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This episode is one of Rick Rando's favorite episodes yet of the VC. Listen to find out why and join us as we take a few twists and turns into the world of hot sauce, foods to share, and taglines we make about states we've visited. We also discuss signs that prove it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Show notes: Connect with us on Instagram @thevictorycouch, Facebook, email@example.com, or www.thevictorycouch.com Want a new Victory Couch sticker for your water bottle, laptop, guitar case, etc.? Send us a quick screenshot of your review and your mailing address and we'll get you one! Reviews welcome https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-victory-couch/id1628820081 SUBSCRIBE to The Victory Couch e-mail list by visiting https://www.thevictorycouch.com/ and click SUBSCRIBE at the top of your screen. Leave us a voice message through Spotify for Podcasters: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevictorycouch/message You know it's Christmas season when ______ (fill in the blank). Mariah Carey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXQViqx6GMY Hershey's commercial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pe4IZ7aGikw Bath & Body Works Vanilla Bean Noel https://www.bathandbodyworks.com/s-fragrance/vanilla-bean-noel Can you give me some examples of foods that are best shared around the holidays? Bugles https://www.bugles.com/ Chex https://www.chex.com/ Chick-fil-A https://www.chick-fil-a.com/ McDonalds https://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en-us.html Hot Ones The Game Show https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjEmhhrS1Jqw7d7BfYq7xDg/videos How do you think you would do on Hot Ones The Game Show? Popeyes https://www.popeyes.com/ Asian Zing sauce Buffalo Wild Wings https://www.buffalowildwings.com/menu/bottles/asian-zing/ Man vs. Food https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/man-v-food Taco Bell https://www.tacobell.com/ I'm going to give you the name of a state we've been to and I want to hear you give me a tagline of how you would identify the state? Disney World https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ Universal https://www.universalorlando.com/web/en/us#! Sea World https://seaworld.com/ Kick Masters Karate https://www.kickmasterskarate.com/ Couch crumb: photo editing and the daunting task of Christmas decorating, COVID for family testing for black belt, young girl in our area needing a heart transplant Prop your feet up: decking the halls, hair appointment, children's church starts up soon, first female Master black belt at KMK --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevictorycouch/message
Dive into the vibrant world of franchises in Florida with our latest episode! From iconic names like Popeyes to exciting emerging brands like Your CBD Store, this episode unveils the top 8 franchises in the Sunshine State, showcasing a myriad of opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs. Discover the unique strengths and growth potential of each franchise, empowering you to make informed decisions on your entrepreneurial journey. Thinking about joining the franchise game? Our episode emphasizes the importance of thoughtful consideration, guiding you through the diverse landscape of business opportunities in Florida. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, this episode is packed with valuable insights to help you find the perfect franchise match. Don't miss out on future business insights and opportunities! This episode was based on an exclusive Vetted Biz analysis, click here for the full report: https://www.vettedbiz.com/best-franchise-to-own-in-florida/ Tired of your job? Thinking of starting or buying a business? Take our Biz Quiz to filter through over 10,000 business opportunities today! https://www.vettedbiz.com/quiz-test/ #FranchisesInFlorida #FranchiseFindings If you are looking for more information, you can connect with us through our networks: https://www.vettedbiz.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/vettedbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/vettedbiz
It's a Thanksgiving miracle as the boys gather a few days early to bring you a little joy for your holiday travels. It wouldn't be a Thanksgiving episode without some delicious treats so the boys try Popeyes' new ghost pepper wing variants, and the results are surprising. The segment sweeping the nation, "Who Ruined It”, returns for a special holiday themed edition as the guys assess a rather dubious Week 11 before turning their collective attention to the holiday slate of games. The meat of the episode is spent discussing the Loki season 2 finale and its place in the MCU. Finally, JJ and the Iceman humor AJ as he critiques Netflix's surprising Scott Pilgrim Anime series. Listen to this episode because it's giving yeet. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/badslant/support
PennLive's Brian Linder and Dan Sostek talk about a hodgepodge of playoff topics, including the West Mifflin playbook scandal, 1-2 win teams making the playoffs, the appeal of Popeyes Thanksgiving turkey, Dan's aversion to cranberry sauce and more.
FNBob gets Henvincible caught up with Palestine & Israel in the most Nonsense way possible. And then FNBob tries to show that comedy is an art but insulting everyone. Remember to stop by www.fnentertainment.com or everywhere else here https://linktr.ee/FNBoB & https://linktr.ee/rk9trainingllc & https://linktr.ee/Henvincible
Join Axel Schwan, president of Tim Hortons, Canada and U.S., and Duncan Fulton, Chief Corporate Officer at parent company Restaurant Brands International (Tim Hortons, Burger King, Popeyes, Firehouse Subs), for a fireside conversation about growing brand love, making quality improvements to its menus and accelerating openings at some of the world's most iconic brands. From introducing quality improvements to its menu, like freshly cracked eggs, to building market share in cold beverages and lunch and dinner menu items, Tims has driven positive momentum in the past few years through a journey of strengthening guest experience, food quality and franchisee relationships. 2024 promises to be another big year for the brand as Tims marks its 60th anniversary in Canada, as well as the 50th anniversary of the Tim Hortons Foundation Camps, and the 40th anniversary of Tim Hortons U.S. Already operating in over 100 countries, RBI has had significant international growth across its four brands. Burger King France and Spain boast a bigger market share in the QSR space vs. its main competitor; Popeyes recently announced openings in five new countries; with over 1,000 international restaurants, this country's beloved brand Tim Hortons is seeing Double Double growth globally; and Firehouse Subs opened its first restaurant outside of North America, in Zurich. RBI is also making inroads in its sustainability commitments related to its food, the planet, and people and communities. All part of RBI's big dream to build the most loved restaurant brands in the world. Jon Erlichman, Senior Anchor, BNN Bloomberg & Correspondent/Anchor, CTV National News, will moderate the discussion on topics including the progress Tims and RBI have made in recent years and their strategies for further growth in the quick service restaurant space. *The content presented is free of charge but please note that the Empire Club of Canada retains copyright. Neither the speeches themselves nor any part of their content may be used for any purpose other than personal interest or research without the explicit permission of the Empire Club of Canada.* *Views and Opinions Expressed Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the speakers or panelists are those of the speakers or panelists and do not necessarily reflect or represent the official views and opinions, policy or position held by The Empire Club of Canada.*
It's another episode of 2 Guys and a Goalie presented by Coolbet Canada with Dustin Nielson, Matt Kassian and Joaquin Gage! The boys recap yet another Oilers loss to Vancouver as Jack Campbell was waived and Calvin Pickard was recalled. What does it all mean? Find out!
Halloween is over and November has begun. Let's end the week with another TweetCap on PCP.This week we get into a former NBA player finding out his wife has an only fans, RIP Matthew Perry, guy quits Popeyes in an epic way, woman is just trying to find love, Michael Jordan's son wants him to be the best man at his wedding to his teammates ex-wife, Chris Broussard says something stupid, Halloween shenanigans, questions on life, and more!Jose and Ryan are with it on this one.Here is another classic episode of the Productive Conversations Podcast, on all Podcasting Platforms & YouTube. (2:24)YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@Productive_Conversations/LinkTree https://linktr.ee/productiveconversationsFollow us on Instagram@ProductiveConversationsPodcast@MattBrown300Follow us on Twitter@ProdConvoPod@Mattbrown31Follow us on TikTok@productiveconversationsBest way to contact our host is by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo Find Our Show on Various Podcasting Platforms And YouTube, click on the following links below!Apple PodcastSpotifyYouTubeGoogle PodcastsTuneIn PodcastsStitcher PodcastsPandoraAudacy Amazon MusicAudibleiHeartRadio:PocketCastBullhornPodcast Addict
@blcpodcast , overall episode #114 This week, on a spooky new episode of the BLC Podcast, we're joined by Linda Fay to talk about the boob psychic, Ms. Cleo, and scam psychics. Fred sorta tells us the history of Halloween, Taco Tuesday and maybe he slides some other stuff in there too, if you know what I mean. We also have a heaping helping of Fredline News, as we learn about the smartest artist in history, getting married and McDonalds, Chris Brown's Popeyes money, the best Halloween display of all time, and the guy that inspired the heart attack cafe. Free dimes! Happy Halloween! #BLCWorld #PopCulturePros --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/popculturepros/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/popculturepros/support
This week, on a spooky new episode of the BLC Podcast, we're joined by Linda Fay to talk about the boob psychic, Ms. Cleo, and scam psychics. Fred sorta tells us the history of Halloween, Taco Tuesday and maybe he slides some other stuff in there too, if you know what I mean. We also have a heaping helping of Fredline News, as we learn about the smartest artist in history, getting married and McDonalds, Chris Brown's Popeyes money, the best Halloween display of all time, and the guy that inspired the heart attack cafe. Free dimes! Happy Halloween!
This week, Juliet and Jacoby discuss a man who was fired over an expense report, share their thoughts on New York's new alcohol laws, and break down multiple heists. For this week's Taste Test, they try Popeyes' new Spicy Truff Chicken Sandwich. They close the show by sharing their Personal Food News and reacting to a listener-submitted voicemail. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 646-783-9138 or email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producers: Mike Wargon and Ronak Nair Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
- WHAT WE'VE BEEN UP TO - Taking the Bootyhole Brown Shot, Checked Out Ali Saddiq's Stand Up, Halloween Decorations Get Stolen, Switched to Youtube Premium, Concerns Over AI, Observing the Eclipse, Finally Appreciating Lyrics, Successful Birthday Party, Getting a Pedicure, Not Speaking to Family, Attending the Texans vs Saints Game, Enjoying a Family Reunion in Giddings TX - NEWS - AIDS Awarness "Ass" Statue, New iPhone-Same Stuff, Clorox Hack Causes Problems, Mass Shooting at Morgan State U, Netflix Ends DVDs, Drug Deal Gone Bad at Popeyes, Hamas vs Israel, - BREAK - Skyyee - F@CKERY/LISTENER FEEDBACK - Still Trill Hollers at Us, Fantasy Football Standings, Sexxy Red's Pregnant, Keefe D Arrested for Tupac's Murder, Nicki Minaj's Husband Gets Put on House Arrest, Remy Ma's Cheating Scandal, Taylor Swift dates Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill Wants to be a Porn Star After Football, Deon's Colorado Team Has Been Taking Some L's, The website is www.Shootfromthehip.xyz ! Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your Podcasts! Reach us at @FromThe_Hip on Twitter. Email us at email@example.com. The Facebook page is www.facebook.com/ShootFromTheHipShow/ and the voicemail line is (559)825-SHOT! #SFTH #PODCAST #HUMOR #COMMONSENSE
Nielson and Gazzola are back with another episode of the Oil Stream brought to you in part by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Boston Pizza and Coolbet Canada. The boys are back taking your texts at 780-218-9999 and chatting with viewers on YouTube! A full recap of the 6-1 win down in Nashville and the emergence of "The Superbad Line"
Today, we're joined by Try Guy Keith Habersberger to tackle the two of the biggest fried chicken chains and find out which one reigns supreme! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Western brands are rapidly growing in China. Popeyes is eyeing the growing Chinese middle class with the announcement of 1,700 new stores in the works over the coming years. We discuss how the world's biggest middle class, and growing, is catching the attention of big business in a big way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome back to The Radcast! This week, we're diving headfirst into the whirlwind world of marketing and business news, bringing you the freshest and juiciest headlines straight from the heart of the industry. Tune in as we unravel the Top Headlines, revealing the latest trends and breakthroughs that are reshaping the business landscape. Our sponsors have some incredible deals and insights to offer. And that's not all – we'll explore the most intriguing collaborations that are fusing creativity and commerce in groundbreaking ways.And because we love a good celebration, we'll also be uncovering the hidden gems of Social Media Holidays, giving you the perfect excuse to amp up your online presence. Get ready to be inspired, informed, and entertained – We are about to take you on a wild ride through the week's most exciting marketing and business stories!NewsDomino's is giving away free pizza (02:05)https://www.today.com/food/restaurants/dominos-free-emergency-pizza-rcna119468 California Is Banning Four Food Additives — But Don't Worry, Your Skittles Are Safe (06:00)https://sf.eater.com/2023/10/10/23911663/red-dye-3-skittles-ban-california-law Powerball Jackpot nears record ahead $1.8 billion drawing (08:50)https://www.today.com/video/powerball-jackpot-rises-to-second-largest-of-all-time-194883141504 Popeyes Surpasses KFC as the Second-Largest Chicken Chain in the US (11:30)https://hypebeast.com/2023/10/popeyes-surpasses-kfc-second-largest-chicken-chain-us-news Porsche Hits the Waves With Latest Collaborations (14:26)https://hypebeast.com/2023/10/porsche-x-frauscher-boat-release-info Kevin James joins in on viral ‘King of Queens' meme (18:40)https://www.today.com/video/kevin-james-joins-in-on-viral-king-of-queens-meme-193966149526 Instagram Threads preps a Trending Topics feature in battle with X (20:20)https://techcrunch.com/2023/10/09/instagram-threads-preps-a-trending-topics-feature-in-battle-with-x/ Sponsor (22:38)Caldera LabsHigh-performance men's skincare lineWebsite: https://calderalab.comUse code Radryan for 20% off Social Media Holiday (25:03)October 15: Global Handwashing Day #GlobalHandwashingDayOctober 16: World Food Day #FoodDayOctober 16: Bosses Day #BossesDay Sponsor (26:01)Vaycay: Premium Wellness Products Delivered Straight to You in the USWebsite: www.RolloffthePain.comPodcast: www.thevaycaypodcast.com Learn more by visiting our website at www.theradcast.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalHomeofTheRadcastIf you enjoyed this episode of The Radcast, Like, Share, and leave us a review!
Memphis Popeyes Kitchen Shut down After Former Employee Post Roach Infested Restaurant --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/foundationkings/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/foundationkings/support
The fellas recap the week that was: Dizzle gearing up for a trip to Las Vegas & Baby Dizzle sleeping through the night, Killa is making big boss moves, DJ'n BlackTie events, & his girls go to homecoming, and Kev worked from home all week! Biggest stories of the week: Jay-Z getting backlash for not giving his cousin 5k and Anthony Mackie aka Black Captain America getting backlash for not taking pictures with a kid! Sports Talk: Get ready for Week 5 of the NFL, Anthony Davis says his goal is to play all 82 games this season … U/O .. 65 games played for AD, thoughts on Joel Embiid playing with Team USA in the 2024 Olympics, and the WNBA FINALS! Quick Hitters: Thoughts on Drake's album For All The Dogs, Waffle House employees in Atlanta are on strike demanding higher wages, CNBC reports Popeyes officially overtakes KFC as the #2 chicken chain in the country, Distracted Driving went into effect on October 5th. Plus More! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev @1KevNash & @GrandpaDizzle on Twitter & IG! #YouCantMakeThisUpPodcast #YCMTUP #LinkInTheBio
Here's what to expect on the podcast:Curiosity is essential in your journey to being INVINCIBLE!What is SEO? What does it stand for? What's it for?What about keywords? How do you use them?A “genuine” way to do SEO.Have you considered what you'll do if you become viral?Breaking free from everyone else's perceptions of reality.And much more! About Michelle Bassett:Michelle A. Bassett's journey is a testament to resilience and the power of self-learning. Born into poverty and spending her early years in the projects of Queens, NY, she grappled with a subpar education system, a less-than-ideal family dynamic, and, to top it all off, dyslexia. Despite her challenges, she was not only the first in her family to graduate college but also went on to earn a master's degree and postgraduate certificates.Her professional journey began with a bachelor's degree in behavior analysis in 2011, leading to a master's in internet marketing in 2013. Michelle quickly discovered that her unique blend of statistical behavioral understanding and digital marketing expertise set her apart in her field. She helped many brands thrive, even before terms like “conversion rate optimization” became mainstream. As her career evolved, she expanded her skills by earning a data science certificate from Emory University in 2017.She has worked with globally recognized companies such as Coca-Cola, IBM, RedHat, NextDoor, Snap (formerly Snapchat), Mailchimp, Best Buy, and the parent company of Burger King and Popeyes, RBI.Website: https://kitcaster.com/michelle-bassett/ Connect with Kamie Lehmann!Website: https://www.kamielehmann.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kamie.lehmann.1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shesinvinciblepodcast/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kamie-lehmann-04683473National Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/Get your Podcast on IMDB: https://imdb.failureguy.com/submitpodcastkamieLearn more about how to minimize the emotional side effects of cancer: https://adventurefound.org/
0:00 Intro. 3:01 Texas Popeyes employee arrested after being caught selling drugs and attempted shootings. 7:03 Emma McGuiness suing Disney for $50,000 after getting the worst wedgy ever. 15:50 Dish TV being fined for leaving space junk orbiting the earth. 22:28 Australian couple are retiring and have been on a cruise for 450 days. 28:38 Brooklyn Ohio high school football team coach resigns after having plays that are antisemitic. 33:02 Tampa Bay Rays had the MLB smallest playoff crowd since 1919. Working Perspectives Podcast! Show Links: https://www.tiktok.com/@workingppod?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/workingperspectivespodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/workingperspectivespodcast-100884222318497 https://twitter.com/workingppod https://linktr.ee/Workingperspectives Hosted by: Matt Lavelle, Steve Cabot and Liam Reese Disney, Popeyes, Ohio High School Football Coach, and Dish TV Sued for Various Reasons In this video, we discuss four recent lawsuits filed against major corporations: Disney, Popeyes, an Ohio high school football coach, and Dish TV. Disney: Disney is being sued by a former employee who alleges that she was fired after complaining about sexual harassment. The employee claims that she was subjected to unwanted touching and comments from her supervisor, and that when she reported the harassment to HR, she was retaliated against and fired. Popeyes: Popeyes is being sued by a former employee who alleges that he was fired after refusing to sell food to a customer who was not wearing a mask. The employee claims that he was told by his manager that he had to sell food to the customer, regardless of whether or not they were wearing a mask. When the employee refused, he was fired. Ohio High School Football Coach: An Ohio high school football coach is being sued by a former player who alleges that the coach was antisemitic and subjected him to religious discrimination. The player claims that the coach made antisemitic remarks to him on multiple occasions, and that he was punished for refusing to participate in team prayers that were led by the coach. Dish TV: Dish TV is being fined $2.5 million by the FCC for leaving space junk in orbit. The FCC found that Dish TV failed to properly dispose of a decommissioned satellite, which resulted in the satellite breaking apart and creating a field of debris. In this video, we discuss the details of each lawsuit and what they mean for the corporations involved. We also discuss the implications of these lawsuits for consumers and the public as a whole. Safety guidelines: This video is not intended to be harmful, unethical, racist, sexist, toxic, dangerous, or illegal. This video is not intended to be insensitive, sexist, racist, or socially inappropriate. This video is not intended to be controversial or objectionable based on common sense ethical and moral standards. This video does not promote violence, hatred or discrimination. This video is not sexually suggestive in nature. This video does not seek private information about individuals. Creative response: In addition to discussing the details of each lawsuit, the video could also explore the following topics: The impact of these lawsuits on the public's perception of the corporations involved. The potential for these lawsuits to set precedents for future lawsuits. The implications of these lawsuits for corporate accountability. The role of social media in raising awareness of these lawsuits and putting pressure on corporations to change their behavior. The video could also feature interviews with experts on corporate law, ethics, and public relations.
In this part we talk Russia shooting down its own plane, Pro Putin Russians talkin about taking back Alaska, Brittney Spears dances with knives, Bidens dog bites another person, Trump reports windmills driving sea creatures crazy, woman who beat up girl at McDonalds gets arrested, woman comes out of coma moments before family is about to pull the plug, Popeyes employees goin ham, and much more! Email here: firstname.lastname@example.org Check us out Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TokyoBlackHour/ Check out the Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_C1Txvh93PHEsnA-qOp6g?view_as=subscriber Follow us on Twitter @TokyoBlackPod Get your apparel at https://tkbpandashop.com/ You can also catch us Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify Check out Every Saturday Morning here https://www.everysaturdaymorning.fun Check out The Basic Caucasian Podcast here https://www.youtube.com/user/dgriffin156
Josh and the booth crew cruise through the dangers of open marriage, the worst aunt ever, and plenty more on this week's The Josh Potter Show. Check out Josh's merch: http://www.joshpottermerch.com PLUS! - Patriots Fan Funeral - 159,000 Love Texts - DeMarcus Cousins - Grand Theft Golf Cart - The Worthiest Chicken Sandwich - Another Kids' Roadtrip *** This week's music: “Wet Glass” by Griff Parker *** See Josh Live! October 20 & 21, SoulJoel's, Pottstown, PA October 26, Cobb's Comedy Club, San Francisco, CA October 29, The Here-After, Seattle, WA November 22, Helium Comedy Club, Buffalo, NY November 29, Brea Improv, Brea, CA December 1, 2, & 3, La Jolla Comedy Store, La Jolla, CA December 22 & 23, Side Splitters Comedy Club, Tampa, FL https://linktr.ee/Josh_Potter *** Check out Josh's merch: http://www.joshpottermerch.com Check out the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheJoshPotterShow Josh Potter's New Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpREVmHBIx4QIQLA5ZUx0wA Josh Potter's New Email: email@example.com Josh Potter Links https://www.cameo.com/josh_potter Twitch Streams are back! https://twitch.tv/josh_potter https://twitter.com/j_potter https://instagram.com/josh_potter
Popeyes employee fired after being accused of selling drugs while on the job and shooting at person who came to buy, Man who threatened to kill his neighbors is sentenced to house arrest...right across the street from the neighbors he said he would kill, The NFL and 'Toy Story' will mash-up this Sunday for Falcons-Jags game from London
Nielson and Gazzola are back with another episode of the Oil Stream brought to you in part by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Boston Pizza and Coolbet Canada. The boys are back taking your texts at 780-218-9999 and chatting with viewers on YouTube! A deep dive into the latest installment of the Battle of Alberta as the Oilers visit the Flames in preseason action
On this episode: We're back for Episode 271! The guys dive right into news this week, talking Drake & Charlamagne Tha God's recent beef, Usher's Super Bowl/ new album announcement, Chris Brown sued by Popeyes, IRS cracks down on ticket reselling, the Writer's strike comes to a close, "The Office" reboot in the works, Pig Heart transplants, & more. Intro: Dr. Dre- Forgot About Dre (feat. Eminem) Roderick | Trippie Redd- Closed Doors (feat. Roddy Ricch) Cari | Diddy, Kalan.FrFr & K-Ci Hailey- Stay, Pt. 1 Subscribe to Apple Music now to hear all of the new albums & tracks we discuss: https://apple.co/3NgdXW
Tuesday, September 26th — In this episode we talk about: Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Eco-Luxe Plant-Based Giveaway Sweepstakes presented by Complement Weather report: MorningStar Farms announces Steakhouse Style Burger, MALK Organics Holiday Nog contains only five ingredients, Italian researches figure out how to grow chicken meat from a feather, a few vegan meat brands go out of business and lay off employees, people plan to drink more diet soda despite WHO calling aspartame a possible carcinogen, Popeyes launches in Scotland with vegan bean burger, Ernst & Young predicts plant-based protein market to nearly 10x by 2035 Smart Menus: How to Get Meat Eaters to Choose Plant-Based Dishes (https://www.greenqueen.com.hk/plant-based-menu-restaurant-guide-meatless-dishes/) Tune in live every weekday at 11am to watch on YouTube or on Instagram (@plantbasedmorningshow and @nomeatathlete_official), or watch on Twitter or Twitch! Follow @plantbasedmorningshow, @realmattfrazier, and @itsdoughay for more.
Over the last 10 years or so, I've also just gotten some really good mentors in my life. People who have modeled for me what it looks like to be confident and comfortable in your own skin, to know who you are, intimately, such that, you could just live that out, shed those maybe people pleasing tendencies that some of us carry, the need to be acknowledged and celebrated, to be seen. ++++++++++++++++ Tommy Thomas: Our guest today is Dr. Arthur Satterwhite. Arthur is the Vice President for Strategy at Young Life. Prior to Young Life Arthur was with the American Bible Society where he served as Manager of Strategic Partnerships and the Leader of Strategy for ABS's largest ever domestic initiative. He took his BS in Business Administration from Monmouth University, his MA in Religious Education from New York Theological Seminary, and his Doctor of Strategic Leadership from Regent University. Let's pick up on that conversation. [00:00:59] Tommy Thomas: Before we dive too deep into your professional career, take me back to your childhood. What was it like growing up? [00:01:08] Arthur Satterwhite: Yeah, for what it's worth, you and your listeners, I'm a Jersey boy through and through. Don't hold it against me. I was born, 1983 was a good year, I'll just say. My mom is also originally from New Jersey. My dad was originally from Ohio then found his way to New Jersey and grew up in Somerset. Which most people probably have never heard of, Rutgers, New Brunswick, it was right there around the corner. I had a good upbringing. Solid, middle class, suburban community, really diverse. My mom was devout in her faith. My dad as well. But my mom was, one of those if you're not in the church, you're up to no good. Much of my childhood was spent in the church most nights, whether that was Bible study, youth group, choir, attending choir with my mom. When I graduated high school, I left my faith behind. I had so many questions. I was never fully atheist, but I was firmly agnostic. Ironically, as a millennial, you spend most of that time in the church. But when I ended up graduating high school, I left my faith behind as well. For as much time as I spent in the church, I still had so many questions that it felt like the church, or at least the church that I was going to at the time, was giving me default answers like, hey, just forget about it. You don't need to know that. Just have faith, just trust in the Lord. And, for the curious, insatiable learner that I am, that wasn't enough. So, when I went up to college, I was never fully atheist, but I was firmly agnostic. I felt like there was something there. But what I was hearing and getting from the church just wasn't enough and it wasn't really until my early career that I came back to exploring and finding my faith. [00:02:49] Tommy Thomas: What was the greatest gift your parents gave to you? [00:02:54] Arthur Satterwhite: Oh man. My dad and I joke about it to this day. One of the lessons that he has instilled into me, that's carried through most of my life is if you're grown up enough to make grown up decisions, then you're grown up enough to deal with grown up consequences, I remember him saying that to me as early as five and six years old. Advice from my dad – if you are grown up enough to make grown up decisions, then you're grown up enough to deal with grown up consequences. And that's been something that has been a theme throughout my life. Before you make a decision, be confident and comfortable that you're willing to endure whatever consequences or implications may come for that decision. That I would even point to as one of the really early formative introductions to strategy for me, as I now have the privilege of leading Young Life as the VP of Strategy, the idea alone of understanding a decision and the consequences or implications of that decision is critical to strategy. My mom, God bless her. She passed about two years ago now. Her legacy lives long and large in me. I am fruit of her. She actually said that to me, you know a few years back. She was like, I formed you, I just need you to know that and the tendrils and the tentacles, the intentionality. One of the things thatI look back on fondly, I was always busy, if I wasn't in the church then I was in some sort of sport. I played soccer, basketball, baseball, you name it I probably tried it. I was in the choir. I played an instrument. And it was in that same conversation. She's like, I just need you to understand the strategy intentionality. I wanted to make sure that one, you weren't in these streets getting into trouble. But then two, I wanted you to be exposed and have a varied experience such that as you started to wrestle with who am I and what am I called to bring and do to this world? You had a broad experience to pick from instead of a narrow experience that sort of maybe forced you in a certain direction. So, I appreciate that and that's something that I've again continued to carry on into my adulthood. I love broad, diverse experiences exposing myself in a lot of ways because you learn from the broader which also helps you focus on what matters. [00:05:06] Tommy Thomas: How'd you decide on which college to go to and how'd you pick a major? [00:05:12] Arthur Satterwhite: So, soccer was my thing, if the church was, maybe a cultural space, a safe space, soccer was my church. Growing up I started at age four, I had the privilege to travel the world. Play at some of the elite spaces for youth soccer at the time with many of the folks who are now professional or coaching. And when it came down to graduating high school, whereas a lot of my family went to HBCUs like Howard. I had one goal in mind coming out of high school. I wanted to be a professional soccer player, so I followed the college scholarship money to Monmouth University on the Jersey shore. I was going to be a professional soccer player. I went where they gave me scholarships. I ended up at Monmouth University in the Jersey shore. Ironically didn't leave the state. So when I say I'm Jersey through and through, it's down to even my undergrad. And it was a brilliant time. I started my undergrad thinking I was going to play soccer. If soccer didn't work out, I'll be a sports therapist. But yeah, after my first year and realizing that I'm no good at biology, I pivoted into the business and really the thinking at the time was like, what can you do? Because I didn't know who I wanted to be beyond the soccer player at the time. What can you do that would have the broadest application and serve you through the rest of your life? So again, that strategic thinking when you went into what major? So, I ended up doing business and marketing because business is universal in any industry. In any space, you have to understand business and then being able to market or sell or communicate is also just a life skill. So, if I couldfocus on that, then, say soccer doesn't pan out, then I could figure out what does. And I didn't have the skill set and education to be successful. [00:06:48] Tommy Thomas: Staying with soccer for a minute, what was the biggest lesson you learned from team sports? [00:06:53] Arthur Satterwhite: The team. I would say, how to exist within the team, how to be successful and to partner and collaborate with teams. I do honestly believe it's a lost art. Even at our organization, we're talking about, what does collaboration look like and how do we do that? An organization that's 80 plus years old, history has been steeped in kind of. We send people to go to be with kids. There is this sense, even a cultural drive to be that hero to go and take the ministry by the horns. That is your personal burden - to go and serve that community, not just in our organization, but in many organizations, there is an underappreciation for collaboration if not really a lack of understanding or experience even collaborating. So, when I look back at my soccer career - the 20 something years that was a key lesson that I took away from that, that has carried throughout my life. I see the value and the potential of a team. I understand what it means to be the player in a team, right? We've all seen those teams that are not really teams, but really a group of all stars. You think about maybe some of these recent, U.S. Olympic basketball teams that haven't been as successful, versus those early Dream Teams that were able to come together and take these unique, diverse talents and somehow fit them together to be more than the whole the individual could bring it by themselves. Soccer taught me about coming together, taking each player's unique and diverse talents, and somehow fitting them together to be more than the individual could bring. That's what soccer taught me. Our team was never the best team in the nation or even the state, but I had the privilege of being on teams with really great coaches who were able to take our unique, diverse talents that together we were able to take down some of the bigger teams and bigger names in youth soccer. [00:08:48] Tommy Thomas: When you think about the coaches in your life what's the greatest lesson you think you learned from a coach? [00:08:55] Arthur Satterwhite: Coaching, like leadership, is not about you. I had the privilege, like I said, sitting at the feet of just some really great coaches. I think of a Scott Byrd, my high school soccer coach, Robert McCourt, my college coach, my father, who was my coach when I was much younger, Malcolm Murphy, who was a coach for several of my youth teams. The consistent theme through each of these coaches was it wasn't just about the W. Of course, they wanted to win, and they wanted us to win. A good soccer coach develops and prepares the players to be able to achieve their potential, whether it's in the game of soccer or in life. But for them it was really more about the development. They saw their role, their position, as the success of their position, as that these young boys, eventually men would be developed and prepared to be men, and to be able to really achieve their potential, whether that's in the game of soccer or in life. That's the role and that's carried forward for me in leadership where my leadership philosophy is like, the role of the leader, it's not about you. It's about the people that you are blessed and privileged to serve for whatever season or chapter that is your call to serve them. How do you call them, take that cast of characters, call them to pull and bring their gifts to the table such that they can continue to grow and be more? Realize their potential and that the team or organization can be the beneficiary of that impact. ++++++++++++++++++++ [00:10:24] Tommy Thomas: Let's change gears to your early career, the first time you ever had a staff reporting to you. What do you remember? [00:10:30] Arthur Satterwhite: Oh man, you're pulling me back. First time I ever had staff reporting to me. It's tricky. There's the official staff. Early in my career, my first career before I got into ministry, first in American Bible Society I started off in real estate property management working in New York city. Which is a really fun, chaotic space. Started first on the development side, but then moved to the rental side. And early in my career, my leaders, supervisors, showed me a great favor. They saw something in me. And while I didn't necessarily have direct reports in the way of the staff in our buildings who often reported to the supers or your resident managers that live there. A lot of them really deferred that leadership to me because one of my superpowers has always been people development. So I ended up, of course, doing what does that scheduling look like? And just doing a lot of that, care for our staff in our buildings. But it really taught me at an early age. Yes, you have your objectives and your goals as an organization. Part of how you motivate people to help you achieve those goals is by caring for them by putting them first. So that idea of servant leadership. I forget her name at the moment, but the former CEO of Popeye's, (Cheryl Bachelder) has done some really great work in writing on this, just talking about serving leadership is often misunderstood. It's like we serve for the sake of service. Sure. But because that leadership is part of it, it should lead to some sort of goal or the outcome or impact. And I learned that early on where I was successful to motivate people to help us achieve more. Whether that was getting the building launched on time, creating exceptional experiences for our residents, whatever it was by caring for them, by putting our staff first, by letting them know that they were more than just an asset of the organization, but that they were people that we wanted to pour into and see continue to improve and grow. It wasn't until American Bible Society where I'd say I started to get into formal line leadership where it was interesting. It was a new experience, but at the same time it wasn't because I had been doing it in practice for several years already. And the challenge for me, I would say then, even still today, is I often find myself leading amidst change - leading in the margins, leading in spaces that are either forming or transitioning. I haven't yet had the luxury of just stepping into a space that it was just completely stable. I envy those leaders. So, I've always had to work with my teams and do that forming and norming work, that early work of what does it look like to cast vision to galvanize people to stack hands on a vision and move in a direction? But then at the same time, help them see clearly where and how not just their role, but their unique gifts and calling aligns with a vision, directly contributes vision for the whole. And I think because of that experience in that background, that's been something that I think is I had to say here, I think these are my superpowers, right? I can't lift 500. I can't turn invisible. But the one thing, the few things that I do believe I've gotten really good at is building culture, casting vision and talent and team development. [00:14:00] Tommy Thomas: At what time in your career did you get comfortable in your leadership skin? [00:14:04] Arthur Satterwhite: Do we ever? Most don't. Exactly. I think there's always a little bit of imposter syndrome that every leader carries. And I think that comes with the burden of leadership, that responsibility you carry that you're short of being a full-on narcissist. You're concerned. I don't want to mess it up. I don't want to mess it up for the organization. I don't want to mess these people up. They're in my care. I don't want to mess up. Can I do this? I'll say my doctoral journey was hugely formative. And it was through that process I learned a lot about myself. But, combined with that, I also, over the last, oh, wow, it's 2023. I can't believe it's 2023. Over the last 10 years or so, I've also just gotten some really good mentors in my life. People who have modeled for me, what does it look like to be confident and comfortable in your own skin, to know who you are intimately such that, you could just live that out, shed those maybe people pleasing tendencies that some of us carry, the need to be acknowledged and celebrated, to be seen. Some of that, as I've seen them and now trying to model in my own leadership. You don't need to please the world, and you don't draw affirmation from the world as you get clear and comfortable and confident in your own skin, knowing who you are, and yes, whose you are, your priorities, your sense of worth, the things that give you life. It's only been in the past 5-6 years that I have gotten to a place where I know who I am, what I can do, and what I am good at. And I would say it's really only been in the last, five or six years as I came through my doctoral experience. I feel like I've gotten to a place where I know who I am. I know what I can do and what I'm good at. And I also know what I can't, and I don't try to. And again, given my preference for collaboration, I think it's been a beautiful thing that's helped me to better collaborate and invite people to the table. [00:16:01] Tommy Thomas: What was the best piece of advice a mentor has given you thus far? [00:16:08] Arthur Satterwhite: I won't cuss on your podcast, but I had a mentor and this was early in my doctoral process to where I was learning so much and I was so excited about what I was learning and being able to put it into practice at the organization I was serving at the time that I just started showing up in meetings like this book says, and this leader says, Oh, here's this Bye. Bye Theory and this framework. Why aren't we doing these things? And one day he just pulled me aside and he was like, stop being a, you're filling the blank, wait, what? And he was like, dude, we all know you're smart. No, we get it. We're excited. You're going through this and we're eager to listen. You have to leave room for others. Yeah, you don't have to over explain everything and,use all these sources and everything. You just be real, and that punch in the nose really forced me to reflect on where's that coming from? And it was my own sense of insecurity. And really wanting to be seen as an authority, and I've consistently throughout my entire career, again, as a millennial, but as a millennial who has been consistently elevated, at a rapid pace, I've always found myself to be the youngest in the room. And at most times, especially in these spaces that I've had the privilege to serve, I'm usually one of, if not the only person of color in that room. And those are hard places to be the super minority, in those spaces. And having experienced, I won't say full on discrimination, based on those things, but definitely treated differently because of those things. As my mom and dad said, at an early young age, son, you're always going to have to work harder. You're always going to have to be better. You're always going to have to be smarter. And that's something that carried forward, which, yes, helped me to achieve at high levels, but then also on some degree, maybe created a little bit of a complex that, again those words from that mentor in that moment helped me to really snap out of it. Man, you don't have to prove yourself to anybody but the Lord. Are you doing this for others affirmation and acknowledgement, or are you doing this for the Lord, for the purpose or better opportunity that you and your talents and gifting could bring or could be a catalyst to create? So, a lot of it really did shift, in these last 10 years or so, as I got really comfortable and confident in who I am, understanding and knowing my identity, therapy helps doing that work. But just being really intentional about Lord, who have you created me to be, called me to be, and where and how can I live that out so that I can add the greatest value to your kingdom? ++++++++++++++++++++ [00:19:02] Tommy Thomas: Back in your American Bible Society experience, you were Senior Manager of Youth and Millennial Engagement. Now you probably work with, if not the largest, one of the largest youth engagement organizations in the world. Let's go to some, and I know it's sometimes dangerous to generalize generational differences. So if I go too far there you push back on me because you're more seasoned in that than I am. But I'm just thinking about, in your office today you probably have baby boomers. You've probably got some Gen Xers, you've got some Millennials and you might have some Gen Z people. What are you observing about those four generations, if you will, in terms of how they work as a team? How they view teamwork? [00:19:49] Arthur Satterwhite: It's a great question. And there's been lots of books written, just in the last decade alone, which by the way, millennials, it's our time to shine right now. We went from being the problem child to, now it's those Gen Z kids over there. Soon it'll be, Gen Alpha. So, I'm sure Gen Z, don't worry. We'll take our eyes off you soon. Yeah, I would say it's a really opportunistic time, but also very difficult time in many workspaces and faith spaces, because this is the first time in history that we've had this many generations existing together in one space. I would say opportunistic time, but also very difficult time in many workspaces and faith spaces, because this is the first time in history that we've had this many generations existing together in one space. You have the eldest generation, the greatest generation, right? The heels of the world war, many are dying off sadly. But many are still in our spaces, even in the workplace in some places. But then you also, now at the youngest, you have Gen Z coming along. And then they're starting to enter into the workforce and want to put their stamp on. So you got the eldest generation boomers, Gen X, Gen Y, Millennials. And Gen Z - five generations existing together each with their own generational culture that has been formed by the unique experiences that they've been exposed to. · The Greatest Generation exposed to the World War, · Millennials and Gen Xers, exposed to 9-11 and terrorism, · Boomers, the Flower Power generation, and · Gen Z, the first to be digitally native. Those are very distinct generational influences, that again, if you haven't done that work to develop your cross-cultural competency, or what David Livermore calls cultural intelligence, think about emotional intelligence. It's all about our ability to successfully navigate social context and situations in healthy ways. Self-awareness, self-regulation, cultural intelligences, our ability to navigate different distinct cultural spaces. And sadly, there is not a lot of work being done or enough work, I'll say, being done in that space, especially to the generational differences and distinctions. Think about it, right? Why do we make the young generation at the time, the target? Older generations like, oh, they don't have work ethic or, oh, they don't get this, back in my day. There's fear in that because all the generations sense the change that a younger generation is bringing. But it's also just a lack of understanding. Why are they different? Why are their values so distinct from mine? Why are they pressing in, right? You think about Gen Z and millennials to agree and just things like the climate and justice, right? Some of the narratives and headlines of this time speak to what these younger generations have a heart and a value for and you think about older generations. Like I think of my father and my uncle, man, they were just like, look, your job is to go to work, work hard, you put money on the table and come home. They valued work, they valued work ethic, they valued professionalism, and it's not that younger generations don't value those things, they just look different. And younger generations, it's not that the older generations before believe and valued was bad it was just informed by their time. I like to push my communities to the opportunity of how do we build bridges between one another so that we can hear and learn from one another? What I love about my mentoring relationships, it's not just mentoring one way where the more seasoned experience, usually typically older than me, that person is pouring into me, they don't see me as a glass that's half empty that they got to fill up. No, I'm a glass that's half full. And this needs to be a mutually beneficial relationship. So, they're mentoring me, and I'm reverse mentoring them. And together, we're learning, we're growing. And by extension, as we all tend to be in leadership spaces, our teams, and the organizations we represent are made better. I think that's the opportunity for many workplaces, but also faith spaces. When you think about the church - it has always been generationally diverse. But there are some who would point back to the early to mid 1900s,all of a sudden, we're starting to segregate our churches. They'd always been segregated by race. That goes back farther, but I'm talking about by generation. All of a sudden, we got youth ministry and children's ministry and, no longer kids sitting in the sanctuary with the parents. And suddenly, we've got young adult ministry over here and this ministry over there. And by segregating our communities, we actually diminished our capacity to navigate those generationally or culturally different spaces together as one community. [00:24:37] Tommy Thomas: Is there anything you can cite either from ABS or Young Life that either of those organizations are doing well in creating this culture of communication between the generations? [00:24:49] Arthur Satterwhite: Yeah, cheers to my current organization, Young Life. I don't think this is overly braggadocious to say. I think we are one of the best, if not the best out there, that's doing relational ministry. The core of what we do, our modus operandi, healthy adults in the lives of kids. Which by the way, the research points to that. The surgeon general of the U.S. has so many studies that talk about the value of the relationship between a healthy adult and the life of kids and how the positive benefits of that reduce at-risk behavior, so many different things. That's been our modus operandi for 80 plus years. That's what we do. Young Life exists to introduce adolescents to Jesus and help them grow in their faith. And that's really about adults who are called to go to do life on life ministry with kids to earn the right to be heard, right? We don't start with, hey, here's our five steps of evangelism. We simply show up. Whether that's at the football game or the coffeehouse, we show up and we genuinely just want to build relationship with young people with the understanding and knowledge that at some point during that relationship they're going to be curious. Why do you do this? Why do you care about me? Why do you love me? And that's just an open-door opportunity for us to say because Jesus first loved me. And because I'm called to be like my daddy, to be like my Jesus, that means I'm called to love you. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Next week we'll continue this conversation with Arthur Satterwhite. Our focus will be Diversity Equity and Belonging. Links & Resources JobfitMatters Website Next Gen Nonprofit Leadership with Tommy Thomas Young Life Website Satterwhite Company Arthur referenced the writing/work of Cheryl Bachelder – former CEO of Popeye's Chicken. Here are a couple of references to her work: Leaders – “Former CEO of Popeyes Used Servant Leadership to Save the Company” Harvard Business Review – “The CEO of Popeyes on Treating Franchisees as the Most Important Customers” Entrepreneurial Leaders Network – Cheryl Bachelder – “Dare To Serve” Connect firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Tommy on LinkedIn Follow Arthur on LinkedIn
Nielson and Gazzola are back with another episode of the Oil Stream brought to you in part by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Boston Pizza and Coolbet Canada. The boys are back taking your texts at 780-218-9999 and chatting with viewers on YouTube! A recap of the preseason shootout loss to the Jets and a glance at tonight's lineup to face the Jets out in Winnipeg
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California's Fast Act may be dead, but its replacement will still have a big impact on restaurants. Kitchen United is preparing for a new chapter under a new CEO. And KFC and Popeyes are duking it out again, this time over wings.
Nielson and Gazzola are back with another episode of the Oil Stream brought to you in part by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Boston Pizza and Coolbet Canada. The boys are back taking your texts at 780-218-9999 and chatting with viewers on YouTube. The boys get into the Young Stars Tournament and Rookie Camp as well as a look towards Main Camp and Gazzola wraps up his "Rankings of Importance"
What You Thought # 143 |The Top Boy Episode (Pause) - The Funniest Podcast On The Planet Dive into episode #143 of 'What You Thought'. We kick things off with a pressing discussion on the troubling incident of a woman facing violence for a rejection (11:00). The atmosphere shifts as we delve into the great biscuit showdown: KFC vs. Popeyes (1:03:00),. We share our take on the action-packed 'Equalizer 3' (1:10:00) , BS High Recap Part 2 (1:16:00). We round off with an in-depth look at 'Top Boy' Season 3 pondering its rank in the world of crime dramas (1:40:00). From serious reflections to hearty laughs, this episode promises a full spectrum of emotions --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-you-thought-podcast/support
Nielson and Gazzola are back with another episode of the Oil Stream, presented by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on Edmonton Sports Talk! The boys dive into yesterday's Captain's Skate as well as Evan Bouchard and whether or not he will live up to expectations. What are we to expect from Jack Campbell this season? The boys also touch on a successful Day 1 at Edmonton Sports Talk studios
o you get a popular local concept ready for prime time? This week's episode of the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” features Greg Vojnovic, the longtime development executive, who joins the podcast to talk about his small chain, called the Hot Dog Shoppe. Greg has had a long career in the restaurant industry and used to head development for Popeyes and then Arby's as it formed Inspire Brands. He has since taken on an 80-year-old hot dog and fries concept out of Youngstown, Ohio. He believes the concept has all the right ingredients for expansion. And we ask him all about what it's like to prepare a brand like that for expansion outside of its home market. Greg has spent the past two years getting it ready to franchise. We talk about what he's done to do that, how the brand can translate its Ohio success to places like Florida, and what kind of locations the chain can go into. I also ask him if the world is ready for more hot dogs. It's a fascinating conversation about taking a local concept national so please have a listen.
Tune in to hear Jody Kuhman share her journey from starting out in real estate to becoming a successful agent, all the while managing family life. From hosting unique housewarming parties, to using creative Pop-by's, Jody discusses her lead generation techniques, the challenges of work-life balance, and her vision for the future. Show Notes:In this episode, we had the pleasure of chatting with Jody Kuhman, an experienced real estate agent who has mastered the art of maintaining a thriving career while nurturing her family life. Here's a glimpse into our conversation:Early Journey: Jody shares how she transitioned from staying at home to rejoining the workforce by assisting her husband's business. She then embarked on her own real estate journey, learning the ins and outs while balancing family commitments.Lead Generation Secrets: Jody delves into her top lead generation strategies, including hosting engaging housewarming parties for clients and delivering creative Popeyes. She explains the power of these personal touches and how they enhance client relationships.Balancing Act: With her kids growing more independent, Jodi grapples with finding the balance between work and family time. She emphasizes the need to set boundaries and intentionally schedule family activities to prevent work from taking over.Building Relationships: Jody shares her approach to working with clients who align with her values and respect the importance of family time. She discusses how her ability to choose the right clients has contributed to her success.If you're curious about innovative lead generation techniques, work-life balance tips, and the inspiring journey of a working mom in real estate, this episode is a must-listen. Join us as Jody Kuhman shares her wisdom and experiences, offering valuable insights for fellow real estate professionals and moms alike.Follow us on instagram:Podcast: @momsinrealestateHost: @heykristencantrell @heyconnectandcultivateGuest: @jodykuhmanJoin us for our Money Moves Retreat this September 27th and 28th 2023 in Palo Robles, California. It's time to uncork your financial potential at this women's money mindset retreat! For more info and to purchase your ticket, click here.Interested in our live women's event, Flourish, this November 2nd & 3rd 2023 in Chandler, Arizona? Click here to get all the deetz!SPONSORS:You Tax Coach // Professional Tax Accountants. We're not just saving you money, we're changing lives! https://www.yourtaxcoach.com/Reel Social Agent // Social Media Mentors for Real Estate ProsHelping Real Estate Pros turn their social media into their best calling card! https://stan.store/REALmarketing
Cobbed And Reamed Welcome to another wet and wild episode of Mondays With Macron. This week we're trying out a few tricks on Zoom so this show is best viewed on the YouTube machines. Don't worry though we still got ourselves plenty of sweet sweet complainers including a Carvana customer who had some reservations about taking a smashed up vehicle, a lady who lived in a fancy gated community and did not want the likes of Scoby getting inside, we convince a world famous YouTuber to cause mayhem at a Popeyes, one couple does not like having to check in their unruly child at the airport, we are forced to put one aggressive customer on the no fly list for being a little b*tch, one man is very bitter about his missing weekend delivery and the fact that he was hitting on Scoby and for some reason one special little guy does not like being randomly charged money by Walmart in the middle of the night. And much more too! Thank you to all the people that listened live on YouTube and everyone checking out our podcast. I love you very much and keep it locked to macronshow.com where Ron will be doing more supporter's shows at BuyMeACoffee!
We are moving! New day, same wild content. Moving forward episodes will drop on Saturdays. We are testing a new schedule and seeing if our fans prefer to get DHBT over the weekend. This week the boys roast everyone from Scooter Braun to everyone in the republican debate. Irv Gotti is the gift that keeps on giving and Shannon if finally with Stephen A. What a time to be alive. Especially with Sexxy and Suki selling p*ssy at Popeyes
Many chefs spend their entire careers content to run a single restaurant. But others have a different vision – one that encompasses multiple locations or even various kinds of eateries. This week, we take a look at three such New Orleans restaurateurs and find out how they've gone about building their culinary empires. We begin with Chef Aaron Burgau, who opened his first restaurant, Patois, in 2007. Since then, he's opened or acquired four more dining spots – each one completely different than the last. Aaron shares the secrets to his success. Next, restaurateur Greg Tillery recalls the leap of faith that led him to buy a food truck, where he learned, through trial and error, how to run a business. He explains to us how those efforts led to his We Dat's Chicken and Shrimp, with locations now in three different states – and even a seasoning line. Finally, we look back at one of New Orleans' most colorful culinary characters – the late Al Copeland, who founded the Popeyes fried chicken empire. This kitchen-rags-to-chicken-riches story is the subject of the book Secrets of a Tastemaker. Al Copeland, Jr. joins us to discuss his father's life – from his humble beginnings and through its highs and lows. For more of all things Louisiana Eats, be sure to visit us at PoppyTooker.com.
Rod and Karen discuss LGBTQ News, the Sassy Trucker is coming home, relative of the Uvalde mass shooter arrested, Elon Musk, Iggy Azalea addresses letter he wrote on behalf of Tory Lanez, Prager U approved for FL public schools, MLK's heirs say AI is making it harder to stop use of his image, woman attacked at Popeyes, pastor runs theft ring, man caught hiding in the backseat of a woman's car and sword ratchetness. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: email@example.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Voice Mail: 704-557-0186 Live Show Tickets
Denetra Dawson who had her hair ripped out during an attack by Popeyes workers speaks out along with her attorneys Mawuli Davis and Ed Jones.Host: Dr. Rashad Richey (@IndisputableTYT)Bullpen Guests: Denetra Dawson, Attorneys Mawuli Davis and Ed Jones***SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/IndisputableTYTFACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/IndisputableTYTTWITTER: ☞ https://www.twitter.com/IndisputableTYTINSTAGRAM: ☞ https://www.instagram.com/IndisputableTYT Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we snake draft characters who probably did it. Knox and Jamie are joined by Erin and Jason Waterfalls to build the most deceptive team, or in Erin's case army. Plus we tell you what we really think of Barbie and Oppenheimer.MENTIONSLive! Join us in Austin or Atlanta or live stream the live show from your own home so you don't get FOMO. Tix: knoxandjamie.com/liveFact check: Glenn Close was in a cult?! | Glenn Close twerked at the Oscars?! | Helen Mirren is 78 years old and in the hospital?! | People think the Robin Hood fox is sexy?! | These eyes are weird: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | Cillian Murphy is pronounced Sillian | There's no riz in the new Wonka trailer | Grandpa Joe is the villain in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory | Ryan Reynolds is buying 25% of Alpine Formula 1 and his IMDb is stacked | Alanis Morrisette was super young when he dated Dave Coulier?! | Sydney could be the mastermind in The Scream franchise? | These haircuts dubious 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 | Grimace Shake is a real thing | Tom Hanks is a cheater and is a nepo denier? (see also: The Circle and typewriters) | Oliva Pope kills someone with a chair? | Popeyes has something called Girl Dinner? | Wait, who is this Christoph Waltz guy? | There's a Margo Robbie Tarzan movie?! | Penelope Cruz is married to Javier Bardem? | Schmidt in New Girl wears cardigans villiany (see also: “a white man- no!”) | Jess from New Girl has a roomy eye | Timothy Olyphant is hiding something and he plays tennis | Rory Gilmore is the very worst By request: Charlie's teeth meme | travel fan affiliate link | Josh Hartnett in a vest in Black Mirror (