Some companies have pledged to cover travel expenses related to abortion care following the overturning of Roe. Providing those benefits is one thing, but protecting employee privacy and ensuring that workers feel comfortable using them is another thing entirely. Plus, recession risks and a glut of goods in the Weekly Wrap, and a look at the war between crypto miners and environmentalists.
Some companies have pledged to cover travel expenses related to abortion care following the overturning of Roe. Providing those benefits is one thing, but protecting employee privacy and ensuring that workers feel comfortable using them is another thing entirely. Plus, recession risks and a glut of goods in the Weekly Wrap, and a look at the war between crypto miners and environmentalists.
How do you create a global program when sovereignty means different things in different places? On this episode of the Partnership Perspectives podcast, host Kathleen Tandy sits down with Phil Dawson, CEO, and co-founder of AUCloud. They discuss data sovereignty in government and how AUCloud and VMware are partnering to deliver security services that support the Australian government's best practices for protected data standards and controls. Recently, the Australian government formally recognized 11 sectors as critical infrastructure, essentially creating a regulatory framework for roughly 60 to 75% of the economy. As businesses start to understand the importance of data sovereignty, there are many new opportunities for growth. It's no wonder Phil is excited for the future of the sovereign cloud. Enjoy this latest episode with one of our leading partners in APJ. About the Guest: Phil Dawson is CEO and co-founder at AUCloud. You can find Phil on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pmdawson/. About the Host: Kathleen Tandy is Vice President of Global Partner and Alliances Marketing at VMware. You can find Kathleen on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ktandy85/, or on Twitter at @kaktandy.
Tannerite reactive targets are well-known among shooters, and today, we talk to Jennifer Lindsey from Tannerite about the history of the product, safe use and some fun ways to make your next shooting adventure even more special. Link: Tannerite.com Episode Sponsor: The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by 1791Gunleather. Founded in 2015, 1791 Gunleather uses 100% Certified American, Heavy Native Steerhide, and our team incorporates four generations of professional leather artisans into the mastery of both beautiful craftsmanship and functionality found in each holster. For more than two centuries, the Second Amendment of our great United States Constitution has protected our rights, as citizens of this nation, to keep and bear arms. Our love and appreciation for the founders of this great nation and their establishment of our Second Amendment is something we express in every holster we craft. Providing you with a quality, handcrafted holster is our way of assisting you in protecting your loved ones and our cherished freedoms as Americans. Exercise the Second Amendment as your right and responsibility with pride, knowing that each 1791 Gunleather holster is made from the best premium American 100% Certified, Heavy Native Steerhide and handcrafted to be the best leather holster for your personal firearm. To find out more visit 1791Gunleather.com Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com.
Samantha Baines is a comedian, actress, writer and broadcaster. You may have seen Samantha in Netflix's The Crown, Call the Midwife, Silent Witness or Magic Mike Live (directed by Channing Tatum) or personal appearances on ITV's Loose Women, Sky News and Andrew Neil's This Week. You may have heard her presenting on BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Kent, Virgin Radio or on her own podcast The Divorce Social, which has been a 'Times Podcast of the Week' and a No.1 relationship podcast on iTunes. Samantha has written for publications including The Guardian, Time Out, Huffington Post, Stylist Magazine, The Pool, Standard Issue and has a column in Modern Woman Magazine. Samantha's debut children's book, Harriet Versus the Galaxy, was listed in the Independent's Best Children's Books of the Year 2019, Book Trust's Great Book Guide 2020 and won the Coventry Inspiration Book Award 2021. Her second children's book, The Night the Moon Went Out, was been nominated for The People's Book Prize. Samantha Baines is guest number 203 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she'd like to preserve and one she'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Samantha Baines' podcast The Divorce Social is available here: podfollow.com/thedivorcesocialFollow Samantha Baines on Twitter and Instagram: @samanthabaines .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr David Kenny, associate professor at the Trinity College School of Law, joins us to examine last week's monumental decision by the US Supreme Court. With almost 50 years of abortion law overturned, what does it mean for people seeking a termination in the US? What other key rulings could now be reviewed, and how do Irish laws on abortion compare? The Explainer is brought to you by The Journal. Providing open access to valuable journalism in Ireland has been the aim of The Journal for a decade. You can contribute to ensure we can keep questioning, investigating, debunking, explaining and informing at www.thejournal.ie/contribute/
Tamarac City Manager Kathleen Gunn believes that a driving force for being in government is to provide a voice for equity. In this episode, Gunn reflects on her beginnings in public service, working for a mayor in White Plains, NY and explains how economic development is a pillar of her career.
Thank you for joining the Manna Podcast as we study the book and person of Job, the Righteous Sufferer. Please share with your friends and family. https://www.mannapodcast.com/lessons Brad's Board Notes Job 29, 31 James 2: 14-18 Our relationship with God is revealed by how we treat others. Job 29: 11-17 A person who loves God stands up for the rights of the helpless. Job 31: 1-11 A person who loves God is called to be morally pure, and that requires purpose and planning. 31: 5-8 A person who loves God tells the truth and refuses to covet. 31:13-15 Since everyone is created in God's image, God's people must treat all people with dignity and respect. 31: 16-32 Providing food, clothing, shelter and hospitality to those in need practically demonstrates God's love. 31: 24-28 God's people should put their confidence in God alone, and not themselves or their ‘stuff.' 31: 29-30 When you love and pray for people who oppose you, you are acting like God acts towards you. Additional Verses: Matthew 7:20 James 2:9 John 3:19-20 Matthew 5:44-45
Noel Byrne, Senior Inspector EPA, talks about the EPA annual inspection report which revealed over a quarter of the inspected Domestic Waste Water Treatment Systems posed risk to human health or the environment.
John Street, CEO, Chairman, and Founder at Pax8, shares his startup journey on the show. Pax8 provides smaller SaaS companies with great products which have much-needed marketing reach. Providing a marketplace for them gives them the advantages of a collective platform that can attract potential customers.When Pax8 started 11 years ago, the environment was completely different. This visionary idea had to tackle several roadblocks and obstacles. SaaS was not the dominant and efficient platform it is today. A lot of businesses gravitated toward premise-based systems. Street shares how he worked around these roadblocks. Maintaining grit and working closely with the industry to project his vision were critical success factors. Today, his platform is a dominant and essential market force that enables SaaS companies to succeed.John also shares useful information about leading a team. In today's ultra-competitive employee market, it's imperative to retain great talent. John lives by the creed of prioritizing employees above all else. He thinks that leading a company is about getting personal and engaged with employees. John says that keeping employees motivated will ensure they take care of the customers—and that leads to better profitability. Business leaders who have a revolutionary idea will pick up important lessons from John's experience of navigating a market that wasn't quite ready for his startup. Some great insights on employee engagement can also be picked up from the podcast. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-street-13b01514/Website - https://www.pax8.com/en-us/ This episode is brought to you by Content Allies.Content Allies helps B2B tech companies launch revenue-generating podcasts. Build relationships that drive revenue through podcast networking. We schedule interviews with your ideal prospects and strategic partners so that you can build relationships & grow your business. You show up and have conversations, we handle everything else. Learn more at ContentAllies.com This episode is brought to you by Remote.Remote working is now becoming the standard of great employment in today's world.If you want to embark on this transformation but don't know how, Remote can help you. Remote offers the best HR solutions like benefits and payroll anywhere on the globe.Get 50% off Remote's full suite of global business solutions for your first employee for 3 months. Visit remote.com/leaders and use the promo code LEADERS.
Hope has been a midwife in Cameroon's anglophone region for 27 years. Recently, she worked with a mother to quadruplets and sadly, only two of the babies survived. Providing care to the mother and babies was made even more difficult by the ongoing security crisis. The region has seen years of violence between separatist militants and government forces. For people living there, it has made every aspect of life more challenging. So, how are people coping in Cameroon's anglophone region? #AfricaDaily
How can white parents raise anti-racist children in this time of violence against people of color and protests. We talk with Dr. Ann Hazzard, a clinical child psychologist who was on the faculty at Emory University in Atlanta and co-author of Something Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice; and Dr. Joy Harris, a Full-time Lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary and co-author of The ABCs of Diversity: Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences.In this episode, we cover:Embrace Race.org. Founded by black and mixed race parents to provide resources for raising black children.One Talk at a Time https://www.caminoslab.org/onetalk Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity. They have a separate section for Black, Asian, and Latinx parents.What is the difference between not being a racist and being anti-racist?What is wrong with saying and believing any of the following: "love will conquer all", “we are all one race-the human race", and “colorblind is best”.Tip 1. Talk about RaceRacism thrives in silence. Why are many white parents silent on raise in general and within our families?When do children start recognizes racial differences?When should white parents start talking to their kids about race?How to start the conversation? Fantastic resources:Diverse Book Finder https://diversebookfinder.org/books/The Brown Bookshelf highlights Black voices writing for young readers.The Conscious Kid https://www.theconsciouskid.org/ Tip 2: Acknowledging & Celebrating Racial DiversityWhy is it important to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?How to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?Tip 3: Recognize systemic/institutionalized racism and white privilegeWhat do we mean by systemic racism?What do we mean by white privilege?How early do kids start defaulting that things associated with being white are better than being black?How can parents address institutionalize racism with their children who will likely benefit from it?How do we help teach our kids to understand power inequity so they can name it, unpack it, and dismantle it when it happens in the real world.Tip 4: Talk about Violence Against People of Color and the Protests/ResistanceSomething Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice How much should we share with our children? At what age should we talk with them about these hard topics or is it better to shield them from such “grown up” problems?Talk about How People Make Change in a democracy.Not a one-time conversation. Appropriate conversation for age and developmental level. Should young children watch the news and videos. This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on Support the show
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GUEST OVERVIEW: Yuriy Boyechko is the founder and president of Hope For Ukraine Inc, a non-profit that serves individuals and families of the poorest communities in the Ukraine. Yuriy was born in Ukraine in 1982. When Yuriy was 6, his father - a protestant bishop - was arrested and sentenced to 3 years in prison for being a preacher. When Yuriy graduated high school, he moved to the U.S. to attend Bible college, eventually graduating from Regent University in 2005 with an MA in Media Communication. In 2016, Hope For Ukraine was founded with the goal to raise awareness for voices not heard in Ukraine - especially children affected by HIV and AIDS. Providing medical care for children with disabilities as well as food and clothing for families that live in extreme poverty is a lifetime commitment for Yuriy and his wife Tatyana.
Ally founded Juno after experiencing the lack of individualised employee benefits himself.Together with him, we explored how you can offer dynamic benefits for a global remote team. Topics we discussedThe necessity of remote specific benefitsMistakes most remote companies make when it comes to benefits An evaluation of SafetyWing's benefitsThe most popular benefits on JunoWhy you should offer small benefits to your team Check the full transcript here. Stay tuned for the next episode with Lauren Razavi from Plumia on building a country on the internet.
PQS Associate Director of Pharmacy Accounts, Nick Dorich, PharmD, chats with Joseph A. Nardolillo, PharmD, BCACP, (he/him/his) Assistant Professor (Clinical) Department of Pharmacy Practice at the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Wayne State University about how pharmacists can provide inclusive care for the LGBTQ+ community.
Leadership expert, Dr. Stacey Ashley, joins us at the Hacker Valley Studio to talk about her journey from the corporate world of leadership to her current roles in consulting and coaching. As a speaker, author, and educator for leaders, especially executive and C-level leaders, Dr. Ashley shares foundational skills needed to go from expert to leader, mindset shifts that need to occur regarding our perspective on our own leadership responsibilities, and experiences that inspired her to become an author. Timecoded Guide: [02:58] Developing stronger leadership capabilities and understanding the value of scaling work with her decision to become an author [09:51] Jumping over the hurdles and obstacles to becoming a better leader through mindfulness, practice, and checking the privilege of your executive role [13:45] Knowing when to get off the treadmill of busyness and focusing on setting better boundaries for yourself as a leader [20:53] Cultivating the next level of leadership with a focus on mentoring, role modeling, and coaching [25:40] Providing advice for future leaders and understanding the values of awareness and of developing your listening skills Sponsor Links: Thank you to our sponsors Axonius and AttackIQ for bringing this episode to life! Want to learn more about how Mindbody enhanced their asset visibility and increased their and cybersecurity maturity rating with Axonius? Check out axonius.com/mindbody AttackIQ - better insights, better decisions, and real security outcomes. Be sure to check out the Attack IQ Academy for free cybersecurity training, featuring Ron and Chris of Hacker Valley Studio, at academy.attackiq.com What have been some of the challenges that you've seen, out of yourself or from others, to start to cultivate that leadership ability? There's a common path to leadership in many industries, especially tech and cyber, where becoming good at your job skyrockets you into leadership spaces and executive roles. While this is often an achievement worth being proud of, Dr. Ashley warns that we rarely mentor and teach these newly appointed leaders how to lead. Expert skills are important to have, but not being able to satisfy your executive role and your leadership responsibilities with developed leadership skills leads to confusion and dissatisfaction amongst employees and clients who aren't receiving the type of leadership guidance normally delivered by someone in that role. “It's great to have those specialist skills, but it's not enough. If you're going to lead people, if you're going to lead a program of work, if you're going to be a thought leader, or an influencer, or any of those things, you need to have more skills.” What are some of the common obstacles that people have that keeps them from being the best leader that they can be? Dr. Ashley is the first to admit that tech leadership issues and obstacles are hardly a one size fits all. However, a commonality she sees is a focus on busyness instead of on active leadership practices. Being “busy” does not translate into high levels of productivity, especially for leaders in prominent company or industry roles. She advises that a better focus for leaders and aspiring executives is to practice their leadership skills and prioritize finding a coach or mentor, instead of just filling up their schedule with unnecessary busy work. “This whole concept of busy isn't actually very effective. Busy is just doing stuff for the sake of doing stuff. One of the things that I find that great leaders do is that they're really clear about where they make a difference, where they add value, where they can make a real contribution. They don't focus on being busy, they focus on the important stuff.” What sort of creative license do you give for those people that just want to be helpful, but are over taxed when it comes to their job? We all want to better prioritize our tasks and to feel less overwhelmed by our work, but setting boundaries often feels mean or unrealistic for those used to being helpful and people pleasing. Dr. Ashley sees this a lot in her work, where she often advises people to consider how they're saying no and what ways they're presenting what they're working on. By showing people that you have important tasks that rely on your focus to attend to, you're inviting them to see your time in a much more understanding light and you will invite them to consider that they should try on their own for a solution and prioritize their own tasks before they can engage with you again. “I think if we let people know that we're doing something else, and that it has a big impact, then they're much more understanding. Also, we're giving that other person some time to see if they can figure that thing out on their own rather than relying on us.” What are some of the tenants that you follow for cultivating the next level of leadership? Dr. Ashley believes that one of our key responsibilities as leaders is to grow this next generation of leaders and help them develop the best leadership skills imaginable. She advocates for this by focusing on three core tenants. The first being mentorship, meaning you're willing to share your knowledge, wisdom, and experiences all on a personal mentorship front. The second is role modeling, where you're showing how to be a good leader, representing what that looks like for everyone in your business. The third? Coaching, which she bases a large majority of her career around. Being able to coach and provide a customizable approach for future leaders allows them to address what they need to learn and where they need to grow. “I don't know if every leader recognizes this, but every day, you are role modeling. You may not be role modeling great stuff, but you are role modeling. And so, you have a responsibility every day to recognize your role modeling.” --------------- Links: Stay in touch with Dr. Stacey Ashley on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram Connect with Ron Eddings on LinkedIn and Twitter Connect with Chris Cochran on LinkedIn and Twitter Purchase a HVS t-shirt at our shop Continue the conversation by joining our Discord Check out Hacker Valley Media and Hacker Valley Studio
Providing value first has been a key goal for many marketers joining us on the podcast and something we've worked to prioritize through this podcast. Having found success in community-led growth and offering a value-first service is the Manager of Brand Community at Catalyst, Ben Winn. Catalyst combines beautiful design with modern technology to provide the most powerful Customer Success platform. Ben helps listeners understand what it really means to create a successful and valuable community that drives brand awareness while giving insight into their other growth channels.
Yasir shares insights in leading D&I in media, from news channels to newspapers, discussing both employee and audience facing facets of building D&I strategy. Providing examples of work such as his approach to creating an Inclusion Toolkit, Yasir shares his views on creating confidence and capability to manage D&I, where we are with the D&I business case, and how to make mistakes well. Yasir notes the courage it takes for us to create change; and encourages us to continually self-reflect as we progress. Here's a snapshot of a few things we talked about: [3:00] Building blocks for diversity and inclusion [10:00] Confidence and capability to manage D&I [11:50] Creating an Inclusion Toolkit [14:45] What lead Yasir to becoming a D&I Leader [19:30] Does everyone get D&I the business case now? [23:00] Making mistakes well [27:00] Self-reflection and courage Referenced resources Cutting Edge Parental & Family Leave Policy and Practice “I love How HR Leaders Change the World” – if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show! This helps us achieve our goal, to reach more of your peers, so we can all contribute to further and faster change. Scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review”. Be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode! Also, if you haven't done so already, follow the podcast. We'll add a bunch of bonus episodes to the feed and, if you're not following, there's a good chance you'll miss out. Follow How HR Leaders Change the World today!
Miléne Jardine is a chocolatier in New York City. After 12 years in the fashion industry, a setback propelled her into establishing a business creating and selling her first love: chocolate. Miléne's unique flavor combinations showcase her travels in Egypt, Japan, Paris, and around the world. Explore her creations here: https://milenejardine.com 3:56 Sneaking chocolate. 4:50 It started with the truffle. 6:45 The ritual at the cherry blossom tree. 8:33 What do I do next? 10:30 Going all in. 11:22 Why the first 10,000 dollars felt better than a million. 13:55 Following the dangling carrot. 16:00 Providing for healthcare workers during COVID. 19:14 Roots in Paris. 21:34 Inspiration from Egypt. 24:13 “Live by love.” 26:54 Navigating tangents of doubt. 30:10 New York City and small business support. 34:14 Those who thought it was a bad idea. 37:08 The vision for Miléne Jardine chocolate. 40:08 Finding complimentary flavors. 43:07 Applying fashion to a chocolate assortment. Download The Best Mental Toughness Quotes That Will Make You BETTER https://drrobbell.com/quotes-on-mentaltoughness If you enjoyed this episode on Mental Toughness, please subscribe and leave a review! Dr. Rob Bell
Interested in KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION or how humanities can help us understand the present? Then this episode is for you! In today's chapter, Dean of Arts and Humanities Hollis Robbins joins us to talk about the extraordinary way in which she views the world. We dive deep into how to scaffold students' learning, how knowledge production works, and how the humanities of the 19th century can inform the present and the future of technology. Furthermore Hollis shares her thoughts about organizational systems, how society systematizes information, frameworks for organizing knowledge and mapping the 19th century into the 21st century. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/rhyslindmark JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/PDAPkhNxrC Who is Hollis Robbins? Hollis is a Dean, Professor with a long standing academic focus on 19th century African American history and literature; film and film music; poetry and artificial Intelligence. Hollis writes about leadership in higher education, and is author and editor of several books. She will be joining the University of Utah as Dean of Humanities on July 1. Topics: Welcome Hollis Robbins to The Rhys Show!: (00:00:00) Key things that we can learn from the 19th century to apply to today: (00:02:23) 19th century a function of globalization or a function of industrial revolution?: (00:05:12) Standardization process in the 19th century: (00:06:20) About present fragmentation process and restandardization both in technology and culture: (00:10:36) About being on the same page with the current thing: (00:16:10) Should we realign around better kind of agreements that we have on internet?: (00:18:42) What Hollis thinks the new agreements should be: (00:25:51) Providing structures on how to help people navigate the future: (00:31:55) Pushing forward towards a scaffolding: (00:38:55) About memory app as an anti oblivion frame: (00:40:53) The purpose of attending weekly a clubhouse with Sci-Fi authors: (00:44:12) Utopic science fiction books that show us what a positiver world looks like in the near term: (00:47:50) Why Anecdotal?: (00:50:44) Mentioned resources: Tweetscape: https://www.roote.co/tweetscape/vision AnkiApp, Memory App: https://apps.ankiweb.net/ Andy Matuschak: https://andymatuschak.org/ Clubhouse Sci-fi talk: https://www.clubhouse.com/@anecdotal The Martian, book by Andy Weir: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Martian_(Weir_novel) Severance Series: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Severance_(TV_series) Moby-Dick, book by Herman Melville: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moby-Dick Uncle Tom's Cabin, book by Harriet Beecher Stowe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle_Tom%27s_Cabin Connect with Hollis Robbins: Twitter: https://twitter.com/anecdotal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hollis-robbins-12642898/
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Bill Hauser, the CEO of the SMB Team, speaker, (newly married) husband, marketing magician, and dirtbike enthusiast. In the last four years, Bill has scaled his law firm growth company – SMB Team – to 300% Year-over-Year growth. But it wasn't always that way. Bill's entrepreneurial spirit was influenced by the 2008 recession that hit his family's business like a ton of bricks. With no shield or plan to protect against the crash, his family quickly lost everything,... filing for bankruptcy and eventually resulting in his parent's divorce. From those trying times, Bill set out on a mission to recession-proof each and every business he could touch so that no business owner would ever experience that same pain again. The SMB Team is the fastest growing business-growth company in the legal industry. Providing cutting-edge digital marketing services, premiere legal marketing coaching, and industry-shattering online education. Servicing hundreds of clients in the legal industry, the SMB Team's mission is to help 10,000 business owners 10X their businesses.
On this episode of UNFAIR SPORTS: Jay dive into an all-NBA episode around: (01:00) NBA may have a manipulation problem down the line with insider trading (11:00) What the hell are the Knicks doing and praising the Thunder's draft (26:55) Can we see Kevin Durant in a new jersey next season?Hit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozenteez.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://youtube.com/unfairsportsWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairhttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdMfJE8m/Jay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
Confidence is probably the most valuable currency you can ever teach your kids. This is something that our guest today is teaching young adults around the world – to walk like a “10”, talk like a “10”, and act like a “10.” In this episode, Erik Cabral speaks with Dr. Bill Dorfman, a highly sought-after motivational speaker and leader for young adults. He is also the co-founder of the LEAP Foundation, a motivational leadership program for high school and college kids. A recipient of 16 Lifetime Achievement awards, Dr. Bill continues to do exceptional work in dentistry, helping thousands of patients smile for over 20 years now. When he became part of the hit ABC series, Extreme Makeover, Dr. Bill performed amazing dental transformations. Providing free dentistry in exchange for promoting his products resulted in almost $200 million in sales that year. There's no doubt Dr. Bill is brilliant when it comes to marketing and branding: building his company Discus Dental from zero to $1.3 billion in sales and then, with the stroke of a pen, selling the company. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: What is LEAP Foundation The greatest mentors in his life The value of confidence How the series Extreme Makeover highlighted dentistry in a positive way How his teeth-whitening business exploded in sales The “10” culture Dr. Bill's new and exciting products Episode Highlights: The LEAP Foundation LEAP is a motivational leadership program that teaches high school and college kids how to be successful in life. In their 15th program now at UCLA, LEAP brings together young adults from across the U.S. and around the world. Over the years, LEAP has invited amazing speakers including personalities such as Michael Jackson, Usher, Kathy Bates, Anthony Hopkins, Richard Branson, and more. The virtual program is free of charge and the in-person program at UCLA costs $2,500. The Value of Confidence The greatest gift you can give your kids is not a Porsche, it's confidence. Teach your kids to be confident, and that is probably the most valuable currency you can ever, ever, ever instill in the young adult. The “10”Culture Walk like a “10”, talk like a “10”, and act like a “10”. But most importantly, surround yourself with other students that are “10”s. Because if you're trying to be a “10”, and all your friends are “2”s, you're not going to be a “10.” Resources Mentioned: LEAP Foundation BuZZBalls Caffeinated Gums Website: www.billdorfmandds.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erikecabral/support
Have you started home delivery of therapeutic diets yet? In this episode, Dr. Matt Duemler tells the story of how and why Burnt Hills Veterinary Hospital took up home delivery. He talks about how he discussed it with the staff to get them on-board, and what his experience has been like so far. ** This episode is made possible ad-free by Purina Pro Plan Vet Direct LINKS Purina ProPlan VetDirect: https://www.proplanvetdirect.com/?utm_campaign=vdp-&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_content=&utm_term=purina%20pro%20plan%20veterinary%20diets&gclid=Cj0KCQjwhLKUBhDiARIsAMaTLnErIA9MJo0rkeY8EXA8RRqDCSptk_Lz7lQ3ykkCE_-GZ0xsKoDsjWsaAhQyEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds Purina Institute: https://www.purinainstitute.com/ ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. Matt Duemler - Burnt Hills Veterinary Hospital, Burnt Hills, NY. There are very few people in this world I would change lives with! I have had many blessings in my life but finding a career that not only provides me the ability to support my family but also gives me a purpose each and every day has been one of the best. The old saying is “Find a job you enjoy and you will never work a day in your life”. This is so true! Providing animal care has always been a part of my life, since growing up on my parent's farm in Perth, NY. A graduate of Broadalbin-Perth, my college years were spent first at St. Lawrence University where I majored in Neuroscience and studied abroad in Denmark. I was then fortunate to be accepted to and attend veterinary school at the University of Tennessee. Throughout school, the complexities and capabilities of medicine left me in awe. I knew I wanted to spend my days helping people, and combined with my fondness for animals, veterinary medicine became a no brainer. Every day is different, and I love it! I especially enjoy the days I spend in surgery putting Humpty Dumpty back together again. I have challenged myself to learn advanced techniques allowing me to treat a variety of issues. I have completed multiple advanced training courses and received a variety of professional certifications. This training allows me to evaluate a patient from start to finish. I am able to perform the diagnostic test necessary such as diagnostic ultrasounds, repair multiple orthopedic issues including fractures, cruciate repairs and patella luxation, general surgical procedures such as removal of kidneys, spleens and gall bladders, as well as advanced certifications in regenerative medicine techniques such as Stem Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma therapies. There is no better moment than when a family is reunited for the first time after seeing a loved one battle through an illness. Our patients are resilient and very often inspiring. When not “working” on animals, I spend my days with my beautiful wife and 2 amazing children. We have built our forever home here in Burnt Hills, the same town in which my mother-in-law grew up. My children will be able to learn in the same classrooms she did. Family and community have always been important to me. This is one of the main reasons my wife and I agreed to take over the leadership of the hospital. We are very proud to lead the community's best veterinary hospital, while continuing its rich history of being a family run business. Unfortunately, in today's veterinary community, being a family run business, centered on family values, is a rare commodity.
Tim Downie is best known for his major roles in Toast of London, Outlander, Upstart Crow, and the films Paddington and The King's Speech. Other TV includes in The Royal Bodyguard with Sir David Jason, Peep Show, Miranda, Hoff the Record with David Hasselhoff and Hapless on Netflix. Other film roles include in War Machine with Brad Pitt, Les Misérables, Transformers: The Last Knight and Horrible Histories: The Movie. Tim Downie is guest 202 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Richard Herring about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Tim Downie on Twitter and Instagram: @TimDownie1 .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Joel, and Andy talk about what their non-negotiables are and why they are so important to them. The difference that sticking to them makes to how they feel and perform. They share some marketing non-negotiables you could set. Providing you with the insight you need to focus your attention on the right platforms and tasks. KEY TAKEAWAYS Without non-negotiables you are letting external forces determine your day. With non-negotiables you are in firm control. Having non-negotiables for each area of your business is highly effective. Spend a specific hour of your day doing nothing else but marketing. Post something effective on social media every day. Reach out to a certain number of people each day. Have a specific goal in mind when you do. Reading your emails before completing your non-negotiables is usually not a good idea. Set daily, weekly, and monthly non-negotiables. Be realistic about how many non-negotiables you can set. You can only do so much. Getting started early is a good way to get stuff done. The morning is a good window for non-negotiables. Build breathers into your day to relax, feed your mind and support your body. BEST MOMENTS ‘I think it is very good to start the day with some movement. ´ ‘Email is one of the biggest killers, if not the biggest, killer of productivity.' ‘In terms of non-negotiables, there is no right or wrong. It is what works for you.' EPISODE RESOURCES Instagram - @joelstone13 and @andyrao72 to find out how to sign up for their Facebook ad webinar VALUABLE RESOURCES The Codebreak Club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/codebreakclub/about/ Stay Hungry podcast series Stay Hungry Bestselling Book Marketing coaching: www.andyandjoel.com Done-for-you marketing: www.codebreak.co.uk If you're fed up with wasting your time and money on marketing that doesn't generate enquiries and sales - hop on a Codebreak discovery call. After all, getting lots of 'likes' on your Facebook page ain't gonna make your boat go faster. But up-to-date marketing techniques that attract buyers and action takers instead of tyre kickers will. The Codebreak team are here to show you how or do it for you - https://www.codebreak.co.uk/discovery-call/ ABOUT THE HOSTS Joel Stone Joel Stone is a marketer and disciple of business strategy. After seeing the impact of the 2008 recession, he decided to take control and leave employment to set up in business for himself. He quickly built an award-winning design agency, partnering with Andy on numerous projects until they formed Codebreak in 2019. Having previously helped brands including GlaxoSmithKline, Diageo, Beta Tools, and Channel 4, Joel's work has been seen all over the world. He takes pride in applying techniques normally reserved for huge corporations to SMEs throughout the UK. Case studies of Joel's work have featured in Design Week, The Drum, and Social Media Today. Andy Rao Andy studied Psychology at university, which was his springboard into the world of marketing. He realised that to sell successfully you have to put yourself into the shoes of your customer and understand their why. Andy started his marketing career working closely with dozens of Shropshire businesses, all of whom had something different to sell. During that time, Andy picked up the skills he uses today to tailor each marketing solution to his client´s businesses, the industries they work in, and the different types of customers they need to reach. CONTACT THE HOSTS Website - https://www.codebreak.co.uk/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/codebreak Podcast Description Breaking down all things marketing, design, and geek culture. Hear from Codebreak co-founders Andy and Joel as well as the experienced team. On this podcast expect to find marketing top tips, useful insights, and expert advice that you can apply to your business. So, if you're fed up with wasting your time and money on marketing that doesn't generate enquiries and sales - hop on a Codebreak discovery call. After all, getting lots of 'likes' on your Facebook page ain't gonna make your boat go faster. But up-to-date marketing techniques that attract buyers and action takers instead of tyre kickers will. The Codebreak team are here to show you how or do it for you - https://www.codebreak.co.uk/discovery-call/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I interview Bob Wiesner, the Managing Partner of The Artemis Partnership based in New Jersey, United States. Bob has set up his consulting company to help entrepreneurs improve their new business win rates and accelerate organic growth. With over 25 years of experience as a business consultant, Bob decided to create his own company and help others through his knowledge and experiences. The Artemis Partnership was established in 2019 and has been running for over 3 years. Became a global bid, pitch consulting, and sales training to enable professionals to drive sector-leading win rates of over 70% with 14 contractors. Bob has said that growing a small business requires focus and self-discipline to accomplish the tasks on time and excel. So he says, “As a small business owner, focus on the discipline around knowing what you should be doing and knowing what you should not be doing. Not confusing the two and sticking with the important stuff.” This Cast Covers: A consulting company that works with professional services firms. Helping entrepreneurs win more new business. Clients from primarily advertising agencies, architectural design firms, law firms, audit, accounting firms, management consultancies, etc. Successful in helping entrepreneurs win up to 75% of their bids, double or triple their prior win rates. Shared his best practices experience and overcoming business obstacles through his book called “Winning is Better.” Handling clients both in terms of size and in terms of concurrency. Sharing the advantage of self-funding. Learning how to handle work-life balance through creating and seriously following schedules. Worked for 18 years in Advertising. Providing tips on how to carefully add people to the business. Additional Resources: Artemis Partnership Winning is Better by Bob Wiesner Mindset by Carol Dweck ——————————— Quotes: “Success is recognizing the success of the clients.” —Bob Wiesner “You have to focus on what you do well.” —Bob Wiesner “Create more awareness about the existence of the problem that we solve.” —Bob Wiesner “Be very careful who you bring on board.” —Bob Wiesner “You need to meet somebody who believes that there's value to them in meeting you.” —Bob Wiesner ——————————— Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
Rochelle Rice, CSP, is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and educator. She is first woman in the world to hold both the Accredited Speaker (AS) designation from Toastmasters International and the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association. A former professional jazz dancer, her passion stems from the inordinate amount of stress in our society placed on thinness rather than the body as a resource for effective leadership. Rochelle has been in the fitness industry for 30+ years and brings a unique approach to her work. Blending her somatic experience training to help people regulate their central nervous system, she helps people stop fighting with themselves and be at ease in leadership roles (or just leadership acts). With her work, people learn to be comfortable that what they say and do are aligned to how people perceive them. Providing confidence, trust and hope, with a solid, proven technique, her message is one of unwavering faith in people's unique ability to create a dynamic life of leadership by honoring the wisdom of the body. Rochelle and Lou connect in this fun and ‘get your body moving' episode of Thrive LouD with Lou Diamond. ***CONNECT WITH LOU DIAMOND & THRIVE LOUD***
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Jenny Williamson, author of three books and Founder and CEO of Courage Worldwide, who shares the story of what led her to launch the international nonprofit that builds homes for children rescued out of sex trafficking. During the interview, Jenny talks about the power of saying "yes" to a calling and finding your purpose, shares words of encouragement for where to start on your own journey, and highlights the efforts and impact of Courage Worldwide. She also discusses her books, including "Do You Have the Courage to be You?" and "Uniquely You" and talks about some of the important themes and takeaways. Throughout the interview, Jenny shares many ways you can get involved not only in their efforts with Courage Worldwide, but in fighting human trafficking, supporting youth, and making a difference in your local community.Visit http://courageworldwide.org to learn more.
Today we sit down with Shmuel Lederman, Ph.D. Dr. Lederman is part of The Weiss-Livnat Center for Holocaust Research at Haifa University, and specializes in both political theory and genocide science. Most recently, Dr. Lederman has focused his research efforts on participatory democracy, a form of democracy that involves citizens making decisions about the issues that directly affect them. Click play to learn about: Dr. Lederman's background, and what led him to study this particular subject. Different types of participatory democracy. The advantages of involving citizens in active participation. What are the political theories that surround issues like participatory democracy? Join us now to find out! You can learn more about Dr. Lederman and his research by visiting academia.edu/ShmuelLederman. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
These are crazy times for all of us, and now more than ever it's up to you to deliver dining experiences that WOW your guest, make them forget their daily routine and give them a memorable escape. This is the “key” to loyalty, repeat business and the pride that comes from making guests happy. In this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast, I'm speaking with Bob Ray, the C.O.O. of Margaritas a 25 location Mexican concept that really knows how to dazzle its patrons. Imagine walking in the door and feeling the hospitality, sights, sounds and tastes of south of the border. You'll really feel like you've just landed in Acapulco or Mazatlán. Listen as Bob speaks to: - How providing authentic and genuine dining experiences leads to high check averages, repeat business and glowing reviews - Effective on-boarding, staff training and retention - Providing staff with the tools they need to succeed and time-off to recharge - Vital technology for convenience, productivity and enhanced guest experiences - Management priorities and proven results - Margarita's proven marketing strategy And how this restaurant group achieved 20% sales increases during multiple quarters of the pandemic and a 50% higher cash contribution YTD 2021. Don't miss this one, then go Rock YOUR Restaurant! Roger Show Notes: https://bit.ly/E299RRP Thank you to our Sponsors: SRV - Unlock Staff Potential and Maximize Sales. SRV teaches your team to profitably sell and accurately create the food and drinks at your restaurant. Learn More: https://srvnow.com/ Davo – Automate Your Sales Tax. Why not Try Davo FREE for 30 days: https://www.davosalestax.com/ Popmenu - For a limited time only, popmenu is offering our listeners $100 off your first month plus an unchanging lifetime rate. FREE Demo: https://www.popmenu.com/rockstars
Caren Baruch-Feldman Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and a certified school psychologist. She has authored numerous articles and led workshops on topics such as cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, helping children and adults cope with stress and worry, helping people change, and developing grit, resilience, and self-control. Providing in-services and writing, The Grit Guide for Teens and The Resilience Workbook for Kids are the highlights of Baruch-Feldman's professional life. She is a Fellow and Supervisor in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), a type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Visit her online at www.drbaruchfeldman.com.
Risk adjustment is much more than a regulatory requirement for Medicare Advantage plans – it can improve the quality of care by providing an accurate picture of each member's health status and ensuring each member receives the right interventions and treatment. Providers play an important role in risk adjustment, too. An engaged partnership between health plans and providers is vital to ensure beneficiaries receive valuable benefits. Our panel of experts from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, CommuniCare Health Centers, Priority Health, SelectHealth and Vatica Health will share successful strategies and best practices for payers and providers to work in partnership to close gaps in care, achieve better clinical and financial performance, and support value-based care. Hear both payer and provider perspectives on building a successful relationship. Confirmed Panelists: Jeslie Jacob, Divisional Vice President, Provider Analytics, Reporting & Connectivity, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois. Rebecca Welling, Associate Vice President, Risk Adjustment & Coding, SelectHealth Lisa Wigfield, RN, BSN, CCM, CRC, CDEO, Clinical Advisor, Risk Management, Priority Health Janie Reddy, DNP, FNP-BC, Director of Family Medicine, CommuniCare Health Centers Hassan Rifaat, MD, CEO, Vatica Health Bios: https://www.sharedpurposeconnect.com/events/elevating-risk-adjustment-by-activating-physician-participation/ This episode is sponsored by Vatica Health Founded in 2011, Vatica Health is the leading provider-centric risk adjustment and quality of care solution for health plans and health systems. By pairing expert clinical teams with cutting-edge, HITRUST-certified technology at the point of care, Vatica increases patient engagement and wellness, improves coding accuracy and completeness, facilitates the identification and closure of gaps in care, and enhances communication and collaboration between providers and health plans. The company's unique solution helps providers, health plans, and patients achieve better outcomes together. Vatica Health is trusted by many of the leading health plans and thousands of providers nationwide. Vatica Health is a portfolio company of Great Hill Partners. For more information, visit www.vaticahealth.com/.
Many Black women struggle to set workplace boundaries. There are multiple factors that contribute to this issue, from cultural norms, gender biases, personal insecurities, and external pressures. Often, we've been taught that what other people need from us is more important than how we're feeling, which is why we feel the need for others' needs ahead of our own. But Boundaries at work are important, find out whay and how you can protect yours! . ---------------------------------------------------------- Join The This Woman Community - An online community membership for Black women fully embracing the next chapter, with the intent of creating a fresh approach to our 40s, 50s and beyond. Providing a safe space for Black women to discuss the career issues and challenges unique to us, helping them to re-align their careers while staying true to their personal values and professional priorities. https://www.thiswomancan.coach/this-woman-can ---------------------------------------------------------- Sign up for my weekly newsletter to receive information and advice for the Woman of Color who wants more from their career https://janicesutherland.ck.page/newsletter ____________________________________ FIND ME ON: Official Website | https://www.janicesutherland.com Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/iamjanicesutherland LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamjanicesutherland Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/This_Woman_Can YouTube Channel | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx3J9vmdKueDI0Mbks4qftg Janice Sutherland helps frustrated, #midcareer, professional women of color re-align their careers while staying true to their values and personal and professional priorities. #thiswomancan #careertransition #careerpivot
Would you rather be right than rich? Tazz talks about providing the opportunity for retailers to get out of their own way. Ex-retailer Tazz Latifi is one of our favorite people and she comes on to talk about now sharing her experience with other retailers and helping them find profitability. Find Tazz here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tazzlatifi/
Taylor Glenn is a UK-based American comedian, writer, and podcaster who is one of the creators and hosts of the hit UK podcast Drunk Women Solving Crime which has had sold out runs in London and Edinburgh, won a Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award in 2022 and is nominated for two British Podcast Awards this year. Taylor has written for the new series of Breeders staring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard, has contributed to several programmes for BBC as well as writing for Comic Relief, The Guardian, The Daily Mash and Standard Issue Magazine. Taylor Glenn is guest number 201 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she'd like to preserve and one she'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Drunk Women Solving Crime is available here: https://podfollow.com/1425174819Follow Taylor Glenn on Twitter: @taylorglennUK and Instagram @taylorglenncomedy .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of UNFAIR Sports:(00:45) Jay decides where Kyrie ends up now that Brooklyn isn't an option (10:28) Thoughts on the NBA Draft and why OKC would trade Lu Dort? (19:28) The LA Rams don't even have a salary cap!Hit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozentee.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://youtube.com/unfairsportsIG: instagram.com/unfair_sportsWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairJay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
June 23, 2022 - Assemblymember Amy Paulin, a Westchester County Democrat, walks us through her package of bills designed to help people escape sex trafficking and weighs in on the merits of decriminalizing sex work.
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Dr. Suhail, an entrepreneur, healthcare investor, and philanthropist whose mission is to provide cost-effective, quality healthcare training programs in areas that are underserved and in need of quality care. Dr. Suhail is the CEO of Metropolitan Behavioral Associates (MBA) of Chicago, a Psychiatric Group of highly qualified psychiatry physicians with 30+ years of experience. The physicians are committed to providing quality care to all of the Chicago metropolitan communities. Tune in to learn more!
Dr. Jamila Perritt (she/her), an abortion provider, OBGYN, and Reproductive Justice advocate, joins Black Feminist Rants in discussing the impact of abortion bans on patients, trying to use medicine as a tool for liberation, and the concept of fetus viability. Dr. Perritt is the president and CEO of Physicians for Reproductive Health, an organization that educates and organizes health care providers to shape legislation and practice and advance access to reproductive health care for all communities. Action Items: Support Physicians for Reproductive Health at https://prh.org. Stay connected to BFR! Follow us on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter! Sign up for the BFR Newsletter Do you want to be featured on the podcast or partner with Black Feminist Rants? Contact Us! Credits: Audio Engineer, Annaya Baynes Producer, LaKia Williams --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lakia-williams8/message
As we continue to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, we are excited to share our second episode this month focusing on gender affirming care with plastic surgeon Dr. Katy Gast. We chat about her role as a surgeon in providing gender affirmation care, advocacy work, and how healthcare professionals and individuals in general can create a more welcoming and easier to navigate system for people seeking gender affirming care. To learn more about gender affirming care and access available resources/services, check out:https://queerdoc.com/gender-affirming-surgery/ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vTKe0ILb3O5deJFZyZN6ClXcpcXskDeg2N4xZhcm0xaubTN1z3KQA8FIUy0DlsHYb-QlwuCvOr-3ESo/pubhtml# www.witranshealth.orgwww.wpath.orghttps://www.uwhealth.org/services/gender-services
VMware and Intel have shared many commonalities over the years, including CEO Pat Gelsinger, who returned “home” to Intel in 2021 after 8 years of leading VMware. The partnership between the two companies is now stronger and more focused than ever, providing next-gen datacenter to cloud capabilities with the broadest portfolio of trusted solutions in the industry. In this episode, host Kathleen Tandy chats with Muge Tanik, General Manager of Global Accounts at Intel to discuss the history of VMware and Intel's partnership and how their roadmaps are aligned to bring the most consistent, secure, and optimized edge to cloud and multi-cloud solutions to customers across the globe. From VMware Workspace One on Intel vPro, to the Virtual Cloud Network built on Intel architecture, learn how VMware and Intel are setting the bar for enterprise-level IT. Listen all the way to the end for a teaser on the next innovative solutions this partnership is about to unveil! About the Guest: Muge Tanik is General Manager of Global Accounts at Intel. You can find her on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mugetanik/. About the Host: Kathleen Tandy is Vice President of Global Partner and Alliances Marketing at VMware. You can find Kathleen on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ktandy85/, or on Twitter at @kaktandy. To learn more about VMware's partner programs, please visit: https://www.vmware.com/partners/partner-executive-edge.html. Subscribe, follow, and review VMware Partnership Perspectives podcast.
I spoke with Jeroen Plink, the COO of the LegalTech Hub, and Jeroen Ketting, the founder and CEO of the Lighthouse Group, a provider of management and trade support to Western companies doing business in Russia and Ukraine. We discussed how a legal tech background can empower humanitarian work worldwide, best practices for adapting business knowledge and logistics expertise to support the community, and how the legal tech community can support the Lifeline Ukraine initiative.
If you're a parent, you've either had concerns about your children's relationship with their body image, or you will eventually have those concerns. Today's guest, Dr. Charlotte Markey, understands these concerns because she's had them herself for a very long time. She's a professor of psychology at Rutgers and the author of four books, including The Body Image Book for Girls and The Body Image Book for Boys. She's currently working on a fifth book. In today's episode, Charlotte talks about body image issues, how they affect everyone, and how her work addresses that. Listen in to hear what she has to say about what body image means to her, providing a counter-message to harmful marketing, and how to talk to kids about things like body image and nutrition. Topics Discussed in Today's Episode: How body image issues affect everyone Providing a counter-message to marketing The best way to talk to kids who are experiencing negative thoughts about their bodies Working on body image problems pre-emptively Girls' body issues vs boys' body issues How parental body image issues affect kids and whether parents can help their kids when they're struggling Talking about food and nutrition without creating disordered behavior Admitting you don't always know an answer or backtracking when necessary Talking about physical activity with kids without overdoing it How important it is to monitor social media How to prevent social media from having a negative effect on kids Where fatphobia fits into building a positive body image RELATED LINKS The Body Image Book For Girls The Body Image Book For Boys The CVG Nation app, for iPhone The CVG Nation app, for Android Our Fitness FB Group. Thick Thighs Save Lives Workout Programs Constantly Varied Gear's Workout Leggings
We're talking about how to survive, thrive, and profit in a potential recession. Some would say it's already here. Tech stocks are down, and while that might not necessarily impact the housing market, things are changing all around us and we have to be prepared. You can profit big even in a recession if you're focused on the right things. Having a strong mindset and making decisions in advance are the secrets to success. Focus on revenue-generating activities like making offers and following up on leads. Partnerships with the right people also help you get deals done.Getting to the root of your sellers' problems helps you position yourself as the solution. Providing sellers with multiple offers gives them choices. You can offer them any number of creative financial strategies that might work. Gavin and I walk through some listings online and share how we'd position our offers so you can get some examples. If you want to do more deals in this market, you need to make multiple offers. We put together a mind map PDF that has everything you need to grow your business, even in a recession. Don't forget to download it by heading to REIProof.comWhat's Inside:—The importance of making decisions in advance.—Creative financing strategies to offer to sellers.—Examples of how to make cash offers.
Background, experience, and previous work are things that most sales organizations look at when hiring a new addition to the team. But what about the people who really want to get into sales but have none of these required experiences? Are we just gonna leave them behind? That is Tom Slocum and the TrainYo team's mission, to provide sales career opportunities for people from odd job backgrounds and help them transform into highly skilled sellers.Join Collin Mitchell today as he interviews Tom about the ins and outs of the TrainYo program and how it helped people from various walks of life in landing their first sales jobs, only here in the latest episode of Sales Transformation!Join Our Free Podcast Community HERE!Want to solve a leaky sales funnel? Get Signup for your Free RevenueGrid trial HERE! Want Your Reps Hitting Quota in 2022? Get Your Wingman Free Trial HERE!HIGHLIGHTSTom's Sales StoryWhat Is TrainYoOdd Backgrounds Of TrainYo TraineesChallenge For Non-Tech BackgroundsThe TrainYo Training ProcessTrainYo Graduates' Success StoriesQUOTESTom: “TrainYo takes underserved undervalued people that normally get overlooked or out of the UK or US market now that would love to break into the SDR role and find out how to do it correctly and get the skills they need to be successful in it.Collin: “There's so many hidden gems of people that would do well.”Tom: “We had another one Robert, who had never done sales in his entire life, Robert is and then he came through the program just recently, and within three days of finishing the program had secured himself a job.”Tom: “Fight to get in, right, don't give up. It's not going to be easy. It is going to be hard. I'm not going to lie. This sounds all great butterflies, but you're gonna get rejected. You do have to go through quite a few interviews to get these candidates dropped somewhere.”Connect with Tom on LinkedIn and learn more about what he's been working on!Trainyo LinkedInTrainyo WebsiteConnect with Collin on LinkedIn and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to!Want to Start, Grow or Monetize Your Podcast? Book a Free Strategy Call HERE!