On the Edge with April Mahoney
https://youtu.be/o33R8MKDWk8 https://www.mindsetsuccessstrategies.com Trained in Nursing at Beaumont Hospital Dublin, Ireland's Centre of Excellence for Neuroscience, I went on to get my Honours Degree in Health Studies from London's Royal College of Nursing, and my Master's in Occupational Health. Some would say that makes me a fairly unlikely business owner but from very early in my career, I knew I wanted to design and have absolute control over my own life. I wanted to be able create a life that was the way I wanted it to be, not what the profession had mapped out for me and I wanted to use my two areas of passion to do that, the area of Health and the areas of Empowering, Motivating and Inspiring People. The keys to my success have been Mindset Strength, Laser Focus and Relentless Determination and Persistence, and this led me to setting up Healthforce in 2004 which offered health and wellbeing services to employees within all types and sizes of organisations. I acquired the company Employee Health in 2012 which allowed me to expand hugely and The Healthforce Group was sold in 2015. I say to all my clients, “EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE”, If I can do it, you can do it, anyone can. You just need the right tools and the right Mindset.
Explore our current offers: www.igniteherbrand.com We hear time and time again that we need to do the inner work in order to see the breakthrough, but what does that actually mean? What is the inner work? I am honored to have interviewed one of our IGNITE clients, Rebeccca Muriuki, who is a prime example of how it's the inner transformation that creates the outer results in our business. She has been persistent and pushed through to do the work in BEcoming Her and has seen HUGE results in her business because of the epiphanies she's uncovered. Rebecca is a Leadership and Certified Mindset Coach through the IGNITE Coach School who helps black corporate career women secure leadership positions and confidently get seen, promoted and paid as the leaders they deserve to be. Rebecca has helped women become potently visible inside boardrooms and around leadership tables, while staying true to who they are and what they stand for. Rebecca, a mom of 3 including twins, is also an Associate Director leading a team of 13 in the largest global audit firm, and has transitioned into different leadership roles throughout her 10-year career. When she's not leading her team or playing hide and seek with the twins, she loves to watch a good tennis match or Formula 1 race on the weekend. Give Rebecca a follow on Instagram at @rebeccakmuriuki Connect with Rebecca on LinkedIn HERE! To get your free 30-day checklist to 10x your leadership visibility, DM Rebecca the words IGNITE HER MIND PODCAST
The Business Growth Pod with Allan Draper
In today's episode, Allan welcomes Patrick Grimes. Patrick is the Founder and CEO of Invest on Main Street. He has over fourteen years of experience in active real estate investments, purchasing distressed assets, renovating, and stabilizing for long-term cash flow. Patrick also co-authored an Amazon #1 best-selling book, “Persistence, Pivots, and Game Changers.” Allan and Patrick discuss one of the greatest benefits of real estate investing is the ability to generate passive income, which allows investors to earn money without actively working. Patrick shares his journey with investing in real estate and advises on how entrepreneurs can build wealth and gain financial freedom. Guest Linkshttps://investonmainstreet.com/https://www.amazon.com/Persistence-Changers-Turning-Challenges-Opportunities/dp/1735742821
We're joined by two guests today: Stephen Bright and James Kwak, to talk about their book The Fear of Too Much Justice: Race, Poverty, and the Persistence of Inequality in the Criminal Courts. We discuss racial prejudice in the court systems as well as the death penalty.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5189985/advertisement
Takunda Noha: How to Convince the Organization for Cross-Functional Collaboration to overcome Missing Deadlines and Integration Problems Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, the focus is on the challenges faced in a delivery factory where multiple teams are required to collaborate in order to deliver a feature. However, these teams were siloed and lacked collaboration, leading to missed deadlines and integration problems. The first step was to gather facts and data to identify the causes of delays. The next challenge was to create a vision for a cross-functional team, but faced resistance from other teams. Persistence was key in convincing the organization to adopt a cross-functional approach. Although the team faced initial failures, the advice is to have a thick skin, learn from failures, and try again. To help understand and navigate this type of challenges, Takunda recommends the book is Team Topologies by Skelton and Pais, who have been previous guests on the podcast. As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Takunda Noha Takunda is a seasoned change agent. He specializes in turning dysfunctional teams into high performing teams. You can link with Takunda Noha on LinkedIn.
00:04:48 - Joel Invites People to sit for 5 Minutes and offers a Prompt 00:05:52 - Please Pause the Video Here to Sit for 5 Minutes 00:06:10 - Joel Introduces the Precept - ‘I Take Up the Way of Cultivating a Clear Mind' and Talks About Attachments, Delusions, and the Brain 00:19:03 - Joel Invites Questions 00:25:42 - Becky's Song - ‘How Simple Can I Make This' 00:28:43 - Joel goes through the Instructions for the connection Rooms 00:35:01 - Connection Rooms - 1.Take 3 Minutes Each 2. Share reflections on How you might use Substances, Media, Social Interactions, even Meditation as Ways of Distraction. 3. Offer Recognition to the Part that is Seeking Relief/Withdrawal 00:35:13 - The Qualities of Self 00:36:27 - 8 Qualities the Big S-Self possesses - Compassionate, Creative, Curious, Confident, Courageous, Calm, Connected, Clarity 00:36:45 - The 5 'P's - Presence, Persistence, Perspective, Playfulness, Patience 00:36:59 - Joel Invites People to Share their Reflections 00:42:12 - Joel Reflects on Right Use of Power --Up Power Role 150% Responsibility/Down Power Role 100% Responsibility/(Taking Care of Impact) 00:48:36 - Coming to the End, Joel reads a Quote from: 'For A Future to Be Possible:A Guide to the Five Mindfulness Trainings' by Thich Nhat Hanh (Author) 00:52:20 - sitting with Asoka for a Little While - Sending Metta and Love 00:53:48 - Thank you's and Farewells
I'm pulling out highlights of previous interviews with guests, starting with Christine Michele Carter, who is a global marketing strategist. This quick chat dives into Christine's decision to shut down her agency and return to the corporate world, as well as advice on gaining experience in global strategy. We also touch on advice for the mindset shifts required to think strategically. Enjoy!Website - https://www.ahyianaangel.com/Quit Playing Small Book - https://amzn.to/2EENAbbInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/AHYIANA.ANGEL/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3221178/advertisement
Today we're going to talk about student mental health, infusing applicable humor into the classroom, emotion science, and collective effervescence. By implementing temperature checks and reflections, you can assess how your students are feeling. Include a mental health check question like, What did you do to take care of yourself this week? And then at the end of the reflection, ask your students, Is there anything else you'd like to share? You'll be asked to consider the question, If you held the higher ed magic wand, where would you start to create a humor climate? What would you do? What would your colleague do? Additionally, we'll cover emotion science. That is, when we feel bad, we can't learn as effectively. And when we feel good, it benefits our learning. Lastly, we'll go over collective effervescence, which represents the synchrony we feel when we are together and in communication with one another. Flower Darby explains, "We want to extend this sense of belonging to our students, no matter who they are, no matter their personality, their preferences, their identities. We want all of our students to feel like they belong so that they can thrive in our classes."Recommended resources (Please note, the resources used in this specific episode are from last year's Teaching Professor Online Conference. For similar and new content, register for this year's Teaching Professor Online Conference):Teaching Professor Online ConferenceApplying the Surgeon General's Model for Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing in Higher EducationIncreasing Student Engagement, Persistence, and Success Online Using Emotion ScienceUsing Humor and Levity to Enhance the Online Learning Environment
Every night our mind enters another world, a strange place of images, memories, ideas, often a place filled with anxiety or unease, but also sometimes a place of artistic inspiration, love, and hope. Today on the podcast we'll be discussing that strange in-between state of dreaming - and how we use the word 'dream' in the waking world - MLK Jr's "I have a dream" and Fantine's "I dreamed a dream"... to rowing merrily down the stream, life is but a dream... to Christopher Nolan's Inception. This a sound rich episode inviting you to meditate, wonder, and get a little lost in some dreamscapes of your own. ----- History of "row row row your boat" https://americansongwriter.com/behind-the-meaning-of-the-nursery-rhyme-row-row-row-your-boat/ Martin Luther King Jr. "I have a Dream" Speech https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP4iY1TtS3s Anthony Hopkins reciting Hamlet's soliloquey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp06Yoj8yWU Original Broadway Recording "I Dreamed a Dream" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fiWR5iyFf0 Recommendation: Thomas Newman - Meet Joe Black - "Cold Lamb Sandwich" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2XmueM7X_M ------ “I think we dream so we don't have to be apart for so long. If we're in each other's dreams, we can be together all the time.” ― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh “I dream my painting and I paint my dream.” ― Vincent Willem van Gogh “Hope is a waking dream.” ― Aristotle “To know that one is dreaming is to be no longer perfectly asleep.” ― C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves “It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.” ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone “All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.” ― Edgar Allan Poe
In this episode of the Elaborate Topics Podcast, Lona Small interviews Unika Alexander, a medical lab scientist turned entrepreneur. Unika shares her journey from working in the lab to co-founding Proficient Lab, a SaaS platform coupled with consulting services for laboratory training, competency plans, and compliance management. Unika is the co-founder and CEO at The Proficient Lab, a training and competency management software. Her laboratory career has focused on operations and R&D in the IVF and reproductive tissue banking areas. She has a master's degree in biomedical science, from Eastern Virginia Medical School. She is a Clinical Laboratory Scientist licensed by American Society of Clinical Pathology with 12 years of experience in reproductive medicine.Unika's passion for training and competency stemmed from the frustration she experienced in various labs where training was either non-existent or inadequate. Recognizing the crucial role of training and competency in maintaining a quality system and ensuring patient care, Unika embarked on a mission to bridge the gap in the industry. There are a few points Unika brought out about her journey, and lessons we can get from them. Listen to the full episode to learn more. · The importance of having a robust training and competency programBy prioritizing training and competency, you create a culture of quality and patient safety, continuous improvement, enable employees to perform at their best, and position your organization for long-term success. · The importance of having a mentor who believed in her potential and pushed her to take on more challenging roles. Finding mentors or coaches who can guide and support you in your journey can be invaluable. They can provide valuable insights, help shape your vision, and offer encouragement along the way. · The importance of her being honest, open, and confident about her goals as an entrepreneur. Clearly defining your objectives and being confident in your abilities can help you navigate new paths with purpose and determination. · Making the most of her time: Transitioning into new paths often requires balancing various responsibilities. Unika mentions utilizing her subway commutes for strategic thinking. Finding pockets of time throughout the day and making the most of them for productive activities can help you move forward on your entrepreneurial endeavors. · Success is not a linear journey. It often involves overcoming roadblocks and facing challenges. Embrace the ups and downs, learn from failures, and stay focused on moving forward, one step at a time. Persistence, adaptability, and a growth mindset are key in navigating the entrepreneurial path. Unika left 3 other tips for the audience:1. Prioritize training and competency. This not only helps with regulatory requirements, but saves money, saves time and saves lives.2. Believe in yourself. Never think that you don't have the power to speak up. 3. You belong!Listen to the full episode for great insights you can apply, to improve yourself and your lab's training and competency goals. You can connect with Unika on LinkedIn at Unika Alexander, MSc, MLS (ASCP)Contact The Proficient Lab at theproficientlab.com Call to ActionYou can reach Lona Small directly at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also catch Lona on LinkedIn under Lona Gordon Small and follow hashtag #YouAreAnEqualPartOfTheWhole. We would love to feature YOU!!! Share your favorite takeaway from today's episode or anyone from this season: Video Review Be an eLABorate Supporter! 1. Listen on directimpactbroadcasting.com, Spotify, Apple Podcast, or your favorite podcast platform2. Become a member of LabVine at labvinelearning.com and listen to eLABorate Topics podcast on VineStream3. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook so you never miss an episode! 4. Be sure to leave a comment, and share it with fellow medical laboratory professionals!5. Join our eLABorate Topics Group on LinkedIn6. Leave us a Video Review and we will feature you on our Social Media: Video Review
Today's guest on the Writer's Parachute, Guiding Author and Writer dreams to a perfect landing®...is: Author/Writer, Puppet Builder, Debra ClewerBe sure to follow the Writer's Parachute on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @WriterParachutehttps://linktr.ee/writerparachuteBio:Wife, mother, grandmother, & great-grandmother of 2. Debra re-married after her first husband John died in 2016. A volunteer working with children in various capacities since 1986, including 3 years at a local primary (elementary) school from 2017-2019. She has self-published 3 Middle-Grade novels between 2017-2019, plus 3 short stories published in children's anthologies in 2019 & 2021; with some short adult stories published on Reedsy.com . Debra's latest title is a Juvenile Fiction Chapter Book, a fun story involving a Persian cat detective, and a nefarious gang of rats. It's a bit of a spy-detective spoof for children aged 7-11 years. Debra became interested in writing for children after observing how many struggled with their reading and comprehension in the classroom. Her aim is to encourage and inspire kids to read and imagine. Debra Clewer lives in the Southern Australian state of Tasmania.
Guillermo is in a wacky goofy mood in this one and I hope you're ready for the key episode. Honestly, this episode is a load of nothing until the tournament so we don't blame you if you just skip to that. Some might even say it's key to do so ;)
Welcome to "When the Moment Chooses You" podcast! I'm Coach Charlene, and in this episode, we delve into the incredible power of persistence. Join me as we explore the path of unwavering commitment, courage, and faithfulness that leads to achieving your dreams and conquering obstacles. Drawing from my personal experiences and insights, I offer guidance and inspiration to help you tap into your inner strength and embrace persistence on your journey to self-improvement. Main Takeaways: Persistence is the key to success: In the face of challenges and setbacks, persistence enables you to stay focused on your goals and keep moving forward. Remember, every great accomplishment requires unwavering determination. Embrace the discomfort: Growth and progress often occur outside of our comfort zones. By embracing discomfort and pushing through obstacles, you strengthen your resilience and discover new capabilities within yourself. Believe in the power of consistency: Small, consistent actions build momentum and lead to significant results. It's important to trust in the process and understand that consistent effort over time yields profound transformations. Overcome self-doubt: Persistence helps you combat self-doubt and negative self-talk. By staying committed to your vision and believing in your abilities, you can quiet the doubts and become unstoppable. Learn from failures: Setbacks and failures are inevitable, but they provide valuable learning opportunities. Use these experiences as stepping stones, gaining insights and adjusting your approach to move closer to your goals. Find your support system: Surround yourself with a supportive community of like-minded individuals who understand your journey and can provide encouragement and accountability. Together, you can celebrate victories and navigate challenges more effectively. Cultivate a positive mindset: Adopting a positive mindset is essential in maintaining persistence. Focus on gratitude, affirmations, and visualization to fuel your motivation and keep your eyes on the prize. Join me in this powerful episode, and let's embrace the strength of persistence together. Remember, the journey is not always easy, but it's in persisting through the challenges that we truly find our greatness. ABOUT WHEN THE MOMENT CHOOSES YOU PODCAST Coach Charlene's purpose is to bring transformation by creating and inspiring destiny moments because every heartbeat matters... When the Moment chooses you will engage in compassionate courageous conversations with some of the most daring trailblazers and change agents in organizations, corporations and the world who dared to respond to those destiny moments. Listen to new episodes bi-weekly on Sundays anywhere you get your podcasts. You will move from thinking and talking about your dreams….to manifesting the desires of your heart….Be inspired to become the highest expression of yourself. What will you do when the moment chooses you? follow me on social media: whenthemomentchoosesyou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whenthemomentchoosesyou Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whenthemomentchoosesyou/ Website: https://www.coachcharlene.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/charlene-johnson68/message
In this episode, we talk about the importance of stepping outside of our comfort zones to seek abundance, challenges, change, and greater possibilities. I'm inviting you to reflect on whether you're holding onto familiar things that are no longer serving you.Quit Playing Small Book - https://amzn.to/2EENAbbWebsite - https://www.ahyianaangel.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/AHYIANA.ANGEL/'This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3221178/advertisement
Perth Scotland's Chloe Grant continues to set the pace in the F1 Academy's inaugural season with Art Grand Prix. With great showings in her first outings, she sets her sights on the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, France, and Austin Texas after claiming top ten finishes in Austria and Spain. When not tearing up the track, she is a college student studying Motorsports, entertaining her friends and promoting positivity wherever she goes, and judging by her success and determination, will one day soon be one of the sports household names. Connect with Chloe here:https://chloegrantracing.comChloe Grant Racing | FacebookChloe Grant (@chloegrantracing) on InstagramChloe Grant Racing (@chloegrantracing) | TikTokChloe Grant
In this episode, we talk about the importance of stepping outside of our comfort zones to seek abundance, challenges, change, and greater possibilities. I'm inviting you to reflect on whether you're holding onto familiar things that are no longer serving you.Quit Playing Small Book - https://amzn.to/2EENAbbWebsite - https://www.ahyianaangel.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/AHYIANA.ANGEL/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4950058/advertisement
In this episode of the podcast, we explore the importance of persistence when it comes to achieving your goals. We discuss why giving up too soon can prevent you from achieving your full potential and why it's essential to keep going even when faced with obstacles.Throughout the episode, we share practical tips and strategies for staying motivated and focused on your goals, including embracing failure, developing a clear plan of action, and staying connected with supportive friends and family.We also share inspiring stories and examples of how persistence has paid off for others who have achieved great success in their lives and careers.So, if you're feeling discouraged or overwhelmed in your pursuit of your goals, tune in to this episode of the podcast for inspiration, motivation, and practical tips that can help you keep going and achieve your dreams. #persistence, #goals, #motivation, #success, #inspiring stories, #practical tipsGive Cash App $sbfavor or Venmo @sbfavorUser
Lindsey Haun's Voyage Through Star Trek, Disney & Hollywood She's been a murderous psychic child, a holographic Victorian heiress, a recovering alcoholic country singer, and a whole lot more! While her time in Trek was limited as a child, Lindsey Haun's career has been filled with ties to the franchise that remain to this day, in a career where her talents always shined brightly. Lindsey appeared on three episodes of "Star Trek: Voyager" in two different roles. First, she was Beatrice Burleigh in the episodes "Learning Curve" and "Persistence of Vision," a character from Captain Janeway's holonovel. She followed that up as Belle in the third season episode "Real Life," the holographic daughter from the EMH's programmed family. Lindsey talks to us about her time working with Kate Mulgrew and Robert Picardo, as well as her fictional brother Thomas Dekker, her joy of wearing the gothic outfits, lessons from director Anson Williams, and other fond memories of her time on set. Lindsey also starred in "The Children of the Corn" alongside Wrath of Khan's Kirstie Alley, Christoper Reeve, Mark Hamill, and Thomas Dekker, and explains the Trek connections to that film. She also worked with DS9's Penny Johnson Jerald in a Disney film called "The Color of Friendship," notable for being the only Disney movie where the N-word is said! Plus, her time with Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, and Burt Reynolds in "Broken Bridges" and how today she brings her talents behind the lens to produce movies of her own! Follow Lindsey on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/haunsoloproject )and Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/lindseyhaun/ ) Please subscribe to our brand new YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/@trekuntold . There you will see all the old episodes of this show, as well as new episodes and all of our other content, including shorts and some other fun things planned for the future. Visit my Amazon shop to check out tons of Trek products and other things I enjoy - https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefightnerd View the Teespring store for Trek Untold gear & apparel - https://my-store-9204078.creator-spring.com Support Trek Untold by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/TrekUntold. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and leave a rating if you like us! Follow Trek Untold on Social Media Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/trekuntoldTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/trekuntoldFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/trekuntold Follow Nerd News Today on Social Media Twitter: Twitter.com/NerdNews2Day Instagram: Instagram.com/NerdNewsToday Facebook: Facebook.com/NerdNewsToday Trek Untold is sponsored by Treksphere.com, powered by the RAGE Works Podcast Network, and affiliated with Nerd News Today. The views expressed on air during Trek Untold do not represent the views of the RAGE Works staff, partners, or affiliates.
Persistence Culture Media Episode 114Hosted by Jason Holmes Co-Hosted by Mambo Special Guest: Zach & Ashley (Founders and Owners of Edenic Smoothies) Weekly Podcast! Weekly Guest! Current Topics! Trending Topics! Persistence Culture! We are a lifestyle brand. Changing lives all over the world. A community of humans striving daily to do better in all things. With the mindset to overcome challenges, we believe that through persistent movement in anything you do from fitness to business, wealth to health all goals and accomplishments require a Culture of Persistence. Persist with us. Become part of the Familia. Rep the Culture, Live the Lifestyle. #KEEPMOVING Fitness Training | Online Training | Personal Training | Nutrition | Recovery | Apparel | Media --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/persistence-culture-podcast/support
The Power of Persistence and Transformation...You know the path to success can often be filled with obstacles.The critical question is not if you'll face challenges but how you'll overcome them.Accountability, resilience, and self-improvement are not just buzzwords; they're the foundation of lasting success.They are the tools you need to rise, adapt, and push through when times are tough.Imagine transforming self-doubt into self-belief. Turning procrastination into proactivity. Going from merely surviving to truly thriving.It's not just about getting through the hard times, but about emerging stronger, wiser, and more determined on the other side.Sounds appealing, doesn't it? But where do you start?In the latest episode of the All Or Nothing Podcast, we dive deep into these themes with a real-life example. Kent Wheelock, a successful real estate agent on our team, shares his inspirational journey of overcoming obstacles and achieving remarkable success.Tune in to gain actionable insights and learn how you too can navigate through challenges and thrive in your real estate career.
Today we dive into a quote by the 30th American President Calvin Coolidge, "Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent." If you are listening on Spotify please share add your thoughts there. If not on Spotify email me your thoughts to email@example.com Connect on Social Media YouTube Channels @penpositive & @VinodNarayan & @scrumpositive Instagram at @penpositive & @scrumpositive My Personal Blog: https://vinodnarayan.com/ Website: https://penpositive.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinodn/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/penpositive/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/penpositive/support
Persistence Culture Presents Pep Talk hosted by Big Pep Everyone has a story I'm just here to help share them! Keani Albanez (Head Varsity Coach of the Oaks Christian Girls Basketball) Born and raised in Santa Barbara, Keani was born to become a basketball player . Her basketball career started taking off in high school, thanks to her father who trained her with his boys travel team 805, up until high school. She attended Buena high school in Ventura, California, was rated No. 72 overall in the class of 2011 by ESPN HoopGurlz and was widely considered one of the top guards in the nation, nominated for the 2011 McDonald's All-America team.Keani then went on to accept a full athletic scholarship to Gonzaga University, where her team achieved multiple top-25 rankings with appearances in the Sweet 16 2x and Elite 8. They won West Coast Conference title all four years she attended. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Sports Management and a double Minor in Public Relations and Communications.From college ball to pro ball she dives in on the experiences she had playing overseas, dealing with agents and of course trying to play basketball during the "COVID era." She dives in on coming back home figuring out her life after being a pro , she goes on to talk about how she accepted the Santa Barbara City College Head assistant coaching position in 2019 and coached her first full season 2020-21. She's the second female assistant on a men's basketball squad in the Western State Conference, one of only a handful in state history. The first Woman at the collegiate level to coach men in Santa Barbara's history. In 2022 was inducted into the Santa Barbara Court of Champions Hall of Fame,In 2023 won a Marmonte League title as a first year Head Coach & received Marmonte League Coach of the year, and was invited to coach the 2023 Ventura County All-Star game.She is currently the Head Coach of the Oaks Christian girls program & runs her own basketball academy doing personal training, clinics, camps & club teams.KA-ACADEMY- https://www.ka-academy.com/Keani Albanez IG- https://www.instagram.com/k_nani24/?hl=enBig Pep - https://www.instagram.com/bigpep3342/?hl=enJuan- https://www.instagram.com/juansarts/?hl=en --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/persistence-culture-podcast/support
In this inspiring episode, Alden Mills, a former Navy SEAL Platoon Commander, entrepreneur, inventor, and author, shares his compelling journey from his time in the military to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Mills discusses his struggle transitioning from the military to a civilian life and the entrepreneurial spirit that was a constant throughout his life, which eventually led him to invent and launch his hit fitness products, "The Perfect Pushup" and "BodyRev." Alden takes us through his process of invention, which starts with dreaming up ideas without constraints, just as children do. He categorizes ideas into improvements, inventions, and innovations, emphasizing the significance of creating functional prototypes and understanding your market. Mills also gives us a glimpse into his goal-setting application, "GoalBud." This app combines the power of a social network with goal-setting to help users commit to daily actions towards their goals. Alden Mills introduces his next big dream, an adventurous and unique coaching platform – a floating platform on a large sailboat. Named "The Persistence," this sailboat would continually sail around the globe, becoming a meeting place for people chasing their dreams. This episode is filled with invaluable insights into entrepreneurship, inventing, and the power of dreaming and goal setting. Tune in to embark on this inspiring journey. Show topics: 1. **Transition from Military to Entrepreneurship (@5:00)** Alden Mills shares his struggle in transitioning from a Navy SEAL to a business school student, and how he found his calling in the entrepreneurial world. This section is an inspiring testimony of resilience and determination. 2. **The Invention of The Perfect Pushup and BodyRev (@30:58)** Alden describes how he created his successful fitness products, "The Perfect Pushup" and "BodyRev." This segment illustrates the innovation process and the power of persistence. 3. **Types of Ideas: Improvement, Invention, and Innovation (@35:48)** Alden categorizes ideas into three categories and discusses the importance of creating functional prototypes. This clip provides valuable insights into the world of inventing and product development. 4. **Introduction of GoalBud App (@39:03)** In this section, Alden introduces his goal-setting application "GoalBud" and explains how it leverages the power of social networking to help users commit to daily actions towards their goals. It's a great showcase of how technology can support personal development. 5. **The Dream of The Persistence (@41:44)** Alden introduces his next big project - a sailboat called "The Persistence," which would serve as a floating coaching platform. This inspiring segment exemplifies the power of dreaming big and sets a great example for those aspiring to make a unique impact in their field.
Trek Untold: The Star Trek Podcast That Goes Beyond The Stars!
She's been a murderous psychic child, a holographic Victorian heiress, a recovering alcoholic country singer, and a whole lot more! While her time in Trek was limited as a child, Lindsey Haun's career has been filled with ties to the franchise that remain to this day, in a career where her talents always shined brightly. Lindsey appeared on three episodes of "Star Trek: Voyager" in two different roles. First, she was Beatrice Burleigh in the episodes "Learning Curve" and "Persistence of Vision," a character from Captain Janeway's holonovel. She followed that up as Belle in the third season episode "Real Life," the holographic daughter from the EMH's programmed family. Lindsey talks to us about her time working with Kate Mulgrew and Robert Picardo, as well as her fictional brother Thomas Dekker, her joy of wearing the gothic outfits, lessons from director Anson Williams, and other fond memories of her time on set. Lindsey also starred in Stephen King's "Village of the Damned," along with Wrath of Khan's Kirstie Alley, Christopher Reeve, Mark Hamill, and Thomas Dekker, and explains the Trek connections to that film. She also worked with DS9's Penny Johnson Jerald in a Disney film called "The Color of Friendship," notable for being the only Disney movie where the N-word is said! Plus, her time with Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, and Burt Reynolds in "Broken Bridges" and how today she brings her talents behind the lens to produce movies of her own! Follow Lindsey on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/haunsoloproject )and Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/lindseyhaun/ ) Please subscribe to our brand new YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/@trekuntold . There you will see all the old episodes of this show, as well as new episodes and all of our other content, including shorts and some other fun things planned for the future. Visit my Amazon shop to check out tons of Trek products and other things I enjoy - https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefightnerd View the Teespring store for Trek Untold gear & apparel - https://my-store-9204078.creator-spring.com Support Trek Untold by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/TrekUntold. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and leave a rating if you like us! Follow Trek Untold on Social Media Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/trekuntoldTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/trekuntoldFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/trekuntold Follow Nerd News Today on Social Media Twitter: Twitter.com/NerdNews2DayInstagram: Instagram.com/NerdNewsTodayFacebook: Facebook.com/NerdNewsToday Trek Untold is sponsored by Treksphere.com, powered by the RAGE Works Podcast Network, and affiliated with Nerd News Today.
Digital Business Evolution with Jessica DeRose
In this episode of the Digital Business Evolution podcast, Jess interviews Eliza Shirazi, founder of Kick It, a kickboxing method focused on promoting health and wellness and inspiring women to make authentic connections. Eliza shares her personal and business evolution story, including how she started as a step aerobics instructor and transitioned to founding Kick It, which has grown into a well-respected brand with over 400 certified instructors and partnerships with major brands. Discussed in this episode is also the importance of staying focused on your end goal and the conversation of growing a business and maintaining momentum, especially after experiencing a spike in growth. This is also an episode about learning to not put so much pressure on yourself and where to compare yourself and your business to other moments in your entrepreneurial journey. As always, cheers to your evolution! Key Takeaways: Learn about finding opportunities and building a community from scratch. Learn all about the Kick It By Elisa certification and how you can get certified as well! Learn about not taking your foot off the gas when you experience a spike in your business. Key Timestamps [12:12] – How it all started; [16:27] – Success through persistence; [30:06] – What is Kick It and who is it for; [37:06] – From fitness instructor to business owner; [50:36] – The coaching industry boom Episode Quotes “Kick It is for the person who wants to feel well inside and out. They are interested in not just burning calories or shrinking, they're interested in feeling strong.” - Eliza Shirazi Episode Resources Beyond 6-Figures The Mentorship: https://www.jessglazer.com/beyond-6-figures Follow Eliza On Her Official Instagram Page For All Things Kick It By Eliza: @KickItByEliza
Adversity Podcast Episode #14 Hosted by: Mambo & Josh Purser Special Guest: Brandon Resnick Adversity: A state or instance of serious or continued difficulty or misfortune. In life adversity is as much apart of the journey as victories, this podcast is a collection of real stories from real people. Their story of how they navigated the tough runs in the journey and how they became stronger. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/persistence-culture-podcast/support
Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
On today's can't miss episode of Human Events with Jack Posobiec, POSO dives deep into the latest assault on Donald Trump. Joined by none other than the founder and president of Article II Project, Mike Davis the pair dissect how Trump stopped a secret plan to invade Iran and how the left will stop at nothing to prevent Trump from becoming the next President of the United States. Poso is later joined by The Persistence himself Scott Presler where the two discuss Scott's massive five-million dollar alliance with Turning Point Action. Finally Poso breaks down Pride Month and the latest tumble from the President of The United States, Joe Biden. All this plus James Bacon and all the latest on his riveting Wall Street Journal Article on today's Human Events with Jack Posobiec!Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSOGo to BlackoutCoffee.com/POSO and use promo code POSO20 for 20% OFF your first order.Get $200 in FREE SURVIVAL GEAR from ‘My Patriot Supply' with every 3-month supply kit ordered when you go to www.mypatriotsupply.com.
Episode 64! Meet Megan Lowdon. She built up a corporate career in hospitality and event management working 80-hour weeks and giving her all to her career. When the world went on lockdown during the virus outbreak, events were cancelled and she was let go without a defined date to return. After a brief respite enjoying the downtime, Megan started to get anxious to get back to work. She found a different opportunity in the meantime - helping her husband with his photography business using the skills she'd honed in the corporate world. And she's never looked back. Join us to hear how she did it! -------------------------------------------------------------Follow Megan and Robert here:Website: https://www.robertlowdon.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertlowdon/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RobertLowdonPhotography/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertlowdon/?originalSubdomain=caThanks for listening! Eric Sardina Executive Life Coaching Feeling stuck, empty or out-of-sync at work, at home, or in your relationships? As a business and life coach, I help individuals work through these feelings towards authentic lives of meaning and purpose. I also work with organizations to optimize their teams and individual contributors. Interested in working with me or learning more? Connect with me below: Website: https://www.ericsardina.com - book a free, 15-minute strategy session. https://calendly.com/ericsardina/8-session-authentically-you-discovery-call-website-linkFollow me on: Instagram: @Eric_sardina26.2 Facebook: Eric SardinaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericsardina/ Affiliate: LMNT hydration drink mix: get a free sample pack with your first order by using this link: http://elementallabs.refr.cc/ericsardina
2:50 – words (including jackalope) and an older book4:30 – everyone “owns their own channel” now4:50 – you don't have to wait for permission5:30 – teaching experience5:45 – difference between learning and education5:55 – connection between autodidacticism and conditions for learning6:10 – a good day is when…6:40 – Mr. Jon Guillaume decided to change my life7:00 – not an accident that the arc of one's life can be redefined because of a teacher7:40 – helping others become who they want to be is a calling8:40 – why the first U.S. teachers' college was called the Normal School9:00 – teaching to the test correlates with restrictions9:20 – options, decisions, and choices are still available9:40 – little things, repeated - with a goal - add up to big things10:05 – persistence is always generous10:20 – Beth Rudd, a great teacher with tremendous impact11:15 – teachers are not given nearly enough recognition12:20 – respect for public school educators12:40 – learning creates positive tension13:20 – useful incompetence is a tool for learning15:00 – word choices are a symptom of how our brains work15:35 – Will this be on the test?15:45 – curiosity is the Why, not the What18:00 – Song of Significance18:15 – dignity and respect18:45 – spectator or participant?19:05 – questions to ask that lead to improvement19:45 – redefining creative work20:45 – the standard solution is not the creative one21:40 – The Art of Possibility22:10 – when I turn 84…22:45 – Where is the community orchestra in your life?23:00 – What supports your achievements?23:35 – generosity is not synonymous with free24:30 – raising the quality and making a difference are generous behaviors25:00 – there are many kinds of learning25:25 – sharing one's thinking about what is being noticed26:15 – writing for one's readers and for those with whom those readers will share the writing27:15 – attitude is a skill28:15 – the real skills of honesty, integrity, enthusiasm, loyalty29:05 – The Carbon Almanac and Michel Porro29:40 – owning a camera, taking a photo, and properly using pictures with intent30:20 – Alt text31:30 – Seth's mom32:30 – generosity plus initiative equals possibility33:00 – Sotheby's event – imperfect but amazing35:00 – learning from others while working together35:35 – no such thing as closing thoughts35:45 – the best way to pay it forward37:25 – endLinks and credits:Cover Photo of Seth – Darius Bahsar and ArchangelThe Song of Significance The Art of PossibilityThe Boston PhilharmonicSeth's blogLead. Learn. Change. the bookProfessional Association of Georgia EducatorsDavid's LinkedIn pagePodcast cover art is a view from Brunnkogel (mountaintop) over the mountains of the Salzkammergut in Austria, courtesy of photographer Simon Berger, published on www.unsplash.com.Music for Lead. Learn. Change. is Sweet Adrenaline by Delicate Beats
Summary: In this episode, we hear the story of a young man who started his entrepreneurial journey at the age of five. He recounts how he began copying movies and selling them to people, how he transitioned to burning CDs and DVDs, and how he eventually started selling digital files on USB flash drives. Along the way, he faced some challenges and setbacks, including the death of his father, but he persisted and continued to find new ways to make money. Key takeaways: Entrepreneurship can start at any age, even as a child Persistence and adaptability are important traits for a successful entrepreneur Technology can be a powerful tool for creating and distributing products Illegal activities can have consequences, and it's important to weigh the risks before engaging in them Hard work and creativity can lead to success, even in challenging circumstances Main Points: The young man's entrepreneurial journey began when his father gave him two VCRs and he started copying movies to sell to people. He eventually moved on to burning CDs and DVDs and selling digital files on USB flash drives. He faced some challenges along the way, including the risk of getting caught for illegal activities and the death of his father, which caused him to take a break from his business. Despite these challenges, he persisted and found new ways to make money, including by adapting to new technologies like USB flash drives and by providing products that people wanted, like popular music and movies. He learned valuable lessons about entrepreneurship, including the importance of hard work, persistence, and creativity, as well as the risks and consequences of engaging in illegal activities.
AI is changing the business world, and those who master how to work with AI effectively are the ones who will benefit the most in the next few years. So, learn from the pioneers how to work with AI to take your career to the next level. In this episode of the Super Entrepreneurs Podcast, our guest Daniel Erickson talks about his AI tool that helps businesses improve their products and he also delves deeply into GPT technology, OpenAI and Google. Who Is Daniel Erickson? Meet Daniel Erickson, the CEO and co-founder of Viable, an analytics tool revolutionizing customer feedback analysis. With a background in consulting and experience in scaling engineering teams, Daniel has worked with both early-stage startups and established companies. His passion for finding product-market fit led him to develop Viable's unique approach, leveraging cutting-edge technology like GPT-3 to extract valuable insights from unstructured text data. As a leader at the forefront of human language understanding, Daniel's work is shaping the future of customer analysis and driving innovation in the industry. How is Daniel Erickson Super? Persistence is the superpower that got Daniel Erickson to where he is. When someone is determined to achieve their full potential, nothing can stop them. And Daniel is a persistent man with a focused mindset. Shahid's Key Insight Shahid is fascinated with AI tools and all the potential they offer. He talks about his experience making music with a new AI that “blew his mind” and the potential uses in the near future. However, he also points out some ethical issues that we might be facing… Chapter Stamps: 00:00 Introductions: Daniel Erickson and Viable (AI Analytics Tools) 04:17 How AI analytics tools work? 06:06 Using AI to solve product issues 10:45 Are AI's actually smart 13:32 Shahid having a good time creating music with AI 14:46 AI for podcasting 16:00 Creating automations with ChatGPT 17:33 Unethical use of AI 19:18 AI use in medicine 21:14 OpenAI vs.Google 23:04 Daniel Erickson's Innermost superpower: Persistence 23:48 Final words Pullout quotes: “In natural language processing, sentiment, uh, charts are things like, uh, you know, you can feed in, say all of your social media mentions and it'll give you some sort of positive or negative score for each one of those.” “I never start from technology first and then build a product around a technology. I always have a product in mind that I'm trying to build and then find the right technology to build it.” “You need a large amount of input training data to train these big models up. In fact, GPT-3 has been trained on terabytes of this stuff. Just a massive, massive amount of words have gone into GPT-3 to train it to basically write like a human does.” “If you're not taking AI into account right now, when you're building a product, you're probably doing it wrong. AI is here to stay, uh, and it is, uh, it is much more capable than it has been in the past, um, and we're just getting started as well. So I think in the future, literally all software will have an AI foundation, not just features tacked on as AI around the outside.” Socials: Viable: https://www.askviable.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielerickson/ ----more---- Notice to the Super Entrepreneurs community: I invite you to join my free webinar on how to scale your business and improve the quality of your life, without constantly chasing strategies and feeling stuck. If you feel like you need to progress, this webinar might just give you the direction you need. www.shahiddurrani.com
In this new episode, we get to know Manny Chao of Georgetown Brewing Company! Yes, our fellow islander Manny is the man behind Manny's Pale Ale, the iconic Seattle beer. Join us to learn about Manny's childhood in Spain and beyond, how he fell in love with beer while trying to impress a date during college, and the persistence it took to land his first big job in the industry. Manny shares how an economic recession created unique opportunities to start Georgetown Brewing Company and the story behind creating their flagship brew, Manny's Pale Ale. You'll hear why Manny loves running his company (currently the largest independent brewery in Washington!) and how Camp Burton played a role in him moving to Vashon.
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How To Live Your Greatness With the craziness of life, are you having difficulty breaking through to the greatness that is YOU? What does greatness take? 1) Imagination. Your ability to form images, ideas, and sensations in your mind. Without help from anything or anybody. Use yours. Trust yours. 2) Enthusiasm. Living life with the excitement of feeling is PASSION. Only involve yourself in activities that you are enthusiastic. 3) Persistence. Life is long. Things take time. Learn to love being doggedly persistent. It will serve you well. 4) Faith. Have faith in yourself. Live your life in complete trust and confidence in someone or something. Imagination. Enthusiasm. Persistence. Faith. That's living. Imagine how good it could be with a bit of Gratitude? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FashioncastEpisode #41, May 25, 2023Leyla Uysal, Founder & CEO, BajerFashioncast listeners, you're going to love meeting the always smiling, upbeat, and positive Leyla Uysal, she's one of the most inspiring guests we've ever interviewed. Leyla's story is much more than overcoming the typical startup challenges that face every business, it's about personal courage, risk, persistence, and endurance. Born and raised in the Kurdish region of Turkey, you'll hear how Leyla, through happenstance, determination, and what seems like Devine guidance, made her way to the United States, and began her journey into the world of fashion. Leyla's story is one of fits and starts, peaks and valleys, joy, and sorrow, as she presses on in her quest for a better life. In a ten-year time span, Leyla learns English, is accepted to and graduates from MIT's Sloan School of Business and Management, finds love and marries, bears two children, launches two businesses, and is accepted into Harvard's School of Design!This is a multi-dimensional podcast as the first part covers Leyla's migration from Turkey to the U.S., and the second part covers Bajer, her luxury accessory watch business. Both are fascinating and filled with feminine and cultural anecdotes of the obstacles facing Kurdish women. For example, after working for a Turkish employer for 18 months, once Leyla's Kurdish heritage is discovered, she is immediately fired. Unfortunately, this is only one of many instances of blatant discrimination that took place in both Turkey and the United States.“Persistence pays off.” The phrase is no truer for anyone than Leyla Uysal. Her obvious intellect, mixed with pure determination, eventually attracts the right people to her cause, and Bajer is born. Again, it's an amazing adventure to hear Leyla explain how she literally circles the globe to find the right designers and manufacturer for her watches. And, since a portion of Bajer proceeds are donated to two NGOs assisting Kurdish women and children, she made an equal effort vetting key organizations in the region.We hope you come away as inspired as we were by Leyla Uysal. You can learn more, and support Leyla at the links below. Enjoy the show!https://www.thebajer.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mehtap-leyla-turanalp-uysal
Are you ready to take your personal development to the next level? In this episode of the Quit Playing Small podcast, I'm sharing some insights on how to identify areas where you may be holding yourself back and how to take action to let go!Quit Playing Small Book - https://amzn.to/2EENAbbWebsite - https://www.ahyianaangel.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/AHYIANA.ANGEL/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3221178/advertisement
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Are you ready to take your personal development to the next level? In this episode of the Quit Playing Small podcast, I'm sharing some insights on how to identify areas where you may be holding yourself back and how to take action to let go!Quit Playing Small Book - https://amzn.to/2EENAbbWebsite - https://www.ahyianaangel.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/AHYIANA.ANGEL/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4950058/advertisement
In this episode, we talk with Jim LeeJim Lee was born and raised in Taiwan. At age 11, Jim emigrated to the United States with his family in pursuit of a better life and living the American Dream. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from UCLA in 2010, and started his career as an inside sales representative for LoopNet/Costar. By being the top sales rep and earning the highest accolades and recognition amongst his peers, he worked with top real estate agents who helped him spark his interest in real estate and acquired his very first property. After achieving this milestone, he understood the power of passive income and how real estate can help build long term wealth. Now, he is looking to leverage real estate syndication to help investors achieve the same goal of financial freedom, and generate returns to all looking for a transparent partnership. His humble beginnings motivate him to take care of family, who weren't given the same opportunities and give back to those who helped him along the way. Those closest to Jim can attest to his passion and persistence to do whatever it takes to help reach their goals.Subscribe to my Youtube channel so you never miss an episode! Visit www.freedominvesting.com to see how we can help you!
We all hit walls in our lives that hold us back from what we want to accomplish in this life! Join your friendly neighborhood host, Mr. Marcus Black, as he shares a geological lesson from the Grand Canyon on just how impactful persistence can be! Because YOU CAN! Social Media: @mblackspeaks Website: www.MBlackSpeaks.com Buy My Book: https://amzn.to/3XPebtC --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marcus177/support
Persistence Culture Media Episode 113Hosted by Jason Holmes Co-Hosted by Mambo Special Guest: Dennis, Delaun & Spencer (Founders of the Ventura County Organic Flea Market) Weekly Podcast! Weekly Guest! Current Topics! Trending Topics! Persistence Culture! We are a lifestyle brand. Changing lives all over the world. A community of humans striving daily to do better in all things. With the mindset to overcome challenges, we believe that through persistent movement in anything you do from fitness to business, wealth to health all goals and accomplishments require a Culture of Persistence. Persist with us. Become part of the Familia. Rep the Culture, Live the Lifestyle. #KEEPMOVING Fitness Training | Online Training | Personal Training | Nutrition | Recovery | Apparel | Media --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/persistence-culture-podcast/support
SummaryOn this episode of Service Evolution, host Shawn Black is joined by Jim Robinson, CEO of CGP Maintenence and Construction Services. Jim is also an author, speaker, certified business coach, and chairman of a nonprofit. Throughout the episode, Shawn and Jim delve into the transformative power of persistence and resilience in the dynamic world of the service industry. From demanding customers to unforeseen challenges, they explore how these essential traits can elevate businesses and drive consistently great performance. Discover the mindset shifts, strategies, and support systems that empower service industry professionals to overcome setbacks, adapt and thrive. With captivating insights and real-world examples, Jim shares invaluable advice on cultivating a growth mindset, maintaining a positive attitude, and bouncing back stronger than ever. Join them as they celebrate triumphs, unveil secrets, and ignite the motivation necessary to embrace challenges head-on and unlock the full potential of persistence and resilience. Get ready to rise above and witness your service evolve into somethin