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Jumpstart Sessions for your Videography Business
It's okay to take a break - Prioritizing mental health - Peaceful Motivation

Jumpstart Sessions for your Videography Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 12:38


YOUR DAILY JUMPSTART Taking breaks allows your brain and body to get the necessary recharge it needs to keep going,” Keeping up the grind may seem fruitful, but it can negatively impact your long-term performance and mental health. If you're feeling distraught or scatterbrained, spend your break engaging in mood-boosting activities. increase your mental sharpness for better memory, focus, understanding, and concentration. ➡️When you're ready....ways I can HELP YOU! http://takemia.com http://themindmechanic.net http://mindtuneuptimelive.com

Biohacking with Brittany
98. Why 85% Of People Don't Feel Healthy with Faraaz Jamal of Mikra

Biohacking with Brittany

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 50:49


Faraaz Jamal, the CEO of Mikra, joins me as we talk about using cutting-edge supplements to increase healthspan. CELLF, the first product by Mikra, is a novel cellular therapeutic compound that targets consumers who are beginning to notice their biological age is affecting their everyday performance. We talk about preventative medicine, increasing your healthspan versus lifespan, longevity, and much more. We talk about:  11:00 - Faraaz's journey in developing Mikra 16:00 - Getting toxins out of your body and chemo-brain 18:00 - Preventative medicine 20:30 - Defining healthspan vs. lifespan vs. longevity 25:00 - Our health is degrading over time 28:00 - Feeling your best no matter what your age 30:00 - The ingredients in Mikra and their benefits 34:00 - What supplements and nutraceuticals work and what don't 37:00 - Role of supplements in our healthspan vs. diet and lifestyle practices 39:00 - Typical benefits you get when you take CellF supplements 44:00 - Prioritizing function over form in supplements   Resources: You can find CellF and Faraaz Jamal on Mikra     Let's Connect: Instagram Facebook Subscribe to my newsletter Shop my favorite health products Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Sponsors:  Get 20% off InsideTracker plans, including testing your biological age, with my code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY.

We're Only Human
Prioritizing Skills to Drive Talent Agility at H.B. Fuller

We're Only Human

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:02


"How can you build things that are as small as they can be so that you can plug and play and you can pivot and change? The way that I think about manifesting that in talent programs is thinking about more of a skills culture. If we have the skill of adapting and coping, for example, and we know that's a critical element in a lot of areas of our organization. Let's go ahead and build programs around building that skill up, then we can quickly pivot and change as the organization's needs change." Becky Layana, Global Talent Program Manager, H.B. Fuller We're Only Human -- Episode 141 In today's dynamic workplace, employers need to think about how they can create high-impact talent programs that deliver results like engagement, performance, and retention. At H.B. Fuller, this is a top priority. In today's discussion, Ben and Becky Layana, Global Talent Program Manager at H.B. Fuller, examine how the company prioritizes talent, what that means from a culture and values perspective, and how it opens up opportunities to get the best from people while still supporting the business.  Most importantly, listen to this episode and how much importance is placed on talent management as a business process/practice, not just a siloed HR activity. There are some excellent takeaways on that front.    Show Notes Connect with Becky on LinkedIn Thank you to the team at SHL for making this connection for us! See the show archives and learn more about how to listen to We're Only Human on your favorite music and podcast apps

Artemis
PART 8: Conservation Life Vs. Career Life with Phoebe Stoner

Artemis

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 50:57


Phoebe Stoner has done advocacy a number of different ways: She's worked at non-profits, embedded in the field, and she's also sometimes separated her conservation-life from her professional life. Advocacy doesn't have to be a full-time job for you to make a difference. Stoner is currently on the board of the Northwest Steelheaders, a panel her board colleagues joke errs on the side of male, pale and stale. So... how do you fix that?    2:00 Artemis Podcast – April 22,2021: Saying 'Yes' to Serving on a Board with Phoebe Stoner 7:00 From volunteering to advocacy as a professional life, and back to a side hustle again 11:00 Prioritizing your battles: You can't win them all, so choose where to devote your energies wisely 12:00 Sometimes the most invigorating thing for your conservation/advocacy life is to detach it from your career 13:00 "If you can't advocate for yourself, how can you advocate for anyone or anything else?" 15:00 Conservation is not a sprint, and it's important not to take on the burden of success or failure 16:00 Count your small victories and celebrate them 18:00 Keeping your focus on the long game versus existing in reaction mode 20:00 Sometimes imposter thoughts just don't go away 21:00 Storytelling as a communication strategy 23:00 Northwest Steelheaders, NWF affiliate in Oregon  26:00 Data versus story-driven advocacy; Each has a place 32:00 "The culture in hunting revolves around storytelling... it's the #1 thing people do." 34:00 Storytelling = let's get vulnerable  37:00 Storytelling School with the Moth: How to tell a good story 43:00 Knowing when your group skews male/pale/stale... how do we get more people involved? 48:00 Recruiting would-be leaders into the pipeline is hard work; It takes foresight and planning to help someone step into a bigger role

Don't Sweat The Small Stuff - Live The Big Stuff
3 Things You Can Do Today to Care for Your Soul

Don't Sweat The Small Stuff - Live The Big Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 16:17


Prioritizing our spiritual well-being helps us stay happy, healthy, and vibrant even in the face of adversity. Whether you'll implement these daily or you commit to them once a month, make it a priority to add these 3 spiritual self-care action items to your routine.

Muscles and Management
Episode #197 Prioritizing Speed Training, Upper Body Training for Throwers and Improving Specific Aspects of Your Sprint

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 49:15


In this episode, Gerry is back to answer your questions and discuss a litany of topics in strength and conditioning.To start, Gerry and Mike talk about the infamous Aaron Donald video and how a retort video about Patrick Mahomes has been blowing up on social media when it comes to quality strength and speed training.From there, the conversation turns to various topics like prioritizing speed training in strength and conditioning programs and where many schools and organizations are missing the mark when it comes to this.Then, things finish up with a conversation on training for throwers and why you might not be seeing improvement in your 40-yard dash. All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Episode Timestamps2:45 - Revisiting the Patrick Mahomes Video12:15 - Nick Chubb17:50 - Dealing with Criticism from Others When Starting25:45 - When Should You Sprint?29:20 - Working with D1 Qb35:40 - Bar Speed and Tools to Use38:00 - Recovery Programing42:15 - Texas Tech Hip Mobility VideoSupport the show

Union Strong - New York State AFL-CIO
Episode 85: Prioritizing Buy American Rock Salt

Union Strong - New York State AFL-CIO

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 13:52


The concept of Buy American is simple: Our tax dollars should be used to create jobs and advance production here at home. On the latest episode of the Union Strong podcast, we discuss the importance of prioritizing Buy American legislation and in particular, Buy American Rock Salt. Our guest, Dave Wasiura, Assistant to the Director for the United Steelworkers, District 4 explains what the legislation would do and its impact on the New York State economy.

Positively Anti-Inflammatory
Prioritizing Your Health

Positively Anti-Inflammatory

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 14:01


073. Do you find yourself ignoring or making excuses to avoid addressing health issues? With everything going on in life, paying attention to our health often gets pushed to the bottom of the list. In today's episode I talk about the importance of prioritizing your health and what happens when you do. I recommend journal prompts to help give you clarity on the how and why of prioritizing your health.Work with Alyssawww.thewellnessheadquarters.com

Cancer Actually F***ing Sucks
Season 2, Episode 6: Christina Bowers - Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Survivor & Prioritizing Self Care

Cancer Actually F***ing Sucks

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 63:46


This week's guest is Christina Bowers! Christina was diagnosed with Leukemia at 11 years old, and is now 33 and cancer free! Christina talks us through her symptoms when she first felt something wasn't right in her body, how her parents and older sister supported her as a young kid going through cancer, having to switch schools while going through treatment and how it was really difficult to open up to other kids. She also opens up about being really self conscious as a young pre-teenage girl going through cancer and not having hair and how her mental health was affected by that. Christina talks about how now as an adult she's beginning to process things and has become more in touch with her body, how she has noticed certain things trigger anxiety like alcohol, and her journey moving through and coping with all of it now 20 years later. Now Christina prioritizes self care as much as she can, and explains how having a routine is super helpful for her mental health. In her early 20s she also started getting into yoga and eating cleaner, and explains how these practices has impacted her mental, emotional and physical health for the better. You can follow Christina on Instagram @tinivessel, and keep up with us and our guests on our Instagram and Facebook @canceractuallysuckspod. You can follow Maddy @cancersurvivor_nutritioncoach and Shannon @shancury

The Brand is Female
Kate Milne | Founder and Principal Consultant, Cardea Health Consulting | Prioritizing Healthy Aging

The Brand is Female

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:41


This week, on the podcast, Eva Hartling speaks with Kate Milne, a Specialist in Healthy Aging and Workplace Wellbeing as well as a women's health-in-aging researcher. Her company, Cardea Health Consulting, is a health promotion firm focused on a lifespan approach to health. Kate specializes in helping clients to support, retain, and recruit midlife and older team members by using an age-friendly and equity lens in wellbeing programs.……….. This season of our podcast is brought to you by @td_canada Women in Enterprise. TD is proud to support women entrepreneurs and help them achieve success and growth through its program of educational workshops, financing and mentorship opportunities! Find out how you can benefit from their support! Visit: TBIF: thebrandisfemale.com // TD Women in Enterprise: td.com/ca/en/business-banking/small-business/women-in-business // Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/thebrandisfemale

Productivity Straight Talk - Time Management, Productivity and Business Growth Tips
241 | Normalizing Mental Health Conversations With Jessica Rodriguez

Productivity Straight Talk - Time Management, Productivity and Business Growth Tips

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 67:19


I sit down with my friend and owner of Freedom Driven Success, business strategist Jessica Rodriguez, to have an honest conversation about navigating the intersection between mental health and entrepreneurship. We discuss how we identified that we struggle with different aspects of mental health and what our journeys have looked like as we created businesses that support our healing. What You'll Discover In This Episode: ✔ How Jessica Discovered She Created A Business That Felt Like A Prison ✔ My Challenge With Mental Health & How I Navigate It ✔ The Ridiculous Thing I Said At My First Therapy Session ✔ How Jessica Balances Her Pursuit Joy & Happiness With Being Successful ✔ What Your Business Could Look Like If You Don't Address Your Mental Health ✔ Why It's Ultra Important To Prioritize Your Mental Health ✔ So Much More! To access resources and links from this episode, click on https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/241. P.S. Grab your spot in Leverage Lab® to get business coaching, training, and accountability to take your business and life from surviving to thriving => https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/LeverageLab

21st Century HR
Prioritizing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the New World of Work with Siemens USA Head of DEI Nichelle Grant

21st Century HR

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 32:49


In this episode of Redefining HR, I'm excited to be joined by Nichelle Grant, head of diversity, equity and inclusion at Siemens USA. Nichelle and I are sitting down to talk about her career path through Siemens to her current role, how she thinks about prioritizing DEI in remote and hybrid environments, and why it's essential to spread your DEI efforts throughout the supply chain.

Passive Income through Multifamily Real Estate
Episode #242: Leveraging the Expertise of Others for Greater Success with Diana Lin

Passive Income through Multifamily Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 32:18


You've probably heard that the three most important things in real estate are location, location, location, but today's guest believes that successful deals are more often about the people you invest with than anything else! Today, Peter Pomeroy speaks with architect and multifamily investor, Diana Lin, who focuses on acquisitions, strategic direction, and asset management at Navi Ventures. She is also an AIA Licensed architect with over 10 years of experience as a Project Manager and Project Architect in New York, Texas, and China. In her career as an architect, Diana designed and managed large-scale, award-winning buildings in office, multifamily, hospitality, and retail properties. In today's episode, she sheds some light on her journey as a multifamily investor. From why she suggests joining a mentorship group to the benefits of prioritizing effective communication, Diana has some valuable insights to share, including her belief that it's the people you partner with that make all the difference. Ultimately, she maintains that you can't do it by yourself; you have to leverage the expertise of others to help you be successful! Tune in today to learn more in this thought-provoking conversation with Diana Lin!Key Points From This Episode:Insight into Diana's background and career trajectory from architecture to real estate.Why Diana and her husband started in multifamily and how they educated themselves and built up a network by joining a mentorship group.Finding her first investment; why Diana encourages listeners to attend multifamily meetups.Lessons she has learned about underwriting since doing due diligence on that first deal.Why successful deals are more about the people you invest with than the numbers.Advice for getting a sense of a deal sponsor prior to investing with them: ask around!Prioritizing effective communication as well as expected returns to mitigate uncertainty.Learn more about Navi Ventures and its focus.Their latest deal in Glendale, Arizona, and how Vertical Street Ventures contributed to it.The motivations behind doing a 506-B and Diana's findings at the end of the process.How Navi Ventures leverages Diana and her husband's backgrounds to attract investors.Diana shares her goals for Navi Ventures for the next 12 months and the next five years.What financial freedom means to Diana: more time with her family.How building relationships with good partners will take Navi Ventures to the next level.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Diana Lin on LinkedInDiana Lin EmailNavi Ventures Vertical Street VenturesVertical Street Ventures AcademyPassive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate Facebook GroupPeter Pomeroy on LinkedInNorth Light GrowthVertical Street Ventures National Conference 2022 

Modern Day Marketer
Organizing around board meetings and how to sort through stakeholder feedback

Modern Day Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:42


After a recent board meeting, Jonathan sorts through feedback from stakeholders and explains how he plans and organizes for these important meetings. Jonathan tells Brett that that receiving, filtering, and incorporating feedback is an essential part of being a CEO. It's not always easy, but a great leader makes their team feel heard and is able to clearly communicate priorities. 0:00 Intro 0:54 Conversation with JG 2:42 Board meeting 5:40 Managing and filtering feedback 8:56 Prioritizing feedback 12:00 Communicating 16:11 Exploring ideas that aren't action items 17:42 Fundraising 20:45 Communicating back to team 23:10 Outro Join the Creator Pages waitlistJoin The JuiceSign up for The Blend (weekly newsletter from The Juice)Follow The Juice:| Website | Blog | Twitter | LinkedInFollow Jonathan:| Twitter | LinkedInFollow Brett:| Twitter | LinkedIn  

Designed for the Creative Mind
61. Find Your Rhythm and Control Your Calendar with Kristen Van Horn

Designed for the Creative Mind

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:37


Do you ever feel there's just not enough time in the day to get everything done? We all do. That is why time management is so important. Prioritizing your tasks and finding pockets of time to get them done is the key to success.   Today I am chatting with Kristen Van Horn, a time management coach for moms in business. Her mission is to help women prioritize their time and tasks so they can focus on the things that are most important to them in their life and business. In this episode, Kristen and I talk about the things that suck so much time from our day. She also shares some helpful tips you can implement today and get things crossed off our to-do lists.   Learn more about Kristen at kristenvanhorn.com and follow her on Instagram @kristenvanhorn_     Thank you to our sponsors for their support!  Satanoff Insurance is focused on client connections and customized coverage … Be sure to tell them we sent you!  Foyr Interior Design Software helps you create 3D floor plans & Interior Designs … Check them out!  To stay in touch with Michelle, please follow her on Instagram and join our Free Facebook Community!   Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show?  Email me!

The LeaderLab powered by LifeLabs Learning
Grow Kind: Prioritizing Purposefully

The LeaderLab powered by LifeLabs Learning

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 11:52


Is your company intentionally and accurately prioritizing the needs of the business? The LeaderLab invites Robyn Long, LifeLabs Learning's Chief of Staff and Business Operations Strategist, to share one of her favorite calibration tools with our listeners: the Business Priority Score (BPS) system. Robyn and Vanessa discuss how this tool helps companies grow sustainably as they scale by clarifying company-wide goals and taking action on the highest-priority projects first.   Want to help your organization grow kind? Get in touch with us to find out which learning experiences are right for your team. [Music by Blue Dot Sessions]

Weddings from the Pros
77: Prioritizing and Planning with Katie and Kurtis

Weddings from the Pros

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 31:20


On this episode, we're honored to have Kurtis and Katie share with us how they've created a path of intentional choices towards planning their wedding and building a meaningful life together. Check out Nathan's Wedding Photography Studio Also Find Angled Light Photography here on Instagram & Facebook!

Taking Stock
Driving Transformation Through Organizational Change Management

Taking Stock

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 25:46


Prioritizing organizational change management (OCM) and involving your people in the process is table stakes. For any successful implementation, there's a significant reliance on end-user adoption, as they're the ones who will be directly impacted by the change at the end of the day. How do you get individuals aligned and on board? How are you communicating with them? Are people willing to adapt? If not, why? What are their concerns? Are you listening to them?  In this episode of Taking Stock, I'm joined by Eileen George, a principal consultant with Clarkston and a leader in organizational change management, as we discuss driving transformation through OCM.

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
Cyril Peupion Illustrates the Importance of Prioritizing Impact

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 81:52


Cyril Peupion shares his world-class expertise on managing the way you work and dives into how he thinks about business development, making an impact, and nurturing relationships that can change your life. Find out how to shift your mindset to make getting the most important work done the default instead of the exception, how to prioritize impact in everything you do, and the most important lesson Cyril wished he learned decades ago.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: When was the moment you realized that growth was great? Cyril started his own business with a partner after completing his MBA so he had an interest in business development right from the beginning. With time, he realized how much he had to learn about sales and relationship building. Impact is a keyword in how Cyril views the world. If he had only one principle piece of advice to give to people, it would be to prioritize your calendar according to impact. Cyril tells the story of a client he was working with and the impact on their life the work had. As great as getting to inbox zero and having an organized and neat work environment, being able to sleep at night and actually turn off her mind was completely life-changing. When you have something as powerful and impactful on people's lives, business development becomes easy and natural. Cyril considers his business to be in service to his clients. When you change your way of working it changes your life, which is why Cyril doesn't view his work as business development. Instead, he sees it as bringing his service to the people that need it. When it comes to prioritizing for impact, you have to start with a mind shift. High performers don't look at when things are due, they look at the impact of the things they need to do first. Think quarterly, plan weekly, and act daily. Thinking quarterly is one of the most effective time frames to think about work while incorporating your long-term vision. Planning each week is an important tempo for progressing your top two or three priorities. A crisis will arrive eventually, but you need to run your tasks through the four-word framework of What Impact Long-Term.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: What is your personal definition of business development? Cyril's definition has evolved over the years. What began as selling became serving. Cyril is very clear on who he helps and how he can do it, as well as the people that he's not right for. Cyril's passion for what he does is derived from clarity on who can help. When it comes to first meetings, the goal is not to sell his services but to simply find out if they are a good match and to find the right solution for the prospect, even if that means referring them to someone else. It's vital to surround yourself with the right people and have an environment of accountability while keeping a mentality of continuous learning. Masterminds and accountability partners are crucial for your personal and business growth. Find people who are playing at the same level as you and with the same giving mindset. People typically allow their day to be filled up but all the little things that inevitably come up. One of the first exercises Cyril has leadership teams walk through is creating their ideal week, and then creating a calendar by working backward from the most important things you can do with your time.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: What is your favorite science, step, or story from the GrowBIG Training or Snowball System? The overall mindset of the Snowball Training is what stands out for Cyril. Going from selling to serving and being proud of the value that you are bringing to your clients is pivotal. Cyril also appreciates the concept of nurturing raving fans and uses the strategy to make sure he's always working on the most important relationships associated with his business. There is a strong link between performance and joy. People value what they help to create. Cyril noticed that the clients that contribute to the work in more of a partnership style relationship usually value the work more. Without the mindset shift of going from selling to helping, you will never achieve your true potential in your career. “The secret of living is giving.” -Winston Churchill When you understand the giving mindset, it will change the way you look at business and life. When planning your ideal work for business development, relationship building with your raving fans and developing yourself and your team, are the things that will have the most significant long-term impact. How much time each day do you need to protect to get those done each day? The rule is that you can move this meeting time with yourself around, but you can't delete it. Business development is often composed of a lot of little tasks. Cyril uses the Outlook Task tool to categorize emails and tasks he needs to address during the time he's set aside each day to focus on business development. Your calendar should be filled with Meetings With Yourself and you should respect them as much as you do meetings with other people. You say no all the time. When you say yes to something, you are saying no to everything else, whether you are conscious of that or not. When someone asks you to do something, pause and run through the “Hell Ya/No” framework.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: Tell me of a business development story that you are very proud of. Years ago, Cyril got in touch with a partner at one of the largest consulting firms in the world. He was invited to present at one of their conferences in Barcelona about the Work Smarter, Live Better strategy and at the end of the presentation, Cyril got a 100% feedback rating from the 100+ people that attended his talk. This was the beginning of a great business relationship that is now eight years strong with Cyril's favorite client. Cyril wasn't a speaker, so the presentation was outside of his comfort zone. He prepared for the speech and took the opportunity very seriously. Cyril values continuous improvement very highly, and that presentation was a validation of that core belief. Every quarter, Cyril chooses a few things to accomplish that push him out of his comfort zone. He wasn't always a skilled speaker, so he worked with a speaking coach to improve his skills. When the pandemic hit, he found an ex-director to help train him and his team to be better on camera. Every quarter choose one thing that will put you out of your comfort zone and will help you move the needle on your goals.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: If you could record a video around business development and send it back to your younger self, what would it say? Cyril describes a restaurant in Paris that is the best in the world in delivering a ribeye and has a queue lined up every single day no matter the weather conditions. Cyril would tell himself to become the master of one trade and become extraordinary at one thing. Follow your heart and become the expert in that area. Habits are what build expertise and world-class skills. There is a lot of joy in embracing the boring excellence that makes you great. Cyril does one thing and does it very well. He's more than happy to refer work that's not in his wheelhouse to other experts he knows can take care of it. If you can find something that you are passionate about, that the market will pay a premium rate for, and you are good at, you have found something worth pursuing. Cyril would also recommend never stopping learning. “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” -Gandhi Block time to read every day. Set aside time every quarter to attend new training. Surround yourself with great mentors and a supportive community.     Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com wslb.com The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition
Cyril Peupion Illustrates the Importance of Prioritizing Impact

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 81:52


Cyril Peupion shares his world-class expertise on managing the way you work and dives into how he thinks about business development, making an impact, and nurturing relationships that can change your life. Find out how to shift your mindset to make getting the most important work done the default instead of the exception, how to prioritize impact in everything you do, and the most important lesson Cyril wished he learned decades ago.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: When was the moment you realized that growth was great? Cyril started his own business with a partner after completing his MBA so he had an interest in business development right from the beginning. With time, he realized how much he had to learn about sales and relationship building. Impact is a keyword in how Cyril views the world. If he had only one principle piece of advice to give to people, it would be to prioritize your calendar according to impact. Cyril tells the story of a client he was working with and the impact on their life the work had. As great as getting to inbox zero and having an organized and neat work environment, being able to sleep at night and actually turn off her mind was completely life-changing. When you have something as powerful and impactful on people's lives, business development becomes easy and natural. Cyril considers his business to be in service to his clients. When you change your way of working it changes your life, which is why Cyril doesn't view his work as business development. Instead, he sees it as bringing his service to the people that need it. When it comes to prioritizing for impact, you have to start with a mind shift. High performers don't look at when things are due, they look at the impact of the things they need to do first. Think quarterly, plan weekly, and act daily. Thinking quarterly is one of the most effective time frames to think about work while incorporating your long-term vision. Planning each week is an important tempo for progressing your top two or three priorities. A crisis will arrive eventually, but you need to run your tasks through the four-word framework of What Impact Long-Term.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: What is your personal definition of business development? Cyril's definition has evolved over the years. What began as selling became serving. Cyril is very clear on who he helps and how he can do it, as well as the people that he's not right for. Cyril's passion for what he does is derived from clarity on who can help. When it comes to first meetings, the goal is not to sell his services but to simply find out if they are a good match and to find the right solution for the prospect, even if that means referring them to someone else. It's vital to surround yourself with the right people and have an environment of accountability while keeping a mentality of continuous learning. Masterminds and accountability partners are crucial for your personal and business growth. Find people who are playing at the same level as you and with the same giving mindset. People typically allow their day to be filled up but all the little things that inevitably come up. One of the first exercises Cyril has leadership teams walk through is creating their ideal week, and then creating a calendar by working backward from the most important things you can do with your time.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: What is your favorite science, step, or story from the GrowBIG Training or Snowball System? The overall mindset of the Snowball Training is what stands out for Cyril. Going from selling to serving and being proud of the value that you are bringing to your clients is pivotal. Cyril also appreciates the concept of nurturing raving fans and uses the strategy to make sure he's always working on the most important relationships associated with his business. There is a strong link between performance and joy. People value what they help to create. Cyril noticed that the clients that contribute to the work in more of a partnership style relationship usually value the work more. Without the mindset shift of going from selling to helping, you will never achieve your true potential in your career. “The secret of living is giving.” -Winston Churchill When you understand the giving mindset, it will change the way you look at business and life. When planning your ideal work for business development, relationship building with your raving fans and developing yourself and your team, are the things that will have the most significant long-term impact. How much time each day do you need to protect to get those done each day? The rule is that you can move this meeting time with yourself around, but you can't delete it. Business development is often composed of a lot of little tasks. Cyril uses the Outlook Task tool to categorize emails and tasks he needs to address during the time he's set aside each day to focus on business development. Your calendar should be filled with Meetings With Yourself and you should respect them as much as you do meetings with other people. You say no all the time. When you say yes to something, you are saying no to everything else, whether you are conscious of that or not. When someone asks you to do something, pause and run through the “Hell Ya/No” framework.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: Tell me of a business development story that you are very proud of. Years ago, Cyril got in touch with a partner at one of the largest consulting firms in the world. He was invited to present at one of their conferences in Barcelona about the Work Smarter, Live Better strategy and at the end of the presentation, Cyril got a 100% feedback rating from the 100+ people that attended his talk. This was the beginning of a great business relationship that is now eight years strong with Cyril's favorite client. Cyril wasn't a speaker, so the presentation was outside of his comfort zone. He prepared for the speech and took the opportunity very seriously. Cyril values continuous improvement very highly, and that presentation was a validation of that core belief. Every quarter, Cyril chooses a few things to accomplish that push him out of his comfort zone. He wasn't always a skilled speaker, so he worked with a speaking coach to improve his skills. When the pandemic hit, he found an ex-director to help train him and his team to be better on camera. Every quarter choose one thing that will put you out of your comfort zone and will help you move the needle on your goals.   Mo asks Cyril Peupion: If you could record a video around business development and send it back to your younger self, what would it say? Cyril describes a restaurant in Paris that is the best in the world in delivering a ribeye and has a queue lined up every single day no matter the weather conditions. Cyril would tell himself to become the master of one trade and become extraordinary at one thing. Follow your heart and become the expert in that area. Habits are what build expertise and world-class skills. There is a lot of joy in embracing the boring excellence that makes you great. Cyril does one thing and does it very well. He's more than happy to refer work that's not in his wheelhouse to other experts he knows can take care of it. If you can find something that you are passionate about, that the market will pay a premium rate for, and you are good at, you have found something worth pursuing. Cyril would also recommend never stopping learning. “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” -Gandhi Block time to read every day. Set aside time every quarter to attend new training. Surround yourself with great mentors and a supportive community.     Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com wslb.com The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Kindred Conversations
Prioritizing Spirituality as a Mother

Kindred Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 32:44


This episode idea came to us from a listener who sent us a message about how to prioritize your spirituality as a mom. We were so grateful for the opportunity to reflect on our own spirituality and routines surrounding that part of our lives. In this episode we talk about incorporating spiritual practices in our morning and nightly routines, making it a regular part of our relationships, and how we can measure spiritual progress. If you enjoyed this episode of Kindred Conversations, please rate and review us on your preferred platform! You can join in the conversation on Instagram @kindred_conversations

MoonWise
WHISPER: Gregory Meredith on The Magic of Runes (Ep. 55)

MoonWise

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 69:45


In this episode of Moonwise, we speak with diviner Gregory Meredith about the magic of runes. We discuss runes as living beings and why a good question can spark healing and transformation. He shares his story of reconnecting with ancestral knowledge and how the runes came to him. He shares insights about fatherhood, magic and respecting the role of the feminine and our nonhuman kin. We also talk about: Prioritizing experiential knowledge Reframing the rune origin story of Odin Ancestral terror and persecution of divinatory arts Dismantling human and white supremacy in European lineages The birth of a new story for humanity Links: Rune Journey with Gregory Handmade Rune Sets —> Leave us a written review on Apple Podcasts, and get a shout out on the show! —> Get access to bonus content, seasonal herb guides, meditations and more by joining our community on Patreon: patreon.com/moonwise

I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors
Managing Chronic Conditions & Prioritizing Health In The Arts with Charlie J. Meyers

I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 49:10


Charlie J. Meyers is an American artist and curator working in figurative abstraction and portraiture. His work explores intimacy, memory, and the contemporary queer experience.    In 2021, Charlie was featured in several magazines including Alien Literary Magazine, Clover and Bee, and The Purposeful Mayonnaise, appeared on the Bold Creatives Collective podcast, wrote a curator's pick for PxP Contemporary, and an art review for Vantage Art Projects.    In 2020, he began an online curatorial project, the Moon Cheese Curator, through which he facilitates connection and discussion with artists, curators, collectors and others, examining the interface between the body and art production. Via this project, Vantage Art Projects invited him to curate his first virtual exhibition. Charlie will be expanding the Moon Cheese Curator project in 2022.   The Foundation for Contemporary Arts, United States Artists, and Creative Capital awarded Charlie an Artist Relief Grant In 2020 in response to the pandemic. His work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions throughout North America and the UK.   From 2019 to 2021, he managed the production and assembly of haute couture clutch handbags by designer Jeffrey Levinson, which are carried by high-end boutiques such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Net-A-Porter.   Noted exhibitions in 2019 include Penn State University, Sanger Gallery, and Amos Eno Gallery of NYC. In 2020, he participated in shows in Key West, FL, and London UK.    Charlie has been a recipient of several grants and awards including the Vermont Studio Residency Grant, Helene Couture Award for Excellence in Painting, and the Concordia University Faculty of Fine Arts Fellowship. In 2017, he was a visiting artist lecturer at the Sherwin B. Nuland Institute in Bioethics at Yale University.    From 2016 to 2017, his work was on tour in public and private galleries throughout the province of Québec with the Montreal Arts Council. Other highlighted exhibitions in Montreal include Parisian Laundry, Donald Browne Gallery, Lilian Rodriguez Gallery, Joyce Yahouda Gallery, and Gallery B312.   He currently paints in his studio in North Philadelphia.   LINKS:  Instagram.com/mooncheesecurator Instagram.com/charliejmeyers https://charliejmeyers.com/   Artist Shout Outs:  Sarah Rose Jansen Pam McDonnell Christina Mallet Ekaterina Popova   I Like Your Work Links: Exhibitions Studio Visit Artists I Like Your Work Podcast Instagram Submit Work Observations on Applying to Juried Shows Studio Planner

The Whinypaluza Podcast
Episode 147: Mother's Day Special with my Daughter Ella

The Whinypaluza Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 29:56


Listen to this very special Mother's Day Whinypaluza episode as Rebecca turns the tables yet again. This week her daughter Ella takes the host seat while she asks her mom what it is like to be a mother, and offers her own observations on motherhood. You are sure to love Ella's insightful take on this topic! Some things they discuss: What Rebecca likes best about being a mother. The challenges of motherhood are both mental and physical. What Rebecca does to cope with the challenges of motherhood. What self-care looks like for different moms.  Parenting 3 very different children. Observing what your kids and responding accordingly. Achieving balance- how do you manage it? Prioritizing is key. Is there anything about motherhood that Rebecca would go back and change? Rebecca's worst parenting moment and what she learned from it. Conversely, what was Rebeca's proudest parenting moment and what she has learned from it? We hope you have enjoyed these very special conversations with Rebecca's daughters! Follow Rebecca Greene Blog  https://www.whinypaluza.com/ Book  https://bit.ly/WhinypaluzaBook Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/whinypaluzaparenting Instagram https://www.instagram.com/becgreene5/ @becgreene5 TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@whinypaluzamom?lang=en @whinypaluzamom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bannon's War Room
WarRoom BattleGround EP 49: The WHO Is Selling Out America; Elites Are Prioritizing Baby Formula For Illegal's Instead Of Americans; Alabama's Fuel Crisis; The Fight Continues In Missouri

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 54:18


We discuss what is happening on the ground in battleground states ahead of the 2022 elections.  Our guests are: Boris Ephsteyn, Naomi Wolf, Kat Cammack, Lindy Blanchard, Eric Greitens, Doug Wardlow Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 5/12/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

The Todd Starnes Podcast
Why the Democrats' abortion protections bill failed… and The Biden administration is prioritizing all the wrong things

The Todd Starnes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 111:15


Founder and Executive Director of Power The Future Daniel Turner joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to talk about how President Biden's restrictive energy policies have impacted inflation and gas prices. Jimmy explains why the Democrats' bill meant to codify abortion protections was too radical. PLUS, Host of “Kennedy” on Fox Business Kennedy reacts to President Biden blasting ‘Ultra MAGA Republicans'. [00:00:00] Abortion bill fails in the Senate [00:46:33] Daniel Turner [00:55:23] Kennedy  [01:13:39] The White House's crack pipe funding plan is exposed.  [01:32:06] Jean-Pierre pressed on the baby formula shortage  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Women on The Move Podcast
JPMorgan Chase Global Head of EAP talks about prioritizing mental health and encouraging connection

Women on The Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:27


This podcast is for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your condition.   There's no doubt in Judith Bess's mind that the past two years of pandemic living have been traumatic for nearly all of us. As global head of the employee assistance and work life program at JP Morgan Chase, Judith has been privileged to witness and assist JP Morgan Chase employees as they navigate the impacts on their mental health. In this episode, she sits down with Women on the Move host Sam Saperstein to discuss her journey to leadership, how the pandemic gave people permission to be vulnerable, and how connections with others are so critical to our wellbeing. Two leadership lessons With a social work background, Judith started at JPMorgan Chase early in her career expecting to stay for a short time. Instead, she fell in love with the work and the firm and has stayed for nearly three decades. She's found her background a perfect fit for the employee assistance and work-life programs she heads. “When you're working within an industry like ours, every management triangle is a family. And so you can apply the same systems that you would in a family, right to the corporation,” she tells Sam. Judith discusses her transition from being an EAP counselor to heading the firm's global program, and she shares two invaluable lessons she learned. The first was from a senior HR leader who told her, as she was taking over the management position, that she could build on what had been working well but she could also assess what wasn't working well and what she wanted to do differently; she gave Judith permission to make changes. The second lesson came from outside the firm, from a book by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign marketing director. “Her book really talked a little bit more about how for Hillary Clinton, they marketed her like they would market a man and they left off her female characteristics, her warmth, her familial attention, her endurance, her ability to bring the community together,” Judith recalls. “And I thought, you know what? I don't have to do it that way. I can come into this with me being a woman and being okay, but being a woman of color and coming into this role.” EAPs and the pandemic Assuming her leadership role just before the pandemic broke out means that “COVID kind of took over my first two years,” Judith says. For one thing, the pandemic highlighted the importance of the assistance program that had been in place for decades. “Once COVID hit in 2020, I think the recognition of the impact to our mental health and our wellbeing became so very clear, and the need for something to really help us learn and not isolate and be able to heal and find coping tips along the way, shot EAP out of a cannon,” she says. One response to the increased need brought on by the pandemic was the introduction of Coping Connections, an online group support model. “We came into Zoom rooms—and still do every week—to support one another, to allow for people to come into the room and say, you know what? I'm not doing great today. And how are you doing? And to really share with one another and break the seal on having to feel like we had to pull it all together all the time,” she describes. “And I saw thousands of people come through. It was amazing.” As employees return to the office, Judith hopes the increased focus on and awareness of the importance of mental health will continue—and that more employees will recognize and utilize the convenience of the EAP. She hopes employees will bring with them the lessons learned from remote work: “You may have 20 things on your to-do list, but how can you listen to good music while you're doing it? Or how can you bring a little bit of sunshine into your day?” In the future, she says, we all have the possibility of changing. “Look what we did to the business world,” she notes. “We're in a hybrid work environment. We can do this. We can make sure that we have an adjustment to our life and our lifestyle, and we can get things done yet push the envelope on what might have been something that was just antiquated at this point. COVID taught us that we could do anything anywhere. So I'm really, really hopeful that we can get creative about what our needs are. How do we bring more joy into everything we do?”   full transcript here

Health Forward Podcast
Prioritizing Your Health as a Mom

Health Forward Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:14


In honor of Mother's Day, this week's #hfpodcast episode is focused on prioritizing your health as a mom. This can be such a struggle that it takes intentional planning and effort. If we're being honest, oftentimes we don't feel that we have the energy for it. So, today I want to encourage and hopefully inspire you to think through some ways that you can support your health and care for your body so that you can continue to love and serve your family well for years to come! Resources mentioned in this episode: Foods that Heal Guide; Easy, Healthy Eats Recipe eBook; Nourish Move Love with Lindsey Bomgren; Pilates with Robin Long of The Balanced Life Pilates Full episode notes can be found here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Women's Protection and Empowerment
How can we promote digital literacy for women and girls that is safety-prioritizing?

Women's Protection and Empowerment

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 17:04


IRC's Violence Prevention and Response Unit is excited to launch Safe Space to Learn, a digital literacy curriculum designed for women and girls in humanitarian settings. The curriculum is available in Arabic, Burmese, English, French and Spanish. In this episode, we talk about why this curriculum was needed, what's included, and how to take it forward. Watch the teaser video to learn more: https://youtu.be/HSfN7ZZTz6o Safe Space to Learn curriculum: https://gbvresponders.org/resources/#EMPOWERMENT

For Parents
Laurie & Chan: Coaching Football, Raising Boys and Prioritizing What Matters

For Parents

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 37:23


Laurie and Chan share their parenting experience of raising two boys while managing a career being a football coach. Chan has coached both at the collegiate and NFL. They include some wisdom and perspective on transitioning your children to new places, not bringing the stress of your work home and becoming a close knit family. The biggest theme from their experience is God being at the center of our lives is the very best way to live.

Marketing for the Uninhibited
Ep. 144: Marketing for Makers with the Small Business Sisters

Marketing for the Uninhibited

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 61:12


Welcome back to the Marketing For The Uninhibited Podcast! I'm very excited to share my conversation with two real life sisters, Jenni and Christina, who both started their own separate businesses and have now come together to share about business and personal growth. We get really personal as they open up about their struggles with marketing, investing in their business and how personal growth plays a role in how we accept ourselves.  Inside the episode we'll talk about:  How they manage their businesses with everything else in life. Prioritizing their time so they can pursue other creative passions. How to approach marketing in a holistic way. Pricing and the mind drama it creates.   If you got some amazing takeaways from this episode, share it with me in a review for the show, pop that on Instagram and tag me in it!    Connect with the Small Business Sisters: Instagram: @_smallbusinesssisters Podcast: https://smallbusinesssisters.podbean.com   Connect & Work with Miranda: https://marketinguninhibited.com/work-with-me/ Use code PODCAST50 to get 50%  off your Marketing Unlocked one-time marketing intensive. Learn more about it here.  

Broke But Woke
Prioritizing Your Mental Health | Ep. 27

Broke But Woke

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 40:17


Welcome back to the Broke But Woke podcast! This week, we dive into the importance of Mental Health!!! Make sure to follow us on Instagram @brokebutwokepodcast !! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/massiel-nunez/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/massiel-nunez/support

Productivity Straight Talk - Time Management, Productivity and Business Growth Tips
240 | Firefighter: Whose Fires Are You Putting Out In Your Business?

Productivity Straight Talk - Time Management, Productivity and Business Growth Tips

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 31:51


I dive into the concept of firefighting in your business, get to the bottom of who is at fault for many of the fires taking up your time and energy, and offer solutions so you can stop being a part-time firefighter IN your business and get back to working ON your business. What You'll Discover In This Episode: ✔ The Types Of Fires You're Often Putting Out In Your Business ✔ Why & How They're Are Happening ✔ Who Is At Fault For Many Of Them ✔ What You Can Do To Prevent Those Fires ✔ So Much More! To access resources and links from this episode, click on https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/240. P.S. Grab your spot in Leverage Lab® to get business coaching, training, and accountability to take your business and life from surviving to thriving => https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/LeverageLab

Traction
Trello's Journey From Idea to 20M Users and $425M Exit with Michael Pryor, Trello

Traction

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:50


On this episode of the Traction podcast, host Lloyed Lobo of Boast.AI features a fireside chat between Michael Pryor, Cofounder at Trello and Frederic Lardinois from TechCrunch at Traction Conf.    When Atlassian acquired Trello for $425 Million in 2017, the product had nearly 20 million users, all through word-of-mouth.    In this session, Michael shares his journey building Trello from idea to exit and discusses how to build products that everyone loves.   Specifically, Michael covers:   1:32 - Coming up with the idea and the launch process 10:45 - Prioritizing what to build: why you shouldn't listen to feature requests 17:16 - How Trello started monetizing 19:30 - How to get most people to love you 23:58 - Adding sales reps in addition to word-of-mouth growth 25:34 - How did Trello's acquisition by Atlassian come about   Learn more at https://tractionconf.io   Connect with Michael Pryor: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhpryor/   Learn more about Trello at https://www.atlassian.com/   This episode is brought to you by:   Each year the U.S. and Canadian governments provide more than $20 billion in R&D tax credits and innovation incentives to fund businesses. But the application process is cumbersome, prone to costly audits, and receiving the money can take as long as 16 months. Boast automates this process, enabling companies to get more money faster without the paperwork and audit risk. We don't get paid until you do! Find out if you qualify today at https://Boast.AI.   Launch Academy is one of the top global tech hubs for international entrepreneurs and a designated organization for Canada's Startup Visa. Since 2012, Launch has worked with more than 6,000 entrepreneurs from over 100 countries, of which 300 have grown their startups to seed and Series A stage and raised over $2 billion in funding. To learn more about Launch's programs or the Canadian Startup Visa, visit https://LaunchAcademy.ca     Content Allies helps B2B companies build revenue-generating podcasts. We recommend them to any B2B company that is looking to launch or streamline its podcast production. Learn more at  https://ContentAllies.com  

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
The Dichotomy Between Satisfaction and Ambition, Working Out at Home, and Prioritizing Jiu-Jitsu and Strength Training | ASK ME ANYTHING

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 80:58


In this week's ASK ME ANYTHING, Ryan Michler and Shawn Villalovos discuss Shawn's Mexican heritage and tackle your questions from the Iron Council.  Hit Ryan up on Instagram at @ryanmichler and share what's working in your life.  ⠀ SHOW HIGHLIGHTS ⠀ (17:20) When releasing a book, how do you decide between looking for a publishing company vs. self-publishing? (32:50) How do you balance weight training with Jiu-Jitsu? (40:00) If you were unable to go to the gym and had to work out at home, with limited time, what areas would you focus on? (52:20) What are your favorite vacation spots? (57:40) How do you define ‘what is enough for you'?   Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.

Crestmont Alliance Church Podcast
Prioritizing Unbelievers- Franklin Ave Campus

Crestmont Alliance Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 31:03


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Crestmont Alliance Church Podcast
Prioritizing Unbelievers- Crestmont Campus

Crestmont Alliance Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 48:22


Prioritizing Unbelievers- Crestmont Campus by The Gospel Tab

The Engineering Leadership Podcast
Building Your Digital Technology Org from the Ground-Up w/ Anshu Narula & Khawaja Shams #83

The Engineering Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:25


What does it take to build a tech org from the ground up? Khawaja Shams (Co-Founder & CEO @ Momento) sits down with Anshu Narula (VP Digital Technology @ Rivian) to discuss how Anshu went from larger companies like PayPal and eBay to scaling Rivian's digital tech org from scratch. They discuss critical cultural values, early guiding principles and processes for the org, Anshu's approach to scaling the engineering teams, and a starting point if you're building from 0.ABOUT ANSHU NARULAAt Rivian, Anshu is responsible for the strategic development of Rivian's digital ecosystem. She leads teams building products and architecting systems across the technology stack, which has her overseeing a wide range of initiatives from rivian.com to charging software, in order to best serve Rivian B2C and B2B customers. With more than 20 years of experience in product development, technical management and software architecture, Anshu is passionate about technology and building products that are simple, scalable and engaging."I started with my leadership team first. Next approach we took, was to go after hiring those engineers underneath them. Because I really needed coders to get through the aggressive growth phase. So those teams then hired all those engineers, once we had the architecture in place.Then we started layering the managers to help. And started calling out the sub-functional areas. And that's when we started to add in the layer of senior managers...- Anshu Narula  ABOUT KHAWAJA SHAMSKhawaja (@ksshams) is a technical hands-on leader, passionate about investing in people, setting a bold vision, and execution with his team. At AWS, he owned DynamoDB, a highly available fully managed database service serving at extreme scales! It powers much of Amazon retail, Amazon Video, and control planes of critical AWS Services. Khawaja subsequently owned product and engineering for all 7 of the AWS Media Services, responsible for streaming some of the most visible events in the world, including the Super Bowl and the world's first Live 4K Stream from Space. He was awarded the prestigious NASA Early Career Medal for his contributions to the Mars Rovers.This episode is brought to you by OrgspaceOrgspace is a management ops platform for software teams that helps your leaders scale. Easily create team configurations, propose org charts, visualize cost projects & create headcount plans - so you can spend less time on spreadsheets & more time on humans.Sign up for a free trial today, at orgspace.io/registerCheck out our friends & sponsor Coderpad!CoderPad is a technical interview platform built for all scales of business, whether you're a startup or large global company.Do you want to improve your candidate experience & hire the right people faster?Learn more at coderpad.io/elcCheck out Shortcut!Shortcut is an issue tracker that offers all the functionality, without most of the complexity making it easier for you to plan, collaborate, build, and measure success.Right now, listeners of our show can get 2-months free on any paid plan.Learn more & sign up at shortcut.com/elcSHOW NOTES:Being the first digital tech hire at Rivian (1:58)Shaping Rivian's tech org from scratch (4:42)Anshu's approach to establishing processes (6:00)Adapting the hiring strategy to the pandemic (8:15)Creating culture in a remote-first environment (9:41)How to build an organization from the ground up (11:06)Deciding how to structure the tech org (13:31)Anshu's strategy for scaling engineering teams (15:17)Identifying the right candidate for something that's never been done before (17:56)Prioritizing teamwork in the leadership layer of the eng org (19:36)How to assess teamwork as an attribute in candidates (21:01)Balancing pace of innovation with quality (22:33)Advice for any eng leader building an org from scratch (24:15)Ashu's takeaways from scaling Rivian (24:57)

Linking Arms
Prioritizing Peace

Linking Arms

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 26:24


Peace can sometimes seem distant when we are constantly on the go and get swept up in the hustle culture of society. We can find ourselves stressed, over committed and overwhelmed. But God offers us a peace that surpasses all understanding (Philippians 4:7). We gain so much from prioritizing peace - we are able to heal, we are able to reflect and to realign where we need to. When we have peace we find clarity! Our habits can sometimes detract us from peace by feeling anxiety, and when we are aware of this, we get to shift those habits and invite more peace into our lives. Our guest shares that she has to be intentional about ensuring she regularly reflects on her habits and time to better incorporate activities and habits that foster peace in her life. How can you prioritize peace in your life in this season?

AttractionPros Podcast
Episode 244: Brain Knoebel talks about recreating the past, family first and prioritizing value

AttractionPros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 51:23


Brian Knoebel is a Co-Owner/Co-Manager of Knoebels Amusement Resort in Elysburg, PA.  Brian began his career at Knoebels before he can even remember; at three years old Brian and his older brother Rick would separate ride tickets by color for the staff to count and add up how much revenue was made that day.  Since then, Brian has held nearly every role one can have at the park, from mowing grass, picking paper, ride operations, games, food & beverage, ticket sales, and blowing up balloons for the dart game.  Brian's educational background is in food and hospitality management, and takes immense pride that Knoebels is family first, then a business, rather than the other way around.  In this interview, Brian talks about recreating the past, family first, and prioritizing value. Recreating the past   “What's our niche?  It's recreating the past.”   Knoebels is the throwback, traditional quintessential amusement park of yesterday.  Knoebels has no gate and offers free admission, free parking, free entertainment, and a free picnic area.  While there is an option for a wristband, everything is a la carte.  If grandparents are taking their grandchild to the park, they don't have to pay to park or pay for admission for anything they do not partake in.   The property also includes farmland, and the Knoebels family used to make and sell charcoal, farm Christmas trees, and people would come in on horseback on the weekends, swim in the swimming hole, and have a picnic.  Brian's grandfather, Henry Knoebel built a picnic pavilion and began building amusement rides shortly thereafter.   Knoebels's rich history can still be sensed by park guests today. Family first   “We are family first.  We don't have board of directors meetings, we have family meetings.”   Brian shares stories about growing up at the park and playing kickball in front of the guest services office, and how the park was his backyard.  Today, everyone has their own individual roles, but no one looks over each other's shoulders.  Even job titles are rarely used within the Knoebels family.   Within many family businesses, there often comes a time when the family has to determine if they are a family or if they are a business, due to the challenges that can arise from running a business with close relatives.  The Knoebel family has never had to have this discussion.  The Knoebels have always operated with the understanding that they are a family first and business second. Prioritizing value   "The business model has always been value, and it works."   Knoebels has a business model that differs from the majority of gated amusement parks.  With no gate, no admission fee, no charge for parking, and free entertainment, the park presents immense value for its guests.  Brian references Sam Walton multiple times in the interview, stating that if guests perceive value then they will want to do it again and tell others.   When relocating the Phoenix to Knoebels in 1985, the park hired an accounting firm to determine the most optimal price per ride to charge guests.  While the firm recommended $3 per ride, Pete Knoebel made the decision to charge $1 instead.  Despite the data from the study, Pete wanted guests to ride multiple times.   During family meetings, Buddy Knoebel regularly brings value into the conversation.  This commitment is maintained even during economic fluctuation and inflation, or even when their utilities and cost of goods rise. To learn more about Knoebels, you can visit knoebels.com, and follow on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat.  New this year, Knoebels has an app that guests can download to improve their experience at the park.   This podcast wouldn't be possible without the incredible work of our amazing team: Scheduling and correspondence by Kristen Karaliunas Branding and design by Fabiana Fonseca To connect with AttractionPros: attractionpros@gmail.com

Southland Christian Church
Why Not Now | Prioritizing My Relationship with the Church

Southland Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 26:31


The church is filled with imperfect people who behave imperfectly. If we're not careful we can allow that imperfection to sour us towards God and his family, and distract us from his mission. In this message we will examine how to have realistic expectations for the church while doing everything we can to help it become what Jesus intended it to be.

She Did That.
Prioritizing Our Inner Well-Being with Devi Brown

She Did That.

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 58:33


Every element of our lives will change at some point: the cities we live in, our jobs, our weight, our romantic partnerships, and even our connections with family members. We always say the only constant is change but really, the only constant in our lives is us.  Given the gravity of this relationship with ourselves, it's important that we're navigating the world feeling calm and at peace, which is much easier said than done. What are some things we can do to start feeling a bit more centered from day-to-day? This week's guest on the show, Devi Brown, will be offering a few tips to help us conquer this and feel more at peace. As a master well-being educator, certified multi-modality healer, and entrepreneur, Devi is devoted to spiritual connection meant to aid in the healing of generational trauma. Devi serves as the Chief Impact Officer at Chopra Global, the leading meditation and education wellness company founded by Dr. Deepak Chopra. She's also a seasoned broadcaster and host of the Dropping Gems podcast, where she leads transformative conversations and offers education in spiritual psychology, meditation, energy, and metaphysical healing with a focus on the BIPOC community. Today on She Did That , Devi shares her journey from media personality to healer, tips for combating anxiety, and so much more.   Produced by Dear Media. 

The Nursing Co-op
87. Nurses need to stop glorifying self-harm and start prioritizing self-care

The Nursing Co-op

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 18:32


So often in healthcare, we celebrate the nurses who always pick up extra shifts, take on more responsibilities, care for more patients, stay late, and never ask for time off. We as nurses brag about how long it has been since we went pee, ate food, or drank water. We joke about how we are running on a few hours of sleep and are fueled by lethal levels of caffeine. "Nurses don't get breaks." "Nurses don't eat lunch." "Nurses don't cry." "Nurses never say no."What are we doing?!We could go on forever speaking about all of the ways that we sacrifice ourselves for this profession. I say we stop glorifying this way of existing and stop perpetuating this madness. No wonder we are burning out so quickly. How about we celebrate self-CARE instead. Let's chat about how we can shift our perspective and change nursing culture for the better. Follow along and join the Nursing Co-op community on Instagram @ashley_nursingcoop and on Facebook in The Nursing Co-op Huddle! We would love to see you there! As always, message me with any feedback, comments, or questions on Instagram, or shoot me an email at thenursingcoop@gmail.com. Happy Nursing! 

Behind The Binge
#44 Meal Prep for Intuitive Eating [with Workweek Lunch]

Behind The Binge

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:35


Today I want to talk about meal prep as it relates to one of the first things I implement with my clients when it comes to healing our relationships with food which is consistent eating patterns. I know this can put up a lot of guards and concerns as any sort of meal structure can feel a remnant of diet culture. Let me reassure all of you that meal prep as an intuitive eater is not at all the same as any previous experiences you may have had in diet culture with portions and parameters in meal planning. With all of that in mind, I decided who better to have on the pod with me to talk about meal prep than the Meal Prep Queen herself, Talia Koren. She is the founder of Workweek Lunch, a blog and digital meal plan subscription that helps thousands of people all over the world master meal prep…myself included! Listen in as I talk with Talia about how meal prep can help support you on your journey to food freedom. Talia is the author of the Workweek Lunch Cookbook, which includes 60 approachable and delicious recipes that are designed to be prepped and stored. She is a self-taught home cook, and she started WWL in 2016 to teach her peers how to cook easy, balanced meals to save time and money through her Instagram, which has now grown to over 495k followers. Before WWL, Talia was a staff writer at Elite Daily and worked in the entertainment industry after graduating from Ithaca College in 2014. When she's not developing new recipes for the WWL Meal Prep Program, Talia loves to travel, snowboard, binge-watch TV and go on adventures with her dog Coconut. Listen in to learn more: A meal prep misconception that Talia wants to debunk. {7:48] What an intuitive eating approach to meal prepping looks like. {9:02] How to address this fear many have with meal prepping. [14:45] Prioritizing intuitive eating, gentle nutrition, and meal prepping without it falling into diet culture's often black and white thinking. {21:31] Talia's beginner tip for someone just getting started in meal prepping. [27:05] Resources Connect with Talia Website: https://workweeklunch.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/taliaworkweek/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/workweeklunch/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WorkweekLunch Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/workweeklunch/_created/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/binge.nutritionist/ https://www.instagram.com/behind.the.binge

Optimal Business Daily
584: The Benefit of Routine Folders by Carl Pullein on Prioritizing Work and Life Tasks

Optimal Business Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 9:14


Carl Pullein tells you about the benefit of routine folders Episode 584: The Benefit of Routine Folders by Carl Pullein on Prioritizing Work and Life Tasks Carl has written three books on productivity and time management and coaches companies and individuals around the world through his Time and Life Mastery and Your Digital Life courses.  His passion and dedication to helping people become better at managing their time so they can focus on what is important to them is legendary and his presentations and workshops are highly interactive, entertaining and educational. The original post can be found here: https://www.carlpullein.com/blog/the-benefit-of-routine-folders/28/6/2016   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rise Together Podcast
187: Are You Prioritizing You? - with Heidi Powell

Rise Together Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 41:10


This week on Rise Together Dave is joined by his partner, fitness and personal development expert and influencer, Heidi Powell!  Dave reflects on his journey of slowing down, stepping back, and prioritizing himself - the work that was necessary for him to continue taking steps toward becoming a more whole human being - and he and Heidi have a raw, real relationship conversation about the impact that his journey had on her. Don't miss this episode! ----------------------------------- Our next Get Fit 60-Day Challenge starts May 9 with a week-long pre-party just kicking off and Heidi and I would love to have you join! If you've been looking for a community online that invites you to not only come as you are but celebrates you for being exactly who you are and where you're at in your journey, this is absolutely for you. This community has become my safe, reliable soft landing on the days I struggle as well as accountability cheerleaders when I get on a roll. As much as people come to get into better shape, they stay because of feeling part of something unlike anything they've ever experienced. Everyone has access to daily workout programs with individual tracks that you can jump in and out of: in the gym or at home, programs for men and women, at every fitness level with modifications to meet you where you are. Beyond the physical challenges, the weekly lives also feature experts in nutrition, dance, breathwork, cooking, yoga, and more, all of whom interact and answer questions in the community regularly. This celebration of what our bodies can do is equally supported by creating space for the mental and emotional components of transformation, all in a private Facebook community that loves and supports you as you are, right where you are. For me, in this window of life, this community has become the only place I interact online because of the way it pours positively into me and every other person there, every single time I'm there. Heidi and I would love to see you become part of this amazing family as well. Learn more by clicking this link --> http://mrdavehollis.com/showup Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
266. LIVE! from Phoenix: Build Better Culture - Aila Malik, Lawanna Kimbro, Ted Vaughn, and Sara Cunningham

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 48:22


Join Jon + Becky for this Friday's episode where they talk with a Varsity Team of experts on Building Better Culture. We talk through what modern nonprofit culture should encompass, how leaders can better shape vibrant cultures, why the term "culture fit" is damaging, and a host of other topics. Special thanks to Virtuous for convening us all and for our panel experts: Sara Cunningham (Free Mom Hugs), Lawanna Kimbro (Stardust Fund), Ted Vaughn (Historic Agency) & Aila Malik (Venture Leadership Consulting)

Good Girl Radio
The 3 reason why you still aren't prioritizing yourself

Good Girl Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 18:37


This week's confession is all about me: It's about my inability to consistently choose myself in ALL things. It means prioritizing my needs, my desires, and my goals in all things – Now let's be clear, I've chosen myself before, in many instances, and continue to do so - but it's the "in all things" and "consistently" is the problem. So this week, I share three reasons why I still continue to put myself second and how it's holding me back.

Better Together with Maria Menounos
459. Respecting the Work of the Stay-At-Home Partner + Prioritizing What's Truly Important in Life w/ Justin & Emily Baldoni

Better Together with Maria Menounos

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 95:05


In part 2 of our interview with Justin and Emily Baldoni, the group dives deeper into the patriarchal system and how it affects all of us. Plus, Keven and Emily speak to what it is like being the stay at home partner and how oftentimes, those in that role are overlooked. Justin and Emily share how they work through arguments and what has worked for them. Lastly, they discuss the importance of rest and why we must prioritize it more. We hope you enjoy! RESOURCES: IG: @justinbaldoni ; @wearemanenough ; @emilybaldoni ; @weareamma Podcast: The Man Enough Podcast Emily's website: https://weareamma.com/ Justin's website: https://manenough.com/ Man Enough episode with Emily: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emily-baldoni-the-invisible-work-of-women/id1571480224?i=1000532778798 Link to Justin's book: https://www.amazon.com/Man-Enough-Undefining-My-Masculinity/dp/0063055600/ref=asc_df_0063055600/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=532660552781&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3285176613126000751&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9030973&hvtargid=pla-1408389667893&psc=1 Check out www.mariamenounos.com for the “cliff notes” of all our episodes where we compile the life-changing lessons into one blog called "life-hacks." Plus, we share Maria's favorite new products & her must-haves! Maria is continually updating this page to find the best of the best so you don't have to do the work! And as a reminder, even if you don't see something you like here but having something in mind you do want to buy at Macy's, please support us and use the link. Every purchase through this link helps us keep the show going :)