Brandon J. Johnson has nearly four years of experience working as a landlord in the city of Syracuse, specifically within the Strathmore neighborhood. Operating the company Crossett Property Management, the vast majority of renovations and all aspects of management are handled in house by members of the company. Mr. Johnson's professional experience includes over six years as a Nursing Home Administrator. He currently works as the Vice President for the Mohawk Valley Health System Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, a 202-bed hospital-based nursing home in Utica. Responsible for the Center for Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Services, tenants in the building under purview consist of a hospital-based acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, a hospital- based Dialysis Center, the Visiting Nurses Association of Utica and Oneida County, and Senior Network Health, a managed care company. We hope you were able to take some value away from todays episode. To learn more or connect with Danté or DJ visit victorycapgroup.com
In this episode, I speak with someone who is still “in the grind” and building his business up while also working full time. Many times, podcasts just feature people who have “made it” and “figured it out.” It's likely the case that many listeners are still in a similar spot as my guest today, building something they're passionate about but also still busy with a career as well as a growing family. Adam Osborne is a high school math teacher from Georgia. He is also the founder of Spivey Education Services, a company that provides online math tutoring by real math teachers. Connect with Adam: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spiveyeducation/ Website: https://spiveyeducation.com/ Connect with Chris: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisbello_ Get my free guide: https://chrisbello.com/free Get help buying/selling a house in the US: https://calendly.com/chrisbellorealestate/workwithchris
HIGHLIGHTS01:14 When did Michael's sales journey begin and how it is so far04:07 What to do in the first touch using Michael's approach instead of the norm 11:58 The humble or feedback approach and how it works better15:34 Personalization and relevance in line with Michael's approach19:22 How to reach Michael and get into his worldQUOTES03:23 "People who have marketing experience and understand the sales side of the coin can be very successful in growth and thinks like that, because understanding both parts are so important regardless of what department you're in."10:15 "The thing we do is a feedback email, where most people do is a break-up email like 'Oh sounds like it's not the right time, can you introduce me to a colleague?' as we actually do a humble approach and say, 'look it seems like the messaging's aren't resonating, would you mind giving some feedback?'"11:21 "If they haven't given you a good reason as to why they're not interested to just stop at that point, you're definitely leaving money on the table."13:58 "We don't give them the piece of content, we say 'would you be interested in seeing it?' Because if we just give it to them they can just click it and go away with it."16:01 "First email is always personalized. And we're always saying 'what's the business relevance?', like how can you help the company realize the goals they're trying to achieve."Learn more about Michael in the link below:Website - https://growthgenie.co/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-hanson-/If you enjoy the Sales Transformation Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback. Please make sure to rate us and leave a review on Apple. Learn more about Collin in the link below: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-saleshustle/Also, you can join our community by checking out @salescast.community. If you're a sales professional looking to take your career to greater heights, please visit us at https://salescast.co/ and set a call with Collin and Chris.
Jesse is a growth-oriented serial entrepreneur with a passion for Product, UX, and Technology. Jesse is the Chief Product Officer and Co-founder of Frontdesk, a leading tech-enabled urban short-term rental brand. Today, Frontdesk operates in 35 cities with over 250 talented employees. Jesse is a champion for all-things growth at Frontdesk, which includes leading the technology, sales, and marketing teams, while also nurturing key strategic relationships for the company. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UW-Milwaukee. Jesse is a proud husband and father of three boys, and a complete nerd at heart. This episode is sponsored by our friends at NoiseAware! NoiseAware is the only 100% privacy-safe noise monitoring solution so get with NoiseAware so you don't waste any time while you grow your professional and amazing business! Use SLICKTALK20 to get 20% off your noise devices with NoiseAware! Smart locks, Smart thermostats, automation, and a solution for any hotel and vacation rental company. Our show partners at Operto are the leading solution for operators to enhance their operations by integrating with your property management software and making sure all smart devices create a contactless guest experience while streamlining operations. Check them out on their website, send me a message, or just let them know Wil sent you and you'll be in great hands! This episode is also sponsored by Jetstream! Jetstream is a full-service hospitality solution with a powerful team behind it! To learn more about Jetstream, just click this link! In this episode, we explore: 03:20 - Guest Background 06:57 - Technology and automation is the key to solve complex operations 08:16 - Creating guest experience during Covid 10:24 - Challenges in the business 18:04 - Finding a great leader 19:28 - Managing the internal culture 24:27 - Not all things need to be automated 27:34 - Celebrating victories as the founder 31:39 - The biggest impact of Covid 33:58 - Hiring Skillsets vs Mindsets 41:32 - Scaling a large network of professionally managed tech-enabled apartments 43:02 - Managing the quality 48:23 - Connect with the guest Connecting with the Guest: Website: https://www.stayfrontdesk.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/stayfrontdesk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stayfrontdesk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/frontdeskinc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stayfrontdesk/ Slick Talk Website & Socials: https://bit.ly/3uCsm6H Mid Roll Ad - 24:40
Paul Byrne is an Executive Coach, Board Member, and Member of the Full Circle Group. As an anthropologist turned business leader turned executive coach, Paul is now working with top leadership teams to navigate the complex transformational changes facing our global healthcare system. Visit www.unlockingmove.com for Paul's newsletter.
Using AI as fuel, Ada equips companies with everything they need to make personalized customer experiences at scale. And all without the help of an engineer. Co-Founder and CEO Mike Murchison takes us behind the scenes of Ada in this discussion about: How to free up live agents and focus on more creative work What to look at when building software Behavior traits among top leaders
Within a month, the total value deposited across Avalanche projects grew over 1000% to $9B. As an investor, this obviously caught my attention, and I'm excited to have Jay Kurahashi-Sofue (@jkays17) and Nick Mussallem (@_nMoose) from Ava Labs share their learnings on achieving rapid growth in crypto. Small UX decisions that grew value by billions How to deploy grants for lasting impact What email & Uber teach us about abstraction and incentives in Layer 1s How to cater to DeFi natives and institutions What people underestimate about Avalanche Host: @mrjasonchoi. Not financial advice.
Anatoly from Solana joins Jason to discuss how they've managed to build the fastest blockchain (0:54). Solana's "proof of history" innovation allows for over 50,000 transactions a second, we get into Solana's value prop (25:51), use cases (40:14), developer ecosystem and more!
Anatoly from Solana joins Jason to discuss how they've managed to build the fastest blockchain (0:54). Solana's "proof of history" innovation allows for over 50,000 transactions a second, we get into Solana's value prop (25:51), use cases (40:14), developer ecosystem and more!
Welcome back to the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom. This week, we're sitting down with Stephen Scoggins. He's helped Fortune 500 leaders, professional athletes, entertainers, hardworking individuals, and everyone in between exceed their wildest expectations in their life, business, and career. He spent three decades of setbacks, failures, breakdowns, losses, successes, and comebacks. Uses that knowledge to guide others toward lasting breakthroughs in any area of their life. Stephen has faced an incredible amount of seemingly insurmountable challenges and overcome even more incredible odds, including homelessness, to get to the place of success he has achieved today. He says it comes down to understanding that your level of expectation becomes your level of excellence. The expectations your set for yourself become reality. If you expect your lights, your water, your everything to get shut off--they will. Often, we get indoctrinated in the wrong direction. Unless we shake out of that, we ultimately lose sight of who we really could become if we really tried. If you're so focused on the problem, you're never ever going to be able to build momentum towards the solution. Part of breaking that cycle is finding a mentor who can raise that energy level, not one who is going to detract from yours. Isolating is a dangerous thing to do as an entrepreneur! It's never been easier to find a coach like that. Find someone you can learn from and emulate to find your own processes. From there, master them. If you can't get a mentor in person, there are plenty of virtual and online coaches, but in addition, there are thousands of helpful books and digital assets you can discuss. Be mindful, though. If you're spending all your time absorbing you're not doing and DOING. If you become a personal development junkie, you won't actually get anything moving forward. Stephen has an event coming up with 13 amazing thought leaders coming in. Tom Bilyeu, Lisa Bilyeu, Anthony Trucks, Evan Carmichael, Amberley Lago, Ray Higdon, Ira Davis, Mark Drager, Mel Abraham. This event is designed to meet you where you are and physically grab your hand and take you where you need to go. Over the course of three virtual days, you'll learn how to take action and make moves so you can level up to the capacity you want. If you keep hitting around the nail practicing your swing, you'll never actually hit the nail--this event helps you drive it into the board. Key Takeaways Your level of expectation becomes your level of excellence Finding the right mentor can break you out of a cycle of negative mentality Don't become a personal development junkie--you have to spend as much time doing as you do learning. LINKS https://go.stephenscoggins.com/vault/transform-u-live/info/ https://stephenscoggins.com/stuck-to-unstoppable/
Ready to take your service-based business to and beyond 5-figure months? This is part one of a new series where I'll share with you how me and my clients took our service-based businesses to the next (income!) level. These real-life glimpses into how other business owners made it happen are meant to inspire you to take your next step towards your bigger financial dreams. Listen on your favorite podcasting app! Your support means everything! Please subscribe + review. More info: kaitlynkessler.com/posts/s4e25 Private Coaching: kaitlynkessler.com/coaching Follow Along: instagram.com/kaitlynskessler
Scaling up is one of the most important things that leaders aspire to. It's time to reach the level of success you have always dreamed of. Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down for a conversation with Les McKeown about the life cycle of all growing organizations, having a roadmap for your business venture. Les is the Founder of Predictable Success. He is an International Keynote Speaker and the author of Do Scale. Les has over 25 years of global business experience, including starting 42 companies in his own right. You have to be highly curious to build empathy and to see things from other people's perceptions. You must keep asking questions. He explains the question you should ask yourself to drive you to be the great leader you are meant to be. Tune into this episode and learn how to achieve sustainable growth in your company.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Take The Lead community today:DrDianeHamilton.comDr. Diane Hamilton FacebookDr. Diane Hamilton TwitterDr. Diane Hamilton LinkedInDr. Diane Hamilton YouTubeDr. Diane Hamilton Instagram
My guest for this episode is, Henrique Aragau, GM of EMEA @ G2 . G2 has the become leading B2B review platform with over 1 million reviews read by more than 4 million technology buyers every month. Prior to G2, Henrique was Snr Regional VP @ Salesforce. Following the acquisition of Steelbrick, the native Configure, Price, Quote application by Salesforce, Henrique led the set up and scaling of the Salesforce CPQ & Billing business in EMEA. Connect with Henrique - https://www.linkedin.com/in/henriquearagao/ G2 - https://www.g2.com/
In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Kat Ternes, Vice President of Revenue at AgencyZoom. Kat discusses the value of automation in helping teams be more consistent and effective. Episode Highlights: Kat shares her background. (10:23) Kat discusses the concept of AgencyZoom, the marketplace goals, and who they are looking to cater to. (18:53) Kat discusses their sales and retention module, and how the automation would work around the policies. (20:21) Kat explains that they use automation instead of just campaigns, which makes them more versatile. (23:48) Kat mentions that AgencyZoom uses Hubspot and Salesforce (25:54) Kat explains that automation is meant to make a team more consistent and hence more productive, as well as to allow them more time in their day to spend with the clients. (29:30) Kat explains the difference between CSAT and NPS. (38:24) Kat mentions that AgencyZoom has a full pinback module in their product. (41:38) Kat shares what she thinks will happen in the automation. (42:44) Kat shares how they celebrate a new sale. (45:01) Kat mentions that AgencyZoom has created an internship cohort that spans the entire state of Ohio. (48:00) Tweetable Quotes: “We're using automation instead of just campaigns. So that helps a lot for us to be a little bit more versatile.” - Katherine Ternes “Automation is meant to make your team more consistent and thus more effective and to give them more time in their day back to spending it with your customers.” - Katherine Ternes “If we don't track service, we're not close to doing the whole picture to be able to run our agencies as a business.” - Katherine Ternes Resources Mentioned: Katherine Ternes LinkedIn AgencyZoom David Carothers Kyle Houck Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes
165: Why Relationships are Key to Scaling Your Design Firm with Sarah Walker With me today on the podcast is Sarah Walker of Nuance Interiors in Washington State. Sarah has just opened high end showroom in the Pacific Northwest catering to builders and other designers. We are going to discuss her journey in design, how she chose to step out of the comfortable and take a risk, and what she would do differently next time. Topics Mentioned: Pre-planning Relationship building Luxury experience Key Thoughts: I think every designer needs some level of business class. It's understanding what it takes for that firm or your own firm to stay in business. Michele (08:35) I would say a lot of my successes as a designer is who I know and who I'm connected with, and really supporting my vendors as they support me. Sarah Walker (15:48) I also partnered with a Profit First accountant, and we actually review costs quarterly. I can categorize my expenses on a weekly basis so I'm really aware of what's going out, cost wise right now. Sarah Walker (30:28) Another point is to look at the SBA loans like you did. Do you buy the building? Do you rent the building? There's a lot that goes into those conversations. Michele (34:10) Contact Michele: Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL Website: ScarletThreadConsulting.com LinkedIn: Michele Williams Contact Sarah: Website: nuanceinteriors.com Instagram: @nuanceinteriors Facebook: nuanceinteriors Pinterest: nuanceinteriors Email: firstname.lastname@example.org References and Resources: AIM Masterclass - Watch now 7 Figure Case Study - Download here Book Yourself Solid by Michael Port
Chris Bingham is a successful entrepreneur, specializing in eCommerce operations, supply chain and logistics. In Q4 2020, the world experienced Shipageddon where the pandemic significantly increased demand for online goods while straining global supply chains. As we enter Q4 2021, we should expect to experience Shipageddon, the sequel, with even greater challenges, as brands experience inflated ocean freight container costs, container shortages, congestion within ports, lockdowns in factories, temp labor shortages and more.Chris and I talk in-depth about scaling eCommerce operations, surviving the holiday shopping season, growing and selling a business as well as the future of MBA programs. If you work in eCommerce or are thinking about a career in logistics and operations or are just fascinated with global supply chains and how messed-up they are right now, I think you will enjoy this episode. Chris has an MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School, is an Entrepreneur in Residence at Campbell University and has been a start-up coach at UNC for over a decade.Discussion Topics:(1:33) Tobacco Road basketball rivalry.(6:00) Founding and ultimately selling Riley Life Logistics.(12:14) Sleeping in your warehouse and scaling a business.(17:41) Scaling a warehouse labor force during Q4.(25:12) The biggest change in eCommerce logistics over the last decade.(28:51) Running two companies at once.(33:12) Dimensional weight calculations and shipping automation.(36:58) How to renegotiate your shipping rates.(44:25) Launching Ship Simply to help eCommerce brands grow.(50:52) Shipageddon and its sequel.(1:01:58) Business school advice.(1:08:33) Rapid fire questions.
Anthony Casalena is the Founder & CEO @ Squarespace, the company that allows you to create a website, sell anything and market your business. To date, Anthony has raised over $948M for the company from the likes of General Atlantic, Index Ventures, Tiger Global; culminating in their IPO in May 2021. Despite the incredible size and scale of Squarespace today, Anthony started the company from his dorm room in 2003 and bootstrapped the business for many years to today with over 1,100 employees around the world. In Today's Episode with Anthony Casalena You Will Learn: 1.) How Anthony came to start Squarespace from a dorm room and turn it into a public company with over 1,200 employees globally? 2.) Why did Anthony decide to bootstrap with Squarespace for over 6 years when the company was scaling fast and profitable? How was Anthony's mindset impacted by the efficiency of bootstrap scaling? How did Anthony's mindset change when Squarespace raised their first large round? How does Anthony advise founders today on raising venture vs bootstrapping? 3.) Why did Anthony decide to do the direct listing over the more traditional IPO or a SPAC? How does Anthony advise other founders contemplating the same exit choices? How does Anthony personally describe this chapter of the company? Does he enjoy being a public company CEO? What are the best elements? What are the worst? 4.) E-Commerce has been a massive driver for growth for Squarespace, how does Anthony feel about the future of e-commerce on Squarespace? Only 1% of Squarespace's $700M ARR comes from enterprise, does enterprise hold a meaningful position in the future of the company? What are the core challenges of moving into enterprise? How does the company need to change? 5.) With the growth of the company, how has Anthony changed his style of leadership? What are his biggest strengths? What are his biggest weaknesses? What are the most obvious breakpoints in the scaling of companies? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Anthony Casalena Anthony's Favourite Book: Thinking Fast and Slow
In this episode, Damon sits down with Anna Binder from Asana to talk about the journey she's been on as she's scaled Asana. As the newest board member of Culture Amp, Anna built a culture powered by clarity, co-creation, and inclusion and shares what she learned from her role at Asana and talk about what's next for people leaders in 2022Anna Binder serves as Asana's Head of People Operations, a role she has held since May 2016. During her time at Asana, both Inc. Magazine and Fortune named Asana as a Best Workplace for four years in a row, and the company has been named a Best Place to Work in 2021 by Glassdoor. Prior to joining Asana, Anna was MuleSoft Inc.'s VP of People.Damon also officially welcomes Anna to the Culture Amp team as she takes on the role as a newly appointed member of the Board of Directors.If you enjoyed this episode please leave a review and subscribe if you haven't. To listen to more podcasts & access the transcripts head over to www.culturefirstpodcast.com, and to learn more about Culture Amp, visit www.cultureamp.com.To find the videos from Culture First Global 2021 mentioned at the start of the episode head to www.cultureamp.com/community
Thanks for tuning into the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom. Join Jillian as she breaks down her Scale Your Small Business process, a 17-week program through eight fundamental steps that will truly scale your small business. Today's topic is the first and incredibly important step: getting your mindset in gear. On September 26th, 2016, Jillian was in what seemed like a trivial fender-bender accident. What she didn't know was that little bump in the road changed her life forever when she was diagnosed with a concussion. This accident transformed her life forever--she couldn't work, function, or live her life the same way anymore. She had two options: give up, or find a way to make it work. So, Jillian took a step back and really evaluated every aspect of her business and realized there were people who really boost the work she was doing in a way that had never happened. Here's the thing: everything can change in an instant. Can you make the decisions necessary to change your business in a moment? To change your business, you have to change yourself. Especially in a post-pandemic world, it's important you make the start now. So, let's dive in. This first week, your work is to document your current routines. If you don't have one, that's okay, but if you do, write down every step to get a better look at how you operate. Key Takeaways Everything can change in an instant It all starts with mindset To change your business, you have to change yourself.
Betsy Fore was named one of Forbes 30 under 30, BBC's 100 Most Inspiring Women, and she is currently the co-founder of Tiny Organics, a nutrient-rich, organic baby food company designed to build adventurous eaters from a young age. Betsy has over a decade of experience as an inventor, product founder and CEO, serves on the Tufts School of Nutrition and Policy Innovation Council and her company, Tiny Organics, has been chosen by Michelle Obama's Partnerships for a Healthier America for their baby food initiative to support veggie-forward early palate development across the nation. But above all, she is the mama of a little boy named Sebastian who was the inspiration behind launching Tiny Organics. In this episode, Betsy and I chatted about... Her Forbes 30 Under 30 title for manufacturing and industry as one of the only woman inventors in her company and her inspiration to be an inventor In her first company Wondermento, she invented the first “fitbit” for dogs called WonderWoof Her journey from being raised in a rural town with a Native American mother to building Tiny Organics at 8 months pregnant Lessons learned from scaling her first company: growing a team, creating a shared vision, exiting a company, being a solo founder and fundraising How to feed your baby whole foods with baby led weaning, starting solids and why timing on savory over sweet flavors is important for developing a child's palette What she did differently with her second company: Tiny Organics The importance of Tiny's Founding Family - testing and reiterating for a year before bringing it to market and the value of organic word of mouth marketing over paid advertising and how it led to scaling and funding faster Interested in trying out Tiny Organics? Get 40% off the first box of Tiny meals with code: TINYLOVESMOAC Follow Betsy & Tiny Organics at... Website: www.tinyorganics.com Instagram: @tinyorganics ----- Come join me in my sandbox of life and in this podcast to explore, play and discover something new every single week. Subscribe and tune in weekly because I know you've yelled "Mommy's on a Call" at least once in the last week!!! For show notes, visit www.MommysonaCall.com Stephanie's Website IG: @MommysonaCall // @StephanieUchima
On this episode of Discovering Multifamily, AJ Shepard joins us as the Co-Owner/Owner of Offsite Professionals & Uptown Syndications to discuss how he scaled his property management/syndication business. iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discovering-multifamily/id1506820688#episodeGuid=Buzzsprout-3366217 YouTube: https://youtu.be/n31tdsh5FMM Website: www.redknightproperties.com/media Spotify: https://lnkd.in/gfcVc3p #financialfreedom #passiveinvesting #activeinvesting #investsmart #investwisely #buildingwealth #multifamily #podcast #Red Knight Properties #Anthony Scandariato #Brian Leonard #investing in real estate #investing in multifamily #investing in syndication
We all need a roof above our heads. The first and most crucial in Maslow's hierarchy of needs. When you meet your basic housing need, time and opportunities become abundant. Not to mention the mental benefits of getting to live properly. It is a tragedy how many families and veterans in the military can't even meet this basic necessity. James offers a solution. In fact, he manages a fund that directly helps house military families and service members. In this episode, James takes us through his passionate journey and the colossal financial world of single-family offices. James is another Lean advocate. He believes the 2 seconds improvements we make will snowball into more time and more money. He dreams of building an empire and giving back to the veteran community, teaching financial independence. Now on his way to creating business #3, James also dreams of a roof above every head. A true family man. In this episode, James shares how you don't have to sell something and what a single-family office is, the grand empire he dreams of building one day. Check out his passionate plans, watch the episode now! Click here on the link below to find how you can begin a success story just like this. pintocapitalinvestments.com. In this episode, we explore: Benefits while on active duty Consumerism and how to budget Learning the rules, Playing the game Asking the right questions Education on VA loan What is a single-family office Vertical integration Homing military family members About James: Guest Bio: James is a Passionate Entrepreneur and Lean Thinker. Focused on Growth, Pro-activity, Team, Emotional Intelligence, Innovation, Value, and Freedom. He was trained by the US Army in Combat Tactics, Preparation, Accountability, and Psychological Operations. James was inspired and motivated by the process of building businesses and is currently on business #3, which I'm fostering into an Idea Meritocracy Organization. He values radically open-minded people with principles and character and is constantly learning, networking, and brainstorming. Now on the path to building my own Single Family Office. He is passionate about: - Giving back to the Veteran Community. - Inspiring others to put good into the world. - Showing people the path to financial independence. - Scaling ideas and businesses across the country. - Pioneering on the front line of innovation. - Surrounding myself with higher-level thinkers. Snapshot Timestamp: 47:04 What is your number one failure in real estate? Starting with single-family and not asking the right questions 2. What advice do you have for other military investors to be successful? Learn the VA loan inside and out 3. What inspired you to serve your country? The military guns, airplanes, and the career was very appealing 4. What is your dream? Financial freedom and giving back Connecting with the Guest LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesmarszalek/ #VAlaon #veteranhousing #singlefamilyoffice
Today we continue Industrial Water Week 2021 with Wastewater Thursday. Scaling up Nation, if you don't see how awesome being a water treater is, you are not doing it right. Industrial Water Treaters are superheroes. You are a superhero! Like many of you, when I started in my career, I couldn't believe what my clients were throwing out, but once I realized that our clients were paying us so they could stay open, it shifted my thinking. I came to realize that without the help from industrial water treaters, our clients would be forced to shut down for non-compliance. Thank you for observing, measuring, mapping, calculating, testing...retesting, examining, waiting, and serving your clients' systems so they can keep doing what they need to do. Thank you for being part of the most incredible industry in the world, industrial water treatment! Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client. -Trace Timestamps: Happy Wastewater Thursday [0:01] My introduction to gang stirrers [4:48] Kevin Cope gave us some tips about jar testing [11:20] Kevin Cope on bugs [12:56] Detective H2O [16:00] James' Mini Challenge: post a picture of a pin floc separating [25:47] Quotes: “It's not a gangster, it's a gang stirrer.” - Trace Blackmore “We can add inorganic Polymers to our bloomer phase and we're not gonna precipitate Zinc with an inorganic Polymer. So you really need to ask the customer: “What am I trying to remove?”, “What are my problems?” those are real issues that are the keys to sending up a correct jar test.” -Kevin Cope Events: Raw Materials Supply Chain Update - October 14 @5pm EST Links Mentioned: Industrial Water Week Episode 53 - 2018 Wastewater with Kevin Cope Episode 162 -2020 Wastewater with Kevin Cope The Rising Tide Mastermind Episode 178 - Pinks and Blues
New real estate agents often struggle to close deals, especially in highly competitive markets like these. That's why, if you're a new agent, the thought of scaling from one to 10 deals might seem like a pipe dream. But today's guest, Mark McGuire, is here to share how it's done. Mark's business closes 80+ high-dollar deals per year thanks to systems for scaling that he personally implemented and perfected. Listen and learn where to find new clients, how to make new hires, and more. You'll also discover why syndication is the most powerful way for a real estate professional to invest. Visit hibandigital.com/toolbox Claim Real Estate Discounts, Free Trials, and More Visit hibandigital.com/resources Sponsors Rebus University - Get Over $10,000 in Real Estate Training for as Little as $97 Visit futureofrealestatetraining.com PadHawk - Find Your Market's Best Leads for FREE with a 7-Day Trial Visit padhawk.com Roddy's FLS - Discover Unbeatable Real Estate Deals with a FREE Foreclosure List Visit 4closure.info Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joint venture world expert Sohail Khan talks with Nick about how joint venture and strategic partnerships can bring individuals together to create collaborations that can scale in a phenomenally short amount of time. This is an amazing opportunity to hear about joint ventures and how you can compound and get incremental growth in less than twelve months with Sohail sharing some great examples from his own journey along with tips and invaluable advice about what makes joint ventures and strategic partnerships successful KEY TAKEAWAYS Joint venture is a phenomenal concept where you don't pay any money upfront, you only part with money when there are results Joint ventures and strategic alignment partnerships bring collaboration and the opportunity to leverage other people's audiences and communities It's the ability to make partnerships and strategic alliances and piggyback right into the flow of money Wherever someone is making money there is the ability to make money if you are in the middle of the equation Go into any equation asking how you can help that person first Making connections and building trust in your relationships is what makes the difference You need to build rapport with others It's all about innovation and leveraging the assets a company already has. It's the impact you leave on the world that is really important Open your understanding to see the opportunities If you don't take action you will never get a response Most people start with a product but the money is in the distribution I've always been a connector of people and we have built an amazing community Projects that give back, are impacted related and philanthropic can really make the difference BEST MOMENTS ‘Money flows and you have to create a conduit between A and B and then put yourself in the middle so the money goes through you' ‘Get everything you can out of everything you've got' ‘Scaling up your life and your business go hand in hand' VALUABLE RESOURCES Scale Up Your Business – scaleup.vip/podcast Join the free Scale Up Your Business community: scaleup.vip/community Take the Predictable Growth Assessment™, to measure your current business performance and show you where to focus next to get to where you want to be: https://scaleup.vip/PredictableGrowthAssessment Free Joint Venture Book ABOUT THE HOST My name is Nick Bradley. I'm an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and investor. My background is in growing and scaling VC and Private Equity backed businesses. Having successfully built, bought and sold a number of companies, and removed myself from day-to-day operations, my focus now is on helping entrepreneurs get to where they want to be, in business and in life. As well as investing in growth businesses and backing turnarounds - with the ultimate aim of creating value from significant capital events. I'm passionate about personal and professional development - showing up and being the best version of myself ... every day. My bigger vision is to help bring entrepreneurial skills, experience and mindset to people in developing nations - so they can follow their dreams, live life more on their terms - utilising entrepreneurship as a global force for good. CONTACT METHOD Nick's Facebook Page: https://scaleup.vip/FB Nick's LinkedIn: https://scaleup.vip/LI Nick's Instagram: https://scaleup.vip/IG Scale Up Your Business website: www.suyb.global See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we're going to be talking about scaling.This is such an important topic because so many of our listeners are stuck in that modality of going one to one, so we're diving into how to shift to one to many. My guest today is Leah Gervais. Leah is a business coach, but more importantly, she is a business mentor for entrepreneurs, and that is something we all need within our journey. She's going to be chatting about how we need to think differently about our marketing if we plan on scaling our offerings. “Get clear on the problem that you solve and release the way in which you need to solve it..” IN THIS EPISODE Leah's backstory and what led her to serving others. Feeling dissatisfied in your current journey. Letting go of labels and leaning into what you really do. Getting prepared for the next economic shift. Why Leah chose blogging and how she scaled her business. How to make sure you're not trading your dollars for hours your whole career. Starting with one on one clients before going one to many and why this is vital. When it's time to transition to one to many. Going from good to great. How lack of clarity can hold you back. Intimate marketing and aligning it with your offer. When to diversify the types of results you offer and when it's too soon. Fulfilling what you're good at while having joy. “The hardest part of scaling is having to say no and fix what's working.” Connect with Leah Website: leahgervais.com Instagram: @leahgervais_ Podcast: Your Biggest Vision Sign up for her newsletter on her website! Share this podcast with a friend and remember to leave a 5-star review! For more, visit jamespatrick.com
Reid Hoffman, Co-Founder of LinkedIn, Partner at Greylock, and Host of Masters of Scale Podcast and June Cohen, his producer and Co-Founder and CEO of WaitWhat, discuss their new book Masters of Scale: Surprising Truths from the World's Most Successful Entrepreneurs. They talk about the entrepreneurial mindset, the keys to blitzscaling your way to success, and the underrated importance of a company's culture. Plus they explain the value of embracing resistance, the various kinds of “no”s that one hears gets VC meetings, and the time Reid said "no" to a startup when he should have said “yes.” Order Reid and June's book Masters of Scale: Surprising Truths from the World's Most Successful Entrepreneurs at https://book.mastersofscale.com. Subscribe to Masters of Scale podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. Follow them on Twitter at, @mastersofscale , @reid hoffman, and @junecohen. Subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, and keel with us at www.kickassnews.com or on Twitter at @KickassNewsPod. Kickass News is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit Airwave at www.airwavemedia.com or on Apple Podcasts to discover our other excellent podcasts like Infamous America, Investing for Beginners, The Accidental Creative, and Into the Impossible.
The Stock Whisperer sits down and catches up with Calvin to see how is he doing one year later trading in the OTC. Calvin provides a recap of his overall journey and how much he has grown. The two of them host this episode together talking about scaling in and out of a stock and when one may want to take profits. This episode is for educational and informational use only and is not intended to provide any professional advice. For topic requests, questions, or if you would like to be a guest send an email to email@example.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/its-just-pennies/support
Capgemini joins forces with the IIT(ISM) Dhanbad to drive sustainable business innovation. In this podcast, Roshan Batheri, Senior Director, Auto IIP, Capgemini India, and Dr. Shikha Singh, Professor, IIT-D (ISM) discuss how industry-academia collaboration leads to business innovation. They discuss the strategic approach to scaling process of Aerial vehicles. Listen in to learn more.
The CPG Guys, Sri & PVSB, are joined in this episode by Jordan West, CEO of Mindful Marketing and host of the popular "Secrets of Scaling Your eCommerce brand" podcast.Follow Jordan West on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordan-west-marketer/Subscribe to his podcast at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/secrets-to-scaling-your-ecommerce-brand/id1480733021Follow Mindful Marketing online at: https://mindfulmarketing.co/This episode is also available on Jordan's podcast.KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE•Ads cannot only be the drivers of a business. Shift from being ad-driven to community-driven.•Selling in wholesale or retail is another marketing channel for your business if you are in eCommerce.•Your business should have a margin to get into wholesale. If not, get a new product or product line to give you that margin.•Most sales are still happening in the physical world, even in pandemic times. You need that to scale.•Facebook doesn't allow for the kind of robust attribution that so many mechanisms, particularly digital media, allow.•Facebook is still highly in demand, but Google gets you much closer to the attribution model retail media provides.•QR codes are transforming the ability of brands, in whatever form, to communicate in both directions.•The CPG brands can be very slow to react, and they have a very structured budgetary process, and it's going to be challenging for them to catch up. •The brands that do catch up are going to be the ones to succeed. The ones that don't will soon start to see their brick-and-mortar shares fall.•Consumers are going to start losing their trust in the traditional brands that they've been used to. It's bad for the brand, but it's bad for the consumers as well.•The skills required in succeeding in digital is somewhat evolved and different from winning in a store model.•Everyone in CPG should start becoming proficient in CPC (cost per click) and ROAS (return on ad spend).•To scale effectively, understand that you need to have all the elements of the experience to give your consumers the confidence to make purchase decisions. Please provide the CPG Guys feedback at http://ratethispodcast.com/cpgguysCPG Guys Website: http://CPGGuys.comInstagram: http://Instagram.com/cpgguysTwitter: http://twitter.com/cpgguysDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
In this episode of Be EPIC, Matt is joined by Charles Morgan, a University of Arkansas alumnus, CEO, chairman of First Orion, and Arkansas Business Hall of Fame inductee. Charles was working in big data before anyone knew what big data was and has continued to scale companies and develop leaders. Listen as Charles recounts his extensive career in big data and how writing his many books helped others to understand big data. 821361
In the B2B world, we experience almost the same kind of problems. So sometimes, all it takes is thinking of your own situation to come up with something that delivers your market's needs. This is how Ray McKenzie developed an incredible software called “Starting Point,” a platform that compliments his first company, “Red Beach Advisors.” Along with Digital Marketing Expert Sean Rosensteel, who co-hosts this episode with me, we touch on the principles and processes that Ray applies to provide a great customer experience through their software services. Ray also talks about common challenges in delivering Software as a Service (SaaS) and ways that he deals with these obstacles. This episode provides tons of wisdom and inspiration on scaling a SaaS business into a $10-million company so tune in now! We'll talk about: Introduction [00:00] The beginning of Ray's management consulting firm [04:57] How Ray allocates resources on his two companies [11:25] Ray's goals with Red Beach Advisors and Starting Point [14:13] What Ray has been doing from the sales side [17:29] On-boarding with Starting Point and its service categories [19:24] Common objections that Ray gets and how he responds to them [22:28] The gap of providing full transparency during the sale-close process [26:46] The importance of providing great customer experience [30:48] What's in store for Ray's companies in Q4 2021 [35:19] Ray's industry of priority and how he approaches them [38:19] Starting Point's biggest challenge and how Ray busts through it [40:36] Ray's personal and professional recommendation [44:06] Biggest takeaways from the episode [46:43] Resource Links: Brett Trainor Website (https://bretttrainor.com/) Download Startup to Scaleup: A 4-Part Framework to Grow Your B2B Business to $10 Million (https://bretttrainor.com/resources/) Request a demo with Starting Point (https://www.startingpoint.ai/) Achieve efficient growth and success with the Red Beach Advisors (https://www.redbeachadvisors.com/) About Our Guest: Ray McKenzie is the founder of Starting Point, a software company that helps businesses delight their customers and clients by increasing customer care and support, reducing workflow to boost productivity. Starting Point is also used by Ray to enable his first company, Red Beach Advisors. Connect with Ray McKenzie: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raymondmckenzie Twitter: https://twitter.com/RayMc209 Connect with me and learn more about growing your business: Email: BT@BrettTrainor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttrainor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySoKsETeKxu-Fnf2VfE7Gg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainorBrett Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brett_Trainor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bretttrainor/ If you liked this episode, please don't forget to tune in, subscribe, and share this podcast.
As Broker/Owner of Price Mortgage, Andy Price knows how to scale a business. Starting out on his own, Andy took over a year to build out and perfect processes before he hired his first employee. Now with five years running his own brokerage, he has grown Price Mortgage to a team of 50 through organic growth and investment in his existing employees. Andy first joined the housing industry as a real estate agent but quickly made the change to broker, joining his family's shop. That is when everything clicked. He worked as a loan officer for years until he opened his own brokerage, Price Mortgage, in March 2017. In the first year of Price Mortgage, Andy did not hire anyone. Instead, he focused on setting up the groundwork, the processes, and the tech stack so when he did begin to hire loan officers everything would fit perfectly in place. He focused on making Price Mortgage a brokerage where LOs have all the tools and resources they need to thrive. Andy worked to identify pain points he experienced during his time as an LO so he could minimize or remove them. When he did begin hiring staff, he took a quantity over quality approach. Andy has never pushed to massively grow Price Mortgage. Through organic growth, Andy now has a team of 50 loan officers, processors, and loan officer assistants. The key to not only building a large team, but a successful one is to hire the right people, Andy said. That also means knowing when someone is not a good fit for your company. “Not everybody's a good fit and you can't always make them fit,” he said. The other key to building a successful team is to continue investing in your current staff. Instead of always hiring new loan officers, Andy works with his existing LOs to help them grow. It's easier and ultimately a better return on investment to help a current employee increase their production instead of going through the hiring process. When he does bring on new employees, he is careful to bring on a few people at a time at most. If you bring in a flood of people, your resources will be strained to accommodate all those new hires. Andy's parting advice: Treat others the way you want to be treated and give them the service you'd expect. A mortgage is the biggest decision many borrowers will ever make so make sure they understand the whole process and are comfortable with everything. The same advice goes for your team. Andy never asks his employees to do something he is unwilling to do himself. Any brokerage that is more focused on money than building relationships will lose in the end, Andy said. If you focus on your borrowers and staff, the money will follow. Getting into the Industry (2:06)Starting your Own Shop (10:03)Hiring & Training (25:22)Parting Advice (36:27) This Episode is sponsored by Homepoint
I have a fascinating show for you today that is part of my collaboration with IBM. My guest is Jose Favilla. Jose leads the global Industry 4.0 initiatives for IBM. And with over 30 years of experience in the field, Jose gives us a masterclass on Industry 4.0, including where it started, how it has evolved, where it is today, and where it is going Tuning in, you'll hear the importance of edge and AI in driving the value of industry 4.0, how this technology enables companies to predict and prevent failures from occurring, and how companies can use the power of AI to improve the maintenance, quality, and efficiency of manufacturing plants significantly. In this episode, Jose and I discuss: The importance of Edge and AI in driving the value of Industry 4.0 How to scale your Industry 4.0 initiatives How to select the best vendor for your digital transformation And much more. About Jose Favilla Jose Favilla leads Industry 4.0 at IBM. His 30+ years of extensive experience working with clients in over 30 countries helps them improve operational and business performance. Jose has accumulated an in-depth understanding of the asset-intensive industries, including natural resources, processes, and discrete manufacturing. Over his career, he has applied advanced analytics, optimization, AI, IoT, and Blockchain technologies to drive innovation. He has had the privilege of working with leading clients around the world to create new approaches and technologies to solve their complex business and operations problems. Jose has been recognized as one of the top industry experts at IBM and was invited to be a member of the inaugural class of the IBM Industry Academy in 2011. Jose has chaired and spoken in numerous conferences around the world and published extensively and has won several awards in recognition of my achievements. He mentors new talents, MBA students at the leading US universities, and CEOs. To learn more about Jose Favilla and IBM's Industry 4.0 Jose's LinkedIn profile Learn about IBM's approach to Industry 4.0 [Video] Manufacturers are using AI on a hybrid cloud with IBM [Interactive] Industry 4.0 scalability and flexibility [White paper] Industry 4.0 [Article] How the convergence of OT and IT is driving Industry 4.0 Additional case studies for Industry 4.0 Want to learn more? Sign up for my newsletter at DanielElizalde.com/Join for weekly advice and best practices directly to your inbox! Visit DanielElizalde.com/Podcast for additional information, show notes, and all episodes. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, so you don't miss out on any of my conversations with Product and Thought Leaders!
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On this episode of The Marketer's Journey, I interview Chandar Pattabhiram, CMO at Coupa, a global technology platform for business spend management. In the past, Chandar also held CMO roles at Marketo and Badgeville. During the episode, we discuss his career path so far, how to turn an educational brand into a global phenomenon and the key characteristics of a great CMO. Check out this and other episodes of The Marketer's Journey on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play!Key takeaways from this episode:When in doubt, remember: E=mc2. When searching for a new company to join, Chandar took notes from Einstein and came up with a simple pneumonic formula: the “M” in the equation refers to monetary, the first “C” stands for competitive advantage, and the second “C” stands for culture as he was looking for a company that was dedicated to supporting rather than managing its employees.Seek harmony. Chandar mentioned that the role of a CMO is to create harmony across the organization by supporting team members and understanding the nuances of the company's strategic goals. He recommends taking advantage of the skills and experience you've gained from prior roles while keeping a flexible approach.Embody the characteristics of a great CMO. Chandar believes there are three components of a great CMO: excellent storytelling skills, an understanding of the science of marketing, and the ability to harness all the moving parts of a marketing engine to form connections. Once you've mastered all these elements, Chandar says, you'll be well on your way as an effective marketing leader.Learn more about Coupa here: https://www.coupa.com/Learn more about Chandar here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chandarp/
Welcome to the Oil and Gas Onshore podcast — brought to you by TechnipFMC on the Oil and Gas Global Network, the largest and most listened-to podcast network for the oil and energy industry. In this episode Justin sits down with Becky Willmon and Scott McKenzie from Evolve to discuss their journey in energy while hearing how their recently founded company is set to help start-ups bring their ideas to the market place. LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-mckenzie-7186333/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/becky-willmon/ Evolve Village: https://www.evolve-village.com/villagehome We'd like to highlight some fascinating technology provided by our sponsor, TechnipFMC. Their new and integrated iComplete™ ecosystem is digitally enabled and delivers efficiency benefits by dramatically reducing components and connections while simultaneously providing real-time data to operators about the #wellpad operations. TechnipFMC is continuing to push the limits in order to achieve full frac automation. To discover more about all the benefits of iComplete™ click the link in the show notes or check them out on linkedin: https://lnkd.in/eeSVvcc TechnipFMC Giveaway https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/pcEvkKz/OGGN Ogio Dome duffle bag Yeti 20 oz purple tumbler Executive power bank Columbia neck gator AcePods 2.0 - True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Bluetooth Ear Buds Free day passes at The Cannon If you're in Houston ... The Cannon is a global membership community that is building a virtual and physical network of entrepreneurs, startups, investors, advisors and established companies to connect innovators of all types and from all backgrounds with the resources they need to succeed. If you are looking for flexible office or desk space so that you can take a break from your work from home situation, mention OGGN at the front desk of The Cannon for a free day pass! More Oil and Gas Global Network Podcasts OGGN.com – https://oggn.com/podcasts OGGN Street Team LinkedIn Group – https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12458373/ OGGN on Social LinkedIn Group | LinkedIn Company Page | Facebook | modalpoint | OGGN OGGN Events Get notified each month Justin Gauthier LinkedIn
Our guest today is here to share actionable advice on creating social content that drives results, how to measure those results properly, and an inside look at what's working best in 2021. Vasa Martinez joins the Wavebreak Podcast to talk about his experience creating amazing results for clients across community, creative, and innovation.In this episode you'll learn:How Growth Buster creates their content calendar, including how far out it's scheduled, how they mix-in evergreen content with topical content, and whether they take a quality or quantity approach to social posting.Why Vasa doesn't buy into the traditional formula for measuring the effectiveness of social posts, and the alternative formula he uses as his gold standard.What kinds of social content are working the best in 2021? Hint: It's not video.Vasa Martinez is Founder of Growth Buster, a digital + retail marketing agency and CMO of Outer Aisle. Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedGrowth BusterLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.
A disciplined and organized execution system is like a well-oiled machine that will keep your business running. Dr. Diane Hamilton is joined by Don Wenner, founder and CEO of DLP Capital, author, speaker, and expert in scaling business for greater profits. Don proposes that more than external factors, it's the internal systems and processes that predict business success. In this episode, he explains how building successful business results from building an elite organization. If you want to learn more about improving your business operation, this is the episode for you. Tune in as Don shares insights from his latest book, Building an Elite Organization: The Blueprint to Scaling a High-Growth, High-Profit Business, and gain insight that could save and grow your business. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton dives deep into her latest book with Dr. Maja Zelihic, Power of Perception: Eliminating Boundaries to Create Successful Global Leaders. She expounds on the concepts behind the Perception Power Index and shares how understanding perception ultimately leads to better communication in the workplace.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Take The Lead community today:DrDianeHamilton.comDr. Diane Hamilton FacebookDr. Diane Hamilton TwitterDr. Diane Hamilton LinkedInDr. Diane Hamilton YouTubeDr. Diane Hamilton Instagram
Sam Wilson is an active investor in self-storage, parking, multi-family apartments, RV parks, single-family homes. He is the Founder of Bricken Investment Group and Host of the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. Sam holds his bachelor's degree in business finance from the University of Memphis and holds his real estate license in Tennessee. In addition to his years of real estate experience, he also has a diverse background in business ownership and management. Sam's current focus is presenting nationwide investment opportunities for his personal and his investors' portfolios.[00:01 - 04:55] Living the Dream Let's get to know Sam WilsonHealth and time are the ultimate currencies[04:56 - 21:52] How to Scale Your Real Estate GameSam's most creative dealMost of the time, it's about moneyWhy Should You Hire Virtual Assistants?The best & worst VAs Hiring Your VAOut-of-the-Box Investments[21:53 - 30:49] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?Detasseling cornWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?Mastering the Market CycleWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Play the pianoWhat does success mean to you?“Health, wealth, and time.”Putting actions behind your wordsConnect with Sam. Links available belowResources Mentioned: Lieutenant BirnbaumDetox, Declutter, DominateTweetable Quotes:“Finding out why and doing your title search is a big deal.” -Sam Wilson“You don't really get your time back until you get your wealth straight.” -Sam WilsonConnect with Sam through email@example.com and LinkedIn. Visit their website https://brickeninvestmentgroup.com/ and https://brickeninvestmentgroup.com/checklist/. LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeExclusive Facebook Groupwww.yonahweiss.comNone of this could be possible without the awesome team at Buzzsprout. They make it easy to get your show listed on every major podcast platform.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/weissadvice)
Brandon Straza is the founder and owner of the American Option Insurance group, host of The Mastermind Effect podcast, and founder and creator of The Success Finder. Today, Brandon shares the series of events that led him to found and create The Success Finder. Along the way, he talks about his “give mentality,” influence and responsibility, and creating a foundation to take calculated risks. This episode is brought to you by Adaptability Coaching. Want to learn how to make adaptability your superpower to thrive in business and beyond? Learn psychology and neuroscience-backed frameworks and tools to harness the adaptability of the human brain. Learn to become fast, flexible, and formidable. Learn more at www.DrYishai.com/Coaching Guest Links:Download the App: https://linktr.ee/thesuccessfinderWebsite: https://thesuccessfinder.comYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0pSSlA8JEJ-kDZjUTwQWgwLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thesuccessfinder/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesuccessfinder/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSuccessFinder2021/ Host Links:Podcast Website:https://thebusinesscouchwithdryishai.buzzsprout.com/Dr. Yishai's email: Yishai@DrYishai.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dryishaiInstagram: @DrYishai or https://www.instagram.com/dryishai/Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is for general informational purposes only and shall not be relied on or construed as coaching advice. © 2020 Yishai B LLC. All rights reserved.
Susannah Horwitz is a trauma-informed, nature based expressive arts therapist and licensed professional counselor, with dual licensure in Massachusetts and Colorado. She loves to bring therapy clients "off the couch" and into the outdoors to help them connect with the multifaceted powers of imagination, sense of humor, playfulness, and creativity to heal trauma and thrive. She created private practices in two different states--without investing time or money into a website or social media presence--by simply focusing on building and nurturing authentic connections with others in and outside of the counseling field. As an introverted therapist, she has spent many years debunking the myths that we are told about how difficult networking is for introverted therapists. It has become her mission to share what she has learned so that other therapists can also find more ease and enjoyment in building a strong referral base for their ideal private practices.
What started as a festival bringing together elders from around the world has become a platform of superheroes! Aniwa is a movement to amplify the voices of Indigenous leaders and today's guests founders Vivien Vilela & Rudy Randa share what that means in the time of Covid. We start with Vivian and Rudy's initial awakenings, which started like many of ours. at outdoor dance parties. We discuss what is known as the Rainbow Prophecy and how that gave birth to the Aniwa Gathering. We talk about some of the Indigenous leaders they represent like Benki Piyãko, Mona Polacca, and the mysterious Mamos of the Sierra Nevadas. Finally we explore how we might transmit elder knowledge to a Western context and how we could scale Indigenous wisdom in our modern world. The Aniwa Gathering is a non-profit event produced by The Boa Foundation bringing together 40 of the world's most respected indigenous leaders and elders to share their wisdom over 4 days of cultural exchange and sacred ceremonies. Links Aniwa: https://www.aniwa.co/ The Boa Foundation: https://www.theboafoundation.org/ Brazil: Reject Anti-Indigenous Rights Bill: https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/08/24/brazil-reject-anti-indigenous-rights-bill Aniwa on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aniwa.co/?hl=en Boa Foundation on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theboafoundation/?hl=en Timestamps :07 - Vivian and Rudy both first opened up through outdoor parties :18 - The Rainbow Prophecy and the Aniwa Festival of Indigenous wisdom :29 - A superhero team of indigenous elders :47 - Transmitting elder wisdom to a Western context :59 - Scaling access to indigenous wisdom
Philip Glazman of River, a bitcoin only exchange in the US joins me on the show to talk about the process of using lightning as an exchange. We talk about: Experiences with lightning over the years User profiles and how customers use lightning with River Customer education Swap services Lightning and Liquid comparison Technical overview Links: Twitter: @philipglazman Article: Scaling Lightning Network at River - River.com Sponsors: Swan Bitcoin Hodl Hodl Lend Compass Mining Unchained Capital (code LIVERA) CypherSafe (code LIVERA) CoinKite.com (code LIVERA) Stephan Livera links: Show notes and website Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera
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