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Epic Real Estate Investing
Are You Focused on the Right Thing? w/Brad Chandler | 1247

Epic Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 38:35


Motivation is our burning fuel when it comes to business success. In this episode, Matt is joined by Brad Chandler, a real estate expert and a coach for achieving the freedom and happiness we all deserve. Matt and the guest talk about how right focusing can make the results that we want in both our professional and personal life. Stay tuned and hear more about this extraordinarily important topic. BUT BEFORE THAT, Matt talks about tax secrets and loopholes for 1%. Are you ready? Let's go! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Outspoken with Shana Cosgrove
From the Rafters: Frankie Velez, President of Praxis Engineering.

Outspoken with Shana Cosgrove

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 49:16


Presence, Ambition, and Balance.In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Frankie Velez, President of Praxis Engineering, a General Dynamics Information Technology (GD-IT) company working to support U.S. military and intelligence agencies in solving complex problems. Frankie tells Shana about growing up between Puerto Rico, Connecticut, and Florida, then choosing to join the Navy which led to his start in intelligence. Frankie talks about the path he took to reach his current leadership position at Praxis and discusses with Shana the shift in perspective that goes with moving up from project management—where technical proficiency is paramount—to executive roles—where critical thinking and communicating with team members become vitally important. He explains how he knew he wanted to be a company president, how he learned to seek balance and develop a ‘leadership compass' along the way, and how it all might have turned out differently if, as a long-haired teenage surfer, he had accepted that invite to train for Pro-Am competition. QUOTES“I always, always, always run my decisions through my team—specifically, my immediate leaders. Because I want to make sure that I'm putting my best foot forward and I want to make sure that I've thought through the risk. There's no way I can have all the answers, so I have to depend on my team.” - Frankie Velez [27:24]“What makes you happy? You need to focus on that. Because your better self is never going to be what you bring forth if you're not happy. If you're living for somebody else, or for something else, or for some ideal that's not what you really believe in, it doesn't help you.” - Frankie Velez [37:29]“I publish my [leadership compass] and I put myself on notice. In other words, ‘Here are my expectations, here is what I expect from you, and here is how I am going to lead you to success [ . . . ] and you are more than welcome to hold me accountable if I am not living to those expectations.'” - Frankie Velez [33:45] TIMESTAMPS[00:04] Intro[01:54] Meet Frankie Velez[04:51] On Being Present as the President of Praxis[08:39] From Boeing Intelligence to Praxis[11:18] Critical Thinking and the Executive Interview[14:08] Praxis as Industry Leader and Employee-Focused Entity[15:50] On Being a GDIT Subsidiary: Who Do We Want to Be?[18:58] Growing up in Connecticut, Puerto Rico, and Florida[21:54] Choosing the Navy, Building Knowledge and Networks Post-Retirement[25:30] On Stepping Stones and Ambition [29:50] Learning on and off the Job, Getting Past “Failing at Leadership”[32:49] Does Your Team Know What Your Expectations Are? [36:30] To Young People: Do What Makes You Happy[40:07] Pause and Make Change[43:45] Holding Yourself Accountable and Doing the Right Thing[48:53] OutroRELEVANT LINKSFrankie Velez on LinkedInNyla Technology SolutionsI'd love to hear from you -- your feedback is important to me and I read all of it. If you enjoyed the podcast, I hope you'll give us 5 stars. I'll be sure to thank you via email. If not, let me know what you think we should do differently. Don't forget to hit “subscribe” so you'll receive notifications about guest interviews and other topics that drop every Tuesday.Live well, Shana

The AnchorED City
S3:E11 - The Hydra of Homelessness: Doing The Right Thing – The Rural / Urban Divide w/ Jasmine Boyle & Brian Wilson

The AnchorED City

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 59:50


On this episode we talk with Jasmine Boyle (Chief Operating Officer, RurAL Cap, Inc.) and Brian Wilson (Executive Director, The Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness) about the rural / urban divide in Alaska. We talk about how those experiencing homelessness in the largest city in the state are not Anchorage's homeless population, but Alaska's, the need for housing of all types statewide, and doing the right thing. https://www.alaskahousing-homeless.org/ https://www.facebook.com/AKCH2.Alaska/   https://ruralcap.org/ https://www.facebook.com/RurALCAP https://www.instagram.com/rural_alaska_cap/   #anchoredcity   Information about Culture Shift – Dec. 7, 2022: https://www.akhf.org/events/culture-shift-2-2   Resources Used to Make This Episode: Smith, D.W., 2011, Seeking a city with foundations: Theology for an urban world, InterVarsity Press, Nottingham.   Jefferson, M., [1939] 1989, ‘Why geography? The law of the primate city', Geographical Review 79(2), 226-232. https://doi.org/10.2307/215528   Isserman, A. M. (1996). “It's Obvious, It's Wrong, and Anyway They Said It Years Ago”? Paul Krugman on Large Cities. International Regional Science Review, 19(1–2), 37–48. https://doi.org/10.1177/016001769601900204

Spiritual Tools for an Outrageous World
Why Is It So Hard to Do the Right Thing?

Spiritual Tools for an Outrageous World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 60:21


Helpful tools for unifying the mind and the heart, plus an amazing analysis of Esav, one of the most tragic figures in the Torah Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time
+1: Immediate-Gratification (#1343)

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 4:17


From Doing the Right Thing for the Win!   In our last few +1s, we've been talking about The Law of Cause and Effect.   We started with Michael Singer's wisdom. Then we went old school with Jesus and Epictetus.    I promised we'd talk about what modern SCIENCE has to say about applying the basic ideas of The Law of Cause and Effect to the process of optimizing our lives.   That's what we'll do Today.   But…   First…   As we journey back from 2,000 years ago to today, let's pause briefly and see what another one of my favorite teachers had to say about the subject.   In 1841, the great American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote an essay called “Compensation” in which he did his thing by integrating wisdom from the East with our Western perspective.   He tells us: “Cause and effect, means and ends, seed and fruit, cannot be severed; for the effect already blooms in the cause, the end preexists in the means, the fruit in the seed.”   Yep.    There you go.   The Law of Cause and Effect.   Now…   On to the science!   Here's the short story.   Research shows that people who can MAKE THE CONNECTION between the things they do and the Energy/Productivity/Connection they feel NOW are MUCH MORE likely to actually DO THE THINGS they say they want to do than people who don't make that connection.   Michelle Segar calls it having “the right why.”   In her great book, No Sweat, she tells us that people who succeed in consistently engaging in healthy behaviors like eating well, moving their bodies and getting good sleep have CONCRETE goals rather than abstract goals.    When you ask people who ACTUALLY DO the things they know are best for them, they will, essentially, tell you that the reason they do them is TO FEEL GREAT NOW.   Unfortunately, most of us (75% of the people in her research!) have abstract goals like “getting healthier” or “losing weight.”   Those might be good reasons but they're not EFFECTIVE reasons.   As it turns out, Michelle tells us that: “The vast majority of the participants whose goals were weight loss and better health spent the least amount of time exercising overall—up to 32 percent less than those with other goals.”   Why?   Because the people who ACTUALLY did the things that were good for them made CONCRETE connections between what they did and how they felt.   They exercised to enhance the quality of their daily lives—to create a sense of well-being, a feeling of being energized and centered. They found a way to get *immediate* gratification out of their exercise—which is a LOT more effective than pursuing some future, abstract target.   As Michelle tells us: “Human beings, it turns out, are hardwired to choose immediate gratification over long-term benefits.”   She describes the “lose weight” and “get healthy” goals as too fuzzy and abstract and clinical and calls them the “Wrong Why.” When we lead with those Whys, our exercise becomes a chore— which then leads to a failure. Who does chores with sustained enthusiasm?!   So…   Want to give yourself the best chance at getting more Energized, Productive, and Connected by doing the things that will help you enjoy those fruits of your Heroic behaviors?   Again…   MAKE THE CONNECTION between what you do RIGHT NOW and how you feel RIGHT AFTER.   Then give yourself the gift of Heroic levels of Energy, Productivity, and Connection.   The Law of Cause and Effect.   Let's use it.   And change our lives.    TODAY.

Randy Bettis' Podcast
Episode 58: DJ Randy Bettis presents: Do The Right Thing

Randy Bettis' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 60:01


All my life amazing women have played a part if counseling me, teaching me, supporting me, teaching me right from wrong, loving me unconditionally, and giving me the opportunity to find my place in this world. This mix set is the debut of my newest remix, “It's My Body”, written by Steven Skeels with vocals by Rasheeda Azar and remixed by the BetBoyz (David James Boyd & Me), which is a vocal anthem dedicated to a woman's personal freedom and personal choice. “It's my body, not YOUR body, no one can tell me what I should do”.I dedicate this mix set to all those who believe in freedom of personal choice, who believe in the foundation of the American Constitution, and those women who, in my life have always chosen, no matter how hard it is, to DO THE RIGHT THING.PLAYLIST: Do The Right Thing - Quentin Harris & Inaya Day (Extended Mix) Hell Yeah - Lenny Fontana & Vangela Crowe (David Morales NYC Club Remix) Woman Like Me - Chaka Khan (Terry Hunter Club) Get Here - DJ Spen pres. Dawn Tallman (DJ Spen, Gary Hudgins & David Harness Extended Vocal Mix) Unconditional Love - KC & The Sunshine Band (Eric Kupper Club Mix) Hold Me Closer - Elton John & Britney Spears (Joel Corry Extended Mix) Self Religion (Believe In Me) - Hardsoul feat Fierce Ruling Diva (CASSIMM Extended Remix) More Than I Want - Lesgo Ft. Penny F (Extended Mix) Can't Look Back - Kristine W (James Hurr Club Mix) Unstoppable - Nakia (Dave Aude Extended Mix) Your Body - Block & Crown, Kegyi (Original Mix Extended) It's My Body - Steven Skeels Ft. Rasheeda Azar (Randy Bettis & Boyd's Extended Anthem Mix) Recorded live at DJRB/BetBoyz Studio | NYC

The Leadership Podcast
TLP334: Values and Virtues

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 46:23


Jan Rutherford and Jim Vaselopulos, the hosts of The Leadership Podcast, explore core values based on the six cardinal virtues. Follow the discussion in this important episode to be reminded how the cardinal virtues apply in life and at work, and how you and your organization can move forward by going back to the fundamentals of leadership. https://bit.ly/TLP-333   Key Takeaways [1:25] Jan and Jim have both received a lot of very positive texts about Episode 332, featuring Richie Norton, who talked about the brevity of life. Jan sees that people are planning frantically for next year. [3:05] Leaders are making sure they don't get caught up in emotions but look at the facts. Jim refers to past guest Alan Beaulieu and ITR Economics. The slowdown we're feeling is a slowdown in the rate of growth, not a recession. Slowing from 25% growth to 9% growth feels like the airbags just came on. Don't overreact. [5:20] The numbers come from our words, deeds, and our ability to work through other people. Leaders get people to do things willingly that they would not do otherwise. How we lead depends on our values. Ask what is the most important thing, the second-most important, the third-most important, and so forth. We need to prioritize what we value and translate those values into behaviors we can observe. [6:47] If we say we value integrity, what is the observable behavior that comes from that value? Is hitting the number that top priority, or are people a priority? [7:42] It doesn't matter what you say, it matters what you do. Your culture is a product of your daily decisions and how you treat people. [8:53] Jim recalls an experience from his first college internship at Glenview Tool Company. The owner, Mike Sciortino told him that a security device can't prevent all theft but it can help keep honest people honest. Jim says, as leaders, let's help people do the right thing. Let's encourage them. [11:04] Jan shares a recent airline experience where “the system” wouldn't allow the airline to fix a problem. The system should be for people! [11:40] Jan explains the six cardinal virtues: Wisdom, Courage, Humanity, Justice, Temperance, and Transcendence. Wisdom is built upon curiosity. We have to reward curiosity if we want people to be able to identify problems. Daily, use the statement, “That's a great question!” Reward questions! It's important to catch people doing right. [17:15] Take the focus of questions away from yourself and put it on the other person. Instead of saying, “I don't understand this, can you explain it to me?” say, “That's fascinating. Help me understand why you're going about it that way.” [18:12] Courage gets a lot of talk these days. The best business translation of courage is honesty. Sometimes we say authentic. Jan coached a client who had been honest to their boss, but their boss just got quiet, as though wounded. If we want the truth, we need to hear it. Jim cites Choosing Courage, by Jim Detert. Courage is related to timing. Sometimes, wait for the right moment instead of blurting it out. [21:45] Jan's client recently told him that part of being courageous is not being complicit. Don't keep quiet about stuff. [22:39] Employees always have three choices about their workplace: Suck it up and deal with a toxic culture, try to change it, or leave. What do you stand for? What are you willing to compromise on, or not? It's not like there's much greener grass in different places, but there is different grass in all the organizations. You don't have to be complicit in a toxic culture or abusive leadership. [24:40] Humanity is simple kindness or the Golden Rule. This can be hard because there's a lot of competition. There's tunnel vision. Some niceties go by the wayside. But research shows that human kindness works. Humans respond best to positive reinforcement. Humanity is a decision that doesn't depend on anyone else. Just be kind, even if people are mean to you. It's doing the right thing. [28:01] Jan tells of going from being a sergeant to being an officer. He was told, “You don't have to speak like the soldiers; you can be above that.” It's a matter of respect. If you try to fit in by speaking the cool lingo, it is inauthentic. [28:58] Justice is fairness. Organizations are asking people to be fair to one another. But, in personalized leadership, you can't treat everybody the same, because of their individuality and the work function they have. People want one-on-one time with their leader. In all that, we have to be sure we're being perceived as being fair. Encourage others in the organization to be fair and equitable. [33:19] Temperance is self-discipline. Without self-discipline and sacrifice, we can't tackle big goals. John Wooden taught players how to put on socks and shoes so they wouldn't get blisters. In business, we are missing so many fundamentals, such as starting and ending meetings on time and being predictable. [35:00] Jim says discipline is respect. Showing up to meetings on time is respectful of everybody's time. Discipline with personal and business goals is respect for how important those goals are. If you don't have self-discipline, you probably don't have self-respect. Discipline thrives when you have respect. If you don't have self-respect, discipline falters. [36:29] Transcendence is spirituality. In work, Jan sees it as being gracious and operating with gratitude. Jim reminds us that in the grand scheme of things, our role is small. How do you relate to the universe and other people and creatures? Barry Schwartz, in Practical Wisdom, told of janitors in a cancer care unit operating with graciousness because the patients were in great need and having a hard time. [38:19] The transcendent behavior of the janitors improved the condition of the patients, who were at their most humiliating moments. The janitors were looking at the bigger picture than cleaning up a mess. In high-performing organizations, people operate with that level of transcendence. People who win the Medal of Honor are operating with transcendence, also known as Mission, Vision, and Values. [39:20] Companies are not started for the sake of creating a great culture. A company starts because there is a market need, and they think they can help people. More people get involved and then they think about having a good company, which means having a good culture. People are tribal. The cardinal virtues are the rules to get along with our tribe and be of service to other humans in other tribes. [40:50] Things feel out of hand because we've gotten so far from the fundamentals. As you look at planning, go back and say, “Are we making this too complicated?” [42:24] Closing quote: Remember, “Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.” — Maya Angelou   Quotable Quotes “As [Richie Norton] reminded us, ‘Life is short' isn't a cliché, it's true. and ‘Don't defer your dreams.' Boy, that show resonated!” — Jan “We had some sectors that were growing at 25% and now they're only going to grow at 9%, so it feels like the airbags just came on because we're slowing down from 25 to 9. … The slowdown is huge but it's still a rate of growth. … Let's not overreact.” — Jim “[As a leader,] you're basically saying, ‘Let's change the trajectory, let's improve performance, let's do something different that you wouldn't have done if I didn't intercede.'” — Jan “Your culture isn't what you want it to be. Your culture is a product of the decisions you make on a daily basis. … Do [you] respect people? Do [you] listen to them when they have a concern?” — Jim “If people aren't asking questions around you, you might be the emperor without clothes.” — Jim “There is a way to ask a question so that it will never be perceived as stupid. … [Instead of ‘I don't understand this,' say], ‘That's really fascinating. What made you think to do it that way?' or ‘Help me understand why you're going about it that way.'” — Jim “We see what's going on in big tech right now; it's all fear. It's awful. People are afraid to speak up.” — Jan “It's not like there's much greener grass in different places, but there is different grass in all the organizations. They're different. There might be a place where the values line up better with what you're all about. You don't have to be complicit in a toxic culture.” — Jan “Humanity is a decision that doesn't depend on anyone else. If you're going to be kind, just be kind, even if people are mean to you.” — Jim “As leaders, we've got to encourage others in the organization to be fair and equitable.” — Jan “We know this: Without a certain amount of self-discipline and sacrifice, you can't tackle big goals and defer short-term pleasures. It's really hard. And any organization has really long-term goals.” — Jan “No company that I know of was started to create a great culture. … Every company starts because there's a market need and they think they can help other human beings. And then they get more people involved. And then they say, … ``We should have a good company!” — Jan “We are tribal. To me, these cardinal virtues are the rules for us to behave in a certain way to get along with our tribe and to deliver services, offerings, and products to other humans in other tribes. That's what we're doing.” — Jan “Everything feels like it's out of hand because we've gotten so far from the fundamentals.” — Jan   Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Rafti Advisors. LLC Self-Reliant Leadership. LLC Interact with Jan and Jim on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Richie Norton Alan Beaulieu ITR Economics Choosing Courage: The Everyday Guide to Being Brave at Work, by Jim Detert Jim Detert Kim Cameron The Positive Coaching Alliance Jim Thompson All I Really Need to Know, I learned in Kindergarten: Uncommon Thoughts on Common Things, by Robert Fulghum Discipline is Destiny: The Power of Self-Control, by Ryan Holiday John Wooden Kareem Abdul-Jabaar Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing, by Barry Schwartz and Kenneth Sharpe Medal of Honor The Marshmallow Test

Keeping It Roehl
Mason Gukenberger - Customer Marketing & Engagement Manager

Keeping It Roehl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 38:43


In this Thanksgiving week episode, Mason Gukenberger, Roehl's Customer Marketing & Engagement Manager, joins Michael and Russell Parker. Mason talks about the many roles he has with Roehl. From customer pricing and service, to advocating for our driving teammates, to many ways TeamRoehl gives back (Scholarship, United Way and sustainability) as part of our corporate responsibility and Living Our Values of Do the Right Thing and Delivering Success.Learn more about Roehl Transport, one of North America's safest and most successful trucking companies. 

NC Policy Watch
Tillis and Burr do the right thing on marriage equality

NC Policy Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 1:05


The post Tillis and Burr do the right thing on marriage equality appeared first on NC Policy Watch.

Johnson Ferry Sermons
The Wrong Way to Do the Right Thing

Johnson Ferry Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022


Positive Impact
#136: 10 Steps to Build Your Confidence

Positive Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 26:39


Inspired by John Maxwell's book, "The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth." Guard Your Self-Talk Stop Comparing Yourself to Others Move Beyond Your Limiting Beliefs Add Value to Others Do the Right Thing, Even if it's the Hard Thing Practice a Small Discipline Daily in a Specific Area of Your Life Celebrate Small Victories Embrace a Positive Vision for Your Life Based on What You Value Practice the One-Word Strategy Take Responsibility For Your Life "I wish I could sit down with you, hear your story, and encourage you specifically in your journey. If you've had a difficult time and you don't feel good about yourself, I want to tell you that you do have value. You matter. Your life can change, and you can make a difference-no matter what kind of background you have or where you came from. No matter what traumas or mistakes you've made, you can learn and grow. You can become the person you have the potential to be. You just need to believe in yourself to get started. And every time you take a step, think a positive thought, make a good choice, practice a small discipline, you're moving one step closer. Just keep moving forward, and keep believing."

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr
Black Panther Costume Designer Ruth Carter on Creating the Visual World of Wakanda

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 38:12


Academy Award–winning costume designer Ruth Carter has spent over three decades in film, television, and theater, where she's collaborated with prolific directors such as Spike Lee, Steven Spielberg, and Ava DuVernay and run costume departments for films such as Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X, Selma, Amistad, and, of course, Black Panther. On this episode, Carter breaks down how she fuses rich cultural histories with futuristic technology in her designs in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Leadership Podcast
TLP333: Values and Virtues

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 43:05


Jan Rutherford and Jim Vaselopulos, the hosts of The Leadership Podcast, explore core values based on the six cardinal virtues. Follow the discussion in this important episode to be reminded how the cardinal virtues apply in life and at work, and how you and your organization can move forward by going back to the fundamentals of leadership. https://bit.ly/TLP-333   Key Takeaways [1:25] Jan and Jim have both received a lot of very positive texts about Episode 332, featuring Richie Norton, who talked about the brevity of life. Jan sees that people are planning frantically for next year. [3:05] Leaders are making sure they don't get caught up in emotions but look at the facts. Jim refers to past guest Alan Beaulieu and ITR Economics. The slowdown we're feeling is a slowdown in the rate of growth, not a recession. Slowing from 25% growth to 9% growth feels like the airbags just came on. Don't overreact. [5:20] The numbers come from our words, deeds, and our ability to work through other people. Leaders get people to do things willingly that they would not do otherwise. How we lead depends on our values. Ask what is the most important thing, the second-most important, the third-most important, and so forth. We need to prioritize what we value and translate those values into behaviors we can observe. [6:47] If we say we value integrity, what is the observable behavior that comes from that value? Is hitting the number that top priority, or are people a priority? [7:42] It doesn't matter what you say, it matters what you do. Your culture is a product of your daily decisions and how you treat people. [8:53] Jim recalls an experience from his first college internship at Glenview Tool Company. The owner, Mike Sciortino told him that a security device can't prevent all theft but it can help keep honest people honest. Jim says, as leaders, let's help people do the right thing. Let's encourage them. [11:04] Jan shares a recent airline experience where “the system” wouldn't allow the airline to fix a problem. The system should be for people! [11:40] Jan explains the six cardinal virtues: Wisdom, Courage, Humanity, Justice, Temperance, and Transcendence. Wisdom is built upon curiosity. We have to reward curiosity if we want people to be able to identify problems. Daily, use the statement, “That's a great question!” Reward questions! It's important to catch people doing right. [17:15] Take the focus of questions away from yourself and put it on the other person. Instead of saying, “I don't understand this, can you explain it to me?” say, “That's fascinating. Help me understand why you're going about it that way.” [18:12] Courage gets a lot of talk these days. The best business translation of courage is honesty. Sometimes we say authentic. Jan coached a client who had been honest to their boss, but their boss just got quiet, as though wounded. If we want the truth, we need to hear it. Jim cites Choosing Courage, by Jim Detert. Courage is related to timing. Sometimes, wait for the right moment instead of blurting it out. [21:45] Jan's client recently told him that part of being courageous is not being complicit. Don't keep quiet about stuff. [22:39] Employees always have three choices about their workplace: Suck it up and deal with a toxic culture, try to change it, or leave. What do you stand for? What are you willing to compromise on, or not? It's not like there's much greener grass in different places, but there is different grass in all the organizations. You don't have to be complicit in a toxic culture or abusive leadership. [24:40] Humanity is simple kindness or the Golden Rule. This can be hard because there's a lot of competition. There's tunnel vision. Some niceties go by the wayside. But research shows that human kindness works. Humans respond best to positive reinforcement. Humanity is a decision that doesn't depend on anyone else. Just be kind, even if people are mean to you. It's doing the right thing. [28:01] Jan tells of going from being a sergeant to being an officer. He was told, “You don't have to speak like the soldiers; you can be above that.” It's a matter of respect. If you try to fit in by speaking the cool lingo, it is inauthentic. [28:58] Justice is fairness. Organizations are asking people to be fair to one another. But, in personalized leadership, you can't treat everybody the same, because of their individuality and the work function they have. People want one-on-one time with their leader. In all that, we have to be sure we're being perceived as being fair. Encourage others in the organization to be fair and equitable. [33:19] Temperance is self-discipline. Without self-discipline and sacrifice, we can't tackle big goals. John Wooden taught players how to put on socks and shoes so they wouldn't get blisters. In business, we are missing so many fundamentals, such as starting and ending meetings on time and being predictable. [35:00] Jim says discipline is respect. Showing up to meetings on time is respectful for everybody's time. Discipline with personal and business goals is respect for how important those goals are. If you don't have self-discipline, you probably don't have self-respect. Discipline thrives when you have respect. If you don't have self-respect, discipline falters. [36:29] Transcendence is spirituality. In work, Jan sees it as being gracious and operating with gratitude. Jim reminds us that in the grand scheme of things, our role is small. How do you relate to the universe and other people and creatures? Barry Schwartz, in Practical Wisdom, told of janitors in a cancer care unit operating with graciousness because the patients were in great need and having a hard time. [38:19] The transcendent behavior of the janitors improved the condition of the patients, who were at their most humiliating moments. The janitors were looking at the bigger picture than cleaning up a mess. In high-performing organizations, people operate with that level of transcendence. People who win the Medal of Honor are operating with transcendence, also known as Mission, Vision, and Values. [39:20] Companies are not started for the sake of creating a great culture. A company starts because there is a market need, and they think they can help people. More people get involved and then they think about having a good company, which means having a good culture. People are tribal. The cardinal virtues are the rules to get along with our tribe and be of service to other humans in other tribes. [40:50] Things feel out of hand because we've gotten so far from the fundamentals. As you look at planning, go back and say, “Are we making this too complicated?” [42:24] Closing quote: Remember, “Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.” — Maya Angelou   Quotable Quotes “As [Richie Norton] reminded us, ‘Life is short' isn't a cliché, it's true. and ‘Don't defer your dreams.' Boy, that show resonated!” — Jan “We had some sectors that were growing at 25% and now they're only going to grow at 9%, so it feels like the airbags just came on because we're slowing down from 25 to 9. … The slowdown is huge but it's still a rate of growth. … Let's not overreact.” — Jim “[As a leader,] you're basically saying, ‘Let's change the trajectory, let's improve performance, let's do something different that you wouldn't have done if I didn't intercede.'” — Jan “Your culture isn't what you want it to be. Your culture is a product of the decisions you make on a daily basis. … Do [you] respect people? Do [you] listen to them when they have a concern?” — Jim “If people aren't asking questions around you, you might be the emperor without clothes.” — Jim “There is a way to ask a question so that it will never be perceived as stupid. … [Instead of ‘I don't understand this,' say], ‘That's really fascinating. What made you think to do it that way?' or ‘Help me understand why you're going about it that way.'” — Jim “We see what's going on in big tech right now; it's all fear. It's awful. People are afraid to speak up.” — Jan “It's not like there's much greener grass in different places, but there is different grass in all the organizations. They're different. There might be a place where the values line up better with what you're all about. You don't have to be complicit in a toxic culture.” — Jan “Humanity is a decision that doesn't depend on anyone else. If you're going to be kind, just be kind, if people are mean to you.” — Jim “As leaders, we've got to encourage others in the organization to be fair and equitable.” — Jan “We know this: Without a certain amount of self-discipline and sacrifice, you can't tackle big goals and defer short-term pleasures. It's really hard. And any organization has really long-term goals.” — Jan “No company that I know of was started to create a great culture. … Every company starts because there's a market need and they think they can help other human beings. And then they get more people involved. And then they say, … ``We should have a good company!” — Jan “We are tribal. To me, these cardinal virtues are the rules for us to behave in a certain way to get along with our tribe and to deliver services, offerings, and products to other humans in other tribes. That's what we're doing.” — Jan “Everything feels like it's out of hand because we've gotten so far from the fundamentals.” — Jan   Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Rafti Advisors. LLC Self-Reliant Leadership. LLC Interact with Jan and Jim on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Richie Norton Alan Beaulieu ITR Economics Mike Sciortino Choosing Courage: The Everyday Guide to Being Brave at Work, by Jim Detert Jim Detert Kim Cameron The Positive Coaching Alliance Jim Thompson All I Really Need to Know, I learned in Kindergarten: Uncommon Thoughts on Common Things, by Robert Fulghum Discipline is Destiny: The Power of Self-Control, by Ryan Holiday John Wooden Kareem Abdul-Jabaar Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing, by Barry Schwartz and Kenneth Sharpe Medal of Honor The Marshmallow Test

Max LucadoMax Lucado
Saying Yes to the Right Thing

Max LucadoMax Lucado

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022


After Christ's forty-day pause in the wilderness, the people of Capernaum tried to keep him from leaving them. But he...

Second Life
Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Black Panther Costume Designer Ruth Carter on Creating the Visual World of Wakanda

Second Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 38:12


Academy Award–winning costume designer Ruth Carter has spent over three decades in film, television, and theater, where she's collaborated with prolific directors such as Spike Lee, Steven Spielberg, and Ava DuVernay and run costume departments for films such as Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X, Selma, Amistad, and, of course, Black Panther. On this episode, Carter breaks down how she fuses rich cultural histories with futuristic technology in her designs in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Unthinkable with Jay Acunzo
The Best Thing to Do Is The Right Thing

Unthinkable with Jay Acunzo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 41:11


For years, the promise of content marketing far exceeded its reality. But more than ever, brands -- even in B2B, the more "boring" cousin to consumer businesses -- are creating content that gives us reason to believe: creativity, community, and capitalism and not only co-exist, but for-profit can be used for-good. Today, the story of In the Works, a publication from the software company Help Scout. We go inside the decisions and the strategy of both the company's CEO and the head of content responsible for crafting a brand new publication with a bold mission.There, we find the true dividing line between brands who do this whole storytelling stuff well ... aaand everyone else. REFER A FRIEND:Love the show? Help others find us in their favorite podcast player by sharing this link: jayacunzo.com/unthinkable-podcast***INSIDE THIS EPISODE:Nick Francis: Twitter | LinkedInHillary Noble: Twitter | LinkedInHelp ScoutIn The WorksThe Chezie storyList of brands building in-house media arms***SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTER:Playing Favorites newsletter: stories and frameworks for creating work that resonates.***CONNECT WITH JAY ELSEWHERE:WebsiteTwitter and LinkedInEmail: jay@unthinkablemedia.com***PRODUCTION:- Creator, host, writer, editor, sound design: Jay Acunzo- Producer and researcher: Ilana Nevins

The Voice of Insurance
Ep144 Talbir Bains Group CEO Volante Global: I'd rather lose doing the right thing than win doing the wrong thing

The Voice of Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 46:59


I think Talbir Bains is one of the most single-minded and driven people I have ever had on the show. He is also moving incredibly quickly. Since the last time I spoke to him back in 2020 his Volante Global business has grown premium substantially, found new ownership as part of the Acrisure Group and launched a Syndicate at Lloyd's. I just had to get him back to make sure we kept up with all the things that have happened in the last 24 months. And I am really glad I did, because despite the apparent whirlwind surrounding him and his fast-growing business, it is Talbir's rock-solid convictions that permeate every minute of this podcast. Volante is a business with a focus on underwriting profit that is bordering on obsession and five minutes with Talbir can leave you in no doubt that this company's uncompromising philosophy and culture originates directly from him. Talbir has also been through a life-changing personal experience since we last met and that only heightened the intensity of talking to him face to face once more I can't help thinking we could all learn an awful lot not just from listening to what Talbir has to say, but by studying precisely what he has done to position Volante as an underwriting business that is so consistently highly rated and respected by its peers and stakeholders. Of course, living and breathing underwriting discipline is far easier said than done, so listen on and see if you can get some of Talbir's passion and belief to rub off onto you. LINKS We thank our naming sponsor AdvantageGo: https://www.advantagego.com/ We also thank this Episode's advertising supporter Oxbow Partners https://oxbowpartners.com

Pacific Hills Calvary Chapel Audio
2 Samuel 6: Doing the Right Thing in the Wrong Way (Kingdom Building) - 1 & 2 Samuel: Kingdom Building

Pacific Hills Calvary Chapel Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022


2 Samuel 6: Doing the Right Thing in the Wrong Way (Kingdom Building) taught by Pastor Dave Rolph on 11/13/22.

The College Muslim
The Toll of Doing the Right Thing | S2E6

The College Muslim

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 39:42


In this Episode: We talked about the Toll of Doing the Right Thing. Sometimes when faced with decisions we often have a choice. And while many people may talk about how choosing the wrong thing may hurt you, not many talk about how choosing the right thing also has a toll. As a High School or College student you will face many challenges where picking the right thing means you'll have to deal with feelings such as missing out, or a lack of friends. This episode talks about how to deal with those feelings and translate them into positive ones. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecollegemuslim/support

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
Katrina Christiansen says, "I'm motivated by doing the right thing" after election loss

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 13:33


11/10/22: Katrina Christiansen talks with Joel after her Tuesday loss for the U.S. Senate. Senator John Hoeven won with 135,088 votes, Christiansen was the runner-up with 59,808 votes, and Becker received 44,313 votes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ajahn Anan Podcast
Mindfulness of the Right Thing

Ajahn Anan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 17:27


'Mindfulness of the Right Thing' - A Dhamma talk given by Ajahn Anan on 6 Nov 2022, translated from Thai to English. To join Ajahn Anan and the Wat Marp Jan Community online for daily chanting, meditation, and a Dhamma talk, you can email wmjdhamma@gmail.com for the link. Daily live sessions at 7.15pm - 9pm, Indochina Time (Bangkok, GMT+7).

The Film Comment Podcast
Cop Movies, with Pooja Rangan and Brett Story

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 56:36


This week's podcast is about one of America's favorite genres: cop movies. The Brooklyn Academy of Music recently screened a series of films called “Watch the Cops: Policing New York in the Movies.” The program was curated by the scholar Pooja Rangan and filmmaker Brett Story, and included a small but eclectic range of films. Among them were big-budget genre films like Copland and Dog Day Afternoon, which show how ambivalence about policing is often resolved in pop culture. There was also the behind-the-scenes documentary, Making “Do the Right Thing”, which offers a glimpse into how movie-making impacts local communities. Another highlight was the rousing docu-fictional activist film, The Torture of Mothers: The Case of the Harlem 6, about police brutality and racism. Film Comment's Devika Girish and Clinton Krute invited Brett and Pooja to discuss the thinking behind their selections and to walk them through the thought-provoking ideas underpinning the program. Though the series has wrapped up, online links to many of the movies can be found in the show notes here: https://www.filmcomment.com/blog/the-film-comment-podcast-cop-movies-pooja-rangan-brett-story/

Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte
144: The Next Right Thing featuring Copywriter, Erin Ollila (Part 1 of 2)

Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 42:23


Erin Ollila believes in the power of words and how a message can inform—and even transform—its intended audience. The post 144: The Next Right Thing featuring Copywriter, Erin Ollila (Part 1 of 2) appeared first on Kandas Rodarte.

Daily Rowe- Devotional
Do the Right Thing

Daily Rowe- Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 4:10


This episode encourages us to do the right thing, even when it makes us uncomfortable. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dailyrowe/support

Meaning Over Money
171 - Doing the Right Thing For the Right Reasons

Meaning Over Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 15:08


As a culture, we're taught to make whatever decision is best for us. The most profitable decision, the most comfortable decision, or the most promising decision. On the surface, this sounds practical and appropriate. However, it can easily lead us down a road where our decisions are at the expense of doing the right thing, honoring others, and being ethical/moral. In today's episode, host Travis Shelton discusses the importance of doing the right things for the right reasons. It may not always pay off in the short run, but it will most certainly pay off in the long run. It's worth it! If you have questions or would like to connect with us outside of the podcast, here's where you can find us: Join our podcast community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/370457478238932 Online Courses: https://www.meaningover.money YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCasnj17-bOl_CZ0Cb9czmyQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meaning_over_money Travis's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/travis_shelton_ Travis's website: https://www.travisshelton.com E-Mail Us: meaningovermoneypodcast@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meaning-over-money/message

Relationship Truth: Unfiltered
Doing the Right Thing

Relationship Truth: Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 44:56


Karen's marriage lasted nearly 30 years. She and her husband were financially successful and both loved the Lord. In fact, her husband is the one who led Karen to Christ. But there was a dark side of anger and control that challenged everything she believed about marriage and divorce. A word of warning: there is some disturbing content in this episode. Karen's story, while difficult, is one of bravery and doing the right thing...not just for herself but for her children and even for her husband. 

The Tara Show
Trump Doing The Right Thing But It May Be Too Late

The Tara Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 11:15


Tara and Lee talk about how Trump has finally pulled his support for Mitch McConnell.

The Nathan Ivey Show
(Unpoplar Opinion Alert) Why Kyrie Did The RIght Thing By Apologizing

The Nathan Ivey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 29:55


Round Hill Radio
What is the right thing to do? - S7E2

Round Hill Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 20:30


How do you know if what you're doing is helping or hurting others (or yourself)? We dive into the text "The Three Questions" by Leo Tolstoy to inspire this conversation about connection, intention, and being wholly present.

First Baptist Church BG
Beyond Sunday: We Do the Right Thing

First Baptist Church BG

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:14


This week Pastor Jeff and Jordan discuss the tension between avoiding hypocrisy and rebuking sin in humility. --- This episode of The Beyond Sunday Podcast expands upon the sermon "We Do the Right Thing | James 4:11–17" in “Faith Works,” a sermon series with a verse-by-verse focus on the Epistle of James. Join the conversation! Submit your question about Bible stories, Christian discipleship, or sermon point applications here: https://firstbaptistbg.org/worship/podcast

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Affirm: I Am in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing.

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 7:47


Whenever you feel lonely, all you have to do is close your eyes and remember the Constant Friend. Say, 'hey God'... :) and relax your shoulders. Say "hey" to this constant Silence,and breathe consciously, feel Its hand in yours.   Say "hey" to this flow of Love,to the stream of Divine Sound,which is unbroken and ever available to you,as long as you're Here, and You always are.  I Love you, Nik nikki@curlynikki.comp.s. God = Silence = Love = Divine Sound Stream = You  :)   Leave all the words and BE what you are. Come meditate with us TONIGHT at 7pm ET on  Spotify! Please share with a friend so we can practice Love together!LOVE CHARGING STATION, Live, Daily, Group Practice-  6:30am ET (Spotify LIVE):▶▶ https://apps.apple.com/id/app/spotify-live/id1517524960Support the show:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmorningsGoOD Mornings merch:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmorningsWeekly LIVE Meditation, Tuesdays at 7pm ET (FREE on Spotify)▶▶ https://spotify.link/meditation_________________________________Today's Quotes: "I Am in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing."-Louise Hay"He said, "What do you seek?"I said, "To have you as my constant friend."He said, "What do you want from me?"I said, "Your abundant grace."He said, "Who was your companion on the journey?I said, "The thought of you, 0 King."He said, "What called you here?"I said, "The fragrance of your wine."-Rumi"Humility is thinking about yourself less, not thinking less of yourself."-Sacinandana Swami "Get rid of everything but god. Rid consciousness of everything but God awareness. Ponder God, Spirit, Truth rather than people, things, and conditions of materiality; God is... God is."-Paul Gorman"If you live with the conviction that God is in the closest contact with you, you will gradually discover that there is nothing but God."-Anandamayi Ma"Become nothing Love will turn you into everything."-Rumi"Sometimes God challenges youto find strength you don't have.Only like this will you go beyondyour imagined limits.You must be pushed so farthat you are forced to be humble.Only then, when your prideand arrogance are crushed,will you discover muscles that are not yours.You will find and use the muscles of God.When you completely abandon yourself, your ego,this miracle becomes possible."-Mooji Support the show

Book and Film Globe Podcast
BFG Podcast #078: 'Derry Girls,' 'Triangle of Sadness,' 'Armageddon Time,' and 'Filmed in Brooklyn'

Book and Film Globe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 53:47


Chelsea Clinton disappoints in the finale of 'Derry Girls' in this week's edition of one of the world's most popular entertainment podcasts. Host Neal Pollack begins with a five-minute discourse on the absurdity of members of the "literary community" calling upon Random House to not publish the new Amy Coney Barrett memoir. They call it a "human rights violation." This is absurdity at its highest level, Stalinist garbage. Neal tells them where they can stick their "duty of care."Then Rachel Llewellyn stops by to lighten the mood by talking to Neal about the ridiculous Chelsea Clinton cameo at the end of 'Derry Girls.' Rachel found it annoying, but in general she thought the third and final season of Derry Girls was stretching the joke a bit thin. But they could have been on top if only they hadn't given Chelsea Clinton the final scene.Next our podcast welcomes the host of three other podcasts, Margo Donohue, the author of the new book 'Filmed In Brooklyn'. We liked her print interview with us so much that we invited her along to talk about Brooklyn movies again. Neal and Margo talk about 'The French Connection,' 'Saturday Night Fever,' 'Do the Right Thing', and 'Smoke,' alongside other Brooklyn films.Finally it's Stephen Garrett time again. Stephen seemed to like 'Armageddon Time' from James Gray pretty well, though he and Neal nearly come to blows over whether or not Charlie Hunnam (who starts in another James Gray movie) is a good actor. He is not. But Armageddon Time is warm and heartfelt.You can't say the same for 'Triangle of Sadness,' a vicious anti-capitalist satire that got a standing ovation and a Palme D'Or from all the rich socialists at the Cannes Film Festival. Neal and Stephen agree it's a film to be admired, not enjoyed. Stephen found the satire obvious. Neal liked the performances, especially Dolly DeLeon as a put-upon maid who takes her revenge.As always, our podcast has range. Enjoy the show!

First Baptist Church BG
We Do the Right Thing | James 4:11–17

First Baptist Church BG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 25:43


Can Christians judge each other? --- "Faith Works" is a sermon series with a verse-by-verse focus on the Epistle of James. YouVersion live event: http://bible.com/events/48975650 Submit a question: https://bit.ly/BeyondSundayQuestions

Happy N Single
Stop Worrying About Doing The Right Thing, Go And Do Something Today!

Happy N Single

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 42:48


We spend so much time worrying about the right thing to do, life is meant to be an experiment and a game, so go play and you will learn as you go!

Celestial Insights Podcast
028 | Mars Retrograde in Gemini: Fighting for Power

Celestial Insights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 24:09


Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide.   Purchase your eclipse season video series! Book a private astrology reading or horary consultation. Check out Celeste's blog. Download Celeste's free guide to help understand the transiting Moon! Here's Celeste's Amazon storefront, with recommended books and oracle decks!   You can also follow Astrology by Celeste on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, and Yelp.   *****   Astrology highlights for the week of October 30, 2022:   00:49 – This week's theme is: Fight for Power! The song of the week is "Fight the Power" by Public Enemy, and the movie of the week is "Do the Right Thing."   00:54 – This week's three big things: First, Mars (action, assertion, drive) turns retrograde (Rx) in Gemini! The planet of action, assertion and drive begins its Rx journey at 25 Gemini on October 30; it will back up to 8 Gemini (January 12, 2023). Are there any planets between these degrees in your chart in mutable signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces)? If so, this Rx may affect you! Mars squares Neptune during this Rx period, so deception and/or confusion may play a part. Mars also stations quincunx Pluto, which can speak to power, control, and domination issues. Celeste has been dealing with power outages in her building – how about you? Tune in for more examples! Make sure to take extra care when driving and crossing the street. The Sabian symbol of the station degree is "Winter Frost in the Woods." Will we see heating issues in Europe and elsewhere? As much as possible, try to get some extra sleep, add mindful practices (meditation, yoga, stretching, etc.) as you're able, lighten your schedule, slow down and move with intention, and don't forget to laugh at things that you have to do twice – Gemini, the sign of the twins, is known for this! Celeste created an eclipse season video series to help you through this time, so check it out!   10:32 – Second, we have an activating First Quarter Moon (FQM) at 8 Aquarius on Halloween. Will we see secrets revealed? The Sun is on asteroid Circe, a sorceress who turned men into pigs. The Moon is also parallel Eros and Hera. FQMs are a time to take action, and this one is tied to January 2022 – what was happening for you then?   13:15 – Third, Venus and the Sun meet the South Node at 13 Scorpio, perhaps bringing a desire to get to the bottom of things. What needs releasing? Look to the Scorpio area of your chart to find the house affected for you. The South Node can act like a cosmic drain, and the house will tell you what themes to watch out for! (You can always book a private astrology reading with Celeste if you need help with this!)   14:31 – On Sunday, the theme is BREATHE. Use the breath to combat anxiety, frustration, or nervous energy during Mars retrograde.   15:28 – On Monday, the word of the day is CLARIFICATION. What was formerly foggy becomes clear. The Moon enters Aquarius at 8:42 am PT. The First Quarter Moon phase begins at 8 Aquarius 11:37 pm PT.   17:00 – Tuesday's focus is AMOR. Feel the love.   18:04 – On Wednesday, the word is MISTY. Do a physical body scan and check your emotions. The Moon enters Pisces at 11:46 am PT.   19:39 – On Thursday, the theme is AMENDS. Make them or forgive someone for their trespasses.   20:29 – On Friday, the emphasis is PASSIONATE. The Gibbous Moon phase begins at 27 Pisces at 11:27 am PT. The Moon enters Aries at 4:06 pm PT.   21:19 – On Saturday, the word is GOODBYE. Leave behind something that is no longer serving you, whether it is an ancestral wound, unhelpful self-talk, or a bad habit.   22:48 – Thanks for listening to Celestial Insights! To support the podcast and help others find the show, please follow or subscribe wherever you listen, rate it five stars, or write a lovely review! And let Celeste know if you have any "astrology in action" stories at Celeste@astrologybyceleste.com! See you next week!

The Jasmine Star Show
Am I Doing the Right Thing?

The Jasmine Star Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 9:41 Very Popular


A few weeks ago, you may remember a podcast episode that I recorded with my husband and business partner, JD, about how to spark curiosity and grow your business.In the episode, JD invited listeners to email him if they needed a handwritten permission slip to pursue what was on their heart.*And boy, did y'all deliver!*After reading dozens of emails, JD and I discovered a pattern… The most common insecurity business owners are experiencing is about doubting whether or not they're doing the right thing.If you can relate, this episode is for you. So click play now!If you enjoyed this motivational episode of the Jasmine Star Show, let me and the team know in an iTunes review! Reviews are crucial to our podcast's success and we read every single comment, so be sure to leave yours today!

Reason for Truth
DOING THE RIGHT THING- Long Term Value Over Short Term Gain - 10:21:22, 7.17 PM

Reason for Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 6:21


True leadership is defined by “doing the right thing” as opposed to doing the wrong thing. Today i am going to show you that despite the current secular trend of obtaining short-term success at the cost of long-term development of the business, that doing “the right thing” is the most profitable model and the best biblical model for leadership, its organization, and its employees. Make sure to smash that SUBSCRIBE BUTTON! And you definitely want to join Steven's COMMUNITY at StevenGarofalo@Locals.Com

Genius Leadership: Overcoming Everything Podcast
The Right Thing Always Wins - with Markiyan Matsekh

Genius Leadership: Overcoming Everything Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 20:22


"This war must stop", exploded my inbox with after heavy bombings of Ukrainian territories by russia on October 10th. I agree, this war has to stop. And you, dear Genius Leader, is a part of the problem or a contributor to the solution. You have the power, whether you contribute as an individual, a company employee, a business leader, or a community representative. Markiyan Matsekh, senior director of product at Vimeo and an activist at Boycott russia, shares tips, minshifts, and ideas on how you can help us stop this war.  Stay safe and #standwithukraine, Anna Check out Boycott russia: https://boycottrussia.info Connect with Markiyan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markiyanmatsekh/ Support Ukraine through the initiatives of Markiyan's choice: https://www.koloua.com/ support on the frontline https://novaukraine.org/en/homepage/ humanitarian help Book a Mindshifting Intensive: https://annaliebel.as.me/strategycall 

Take2
2022-10-25 - The Next Right Thing

Take2

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 60:00


We are not guaranteed tomorrow. So today is it. Do the next right thing because all of Heaven is watching. That's what we'll talk about on Tuesday. Taking one step at a time toward our eternal destiny.

Grace For Your Journey - 5 Minutes of Grace
Ep 316 - Do The Next Right Thing! - 1 Kings 19

Grace For Your Journey - 5 Minutes of Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 5:53


Seek Wholly Living with Christa Svoboda
Do the Next Right Thing

Seek Wholly Living with Christa Svoboda

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 34:59


Visit the SEEK WHOLLY LIVING website (for Encouragement, Information, and Fun for all things Mom!)https://seekwhollyliving.comSIGN UP to receive updates & my free special printable:***THE 3 MOST IMPORTANT CHANGES YOU CAN MAKE TODAY TO BE A BETTER MOM***   ☕ CONNECT with US:INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/seekwhollylivingFACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/seekwhollylivingseek wholly living,christa svoboda,christian mom,christian mom vlog,mom,christian mom,christian moms,stay at home mom,christian wife,homeschool,homeschool mom,homeschool family,birth control,sexual intimacy in motherhood,

Maybe You're Like Me with Alicia Watson
....and you know that the right thing in the wrong season is still the wrong thing!

Maybe You're Like Me with Alicia Watson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 9:46


In this week's episode, join Alicia Watson as she discusses what it feels like to know that the right thing in the wrong season is still the wrong thing.  Alicia encourages listeners to tap in with God about your next season. This episode is an eye opener and wheel turner for those who are not getting results that they wish to have in this season.  Share this episode with someone who needs to hear it!Maybe you're like me and you need something tangible to navigate life's tough seasons. It's important to have the strategy and resources to come out on top. Take this short quiz to be matched with a tool you can use to flourish no matter what life has thrown your way: https://bit.ly/overcomersquiz

The Dan Gheesling Podcast
Is Twitch Doing The Right Thing?

The Dan Gheesling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 6:35


On today's episode of the mini podcast Dan talks to a member of the community about his thoughts on how Twitch is changing. Thank you for dialing in, I hope you enjoy.   https://www.Twitch.tv/DanGheesling https://www.Discord.gg/DanGheesling https://www.YouTube.com/DanGheesling https://www.Twitter.com/DanGheesling https://www.Instagram.com/DanGheesling https://www.Linktr.ee/DanGheesling

The Daily Boost | Coaching You Need. Success You Deserve.
Always Say The Right Thing

The Daily Boost | Coaching You Need. Success You Deserve.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 11:00 Very Popular


Always Say The Right Thing  How much better would your day be if you always knew what surprises were lurking around the corner? While you can't predict everything, you can prepare for most things using “How Do I Feel Strategy Sessions.” Here's how it works: 1) Once a month, take a few minutes and review what's going on in your life. Your job. Your vacations. Your relationships. Your goal is to recognize what is likely to require your attention. 2) As you form your list, think through every possible scenario and expected outcome. Imagine what may happen and craft a plan for handling it in your favor. 3) When the situation arrives, remember how you decided to handle it and stay in control. Using a pre-planned response is a great way never to be surprised again. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sweet Grace For Your Journey
155. Hungry for the Right Thing

Sweet Grace For Your Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 30:05


Episode 155-Hungry for the Right Thing In 2017 I wrote a Bible study called Sweet Hunger, Developing an Appetite for God. It includes stories from the Bible that have to do with food and how they apply to helping us develop an appetite for God.  This topic is important to all of us because we must be spiritually hungry to grow in God. Proverbs 18:15 TPT says it this way, “The spiritually hungry are always ready to learn more, for their hearts are eager to discover new truths.” Recently I came upon several Biblical stories I left out of Sweet Hunger.  As you listen to this episode, I'd like you to think about this question. What are you hungry for? No, not physically but spiritually. Books Link: https://Teresashieldsparker.com/books/ Overcomers Academy Link: https://Teresashieldsparker.com/overcomers/

Cross Point Church Audio Podcast
How Do I Say The Right Thing At The Right Time? | Kevin Queen

Cross Point Church Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 37:03


Ever said something and wished you could have taken it back? Ever lashed out verbally in the heat of the moment? On the other hand, have you ever been deeply encouraged by someone's affirmation? Or felt amazing after someone speaks kindness over you? Kevin Queen teaches us the importance of our words, and how we […]

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
MLB did the right thing

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 42:17


Hour 1: Craig and Evan both praised MLB for calling the Yankee game tonight as early as possible.

Coach Corey Wayne
Did I Do The Right Thing By Ending It?

Coach Corey Wayne

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 16:29


How to know if you did the right thing ending a relationship that wasn't working or healthy to be in. If you have not read my book, “How To Be A 3% Man” yet, that would be a good starting place for you. It is available in Kindle, iBook, Paperback, Hardcover or Audio Book format. If you don't have a Kindle device, you can download a free eReader app from Amazon so you can read my book on any laptop, desktop, smartphone or tablet device. Kindle $9.99, iBook $9.99, Paperback $29.99 or Hardcover 49.99. Audio Book is Free $0.00 with an Audible membership trial or buy it for $19.95. Here is the link to Audible to get the audiobook version: http://bit.ly/CCW3Man Here is the link to Amazon to purchase Kindle, Paperback or Hardcover version: http://amzn.to/1XKRtxd Here is the link to the iBookstore to purchase iBook version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/how-to-be-3-man-winning-heart/id948035350?mt=11&uo=6&at=1l3vuUo Here is the link to the iTunes store to purchase the iTunes audio book version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/audiobook/how-to-be-a-3-man-unabridged/id1106013146?at=1l3vuUo&mt=3 You can get my second book, “Mastering Yourself, How To Align Your Life With Your True Calling & Reach Your Full Potential” which is also available in Kindle $9,99, iBook $9.99, Paperback $49.99, Hardcover $99.99 and Audio Book format $24.95. Audio Book is Free $0.00 with an Audible membership trial. Here is the link to Audible to get the audiobook version: http://bit.ly/CCWMY Here is the link to Amazon to purchase Kindle, Paperback or Hardcover version: https://amzn.to/2TQV2Xo Here is the link to the iBookstore to purchase iBook version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/mastering-yourself-how-to-align-your-life-your-true/id1353139487?mt=11&at=1l3vuUo Here is the link to the iTunes store to purchase the iTunes audio book version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/audiobook/mastering-yourself-how-to-align-your-life-your-true/id1353594955?mt=3&at=1l3vuUo You can get my third book, “Quotes, Ruminations & Contemplations” which is also available in Kindle $9,99, iBook $9.99, Paperback $49.99, Hardcover $99.99 and Audio Book format $24.95. Audio Book is Free $0.00 with an Audible membership trial. Here is the link to Audible to get the audiobook version: https://www.audible.com/pd/B0941XDDCJ/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-256995&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_256995_rh_us Here is the link to Amazon to purchase Kindle, Paperback or Hardcover version: https://amzn.to/33K8VwF Here is the link to the iBookstore to purchase iBook version: https://books.apple.com/us/book/quotes-ruminations-contemplations/id1563102111?itsct=books_box_link&itscg=30200&ct=books_quotes%2C_ruminations_%26_contemplatio&ls=1 Here is the link to the iTunes store to purchase the iTunes audio book version: https://books.apple.com/us/audiobook/quotes-ruminations-contemplations-volume-i-unabridged/id1567242372?itsct=books_box_link&itscg=30200&ct=audio-books_quotes%2C_ruminations_%26_contem&ls=1 Here is the link to purchase Official Coach Corey Wayne branded merchandise (T-Shirts, Mugs, etc.): https://teespring.com/stores/coach-corey-wayne Click the link below to book phone/Skype (audio only) coaching with me personally: http://www.understandingrelationships.com/products Click the link below to make a donation via PayPal to support my work: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=LKGTSSLYJ93J6