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Shhh! Don't tell anyone, but I am letting you in on some of the details shared by RancherMind experts during the 2023 Cattle Marketing series! I, Shaye Koester, am sharing tips from our events that focused on promoting cattle in an online world and getting involved in value-added programs. This episode is brought to you in part by Top Dollar Angus. https://topdollarangus.com/ In this episode, you will be able to: Navigate the realm of strategic cattle marketing to illuminate how your animals' values resonate with your audience. Grasp the science of social media marketing, maintaining a posting rhythm that sparks and sustains audience engagement. Realize the importance of minimalist web design, peppered with fundamental details and optimized keywords to leverage higher digital visibility. Evaluate why personal branding matters, presenting diverse pieces of your life to appeal to possible collaborators. Spot-aligned value-added programs that sync with your current routine and plans, thereby catapulting profits and fostering a sustainable cattle business. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:29 - Introduction, 00:01:00 - RancherMind Series, 00:03:03 - Online Marketing Tips, 00:07:34 - Website Essentials, 00:08:39 - Personal Branding, 00:14:47 - Social Media and Website Tips, 00:16:35 - Importance of Online Presence, 00:18:57 - Value Added Programs, 00:22:01 - Simplifying Changes, 00:23:27 - Join Ranchermind Series, Links: Full Show Notes: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/casual-cattle-conversations-podcast-shownotes Free Weekly Resources: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranching-resources • Take Your Ranch to the Next Level Once a month Shaye hosts Q&A calls between cattle producers and beef industry leaders to help ranchers find answers to their questions and improve their bottom lines. The best part is you get expert insight from the comfort of your own ranch and get to ask any question you want relating to the topic! Learn More About RancherMinds: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranchermind-events Connect with me on Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cattleconvos Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cattleconvos/ Podcast Coaching Do you have an existing podcast or want to start a new one but don't know where to start? Connect with Shaye and she will lay out everything you need to know to get you started on the right foot. Book a one-time coaching call using this link: https://calendly.com/cattleconvos/podcast-coaching Interested in a coaching package? Email Shaye at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her about the podcast you want to start!
Have you ever heard these myths about implementing systems and processes for greater efficiency? Myth 1: It's too time-consuming and complicated. Myth 2: It stifles creativity and innovation. Myth 3: It's only for large organizations. In this episode, our guest Josh Fonger will debunk these myths and reveal the truth about the importance of implementing systems and processes for greater efficiency."Without knowing what the bullseye is, you don't know whether it's working for you or not. You need to set a standard and define what success looks like, so you can determine if your systems are helping you get there or not." - Josh Fonger Access all show and episode resources HEREAbout Our Guest:Meet Josh Fonger - a dynamic force in the world of business performance architecture. Known for his innovative approach to simplifying and systemising processes, Josh helps business owners unlock remarkable growth. With rich experience across more than 300 industries, he has guided over 1,000 clients to overcome the chaos of daily operations, particularly when time, resources and money have reached a critical point. His Christian faith imbues his approach with integrity and purpose, serving as a reminder that order can indeed be birthed from chaos. Reasons to Listen:Identify tactics to maximizing individual and business productivity through effective time management strategies.Discover the crucial role of implementing systems and processes for achieving maximum efficiency.Realize the value of delegation in magnifying productivity and leveraging one's strengths.Understand the importance of prioritization in accomplishing successful time management.Recognize the benefits of creating white space and stillness for overall wellbeing.Episode Highlights:00:00:00 - The Visionary Leader, The conversation starts with discussing the role of a visionary leader in a company. It is suggested that when the visionary is not constantly present in the office, the company can actually grow more because they disrupt things less and the machine runs better with fewer adjustments.00:08:04 - The Type of Work, Josh Fonger explains that his work as a consultant and coach is not specific to any particular industry. He helps leaders, business owners, and organizational leaders who have maxed out on their time, resources, and money. His focus is on helping them systemize their business for growth.00:09:54 - Working with Different Organizations, While Josh Fonger mainly works with smaller companies, he also assists larger organizations in fine-tuning their structures and managing their systems. The trigger point for seeking his help is often when key employees leave, or there are significant changes such as divorce or death in a family business.00:12:05 - Preferred Client Size, While Josh Fonger prefers to work with the leader or head of an organization, he doesn't turn down clients based on size. However, he acknowledges that the implementation process may vary depending on the stage and size of the company.00:23:45 - The Importance of Systems, Josh Fonger highlights the significance of systems in business and how they allow organizations to scale and grow. He emphasizes that systems help eliminate chaos, reduce stress, and enable businesses to function smoothly even when00:14:33 - The Tension Between Visionaries and Systematizers, This chapter explores the tension between visionaries and systematizers in a business setting. Visionaries thrive on new ideas and lack of structure, while systematizers love checklists and organization. The challenge lies in finding a balance between the two and allowing each person to play their role...
In a world where hiring decisions often hinge on assumptions and personal motives, one entrepreneur dared to defy the norm. Rick Girard, a seasoned pioneer in his field, stumbled upon a revelation that would change the course of his career. His journey to success wasn't a smooth ride; it was a wave of failures and lessons learned. But little did he know, his pursuit of aligning actions with core values would lead him down an unexpected path, one that would revolutionize the hiring landscape forever. Stay tuned to discover how this determined entrepreneur transformed his personal distaste for losing into a game-changing solution.My special guest is Rick Girard.Welcome to the mind of Rick Girard - a tireless advocate for value-based hiring processes. Venturing into the realm of entrepreneurship, he specializes in bringing clarity and purpose to the often chaotic hiring process within startups and SMBs. Known for being an avid believer in aligning actions with an organization's core values, he passionately fosters this philosophy both in his work and written masterpiece, Healing Career Wounds. Rick's innovative strategies prove that when a prospective employee's intrinsic values align with the business's ethos, their contribution far exceeds mere monetary value.Discover the key role a systematic hiring approach plays in startup success. Learn how aligning your actions with your company's core values positively impacts decision-making and hiring processes. Appreciate the art of attracting and onboarding the right talent for your budding enterprise. Gain insight into the adverse effects of biases and assumptions in the recruitment process. Understand how to engineer an unbiased and time-efficient hiring experience. Uncover the indispensable value of a methodical hiring strategy for your startup growth. Grasp how intertwining your actions with foundational values enhances decision-making and recruitment. Master the power of securing the perfect team for your startup ambitions. Realize the potential pitfalls of letting preconceptions steer your hiring selections. Construct a fair, prompt, and effective recruitment process. How to find Rick:Web: https://www.stridesearch.com/ BB: https://www.facebook.com/rick.girard.5IG: https://www.instagram.com/rickgirard1/?hl=enLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/Twitter: https://twitter.com/rick_girard?lang=en Thanks for listening to the Revolutionary Man Podcast. If you would like to get more information about our programs use the links below to check us out. It could be the step that changes your life. To join our movement:
In today's episode, Gina responds to a listener email commenting on his own struggle with anxiety-inducing thoughts. The listener suggests the common thread running through the most distressing thoughts he has is that they involve future (often catastrophic) events that have not yet come to pass. Listen in to see how to best respond to such thinking and learn to overcome a major anxiety creating pattern: intrusive thinking about events that have not yet (and may never) come to pass. Please visit our Sponsor Page to find all the links and codes for our awesome sponsors! https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com/sponsors/ Thank you for supporting The Anxiety Coaches Podcast. Find even more peace and calm with our Supercast premium access membership! https://anxietycoaches.supercast.com/ Here's what's included for $5/month: ❤ New Ad-Free episodes every Sunday and Wednesday ❤ Access to the entire Ad-free back-catalog with over 600 episodes ❤ Premium meditations recorded with you in mind ❤ And more fun surprises along the way! All this in your favorite podcast app! To learn more go to: https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program Learn more about our One-on-One Coaching What is anxiety? Quote: Your mind is your instrument. Learn to be its master, not its slave. -Remez Sasson Chapters 0:00:24 Going from random to recognizable with anxious thoughts 0:01:09 Realization: Anxieties revolve around future events and scenarios 0:03:19 Using mindfulness to bring the mind back to reality 0:13:24 Responding to anxieties with a beneficial mindset 0:14:39 Resting in the idea of handling it when it comes 0:16:31 Realizing the power to come back to the present moment Summary In this episode of the Anxiety Coaches Podcast, we delve into the idea of going from random to recognizable with our anxious thoughts. We explore the roots of anxiety and how they manifest in our minds. One listener shared a comment that resonated with several others - that many of their anxieties had a common thread: they were all centered around future events and scenarios. This realization was a breakthrough for the listener, as they found it helpful to remind themselves that they will handle these situations when they actually occur, instead of trying to control them in the present. As the host, I emphasize the importance of being the master of our minds rather than being enslaved by our anxious thoughts. I quote Ramez Sasson, who said, "You have power over your mind, not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength." So often, individuals with anxiety search for patterns in their anxieties, trying to make sense of their constant worries. I ask listeners if they have noticed any patterns in their own anxious thoughts. We acknowledge that the anxieties surrounding future events are common and often based on hypothetical scenarios. Our imagination can take us to dark places, but it's essential not to let these thoughts dictate our present experience or become slaves to our minds. Instead, we should use our minds as instruments and discern which thoughts require attention and which can be put aside for the time being. Moving forward, we shift our discussion towards the common anxieties people have about future flights and how to handle them. We explore the fact that many of these fears are anticipatory, and our imagination can run wild with negative possibilities. However, it's crucial to remember that these anxieties are not happening in the present moment. Spending too much time in future anxious thinking can exhaust our bodies and keep us stuck in a fight or flight reaction pattern. The key to breaking free from this pattern is practicing mindfulness and bringing our minds back to the present moment when we catch ourselves falling down the wormhole of anxious thoughts. By regularly engaging in meditation and being mindful, we build the strength to redirect our thoughts to reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join host Roland Frasier and guest Jay Abraham in this episode of the Business Lunch Podcast as they unveil a treasure trove of strategies to enhance your business! Drawing from their forthcoming book, the dynamic duo explores advanced methods to propel your business forward.Discover the three rapid ways to expand any business: gaining more customers, increasing transaction size, and boosting purchase frequency. Dive into the intricacies of these methods, where traditional growth tactics are left in the dust.But that's not all. Roland and Jay delve into the world of strategic partnerships and acquisitions, showing you how to tap into the expertise, assets, and markets you need without the traditional costs and risks. Learn how to leverage other people's strengths and resources to skyrocket your own business.The possibilities are boundless as they discuss accessing new markets, adding new products, and embracing growth assets to elevate your business. Realize the potential of exponential growth, allowing you to focus on what you love and excel at, while others handle the rest.If you've ever wondered how successful entrepreneurs achieve astounding growth, this episode is your key to unlocking their secrets. Don't miss this valuable opportunity to learn from two industry titans, Jay Abraham and Roland Frasier, and embark on your journey to a lifetime of business success.Tune in to Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss for this exclusive episode with Jay Abraham. HIGHLIGHTS "When you can go to other people to partner that have the things that you would like to have in your business and maybe have skills that you don't have expertise, assets, that kind of thing.""Your weaknesses can be things that you're just not that good at. Or it can be things you don't know. It can be things you don't like.""We're going to show you how you can create a lifetime of wealth every three to five years."TIMESTAMPS00:00: Introduction 06:58: New Markets14:40: Three Ways To Grow Your Business 17:29: What Do You Need?22:39: Risks Of Doing It On Your Own26:16: Leveraging Your People36:05: Value Of Product Placement 46:40: Acquiring Assets 57:14: Why Most Start Ups Fail1:00:53: Position Your Investments 1:04:56: Setting Up An SVP1:20:36: Strategies To Reduce Price1:29:54: Cashing Out 1:33:05: Questions From Audience CONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES: • 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier
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Does this sound familiar? Have you been told that changing your life requires simply thinking positive thoughts and hoping for the best? But despite your efforts, you're still feeling stuck and unfulfilled. The pain of taking this ineffective action and not seeing any tangible results can leave you feeling frustrated and discouraged. It's time to rewrite your story and embrace the power of storytelling to transform your life for good. In this episode, Cheryl Knowlton and Riquel Heap discuss how to: Realize how impactful storytelling can redefine your personal and professional journey. Delve into the profound intersection of neuroscience and revisioning personal narratives for self-improvement. Appreciate the captivating range of human potential through distinctive and personal stories. Master the craft of using storytelling as a catalyst for emotional recovery and letting go. See how steering towards action-oriented narratives and personal empowerment can shape your life's path. Key Takeaways: Transformative Power of Storytelling Storytelling is a powerful and transformational tool that can effectively shape our lives. It allows us to author our own narratives, offering a fresh outlook on old experiences and paving the path to future possibilities. Neuroscience and Story Editing Neuroscience reveals that our brain is a powerful entity capable of incessantly working towards fulfilling our desires. Embrace Diversity of Human Potential The uniqueness and diversity of human potential is extraordinary. Everyone has a unique story to share, with a distinct face and experiences no one else will ever replicate. “You have the power to shape your own story and create a brighter future. Embrace new perspectives, break old habits, and believe in your ability to change and grow." — Riquel Heap About the guest, Riquel Heap: Riquel Heap is a charismatic dynamo with a passion for storytelling and a knack for reimagining life's narratives. Each day, she embraces the art of crafting tales, not just in her own life but in the lives of others. With an open heart and an open mind, she channels her knowledge of neuroscience and the human mind into helping people leverage the power of their personal stories for growth and positivity. Emphasizing the idea that we all hold the power to dictate the course of our life's story, Riquel is a beacon of optimism and renewal. CONNECT WITH CHERYL: Website: www.cherylknows.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwvWKXBC6fKn1dLGY11hxIg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theknowltonteam/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylknowlton/
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If you're a dental professional looking for high quality, cost effective, dental equipment, check out Olson dental chairs!Click this link and mention this episode for a limited time FREE installation with your purchase!Guest: Damien BonnerBusiness Name: CAD-RayCheck out Damien's Media:Website: www.cad-ray.com Cloud-based Dentist CAD Software: https://www.clinux.pro/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cadraydentalDamien's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mayorofkp/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOther Mentions and Links:PattersonCERECAlign TechnologyMedit Scanner3Shape TRIOSSpear EducationZoomTeamViewerHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyMy Key Takeaways:Be careful with tech companies that sell products without healthy support. At CAD-Ray, they walk through it with you step by step, even offering assistance in the clinical realm.Patients want to see your cool new tech. Be sure to proudly display it in the office and give patients a chance to share on their social platforms!If you make the patient part of the process with your technology, they will love to share with their friends.Change is good, but too much change at once in your office can be tough on your team.If the team isn't 100% on board with the tech changes, the switch will go poorly. Be sure to show them the value of your new tech!Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: All right. It's time to talk with our featured guest, Damien Bonner. Damien, how's it going? Damien: Good. Good. How are you? Michael: Doing pretty good, man. If you don't mind me asking, where are you Damien: located right now? well Actually right this second, I'm in New York, I'm a longtime native of New York, but moved to Florida market about 18 months ago, just up here visiting some family this week.Michael: Oh, okay. Moved to Florida just for funsies or like it was. Damien: I don't know if I want to get into all that too much politics, too much taxes, too much things in New York that uh, after 43 years of living here, I've had enough and uh, took the family and moved to what we thought was gonna be greener pastures.And, so far has been everything we thought it would be especially with the, uh, no state income tax on my, uh, salary. So very important for us. Nice, Michael: man. Awesome. So then, Damien, talk to us a little bit about your area of expertise. What Damien: specifically do you do? so I'm a believer in in your why and what your why is, Not so much what I do, it's why I do what I do. So my goal is to help every dentist become digital so that they can offer a higher level of, Thank you. Patient care and patient satisfaction for their patients. So what does that mean that I actually do? I sell digital technology in the dental space.I've been doing so since 2008. What Michael: type of digital technology do Damien: you sell? In 2008, I started with Patterson Dental as a CEREC specialist, so in office manufacturing, CAD CAM systems digital technology back in the day. Sarah was one of the only players, if not the only player in the marketplace.When I first started today that's obviously grown to many other technologies that offer digital scanning. Intraorally 3D comb beam technology practice management software, CAD software in office manufacturing. And now the big thing is that 3D printing. I went from being a specific CEREC specialist to now selling all the products I just mentioned.Yeah. Michael: Man, that's really good. So then how'd you get into this? Damien: by accident I was in the mortgage industry back in the early 2000. So if you've ever seen the movie the big uh, now I can't remember the name was the movie was but It was a movie about the mortgage industry and subprime lending.I was right in the middle of that noticed things pretty early on that I was making way too much money for doing way too little work and something wasn't right. lo and behold, the market crashed and. I went from a decent salary and commission to making 25, 000 a year.And I didn't want to go back to that part of my life where it was very based on the market, I wanted to do something that I felt was going to change people's lives for the better. And I think everybody needs. Dentistry in their lives. They should. And I had a friend who worked for a line technology and said, Hey, there's this product called Eric and uh, there's an opening.I think you should apply for it. So sort of how I got into it and no idea what I was doing and how I got into it, but haven't looked back one day. Man, Michael: so rewind a little bit. Talk to me about how you felt when you were at that oh man stuff is racking up as far as like bills and stuff like that.Damien: Yeah It's very demoralizing Hard on relationships Having to borrow money from my then girlfriend now wife to make ends meet but she stuck with me through everything realizing that you're at the highs, there's absolute highs and then there's the absolute lows. And I was definitely in a low and while starting in dentistry at 25, 000 a year and slowly building my gradual climb to a normal lifestyle.Was a slow and steady pace, but again, I haven't looked back since my mentor once told me that, you can be up here and down here and up down here and never have a steady aspect of life, but you can maintain the course and just gradually increase what you do. and that's where um, you know, I'm at today and that's how I try to live life is, not go for the gusto and, take life gradually and build upon that every day. I Michael: like that, man. That's really, really good. Really smart. So then the selling part of the digital technology. Do you feel like now there's less selling to do and more people are reaching out and like, hey, we need this, but there's more options?Or do you feel like now we still got to like teach show them like you need technology? Damien: Well, There's a lot of different technologies out there, and they're all great. There's, probably 30 different inter role scanners which needs to be the hot topic for most offices.Getting into digital technology is where they start that aspect. If you look at a practice in general, digital starts with the practice management. So you have your practice management. Which is full digital, at least, hopefully, at least, 95 percent or so have digital and they're not paper files anymore.And then it goes digital x ray, It's no more film turning that corner. From there, intral scanning seems to be the next logical step where panoramic x ray, 3D comb beam, something of that nature. And then comes in office manufacturing. So, We used to call it when I was at Patterson Dental, the digital waterfall of where you have your, 90 percent market share of doctors who are doing practice management digitally, then you have the next level, which was falling over from there.It would be your, digital x ray. And now that market is complete. So now we're back up here. And now we're still at that intro scanner market, which is probably in my estimation, 45 to 50 percent penetration into marketplace. So there's still a lot of dentists who don't have digital technology in their office in some format.We're starting to see that it's going to start shooting a lot higher, a lot more people adding the technology to their practice quicker but adding the right technology is the important aspect. And that's sort of where I come in. Again, when I worked for Patterson, I was selling 1 product.We were selling CEREC. And it was pretty much the only product available at the time, and it was 120, for a full system set up. Not something a lot of people wanted to partake in or invest in as time has gone on. There's been, internal scanners and some people. Who don't want to do in office manufacturing, so they send the files off to a laboratory digitally.The market was dictating that people didn't want to pay extra fees or high prices for these items. And so we at Cadre discovered Medit early on. Medit is an internal scanner that has no fees involved with price point when we first started selling was at 18, 000. So a price point that was unmatched in the industry for the most part without additional fees. that sort of broke down that barrier for a lot of people to start looking seriously at digital technology. and today we're the number one dealer of Medit in the world. We also have Trios. We have Shining 3D. I mean, it's not just, all our eggs in a basket of Medit, but the idea was that We could overcome the obstacle the barrier of many offices, which is cost with the product, as long as the product works and more importantly, we were able to support the product people would adopt to it pretty quickly.And so that it had grown to a point where they have a new system out. The I 700 came out a couple of years ago at an even better price point and even easier to use. And I think that sort of put the industry on notice to re look at their pricing and their fee structures. So a lot of the companies like 3Shape Trios uh, lowered their price, what cost you 41, only a year and a half ago, now cost you 21, 900 with no additional fees.If it has done anything for the industry, it's break down that barrier and also force other companies to look inward and redesign what they're doing. And so I know it's around about answer there, but to answer your question, there's still a lot of selling to do to doctors to make sure they make the right choice.I think they all know they need digital technology in their office at this point. I think, that they're all going to adopt to it, but making sure they adopt to the right one is where our job comes in. Michael: that's interesting. So then, if we rewind a little bit, you said Meta broke down big barriers, right?Big barriers and people were able to adopt it better. To you, what would be the biggest barrier then? Would it be the price point? Damien: Price is always the biggest barrier. again, I can bring it back to my CEREC days at 120, 000. Price is always going to play a factor in any decision anybody makes, whether it's buying a car, buying a house buying anything.Now I choke at spending 3 more for For avocado Chipotle. So price is an important factor for most people, but once you break that price barrier down, I feel it becomes about a mental state of, can I do this? Is it easy to use? And then it comes to, will I be supported? So not just for the sale, but after the sale and beyond the sale.And that's where we at Cadre sort of take over. To give you a little background on Cadre, if I can for a second. we're a distribution company now, since 2018. Again, Medit was our first product. But prior to that Cadre was started by our CEO and clinical advisor, Dr.Armin from Los Angeles. he's a one of the founders of sericdoctors. com. Which is now part of spear education. When he sold his aspect of that sericdoctors. com, he still wanted to maintain educating doctors and bring in technology to these doctors to... Show them what helps him in his practice and educate others, spread his love for technology his geekiness for the digital technology aspect.But one thing he always maintained was Cadre. Cadre was a digital implant planning company. So back when comb beams were 200, 000 and more he had the idea to start these scan centers where. Doctors would be in a metropolis area, like Chicago or la and they can send their patients in to get scanned.He would then take the file, planning the implant and send a surgical stent so that they can do digital implant planning without having to invest in a cone beam. Technology. Obviously, prices on cone beam have come down now. You can get into a cone beam for as low as $40,000. and do the planning yourself.So the scan aspect went away, but the digital planning was still a big part of the business, but education was always his biggest thing and trying to find a product that made sense to expand and educate doctors on was something that he was continuing to look for.So my former colleagues. Rich and John both worked with me at Patterson as CEREC specialists joined forces with Armin and created Cadre Distribution with the idea that we know what it takes to support a doctor. Again, education from Armin on the clinical side of, CEREC dentistry has always been his background.Rich, John, myself, a CEREC specialist for Patterson Dental for over 12 years. we know what it takes to support a doctor to make them successful. and we sort of felt that was where other companies fail. Anybody can sell the product, but supporting the product is the most important aspect. So when we started this venture, it was about the customer first, not about us, not about the product. In many ways, I feel like we're a education and support company first and a sales company second. And doctors noticed that. And we are very, very organic. Company in that we do no outbound marketing at all.Everything we've grown to become has been through social media and through referrals from doctors and you don't get referrals unless you do something really good. and our support with medit has allowed us to grow to where we are today to bring in other products and support our doctors.After so if you were to Google Cadre we have hundreds of five star reviews.Some people talk about the products we sell, but every single person talks about the service, support, and education they receive from us. And that's our calling card. So support is by far the most important aspect of what we do on a daily basis. Nice. Okay. Michael: So then some of the biggest barriers we talked about was like money.But then at the same time, I guess a great point is the support that's how referrals happen. Right. Like you said, Oh my God, they're fantastic. Not so much like, Oh yeah, they're cheap, but they suck. Right It's more like the referrals, their support is really, really great. So then you mentioned something about, Okay. you guys know what it takes to make a doctor successful. what does it take to support a doctor to be successful? Damien: Knowledge, obviously, right? So from a technical standpoint, be able to make sure their technology is working.So if they have an issue, they have one phone over to call. More importantly, they get a live human every single time. There's no numbers to press. Hey, enter your phone number. Let me put you on hold when you call our number. You're going to get a live human anytime between the hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p.m. East Coast time Monday through Friday. From there, that's the technical aspect. More importantly is the clinical aspect. we were virtual before virtual was cool during coven. So we started basically very slow as a virtual company where the beginning we were. Two sales reps and a CEO that was educating people.And we were able to reach anywhere in the country through zoom, like we're doing right now. So the idea of selling technology over zoom, instead of a knee to knee aspect or a clinical demo in an office was something sort of new at the time obviously it's changed now where it's a very um, status quo for most companies, it was, new at the time.so being able to utilize the tools like zoom and team viewer to support the doctors was very important. So one zoom to educate them and train them and then to the team viewer aspect. So we have all sat chair side digitally. In a dental office even our support team. Now, as we've grown, we've brought them in.They have all been dental assistants who have sat chair side. So we speak the lingo. We know the procedures. So at any time the doctor is doing, let's say the 1st implant scan and they need help. not just going to offer them technical help. We're going to log in with them and sit virtually chair side with them and support them to that case.Hey, this is where you need to go next. Okay. You need a better scan of that area. And make them feel comfortable in doing those cases. And we can do that anywhere in the world, at any time, between the hours of 8 and 8, of course. but that's the important factors. Yes, companies can offer technical support, but where they fall, sometimes it's in that clinical aspect.And that's where we take over. Gotcha. Michael: So it kind of leads to my next question. What can a practice owner, a dentist, do today in your opinion, to improve their marketing or their business? Damien: I've always been a believer that if you build it, they will come digital technology in general has been ingrained in me and I've been great at my doctors and I've seen practices grow by adding digital technology.not for just from an overhead perspective. Hey, we're going to cut costs here, or we're going to be able to mail in office and cut down our procedures. But. Referral word of mouth from digital technology, the patient base, I believe, is getting younger and smarter. They know technology, they want to see technology for me growing up I'm 46, my 1st dentist, it was a rotary instrument dentist with you know, big octopus looking thing coming at me.Those things are ingrained in my memory and my kids. Today they go to the dentist with no issues because they like to see the technology and they're not afraid of what's going to happen to them. I fully believe that adding digital technology, no matter how little or how big is definitely helpful to help build that patient base and garner more attention to your practice.Gotcha. Michael: Have you seen any of all the practices you work with, any of the practices where they market the technology in like a unique or smart way or, Damien: or what do you think? well, I mean, social media obviously is a big thing and, you know, especially with tick tock videos and instagram. There's a lot of great information out there now. But back when I first started, there wasn't social media aspect and everyone's doing social media now for the most part.But, displaying your technology, being proud of the technology, bringing patients through 1 thing that I've learned. Walking into thousands of dental offices is that not every single dental office is the same. There's offices that have wood paneling on the walls. They're very old. Nothing wrong with them.Not, knocking the dentistry that's done in those offices, but are they pleasing to the eye? No. And then I've seen offices that are absolutely gorgeous and have no patients. where's the difference there? Where does it lie? And totally always believe it lies in the doctor and the bedside manner of that doctor.And their staff more importantly but I'll ask meeting a new friend or whatever. Ask who their dentist is. And they tell me and I go, oh, okay why do you choose them? I know the office and I've seen the office and I've seen the dentistry that comes out of the office sometimes.And I'm like, all right, I probably wouldn't send my friends and family there, but I'm interested to know why you go there. And, they say it's I've been going there for years, or I just doctors so nice and doesn't oversell me on things. And, it's important to them, but they've also never stepped into another dental office.I'm sure if they walked into a beautiful boutique dental office, they might change their mind of who they see just based on looks. Doesn't necessarily mean they're pumping out great dentistry. But displaying the technology getting people to know that technology exists through marketing digital social media, not so much paid ads.again, personally speaking from my point of view, I think, Facebook ads and social media ads are a waste of money. I think there's a lot of clickbait and a lot of farmers out there that just take your money and people that you want to see really aren't seeing it you think they are.but just through organic social posts and shares I always love the viral videos but, to go back to your original question.Yeah, just marketing technology putting it on display. If you have 3D printer, it's really cool technology. Why not put it where patients can see it and see what's happening or a milling unit in the office, putting it somewhere on display behind a glass case. Patients can see their tooth being made they'll take their phone out.They'll go right up to it. They'll take a video, put it on their social media. And then share it to their friends and family. It's a really cool experience when you see that happen. it happens time and time again when you actually make the patient part of the process. They're always going to pull their phone out and video it.Michael: Yeah, I like that, make the patient part of their process. It's really interesting. now these next questions are just to get into the head of someone who isn't totally involved on the clinical side of dentistry, Working in their mouth every single day. What would you, Damien, like to see more from a Damien: dentist?not to be afraid of adding technology come to courses and learn. I think we fell out of the realm during covid of people attending trade shows and courses and starting to come back a little bit at the trade shows doing lately, seeing more people out there, but definitely not where it was.7 years ago I think that doctors, there's only so much you can learn online and that you need to get out there and learn things in person especially with the C courses, they take the required courses. They take some ancillary courses that you may want to take, but I think anything that you get hands on with.We'll change how they feel about certain things. So if you're curious about digital technologies, definitely take a hands on type course. So you can involve yourself in the dentistry that you want to do. Or thinking about doing not just learning online because it's a big difference when you get to see it, feel it, touch it.Then when you are just, reading something online or reading a Facebook post as many people do. Michael: Yeah. You mentioned afraid, like have you noticed that like a lot of people are afraid to add technology their practice? So why? Damien: Again, it's, it comes down to their mindset. the barrier of prices, I don't think any longer there because it makes more sense to invest in technology than it is to continue to do the analog processes just from a financial aspect.That makes sense. I think from a team perspective is where most people have a hiccup. Whether they don't want to make changes on their team or the team is resistant to change. What I found time and time again is if your team is not on board, you're going to fail with the technology. So having the proper mindset going in with your team is of utmost importance in my opinion.Michael: Okay. And then right now, what do you dislike or Damien: hate about dentistry? There's nothing I really dislike about dentistry. In general, from my perspective, from a patient perspective I hate dental insurance. I see so many people letting dental insurance dictate their all care not doing certain procedures because the dental insurance is not paying for it's not health insurance and while it's nice to have a little discount with your insurance. I would never let that dictate my oral care. If I need something done, I want to get it done, but many patients don't understand that. And, I think it's an education aspect of the patient to let them understand what insurance actually is in the dental world and what it covers and what it doesn't cover.But I see it time and time again where, patients go to get their teeth pulled versus getting an implant because that's what the insurance is paying for. And they don't realize how important their teeth are. So I think education for the patient is the most important aspect of that. Michael: Yeah.No, a hundred percent. Yeah. I agree. And then what needs to change? In your opinion, for people to be more open to dentistry. Damien: I think it's starting to change now just because the population is getting younger and more aware. There's a lot more research going on with overall body health leading from the oral cavity. And, you know, there's a lot of airway issues going on and breathing issues that lead to high blood pressure and other health factors. and they're starting to. Realize that and put a positive spin on dentistry. I think there's a lot of negativity towards dentistry, especially from the patient population when it comes to cost. but I think as the patient population gets younger, starting to realize how important things are that go on inside the mouth and we're starting to see a change there, at least in my opinion.Michael: No, yeah, I agree. I agree 100%. We're starting to see that pivot. Right now, any final pieces of advice or suggestions you'd like to give to our listeners, specifically like startups, people who are practice owners. Damien: So for us, especially with startups and, younger dentists we believe, or I believe especially that we need to meet the doctor where they are today.It's nice to sell about the future. But I don't want to oversell a doctor on an idea or a promise that I can't manufacture for them. What I mean by that is if you're starting practice and you want to add technology, you may think you need a milling unit. You may think you need a printer and a scanner, All at once start with one. technology is still going to be there when you're ready to buy the rest of it. But especially from the team perspective. Change is always good in my opinion, but too much change at once could have a negative impact on a practice. And so if you're getting into digital technology, start with the scanner, start with a comb beam and then go from there.Once you master those things and realize the investment on those products, then you can add the other products. we're all sales reps at the end of the day at Cadre. But it's not about us. It's about the doctor at the end of the day and what's right for them. So don't overbuy buy what you feel comfortable with and get into that mindset of you can always add things on later on.Nice. I like Michael: that. Damien, I appreciate your time. And if anyone has further questions or they want to reach out to you, where can they find Damien: you? You can go to cadray. com. You can reach me personally at Damien, D A M I E N at cad ray. com. And I'm sure you can find me in any social media group involving, dental. I'll be, uh, commenting typically in any digital technology group. So if you haven't heard of me stay out of the group. So you'll, get annoyed by me. Michael: No, they haven't. Now they have, man. Now they have heard of you. So awesome, Damian. We appreciate your time, man. It's been a pleasure and we'll hear from you Damien: soon.Sounds great. Thank you so much for the time.
In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, host Melina Palmer interviews Marcey Rader, author of the book Work Well, Play More. They delve into the importance of habits in achieving efficiency and work-life balance. Marcey shares her personal journey of making small, manageable changes in her life and emphasizes the need to focus on the behaviors underlying productivity. She highlights the value of breaking down goals into smaller tasks and tracking progress to stay motivated. The conversation also covers strategies for setting boundaries, prioritizing tasks, and incorporating movement into daily routines. Whether you're a busy professional looking to enhance your productivity or seeking a better work-life balance, this episode offers actionable advice and inspiration. Don't miss the opportunity to learn from Marcey's expertise and improve your efficiency and overall well-being. In this episode: Uncover the critical crossroads of health, productivity, and behavioral economics, providing an enriched understanding of personal and professional efficiency. Appreciate the transformational power of habits in attaining a meaningful work-life balance, preparing you for a balanced and fruitful lifestyle. Realize the necessity of establishing boundaries and prioritizing tasks, seeding the prevention of potential fatigue and burnout. Delve into the profound significance of immersing oneself in work and taking necessary breaks, instilling a refreshed sense of focus and vigor. Relate to Marcey Rader's personal journey, promoting an invaluable dimension of empathy and connection to her work. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, Melina Palmer introduces Marcey Rader, an author and health, productivity, and digital wellness expert. They discuss the importance of health in powering productivity and how habits and behavior change play a significant role in achieving work-life balance. 00:05:16 - Background and Journey, Marcey shares her journey from working in clinical research to becoming a productivity coach and speaker. She talks about how her own struggles with burnout and health issues inspired her to help others find a healthier and more efficient approach to work and life. 00:10:41 - Minimalism and Productivity, Marcey discusses how reading the book The Power of Less by Leo Babauta sparked her interest in minimalism and productivity. She shares how adopting minimalist principles and simplifying her life helped her improve her focus, efficiency, and work-life balance. 00:13:25 - Personal Experience and Empathy, Melina and Marcey emphasize the importance of personal experience and empathy when helping others make behavior changes. They discuss the value of relatability and understanding in guiding individuals towards healthier habits and a more productive lifestyle. 00:14:51 - Overcoming Overwhelm, Melina and Marcey address the feeling of overwhelm that many people experience when trying to make multiple behavior changes at once. They emphasize the importance of breaking changes down into smaller, manageable steps and starting with one area at a time for sustainable progress. 00:16:40 - Making Small Changes for Personal Growth, Marcey Rader shares her method of making personal and behavioral changes by breaking them down into smaller, manageable tasks. She shares her experience of creating a list of 100 things she wanted to change about herself and how she tracked her progress by checking off each task every day. (And, yes, acknowledges this approach may not be for everyone.) 00:19:20 - The Importance of Small Wins, Marcey emphasizes the importance of celebrating small wins and finding quick wins to build momentum. She shares her personal journey of gradually increasing her vegetable intake and how she started with just one serving a day and gradually worked her way up to five or six servings. 00:23:17 - Work Well, Play More Book Overview, Marcey discusses her book, Work Well, Play More, which covers topics of productivity, clutter, and health. The book is divided into twelve months, and each month focuses on a different area with novice, pro, and master levels. It can be used as a guide for making changes at your own pace and choosing your own adventure. 00:28:03 - Tackling Decluttering in Different Areas, Marcey explains how her book caters to different levels of expertise in each area. She shares examples of decluttering tips, such as cleaning up contacts in your phone, and how she personally used the process of decluttering contacts to reconnect with people during the COVID-19 pandemic. 00:30:10 - Top Tips from the Book, Marcey shares a top tip from each section of the book: productivity, health, and clutter. 00:34:59 - Being Flexible with Dietary Restrictions, Marcey shares her experience of being gluten-free for digestive reasons but not wanting to restrict her diet too much. She emphasizes the importance of looking for flexibility and balance in everything, including one's dietary choices. 00:35:36 - Breaking Habits and the Two-Minute Rule, Melina and Marcey discuss the challenge of breaking habits. Marcey shares about OHIO and Melina introduces the concept of the two-minute rule. They explain how tackling small tasks immediately can lead to a significant impact on productivity and organization. 00:37:15 - Organizing Information for the Book, Marcey shares her process of organizing the information for her book by using sticky notes and categorizing them by topic. She explains how this method helped her create a cohesive journey for her readers. 00:42:02 - Working with Companies, Marcey explains her approach when working with companies, which includes assessing their email behaviors, communication, time management, and meeting effectiveness. She also shares an example of implementing "design days" to promote deep focus and productivity within a company. 00:46:58 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. 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If you're feeling frustrated and overwhelmed by the lack of engagement and customer growth on your social media platforms, despite your efforts to leverage them for business success, then you are not alone! Many direct sales professionals find themselves stuck in a cycle of posting consistently, engaging with their audience, and yet not seeing the desired results. Instead of attracting new customers and seeing their business grow, they are left feeling discouraged and questioning the effectiveness of their social media strategies. About Katy Martin:Coming from both corporate and small business worlds, Katy Martin has built and trained several teams in every area of business. Managing different leadership and personality styles over the years has given her the wisdom on what types of company cultures jive with certain personalities. Having a proven method to find the RIGHT people will speed up your growth plans, reduce turnover, and solidify your company culture. In this episode, Jennie and Katy discuss:Strategic Social Media PlanningSuccessful direct sales communication requires a clear and deliberate social media strategy. Maintaining a Steady Social Media PresenceConsistent social media activity is key for direct sales professionals who wish to maintain a robust online presence. Regular posts keep your business at the front of the audience's mind, fortifying your relevance in a sea of competitors. Meaningful Engagement with AudienceGenuine engagement with your followers, from responding to comments to initiating discussion, fosters a sense of community and boosts your business's visibility. In this episode, you will be able to:Discover how strategic social media planning can skyrocket your direct sales.Explore the significance of maintaining a steady social media presence and how it boosts your brand image.Understand how meaningful engagement with your audience can foster trust and loyalty.Learn to harness the power of social media analytics in order to optimize your growth strategy.Realize the tremendous potential of fostering a vibrant community through effective social media communication. "One of the biggest mistakes solo entrepreneurs make on social media is inconsistency. Your business is part of your life, so find the balance between personal and professional content." – Katy Martin CONNECT WITH KATY:Facebook Name: Katy Martin (https://www.facebook.com/katy.martin.1232) Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/ninetyninecreativesFacebook Group Name: https://www.facebook.com/katyemartin81LinkedIn URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katy-martin-097065b/ Instagram Handle: https://www.instagram.com/katy_e_martin/Instagram Business Handle: https://www.instagram.com/_99creatives/Website: https://www.bestemploymentassessment.com/ CONNECT WITH JENNIE:Website: https://badassdirectsalesmastery.com/Email: email@example.comFacebook personal page: https://facebook.com/jbellingerPLFacebook podcast page: http://facebook.com/BadassDirectSalesMasteryFacebook group for Badass Crew: https://facebook.com/groups/BadassDirectSalesMomsInstagram: https://instagram.com/BadassDirectSalesMasteryPersonal Instagram: https://instagram.com/jenniebellingerLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/BadassDirectSalesMastery Show Notes by Podcastologist: Hanz Jimuel Alvarez Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Does this sound familiar? You've been told to toughen up, suppress your emotions, and conform to societal expectations of masculinity. But deep down, you feel a sense of emptiness and dissatisfaction. The pain of trying to fit into an outdated mold and not finding fulfillment is weighing heavily on you. It's time to challenge these ineffective actions and explore a new path towards self-awareness and personal growth. In this episode, you will be able to: Delve into the transformative power of self-reflection. Grasp how to balance obligations as a contemporary man. Experience the profound resonance of spirituality in your growth journey. Realize the potential of vulnerability as a cornerstone of impactful relationships and leadership style. Confront and challenge stereotypes about masculinity present in modern culture. My special guest is Dr. Ed Slover Meet Dr. Ed Slover, a thought leader in the realm of personal development with a keen interest in how societal changes influence modern masculinity. Ed is well-known for candid discussions about societal stereotypes and their impact on men. Through his work, he empowers men to find a balance between traditional masculinity and evolving cultural expectations. His compassionate and nonjudgmental approach fosters an environment where growth and self-awareness become achievable goals. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:00:06 - Unmemorizing Ourselves 00:01:00 - Reaching Our Full Potential 00:02:29 - Trivia Time 00:03:30 - Dr. Ed Slover's Background 00:15:30 - The Russian Author's Discovery 00:16:00 - Jesus' Divinity 00:16:41 - Questioning Beliefs 00:18:19 - Generation Z 00:18:59 - Proud of Family 00:31:41 - The Nuclear Family Problem in Generation Z 00:32:51 - Shifting Views on Men's Vulnerability 00:33:36 - Defining Vulnerability 00:37:42 - Vulnerability as a Display of Strength 00:42:08 - The Courage to Display Vulnerability 00:48:06 - Labeling Vulnerability 00:51:14 - Approachable Leadership 00:52:44 - Seduction of Positional Authority 00:53:48 - Unfulfilled Workforce 00:55:28 - Cultural Shifts and Hostility 01:05:18 - Importance of Sleep 01:05:42 - Overcoming Challenges in Contemporary Culture 01:06:37 - Steps to Becoming the Best Version of Yourself 01:13:14 - Where to Find Dr. Ed Slover 01:16:28 - Unlearning Negative Emotional Baggage The video version of this show is available on YouTube after 3 PM the day it is released https://www.youtube.com/@thefalliblemanpodcast and Rumble! https://rumble.com/c/c-2176422 Join our Exclusive Private Community – Fallible Nation https://bit.ly/FallibleNation Sponsors: Grow YOUR Show: The Easy Button for Podcasters Have you thought about starting a podcast to grow your business or even as a hobby? Then you need to go talk to my friend Adam Adams. I trust him and so you should you! https://growyourshow.com/ Ghost Bed Actually get a GOOD night's sleep! Go see my friends at https://www.ghostbed.com/pages/fallible and use the code “fallible” for 30% off your order! It's what I sleep on and what I count on!
Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/458619-henry-cloud-trust-complex-realize.html Dr. Henry Cloud joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to explain why it is impossible to live without trust and what church leaders need to know about betrayal, forgiveness and reconciliation. Do you believe the American church is unified the way Jesus would want us to be? Francis Chan joined us last week to talk about what God has taught him about unity and to share his concern that believers prioritize love and humility in their pursuit of holiness. Check out our conversation with him here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/458230-francis-chan-church-leaders-unity-fear-god.html ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-churchleaders-podcast/id988990685 Visit ChurchLeaders website: https://churchleaders.com Find ChurchLeaders on Facebook: https://facebook.com/churchleaders Follow ChurchLeaders on X(Twitter): https://twitter.com/ChurchLead Follow ChurchLeaders on Instagram: https://instagram.com/churchlead/ Follow ChurchLeaders on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/churchleaders/ Mentioned in the Show: "Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No To Take Control of Your Life" by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend "Necessary Endings: The Employees, Businesses, and Relationships That All of Us Have to Give Up in Order to Move Forward" by Dr. Henry Cloud Check out Henry's website Follow Henry on Facebook, Instagram, X(Twitter) and YouTube
Schedule your free Wealth Strategy session with Angie: https://calendly.com/angiegarner/wealth-strategy-session Grab $10 OFF Happy Juice! https://www.amare.com/1443620/en-us/Happy-Juice-Pack The American Dream is a phrase that has been passed down through generations as a belief that hard work and determination lead to a prosperous life. However, with rapid changes in technology and a shifting economic landscape, some people may wonder whether this dream is still achievable… …I ABSOLUTELY believe it is! Through continuous learning, responsible financial practices, innovative thinking, strong connections, and resilience in the face of challenges, anyone can make the American Dream a reality! In this episode, we will explore what it takes to realize the American Dream in the 21st century & the steps required.
If you're feeling trapped in a perpetual cycle of self-criticism and never-ending dissatisfaction with your achievements, then you are not alone! Despite your relentless efforts to achieve perfection, you may find yourself constantly falling short of your own impossibly high standards. The countless hours spent meticulously planning and executing every detail often leave you feeling drained and unfulfilled, questioning whether all this striving for perfection is truly worth it. But rest assured, there is a way to break free from this self-imposed prison and find true personal fulfillment. In this episode, you will be able to: Grasp how acknowledging and subduing perfectionism can help untangle the maze of life. Identify areas in your life that require attention and inherently improve your living conditions. Realize the powerful role of resources and deliberate sacrifices to garner external support. Discern the influence of established habits and recurring patterns in unveiling deep-seated dissatisfaction. Recognize the profound impact your daily routines can have on your personal development, professional enhancement, and overall life satisfaction. We're not going to fix it. We're going to improve. Whatever you're experiencing in life right now, we're going to make it better. – Rachel Luna Conquering Perfectionism and Mindfulness When it comes to perfectionism, understanding its manifestations is the first step toward conquering it. It's pivotal to be mindful of how perfectionism influences your life - be it through extreme organization or chaotic mess. Being aware helps in recognizing the effects of these behaviors on your mental health and underlines the need to transition towards a more balanced approach. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Visit Rachel Luna & Co LLC website to purchase Rachel's book, Permission to Offend: The Compassionate Guide for Living Unfiltered and Unafraid. Check out Rachel's book on Amazon and leave a review if you've already started reading it and enjoyed it. Share this episode on Instagram and tag @GirlConfident to request a future episode where Rachel shares details about her income and profit margins this year. Consider hiring a housekeeper or finding other resources to support areas of your life where you need help and desire support. Practice awareness by recognizing the areas of your life and business where you're experiencing dissatisfaction. Examine your habits and patterns in those areas to identify any negative or unhelpful habits that may be contributing to your dissatisfaction. Override the pattern by creating new, positive habits that align with your desired outcomes. Seek support or resources, such as books or courses, to help you overcome perfectionism and develop healthier habits. Stay consistent in your efforts to improve and make positive changes in your life. Remember to be kind and compassionate to yourself throughout this process and avoid self-judgment or criticism.
Today, I talk a little bit about what I discovered the other day about blue lotus and kratom, a combination that I have talked about in the past as one that I enjoy. Now, I have found out something that makes me wary of continuing to use these two things together. DISCLAIMER: KRATOM IS NOT APPROVED BY THE FDA. NOTHING ABOUT THIS SHOW SHOULD BE TAKEN AS MEDICAL ADVICE, SUGGESTIONS, OR ANYTHING ELSE OTHER THAN ME SHARING MY THOUGHTS. *** GET A DISCOUNT ON HAPPY HIPPO ORDERS ***: Use the coupon code EVERYTHINGKRATOM at checkout! Or visit Happy Hippo's website using this link - https://happyhippoherbals.com/r?id=ul2k1j Please support this podcast with a small monthly donation here! https://anchor.fm/everything-kratom/support !!! GET A DISCOUNT ON ORDERS from ETHA Natural Botanicals !!! Visit https://ethalivefully.com/discount/EVERYTHINGKRATOM?aff=243 and use the coupon code EVERYTHINGKRATOM at check out! Joining Honey Coupons for free here will also help this podcast! joinhoney.com/ref/4heawuq Thank you all so much for listening! Available wherever you get your podcasts: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUsCC1nBchi_xMX9wRyQ_nA Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2fO3Xsx1BbNUs2rpXiQs3s Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy82OWUxMzZjNC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/everything-kratom/id1584592399 Pocket Casts - https://pca.st/mql8q14u RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/everything-kratom-WzkkBK Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1584592399/everything-kratom Reason - https://reason.fm/podcast/everything-kratom?user=16e32b81-d623-4dcd-a000-623566fdc41a Website: https://everythingkratom279311648.wordpress.com DISCLAIMER: KRATOM IS NOT APPROVED BY THE FDA. NOTHING ABOUT THIS SHOW SHOULD BE TAKEN AS MEDICAL ADVICE, SUGGESTIONS, OR ANYTHING ELSE OTHER THAN ME SHARING MY THOUGHTS. Today, I talk about something Joe Rogan said about kratom and something it made me think about. Sources mentioned in this episode can be found here: The YouTube video mentioned in this episode can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFjpBvbGbGo and is from the channel JRE Clips, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/@JREClips --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/everything-kratom/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/everything-kratom/support
We've all been there at one time or another… in a funk… in an emotional rut… feeling unclear about how we arrived there and how to dig out of it. Today, we will dissect how exactly we get into funks and, more importantly, the five things we can do to change things.In this episode you'll learn: What leads to being in a funk? Why isolation is so detrimental to our wellbeing. The five things we can do to climb out of a funk. How to put together a detailed game plan. Practical action steps we can implement to begin seeing change within days!LinksHost: Josh CearbaughWebsite: https://joshcearbaugh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jcearbaugh/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshcearbaugh/Online Course: https://www.jumpstartyourlife.com
This is one of the questions Andrea gets asked the most frequently by clients and followers. Andrea is going to break down the differences between working out in the morning or the evening and you can choose which fits better into your fitness goals and schedule. Hint: There is no right answer. In this episode, you will be able to:Unlock the secrets to optimizing fat loss and establishing solid routines through morning workouts.Discover how training in the evening can revolutionize muscle building and promote extended periods of exercise.Realize the profound impact personal goals and energy levels play in determining the optimal time for workouts.Delve into the enigmatic relationship between sleep and workout timing and unpack current research regarding evening workouts and sleep quality.Embrace a fresh perspective on finding joy in your routine, underscoring the importance of personal choice in fitness.The key moments in this episode are:00:00:00 - Introduction, 00:02:28 - Benefits of Night Workouts, 00:05:52 - Cons of Night Workouts, 00:07:39 - Benefits of Morning Workouts, 00:10:22 - Cons of Morning Workouts, 00:12:51 - The Perfect Exercise and Time to Work Out, 00:13:04 - Choose a Time that Works for You, 00:13:18 - No Right or Wrong Way, 00:13:35 - Embrace the Gray, 00:13:45 - Conclusion and Encouragement, Make it Simple is sponsored by Cozy EarthVisit www.cozyearth.com to get 40% off using code SIMPLE40Follow the Make it Simple Podcast@make.it.simple.podcast Have a suggestion for a topic click HEREHave a suggestion for a guest click HEREFollow Andrea on Instagram@firstname.lastname@example.orgTraining & Coachinghttps://www.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.com/linksVisit Andrea's Websitewww.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.comProduced by Light On Creative Productions
Are your daily routines setting you up for success or holding you back? Join me and my guest Katelyn Sonnier as we dive into the importance of wellness routines for business owners. But be warned, just when you think you've got it all figured out, we'll leave you with a lingering question: Are you truly committed to change, or will resistance get the best of you? In this episode, you will be able to: Understand the substantial influence of routines and rituals on business outcomes. Comprehend the challenges in sustaining steady routines and embracing modifications. Realize the importance of prioritizing mental health in the entrepreneurial journey. Recognize the need to combat overstimulation for holistic individual health. Acknowledge the crucial role of self-care in the avenue of continuous growth. Tune in to this episode of More Than Mindset to improve your wellness and your business. Get the full show notes at http://kimguillory.com/239
This special episode is a live training with Ian Koniak, a three time She Sells Radio Podcast guest. As the #1 rep for Salesforce, the #1 CRM in the entire world, for 19 years, it's obvious Ian knows what he's doing. He and I have worked together on his personal brand and I got to know him as a person. I have been absolutely blown away by who he has become through this journey and am constantly amazed by how he continues to grow. If you wanna know the sales mindset and strategies that multi figure sales reps use that have a lot of client opportunities and conversions that don't have to hustle, this training is for you. Show Notes: [4:16] - What is speaking to you about abundance selling vs. scarcity selling? [5:59] - Wanting something really badly sometimes makes it seem unattainable. [8:25] - Ask yourself what is sustainable. Can you work the way you're working right now for the next 20 years? [9:31] - Learn the definitions of abundance selling and scarcity selling. [11:45] - When we place our self-worth on our sales, this is scarcity selling. [13:26] - When you're seeking external validation, it is always going to fall short. [16:52] - Your agenda should be seeing if you can help somebody. [18:02] - Listen with the intention of understanding rather than listening with the intention of replying. [20:53] - Realize that you don't need this customer to buy to survive. [23:36] - Say no to the things that distract you from being laser focused on your goals. [25:14] - If you are thinking about how much you need the sale, you are not thinking about serving the client. [27:09] - Your energy determines the outcome. [29:08] - Learn from the people who have the results you want but pay attention to their energy. [33:58] - The way we feel determines our actions and our actions determine our outcomes. [36:28] - The real gift and the real prize is becoming the best person you can be. [37:51] - Just because you think a thought, does not make it true. [39:52] - Success is knowing that you are doing the absolute best you can to become a better person. [43:40] - For Ian, he needed to lean into his fears. [45:23] - How can you show up where you leave nothing on the table? [46:46] - When you've done all you possibly can, there's no such thing as failing. [48:53] - How can you turn it around when it seems like all the doors are closing? [51:18] - If you could have it any way, what would the outcome be? How can you make yourself a match for that? [53:25] - How do you keep a positive mindset on your journey to true abundance selling? [55:50] - Staying on the brighter side can sometimes be hard, but we have to count our blessings. [57:44] - Check out Ian's Untap Your Sales Potential Coaching program. Connect with Ian: Untap Your Sales Potential Coaching Ian Koniak's Website Ian Koniak LinkedIn Links and Resources: Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube She Sells with Elyse Archer Home Page Abundance Mini Course Join the $10K Club Apply for the $50K Club Mastermind
Have you ever rolled your eyes at "crunchy" healing suggestions like homeopathy? Most people I speak with have NEVER EVEN HEARD OF THIS LIFE CHANGING TOOL!! In this episode, my special guest is Homeopath Cailee Anello, and we unravel the secrets of the mind through Cailee Anello's journey into homeopathy. A twist of fate led her from a neuroscience path to the realm of holistic healing, leaving her captivated by the profound connection between our mental and emotional well-being. As she delved deeper into the world of homeopathy, Cailee discovered a hidden power that could bring solace to troubled souls and restore balance to weary minds. When dealing with persistent symptoms or past traumas, homeopathy offers a safe and gentle approach, emphasizing the need to align with the body's natural healing mechanisms. It underscores the importance of not suppressing symptoms and instead guiding them out of the body. Furthermore, homeopathy also encourages an exploration of childhood attachment wounds and patterns, which often play a key role in adult relationship issues. The aim is to break free from the fear-filled mindset towards health and embrace the body's natural healing process.Step into the world of holistic health with Cailee Anello, a functional nutritionist and a classically trained homeopath. Cailee's journey embarking into this field was an unplanned plot twist that evolved from an unexpected injury. But as fate would have it, this event led her to discover the principles of homeopathy and functional nutrition. Infused with an inherent interest in psychology, Cailee has dived deep into human design readings and built an enriching career intended for healing the mind and body. With her profound knowledge and experience, she's become a beacon of guidance for many (including me!) seeking natural ways to enhance their health."Homeopathy is a gentle nudge towards healing, a way to boost your vitality and remove what's blocking your body's natural healing mechanism." - Cailee AnelloIn this episode, you will be able to: Uncover what Homeopathy is and how it functions as an individualized and gentle approach to healing.Explore the vital role of homeopathy in confronting persistent symptoms and past traumas.Discover the key to determining the fitting remedy and potency tailored to your unique needs in homeopathy.Realize the comprehensive impact of homeopathy on your overall health and harmony.Visit Cailee Anello's website to learn more about her services and book a consultation: www.caileeanello.comFollow Cailee Anello on Instagram for informative posts and stories about homeopathy and healing: @caileeanelloPost Divorce Roadmap - 21 Days of Guided JournalingCOUPON CODE: FREEBIEFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MyCoachDawnInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dawnwiggins/On the Web: https://www.mycoachdawn.comDon't forget to do a good deed for the day and review the podcast!
Maya Ford cares deeply about truth in marketing. As the founder of Ford Momentum!, she challenges stereotypes, ignites innovation, and is conquering the business world with a diverse mentorship style and a strategic mindset. Nearly all marketing consultants champion their data prowess, so what makes Ford stand out (in addition to her two decades of experience in marketing, communications, and operations)? Her hunger for knowledge and penchant to challenge the status quo cause her to break free from the conventional narratives that surround various societal groups. Ford is not afraid to call a spade a spade. Ford uses a new proprietary data-led methodology called STOLO (Standard of Love) that helps communities address unique regional or local problems accurately and compassionately. STOLO, backed by MIT's Data, Economics and Development Policy program, is quickly becoming the go-to process for accurate data collection. Why is STOLO so powerful? Historically, data has been used to confirm a theory instead of being used to offer new considerations. STOLO incorporates five pillars to guide data collection and analysis: Literacy Economic power Values Self-esteem Justice Ford uses these pillars to inform data collection (surveys, gamified mobile apps) with the end goal of driving equitable results that are true to what people want and need, not only of benefiting those in power. STOLO is a radical way of helping the historically under-represented own their data and their voices — and leverage their assets for change. Listen to Ford describe STOLO in action, provide case studies where STOLO is already creating change, and why she believes this methodology will be embraced by more communities. If you are a corporate leader, a parent, or a community member who desires change and isn't afraid to tackle problems head-on, this episode is for you. Key Highlights Unravel the importance of inclusive data compilation and storytelling in fostering societal advancement. How has traditional data aggregation fallen short of addressing the entire community Gain insight into Maya Ford's entrepreneurial arc and her efforts to confront systematic challenges as she pivots to entrepreneurship as a small business owner. Understand the pivotal role diverse mentorship and strategic planning play in every entrepreneur's journey. Learn about a STOLO case study in Houston, the process and costs of STOLO projects, and how the goal is to create more inclusiveness by representation. Realize the power of collaboration with skilled people in stimulating business success. Explore how technology is altering human relationships, influencing mental health, and reaching marginalized communities. Connect with Ford on LinkedIn to stay updated on her work and insights in marketing, communications, and operations. Consider hiring FordMomentum! to implement its data-driven approach in your own organization or community. Join the STOLO community and use its model to identify and prioritize the standards and values that are important to you and your community. Support FordMomentum!'s goal of creating justice, fairness, peace, and economic power by engaging with its services or spreading awareness about its work.
Embark on a journey of dreams, talent, and transformation with Jason Hewlett. From an Elton John impersonator to a keynote speaker, his story takes an unexpected twist that will leave you inspired. Witness Jason's relentless pursuit to make a difference, as he seamlessly combines music and comedy to captivate audiences. But what is the surprising turn in Jason's path? Stay tuned to uncover the powerful twist that shaped his world-class success. In this episode, Cheryl Knowlton and Jason Hewlett discuss how to: Uncover the secrets of transforming into a captivating speaker and performer. Recognize the profound impact a mentor can have on your growth journey. Explore the power of embracing and showcasing your unique traits as your signature moves. Realize the significance of personal branding and regular introspection for career and personal advancement. Understand the effect of keeping promises to yourself and others on securing success and satisfaction. Key Takeaways: Transforming into a captivating speaker: Understanding and catalyzing personal transformation is key to becoming a world-class speaker and performer. Impact of a mentor on the growth journey: A mentor plays a pivotal role in nurturing one's innate talent and guiding them on their journey to success. They offer invaluable feedback, help refine skills, and provide the necessary encouragement to persevere. Embracing and showcasing unique traits as signature moves: By identifying these signature moves, individuals can amplify their personal brand and create a unique, memorable experience for audiences. “Identify your skills, traits, and gifts, and then have others clarify and validate those qualities. Magnify them and let your uniqueness shine." — Jason Hewlett About the guest, Jason Hewlett: Jason Hewlett, a renowned CSP and CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame inductee, is a sought-after keynote speaker for top global corporate events, delivering his transformative message, "The Promise." With a focus on the ICM Process (Identify * Clarify * Magnify), he guides audiences through profound mindset shifts in leadership, sales, teamwork, and engagement. Beyond the stage, Jason, a family man and father of four, shares his insights and humor through blogs, videos, and live performances. As a Stage and Performance Coach, Jason elevates C-Level executives' conference presentations, ensuring they shine on stage, captivating their audiences with newfound confidence and charisma. CONNECT WITH JASON: Website: https://jasonhewlett.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXOMJ4Kwl1b3c7ij8Y5FNng Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jasonhewlettentertainer/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhewlett/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonhewlett/ X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/jasonhewlett CONNECT WITH CHERYL: Website: www.cherylknows.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwvWKXBC6fKn1dLGY11hxIg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theknowltonteam/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylknowlton/ Show notes by Podcastologist: Hanz Jimuel Alvarez Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
SURVEY - Please take 3 Minutes and Complete this Survey. It will help us make a better show for you. Does this sound familiar? You've been told to take drastic measures to improve your health, but despite your efforts, you're not seeing the results you desire. The pain of feeling stuck and frustrated is all too real. But what if I told you that there's a better way? By prioritizing your health and making small lifestyle changes, you can unlock a path to improved well-being and finally achieve the results you've been longing for. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover why giving precedence to health can radically enhance your lifestyle. Realize the surprising mental health implications of consuming sugar. Learn about the transformative impact of self-reflection and journaling on personal development. Uncover the role of powerful storytelling and positive messaging in shaping one's actions and beliefs. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Introduction, 00:01:23 - Mindset and Making Small Changes, 00:05:45 - Square the Curve, 00:09:51 - Simple Steps for Better Health, 00:11:37 - Importance of Nutrition, 00:15:26 - The Toxicity of Sugar, 00:17:19 - The Power of Reflection, 00:18:50 - Encouraging and Acknowledging Ourselves, 00:19:50 - The Stories We Tell Ourselves, 00:21:19 - Journaling for Self-Awareness, About our Guest When Al Lyman was 25, he made a conscious decision to "die healthy." The phrase he used at the time was to "square the curve." Every day since then, he's made it his goal to learn how to create good health and vitality and then share what he's learned with others so they too might benefit. That journey led to him writing a book at age 62 titled Age Well and Feel Great: The Proven Path to Solving the Aging Puzzle. Along his lifelong quest for good health and fitness and vitality, he's finished dozens of marathons including having a 2:39 Boston Marathon personal best, 9 ironman triathlons including 3 finishes at the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, numerous sports therapy and strength and conditioning certifications, as well as having owned and operated a gait analysis lab in partnership with a sports physician. From overcoming being bullied and a near-fatal drowning at 10 years old, to overcoming PTSD and learning to swim at 36 years old, to transitioning from a career in music to being a business owner, to becoming an author, Al has learned firsthand the importance of failing forward, being a life-long learner, and never giving up. Above it all, every step of his journey has been focused on becoming truly healthy and aging well, so he could extend not only his lifespan, but more importantly, his healthspan. His ultimate goal is to be able to do what he enjoys with those who matter the most, right up until his last day. As his book attests, Al has always been passionate about sharing all that he's learned with others. Resources ◼️ Happy Brain Mental Wellness Tips and Resources ◼️I am now offering a 12-week transformational coaching program called B.E.A.T. Aging. (Belief, Encouragement, Accountability, TakeAction). Information can be found at: https://pursuitathleticperformance.com/call/ Connect with Our Guest ◼️ Website: pursuitthleticperformance.com and theallyman.com ◼️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/al.lyman.96/ ◼️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pursuitathleticperformance/ ◼️ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_coach_al Connect with us!---- ◼️Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/seanstevebloch ◼️Show Instagram:http://www.instagram.com/happybrainfm ◼️Sign-up for Happy Brain Tips: https://bit.ly/HappyBrainTips---- Subscribe to the Happy Brain Podcast ◼️ITUNES
Hey guys! Welcome back to another episode of The Female Empowered Podcast. This is a really interesting episode because I truly did not believe that some of the things I did when I started my business was actually sabotaging my earning potential. I was so oblivious to the things I will be sharing with you in this episode. You might be guilty of doing these too that's why you should listen to this episode to understand why certain things that you are doing might not actually be great for your business's earning potential.I will also be sharing with you some of the amazing mantras I have been personally using, how to get out of the mindset traps and beliefs about money, and so much more!Let's get to it:Introduction to today's topicHistory about women in the workforce in the 20th century: Societal Expectations, Economic Limitations, and Legal BarriersExpectations and limitations on the roles placed on women and how it's changing overtimeFirst mindset trap for women in business: I've never seen anyone earn a million dollar, so is that even possible for me?My personal story on this mindset trap: None of my role models broke through significant financial barriersIt's important for us women to put ourselves in rooms with people who achieved what we want to achieveThe story of Sara Blakely – The founder of SpanxSecond mindset trap for women in business: Money is finite, and investing in my program or doing class with me makes me greedy.Money is not finite and money will always come back to youWhen people give you their money, you give them something of value in return from your services or productsThe story of Brooke Castillo in relation to this second mindset trap“You are not taking from, you are giving, too”Money and service, money and helping people can co-existThird mindset trap for women in business: I don't feel worthy of a million dollars. How we self-sabotage: Avoiding new opportunities, not asking for what you deserve, not paying yourself, not setting appropriate boundaries, not charging appropriately for your servicesWays you can build your self-worth and confidenceInspiring stories of women who have become successful in their industriesPositive affirmations that I love, say, and useConclusionI want you to remember that your potential isn't defined by your past experiences or the societal standards today. It's molded and defined by your actions, belief, and the value you bring to the table – which is immense. Let's shatter those glass ceilings and keep building empires!Looking for advice and resources to help you market and grow your clinic or client based business? Visit my website or follow me on Instagram!Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review for the show to help other female fitness and wellness professionals find our podcast! Interested in being a guest on a future Female Friday episode? Email me at Christa@pilatesinthegrove.com!
Series: RomansGrace in ConvictionsRomans 14:1-12 Concentric Circles of Belief grace when convictions collide Develop a posture of acceptance. Recognize everyone is not in the same place in their walk with Jesus. Realize divisive issues will always exist among Christians. Wedge issues are typically: 1) issues of holiness or 2) issues of church practice Devaluing others because of held convictions is not acceptable. Be convinced that the gospel alone saves. Believe the best of those with different convictions. Remember you will give an account for how you live. Today's Takeawaysü Learn to discern between essential core issues, personal convictions and preferences. ü Hold tight to your convictions while generously offering grace to others. ü Resist the temptation to judge others. ü Avoid being contentious. It does not help the cause of Christ or your character. ü Remember it is grace alone—for you and for others!
Aaron Rodgers was injured on his fourth play as a Jet. It's an achilles injury on the same leg he had his calf injury during OTAs. His season is likely over and Boomer is sick to his stomach. The Jets defense forced 4 turnovers and the Jets ended up beating the Bills in OT. Boomer said Rodgers held on to the ball too long on the play he was injured on. Gio said the Jets are playing scared when Zach Wilson is at QB. Gio wonders if the Jets should kick the tires on Blake Bortles. The Jets could still have a good season with Zach Wilson, but they are not going to the Super Bowl, and that's all that matters for Jets fans.
Are you ready to uplevel your approach to school counseling? Our School for School Counselors Mastermind just completed a masterclass on Solution-Focused School Counseling, and I can't wait to share some of the invaluable insights and tools from that masterclass that can help transform your approach to working with students. Gone are the days of generic solutions such as anger management or study skills groups. Instead, we talk about how to personalize each student's journey through solution-focused work, placing the power of change in the hands of the students, not our own predetermined agendas. Prepare your heart and mind for a thought-provoking episode that's set to change your perspective on school counseling.Mentioned in this episode:School for School Counselors Mastermind *********************Our goal at School for School Counselors is to help school counselors stay on fire, make huge impacts for students, and catalyze change for our roles through grassroots advocacy and collaboration. Listen to get to know more about us and our mission, feel empowered and inspired, and set yourself up for success in the wonderful world of school counseling.Hang out in our Facebook groupJump in, ask questions, share your ideas and become a part of the most empowering school counseling group on the planet! (Join us to see if we're right.) Join the School for School Counselors MastermindThe Mastermind is packed with all the things your grad program never taught you IN ADDITION TO unparalleled support and consultation. No more feeling alone, invisible, unappreciated, or like you just don't know what to do next. We've got you!Did someone share this podcast with you? Be sure to subscribe for all the new episodes!!Connect --> schoolforschoolcounselors.com Support the show
Discover the biggest mistakes ranchers make with their finances in the cattle industry. From not knowing their financial direction to relying on ineffective bookkeeping, find out how these errors can leave ranchers in a precarious financial situation. This episode is brought to you by Vitalix. Enhance your nutrition program with products that generate an ROI. https://vitalix.com/ In this episode, you will be able to: Decipher the fundamental importance of in-depth financial understanding in the smooth operation of ranching businesses. Realize the effectiveness of disclosing financial information to employees, in turn enhancing overall business operations. Extract the nuanced disparities between the practices of tax accounting and management accounting in the sphere of ranching. Detect and separate the profitable aspects from the unprofitable within your ranching venture. Comprehend the significant benefit of teamwork and collective decision-making in improving financial understanding and management. My special guest is John Haskell Introducing John Haskell, a financial expert in the ranching industry. His unique experiences, particularly working at Deseret Land and Livestock Ranch, revolutionized his understanding of the sector's nuts and bolts. Driven by a novel approach to financial stewardship, John set up Ranch Right LLC, a firm dedicated to enabling smarter financial management in ranching. His commitment to helping cattle producers navigate their finances to improve operational results is truly commendable. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:02 - Introduction, 00:01:48 - Importance of Financial Knowledge, 00:08:51 - Two Sets of Books, 00:11:13 - Lack of Financial Framework, 00:15:01 - The Importance of Working on Strengths, 00:15:53 - Leveraging Expertise in Bookkeeping, 00:18:21 - Structuring Data to Answer Critical Questions, 00:19:59 - Confidence in Financial Data, 00:23:27 - Starting the Process of Cleaning Up Finances, 00:29:47 - The Materialistic Fallacy: Assets vs. Intellectual Capital 00:31:46 - Cash Flow and Financial Focus 00:33:32 - Cash Flow Focus vs. Appreciation Focus 00:34:32 - Building a Financial Team 00:45:36 - The Importance of Controlling What You Can, 00:46:22 - The Impact of Learning, 00:47:18 - The Power of Mentality, 00:48:43 - Techniques vs. Relationships, 00:50:06 - Eliminating the Victim Mentality, Full Show Notes: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/casual-cattle-conversations-podcast-shownotes Free Weekly Resources: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranching-resources • Take Your Ranch to the Next Level Once a month Shaye hosts Q&A calls between cattle producers and beef industry leaders to help ranchers find answers to their questions and improve their bottom lines. The best part is you get expert insight from the comfort of your own ranch and get to ask any question you want relating to the topic! Learn More About RancherMinds: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranchermind-events Connect with me on Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cattleconvos Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cattleconvos/ Podcast Coaching Do you have an existing podcast or want to start a new one but don't know where to start? Connect with Shaye and she will lay out everything you need to know to get you started on the right foot. Book a one-time coaching call using this link: https://calendly.com/cattleconvos/podcast-coaching Interested in a coaching package? Email Shaye at email@example.com and tell her about the podcast you want to start!
Quantum Quote: "The peacemaker taught us about the seven generations. He said, when you sit in Council for the welfare of the people, you must not think of yourself or your family, not even of your generation. He said, make your decisions on behalf of the seven generations coming, so that they may enjoy what you have today." - Oren Lyons "It's not the critic who counts; nor the man or woman who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs, who comes up short again and again. Because there is no effort without error, and shortcoming." - Theodore Roosevelt The world can feel very overwhelming– from fast-paced modernization to the constant production of greenhouse gases. However, hope is still within our reach as we try to change our habits, influence future generations, and save our environment. Changing habits, switching to organic foods, and saving the earth one initiative at a time can lower the damages of our consumption. However, these aren't enough. To achieve sustainable change, we need a constant effort to educate and empower every individual - especially at educational institutions… Learn with us today about the changes that the State University of New York at Buffalo (University at Buffalo, or UB) are making to lead by example, empower our youth, and create a greener future for everyone! As UB's inaugural chief sustainability officer since 2011, Ryan McPherson works to create a culture of innovative and collaborative sustainability at UB and implement strategies to help position the university as a sustainability leader in the community, state, and nation, as well as across all institutions of higher education. As part of the university's climate action plan, Ryan has been setting 10 key strategies to implement within the next decade. Ryan has also worked to integrate the Sustainable Development Goals across campus and New York as part of the broader effort to create the next generation of change agents that can build the future we seek. SuperNova #1. We all have to be in the arena. Whether you are currently succeeding or failing is not necessarily the point - you need to be in the game. We have a lot of things to do right now, and we need everyone in the arena working to really advance things. SuperNova #2. Realize that sustainability is not the goal. Sustainability is a strategy to achieve existing goals. SuperNova #3. We can talk as much as we want about hope and all the possibilities that are out there, etc. But there is a ticking clock that is in front of us. And every day, every hour that we delay, is a consequence that happens on the backside of that timebomb. Worst Career Moment: The one that really stands out is that we went through a couple of years worth of really evaluating, working, putting out bids, analyzing, really reducing risk all for a lot of on-site and our off-site solar, and had a really great bid come in. The forecast savings was a couple million dollars a year, for 20 years, under a locked purchase power agreement, a long-term contract. One of the great things about New York is we have some awesome goals, and some really good investment and funding. But one of the big challenges is we have a lot of regulation in the state. And so, the procurement and regulatory framework to get approval of certain things works at a different speed than the market. And so, we lost that opportunity. Best Advice He's Ever Received: I think sometimes in order to go fast, you need to go slow. Sometimes thinking through things a little bit more than just reacting actually gets you further ahead and has more impact. Personal Habit that Contributes to Success: I don't know if it contributes to my success, but it helps prepare me. I love trail running.. Sustainability work is about the long game. So pacing yourself, but also learning how to digest the pain on the trail, definitely helps in the professional world as well. Internet Resource: Climate Optimist newsletters by the Harvard T.H. Chance School C-Change Book Recommendation: Finding Purpose: Environmental Stewardship as a Personal Calling by Andrew Hoffman Podcast Recommendation: Rich Roll Podcast Magic Wand: I'd go back 30 years ago and have everyone's mind changed about the importance of acting on climate. Most Energized About Today: I am most energized and really empowered by where I work, I get to see 30,000 students every day. Not all of them, but they are amazing! That inspiration they give me, the innovation and the creativity and you know, they're realistic. They're dealing with the same challenges. But the sense of urgency and determination that I see on an issue like climate and equity is nothing short of energizing, for me, to be around that. Next Step: I really think our building electrification efforts are both energizing me and keeping me up at night because it is so big. But that work is one that we're really focused on. Our mobility work is also transitioning the entire fleet over. That is no small objective either. Parting Advice: I do truly believe that at the end of the day, we all, within our self-interest, want to and need to get to this place. And so for me, at the core of that, is trying to speak in a language that is not your language, that is someone else's language. How can you then bring some of those different pieces of climate action, meet people where they are, and really try to have them see a different angle within their world? 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Brainz Magazine Exclusive interview with Steve Wood. Steve has carved a 25-year career as a high-achieving, accomplished television director, producer and executive producer. He has worked with Australian TV Networks Nine and Ten, as well as the Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG). His experience encompasses news, current affairs, variety, drama, and sport, as well as the business of television. At Ten he was a senior member of a broadcast team that won three successive Logie Awards for its coverage of the Bathurst 1000 motor race. He was an integral part of a dedicated task force that launched Australia's first digital TV network. For SOCOG he produced coverage of triathlon and mountain bike competitions and fulfilled the role of media manager for the round Australia Olympic Torch Relay. Steve is a Master of Business Administration and holds a degree in International and Corporate Negotiations and has completed studies at the Neuro Change Institute.In this episode, we discover the following:How using neuroscience helps organizations and individuals grow.What habits and behaviors super successful people demonstrate?What Steve's 'Thrive Formula' is and why he created it.The three main reasons why some people achieve success and others don't.With podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Energy Up-level Session: https://drandreamoore.as.me/?appointmentType=500431 Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/drandreamoore Do you ever find yourself interpreting discomfort as trauma? Discover how you can reframe your perspective on discomfort and fear as a necessary part of growth and empowerment. My journey teaching my son to overcome his fear of water and learn to swim, is the backdrop for this episode. Amidst my own concern for my child's safety, I unravel the importance of making informed decisions, gathering relevant information and reassessing our nervous system's responses to seemingly challenging situations. We dive into the powerful role our nervous system plays in how we perceive and react to discomfort and challenge. Through my son's struggle with swimming, I highlight how understanding and honouring our nervous system's responses are instrumental in navigating our life's journey. Realize the significance of reassuring our sense of safety amidst discomfort and how even the smallest changes can lead to drastic transformations. Finally, we take the plunge into the profound concept of embracing discomfort for personal growth. Unveiling insights on how we can teach our nervous systems to recognize discomfort and growth as safe, we open the door to a fulfilling life. As we sail through this journey, the importance of self-compassion and love in dealing with these feelings becomes evident. The episode concludes with a focus on taking the next best step for personal growth, meeting ourselves where we are, and witnessing the positive impact it has on our lives. This empowering episode is packed with valuable lessons about fear, discomfort, and personal growth. So, join me in this enlightening journey of self-discovery.
Realize that you will always have a tendency to compare yourself to others. It is just thoughts. They are either good or bad. Accept them as they are and let go of the need to fight back.
Building relationships with journalists can be an open door to having your work featured, spotlighted, and available to a wider audience. The opportunities and possibilities are endless, but how do we build those authentic relationships? I hope this session will be helpful and informative for you as we learn more from today's guest!Our Featured GuestAisha R. ShabazzAisha R. Shabazz is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the Philadelphia area. In addition, she is a private practice strategist, business coach, and strategic consultant for leaders in the mental health industry. In today's conversation, she shares her business journey and how imposter syndrome plagued her as she put her talents out into the world. She discusses pitfalls that therapists encounter, along with how we can work through our insecurities in building relationships with journalists. You'll Learn:How the pursuit of her dream job naturally progressed into Aisha's learning to promote herself in media coverageHow a comment on a LinkedIn post by Arianna Huffington became the impetus for Aisha to fulfill her dreamsWhy “the page is not judging you” and “start small” became overriding mindsets in Aisha's writing endeavorsWhat kept holding Aisha back from putting her writing out into the worldHow HARO (Help A Reporter Out) provides an outlet for bloggers and business owners to get featured in publications and news outletsThree tips from Aisha on building relationships with journalists:Starting with HARO is advantageous because there is an established structure to the process.Realize that there is no guarantee of a good ROI with every opportunity you pursue; look at it as “planting seeds” and waiting for long-term results. Realize that not every opportunity will contribute to your SEO; some will boost your positive impact in the world. Why your goal should be to serve a larger purpose in the world rather than to seek constant external validation for your workWhy the best starting point is something that lights you up with excitementWhat Aisha's goals are for her podcast, Beyond the SessionResources:Connect with Aisha: WebsiteWant to launch your online course?Please check out our free 7-Day Course Creator Starter Kit For Therapists: https://sellingthecouch.com/coursekitLooking to launch a successful podcast?Please check out our free "Using Podcasting To Grow Your Business" workshop for therapists:https://sellingthecouch.com/podcastingworkshopMentioned in this episode:We'd LOVE To Partner With You!➡️ Want to launch your online course? Please check out our free 7-Day Course Creator Starter Kit For Therapists: https://sellingthecouch.com/coursekit ➡️ Looking to launch a successful podcast? Please check out our free "Using Podcasting To Grow Your Business" workshop for therapists: https://sellingthecouch.com/podcastingworkshopIf you like what you hear, subscribe to the show!Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the show where ever you listen to your podcast. This will keep you up to date on all the latest releases and news going on in the STC world!
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Are you ready to feel the mesmerizing power of silence? Prepare yourself to be enthralled by our extraordinary guest, Yeda—a lifestyle and leadership coach—who has discovered and embraced the transformative magic of silence and stillness.“It was the greatest metaphysical experience I had ever had going on inside of me... I was opening up to serving something greater than myself.” - YeddaSitting in silence can be profoundly transformative. Don't believe it? Just listen to Yeda Stancila, a seasoned lifestyle and leadership coach, who journeyed through the realms of silence and stillness to embrace a profound transformation. In the noise and chaos of everyday life, Yeda offers a different perspective on finding peace and tranquility. Our enlightening conversation with Yeda, takes you on an intriguing exploration of the power of silence, mindfulness and meditation. We debunk myths, understand the Hindu philosophy behind meditation, and discover the transformative power of primordial sound meditation, a unique meditative technique tied to our birth details. Through her riveting narrative, Yeda shares her two-year experience of sitting with a coach in silence, and how it helped her confront the daunting facets of her ego and comprehend the language of "shut up and sit." We also delve into the transformative power of a silent retreat, as Yeda shares her experience of a seven-day silent meditation retreat that significantly altered her perspectives. Her candid narrative of navigating life's challenges through silence, mindfulness, and a better understanding of her ego will motivate you to embrace stillness and pay heed to the magic of silence. Brace yourself for a transformational journey with Yeda Stancila that is sure to leave you in awe of the profound impact of silence and stillness. In this episode, you will be able to:Unearth the life-altering potential of silence and stillness in meditation.Realize the imperative of fostering self-awareness and self-love through meditation.Explore the intricate role of the ego in the journey of meditation and mindfulness.Discover the potent impact of primordial sound mantras in elevating personal energy and connecting with the divine.Dive into the world of intuition and unearth the magic in the universe's consciousness.For a lot more information about this episode, visit our website for full show notes and corresponding articles: https://www.skepticmetaphysician.com/blog/silence/Other episodes you'll enjoy:How to Crush Your Shadow Workhttps://www.skepticmetaphysician.com/how-to-crush-your-shadow-work-laura-black-the-cosmic-consultant Using Meditation for Radical Awakeninghttps://www.skepticmetaphysician.com/using-meditation-for-radical-awakening The Life-Changing Benefits of Breathworkhttps://www.skepticmetaphysician.com/spiritual-enlightenment-through-breathwork-mind-body-and-soul-healing ABOUT OUR GUEST:Yedda is passionate about developing and delivering lifestyle and leadership programs for individuals and teams seeking a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of daily life and corporate stress. She's a leading provider of mindfulness-based personal development and leadership growth coaching. The personalized approach she offers in achieving self-fulfillment helps clients find inner peace, enhance their well-being, and achieve their full potential in all areas of their life. She focuses on creating supportive and inclusive teams and communities, empowering coaches, and clients to take control of their lives and their work and thrive in today's fast-paced world. As a successful Empowerment Coach that guides clients and mentors coaches, business owners, CEOs and leaders through specialized coaching programs, She understand the importance of implementing operational best practices. The secret to her success is utilizing available tools and skillsets to improve business performance, profitability, and customer satisfaction. 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Show notes: Introduction: Who do you want to be vs. who you really are How your unhappiness has everything to do with how you see yourself, others, and the world. Segment 1: What is Dissonance? (00:02:15) Understand dissonance as a feeling of being out of alignment with your ideal self. Relate dissonance to beliefs, actions, and thoughts. Listen to specific examples to grasp the concept better. Segment 2: Recognizing Dissonance (00:04:00) Honestly assess your alignment with your desired self. Reflect on whether you genuinely like yourself and whether you match up your past aspirations. Segment 3: Choosing Your Thoughts (00:06:30) Contemplate past moments of unhappiness and self-questioning. Recognize the tendency to blame external factors when feeling out of alignment. Grasp the significance of the term "dissonance." Segment 4: The Impact of Our Thoughts (00:09:45) Learn from Viktor Frankl's experiences during the Holocaust. Understand how thoughts influence your perception and response to circumstances. Understand that suffering is often a result of your thoughts. Segment 5: Getting Out of the Box (00:13:30) Comprehend the concept of being "in the box" and its effects on emotions and physical well-being. Realize that staying in the box, even if you're right, is a choice and will lead to suffering 100% of the time Create an alternate story to shift your perspective and observe how it affects your feelings and reactions. Segment 6: Self-Reflection and Accountability (00:16:45) Commit to daily reflection, journaling, or seeking support from others to acknowledge the times you're in the box Understand that no one else can put you in the box; you are responsible for your thoughts and reactions. You put yourself in the box If you'd like help recognizing when you're in the box or how you might be out of alignment, reach out! My website has lots of resources and ways to schedule a call (www.coachhopecook.comwww.coachhopecook.com) or email me, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us as we dive deeper into the importance of not just preaching the Gospel, but also addressing cultural issues and understanding the full character of God. But what happens when the truth goes against popular opinions? Tune in to discover the importance of preaching the Gospel and also the dismissive nature that some people will say"just share the Gospel."In this episode, you will be able to:- Absorb strategies to approach controversial Gospel topics effectively.- Realize the invaluable role of truth-telling in a tumultuous world.- Uncover the intricate dynamics between divine love and wrath in the Gospel.- Learn about the dangers linked with misinterpretation and oversimplification of Gospel verses.- Understand the churches' pivotal function in proliferating Gospel teachings and nurturing growth.Quotes from this episode:"We've taken the backseat and let the enemy take the front seat. It's time for us as Christians to be more vocal and share the truth in a world that is falling apart.""Preaching the gospel isn't just about love, grace, and mercy. We also need to talk about truth because that's what Jesus did. We're called to mimic his standard of grace and truth.""Our role as pastors and communicators is to point people to Jesus and leave space for the Holy Spirit to transform them. It's about guiding and showing where God might be taking them, while leaving room for that personal transformation."Connect with us!Join our Group on Facebook with the podcast community https://www.facebook.com/groups/eyesonjesuspodcast/Email questions or show topic ideas to email@example.comBe sure to connect with the hosts! For more information on Drew Barker:Follow Drew on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drewsbarker/For more information on Tim Ferrara:Get all his links in one place- to his social media, all 3 of his books, and more https://linktr.ee/discerning_dadCheck out his website! https://discerning-dad.com/The key moments in this episode are:00:00:00 - What Does It Mean to Focus on the Gospel?, 00:04:20 - Preaching the Gospel without Hurting Feelings, 00:06:37 - Voicing Truth in a Falling World, 00:09:42 - The Capacity for Love and Wrath, 00:11:10 - The Loose and General Term of "Preaching the Gospel", 00:13:19 - The Importance of the Entire Bible, 00:14:19 - The Gospel Message, 00:16:02 - The Three Angels in Revelation, 00:19:22 - Fear of God's Wrath, 00:22:59 - Going Deeper in Faith, 00:26:48 - Recognizing the Importance of Church Attendance, 00:27:55 - Choosing a Church Based on Discipline, 00:30:08 - The Importance of Preaching the Gospel, 00:32:04 - Concerns about Ecumenical Churches, 00:35:00 - Impacting the Community, 00:40:16 - Making an Impact, 00:41:48 - Recognizing Daily Opportunities, 00:43:11 - Prayer and Perspective Shift, 00:43:42 - Discipline and Diligence in Prayer, 00:45:07 - Final Thoughts,