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Tribe of Leaders
How to Bring Polarized Groups and Conversations Together with Brian McComak

Tribe of Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:25


Brian McComak is a consultant, speaker, author and facilitator with over 20 years of experience in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, HR, company culture, change management, internal communications, and employee experience. He is the founder and CEO of Hummingbird Humanity, a consulting firm that cultivates and champions inclusive workplace cultures and human-centered leadership.   Let's tune in to his story!   [00:01 – 10:36] Opening Segment Brian McComak, CEO and founder of Hummingbird Humanity What Makes Workspaces not Human Centric   [10:37 – 19:37] Workforce and Workspaces Now How corporations became unemotional, robotic, authoritarian Creating workspaces where humans thrive The workforce demographics is changing significantly   [19:38 – 28:08] Creating Diverse and Healing Workplaces How to Bring People in a Workplace to Heal Diversity Learning Circle Understanding diversity and other people's point of view   [28:09 – 39:56] Humanity in the Workplace Brian has a book coming out next year about humanity in the workplace Curiosity: Are people more curious about conversations now than before? Showing up over agreeing Take that first   [39:57 – 49:24] Closing Segment Take that first step Curiosity is a powerful tool Self-care is important   Connect with Brian Email: hello@hummingbirdhumanity.com Website: BrianMcComak.com, HummingbirdHumanity.com Phone: 646-483-9132 LinkedIn: in/BmcComak Instagram: @BrianMcComak   If you liked my show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, share, and subscribe!     WANT TO LEARN MORE?   Connect with me through Emi Kirschner Business Coach, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.   Check us out on Apple Podcasts.   Thanks for tuning in!    Tweetable Quotes   “I want business leaders to be still business leaders and make responsible decisions that have a return on investment that may have an impact and, and also acknowledge the humanity and infuse that into the decision making.” - Brian McComak      

Heartland POD
The Democrats Did Something Good; C.W. Gardner and his 2,038 Votes; Reece Ellis & Social Media Presence v. Voter Turnout Realities; Kansas's High Turnout v. MO Underwhelming Showing

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 93:07


Heartland POD on Twitter - @TheHeartlandPOD NOTE - THERE IS NO LAST CALL THIS WEEK IGNORE ADAM ABOUT THAT!Co-HostsAdam Sommer @Adam_Sommer85Rachel Parker @RaichetPSean Diller @SeanDillerCO Guest Hosts Reece Ellis @TheReeceEllisCW Gardner (Gardner 4 Missourah) @cwg18 True or False - Candidate Social Media presence translates to election performanceGuest Reece Ellis - made an excellent thread looking at this issue in Missouri https://twitter.com/TheReeceEllis/status/1554818826457550848Yeah…NO - Election denier and ultra MAGA candidates primary wins Blake Masters in AZFinchman https://www.npr.org/sections/2022-live-primary-election-race-results/2022/08/03/1114845378/arizona-secretary-of-state-primary-election-resultsLakeBuy or Sell - High turnout in Kansas on “NO” vote favors Gov. Kelly and Rep Davids , in NovemberDem turnout was 250% compared to 2018 https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/election/article263946446.htmlVote went 58% to 41% - mirrors basic national polling on the issue of legality of abortionhttps://www.npr.org/sections/2022-live-primary-election-race-results/2022/08/02/1115317596/kansas-voters-abortion-legal-reject-constitutional-amendmentCounty breakdownhttps://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/08/02/us/elections/results-kansas-abortion-amendment.htmlKansas turnout v. MissouriKanas blew MO out of the waterhttps://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/election/article264147101.htmlVoters flocked to the polls in significant numbers Tuesday in the Kansas City area, particularly on the Kansas side of the state line. Statewide, Kansas' turnout was far greater than Missouri's: around 47% of Kansas voters cast a ballot, while only around 24% of Missouri voters did. Of the counties that make up the Kansas City metro area, Johnson County saw by far the highest turnout at 53.7%. While not as high as the state's average of about 47%, Wyandotte County came in second place with nearly 35% turnout—higher than any of the Missouri counties in the metro.The Big One: Dems passing legislation Inflation Reduction Act (the IRA?) New Reconciliation Bill survives, and it's major legislationhttps://twitter.com/whcos/status/1556385691759792131?s=21&t=UOe7d3b201anlwuKPyZAVgBurn pits billCHIPS Passed late afternoon on SundayWhat is in the Inflation Reduction Act? - https://www.npr.org/2022/08/07/1116190180/democrats-are-set-to-pass-a-major-climate-health-and-tax-bill-heres-whats-in-ithttps://www.politico.com/news/2022/08/07/democrats-senate-reconciliation-votearama-00050222Guardian article: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/aug/07/inflation-reduction-act-senate-democrats-pass?CMP=Share_iOSApp_OtherEnvironmental measuresPrescription drug negotiation by medicare for SOME drugs15% corp min taxRepublicans stripped out the insulin caphttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-08-07/tax-bill-latest-democrats-dare-gop-to-strip-out-insulin-capl https://heartlandpod.com/Twitter: @TheHeartlandPOD"Change The Conversation"

Off-Farm Income
OFI 1457: How To Succeed Showing Horses | FFA SAE Edition | Hayven Smethurst | Seneca High School FFA

Off-Farm Income

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 20:17


All summer we have been profiling students transitioning from their 9th to their 10th grade years in the FFA.  These interviews are a lot of fun to do because if I can ask just the right question I can tap into area of expertise that are already developed in these young students. Our guest today is Hayven Smethurst.  She has a lot of involvement in the FFA.  She joined because she thought it would help her to advocate for agriculture, and she took action.  She did this by recruiting her friends, who are not involved in agriculture, to join the FFA with her.  She believes through these efforts she can expose more people to agriculture and help to bring people into this industry to keep it going into the future.  So far she has successfully recruited three people to join her chapter who otherwise would not have done that! In addition to her advocacy efforts Hayven loves animals and raises several different species at her home.  She also works with dairy cattle on her grandparents dairy, and she shows dairy cattle for a nearby dairy with registered Holsteins.  If fitting, training and showing 8 head of Holsteins in a summer were not enough, she also shows horses and keeps 8 of her own. When I started asking Hayven about showing horses and being successful in the arena, her knowledge and expertise really started to shine.  She had a lot of great information for any future or current exhibitor who wants to show horses and has goals of improving their performance.  Hayven's passion for the equine shone through in the interview so strongly that I titled the episode "how to succeed showing horses"! SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Equine & Dairy Production HIGH SCHOOL: Seneca High School; Seneca, Wisconsin MASCOT: Royals FFA ADVISOR: Brigid Leofeoholz CONTACT INFORMATION FOR HAYVEN SMETHURST: Click on the picture below to be taken to the Seneca High School website: Hayven's FFA Advisor's Email Address: bloeffelholz@seneca.k12.wi.us Seneca High School Telephone Number: 608-737-9177 FFA LINKS: National FFA Organization Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE's) Support FFA  Donate to FFA - One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start - pay it forward. REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA: Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food. Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth. Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store: “The future of American agriculture depends on the involvement and investment in America's youth, In order to prepare for the population of tomorrow, we need to encourage America's youth today, and show that careers in agriculture are profitable, rewarding, and vital.”. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:  

The Successful Nurse Coach
029: The Spouse's Journey With Evan Minard

The Successful Nurse Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:08


In this episode, Laura invites her husband Evan to weigh in on the spouses perception of this journey! From certification, difficulty in the marriage that turned into a blessing, to doubling down on a dream without evidence! This is a raw and real conversation between a married couple on the other side of leaving a well paying job and launching a business! A must listen for spouses who maybe aren't on board with the vision. TIME STAMP [01:54] Evan and Laura share the beginning stages of Laura's journey of becoming a Nurse Coach [06:00] The power of investing in yourself [11:59] Evan and Laura worked with a couples coach [17:17] Evan shares his view of coaches [27:00] Not all debt is hard [28:40] Limitless possibilities [33:22] Showing up and BEING Abundant To connect with Evan Minard: evanminardcoaching@gmail.com Make sure to subscribe, rate and review our podcast!  Join our Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/thesuccessfulnursecoach ( HERE)  You can check us out on Instagram @successful_nursecoaches Websitehttps://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus ( https://www.thesuccessfulnursecoaches.com/workwithus)

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Hangin' with the Boys: Showing Some Love

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:14


It's time to spotlight a few guys who might deserve it, although they may not be on the offensive line. Is there concern about the protection Dak will get? Plus, how is Anthony Barr going to help the linebackers? Nate calls in and Jesse's got camp eyes as we enter Week Three of training camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crossbridge Community Church

This week Pastor Sherry Stevenson continues our message series: To be Continued...

Biblical Archaeology Today w/ Steve Waldron
Bronze Age Cemetery Discovered In Wales

Biblical Archaeology Today w/ Steve Waldron

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 5:05


Showing mankind has a respect for the dead. Thank you for listening! Please share!

Out & About
Your Oklahoma is Showing ft. Alex Bennett & Kontent Kim

Out & About

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 41:28 Very Popular


Alex Bennett and Kontent Kim join the boys for a mini-episode that goes off the RAILS. They talk Rough N' Rowdy, Oklahoma, Kim's previous work and everything in between. That plus we answer voicemails from the Ma'am Mafia. For the love of God, please wear headphones for this one.

The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics
216. Unity: Cialdini's 7th Principle of Persuasion

The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 34:30 Very Popular


A little over a year ago, in episode 157 of The Brainy Business, I was honored to have Dr. Robert Cialdini join me on the show to talk about the new and expanded version of his book Influence, which has sold many, many millions of copies around the world, and it is so impactful even nearly 40 years after its original publishing date. The new version added 220 (pure gold!) pages and a whole new seventh principle of persuasion – unity – which is of course the focus of today's episode.  The six original principles of persuasion include reciprocity, liking, authority, scarcity, social proof, and commitment/consistency. Most of those already have their own episodes of the podcast, which are linked for you in the show notes along with my interview with Bob when he was on the show. So, why unity? As I said, while I've dedicated episodes to several of the initial six principles, including scarcity, social proof, reciprocity, and precommitment…I haven't done them all yet…so why jump to the end with Unity before “completing the set” so to speak? Listen in to find out why and learn more about the amazing principle of unity.  Show Notes: [00:07] Today's behavioral economics foundations episode is all about Cialdini's new 7th principle of persuasion: unity. [00:48] In episode 157 of The Brainy Business, I was honored to have Dr. Robert Cialdini join me on the show to talk about the new and expanded version of his book Influence, which has sold multi multi multi million copies and it is so impactful even nearly 40 years after its original publishing date. [03:36] Unity is an underlying principle that runs through all the others. If you have unity, everything else can come easier, so understanding this technique can be impactful in most any approach. (A great reason to jump here first! It also has less info on it when you search since it is new, so I wanted to contribute there, and it has a big feature in my new book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You).  [04:54] Melina shares an overview of the first six principles. Reciprocity: when given a gift, even something incredibly small, people feel compelled to give back to the gifter. [05:51] People are more likely to do business with people they like. We are also influenced by people in authority even when they don't have any expertise in the area we may be asking about. [06:28] Because we are a herding species, we are very influenced by social proof. We also are very influenced by items that are scarce. We find them more valuable, our FOMO and loss aversion are triggered.  [07:04] People like to be consistent and do what they have said they will do.  They also like to do business with people who do what they say they will do. Showing that you have done this is powerful. [08:02] If people aren't buying what you have to sell, whether it is an idea or a physical product or service or anything else, it doesn't necessarily mean the idea is wrong or bad. You can often change the way you are presenting the information and enjoy a different result. [08:35] Unity goes beyond liking or social proof and is in the space of how we are the same. It's not just that I like you, but we are (as they say) cut from the same cloth. When you are part of my tribe, when we are a WE, I become more compelled toward whatever it is you are asking for or offering up. [09:36] We all have a lot of identities that we flow between throughout the day; they don't have to be weighty to create that connection.  [10:54] It is pretty easy for people to come up with 20 self-defining things pretty quickly off the top of their head.  [12:32] The way we identify with a group can shape the way we see the world around us and the decisions we make. [14:31] A key to unity is finding what is central, core, or defining to both people. [16:25] When you find something that you like about someone else, it creates a connection that makes them, in turn, like you more. [18:03] Ask good questions and know there will be some commonality that will help you to find them more interesting and engaging, and give you something to talk about, and that it is possible they will think of you more fondly as well. [18:22] Know that when you need to ask people for things, your own affinity groups or people who you would say are part of your “I am” group are a great place to start because they are the most likely to say yes to you. [21:11] Bringing one particular aspect of your shared identity to the front of their mind at the right time – making that particular identity you share salient at the right moment – is key for using unity in your life and work communication. [22:17] People are busy and their brains are even busier. Reminding someone of that important detail at the right moment can have a massive impact. [23:32] We form an idea of who we are, what we are about, and the brain is really good at explaining why every action supports the way we see ourselves. [26:30] The main point I want to make is that our busy brains have a lot going on and when you are asking or offering something to someone, the way you present that information matters because the brain will assume that whatever you bring up is being brought up for some reason and it has a lot of weight on the decision the person makes in that moment. [28:46] Unity is an amazing concept that can help you relate better to those around you and have a higher likelihood that things will just flow better and be easier for you. [29:05] Take Melina's Unity Challenge. Do the 20 statement challenge Dominic talked about in the snip from his episode on The Power of Us. Next, pick three people whom you can practice on finding a new opportunity for unity with. Use your freebie worksheet in these notes to help! [31:23] The second challenge you could take on would be to look at the short term, and if there is someone you need to ask for a favor from or to pitch something to. [32:31] Try out one or both of these challenges and share it with Melina on social media. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show.  I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! More from The Brainy Business:

Luscious Hustle
440. What the Hell is Going On with Instagram? [And what you can do about it!]

Luscious Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 26:34


In this episode, Betsy and Laura share their frustrations and breakthroughs around the MANY changes that are happing on Instagram.   So. Many. Changes. But before you decide to give up on social media completely… Tune in to hear how they have embrace the wild world of 7 second reels and why loving your content as well as showing love for other creator's content may change your experience online.  [1:30] Throwback to a simpler social world… [5:00] Are we being gaslit by Instagram?  [9:00] The economics of social media. [16:00] Showing love for content creation: Yours & Theirs. [20:00] Legacy content vs. copyingcatting. Resources mentioned in this episode:  Subscribe to the Luscious Hustle Newsletter HERE.   Watch Betsy's “Come on Fishy” Reel HERE Watch Betsy's Talking Head Reel HERE Watch Laura's “Stranger Things” Reel HERE

Essential Guide to Writing a Novel
Episode 24 - Showing others our work. And strong sentence-by-sentence writing techniques.

Essential Guide to Writing a Novel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 23:47


Should we show friends and family our manuscripts as we compose them?  Good reasons for and against exist.  The key to vivid writing: be specific, definite, and concrete.  Plus, famous romantic lines, avoiding useless analogies, and a technique for vivid writing: using verbs rather than verb objects.

Scale Your Small Business
150 - Updating Your Website

Scale Your Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 10:42


Thanks for joining us on the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom! Today, we're going to break down the steps and key moments you'll encounter when you update your business' website. It can seem like an overwhelming project, but it's possible to calm the chaos.    One of the most important things to remember when you're building your website is this: your website isn't about you, it's about the problem you solve. People are purchasing things from us because they have a problem and need to purchase the solution. By making that crystal clear for people, it makes so much easier that decision-making process and leads to people buying more. If your competitor has a much clearer, easy-to-use website, people will automatically go there first. Make sure your website's images build trust with your potential clients. It's okay to use stock images, but you should have photos of yourself if possible.    Websites are living, breathing things. It's not a set it and forget it—you will always be updating it. Change happens all the time, and you want to keep up with it to make sure your clients are getting the best experience possible. Showing people how easy it is to work with you starts with your website.    Make sure that your top navigation bar is easy to understand and that things are grouped together the way they should be. Making sure that your customers can communicate with you easily is a huge step in the right direction. If someone has a question, it should be simple to start a chat. As far as pop-ups go, if they're annoying to you, then don't use them. Be intentional about how and when they are used.    Another big item you can add to your website is testimonials. Now keep in mind that yes, you are selling something. So you want to provide people's feedback of how they felt after they purchase your product, and what that product did for them. What problem did it solve? These testimonials will allow you to paint a picture for the viewer of your website and your potential client of what they can expect.    Make sure you have a mock-up of your website and get feedback before you go live. Feedback from strangers is best because they'll give you the most objective perspective on what you have to offer. It can be easy to overcomplicate a website! Take feedback to heart and make changes.    Key Takeaways   Your website isn't about you, it's about the problem you solve.   Websites are living, breathing things. It's not a set it and forget it—you will always be updating it.    Testimonials will allow you to paint a picture for the viewer of your website and your potential client of what they can expect.

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast
How To Build Confidence and Competence

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 46:53


Today I'm talking to Marcy Amato about how to build confidence and competence. Marcy Amaro, is an educator, speaking expert, podcaster, and empowerment coach who has been working with new entrepreneurs and business owners for nearly three decades. As a coach and mentor, she helps her clients find the confidence and develop the skills necessary to refine their voice and increase their impact through public speaking. Video, podcasting, live events, and other speaking engagements are the fastest and most effective way to scale your business and increase your impact. Marcy can help you find, hone, and leverage your voice for both impact AND income! In this episode, you'll learn about how to build confidence and comptence as well as...   Marcy's definition of confidence The concept 'From Unconscious Incompetence to Unconscious Competence' The correlation between responsibility and confidence Actionable first steps would you recommend for someone who is struggling with self-doubt, lack of confidence, or imposter syndrome And so much more Marcy's Resources   Marcy's Website Connect with Marcy on: LinkedIn Instagram Facebook Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes We use Descript to edit our episodes and it's fantastic! Email Sarah at sarah@sarahsantacroce.com Thanks for listening!   After you listen, check out Humane Business Manifesto, an invitation to belong to a movement of people who do business the humane and gentle way and disrupt the current marketing paradigm. You can download it for free at this page. There's no opt-in. Just an instant download. Are you enjoying the podcast?  The Humane Marketing show is listener-supported—I'd love for you to become an active supporter of the show and join the Humane Marketing Circle. You will be invited to a private monthly Q&A call with me and fellow Humane Marketers -  a safe zone to hang out with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and help each other build our business and grow our impact.  — I'd love for you to join us! Learn more at humane.marketing/circle Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Android to get notified for all my future shows and why not sign up for my weekly(ish) "Sarah Suggests Saturdays", a round-up of best practices, tools I use, books I read, podcasts, and other resources. Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Marcy: [00:00:00] Hi, Marcy. So good to  Sarah: see you and good to hang out with you. We're actually doing a double episode. Wonderful. My show. And then I'm gonna.  Marcy: To your show as well. So really excited to be. Yeah, I'm really excited. I'm really excited. Thank you.  Sarah: So we got to know each other Marcy, because you invited me to a summit. I call it, I, I ended up calling it a cozy summit because I just felt like it was such a cozy atmosphere. I'm not a. Not always a big fan of these huge summits, whether there's like 50 speakers, you know, like it's almost like overwhelming  Marcy: the people who sign up sometimes  Sarah: they're they're good value. But anyway, I liked yours. It was very cozy. And thank you. And authentic, because that was also the, the topic the, of, of this summit. So being authentic in business and, and visibility and all that. So we really connected on that authentic level. And I thought, well, I need to [00:01:00] have you on my show, not to talk about authenticity. , but what we really wanted to talk about is something that you presented to your summit subscribers about this idea of and I have to read it because it's, it's, it's like, it was like a, to how do you call those tongue. Tongue twister, tongue twister. Yeah. Tongue twister. Because it it's, it is from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence. Yes. So this idea that you go from the incompetence to competence, but from unconscious to, and I actually said it wrong from unconscious to conscious, right.  Marcy: No, it's unconscious to unconscious. Yeah. Unconscious to unconscious. Explain it more in a minute. Yeah. okay.  Sarah: Yeah. So anyway, we're, we're gonna unpack that because I think there's a lot to say about that. But maybe. Before we get into that you call yourself a speaking and empowerment coach. So tell us what the biggest, biggest struggle is for your [00:02:00] clients. What, what did they, what did they come to you  Marcy: for? Most of my clients come to me because they have been trying to build a tribal movement around something that is just a passion of theirs. Something that they truly believe would change the world for the better. But they can't seem to get traction on their message. Like they go back and forth on how to present it, or they might even be terrified of the whole idea of standing in front of other people and talking, even if it's virtually like a lot of people have a lot of apprehension. In fact, public speaking is the number one fear in the world. So they are reallys. Scared or uncomfortable or unsure about how to get their message out there. So what I help them do is hone in on what their real message is. Mm-hmm , I help them gain confidence and empower them in their ability to present that message in a way that resonates with other people. And then I help them launch some sort of platform so that they can actually [00:03:00] deliver their message and make it visible and accessible to the public. So that's what they come to me.  Sarah: Mm sounds wonderful. And you mentioned a term that I think kind of fits with this unconscious incompetence and unconscious competence, which is the word confidence. So. You help your clients with confidence? Tell us mm-hmm, more about how you would define confidence. We talk about confidence a lot here on this podcast, because for, you know, the gentle kind of people, the heart centered entrepreneurs, confidence is a big thing. Yes. So how would you define it? How do you talk about it in your  Marcy: words? My big thing with confidence is we tend to confuse it with self assurance, right? Like most of the time when we talk about wanting to be confident, what we're really looking for is that sense of self assurance that I can stand wherever I'm at and look like I know what I'm doing and where I won't be fidgeting and nervous and unsure about [00:04:00] what I am about to. Right. Mm-hmm mm-hmm so that is more of a self-assurance issue than confidence. In my view, confidence is something that is dependent on the task and on the situation, like we can be completely confident in certain circumstances and completely lack confidence in others. And it's the same person. Right? So when we talk about confidence per se, In my opinion, we're looking more at competence than confidence. And we can talk about that distinction in a minute if you'd like, but it's this idea that. Confidence comes from feeling like we have the skill, the talent, and the ability to perform the particular task that is in front of us. Not necessarily the overall sense of self assurance. Those are two different things in my view. Mm  Sarah: it's interesting. So it, to me, it sounds like. One. So the, the self-assurance is kind of like definitely this inner work to, you know, that you can work on [00:05:00] to get self-assurance and then the confidence, the way you define it is more like, well, get competent and then you will feel more con.  Marcy: Fit confidence. It does feel like we're doing a tongue twister, right? yes. And there are different, and there are different elements to this piece of confidence. Right. And I think that they all somehow intertwine and stem from competence in what we will unpack in a minute, but it comes from. Competence right from the commitment on actually achieving whatever it is that you're trying to achieve. And from as assuming responsibility right for that task or that end result. So when I know that I'm not a victim to whatever's happening around me, that I am responsible for the results I produce when I am committed. To getting to that result. And I am developing the confidence to get to that result. I mean, the competence, there's no way I cannot be confident in doing what I'm about to do. Does that make sense? Mm mm-hmm mm-hmm  Sarah: so you brought in another word [00:06:00] that's responsibility and so , well, I think it's time that we unpack your, your concept from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence so that we. Kind of place these different terms at the right places. So tell us all about  Marcy: absolutely. And it might get a little tricky there for a minute. So I'll go a little slowly at the beginning. So there are four levels in this transition, and this is not a concept that I came up with. This is something that I've learned throughout my study of leadership and it begins with whatever. What we want to accomplish whatever skill we want to be confident in or whatever we want to do. We typically start at the unconscious incompetence level, which means that we don't know what we don't. Right. So we are unsure of what it even entails. We might know that we want to do something with it. We might know that it's important. We might have a preliminary definition of what it is, but we don't know all the skills that are involved. We [00:07:00] don't know what we should research. We don't even know where to start. Right. So that's the unconscious incompetent piece from that we move to conscious incompetence, which means that now we are aware of everything that we Don. So we've all been in the, in the space, right. Where we are trying to get better at something, whatever it might be. And we start looking into it and then we realize, oh, wait a minute, like, let's use business for instance, wait a minute. I thought I could just start a business, but I need to learn about marketing. And I need to know about copywriting and I need to know about audiences and I need to know about promotion and I need to know about offers and, and we start unpacking all the different things that are involved in it. And suddenly we're really conscious of everything that we don't. So we get into the space, usually of feeling a little bit of overwhelmed and of feeling like, do I really need to know all of this and feeling this big because we realize how little we actually know about the enterprise that we just started. And that's that level of conscious incompetence. Mm-hmm as we start. [00:08:00] Just diving into all that research. Then we move into conscious competence, which is when we are able to do the thing. So we know what we need to do, but we need to be very conscious and very aware of every step involved in the process. So that's when we might need to rely on checklists or we might need to rely on scripts, or we might need to do get a little hand holding from someone that's gonna walk us through the process. Right. So we can do it. We're able to perform, but we still need eight and resources to help us through because we're very conscious of every little step that we need to do. Right. And then we finally get to that level of unconscious competence, which is when we are so competent in that skill, that it becomes second nature. It's in our body language, it's in everything we do, it becomes part of who we are. We don't have to think about it. We. Do it, and it becomes so ingrained in who we are and what we do that [00:09:00] sometimes we even forget that we went through that entire process and it becomes something that we take for granted. Mm-hmm because it's so. Comfortable. And it's so easy and we are so confident in doing it that we don't even have to think about it. So those are the stages.  Sarah: Mm. Yeah. I love that. And when you presented it, you kind of had this these steps, right. Like of a staircase and we were you you're going up. I have a bunch of follow up questions and, and maybe also kind. Playing devil's advocate about the last stage, but let me start with the, the idea of the word incompetence to me. It has kind of, you know, has this negative aftertaste in my mouth, Sinai. I think it's just natural and human to not want to be incompetent. So is it always a bad thing to be incompetent? Marcy: Not even a little bit. And actually , there's this saying in my world, embrace the suck. I don't know if you've heard that before. Mm-hmm but embrace the fact that [00:10:00] everybody starts sucking and I hate that word, but. I mean, it is what it is. We all start bad at whatever it is that we're doing something. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And the thing is once we understand all those terms that we usually assign a negative connotation to us neutral. Right. So there's nothing good or bad unless you interpret it as good or bad. Yes. Can we all agree on that? So if we agree on that, then we can see that incompetence simply means that we are not yet competent. So that means there's a lot of room for growth and for improvement. Right? Right. And if we embrace this idea that we need to be lifelong learners, then every time we recognize an area of unconscious incompetence, We should get excited about the prospect of eventually becoming competent. If it's something that really resonates with us, or that is important to us, right? Mm-hmm , there are areas in life that I will always want to be incompetent in. Right. There are things that I just have absolutely no interest in learning. At all [00:11:00] whatsoever, like I have no interest in learning how to play football. I have no interest, you know, there are certain things that I'm just not interested in and you as well. So it's okay to recognize that those are areas of incompetence. And even as we build businesses, or even as we grow our movements, It's important to recognize those areas of incompetence and be honest with ourselves about whether that is something that we want to build the competence in, or if it's something that we simply want to get alongside someone else who is competent at it, who gets passion from it, who loves it. And then partner with that person because that's part of the beauty. I think of what you propose as humane and gentle marketing, right. Is we don't have to know it all. We can be in collaboration with other people and that expands our ability to be competent.  Sarah: Yeah. Or, or even just. Not do it at all. Like I'm thinking of, you know, the social media things. Well, I'm definitely incompetent on Instagram and I could partner with someone who's [00:12:00] competent. But maybe I just don't want to so I can also absolutely say, you know, not for me it's okay. That I I'm. Absolutely. I'm not there. Yeah. Yeah. I really appreciate you saying that. And then the other end of the spectrum is the, the, the unconscious competence where. You know, sometimes it's also good to still have that beginner's mind all the time. Right. And, and I think you kind of hinted at it's like this risk of feeling super competent and then maybe start lacking. Is it like slacking a little bit and not doing the preparation you need to do or. Or just not expand your thinking and, and your learning. Have you seen that as well?  Marcy: Yeah. And not only that and I, I will touch on what you just said, but I would add to that the layer of I very often have clients who come to me with this. Belief that they don't have anything special to offer the marketplace. Like there's nothing unique about them at [00:13:00] all. And that stems from being so deeply into unconscious competence, that they can't even recognize their talents anymore. Right. Like they're, they come so naturally to them that they don't see it as something special, but what is. An unconsciously competent area for you is most likely something that somebody else is having a hard time with or wanting to learn more about mm-hmm so there's two dangers to this area of unconscious competence. And I will tell you in a second, what I believe the solution to that is, but it's like you mentioned is first getting really LA lack about it and being all like, oh, it's fine. I don't need to worry about it, cuz I'm just so good at it. Don't need to grow anymore. I don't need to worry about it anymore. And on the other side, becoming so disattached from it, right? That you don't even recognize it as a talent or an ability or a value that you can bring to the marketplace anymore. Right? So my solution to that [00:14:00] is always room for growth, no matter where you're at and to develop what It's called and I forget the lady's name right now, but I will think of it a learner's mindset. Right? So it's just this idea of always being in a position to learn more, to grow more, to see. And a lot of that has to do with the environment that you surround yourself with and the networking and the connections that you make. Right? Because as you get in touch with others who are also really competent in certain areas, you start to realize, oh wait, I never thought of it that way. Or I never saw it this way, or I never. Experimented with doing it that way. And you start to see that there's always even more room for growth. Mm-hmm .  Sarah: Yeah. At the same time, when I think about, you know, marketing and humane marketing, I'm, I'm kind of like, if I always look somewhere else, then I also kind of lose my own way again. so it, it really is a, yeah. You need to find the balance where it's like, okay. I do always. [00:15:00] Get, you know, inspiration from others and see what others do and keep learning. And yet. You know, stay in my own on my own lane and say, no, this is how I'm gonna do it without necessarily being influenced how other people do it. So it really is that yeah. Balance that you need to find for  Marcy: yourself. And I think that that's where the authenticity piece comes in. When you really know who you are and you really are in tune and aligned with your values, there are certain things that you're going to see others do that are immediately going to cause a resistance in the sense of no, that doesn't sound like me or that doesn't look like something I would venture into. And it's trusting that, right? Like there are certain levels of resistance where you need to step into it and just risk it because that's where your next level of growth is. But there are certain things that are just so against. Your nature against who you really are. That just that resistance is saving you from being inauthentic from stepping outside of your values or of your vision. So [00:16:00] it's being really aware and I think both you and I agree in that the very first step in anything that we endeavor has to be complete awareness, right. And so being 100% aware, What your limitations and your boundaries are and being, almost maniacal about not giving up your boundaries and not giving up your authenticity and your integrity. I think that that's where the, the balance is found.  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. I'm so glad. Glad you're bringing this up. This reminds me of a, a story that I wanted to share about, you know,  Marcy: my own  Sarah: realization of these things that you were like, oh, that other people are doing this. Like recently I looked that into book marketing because somebody approached me on LinkedIn about book marketing. I'm like, well, yeah, I guess I could do more. The book and, you know, market the, and so I was like, okay, let's get on a zoom call and have a conversation about this. And then the minute, you know, this [00:17:00] guy started to, because I asked him specific questions, what are you gonna do? How are you gonna do it? And he's like, oh, I'm just posting on social media. I'm like, whoa. You know, tell me, tell me more, tell me details. And he's like, oh, I'm just gonna post it on different groups. And I'm like, something's fishy here. I think, you know, this is not, this is not gonna work out. but yet the ego was telling me, oh, this is gonna be good. You know, this is gonna mean more readers. And, and then, and then the, I guess the. The integrity kicked in and said, said, watch out. Something's not right here. And, and so, yeah. Yeah, it's, it's interesting to, you know, still, still expose yourselves to maybe opportunities and things of growth and at the same time realize, okay, you know, This was not that thing that would work for me. Yeah.  Marcy: And, and also being gentle with ourselves in the sense of understanding that we evolve. Right. [00:18:00] Yeah. And so very often we start businesses or ventures with an idealistic view of what we are going to create. Mm-hmm based on. This dream imaginary utopian world that we created in our heads before we dove into what it really is. Right. Right. But as we're exposed to the reality of how things tend to operate out there, we evolve. And that's just the truth. Right? Sometimes we find ourselves going, oh, wait a minute. Maybe I can explore this, or maybe I should do that. Or we see ourselves shift. From one perspective to the next. And it's important to be gentle with ourselves and have grace with ourselves in understanding that if we are to move on this for the long term, then we are going to evolve and we are going to shift and we are going to change. So be open to listening, but also be honest with yourself as to whether this is too much of a compromise to your integrity or not, right? Like, yeah, [00:19:00] you might not. Been in a position right now to say yes to that, but maybe you'll think back on it and maybe, maybe not, maybe you'll think back on it in a few months or a year, and you'll be like, you know what, now I'm willing to explore it a little bit more. Mm-hmm and knowing that that's okay. Right. So we shift, we evolve with change and the only way we can know where we want to go and where we don't is by being open enough to examine what's out there and then seeing whether it resonates with us or. Yeah.  Sarah: Yeah. When you were talking about this journey from incompetence to competence, I was thinking about my own journey, for example, with what came up was the webinars that back in the days I would, I remember I would have, you know, the webinar slides and then I would print out, or I know I would ask a friend for some cardboard. Kind of, because her husband works in a printing shop. And so I would get these print these cardboards and really map out every single slide, what I was gonna say. And, and then I would practice it like, you know, [00:20:00] at least two times go through the whole thing, see how much time I needed for each. And yeah, it was like a big deal every time. Right. I was like, no, I, I don't feel confident if I don't practice, practice, practice, and. That being said, I still do that with the podcast. I like to write a lot of things out you know, for the intro and outro and like a lot of it is still in writing. Because I think it gives me confidence, but it also just, that's how I process my thoughts. And, and so I'm curious if you have an example of something. Oh, and then I didn't share that now in the workshops that I'm giving, I just have bullet points maybe, and you know, a bunch of things on the slide. But I do feel like I'm in that zone of unconscious competence, where I don't need to have any script or anything. So I'm curious what it was for you, where you could really see that journey that you went from.  Marcy: A to Z, you know, [00:21:00] for me, sorry for me, it's more about the copy because I am a literature major. Mm-hmm like, that's what I studied in school. So I was taught a very formulaic framework for how to write mm-hmm , but that's a very different type of writing than copywriting. So every time I'm doing anything that relates to copy, I tend to still, to this day, second, guess myself and read it and reread it a million times. And you know, so my process has been. To find a sweet spot where I can write and trust myself, that what I wrote is what needs to get out there and just sending it be before I have a, a chance to just second guess myself too much. Right, right. And backtrack on it too much. So I've developed certain things that help me. Like, for example, if I'm writing copy for an email broadcast, I actually open my personal email and I open a new message on there and I type it. Like I'm typing a message to a friend on my email. That puts my [00:22:00] mind at ease that I'm not writing. Copy. I'm writing an email to a friend and I'm just sharing all this information with a friend mm-hmm and then I've gotten into the habit of just copy paste, maybe bold, then highlight a couple of things and just hit send before you have a chance to think too much about it, right? Yeah. that's usually what works actually. Yeah. When it comes to copy for my website and for landing pages and things like that, I've gotten in the habit of recording it because I feel very C. Speaking mm-hmm . That is something that I have unconscious competence about. I can speak off the cuff about pretty much anything that's in my wheelhouse. And so when I want to present an idea on a landing page or a website or whatever it may be, or an ad, I record it. And then I go back over what I said, or I just transcribe it, fix it a little bit and just post it and trust that what I said is what I meant to say. And so those are two areas in which I've really worked on, figuring out how to get from unconscious incompetence to on the conscious competence. And I still struggle a little bit with them because of my background. And [00:23:00] it's just letting go a little bit of my prior training and just focusing on what I wanna say.  Sarah: Yeah. Those are great tips. I, I love the idea of just writing it in Gmail or Yahoo or whatever, and then copying it over, cuz it really feels like, oh, I'm just writing this to a friend. So you don't get into that. Oh, I, you know, have to send out this professional sounding email, which then doesn't come over as being authentic.  Marcy: Yeah, exactly. And I actually got that idea from Amy Yama and she's a mentor and she's amazing. And we were talking about it once, how I was not getting the engagement from my email list that I was hoping for mm-hmm and she said, well, walk me through your process. Mm-hmm . And I was like, well, I sit down and, and she's like, okay, that's the first issue right there. think about how we can make this feel to you. Like, you're just chatting with a friend and then everything else will come together. And so she's the one that gave me that idea. So you, me,  Sarah: yeah. Wonderful. We kind of skipped over the responsibility terms, so [00:24:00] let's go back to that. How, how does that, so how does the responsibility and confidence, what do they have to do together?  Marcy: Okay. So one of the things that I have found in my own work with myself and in working with clients is that if we ha have any kind of victimized view in terms of what we're doing and the results we're getting. That gives us a back door. So that gives us an excuse or a justification for not trying for not doing and for not reaching. Right. So the more we can move away from that into responsibility, the more confidence we can develop in the fact that whatever result we're getting is within our control. So if we don't like it, we can fix it. Right. And there are two elements that fall into that element of responsibility. One is the accountability piece, which is knowing that. Get to own my actions and the results of those actions. And I get to just [00:25:00] take the consequences and, or the rewards, right. So it's not up to anybody else. I'm not looking to blame anybody else. I'm not looking to justify anything. Did I do what I said I was gonna do? Yes or no. And why? And then I get to own it. And that helps me shift if I need to. So that the next time I do get to the result. Right. And the other piece that goes into the responsibility issue is this idea of self-regulation, which is knowing how far I'm willing to go. Right. So, Understanding that it might take a little while that it might not happen right away, that I might need to risk certain things that I might need to give up some comforts or some things that are nice for me, if I'm really working towards this particular field or this particular result. Right. So if I can assume ownership, which is the accountability piece and also. Regulate myself in understanding that there will be some sacrifices, probably that there will be some things that I get to do [00:26:00] differently or that I get to shift. Then I am in full responsibility and I can shift the confidence lever because I understand that whatever the end result is is up to me. It's not to not up to anything else or anybody else. The circumstances are not to blame. The people are not to blame. It's just me. What am I willing to do? And how far am I willing to go?  Sarah: I just love that piece. So much of the responsibility. And I have not heard it before in the context of, of confidence. And I think it's all there. It's that that's, that's really it. And, and I'm not blaming people who are lacking that responsibility piece. I'm blaming. You know, I'm blaming the whole online system, really the online gurus and, and the way we've been treating clients and subscribers and et cetera, et cetera, because we've taken the power away from clients. And so no [00:27:00] wonder. They felt like they were, could just give up responsibility. Let me show you how I, my webinar made a million dollars in three weeks. Here are the three steps. Right? Well, great. Yeah. I don't have to take responsibility. You're just gonna spoon feeded me the information and off I go. And, and then of course they fall into the victim because it's not working. so. That responsibility piece is so it's so important. And, and I think we really need to talk about it more. Yeah, things don't I think it, it goes together with this idea of things. Don't just come easy. You, the, it takes work to go from incompetence to competence and the confidence piece fits in there as well. So yeah, you do have to take responsibility, but that also means that us. You know, the leaders or the entrepreneurs have to be willing to share the [00:28:00] responsibility or give the responsibility back. That's really what I'm trying to do in the humane marketing circle. I'm saying, look, look, I'm not your guru. I'm not gonna teach you step by step things and tutorials and whatever. Yeah, I'm, I'm wanting to work with responsible human beings. Right? I don't. Do you see any examples where, where that is really addressed?  Marcy: Well, I think as COVID has shifted the way we do business online, because it has become such a, such an integral part of everything that we do. Right. So, right. Everybody now has some knowledge of how online works. Period. Mm-hmm right. Yeah. So I think as the world has shifted because of everything that we went through with COVID, people are becoming more and more savvy and more aware of those red flags, right? Like everything starts just sounding alarms around this idea of right. Yeah. You can do it in 90 days or [00:29:00] no, you can do it in three steps or no, you can do it in whatever. And there is a piece to. Marketing in general, where we want our clients to feel like they have what it takes to do it. Right. But I think the danger comes in oversimplifying or over promising. Right. Right. And that happens too much still. Mm-hmm I know I've had the experience of signing up for $10,000 programs that promised me six figures in 90 days. And I went through the program. I did what I was supposed to do. Did not get the six figures in 90 days. And then when I went to talk to the guru or the person in charge, they were like, no, you didn't do it exactly the way I told you to do it. So there's always, I don't know. There's always a, a. A touchy element to that. Right. And there's, again, a balance that we want to achieve because nobody's going to sign up for something where they feel like it's impossible to achieve. No. [00:30:00] Yeah. But, but we also need to be clear on the fact that, well, you know, if you put in the work. When effectively applied, then this is the end result you can work towards. Yeah. But I can't guarantee when or how, because that depends on your effort. So putting it back on the client in that sense, I think it's important. And I think we're doing a little bit. Better a little bit at that since COVID because like I said, people are just overloaded. Everybody has a summit, everybody has a webinar, everybody has a challenge. Everybody has a, something that we're offering for free with these big promises. And then they see themselves signing on and not getting the results and wondering, okay, where was the missing piece? Yeah. And I think a big, a big part of the missing piece. Like I think every. Single person who's promoting has the, I believe. And I want to believe that has the intention of helping the people produce the result. I think the missing link is in giving the other person, the client, the [00:31:00] responsibility piece and helping them understand that look, these steps will work to the extent that you do mm-hmm so I'm gonna help you work them, but you have to work them. Yeah.  Sarah: Yeah. It's so interesting. I, I was recently on a, a prepo call where the, the lady was, you know, basically asking me what five steps can you share? And I'm like, I don't really work in five steps. Like it's a lot about finding what works for you. And, and so she's like, no, no, no, but I can help you nail it down. Just gimme five steps. And I'm like, you know what? I think, I think this is not gonna work because my audience. Or, or your audience is trained with these five steps and they're not gonna respond to what I'm, you know, ready to share. So I think it's it's yeah, it really, to me, it is about empowering the client and making sure that people understand. These were all scams. You [00:32:00] know, we it's the exception. If you really do make a six figure business business in 90 days, and then kind of coming down more back to the reality of things, but we kind of got off track. So let's go back to, to our because we could talk about. About that stuff for hours, right? Yeah. So kind of maybe to, to wrap up, what, what actionable first steps would you recommend for someone who is struggling with, you know, this confidence piece, where would, where would they start?  Marcy: All right. So like I said before, I believe everything starts with clear awareness, like full and complete awareness. So the first actionable step I would suggest anybody is be 100% crystal clear on what the end result is that you're trying to produce what it is that you want to get yourself and your clients too. Achieve. Right. So once you know exactly where it is that you get [00:33:00] to go where it is that you want to end up, then you can kind of backwards plan, right. And figure out, okay, what do I need to do? But when you have the end result in mind and you're crystal clear on what that end result is, then you can start. Laying out. Okay. What are these areas that I would need to touch on that I'm really not competent in that I'm really not confident about? And where can I go to start building that conscious incompetence? Where can I go to start researching and looking for what I need to work on, what I get to improve upon so that I eventually get to that confide. Piece. Right. If you're looking specifically at, for example, my clients who work on public speaking I first and foremost is like, okay, what kind of platform do you want? Do you want to actually speak in front of life? Audiences? Is that your end goal? Because if that is your end goal, then we need to. Start working on your physiology right away. And that's something that a lot of people don't think about when they're thinking about public speaking, they think about [00:34:00] message and how to structure their talk and, and all that is part of it. But if that is your end result, we need to start with how you stand, how you breathe, how you position your body, so that you are more confident in front of that audience, or look more self assured, which is what they really are looking for. Mm-hmm so again, it just depends on what your end result. Is what it is that you're looking to achieve. And once you're crystal clear on that, then figuring out, okay, what things do I need to be competent in, in order to feel confident at that end result? Hmm. Yeah.  Sarah: So good. And I, I, I would assume that not a lot of people think that way and it it's funny. We just recently at dinner at the dinner table, we looked up the seven habits of highly effective people from steam co. And, and that is actually one of them start with the end in mind. And so that's. Pretty much what you're saying here is like, yeah. Well look at what you want to achieve and then step by step, work up your confidence level to, to get [00:35:00] there. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. This has been wonderful. Thank you so much for thank you. Coming on to the humane marketing podcast, please do share with people where they can find out more about you and your work. And I believe you also have a, a download for people to go to.  Marcy: Yeah. So as we are speaking, my website is in reconstruction, but within, by the end of the week, you can go to Marcy maro.com and just look up more information, or you can find me on Instagram or LinkedIn, just search Marcy Maro. And I will come on the only one with gray hair. So the, the only Marc CMR with the gray hair. And yes, I have downloadable to share with you. I will share the link with Sarah, so she can share it with you guys. Showing me because it's a little bit tricky since my website is down, but it is a downloadable of the tough talks checklist, which is just a checklist that walks you through how to have tough conversations in business and in life so that everybody [00:36:00] involved end up feeling heard, understood, and respected in the process. So wonderful.  Sarah: And I have one last question for you, Marcy, and that is what are you grateful for today or this week?  Marcy: I am grateful for my kids being home. And I've been getting to spend a lot of time with them and I'm grateful for the sunshine and for my little dog that keeps me on my toes. she's actually right next to me right now. wonderful.  Sarah: That's great. It's been so fun. Hanging out with you, Marcy. Thank you so  Marcy: much. It's always fun. Hanging out with you. Thank you, Sarah.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Graham Cosslett: Publishers Association of NZ president on industry report showing print books matching e-books

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 1:47


The growth of print books is matching the growth of e-books. The latest book industry report shows paperbacks still accounts for 90 percent of the market. Publishers Association of New Zealand president Graham Cosslett told Heather du Plessis-Allan the report covers bookshops and exports. There's also been a growth in Maori language books. “We've seen in the last year a 40 percent year on growth of total unit sales, and that's actually on the back of 24 percent growth the previous year.” LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

They Coined It, a Mad Men Podcast
"MacGuffin Stuff" (S5E12) (Commissions and Fees)

They Coined It, a Mad Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 69:42 Very Popular


This show is made possible by you - thank you for supporting us on Patreon - subscribe for early episode drops, extra discussions, and opportunities to appear on our live audience They Joined It - next one is happening Saturday, August 13th! (https://www.patreon.com/TheyCoinedItPodPatreon.com/theycoineditpod) Did we waste our "Ughh, it's that episode" on last week when we should have saved it for this week? This is a rough one, friends. Poor Lane. And yes, Roberta is a little hard on young Mr. Weiner. #ISWIS Enjoy our take on the penultimate episode of Mad Men season 5, "Commissions and Fees." WE'VE GOT MERCH! - They Coined It on a shirt or Your Dick Whitman is Showing on a mug or Eminently Chewable on a sticker or whatever else. CONTACT US: Questions@TheyCoinedItPod.com Patreon Instagram Twitter Facebook Producer, Editor - Roberta Lipp Graphics (logo and merch) - Albert Stern (stickrust arts) Theme by Adam Michael Tilford (Venmo: @Adam-Tilford-1) - need a podcast theme? Adam is your guy.

Stop the Sales Drop Podcast with Kristina Jaramillo and Eric Gruber
Being Part of Your ICP and Showing Intent Is Not Enough

Stop the Sales Drop Podcast with Kristina Jaramillo and Eric Gruber

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:01


Many of the GTM teams we talk to are already using ABM platforms like Demandbase and Terminus, predictive analytics platforms like 6sense and intent data tech like Bombora. They are driving the top-of-the-funnel and increasing pipeline KPIs. But, the common thread we're seeing across the different companies in different industries is that they are challenged to drive stage progression even though the accounts they are now targeting are in-market and are in their ICP. There is a huge discrepancy between the pipeline revenue and actual revenue. In many cases, when deals are signed, the deal sizes are less than desired.What's going on? That's what Kristina  Jaramillo covers on this ABM Done Right Podcast and video.  

Coffee & Grit
Showing Us The Line

Coffee & Grit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 63:43


“Show me the line dad” Kurt Chapelle said jokingly looking in the sky, directly after his mom yelled “Dads with you and going to help you hit a hole in one.”  What happened next was an unbelievable moment that he got to share with his family and life long brother from another mother AliKhan Amlani. Life hasn't exactly been a hole in one for Kurt as he has faced many penalty strokes that set him back in life.  From a learning disability, a tragic car accident when he was 16, and battling addiction in his adult life Kurt now shares his story in order to Show Others The Line, helping them avoid the same bunkers as him to have the #BestDayEver.  This is a truly heartwarming and inspiring episode that left me in tears during recording! Plus, Kurt is running for local office in Fenton, Mi!  Tune in to hear how his approach to community politics may shake up the status quo. Show Links Learn more about Jason's work! Website: https://www.roar.consulting Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jtroarconsult Insta: https://www.instagram.com/roarconsultinginc/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-tracey?trk=org-employees Email: jasontracey@roar.consulting Phone: (810) 522-8931 Guest Links Website: KurtChapelle.com  Email: Kchapelle@lafontaine.com Phone: (310) 982-3489

Locked On Packers - Daily Podcast On The Green Bay Packers
Jordan Love (finally?) showing first-round talent in training camp

Locked On Packers - Daily Podcast On The Green Bay Packers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:09 Very Popular


Romeo Doubs has grabbed headlines for his hot start to the preseason process, but the guy throwing him the ball is starting to get his flowers as well. Jordan Love, going into Year 3, is starting to show why the Green Bay Packers took him in the first round back in 2020. Plus, we look at what to expect from this group in the preseason in terms of who we might actually get to see. Spoiler: the list is probably shorter than you'd want. Find and follow Locked on Packers on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-packers-daily-podcast-on-the-green-bay-packers/id1144508840 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/74wyymzMc3zvjqvBWKQIDT?si=9edc13f18ac44393 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/locked-on-packers Peter Bukowski, co-founder of The Leap, brings you a daily look at the Green Bay Packers year round with Locked On Packers! Go beyond the latest injury news into what you're seeing on the field, how it works, and how it might change with new players or against a division rival. It's the podcast for fans who know what happened, they want to know why and how! And follow Peter Bukowski on Twitter, where he'll be sharing the latest news about the Green Bay Packers and talking with fans. On Twitter: @Peter_Bukowski BetterHelp It's not a crisis line, it's not self-help, it's professional therapy done securely online, available to people worldwide. And they have a special offer for my listeners: get 10% off your first month at Betterhelp.com/LockedOn Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Moments With Marilyn
How Showing Hospitality to Others Proved to be a Blessing to Us part 2

Moments With Marilyn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:42


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The Morning Mindset w/Kisha Hicks
Your Dream HR Career is Waiting. Move Out of Your Own Way!

The Morning Mindset w/Kisha Hicks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 38:44


Your dream HR Career is waiting. Move out of your own way! I don't know who this is for, BUT....Your dream HR career is waiting: Move out of your own way! As I look back over the course of my career, there were sooooo many times that I can honestly say that I was the "weapon that was formed against" me. I was the one holding me back....yes there were systems, processes, and other stuff, but most of it was just ME! Join me as I share with you how I was able to move out my own way and move into not only the career of my dreams, but also the life of my dreams. If you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the feed and, if you're not subscribed, there's a good chance you'll miss out. Are you an HR professional looking to shift your mindset, advance your career, and make more money? We can help with that. Click here to learn more. Learn more about Kisha at www.nakishahicks.com Follow Kisha on social media: IG |@nakisha_hicks1 LinkedIn| https://www.linkedin.com/in/nakisha-hicks-/ Download my FREE guide on "Showing up as the Painkiller & not the vitamin: How to identify, leverage, and market your transferable skills" In this FREE guide, I'm breaking down for you:

The Michael Sartain Podcast
Justin Waller - The Michael Sartain Podcast

The Michael Sartain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 151:04


Justin Waller (IG: @JWaller7) is a successful entrepreneur as well as a self help, dating and business coach. He's a contributor at The War Room, Hustle University and a regular guest on the Fresh and Fit Podcast along with Andrew Tate, Tristan Tate and Sterling Cooper. He's the owner of RedIron Construction in Louisiana. Justin also played on the unranked 2007 University of Louisiana Monroe football team that upset Alabama 21-14. ——————————————————— Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 ———————————————————— Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:57 ***Gentlemen Game 2:30 ***Showing emotion 3:05 **Come off like an asshole 3:52 ***Women have more to lose 4:28 *** I don't believe in pick up 5:34 **The Coddling of the American Mind 6:58 *Repercussions 7:52 ***Cheating and violence 9:08 ***Jesus game 9:50 **This is exactly what's going to happen 10:49 ***Sex and love 11:39 *Left him because he was a coward 12:29 *Do it upfront 13:42 **Women like cattle 14:06 ***How far does preselection go? 15:36 **Simping 16:18 ***Strong Masculine Frame 16:51 *History of monogamy 18:04 *Hallmark and Cinderella 18:35 ***Walt Disney and male strippers 19:48 ***No one is coming to save you 23:51 ***Never get laid again 25:16 *It's always your fault 28:05 *I like those kind of problems 30:19 *Good 31:17 **Mike Singletary 31:58 ***You're not ready 32:24 ***I'd rather be tough than intelligent 32:46 ***Keying my car 33:16 *Become valuable to other men 34:54 ***I don't want to be friends with you 35:56 **Never be jealous 39:02 ***Following your passion is bullshit 40:45 ***Waste management open 41:51 *Trust your instincts 43:19 **Non-sexy businesses 44:16 *Misleading coaches 44:55 ***Irrefutable visual evidence 47:47 ***Men who can Stand in your Fire, War Room 49:20 **Not a bad man, a desperate man 50:50 You've changed 51:20 ***Guilt 52:28 TRT 54:16 *80 or 280 56:14 When women cheat 57:55 ***Red button 58:59 Tell the truth 1:00:30 ***Sexual exclusivity 1:02:58 *Incels 1:02:32 Mentors 1:04:41 Books 1:05:39 Metrics 1:06:01 E-Myth Revisited 1:09:51 *What they want versus what they need 1:11:59 PUA, Derrick Jeter, Tiger Woods 1:13:54 Men and Women cheating 1:14:34 **Ancestors, jealousy 1:16:25 ***Women are wonderful 1:17:14 ***Unconditional love 1:18:28 ***Bad bitches 1:19:22 Unrealistic expectations 1:21:12 ***God is not coming to save you. 1:23:34 ***Unlimited porn 1:25:07 Dr David Buss 1:27:12 **I like that shit 1:29:54 *Talking to my 80 year old self 1:31:01 **Gratitude 1:32:01 ***Woke 1:34:00 Mark Zuckerberg 1:34:24 ***Clean your room 1:35:16 Taking criticism 1:35:42 Andrew Tate: What is your favorite song? 1:38:22 ***She called back 1:39:47 2007 Beating Alabama 1:42:43 ***Playing Alabama 1:46:33 *Louisiana state line 1:47:58 Team Sports 1:50:11 ***You're not special 1:51:22 Growing too fast 1:53:23 Recruiting 1:55:00 Hiring 1:56:55 Fibonacci sequence 1:58:15 Outsourcing what you're not good at 2:01:07 Working out to have energy 2:02:53 Haters 2:05:00 ***Please make it more videos about me 2:07:38 *He would be nothing 2:08:37 ***Andrew and Tristan 2:11:08 ***PUA's, Misogyny 2:13:52 Your best friends girl 2:15:03 Abundance 2:18:16 ***Fresh & Fit Podcast 2:19:49 Captivating show 2:22:39 ***Changing beliefs 2:25:37 *She would of left 2:26:19 Wes Watson 2:27:14 Not caring what people think about you 2:29:37 Outro

Rebel Energy
Showing Authority Through Your Content

Rebel Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:37


For a lot of women in business, it's hard to establish the authority and boundaries in your business. But, you need to be confident in your offerings and who you work with because if the confidence isn't there, people can smell that a mile away. In this episode, I'm going to talk about how to attract your own clients and show up with confidence through your content. Build rapport with your audience without working for free! Do your market research - use their words! Build your brand pillars: your ideal client's common interests, the skill set they need, and specific client goals When posting, tell them what they need to be doing, but lead them back to why they need to hire you to do it Give tips and tricks and be super specific to their self-reported issues Put your “I Help” statement into your IG bio! Sell them on what they want, but show them what they need. ROCK SOLID ACADEMY IS NOW ENROLLING! https://jadejessicacoaching.mykajabi.com/Rock%20Solid%20Academy%202-0 (https://jadejessicacoaching.mykajabi.com/Rock%20Solid%20Academy%202-0) https://www.instagram.com/jadejessicacoaching/ (https://www.instagram.com/jadejessicacoaching/) Music credit: Bouncin' Back by Reaktor Productions A https://www.angiemjordan.com/podcast-launch-bestie (Podcast Launch Bestie) production

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Peter Dengate-Thrush: Gaming Machine Assn on figures showing pokies almost ten times as common in deprived areas

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 5:48


New research has found that gambling is more common in New Zealand's most deprived communities. According to DOT Loves Data, the poorest ten percent of the country spend almost three times as much on gambling as the richest ten per cent. Pokie machines are also almost ten times as common in deprived areas, and the Problem Gambling Foundation says this causes a lot of harm. Peter Dengate-Thrush is the chairman of the Gaming Machine Association, he joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kickoff Sessions
#104 Simon Ree – How To Beat The Next Recession

Kickoff Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 83:32


Simon Ree is a best-selling author, options trader and senior finance and investment professional with over 28 years of experience with leading global investment banks including Goldman Sachs, Citibank, and Credit Suisse. Get $300 off Simon's Options Academy with KICKOFF300:https://www.taooftrading.com/kickoffBuy Simon's bestselling book The Tao of Trading:https://amzn.to/3ORtLzwSponsorships & partners:- Sons: Sons.ie | Sons.co.uk and use code KICKOFFSESSIONS40 for 40% off- ExpressVPN: ExpressVPN.com/kickoffsessions and get 3 extra months free- Buzzsprout: Buzzsprout.com and receive a $20 Amazon Gift Card(00:00) Sponsorships:  Sons.ie | Sons.co.uk(01:42) Introduction(04:26) How has investing changed since 2021? (06:45) Why have the markets tanked?   (09:00) Single stock risk & dollar cost averaging  (13:50) Simon's huge losses from 2008's recession(17:32) Comparison between 2008 vs. 2022 recession  (22:30) How long will the recession last?  (24:52) What are the biggest challenges of recessions? (26:10) Where is the opportunity in trading now?  (29:23) Where is the best place to start when trading? (31:38) Expectations vs. reality of beginning traders (33:50) Financial stress dulls life experiences  (36:50) Daily routines, journalling & visualisation (39:50) Life lessons from stressful events  (42:52) What creates a life of abundance?  (45:20) Showing up every day & consistency (48:56) The issue with trying to become the best  (51:00) Practising minimalism & avoiding the noise (57:17) Becoming an entrepreneur & providing value   (01:01:09) How to start a service-based business (01:06:42) Now is the best time to get started   (01:11:40) Commodity & crypto markets (01:14:35) Career advice for young professionals Please leave a review:- Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36RrL9Y- Apple: https://apple.co/3uCwViFServices:- Career mentoring: Employee Survival Guide®A Podcast only for employees. Mark shares information your employer does not want you knowListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyThis episode is sponsored by Sons. Please support the podcast and get 40% off your first order by using the discount code KICKOFFSESSIONS40. Sons IE: sons.ieSons UK: sons.co.ukSons are a men's health care brand that offers clinically proven, licenced hair loss treatments for less than the cost of a cup of coffee per day. - ExpressVPN: ExpressVPN.com/kickoffsessions and get 3 extra months free- Buzzsprout: Buzzsprout.com and receive a $20 Amazon Gift CardSupport the show

PLANT CEO
Sam Dennigan showing his Strong Roots || PLANT CEO #79

PLANT CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 57:02


In this episode we talk to Samuel Dennigan CEO and CCO of Strong Roots. Sam is on a mission to feed people more sustainability by using plant crops that can help. Freezing veg as soon as it is picked locks in the nutrients and helps towards reducing food waste. With his product range widely available in supermarkets in the UK, US, Netherlands, Australia, France, Iceland, UAE, Hong Kong and Singapore, the frozen food leader McCain Foods saw the opportunity and made a large investment of $55m to help fuel their growth further. We discuss this investment, the process to get the very commendable B-Corp certified status and the companies future product plans. https://strongroots.com/ About PLANT CEO More people are choosing to follow plant-based diets or are reducing their meat intake. Exciting new startups are developing alternatives to traditional meat, dairy and seafood products, Whether it be food, fashion or health and beauty there are companies that are trying to change the way we consume products whilst reducing the impact on the planet. Hear from some of the inspirational entrepreneurs that are leading the way forward. https://plantceo.com

Workplace English Podcast - Workplace English Training E-Platform

Introduction Empathy is the ability to understand how someone else feels by imagining yourself in their position. The ability to show empathy is a very important social skill in making and maintaining friendships. In business, too, it's important to be able to show empathy with customers, clients and even co-workers, particularly when dealing with disputes, complaints and other negative situations. You're much more likely to be able to resolve a problem with someone if you show them that you understand their position or how they feel. Some people are naturally empathetic; others have to actively work on developing the skill. There are a number of useful techniques for showing empathy which we'll look at in this podcast lesson. Situation 1 In the following situation, Mary discusses a problem with her colleague, John.

Locked On Seminoles
"What's Poppin": QBS AJ Duffy and Jordan Travis Growing Confidence in Fall Camp and True Frosh AZ Thomas Showing Out

Locked On Seminoles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:23


Pads are on as Fall camp is ramping up as FSU Football is only 24 days away from their first game against Duquesne and the fellas here at Locked On Seminoles, your favorite daily Florida State Seminoles sports podcast break down what they're hearing from the practice field.  Today, Max and Drake discuss the optimism emerging from the Quarterback room as AJ Duffy is starting to show some comfortability and Tate Rodemaker is showing signs of being a valid option moving forward. Is the hype real or ware the fellas simply onw in prove it mode when it comes to the QBs. Next, while true freshman are permitted to make an impact, it seems that Azaryeah Thomas is emerging as a legitimate contender to push for snaps this coming season as it appears Coach Marcus Woodson made a late signing day steal picking up the kid from Niceville Florida.  Lastly, linebacker has been a room that Florida State hasn't had true depth since the days of Matthew Thomas and Terrence Smith. Now, With Kalen DeLoach and Tatum Bethune leading the way, can DJ Lundy, no with the pressure off, solidify himself as a solid reserve or even push forward to make big strides and be in a position to succeed into 2023? AS always, we here at Locked On Seminoles want to thank each and every single one of you for all the love and support you have given us. We hope you enjoy today's episode and we will see yall next time! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group
"What's Poppin": QBS AJ Duffy and Jordan Travis Growing Confidence in Fall Camp and True Frosh AZ Thomas Showing Out

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:23


Pads are on as Fall camp is ramping up as FSU Football is only 24 days away from their first game against Duquesne and the fellas here at Locked On Seminoles, your favorite daily Florida State Seminoles sports podcast break down what they're hearing from the practice field.  Today, Max and Drake discuss the optimism emerging from the Quarterback room as AJ Duffy is starting to show some comfortability and Tate Rodemaker is showing signs of being a valid option moving forward. Is the hype real or ware the fellas simply onw in prove it mode when it comes to the QBs. Next, while true freshman are permitted to make an impact, it seems that Azaryeah Thomas is emerging as a legitimate contender to push for snaps this coming season as it appears Coach Marcus Woodson made a late signing day steal picking up the kid from Niceville Florida.  Lastly, linebacker has been a room that Florida State hasn't had true depth since the days of Matthew Thomas and Terrence Smith. Now, With Kalen DeLoach and Tatum Bethune leading the way, can DJ Lundy, no with the pressure off, solidify himself as a solid reserve or even push forward to make big strides and be in a position to succeed into 2023? AS always, we here at Locked On Seminoles want to thank each and every single one of you for all the love and support you have given us. We hope you enjoy today's episode and we will see yall next time! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
CRYPTO IS SPEEDING UP! (BITCOIN, ETH, & XRP SHOWING TREMENDOUS SIGNS)

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 5:51


In tonight's crypto news wrap-up, Deezy takes a look at the current happenings in the crypto landscape, including Ethereum Classic toppling every other altcoin, Ripple making waves with XRP despite the ongoing trial, and what the future holds for Bitcoin.

The Second Phase Podcast - Personal Branding & Brand Marketing and Life Strategies for Success for Female Entrepreneurs

It's time to trust in yourself and share your brand story to build your future. Knowing the personality archetypes of video will help you have more confidence to use video to tell your brand story! How to trust yourself to use video to tell your brand story When it comes to video, self-doubt often prevents us from creating videos to tell our stories. However, it's important to become obsessed with the bigger picture, your big goals, your dreams, and your mission, to allow yourself to start creating videos. Despite the uncomfortable feeling of putting yourself out there, trust that no matter where you are,  there will be people you resonate with. It is more than your appearance, it's how to connect with people and tell your story. You may think that your story doesn't matter, but every single step of your journey has led you to where you are today. Someone needs your gifts and expertise. Putting yourself out in video will help people trust you, it's like a magnet to attract the people who need you to help them. The 4 personality archetypes of video magnetism to refer to so powerfully use video to tell your brand story The archetypes help you assess where your true skills are, and where you can lead from with your strengths. Identifying the archetypes will help you discover which types of videos are best for your personality and your business model. Keep in mind that if a video feels hard, it isn't your style. As humans, we are all 4 archetypes. But one may resonate more than others. The Lover This archetype is all about creativity, self-expression, and desire. All actions are in alignment with self-worth, natural ability to convey personality, coaches helping creatives, dancers, artists, musicians, and those who are all about self-expression and creativity. The uniqueness of the lover archetype is your natural ability to convey your magnetism in your element. You don't need to plan out a well-thought-out video. As a lover archetype that won't feel natural. What works best is when you feel like it, pick up the phone and go live or record. It's the messy vulnerable shares that are most aligned with how you like to show up. This is the quality that shows your heart as you are and people will connect with you. Often label themselves as rambling, unscripted, unplanned, and messy all over the place and shouldn't be like that. But when you are in the flow of being you, people will connect with you. The Sovereign This archetype has a clear vision of what is going to happen. They have a clear plan and make decisions with ease and certainty. The sovereign archetypes are natural teachers and guides. Great at teaching and need structure. Structure lets them lean back on what they are guiding people through. Webinars can be really aligned with the Sovereign type, videos that are teaching and guiding. People who need clear direction will be attracted to them. Need bullet points. The Magician Responsible for bringing ideas and raw materials into the world and turning them into something beautiful, and beautifully orchestrated events. They can take the chaos of ideas and turn them into events, online events. An example is a food blogger. They do not care what other people think, they know the value they bring to the world. Their seemingly magical way of creating things that blow people away is what attracts people to them. Showing the step by step of how they create their magic, is what attracts their clients to the. Styles of video that work well are behind-the-scenes, time-lapse videos, and times when you can allow your audience a glimpse into your process. The Warrior Takes a stand for what they believe in and value and creates solutions to make the world a better place. They are natural ralliers and get people excited about joining their mission or message. Warrior archetypes have an innate ability to convey and communicate and leverage their community and network in monetizing way. People trust them because they are so forthright in what they stand for and believe in. Beautiful video styles are interviews, and asking questions. Share behind the scenes, which builds trust. Which platform is best when you want to use video to tell your brand story? Is it archetype-specific? Choose your platform based on where your ideal audience is. When you establish where your ideal audience is, focus your efforts there. Choose one platform and master it and engage your audience there. You'll know when it's time to expand to other platforms. It is important to know which platform you'll be able to make the most impact on, but it is actually the video itself that is most important. Once you create a video, you can repurpose it to reach more people. Pre-recorded videos versus live videos Emma likes live videos because of the connection opportunities. Every single social media platform has a goal of keeping its audience on its platform as long as possible. This is why when you are just starting out with creating video, it is good to publish pre-recorded videos because social media platforms see this as legacy content. You'll still get traction and visibility as time goes by. However, live videos are viewed as engagement opportunities by social media platforms. If you are going to go live, be sure that you tell your audience. If you are consecutively going live, without engagement, you are telling the algorithm that your content isn't any good. A lack of engagement can suppress your organic reach. Listen to episode 51 with Patricia Kelikani on using video to have a bigger impact.  About Emmy Wu Emmy Wu is a storyteller and strategist based in Portland, Oregon serving a global market. Led by intuition and driven by data, Emmy has helped thousands of women tell their stories, build successful businesses, and shine brightly online. With two decades of Hollywood film industry experience, she's helped clients like MGM, Paramount Pictures, Subaru, and Real Housewives to bring their visions to life on the big screen. But Emmy found deeper meaning in helping to launch campaigns and programs that would make the world a better place. Learn more about and connect with Emmy Wu: Emmy Wu Media Website Find Emmy Wu on Facebook Follow Emmy Wu on Instagram Connect with Emmy Wu on LinkedIn Follow Emmy Wu on Pinterest  

Boundaryless Conversations Podcast
S3 Ep.20 Gigi Levy Weiss – Investing in Platforms today: Learning, Data drivenness, and Web3

Boundaryless Conversations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 66:49


A Founding Partner at NFX, Gigi heads up NFX Israel and is widely known as one of the most prolific investors in the region. Gigi has founded several startups, including Playtika, Beach Bum (acquired by Voodoo), InceptionVR and Ridge. He was also the CEO of 888 Holdings, one of the world's leading online gaming companies, and a Division President of Amdocs, a leading billing and CRM provider. In 2014, Gigi was appointed to Facebook's EMEA Client Advisory Council. In 2015 he joined the supervisory board at Bertelsmann, one of the world's largest media companies.   As a pilot in the Israeli Air Force, he learned the value of striving for excellence at all times, building learning organizations, and that working together as a team is the real secret to winning.   Tune in to this episode as we explore what other industries can learn from gaming companies, the four layers of the evolution of Web3 marketplaces, the existential role of technology - and why Web3 hasn't changed the world yet.   At the end of the episode, we give a short wrap-up of season 3 of the podcast - as this is the last episode for the season - and we focus on what we learned and what are the key topics, in the context of organizing at scale, that are on our minds. We cover the seemingly ramping importance of modularity and composability in markets - also check out this piece - https://boundaryless.io/blog/towards-modular-and-composable-markets/ - that captures some of the ideas - and some additional thoughts around the questions concerning our relationship with technology, adopting a regenerative mindset and convivial organizational models.    A transcript of the episode can be found on our website:   Key highlights from the conversation We discussed: > What we can learn from the gaming industry in the context of platforms, ecosystems and marketplaces > What it means to be a learning organization > Designing products for people to engage in learning > How Gigi approaches Web3 as an investor > The role of centralized services in platforms > Solving real-world challenges through the Web3   To find out more about Gigi's work: > LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gigilevy/ > Twitter: https://twitter.com/gigilevy > NFX: https://www.nfx.com/   Other references and mentions: > Fabrice Grinda and Matias Barbero, 'Crypto-Enabled Marketplaces', 2022: https://fabricegrinda.com/crypto-enabled-marketplaces/ > Showing the way with Web3 Marketplaces: Braintrust - with Gabriel Luna-Ostaseski: https://boundaryless.io/podcast/braintrust/ > Nathan Schneider, "Web3 Is the Opportunity We Have Had All Along: Innovation Amnesia and Economic Democracy": https://osf.io/2wg6s?view_only=709f1f87528943a4b27de2b5eb0f9eef   Find out more about the show and the research at Boundaryless at  https://boundaryless.io/resources/podcast/   Thanks for the ad-hoc music to Liosound / Walter Mobilio. Find his portfolio here: https://boundaryless.io/podcast-music   Recorded on 20 July 2022.

Puritan Evangelical Church of America
God Delights in Showing You Mercy!

Puritan Evangelical Church of America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 26:00


God is amazing toward His people in delighting to discipline them in order to show mercy to them. God Delights in Showing You Mercy.--Please note- there was some kind of background noise problem with this recording -probably the cable was not plugged in all the way-. At the beginning of the message and at other parts there is some scratchy noise but all is intelligible, and we edited out some that we could and used a noise reducer to minimize the problem. Most of the message did not have this problem.

Third Generation Networking Podcast
5 Strategies to overcome networking anxiety and social discomfort

Third Generation Networking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 16:10


For nearly two years our networking activities had become extremely limited. Showing up in person, keeping physically separate and masked, or interacting via Zoom, many of our networking muscles atrophied. Now that in-person opportunities are opening back up, we're excited to be back in person. Unfortunately, we are two years out of practice and it's leading to an upswing in networking reluctance. Join Debby and Greg as they discuss strategies that you can use to get past the anxiety and start connecting in person again. Thank you to ConvoSparker: - Ethan Kelly, Student at Eastern Michigan University, https://www.linkedin.com/in/ethan-kelly-309406210/ Also Mentioned: - Ivan Misner, Founder of BNI, NY Times Bestselling Author, Keynote Speaker, https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivanmisner/ Resources: - Eastern Michigan University, https://www.emich.edu/ Groups Mentioned: - Maumee Chamber of Commerce, https://maumeechamber.com/ Comments: https://www.facebook.com/TheReluctantNetworker/ https://www.facebook.com/connextnation/ More Information: If you'd like more information about our virtual training programs, go to: https://www.connextnation.com/mini-course/ "Porch Swing Days - faster" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3rdgennetworking/message

Locked On Seminoles
"Depth Pieces": What is FSU's recruiting strategy under Norvell and Fall Camp showing Quality Roster Depth for 2022

Locked On Seminoles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 35:06


Fall camp at Florida State is already in full swing and the fellas here at Locked on Seminoles, your favorite daily Florida State Seminoles sports podcast, are back in season with their 5 days a week worth of content and kicking things back off with our mandatory mailbag Monday.  Today, Drake and Max are here to answer the questions from you the listener. First off, they discuss the recruiting when it comes to the skill positions and in particular the Quarterback. The guys wrestle with whether or not a blue chip wide receive would come here? Why that may be changing with the visits of players such as Hykeem Williams and Jalen Brown? Most importantly, how integral is AJ Duffy to the future of this program? Next, fellas talk about the recruiting strategy/geographical footprint being employed by Norvell and company. Seemingly striking out on Florida prospects more often than not, what do the fellas think should happen moving forward. Does Max want to employ purely an approach to the regions around Tallahassee extending into Georgia? How do we stretch out into these recurring battlegrounds and what is really going down in Miami with the Hurricanes recent recruiting success? Lastly, the dynamic duo talk about the depth of this team across the board. How finally entering into year 3 under Mike Norvell that this will be his deepest team heading into a college football. Quite possibly a position group that may turn heads despite the lack of scholarship athletes: it may just be the Quarterbacks anchored by Jordan Travis and supported by both AJ Duffy and Tate Rodemaker.  As always, we here at Locked On Seminoles want to thank each and every single one of you for making us your first listen each and every single day and all of your love and support. WE hope you enjoy today's episode and we'll see all of you next time! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group
"Depth Pieces": What is FSU's recruiting strategy under Norvell and Fall Camp showing Quality Roster Depth for 2022

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 35:06


Fall camp at Florida State is already in full swing and the fellas here at Locked on Seminoles, your favorite daily Florida State Seminoles sports podcast, are back in season with their 5 days a week worth of content and kicking things back off with our mandatory mailbag Monday.  Today, Drake and Max are here to answer the questions from you the listener. First off, they discuss the recruiting when it comes to the skill positions and in particular the Quarterback. The guys wrestle with whether or not a blue chip wide receive would come here? Why that may be changing with the visits of players such as Hykeem Williams and Jalen Brown? Most importantly, how integral is AJ Duffy to the future of this program? Next, fellas talk about the recruiting strategy/geographical footprint being employed by Norvell and company. Seemingly striking out on Florida prospects more often than not, what do the fellas think should happen moving forward. Does Max want to employ purely an approach to the regions around Tallahassee extending into Georgia? How do we stretch out into these recurring battlegrounds and what is really going down in Miami with the Hurricanes recent recruiting success? Lastly, the dynamic duo talk about the depth of this team across the board. How finally entering into year 3 under Mike Norvell that this will be his deepest team heading into a college football. Quite possibly a position group that may turn heads despite the lack of scholarship athletes: it may just be the Quarterbacks anchored by Jordan Travis and supported by both AJ Duffy and Tate Rodemaker.  As always, we here at Locked On Seminoles want to thank each and every single one of you for making us your first listen each and every single day and all of your love and support. WE hope you enjoy today's episode and we'll see all of you next time! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Paul Green's MSP Marketing Podcast
Episode 142: Your MSP's marketing advantage: Showing empathy

Paul Green's MSP Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 26:38


Episode 142 includes: 00:00 Why empathy is the core marketing skill to develop 07:33 Paul's real life example of why 'before & after' case studies matter 12:59 The MSP owner who thinks the tech on-site visit is dead 25:11 A book recommendation to help you build trust within internal teams Featured guest: Thank you to Harold Mann from Mann Consulting for joining Paul to explain why the MSP on-site tech visit is dead. Harold Mann is co-founder of Mann Consulting, an IT consultancy based in San Francisco. Started in 1991, the firm supports hundreds of businesses around the U.S. each year with an emphasis in Mac device management for fast-growing startups. Connect with Harold on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hmann Show notes: Out every Tuesday on your favourite podcast platform Presented by Paul Green, an MSP marketing expert: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-green-msp-marketing/ https://www.paulgreensmspmarketing.com/about/ Register for a free copy of Paul's book, Updating Servers Doesn't Grow Your Business https://www.paulgreensmspmarketing.com/podcastbook/ Thank you to RevOps specialist (and the creator of the Feel-Good MSP) Brian Gillette for recommending the book The Speed Of Trust by Stephen M.R. Covey: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Speed-Trust-Thing-Changes-Everything/dp/1416549005 https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-gillette-27884b128 Subscribe to Paul's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/mspmarketing Subscribe to this podcast using your favourite podcast provider: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Paul-Greens-MSP-Marketing-Podcast-Podcast/B08JK38L4V https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/paul-greens-msp-marketing-podcast/id1485101351

Girl Wonder Podcast: Your Everyday Girl Discussing Your Favorite Webtoons
"Self-Conscious Showing So Much Skin" - Reunion RECAP

Girl Wonder Podcast: Your Everyday Girl Discussing Your Favorite Webtoons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 44:19


We're in Shiro's home, tending to his injury and he's self-conscious about showing so much skin! That's right, we're discussing and analyzing episodes 18-22 of Reunion by Stephattyy! SUPPORT STEPHATTYY: https://www.patreon.com/stephattyy MUSIC CREDIT: Isabella LeVan https://www.instagram.com/isabellalevan https://open.spotify.com/artist/3mHmktHG4sbkGsCORnaNT3?si=Nx2DvyOGQyatxudvD3ik9Q Connect with Girl Wonder:  My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/girlwonder My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTk-JbxxAnf5TKyeCchNRHA twitter.com/girlwonderpod instagram.com/girlwonderpodcast Email: girlwondersquad (at) gmail (dot) com Buy me a coffee: http://ko-fi.com/girlwonderpodcast

Downtown Rams Podcast
Ep.456: Van Jefferson NOT practicing + Rams rookies showing out

Downtown Rams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 47:13


It's episode 456 -- Alexis Kraft and Jake Ellenbogen discuss all the latest camp buzz from Rams Camp!GET 2X YOUR FIRST DEPOSIT at https://prizepicks.com/welcome?invite_code=DTRAMSGET 20% OFF and FREE shipping over at manscaped.com using promo code: DTRBe sure to follow @DowntownRams, Alexis Kraft - @TheAlexisKraft and Jake Ellenbogen - @JKBOGEN on TwitterCheck out the JAKE ELLENBOGEN YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzsd2pfWWznowBS81fADTpACheck out Alexis Kraft's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpO4UFq8EQlrPr3NH6Ai7DQ

Parkwood Preaching
Episode 245: Showing Christ To The Lost

Parkwood Preaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 27:56


Lost, God, Bible, Parkwood, Barefield

The Millionaire Architect Podcast w/ Matt Ganzak
How I turned $54 into Millions (Not the lottery) - MA020

The Millionaire Architect Podcast w/ Matt Ganzak

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 17:12


Consistency is the key! We talk about how a slow constant drip of water can change the environment. Radical focus and structure drives massive results over time. Showing up everyday and doing the work, which any slip up could miss a huge opportunity.  Follow today's episode as we talk about how the first $54 affiliate commission rolled into creating millions of dollars in business assets. 

The Mac Attack Podcast
Jessica Charman on Charlotte FC's Embarrassing Showing in Toronto and Big Three Game Stretch

The Mac Attack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 14:24


The guys are joined by Jessica Charman, radio analyst for Charlotte FC, for Footie Friday, as they try to figure out what happened to the squad in Toronto and how important these next three games are.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Thought Leader Revolution Podcast | 10X Your Impact, Your Income & Your Influence
EP385: Thought Leader Nuggets #67 - How To Hack Making $1 Million In 12 Months Or Less

The Thought Leader Revolution Podcast | 10X Your Impact, Your Income & Your Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 9:24


This is parts one & two of the 10 part series: How To Hack Making $1 Million In 12 Months Or Less. Getting out of your head and away from your concerns for yourself will open you up to be more present for the people who matter most: Your clients. After all, you're there to deliver solutions to their problems. Showing up fully for your client will help you bring them from being interested in your solutions to being committed, and that's a win-win. Visit eCircleAcademy.com and book a success call with Nicky to take your practice to the next level. And sign up for a live and branded thought leader immersion workshop.

They Coined It, a Mad Men Podcast
"One Seamless Don Draper" (S5E11) (The Other Woman)

They Coined It, a Mad Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 67:16


This show is made possible by you - thank you for supporting us on Patreon - subscribe for early episode drops, extra discussions, and opportunities to appear on our live audience They Joined It. (https://www.patreon.com/TheyCoinedItPodPatreon.com/theycoineditpod) Ugh, this is that episode. Don't get it wrong, it's an amazing episode - epic Mad Men, if you will. But you start it with the above-referenced ugh-statement. Roberta takes the theme of woman-as-property across the episode, and Dan picks up on Don as 8-year old with mommy issues. It's a very themey episode, but not at the expense of plot - big things happen for our main characters. Enjoy. WE'VE GOT MERCH! - They Coined It on a shirt or Your Dick Whitman is Showing on a mug or Eminently Chewable on a sticker or whatever else. CONTACT US: Questions@TheyCoinedItPod.com Patreon Instagram Twitter Facebook Producer, Editor - Roberta Lipp Graphics (logo and merch) - Albert Stern (stickrust arts) Theme by Adam Michael Tilford (Venmo: @Adam-Tilford-1) - need a podcast theme? Adam is your guy.

SunCast
500: GROWTH Lessons from 500 EPISODES, with GUEST HOST, Andy Klump!!!

SunCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 99:58


Showing up is half the battle. “Wow, 500! How did you do it, Nico?” Seems a lot of folks had this question on their mind as the date drew nearer to hit this milestone on the pod. And, when I asked you listeners “what can I do that's special for Episode 500?”, time and time again I got a common reply, “Have someone interview you, Nico! We want to know what you've learned!” The answer to “How I got here” is really boring and simple. One foot in front of the other, following my intuition, and reaching out to every hero, founder, leader who inspired me in the solar industry.  It's the tried and true formula for consistent progress that Most (all?) of the over 400 entrepreneurs & Executives interviewed on SunCast have “revealed” over the years.  Only ONE thing trumps (or compliments) Luck in the formula for success, and that is CONSISTENCY! Persistence. Sweat. Late Nights. Stretching what you believe you can do. And, for me, deciding each and every week to Press Record (and so, so much more that actually goes into bringing these episodes to life)! Consistency is a muscle and you have to decide you will do whatever “it” is, just like exercise, every single day. But the truth is, I have not always had this character trait of consistent action towards a goal. In fact, I was told I would fail in the beginning by people who, well-meaning, recognized that I had never been this consistent in anything. Little did they know, they motivated me to do the one thing that they believed I was incapable of, publish a podcast every single week.  Now, we publish 2. Soon, it will be even more. As they say, Hug your haters…let them inspire you.  All along, this quote inspired me: ​​“Do just once what others say you can't do, and you will never pay attention to their limitations again.” — James Cook I set my sights on 500 episodes…7 years later, here we are. And now,  WHO should be that trusted guide in an interview meant to tease out my lessons learned (and origin story) along the way? Afterall, in Episode 100, I already brought in the Mega-connector and solar industry maven, Scott “Sully” Sullivan to help me tell my origin story.  So, this time, I decided to turn to the all-time most-listened-to SunCast guest (and an excellent & insightful solar industry CEO), Andy Klump, founder/CEO of Clean Energy Associates.  In today's episode, Andy turns the mic, and the interview draws out some of my most deeply held beliefs, most strongly anchored memories, and stories I have never told before on this or any other stage.  Tune in to hear more about my origin story (skip the first 30min if you don't care about that! haha), what I've learned from 500 episodes, and where we go from here. I hope SunCast has inspired you thus far.  I'd love to hear what were some of your favorite stories? Who did you meet or come to admire/appreciate #BecauseOfSunCast??  We are on this journey together.  This show has become my life, my livelihood, and my community.  Thank you for showing up, each and every time #SolarWarrior. Because, truly, showing up is half the battle. You'll find links to connect with me and Andy and reference links to the things we discussed in the episode in the https://mysuncast.com/suncast-episodes/ (show notes) over on the blog. I'd also really love if you would Comment on today's Linkedin post about the episode!  What were some of your favorite stories? Who did you meet or come to admire & appreciate #BecauseOfSunCast??  SunCast is presented by https://www.mysuncast.com/sungrow (Sungrow), the world's most bankable inverter brand. You can learn more about all the sponsors who help make this show free for you, here: https://www.mysuncast.com/sponsors (www.mysuncast.com/sponsors) Remember you can always find the resources and learn more about today's guest, recommendations, book links, and more than 499 other founder stories and startup advice...

Rich Zeoli
Hulu Will Now Begin Showing Political Issue Ads

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 3:09


Disney has confirmed that Hulu will now begin accepting political candidate and issue ads on their streaming platform after the Democrats said they were censoring. 

Consistent and Predictable Community Podcast
Showing Fantastic Results Through Persuasion

Consistent and Predictable Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 9:06


Showing Fantastic Results Through PersuasionDan Rochon of Consistent and Predictable Income Coaching shares how to use persuasion to make more money. And how it can effectively be done by showing your clients the results.Learn how to persuade when you hear clues of frustrations from your clients in this new episode of consistent and predictable income for real estate agents.--To find out more about Dan Rochon and the CPI Community, you can check these links:https://www.findyourpotential.life/https://thecpicommunity.com/--Stop

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
119. Personal Stories of Transformation Part 2

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 35:46


Making transformations in a group setting is more fun and it helps you feel better, faster! This is part two of personal transformation stories from the women physicians in my group programs and they're sharing the benefits of group coaching, how to practically set and stick to your goals, and why you really do have to trust the process.   Key Takeaways Pick and choose what's right for you: live sessions or replays Small changes over time yield huge results Prioritize yourself so you can take care of everyone else, too   Group Programs for Physical and Mental Transformations Group coaching is so much fun! You have such a supportive group of women physicians around you to encourage you to reach your goals faster than if you were going it alone.  But it's not just physical transformations that happen in my group programs. Mental transformations are a huge part of the journey you'll go on, especially since we do so much thought work.  Showing up for a group program is also entirely in your hands - you can attend all the live classes or you can watch the replay videos… the most important part is that you're making regular time for yourself to do this work.   Trust the Process One of the other biggest takeaways from my group program participants is that what we do isn't a diet. You're not put on some strict eating plan at all, instead, we work with a Mindful Macros approach to help you develop your own meal plans, listen to your hunger cues, and see which foods treat your body best. The process I teach works, you just need to trust it. Once you trust the process, you'll be more likely to trust yourself, too - because that's what this is all about. Teaching you the skills you need to trust yourself in whatever you want to do, no matter what goal you're setting. You are always worth investing in. Your value is important. You are going to change the parts of your life that you want to change. How do you make sure you're making progress toward your goals? Let me know in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  How working out with other people is more fun and helps you feel better faster [4:45] The importance of scheduling time for your goals in your calendar [11:15] What happens mentally when you realize you don't have to be on a diet [17:45] Why you have to trust the process [18:45] How you learn more about yourself and your thought patterns when coaching with Ali [26:30] What happens when you believe in your own value [30:00]   Quotes “It was physical changes but it was a lot more mental changes. Once I got the physical stuff down, I started working on those thought distortions and perfectionism. I am really hard on myself, I have high expectations for me. I really had to work on giving myself grace to try to just relax and realize I don't have to do it all perfectly, I don't have to solve everyone's problems and have an answer for everyone that comes into my office.” [5:23] “I don't have to have all the answers right now. I can still learn and make really intentional choices. When I really work on the thought work, that's where the magic is. I have the power to transform my life and make it into whatever I want it to be.” [6:21] “Trust the process. It really does work if you do the process and the thought work, you are going to change parts of your life that you want to change.” [18:58] “I got to a place where I truly trusted myself. I not only trusted Ali and this Mindful Macros program, but I trusted myself. I was able to develop my own meal plan and truly listen to my hunger cues, see which foods actually do right by me. The concept of eating whatever you want, that there are no bad foods, was mindblowing to me, it's a very different mentality. What I was looking for before, I didn't quite find here, but I found so much more.” [28:21]   Resources Mentioned Join the Limitless 2022-2023 Interest List Find Out More About Limitless Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 118: Personal Stories of Transformation Episode 105: Go All-In On You Episode 104: Capability + Commitment = Transformation

Entrepreneurs on Fire
Make Millions on YouTube without Showing Your Face with Chris Zissis

Entrepreneurs on Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 22:42 Very Popular


Chris Zissis builds automated YouTube channels for investors to generate passive income. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. You have to have some controversial moment and use it as leverage as productively as possible to get more attention. 2. It is essential to get engagement from your audience; it does not matter who is behind the camera; your content is all that matters. 3. Always look at the risks and opportunities. Assess it, and think about what if it does work and what if it doesn't. There is so much opportunity out there. Touch base with Chris on Instagram - Grow your brand, grow your business, and grow your YouTube channel for FREE! - Chris' Instagram Sponsors: HubSpot: Customer expectations are at an all-time high, and making things easy is how you'll win. Learn more about how HubSpot can help your business grow better at HubSpot.com. Roll by ADP: The first chat-based mobile payroll app designed for small businesses and startups! Visit GetRoll.com/fire to get your first 3 months free! ZipRecruiter: Outstanding talent is crucial for a successful business. And if you're hiring, you can find talent for any role at ZipRecruiter. Try it for free today at ZipRecruiter.com/fire!

Living 4D with Paul Chek
EP 199 — Matt Maruca: Business and Freedom: The Hero's Journey

Living 4D with Paul Chek

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 167:53


Running a business and balancing that with living your best life possible is hard work no matter how long you've lived on Planet Earth, even for Matt Maruca, the very young and successful founder of Ra Optics.Matt has lived a lot of life since his first conversation with Paul and shares what he's learned about his true mission in life and his three simple recommendations for a person of any age wanting to start a business in this very special Living 4D meeting of equals.Learn more about Matt on social via Instagram at thelightdiet and Ra Optics.For Living 4D listeners: Save 15 percent on a pair of glasses Matt sells at his Ra Optics website by using the promo code CHEK at checkout.Show NotesThe conflicts of running Ra Optics: Principle vs. spirit and money vs. happiness. (3:24)Changing his inner state helped Matt focus on his true mission in life and learn to say no. (10:26)The externalization of self. (16:01)Did the moment of creation begin with light, sound or vibration? (39:45)Matt's struggles with diet leads to a better understanding of wholeness. (44:59)“There is infinite energy all around us.” (56:09)Vitamin D supplements aren't nearly as healthy for your body as sun exposure. (1:22:29)What the Light Diet really means. (1:29:14)You compound your problems and fears by running away from them. (1:41:27)Matt needed more masculine energy to face his business challenges. (1:50:13)Showing up and facing the challenges of living life every day. (2:00:15)Subtle evils. (2:08:17)The myth of sexual freedom. (2:21:16)Matt's three recommendations for any young person wanting to start a business. (2:34:26)“For me, my business has been the greatest teacher in the world.” (2:40:52)ResourcesThe Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life's Perfection and The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourselfby Michael SingerHeliotherapyThe Flexner ReportThe Sunk Cost FallacyOwn The Day, Own Your Life by Aubrey Marcus More resources for this episode are available on our website.Thanks to our awesome sponsors: CHEK Institute/IMS 1 Online, Organifi (save 20 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK20 at checkout), Paleovalley (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code chek15 at checkout), BiOptimizers (order your free bottle of Massymes today and save an extra 10 percent on your purchase by using the code PAUL10 at checkout), Cymbiotika (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK15 at checkout), and Airestech (save 15 percent on any purchase you make by using the code CHEK15 at checkout).We may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.

Mental Healness
Crying in front of a Narcissist or showing emotional vulnerability to them could set them off or aggravate them.

Mental Healness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 10:10


Crying in front of a Narcissist or showing emotional vulnerability to them could set them off or aggravate them. Welcome my channel! If this is your first time seeing my face or hearing my voice, my name is Lee and I am a self aware narcissist. I have narcissistic personality disorder ( NPD ) and I've been in therapy for my personality disorder since 2017 and it has definitely changed my life because without it, I would have lost everything. The point of these videos is to help bring awareness from the other side of the narcissistic *buse spectrum. All my videos give perspective on why many narcissists do what they do and the possible different reasons behind them. The victims and survivors get validation and the Narcissists (those that are willing) get to see that you can get help and that you are not alone. 1 on 1's and all my links - https://beacons.page/mentalhealness You can find me on - Tiktok MentalHealness - https://www.tiktok.com/@mentalhealness?lang=en Insta- Mentalhealnesss - https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealnesss/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MentalHealness85 Click the BEACON up top for direct links. Thank you so much and lets HEAL together --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/support