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Jeff grew up on a 100-acre farm in north central Ohio. His Papaw bought that farm with his life savings, and it was on this very farm that he learned most of the lessons that have guided him through his personal and professional journey. His Papaw believed that problem solvers ruled the world and that with enough creativity, ingenuity and in our case, a little duct tape, that you could solve any problem and likely help anyone else solve theirs as well. Today, Jeff calls that the “Platinum rule”. That you should treat others better than they expect to be treated. In this episode, Brad and Jeff discuss Jeff's story and what it means to problem solve with critical thinking. 00:00 Intro 01:11 Jeff's story 02:01 “Hard work and perseverance is what gets you ahead in life.” - Jeff Bloomfield 06:01 Braintrust 08:37 “All human decision making happens emotionally first.”- Jeff Bloomfield 12:47 Bomb: When the human brain is under pressure it always communicates from its highest level of training, knowledge, and belief. 14:16 Neuroselling on Amazon 15:30 Reading 17:45 Join Brad's closer school https://www.closerschoollive.com 19:05 Beliefs drive behaviors 21:31 There are two types of trust: personal and professional 24:09 The formula 30:00 How to tell the story 37:30 Ask questions that matter 42:00 Leadership 44:18 “You can't manage people, you can manage processes, but you have to lead people.” - Jeff Bloomfield 49:17 For businesses go to https://www.braintrustgrowth.com and for individuals go to https://www.braintrustacademy.com 53:57 Bomb: Without repetition, the habit never forms
Aplicativos de redes sociais possuem filtros que permitem que a gente mexa na nossa aparência em nossas próprias fotos -- as chamadas "selfies".Mas isso causa alguma distorção na percepção de nossa própria imagem?Confira no papo entre o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.> OUÇA (59min 52s)*Naruhodo! é o podcast pra quem tem fome de aprender. Ciência, senso comum, curiosidades, desafios e muito mais. Com o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.Edição: Reginaldo Cursino.http://naruhodo.b9.com.br*PARCERIA: ALURAA Alura tem mais de 1.000 cursos de diversas áreas e é a maior plataforma de cursos online do Brasil -- e você tem acesso a todos com uma única assinatura.Aproveite o desconto de R$100 para ouvintes Naruhodo no link:https://www.alura.com.br/promocao/naruhodo *PARCERIA: INSIDERVocê consegue imaginar uma camiseta básica dos sonhos? Ela não precisa de ferro de passar, porque desamassa no próprio corpo. Tem tecido antibacteriano, evitando cheiros fortes no tecido. Ela respira, porque tem tecnologia de termorregulagem. É amiga do meio ambiente, porque precisa de muito menos água para ser produzida que uma camiseta comum. Ela não desbota e é feita pra durar.Ela existe e é a Tech T-Shirt da Insider, uma verdadeira evolução da camiseta básica. E tem vantagem pra você, ouvinte: é só usar o cupom NARUHODO na hora da compra para ter um desconto especial em toda a linha de produtos!Mas precisa usar o endereço especial: bit.ly/TechTShirt_NaruhodoINSIDER. Produtos tecnologicamente essenciais.*PARCERIA: GLOBOPLAYEstá no ar o podcast "Conversas Paralelas", o mais recente projeto do Ivan Mizanzuki. Você talvez conheça o Mizanzuki pela série "O Caso Evandro", mas esse projeto não tem nada a ver com o gênero "true crime".O "Conversas Paralelas" é um podcast de entrevistas em que ele explora os interesses secretos de pessoas ilustres ou os conhecimentos ilustres de pessoas interessantes. Uma das convidadas que já passou por lá é a Lorelay Fox, falando de sua paixão por histórias fantásticas sobre OVNIs, alienígenas e tudo aquilo que não sabemos se está lá fora ou não.Então vai lá conhecer: https://open.spotify.com/show/3rseCPNtfrhtKy5lSsH04nPodcast. Tem um pra você no Globoplay.*REFERÊNCIASInstagram proíbe filtros que façam você parecer alguém que não éhttps://www.ovelhasvoadoras.com.br/2019/10/instagram-proibe-filtros-que-facam-voce-parecer-alguem-que-nao-e.html?fbclid=IwAR1FvXPk7F4MWWWs239Ym4gxOLdMl4ZBww6StN5HGm8PNP-YX9EWPLT_G0Q
BenGreenfieldFitness.com/Koon My friend and today's podcast guest Jason Koon is a professional poker player. As of August 2021, he is the 10th highest earner in history, with nearly $32,000,000 in winnings. Originally from West Virginia, Jason was raised outdoors, spending much of his childhood fishing, hunting, and playing sports. Jason attended West Virginia Wesleyan College on a track scholarship where he competed as a sprinter. He would go on to graduate with a finance undergraduate degree, as well as an M.B.A. Jason found poker in college after suffering a severe hip injury. Within months he was winning money playing on the internet. By the time Jason finished university, he was winning at high-stakes poker games on the internet. After taking a finance job in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jason almost immediately quit and decided to give playing poker for a living a chance. Jason is married to his wife Bianca and has a newborn son, Calum. They reside in Las Vegas, NV. Detailed show notes containing links to resources, podcasts and articles mentioned in today's show can be found at https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/koon In this episode, you'll hear: -The mental and physical grind of becoming and remaining an elite poker player... -How to excel at poker without getting into the trap of gambling... -Nootropics and smart drugs that assist with focus... -Meditation and keeping the mental game optimized... **Specific nootropics for optimal brain function with special guest Lucas Aoun... -And much more! Episode sponsors: -Kion Clean Protein -Organifi Red Juice -Clearlight Saunas -Vuori bengreenfieldfitness.com/koon
For decades, young athletes only had one major route to the playing professional leagues — playing for an NCAA Division I team. Today, however, talented basketball players have a chance to skip college and go professional in leagues like Overtime Elite, which pays its players six-figure salaries while prepping them for a professional career either in the NBA or abroad. Is this a positive trend that allows athletes to monetize their abilities or is it a youth sports culture taken to the apex of extremes? We'll talk about professional high school basketball and what it means for the future of the sport.
Professional clown Anders Lee joins to pitch our most extensive Card Shark Tank game to date For the full episode and all our bonus content support the show @ patreon.com/BOSpod
In this week's episode, I talk about the top ten traits of successful freelance medical writers. Qualities like having a science background, being detail oriented and having the ability to sit quietly at a computer are a given and not included. I provide an overview in this week's podcast and then I'll be going into detail into each one over the next several weeks. Here are the top 10 traits as I see them: Focused on what the client and reader wants and needs Follows directions Follows formatting Responsive Well versed in AMA style and rules of editing. Organized and mindful of time. Cheerful/forgiving/flexible Professional with clients on calls LinkedIn presence. Lifelong learner Find out more information about how to get into freelance medical writing at 6weekcourse.com Does your company need medical writing assistance? visit Nascentmc.com VisualMedComms is a brand new membership where you can learn how to make your medical and scientific communications visually appealing and benefit from incorporating a new set of in-demand skills to offer your clients. visualmedcomms.com
Learn how to use videos on social media to grow your small business. Learn how videos can help you reach your target audience. Professional videographer tips. This week's guest is Matt Peet. Matt Peet is a Videographer turned Marketer. He got his start shooting weddings 10 years ago where he learned how to shoot and edit video fast. He then took that to the entrepreneur space and has been the videographer at large 4000 person events and small 30 person masterminds in places like Puerto Rico. Some of his clients include John Lee Dumas, Disney, Podcast Movement, Woodhouse Day Spa, and more. He has shot at events with speakers like Dan Kennedy from Magnetic Marketing, Pat Flynn, Tony Robbins, and Mark Cuban. Key Takeaways: How video helps boost your reach How video helps you engage with your target audience How to make adding video to your content easier How to find creative video content ideas What you need to film good videos Connect with Matt: https://mattpeet.com (Website) https://www.facebook.com/matthew.peet (Facebook) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/matt-peet-marketing-podcast/id1553536313 (Podcast) Music: Tuesday by Sascha Ende, Music.io
Welcome One! Welcome ALL! To another edition of The Golden Age of Grappling! This week we dive back to the millennium for a Holiday Stuffed Episode full of Thanksgiving Fun! Undercard Wrestlers all are given WWF Recipe book Recipes to bring to the dinner! The Rock teaches William Regal about the meaning of Thanksgiving! The One Billy Gunn has Gold to be thankful for! And Commissioner Foley is running the show!
Anita Laney currently serves as President and CEO of Professional Partnering Solutions, a full-service supplier diversity consulting and technology firm, where she and her team also developed DataLou, a supplier diversity SaaS product and business. VaynerX's Chief Diversity Officer, Vanessa Vining, previously worked under Anita at a previous position. We were fortunate to hear from Anita at the VaynerX Diversity Summit on November 4. This value-packed episode begins with Anita's career journey: from full-service travel agency, to supplier diversity in construction and utilities, to her first forays into advertising, to launching Professional Partnering Solutions and founding DataLou. She's honest about the challenges of transitioning to a new industry, learning how to teach others about her roles and supplier diversity, and scaling a fast-growing company. Lastly, she looks toward the future and offers advice for solving supplier diversity for the next generations. In-flight topics: What is supplier diversity? Career changes in a new industry Challenges of scaling a fast-growing company Keeping up with industry changes and trends Anita's “in-flight checklist” ...and more! Relevant Links: Anita LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anita-laney-8a76699/ Anita Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnitaLaney_PPS PPS website: https://professionalps.com/ PPS LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/professional-partnering-solutions-inc-/ PPS Twitter: https://twitter.com/PPSCreativeSupp
In this episode, Todd shares pivotal moments and reflects on things he wishes he would have done differently in his career. But as we all know, with every mistake comes an opportunity to grow. Looking to grow your own business? Sign up for Todd's 5 Day Bootcamp Challenge at www.toddhartley.com/challenge
On this episode, we welcome back Gabe Lett to talk about his new book The AEC Professional's Guidebook. Gabe outlines the inspiration behind the book and gives us some of his favorite tips! Gabe Lett, CPSM, FSMPS is a veteran of A/E/C marketing and business development. He has served three consulting engineering firms over a 17-year career. He is a published writer, contributing numerous articles educating and promoting best practices for A/E/C marketing professionals. Gabe also presents for several SMPS chapters and regional conferences on a range of topics. His background as a Licensed Professional Counselor gives Gabe unique insights into the marketing profession. Pre-order his book here: https://theaecguide.weebly.com/about-the-book.html. Start a coversation with Gabe here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabelett/
When Dr. Isabel Hunsinger was five, her mother gave her the game, Operation. We talked about the buzzer sound that occurred if the game's tweezers touched the sides of the openings in the “patient”. And the nose would light up in red too. It was either a game you loved or found unnerving. Isabel loved it. Isabel had an uncle from Cuba who was an anesthesiologist and she absolutely adored him. She said he would walk into the room and light it up. Isabel's love for her uncle sparked her interest in medicine from a very young age. Or was it the Operation game? When her parents divorced, Isabel went to live with her father in Buenos Aires, Argentina until she graduated from high school. Then, she returned to the U.S. and got a job on an organic farm in Pennsylvania. She was still thinking about medicine but also had a keen interest in agriculture, and began college intending to major in it. After one year, she realized it was not for her. Isabel left school, and moved to Boulder, Colorado where she got a job waiting tables. There, she had a defining moment, as she refers to it, “I was serving a cocktail and some guy pinched my bottom. And I said, I will never put up with this again. I'm going to become a doctor.“ Isabel has been a medical doctor since 1991 and over time, she grew unhappy with the U.S. healthcare system. She wants to get to the root of diseases, not just throw a Band-Aid on them. Her goal is to see people healed. In 2000, Isabel, her husband, and their two young daughters moved to New Zealand to experience a different culture. She hoped to find a better system of care there but that was not the case. With her husband, Culinary Nutrition Expert, Chef Michael, Isabel has created the brand Doctoronamission, where they prevent and reverse disease, and give hope. In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Isabel's journey: Isabel has been offering tele-medicine for the past seven years including online courses and 1-to-1 coaching. She focuses on Alzheimer's, Dementia, Cognitive Decline, Anxiety, Depression, Diabetes. Learn more and connect with Isabel here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doctoronamission/ https://www.facebook.com/doctoronamission https://www.instagram.com/doctoronamission/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossybrainsolution www.doctoronamission.com
Aileen and Glenda tackle the dreaded topic of performance reviews in a way that is –– against all odds–– interesting and entertaining. Their research shines a light on HOW and WHY performance reviews were created in the first place, how they've evolved since then, and where they're headed now in this weird COVID era.Don't miss this episode that can be a definite icebreaker for your next awkward meeting.You can dive deeper into the article we discussed during this episode by clicking on this link:https://hbr.org/2016/10/the-performance-management-revolution
On today's podcast we talk with Haley Grachico about her intense, fast birth experience at a freestanding birth center. Haley and her husband, Dr. Ismael, are graduates of the EBB childbirth class with EBB Instructors Marnellie Bishop and Ali Buchanan. For the birth of their baby, Josefine, they hired Marnellie and Marnellie's backup Ali Buchanan as their doula. Iz completed his general surgery residency at Oregon Health and Science University just 13 days before Josefine's arrival. A week after Josefine was born, the Grachico family moved to Grants Pass, Oregon, where Is joined a private practice general surgery group. Haley is enjoying time with Josefine and their two dogs, Duke and Bentley. Haley has since then started a new parents group in town and is exploring options to possibly become a doula and to support families in a different way in their new community. We talk about Haley and Dr. Iz's experience taking the EBB Childbirth Class, and the importance of them having a doula to help with their different perspectives on birth and medicine. We also talk about Haley's intense, fast birth and how the influence of her empowering birth support inspired her in wanting to become a future doula to support other families in her community. RESOURCES: Learn more about the Oregon parenting group, “The Parent Trip” here. Learn more about EBB Instructor, Marnellie Bishop here. Listen to Marnellie's EBB 191 episode here. Learn more about EBB Instructor, Ali Buchanan here. Listen to Ali's EBB 169 episode here. Learn more about Ann Marie Gilligan from Gilligan's Guide here. Listen to Ann Marie's EBB 165 episode here. Listen to EBB 15 on nitrous oxide here. View our YouTube video on nitrous oxide here. Learn more about the third stage of birth from our signature article here. Learn more about HypnoBirthing here. For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/EvidenceBasedBirth/), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ebbirth/), and Pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/ebbirth/). Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/become-pro-member/). Find an EBB Instructor here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/find-an-instructor-parents/), and click here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/childbirth-class/) to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.
Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is joined by Ugo Alisiobi, ITS Partner, based in our New York Metro ITS practice, for Ugo's first time in St. Louis. They discuss their paths to careers in international taxation; the struggles, joys, and rewards of being an international tax practitioner; being proactive and authentic in your career; imposter syndrome; finding - and being - a mentor; and working at PwC.
Let's explore the rise, legitimacy, motivations and pressures of the side hustle. Having a side hustle is almost part of the fabric of being a black woman working. Whether it be baking bread for church, drop shipping or a whole second profession, it is not a foreign concept for us to have a passion that has perhaps become a job. The BWW Team discuss the needs and necessities of having a side hustle, not just for financial gain but also for our wellbeing and how easy it is to strike a balance without being burnt out or being in breach of your work contract. Connect Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter and Instagram: @bwwpodcastuk, #bwwpodcastuk Website: www.blackwomenworking.com Natalie- @mscarter_13 Tols- @tolsabeni Chantelle- @mscocolondon Rachel- @rachnjk
Vera-Lee explains how Dreams are what makes us feel passion but at what point can we make them into a goal and reality?Do you know the difference between and dream and a goal? Spoiler alert! It's the movement! The action you take. That's the big secret. That's where the WhyMeMovement is all about the actions we take including the decisions we make - discovering the opportunities to grow and learn through adversity. Vera-Lee has a special interest in helping people on a weight loss journey, particularly those who relate to morbid obesity, former/forever athletes, pre or post weight loss surgery, chronic illness and disability. Vera-Lee understands how to help you with the emotional and mental side of weight loss and conditioning, using a combination of techniques and allied professionals to best support your unique needs.She is a forever athlete who applies techniques for calm yet powerful coaching/mentoring sessions to help you achieve goals and improve your personal and professional confidence in every area of your life.If you really want to achieve results in your life and you are ready to commit to the process with Vera-Lee, who understands what it is like to overcome adversity, time and time again, you can book your discovery call now by clicking this link to find out how she can help you overcome your obstacles and rediscover passion and confidence to set and achieve those goals you desire. Vera-Lee has a specific interest in helping others with discovering a new approach to weight loss for people with disabilities, chronic illness, and who have been and are forever athletes and now dealing with unfamiliar territory of weight issues after a competitive career.Vera-Lee provides one to one and group coaching Click here to start the conversation on social media with Vera-Lee and experience her unique ability to help guide you through to your optimal state of living. Vera-Lee is from Australia and has an extensive background in Education, Sports Coaching and Business Administration and Leadership with Management Consulting. If you thought of someone who might find value in this podcast episode today, you can share the link and use it as an opportunity to let this person know you are thinking of them today, continuing the connection and relationships that foster hope and togetherness.Support the podcast and movement with a small donation here or contact Vera-Lee to discuss a sponsorship for the show to help our impact reach even further and inspire, connect and empower more people who want to life life to their fullest capacity. We appreciate your support to help the ongoing costs involved with producing this show for people in over 20 countries (at the time of this release).Vera-Lee launched in the top 30 iTunes charts in multiple countries after her training and has a loyal and growing audience who love the content being produced. #whymemovement #wtflab #weightloss #adversityistheniche #whymegirl #chewtheflab #flabtalks #flabbyfriday #weightloss #theadversityqueen #mentalhealthwarriors #foreverathlete #whymewednesday #whymepodcast #embrace #inspire #empower #connect
Returning guest, Sharon Martin LCSW, has done it again! Sharon has written a workbook on setting boundaries in your relationships, at work, or your business to personal self-care. If you are a highly sensitive professional woman who wants to feel confident in setting limits vs thinking you are mean or guilty for doing so this episode is for you. Find out more in the show notes: www.nicoleburgesscoaching.com/ep153 *************************************************** Are you curious what Inner Power would be as an animal? Take this two-minute quiz and find out. You can sign up for more tips and information after your complete the quiz. https://nicoleburgesscoaching.com/quiz
Adelle is a British middle distance track athlete, who has competed for Great Britain over 800m on a number of occasions. Adelle has competed internationally on a European, Commonwealth and World stage for over 10 years. Adelle's international debut was a the European Youth Olympics in 2009, where she won a Silver medal at 16 years old. Since then, she has gone on to compete for Great Britain at a senior level competing at two European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam 2016 and Berlin 2018, at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Portland 2016, World Athletics Championships in London 2017, World University Games in Taipei 2017, the Commonwealth Games for team England in Gold Coast 2018 and at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Glasgow 2019. Throughout competing as a senior athlete on the international stage, Adelle has balanced her life off the track working as a Hair & Makeup artist. Adelle is a Woman's Sport Trust 'UNLOCKED' Alumni and proud ambassador for the British Dyslexia Association & Dementia UK, two causes very close to her heart. "Sport has so much to offer, I'd love all woman to have the opportunity to enhance their life with sport. There is so much power in lifting each other up and continuing to create spaces for woman & girls to flourish.” - Adelle Tracey New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Adelle Wanting to be an athlete Being inspired by the Olympics Being inspired by her head teacher - Mr Potter Excelling at sports day Getting involved in the school running club Making her first GB team at 16 Achieving her first Silver medal Discovering make up later on Remembering back to the Youth Olympics Being part of a team Being inspired by female role models Looking up to Dame Kelly Holmes Running the longer distances Endurance sports in athletics Winter training and weekly milage Magical Moments from the past 10 years Finishing 4th in the final Getting a personal best (PB) in the semi finals Tactics on the start line Working with a sports psychologist Music during the warmups Following a cool room process Training in a winter block - an approx week and what it looks like Doing a triple day Pre-hab, stretching and rolling Sleeping and napping Keeping injury free Maintaining motivation levels Getting out of the door Working as hard as she can Advice for more advanced runner who want to run faster Advice for getting your mojo back Going back to your reason why The importance of goals Linking her training to her period. Working with Fitrwomen Future goals Funding and paying for her lifestyle Why 2020 was such a difficult year Dealing with financial stress Ending the season on a high Having a vision board and writing down goals Final words of advice Social Media Website: www.adelletracey.com Instagram: @adelletracey Twitter: @adelle_tracey
Everything bad in American is traced back to its professional managerial class, the highly credentialed self dealing charlatans carrying water for the richest one percent. We talk with Professor Catherine Liu author of the classic "Virtue Hoarders: The Case Against The Professional Managerial Class." This is a Pledgisode. Please support independent media by donating to this show: https://davidfeldmanshow.com/supporting-people-in-need/ Guests With Time Codes (3:36) David Does the News (1:13:30) Catherine Liu (Professor of Film and Media Studies at University of California, Irvine and author of "Virtue Hoarders: The Case against the Professional Managerial Class") (2:02:00) Howie Klein (founder and treasurer of The Blue America PAC and author of Down With Tyranny) (2:33:55) David Cobb (environmental activist and Green Party Presidential candidate) (2:59:20) Dr. Harriet Fraad (host of "Capitalism Hits Home") (3:30:53) Professor Adnan Husain ("Guerrilla History" and "The Majlis" podcasts) (4:09:53) Professor Mary Anne Cummings (physicist and parks commissioner Aurora, Illinois) (4:33:33) Community Billboard with Dan Frankenberger played by Mr. and Mrs. Brown (4:58:53) Peter B. Collins (Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame) (5:41:55) Professor Mike Steinel (Jazz historian and Dylanologist) (6:09:58) Henry Hakamäki fills us in on the latest Covid variant
JY Aubone joins David and Steve as we talk JY's own tennis journey along with hearing his experiences traveling with World #25 Reilly Opelka over the past several years. Please enjoy listening to this fun discussion. Find "Court-Side with Beilinson Tennis": Tennis Channel Podcast Network: https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/10/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtsidewithbeilinsontennis Instagram: https://instagram.com/court_side_with_beilinson Twitter: https://twitter.com/Court_Side_w_BT Website: https://www.beilinsontennis.com/
It's been established that we here at ProCo love Reba more than the average person. That is unless the average person is someone who watches CMT game shows hosted by Barbra Jean. They REALLY love Reba. So while they're all distracted by a Reba reunion, we're sneaking onto and winning The Singing Bee. Zach writes the next hit country song, Jared brags about his juicy turkey, and Adam becomes the little boy from Reba. Talking Points Include: The Three Kings Real Epiphany, The Army's Turkey Rules, Folk Hero Boy Bands, Jason Spader: The House Swinger, Wayne Brady's Public Audition, Karaoke Etiquette, Ford and Coors, I Love This Cud
In this installment of The Max Van Auken Podcast (The MVP), Max is joined by UFC Veteran, Men's Health Best Selling Author & Writer, IBJJF World Master Champ, Actor, Bobby Maximus! They discuss.. - Professional sports Draft Theory - Bobby pursuit to return to the UFC - Importance of Health - Golden State Warriors Youtube : Max Van Auken Twitter : @BobbyMaximus @Max_Van_Auken **Subscribe, Rate, Download**
"Always This Hard." - Luc Besson's Léon: The Professional This week, Mr. Chavez & I sit down to discuss a classic of the1990's, Luc Besson's 1994 Hit-Man Love Story, Léon: The Professional. A fascinating film that transcends it's reputation as an inappropriate male-fantasy, Besson's story of a young girl orphaned when her family is murdered by D.E.A. agents and taken in by slow-witted, but gentle and caring, hit-man, Léon: The Professional is a film that tackles much larger issues than is normally seen in an action movie. Ibrahim & I are very aware of the controversies and problems of this film, Besson's personal life, and - most importantly - Natalie Portman's experiences with early sexualization that were born out of this film. Regardless of all of the problems (and we are NOT dismissing them in anyway) this is a film with sad, nuanced, and beautiful performances, as well as an over-the-top and bravado one by the great Gary Oldman. This was a fun film to go back to. We hope you enjoy the talk. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to email@example.com. Our Continued Thanks for Your Love & Support.
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Skateboarding has a long and winding history here in the US. It can be a tough task to say who the "first" of anything really was, but Patti McGee, was very possibly the first professional skateboarder and her legacy lives on today. Check out my friends:indiedropin.comalso check out our merch store:obscurehistorypod.com
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On this week's trip into the Mind of the Meanie, it's an ALL #AskMeanie episode! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code MEANIE20 at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod For more information and exclusive updates, follow Mind of the Meanie on Social Media. www.mindofthemeanie.com www.facebook.com/mindofthemeanie www.twitter.com/mindofthemeanie www.instagram.com/mindofthemeanie BECOME AN OFFICIAL POD SQUAD MEMBER: www.Patreon.com/mindofthemeanie YouTube Meanie Toons About The Blue Meanie: Since 1994 Brian Heffron aka Blue Meanie has been one of the most fun loving and mischievous characters in wrestling. He's been in ECW, WWE, various independent wrestling promotions and several independent films. Best known for his comedy and wrestling parodies with the bWo, KISS, Col. DeMeanie, Sir Meanie, The Fabulous Ones and BlueDust. Now, he meaniesaults into the world of streaming audio, sharing his experiences in and out of the ring as well as his views on the world of Professional wrestling and anything else he is passionate about. About Josh Shernoff: Josh Shernoff may be best known as a correspondent for FITE TV and host of the monthly satirical wrestling news show So Says Shernoff on FITE. Josh is a former wrestler, having wrestled from 1999-2008 including a stint in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) from 2007-2008. An International Academy of Web Television nominated performer, Shernoff is the host and producer of many FITE in Focus episodes, most notably the debut episode of AEW Dynamite. Alongside co-host Blue Meanie, Shernoff brings his experience and one of a kind sarcasm to Mind of the Meanie!
Mark Cox has been fortunate enough to have sold, structured, and negotiated some of the largest single-sale transactions in North America (including a billion-dollar transaction with a top-10 U.S. bank). He founded In the Funnel (ITF) with the mission of dramatically improving the performance and professionalism of business to business sales teams. He accomplished this via (1) Public Sales Workshops for salespeople and sales managers and (2) Sales Enablement Consulting. During this episode, Mark discusses how it is crucial for salespeople to focus on selling value instead of price. The company would benefit from this move economically, ensuring long-term profitability. Why you have to check out today's podcast: Learn how your capability to communicate as a salesperson contributes to your customer's desired business outcome Uncover top 3 business leader's desired outcomes for each sales transaction to help you lead the sales conversation with value rather than pitch Learn the 'common sense revolution' every salesperson needs to achieve top-tier results "Don't give a price until you understand the impact of the solution on the customer." - Mark Cox Topics Covered: 01:19 - The economic impact of selling on value versus on price 02:39 - Talking about the crisis in professional sales 05:44 - Understanding the customers' problems and the desired outcome they want to achieve 09:00 - What should transpire in a value conversation 14:28 - Breaking the wall that often goes up in an encounter with the salesperson 16:41 - Talking value in terms of communication not so much in financial exchange 19:37 - Overcoming fear in outbound demand generation 21:50 - Professional sales compared to performance art and a professional sport 23:38 - How to capture that value proposition in twenty minutes 25:05 - Pricing advice that gives a great impact on one's business 25:49 - Understanding 'solution selling' Key Takeaways: "Let's get a little away from trying to persuade and control and trick and do all of these crazy things. Why don't we just actually help buyers buy, help them make great decisions, help them get to a better future? And the more they believe we're sincere and authentic in our desire to do that, the better off we're going to do." - Mark Cox "The near version of a salesperson to trick somebody into doing something, nobody wants to get persuaded to do anything." - Mark Cox "People don't buy software; they actually buy what it does for them. The one thing I will kind of call out that I'd love to see a little more up today in professional sales, we're trying to help. The big job though is, we do really need to understand that customer we're reaching out to." - Mark Cox "This is why we identify this ideal customer profile really, what are they going through? What are they trying to do? And so instead of selling my product when I'm talking to a client or prospect, the first couple of conversations are: just let me understand you and your business and your environment and what you're trying to achieve. "- Mark Cox "The whole sort of system right now in professional sales is a little bit broken. And that's where we're coming at it with just saying, let's just have this common-sense revolution here. Let's start to sell the way somebody actually wants to buy and start to sell the way you want to buy. And also go at this whole thing so you can be proud of what you do for a living." - Mark Cox People / Resources Mentioned: Philip Squire: https://www.linkedin.com/in/philipsquire/?originalSubdomain=uk Levi's: https://www.levistrauss.com/ Connect with Mark Cox: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markandrewcox/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Mark Stiving: Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/
The Florida Supreme Court has partnered with the Bar to declare November “Legal Professionalism Month” and is asking members to rededicate themselves to the highest ideals of professionalism and civility in all they do. To close out the month and as reference going forward, we thought we'd discuss how to navigate the new normal as it pertains to our virtual or socially distanced workplace interactions with colleagues and clients. In today's episode hosts Christine Bilbrey and Karla Eckardt are joined by Mr. Manners himself, Thomas Farley, to discuss all our modern professional etiquette dilemmas.Thomas P. Farley is a keynote speaker, workshop leader, syndicated columnist, and TV commentator. His clients have included the United States Department of Commerce, the Estée Lauder Companies, JPMorgan Chase, the Walt Disney Corporation, Bank of America, the American Automobile Association (AAA), the U.S. Army, Viacom, Toyota, and UPS. Thomas is a regular and popular guest on the NBC Today show, where he fields questions on modern-day manners issues. In 2017, he debuted “Manners on the Move,” a special multi-part Today show series that examined incivility in America. His syndicated weekly column, “Ask Mister Manners,” appears in Tribune publications throughout the United States. His insights appear regularly in other media as well, including the Rachael Ray show, Inside Edition, Dr. Oz, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Wired and Money magazines, USA Today, CNN, VH1, and ABC. Thomas is a graduate of New York's Fordham University. He has been a guest lecturer at New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and he edited the anthology “Modern Manners: The Thinking Person's Guide to Social Graces.”This podcast has been approved by The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Department for 1 hour of General CLE credit including 1 hour of Professionalism CLE credit. Course #5680.REFERENCED RESOURCES:Thomas P. Farley - Mister MannersWorkshopsAsk Mr. MannersThe Florida Bar's Henry Latimer Center for ProfessionalismLegal Professionalism in the Electronic AgeBest Practices for Professional Electronic Communication
Today's guest is Paddy Coady, co-owner of Pheonix Strength and Conditioning. Paddy did such a fantastic job building the nutrition program and team at his gym, we brought him on to our team at Healthy Steps Nutrition Mentoring during the pandemic! The HSN Mentoring, all-girl team, now has a fantastic addition and a new perspective! Patty is such a well-rounded mentor because he has worn all the hats in his gym from coaching clients to nutrition to growing a team, establishing partnerships, and getting new people signed up for hybrid memberships, it's easy for him to talk about best practices from HSN and tie in his experience. In his role at HSN Mentoring, Paddy heads up the mentoring program for international gyms. He works with gyms in Russia, Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Italy, Australia, and New Zealand. In today's podcast, Paddy Coady and Nicole Aucoin discuss the trends he is seeing with gym owners who are launching and growing habit-based nutrition coaching programs around the world. Did you know that Healthy Steps Nutrition Mentoring is hosting a one-day training on Thursday, December 2nd, for gym owners to launch a nutrition challenge? This is a turn-key solution to launch a habit-based health and nutrition challenge that includes everything you need to run a challenge in a gym!
If you're eloping and wondering if you should hire a professional or amateur elopement photographer, look no further! We're here to help you dive into thinking through the pros and cons of both. This will be a 2-part episode, with part 2 coming next month! Planning Tips: https://bit.ly/32wEzAw Elopement Planning Checklist: https://bit.ly/3ldFYCM Pros and Cons of Eloping: https://bit.ly/3FTfxtR Best Places to Elope in the US: https://bit.ly/3p8p2i1 Intro music: 'Feel Like This Forever' by Leucadia Outro music: 'Flourish' by Londau
Diana, better known in the community as Valentine the Clown, talks to Gina and Shashwat about her life as an entertainer. She discusses her journey to getting started in the business and how her experiences have been over the last almost 40 years of being a professional clown.
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY There's no perfect marriage, only perfectly imperfect partners who are intentional in making things work to experience the greatest marriage ever! A clinical psychologist and licensed professional counselor respectively, Jeff and Jessica Jennings are the co-founders of Greatest Marriage Ever and have over 40 years of combined education and experience helping individuals and couples attain their goals for life and love. Over those years of experience, they've also seen the many ways in which people sabotage their own efforts to connect, which has given them a passion for helping couples open up, face their fears, and rekindle a sense of hope for the future. Together, they educate and empower couples to remaster their ability to deeply connect and transform their marriages or love relationships through cutting-edge neuroscience, relationship research, and positive psychology. In this episode, Jeff and Jessica discuss how you and your partner can enjoy better sex, the “In Love” Myth, and the neuroscience of marriage. Don't miss it! If you don't have time to listen to the entire episode or if you hear something that you like but don't have time to write it down, be sure to grab your free copy of the Action Plan from this episode— as well as get access to action plans from EVERY episode— at http://www.JimHarshawJr.com/Action.
How to ensure your change initiative pays off, with guest Brendon Baker, author of the excellent book "Valuable Change."
We are joined this week by Turloch Healy aka TheApexHound. Most of you probably know him from being a professional PGA 2k21 streamer and Youtuber along with other games. Through social media, Bob specifically has gotten to know Turloch pretty well and he gave us a very generous amount of time to talk about what it's like in his profession playing video games for a living. Later this week we will have the Hero World Challenge Preview out but wanted you guys to hear this since it's such a fun and entertaining interview. ENJOY!
Bruce Barron is a professional expedition guide, explorer and photographer. Bruce began guiding backpacking and mountaineering trips at the age of 15, and has since led expeditions into remote areas in the Andes, Himalayas, Amazon rain forest and West Papua New Guinea. In this three-part series, Bruce recounts the experiences of a lifetime as a professional explorer. Listen to his tales of hunting with native tribesmen, a close encounter with a jaguar, witnessing unique customs and rituals, starvation in the jungle, eating Sago grubs in Papua New Guinea, and drinking rancid yak tea in Tibet with the Ladakhi and Chicha with the Amazon's Waorani.Most notable of his adventures is the Heath River Expedition in 1996, which discovered the source of the Heath River in the Peru/Bolivia Amazon Basin. The Heath River delineates the border of Peru and Bolivia for 350 kilometers from the Amazon basin lowlands into the Amazon cloud forest. The expedition's objective was to follow South American explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett's 1910 Expedition route and then continue on to discover the still unknown source of the Heath River and make the first river descent. Learn more about Bruce's adventures at brucebarronexplorer.comSee Barron's photography at brucebarronphotography.comFollow Bruce on his Facebook page.Hosted by Michael J. ReinhartMichaelJReinhart.com
Eliezer and Solly wish all our listeners and the entire world (which are all our listeners) a Happy Chanukah! Their gift to you is eight questions for eight nights! Listen all at once or one question per night. This special Chanukah episode is sponsored by a special company "Stress Free Notary". Available 24 hours a day for corporate, real estate, contract, entertainment, government, legal, & any other notary services. Professional, fast, and reliable. Check out https://stressfreenotary.com or call 818.389.0979 anytime!
I sit down with professional car detailer Jeff McGoveran of Immaculate Reflections for a lengthy and detailed interview about taking the best care of your Tesla. From paint protection film to ceramic coating and more, there's a lot to learn. Your questions are answered here as well. I hope you enjoy it! If you enjoy the podcast and would like to support my efforts, please check out my Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/teslapodcast and consider a pledge. I'd be grateful. Every little bit helps! And don't forget to leave a message on the Ride the Lightning hotline anytime with a question, comment, or discussion topic for next week's show! The toll-free number to call or Skype is 1-888-989-8752. Also, give Wholesome Bakery's delicious plant-based treats a try, like my favorite, the cookie sandwiches. I promise you that you won't regret it! Find them at https://www.wholesomebakery.com P.S. Get 15% off your first order of awesome aftermarket Tesla accessories at AbstractOcean.com by using the code RTLpodcast at checkout. And if you're ordering a Jeda Wireless Charging Pad or USB hub for Model 3/Y (coupon code RTL), please use my referral link: https://getjeda.com/ref/8/ Grab the SnapPlate for any of the four Teslas at https://everyamp.com/RTL/. Finally, pick up a 128gb or 256gb Sentry Mode/Dashcam kit at http://www.puretesla.com/rtl
103 - Elevating Your Professional Positioning: Part 2 Subscribe to the Women In STEM Career & Confidence Podcast on your favourite platform and stay tuned. Resources: Join hundreds of Scientists and Professional Women in Breakthrough Unleashed on Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/breakthroughunleashed/ Visit my Website: https://hannahnikeroberts.com/ Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahrobertscoaching/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HannahNikeR Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drhannahroberts Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drhannahroberts/ Download Your FREE Guide: https://drhannahroberts.lpages.co/high-achievers-anxiety
On today's episode of The Edge, host Jonathan Von Tobel handicaps the NFL Week 12 slate with VSiN contributor Erin Rynning. Professional handicapper Scott Kellen also joins the show to break down the upcoming football weekend. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This episode is special, as it is the first time The Black Rasslin' Podcast was recorded IN PERSON. Prior to the Jobber Talk Panel, the squad huddled into a hotel room to give their picks for the battle royal added to Survivor Series, chat about the shenanigans from the prior 24 hours, and give some thoughts on what the Jobber Talk event was going to look like. Fun show as always, and again, THIS IS HISTORY! You already know the routine: TAP TF IN, TURN THIS TF UP, and then TELL A MF FRIEND to do the same. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGRmTEUOZ2g And as a bonus, we were on @theblackannouncetable had us on for the holidays! Tap into that episode: https://soundcloud.com/theblackannouncetable/episode-205-205-live-feat-blackrasslin-statguygreg The Black Rasslin' Podcast Theme is produced by Anikan & Vader. www.instagram.com/anikanandvadermusic/ Subscribe to The Black Rasslin' Podcast: YouTube: youtube.com/c/blackrasslin Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/blackrasslinIT Spotify: bit.ly/blackrasslinSP Google Podcasts: bit.ly/blackrasslinGP SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/black-rasslin-podcast/
Whether you know it or not - You are writing copy. For your website, social media posts, blogs, and even when you're updating your Linkedin resume! But how can you improve this skill and include it in your services toolbox as a Grants Professional? Today, in this short episode, I am giving you some food for thought on an additional skill you can develop to stand out as an independent funding expert. Contact >>> firstname.lastname@example.org Course >>> bit.ly/grantwritingbusinessblueprint Community >>> bit.ly/freelancegrantwriting
Caller Sophia needs to know: What's it like inside a kangaroo pouch? We get the inside scoop from marsupial expert Robin Beck. Plus, should Flora's sister Ruth fear her squash? Professional pumpkineer Steve Reiners has a tip: if it smells like cat urine, beware. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices