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Pat and Lisa start off this episode with another Peculiar Passing. Lisa ventured out to Eastern Washington and it wasn’t pleasant. Have you ever left a voice message and THOUGHT you hung up,... Seattle Radio personalities (and we use that term loosely) Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster are BACK and on DEMAND talking about stuff you want to listen to with each new episode of "Peculiar Podcast".
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Join Alexis and I as we dive into the 4 Personalities. Understanding people is one of the most important things you will learn in Business, Raising Kids, Being Married and in any situation that evolves People. Alexis will take each Personality and explain in detail how to work and just be with them. Enjoy !
Interview with Top Business Woman Alexis Pelfrey. Listen to Alexis share here Story on how she overcome a Traumatic Childhood to become a part of the Top 1% of her Business. Plus listen to her train and speak on the "personalities" . Alexis speaks and trains on this all over the country . Get your pens and notebooks and be prepared to take notes on this episode. Enjoy!!!
You've met them. You've worked them. You may even have been friends with them. And worst of all...you may be one. These are the top personalities you can't trust. Nathan and Brian take you through their lists as Mitch lays out his Fast Five things to do with an onion. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Support this podcast
Trust among coworkers has never been more important than it is in today's virtual environment, and leaders have to intentionally design experiences that help build that trust. As leaders, it can be tempting to bypass team building exercises and just get down to business already. There's work to be done, goals to be met. Who has time for “shared experiences” and “team bonding,” right? In today's episode, co-hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask build a solid case for why leaders can't afford not to design trust-building experiences for their team. If you want to make an impact—and you want it to be enduring—you have to rally people to do their best work, or it won't be sustainable. Your dreams and aspirations will crumble, and work will be a drag. When you align people, connect with people, build deep strong relationships with people, the output is the best work of your career. You can accomplish way more, way faster, and more profitably when you have a strong foundation of trust. Listen in for some great practical advice on designing organizational trust as a leader. The 3 Levels of Trust-Building Experiences To build trust with each other organically and consistently, you have to do it with a consistent cadence. You have to build these experiences into your company's rhythm. But where do you start? How do you design these experiences? How do you develop the appropriate amount of intimacy based on the level of trust you have? You don't want to do too much, too soon. There are three types of experiences you can create as a leader, and they need to go in this order if you want to go at a good, healthy pace. shared experiences vulnerability-creating experiences healthy conflict experiences Start with Shared Experiences Shared experiences require no real relational equity. You could do a zipline together. Ride go-carts. Play a round of putt-putt golf. Tackle an obstacle course or an escape room. No one has to get vulnerable with anyone else. You just show up and play the game. Jeff recommends not going to a movie together. It's better than nothing, but there's not a lot of interaction. You're just sitting there. Personalities don't come out. There's no struggle, no common goal. A shared experience should incorporate a challenge of some kind. You're architecting and engineering something in a non-work environment that mirrors what you'll go through at work. You start together, struggle together, and emerge victorious at the end. You can have your trust at a level 0 out of 100 and get it up to 10 after this shared experience. Richard's leadership team does something called the Hot Wings challenge, which is Facebook-famous. The show interviews celebrities who have 10 hot wings in front of them, with sauces that build from “not that hot” to “oh my gosh why would anyone ever eat this?” Along the way, you'll see the person's mask coming off, bit by bit. Richard's team members take turns in the hot seat. When you want to talk about difficulty and shared experience and pleasure and pain, he says, this one's loaded. You ask questions along the way like, “What would your wrestler name be?” It's one thing to answer that question when you're sitting around a table. It's another to answer it when your eyes are watering, your lips are burning. It adds something to it. He also suggests a board game like Apples to Apples. Jeff says jackbox.tv, Quiplash in particular, is great for when you can't be together physically. These games provide time to get to know one another, share emotions, laugh, bond. It's something you can anchor back to, reference time and time again as you're working together. Next Up: Vulnerability-Creating Experiences You don't jump into this category right away. Ease into it. Make sure you've got one or two shared experiences under your belt first. The personal history exercise by Patrick Lencioni is a good one. You go around the room and ask everyone the same three questions: Where were you born and raised? Where were you in the family's pecking (birth) order? Tell us a meaningful experience from childhood that shaped who you are today. Ideally, the leader goes first and is more vulnerable than they'd like to be. The point isn't for everyone to break down in tears (but that does happen). The end goal is to share details where people say, wow, I never knew that. One of Jeff's mantras is: “If I don't like someone, I don't know them well enough.” And this experience helps you get to know someone better. Richard says it gives you new data points to reevaluate previous interactions. You can say, “Oh, when I thought this person was intending to make me feel a certain way, now I realize that's just because they feel this…” You can change the narrative of how they made you feel with what you now know. Increased data = increased empathy. You can also do what's called a Life Plot exercise. The y axis top to bottom is high and low. The x axis is time. Plot your top 3 highest highs of your life and your 3 lowest lows. This shows you—and your team—what you've gone through and how resilient you are. The Deepest Level: Healthy Conflict Experiences A few years ago, Richard's company flew Jeff out for one of their strategic offsites for their leadership team. He took them through an exercise called Trust Maker, Trust Breaker. If you've built shared experiences, then had vulnerability conversations internally, now you can do them externally. Now, each person can go around the room and talk about each other. “Here are the things you do that build trust in our relationship. Here are things you do that break trust in our relationship.” You can see why you wouldn't want to start with this exercise. You as the leader have to model this, being even more transparent than you expect them to be. Who will give you strong feedback and see how you take it and respond? That will allow others to see this as a safe place. Another activity you can do is what Jeff calls “Start, Stop, Continue” and Richard calls “Keep, Start, Stop.” You talk about what are we doing well, what are we not doing well, what do we need to keep, what do we need to start doing, and what do we need to stop doing? And you get really honest with each other and deal with any conflict that arises in a healthy, productive way. Sometimes you need an outside facilitator for these things. You can't fully participate and facilitate, and your team needs you to participate. If you've never intentionally done a trust-building exercise with your team, schedule a shared experience for this quarter—or the next one. Then the following quarter, do a vulnerability experience. Then the next quarter, do a healthy conflict experience. You're building trust intentionally and appropriately. The Role Assessments Can Play Assessments are another important thing to do with your team. There are two different types: Who I Am and How I Work. Myers-Briggs and DISC tell you more of who you are, while something like StrengthsFinder breaks down what type of work you're good at, that energizes you. When you can align the work with the person's personality, they'll be on fire. But so often we mismatch that, because we just don't know. Richard says assessments are “slightly better than a horoscope.” In other words, don't put all your stock in it. It gives you a third party with a standard rubric that is grading everybody the same way. It's not perfect, but it allows us to have a conversation. Everyone does the assessment, sends them to the leader, then each person presents their own assessment. Share: here's what I agree with, here's what I'm unsure about, here's what I disagree with. Then open it up to the rest of the room for their feedback. The goal is getting to know who someone is. How do I better intentionally communicate with each person on my team? And how do I better receive communication from each person on my team because of what I know about them? Don't assume like everyone communicates like we do. It takes humility and self-awareness to recognize that. Take a backseat to your own personality and let other personalities shine. Don't try to get everyone to conform to how you do things. Give other people the space to lead from their strengths. How often should we be creating/leading these trust-building experiences? Richard believes you should do an experience and an assessment back to back quarterly. Jeff says to allocate more time than you think is necessary. You need at least 30 minutes per person to walk through assessments. Don't cut people off when they're sharing who they are. That's the opposite of trust building. Thank you for investing in leading others. When we take it seriously, it has a massive impact. Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. Was something in today's episode a big aha moment for you? 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How would it feel if you could simplify your business… and your life? Let's be real: our modern, hectic lifestyles are overwhelming, exhausting, and downright unhealthy. We are often on a quest for more; we give in to pressure every day to work more, own more, and do more. But why? To what end? When you push so hard, it inevitably leads to burnout. You simply can't produce great work when you're burned out, nor can you take care of yourself and be truly present to what matters most like your relationships, health, and overall well-being. The truth is, if you're always keeping score of how you're doing based on anything outside of yourself (like if you checked enough items off of your to-do list that day), then it's time to question your motives for WHY you're doing what you're doing. When you embrace more of a minimalist approach to your life and business, you'll counterintuitively discover that you can create more with less--all while being happier and more free. My guest today is Courtney Carver, a well-known simplicity and minimalist expert. Courtney is the author of Soulful Simplicity and the blog Be More With Less. Courtney moved from a devastating multiple sclerosis diagnosis in 2006 to feeling the best she's felt in decades, from being deep in debt and clutter to living debt and clutter-free. She realized after years of decluttering and letting go that happiness isn't waiting for us, it's within us. Courtney also writes about dressing with less in her book Project 333, The Minimalist Fashion Challenge That Proves Less Really is So Much More. Some of her concepts have truly changed my life, and I can't wait to share her wisdom with you today! What you'll learn in this episode: How to let go of obsessing over your analytics Why people's comments and reactions are not about you (even when they are!) How do you make soul-centered, big decisions in your business? Tips for creating a minimalist business that prioritizes your health and well-being (instead of always pushing to do more and leading to burnout) A minimalist's perspective on how to measure and keep score of your progress How to let go of fear, scarcity, and not having or being enough Tips for simplifying your email management Subscribe and Review Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you liked what you heard, please leave an honest review for The Success with Soul Podcast on Apple Podcasts so we can improve and better serve you in the future. Plus, you could be featured on a future episode during our listener spotlights. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don't forget to subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts to get automatic updates. My goal for this podcast is to inspire those who seek flexibility and freedom in their lives by making something happen with holistic, soulful, step-by-step strategies from me and other experts. Links + Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Project 333: The Minimalist Fashion Challenge That Proves Less Really Is So Much More If you are thinking about launching a digital course someday, do yourself a favor and save some major headaches and expensive trial and errors by taking my mentor, Amy Porterfield's, free quiz to discover your personal path to creating a profitable digital course here. In less than 2 minutes, you'll figure out action by action what steps YOU should take based on YOUR goals, audience, and business level. 16 Personalities (free Myers-Briggs Personality Test) Get a free 30-day trial of ActiveCampaign, my favorite email service provider, here! Courtney's blog post: There's No Such Thing as Being Caught Up The Power of Now by Eckhardt Tolle Follow Courtney at Be More With Less and on Instagram @bemorewithless Follow me on Instagram @katekordsmeier and @rootandrevel More Ways to Enjoy Success with Soul Download a transcript of this episode Download on Apple Podcasts Email me new episodes Don't forget to join our free Success With Soul Facebook community for follow-up conversations about the podcast episodes and where I also often go live to answer your burning questions. Hangout with like-minded bloggers and heart-centered online business owners exchanging priceless feedback, encouragement, and other golden insights from the trenches. EPISODE CREDITS: Produced by Danny Ozment at https://emeraldcitypro.com
You married someone who's very different from you! It's part of God's design. While your differences can be a lot of fun, they can also create a lot of tension. John talks to Erin about ways that a couple can have fun with their differences. Featuring Mrs. Melanie Shankle. Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/marriagepodcast or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Get Melanie Shankle's book "The Antelope in the Living Room: The Real Story of Two People Sharing One Life" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofm-podcast-2021-11-09?refcd=1174704 Get more episode resources: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/episodes/focus-on-marriage-podcast/having-fun-with-your-opposite-personalities/#featured-resource-cta If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/
The Challenger - Enneagram 8; they reflect God's power. They are natural leaders and motivated to see the world become a more just place, but what happens when they are unhealthy? Enneagram 8's struggle with the core sin of lust. The fix for that is trusting God with their weaknesses and showing mercy. Check out this message on how strength and vulnerability work together.#Enneagram #ASeriesCalledYou #TheChallenger #Enneagram8 #Church #ChurchServiceTake our enneagram assessment at https://www.sandalschurch.com/enneagram
Understanding bible translations as a key to Jewish history. Leonard J. Greenspoon holds the Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization at Creighton University, where he is also Professor of Theology and of Classical & Near Eastern Studies. Greenspoon is the editor of the 32-volume (and counting) Studies in Jewish Civilization series. He has also written five other books, in addition to his most recent one on Jewish Bible translations. Additionally, he has served on translation committees for five versions. In 2018, Greenspoon was the recipient of a Festschrift: Found in Translation: Essays on Jewish Bible Translation in Honor of Leonard J. Greenspoon. At the 2019 annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, he was the featured scholar honored in a section titled “Wisdom of the Ages.” For 2020, Greenspoon was named researcher of the year at Creighton. Examining a wide range of translations over twenty-four centuries, "Jewish Bible Translations: Personalities, Passions, Politics, Progress delves into the historical, cultural, linguistic, and religious contexts of versions in eleven languages: Arabic, Aramaic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Yiddish. Greenspoon profiles many Jewish translators—among them Buber, Hirsch, Kaplan, Leeser, Luzzatto, Mendelssohn, Orlinsky, and Saadiah Gaon—framing their aspirations within the Jewish and larger milieus in which they worked. He differentiates their principles, styles, and techniques—for example, their choice to emphasize either literal reflections of the Hebrew or distinctive elements of the vernacular language—and their underlying rationales. As he highlights distinctive features of Jewish Bible translations, he offers new insights regarding their shared characteristics and their limits. Additionally, he shows how profoundly Jewish translators and interpreters influenced the style and diction of the King James Bible.
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Some people blame this podcast for the bad luck of the people Pat and Lisa talk about. Mort Sahl is gone, but the memories will always go on. Seems like the argument over vaccines is decades old.... Seattle Radio personalities (and we use that term loosely) Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster are BACK and on DEMAND talking about stuff you want to listen to with each new episode of "Peculiar Podcast".
Personalities play a massive role amongst a football team — whether the elite athlete or the magnanimous manager. And the football locker room isn't necessarily a friendly place for the timid or meek of the earth. So what kind of personality do you bring to football? Have you ever done a deep dive into how […]
As we've noted many times on the show, mentorship can be helpful and fulfilling for both a mentor and mentee. Today's guests are the perfect example of this dynamic relationship. Silvana Roncal mentored Jennifer Perez through a nonprofit organization called LEAP, which stands for Ladies Empowerment and Action Program. The organization places businesswomen in the Homestead Correctional Institution to mentor incarcerated women. They teach them entrepreneurial and life skills to prepare them for re-entering into society. Silvana and Jennifer share their mentorship journey with Gerard. They also explain the tough realities of transitioning from prison life to civilian life. Listen in and learn something new today. Host: Gerard Legagneur Guests: Jennifer Perez and Silvana Roncal Link: LEAP Homepage Links: LEAP Instagram | Twitter Link: LEAP's Annual Pitch Competition Link: Guitars Over Guns Link: "13th" Documentary Visit The Fresh Mix Website: FreshMixPodcast.com Follow The Fresh Mix on Social Media: Instagram | Twitter Email the Show: FreshMix@FloridaPodcastNetwork.com Executive Producer: Jaime Legagneur Production Assistant: Amber Amortegui Additional Support Provided by: Listeners Like You and Flint Stone Media ------------------------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Partner with FPN: Become the voice of YOUR segment of Florida!! From sponsoring episode segments through creating and growing your own branded show, we have the solution to promote you while we promote Florida! FPN Media Kit We are currently boarding shows to build out our network. And, you don't want to miss ANY of the new hosts and podcasts were have joining us. Search for and subscribe to “Florida Podcast Network” on iTunes and all your favorite podcast players to get more of this and ALL our shows. Become a Patron: Have a suggestion for the Network? Join us in the FPN Insiders group on Facebook and let us know! FPN: Check out the other shows on the Florida Podcast Network
It's that time of the month again for another episode in Monthly Marriage Mentorship series, and this time Jered and I are sharing with you what are personalities are like when it comes to clutter, cleaning and chores around the house. There are some nuggets that may surprise you about us. Listen now but then listen again with your husband during your next car ride together. We hope it helps you to get some conversation started on this topic, learn more about it each and discuss ways you can be a better helpmate to your spouse or significant other. Blessings to your marriage! Lisa and Jered What topics would you like for us to cover? Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org GROUP WORKSHOPS: Be the first to know when my online workshops are available. Go to http://habitsandhome.com/workshops and join my first to know email list. FREE DOWNLOAD: 3 Step Guide for Downsizing and Decluttering Any Room in Your Home http://habitsandhome.com/freebie CONNECT WITH ME: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisaelizotte Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lisaelizotte WORK WITH ME: http://habitsandhome.com/organize
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There are seven types of Amazon bid personas, and some of them are more constructive than others. In this episode, determine your current bid optimization style, and then take advice from Michael and Stephen Noch to fine-tune your approach and be more successful in Amazon PPC. We offer formulas and strategies for getting the right bid to attain the ACOS you want, and you won't want to miss this special re-release of a Team Badger favorite! We'll see you in The Badger Den! Highlights: 0:00 Intro-- Re-releasing a PPC Den favorite! 3:02 The 7 Personalities of Bid Optimization on Amazon 4:28 Why are bids important for Amazon Advertising? 7:05 Are you a Neglectful Natalie? 10:14 Are you a Guessing Gary? 12:17 Are you a Wild Willy? 16: 18 Are you a Penny Pinching Pete or an Anxious ACOS Andy? 19:20 Are you a Historical Henry? 23:05 Are you an Expected Value Evan? 26:20 Are you an Anticipatory Amy? 28:31 Summary of good bid optimization strategies If you like what you hear, please give The PPC Den a 5-star review and share with your friends! Resources & Links Original episode If you like this episode, check out its partner long format article. Amazon PPC Optimization VS Amazon PPC Expansion Ep 16, Cranking Up Conversion Rates A comprehensive guide to Ad Badger's Bid Optimization Algorithm Where to find Stephen Noch, freelance Amazon manager and consultant Never miss the latest in Amazon PPC tips and best practices All our episodes and show notes are available at https://www.adbadger.com/podcast Get the Ad Badger App here: https://www.adbadger.com/ The most powerful toolset to manage, automate, and monitor your Amazon campaigns around the clock. - Host and Executive Producer: Michael Erickson Facchin Guest Co-Host: Stephen Noch Senior Producer: Nancy Lili Gonzalez Video and Audio Editor: Pedro Moreno Graphic Designer: Emma Walker
Podcast #203: Hilary Bendon – Pesky personalities in the workplace Most of us don't expect to go to work and like everyone. But we also don't usually have the interpersonal skills to deal with pesky personalities in a way that's productive and respectful. In this podcast, Elise Stevens speaks with conflict coach Hilary Bendon about […]
Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 153 – I'll Be Seeing YouIn a more serious episode of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast: Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay discuss our voyeuristic tendencies when it comes to our entertainment choices. The hosts share their insights and thoughts on the topic of we, the viewer, and our emotional attachment to certain online celebrities, families, and personalities. Are we content to just be entertained by the content being presented, or do we absolutely have to know everything about everybody we're watching? Even if the content includes children? Are we being too voyeuristic in our entertainment choices?It's an extremely complex issue, and not one that can be solved within a single podcast episode – if there's anything that indeed needs to be solved. Let us know what you think!We record LIVE every Tuesday evening at 9:30 pm Eastern, 6:30 pm Pacific time. Subscribe to our YouTube channel, click that notification bell, then come join us! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPYO...Follow us on Facebook, and leave us a comment or suggest a topic! https://www.facebook.com/pg/TrampledU...We have a website and there is a Contact Us section there. If you have show ideas or think we got something wrong, send us a message.Contact Us - https://trampledunderfootpodcast.com/TrampledUnderfootPodcast.com is sponsored by Harneal Media - Web design and hosting for Makers and the Maker Community. For more information, visit their website at: https://harnealmedia.com/Show Info:"Two guys from different decades, backgrounds, and opposite sides of the continent discuss life, the universe, and everything. What's the show about? About an hour…"The views expressed in this podcast do not reflect the views of our sponsors - so there.
Which personality do you use most often? Let me ask you a question. Does being a designer, either graphic, web, UX, UI or whatever, qualify you to run your own design business? Some people may say yes. After all, are there any differences between designing something for an employer or an employer's clients and designing something for your own clients? Not really. I'll concede that the design skills you use are the same in both instances. However, just because the design skills are the same doesn't qualify a designer to run their own design business. Does education play into it? Is someone who attended design school somehow more qualified to run their own design business than someone who learned their skills on their own? The school-taught designer may have some business credits under their belt. But arguably, educational background or lack thereof doesn't qualify or disqualify a designer from running their own business. No, in my opinion, and I do understand that my opinion may be wrong, but it's still my opinion. Is that what differentiates a designer who is qualified to run their own design business and one who isn't is their personality. Or, more accurately, personalities. Last week, I told you there were two roles to running a design business: a designer and a business owner. That's a very simplified approach, and it worked for last week's episode. But the truth of the matter is, there are way more than just two roles to running a successful design business. To do it right, you need to have many personalities. And I'm not just talking about the obvious ones. Layout artist Typesetter Proofreader Illustrator Colour picker Photo retoucher Coder Art director and so on and so on. Being a designer means you should be somewhat proficient or have a working knowledge of some if not all of these skills. I'm not an illustrator. But that doesn't mean I can't draw. I can; I'm just not that good at it. My drawing skills are marginal at best. But they've gotten me out of several pinches over the years. Skills like these are something every designer needs to be acquainted with, regardless of whether they are working for someone else or self-employed. When I say that a design business owner has to have many personalities, I'm thinking much deeper. In most situations, a self-employed or freelance designer will develop a much deeper relationship with their clients than someone employed as a designer. That relationship is deeper because it's their client. When I used to work at the print shop, I worked with many regular clients. Most of them I got along with exceptionally well. But regardless of how well we worked together, they weren't my clients. They were the print shop's clients. When I left the print shop to start my own full-time design business, almost all of the clients I worked with remained there and were assigned a new designer to work with them. Only a handful of clients followed me to my new business. And you know what? The relationship we had formed at the print shop grew exponentially once they were MY CLIENTS. Why did our relationship grow? It's because I was invested in those clients in a way that I never was at the print shop. For one thing, when I was at the print shop, if something went wrong with a client's project, I might get some of the blame. But it's the print shop's reputation that took the major hit. And if something went right, for example, if a design won an award which happened on several occasions. The designer would get a mention, but the print shop got most of the recognition and glory. Once I was on my own, and they became my clients, I was much more invested in them because anything that went wrong reflected directly on me, which could affect my business. And anything that went right meant more recognition for me. But I'm starting to drift back towards the design part of the job. And once again, that part can be done by any designer. The business side, however, that side requires something special. It requires the designer to put their many personalities to use, building and strengthening the relationships with their clients. You're probably wondering what the heck I'm talking about. So let me describe some of the many personalities a design business owner must-have. Psychologist. Just like how a practicing psychologist is trained to assess and diagnose problems in thinking, feeling and behaviour to help people overcome or manage their problems. A freelance designer must do the same with their clients. It's your job to assess and diagnose and find a way to overcome the problems your clients are facing. In many cases, the problems your clients think they are facing may not be the actual problem. You must use your psychology skills to weed through and decipher everything the client tells you to figure out the root of the real problem. Only then can you offer them the proper solution. Many designers will give a client what they want. It would be best if you strived to do better by giving the client not what they want but what they need. Your psychologist personality can help you with that. Mediator. A mediator's job is to facilitate a conversation between two or more people to help them resolve a dispute. A mediator is trained to establish and maintain a safe, confidential, communicative process and help participants reach an agreement independently. If you've ever had to present a proposal to a committee, I can almost guarantee that your mediator personality was front and centre. As a mediator, your job is to ensure that all involved parties agree on how a project proceeds. This may involve getting clients to compromises on specific aspects of a project and convincing them to let go of particular ideas. Without this agreement between all parties, any design project will struggle. It's your job as the designer to ensure that everyone is satisfied. Your mediator personality can help you with that. Negotiator. As the mediator, a negotiator's job is to communicate with clients to negotiate and establish sales. All while building positive relationships in the process. Your negotiator skills will come in especially handy when pitching larger projects. A client may love your ideas, but not so much the price tag associated with those ideas. As a negotiator, it's your job to show the client why your proposal is worth the investment on their part. And should the price of a project remain a deciding factor, your negotiating skills will allow you to cut back on details of your proposal in a way that still satisfies the client's needs and, more importantly, meet the client's budget. Your negotiator personality can help you with that. Salesperson. A salesperson's job is to find prospective clients, identify their challenges and needs, and ultimately find them a solution. Any time you correspond with a potential new client, it's your salesperson personality that's talking. This personality's job is to build trust and ultimately convince a potential client of the benefits of working with you. This personality is the one that should be front and center any time you are out networking or any time someone asks what you do for a living or inquires about your business and services. The more adept you are with your salesperson personality, the more successful your design business will be. Babysitter. You usually think of a babysitter as someone in charge of taking care of someone else's child or children. Their responsibilities include making sure the children are safe, getting the care and attention they deserve, and adhering to their parent's standards. Think of the assets a client bestows you as their children. Because in a way, they are. Their logo, their images, their brand assets and styling, are all entrusted to you. You are responsible for ensuring they are taken care of, kept safe, get the attention they deserver, and adhere to the client's standards. In some cases, you are the one who developed those standards. But often enough, you will be entrusted with your client's "children" and expected to take care of them. Your babysitter personality better be up to the task. Researcher. A researcher's job is to collect, organize, analyze, and interpret data and opinions, explore issues, solve problems and predict trends. Sound familiar? If you've ever held a discovery meeting with a client or have investigated a client's target market and competition, you were using your researcher personality. Nurturing this personality is crucial to your growth as a designer and as a business owner. The more you can learn about your clients, their strengths and weaknesses, the markets they're in, the hurdles and challenges they face, the competition they're up against, the benefits they offer and how they can differentiate themselves, the better equipped you will be to do your job. Not to mention the higher prices you'll be able to charge. It was Abraham Lincoln who said, "If I only had an hour to chop down a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe." Think of research as that first 45 minutes. The better you do it, the easier the rest of your tasks will be. That's where your researcher's personality comes in. Educator. A teacher is someone who instructs. Their job is to ensure someone knows the outcome of whatever it is they are teaching. An educator, on the other hand, is someone who gives intellectual, moral and social instructions. In other words, an educator not only wants you to know the outcome, but they also want you to understand the reasons for the outcome. It's the difference between telling a client their idea won't work and explaining why a different approach might be a better option. The more you can educate a client in how design works, the better they will become as clients. Not only that, but the more you educate your clients, the higher they'll regard and trust your opinions. Don't teach them; educate them if you want to build a deep and lasting relationship with your clients. They'll thank you, or should I say your educator personality, for the knowledge. Many more personalities. I could go on and on. There are so many personalities involved with running a design business. Some days you may have to be a coach and some days a councillor. You regularly need to be a tactician to keep on track of your ever-evolving schedule. And at times, you become an advisor or consultant to your clients. And if you're lucky, a confidant. Now, of course, you don't actually switch between one personality and another. they should all be present in some capacity in every client dealing you have. They're what make you who you are. Your goal should be to nurture each one of these personalities to become the best, most rounded design business owner you can be. With all of these personalities behind you, you become a force to be reckoned with. And clients will be begging to work with you. I started by saying that what qualifies a designer to run their own business are these many personalities. And I hinted that designers who work for someone else might lack these personalities and therefore not make good design business owners. But that's not true. I believe everyone has these and many more personalities within them. It's only a matter of accessing and nurturing them. Just like a muscle, if you don't use it, it will atrophy. So will these personalities. If you work at an agency and someone else deals with the clients while you do the design work, you'll have little chance to practice your selling skills. You'll probably never get an opportunity to negotiate with a client or mediate a committee. I want you to be aware that these are skills you will need should you ever want to become a freelancer. And if you are not used to using these skills, you may have a difficult time at the start. But just like a muscle, the more you work it, the stronger it becomes. And it's the same for running a design business. The more you work at it, the better you'll become. After all, you have to start somewhere. And that's where your optimist personality comes in.
Have you ever wanted to hear what an exorcism was truly like? Have you ever heard of Steve the demon from IT? If you answered yes and no to these questions, you're in luck! This week Ashley covers true exorcism stories from users on reddit. On the flip side, Richelle dives deep into personality tests and what each of your hosts scored on these test!! If you want to know yours, here are the links!! https://www.16personalities.com/ https://www.truity.com/test/enneagram-personality-test Show recommendations: http://noblebloodtales.com/ https://www.midnightlibrarypod.com/
In this episode, we break the misunderstood truth about personalities, how there's growing evidence of neuroplasticity and why we must change who we are to live the life of our dreams. Tune in to explore how you can change your personalities through simple but effective practices. Subscribe to our weekly emails for more such insights delivered straight to your inbox: https://beingmeraklis.com/subscribeFollow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beingmeraklis/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lisa is worried that Pat’s common cold is COVID. Stacking firewood is good mindless work. Pat and Lisa talk about the scary movies they saw as a kid (and shouldn’t have). And, Pat puts... Seattle Radio personalities (and we use that term loosely) Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster are BACK and on DEMAND talking about stuff you want to listen to with each new episode of "Peculiar Podcast".
Trying to manage your time and productivity can be exhausting. If you've been struggling with how to prioritize tasks or fine-tune your schedule and feel like you're on a constant hamster wheel, you are not alone. Nearly everyone I know struggles with this, whether you're an entrepreneur or not. If you missed last week's episode, I shared why I don't believe in hustle and how to work from a place of rest, alignment, and abundance. Listen to part one of this series here. Work with your energy rather than against it. Here's the thing: unless you learn to manage your energy, you will unknowingly undercut your productivity and progress every. single. time. It's not just about the physical work and time management tips and techniques, but about the energy alignment. Ready to do less and achieve more with these time management tips and productivity tools? What you'll learn in this episode: Why the quality of your work matters over quantity. How to manage your energy. Unless you learn to manage energy, you will unknowingly undercut your productivity. Why working with intention is essential. How to manage your energy with productivity tools. Unless you learn how to do this, you will unknowingly undercut your productivity. Why you should get yourself a good paper planner, plus some tips on how to utilize it (including what to track, what NOT to track, and more). Some of my tried-and-true tips for maintaining work/life balance. The assessment tests I recommend to help you tune into your innate gifts and find what works for your specific personality. Subscribe and Review Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you liked what you heard, please leave an honest review for The Success with Soul Podcast on Apple Podcasts so we can improve and better serve you in the future. Plus, you could be featured on a future episode during our listener spotlights. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don't forget to subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts to get automatic updates. My goal for this podcast is to inspire those who seek flexibility and freedom in their lives by making something happen with holistic, soulful, step-by-step strategies from me and other experts. Links + Resources Mentioned in this Episode: The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron + Suzanne Stabile (Enneagram) 16 Personalities / Myers-Briggs Personality Testing (also refer to Episode 5 with Jessica Butts) Gretchen Rubin's 4 Tendencies Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt Do Less by Kate Northrup Atomic Habits by James Clear Traction by Gino Wickman Ready to start a blog but not sure what you should blog about? Take this quiz: What Kind of Blog Should you Start? Follow me on Instagram @katekordsmeier and @rootandrevel Ready to start your blog today? Let me show you how, step-by-step! In this two-hour How to Start A Blog Workshop you'll get everything you need and nothing you don't. I'll help you narrow down your niche and discover what to actually blog about, how to buy your domain name and hosting service, and how to install WordPress, your theme, and the right plug-ins–along with the CONFIDENCE to actually do the dang thing and start monetizing stat! Not to mention you'll get a downloadable workbook to make this even easier, along with a Q&A vault and lifetime access. Go here to get started TODAY! More Ways to Enjoy Success with Soul Download a transcript of this episode Download on Apple Podcasts Email me new episodes Don't forget to join our free Success With Soul Facebook community for follow-up conversations about the podcast episodes and where I also often go live to answer your burning questions. Hangout with like-minded bloggers and heart-centered online business owners exchanging priceless feedback, encouragement, and other golden insights from the trenches. *** EPISODE CREDITS: Danny Ozment at https://emeraldcitypro.com
This week, we deep dive into color personalities and how to strategically use them to increase sales and enrollment! This has been a highly requested topic and we are so excited to share the gold with you!
It's time for another Ask Dr. Leman: "How do I effectively parent my children with distinct personalities?" Listen in to find out Dr. Leman's response on this episode of Have a New Kid by Friday Podcast. Show Sponsored by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Produced by Unmutable™
The British had left, and the Revolution was won, but the freedom that was fought so hard for, was in danger of a mighty implosion! The 13 states were still thinking like 13 separate states, and if our new nation was to survive, it would take something special…someone special to get the government on the right track. Politics, Personalities, and Personal agendas. Our nations 1st POTUS uses his own power and prestige to fight through it all! The American Cincinnatus, George Washington, he's on this episode of American POTUS!
Why would you do a Personality Profile Assessment...? The knowledge benefits gained from completing a personality and behaviour profile are numerous. Profiles provide access to the knowledge of human behaviour and how that can be translated into skill sets that increase everyone's ability to enhance their personal levels of productivity and efficiency. This TIME OUT will share the different kinds of profiles and some of the great additional benefits... as well as a SPECIAL OFFER... Enjoy...!
This week the gals talk about the infamous serial rapist Billy Milligan. Jeepers Creepers!This fascinating and extremely divisive case revolves around "The Campus Rapist" Billy Milligan. Milligan was the subject of a recent true crime Netflix docu-series, Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan. Ash goes over Billy's traumatic childhood, when his Dissociative Identity Disorder may or may not have appeared, some of the crimes that he began to commit in his adolescence after several identities apparently appeared when Billy tried to commit suicide at 16, and up to the rapes that earned him the moniker The Campus Rapist. Cam then talks about Billy's arrest, his subsequent and very controversial diagnosis of what was then called Multiple Personality Disorder and the discovery of his supposed 24 personalities. She also covers his media circus of a trial, his time living in a minimum security mental hospital and the shenanigans that went on there, his fame and fortune, and the possible murders that he may have later committed!Play the new and improved version of "Fucked Up Bingo" with us for a chance to win a FREE month of Patreon! Find bingo at tsfuthepodcast.com/bingo!Or if you'd like to support your gals and the show, you can head over to patreon.com/TSFU and join for as little as $5 a month! That's less than a latte!You can find links to all of our sources, our Discord, our super sweet merch store, and more at tsfuthepodcast.com!Follow us @tsfuthepodcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook!Audio engineering by Evette Darensbourg.
Frank James is the creator behind 'Frank James', a YouTube channel making comedy videos about introverts, extroverts, the 16 Myers-Briggs Personalities and more. His first video was uploaded January 1st, 2017 and featured a chapped lipped Frank talk about his struggles with new years depression at 4:00am in front of many guitars Fast forward 4 years and the channel has amassed over 800,000 subscribers, with 135,000,000 video views and a passionate audience who tune in for a meaningful connection to Frank's relatable and light hearted content. Whether you're an extrovert, introvert or perhaps the popular omnivert you're sure to learn a little something about yourself! Frank James on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FrankJamesChannel Check out Chad & Steve Have A Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChadandSteve
No matter who you are, you're inevitably going to come across difficult personalities. (And it can be very frustrating.) To learn how to deal with difficult personalities in the workplace, Linda is joined by Debra Roberts, creator of The Relationship Protocol, to address these relationships and learn how to overcome them. What qualifies as a “difficult personality” is different for each person. For example, Debra reacts negatively to passive-aggressive personalities. It's any type you are triggered or challenged by, where you have to think through the proper responses in conversation. The Relationship Protocol is a communication model that resulted from all her working relationships. It provides actionable tools to have a conversation and deal with difficult topics. If you want a positive relationship with someone with a difficult personality, ask yourself what you want to say or what you want their takeaways to be after the conversation, and decide your words based on that. Don't target the person, but explain how the actions or choices make you confused. When something is bothering you, ask them to “help me understand.” Sometimes people don't realize they're difficult. Debra has encountered many people who don't even realize their actions are off-putting. When you speak to someone respectfully, and you respond negatively, they're going to assume they've done something wrong. The takeaway? When in a conversation, never attack the other person when addressing a personality conflict. And remember, your tone is everything. When talking to someone upset with you, be it a customer or co-worker, you must acknowledge their experience. Validate them. Own up to or empathize with them to deescalate a potential conflict. Everybody wants to feel heard. It's not about a grand gesture. But it's about acknowledging other people and being kind. Debra's famous interruption story. Early in her career, Debra was a department head that recently merged with another company. The woman who held a similar position to Debra at the other company was very intimidating, and she terrified Debra. She asked Debra a question and then walked out mid-answer. And Debra followed her as she left and called her out on it. And their relationship drastically improved. To connect with Debra, visit therelationshipprotocol.com or connect with her on LinkedIn. Her website also contains her courses specialized for personal, group, or professional teams to learn how to communicate effectively and have productive relationships. You can also find her book on Amazon. Do you have stories to tell? Connect with Linda to share them. This podcast is produced by TSE Studios. Check out other podcasts by TSE Studios, including this episode's sponsor, The Sales Evangelist, helping new and struggling sellers close more deals and achieving their sales goals. Subscribe to the IntHERrupt Podcast so you won't miss a single show. Find us on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, and Stitcher. Audio created by Ryan Rasmussen Productions.
Got any autographs from famous people? Lisa has Rembrandt’s autograph. Right next to Pat’s. Goodbye to the very funny Norm MacDonald. Lisa bought Pat another dumb birthday present. Pat is... Seattle Radio personalities (and we use that term loosely) Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster are BACK and on DEMAND talking about stuff you want to listen to with each new episode of "Peculiar Podcast".
What's wrong with finding a guru, and following their business-in-a-box model? Today we are talking about why it's important to build a business that fits both your personality and your skills. We are opening up a new series for the next few weeks that will help you to create a vision for the types of business models that are available to you. Two things you must remember: No 2 business are the same Your business will not be the same 6 months from now The Best Business For You As a young girl, I was raised by parents who had a brick and mortar business in the advertising specialities sector. When I dreamt of what type of business I may have one day, I literally couldn't see past a product based brick and mortar business. Of course commerce has changed a ton since then, but I limited myself to that style of making money. My vision followed a model I trusted. As I went to school, a theme of helping came out, and the careers I had were in nursing, fitness, teaching, and leading teams. I explored these and landed at a fortune 150 company for 15 years, where I did a lot of leading, mentoring, and developing talent. These were roles that complimented my soft skills, and I flourished in this work. Luckily, I had the opportunity to walk away from that phase and when I did I immediately knew I was going to have my own business. “I craved the ability to create a legacy for my family as well as flexibility in work hours.” I flirted with the idea of a brick and mortar business because I knew the power of product models. But when I did deep work and thought about what fueled me in my professional career, it was service and using my soft skills of empathy, leadership, relationships, and development. What better way to leverage these through a service based model? Then the online world was presented to me. “I started to look at the entrepreneurial world with much more complexity because it wasn't just service based or brick and mortar.. there was a land of new options available to me.” There were also dozens of people willing to take my money to teach me their model, framework, or path to 6 figures. I have started, grown, and scaled The Ops Authority in complete alignment with who I am, my gifts, what I desire, and the way I work best. I have built my own business which is different from any other person's business. It's completely mine and this is exactly what I want for you. This series is about leveraging your personality, soft skills, and your innate way of working, to create a business that compliments you. Assessments We love quizzes and assessments because they take a peek into our personality. Think about Myers Briggs, Disc, Enneagram, 16 Personalities, The Hogan Assessment and many more. These results show you more about your psychology and your behavioral tendencies. By knowing these parts of your personality, you can use this as data to help you design your specific business model. For example, if you're more of an introvert, I recommend a 1:1 model. Marketing may be an uphill battle because you don't want to be front and center. With a 1:1 model, you don't have to have as many sales events and with just a few conversations, you can fill your business up. This model allows you to focus on fewer people and deeply serve. It also means your churn will be less. This is frequently what our Directors of Operations (DOO) choose, especially as they're settling into business ownership. This is called a retainer model. Something else that can help you become clear is the Kolbe index. This is different because it has nothing to do with personality but everything to do with action. The Kolbe looks specifically at your conative mind, which is the “doing” part of your brain. We're going to dive deeper into the Kolbe system next week, but for starters it looks at 4 modes: fact finding, follow through, quick start, and implementation. “Personality may change, and will change over time but conation doesn't.” If you're a “quick start” on the Kolbe index, you probably have more vision and volume of ideas than others. It might be best to build a business with a supportive team to help you carry out those ideas. You also might leverage a funnel or have multiple offers, because you like complexity. If you combine the two examples I've given you, an introvert and a quick start (looking at personality and natural action) this individual could create a business that will leverage paid and organic traffic to get the right prospects into a funnel to have a sales call, rather than someone who speaks on stages to build connection. See how that works? “I'm on fire to help our community build a business that aligns to them and their values but at the same time leveraging the vast tools available to us rather than copying someone else's model.” For now you can learn a little bit more about the four business models available to service providers by taking our quiz at the theopsauthority.com/quiz. “The right business model will bring you faster success, less stress, and more ease and confidence.” Weekly Ops Activity Take the quiz and let us know your top result in our private Facebook community. I can't wait to see what your results are! Other Ways to Connect with Me: Website Private Facebook Community Facebook Page Instagram This episode was first published at theopsauthority.com/podcast/115.
Stemming from God's character—perfect love permeated with pure holiness—Christians celebrate justice. Pertinent for today, we have to ask how that compares with a Postmodern sense of justice. So for example, if society is undergoing a "new rising consciousness" how should Christians process justice? I also reflect on Joe Biden's recent vaccine mandate speech and strategize about how to dialogue with a Postmodernist.
Sonia T. is currently in New Orleans and Sonia C. just left Colorado after attending her mother's funeral service, and Sabrina is out this week as she just had a new baby. Sonia's mother has been a big teacher throughout her and her children's lives. The original Sonia went out with a bang on 4th of July. In traditional Sonia fashion! This week's theme is about: The passing of the original Sonia and the energy around it. There are six siblings in Sonia C's family, and each one of them saw a different mom. So after her passing, there was a lot of meshing of different personalities and expectations of what to do ‘about mom' in the household. Because everyone was scattered across the world, the siblings were having some very vital and important conversations via text; which Sonia C. hates! The texts Sonia C. were reading were really triggering her. The worst things that happen are actually in our imagination. Sonia T. agrees. She made an agreement with her sister, Sabrina, that if they actually need to talk about something important, they will call one another; and not text! It's so interesting to see the contrast between text conversations and real, live human conversations. Sonia C. had a lot of energy around her siblings, but the moment she saw them, it all melted away. It's as if that intense texting never even happened! Question of the Week: I have created a left-brain prison for myself. I'm at a crossroads. How do I tap into my intuition to find my true path? Tool of the Week: Look for the glitter. What's your takeaway from your family and how they interact with you? Continue on Your Journey: More Sonia Choquette at www.soniachoquette.com More Sonia Tully at www.Soniatully.com Connect with Sabrina at www.sabrinatully.com Join Sonia Choquette's Vibe Tribe Follow Sonia Choquette on Instagram Follow Sonia Tully on Instagram Download Sonia Tully's Intuitive Workbook and Meditation Buy Sonia and Sabrina's Book You Are Amazing Ask your intuitive questions at: email@example.com
As a worship leader, it feels like you need to be a loud and expressive person on stage. Which is fine and all for those who are naturally that way, but what about those who aren't? This is today's guest's story. He's a self-proclaimed “naturally shy” guy & a fantastic songwriter that the Lord called to step out from the back and take center stage. If you resonate in any way, you have to tune in. Mentioned in the Episode Phil Thompson's New Release --- If you like what you hear, please leave us a review! Also, feel free to shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org & tell us how we can better serve you and your church through this podcast. Don't forget to sign up for your FREE 2-week subscription to Worship Online at worshiponline.com/podcast! The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Worship Online in Nashville, TN. Hosted & Produced by Josh Kluge Backing Tracks by Johnluke Lewis
Clay works as Marketing & Communications Director at The Wild (VR/AR collaboration for Architecture & Design Teams) Clay's fave remote work apps:Miro (an online whiteboard & visual collaboration platform)Coda (a new doc for teams)Loom (video messaging for work)Asana (online project and task management) Find out your personality type at 16 Personalities. My Sponsor Storyblocks! storyblocks.com/congdonMy Sponsor Wireframe! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wireframe/id1437677219