioned in this episode WTF?! (Willing to Fail) by Brian Scudamore | Hardcover and Kindle BYOB: Build Your Own Business, Be Your Own Boss by Brian Scudamore | Hardcover and Paperback Brian Scudamore Can You Imagine Benjamin Zander Best Junk Removal in Toronto Shaquille O'Neal Fred De Luca About Brian Scudamore Serial entrepreneur and author Brian Scudamore, has always taken the road less traveled. At just 19 years old, he pioneered the industry of professional junk removal with 1-800-GOT-JUNK? turning a chore people avoid into an exceptional customer service experience. Then he scaled that success into two more home-service brands, WOW 1 DAY PAINTING and Shack Shine, under the O2E Brands banner. Brian learned the ins and outs of the business by running his own and believes that anyone with a fire in their gut and a vision for doing something incredible can do the same. His philosophy, WTF (Willing To Fail), stems from his belief in the power of dreaming big, taking risks, and learning from mistakes. Through franchising, he's giving thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to BYOB (Build Your Own Business, Be Your Own Boss), and live their dream of business ownership. Connect with Brian Website: Brian Scudamore Instagram: @brianscudamore LinkedIn: Brian Scudamore YouTube: Brian Scudamore Podcast: Founders Stories Amazon: Brian Scudamore Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at email@example.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting,” click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
Our guest today is John Timar, CEO of Kill Cliff. Kill Cliff is America's best-selling clean energy drink and the official drink of the Atlanta Braves. We discuss how the Navy Seals impacted John and led the founding of Kill Cliff, some of the creative marketing initiatives Kill Cliff has done the past few years including a partnership with Joe Rogan, why at one point they considered a rebrand, and how they doubled down on their core audience and release new SKUs. Without further ado, here's John. Why did you want to be a Navy SEAL? What was the hardest part of becoming a SEAL? What did you most learn from that experience? How was the transition to civilian life? How was the transition from SEALs into business? What did you first do after the SEALs?Don't have the community Why did Todd Ehrlich found Kill Cliff? What was the insight? How did you know Todd? When you say lost its way, give an example of something that the company did that was inauthentic to the brand? What were some of the challenges going from enterprise to consumer? How is it a better alternative to what's out there? Kill What's been the low points and tough moments within Kill Cliff? When did you get involved? Why did you get involved? What was your first role? How do you approach distribution since I'd imagine the Red Bull probably try to block you? You were able to recruit John Brenkus as your CMO. How did you convince him to join and what has been the impact? How do you approach partnerships? What is Kill Cliff fight club? When did you decide to get into CBD and why? What's the perception of energy drinks? How did you raise capital? Why were you promoted to CEO? With your partnership with Rogan, has the controversy around him had any affect with Kill Cliff? How do you approach new flavors and products? One piece of advice?