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Beers, Business, and Balls
Episode 67 (November 9, 2021): Recurring Guest Connor Krajcsik, Conspiracy Content Creator

Beers, Business, and Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:34


A loaded show kicks off two guests who are family of the House Enterprise crew. You've seen his “Morbid Facts” and “Insane Coincidences” on TikTok. You've retweeted his early pics of the Loch Ness Monster, and you most certainly recognize his mustache. Connor Krajcsik (known as @con_spiracy on TikTok) was our 2nd guest ever, and now he rejoins us more than a year and a half later to discuss the latest in a crowded conspiracy world. We debate if aliens exist, and if so, how they interact with us. We break down the new rumors about Anthony Fauci dumping fuel on the fire that has been COVID-19, and learn about his troubled past in public health. We also discuss Elon Musk's success as a personality and a businessman in recent times, and make our bets on when he'll inevitably become the world's first trillionaire. In the sports world: Josh Adams founded College Hoops Digest in 2012, and now is kicking off Season 12 with a bang. We're proud to announce that House Enterprise and College Hoops Digest are joining forces for this upcoming year. Josh joins us to discuss what consumers can expect on this next edition of the site. MANSCAPED: We're proud to present Manscaped as our newest partner! What guy wouldn't want The Right Tools for The Job?! Head over to manscaped.com/house, or use the code HOUSE at checkout for 20% off AND free shipping on your order. Just in time for Christmas, too! Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support

Feminine Frequency Podcast
182. Behind The Scenes Of My Latest Manifestations + Frequency Upgrades {Intuitive Flow w/ Amy Natalie}

Feminine Frequency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 25:15


In this episode we talked about: (2:20) Manifesting tools (5:08) How I manifested a house and a car (8:30) A lovely phone call and trusting in the universe (12:40) The practical and the magical side of money (17:00) Recurring to spiritual tools (20:10) Upleveling (23:00) what's coming up! "You have to look at both the practical and the magical side of money." "You don't have to settle. You do get to create a life that you deeply desire." Amy Pamensky is a speaker, mindset coach, and facilitator. She supports women to overcome their limiting beliefs and create unshakable confidence. After going through her own spiritual awakening, experiencing over 10 years of depression, and getting divorced at 27 years old, Amy has completely transformed her life to one of joy, success, and well-being. Her mission is to empower women to follow their intuition and create a life filled with passion, purpose, and joy. ------------------------ Let's Connect! Empowered + Embodied Journey {starting Jan 2022}: www.amynatalieco.com/empoweredandembodied Download your FREE Guided Morning Ritual: https://amynatalieco.com/morningritual/ Join The Empowered Feminine FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/empoweredfemininecommunity/ Find me on Instagram: @amynatalieco Website: www.amynatalieco.com

St Marcus MKE Sermons
The Dirty Work of Ehud | Judges: Man's Recurring Failures. God's Relentless Grace.

St Marcus MKE Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 32:40


SERIES SUMMARY: The Book of Judges bridges the period between the exodus of the Israelites in Egypt and wandering in the wilderness, to the time of the Kingdom of Israel. God's people have settled in Canaan, but they didn't drive out all the people's God commanded them to. As a result, they continually fell into worshipping foreign gods (i.e. idols). To chastise them, God would allow one of these neighboring nations to oppress them. The Israelites would cry to God for help. And God would then send them a deliverer, a savior, a "judge" to deliver them militarily. When peace were restored, things went well, Israel got spiritually lazy, and the cycle would repeat. In this book, we find a recurring metaphor for apathy in God's people, and yet, God's zealous love for his people seems to increase even as our failures remain.  This week we'll be studying Judges 3:12-20 -  under the theme "The Dirty Work of Ehud." Ehud is an unlikely hero, an apparently disabled man, whom God uses to shame the proud King Eglon of Moab. The victory always belongs to the Lord. The question is whether we're willing to go the dirty places and do the messy work that God calls us to. 

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Exploring the Parasha: Mental Health and Spiritual Growth - Toldot: Recurring Trauma

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 58:31


Rabbi Rebecca Schatz and Rabbinic Resident Jacki Honig lead a discussion of a single verse from the weekly parasha and how it relates to mental and spiritual growth. This discussion was conducted at Temple Beth Am Los Angeles on November 5, 2021. Special Guest: Rabbinic Resident Jacki Honig.

What The Flux
Booktopia wants recurring book readers | Microsoft enters the metaverse arena | BMW has bittersweet news

What The Flux

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 5:50


Online bookshop Booktopia has launched an eBook subscription service to capture more recurring book readers and recurring revenue.   Microsoft is entering the Metaverse with new 3D Avatars for your next Teams meeting    Bittersweet news from BMW who reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings...but their car deliveries have dropped off.   ---   November = Flux Savings Month: https://bit.ly/flux-savings-month Save money and win cash prizes up to $250k weekly: https://www.flux.finance/win-the-week Get your credit score for free: https://bit.ly/fluxcreditscore Download the free app (App Store): http://bit.ly/FluxAppStore Download the free app (Google Play Store): http://bit.ly/FluxappGooglePlay Daily newsletter: https://bit.ly/fluxnewsletter Instagram: http://bit.ly/fluxinsta TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@flux.finance   ---   The content in this podcast reflects the views and opinions of the hosts, and is intended for personal and not commercial use. We do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, statement or other information provided or distributed in these episodes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fourth Baptist Church
Recurring Revival

Fourth Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 28:00


Isaiah 56 and 57 is an extended oracle of God through the prophet Isaiah that condemns sin and commands humility toward God as the means of spiritual revival.

Dad and Me Love History
Veterans Day Special Re-release

Dad and Me Love History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 25:47


Why poppies? What's the Last Post? [HINT: it's nothing to do with sending mail before Christmas!] Why keep remembering a battle your side loses? What does ANZAC mean? This re-release of a special extended episode is a lot more serious than our usual fun-filled shows, but there's lots to learn for kids and adults! We talk to veterans about Veterans Day/Remembrance Day/ANZAC Day.  We go to an ANZAC service in Australia, where World War One is particularly remembered. Then we go to Hong Kong, which was invaded during World War Two, so remembrance there focuses on that era. We then return to Australia for our interview with Major Matina Jewell. If you know a teacher who could use this episode, please share it with them – and with any other friends. We are grateful to Lindisfarne Anglican College for allowing us to visit their ANZAC assembly, and thanks go to their special guest, Major Matina Jewell (retired). Recurring at points throughout this episode is the sound of Lindisfarne's School Marching Band, led by Mr. Dale Norton. And thank you, retired Sergeant Kelvin Fawcett. LISTEN HERE Questions for after you've listened: 1.       What does A-N-Z-A-C – ANZAC -- stand for? 2.       Why is November 11 an important date for remembering people from wars? 3.       What happened at Gallipoli in WWI? 4.       What is the Last Post? 5.       Which country is the Menin Gate in? 6.       What colour are poppies? 7.       Who wrote the poem ‘In Flanders Fields'? 8.       Why is it important to remember people who died in wars? LISTEN HERE Look on our webpage for images that accompany each episode. And join us on: Instagram, Twitter and Facebook  Please rate and review us wherever you get podcasts. And share our podcast on social media and recommend it to friends – that's how we'll keep going. Podcast cover art by Molly Austin Additional instrumental music by Kevin MacLeod

Recurring Nightmares
Recurring Nightmares Ep. 19: Halloween IIs Triple Feature – 1981 v 2009 v Halloween (2018)

Recurring Nightmares

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 160:34


We’re going to Haddonfield this month with a triple dose of Halloween IIs and bringing along special friend Javi (our first guest). Join us as we discuss Halloween II, Rob Zombie’s Halloween II, and Halloween (2018). Audio Note: Apologies as there are a few instances of some echoing. They don’t last very long but still… […] The post Recurring Nightmares Ep. 19: Halloween IIs Triple Feature – 1981 v 2009 v Halloween (2018) first appeared on Critically Sane.

Movie Dudes
Recurring Nightmares Ep. 19: Halloween IIs Triple Feature – 1981 v 2009 v Halloween (2018)

Movie Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 160:34


We’re going to Haddonfield this month with a triple dose of Halloween IIs and bringing along special friend Javi (our first guest). Join us as we discuss Halloween II, Rob Zombie’s Halloween II, and Halloween (2018). Audio Note: Apologies as there are a few instances of some echoing. They don’t last very long but still… […] The post Recurring Nightmares Ep. 19: Halloween IIs Triple Feature – 1981 v 2009 v Halloween (2018) first appeared on Critically Sane.

In Focus by The Hindu
RBI's new recurring payments norms and their implications | In Focus

In Focus by The Hindu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 23:57


The Reserve Bank of India's new norms and guidelines for recurring payments came into effect this month. One of them, for instance, lays down that banks should send a pre-debit notification to credit card holders 24 hours before an actual debit is done. There are other requirements as well with regard to the nature and duration of an e-mandate for recurring payments. What all this means is that, from October 1st, standing instructions with one's payments provider may not work without some additional steps. This has already affected certain subscription services, including media and OTT subscriptions, and unless all merchants and banks are fully equipped to meet the new requirements, the disruptions would continue. So, what exactly are these new requirements for recurring transactions? What prompted the RBI to come up with them? How will they change the subscription economy going forward? And are there any privacy implications of these new norms? We explore these questions and more in this episode. Guest: Srikanth Lakshmanan of CashlessConsumer, a consumer collective that works on digital payments Host: G. Sampath, Social Affairs Editor The Hindu

Fluxpod
And Introducing recap Riot Fest and Governors Ball 2021

Fluxpod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 108:46


Recurring guests Molly O'Brien and Chris Wade of And Introducing are back to talk about their recent experiences at two festivals aimed at very different demographics - middle aged rock fans at Riot Fest in Chicago and NYC area teenagers at Governor's Ball in Queens. Artists discussed include Patti Smith, Morrissey, The Smashing Pumpkins, Motion City Soundtrack, Sublime with Rome, Andrew WK, Les Savy Fav, Devo, Machine Gun Kelly, Slipknot, Young Thug, Carly Rae Jepsen, Duck Sauce, and Post Malone.  

The Calcio Podcast
Ep. 146 "That Actor Jordi" ft. Matteo & Michele Bruzzese

The Calcio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 117:00


GET 20% OFF MANSCAPED PLUS FREE SHIPPING WITH CODE "CALCIOPOD" -- applies to the whole site and ships worldwide https://www.manscaped.com/ Sam welcomes friends of the show Matteo and Michele Bruzzese (interista and juventino, respectively) to the pod following the Derby d'Italia this past weekend. Recurring guests and TikTok comedy stars of the Italian diaspora, they are known as "The Bello Brothers." Matteo and Sam rattle off a long overdue 5-a-side of players we live vicariously through. Everyone's favourite segment is resurrected at last! You can check out their content on TikTok @TheBelloBros and on Instagram @TheBelloBross. Enjoy! TikTok, Twitter, Instagram @CalcioPodcast and like our Facebook page (The Calcio Podcast) For Juventus-exclusive content, tune into the one and only Turin Giants podcast Available on Spotify, iTunes, Google, Anchor, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, and all other major platforms. Music “Okay okay” by Pino D'Angio "Fratm" by NTO' ft. Guè Pequeno --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calciopodcast/message

All in Manager
How to do a Meeting Audit in 4 steps.

All in Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 5:19


Recurring meetings and tasks are stubborn creatures. When they get on our calendar, they tend to stay awhile. The only way to get rid of… Read More > The post How to do a Meeting Audit in 4 steps. first appeared on Ali Merchant.

The Bert Show
Kristin's Husband Can't Shake This Recurring Parenting Nightmare! 

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 5:48


Since the birth of their son Kristin's husband, Bart, has been having parent nightmares! He'll wake up in the middle of the night afraid that they may have rolled over on the baby. But their baby doesn't sleep with them.So what can Bart do to stop these nightmares?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

St. Basil Catholic Church Brecksville
231. Miracle Monday Ep.11 - Set Your Watch to this Recurring Miracle

St. Basil Catholic Church Brecksville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 15:41


Fr. Matt Jordan witnessed this miracle in person in Italy at the birthplace of pizza.

Brooklyn Baritone Podcasts
The Recurring Shame

Brooklyn Baritone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Corey AshleyThe Hidden Culture Of Sexual PerversionnoThe Recurring Shame

Succession Stories
68: Value Creation Revenue and Subscription Businesses | David Wible

Succession Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 45:26


Have you thought about who potential buyers of your company might be in the future? This week on Succession Stories, Laurie Barkman is joined by David Wible, CEO of Work.Software and former CEO of Industry Weapon, a company he sold in 2020. David shares his experience of selling his business, what made the sale successful, and why he started conversations five years prior to the actual sale. The key was understanding which value drivers mattered most.   Listen in to learn more about: The benefit of starting conversations with potential buyers before you're ready to sell Viewing a sale from the buyer's perspective How different kinds of businesses are valued differently Recurring revenue models  Creating clarity across departments with the value creation revenue metric   Show Links: David Wible on LinkedIn Laurie Barkman on LinkedIn Podcast website: SuccessionStories.com   About: The Succession Stories podcast is hosted by Laurie Barkman, Founder of SmallDotBig. We'll help you maximize business value, plan your exit transition, and get rewarded for all of your hard work by finding the right buyer or seller. Visit https://smalldotbig.com for more value building resources and subscribe to our newsletter!

Soul Sister Conversations
Ep 138: Learning from Recurring Loss with Brandy Williams

Soul Sister Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 40:24


Brandy Williams has suffered 7 miscarriages. She is in the midst of trying to have her family. She sits down me today to talk about what she has learned about recurring lost, surrender and the power of sharing what you are going through. -- We also chat about: -- ✔️ emotional and physical impact ✔️ how this experience fits with her authentic journey. ✔️ how this has changed her as a person. -- About Brandy Williams: -- Brandy Williams is a Registered Dietitian, newly self employed at Be Well with Brandy. She has a passion for women's health and specializes in digestive health. She has struggled with recurrent miscarriages for a decade and now talks openly about her struggles to help other people going through the same thing feel less alone. -- CONNECT with Brandy Williams: -- Instagram: @bewellwithbrandy

Elite 8 Showdown
Best Seasonal/Recurring Burger King Item

Elite 8 Showdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 61:24


The Season 3 Fast Food Bracket continues, last weeks winner rides on up to the 8th seed in this week's trans fat finals as slightly Bigger Chuck and Tim throw down the best recurring or seasonal Burger King items of all time! Katie Treanor's Rad Stuff: Noodlepuppet.threadless.com American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=266766 Twitch: Twitch.tv/professionalcasualnetwork Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfUOaJjpMfgRFWL7Z996lyQ A special thanks to our Patreon backers who helped support us at Patreon.com/professionalcasual : Thank you! Russel H., Rob M., Byron C., Rob., Franz B., VPotter, Leslie S., Matt F., Kasper S., Paul S., Christopher T., Matt L., Zane T., Thomas T, Joe J., Johan E., Jens R., Kelsey R., Oliver H., Mikolaj W., Andrew, Zach C., Justliketheplant, Neil L., Jared S., Mikael N., Taylor M., George F., Tom M., Devin M., Nicholas W., Jonas P., Jonathan L., Simon P., Gareth G., Jacob Y., Lady_Leah, Devin M., David R., Will B., Stephan S., Sean S., Brian Y., William S., Path, William P., Tim D., Simon W., Jake C., Theo A., Heber R., Ben R., Jacob P., Vaughan A., Andrew M., Daniel S., Lars, Taylor H., Blarin R., Gervasio L., Adam D., Christopher C., Craig G., Kevin C., WreckMyPodcast, Charlie S., Witchdream, Anthony R., Sarah B., Dan C., Dani, and Lindsay F. Use Code 'professionalcasual' for 15% off RAZE Energy: https://reppsports.com/?rfsn=5472644.3e7a1c&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=5472644.3e7a1c Drive-Thru RPG: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?affiliate_id=3002007 Professional Casual Gear: https://teespring.com/stores/professionalcasual Bearded Dragon Games (Pick up all your gaming needs): BeardedDragonGames.Online (use code 'professionalcasual' for free shipping!) Built Bar (Use link or use code 'professionalcasual' at checkout for 10% discount): https://builtbar.com#?baapp=PROFESSIONALCASUAL Skillshare (get 2 months free, or 30% off the annual sunscription): skillshare.eqcm.net/Q5mR9 Our Giveaways: Professionalcasual.com/giveaways Support this podcast

The Mom Room
EP135. My Naturopath Visit: Supplements, Diagnostic Tests and, Lifestyle Changes

The Mom Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 32:19


EP135. Renee doesn't want to just not be sick. She wants to feel as best as she possibly can. Recurring sinus infections, crappy digestion (pun intended) and, poor sleep has finally got her seeing a naturopath, getting some diagnostic testing done and, making some lifestyle changes. Renee shares why she's seeing a Naturopath and everything she has learned so far in this episode! RENEE REINA Instagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_ The Mom Room Shop www.themomroompodcast.com TikTok: @reneereina_ Facebook Community SPONSORS Canva Pro. Get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you visit Canva.me/MOMROOM and use code MOMROOM. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Money Podcast
20 Digital Assets That Produce Recurring Income

The Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 39:34


Exclusively from the stage of the Recurring Income Summit. Rob breaks down 16 of his guaranteed ways to generate powerful recurring income. With strategies ranging from sponsorships to writing a book, there is something for everyone to start their own journey to financial freedom. KEY TAKEAWAYS  1. Books Books can be purely digital or print on demand, so they are not expensive to produce or store. Writing a book is a powerful long term residual income strategy for decades to come. 2. Audio Clubhouse, Podcasts and Audible have got everyone interested in the format. You can take that book and then also have it on audible and Blinkist and then create an online course from it and  build into a subscription platform. Creating multiple streams of income from one asset. 3. Royalties Ongoing payments for existing books, content or creations. Licensed out in an ongoing way. Modern technology like NFT's make this much easier. 4. Crowdfunding Being supported by your fans or followers. Using platforms like Patreon, Facebook Stars or Kickstarter. A new digital way to directly monetise your audience, cutting out the middle men. 5. Subscription Membership sites, newsletters or content creating consistent monthly income. Can be done in any industry, much easier than ever due to technology, simply provide ongoing valuable to the right audience.  6 & 7. Affiliates Work with other business and creators to promote their products and earn a commission helping sell the. Have others be affiliates for you, paying them and getting sales for no effort. 8. Intellectual Property. Copyright a System, Process Information or Brand. Licensing the long term value of this to others for a fee. Brands and IP can be incredible long term earners. 9. Franchise Create a standard operating procedure or manual from it, and then you sell it. License, like subway or McDonald's, a very powerful model if you've already built a business. 10. E-Commerce Building and selling through an online store. Think of Amazon, shoplift, eBay etc. Physical products can be made and shipped on demand, allowing this to be hands free. 11 & 12. Ads & Sponsorship People will pay you an amount of money to have their brand exposed to your audience. You can do this on all channels and even do more in-depth integrations with sponsors that align with your brand closely. 13. Money Lending Once you get capital, as long as you get good security, you can use your capital as an asset to create recurring income through lending with an interest rate. 14. Property & Real Estate Investing in  property, renting it and holding it for long periods is one of the most stable and profitable ways to generate safe, secure recurring income. 15 & 16. Stocks and Businesses Putting capital into stocks or investing directly in distressed business. Post pandemic there are huge opportunities for a savvy investor. BEST MOMENTS  “Recurring income  is residual recurring and relentless. It's passive. It's ongoing. It comes in every day, every week, every month, every quarter.” “If you want freedom, flexibility, autonomy control over your life. Then you need recurring income. You need control over your own assets.” “Your best digital asset is your personal brand.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marketing Development Podcast
RFM130 – Moving to a Recurring Agency Model

Marketing Development Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 43:22


Main talking points include:From a background of being an in house and agency designer, Doug has run his own business in a variety of guises. The transition – giving prospective clients a choice:A project-based model that costs a little more, and at the end of it we pass over the project and it becomes your responsibility.A recurring model based on a payment plan, that includes the payment plan and all care plan and hosting services, that doesn't cost as much over the period of time. A bit about Doug"After getting my BFA degree (majoring in Visual Communications) in 2000, I became a pro Web Designer…. and its been a wild ride ever since! Along the way I've been an employee for other agencies, I've been a contractor (like an employee without benefits!), and I've ran my own show. I've learned a lot along the last 21 yrs, seen the industry change and grow a lot, and I'd like to think I've gained just a wee bit of wisdom. I'm happy to share some things I've learned along the way

Breakfast with the Jetsons-- w/ Don & Hop
Season 3, Episode 2-- Law Of Attraction

Breakfast with the Jetsons-- w/ Don & Hop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 8:26


Recurring guest Mikey Amore stops by to talk about his latest single "L.O.A." Go stream it on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other streaming services. Follow him on social media @mikey_amore !! Follow Us on instagram @breakfastwiththejetsons !!! Video Bio available on YouTube!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bwtj/support

The Twitch Playbook: Tips for Twitch Streamers
146 - Cut Back on Recurring Stream Costs

The Twitch Playbook: Tips for Twitch Streamers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 7:15


Don't let these unobtrusive charges get the better of you. www.twitchplaybook.com

The Josh Hall Web Design Show
143 - Lessons Learned Going Full Time Web Design with Kristin Pearson

The Josh Hall Web Design Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 94:26


Web design freelancer Kristin Pearson shares her top lessons learned having just gone full time into web design.In This Episode00:00 - Introduction03:40 - Biz course04:40 - Greeting Kristin10:06 - Coaches 10:32 - Speakers11:55 - Process of both14:38 - Kristin's start21:55 - Learning WP23:28 - Tech deters some24:53 - Solving problems25:42 - Communities28:20 - The starting point38:26 - Safety plan42:42 - Time-guilt shift46:20 - Balancing things48:48 - Getting clients53:44 - A recorded call58:56 - Growing organically1:00:48 - Current thoughts 1:04:12 - Introverts 1:06:31 - Utilize strengths1:11:55 - Going live stress1:20:33 - Recurring income1:24:11 - Future goals1:28:40 - Being intentional1:31:53 - Final thoughtsGet all links, resources and show notes at:https://joshhall.co/143

Resourceful Designer
Navigating The Peaks And Valleys Of Freelancing - RD272

Resourceful Designer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 24:32


As a freelance designer, you will face peaks and valleys while running your business. I've said it before, and I'll repeat it. There's nothing better than working for yourself. From deciding who you want to work with to how much you want to charge for your work. Being your own boss is, well, liberating. As your own boss, you get to set your own hours. Want to waste time during the day and work at night? That's your prerogative. Feel like getting away for a few days? Go ahead. You don't need permission to take time off. When you're working for yourself, you get to chose where and how you want to work. If you feel like spending the day at a coffee shop working away on your laptop, you can. If you feel like hunkering down at home to avoid all distractions, go for it. As a self-employed designer, a freelancer if you will, you have the freedom to make your destiny. I don't think there's any better career than that. However, I will give kudos to one aspect of working as a design employee for someone else—a steady paycheque. With all the restrictions, limitations and handholding that may come with being an employee, the one bright light is the knowledge that every week or two, on schedule, a predetermined amount of money gets deposited into your bank account. This money shows up regardless of how busy or not busy you were. This steady paycheque may be the only way that being a designer trumps being a freelancer. It's true. As a self-employed designer, a freelancer, you never know when or where you'll get your next payment. Nor how much it will be. And that can cause a lot of stress in your life, especially if you are the primary breadwinner in your household. Because even though your income may be unpredictable, your monthly expenses are not. They show up right on schedule regardless of the balance in your bank account. I wish I could tell you there's a simple solution to this dilemma, but there isn't. Ask any self-employed designer, and they'll let you know of their experiences navigating these peaks and valleys. Peaks when work, and of course income is in abundance. And valleys when they become scarce. There is no solution if you want to remain a freelancer. However, there are ways to mitigate the problem so peaks and valleys even out over time. Here's what's worked for me and some other methods I've heard work for other designers. Recurring revenue. Recurring revenue is as it sounds. It's revenue (or income) that recurs regularly. Retainer agreements. The best way to acquire recurring revenue is by offering a retainer to your clients. I talked about retainer agreements in episode 32 of the podcast and again in episode 255. The gist of a retainer agreement is offering an ongoing service to your clients that they pay for regularly. In some cases, you may have to sacrifice some income for the guarantee of this recurring revenue. For example, If your hourly rate is $100, you may want to offer a retainer where, if a client guarantees to pre-purchase 10 hours of your time per month, you'll only charge them $90/hr for them. Or if a client asks you to design social media posts regularly. You could offer a retainer agreement where they guarantee to pay a fixed fee for a certain number of graphics every month. Since retainer agreements are guaranteed recurring revenue, they act as a regular paycheck similar to what you'd get as a design employee. Some designers work exclusively on retainer agreements, allowing them to predict how much money they earn each month. There's a lot more to retainer agreements than just this. I suggest you listen to episodes 32 and 255 of the podcast if you want to learn more about them. But suffice it to say, retainer agreements are a great way to even out the peaks and valleys. Website maintenance agreements. Another form of recurring revenue if you're a web designer is to offer a website maintenance agreement. A website maintenance agreement states that you will secure, update and take care of a client's website for a fixed monthly fee. It's kind of an insurance polity for their website. Website maintenance agreements require very little time and effort on your part and offer peace of mind to your clients. Selling digital products. Another form of recurring revenue, although not as steady or predictable as retainer agreements or maintenance agreements, is selling digital goods and products. You are a designer, a creative visionary. Why not use the design skills you offer your clients and put them to use for yourself? There are many platforms such as Creative Market or Design Cuts where you sell your creative wares. These offerings are available for purchase by other creatives and people who need certain assets but may not have the skills to create them themselves. I've created dozens of designs that I sell on various print-on-demand platforms. I get paid any time someone buys a t-shirt, coffee mug, phone case or sticker with one of my designs on it. This is another form of a digital product. For me, it's not enough to make a living. At least not with my few dozen designs I sell. But every month, I receive anywhere between $70 - $120 for my designs. Some of them I created years ago, and I'm still collecting money from them. And I'm sure if I dedicated the time to make more of these designs regularly, I could generate a more considerable recurring income. To learn more about selling digital products, listen to episode 155 of the podcast, where I talked about this exact topic with Tom Ross, the founder of Design Cuts. So, all in all, recurring revenue is a great way to even out the peaks and valleys you'll encounter as a freelance designer. Promote when you're busy. There are other things you can do to help ease the peaks and valleys situation. One of the best pieces of advice I've ever heard is "Promote your business when you're busy." It's a case of don't wait until you're thirsty to dig a well. It sounds crazy. When you're pulling your hair out because you have too many projects on the go and deadlines quickly approaching, the last thing on your mind is drumming up more work. But believe it or not, that's precisely the time you should be promoting your business. Why? Because marketing takes time to germinate.  The more you promote your business while you're busy and experiencing one of those peaks in workload, the less deep the valleys will be that you'll have to navigate once the work rush dies down. If you do this right, you may be able to raise those lulls to the point where instead of peaks and valleys, you'll be cruising across an even plain. I know what you're thinking. If I'm that busy, how will I find the time to promote my design business? To that, let me say: Promoting your design business doesn't require a massive advertising campaign. All it takes is sending off a few emails to idle clients to ask how they're doing and if there's anything you can do for them. It doesn't take much. And if you do it right, your peaks and valleys won't be that severe. Draw a salary from your business. There's another way for you to lessen the impact of peaks and valleys. Remember when I said the one benefit of being a design employee is the regular paycheque? Want to know a little secret? You can make yourself a design employee of your own freelance design business and have the best of both worlds. What? No way! Yes, way. I know many designers who do just this. They treat themselves as an employee and draw a regular paycheck from their own business. Here is how it works. All revenue earned from design work, recurring revenue, and selling digital products belongs to your design business. It all goes into a business bank account and gets treated the same way any other company treats its capital assets. From that pool of money, you, the designer, draw a salary. Running your company this way puts the burden of dealing with the peaks and valleys on your business and not on you, the designer. As far as you're concerned, those peaks and valleys even out because you draw the same salary every week regardless of the business' income. This method spreads out your income evenly over time. Let me give you an example. Let's use some round numbers here and say you make your salary $500/week. One week you take on a $1200 web project. That $1200 is deposited into your business's bank account, and from it, you withdraw your weekly $500 salary, leaving $700 in the bank. The following week things are slow, and the only work you get is a $300 poster design. That $300 is deposited into the bank, bringing the balance up to $1000. At the end of the week, you withdraw your $500 salary, which leaves $500 in the business bank account. Enough for your next week's salary should no work come in. Here's the fun part. At any point, as the funds in the business' bank increase, you can always pay yourself a bonus. The other benefit is since the business has this money, it's available for business purchases such as new equipment or subscriptions and doesn't have to come out of your pocket, which lessens the hurt of spending it. I know many designers who use this model. In most cases, those designers run their businesses as LLCs or some other form of corporation. I have my business set up as a sole proprietorship, so it's not easy to separate the business from myself. I even know some designers who use a third-party employee payment service to prevent them from dipping into the business' bank account. The best thing you can do is check with your accountant to see if this is a good model for you. It may offer tax benefits for you as well, especially if your business is incorporated. Raise your rates. The last idea I want to share with you has to do with the rates you charge. Many designers who switch from full-time employment to freelancing use their full-time salary to base their freelance rates. Don't. As a freelancer, you are expected to charge more.  If you were making $25/hr working for someone else, you should be charging your clients double or triple or even more for your services. As a self-employed designer, you have to pay for your own benefits. Three are no sick days or vacation pay, or parental leave. You have to make sure you are compensated for the risk of lost income due to anything from medical emergencies to vacations in the tropics.  Call the higher rates you charge a form of self-insurance. You should make sure the money you earn today when things are going well will get you through the times when work dries up. You do this by charging enough to make sure your future is covered. Not sure how to raise your rates? Luckily for you, I wrote a blog post on this exact topic. It's up to you to deal with the peaks and valleys of freelancing. These are some ideas for dealing with the peaks and valleys of a freelance income. It may sound daunting and stressful. And knowing about these peaks and valleys may have you thinking that working for someone else is looking more appealing. But if you can learn how to manage the fluctuating income of running your own design business. Chances are you'll not only outearn your employed counterpart. But you'll enjoy greater job security, autonomy and flexibility. A 2018 study by Upwork shows that nearly three-quarters of full-time freelancers report earning more than when they had a full-time job. And 87% are optimistic about their future careers. In fact, more than half of respondents say no amount of money would get them to switch back to being full-time employees working for someone else. I know that's how I feel. Remember, running your own design business is two jobs–a designer and a business owner. When you're pursuing your passion, it's easy to get caught up in the former and forget about the latter. If all of your focus is on your design work, you're only doing half your job. It's that business owner side that needs to do whatever you can to ensure those inevitable valleys you'll face are not as deep as they could be. You do that by following the advice I just shared with you. One last thing. I've been talking about these valleys as if they are a terrible thing. Something you should try to eliminate if at all possible. But when they do happen, and they will, try to enjoy those slower times. Use them to your advantage. Get out there and network. Contact old clients you haven't heard from in a while. Work on personal projects you've been neglecting. And make sure you use those slow times to work on your business. You know, all the things you told yourself you'd get to one day. Heck, You can even use some of that slow time to relax and enjoy life. After all, when you're in a valley, it just means there is another peak on the horizon.

Pink Notes
Episode 75: Two Recurring Bits?

Pink Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 64:13


Oddities now has a sound, and a quick life tip (scumbag or otherwise) from Jeremy. We're on Instagram: @pink_notes_podcast Questions? Concerns? Want to send us money? Send us an email! ppinknotess@gmail.com

ThePrint
ThePrintPod : RBI's recurring payments regulation can derail India's digital economy engine

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 7:33


The Watal Committee and the Nandan Nilekani Committee, formed to study the digital payments ecosystem, have highlighted the importance of recurring transactions.

Ask Drone U
BONUS: How to Build a Lucrative Drone Mapping Business with Stable, Recurring Revenues with Tom Powers

Ask Drone U

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 21:25


Drone U Instructor, Tom Powers Opens Up His Business Playbook - Tune in to Learn How to Grow and Scale Your Drone Business by Executing Incredibly Lucrative Residential Mapping Projects Today's show is a special one as we have Drone U Instructor, Tom Powers sharing with us his distilled wisdom on drone mapping, and growing and scaling a drone business. You will learn how demand for drone mapping has gone through the roof in recent times. Specifically, we talk about a specific drone use case within this niche – large residential projects in today's show. Tom reveals the exact workflow that he uses to execute large and extremely lucrative drone mapping projects. From creating progression reports to marketing extremely profitable upsell opportunities to choosing the right drone equipment & applications for building a sustainable drone business with recurring revenues, you will learn a lot in a short time by listening to this show. Do not miss this one! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community. Follow Us Site – https://thedroneu.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/droneu Instagram – https://instagram.com/thedroneu/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/thedroneu YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps [01:53] Can you take up roof inspection and drone mapping jobs with the DJI Mavic 3? [02:57] The rising demand for drone services for large residential projects [05:55] What processes and milestones are involved in deliverables for residential projects [08:00] Applications and workflow for performing repetitive drone missions [09:18] How to upsell your other services and increase your drone business revenues and profits  [10:38] Recommended drones for mapping residential projects [11:43] How long does it typically take to execute a local mapping job? [12:25] Tips that Tom offers pilots looking for grabbing luxury housing development mapping projects

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz
Processing Recurring Payments Effortlessly And Raising Prices Guilt-Free with Dodd Caldwell of MoonClerk

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 35:58


Dodd Caldwell is the Co-founder and CEO of MoonClerk, a web-based software company that helps businesses accept one-time and recurring payments online without any coding. Dodd is also the President of Rice Bowls, a creative nonprofit that partners with grassroots orphanages in eight countries to feed hungry children. Before that, Dodd founded an e-commerce company that he sold, and he led international chain sales efforts for his family's manufacturing business In this episode… Every business owner wants to get paid quickly. They find it even better when such payments are recurring and forgo the stress of writing code or managing a developer team. Unfortunately, many small businesses still struggle with payment processing, and it's hurting their business.  Today's guest on the show, Dodd Caldwell, runs a payment platform that helps solve the recurring payment headache with a dash of personalized support and low fees. Bootstrapped and having had to raise prices twice, their progress has not been nearly as pretty and seamless as their platform. So if you are a small business that is struggling to raise prices and wants to solve recurring payment problems, you don't want to miss this interview.  This episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz features Dodd Caldwell, Co-founder and CEO of MoonClerk. They talk about how — and why — Dodd started MoonClerk for small businesses. And as you listen along, you'll find out why MoonClerk is better for you than Stripe, why they're bootstrapped, and how they've survived after raising prices by over 60%. 

Please Don't Listen
Please Don't Listen Episode 171- Bram Stoker's Dracula and Ranking Hot Monsters

Please Don't Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 140:37


Our heroes have crossed oceans of time to bring you this podcast... Recurring guest Sydney brings forward a tale of love... hot, bloody love, and it's only appropriate that the occasion is used to talk about which monsters they'd "bone". Enjoy with your red liquid of choice. Send your ancestral dirt to: pleasedontcast@gmail.com patreon.com/pleasedontcast twitter.com/pleasedontcast

The Evidence Based Chiropractor- Chiropractic Marketing and Research
303- How to Generate Recurring Revenue in Your Chiropractic Practice

The Evidence Based Chiropractor- Chiropractic Marketing and Research

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 17:44


Recurring revenue is not the future, it's happening right now. We believe that recurring revenue is one of the biggest missed opportunities for you in your practice. The problem has been that the existing tech is confusing, the product selection isn't great, and many of us (including me) don't want to feel cheesy by "selling". That is why we've spent the past year developing the concept, strategy, technology, and playbook for you to easily start creating recurring revenue in your practice. No selling, no gimmicks, no inventory, no shipping.It's time for you to build a payday practice- let's go!Episode Highlights:NovoPulse – Where recovery meets performance. Learn more about this new technology that reduces pain and inflammation while improving function to get your patients back to the activities they enjoyUpgrade your EHR today by scheduling a demo at EchiroEHRAutomatically get more leads and conversions from your website with The Smart Chiropractor. Click here to schedule your demo. Our members use research to GROW their practice. Are you interested in increasing your referrals? Discover the best chiropractic marketing you aren't currently using right here!

Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast
326: Motivation Monday - How To Maintain A Beach Body Year Round, Prevent Recurring Injuries & What To Eat In A Day

Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 38:33


➢ DM "Beach Body" to start building your year round beach body! @ColossusFit➢ Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/colossusfit/Welcome to Motivation Monday, where every Monday we answer all of your questions and have some real talks about life & fitness & get you fired up for the week! In this episode we talk about how to maintain a beach body year round, prevent recurring injuries & what to eat in a day.Time Stamps:(1:56) - Kyle quote: "You may not be there yet, but you're closer than you were yesterday"(3:53) - Josh quote: "What does Adidas stand for? "Impossible is nothing", well, what does Nike stand for? "Easy, just do it,". Now what do you stand for? (7:50) - Weekly thoughts/recommendations(12:30) - Client shoutout: Mackenzie M(16:33) - Question 1: How do I prevent recurring injuries of any kind? (26:44) - Question  2: How do I maintain a beach/bikini body year round?(34:20) - Question 3: What does a day of eating look like for you?Thanks for listening! We genuinely appreciate every single one of you listening.➢Join our exclusive FREE facebook group: https://bit.ly/3snmT26➢Follow us on instagram @colossusfit➢Apply to get your Polished Physique:  https://colossusfitness.com/Support the show (https://www.colossusfitness.com)

The Disruptive Entrepreneur
The Perfect Strategy For Create Recurring Assets & Passive Income

The Disruptive Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 31:03


Now more than ever you need recurring income. In these trying times, of the pandemic, of the economic crisis, there has never been a more crucial time to have multiple streams of recurring income. You need to start creating assets that will continue to help you earn no matter what happens. KEY TAKEAWAYS  There is nothing wrong with money, but you don't necessarily need it to create assets that will give you income. There are four P's in creating recurring income: -Personal -Product -Physical Assets -Passive Income Rob likes to invest his time in creating an asset, that he then earns on forever. There are three types of entrepreneur, part time, full time and big time. Which are you? If you can figure this out then you can then focus on the right strategies for you. There is no such thing as get rich both easily and quick. You still have to work. If you work hard now it will pay off further down the line. BEST MOMENTS  “Recurring income is where it's at” “This piece of content can become an asset” “You shouldn't be work shy” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Movie Dudes
Recurring Nightmares Ep. 18: Candyman 1992 v Candyman 2021

Movie Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 97:44


We’re going to Cabrini Green this month with a double dose of Candyman, the original and the brand new sequel. Theme Music: Algorithms by Chad Crouch E-mail comments (or questions) to chris.scott@criticallysane.com or follow us on Twitter. Jeff – JustSomeDude899 Chris – kariyanine RecurringPod The post Recurring Nightmares Ep. 18: Candyman 1992 v Candyman 2021 first appeared on Critically Sane.

Recurring Nightmares
Recurring Nightmares Ep. 18: Candyman 1992 v Candyman 2021

Recurring Nightmares

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 97:44


We’re going to Cabrini Green this month with a double dose of Candyman, the original and the brand new sequel. Theme Music: Algorithms by Chad Crouch E-mail comments (or questions) to chris.scott@criticallysane.com or follow us on Twitter. Jeff – JustSomeDude899 Chris – kariyanine RecurringPod The post Recurring Nightmares Ep. 18: Candyman 1992 v Candyman 2021 first appeared on Critically Sane.

The New Yorker: Politics and More
Recurring Nightmares on Rikers Island

The New Yorker: Politics and More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 21:23


The first jail on Rikers Island opened in 1932, and the complex has since expanded to include ten jails holding thousands of inmates every day. Violence among Rikers inmates is common, and there are accusations of mistreatment, neglect, and abuse by correction officers and the facility's administrators. Despite promises by city and state officials to reform Rikers, this year alone twelve people held there have died—two in the past week and at least five by suicide. Jennifer Gonnerman joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the history of Rikers, why this year is proving particularly deadly, and what the detention center reveals about the incarceration system in the U.S. today.

Mojo In The Morning
Meaghan's Recurring Ryan Dream

Mojo In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 12:43


The Well-Rounded Actor
"Blue Bloods" Abigail Hawk on pregnancy, postpartum depression, and the road from retail to recurring role

The Well-Rounded Actor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 45:58


Abigail Hawk is an award-winning actor, singer, writer, humanitarian, and mom. She has starred opposite industry giants Laurence Fishburne, Chevy Chase, Jim Gaffigan, and Mariska Hargitay, to name a few, but she most enjoys working alongside legend Tom Selleck  as Detective Abigail Baker on the CBS series Blue Bloods. When she's not keeping Commissioner Reagan in line, Abigail enjoys singing, writing, living, loving, over-posting on social media, and parenting two brilliant sons with her husband.Abigail talks about her road from retail to series regular on a hit TV show and gives us a candid look into her struggles with postpartum depression and her mental health journey. We also talk about pregnancy, the pandemic, parenthood and more.Disclaimer: While we talk about mental health in this episode, neither myself nor my guest are licensed mental health professionals. The opinions expressed in this episode are solely the beliefs of the speakers and should not be taken as medical advice. If you need support from a professional, the links below may provide a helpful starting place. Referrals for professional help can be obtained through:Your local mental health board or agencyYour health insurance or behavioral health advocateYour physicianNAMINAMI HelplineNational Suicide Prevention Hotline Crisis Text Line (24/7)GUEST LINKS:Facebook: Abigail Hawk   Instagram: @hawkbabigail   Twitter: @abigail_hawkContinue the conversation and connect with cool, creative and high impact humans in my free online community - The Well-Rounded Actor Revolution.

Successful Nonprofits Podcast
Compelling Donors to Give with Krista Lamp

Successful Nonprofits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 33:42


Get ready to transform your marketing and donor journey paradigm, as Krista discusses marketing and fundraising lessons we can learn from for-profits.  

Business Essentials Daily
The sharemarket's recurring all-time highs

Business Essentials Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 10:56


When you hear the sharemarket is at an all-time high, is it a good time to hold 'em, fold 'em, walk away or run? Investment guru, Greg Keady of APW Partners reckons the media's a lot to blame by injecting emotional terms when reporting on the recurring ups and downs of the market. His advice is to stay focused and stick to your investment plan. Business Essentials Daily is produced by: SoundCartel soundcartel.com.au +61 3 9882 8333 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Medicin
MONEY PROBLEMS: Why money is SO easy to argue over + how to navigate recurring arguments more effectively with your partner

The Medicin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 82:17


Why is money SO easy to argue over?! Why is it so easy to feel like we never get anywhere?! Why do we have such opposite views?! How do we make progress in our discussions + communication style around money? Today we dive into your specific money problems to offer potential insight + ideas for better communication / relating in this area. Our goal was to give you real tools to better navigate this hot topic with your partner. More love + abundance. Less arguing + scarcity. Please rate and review for us! It makes my day to read them. And if you like the episode (you will, I promise), screenshot and tag or send to someone who needs this knowledge too! THINGS WE MENTIONED: https://themedicin.myorganogold.com/ie-en/premium-gourmet-king-of-coffee/ (KING Coffee) Organifi (discount: MIMI) http://www.getmimifit.com/themedicincabinet (Mimi + Chase's Medicin Cabinet) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-money-episode-removing-financial-fear/id1494522894?i=1000491171527 (#39 The Money Episode ) LINKS + DISCOUNTS: Follow us on IG! Screenshot this episode and tag us! We love to know who is listening. https://www.instagram.com/mimi_themedicin/ (@mimi_themedicin) https://www.instagram.com/the_chasen_one/ (@the_chasen_one) For peak immune system intelligence, I have 2 capsules of https://www.getmimifit.com/store (Immune Intel AHCC®) daily. It's the most clinically researched functional food in the world, made from the mycelium(roots) of Shiitake mushrooms! With 32 years of research, it's effective against: cancer, HPV, hepatitis, HIV, autoimmune disorders, diabetes, Lyme, cardiovascular disease, influenza, seasonal allergies, fatigue and more! AHCC heals your body, and then your body heals the disease. If you're looking for a safe, natural skincare line that actually gets clinical results, check it! https://clearstemskincare.com/?platform=grin&link_id=409540&token=fD2vQB3FIt5dn4aKxhvHbCrYs20mprwx&contact_id=01866b41-2a70-46ea-bd73-9baf47a9701f&attribution_window=30 (CLEARstem) is the anti-acne AND anti-aging line that was able to heal my dark purple acne scars! And it has reishi medicinal mushroom! Use the code MIMIFIT for a hefty discount! The best Organic Green juice you'll ever taste lives at https://www.organifishop.com/ (Organifi.) They are pros at creating organic superfood powders with medicinal mushrooms! Check them out! Use Discount code MIMIFIT for 15% off all orders. My favorite is the GOLD! If you're wondering where to start with Organifi, start here with my https://www.getmimifit.com/store/organifi (FREE GUIDE: "How to use Organifi Like a Pro.") I cover all the products taste, benefits, and even all the creative ways I use each one! For hormone balance, stress reduction, mental health, cognitive function, immune support and so many more benefits, you need Reishi spores! Spores are 17-80x more potent than other Reishi products. The easiest way is in your coffee! You can get my exact https://themedicin.myorganogold.com/en/premium-gourmet-king-of-coffee/ (Reishi spore KING coffee) here. I have completely given up regular coffee and chosen the longevity benefits from Reishi KING coffee. Even if you are caffeine sensitive, Reishi has your back - it cancels out all negative effects of regular caffeine. Try it! https://shop.realmushrooms.com/discount/MIMI (Real Mushrooms) is my source for all mushroom powders. Added to my coffee, smoothies, baking daily. Real mushrooms has 46 years of growing experience - one of the very first mushroom companies in the U.S. They are the OG. Trusted, recognized, only the best organic mushroom extracts. Code MIMI will get you 10% off! My favorites are the Lion's Mane + Cordyceps!  *The information I share on this podcast is not intended to be or substitute for medical advice. Please keep the care of your doctor and refer to him/her for proper diagnosis of any disease or condition. Sound from https://www.zapsplat.com/ (Zapsplat.com)

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
Why a Solid Recurring Revenue Stream is the Key to Agency Growth

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 24:56


Are you creating a solid recurring revenue stream for your agency? Dan Sundgren has been involved in the digital marketing industry since he became one of the first employees at Google around 2003. After years of witnessing the rise of that tech giant, he eventually started his digital agency, FreeGren, which specializes in SEM, SEO, SMM and Website Development and Maintenance. He sat down with Jason to talk about the lessons he learned at Google about breaking the rules and how there's always a different way to look at things. He also talked about his decision to work with contractors rather than having employees, and why recurring revenue is the goal. 3 Golden Nuggets Breaking the rules. Working at Google for many years since its beginning Dan had the opportunity to witness how that company grew, broke many rules, and created a new paradigm for corporations. One of the lessons he carries with him from that time is that you don't necessarily have to follow hard and fast rules. There's always a different way to look at things. And it's good to remember that you can flip things on their head and think about it differently. Working with contractors. Another learning experience with Google was the way they took care of their employees. However, Dan and his partner decided early on that they would work with independent contractors. To do this, Dan spent years building a network of trusted partners that have now worked with him for years. He relies on them to do the heavy lifting. It has its own complications, as Dan admits, but he exclusively works with people he can trust. After all, it takes years to build a reputation and a name and he doesn't want to sabotage that by doing crappy work. Recurring revenue is the goal. Like Frank Kern a few weeks ago, Dan talks about how he chose to scale slow and make sure his agency had solid recurring revenue streams for PPC, SEO, website maintenance, etc, where it is very repeatable. Now this gives him the tools to make pretty accurate forecasts, to the point that he can tell where his agency will be in 12 months. Sponsors and Resources Wix: Today's episode is sponsored by the Wix Partner Program. Being a Wix Partner is ideal for freelancers and digital agencies that design and develop websites for their clients. Check out Wix.com/Partners to learn more and become a member of the community for free. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Contractors vs Employees and Remember that Recurring Revenue is the Goal Jason: [00:00:00] Hey, agency owners. Welcome to another episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass. I am Jason Swenk and I have an amazing guest, Dan. We're going to talk about his building his agency over the past four years. But also what he's learned. He's one of the very first employees at Google. Um, I think he was telling me back in 2003 or 2004, he can correct me in a, in a second. Um, and we're going to talk about really amazing things. So I can't wait. Um, but before we get into the episode, I want you to do something. I want you to take a screenshot of the podcast and then upload it to your favorite social media. Tag us, so I can give you a shout-out for listening to the show. And let's go ahead and jump into it and talk to Dan. Hey, Dan. Welcome to the show. Dan: [00:00:53] Thanks for having me, Jason. Jason: [00:00:54] Yeah, man, excited to have you on. So tell us who you are and what do you do? Dan: [00:00:59] Uh, my name is Dan Sundgren. Uh, I started an agency over four years ago with a partner of mine, Scott Freeborn. The Genesis of our agency is FreeGren. After a long and laborious naming process, we mashed our names up at five o'clock and decided to call it good. And we named our company FreeGren because we're a 50-50 two-headed beast. And we've just had a blast last four years building our little agency up here in the Northwest. Um, Scott came from Dexcom Media. Um, my experience was with Google, and AOL, and Merkel. Uh, worked in-house and built teams for 20 plus years. Done quite a few things. And, uh, managed, in my estimation, over a billion dollars in paid advertising. Which at the very least gives me some scars on my back to figure something out, uh, you know, in the future. So, so that's what we're doing. Jason: [00:01:58] So I have one question that I have to ask, are you the one that would send out the AOL CDs to us? Dan: [00:02:04] Yeah, no, I, I think, I think, yeah, those were the… Jason: [00:02:09] For all the old people. Uh, for us to get on the internet, AOL literally used to send out CDs so we can get on the internet and they give us like 50 hours. Dan: [00:02:18] Yeah. The stacks of CDs, just carpet bombed in, in the mailboxes. Yeah. Jason: [00:02:24] I love it. Well, um, tell us, uh, you know, what, what did you do for Google? Um, and tell us a little bit about the early days. And did I get it right in the intro? Was it 2003 or four? Dan: [00:02:39] Yeah, I started, um, towards the end of 2003. Jason: [00:02:43] Wow. It must have been crazy seeing all that growth. Dan: [00:02:48] It, it was wild. Um, we were, obviously, we weren't public yet. Um, we would go down to campus in Mountain View because we started the Seattle office, a handful of us to really support the sales operation. The engineers weren't even here yet. And, um, we have these global sales summits down there every year for the first three years, I think. Which were, we would like rent, Google would rent the village of Lake Tahoe and just run wild and engineers would be running around with bottles of booze and it was a, it was a wild time. It was a very wild time. Um, got to meet chef Charlie who's, I don't know if you know the backstory, but Larry and Sergei hired The Grateful Dead chef. So chef Charlie was the guy who invented the entire food ecosystem at Google with just this gorgeous spreads and sushi bars and, you know, the works, right. That was his Genesis of, of like taking extra good care of people with their, you know, their stomachs. So it was really crazy to watch them reinvent the way companies even think about employees. Really, that's what they were doing. Jason: [00:03:56] I love the movie Internship that features Google like pre-show. Is it really like that? And you're like, no, it's just a lot more drinking. Dan: [00:04:07] I was, again, I was in the sales team, so, yeah. Um, so there was definitely, there was a definitely a class system at Google. Um, and I think there's still, it's very engineering-run. Um, sales is sort of, I think in the big picture at the company sales and marketing and sort of a nice to have, I guess we've got to have those folks. But really the brain it always has been is with engineers. It's an engineering-driven company. Um, not all tech companies are though, right? Some are very sales rooty. You know, um, some are a little of both. But they're still the hardcore… The engineers are running it. We know what's best for the user, blah, blah, blah. And I, you know, I don't know what it is today because it's so big, but… Jason: [00:04:53] Yeah, well, I remember, um, my dad was my stockbroker for many, many years. I remember when Google was about to go public and I said, I want to buy stock. I want to buy a lot of stock. Um, and he goes, no, no, no. $45 is way too much. Dan: [00:05:12] Reverse Dutch Auction. Yeah. I remember they came out with that and the engineers again decided, and Larry, and so you're like, we're smarter than the market. We're going to do a Reverse Dutch Auction and all the brokers were like, you can't do that. Like why not? And they did, they've constantly done things that are contrary to what you're supposed to do. Which I always found super refreshing, especially when I was working there. But I've watched them for the last 17, 18 years… geez. Continue to do things that sometimes you scratch your head and like… There's always something, right? Like Jason, like, oh, no broad match modified is going away. Or there's a big algo(rithm) change. I'm like, yeah. Okay. They're, they're just going to keep, I mean, of course, they're constantly…. Jason: [00:05:58] So, what, what have you learned from them and your years at Google? And did you guys call each other Googlers? Um, what did you guys…? Dan: [00:06:08] Googlers, yeah. I got my… Right behind me is my hat. See the new that's called a Noogler hat. Jason: [00:06:11] Oh, it is true. Dan: [00:06:16] You had to wear it your first day. It had a propeller. Jason: [00:06:19] Oh, that's funny. That's… Dan: [00:06:21] Yeah. Around campus. So it's, it's a real thing. Um, I think what I've taken away is that you don't necessarily have to have hard and fast rules. There's, there's always a different way to look at things. Um, there's always a different way to flip things on their head and kind of think about it differently. But, um, they inherently do obsess over their employees. They, they take ridiculously good care. And again, now it's 150,000 people, definitely different company, but it was clear from the get-go that this was a new paradigm of corporations. Of… We want to take care of every need you have. And your personal life as well. I mean, nursing station and dry cleaning and like… All that stuff, it all kind of adds up to you feel like you're in a very comfortable environment that you don't have to worry about a lot and you can just do great work. And really they have the 10, was it the 10 per 10% time or 20% time? Sorry, 20. Which again, one of those little Google things like take a day every week and just spitball stuff. Like, you know, that was unheard of, really. HP and Dell weren't doing that. Jason: [00:07:31] No, no, they were too corporate. Dan: [00:07:36] Yeah. It, you know, and so we, we try to like, with our little agency, we don't have any employees, actually. Um, we built a virtual agency from day one, Scott and I, um, have very, very deeply in, in trusted partners. And we rely on them to do a lot of the heavy lifting and the nitty gritty. But that's for, with 20 years of vetting really good partners that we've entrusted those people as part of our company. But they're independent contractors. Jason: [00:08:07] Yeah. Well, let's talk about that because I mean, you're, uh, a couple of million in revenue. And it's just you two, but you guys use contractors and strategic partners. And a lot of people are like, well, how do you do that? Right? Like what, like walk us through that a little bit. Dan: [00:08:27] Yeah. That's probably the hardest thing to do and also the most important. Um, luckily I've been very involved for 20 years in, uh, marketing, uh, networking groups. So, um, we have a group up here in the Northwest called Seattle Interactive, and, uh, um, I've been on the board of that since the inception. There's another group in Portland that's fantastic. It's um, they, they throw a search fast every year. It's SCM PDX, and I'm sort of the Seattle liaison there. So over the years. Um, I've slowly built this base on, you know, LinkedIn for instance of four or 5,000 people that I've met and talk to and, you know, kiss babies and shook hands and work the floor and how it got out there. And, and through that Genesis, you start to build, um, a couple things, a big, big network. But also, B, uh, sort of the spidey sense of people that you would want to work with and you can inherently trust and, um, you can feed off each other in a positive way. So you can kind of weed through a lot of that. And the metamorphosis of that great network is when we started this, I had just started calling people and I was like, so-and-so is really good. We should talk to them. And putting those p… those building blocks in place, and those partners are with us today, four years later. So, yeah, but it's hard and there's challenges, right? Not having employees versus outsourcing. Um, I'll be the first one to admit that when we were looking to scale a little bit and, you know, when people tap out, as far as their time and what they have to give you, because they have other clients too. We have to find some bench strength and that's, you know, we were very, very careful and meticulous about that. Jason: [00:10:21] Um, so how are you always recruiting that talent then and making sure like you can fill…? Dan: [00:10:30] Yeah. Uh, it's through, through my network, um, asking, you know, just literally asking around and talking to different folks, remembering people. Oh, you know that, I remember that guy was a WordPress developer. I met him. He was solid. Kind of, we interview and vet them like you might an employee, but for what they do as a contractor. And we have some hard and fast rules. We are myopic; I'll admit it, like we are US-based. We, uh, we just are myopic that way. I want… and even selfishly I'd like them to be on the West Coast. And even more, it would be great if they're in the backyard in Seattle or Portland. Because there's just so much great talent and good people. And then, you know, there's sort of that affinity. And, um, when you build a big network, you have a reputation to uphold and you know this as well as anyone, right? Um, your, your name is your brand, is your worth, uh, to sort of the greater… thing out there, which is business. And, uh, I take that pretty seriously. Like you, you know, if you spend 20 years nurturing a career, you don't want to sabotage that going, you know, by going out and doing crappy work and not taking care of clients. And, you know, because the word kind of gets out and you just don't want to be that person. You just want to continue to keep that bar high. Jason: [00:11:56] When you're an agency partner with Wix, you want unlock an entire digital ecosystem for creating, managing, and growing your agency. Get the full coding and design freedom to create anything your clients need. Along with the tools to manage and collaborate with your team seamlessly from anywhere. And when it comes to growing your agency, you can get matched with new leads every day and earn revenue share for every website you guys create. They're backed by the Wix Industry, leading security and site performance. You'll also have a dedicated account manager on standby 24/7. So you can reach your goals and start setting new ones. See for yourself, head over to wix.com/partners. And re-imagine what your agency can accomplish. Well, it takes what? 20 years to build a brand? And one second to tear it down. Dan: [00:12:56] Yeah, right? Yeah. Good adage. Jason: [00:12:59] Right? Like, we've seen that with many, I mean, I used to work for Arthur Anderson out of school. Right? And so we saw, you know, that was one of the biggest brands out there in the consulting practice. And then foom! You know, gone. So it's, uh, it's, you gotta be very, very careful, um, at that. Um, what is, this has all been amazing. I love to kind of see the origin story and how you kind of tapped into that. Is there anything else that I didn't ask you that you think, you know, the audience would benefit from of what you've learned over the past four years of have grown your agency, and congrats, very quickly? Dan: [00:13:45] Thanks. Um, well, a few, a few nuggets. I think that, um, and again, uh, I'm super transparent and love to share like you, so nothing's sort of off the table there. Um, but some nuggets that we picked up, um, from the get-go and still hold true are… Like the recurring revenue piece to me is the goal. Um, I just don't, I don't know how these web development shops go out and build their book every year. I, it's a head-scratcher it just seems like a nightmare to me. That's just my 2 cents. Um, so we built, um, really solid recurring revenue streams in for PPC, SEO, website maintenance and hosting. Um, where it's very repeatable it's, um, we can, we can forecast with it pretty well. Um, let me, I can tell you probably in 12 months where we'll be, you know, in the big picture and, um, it continues to build on itself. And we built our agency purposely pretty slow where I, I call it like we're, like a snake, right? Like we'll eat a big mouse and then we'll just, we'll take some time and digest. And, you know, we won't worry about getting a new client until we get that one dialed in and really plugged in and make their phone ring. Then we'll move, we'll move into the next, next mouse. And so we built it really slow on purpose with that recurring revenue in place. So that we have a predictable business model and that's, that's kind of been something that's been really critical to our success, I think. Um, and then do, you and I were talking before the show, uh, one of the best things you can do is figure out what you don't know. Like what are your blind spots? Um, and what's, and what's coming, right? Because, um, I was selling 88 x 31 banners in 99. And that was it. And 468 x 60s. So clearly things have gotten a little different Jason: [00:15:40] A little bit. Little change. Dan: [00:15:43] A little bit. Uh, yeah, it's always changing in, in social media and like, um, all the new flavors of media. You're still trying to reach an audience, but there's just different ways to do it. Different platforms, what's up and coming? Um, You gotta break some eggs to make an omelet. And you know, if Pinterest is something that we should try for our clients, let's give it a chest. Let's not be afraid to just, I don't want to stay like, this is what we do. These are the four channels we, we only know. Um, but also not, you know, spread yourself too thin and try and stay in your lane a little bit. So it's that balance, right? Jason: [00:16:16] Yeah, it totally is. Yeah. I mean, I totally agree with you on recurring revenue. Like it's… We all want, like, we all get into the agency space or create a business for predictability and freedom and money. But a lot of times we create this kind of prison around us and we don't have predictability. We don't have freedom, we don't have money. Right? Like, and we keep hiring more people. Um, but, uh, you know, when you actually start figuring out some of that. Like our, our agency, we were 80% project-based. And how we got through it and how we create a predictability is we just created a huge pipeline. Like I was chatting with a good buddy of mine a little while ago, and he was talking about how he's starting to resent some of his clients. And I told him, I said, look, buddy, like you're resenting your clients because you have a lead generation problem because you're too reliant on the existing client base. Rather than having a over abundance of people coming to you. And then you just pick it up. And then charging what you're actually worth. Um, so, but I, I agree with you on the recurring revenue. And also too, like, if you're not always learning… Like that's always been a core value in our agency and our business now. Even when we bring on people in the mastermind I'm like, you have to always be like, am I, what am I learning today? What are the lessons that today taught me? Or what are the lessons that the mistakes that I made last week or two seconds ago? Which happens a lot. That's what my team tells me a lot. Dan: [00:17:56] No, absolutely. And knowing when to say no and stay, when I say stay in your lane, Jason, is like… If a client came and said, hey, do you guys do TV and radio? We just, we trust you implicitly with the digital. I would be the first one to go. You know, we absolutely don't have any core expertise. That's just that staying in your lane, you know, that's, it's hard enough to stay on top of what we do do. Um, but maybe I could find a partner or, you know, maybe I could, I could vet, ask around that around town, whatever. Um, I think a lot of you get in that trap of no, let's do everything, you know, let's do 15 different disciplines. Um, and if you do want to get into that, you know, subject matter experts, either employees or contractors and get someone good to really do the work. Don't pretend you can, you know, learn on the fly sometimes if you're going to slot that in. Jason: [00:18:50] Yeah. And when you go to your clients that like, they give you that great honor, and be like, we trust you explicitly to do this and you go, hey, we don't feel comfortable with it, but let me connect you to two or three people. Like you, like, you're the connector. Like they will always come to you and they're coming to you for a problem and they'll keep coming rather than you take on a project that you just totally botch. And then it's just, it's over. Dan: [00:19:20] Yeah. Yeah. And then you're setting yourself up really, if you, if you take that, that other path, I think. Um, and trust, is it, I mean, that's, I guess if one, I mean, that's the big one, right? That's the cornerstone of everything is, is trust. And you probably hear time again from the best client relationships are that just it's like relationship. Like you've gone through the fire, you've broken some eggs to make the omelet. You've, you've fixed things that have broken. But you know what? That's good because it's like the Nordstrom thing, right? When, when you go to Nordstrom, I dunno, I haven't  been in Nordstrom for years. But their whole mantra was you don't like it? We'll, we'll take care of it. Like we're just going to take care of it, and you just know that when you go in. Um, it's that white glove service, you know, things are going to go haywire, but we will fix them. We'll make it right. We'll, we'll answer our phone. Um, I can't tell you how much negligence we continue to run into in the agency world. It's kind of, it's kind of disturbing, still, to take a client from an agency off the road and… They have no idea what they're getting. They just been stroking a check for 10 years. The guy won't call them back. They don't, they don't know where their Google analytics and their data is. They have no idea what's going on and they're paying like eight grand a month for 10 years. And the guy that won't courtesy call them back and it's still happening. And that's kind of why we started our, our shop because, um, Scott, uh, worked at a company and a lot of that was happening and you're just like, that shouldn't still be happening. Jason: [00:20:59] Yeah, I, it's amazing. So many people go to me as they're starting out and they go, uh, what's, what's the secret to scaling fast? I say, you have to be better than everyone else in the service that you deliver. Like, because I see so many, uh, these people will be nameless, but there are so many people that are really good at marketing themselves and selling. But then on delivering they fall down. And they're like, why can't we grow? But then they keep putting out content to show people that… I'm like, good gosh, like, your model is broken. Like, take that dog behind the shed and shoot it, like stop. You're not built for this, so… But, uh, yeah. It's uh, yeah, so it's a, it's always a breath of fresh air when I find people that can deliver results and that actually care, you know, uh, about that. So congrats on your success. Um, what's the website address where people can go and check out the agency? Dan: [00:22:05] It's free. freegren.com. Jason: [00:22:09] Awesome. Dan: [00:22:09] Or, or Jason, you can go to nobullshit.agency. Jason: [00:22:14] Oh, I like that one better. You should lead with that one. Dan: [00:22:18] And, and you'll, and you'll end up on our, on our homepage. Jason: [00:22:21] There you go. No bullshit dot agency? Oh, I love that. Yeah. Go there. Use that URL. That's way better. Dan: [00:22:29] You know? Um, it's, it's, it's a little, I guess, you know, it'd be a little bit, yeah, you know, in your face. Jason: [00:22:36] No, no. Like, like the people that you want to work with, just since you said that, like the people that you don't want to work with, they'll be the ones that get offended. It's kind of like what I say on the mastermind, like on our mastermind page, like our first core value is no douche bags. And if you're offended by it, well, you're probably not going to do well. Dan: [00:23:03] Yeah, yeah. We use the Tommy boy quote, you know, I will, you know, I can trust the butcher and put my head up cow's ass, but I might as well trust the butcher, you know, that, that old quote. Jason: [00:23:12] Exactly. I can quote that whole movie. Guarantee it's the best part. I got time. Dan: [00:23:23] Yeah, the movie quote. I can talk and movie quotes probably for a good five minutes. Jason: [00:23:27] Um, I think we should just come up with a podcast just to talk movie quotes, do it. Dan: [00:23:33] We should do it. We should do it. That'd be a challenge. Can you, how long can you talk and movie quotes? Jason: [00:23:36] Oh, I could do it for a long time. I mean, I just go back to the eighties and nineties movies that I grew up on, you know, exactly Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison. Dan: [00:23:49] Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Jason: [00:23:51] All those. Sorry. We're so derailed. What about hosting? Dan: [00:23:56] I like derailing. Derailing is good sometimes. Jason: [00:24:01] Well, awesome. Well, everyone go check out, um, nobullshit.agency. I love that URL. See, I even remember it. I don't even remember the other one. So, yeah, that's memorable. So go check that out. And um, if you guys want to be surrounded by amazing agency owners, because look… We all have blind spots like we talked about and other people can see them a lot better. I want to invite all of you to go to the digitalagencyelite.com and, uh, see if you qualify to be with the best agency owners all over the world, sharing what's working now. So you guys can grow your agency and scale it a lot faster and create that predictability, that freedom and the money that you want, and really the impact that you can have on the world. So go do that now. And until next time, have a Swenk day.

Football Writers Podcast
Can Ole Gunnar Solksjaer answer recurring doubts about his managerial quality?

Football Writers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 49:36


Mike Calvin, Anne Marie Batson and Richard Amofa assess Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's future at Manchester United in the light of the latest criticism of his approach. They sense similar issues with Mikel Arteta,praise the tactical acumen of Thomas Tuchel, and would love to see Robert Lewandowski at Liverpool. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fringe Radio Network
Where Did the Road Go? DOUBLE! - Wandering with Joshua Cutchin and Red Pill

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 91:51


A wide-ranging discussion ensues. Topics include phenomenology, "making the cut", Jeffrey Kripal, non-judgmental research without getting stuck on the true/false dichotomy, the importance of broad trends in the paranormal vs. singular incidents, recurring motifs and archetypes in the paranormal and folklore, efforts to purge serious study of the paranormal of falsehoods, Roswell, phenomena appearing in fiction before being experienced by witnesses, the imaginal vs. the imaginary, Betty and Barney Hill, "The Outer Limits", co-creation, dogmatic skepticism, morphogenic field theory, medieval European explorers' descriptions of distant animals, psi research, Anjali, fakery and scams in the paranormal community, George Adamski, George P. Hansen, the concept of a gray basket, "Dr. Jonathan Reed" and his screaming alien, Steven Greer, shamans and sleight of hand, ritual in medicine, folk remedies, the power of belief, Edgar Cayce, Stanley Krippner, Patrick Harpur, non-physical entities leaving physical effects, synchronicities, Jung's "plum pudding synchronicity", Josh's most intense personal synchronicity, a fascinating deep dive into Travis Walton's abduction story and ongoing controversies (including a similar story from France in the 1500's), and more.

Film Addicts
Adam Lazarre-White *Actor, Audiobook Narrator, Writer NCIS New Orleans & Director. Currently Recurring on The Upshaws (Netflix) Pt. 1

Film Addicts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 29:02


Adam Lazarre-White, know as an actor and audiobook narrator, is also a writer and director. He has spent the last year writing for NCIS New Orleans Final Season 7 while simultaneously recurring on the new hit comedy from Netflix, “The Upshaws” starring across from Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes. Adam grew up in New York City, went to public school, The Fieldston School and then Harvard University, graduating with Honors in Government & Political Philosophy. He started at Quarterback for ‘The Harvard Crimson' and played guitar and saxophone in The Harvard Jazz Band. For summer jobs he wrote script coverage for Columbia Pictures, then later in life, for Robbie Brenner(The Firm, Relativity Media, Miramax, etc...). Adam's first script, “Other Sides Of The River”, was a ‘coming of age' interracial love story set at Harvard. Other early work was a generational saga based on his family's journey from slavery to activism in the Civil Rights Movement, “Red, Black & Blue”. He was a senior writer on Vin Desil's ground-breaking web-series, The ROPES (Netflix). Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, The Blacklist, Lethal Weapon, Glow; and as “Ian” on Heroes. Credits include: Uncle Drew, Flinch (Amazon Prime w/Danny Zovatto & Kathy Moriarty), Rosewood, Criminal Minds, Royal Pains, Private Practice, MFA (w/ Clifton Collins), Forgiveness (festival winner listed above), Torn (winner - Rhode Island Film Fest.) and Love's Routine (w/ Willam Defoe). Thank you for listening & supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent *Royal Girl* Funds will go to sound and editing. Paypal (friends & family) petcarebuddies@gmail.com https://www.patreon.com/sneakies Instagram @marylinartist LinkedIn: Marylin Hebert Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos ****Sub :) Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ MMJ Book I The Battle of the Black Witch https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK MMJ Book II Unleashing the Dark One Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I MMJ Book III The Mask of the Parallel World An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ MMJ Book IV The Quest for the Golden Key https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Top kids podcast: Enchanting Book Readings https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enchanting-book-readings-reviews/id1498296670 Other awesome podcasts: Thrilling Stories, Enchanting Book Readings, Girl's Guide To Investing, Legitimately Mallie & The Haunting Dairies of Emily Jane. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlmogul/support Thank you for listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmaddicts/support

Spark! with Shereen
Can you make a living creating content?

Spark! with Shereen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 7:42


In this episode, we discuss the topic of content platforms being in a bit of a tiff over luring creators in. In addition to offering “winning” features and functionalities, another (and most obvious) incentive has proven to be good old cash *cha-ching*.In this episode we discuss:Platform incentives = payday (YouTube and Facebook vs. Patreon),Recurring payments from fans (features by Substack, Tumblr, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Quora),Grants from Platforms,My latest podcast with Kef Connect on the topic of the tech startup scene in the Middle East.Want to read the episode instead? Access the show notes here, and subscribe to our newsletter whilst you're on our site.Feel like socializing? Connect with us on Instagram and Linkedin.Got something you'd like to discuss with us? Email us at hello@sparkwithshereen.comWe're a studio that produces original content & provides content-as-a-service.Podcasts hosted by @shereenabdulla.

Banana Land
The Bananaland EP

Banana Land

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 93:40


Recurring guests John and Max join forces to talk about all things. From white-collar work compared to blue-collar, owning businesses and investing, if you want some very adult content look no further! 

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
9 - 3-21 HAIRCUTS AND RECURRING DISAGREEMENTS

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 9:14


9 - 3-21 HAIRCUTS AND RECURRING DISAGREEMENTS by Maine's Coast 93.1

The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast
Take Five, Take 7: Prisoner of Azkaban, 30:01-35:00

The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 80:01


Recurring guest Shut Up Tim returns to once again attempt to shed light on the way Alfonso's beautiful, dark twisted mind works. In this five minutes, Harry attends Divination and Care of Magical Creatures, though we're not quite yet to HEH! WOOO! Please consider supporting us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/realweirdsistersNew episodes are released every Monday and special topics shows are released periodically. Don't forget to subscribe to our show to make sure you never miss an episode!