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Science of CX
Dr. Gleb Tsipursky: Are We Forgetting Something Big From Our Personas in CX?

Science of CX

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 46:20


Dr. Gleb Tsipursky helps tech and insurance executives drive collaboration, innovation, and retention in hybrid work.  He serves as the CEO of the boutique future-of-work consultancy Disaster Avoidance Experts, which helps organizations adopt a hybrid-first culture, instead of incrementally improving on the traditional office-centric culture. In today's episode we'll be featuring one of Dr. Gleb's bestsellers i.e The Blindspots Between Us: How to Overcome Unconscious Cognitive Bias and Build Better Relationships.  It's the first book to focus on cognitive biases in professional and personal relationships and illustrate how we can defeat these dangerous judgment errors in our relationships. Dr. Tsipursky's expertise comes from over 20 years of consulting, coaching, speaking, and training for innovative startups, major nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies who have all achieved outstanding results from his strategies.  In his free time, Dr. Gleb enjoys tennis, hiking, and playing with his two cats, and most importantly, he makes sure to spend abundant quality time with his wife to avoid disasters in his personal life. Key Takeaways. Understanding customer service from an emotional perspectiveReviewing a case study from Procter & Gamble - How emotions impacted their customers' perception of the company and ultimately their buying decisions. The pros of looking at different fundamental motivators when building a personaEmotional Blind Spots and how they affect decision making within an organizationComparing the productivity level between in-office workers and remote workersEmployee retention and recruitment - Leveraging effective leadership communication as strategy for high productivity, innovation and creativity within an organization Connect with Dr. Gleb Linkedin- https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-gleb-tsipursky/  Website - https://disasteravoidanceexperts.com/  Twitter - https://twitter.com/Gleb_Tsipursky  The Blindspots Between Us - https://www.amazon.com/Blindspots-Between-Unconscious-Cognitive-Relationships/dp/1684035082

The Wall Street Report by Pimm Fox
The Wall St. Report: June 30, 2022

The Wall Street Report by Pimm Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 12:01


Inflation eases and consumers are still spending, barely. A look at consumer spending on household products from such defensive companies as The Clorox Co., Procter & Gamble and Colgate-Palmolive. And one household company that's ready to fight the monkeypox virus.

Be Brave at Work
Episode 227: Maureen Falvey

Be Brave at Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 20:25


Join us on Be Brave at Work as we speak with Maureen Falvey. Maureen is a Leadership Coach and Consultant who works with high potential individuals and teams who want to lead with greater purpose, influence and effectiveness. Her results-based approach to coaching ensures that she and her clients go beyond having ‘nice conversations' to instead create real and lasting transformation around clearly established goals. She measures her own success by witnessing her clients become the very best version of themselves, at work and in life. Maureen had a dynamic and fulfilling 25-year career in advertising working at global shops such as McCann, Saatchi & Saatchi, Grey and, most recently, mcgarrybowen, where she was MD, Head of Account Services. She was fortunate to partner with some of the biggest and best marketers in the world, including Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Kraft, General Mills Inc, Novartis, Burger King and United Airlines where she was developing effective campaigns. Maureen was equally passionate about maximizing the impact and effectiveness of her teams through ongoing leadership training and development. She currently coaches individuals, groups and teams to accelerate their growth, realize their potential and live and work with greater purpose and passion. Links of Interest LinkedIn Website A special thank you to our sponsor, Cabot Risk Strategies. For more information, please visit them at CabotRisk.com Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! More information about Ed, visit Excellius.com © 2022 Ed Evarts

Brilla Siempre con Catherina
Ep. 80: Vivir tu Propósito en el mundo corporativo

Brilla Siempre con Catherina

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:26


¿Se puede ser feliz en el mundo corporativo? "O hippie o gerente..." Esas pensaba que eran mis 2 opciones antes de renunciar a Procter & Gamble después de 14 años de carrera como Gerente de Marketing. Y por eso me paralizaba el miedo de tomar una decisión. Cuando trabajamos en el mundo corporativo por años, de pronto empezamos a creer que solo hay una única forma de vivir/trabajar/ser feliz. Nos olvidamos que somos nosotros los que creamos nuestra propia receta de felicidad, nuestra propia historia de éxito. Eso fue lo que hizo Marco. Trabaja en Alicorp y es Instructor de Yoga 🧘🏻‍♂️ En este podcast te cuenta cómo encontró su Propósito de Vida, cómo se organiza para hacer todo lo que le llena el alma y qué te recomienda hacer si tienes miedo de intentarlo. Soy Catherina, Coach de Propósito de Vida y Speaker Internacional. Mi misión es que descubras tu Propósito de Vida y empieces a hacer lo que amas. Encuéntrame en Instagram como @catherina.coachdeproposito Y en Tik Tok como @catherina.coach Catherina

Creating Confidence with Heather Monahan
The Secret To OWNING Your Power With Dalia Feldheim Founder of Uppiness & Flow Leadership Consultancy Episode 228

Creating Confidence with Heather Monahan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 33:59


In This Episode You Will Learn About:  Finding your purpose  Empowering yourself and others  The resilience model  Resources: Website: daliafeldheim.com & www.uppinessgame.com  Read Dare To Lead Like A Girl  Join Building Resilience Webinar Email: dalia@daliafeldheim.com  LinkedIn: @Dalia Feldheim & @Uppiness Pte Ltd Instagram: @dalia.feldheim Twitter: @DaliaFeldheim Facebook: @daliafeldheim Overcome Your Villains is Available NOW! Order here: https://overcomeyourvillains.com  If you haven't yet, get my first book Confidence Creator Show Notes:  We have SO much power when it comes to discovering our purpose and taking control of our lives! As an Organizational Psychologist, Happiness Professor, and Leadership Coach, our guest Dalia Feldheim is empowering EVERYONE to own their power by increasing their JOY and humanizing the workplace. So what is the key to owning your power? The first step is connecting to both your masculine AND feminine energies, and encouraging others to do the same! Dalia shares how we can THRIVE in work environments that may test our resilience or patience. Remembering to operate from a place of strength will help you utilize your growth mindset, and can lead you to develop life changing opportunities. By discovering your purpose, you will bring your strengths to life. Unleash your power and connect to your passions NOW!   About The Guest: Are you ready for some excitement!? Joining us today is Flow Leadership Consultancy Founder, Dalia Feldheim, who enables and inspires organizations to promote an authentic, HAPPY, and psychologically safe working environment. Dalia spent the past two decades immersed in the corporate world working as a C Suite level Global Marketing Executive for Procter & Gamble, where she led the charge on some of the world's most ICONIC ad campaigns. She is on a mission to share her happiness expertise and to help shape the new generation!   If You Liked This Episode You Might Also Like These Episodes: Time is a Choice: How to Harness Productivity with Laura Vanderkam The BEST Way To Start Thinking Beyond Your Limitations with Dr. Mark Goulston Just Ask! The 10 Rules You Need to Ask With Confidence with Heather!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CzechCrunch Podcast
Petr Bena: Do Alzy jsem se dostal jen tak tak. Teď je v ní muž číslo tři a nasměroval ji k desítkám miliard

CzechCrunch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 88:25


Mezi nejvyšší muže Alzy, neohrožené jedničky mezi českými e-shopy, od předloňska patří také Petr Bena. Jako místopředseda představenstva řeší strategická rozhodnutí a celkové směřování Alzy. Co se teď děje mezi internetovými obchody, na které dopadá tíživá ekonomická situace? Očekávají propad tržeb i v Alze, nebo plánují dál rychle růst? A proč vlastně Petr Bena před lety po více než dvaceti letech odešel z vysoké pozice v obří společnosti Procter & Gamble, když ještě vůbec nevěděl, že se dostane v Alze tak vysoko? 

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast
Ep. #230. Bill Ciprick CEO of Optimi Health, Psylocibin Mushroom producer

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 63:27


https://www.optimihealth.ca/ About Bill: Over 25 years of Global experience across a wide array of industries in multifunctional organizations ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to small and medium-sized businesses. Bill graduated from UBC with a Bachelor Degree in Economics and has spent his career working in various cities across North America. Prior experience includes leading a specialty advisory practice for the Business Development Bank of Canada, running his own successful consulting firm and helping a high tech company go public and grow from $200 M to $800 M in under 4 years. Bill additionally spent 17 years at Procter & Gamble and has a love and proven track record for growing products and brands. Optimi HealthTM (CSE: OPTI – OTCQX: OPTHF – FRA: 8BN) believes that personal identity is a fluid and evolving aspect of all our lives This includes physical, spiritual and mental well-being. Our goal is to bring-to-market an evolving product family of functional mushroom-based formulations to help transform and “optimize” human development --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tango-romeo/message

The Talent Economy Podcast
Investing in New Beginnings

The Talent Economy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 22:17


How does the country's largest supermarket chain manage more than 400,000 employees across the country? Tim Massa, Senior VP and Chief People Officer of Kroger, dives into the company's comprehensive programs for employee engagement, such as diversity training, environmental volunteer opportunities, and leadership conferences.Tim Massa has more than 30 years of HR experience—20 of it with Procter & Gamble. Massa worked for P&G in several cities across the US before completing an international assignment in Poland. He eventually joined Kroger in 2010 as the Corporate VP of Human Resources, and in 2014, became Kroger's Senior VP and CPO. Some Questions Asked:How did Kroger address mental health concerns after the tragic events that occurred in their stores and factories? 13:06How have CSR and ESG efforts affected your ability to attract and retain talent? 7:10How did you manage leadership among globally diverse workforces? 5:22 In This Episode, You Will Learn:How Kroger retains diverse talent by investing in employees' education.How corporations foster a unified culture among leaders from different regions.How Kroger's diversity programs train staff to create an inclusive work culture. Links:Tim Massa - Company profileTim Massa - LinkedInKroger - LinkedInMichelle Labbe - LinkedInToptal - LinkedInThe Talent Economy podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Man Enough Podcast
Calling Us In: Season 1 Finale with 10+ Returning Guests

The Man Enough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 117:29


Over the past year, we have learned, challenged and grown together, thanks to our incredible guests who joined us each week. We are honored to have the chance to check back in with a number of them about how they've grown, found joy, and what's in their hearts and minds today. Hear from Tony Porter, ALOK, Richie Reseda, Eldra Jackson, Emily Baldoni, Rainn Wilson, Emmanuel Acho, Andy Grammer, Shaka Senghor, Jackson Katz, Giacomo Gianiotti, and Sam Baldoni in this dynamic, thoughtful, honest and sometimes funny first season finale. New episodes every Monday

Marketing Hack Show
189. La responsabilidad de un buen líder con Silvia Davila de Danone

Marketing Hack Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:00


Te doy la bienvenida a Marketing Hack Show, en este episodio invitamos a Silvia Davila, ella es Presidente Regional de Danone Latam desde hace ya casi 5 años. Trabajo por 12 años en Mars como VP & Global Food Chiel Marketing Officer y en Procter & Gamble como Latin American Marketing Director. En esta ocasión, Silvia fue la presidenta del Jurado en los premios IAB Mixx en 2022 y tuvimos la oportunidad de platicar sobre liderazgo, diversidad, inclusión en el trabajo y qué es lo que hace un buen líder.

NEOMA Alumni
REPLAY - WO.MEN - avec Véronique PENCHIENATI – BOSETTA, CEO International du groupe Danone

NEOMA Alumni

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 59:42


WO.MEN's Café : Une fois par mois, une rencontre de 60 mn avec des femmes et des hommes Alumni de NEOMA qui font bouger les lignes de la parité dans leur métier, et que nous choisissons pour leur parcours, inspirant, et pour leur impact, au quotidien. POUR CE WO.MEN'S CAFE EXCEPTIONNEL, nous avons le plaisir de recevoir Véronique Penchienati Bosetta (PGE 89), CEO International du groupe Danone et membre du COMEX. En parallèle, elle a occupé, en 2021, le poste de Co-CEO du Groupe Danone, jusqu'à l'arrivée du nouveau CEO Groupe, Antoine de Saint-Affrique. Véronique a évolué pendant plus de 23 ans au sein du Groupe Danone. Elle nous parlera de son parcours, de ses clés de réussite et de ses principaux défis au sein du groupe, dans un contexte particulièrement mouvementé. Intervenante Véronique Penchienati Bosetta (PGE 89). CEO International du groupe Danone. Membre du Comex. Co-CEO du Groupe Danone en 2021 jusqu'à l'arrivée du nouveau CEO Groupe, Antoine de Saint-Affrique. Véronique Penchienati Bosetta a commencé sa carrière en 1989 à Hong Kong pour Annick Goutal parfums. En 1991, elle rejoint Procter & Gamble France, où elle occupe plusieurs postes en marketing dans la division Hygiène Beauté. Elle rejoint Danone en 1999, d'abord comme Directrice Marketing de Lu France puis, en 2001, comme Directrice Monde de la marque Lu. En 2002, elle devient Directrice Marketing Monde du pôle Produits Laitiers et, en 2004, VP Marketing de l'activité Produits Laitiers de Danone en France. En 2009, Véronique est nommée Directrice Générale de Danone Eaux France, puis, en 2013, Vice-Présidente Europe d'Evian Volvic, avant de devenir Présidente d'Evian Volvic World en 2014. Le 1er octobre 2017, Véronique Penchienati Bosetta est nommée Directrice Générale Growth & Innovation. Elle est membre du comité Exécutif de Danone depuis le 1er février 2018. En janvier 2019, Véronique succède à Bridgette Heller en tant que Directrice Générale Nutrition Spécialisée. A compter du 1er novembre 2020, Véronique est nommée Directrice Générale International. En parallèle, à partir de mars 2021, elle a occupé le poste de Co-CEO du Groupe Danone, jusqu'à l'arrivée du nouveau Directeur Général, Antoine de Saint-Affrique.

Brave Bold Brilliant Podcast
Finding Your Voice with Jose Ucar

Brave Bold Brilliant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 63:37


In this episode, Jeannette talks to Jose Ucar, a global TEDx speaker, NLP coach, international business, marketing specialist and founder of Finding Excellence. As well as being the host of Speak to Sell Yourself And Your Business Show. They talk about public speaking, business, cultural diversity and much more. Jose also talks about how he learned to deal with being incredibly angry, most of the time. KEY TAKEAWAYS When you are comfortable in your own skin that is reflected in the way you communicate. Communicating as yourself sets you free. To find your authentic self, you have to put yourself out there. Confidence is a muscle that you build. Every single person has bad moments during each day. When you speak, appeal to all of your audience´s senses. Jose explains what that means. There are 700,000 aspects of body language, so your body language matters. Connect with your audience through story-telling. Don´t overwhelm. The mind can usually only take 7 to 9 pieces of information. BEST MOMENTS ‘Communication starts within. I am comfortable in my own skin. ´ ‘Appeal to all of the senses (of your audience) and use storytelling.' ‘I am very happy to ask for help.' ‘Hold yourself accountable, take action, be consistent.' This is the perfect time to get focused on what YOU want to really achieve in your business, career, and life. It's never too late to be BRAVE and BOLD and unlock your inner BRILLIANCE. If you'd like to join Jeannette's FREE Business Impact Seminar just DM Jeannette at info@jeannettelinfootassociates.com or sign up via Jeannette's linktree https://linktr.ee/JLinfoot  VALUABLE RESOURCES Brave, Bold, Brilliant podcast series - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/brave-bold-brilliant-podcast/id1524278970 EPISODE RESOURCES Connect to Jose on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Clubhouse.  Images: https://postimg.cc/gallery/3rc4vjb/ Website and handles below: www.joseucar.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/jose-luis-ucar/ https://www.instagram.com/jose_ucar_/channel/ https://www.facebook.com/JoseUcarPublicSpeakingCoach Surrounded by Idiots by Thomas Erikson - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Surrounded-Idiots-Behaviour-Understand-Understood/dp/1785042181/ ABOUT JOSE UCAR Host of the Speak to Sell Yourself And Your Business Show, a unique live event for business owners and people in business who want to sell more, stand out and grow through the power of their voice! Featured on Yahoo Finance and Yahoo News as one of the Top Ten Public Speaking Coaches. Some of his articles have been featured on Mentors, Thrive Global, Disrupt Magazine and The Influencer Age.   Jose Ucar is a global TEDx speaker, NLP coach, international business, marketing specialist and founder of Finding Excellence. Jose has spent the last 10 years travelling the world, successfully growing and promoting different businesses by working alongside them to bring about transformational change through the power of advanced communication skills. His goal is to give you the confidence to present the best version of yourself when communicating with others and speaking in public. “My motto is, learn to communicate with yourself first, then with others, and finally broadcast your message to the world," Jose says. This is reflected in his own personal speaking style, which he has spent years perfecting through learning neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), business, marketing and professional public speaking from some of the best coaches in the UK. Jose's clients and partners include Procter & Gamble, Sabio Group, Othership, Sports Work, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, The NHS, and General Assembly, to name a few.  He also has a growing community of over 40 thousand online students, with his signature World-Class Communicator Online Training Course being an amazing source of knowledge to give you the skills and techniques to adapt your presenting style and speech content for maximum impact in any setting. ABOUT THE HOST Jeannette Linfoot is a highly regarded senior executive, property investor, board advisor, and business mentor with over 25 years of global professional business experience across the travel, leisure, hospitality, and property sectors. Having bought, ran, and sold businesses all over the world, Jeannette now has a portfolio of her own businesses and also advises and mentors other business leaders to drive forward their strategies as well as their own personal development. Jeannette is a down-to-earth leader, a passionate champion for diversity & inclusion, and a huge advocate of nurturing talent so every person can unleash their full potential and live their dreams.  CONTACT THE HOST Jeannette's linktree - https://linktr.ee/JLinfoot https://www.jeannettelinfootassociates.com/ YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtsU57ZGoPhm55_X0qF16_Q LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jeannettelinfoot Facebook - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jeannettelinfoot Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jeannette.linfoot/ Email - info@jeannettelinfootassociates.com Podcast Description Jeannette Linfoot talks to incredible people about their experiences of being Brave, Bold & Brilliant, which have allowed them to unleash their full potential in business, their careers, and life in general. From the boardroom tables of ‘big' international businesses to the dining room tables of entrepreneurial start-ups, how to overcome challenges, embrace opportunities and take risks, whilst staying ‘true' to yourself is the order of the day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Geldmeisterin
Anlegen, wenn alles nach unten geht!

Geldmeisterin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 46:07


„Das Schlimmste wäre jetzt seine Anlagestrategie über den Haufen zu werfen“, warnt Robert Karas, Chief Investment Officer der Privatbank Gutmann zu Gast bei der GELDMEISTERIN. So sollte man unbedingt seinen Sparplan weiter besparen und das wie gewohnt in gleicher Höhe. So kann man obendrein fürs gleiche Geld aktuell günstig mehr Anteile kaufen. Am Zweitwichtigsten sei es gerade jetzt in gute, bewährte Geschäftsmodelle zu investieren. So hatten Coca Cola, Nestlé, Procter&Gamble und Co in den letzten inflationären Monaten die Pricing Power, um fünf bis sechs prozentige Preiserhöhungen durchzusetzen. Es fiele bei den lang existierenden, großen Marken auch leichter, Rückschläge zu verkraften, wenn man damit rechnen kann, dass Sie den Bärenmarkt – Kurskorrekturen von 20 Prozent und mehr an breiter Front - weitgehend unbeschadet überleben. „Im Leben wird es jedem Investor einmal passieren, dass sich die Aktien halbieren“, gibt Robert Karas zu bedenken. Wer solche Schwankungen nicht aushält, dem könne man nur empfehlen wie John Pierpont oder J. P. Morgan einem Freund: „I´d sell down to the sleeping point.“ Besser als Aktien zu verkaufen und die Beträge unverzinst bei hoher Inflation auf dem Sparbuch liegen zu lassen sei es jedoch in jedem Fall Aktien zu besitzen. Was der Anlage-Chefstratege der Bank Gutmann noch so rät, um Kapital zu erhalten, wenn alles nach unten geht? Ich empfehle reinzuhören … Shalom, servus, maas salamah sagt Julia Kistner und die GELDMEISTERIN. Rechtlicher Hinweis: Das sind keinesfalls Empfehlungen, sondern nur meine persönlichen Gedanken. Die Autorin übernimmt keinerlei Haftung die daraus erwächst, dass man entsprechend Ihrer Medienbeiträge Investments tätigt. Musik- & Soundrechte: https://www.geldmeisterin.com/index.php/musik-und-soundrechte/ #Börenmarkt #anlegen #BankGutmann #RobertKaras #ChiefInvestmentOfficer #Aktien #Sachwerte #Sparplan #Geschäftsmodell #GELDMEISTERIN #JuliaKistner #Investment #Vorsorge #SleepingPoint #podcast #Spekulation #Börse #Risiko #Schwankungen #Kurskorrekturen #Immobilien #CocaCola #Nestlé #Procter&Gamble #Papierverluste #Verluste #Anleihen #Sicherheitspolster Foto: Bank Gutmann --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/geldmeisterin/message

What is Innovation?
Innovation is about introducing something new :: Ralf Specht

What is Innovation?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 37:43


Ralf Specht is a visionary business leader, highly sought-after speaker, and creator of the Soul System™, a framework that aligns value-creating employee action with broader corporate strategy through shared understanding & shared purpose.More about our guest:Ralf Specht is a founding partner of Spark44, he was the architect of an innovative, industry-first joint-venture with Jaguar Land Rover, which grew under his leadership to a global revenue of $100+m and 1,200 employees before it joined forces with Accenture Interactive in 2021. Previously, he consulted with global companies and brands for more than two decades with McCann Erickson. He is the author of 2021's Building Corporate Soul: Powering Culture & Success with the Soul System™ from Fast Company Press, as well as his newest book, Beyond the Startup: Sparking Operational Innovations for Global Growth. His driving vision is to make soulless companies a thing of the past.------------------------------------------------Episode Guide:1:40 - What is Innovation?3:29 - What isn't Innovation?5:24 - Advertising: Changing the game and creating something new7:53 - The Procter and Gamble Experience9:30 - Innovation: Shaping and Molding Careers11:11 - Disrupting the normal17:29 - Business Development Process and Staffing20:04 - Becoming the CEO22:26 - Creating Job Titles25:07 - "Building Corporate Soul"29:07 - Having a shared purpose31:37 - Benefits of spending time on Culture32:38 - Advice to Innovators--------------------------OUTLAST Consulting offers professional development and strategic advisory services in the areas of innovation and diversity management.

Heads Up - A USA Wrestling Coaches Council Podcast
Heads Up - A USA Wrestling Coaches Council Podcast: S2 Ep 8 featuring Greg Warren

Heads Up - A USA Wrestling Coaches Council Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 70:54


Greg Warren hails from St. Louis, MO, where his father was a high school wrestling coach and his mother made him play clarinet in the band. Greg captivated audiences with anecdotes about the conflict inherent in meshing two high school identities-varsity wrestler and band geek. He was a D1 All-American wrestler at Mizzou.Greg's "Flute Man" bit is a perfect capsulation of the insecurities of high school and the ongoing quest to be cool, and is one of the most requested bits in the history of the "Bob and Tom" radio show. Greg was also a West Point Cadet, where he distinguished himself by amassing an impressive tally of demerits and endless hours of pointless marching. After moving on to the University of Missouri, he studied journalism and was named an All-American college wrestler.Early careerWhile in college, Greg won a comedy contest and was invited to perform at a local club in Columbia, Missouri, Dèjà Vu. After a stint selling Jif and Pringles for corporate giant Procter & Gamble, Greg made the decision to become a full time comedian. This bold move led to an invitation to the prestigious "Just for Laughs Festival" in Montreal in 2002, where Greg performed as one of their featured "New Faces of Comedy".WorkHe has also been seen on the Comedy Central show, "Premium Blend". Greg has an arsenal of characters that he brings to life in his act. He also highlights his current life struggles with the service industry, moderation, and "One Star People".In addition to his television and festival appearances, Greg continues to tour all across the country, performing his act at clubs such as the Funny Bone and the Improv and is a frequent guest on the Bob and Tom Radio Show and a featured guest every Wednesday on Pittsburgh's DVE Morning Show with Jim and Randy. Greg's background recently resulted in a gig doing color commentary on college wrestling for Fox Sports Midwest. Greg's Midwestern upbringing and his ability to provide humorous social commentary gives him a wealth of material that continues to gain him fans throughout the country.Recently, Greg has been seen on CMT's Comedy Stage, NBC's Last Comic Standing, CBS's Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and the "Nateland" Podcast.https://www.gregwarrencomedy.com/

Business Wars Daily
Tampon Shelves Are Getting Emptier

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 3:32


Today is Wednesday, June 22, and we're looking at Procter & Gamble vs. Kimberly-Clark.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Die Börsenminute
Auf die Dividenden UND auf die Payout-Ratio achten

Die Börsenminute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:28


Wenn die Aktienkurse fallen, kann man sich oftmals zumindest noch mit Dividenden trösten. Wobei sich ein Unternehmen Ausschüttungen auch leisten können und dabei nicht auf seine Rückstellungen zurückgreifen sollte. Wird mehr als der Jahresüberschuss ausgeschüttet, dann geht dies an die Substanz des Unternehmens. Das Eigenkapital wird für die Dividendenzahlung angeknabbert, das senkt den Wert des Unternehmens. Wenn zu viel vom Gewinn ausgeschüttet wird, tut das dem Unternehmen generell nicht gut. Gesund – natürlich abhängig von der Branche – sind Payout-Ratios, sprich Gewinn-Auszahlungsquoten von 40 bis 60 Prozent. Je nachdem, ob sich gerade für das Unternehmen nicht gute Wachsumschancen auftun, in die das Geld besser investiert wäre. Ein Sonderfall sind übrigens die US-amerikanischen Immobilienfonds REITS, die von Gesetz wegen 90 Prozent der erwirtschafteten Gewinne an die Anleger ausschütten müssen. Dann gibt es noch die Dividenden-Aristokraten wie Johnson&Johnson, Procter&Gamble oder Nestlé, die zumindest seit 25 oder gar 50 Jahren ihre Dividenden Jahr für Jahr erhöhen, teilweise auch, um ihren Status nicht zu verlieren. Mit konstanten Dividenden tun sich Zykliker naturgemäß schwer. Telekom- und Energieunternehmen sind fleißige Dividendenzahler. In jedem Fall sollte man Vergleiche nur innerhalb einer Branche durchführen und nur mit Unternehmen, die auch Gewinne schreiben. Grundsätzlich sind die amerikanischen Unternehmen in Krisenzeiten die sichereren Dividendenzahler. Laut Statista sanken in den Krisenjahren 2008 und 2020 die Payout Ratios der deutschen Indizes DAX, MDAX auf 37 Prozent und die des SDAX auf 38 Prozent ab. Werte für die Unternehmen des S&P 500 steigen in den beiden Jahren auf 57 Prozent beziehungsweise im Pandemiejahr 2020 auf 41 Prozent. Wenn die Aktienkurse fallen, kann man sich oftmals zumindest noch mit Dividenden trösten. Wobei sich ein Unternehmen Ausschüttungen auch leisten können und dabei nicht auf seine Rückstellungen zurückgreifen sollte. Wird mehr als der Jahresüberschuss ausgeschüttet, dann geht dies an die Substanz des Unternehmens. Das Eigenkapital wird für die Dividendenzahlung angeknabbert, das senkt den Wert des Unternehmens. Wenn zu viel vom Gewinn ausgeschüttet wird, tut das dem Unternehmen generell nicht gut. Gesund – natürlich abhängig von der Branche – sind Payout-Ratios, sprich Gewinn-Auszahlungsquoten von 40 bis 60 Prozent. Je nachdem, ob sich gerade für das Unternehmen nicht gute Wachstumschancen auftun, in die das Geld besser investiert wäre. Wenn Du den Podcast Börsenminute unterstützen möchtest, würde ich Dich bitten ihn auf einer Podcastplattform Deiner Wahl, auf Spotify oder YouTube zu liken oder ihn auch zu abonnieren und weiterzuempfehlen. Besten Dank! Rechtlicher Hinweis: Für Verluste, die aufgrund von getroffenen Aussagen entstehen, übernimmt die Autorin, Julia Kistner keine Haftung. #Dividenden #PayoutRatio #Dax #MDAX #SDAX #S&P500 #Investments #Anlagehorizont #Vermögen #Kapitalmärkte #Erträge #Aktien #Aktienfonds #Index #Gewinn-Auszahlungsquote #podcast #investieren #boersenminute #Wachstumschancen #Dividendenaristrokraten #Procter&Gamble #Nestlé #Johnson&Johnson #Telekom #Energie #Dividendenzahler #Jahresüberschuss #Substanz Foto: JK

The Man Enough Podcast
Jackson Katz: Is Gun Violence A Men's Issue?

The Man Enough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 58:19


We felt that we needed to have a conversation on the effects of masculinity on gun violence and mass shootings in the United States. Media coverage and national dialogue rarely connects these tragedies to issues of manhood and misogyny. There's no one that has been writing and speaking about this longer and more consistently than Jackson Katz, PhD—bestselling author, internationally renowned educator, and a major figure in the movement for gender equality. In this special episode, he brings his expertise to a timely conversation with passion and urgency, imploring men to reexamine what it means to be a protector and have the moral courage to fight for policies that truly serve our society. New episodes every Monday

Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast
Jay Sethi: Diageo Beer Company CMO & SVP of Diageo Convenience North America

Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 45:35


“Let's be wrong sooner because we'll learn from it - move on and take on challenges in a very different way.” This Pride Month, we wanted to replay a few conversations with past LGBTQIA+ guest on this P&G Alumni Podcast. Jay Sethi is the CMO of Diageo Beer Company and Senior Vice President of Diageo's Convenience Category. In addition to leading and executing for three of Diageo's business units, Jay has a strong passion for inclusion and diversity and was instrumental in creating the “Love Wins” campaign for the Smirnoff brand in partnership with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) celebrating love and acceptance. Prior to Diageo, Jay worked at Procter & Gamble as the Director of North America COVERGIRL, returning the brand to growth through new and exciting partnerships, including the NFL and The Hunger Games movie franchise. Jay is known as an innovative marketer and has received numerous awards, including a “40 under 40” Marketing Leadership Award from Advertising Age. Jay graduated from The University of Chicago and previously worked in the world of Chicago politics with roles in the U.S. Senate and top political campaigns. Jay is fluent in Spanish and is proudly multicultural as a Mexican and Indian American. You'll enjoy this candid conversation about how to be more thoughtful - and intentional about using your skillset to have an impact in and beyond work, because there are many actionable steps anyone can take to be more open and inclusive in business, and life.

The VCpreneur: Startups | Venture Capital | Entrepreneurship | Fundraising
EP#58 Smita Deorah – Democratizing quality education in India, the growth playbook at Lead School & selecting the right investors for your startup

The VCpreneur: Startups | Venture Capital | Entrepreneurship | Fundraising

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 62:55


In this episode, Smita Deorah (Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Lead School), joins our host Digjay, to talk about her path leading up to Lead School, the genesis phase and what led Smita to make Lead her life's work, how Lead plans to radically improve the state of education in India by transforming schools, the growth playbook & key challenges faced when building a scalable B2B product/service, what should founders focus on when hiring the core team for a mission driven startup like Lead, Smita's fundraising experience, Lead's criteria to select their investors & value-add from each of them, how being an entrepreneur has influenced Smita's personality over the years and more. Smita & Sumeet, founded Lead School (Lead) in 2012 with a vision to make global-standard education accessible and affordable to students, especially in non-metro cities. Lead integrates a world-class curriculum with technology that powers all stakeholders in a school environment. Today Lead caters to 5000+ schools in 500+ cities across India. This school edtech unicorn startup, was bootstrapped through 2017 & has subsequently raised >$100mm in funding from marquee investors like Elevar Equity, Westbridge Capital & GSV Ventures. Prior to Lead, Smita founded Sparsh, a non-profit that implemented a pre-school in a box solution in 16 pre-schools around Mumbai. Prior to that, Smita spent 9 years in Procter & Gamble Singapore and India as a leader in Finance, Treasury and Strategy. You can connect with her here on Linkedin or Twitter. ---- Show notes – (01:45) Smita's background & her path leading up to Lead School (07:15) What led Smita to start Lead & make this her life's work (10:30) The current state of India's primary education system & how Lead plans to radically improve the status quo (17:55) Lead's first principles approach of building a scalable B2B product; focus on the target audience, product design and measurable outcomes (23:25) The growth playbook; Key challenges faced when scaling up Lead (34:58) What should one over index on when hiring the core team for a mission driven startup like Lead? (39:15) Fundraising experience; Lead's criteria to select their investors (42:12) Value add from each institutional investor on the cap table - Elevar Equity, West Bridge Capital & GSV Ventures (47:15) How has being an entrepreneur influenced Smita's personality over the years? (54:00) Rapid fire and closing remarks ---- If you liked our episode, you can subscribe to our podcast on any podcast platforms of your choice (like Spotify & Apple iTunes). We would appreciate if you could leave us a review on Apple iTunes. This helps others discover the podcast organically. You can visit thevcpreneur.com and follow us on Twitter @thevcpreneur_ & Instagram @thevcpreneur for more episodes and interesting insights on the startup ecosystem. You can also follow our host Digjay here on Linkedin & Twitter

Child Care Rockstar Radio
Play and Wellness as Learning Foundations with Drew Vernon

Child Care Rockstar Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:10


It's all about the power of play this week as Kris welcomes Drew Vernon, the U.S. Marketing Lead at tonies, a popular European children's audio system that has recently launched in the United States. Drew talks about his former experience as Brand Director at Lego and in marketing at Procter and Gamble, and how it helps him now in his role with tonies. Drew shares why he believes a child who is a strong player is also a strong learner, problem solver, and a more overall happy person. Drew explains how tonies provide an amazing learning tool for social and emotional wellness and screen-free enrichment. Let's play!   Key Takeaways: [7:45] Yes, Drew is a Denver Broncos fan! [8:10] How did Drew's path lead him to a role as the Marketing Director for tonies? He also explains how working for P&G and Lego, along with opening his own child care center, influenced how he blended marketing with knowing how important it is for good communication and quality service. [12:17] Fun fact: Drew lived in Japan and was actually a Japanese tour guide. He also speaks enough Japanese to order at a restaurant, and get some nods from the chefs. [16:15] Drew explains the mission behind tonies, an imagination-building, screen-free digital listening experience. [18:25] Drew talks about the influencer marketing outreach to educators and childcare professionals and partnering with other companies to promote mindfulness and relaxation tools for children. [26:54] Drew's advice would be to realize and recognize the impact you can have upon future generations, and not to take it lightly.   Quotes: “I would have loved to have something like this when I was running my center.” — Drew “I fell in love with marketing at an early age. I think I was in high school and I really found it just to be the intersection of human psychology of understanding how the mind works and putting a product or service to that to what are the products and services that meet the needs and wants of different consumers.” — Drew  “I've started to think of myself less as a marketer, and more as an advocate for children and early childhood development.” — Drew “My advice would be just to realize that the more we can remember that we have the ability to impact future generations.” — Drew   Sponsored By: ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI) Use code CCSC5 to claim a free course!   Mentioned in This Episode: Kris Murray The Child Care Success Company The Child Care Success Academy The Child Care Success Summit tonies — ENTER CODE “toniepodcast” for 15% off purchase of a starter set.  Hotel Nikko Kiwi Co Monti Kids

Recipe for Greatness
Dafna Ciechanover Bonas - Indie Bay Snacks Founder | Taking On Healthy Snacking

Recipe for Greatness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 45:44


Dafna Ciechanover Bonas is the founder of Indie Bay Snacks - the snack with benefits.Dafna has had many lives in her career;Dafna cofounded and ran Founders Pledge and now is a Trustee.Dafna was also was COO of Eden McCallum, a disruptor in the strategy consulting space. Dafna began her career at Procter and Gamble and McKinsey, later starting the European operations of tech companies including excite! and eos Ventures. Dafna studied at Stanford University and achieved a master's from Harvard Business School.Dafna shares all about her incredible journey and lessons along the way in this chat, I always say, learn from people much smarter than you, Dafna is definitely someone I learned a lot from.Support the show

¿Quién Tú Eres?
Assimilation with Nancy Reyes

¿Quién Tú Eres?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 44:09


Nancy Reyes is a 24 year veteran of the Marketing Industry. She is currently the CEO of TBWAChiatDay NY, an award-winning advertising agency based in NY. During the course of her career Nancy has specialized in partnering with dozens of companies to develop their brands, create meaningful relationship with their consumers/customers and ultimately drive a more purposeful and profitable future. Nancy's experience spans a wide range of industries such as technology, healthcare, consumer goods, automotive, travel and financial services. Companies include IBM, HP, Adobe, Google, Facebook, Procter & Gamble, Henkel, Abbott. Throughout her career Nancy has devoted her attention to pushing a robust Diversity, Equity and Inclusion agenda in the marketing industry. In 2018, she founded a program called Circle of Women which provides executive coaching to women on the cusp of leadership to build a pipeline of future female leaders—and more than half of the participants are women of color. She is a founding member of Times UP and is in her fifth year of establishing a summer internship program for aspiring advertising young people of color which includes Prep for Prep students. Nancy is also on the board of the Ad Council and Prep for Prep. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quientueres/support

The Remote Real Estate Investor
Billy Keels on investing in real estate internationally

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 34:31


Before becoming a real estate entrepreneur, KeePon Cashflow's founder Billy Keels worked in the corporate world. In fact, he was one of the best “corporate soldiers” you'd ever want to meet. Billy says that he was happy enough in his J.O.B., but something was missing. An emptiness and longing for a different life chewed on him, pulling him to what he knew he wanted to do more than anything else. Billy wanted to be an entrepreneur who brought two worlds together. So he took steps and kept on the path to his goals. Today Billy is an international real estate entrepreneur, problem-solver, author, coach and mentor. He sees opportunities where others often don't in real estate. No “overnight success,” Billy continues to work toward his vision and goals. Topmost on his list? Building a bridge between investors and buyers in Europe with sellers in the U.S. Today, he talks about his transition story, how he became a real estate business owner, and how long-distance real estate business works for him.   Episode Link: https://www.firstgencp.com/ https://www.firstgencp.com/paylesstax https://www.linkedin.com/in/billykeels/?originalSubdomain=es --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Billy Keels, who is an entrepreneur, Ninja remote investor who actually lives over in Europe, but invest here in the States among many other things. So let's hear from Billy the renaissance man about what it is he's doing in real estate today. Let's get into it.   Billy Keels what's going on, man, so good to see you again. Thanks for taking the time to hang out with me.   Billy: Michael, I am just like super excited about being able to spend more time with you have a conversation. Although I have to admit, man, there's like a lot of people going to be listening and watching us, so I'll be on my best behavior, don't worry.   Michael: I am, it makes two of us, alright good. Well, I obviously know who you are we we've become very fast friends over the short time we've known each other. But for anyone who might not be familiar with you, who are you, where do you come from and what is it you're doing in real estate today?   Billy: Yeah, so who am I, would you mind if I ask just one thing really quickly before I answer that?   Michael: Go for it!   Billy: So as a fellow podcaster, I just wanted to ask one thing. So I know just got here. But if you haven't had a chance already to leave an honest written review, as well as a rating. The guys do an amazing show here, Michael, I know you put a lot of time and energy into this and it will be great because that way ultimately, they're going to be able to help get you even better guests that are going to help you move forward faster. So with that as a background, Billy Keels I'll give you this fastest version as I can. Originally born in Columbus, Ohio. From there, probably by the time I was 12, I lived in three different states brother and sister were born in Colorado. I come from a family with two parents who were both working two jobs most of the time very blue collar, I watched them struggle a lot with money, making tough decisions, sometimes at the end of the month, do we buy this or do we pay this bill or do we pay the other bill, they had a lot of focus on education because they didn't think that they had formal education. So ended up being in a lot of different school districts, usually in the really good school districts and I saw I was exposed to a lot of things that my parents couldn't actually afford for me and my brother and sister. So that was kind of nice, but also kind of frustrating. But what it did is it taught me the work ethic, like you have to work really hard to get the things that you want. I wasn't A student, sometimes I still suffer from that A student and like today, I call myself a recovering perfectionist. Because the thing is Michael, like I used to do what I was told, because when I did what I was told, like study for the exam, I got really good grades, they came back and that was like the whole positive reinforcement, like I got good grades, study more, got good grades, got the dopamine hits, and all that kind of stuff. So ended up through college, I went to college, southwest of Ohio, then in a town or in a university called Miami of Ohio, got two degrees there was really set to get my dream job and got rejected not once but twice. But the thing is, is through that rejection and it was like really, really difficult for me because I like set my whole college career up to work as a project manager in marketing for Procter and Gamble, and I didn't work out for me. But through that, I learned that it's okay to be rejected, like you can be rejected and still things will be okay because after that the most amazing job I ever had was working for a company that allowed me to travel to five or two in five years, it allowed me to travel to 58 different countries, Michael and it just completely changed my entire view of the world because I'm from Columbus, Ohio, like I just thought I was gonna be in the Midwest most of my life. After that didn't see myself doing a normal nine to five I got accepted into university and Paris was going to do a one year sabbatical and just to kind of make things really fast, that one year sabbatical that started in September of 2001, has since turned into 20, additional 21 years, I left France, went to Italy, moved from Italy, back to France, and then from France, to Spain. So it was 21 years, three countries. I've learned four additional languages. I got married and we have two kids and up until recently like until last December, I was working in the corporate job so like still being a good student like doing the things I was supposed to do moving up the corporate ladder, and as of December of last year, which was December 2021. I'm no longer a part of the corporate world so kind of all that said, yeah, I kind of just joked it with everybody like I mentioned before like those one year sabbaticals you really have to be careful what happens because anything can anything could happen after that, man.   Michael: That's so good. Billy was so, so I mean, there's obviously a ton there that I want to dig into and unpack but getting back to last December. Did you fire yourself or did you get fired? I mean, what happened?   Billy: We separated.   Michael: It was amicable separated…   Billy: We separated, we separated now, but you know, it's one of those things like, I think corporate life is really, I took a lot of very positive things away from corporate life, I know that there are a lot of people like, don't do the corporate job, quit your job, do all that kind of stuff. I learned, I like I was surrounded by really smart people all the time, because I was working in enterprise software sales and so this is like very cutting edge and I was exposed to amazingly smart people got a chance to go deep industry knowledge on a number of different industries, got to work across Europe, Middle East, and Africa, managed 70 million euro budgets, plus, you know, learn languages learned different ways of thinking and doing things and I was also making a lot of money and so all of those different reasons, like I really enjoyed it, I probably kept going to my corporate job for about another four, four and a half, five years that I didn't need to but because I liked it so much and because I was in a top talent program, I was traveling to Hawaii, because I was part of the top achievers, like it was really good, but it just didn't fill my heart up and it took actually my dad getting really ill in the last part of last year and me being with him in the ICU, to really reflect on life and go, you know, what like, is this really what I want to keep doing and I know that I was very fortunate, I know that there are other stories that don't end so nicely, right because my dad is still alive today and we're able to enjoy him but that incident, what it made me really do, Michael was realize, like, hang on a second. Like, I want to really invest my time in the things that are going to give me the most emotional joy, rather than just going through the motions day after day, so.   Michael: Right. That's awesome, man. Well, I'm so glad to hear that your dad's doing better, that's exciting.   Billy: Thank you.   Michael: No, of course. So how did you get to the point where you were able to leave the corporate world because I think it's very easy to say like, oh, yeah, I'll quit my job because I get more joy, more emotional reward by doing this other thing over here but that's very well, that's nice, well, and good in theory, but I mean, we got to eat, we got to survive. We got to put a roof over our head, so what was it that you did, leading up to that point that allowed you to say, you know, I don't need this job.   Billy: I read a book and then I retired…. No, it's a joke!   Michael: Well I love it, it's so simple. I wish I had know that.   Billy: Exactly, I mean, everybody wish I yeah, exactly, everybody's doing it that way. No, you know, in yeah, I wish it was that simple. It took over nine and a half years, almost 10 years. But now the reality was, because I was such a happy employee, right. I mean, even people used to look at my moniker on LinkedIn and it was like happy corporate employee. The thing that happens when you are in a student is you do what you're told, you know, I mentioned earlier and so when you're in the corporate, it's the same thing, like you go in, you work the hours and then once you're working the hours, you want to move up the move up the chain and from there, you also want to make sure that you're maxing out your 401 K and your IRA. Well, I was doing that and then 2000, I'd been working for probably five, six years and bubble burst for the.com bubble that went down. And then a couple years later, the 2008 great financial crisis happened and so I didn't actually have any other kind of backup plan. It was like go to work all day, and then invest in the stock market and so I realized that I had to have my own plan and that is actually where real estate came in. Because I was like traveling between Barcelona and the states. I remember picking up Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and I started reading it, but I didn't actually finish it. So a couple years later, I assume Yeah, I know. Right? So I ended up picking it up again and then I read it and this time I read it and I loved it so much. I was like this cannot be true. This is unbelievable. This is not true. So then I went and read another one it was Cashflow Quadrant and then I read another one and another one another one and all of a sudden I'd read all the rich dad series, right, as most people binge, and then I found some podcasts and I watched some videos and eventually I was like a theoretical like theoretical ninja Michael, like I knew every single thing that you needed to know and then when you would ask me like how many like, okay, cool. So what's your portfolio look like?   You know what you can get to the NOI by taking the revenue minus the other operating expenses and so it took me a while, you know, to realize like, I've got to move from theory to action and unfortunately, or fortunately, the thing that took me that got me into action, once again, was like something that had nothing to do with real estate had nothing to do with money. It happened because as an A student, I was doing all the stuff that I was doing. But at this point, I was a really young father and one of the things that was really important to me early on was like I wanted to be present. At the same time because I don't come from money, I wanted to make sure that I kept winning at the office, like I was doing all the extra hours and all that kind of stuff and rising and getting the promotions. But one of the things that happened that I used to be really ashamed to even talk about Michael was the night before my son's third birthday, my oldest son, I didn't sleep very well that night. It was like not a good night's sleep for me because the next morning, I had to get up and take a flight to Frankfurt, Germany and I remember like not sleeping well that night got up really early the next morning, you know, woke my wife up, woke our one year old up, told them get ready. You know, I want to be able to sing Happy Birthday to our oldest, got in another shower and then like you can imagine, like 5:45 in the morning, everybody's half asleep, I go wake my three year old up, we sing happy birthday hug and kiss and then I'm out the door, like on my way to the airport, like just sick to my stomach, like what am I doing? Like this is completely incongruent, like I want to be present and like I said, I used to be ashamed of it. I didn't talk about it that much. But it's one of the things I finally realized, like, that's part of what happened to me, it took me from the theoretical ninja to actually getting into action because when I finally got to Frankfurt, and we spent all day in this business meeting that Michael, I don't even remember what the business meeting was about, like even to this day. What I can tell you though, that night, when I was at the dinner, and I walked out to go while everybody else was singing, and gave my young, my oldest son a hug and a kiss and blew out the candles like I was in Frankfurt, Germany, and I was like, I'm not doing this anymore and so that's the thing that took me from the theoretical ninja to actually going out and getting into action and starting to figure out, like, what do I want to invest in and all these other kinds of things and it took me from that point, it took me about eight months later, somewhere between six to eight months, I knew to make the very first purchase of the property I thought I wanted to buy here in Barcelona. But just one thing led to the next didn't work out, I was not in the type of market that would provide cash flow. I wasn't I didn't have enough education or network at the time to really understand the difference between cash flow markets and appreciation markets and all that stuff. But I finally took action and my wife and I were in Cairo, Egypt, I bought my very first duplex, which was in New Jersey and it was just a completely different, like different time, like didn't use leverage so much of the technology and stuff like that, that we do nowadays. But that's actually how I started getting into real estate wasn't really for money, it was just to start to get control because I didn't want to miss any more that really important stuff in my life.   Michael: And I love that story, thank you for sharing and I know that there's a lot of things. I think it's so hard because there is a lot of things that investors are often have a hard time talking about or ashamed or whatever the cause is and I think it's so important to highlight those and spotlight those because there's a couple of things in my opinion, A it humanizes you, you're someone that's accomplished a ton and it shows people like look, Billy is just a person like you or I or anybody else out there and two like it shows the struggle, like we always talk about on podcast and these sort of things like oh, look at the we've we've climbed the mountain, we're there, we're at the conclusion. But there's this whole build up that isn't spotlighted, so thank you for sharing it.   Billy: Hey, man, sure, no problem because like I said, I kind of jokingly earlier like just read a book. No, I didn't just read a book like you, you got started from there and then from there, you know, you get your first property, and then you get your next property and you make mistakes along the way. Like I said, I didn't have enough education. I didn't surround myself with people that were more knowledgeable than I did and it took me actually making a lot of money coming in the door, not having processes in place, things were broken, not necessarily the best experiences for the residents that we're living in our properties. I had to stop, I had to decide that it was time for me to pay to have a mentorship, like paid mentorship so that I could actually figure out like, what processes do I need, what systems need to be in place and things like that, and things got better. But definitely, I needed to take action. I took action, and I did a lot of things wrong, a lot.   Michael: Yeah, well, I mean, that's what kind of builds you up, right and that's what makes you figure out okay, this works, this doesn't work. But how great that you could also leverage your mentor to say, hey, what have you seen because I'm just one person with one set of eyes. What are all the things you've seen him go well, and not well, and I think that's what people often miss out on?   Yeah, yeah. So this is obviously the remote real estate investor people tell them all the time, Michael, there's no way I could invest remotely, but you're living fricking across the ocean across the pond, investing in the state. So what was that like, how did you wrap your head around, not physically being there never seeing the property, like you are different times But like, it couldn't be more different.   Billy: Yeah, so you know, and this is one of those things, right and this is, I guess, just paradigm shifting. You know, one of the things that I love when you came to join me on the going long podcast is that we start to normalize this, right because a lot of the books that I was the theoretical ninja and always either they said it directly, or maybe kind of insinuated that, like you have to be a landlord, you have to live in the exact same place right and so I guess in my mind, I was thinking that because I initially started looking Michael to purchase properties here in Barcelona, and all the books when they were saying how are you going to make $200 a door $300 a door. You know, I would go and I would because I was a theoretical ninja right, so I went through and I penciled the numbers out and I would go through and talk to Donna rinse minus the operating expenses, net operating income, like and get a decent loan and I was like, hey, second, this is minus 50 euros alright, let me try the next one. Okay, well, yeah, well hang on a second. This is minus 75 euros. I mean, no, no, this can be hang on a second, the books at two and three and conversion, nope, still negative and so negative 150 and I was like, wait a second, like, this doesn't work like none of these numbers were working for once again, I didn't have the education and I did not have the network to actually ask the questions and so what I realized is I got a little bit frustrated, because I wasn't going to be able to invest here in my backyard and thankfully, I have very good friends that challenged me many times and they're like, well, Billy, you're like, you know what, you're American, why don't you invest in us and I just looked it up. I remember going well, that's probably not that's one of the least smart things I've ever heard in my life. It was a little bit more colorful than that but the reality was, I thought, do you not see the Atlantic Ocean between me where I live in where the closest property could be and then I thought, you know, what, actually, let me find out and so then I started figuring out like, what, what, who would I need on my team, because I knew that I wouldn't be able to manage the properties, I wouldn't be able to buy the properties I wouldn't be able to go through plus, that wasn't my skill set and so one thing led to the next where eventually, I ended up making that first purchase, doing it remotely, I started here and Michael, hopefully you have a similar type of view, which is, like, I see it as it's like any relationship. I knew that I needed in one in something, so I started taking action towards that towards building, being able to build relationships and make purchases. That's what I was, in my mind and so I started writing people emails, calling talk to family members that were back in the States. Hey, listen, do you know anybody who could help me I don't know anything about getting a mortgage and getting a loan and so they would help connect me with people. I was on the phone, I was sending emails. Once we finally connected with the broker, a general contractor, they introduced me to an agent. Then we started going from email to surprise, surprise. Hey, Michael, big, big hint here. Zoom has been around since before the pandemic, most people didn't know that, right? So I've been using it for the last eight and a half, 10 years, right and so you would that progression started happening from the phone calls to jumping on Zoom, hey, how you doing, be able to talk to one another find out if we're aligning certain types of things and then from there, once I knew that, I wanted to go deep into a specific area, because my goals were that big. It made sense for me to actually continue the progression. So I then put my money where my mouth was, and I actually got on the plane, I flew to meet with the brokers with the property managers, because I wanted to go deep in that particular location and that's what made the most sense for me. So it was having that progression, recognizing that I wanted to go deep in a specific location and then I followed that natural progression, to get to the location, meet a number of the members of the team and then started to build the team. I didn't do it very well that time, because I started without really having a mentorship but then afterwards, once I really figured out how to do it, I actually replicated that model in a different location, much faster, much better and with a lot less pain, being able to do it in the next location.   Michael: Yeah, I love that. I think it's so important again, just to kind of stop and highlight this. So many people, I think, get into real estate and think I got to do all the things, I've got to become all the experts and like you don't, you can go and meet people and people know people and people talk and so once you find one good person, they probably know one other good person, if they don't, they might be able to tell you who you could go ask who might know somebody else. So I love that I love and I love that you took the like the system of setting up the team and you just like, did it another location and that's applicable anywhere, right.   Billy: But you know what it is and so here's the thing that I did wrong, right because I think I love that you said they're like because we usually talk about the things we do, right and everybody wants to say about those types of things and so one of the things that I recognize now that I did not do in the proper order the prepper sequences, I had money in the bank and I knew I wanted control because I was not going to let the stock market thing happen again and one of the ways of being able to do that was start to generate my own income so that I was not going to miss another one of my son's birthdays or anybody else that I love, right and so, as I started doing that, I just went and I bought the property. Like I knew that I wanted to buy a property so I was looking to buy the property. But then when things so I bought the property had a skeleton kind of team but then when things started happening, I didn't have a team in place. I was like, hang on a second, this is broken, and they're calling me and I've got a Spanish phone number and this is not convenient, like they called the realtor and the realtor then sent me an email. I mean, it was it was because I'm in a different on a different continent and so I then realized that oh, hang on a second after being there for like, over a year in the same location, I didn't really even understand anything about the location that I was in. I just bought it there because I knew family members could get there more or less than an hour but there was no not much more process than that the only thing that I was crystal clear on is that I needed that I wanted the benefit of cash flow, like that's what I really wanted and I understood that I could also get some tax benefits.   So I did it just the opposite of the way that I would say to people today, or that I do, say and teach to people today, which is, first get clear on the benefits that you are looking for what you're looking for, then get really, really clear on why you're looking for them. Because it's not if but when things get really, really hard and I know this sounds like probably an old record, but like you really are going to have to cling on to the why you aren't wanting to do this, because it's going to get hard and then afterwards, then you go to the location that gives you the highest probability of being able to achieve that benefit, tax benefits, cash flow, whatever and then you build the team and then once you build the team that understands the location that also understands the benefit that you're looking for, then it doesn't really even matter if you buy the single family house, it's on 123 Main Street, if you buy the multifamily building, if you buy a piece of energy equipment, if you buy whatever, because all of the four different steps are aligned, but starting with you and what it is that you want to do and why you want to do it like that's the way you're supposed to do it not don't do the way that I did in the beginning, because it's like you're gonna learn but it's just gonna be a lot more painful and costly.   Michael: Mic drop podcast over Billy exit stage left, like that was amazing. It's so good, it's so good and I think like, it sounds so it sounds so simple, right? Like, it's so basic, you just like break it down into these four steps, I love it. I think it's just the execution, you've actually then just got to go do it and I think the the why piece of it, and we talked about it all the time on the show, and with friends and colleagues like that's, I think one of the most important pieces of this because you're right, it does get hard, it will get hard and if that's what you have to kind of ground you. I think you're gonna be okay. Oh, that's awesome. All right, Billy, let's fast forward. What is it that you're doing today because you mentioned like energy equipment and this is a real estate investing podcast shows like, fill us and fill in the gaps, what's going on?   Billy: Yeah, so one of the things that I started realizing, right as an accredited investor, right and if you've not talked about that before, maybe if you want, we can talk about what that is. But I started realizing that I enjoyed real estate and I, I really, really, really like real estate, I enjoyed that asset, because it is an asset that you can have much more control over either doing it investing yourself or with a team and you're able to the control you can you can generate the income, you can force appreciation, you can control your expenses and things like that. So I really like that aspect of it and then when you look at the tax efficiency, because passive income is not the income that you're not working for, but the way that the IRS looks at in taxes, passive income, it's really extremely tax efficient, at the same time, because I was someone who is a high wage earner, and someone who was dedicated to working for someone else I understood really quickly, or actually, after a couple of years, that there's different types of ways that it does matter, actually how you earn your income and if you like the income, that is real estate related, which I like it a lot, I needed to figure out a way to stop paying 40 plus percent in taxes, right, and being able to find different vehicles that would allow me to do that. Now and let's say this is an overarching statement, not giving anybody any tax advice, just you asked me a question. So I'm sharing my experience in terms of why I even got into this other area because I believe, Michael, that as long as you know what it is that you want to do, why you want to do it and you have a general idea of the direction that you want to go just like big companies like what's your strategic five year plan, you know, you want to move towards these things. When you know the destination, then it's about figuring out which are the right vehicles in the right moment in time to help you get there and so real estate very much as an active part of my portfolio, I am also a passive investor and I got into the to the energy sector because there was a very specific energy opportunity so investing in carbon capture equipment, which allowed not only for the creation of consistent cash flow moving forward, but it also helped me on my W two income the taxes that I was paying on the W two income and so the way that I saw it was hey, listen, if I'm able to reduce the amount that I'm paying for my w two in terms of tax, then that's capital that I wouldn't be able to use input into other more tax efficient vehicles i.e. real estate and the likes so that I can actually move faster I can get into vehicles that get me to my destination much faster. So that's how that carbon capture equipment which is part of the energy sector got involved because it's that vehicle helps me speed up a bit if you will to get to the destination because it helps to reduce and relieve some of the tax obligation that I have on my w two income which is something that is very unique in my real estate investing because it's passive income was not doing so it's combining these different vehicles once again to get to the destination.   Michael: I love it and it sounds like we could probably do an entire episode on carbon capture equipment and the whole energy sector. But for people that aren't familiar with it, like, give us a quick and dirty, how does someone get involved in something like that and really like, what is it?   Billy: Yeah, sure. So the best way is we've been we've got a thing, and I'm sure you'll probably let me tell how people can get their head around that we have a special guide, it's a free guide, leaving your email, and we'll send it out to you. But in essence, basically, you are part of a company that owns a piece of equipment, that piece of equipment is used by a third party, and that third party, large companies that are using that piece of equipment, because of the because of their they're using this piece of equipment that you can take things like bonus depreciation, if you're familiar with bonus depreciation, if not, it's in the guide. So you can find out in that free guide that that that you can pick up and basically, for the use of this piece of equipment, we're able to use the tax code that's already in place, the IRS says, hey, listen, if you use this type of equipment, you find these types of you have this type of a working interest, then you have the option to or the ability to not the option the ability to take those losses against your active income and so basically, by being able to help, what the IRS is asking us to do, we are doing exactly that, putting it in the form of a company, and the company receives the benefits and the owners of the company are able to receive the benefits that they are proportionately involved in in terms of ownership of the company. I know it probably sound a little bit wordy, but it's only because it's probably easier just to read through the document and you can actually get the specifics on exactly what it is but just technically high level, that's what it is.   Michael: So good and it's a what's the company called and where can people go get that guide and we'll link to it here?   Billy: Yes, yeah sure. It's just go to first gen cp.com, forward slash pay less tax, it's: https://www.firstgencp.com/paylesstax and like I said, it's really for a lot of people, if you are a Mac like I was in software sales world, and I was working for a very large three letter German company called SAP and that company, you know, I was surrounded by lots of other people who are high wage earners. Also, today we're serving number of people that are in professional sports franchises or, and doctors, lawyers, and they enjoy investing in other assets like real estate and if they could do more real estate by having their tax bill, the right size, then, you know, they get to their destination much, much faster.   Michael: It makes so much sense, so let's just turn back the clock for a minute here and I'm curious to know, because you've done both active investing and passive investing and we've been having a lot of syndicators on the show recently talked about the passive side of things. How did you figure out that it was appropriate for you from a timing perspective and how should people be thinking about whether going the active route themselves getting their hands dirty doing it versus just giving their money to someone else and letting them do the hard stuff?   Billy: Yeah, so great, I love this question. I wish I would have known about passive investing earlier, because I would have done a lot more of it because the type of role that I was in as a high paid professional, if I just broke it down to the amount of money that I was earning per hour, based on the amount of time that I put in real estate versus my day job. passive investing would have made more sense for me at the time. One of the things I also say is there are some people like me, that really, really, really enjoy control, have to have control and so sometimes, well, I wouldn't even say sometimes, probably the right thing for that person that absolutely needs a lot of control is to be able to be the active investor, go out, find the property, do all the legwork, build your team, all that kind of stuff and I say that for two reasons, Michael. The first is you get the experience and people that have a need lots of control. If you don't do that, you're going to be unhappy, because you're going to be thinking to yourself, I could do it better, I do it faster. I could do it though, all this kind of stuff, right. So that's the first thing you need in will want that control. The second thing is when you do it, you are going to realize how much work it actually is and what it takes to actually make your, your, your residence happy, and your properties profitable and so you may decide after gaining the experience that maybe you can do it better than you shouldn't be doing it better and even if the dollar per hour euro per hour is less well at least you're in control, you're going to be right. For those people who are looking to get to the destination much faster. It's usually leveraging the efforts, the strengths of others and being able to be a passive investor. You can be involved you can learn what you need to learn so that you feel comfortable. Especially comfortable on the one thing that I think no one ever, ever talks about Michael, I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say normally when you're looking as a passive investor you're talking about, okay, great and you look through the business plan and you look and you say, okay the COC the cash on cash return is such and such, and the NPV is something else and the IRR is something else and that looks amazing and this is fantastic and you know what, what you're never looking at the ROS, right and that, to me is the one metric that that trumps all of the metrics, because it's the only one that really matters, right and so, like I said, if you're looking at IRR, well, great, perfect have to it's a 330% IRR. Fantastic, what your ROS, is you're always negative, is it positive, I don't know. Okay and you're probably thinking yourself, well, what is the ROI is Billy?   Michael: Yeah, I was like for all of our listeners asking for a friend, because I definitely know what it is.   Billy: Yeah, it's the most part, it's the most important metric of all, it is the return on sleep. So if your return on sleep is negative, even if the IRR is 380%, I'm gonna guess you probably wouldn't want to do that, because there's nothing that replaces the amount of nice, calm sleep that you receive in the evening and so that's, that's one of the other things that you want to look at, look at and think about it as an impassive as a passive investor. Excuse me, so those are the, I guess some of the things that I would think about as an active investor, if that's what you want to do some of the profiles of the people that probably need to try that or not probably, but you do need to try it, because you're going to understand, yes, you can do it better, faster, cheaper, or you should let somebody else do it better, faster, cheaper, better, maybe cheaper, or maybe exactly the same but you're not spending the same amount of time doing that because at the end of the day, Michael, the most important asset is time and how are you using your time? Are you using it to gain more education or insight, build a talent so that you can select the right team to do the same thing or do you are you using it so that you can actually build the skill to go out and find the properties and to be able to fix the properties and be able to do all that kind of stuff? So think it's a personal decision, but you need to sit down and look at the things do you need to control and look at, you know, what is your return on your hour of time and is that the best use of your time?   Michael: Yeah, no, I love it. I love it. Be like you this has been so much fun as expected you delivered as expected. Where can people learn more about you can learn about your company invest alongside, you, where should they go?   Billy: Yeah, sure. So are we done already, really? I can't believe it goes by. Yeah, well, you know, it's, it's, so here's the thing. So the best way and I appreciate you giving the opportunity earlier, but especially for those of you that are that you're in that accredited investor standpoint, and you want to understand more about what we're talking about for the energy you can go to first gen cpe.com forward slash pay less tax: https://www.firstgencp.com/paylesstax , the website is: https://www.firstgencp.com/ . You can go there just check out things and look get a better feel for who we are, who I am, who our company is and also to Michael, one of the places I love being able to also connect with people is through LinkedIn and so if you go to LinkedIn, I'm pretty sure I'm the only Billy Keels in Barcelona, Spain. So check out Billy Keels in Barcelona, send me just an personalized request. If you can just let me know that you heard Michael and I already having this conversation. It's just gonna let us keep the conversation going and be much, much easier for both of us. So those are the ways Michael man I really appreciate it and I mentioned before as well if you want to find out more complimentary to what you're doing the going long podcast with Billy Keels. We love talking about people who are remote investing long distance investing, if we can get build more momentum and get more people on board, it will be awesome.   Michael: It's an amazing podcast. Oh my god, Billy my pleasure. Thank you, man. Thanks again. I'm sure we'll be chatting soon.   Billy: Awesome, thank you, you too.   Michael: Okay, everyone, that was our show a big thank you to Billy for coming on super great knowledge bombs dropped throughout the episode. Definitely go back and give it another listen if you missed any of them. As always, if you've liked the episode, please feel free to leave us a rating or review, like Billy mentioned they are super helpful for us, and we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing…

Coffee & A Good Vibe
Leanne Perice ON: Building the #1 Celebrity & Influencer Management Agencies, How To Monetize Your Brand and All Things Influencer Marketing for Brands & Creators

Coffee & A Good Vibe

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 50:54


Leanne Perice (@leanneperice) is the founder of MADE BY ALL (@madebyall), where she provides visionary and strategic management for her clients. Being at the forefront of the digital economy, Leanne values the art of all partnerships and helping her clients monetize outside the box while helping them build a strong brand identity. In 2019, Leanne established her product development division where she co-founds companies and brands with her clients to diversify revenue streams and build equity in owned IP. Additionally, Leanne serves as an advisor to Universal Gamers Amateur Association (UGAA) and has developed a social venture division focused on partnering with CPG brands and tech startups. She works with top agencies and Fortune 500 brands, such as: Procter & Gamble, Amazon, PepsiCo, Walmart, NFL, T-Mobile, Walt Disney and directly with all the top social media platforms. EPISODE OVERVIEW: Leanne's background into forming one of the TOP Talent Management Agencies representing major Celebrity and Influencer Brands Insights / self-serving mindsets on facing negativity / limiting beliefs when paving your own future How she scaled Made By All into the TOP Influencer / Celebrity Management Companies Working with major Fortune 500 brands, such as: Procter & Gamble, Amazon, PepsiCo, Walmart, NFL, T-Mobile, Walt Disney Roles of a Manager and how to know when you need one as a Creative, Influencer, Celebrity / Public Figure / Personal Brand Leanne's blueprint for creating and running a management company Scaling a TEAM / How Leanne works and manages her business Advice to Influencers how to grow a brand to this extent - like a Tessa Brooks, Helen Owen Why it is so important to stay in your lane as a creative and create a brand that is truly authentic to you Multiple Streams of Income for ONLINE creators - content creators, influencers, bloggers What makes for a successful Influencer Marketing Campaign How DTC Brands can approach leveraging and working with influencers Advice to entrepreneurs listening to pave their own way, start their own business Tips for continuing to grow in your space, build your network and rolodex of brands and talent EPISODE MENTIONS: This episode is sponsored by, Gorgias - the leading customer service platform for e-commerce brands. Exclusively for Coffee & A Good Vibe listeners, Try Gorgias for 2 MONTHS Free HERE CONNECT: YOUTUBE ➟ Watch & subscribe to our channel here ➟ Coffee & A Good Vibe Video Interviews To connect with Ayesha Sehra ➟ click HERE Check out our podcast insta ➟ click HERE To learn about my Branding & PR Agency Grow The Social ➟ click HERE

Buzzword - Diamo voce ai contenuti

Cosa resterà degli anni '80? Una grande voglia di riviverli nel 2022, dal cinema, alle serie TV, passando per la musica, la moda e lo stile. Viaggio nel tempo, come in “Ritorno al futuro”, per ripercorrere le atmosfere sbarbate dei mitici 80s (un bel gancio per affrontare il caso di Gillette, il brand di Procter and Gamble)Per "Geniale!": la campagna lancio di "Stranger Things 4" promossa da Netflix che ha riportato Milano nell'era di paninari, punk, taxi gialli e cabine telefoniche.Per "Contaminazioni": la DeLorean Evolved, l'iconica auto degli anni '80 diventa elettrica https://it.motor1.com/news/583694/delorean-evolved-elettrica-dettagli-teaser/

IEN Radio
'No One is Talking About' Latest Shortage

IEN Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 2:13


Consumer goods continue to face supply chain issues. By now, nearly everyone has heard of the baby formula shortages. But another group of products is experiencing a significant shortage and a Time article called it the scarcity “no one's talking about.”This one involves tampons and pads. This shortage is the result of a combination of factors. CNN Business reports there have been supply constraints regarding materials that go into tampons, such as cotton, rayon, pulp and plastic. These products have been going to medical products like personal protection equipment.Even the war in Ukraine plays a role. According to The Observatory of Economic Complexity, in 2020, Russia was the world's top exporter of, which helps to grow cotton, with an export value of $7.6 billion.Then there's the drought in Texas. Drought.gov says 65% of the conditions in the Lone Star State currently qualify as a “severe drought.” According to Texas Farm Bureau, 11.4 million acres of upland cotton were harvested in the U.S. in 2019 and 5.25 million came from Texas. But unlike the toilet paper dearth, a tampon shortage creates a biological demand and women cannot simply wait around for shelves to be restocked. So, naturally, that is being taken advantage of.The Time article mentioned dozens of women on threads and forums who discussed difficulty finding tampons and added that Amazon's prices were higher than usual. Then there's the opinion of Procter & Gamble, the owner of the popular brand Tampax, pointing attention to Amy Schumer. The actress and comedian began appearing in Tampax advertisements in 2020 and according to P&G spokeswoman Cheri McMaster, “retail sales growth has exploded” and demand is up 7.7% since the campaign started. Never mind that a pandemic happened to be escalating around that time or that brands such as Playtex and o.b. from Edgewell Personal Care are also having shortage issues. Thyme Sullivan, the co-founder and CEO of TOP The Organic Project, which makes tampons in Europe, said the gender of people in charge of America and its companies might explain the shortage.Sullivan said, “We need to bring men into the conversation because in many places, they're the decision-makers and this wasn't on their radar.” TOP The Organic Project, founded by women, added there hadn't been any shortages of its products since the beginning of the pandemic. 

The Man Enough Podcast
Giacomo Gianniotti: A Call To Action For Men

The Man Enough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 45:09


In this special episode, Grey's Anatomy star Giacomo Gianniotti brings his vulnerability and grief to the urgent and important conversation about abortion and bodily autonomy. Opening up about his family's experience with miscarriages and the medical intervention his wife, Nichole, needed, Giacomo encourages men to speak out and fight for equality proactively, without being prompted by women. New episodes every Monday

KYO Conversations
Procter & Gamble By Day, Young Poets The Good Wine Co By Night And Weekends, How Eliah Werner Thrives At Both

KYO Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 47:11


Eliah Werner: Brand director at Procter & Gamble by day and founder of Young Poets by night and weekends. Millennials' wine brand Young Poets, was put on the watchlist of the 2022 most important wine personalities in Germany from Vinum._____Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life  Connect with Marc >>>  Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what's resonating with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props

Raj Shamani - Figuring Out
ARE COLLEGE DEGREES RELEVANT? | IIM Grad On Indian Schools, Exams & Sex-Ed | Figuring Out 40

Raj Shamani - Figuring Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 59:02


In Today's Episode of Figuring Out,We have Sumeet Mehta, Co-Founder, and CEO of LEAD. Sumeet has an engineering degree from Punjab Engineering College and a PGDM from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He worked with Procter & Gamble for eight years, leading the company's business in the Asia Pacific region, mostly based in Singapore. In 2007, Sumeet returned to India to work in education and assumed the position of Chief Executive Officer at Zee Learn for five years.In 2012, Sumeet Mehta co-founded LEAD and has been revolutionizing education in the country ever since. Strongly focused on research and development, he is incorporating some of the best educational practices worldwide to make education accessible and affordable to students in small-town India.LEAD works with thousands of K-12 schools where it has integrated its platform that helps them secure books and other resources from vendors, thereby cutting middlemen and bringing quality assurance. The startup helps teachers design the curriculum and find ways to better convey the concepts to students and evaluate the learning outcome.The startup works closely with students to understand the areas where they need improvements.In this episode we have discussed:01 - Parent's role in child's development02 - Flaws of Indian Education System03 - Reasons Why Indian Students Choose to Study Abroad04 - In the future, will we acquire skills, not degrees? and a lot more...If you are interested in knowing about the future of the Indian Education System and how ed-tech startups are revolutionizing education in India watch this episode till the end.  Sumeet Mehta'sSocial Media Handles ⤵︎Linkedin - Sumeet Mehta https://www.linkedin.com/in/sumeet-mehta-975849/•   •   •

Brilliant Balance
Women in the Workplace: Myth vs. Reality with Deanna Bass, former VP of Diversity & Inclusion Procter & Gamble

Brilliant Balance

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 57:49


Most corporate workplaces buy into certain myths that can unintentionally keep women and minorities from reaching their potential (even in diverse and progressive companies).  My guest today, Deanna Bass, has codified these myths that keep true equality just out of reach. One of my earliest mentors during my corporate career, Deanna will rekindle your innate confidence that there is plenty of room for you to achieve your professional dreams, and moreover, that you can bring others along with you. To do so you'll need to challenge some long standing myths, and reveal the reality they're masking. Listen now and discover how to be part of forging stronger companies and a more diverse world.  Show Highlights Include: The weird “Serendipity Secret” for attracting life-changing opportunities (8:51)  Why men must play their part in advancing women and achieving gender equality (20:54)  Why most women and minorities advocating for diversity in the workplace do it as an unpaid side job (22:45)  3 narrative myths about women in the workplace which makes attaining equality more difficult (25:51)  How men's overestimation of their potential damages a pipeline of diverse talent (and how to fix it) (30:04)  Why treating a job post as a wishlist help you land jobs you're “unqualified” for (32:17)  The reason why women naturally fit into modern leadership roles more than men do (33:46)  Why “imposter syndrome” is actually humility in disguise (and gives diverse leaders a massive advantage) (34:10)  How choosing an equal partner at home helps women advance in their careers (43:28)  The counterintuitive way giving men paid maternity leave creates more equality at home and in the workplace (48:05)  **FREE RESOURCES, & SOCIAL LINKS*** Interested in coaching with Brilliant Balance? Schedule an exploratory call here: www.brilliant-balance.com/schedule Subscribe to The Brilliant Balance Weekly and we'll deliver it to your digital doorstep each Tuesday: www.brilliant-balance.com/weekly Need a few moments of peace? Listen to our free 5 Minute Meditation: www.brilliant-balance.com/breathe/ Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/brilliant_balance Join our private Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/281949848958057 Join 30 Days to Vibrant Energy: www.brilliant-balance.com/energy

Ancestral Kitchen
#33 - The Fats We Love, the Fats We Leave

Ancestral Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 67:09


I don't use butter that often – but sometimes I'm really in a buttery mood and I'll fry my pancake in ghee. – Alison For several decades, fats were vilified as the source of many health problems and were avoided by many, including Alison - she avoided all fats, completely, for ten years. The distinction that was lost in this macro witch-hunt was WHICH fats were a problem for our health - because some of them very much ARE a problem, while others are necessary for optimal health. However, the problem fats are the ones being promoted, marketed and sold to people in mass quantities today, and nourishing ancestral fats are being cast aside. Alison and Andrea discuss which fats are optimal for our ancestral kitchens, a little bit about the ones to avoid, and share some of the shocking story on the origin of Crisco. For more details on the origin of Crisco, images from the 1912 marketing book and a collection of vintage lard recipes, check out our Patreon offerings. "We buy pig back fat from Flavio, my farmer, and then we render it ourselves once every six weeks." - Alison Want more? Come be part of our community and help support the continued work of the podcast! Our podcast is sponsored by our patrons and listeners who are also supported by the extra content that we share (think exclusive podcasts, live chats, cook ups and recipes) over at our http://patreon.com/ancestralkitchenpodcast (Patreon community!) From $5 a month (or equivalent in your currency) you'll be helping us with the costs of recording, editing and putting this work out into the world. And you'll get to be part of our community on a deeper level. Patrons - be sure to check Kitchen Table Chats and the Treasure Trove for additional audio recordings + downloadable goodies for this episode! The Run Down: 4:18 What did you eat today? 7:28 Today's episode 9:18 The fats we love in our kitchens 11:31 Why we use these fats 14:48 The fats we don't use 18:03 Patreon bonus mentioned here! 22:44 Another Patreon bonus mentioned! 31:28 Rule of thumb for identifying the good ancestrally-used fats 33:18 Let's talk about Lard! 40:53 Olive oil 48:18 Butter 56:03 Smoke points of fats and oils 58:38 Kids and fats, fertility and fats If you like us and use Apple Podcasts, we'd love it if you left a review! Here's how: Open the Apple Podcast app Find Ancestral Kitchen Podcast in your library (you can search for it) Scroll down to 'ratings and reviews' Click on 'write a review', choose how many wonderful stars you would like to give us (!), title your review and then, in the lower box type a review of up to 300 words. Thank you. We really appreciate you taking the time to support us! "They spent more money on the Crisco marketing campaign than any campaign had ever spent up until that point." Resources: Whole Chicken: Episode 30 Weight Loss: Episode 31 https://www.instagram.com/p/CIjid8TBiJ8/ (Beeswax & Coconut Oil Candle Recipe (Andrea's Instagram)) https://amzn.to/3wBmpKx (Nourishing Traditions, Sally Fallon Morell) https://amzn.to/3MBa3HX (Nourishing Fats, Sally Fallon Morell) https://vintagecookbook.com/product/calendar-of-dinners/ (A Calendar of Recipes by Procter & Gamble Co) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spry_Vegetable_Shortening (Spry Vegetable Shortening) https://www.instagram.com/valledelsasso/ (Flavio's Instagram) https://www.instagram.com/p/CdqJFOHqscS/ (Alison's pane con ciccioli (lard crackling bread) on Instagram) https://ancestralkitchen.com/2022/05/05/paneconciccioli/ (Pane con ciccioli recipe) https://www.almostbananas.net/makke-oskvarkove-pagace-soft-lard-crackling-biscuits/ (Soft lard crackling biscuits) https://amzn.to/3wJ1BQ8 (Chewing the Fat, Karima Moyer-Nocchi) https://amzn.to/3wCVC0w (Larkrise to Candleford, Flora Thompson) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqsvmrjWY7fPcKqWHnYVTMA (Elly's Everyday Soap Making Channel) Aran making Injera: Patrons, check the Kitchen Table Chats Patreon feed for

BLUE CAST by TENCEL™  / CARVED IN BLUE®
BLUE CAST Ep 210 - Decades in the Making

BLUE CAST by TENCEL™ / CARVED IN BLUE®

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 27:33


BLUE CAST Ep210 - Decades in the MakingThis BLUE CAST Episode, Tricia Carey talks with Aamir Akhtar CEO, Lifestyle Fabrics - Denim at ARVIND LTDAamir Akhtar a professional with over three decades of experience across sectors like, Oil Industry, fast moving Consumer Goods ( FMCG), textiles and Apparels and Advanced Materials. Aamir's been with Arvind since 2002. A Master in Business Administration, his previous assignments include Oil Corporation, Geep Industries ( Later acquired by Procter and Gamble ) and Reliance Industries.   Tricia Carey is a well-known advocate for innovation and sustainability in the textile and apparel industry. Twenty years ago, Tricia joined Courtalds Fibers NY to develop the marketing plan for a brand new fiber called TENCEL. When Lenzing Fibers acquired Tencel Inc. in 2004, Tricia became the USA Merchandising Manager for Womenswear, Menswear, and Intimates. Today, Tricia directs the Global Denim Segment, as well as the Americas Business Development teams, with a special interest in advancing more sustainable apparel development from fiber to consumer use. Tricia holds a Bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from The Fashion Institute of Technology and certificates in Digital Marketing and Strategy from Cornell University and MIT. Her experience in fabric sales, global sourcing, and apparel business development make her an invaluable partner for brands and retailers who want to re-evaluate their supply chains and optimize the application and benefits of Lenzing's botanic fibers. Tricia also serves as Secretary of Accelerating Circularity Project, is a member of the FIT Textile Department Advisory Board and was Vice Chair at Textile Exchange from 2014-2018.  In 2020 she was nominated as B2B Content Marketer of the Year by Content Marketing Institute, as well as top 100 Denim Legend by WeAr Magazine.  In 2019 Tricia was awarded the RIVET 50, influential denim industry leaders.  She has been a speaker as various industry events including United Nations, Transformers, Texworld, Premiere Vision, Wear Conference, and more. She is based in New York City and can be reached through LinkedIn.BLUE CAST by TENCEL™ / CARVED IN BLUE®A podcast series created by Michael Kininmonth and Tricia Carey from Lenzing's TENCEL™ Denim team. Each month, they will host an in-depth talk with a special guest working in the industry or on the fringes of the denim community. Listen for discussions on sustainability, career trajectories, personal denim memories and more.Graphics, recording and editing by Mohsin Sajid and Sadia Rafique from ENDRIME® for TENCEL™ / CARVED IN BLUE®.Find us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @carvedinblue. And get in touch denim@lenzing.comhttps://carvedinblue.tencel.com/https://www.youtube.com/c/bluelenzhttps://bluecast.buzzsprout.com

The Man Enough Podcast
Shane & Hannah Burcaw: Love is Not a Burden

The Man Enough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 86:14


Shane & Hannah Burcaw—well-known disability advocates, speakers, and relationship vloggers—bring their humor, humanity, and vulnerability to this powerful conversation about their interabled marriage. By tackling the realities of caregiving, how the messages of masculinity impact their relationship, and the value of true intimacy, Shane and Hannah are changing the way society sees and honors disability. New episodes every Monday

Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast
Kevin Shapiro, Coty SVP of US Marketing

Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 44:09


“Authenticity and relevancy are easy to connect back to the business when you have people who represent the diversity of our consumers.” Kevin Shapiro is Coty's SVP of US Marketing at Consumer Beauty at Coty, where he manages a large portfolio of consumer brands, including Sally Hansen and CoverGirl. Kevin has led beauty brands across a number of iconic global companies, including L'Oreal, Revlon, Elizabeth Arden and Procter & Gamble — where he served as brand manager on The Art of Shaving and Pantene. Having received his MBA from the University of Southern California, and studied business at Georgetown, Kevin actually got started in the Automotive industry working for Edmunds. Kevin grew up in Mexico and brings his fluency in Spanish and a multicultural mindset to everything he does. You'll enjoy this candid conversation on authentic brand building, representation, and the power of learning and listening in the ever changing beauty industry.

Marketing Week
This Much I've Learned: P&G on career development

Marketing Week

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 23:50


In the latest episode of Marketing Week's This Much I Learned podcast, we speak to two Procter & Gamble marketers at different stages of their career who have both benefitted from a culture of continual learning and the constant exchange of ideas.

Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast
Aftab Pureval, Cincinnati Mayor

Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 51:21


“Politics is all about empathy — people believing that you understand their plight, their issue, their life — and that you have a plan to help them.” Aftab Pureval is the Mayor of the city of Cincinnati. As Cincinnati's 70th Mayor, Aftab has made equitable economic growth a top priority of his administration, as well as a comprehensive reform and improvement of public safety, affordable housing, and environmental action. Formerly serving as the first Democrat to be elected Hamilton County Clerk of Courts in over 100 years, Aftab opened an award-winning Help Center and became the first countywide officeholder in Ohio to offer paid family leave. Mayor Aftab was born and raised in Southwest Ohio - he attended The Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati College of Law where he represented victims of domestic violence who could not afford an attorney. Aftab served as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and worked as an attorney at Procter & Gamble working on brands like Olay. Mayor Aftab lives in Clifton with his wife and sons. You'll enjoy this candid conversation about redefining what a name means - and showing up for what matters.

The Playbook
Leading With a Learning Mindset | Interview With Guy Persaud, President of Procter & Gamble's New Business Unit

The Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 23:16


Guy Persaud, President of Procter & Gamble's New Business Unit, shares his insights on how combining the agility of a startup with the knowledge and resources of P&G is driving innovation for the company. Persaud and host of #ThePlaybook, David Meltzer, sit down to discuss a range of topics including how P&G encourages "intrapreneurship" within the organization, how to lead with a learning mindset, and the value that comes from creating an environment where every individual on your team can thrive. Tweet me your takeaway from today's episode @davidmeltzer  Email Me! david@dmeltzer.com Sign up for my Free Weekly Training https://free.dmeltzer.com/friday-training-1 Text Me! (949) 298-2905 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Be Brave at Work
Episode 217: Rick West

Be Brave at Work

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 22:32


Join us on Be Brave at Work as we speak with Rick West. Rick is the CEO and Co-Founder of Field Agent, a global Work-On-Demand Platform. Prior to starting Field Agent, Rick worked 16 years with Procter & Gamble in various assignments in the United States, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. Since leaving P&G, he has been a start-up Entrepreneur for 19 years. Rick has co-founded multiple start-ups, including the Northstar Partnering Group, CORE4 Research, JOYN, and most recently Field Agent. He is a mentor and speaker within the entrepreneurial community and an active board member. He is also a member of the global Endeavor Entrepreneur network. Rick is an 8 wing 7 and has a BBA in Personnel and Industrial Relations with a minor in Economics from the University of Kentucky. Links of Interest LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Website A special thank you to our sponsor, Cabot Risk Strategies. For more information, please visit them at CabotRisk.com Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! More information about Ed, visit Excellius.com © 2022 Ed Evarts

Mitchell Levy Presents AHA Moments
Andrea Feinberg, Paul Smith & Mauri Schwartz on Thought Leader Life Credibility Specials (MLP 165)

Mitchell Levy Presents AHA Moments

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 25:55


Get to know these successful thought leaders and find out how they present themselves and their crafts as experts in their fields. Andrea Feinberg is the President of Coaching Insight LLC. She has more than 25 years of experience helping clients articulate, achieve and exceed their goals. She is a graduate of New York University's Stern School of Business (Marketing). She achieved designations of Certified Strategic Business Leadership Coach, Certified Facilitator-Coach, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst, Certified Professional Speaker and Certified Emotional Intelligence Mentor through EQ. She also published or contributed to 6 books including “Time Junkie: 101 Tips for Biz Owners to Get More Time NOW”, “The Essential Coaching Book” and “Productivity”, published by Doodle.com. If you recognize that you're working your butt off but not getting to where you need to go, you should reach out to Andrea Feinberg by visiting her website at https://bossonthebeach.com/ or https://linkedin.com/in/andreafeinberg. Paul Smith is the Managing Director at Story Makers, LLC and a Principal at thoughtLEADERS, LLC. He is also a bestselling author, business storytelling coach, and keynote speaker. He is one of the world's leading experts in business storytelling. He has worked with international giants such as Hewlett Packard, Google, Ford Motor Company, Bayer Medical, and Procter & Gamble. His work has been featured in various publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Time, Forbes, The Washington Post, and London's Financial Times. If you think that you or the people in your organization are not telling stories and reaching an audience the way they should, consider reaching out to Paul Smith by visiting his website at http://leadwithastory.com or https://www.linkedin.com/in/SmithPa9. Mauri Schwartz is a professional speaker, dynamic executive branding manager, results-based job searching coaching expert, and President and CEO of Career Insiders. She has a rare combination among career consultants – highly technical experience with an MBA education. Mauri's strategies enabled laid-off workers to get reemployed quickly, making for an easier transition for them and their organization as she works with clients to create outplacement programs. She's a professional “people person” who knows exactly how to help her clients to be successful in making their next career move. If you're interested in mitigating the risk of layoffs by having an outplacement firm support, consider reaching out to Mauri Schwartz by visiting her websites https://careerinsiders.com/ and https://www.linkedin.com/in/maurischwartz/. Global Credibility Expert, Mitchell Levy is a TEDx speaker and international bestselling author of over 60 books. As The AHA Guy at AHAthat (https://ahathat.com), he helps to extract the genius from your head in a two-three hour interview so that his team can ghostwrite your book, and publish it, distribute it, and make you an Amazon bestselling author in four months or less. He is an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. He's provided strategic consulting to over one hundred companies and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell has been happily married for thirty years and regularly spends four weeks in Europe with family and friends. Visit https://mitchelllevy.com/mitchelllevypresents/ for an archive of all the podcast episodes. Connect to Mitchell Levy on: Credibility Nation YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/3kGA1LI Credibility Nation LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/credibilitynation/ Mitchell Levy Present AHA Moments: https://mitchelllevy.com/mitchelllevypresents/ Thought Leader Life: https://thoughtleaderlife.com Twitter: @Credtabulous Instagram: @credibilitynation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Drop In CEO
Sean O'Shaughnessey: Why Your Pitch isn't Your Sales Problem

Drop In CEO

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 31:04


On today's episode Sean O'Shaughnessey explores the value of identifying your target audience when working through sales issues. Listen in as Deborah and Sean discuss the process of honing your pitch, why small and medium-sized businesses often struggle with sales, and how to “eliminate the competition” with integrity. Sean also shares how he is able to sustain a healthy passion for sales through recognition and rewards.   Sean O'Shaughnessey is a professional salesperson with over 35 years of experience in complex business-to-business sales. After accumulating enough airline miles and hotel points to travel the world, Sean decided to focus his skills at helping small and medium-sized businesses. Over his career, Sean has perfected his skill at bringing new products to market. Since most small businesses struggle at perfecting the sales process of their products, Sean's skills and expertise are in high demand. Sean has worked for some of the best sales organizations in the world. His resume includes Rockwell Automation, PTC, Oracle, IBM, SAP, TIBCO, Hitachi, Red Hat, and several startups. He has held positions as high as VP Worldwide Sales. Sean has sold to dozens of Fortune 500 companies including (but not limited to): Ally, Cardinal Health, Chrysler (FCA), Cummins, Eli Lilly, Fifth Third, Ford, General Electric, General Motors, Honda, Jackson Insurance, Key, Kroger, Lear, LexisNexis, Lexmark, L Brands, Nationwide, Papa Johns, Procter & Gamble, Progressive, Sallie Mae, Sherwin-Williams, and Toyota. Sean has achieved or exceeded quota over 2 dozen times (many times over 200% of quota). Has been in the top producer category at least 10 times and has had a top 10 largest deal of the year at least 20 times. Sean lives with his high school sweetheart wife in a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. They are the proud parents of three adult children.   You can connect with Sean via LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/soshaughnessey/   Create a personal career strategy that develops the leadership and communication skills you need to assess challenges, showcase your skills, and demonstrate your ability to be a C-Suite Leader. Learn more about the C-Suite Academy here: https://bit.ly/csawaitlist22 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.