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Randy Langenderfer & Kylie Egan discuss tips on handing due diligence, way's to go about dealing with unexpected challenges, and the ways you can bring value to the deal that your investing in.Interested in learning from me? Visit https://www.thetribeoftitans.info/coachingJoin our multifamily investing community for FREE for in-depth courses and live networking with like-minded apartment investors at the Tribe of TitansLink to subscribe to YouTube channel: https://tinyurl.com/SubYouTubeDiaryPodcastApple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/AppleDiaryPodcast Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/SpotDiaryPodcast Google Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/GoogleDiaryPodcast Follow us on:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DiaryAptInv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Diary_Apt_Inv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/diary_of_an_apartment_investor This episode originally aired on September 25, 2023----Your host, Brian Briscoe, has been a general partner in 1000+ units worth over $100 million and has been lead sponsor, asset manager, capital raiser, and key principal on these properties. He has developed a multifamily education community called the Tribe of Titans that helps aspiring investors learn the game, network with other like-minded professionals, and get their apartment investing business to the next level. He is founder of Streamline Capital Group, which will continue to acquire multifamily assets well into the future. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps in 2021.Connect with him on LinkedInBrian@Steamlinecapital.com----Randy LangenderferRandy is Founder and President of InvestArk Properties and general partner in 1,500 doors representing $250M in assets under management. He has invested in a total of over 3,000 units in TX, OK, AZ, SC and LA. His investment strategy focuses on providing the passive investor significant returns by improving communities using a safe and time- tested approach. He is passionate about helping the busy professional achieve their goals in real estate and has been a part of several national educational programs and is currently a private multi-family coach. He has a bachelor's degree in accounting, Information Systems, an MBA in Finance, and is a CPA.Learn more about him at: https://www.invest-ark.com/----Kylie EganKylie, a Montana-born outdoors enthusiast and avid reader, is a passionate real estate investor, who has been based in the Pacific Northwest for 10+ years. Using her deep-rooted love for service after starting out in healthcare, she got drawn into HR, transforming industries from inside out by improving client and employee experiences through culture. In her role, as Managing Partner at Rhino Ridge Capital Investments Kylie is dedicated to empowering individuals with her expertise, showcasing her commitment to promoting education and diversification that is best for investors. Learn more about her at: https://rrcapinvestments.com/home
Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT, is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy created by psychologist Marsha Linehan in the early 1980s. It's an evidence-based, highly successful type of therapy used to help people regulate intense emotions and improve their relationships. What does this have to do with problem-solving? Well, in all its brilliance, DBT outlines four ways to solve any problem and I've been using this strategy with great success with all my clients. These four ways to solve any problem are easy to learn and integrate so you can start meeting challenges with clarity and calm. ____________________________ Full blog and show notes: https://abbymedcalf.com/the-four-ways-to-solve-any-problem Grab my FREE Mindfulness Starter Kit: https://abbymedcalf.com/product/mindfulness-starter-kit/ ____________________________ Want to feel happier and more connected in your relationship? Buy my #1 bestselling book on Amazon, Be Happily Married: Even If Your Partner Won't Do a Thing: https://abbymedcalf.com/book Looking for past episodes of the Relationships Made Easy Podcast? Head over to https://abbymedcalf.com/podcast and https://abbymedcalf.com/podcast-the-archives where you'll find every single episode. Subscribe today to get my love letter to you! This biweekly reminder will keep you on the path to creating connected, happy relationships (especially the one with yourself!). https://abbymedcalf.com/ For more quick tips, subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://abbymedcalf.com/youtube Ready to dig deeper? Take one of my online courses (some are FREE!) or grab a workbook: https://abbymedcalf.com/shop/ A great idea to stay motivated and keep your head in a positive direction is to buy some of my fabulous, inspirational merchandise. Get yourself a t-shirt, mug, tote bag, or notebook with that daily reminder that you've got this! https://abbymedcalf.com/shop/ Say hello on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbymedcalf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbymedcalfthriving LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/abbymedcalfthriving YouTube: https://abbymedcalf.com/youtube
Paula Horn is Chief Investment Officer of the public securities group of Brookfield Asset Management. She has had an extensive career in investing, which has spanned investment grade credit, credit derivatives and other public investing. She holds a number of investment committee and Trustee roles. Our conversation starts with her upbringing in an Italian American family in the suburbs of Boston, where she was the first member of her family to graduate with a four year undergraduate degree, during which she spent time studying in Russia. Graduating into a recessionary environment led her to a consulting career, which took her to Bermuda and ultimately - via a circuitous route - to investing, and credit in particular. As she moved through various kinds of entities, including some start-ups and witnessed some mergers she became adaptive, flexible, and ultimately resilient to set-backs and the need to pivot to where opportunity lies. We translate these skills now into her role at the helm (CIO) of the public securities group at Brookfield and examine the kinds of products now on the horizon, how client demand is evolving and how the sector is likely to look in years to come, including its likelihood of further adaptation to meet the sustainability agenda. Series 5 of 2023 is sponsored by With Intelligence, which connects investors and managers to the right people and data to raise and allocate assets effectively. The music in this podcast series - provided by Julia Kwamya - is available on her album on Spotify: Feel Good about Feeling Bad https://open.spotify.com/album/7lTQWSHeaVo3xHuF9q8ilv?si=uvGJZX7FQ9-2wX-0e951ZA&nd=1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this latest episode of The Evolving Leader podcast, co-hosts Jean Gomes and Emma Sinclair talk to Mike Skrypnek. Mike is a strategist helping entrepreneurs and industry leaders find their happiness. He is the founder and chair of The UNLimited WORTH Wellness Society and Project, an organisation that he set up to realise a vision of a world free from the impacts of trauma. Mike hosts the Unlimited Worth podcast and in August 2023 his book UnLimited Worth was published.References from this episode:UNLimited WORTH: Lessons of Healing from Childhood Trauma; Finding Happiness, Love and Success for Male LeadersThe UNLimited Worth podcastOther reading from Jean Gomes and Scott Allender:Leading in a Non-Linear World: Building Wellbeing, Strategic and Innovation Mindsets for the Future (Jean Gomes, 2022)The Enneagram of Emotional Intelligence: A Journey to Personal and Professional Success (Scott Allender, 2023)Social: Instagram @evolvingleader LinkedIn The Evolving Leader Podcast Twitter @Evolving_Leader YouTube @evolvingleader The Evolving Leader is researched, written and presented by Jean Gomes and Scott Allender with production by Phil Kerby. It is an Outside production.
Tony Reale, Founder and Director of Media Productions for Creative Edge Productions, joins Dr. Fred Johnson on the latest episode of the InitiativeOne Leadership Podcast. Together, they discuss the importance of showing value to clients, learning from failure, and how to differentiate yourself in the crowded world of social media. Learn more about the excellent value Tony and Creative Edge Productions bring to their clients (including us at InitiativeOne!): https://creativeedgepro.com. Connect with Tony on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyreale/. ►►Register for our next Think Tank: https://www.initiativeone.com/events ►►Register for our free Masterclass: https://learn.initiativeone.com/masterclass InitiativeOne: Leadership Institute Eliminate Drama, Improve Decision-Making, and Win as a Team. To learn more, visit https://www.initiativeone.com. Leadership Transformation | Leadership Foundations | Strategic Planning | Online Leadership Courses | Keynote Speaking | Executive Coaching Follow Us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/initiativeone.
Collaboration is good, but friction is needed to solve tough problems as a group. The quality of information depends on stark individualism, rather than some engineered collaboration based on excess politeness and etiquette. In this episode I argue that collaboration should not be equated to "being nice", and that the energy and authenticity we need to work well in groups depends on a good deal of friction and even anger.Support the show
In this episode of Peak Performance Selling Podcast, hosts Jordan Benjamin and Jake Dunlap explore the keys to sustainable peak performance in sales. They discuss the detrimental effects of burnout and how it often stems from a misalignment between one's passions and their career choices. Jake emphasizes the importance of adopting a growth mindset and continuously learning to stay ahead in the ever-evolving sales landscape. He also highlights the power of problem-solving through online resources like Google and YouTube. The conversation touches on the tech-savvy nature of younger generations entering the workforce and their potential to disrupt traditional approaches to sales.PEAK PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS QUOTES"It's your responsibility to be happy. You can find joy in learning every day is a chance to get better." - Jake Dunlap"Every single problem you are facing has already been solved. Go find a process, try it, do it." - Jake DunlapYou can connect with Jake Dunlap through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakedunlap/If you're listening to the Peak Performance Selling Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.Jordan Benjamin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanbenjamin/MyCoreOs.com: http://mycoreos.com/Podcast: https://www.mycoreos.com/podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/jbenj09
Back again with AUA #3 - we're getting there people! Only, uhh, seven questions to go? Incremental progress baby. Plus, we see a good old Vaden and Ben fight in this one! Thank God, because things were getting a little stale with Vaden hammering on longtermism and Ben on cliodynamics. We cover: Is hypnosis a real thing? Types of universality contained within the genetic code Pressures associated with turning political/philosophical ideas into personal identities How do emotions/feelings interface with our rational/logical mind? How should they? Vaden's (hopefully one-off) experience with Bipolar Type-1 and psychosis Is problem solving the sole purpose of thinking? Vaden says yes (with many caveats!) and Ben says wtf no you fool. Then we argue about how to watch TV. Questions (Neil Hudson) Are there any theories as to the type of universality achievable via the genetic code (in BOI it is presumed to fall short of coding for all possible life forms)? (Neil Hudson) Wd be gd to get your take on: riffing on the Sperber/Mercier social thesis v. individual, if one is scarce private space/time then the need to constantly avow one's public identity may “swamp” the critical evaluation of arguments one hears? Goes to seeking truth v status (Arun Kannan) What are your thoughts on inexplicit knowledge (David Deutsch jargon) and more broadly emotions/feelings in the mind ? How do these interplay with explicit ideas / thoughts ? What should we prioritize ? If we don't prioritize one over the other, how to resolve conflicts between them ? Any tips, literature, Popperian wisdom you can share on this ? (Tom Nassis) Is the sole purpose of all forms of thinking problem-solving? Or can thinking have purposes other than solving a problem? Quotes Reach always has an explanation. But this time, to the best of my knowledge, the explanation is not yet known. If the reason for the jump in reach was that it was a jump to universality, what was the universality? The genetic code is presumably not universal for specifying life forms, since it relies on specific types of chemicals, such as proteins. Could it be a universal constructor? Perhaps. It does manage to build with inorganic materials sometimes, such as the calcium phosphate in bones, or the magnetite in the navigation system inside a pigeon's brain. Biotechnologists are already using it to manufacture hydrogen and to extract uranium from seawater. It can also program organisms to perform constructions outside their bodies: birds build nests; beavers build dams. Perhaps it would it be possible to specify, in the genetic code, an organism whose life cycle includes building a nuclear-powered spaceship. Or perhaps not. I guess it has some lesser, and not yet understood, universality. In 1994 the computer scientist and molecular biologist Leonard Adleman designed and built a computer composed of DNA together with some simple enzymes, and demonstrated that it was capable of performing some sophisticated computations. At the time, Adleman's DNA computer was arguably the fastest computer in the world. Further, it was clear that a universal classical computer could be made in a similar way. Hence we know that, whatever that other universality of the DNA system was, the universality of computation had also been inherent in it for billions of years, without ever being used – until Adleman used it. Beginning of Infinity, p.158 (emph added) References Derren brown makes people forget their stop (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kSq7dPlw0A) Bari Weiss's conversation (https://open.spotify.com/episode/2WvW8VnfzwIM155NcFXwe5) with Freddie deBoer on psychosis, bipolar, and mental health. This conversation addresses the New York Times article (https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/17/magazine/antipsychotic-medications-mental-health.html) which views having schizophrenia, bipolar, etc as no better or worse than not having schizophrenia, bipolar, etc. Also contains Vaden's favorite euphemism of 2022: "Nonconsensus Realities" Sad existentialist cat (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBjU3Ii7lfs) Send Vaden an email with a thought you have not designed to solve a problem at incrementspodcast.com Socials Follow us on Twitter at @IncrementsPod, @BennyChugg, @VadenMasrani Come join our discord server! DM us on twitter or send us an email to get a supersecret link Toss us some coin over hur (patreon subscription approach (https://www.patreon.com/Increments/posts) or the ko-fi, just give us cash you animal approach (https://ko-fi.com/increments)), and click dem like buttons on youtube over hur (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_4wZzQyoW4s4ZuE4FY9DQQ).
Welcome back to another episode of The Tim Macy Show! In today's episode, we are joined by the Rachael Novak, a successful leader in the real estate industry. We dive deep into the topic of leadership and how engaging with mistakes can lead to breakthroughs and success. Rachael shares her expertise on creating effective partnerships, leveraging resources, and building a strong team. We explore the importance of setting clear expectations and providing proper training, as well as the value of personality assessments in business partnerships. Rachael also discusses her journey of overcoming failure, hiring the right people, and fostering a culture of growth and collaboration. Stay tuned for invaluable insights on accountability, goal-setting, and the power of consistency. Let's dive right in!
José Manuel Barroso's path from academia to politics is a journey fuelled by curiosity and lifelong learning. Starting as a law professor in Portugal, he rose to become the Prime Minister of Portugal in 2002 and later served as the President of the European Commission from 2004 to 2014, steering through critical events like the Lisbon Treaty, the 2008 financial crisis, and the European Sovereign Debt Crisis. Discover how José's upbringing influenced his curiosity and love for learning, and how these traits played a pivotal role in his successful political career. Explore how his commitment to curiosity has shaped his leadership style and guided him through challenging situations and crises. Join us for these insightful conversations and more with José Manuel Barroso in the Season 5 premiere episode of The Curious Advantage Podcast. Continue this curious conversation with us over on our LinkedIn page and share your thoughts and feelings on this episode. Get your copy of The Curious Advantage on Amazon The Curious Advantage Audiobook is also available on audible Follow The Curious Advantage on LinkedIn Produced by Aliki Paolinelis, Jessica Wickham & Edited by Roman Pechersky, Danny Cross. About the Curious Advantage Podcast Series The Curious Advantage Podcast series is brought to you by the authors of the book The Curious Advantage, Paul Ashcroft, Simon Brown & Garrick Jones and it is about how individuals and organisations use the power of curiosity to drive success in their lives and organisations, especially in the context of our new digital reality. It brings to life the latest understanding from neuroscience, anthropology, history and behaviourism about curiosity and makes these useful for everyone. About ‘The Curious Advantage' Book The Curious Advantage is an exploration of the idea of Curiosity and its increasing importance for thriving in the digital age. Taking the widest possible exploration of things Curious – historical, contemporary, neuro-scientific, anthropological, behavioural, semantic and business-focused. At the heart of the book is our model of Curiosity, called 'Sailing the 7 C's of Curiosity'. This model provides individuals with a practical framework for how to be successfully Curious and use Curiosity as a power skill to unlock their own potential. To find out more visit: curiousadvantage.com
In this episode of The Evolving Leader podcast, co-hosts Jean Gomes and Emma Sinclair talk to Emma Sky. Emma is an expert on conflict, reconciliation and stability, and has worked mainly in the Middle East. She served in Iraq as the political advisor to US General Ray Odierno and General David Petraeus during the surge and is now Director of the International Leadership Center at Yale University, overseeing the Yale World Fellows program and other initiatives. Emma Sky is a Senior Fellow at Yale's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, where she lectures on Middle East politics and global affairs.SUGGESTED READING FROM THIS EPISODE:The Unravelling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq (Emma Sky, 2015)In a Time of Monsters: Travelling in a Middle East in Revolt (Emma Sky, 2019)The Enneagram of Emotional Intelligence: A Journey to Personal and Professional Success (Scott Allender, 2023)Social:Instagram @evolvingleaderLinkedIn The Evolving Leader PodcastTwitter @Evolving_LeaderYouTube @evolvingleader The Evolving Leader is researched, written and presented by Jean Gomes and Scott Allender with production by Phil Kerby. It is an Outside production.
Old SEO vs New SEO is a big topic for discussion! This episode will get you straight. Read this article on Old SEO vs New SEO for more details. --------- EPISODE SUMMARY --------- Prepare to amplify your online presence like never before. As we dive into the heart of Search Engine Optimization, you'll acquire the tools and knowledge to make your website a magnetic force for your target audience. Strap in, as we embark on a comprehensive journey through the evolution of SEO, from old to new strategies, exploring how to use your website to drive more traffic, enhance visibility, and ultimately, grow your business. We'll unleash insights into the intricate world of SEO - keyword optimization, website management, DNS records and more, all tailored to propel your business onto the forefront of search engine results. We'll discuss the power of compelling content and the importance of an organized page structure. Learn how to add context to your articles, how to make your business stand out with a 'word cloud,' and how to protect your domain as a valuable asset. But we're not just about the technicalities. We also delve into the human side of SEO. We'll show you how to make your website inviting to visitors, how to use filters effectively, how to solve a problem for your audience, and how to write articles that will rank organically. By the end of this episode, whether you're a beginner or an SEO expert, you'll have unlocked a treasure trove of SEO wisdom that will transform your online business. So, what are you waiting for? Let's get started! --------- EPISODE CHAPTERS WITH SHORT KEY POINTS --------- (0:00:03) - Exploring Old and New SEO Strategies We discuss SEO, building a house to express feelings, using filters to position in search, and thanking Rocky for his service. (0:05:59) - The Evolution of SEO Strategies We discuss filters, content pillars, page structure, time management, and digital marketing strategies. (0:19:33) - New SEO and Keyword Optimization Way Word clouds help businesses be seen, compare options, create content to rank higher, and automate decisions. (0:27:43) - SEO and URL for Business Growth We create commercial assets to build value, create content, solve problems, and increase website awareness. (0:35:56) - Optimizing SEO for Personal Branding We analyze keywords in SEO to increase visibility, create content with key phrases, and use a "word cloud" to build value. (0:49:12) - The Importance of Owning Your Domain Owning a domain, subdomains, exact match domains, hosting platforms, digital real estate, Google Search Console, content pillars, page structure, and multiple assets are discussed to build an online presence. (0:56:30) - Understanding SEO and Website Management We explore the importance of domain ownership, keywords, and commercial assets for SEO success. (1:04:15) - Understanding DNS Records and Name Servers We discuss domain and name servers, DNS records, A records, MX records, TXT records, CNAME records, and name servers for secure domain functionality. --------- EPISODE KEYWORDS --------- SEO, Website Management, Domain, DNS Records, Name Servers, Keyword Optimization, Content Pillars, Page Structure, Word Cloud, Filters, Problem Solving, Organic Ranking, Commercial Assets, Domain Ownership, Digital Real Estate, Google Search Console, A Records, MX Records, TXT Records, CNAME Records NEW SEO COURSE RELEASED The Demystifying SEO mini-course is designed to provide marketers and business owners with a clear understanding of the significance of SEO & CRO in driving organic traffic with sales for higher website visibility & conversions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Grab My Virtual Business Card here: https://poplme.co/hash/lQZ4jOcr/2/s --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wedontplay/message
From crops that grow faster to rice that could stop children going blind - the world is full of genetically modified products waiting to come onto the market. Genetic modification techniques in plants have huge problem-solving potential, but are often clouded in controversy. Most scientists say GM food is safe, yet some consumers and environmental campaigners remain unconvinced. This week we look at the potential, and the controversy, in this futuristic field. Presenter: Myra Anubi Reporter: Lizzy McNeill Series producer: Tom Colls Sound mix: Annie Gardiner Editor: Penny Murphy Email: email@example.com Image: Illustration of a strand of DNA (Getty Images)
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Former Air Force officer Brian Humphreys shares his journey from aircraft maintenance to hands-on innovation, blending military service, family life, and civilian work. Hear Brian's perspective on bridging the military-civilian divide, including lessons on motivation, communication, and working within bureaucracy. He explains his role spearheading new logistics software for the F-35 through the Mad Hatter project, giving a behind-the-scenes look at military innovation. Brian also provides an inside glimpse into the networking and relationships critical for senior leaders driving change. He discusses the difficulties of innovating in competitive, execution-focused environments and overcoming roadblocks as junior leaders. With insights on spouse support, adopting 3 kids and having another while moving up the ranks, and making a positive impact through work, Brian paints a holistic picture of service and leadership
Giving up for the time being and coming back to the problem later can provide a brand new perspective because giving up can allow your mind to relax and create the mental space needed for innovation and creativity. In this solo episode, Lucy gives a new insight about using "giving up" as a problem solving strategy. Connect with Lucy: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mslucyliu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mslucyliu Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/mslucyliu LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mslucyliu TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mslucyliu YouTube: https://youtube.com/@mslucyliu Website: https://www.lucyliucoaching.com Podcast: https://www.lucyliucoaching.com/podcast Wanna double your confidence in 30 seconds? Get the ultimate secret here: http://www.confidentandepic.com Shownotes: https://www.lucyliucoaching.com/podcast-192
A calm, sleep-inducing story read for 7-10 minutes, followed by 12 uninterrupted hours of 4hz (Delta Waves) Binaural Beats for Deep Sleep. (Left Channel 104hz) - (Right Channel 100hz) = (Delta Frequency 4hz) *For those interested in the science behind the incredible effectiveness of Binaural Beats for sleep, see more at the end of this description. In the enchanting underwater village of Seloria, Evalynn, a young mermaid with iridescent scales, indulges in her daily routine. Starting her day collecting kelp leaves, she moves on to rejuvenate under the coral fountain formed by gentle manatees, crafts melodies with hollow shells that attract mesmerized marine life, narrates tales to merchildren at the sandbanks, and unwinds at the Coral Cafe. As day turns to twilight, she retreats to a secluded alcove, a place of personal reflection, where she eventually succumbs to the comforting embrace of sleep, lulled by the harmonious symphony of the ocean. ---
In this episode of The Evolving Leader podcast, co-hosts Jean Gomes and Scott Allender talk to leadership consultant, author and AI expert Nick Chatrath. In his work, Nick's focus is helping others be all they can be, and currently that includes helping clients bridge the gap between what it means to be human in a new world of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and in creating environments where others can do their best thinking. In February 2023, Nick's book ‘The Threshold, Leading In The Age of AI' was published, within which Nick presents a framework for how leaders can adapt to the new age of AI by leaning in the qualities and skills that make us uniquely human. The Threshold: Leading in the Age of AI (Diversion Books, 2023) www.youtube.com/@evolvingleader0'00 Introduction4'58 Tell us about yourself and your career and what led you to write your book?7'17 In your view what are the qualities that make us uniquely human and give us the advantage?9'26 Your book is about our relationship with AI and you talk about needing to manage both a psychological independence from AI while simultaneously maintaining a close relationship with it. Can you delve into that for us?12'30 How do you prime the people you work with to try and get into this more divergent form of thinking?16'11 Tell us more about the competitive advantage for an organisation that embraces the more human piece versus the companies that are prioritising the technology19'26 You point out that old models of leadership are obsolete. In your view, which models of leadership should be done away with and what should they be replaced with?21'56 What do you think in terms of how we need to evolve to co-exist with AI as a pervasive environment?26'25 How do we not fall into the trap of embracing almost magical properties onto AI and ensuring that it's not the GPS system that takes us over the cliff?30'15 How do we start to raise leadership consciousness as things move forwards so rapidly?35'15 What's next for you? Where are you taking this?36'27 What's the hope for your daughters? What kind of world do you hope they will step into in terms of their relationship with technology? Social:Instagram @evolvingleader LinkedIn The Evolving Leader Podcast Twitter @Evolving_Leader YouTube @evolvingleader The Evolving Leader is researched, written and presented by Jean Gomes and Scott Allender with production by Phil Kerby. It is an Outside production.
Ever wished for a sustainable and cost-effective solution for periods? Brace yourself for an enlightening conversation with the game-changers of the period product industry, Ruby and Dave, founders of WUKA. Our dialogue takes us across continents, from the cultural practices of Nepal to the bustling markets of the UK, as we learn about their journey in transforming period health.This conversation unravels the innovative process behind WUKA's trailblazing period underwear. We delve into the functional intricacies of their products, shedding light on how they achieve absorbency, dryness, and comfort while minimizing odors. Prepare to be astounded as we compare the performance of their products against the traditional ones available in the market. In our final segment, we talk dollars and sense. We dissect the financial and environmental advantages of switching to sustainable period products. Ruby and Dave also share pearls of wisdom for budding entrepreneurs, emphasizing the significance of developing solutions for existing problems and spotting market gaps. We round off with a critical discussion on greenwashing and the necessity of providing consumers with transparent data. As we wrap up, you will be left with a fresh perspective on the period product industry and an urgent awareness of the need for sustainable alternatives. Gear up to have your notions challenged and your curiosity piqued!--------- EPISODE CHAPTERS ---------(11:54) - Period Underwear Shaking Up the Market(16:54) - Sustainable and Cost-Saving Period Products(29:33) - Entrepreneur Advice(38:19) - Transparent Data on Greenwashing and CO2 -------- Subscribe to Saving Tomorrow's Planet Podcast Apple Spotify
In this episode of Peak Performance Selling Podcast, host Jordan Benjamin interviews Adam Jay, a sales leader with a passion for creating winning cultures and developing leaders. They explore the misconceptions about sales and the transition from being a top seller to a successful manager. Adam emphasizes the importance of humility, coaching, and helping others as key qualities of effective leadership. He shares his personal journey and highlights the need for continuous self-investment and learning in leadership roles. Adam also introduces the concept of an inverted org chart, where leaders empower their teams to excel.PEAK PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS QUOTES"Helping customers see value and get a return on investment is not dirty sales." - Adam Jay"Being a top performer doesn't automatically make you a good manager." - Adam Jay"To be a good leader, you need to be humble, willing to help, and share your ideas." - Adam Jay"Leadership is about enabling and empowering your team, not dictating orders." - Adam Jay"The org chart should be inverted, with leaders at the bottom, supporting their team." - Adam JayYou can connect with Adam Jay through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adambjay/If you're listening to the Peak Performance Selling Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.Jordan Benjamin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanbenjamin/MyCoreOs.com: http://mycoreos.com/Podcast: https://www.mycoreos.com/podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/jbenj09
Join Coach Karena as she interviews the inspiring and innovative LaNee Bradshaw, a self-made entrepreneur and professional collaborator. In this episode of Go Be Great, LaNee shares her journey to success, starting from her childhood in a family of female entrepreneurs to becoming a trailblazer herself. Discover the power of embracing failure, the importance of collaboration, and how LaNeed helps businesses find overlooked opportunities and monetize them. Get ready for an enlightening and empowering conversation with a thought leader who challenges traditional paths to create a better world for entrepreneurs. Learn about and connect with LaNee via her Instagram page: Instagram (@laneebradshaw) GO BE GREAT! WITH COACH KARENA PODCAST https://gobegreatcoachcing.com Are you interested in being a guest on the show? Grab this link, create your profile, submit your request, and we will review your submission within ten days. If we believe you're a great fit, we will reach out to you to schedule a recording! Break through boundaries and craft your destiny. Join the
Did you know troubleshooting is a skill? Because it is a skill, we can develop it. Also, it can be a lot like a game of Chutes and Ladders! You roll the dice and sometimes you get to the right place and climb a ladder, make progress, and sometimes you find yourself in an uh-oh moment, realize you've been wrong and slide down a Chute and have to go back to the beginning or to an earlier starting point.The four phases of Troubleshooting are:Start with what you know.Move forward one square at a time.If you slide, start over.Get to the Finish Line!Visit www.kellybargabos.com to listen to all past episodes and/or connect with Kelly.
In this episode of Peak Performance Selling Podcast, host Jordan Benjamin interviews Adam Jay, a sales leader with a passion for creating winning cultures and developing leaders. Adam shares valuable insights into the challenges and benefits of working remotely, especially in the context of sales teams. He discusses how he prioritizes spending time with his son, even during work hours, and how that practice has humanized his interactions with both customers and colleagues. The conversation covers topics like trust, effective communication, and finding the right balance between work and personal life. Adam emphasizes the importance of embracing remote work culture and allowing employees to be their authentic selves, even when family and pets are part of the environment. He also touches on the evolution of sales as a profession and how the focus is shifting towards genuine human connections and problem-solving.PEAK PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS QUOTES"Don't care if the world's on fire, nothing is more important. And I've had reps say to me like, 'Oh, you know, the customer could only meet at this time.' I respond back to the customer and I'm super transparent about it.""It's humanizing yourself. I'm more than a VP of sales at reprise. I'm more than an AE of reprise. I'm a dad. I'm a husband.""When you look at folks like customer success or product, like, how do you know that they're working? And I think that you have to trust and set expectations.""Embrace it, embrace working from home. There's nothing wrong with the dog barking in the background. There's nothing wrong with the kid walking in the room.""You don't need to be sorry for the dog barking or the kid wanting to say hi. We're humans."You can connect with Adam Jay through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adambjay/If you're listening to the Peak Performance Selling Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.Jordan Benjamin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanbenjamin/MyCoreOs.com: http://mycoreos.com/Podcast: https://www.mycoreos.com/podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/jbenj09
Wharton Professor of Operations, Information & Decisions Christian Terwiesch joins the show to discuss a new Mack Institute paper on how ChatGPT is a better innovation "ideator" than MBA students. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Empowering Therapists Through Personal and Professional Growth In this enlightening episode of "Soul Care for Therapists," host Dawn Gabriel engages in a deep and meaningful conversation with Kelly Lynch, a seasoned therapist and coach who specializes in helping individuals navigate both their personal and professional lives with resilience and empowerment. Kelly brings a wealth of experience to the table, having not only walked the path of a therapist but also as a survivor of domestic violence and a former EMS personnel. Her unique journey has given her profound insights into the integration of faith and psychology, making her a guiding light for therapists striving to build sustainable businesses while honoring their own well-being. Discovering Resilience Amidst Personal Challenges Kelly opens up about her transformative experiences, shedding light on her own journey through a challenging divorce and her triumphant emergence from domestic violence. Despite these trials, she demonstrates how resilience and grit can be harnessed to propel oneself forward. Kelly shares, "We argued about basically everything, uh, but from beginning to end it was six months, which is really fast for a contentious divorce. So again, like I got really lucky with the pace that the divorce moved at, so then I could just move on with my life." Grit and Power: A Model for Growth Kelly introduces her powerful coaching model, Grit and Power, which acts as a roadmap for therapists seeking personal and professional alignment. The Grit model encompasses Growth, Resilience, Identity, and Training, all vital components of personal development. Kelly explains, "Growth is about how we practice resilience, how we create resilience...how we adapt to the world around us." She further delves into the significance of Identity and Integrity, emphasizing the importance of staying aligned with one's core values. The Power model complements Grit by offering a practical approach to addressing challenges, with the acronym representing Pause for Perspective, Observe and Organize, Work the Problem, Express the Impact, and Recover. Balancing Professional Growth and Personal Well-being Kelly's approach to growth doesn't solely apply to the professional realm; she extends her insights to encompass personal lives as well. She shares her own experiences of parenting a tween daughter and emphasizes the value of practicing self-care and boundary-setting. She says, "When we think about mental health skills, they're just the same. It's just putting it into a different context." Kelly underscores the importance of debriefing and self-care, drawing parallels between her EMS background and the necessity for therapists to discharge energy after emotionally charged sessions. Tips for Integration and Transformation For therapists and business owners seeking integration of their faith and psychology, Kelly's wisdom offers tangible takeaways. Embrace the Grit and Power model to navigate challenges with resilience and intentionality. Identify personal values and live them out with integrity. Practice self-care as you balance professional demands and personal growth. Kelly's upcoming book, which delves into the Grit and Power model, promises to be an invaluable resource for therapists and individuals seeking holistic alignment. In Summary: Aligning Growth, Resilience, and Faith Kelly Lynch's journey from therapist to coach is one of empowerment, growth, and alignment. Her Grit and Power model serves as a beacon of hope for therapists navigating their own personal and professional challenges. Through resilience, intentionality, and self-care, Kelly encourages therapists to foster growth, embrace their identities, and thrive in both their businesses and personal lives. As a survivor, coach, and mentor, Kelly's insights remind us that personal growth is a lifelong journey that can be both transformative and empowering. About Kelly Kelly Lynch is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Life Coach, Personal Fitness Trainer, and Nutrition Coach. She has been walking with people through their journeys and challenges for over 20 years, beginning as an EMT in 2002, and moving into the mental health field in 2009. Kelly launched her first business, Turning Point Wellness, in 2014, and her clinical specialty is Acute Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Injuries in EMS professionals. Kelly launched The GRIIT Project in 2022, offering mindset coaching through her transformational GRIIT and POWER coaching systems. She speaks nationally and internationally on topics related to mindset and problem-solving, as well as teaching clinicians in private practice how to brand and successfully market. She specializes in teaching people how to practice authenticity and find alignment through the power of self-leadership. With the five pillars of GRIIT and POWER, Kelly will help you unlock your potential and build a life that feels even better than it looks. Links and Resources The Griit Project Kelly on Facebook and Instagram - @thegriitcoach Look for Kelly's book on Amazon scheduled to be published in February 2024 Sacred Space Community Groups - with Dawn Soul Care Retreats: Exclusively for therapists who want to recharge in a deep and fulfilling way. You will engage in your own spiritual journey, find some release from the work you do, as well as connect with other therapists all while enjoying the beauty of Colorado at a secluded and peaceful retreat center. Limited to 6-8 therapists. 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Economics has often been accused of making inferences about human behaviour without any real understanding of how we actually make decisions, choose between options or act against our stated interests. Behavioural economics combining economics and psychology started to accelerate its development in the 1980s, but its roots can be traced back to the 18th century economist Adam Smith. In this episode of The Evolving Leader podcast, co-hosts Jean Gomes and Scott Allender talk to Matthias Sutter, one of the world's leading behavioural economists about his (often) counter-intuitive findings, and how they can help leaders create fairer, more inclusive organisations.Behavioral Economics for Leaders (Matthias Sutter, 2023)firstname.lastname@example.org Give us a summary of your journey as an economist and the areas that you are most intrigued and excited about5.11 How do you approach this work and how is this field evolving?7.05 In your book your write about how economic outcomes are shaped by hidden biases. Can you unpack what's going on there?11.13 Can you share some of your findings around the value of these social skills and how they translate into financial benefits for organisations?14.24 What's the missing convincing component that we need to tap into?17.03 You have said that when you are trying to find a job, it's the weaker connections in your social network that are most important. Why is that?18.37 Something else you point out is that having more women in a start-up is a predictor of longevity. Tell us about this21.32 What happens when companies become more transparent with salaries?25.34 There are parts of the world that require transparency. What are some insights that will help leaders manage that double edged sword?27.36 You said that employees who don't support company mission statements are 50% less productive. Can you unpack that?31.18 Moving to the need for quotas to encourage more gender equality. Why do we need quotas?34.54 The underlying assumption is that being competitive is a core part of being a good leader, but you're saying that there is more to it than that37.01 Your research suggests that women leaders can earn more revenue per employee when they are on the board. Can you elaborate?39.57 What have you learnt about trust?44.43 Do you have any other insights or advice on how leaders might build or accelerate a sense of trust in their teams?47.14 Can we talk about decision making and money?50.55 Can we talk about your research into teenager's and children's decision making? What are you doing in that area? 53.33 What's the most powerful that helps children and teenagers to build that muscle of differed gratification?55.09 What have you learnt on what encompases or inhibits ethical behaviour amongst individuals and teams?Social:Instagram @evolvingleaderLinkedIn The Evolving Leader PodcastTwitter @Evolving_LeaderYouTube @evolvingleader The Evolving Leader is researched, written and presented by Jean Gomes and Scott Allender with production by Phil Kerby. It is an Outside production.Please take 5 minutes to complete our listener survey
Episode brought to you by Trend & Finaloop.Join 15k founders and marketers & get our pod highlights delivered directly to your inbox with the DTC Pod Newsletter! On this episode of DTC pod, Jordan & Victor join Blaine & Ramon to discuss everything about building a top tier CPG brand from the ground up.In this episode of DTC POD, Mina joins Blaine to dive into the world of Amazon and what it takes to be successful as a brand on the platform. From setting up a seller account to optimizing listings and advertising strategies, we cover everything you need to know as you launch products on Amazon's marketplace. You're not going to want to miss this one.We cover:1. Setting up and navigating Amazon's seller central account.2. Optimizing listings with SEO keywords and effective product images.3. Using customer feedback and reviews to improve products and branding.4. Understanding and navigating Amazon's complex advertising and marketing strategies.5. Managing inventory and avoiding stockouts to maintain sales performance.6. The importance of aggressive marketing and traffic generation on Amazon.7. Strategic pricing and profitability considerations for success on Amazon.Timestamps:02:06 Mina's founding of Trivium, an Amazon advertising agency; 142 brands.07:37 Strategies for success on Amazon; assessing product fit, competition.18:14 Analyzing keywords, studying competitors, creating unique products for Amazon.20:41 Amazon for research and testing; leveraging reviews, pricing competition.26:09 Process of setting up a seller central account on Amazon.30:20 Importance of optimizing listings, shipping strategies, avoiding stockouts.44:22 Managing loss, improving conversion rate, increasing ad spend.48:01 Let Amazon handle customer service; focus on feedback.53:00 Amazon's marketing improvements; tailored promotions, retargeting campaigns.54:42 Updates are noteworthy, especially for sellers.Shownotes powered by Castmagic---Past guests & brands on DTC Pod include Gilt, PopSugar, Glossier, MadeIN, Prose, Bala, P.volve, Ritual, Bite, Oura, Levels, General Mills, Mid Day Squares, Prose, Arrae, Olipop, Ghia, Rosaluna, Form, Uncle Studios & many more.Check out our guide to all the best brands here. Additional episodes you might like:• #175 Ariel Vaisbort - How OLIPOP Runs Influencer, Community, & Affiliate Growth• #184 Jake Karls, Midday Squares - Turning Your Brand Into The Influencer With Content• #205 Kasey Stewart: Suckerz- - Powering Your Launch With 300 Million Organic Views• #219 JT Barnett: The TikTok Masterclass For Brands• #223 Lauren Kleinman: The PR & Affiliate Marketing Playbook• #243 Kian Golzari - Source & Develop Products Like The World's Best Brands-----Have any questions about the show or topics you'd like us to explore further?Shoot us a DM; we'd love to hear from you.Want the weekly TL;DR of tips delivered to your mailbox?Check out our newsletter hereFollow us for content, clips, giveaways, & updates!DTCPod InstagramDTCPod TwitterDTCPod TikTok Mina Elias- CEO of TriviumRamon Berrios - CEO of Trend.ioBlaine Bolus - Co-Founder of Castmagic
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For today's episode, my guest is Shawn Myszka!!Shawn has been a multi time guest on this podcast, appearing back in episode 53 and episode 38.This time around, Shawn and I discuss his new paper he authored alongside Tyler Yearby and Keith Davids, titled "Reconceptualizing Movement Behavior in Sport as a Problem-Solving Activity".In addition to that, Shawn and I go down many rabbit holes regarding the topics of skill acquisition and coaching...Enjoy!!If you like today's episode, leave a review here....If you want to reach me directly, contact me on social media or shoot me @email@example.com.Have you heard, the Sports Movement Skill Conference is BACK!?...Click here for early bird pricing!Looking to learn more about skill acquisition and sport movement?..Visit the Emergence website and take the next step in your coaching career!Episode Resources:Shawn and Tyler's paper SMSC 2023 Registration Shawn's twitter Episode Webpage Credits: Song- "Starstruck" by Freebeats.ioCredits: Song- "Starstruck" by Freebeats.io Let's Chat!Twitter: @thecoachjavIG: @thecoachjav
Is the American education system backward? Justin and Lance delve into the traditional elementary school curriculum and question whether it truly equips children with essential life skills.tags: tsou, podcast, justin weller, lance jackson, education, elementary school, curriculum, language learning, early education, problem-solving skills, foundational skills, critical thinking, diversity, creativity, adaptability, lifelong learning, childhood education, podcast, learning strategies
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover's AI assistant, Charlotte, shares his recent Human Capital Leadership article, "Driving Innovation and Growth: Leveraging Collective Intelligence and Real-Time Problem-Solving." Read the full article here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/post/driving-innovation-and-growth-leveraging-collective-intelligence-and-real-time-problem-solving. From the conclusion: "The real-time problem-solving approach is a powerful tool that companies can use to stay ahead of the competition in today's fast-paced business environment. By looking at strategy through multiple lenses, generating new data through experimentation, and leveraging collective intelligence, companies can gain a broader perspective on threats and opportunities and adapt their strategies accordingly. By adopting this approach, companies can drive innovation, improve customer satisfaction, and increase revenue. As an HR, leadership, and change management consultant, I encourage companies to adopt the real-time problem-solving approach and embrace uncertainty to drive innovation and growth." Further explore the topics discussed in this episode with the new HCIConsulting Chatbot: https://poe.com/HCIConsulting. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Factor at www.factormeals.com/HCI50 and use code hci50 to get 50% off your first box! Check out Manifest at at https://bit.ly/manifesthci. Check out CrowdHealth and start your free trial at joincrowdhealth.com and use promo code HCI. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points.
A calm, sleep-inducing story read for 7-10 minutes, followed by 12 uninterrupted hours of 3hz (Delta Waves) Binaural Beats for falling asleep quickly. (Left Channel 103hz) - (Right Channel 100hz) = (Delta Frequency 3hz) *For those interested in the science behind the incredible effectiveness of Binaural Beats for sleep, see more at the end of this description. Rose embarks on a soothing train journey across the countryside, with the tranquil scenery of fields, forests, and coastlines unfolding outside her window. The rhythmic motion of the train, combined with a tapestry of natural sounds from chirping crickets to distant waves, lulls her into a peaceful slumber, mirroring the serenity of the night-time voyage. ---
Welcome, Mindset Warriors! Today, we're diving deep into the art and science of problem-solving. While life never hesitates to throw challenges our way, how we perceive and tackle them truly defines our journey. In today's society, it's easy to slip into the role of a 'problem starter,' always zeroing in on the negatives. We've all encountered individuals who seem to have a raincloud following them, spilling pessimism into every dialogue. But today, I challenge you: Let's shift that energy. Let's evolve from mere problem starters to proactive problem solvers. Being an effective problem solver isn't merely about conquering challenges; it's about adopting a solution-focused perspective. Whether you're sourcing answers independently or leaning into the wisdom of others, there's always a way forward. Join me in this episode as we explore actionable tips to enhance your problem-solving prowess, ensuring you're equipped to thrive in any scenario. Special Announcement: Mindset Warriors, we're taking our journey to the next level! Excited to announce that we'll soon be launching our exclusive app, tailor-made for personal and professional growth. Be the first to get updates and exclusive insights. Keep an eye on our Instagram, Don't Touch My Mindset and @thejaychase. This is a game-changer you'll want on your home screen!
One of the most important skills our kids can learn is problem solving! Lots of research has shown it leads to better academic performance, self-esteem, and social skills. This episode talks through this information and gives ideas for how to develop this skill in our kids.Problem solving comes from the prefrontal cortex, which is the last part of our brain to develop. But when we're in a stress response, that part of our brain is not working as well as it can, making problem solving hard. This process happens outside of our awareness and is largely not in our control. As adults, we learn different tips and tricks to remind ourselves of different things and make sure our problem solving and decision making are functioning. Our kids don't have those skills...yet. So, we should expect that our kids will forget almost everything and screw up when they're trying every new thing.The mistake we make as parents is TELLING them how to fix something or do it better, instead of letting them figure out, "What do you want to do differently."Subscribe, rate, and review us on Podchaser, Apple, or wherever you listen to podcasts!Follow us on social media to join the conversation!!!FacebookInstagram
Breaking the silence can be the starting point of problem-solving and innovation. Join us as our guest, Vicki Reyzelman, the Principal Strategic Technology Consultant at UKG, delves deep into the transformative power of trust, effective communication, and the art of asking the right questions to problem solve and innovate. Tune in to this episode to discover: ✔️Strategies for speaking up to problem-solve, especially when faced with aggressive clients, and the signs that show you've earned respect ✔️The underestimated value of casual chit-chat, building trust through non-work-related conversations, and why it's crucial to embed such interactions into your agenda ✔️The role of AI in innovation, emphasizing the significance of asking impactful questions and harnessing critical thinking ✔️How to build a culture of psychological safety within teams and with customers by encouraging team members to use contribute their strengths ✅ Request A Customized Workshop For Your Team And Company: http://assertiveway.com/workshops ✅ Follow Vicki Reyzelman: https://www.vickireyzelman.com · Article on practical innovation: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/practical-innovation-vicki-reyzelman/?trackingId=2WwGEp1RSwah%2BZ0xQT1jBg%3D%3D · Article on building a customer success culture: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/building-customer-success-culture-vicki-reyzelman/?trackingId=2WwGEp1RSwah%2BZ0xQT1jBg%3D%3D ✅ Follow Ivna Curi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2/ ✅ Other Episodes You'll Like What People Get Wrong About Trust 20 Reasons Why Successful Leaders Have Assertive Teams 4 Reasons Why It Is Important For Leaders To Speak Up The Respectful Way To Give Bad News To An Employee (With Reshmi Nair) 15 Ways To Show You Care About Your Team To Build Resilience For Hard Conversations Why You Need To Find Your Polite Way To Speak Your Mind 10 Conflict And Confrontation Myths Debunked 6 Conflict Myths: Lies Teachers Like To Tell About Confrontation Conflict with Courage, Curiosity & Compassion: Making a Difference in Your Life (With Dr. Debra Dupree) How To Get The Upper Hand When A Jerk Disparages You Publicly 5 Steps To Respond To Dismissive Comments ✅ Free Resources Podcast episode lists by theme: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/speakyourmindunapologeticallytopics Women in Tech Leaders Podcast Interviews: https://assertiveway.com/womenintechpodcastguests/ Podcast Summaries & More Email Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter Our Linkedin Blog Articles: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/6863880009879306240/ TEDx Talk How To Speak Up Safely When It's Psychologically Unsafe: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/safespeak 10 Day free Assertive And Liked Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/beassertiveandliked Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Other Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Podcast page: https://assertiveway.com/podcast-speak-your-mind-unapologetically/ ✅ Work With Us Workshops: http://assertiveway.com/workshops Services: https://assertiveway.com/offerings Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Contact me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2 Website: https://assertiveway.com ✅ Support The Podcast Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915 Ask me your question for the next episode: https://www.speakpipe.com/speakyourmindquestion ✅ Podcast Topic Compilations 8 Real Life Examples On How To Deal With Difficult Coworkers (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/8-examples-on-how-to-deal-with-difficult-coworkers Mastering Mentor & Sponsor Connections: Insider Advice from 5 Trailblazing Professionals (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/mastering-mentor-sponsor-connections-insider-advice-from-5-trailblazing-professionals How To Find Courage To Speak Up (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/how-to-find-courage-to-speak-up-4-examples 4 Examples On How To Get The Promotion You Want (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/4-examples-on-how-to-get-the-promotion-you-want 4 Tips On How To Successfully Share Your Ideas At Work (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/4-tips-on-how-to-successfully-share-your-ideas-at-work-compilation How To Cope With Stress At Work (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/how-to-cope-with-stress-at-work-compilation #SpeakYourMindUnapologetically #Innovation #Trust #AI #Communication #Leadership #ProblemSolving
Robert “Bob” M Donaldson is a change expert and the author of "Collaborative Power Grab." He is the founder of Collaborative Strategies Consulting, Inc. and has over 40 years of experience in leadership training and development. Bob specializes in helping leaders create high-performing teams by turning their employees into highly effective human beings.SHOW SUMMARYIn this episode of the Disruptive Successor Show, Jonathan Goldhill is joined by Bob. Bob believes that many leadership training programs are ineffective and fail to produce results. In his online course, Journey of Heroes, Bob teaches leaders how to create high-performing teams by turning their employees into highly effective human beings. He focuses on eight key areas, including mission, culture, communication, and problem-solving. By training employees to become experts in these areas, leaders can increase team performance and job satisfaction.KEY TAKEAWAYSMany leadership training programs are ineffective and fail to produce results.Bob Donaldson's online course, Journey of Heroes, teaches leaders how to create high-performing teams by turning their employees into highly effective human beings.The course focuses on eight key areas, including mission, culture, communication, and problem-solving.By training employees to become experts in these areas, leaders can increase team performance and job satisfaction.QUOTES"A lot of what's produced in the leadership training industry is the result of a study, not someone who has actually done the job successfully." - Bob Donaldson"When you turn your employees into highly effective humans, they give back to you as a super employee." - Bob DonaldsonConnect with Bob and check out his work through the links below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-m-donaldson-b121b867/Website: https://www.collaborativepowergrab.com/If you enjoyed today's episode, please subscribe, review, and share with a friend who would benefit from the message. If you're interested in picking up a copy of Jonathan Goldhill's book, Disruptive Successor, go to the website at www.DisruptiveSuccessor.com
The History of Self-Funding - Larry Turell Have you ever wondered how self funding in the insurance industry evolved over the years? Wonder no more because that is the theme of this episode of the Self-Funded with Spencer podcast. In our latest episode, host Spencer Smith and Larry Turrell dive into the fascinating history of self funding, from its humble beginnings to the innovative strategies used today. Discover how Larry's father helped pioneer one of the very first self funded plan for small to medium sized businesses, and how he passed on that expertise to his son, albeit with apparently some colorful disagreements along the way. Long before the world of benefits consulting, Larry was a bat boy for the New York Yankees. Larry actually met George Steinbrenner on an airplane at 17, and after making conversation with him, George asked if he would like to work concessions at Yankee Stadium. Larry brazenly said "no, but I would like to be a batboy"! And not only did he end up getting to perform that job as a teenager for a whopping $29/game at the time, he was also on field during the infamous "Pine Tar" game with George Brett. Larry hilariously recounts the story on the podcast, and it is definitely one to not miss! In this episode, Larry also opens up about his transition from working with his father to becoming an expert in his craft. He shares how he learned to always aim to "be better than the next guy", constantly expanding his knowledge and expertise. But what sets Larry apart is his dedication to understanding the intricacies of self-funding and his commitment to providing the best solutions for his clients. If you're curious to learn more about Larry's journey and gain insights into the world of employee benefits and consulting, this episode is a must-listen! Don't miss out on this opportunity to hear from one of the best in the industry. Tune in to Self Funded with Spencer podcast now!
Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET, discuss how problem solving is an often overlooked but major problem for learners. They chat about what they mean by “problem solving” and what it looks like both in and out of the classroom. They also share why this is an important conversation educational therapists should be having amongst themselves, with the learners they work with, and their parents. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/learnsmarterpodcast How to connect with us: Join our e-mail list Rachel's Kapp Educational Therapy Group website Steph's My Ed Therapist website @learnsmarterpodcast, @kappedtherapy, @myedtherapist
Discover the career journey of Quintin Haynes, a seasoned public servant with over a decade of experience at local, state, and federal levels. In this episode of "Career Cheat Code," he shares his insights, strategies, and valuable advice for thriving in the public sector. Quintin emphasizes the importance of mentorship, continuous learning, and adaptability in the ever-evolving landscape of government. He reflects on his role in managing government operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the unsung heroes who play a crucial role in keeping essential services running. Join us as we explore Quintin's commitment to bridging the gap between sectors for collaborative problem-solving.Follow Quintin Haynes;LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/quintinhaynes/Recommendations:ProgramsNew Leaders CouncilCouncil of Urban ProfessionalsMoviesPay it ForwardPodcastOprah Super Soul SundayThe EconomistPlease Rate & Review on your listening platform. Follow us on Instagram & LinkedIn @CareerCheatCode041 | Behind the Scenes of Government Operations with Quintin Haynes
Jay Sunde is a seasoned entrepreneur and business leader with a track record of success across various industries. As the President of Brick House Holdings, LLC, he has demonstrated his expertise in real estate and property development. Jay's entrepreneurial journey also includes co-founding Preschool Management Group, LLC, which showcases his innovative approach to addressing societal challenges through education.What You'll Learn:What It Means To Be Disciplined In Your Buy BoxUnderstanding Yourself And Building A Team To Support ThatTake The Risk, You May Stumble On A New Successful Business OpportunityHow To Get Involved:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jay-sunde-3861471/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jay.sundeIf what you heard resonated with you, you can find Jeff on Instagram, Facebook.And don't forget to visit us on Apple Podcasts to leave a review and let us know what you think! Your feedback keeps us going. Thanks for helping us spread the word!
In this episode of Selling From The Heart, hosts Larry Levine and Darrell Amy are joined by Anthony Garcia to discuss the importance of setting meaningful and emotionally invested goals in sales. Anthony emphasizes the need to move away from a transactional mindset and focus on building genuine relationships with prospects. He shares his personal experience of setting goals that are emotionally invested and how it has driven his success. Anthony also provides practical tips on how sales professionals can start setting meaningful goals and plan for adversity.Anthony Garcia is a sales expert with nearly two decades of experience in direct business-to-business and medical sales. He has achieved top accolades in his field and has trained and developed sales teams for various companies. Anthony is the author of "Catapulting Commissions" and the host of the "Catapulting Commissions" podcast. KEY TAKEAWAYSSelling from the heart means genuinely caring about solving a problem for the prospect and being invested in the outcome after the sale.Money is just a way to keep score; the real motivation comes from setting goals that are emotionally invested.To shift from a transactional mindset to a meaningful goal-setting mindset, start by identifying the worst-case scenario if you fail and realize that it's not as bad as it seems.Anticipate adversity and plan for it in your goal-setting process.Create smarter goals that are emotionally invested and have a reward attached to them.HIGHLIGHT QUOTES"Selling from the heart is truly believing that the product or service I'm selling can solve a problem that I completely understand." - Anthony Garcia"Money is just a way to keep the score at the end of the game. But the goal is what drives me." - Anthony Garcia"If you hit your other goal, that opportunity will present itself." - Anthony Garcia"What if you failed? What's the worst-case scenario? Usually, it's such a minute instance in your life." - Anthony Garcia"Plan for adversity on a daily basis. It doesn't have to be catastrophic; it could be as simple as a product going on backorder." - Anthony GarciaLearn more about Anthony Garcia: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonygarciainc/Learn more about Darrell and Larry: Darrell's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrellamy/Larry's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larrylevine1992/Website: https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/ Got a video about how you sell from the heart? Share it by texting VIDEO to 21000.Please visit BarnesandNobles.com to order your copy of the rerelease of the Selling from the Heart book. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE CHANNEL! https://www.youtube.com/c/sellingfromtheheartPlease visit WHY INSTITUTE:https://whyinstitute.com/Please go to WORK BETTER NOW:https://www.workbetternow.com/Click for your Daily Dose of Inspiration:https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/dailyCheck out the 2023 Authentic Selling Challenge:https://authenticsellingchallenge.com/Get your Insiders Group FREE PASS here:https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/free-pass
If you're feeling frustrated and overwhelmed because your current website design is not attracting diverse customers or fostering a sense of connection, then you are not alone! Perhaps you've been relying on generic templates and stock images, failing to capture the unique experiences of your target audience. Instead of cultivating empathy and inclusivity, your website may be leaving potential customers feeling unseen and excluded. What's a heart-centered small business owner to do? Thankfully, Iris Goldfeder is here to break down the essentials of accessibility, inclusion, and empathic design. (And by here, I mean literally on the floor of FAN EXPO Chicago with Annie!) It's a must-listen for nerds, empaths, and technology haters alike. Then, Iris and Annie share lessons learned from The Mandalorian, and go searching FAN EXPO for Grogu (aka Baby Yoda aka The Child). Trust us, this is the way (to fix your website)! Resources: - Connect with Iris through the GasStoveCreative website and her Linkedin. - Don't forget to check out her podcast, GasStoveCreative presents The Cookbook. FAN EXPO Acknowledgement and Gallery: This episode was made possible by the generosity and support of FAN EXPO Chicago's media and PR team. THANK YOU! To see a gallery of Iris and Annie's favorite Mandalorian finds, visit http://www.anniepruggles.com/grogu Special thanks to The Legging Lass, Whirl & Twirl, EWAcats, DisParody, The CroChic Shop, Tristan Young, The Pink Yodette, and Drew Blank (who was also featured in last year's episode!) for allowing me to include and share your art with this episode. Again, the link to the gallery is http://www.anniepruggles.com/grogu ABOUT FAN EXPO HQ: FAN EXPO HQ is the largest comic con producer in the world. Collectively it hosts more than one million fans annually at FAN EXPO Canada™, MEGACON Orlando, FAN EXPO Dallas™, FAN EXPO Boston™, FAN EXPO Denver, FAN EXPO San Francisco, Calgary Comics & Entertainment Expo, FAN EXPO Vancouver™, Toronto Comicon, Dallas FAN FESTIVAL and Edmonton Comics & Entertainment Expo. In 2022, FAN EXPO HQ presents six new shows previously organized by Wizard World: FAN EXPO Chicago, FAN EXPO Philadelphia, FAN EXPO St. Louis, FAN EXPO Portland, FAN EXPO New Orleans, and FAN EXPO Cleveland. The latest schedule of events is available here, along with up-to-date ticket information. Discover. Celebrate. Belong. What's Inside: 00:03:14 - ADA Compliance and Small Business Owners, 00:05:15 - Future Trends in Website Accessibility, 00:08:40 - Empathy and Inclusivity, 00:11:47 - Websites as Virtual Brick and Mortar, 00:18:11 - Tips for Ensuring Inclusivity and Compliance, 00:26:56 - The Power of Inclusive Marketing, 00:29:52 - Rejecting Irresponsible Marketing, 00:32:28 - Importance of Accountability, 00:34:02 - Small Mistakes Reflect on Big Ones, 00:40:45 - Entrepreneurship and Choice, 00:46:30 - Creating a Community, 00:47:40 - The Path of the Jedi, 00:50:31 - Intentionality and Choices, 00:53:07 - Babysitting Grogu, 00:55:40 - Hmk: Audit Your Homepage, Wanna binge? Check out these related episodes: 42: On Impact, Inclusion & Pitch Perfect (feat. Melissa Marcelissen) 43: On Storytelling, Problem-Solving & Star Wars (feat. Seth Erickson) 57: On Intentionality, Instinct & Rogue Agents (feat. Andrea Freeman) 79: On Self-Promotion, Belonging & Pee-wee's Playhouse (feat. Deanna Seymour) 83: The Business of Fandom: Live from FAN EXPO Chicago 2022
In the pop-culture tactical world today it's common to see Col. Boyd's Decision Cycle, the famed “OODA Loop”, applied to individuals and their actions, but indeed it has its origins as an institutional concept. If you need to solve problems as a team, or even an institution, it's important to know how it applies to group tactics and operations. In this episode Mike and Jim dive into just that. Institutional knowledge and memory are what gets used to solve problems, and that's why it's important for an organization to select compulsive problem-solvers as members. Everyone is going to bring their own viewpoint based on their specialty, but it's important for them to know when the problem is outside of their specialty, as well as how they can contribute when it's time to get…unconventional. Tune in to learn how to teach your team the difference. Find us on social media (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/YouTube) @TacTangents You can join the conversation in our Facebook Discussion Group. Find all of our episodes, articles, some reading list ideas, and more on our website www.tacticaltangents.com Like what we're doing? Head over to Patreon and give us a buck for each new episode. You can also make a one-time contribution at GoFundMe. Intro music credit Bensound.com