Have you ever had one of those big lightbulb moments when creating an offer?One of those moments where the pieces all seem to fall into place and you're figuring out how a new revenue stream is about to make a big impact for your people?This is exactly what happened on one of my consulting calls with a client when she hashed out the details of her new membership program (including a six-week launch plan!).And lemme tell you, by the end of the call… we were lit. In this episode, I'm sharing the insights of our conversation about starting a new membership, and (surprise!) my thoughts on how to scale an existing membership.Whether you're in the beginning stages of creating a digital offer or ready to take it to the next level, I hope you enjoy this off-the-cuff conversation.Click play to hear all of this and…[00:01:19] The very first step you need to take when creating your membership program.[00:02:19] How to make your membership program stand out in the market.[00:03:38] How to create “exclusivity” in your membership.[00:05:55] The importance of reverse-engineering your revenue goals when you're in the beginning stages of creating a membership.[00:06:04] The six-week launch plan I created with my client (you can steal our framework!) [00:10:56] How to determine if you need to restructure your current membership (and the results one of my clients got when they did). [00:12:13] The one thing you NEED if you're going to launch your membership successfully.[00:13:30] How to create a masterclass (and how to title it) that makes people want to sign up for your membership ASAP.[00:16:53] How to know if it's the right time to leverage paid ads for your masterclass.For full show notes; visit: https://jasminestar.com/podcast/episode369a
Maybe you've had this case for a couple of months now and you've done a little bit of investigating. So you have a little understanding of the facts around what happened, but you haven't actually filed the case yet. This can also be the time for you to use a pre-litigation focus group for more in-depth planning. The perfect time to use a focus group is when you have the information that allows you to make some predictions, and there aren't any huge missing facts going on so you can pretty well predict the damages. In this episode, I'm going to discuss planning for focus groups before you file a case, the importance of a pre-litigation focus group, what it looks like, what things you need to be looking for, and the benefits of using it. In this episode, you will hear: What happens during the pre-litigation focus group Questions to ask and where to gather more information Factoring in your expenses in terms of time and money Ways to pick a case for a pre-litigation focus group Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: Email with questions? Elizabeth@larricklawfirm.com Download for FREE the Virtual FG Checklist https://fantastic-designer-3528.ck.page/635800b2c4 Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com Let them know I sent you.
Planning on creating a relentless regime with your ideals hell bent on world takeover? Well, armies don't just fall out of the sky! You're going to have to put in some extremely biased work in order to get those clueless fools to follow you into the loins of battle. "How can I start?" you may ask. Propaganda is a great start. Propaganda has been around for thousands of years and if you have access to the internet, you have probably come across one example. For today's PCFM episode, Izzy and Cam are going to dive deep into the intricate world of propaganda and investigate where we see it proudly displayed in pop culture… HAIL HYDRA!Cam gets his propaganda detection skills tested in a fun game of “Commie or the Good Ol' U.S. of A.?” It's a lot harder than you probably imagine, but you were never good at imagining things, were you?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/5956105/advertisement
How much would you pay for advice? Oddly enough, many people will spend large sums of money on people and things, hoping to improve their lives but will focus less on financial advice. Today, Brad breaks down the 3 components of wealth management and discusses how our own biases can hold us back when it comes to return on investments. Listen now. Show Highlights Include: An Open Heart. (1:59) Where The Rubber Meets The Road. (4:53) Quantifiable & Unquantifiable. (6:49) Wealth Management Has 3 Legs. (12:44) Guidance When It is Needed Most. (19:06) To schedule your complimentary retirement track review, head to https://onecapital.com. You can also call us at 805-410-5454 or text the word ‘TRACK' and we'll reach out to you. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel here: The Make Your Money Matter YouTube Show
In this episode, use the Online Course Creation Checklist to save you time as you prepare for your next course. Answer some key questions and make essential decisions before you get started. Get the full show notes at https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/162. LINKS MENTIONED Jump into the Topic and Title Challenge that starts on October 2, 2023. Save Your Spot Here: https://coursecreatorshq.com/PodcastTTC RELATED EPISODES E152: The 8 Types of Online Course Content – and which should you use?E094: 5 Tips for Online Course Titles That WorkKEY TAKEAWAYS FOR ONLINE COURSE CREATORS Your Online Course Checklist:Target audienceProblemSolutionTitleDelivery MethodHostingOutlineTypes of Lesson ContentTo Do ListCalendar / Appointments with YourselfEquipment for RecordingMarketing PlanEmail NewsletterOffer / BonusesPriceTarget Launch Date COME VISIT! FREE 2023 Ultimate Course Creators Planner - https://coursecreatorshq.com/2023planner Sign up for my email list and get this free course Is My Course Idea Any Good? here. GoodPods Let's talk about this episode on GoodPods – https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/goodpods (mobile only, download the app first) Clubhouse Connect with me on Clubhouse for FREE masterclasses at @JulieHood.Website https://www.CourseCreatorsHQ.comFacebook https://www.facebook.com/CourseCreatorsHQInstagram https://www.instagram.com/CourseCreatorsHQTwitter https://www.Twitter.com/CourseHQThreadshttps://www.threads.net/@coursecreatorshq Disclaimers https://coursecreatorshq.com/disclaimers/
In a recent survey, non-retired adults told investment firm Schroders that they will need approximately $5,000 per month "to enjoy a comfortable retirement." But is that really enough? Maybe! Studies and surveys like these make for eye-catching headlines, but they skimp on the details. For example, where are these retirees planning on living? $5,000 per month is going to go a lot further in, say, Kansas City than it will on the coasts. When are these folks planning to retire? If it's before 65, are they factoring health care premiums into that $5,000? What about Social Security? Mortgage payments? Long-term care insurance? An annual travel budget to have a little fun? These are the kinds of conversations and details that help my team at Keen Wealth arrive at something more reliable and personalized than a number: a comprehensive financial plan. The four case studies we discuss on today's show will give you a better idea of how that process could help you improve your plan for retirement.
On today's episode, BJ talks with Todd Bofinger, VA Office of Construction & Facilities Mgmt West Region Office & CMAA Colorado Chapter Membership Committee Chair. Todd discusses his career journey into a leadership role, the similarities and differences between navigating the public and private sectors, and what leadership strategies he has learned along the way. Resources mentioned: “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High” by Joseph Grenny: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-Conversations-Tools-Talking-Stakes/dp/1260474186/ref=pd_lpo_sccl_1/133-4283675-3283651?pd_rd_w=QA7ai&content-id=amzn1.sym.116f529c-aa4d-4763-b2b6-4d614ec7dc00&pf_rd_p=116f529c-aa4d-4763-b2b6-4d614ec7dc00&pf_rd_r=DTDNV6YE0H8TQHQTSWBV&pd_rd_wg=3I5im&pd_rd_r=46bf5141-5c23-4a49-963b-84d5da2c13d5&pd_rd_i=1260474186&psc=1LinkedIn: Todd Bofinger | LinkedInVA CFM: Office of Construction & Facilities Management (va.gov)Volunteer Organization Websites: Longhopes Donkey Shelter – https://www.longhopes.org Special Olympics – https://support.specialolympics.org Calls-to-action: Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend! MCFA IS HIRING!! If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure. Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/. We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don't see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email! Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.comAuthor: BJ Kraemer, MCFAKeywords: MCFA, Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Public Engineers, Military Engineers, United States Military Academy, Veteran Affairs, Development, Veteran, Military, SEC
Planning to homeschool your little one starting from the beginning? Tune in as we talk about homeschooling for Kindergarten and/or Preschool and what that can look like. What should you realistically expect of your little one? Does your Kindergartener have to sit at a desk for 7 hours, trying to read chapter books and write essays? No, silly, of course not! Beth & Emma share their insight and stories of homeschooling all their kids from the beginning and give realistic expectations along with lots of examples of how you can teach through hands-on, activity-based methods, unit studies, and tons of reading. Here are some links mentioned:Homeschool Share ScienceWizFind Your Homeschool Vibe Find Your Homeschool Vibe, How to Homeschool Without Losing Your Mind a book by co-host Beth Lee Support the showThis Week's Sponsor is actually Beth! Find her book on Amazon -Find Your Homeschool Vibe Thank you for supporting the show! Get your Peaceful Homeschool Merch! If you enjoy the content and would like to keep it coming, helping us cover the cost of the show with a small monthly subscription would be amazing. Peaceful Homeschool Podcast Subscription
This is a must listen episode! This week's guest is David Riedman, researcher and creator of the K-12 School Shooting Database. We discuss the surprising realities around shootings and violence at schools that often go unreported in the media. How can emergency managers help schools be more proactive with safety planning and preparedness? David shares insights from the data and patterns seen in the 300+ school shootings in the database. We also talk about the role of gun detection technology like ZeroEyes, the company David now works for, that uses AI and cameras to immediately detect firearms and provide alerts. Tune in to learn more about current school safety issues beyond the mass shooting incidents covered in the news.Learn more about the K-12 School Shooting Database: https://k12ssdb.org/Zero Eyes is an AI-powered, human-verified gun detection system that uses facility's existing security cameras. Learn more by visiting https://zeroeyes.com/Check out a recent news story on Zero Eyes and how this technology works: https://abcnews.go.com/US/new-jerseys-ocean-city-taps-ai-gun-detection/story?id=102960788Support our podcast! Everything EM Weekly: www.thereadinesslab.com/em-weekly-links EM Weekly shirts and merch: https://www.thereadinesslab.com/shop/ The Readiness Lab: https://www.thereadinesslab.com/ Connect with me! https://www.linkedin.com/in/zborst/ Major Endorsements: L3Harris Technologies' BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: www.l3harris.com Doberman Emergency Management Group provides subject matter experts in planning and training: www.dobermanemg.com
Have you heard about the Netflix series “Down For Love”?! We've been hearing about it from friends, family, and even one of our kid's healthcare providers, all with rave reviews. So we set aside some of the reality shows that we feel a bit guilty about admitting we've watched and enjoyed a wholesome reality dating show of people with Down syndrome on a quest for love. This show highlighted so many things for us to think about as parents. The conversations that we'll need to have about boundaries and consent, what we'd want to see for our kids, and so much more. It of course brought up so many questions that we dive into like: Did the show represent all types of people with Down syndrome? Does the show honor people with Down syndrome? Is the title “Down For Love” problematic or just a fun pun? We're diving deep into not only the show, but our thoughts (and some fears!) on our kiddos dating. This is an episode you don't want to miss! --- SHOW NOTES Learn more about “Down For Love” 168. When is it time to have "the talk" with your child with Down syndrome? (ft. Dr. Katie Frank, PhD, OTR/L) More on the backlash on the title “Down For Love” DISCOUNT CODE Friends, grab your narrative shifting gear over on The Lucky Few Merch Shop and use code PODCAST for 10% off! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Thank you, Enable SNP for sponsoring this episode! 47. Planning for the Future w/Phillip Clark from Enable SNP 191. Future Planning for the WHOLE Family - ft. Phillip Clark, Enable SNP Thank you, Jack's Basket for sponsoring this episode! EP 44 Shifting the Diagnosis Narrative w/Carissa Carroll from Jack's Basket EP 180 "You Make Me Better" (An Interview with Carissa Carroll, Founder of Jack's Basket) HELP US SHIFT THE NARRATIVE Interested in partnering with The Lucky Few Podcast as a sponsor? Email email@example.com for more information! LET'S CHAT Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions and Good News for future episodes. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theluckyfewpod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theluckyfewpod/support
Click here for the Revenue Recovery cheat sheet: https://hubs.ly/Q023rDk50Welcome to the third episode of our new HeartTalk podcast series, Revenue Recovery. Host Melanie Lawson, MS, speaks with MedAxiom's Nicole F. Knight, LPN, CPC, CCS-P, executive vice president of Revenue Cycle Solutions and Care Transformation, and Linda Gates-Striby, CCS-P, ACS-CA, Revenue Cycle Solutions consultant. They discuss the challenges of capturing Advanced Care Planning services and share some practical tips to take back to your organization.Guest Bios: Nicole F. Knight, LPN, CPC, CCS-PExecutive Vice President, Revenue Cycle Solutions and Care Transformation Nicole's decades of healthcare experience include cardiovascular and neurology practice operations, clinical management, business office management, and consulting. The most recent years have been devoted to cardiovascular consulting in operations, LEAN process improvement, and the revenue cycle. Prior to joining MedAxiom, Nicole served as practice administrator for Baptist Neurology and Northeast Florida Cardiology and director of operations for Jacksonville Heart Center and Louisiana Cardiology Associates. She has extensive expertise in coding, compliance, and education for various specialties including cardiology, neurology, radiology, hematology/oncology, orthopedic, ENT, gastroenterology and internal medicine. Nicole has provided physician and staff coding and compliance education sessions nationally. Nicole has completed numerous education hours toward a B.S. in Health Care Administration. In addition, she maintains her LPN licensure in Louisiana and Florida. She is a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders and the American Health Information Management Association. She received her Advanced Cardiovascular Coding Certification with the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and completed the AAPC inpatient coding and reimbursement course. Nicole is a certified AHIMA ICD-10-CM Trainer and completed a LEAN Healthcare training course at Johns Hopkins University. She also serves on the Physician Practice Council for AHIMA. Linda Gates-Striby, CCS-P, ACS-CAMedAxiom Consultant, Revenue Cycle Solutions Linda Gates-Striby has worked in the medical field for over 30 years and has specialized in cardiology coding and revenue cycle for 25 years. Her clinical experience includes work in the heart stations and coronary intensive care units as well as working as an EMT for a level one trauma center. As a MedAxiom Revenue Cycle Solutions consultant, Linda provides cardiovascular programs across the country with operational expertise, implementation strategies and simplification for often complex initiatives to minimize risk and maximize revenue. Linda, who has spent the past 30 years working as a specialist in compliance, revenue cycle and quality with a large cardiology and multi-specialty practice, is also the director of quality assurance with Ascension Medical Group in Indiana. Linda is a sought-after speaker and consultant and has conducted numerous national educational sessions focused on documentation, coding, auditing and revenue cycle improvement for clinicians, coders and administrators across the nation. Linda serves as a non-physician member of the American College of Cardiology's coding work group and publications subcommittee and has also served on the coding committee for the Heart Rhythm Society. Linda served as the cardiology chair on the Board of Advanced Medical Coding, lead the development of the Advanced Cardiology and Specialty Cardiology Certification examinations, and was the technical editor for cardiology-focused newsletters. Linda has served as an Independent Review Organization auditor for Office of Inspector General Corporate Integrity Agreements, and as an expert witness on behalf of cardiology practices.
Shannon Costley and Megan Babb discuss how they have used a combination of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), shared unit planning, and a focus on Power Standards to guide their middle school learners back to the face-to-face classroom after the pandemic shutdown.
Use this time of the year to do an audit of your long-term plan so that it can be a powerful tool in your annual planning.For all the passionate nonprofit leaders out there, I cannot stress enough the importance of strategic clarity. In my experience, it's not the lack of effort or passion that derails organizations but the lack of a clear vision and set priorities. As we move into planning for 2024, take the time to revisit, refine, and refocus. Your organization, your team, and the community you serve will all benefit from this clarity.That's why, in this episode, as we approach the end of the year, I do a deep dive into the heart of effective annual planning: Your long-term strategic plan. Whether you're an organization with a 5-year plan or a 3-year plan, your long term plan is your compass for developing a powerful annual plan.You'll learn:How your strategic plan is not just a document; it's your guiding star, helping you determine where to channel your energy, time, and resources.The key attributes of an effective strategic vision statement.Why focusing on 3-5 strategic areas can drive better results than spreading your efforts thin.How to make sure your goals can guide your planning, using three parts of the SMART framework.
In today's episode, we sit down with Stephanie DeLussey, a dual-certified veteran special education teacher, IEP coach, and author of the upcoming book "The Intentional IEP." Stephanie shares her unique insights into the often daunting process of writing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). She emphasizes the importance of collaboration between parents and teachers, and offers practical tips to make the IEP process more effective and less stressful for everyone involved. Read the full transcript and show notes at: https://www.coolcatteacher.com/e818 Sponsor: This show is sponsored by Microsoft. Check out their new AI Course. All opinions are my own. Once a year, I have a newsworthy topic that I accept that has advertorial content. This is the show for 2023 with Microsoft. Show Outline: Introduction Timestamp: 00:00:00 - 00:01:00 In this episode, Vicki Davis sits down with Stephanie DeLussey to discuss the importance of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and how to approach them intentionally. Stephanie shares her expertise in creating effective IEPs that genuinely cater to the needs of each student. The Importance of Parent Input Timestamp: 00:01:01 - 00:04:48 Stephanie emphasizes the crucial role that parent input plays in shaping an effective IEP. She suggests using input forms to gather valuable information from parents, which can then be used to write the present-level section of the IEP. Writing the IEP: The Present Level Section Timestamp: 00:04:48 - 00:05:22 Stephanie walks us through the process of writing the PLAAFP (Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance) section of the IEP, which serves as the foundation for the entire plan. Gathering Additional Input Timestamp: 00:05:22 - 00:06:08 Stephanie advises sending out teacher input forms and consulting with other professionals who work with the child. This additional input helps in determining the skills to focus on when writing IEP goals. Drafting and Revising the IEP Timestamp: 00:06:08 - 00:07:16 Stephanie talks about sending a proposed draft IEP to the family for review. She emphasizes the importance of open communication and flexibility in making any necessary changes. Communication and Feedback Timestamp: 00:07:16 - 00:07:48 Vicki and Stephanie discuss the best ways to communicate with families, whether it's through email, phone calls, or face-to-face meetings, depending on the family's preference. The IEP Meeting and Follow-Up Timestamp: 00:07:48 - 00:09:11 Stephanie outlines what happens during the IEP meeting and the importance of ongoing communication with general education teachers and parents throughout the year. Addressing Misconceptions Timestamp: 00:09:11 - 00:11:09 Vicki and Stephanie tackle some common misconceptions about IEPs, including the difference between being "fair" and being "equitable." Conclusion and Resources Timestamp: 00:11:09 - 00:12:02 Vicki wraps up the episode by thanking Stephanie for her insights and mentioning Stephanie's upcoming book, "The Intentional IEP," set to release in January.
Our plans are how we design them to be. Design your day before you start it. Design your week before you start your day. Design your month before you start the week. This gets you to start living life by design. Put yourself in the center of your design. I have a pond with a fountain in it. The water is constantly and consistently disturbed. Ripples are always flowing from the center of this distraction in the water. About 20 feet away though, the water is calm. Sometimes it's so still at night it is like a mirror reflecting the night sky. It reminds me of how the tides of life can have these rippling and calming moments. Now, by design, where do we place ourselves? It's according to what we want at the moment. If we want to be busy, or live fast paced, we place ourselves near the fountain. At times we want peace, we put into plans for moments of peace. Everything according to your design. When we design our lives, and things go according to our plans, we live in the moment instead of living for the moment. Every moment is an Ichigo Ichie.
Welcome to part three of the 4 levels of planning. In this episode, I am unraveling the subtle power of monthly planning. This episode presents you with clear strategies on how to efficiently map out your month and get a grip on how much of your time is already accounted for. I'll guide you through a process of evaluating your quarterly activities, tweaking them if necessary, and capturing your monthly planning details, irrespective of whether you're a digital calendar user or a paper planner fan.No one wants to be swamped with too much detail, so I'll show you how the level of detail changes from quarterly to monthly planning. I'll reveal how to block off chunks of time in your calendar, make notes in your planner, and set aside personal time without feeling guilty. GRAB THE 4 LEVELS OF PLANNING CHECKLISTAka get my (never-before-shared) cheat sheet of what you need to do when doing annual, quarterly, monthly, and weekly planning.https://www.megansumrell.com/4levelsSupport the showOverwhelmed? Frazzled? Tired of your calendar controlling you?You are in the right place! Sign up for this free, on-demand training and learn how to gain control of your time no matter what life throws at you!>>> https://www.megansumrell.com/freetraining
Social media expert Karen Michaels joins us for a fascinating discussion on the transformative impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the world of singing, voice education and singing teacher marketing.Karen shares her wealth of knowledge on harnessing the power of apps and AI in your socials. We're chatting about the importance of authenticity in your online presence, avoiding burnout on social media and curating your feeds to create a positive and inspiring online environment for yourself.Karen's sharing her real-life experiences (including being our own social media manager) with tips on connecting with your audience and staying ahead of the curve.Whether you're a seasoned voice professional with a large following, or just getting started in the world of voice training, you need to watch this episode!Don't forget to like, subscribe and leave your comments below. What do you think of AI in the world of singing and singing teaching?0:00 The 1st blooper from Jeremy 2.12 Why AI for social media? 5:04 What is AI? 6:22 AI for social media? 8:19 Is it cheating? How to use AI right 12:09 How can we tell how good your teaching is? 17:01 Planning and the chickens! 20:52 Social media and burnout 22:26 Curating your social media feeds Karen's podcast Your Creative GPS https://www.podpage.com/your-creative-gps/ The Social Butterfly Group https://www.facebook.com/thesocialbutterflygroup/We're on the NATSCast list! https://www.nats.org/NATSCast.htmlJeremy's ChatGPT video on YouTube https://youtu.be/Yd0t9fP7JPU?si=7Sor_4-acgxlt2Bp We've also got this! ↓ For real1-1 attention on your own voice, book a voice coaching session in the singingstudio with Jeremy or Gillyanne https://DrGillyanneKayesJeremyFisherInspirationSession.as.me/The 12 Hours to Better Singing Teachingcourse online, with voice coaching techniques, vocal articulation exercises anda LOT more for the up-to-date singing teacher is here https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/12-hours-to-better-singing-teachingFor the best self-guided learning, checkout the Vocal Process Learning Lounge - 22 years of vocal coaching resources(over 600 videos) for less than the price of one private singing lesson. Clickon the link and choose a Level https://vocalprocess.co.uk/learning-lounge/If you want to discover if our singingteacher training programme works for YOU, message us - we can share the processfor joining Cohort23. Sign up for the Vocal Process newsletterhttps://vocalprocess.co.uk/news-and-media/freebies/Get the One Minute Voice Warmup app here, it'sgot a 4.9star rating Appstore https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/one-minute-voice-warmup/id1212802251Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.speechtools.warmup&hl=en_GBCheck out our brand new Voice Journal,written with Rayvox's Oren Boder https://www.rayvox.co.uk/products/voice-journal?ref=VOCALPROCESSFind us - follow us on the socials!
CEO and Founder of JR Global Events the one and only Jennafer Ross is back on the pod! It's been almost 3 years since the Bollotta-philes have touched down with Ms Ross and they needed to have her back after seeing her new separate venture, the #eventpro staffing service app called EVENTS ON CALL which is offering direct access to vetted and experienced onsite event specialists on an "as needed" basis. But first, Anthony has a TIPSY about "VOLUNTEERISM" and Alex has a YaiYai-ism about doing stuff for others. During the interview with Jennafer they discuss the benefits of volunteering, post virtual back in-person and how she accidentally created a matchmaking platform for event specialists. She also gets into the importance of education, her concern for the future of the special event industry and her plans for the future.Connect with Jennafer Ross for Event Staffing via Events On Call www.youreventsoncall.com Follow @youreventsoncall on InstagramConnect with Jennafer Ross for Strategic Meeting and Event Management and Planning via. www.jrglobalevents.com (JR Global also Exhibit Management, Site Sourcing and much more!)Follow @JRGlobalevents on InstagramFollow @bollottaentertainment on InstagramSubmit ASK ANTHONY questions on the form at www.bollotta.com/podcastPlease answer this survey: https://stats.blubrry.com/s-85335/getting_started/
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and what better time than now to prepare for October! Join Keypoint Intelligence's Anne Valaitis as she sits down with Carlos Fernandes, Founder and CEO of Agile Cybersecurity Solutions (ACS), to discuss how businesses could and should protect themselves, the latest threats and what to do about them, and the role everyone plays in keeping our digital world safe.
In this episode of GatherGeeks—recorded live at Connect Marketplace 2023 in Minneapolis—BizBash chairman and founder David Adler sits down with Deesha Dyer, who served as the White House social secretary for the last two years of the Obama administration. Here she recounts the meticulous planning that went into the Pope's visit, navigating unexpected situations with poise, and how her time as social secretary informed her understanding of the intricate interplay between politics, social customs, and the importance of creating memorable experiences. Listen for a behind-the-scenes look into events held at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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Unlock the secrets of remote team management and product explanation in our stimulating conversation with Nitin Gupta, the COO of Prisma. Nitin unveils how explaining technical products to non-technical people can be a challenge, but he makes it understandable, going as far as breaking down Prisma into simple terms for our mothers. Also, learn about Prisma University, a unique internal initiative to educate non-tech team members about their product's nuances. Beyond product explanation, we venture into the world of remote hackathons and the operational challenges within. Nitin highlights anticipating potential issues within a remote team and the significance of aligning all-hands meetings with the organization's structure. More so, we explore Prisma's unique take on transparency and collaboration as they open-source their processes. Finally, we delve into the less conventional aspects of managing a remote company. Nitin shares insights on why they hired a trained psychologist for HR and how it helps prevent employee burnout. He also unveils an interesting balance between commercializing open-source projects and maintaining a vibrant community through the 123 framework. Additionally, we discuss operational execution, aligning teams to KPIs, and Nitin's unique approach to quarterly planning. This episode is a must-listen for tech enthusiasts and remote team managers looking for practical tips and fascinating insights. (0:00:13) - Explaining Prisma and Building Knowledge SharingNitin Gupta explains Prisma to his mother, Prisma University educates internally, and technical team members share knowledge. (0:11:13) - Remote Hackathon and Organizational Structure ManagementNitin Gupta discusses hackathon operationalization, remote team issues, all hands meetings, organization structure, and open sourcing processes. (0:18:40) - Psychologists and Open Source in Remote CompaniesNitin Gupta emphasizes HR with psychologist hire, uses 123 framework to balance open source project and community vibrancy. (0:35:30) - Operational Execution and Alignment of KPIsNitin Gupta discusses aligning teams to KPIs, concentrating on company-wide objectives, quarterly planning, and negotiating with a mobile handset manufacturer. Episode link: https://betweentwocoos.com/prisma-coo-nitin-guptaNitin Gupta: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gnitingMichael Koenig: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-koenig514/
Discover the Insider's Guide to Thriving as a Digital Nomad Have you heard these myths about the digital nomad lifestyle? Myth #1: It's all about lounging on the beach with a laptop. Myth #2: You need to have a lot of money saved up to start. Myth #3: It's impossible to have a stable income. In this last episode of this miniseries, my guest experts will reveal the truth and provide valuable tips for aspiring digital nomads. You will discover the secrets of the digital nomad lifestyle in this riveting episode. As the seven experienced nomads share their tips and advice, you'll be on the edge of your seat, eagerly awaiting the next nugget of wisdom. Again, my special panel of digital nomads is Ranika Koneru, Shaun Busuttil, Nora Dunn, Chris Cerra, Gianni Bianchini, Jason Robinson, and Mr. Derek Smith. In the episode, you will hear there's no right or wrong way to be a digital nomad. Just listen to your gut feeling and do what's right for you. You can also read the blog post on TheRadioVagabond.com/282-seven-nomads-7. THE KEY MOMENTS 00:00 - Welcome to the last episode in this miniseries 03:17 - Starting Small and Testing the Waters 05:19 - The Importance of Planning and Networking 07:55 - Understanding the Challenges and Benefits 10:07 - Taking Baby Steps and Constant Progress 14:47 - The Importance of Stability in Digital Nomadism 15:51 - Overcoming Fear and Embracing the World 17:45 - Finding Your Own Path as a Digital Nomad 19:39 - Learning from Past Mistakes 26:57 - The Cost of Digital Nomadism 29:33 - Reviews and Definition of Digital Nomad 32:06 - Labels and Definitions of Digital Nomad 34:28 - The Future of Nomadic Life 35:18 - Individual Choices in Nomadism 36:19 - Future of the Radio Vagabond NOMAD LINKS Visit Jason Robinson's travel blog, TheNomadExperiment.com and follow him on Instagram as @TheNomadExperiment. Follow Nora Dunn's YouTube channel with tips on travel and travel gear, her blog, TheProfessionalHobo, and on Instagram as @TheProfessionalHobo. Follow travel writer Shaun Busuttil on his blog “ShaunBusuttil.com“ and on Instagram as @TheShaunBusuttil. Subscribe to Chris Cerra's email newsletter, RemoteBase.co, for the best accommodation deals for digital nomads. Use promo code VAGA20 to get 20% off on his Premium Newsletter forever. He's @nomadaccommodationguy on Instagram. Check out Mr. Derek Smith's website on public speaking. He's @Mr_Derek_Smith on Instagram. Check out Ranika Koneru's company, Cloud Connections, for inspiring group travel experiences to the world's greatest festivals. She's on Instagram as @RainbowRani_. Explore Gianni Bianchini's travel blog, Nomad Is Beautiful, YouTube channel, and podcast for digital nomad advice and insights. On Instagram as @Gianni.Bianchini. Connect with Palle Bo on YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. See all the links here.
A multiage classroom, sometimes referred to as a mixed-age or multi-age grouping classroom, is an educational setting where students from different age groups or grade levels are grouped together in the same class. There are several benefits associated with multiage classrooms. In today's episode, I share my experience teaching and planning for a multiage classroom over the past 4 years. There are many strategies I have used to help make the most of this method, I know you will be able to pull out some really great tips! While multiage classrooms offer several advantages, they also require skilled and adaptable teachers who can manage diverse learning needs and create a supportive environment. Start your business with all of the necessary documents needed to launch a dream school, microschool, tutoring or homeschooling business! www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop And if you are ready to grow or scale your existing business, snag a coaching session to work on your business blueprint and marketing plan! www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Join Our Facebook Group for “Tip Tuesdays”, a support community and the “best place on the internet corner” https://www.facebook.com/groups/teacherletyourlightshine Book a Clarity Coaching Session: www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Get started on your dream school right now! Get all the documents you need to jumpstart, market and enroll students! www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop We have step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms. You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand deliver your new handbook and contract. Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop Coaching: https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Do you need help with a plan of action, accountability, or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business? Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like? It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business. Click below to learn more… Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: email@example.com Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https:www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool
Tommy B and SFD prepare you for Week 4 of the fantasy season with some SOPs: “Make Sure They're Rostered,” waiver priorities, “Next Week This Week,” players to drop, players to fade, players to sell, players to buy/hold, and “Next Year This Year” for those dynasty rebuilds. Plus, lineup hacks and some Strategic Thinking and Planning as the guys discuss some overarching fantasy/dynasty strategy!The SuperFlex SuperShow – one of many great podcasts from the Dynasty League Football (@DLFootball) Family of Podcasts – is hosted by John Hogue (@SuperFlexDude) and Tommy Blair (@FFTommyB), and always dedicated in loving memory to James “The Brain” Koutoulas. Featuring weekly dynasty football content focused on superflex, 2QB and other alternate scoring settings. Special thanks to Heart and Soul Radio for their song, “The Addiction,” and special thanks to the Dynasty League Football Family of Podcasts and the entire DLF staff for the ongoing support! Stay Sexy… and SuperFlex-y!
Discover the Insider's Guide to Thriving as a Digital Nomad Have you heard these myths about the digital nomad lifestyle? Myth #1: It's all about lounging on the beach with a laptop. Myth #2: You need to have a lot of money saved up to start. Myth #3: It's impossible to have a stable income. In this last episode of this miniseries, my guest experts will reveal the truth and provide valuable tips for aspiring digital nomads. You will discover the secrets of the digital nomad lifestyle in this riveting episode. As the seven experienced nomads share their tips and advice, you'll be on the edge of your seat, eagerly awaiting the next nugget of wisdom. Again, my special panel of digital nomads is Ranika Koneru, Shaun Busuttil, Nora Dunn, Chris Cerra, Gianni Bianchini, Jason Robinson, and Mr. Derek Smith. In the episode, you will hear there's no right or wrong way to be a digital nomad. Just listen to your gut feeling and do what's right for you. You can also read the blog post on TheRadioVagabond.com/282-seven-nomads-7. THE KEY MOMENTS 00:00 - Welcome to the last episode in this miniseries 03:17 - Starting Small and Testing the Waters 05:19 - The Importance of Planning and Networking 07:55 - Understanding the Challenges and Benefits 10:07 - Taking Baby Steps and Constant Progress 14:47 - The Importance of Stability in Digital Nomadism 15:51 - Overcoming Fear and Embracing the World 17:45 - Finding Your Own Path as a Digital Nomad 19:39 - Learning from Past Mistakes 26:57 - The Cost of Digital Nomadism 29:33 - Reviews and Definition of Digital Nomad 32:06 - Labels and Definitions of Digital Nomad 34:28 - The Future of Nomadic Life 35:18 - Individual Choices in Nomadism 36:19 - Future of the Radio Vagabond NOMAD LINKS Visit Jason Robinson's travel blog, TheNomadExperiment.com and follow him on Instagram as @TheNomadExperiment. Follow Nora Dunn's YouTube channel with tips on travel and travel gear, her blog, TheProfessionalHobo, and on Instagram as @TheProfessionalHobo. Follow travel writer Shaun Busuttil on his blog “ShaunBusuttil.com“ and on Instagram as @TheShaunBusuttil. Subscribe to Chris Cerra's email newsletter, RemoteBase.co, for the best accommodation deals for digital nomads. Use promo code VAGA20 to get 20% off on his Premium Newsletter forever. He's @nomadaccommodationguy on Instagram. Check out Mr. Derek Smith's website on public speaking. He's @Mr_Derek_Smith on Instagram. Check out Ranika Koneru's company, Cloud Connections, for inspiring group travel experiences to the world's greatest festivals. She's on Instagram as @RainbowRani_. Explore Gianni Bianchini's travel blog, Nomad Is Beautiful, YouTube channel, and podcast for digital nomad advice and insights. On Instagram as@Gianni.Bianchini. Connect with Palle Bo on YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. See all the links here.
Are you dreaming of that ultimate girls' trip filled with laughter, adventure, and unforgettable memories? Look no further! Kelli Bertram, Come and See Travel, shares her expertise and reveals three key tips to plan the ultimate girls' getaway. From choosing the perfect destination to crafting an itinerary that caters to everyone's interests, you'll get the inside scoop on creating a trip that's as unique as your friendship.Follow us on Instagram @TravelBeatALGV!
Have you ever wondered how the landscape of planning periods for substitute teachers has shifted in recent times? We've got some eye-opening insights for you! Our episode kicks off with a deep-dive into the dramatic change in how planning periods are being utilized, where subs are now frequently tasked with covering additional classes. We discuss the ripple effects of these alterations, drawing from the enlightening dialogues in our rapidly expanding Substitute Teacher's Lounge Facebook group. Join our Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/substituteteachersloungeEmail your questions to mailto: firstname.lastname@example.orgBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE
The first day of school comes but once a year, but the ramifacations of your outfit...well they can be felt for a lifetime. Today, notable former student and co-host of "How Did We Get Weird" Vanessa Bayer joins us to talk about this delicate time of yearly reinvention. We unpack the economic status of being hot in high school, the polarizing effects of dressing like you're from California, and whether or not it is abuse to ask someone "have we met before?" If you're currently in high school, this episode could save your life! Subscribe to our Patreon at patreon.com/straightiolab for bonus episodes twice a month and don't forget to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's quote comes from Marilyn Monroe: "I'm selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best." THINGS DISCUSSED: -Opposites don't actually attract (study shows most couples are more similar) -Kat shares some wedding updates -Parasites and full moons -Finding out what you want &/or need in a partner (Kat shares her 20, 10, 3 exercise which could also be used to narrow down traits you're looking for in friends too) -Meeting expectations (FYI: your partner doesn't have to meet ALL of your needs!) HOSTS:Amy Brown // RadioAmy.com // @RadioAmy Kat Defatta // @Kat.Defatta // @YouNeedTherapyPodcast // YouNeedTherapyPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week John Drury and Ken Schenck dive into Matthew 21:23-32. Ken Schenck received a PhD in New Testament at the University of Durham, England in 1996. He has taught biblical languages, New Testament, and philosophy at several institutions for many years. In particular, he was Professor of New Testament and Ancient Languages at Indiana Wesleyan University. He was the founding Dean of Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University. He was Vice President for Planning and Innovation at Houghton University, and is currently the Vice President for University Partnerships for Campus Edu. He is the author of over twenty books. Hosted by: John Drury Produced by: Tyler Sanders (@tylerwsanders) and The Called Collective (@thecalledcollective) Edited by: Nathan York Graphics created by: Hannah Harris (@hannahrae.of.sunshine) Facilities Provided by: Indiana Wesleyan University The Called Collective seeks to equip the next generation of ministry leaders. We accomplish this by resourcing teens and pastors for the work of ministry. The Called Collective Social Network is designed for High School teens called to ministry in order for them to learn ministry skills, share in community with students across the world, and develop their call. Please check out the Called Collective. Website: thecalledcollective.org C2 Social Network: members.thecalledcollective.org Podcasts: Fresh Text - A weekly podcast where two pastor-scholars come up with sermon ideas . Every Monday, 1 hr typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/freshtextpodcast Modern Parables - A weekly podcast where four pastors create sermon illustrations from cultural topics. Every Tuesday, 30-1hr typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/modernparables Good Days with Eddy Shigley and Charlie Alcock - A weekly podcast where they will share a Ministry Principle and how it has played out in their years of ministry. Every Wednesday, 20-25 minutes typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/GoodDayswithEddyandCharlie The Defining Yes. A Women in Ministry Podcast - A weekly podcast where women called into ministry share their stories. Every Thursday, 30 minutes typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/thedefiningyes Coffee and Calling - A weekly podcast where a pastor, missionary, professor, or student shares their calling story. Every Friday, 30-35 minutes typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/coffeeandcalling The Called Collective is a ministry sponsored by The School of Theology & Ministry (STM) at Indiana Wesleyan University. The School of Theology & Ministry has been equipping pastors, missionaries, and ministry leaders at the undergraduate level for over 100 years. We are relentless in our mission to advance the Kingdom by equipping women and men for a lifetime of transformation service.
I dive into how you can get started creating systems in your business so you can gain more control, diminish overwhelm, and run a more efficient, profitable business. What You'll Discover In This Episode: ✔ What A Business System Is ✔ The Results Of Not Having Effective Systems ✔ The Benefits Of Having Business Systems ✔ Where To Start Creating Systems ✔ The Key To Creating Systems ✔ So Much More! To access resources and links from this episode, click on https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/298. P.S. Want to discover what's most holding you back in business and receive a personalized playlist to help you overcome those specific challenges? It only takes a few minutes to take the Next Level Business Owner Quiz and get on the path of taking your leadership and business to the next level! And… If you want help managing your time, creating efficiency, making a new hire, reducing the stress and overwhelm of running a business, or making strategic decisions that will help you level up your business, I'd like to talk to you. Let's discuss how we can partner together to help you get unstuck, reduce stress, and determine a clear path to increased profits! Schedule your Discovery Call
Can urban design and planning take a toll on the mental well-being of city-dwellers? One University of Virginia researcher thinks so. Jenny Roe is the co-author of Restorative Cities: urban design for mental health and wellbeing. It looks at how cities should put mental health and wellness at the forefront of design. Also: Starting today, every household in the U.S. can request home delivery on four more COVID-19 rapid tests. They will be delivered via the U.S. Postal Service starting the week of Oct. 2.
The Routine and Things Planner is back and in this episode I'm breaking down the Routine Block Planning Method, the signature planning method used inside to help you get and keep your life more organized. I share what the Routine Block Planning Method is, how it helps, and what makes it something you need in your life right now. Let's get into it! Get the Routine and Things Planner TodayFree Routine Block Training VideoSupport the showFollow me over on Instagram @routineandthings
This week, we're starting a mini-series about how to plan for Giving Tuesday, thanks to our sponsorship by Little Green Light! We take a Rewind back to a story about how I helped a client plan their Giving Tuesday campaign. Then we take a deep dive into how to set goals for your Giving Tuesday campaign, along with examples of effective goals. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Little Green Light's free fundraising resources: www.littlegreenlight.com/jenni — Jenni's Giving Tuesday Planning Toolkit: nonprofitjenni.com/coursesandmore — Get my once-per-week email newsletter: nonprofitjenni.com/subscribe Produced by Ben Hill Sound Music by Emily Summers ©2023 Nonprofit Jenni. All Rights Reserved.
Dr. Irit Yaniv, Founding Partner and CEO at Almada Ventures (TLV: AMDA) This episode is sponsored by FirmRoom, the fastest virtual data room used to get deals done. FirmRoom provides 80% cost savings over VDRs that bill by page and delivers a far better user experience to boot. Sign up in under 2 minutes by going to www.firmroom.com Episode Timestamps 00:00 Intro 03:26 M&A in the medical device industry 04:49 Minority position during Investment 05:35 When to think about an exit 06:59 Getting involved in the exit 09:57 Working with the CEO 12:03 Keeping track of potential acquisitions 14:34 Finding the right buyer 17:55 Managing exit planning disagreements 20:34 Who controls exit decisions 22:23 Negotiation 25:37 When to engage with a banker 36:51 Advice on planning an exit 38:11 Bad exits 40:29 Other takeaways 42:35 Craziest thing in M&A
FreightWaves' Mike Baudendistel and Grace Sharkey discuss General Mills' results last week, food ingredient prices, anticipated Halloween spending and interview Bill Rinehart, CEO of Bold Carts Follow The Stockout Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We often get asked what the difference is between retirement planning and business owner planning when it comes to personal finance. The answer is focus. For most non-business owners the focus of financial planning is retiring successfully while hitting the major financial milestones of life between today and the day you retire. For business owners, the focus is on meeting all the needs, wants, and goals of the family while also nurturing and growing the business. In today's episode of the Entrepreneur Aligned Podcast, I dive into some of the key differences in personal planning based on where the focus is. ----- ABOUT JARROD Jarrod was born into financial planning and solving financial problems. With his financial advisor father Steve telling stories about finance around the dinner table from an early age, the idea that everyone has a different financial situation was always there. After an early professional career spent in nonprofit and government, Jarrod came back to his roots helping people plan and invest in 2011. Since then, he has worked with individual clients, led internal teams and ultimately became partner and the CEO of Destiny Capital in 2017. With a passion for helping entrepreneurs change the world, Jarrod ultimately oversaw the creation of Entrepreneur Aligned in 2020. With both Destiny Capital and Entrepreneur Aligned, Jarrod leads teams that help people live lives of abundance where money is simply a tool to let everyone be a positive force for the world around them. When he isn't working with the talented teams for EA and DC you can find him chasing his twins, wily trout or a podium spot at an OCR race. WANT TO LEARN MORE? Subscribe to our Entrepreneur Aligned Podcast for new episodes posted every week OR click below to check out more new content from Entrepreneur Aligned. Wealth Digest - weekly articles delivered to your inbox! Subscribe to our YouTube channel Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Check out our Linktree REACH OUT TO US! If you have a question or simply want to talk through your financial planning, we are here to help. SEND US A MESSAGE or call 720-715-7570 DISCLOSURE: Jarrod Musick is an officer of Destiny Capital and Entrepreneur Aligned, a DBA of Destiny Capital. All opinions expressed by Jarrod are solely his own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of Destiny Capital or Entrepreneur Aligned. This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for investment decisions. We recommend consulting with your wealth advisor, CPA/tax advisor and/or attorney, as applicable to your situation, prior to implementing a new investment strategy. Advisory services provided by Destiny Capital Corporation, a Registered Investment Adviser.
In this week's Security Sprint, Dave and Andy talked about the following topics. Security Planning CISA: New Product - Protecting Houses of Worship: Perimeter Security Considerations Infographic. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released the Protecting Houses of Worship: Perimeter Security Considerations Infographic. CISA: Security Planning Workbook. Security Planning Workbook (PDF) DHS: This #SeeSayDay Take the Pledge to Protect Your Community If You See Something, Say Something® #SeeSayDay. Selected FB reports: Statement from President Joe Biden on Yom Kippur Synagogues brace for bomb threats, ‘swatting' attacks as Yom Kippur begins Escambia County church a 'total loss' after overnight fire Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation at Screening of John MacArthur's ‘The Essential Church' at G3 National Conference Anne Arundel police announce arrests in three hate bias cases at area churches FBI WARNED SIKHS IN THE U.S. ABOUT DEATH THREATS AFTER KILLING OF CANADIAN ACTIVIST INVITATION: Protecting Places of Worship Weeks of Action Virtual Events + DHS Resources Bomb threats target US synagogues during Rosh Hashanah West Virginia Man Admits to Obstructing Tree of Life Trial TikTok Shoplifting Threats. https://www.the-sun.com/news/9148713/retail-chains-tiktok-videos-shoplifting-warning-employees/ Jen Walker, Superstar, and Ransomware Resilience Congratulations to our 2023 SC Media Women in IT Security honorees. “Today SC Media shines a spotlight on 20 business leaders as part of our 2023 Women in IT Security program. Thank you to SC Media for recognizing Gate 15's very excellent Jennifer Lyn Walker in the 2023 Women in IT Security list‼️ Private Public Partnership. FBI Director Christopher Wray Speaks at 2023 mWISE Cybersecurity Conference. Cyberspace Solarium Commission's (CSC's) 2023 Annual Report on Implementation. Key Takeaways from the 2023 Security Summit Hosted at the Fortinet Championship. Ransomware. House Oversight Committee: Combating Ransomware Attacks MGM Resorts are operating ‘normally' after hacks, sort of TribalNet: Cyber experts wrap up MGM hack at San Diego conference. The MGM Breach and the Role of IdP in Modern Cyber Attacks TribalNet: Gaming tech exec says it's time finally to talk about cybersecurity MGM vs. Caesars: Cybersecurity Expert Rates Hacking Responses PhilHealth hit by Medusa ransomware, aims for site restoration by Monday Ransomware group claimed to have hit a New Jersey cardiology group. Did they? Growing Ransomware Threats: Looming Danger for ICS, Industrial Companies Morroco disaster scams / misinformation on social media, scams The Gate 15 Interview: Malicious Info Operations & MDM, the Space Sector, supply chain resilience, the City of Light, and nudging the world in a better direction. Misinformation research is buckling under GOP legal attacks GOP legal attacks create a chilling effect on misinformation research The Rise of Generative AI and the Coming Era of Social Media Manipulation 3.0 Quick Hits: Perspective: Homeland Security and the Shutdown Threat: Planning for an Unnecessary Contingency Alarm bells ring as lawmakers prep for possible shutdown U.S. braces for calamitous, costly government shutdown in eight days IT-ISAC: Cyber experts set out plan to secure crucial 2024 US election Health-ISAC QR Codes. https://www.aha.org/h-isac-white-reports/2023-09-19-h-isac-tlp-white-observed-increase-qr-code-phishing-attacks-september-19-2023 Harmonization of Cyber Incident Reporting to the Federal Government. El Nino winter. https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/25/weather/el-nino-winter-us-climate/index.html
Money management is one of the most important skills a person (especially a woman) can have, but it's often never learned and properly utilized. It's not easy to live a life of frugality – to assess needs versus wants and avoid spending money on things that you don't need. However, it's mandatory if you want to live a life of financial security and freedom. If you aren't a frugal person by nature, don't worry! I wasn't either in the beginning. But, if I can change my ways, anyone can! In this episode, I'm sharing 9 frugal habits that anyone can start implementing now to work towards proper money management. Here's a glance at this episode: [01:38] In this episode, I'm answering a City Girl Solutions question about the advice I would give to the version of myself 10 years ago. [05:01] Make it a habit of “paying yourself first”. Meaning, when money comes in, you save something before you do any spending. [07:41] When you keep tabs on your spending, you can make changes real-time to help you save money or get back on track. [13:25] Planning ahead for things you know are coming (or what to come) can be a great way to stick to your budget and avoid overspending. Subscribe, Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts This helps me support more people — just like you — to make the best money moves as they make their way to their dream life. Resources mentioned in this episode: I highly recommend you read The Richest Man in Babylon Listen to Episode 83 – How to Live Your Best Life this Summer Get your question answered on the podcast! Ask your question here. Struggling with your finances? Request a call with me (and get a budget)! Follow City Girl Savings on Instagram Follow City Girl Savings on TikTok Join the City Girl Savings Facebook Group Subscribe to the City Girl Savings Newsletter! Check out the City Girl Savings blog!
In today's episode of WealthStyle, Iván Watanabe and Evan Wohl interview Elaine Floyd, Director of Retirement Life Planning at HorsesMouth about the intricacies of our nation's support systems; Social Security and Medicare. Listen as Elaine shares her expert knowledge by debunking some common misconceptions and detailing the benefits these programs provide using real-life examples and … Read More Read More
Sunak refuses to deny reports he's planning to scrap inheritance tax, Cross Question & why is gay conversion therapy not being banned?Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Crossbench peer and legendary Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson, social commentator and former Boris Johnson adviser Samuel Kasumu, Emma Revell from the centre-right CPS think tank and former Labour adviser Tom Hamilton.
Life gets more busy when your little one finally makes her grand debut. Why not celebrate your pending arrival with a little rest and relaxation? They're called babymoons and they're growing in popularity. So, where should you go on your pregnancy vacation? What are some great activities to try- even when you're in your third trimester? And how can you save a few bucks in the process? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Planning for equitable accelerated learning is analogous to preparing a meal. Similar to a chef selecting the menu, gathering ingredients, and planning the occasion, educators choose aligned curricula to prioritize learning to help students internalize instruction. Straight from their new book Serving Educational Equity, Sonya Murray and Gwendolyn Turner share with listeners how to distinguish acceleration from remediation, establish effective foundational instruction, expand student engagement for all students, and use student excellence as the driver for full equity.
Are you feeling the strain of burnout? Can't remember the last time you felt genuinely rested? In this episode of "The Recognized Authority", Alastair McDermott hosts burnout expert, Jimmy Burrows, to discuss the challenging terrain of burnout. From the pressure of working long hours to the pitfalls of constant online availability, they explore the many triggers that can lead to this overwhelming state. Why do some see burnout as a badge of honor? And how does it harm productivity and well-being? Through compelling personal anecdotes, they sheds light on the importance of setting boundaries, the power of recharging, and the crucial need for a healthy work-life balance. They also offers tangible solutions: tools, frameworks, and strategies to prevent burnout, from effective communication to prioritizing higher-value tasks. Discover the art of setting personal boundaries, the advantage of time-blocking, and the significance of evaluating what you're saying "no" to. For anyone who has felt the weight of burnout or knows someone struggling, this conversation offers a beacon of hope and a roadmap to recovery. Equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to thrive in both work and life. Tune in today!
Today's poem is Ode to Purple Summer by Sabrina Benaim. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “For me, the pendulum swing that is emotional health deprives me of the world's splendor. The hummingbird flitting about the garden is no longer enchanting to me, a bite of a perfect brick oven pizza is just food, mere nourishment, not a crispy, aromatic experience of basil, tomato sauce, mozzarella on its way to becoming a culinary memory. Planning travel to other countries feels burdensome with all the flight preparation and itinerary building. I lose my sense of excitement. Yet, when I come out of my despair or have figured things out with the help of friends and family, I am more alive than ever, rendered new, painfully so. My synesthesia kicks in. I want to explore.” Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown today. Every donation makes a difference: https://tinyurl.com/rjm4synp