In this intriguing episode of Tech Talks Daily, I sit down with Eric McDonald, the dynamic CEO of CoinLion, a platform simplifying cryptocurrency investments. With a rich history in tech entrepreneurship, including 19 years as the Founder and CEO of DocuTAP, Eric now channels his expertise into making crypto trading accessible to all. Join me as Eric shares his journey from leading DocuTAP, an urgent care software company, through explosive growth, multiple fundraising rounds, acquisitions, a successful merger, and a subsequent billion-dollar acquisition. Now, at the helm of CoinLion, Eric is leveraging his experience to navigate the volatile and complex world of cryptocurrencies. We delve into how CoinLion, with over 530K+ executed trades worth over $1B, is demystifying the crypto market for beginners. By offering a unique auto-trading feature that allows users to mimic expert traders' strategies, CoinLion empowers individuals to navigate the crypto market efficiently, maximizing profits and mitigating risks. Eric discusses the current global economic climate, underlined by an energy crisis, inflation, and market uncertainties, and explores why investors are turning to crypto as a potential safe haven. He also shares lessons for crypto leaders and investors from the collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX and his outlook on the future of cryptocurrency. Finally, we discuss Eric's passion for building excellent teams centered on customer needs and his involvement in other innovative tech businesses, such as Phraze.AI, Journey Tellr, and SideCar. Please tune in to hear Eric's unique insights on leading in uncertain times and his vision for CoinLion, aimed at turning the complex crypto jungle into a walk in the park for investors.
SURVEY - Please take 3 Minutes and Complete this Survey. It will help us make a better show for you. Anxiety and the book "When My Mind Screams" In each of these three sections, we breakdown key areas to help you manage anxiety. 1.Newborn Steps (Chapter from the "Breathe" section): Importance of taking small steps and moving forward Personal experiences and challenges in finding effective strategies Emphasizing the need for consistent, simple actions Relating the concept to a recent podcast episode on crushing morning anxiety 2. Observing and Daily Spiritual Practice: Understanding the thoughts and bodily sensations related to anxiety Avoiding excessive focus on trauma and considering a broader understanding of the mind Importance of observing the body's signals and practicing self-kindness Incorporating morning routines or rituals to promote presence and calmness Highlighting the value of feeling and connecting with the present moment 3. Letting Go and Simplifying Life: Addressing obsessive thinking and constant rumination Challenging negative self-perceptions and false beliefs Acknowledging personal accomplishments and contributions Recognizing the futility of seeking solutions in anxious thoughts Simplifying life and reducing complexity to find peace and clarity About our Guest Christopher Glatis is an award winning filmmaker and lifelong seeker who was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder soon after entering college. Motivated to overcome what he initially saw as a weakness, Glatis devoted himself to learning how humans heal. He's tried it all, from silent meditations on mountaintops to Native American sweat lodges, psychotherapy, men's groups, yogis, trauma work, and creative projects that explore characters who, despite deep, psycho-spiritual struggles, are ultimately redeemed. By sharing his own journey in When Your Mind Screams, Glatis demonstrates how what was once his greatest weakness is now his greatest teacher. Resources ◼️ Happy Brain Mental Wellness Tips and Resources ◼️ Book - When Your Mind Screams Connect with Our Guest◼️ Website: www.christopherglatis.com ◼️LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ ◼️Twitter: https://rb.gy/rry5l ◼️Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezoiv ◼️Amazon: https://rb.gy/isvp1Connect with us!----◼️Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/seanstevebloch ◼️Show Instagram:http://www.instagram.com/happybrainfm
Sign up to get exclusive first access to the RP Hypertrophy App: https://bit.ly/401aAt4 0:00 Intro 1:02 Simplifying muscle building 3:27 SRA explained 4:36 Stimulators of hypertrophy explained 11:01 Tension 15:25 Lifting too light or heavy 20:28 Repetition Ranges 23:46 Using bands on machines 25:48 Lengthen Partials explained 30:38 Metabolites 32:52 The pump 34:47 Jacked guys not using full ROM 38:10 Damage
Business Straight Up Podcast - Business Help for Creative Entrepreneurs & Photographers
Full shownotes: http://boldwithbrooke.com/100 Have you ever worked with someone and could tell that they just weren't super jazzed about what they were doing? Maybe it was a teacher that wasn't really present in class, or someone that came to fix your furnace and you could tell they would rather be doing literally ANYTHING else. Being fully aligned with your business and having proper boundaries will mean more clarify, confidence and excitement. Simplifying processes will open that even more. In today's episode we are going to talk all about alignment and why it matters in your business, marketing and sales. AND, this is the official announcement of my rebranding and the new name of the podcast! Listen in and let me know what you think!
We discussed: How to manage when it feels that there's not enough time in the day. Budget organization. Laundry issues. My books Want to be a patron of the show? Find out how at Patreon. Want to find a decluttering coach?? Want to BE a decluttering coach?? --Nony The post 378: Simplifying Routines in Seasons of Stress & Grief appeared first on Dana K. White: A Slob Comes Clean.
Episode 157 ... for the week of May 8, 2023, and this is what is going on in our Disney World...What is Everybody Talking About?Big news from Disney impacting 2024 planning- Removing theme park reservation requirements for date-based tickets- Introducing “good-to-go days” for Annual Passholders* and cast members- Bringing back our fan-favorite Disney dining plans- Continuing to provide extended park time to Disney Resort hotel guests- Simplifying the Disney Genie+ experienceSource: Disney Parks BlogStarts @0:53 ...DBC Engagement: What HAVEN'T you done at the parks?- The community and the hosts share things they haven't yet done int he Disney Parks - and some are suprising!Starts @42:58 ...* Reminder to like, subscribe, rate, and review the DBC Pod wherever you get your podcast *Send us an e-mail! .... email@example.comFollow us on social media:- LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/thedbcpod - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheDBCPod/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDBCPod- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDBCPod- YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/thedbcpod- Discord Server: https://discord.com/invite/cJ8Vxf4BmQNote: This podcast is not affiliated with any message boards, blogs, news sites, or other podcasts
Welcome to our latest episode of The Ali Damron Show, where we interview Keri Mantie, a fitness expert specializing in fat loss and at-home strength training for women 40+. In this episode, Keri shares her insights on how to simplify fat loss and strength training so that women can get consistent and see results. Keri emphasizes the importance of setting realistic goals and creating a sustainable lifestyle that includes both exercise and proper nutrition. She explains that building muscle is essential for boosting metabolism and achieving fat loss, and that women over 40 can achieve great results with just a few simple exercises that can be done at home. Keri also provides tips for maintaining a healthy weight once you've reached your fat loss goals. She stresses the importance of finding a balance between exercise and nutrition that works for your body and your lifestyle, and encourages women to focus on building strength and muscle rather than just obsessing over the number on the scale. Overall, this episode is packed with valuable information and practical tips for women 40+ who want to simplify their fat loss and strength training journey. Whether you're just getting started or looking to take your fitness to the next level, Keri's insights will help you achieve your goals and live a healthy, active lifestyle. https://www.instagram.com/kerimantie/ "How to Have Fewer Mood Swings and More Energy By Balancing Your Hormones (Without Adding To Your Already Full Plate)" Training: www.alidamron.com/training www.alidamron.com www.alidamron.com/consults www.alidamron.com/heal www.alidamron.com/period www.instagram.com/alidamron Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/alidamron
As we are heading into the travel season, this is the perfect conversation to inspire you to simplify ALL the things when it comes to traveling (with your family) and packing. As moms, we know the struggle is real when it comes to preparing for a trip. My guest today is going to help us uncomplicate it so that we can actually ENJOY the process as well as the trip! Rachelle Crawford is the author of the book, Messy Minimalism and her blog, AbundantLifeWithLess.com. She makes minimalism doable by offering a grace-based approach to living clutter-free. Rachelle lives in Michigan with her husband and three children where she is also a school nurse. Inside the episode: Essential mindset shifts to traveling minimally. The benefits of minimal travel and packing. Creating a capsule wardrobe to pack lightly. Connect with Rachelle: Her Book: Messy Minimalism How to Pack Lightly Resource Connect with Sarah: Learn more about my favorite go-to Holistic Skincare Company! @thepeaceandproductivitypodcast Core Values Workbook Website The Peace + Productivity Planner Waitlist
Coach Stephen Thomas studied physiology and health sciences and is a qualified phlebotomist and a well-known expert in the keto-carnivore nutrition space. He is a certified online coach and is passionate about helping people regain their health through exercise and a ketogenic diet. It was a pleasure to finally have him on the podcast, and I know you'll enjoy this episode. What you'll hear: Stephen's backstory and why he chose a ketogenic and then a carnivore lifestyle (1:37) What his diet looked like before transitioning to low-carb (3:20) The benefits he noticed when he made the switch to low-carb and eventually fully carnivore (8:37) Simplifying keto (11:01) Being lean but not necessarily healthy (14:27) Regulating insulin (17:31) Carbohydrates and blood glucose levels (25:58) Blood level readings of his clients (34:32) Pathological insulin resistance (37:52) The cholesterol debate (41:35) Treating the whole client rather than singling out certain facets (49:29) False paradigms about calories (54:34) How he structures his meals daily (58:41) The primary driver for his allergies disappearing when he switched to carnivore (1:01:52) Where to learn more from Stephen: UK Carnivore If you loved this episode and our podcast, please take some time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, or drop us a comment below!
2nd Annual OTs in Pelvic Health Summit is happening IN PERSON on August 19-20! Please join us + celebrate all things OT and Pelvic Health! Occupation-Based Pelvic Health Community of Practice Enrollment SurveyWhere to find the list of pelvic health presentations during AOTA 2023Where to find Dr. Carlin ReaumeIG: @supportedmamaDoors Open for OT Pioneers: Intro to Pelvic Floor Therapy for Occupational Therapists on April 24-28, 2023.It is 100% online + self-paced. It includes 4 group mentorship calls and you get lifelong access!
Many of us living with MS experience overwhelm and dissatisfaction with certain areas of our lives. This drastically limits our ability to maximize our happiness and our ability to traverse hardships in positive ways when we face the challenges that life brings our way. In this episode, we'll explore 9 different pathways to deeply examine in our lives to discover our unique personal path to simplification. By leaning into what resonates with us most, and letting go of the rest, we can find our way to a much brighter place. Listen in and begin your journey towards a simpler and happier life.patreon.com/MSflock MyMSflock@gmail.com@MyMSFlock
Which type of clutter should you declutter first? In today's podcast episode, I share with you the number one type of clutter that will give you the biggest bang for your time. I also share with you three resources to make your decluttering so much more efficient. Links mentioned in Episode: Simplify - 10 Day Declutter: https://florasage.com/simplify/ Virtual Declutter Day: https://florasage.com/declutterday/Let's Connect! - Single Session - https://florasage.as.me/SingleSession - Align Your Business - https://florasage.com/coachme/ - Align Your Life - https://florasage.kartra.com/page/AlignLifeMonthly - Free Gift - https://florasage.kartra.com/page/UltimateBizDeclutterFreeGift - Book Your 1° Assessment Today - https://florasage.as.me/OneDegreeAssessment - The 1° Shift Book - https://florasage.com/1degreebook/
Power Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
“Leadership is not about you. It's about how people interpret what you do. It's what somebody gets. Leaders have a job of inspiring and helping the next generation of leadership”In this episode, I talk to the legendary Dave Ulrich. Dave is a well-known, highly acclaimed speaker, author, and professor. Dave has been ranked as the #1 management guru by Business Week and has a passion for ideas with impact. His bestselling books and popular speeches have helped shape the corporate agenda, and his work has completely revolutionized the way human resources is practiced and viewed in companies today.You'll hear Dave offer his savvy, no-nonsense, and practical thoughts about the multiple paradoxes leaders face and how to resolve them. We talk about the balance between task and relationship and how great leaders spend their time and energy. He emphasizes the importance of taking care of others, forming strong bonds and relationships, and co-creating a sustainable business with others. While complexity and uncertainty are givens, human connection and our guiding principles provide a simplifying compass to help us navigate the way forward. In this episode:The human aspect of leadershipJudging people by more than just their behavior. What is their intent?Providing value through giving people what they need, not what we knowBeing a leader does not mean knowing everythingThe importance of co-creation in leadership Navigating complexity and uncertaintyKeeping it simple is an artPower Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders is the go-to podcast for anyone who leads. Your host is Janet Ioli, leadership and human development expert, sought-after coach and advisor to global executives, and former executive with experience in four Fortune 100 companies. She helps leaders ground themselves with confidence, connection, and purpose and learn to lead with Less Ego, More Soul.Resource Links:Dave Ulrich is the Rensis Likert Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and a partner at the RBL Group, a consulting firm focused on helping organizations and leaders deliver value. He edited Human Resource Management (1990-99), served on the editorial board of 4 other journals and the Board of Directors for Herman Miller, coached successful business leaders, and is a Distinguished Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources. He is known for turning complex ideas into simple solutions and creating real value.You can find Dave's books here.If you want to become more confident and aligned with your deeper values in just 21 days. Check out my book Less Ego, More Soul: A Modern Reinvention Guide for Women.If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Connect with today's guest on LinkedIn: Dave UlrichConnect with Janet Ioli:Website: janetioli.comLinkedin: Janet IoliInstagram: @janetioliJanet is the founder of Power Presence Academy. She helps leaders ground themselves with confidence, connection, and purpose and lead with Less Ego, More Soul.
Label Free: "To live your best life, live label free."
In this podcast episode, the Co-Host Jules B., and guest discuss the importance of identifying problems as an entrepreneur, simplifying the podcasting process for passionate creators, and the heart behind podcasting. You'll also hear personal accounts of abstinence before marriage and lasting love, as well as insights into the misconceptions and opposition against paying guests on podcasts. With timestamps to guide you through each topic, this episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in podcasting or looking to live a purposeful life. So sit back, relax, and let the voices sharing their passion and expertise in this powerful form of media inspire you.Chapters:00:00:00 Introduction To The Speaker's Goal In The Industry00:03:59 The Importance Of Identifying Problems As An Entrepreneur00:06:23 Simplifying The Podcasting Process For Passionate Creators00:10:13 Unrealistic Podcast Guest Expectations: Getting On The Biggest Shows In The World00:12:04 The Misconception And Opposition Against Paying Guests On Podcasts00:15:44 Why Podcasting?: The Heart Behind The Matter00:16:56 Podcasting For Optimal Comprehension.00:19:26 Deciding To Wait: A Personal Account Of Abstinence Before Marriage.00:21:21 Conversation About Lasting Love And Age Compliment.Don't forget to check out of website and follow us on all social media:www.labelfreepodcast.comwww.instagram.com/labelfreepodcast
Imagine a membership platform for non-invasive aesthetic treatments that allows patients to make affordable monthly payments while practices get paid upfront in full.Well as it turns out, we don't have to imagine it… because PRIVI is the first subscription plan of its kind, and PatientFi CEO & Co-Founder Todd Watts is here to tell us about it.In this exclusive interview with Dr. Grant Stevens, Todd breaks down the mechanics of a financing model that promises "frictionless beauty" for patients — including effortless scheduling, instinctive upselling, and dynamic pricing for treatment plan modifications.Tune in to find out why Dr. Stevens feels that PatientFi cracked the code of subscription-based aesthetics on the latest episode of The Technology of Beauty.Show Notes:0:00 Intro0:37 Background7:32 The origins of PatientFi11:57 Financing packages and products13:40 Changing how practices quote their procedures15:23 Doubling growth by changing financing and pricing16:48 Simplifying front office education19:25 The launch of PRIVI21:11 Frictionless beauty: paying for non-invasive treatments on a monthly subscription23:58 Inside the mechanics of the financing model (with the practitioner paid up front)25:28 Subscription-based financing for MedSpas26:54 Dynamic pricing for treatment plan modifications & upsells30:40 Making scheduling effortless for upcoming procedures33:11 Members spend 72% more than one-time customers35:24 1 in 3 U.S. adults are considering a non-invasive cosmetic procedure36:42 Closing words» Apple Podcasts | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/technology-of-beauty/id1510898426» Spotify | https://open.spotify.com/show/0hEIiwccpZUUHuMhlyCOAm» Recent episodes | https://www.influxmarketing.com/technology-of-beauty/» Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/thetechnologyofbeauty/» LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-technology-of-beauty/The Technology of Beauty is produced by Influx Marketing, The Digital Agency for Aesthetic Practices. https://www.influxmarketing.com/Want more aesthetic insights? Subscribe to Next Level Practices, the show where we discuss the ever-changing world of digital marketing and patient acquisition and bring you the latest ideas, strategies, and tactics to help you take your practice to the next level. https://www.influxmarketing.com/next-level-practices/
Let's wrap up this series on Simplifying your Life! Today we are talking about the 80/20 rule and how this simple but powerful rule can help us simplify our lives, and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of both our effort and time. --------------------------------------------------- Additional Resources: Grab my Notion Planning System here, which includes all the templates to do your Spring Cleaning. Grab my Own Your Career Journal here. Enjoying the podcast? Would you like to get bonus conent like exclusive podcast episodes, trainings, tools and more? - Join our Patreon Community - https://bit.ly/leadingyourselfpatreon Join the Monday Motivation Newsletter, Not your average newsletter —Start your week with new intentions, productivity tips, and small shifts we can make together. - https://bit.ly/mondaymotivationemail --------------------------------------------------- LET'S CONNECT:
Ari Meisel is an entrepreneur, author, CEO, TED speaker, real estate developer, green building consultant, and productivity expert. He wrote the book The Art of Less Doing, Replaceable, and Idea to Execution all of which have received acclaim for their insights into hacking productivity. He graduated from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2007, Ari was diagnosed with Crohn's disease, which caused him to require over a dozen daily medications and several hospital visits. Despite the severity of his condition, he decided to do everything he could to strengthen his body, including Ironman races. In our conversation with Ari, we discussed his journey overcoming Crohn's disease and how that low point led him to become hyper-focused on saving his time through productivity and lifestyle improvements. How did Ari's diagnosis with Crohn's disease lead him to become hyper-focused on productivity and lifestyle improvements? What are some of the strategies Ari used to save time and increase efficiency in his daily routine? How does Ari prioritize tasks and manage his time effectively? Can you share any tips or tools for improving workflow and staying focused? What role does organization play in Ari's productivity system? How can listeners apply Ari's productivity strategies to their own lives and work? SPONSORS Sponsors The Carnivore Bar - 10% OFF - Delicious & convenient Pemmican Bar Fond Bone Broth - 15% OFF - REAL bone broth with HIGH-QUALITY ingredients! It's a daily product for us! Perennial Pastures - 10% OFF - Regeneratively raised, grass-fed & grass-finished beef from California & Montana Affiliates LMNT - Electrolyte salts to supplement minerals on low-carb diet Heart & Soil - CODE ‘MEATMAFIA10' for 10% OFF - enhanced nutrition to replace daily vitamins! Carnivore Crisps - 10% OFF - Carnivore / Animal-based snacks for eating healthy on the go! CODE: MEATMAFIA Pluck Seasoning - 10% OFF - Nutrient-dense seasoning with INSANE flavor! CODE: MAFIA We Feed Raw - 25% OFF your first order - ancestrally consistent food for your dog! CODE 'MEATMAFIA25' TIME STAMPS1:20- Background15:20- Light bulb moment of taking control18:00- The medicine21:00- Other resources at the time24:25- Learning from the experience 29:20- Simplifying email (productivity)35:00- “Small hinges swing big doors.”38:30- Accountability tips for people40:30- Asynchronies communication45:20- Getting people to download the software48:10- Seeing time different 51:00- Resources
Robert Playter is CEO of Boston Dynamics, a legendary robotics company that over 30 years has created some of the most elegant, dextrous, and simply amazing robots ever built, including the humanoid robot Atlas and the robot dog Spot. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: - NetSuite: http://netsuite.com/lex to get free product tour - Linode: https://linode.com/lex to get $100 free credit - LMNT: https://drinkLMNT.com/lex to get free sample pack EPISODE LINKS: Boston Dynamics YouTube: https://youtube.com/@bostondynamics Boston Dynamics Twitter: https://twitter.com/BostonDynamics Boston Dynamics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bostondynamicsofficial Boston Dynamics Website: https://bostondynamics.com PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://lexfridman.com/podcast Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2lwqZIr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2nEwCF8 RSS: https://lexfridman.com/feed/podcast/ YouTube Full Episodes: https://youtube.com/lexfridman YouTube Clips: https://youtube.com/lexclips SUPPORT & CONNECT: - Check out the sponsors above, it's the best way to support this podcast - Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lexfridman - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lexfridman - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lexfridman - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lexfridman - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lexfridman - Medium: https://medium.com/@lexfridman OUTLINE: Here's the timestamps for the episode. On some podcast players you should be able to click the timestamp to jump to that time. (00:00) - Introduction (07:18) - Early days of Boston Dynamics (15:39) - Simplifying robots (19:37) - Art and science of robotics (24:20) - Atlas humanoid robot (41:14) - DARPA Robotics Challenge (55:34) - BigDog robot (1:09:23) - Spot robot (1:30:48) - Stretch robot (1:33:36) - Handle robot (1:39:10) - Robots in our homes (1:47:57) - Tesla Optimus robot (1:56:39) - ChatGPT (1:59:43) - Boston Dynamics AI Institute (2:01:14) - Fear of robots (2:11:36) - Running a company (2:17:13) - Consciousness (2:24:46) - Advice for young people (2:26:42) - Future of robots
GET MY FREE INSTANT POT COOKBOOK: https://www.chefaj.com/instapot-download ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MY LATEST BESTSELLING BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1570674086?tag=onamzchefajsh-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=1570674086&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.1GNPDCAG4A86S ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice. The content of this podcast is provided for informational or educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health issue without consulting your doctor. Always seek medical advice before making any lifestyle changes. T. Colin Campbell, PhD has been dedicated to the science of human health for more than 60 years. His primary focus is on the association between diet and disease, particularly cancer. Although largely known for the China Study--one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted, and recognized by The New York Times as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology”--Dr. Campbell's profound impact also includes extensive involvement in education, public policy, and laboratory research. Dr. Campbell grew up on a dairy farm and was the first in his family to go to college, where he studied pre-veterinary medicine at Pennsylvania State University. After obtaining his bachelor's degree, and while completing his first year at the University of Georgia veterinary school, he received a telegram from a well known professor at Cornell University, offering a scholarship and research opportunity too good to turn down. And so he completed his education at Cornell University (M.S., Ph.D.) and MIT (Research Associate) in nutrition, biochemistry and toxicology. He then spent 10 years on the faculty of Virginia Tech's Department of Biochemistry and Nutrition before returning to Cornell in 1975 where he presently holds his Endowed Chair as the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry in the Division of Nutritional Sciences. Dr. Campbell's research experience includes both laboratory experiments and large-scale human studies. He has received over 70 grant-years of peer-reviewed research funding (mostly with NIH), served on grant review panels of multiple funding agencies, actively participated in the development of national and international nutrition policy, and authored over 350 research papers, most published in peer-reviewed science journals. Throughout his career, he has confronted a great deal of confusion surrounding nutrition and its effects. It is precisely this confusion that he has focused so much on, in recent years. In order to synthesize the findings of his long and rewarding career, and to give back to the public whose lives are threatened by rampant misinformation and special interests, Dr. Campbell co-wrote The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health (2005, 2016), which has sold more than 3 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 50 foreign languages. He is also the author of the The New York Times bestseller Whole (2013), The Low Carb Fraud (2013), and The Future of Nutrition. An Insider's Look at the Science, Why We Keep Getting It Wrong and How to Start Getting It Right (2020). Several documentary films feature Dr. Campbell and his research, including Forks Over Knives, Eating You Alive, Food Matters, and PlantPure Nation. He continues to share evidence-based information on health and nutrition whenever given the opportunity. He has delivered hundreds of lectures around the world and he is the founder of the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and the online Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate powered by eCornell.
How will Social Security benefits fit into your retirement equation? If you have a spouse, there is an added level of complexity when considering your Social Security claiming strategy. We explore this topic and more through listener questions on today's episode of Retirement Answer Man. Learn what to consider and how to approach the Social Security question by pressing play. OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE RETIREMENT ANSWER MAN LISTENER QUESTIONS [3:49] Kathy shares Soaring Spirits International – a widows' group [4:33] Claiming Social Security strategies [9:55] Non-qualified stock options [18:39] Simplifying your investments going into retirement BRING IT ON [32:19] Having passions or projects to drive you [35:09] Plan your days in retirement TODAY'S SMART SPRINT SEGMENT [36:47] Declutter one thing Resources Mentioned In This Episode Soaring Spirits International SSA.gov Rock Retirement Club Roger's YouTube Channel - Roger That BOOK - Rock Retirement by Roger Whitney Roger's Retirement Learning Center
“Trying to track hours and production and try and keep ahead of where you're at on your project based on budget and when you're committed to be done… often you were three or four weeks behind in your reporting… and it just seemed like there were more jobs left at the end of the money than money left at the end of the job.”-Mike Merrill, Co-Founder of WorkMax and Host of The Mobile Workforce Podcast As technology evolves, it offers exciting possibilities for every facet of life. In recent years, we've seen video calling become a crucial part of life, a smartphone in every pocket, and more. Listen in as Mike Merrill shares how technology and data collection can empower you and your company to track your performance and productivity. With the WorkMax platform, record hours, job progress, and dozens of data points, all at your fingertips. Streamline your projects, save money, and manage progress conveniently and securely. Topics discussed in this interview:- The Mobile Workforce podcast- Mike's start in construction and the genesis of WorkMax- A long-awaited productivity solution- Reducing problems, not creating new ones- Developing a solution alongside changing technology- Meeting standards and elevating accountability- Simplifying software- The power of data monitoring for productivity- What does the future hold for WorkMax?- Construction's slow pace of change- What does the WorkMax adoption process look like?- Advice for the next generation of construction- Rapid fire questions To learn more about WorkMax and how it can transform your company, visit their website or check them out on LinkedIn. For a relevant and timely listen, tune into the Mobile Workforce Podcast.For more Construction Disruption, listen on Apple Podcasts or YouTubeConnect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedInThis episode was produced by Isaiah Industries, Inc.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
(0:00:00) - #GirlPower (10 Minutes) The Entrepreneurial You host, Heneka Watkis-Porter welcomes Shiloh Johnson, the founder and CEO of ComplYant Technology Platform, a digital tax assistant tool. Shiloh is one of only ten black women to raise over ten million dollars in venture capital funding. After acknowledging the sponsors, the conversation shifts to Shiloh's background and the founding of ComplYant Technology Platform. The biggest challenges for small business owners managing taxes are lack of time, accruing late fees, and not treating the business like a business. (0:09:50) - Taxation for Small Businesses (3 Minutes) Taxes in America are location-based and multiple tiers of government authorities require payment of taxes and fees. A variety of deductions, grants, and credits are available to small businesses to incentivize economic growth. The registration process for businesses is not as difficult as many people think, and there are services to help guide people through it. Furthermore, budgeting and filing payments are important considerations for small businesses. (0:12:49) - Securing Funding for Underrepresented Entrepreneurs (6 Minutes) This portion of the conversation focused on how compliance technology platforms can help small business owners effectively manage their taxes. The platform provides users with an algorithm that can identify the various tax types that apply to their business and calendar those taxes out for the entire year. The platform provides budgeting systems and methods to save money to pay bills. The conversation then shifted to discuss the fundraising process for compliance and strategies for securing VC funding. The speaker advised underrepresented entrepreneurs looking to secure funding for their projects, suggesting that they work on themselves to present themselves confidently. (0:18:47) - Confidence and Self-Belief in FinTech (8 Minutes) A discussion on self-confidence and standing out in the business world was explored. It was noted that it is important to enter a room with confidence and not be afraid to be yourself - to be proud of who you are and your own culture. The conversation then shifted to the evolution of compliance since receiving funding and the plans for the future. It was mentioned that the goal is to make compliance simple for small business owners, with a focus on making it easy for them to answer yes or no questions and move on with their day. (0:26:33) - Benefits of Compliance (8 Minutes) Confidence plays a major role in securing funding for small businesses. This chapter explored the importance of fraud protection and compliance in the FinTech industry and discussed the impact of technology on small businesses. The conversation also focused on the lack of representation of Black women in the FinTech industry and how the founder of Compliance (Shiloh Johnson) is working to make a positive impact. Finally, listeners get a coupon code for a free trial of the Compliance product, as well as an invitation to send feedback and connect with the host on social media. Shiloh: https://www.facebook.com/complyantapp; https://www.instagram.com/ComplyantApp/; https://twitter.com/ComplYantApp; https://twitter.com/shilohajohnson --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-entrepreneurial-you/message
Ready to turn on the metaphorical (and literal) OPEN SIGN in your business so you can welcome endless referrals of ideal clients?That's exactly what you're going to learn how to do in this episode.The Profitable Nutritionist program student Annika Taylor is sharing her 3 most transformative business strategies that have taken her holistic nutrition practice from brand new just one year ago to thriving, referral-fueled machine in 2023.Along with those 3 juicy strategies, she also shares:How she has changed her offer and exactly what she charges and includes for her clients in 2023The 2 most lucrative marketing outlets she has usedHow she knew it was time to leave her 9-5 job and start her own health and wellness practiceYou are going to get so many gems from this episode.Enjoy!Subscribe To The Profitable Nutritionist™ PodcastApple | Spotify | YouTubeWhere You Can Find Annika:
In This Episode, You Will Learn: The formula for less content, less energy, and higher production! How to generate more organic leads and engagement. A simplified social media process for your business and content. Resources + Links: Connect with Lauren on Instagram | @like_lauren_taylor Message Lauren the
Are you thinking about creating a source of “passive income” - a.k.a income that doesn't require constant effort - in your beauty business? It may seem like offering more products, services, or becoming an educator can allow you to quickly and easily bring in the big bucks, but have you considered the time, money, and resources needed to produce that revenue? Investing money and time to research products, creating an e-commerce store, marketing the products and giving away products to get people to try it, etc - all happens before you've ever made a sale. Becoming an educator means establishing credibility as an educator, building an audience of people who trust you, creating your curriculum, then having sales convos to get a student to buy from you. THEN you actually can do the education part of teaching a student. Not to mention a whole hell of a lot of MARKETING to consistently get new students into your program. These are all great growth opportunities in our industry - however - if you haven't had success and the time/money freedom you want in your life with the CURRENT business you have - you are spreading your time and money REAL THIN trying to add more complications and distractions by creating these different revenue streams. Instead of spreading yourself too thin, use that same time, money and energy to master one income stream at a time. Focus on building out processes that work and generating sales and profits in one business before you move on to the next. By doing this, you'll have a solid foundation for your business and be better equipped to add on more business models in the future - IF you want to! Episode Highlights: [2:10] Why Social Media's #hustle culture is super misleading. [3:26] Lash services, product lines, and education are each separate businesses with their own unique business models. [10:54] Building a team can be a fulfilling way to scratch that itch for education and mentorship - without having to constantly find new students. How do you build out processes and create a team that can help you scale? That's where our Society Xcelerator program comes in. We'll teach you how to build out a process dependent business with a team so you can focus on what you do best and grow your business with confidence. To learn more about how you can join our Society Xcelerator program and start building your dream team, DM me on Instagram with #hire. I'll show you how you can hire your first (or next) profitable team member and take your business to the next level.
How can purpose-built systems revolutionize family office management?Today's guest is Christian Grupp, CEO of Entole, a family office command center. We explore the intersection of family office management and technology and how they can create purpose-built systems rather than large monolithic platforms. We discuss the current state of technological solutions for family offices, with differing approaches being taken by different offices. We touch on the importance of a family constitution and the evolution of family offices toward hybrid or digital models. Join us as we dive into this fascinating topic and uncover how technology can help shape the future of family office management.Christian has nearly two decades of experience with Family Offices and Technology through serving as an executive of his family's MFO and driving the growth of businesses through people and technology systems.[00:00 - 08:11] Opening Segment• Christian's experience in family offices and technologyHow Entole is a command center that pulls together purpose-built systems for family offices• Family offices touch many service areas, making digital infrastructure vital• Rising generations expect a digitized experience and technological optionality[08:12 - 16:29] A Technological Solution for Family Offices• How family offices have unique technological solution setsMost people use specific tools that suit their needs and integrate them• All-in-one solutions may not keep up with innovation and governance needs• FOX provides research and best practices for family enterprise management[16:30 - 24:45] The Rise of Technology in Family Offices• The importance of family constitution in family governanceCommand center to monitor and push updates on the family constitution• Trend towards hybrid/digital/virtual family offices• Technology as a service delivery mechanism, not a replacement for a personal touch[24:46 - 33:07] The Challenges of Developing a Command Center in the Digital Age• The difference between a digital and virtual family office• Why do people want both a digital & a physical experience?• Fewer skilled technologists understand how to address issues within the family office[33:08 - 40:11] Closing Segment• Family offices aren't well known, so there's limited awareness of the industry• Building a technology product for family offices takes yearsWant to connect with Christian? Follow him on LinkedIn. Visit Entole, a new place for your private capital!Key Quotes:“Figuring out how to have infrastructure that digitally interconnects with all of the different things that touch a family's life is absolutely vital” - Christian Grupp“We don't want to go replicate what's out there; we want to focus on how are we bringing things together.” - Christian GruppDownload our FREE Strategizing for Inflation Guide here: https://www.excelsiorgp.com/download/Connect with me on LinkedIn!LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND LEAVE US A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in, and Stay Tuned for the Next Episode COMING SOON!
Movement Makers Podcast with Nikki Groom
My guest today, Dr. Nika White, says, “Diversity, equity, and inclusion is not just a checkmark for good business; it's a way to transform the world.” As an award-winning management and leadership consultant, keynote speaker, published author, and executive practitioner for DEI efforts across the business, government, nonprofit, and education, Nika helps organizations break barriers and integrate diversity into their businesses. The heart of Nika's work, which you'll hear all about in this episode, addresses the ability to create transformative environments with intentionality around inclusion. During our conversation, Nika breaks down what it means to be an inclusionist and shares how you can become a true ally, no matter where you are on your DEI journey.
If you're a mom, you're busy. It just comes with the territory, right?! As a mom and entrepreneur, I usually feel like I can never keep up. It wasn't until this year that I finally started to find a rhythm that worked for my family, and I am really excited to share those tips with you today. There is such a thing as momming smarter, not harder – and I want to help you learn how to do it. I hope this episode leaves you feeling encouraged to start new routines for your family and excited for how you'll manage your role as a mother. And more than anything, I hope you feel inspired by the truth that while motherhood is hard, it's also full of so much joy! In this episode you'll hear:
Gather and Go with Brian Jewell
Former Google employer and digital marketing trainer Chris Cheetham-West shares straightforward strategies on this episode of the podcast
ESG Decoded is a podcast powered by ClimeCo to share updates related to business innovation and sustainability in a clear and actionable manner. In celebration of Earth Month, we'd like to thank Big Pivot Partners, this month's sponsor. Big Pivot is an award-winning communications design firm with solutions ranging from sustainability and corporate social responsibility projects like ESG, DE&I, and TCFD reports to investor communications. As strategic consultants, they've earned a reputation for delivering strategic, creative solutions with hands-on project management that ensures projects deliver on-time and within budget. In this episode, Kaitlyn Allen talks with Mike Smith, CEO and Co-founder of Aclymate, a Denver-based climate-tech startup providing a carbon accounting and offsetting platform to help small and medium businesses manage and report their impact on the climate. Previously, Mike founded RenewWest, where he developed the largest carbon reforestation project in U.S. history, the two million tree Collins-Modoc (Moe-Dock) Project. He is a former U.S. Navy FA-18 pilot with 354 carrier-arrested landings across three deployments, ultimately attaining the rank of Commander. In this week's episode, host @Kaitlyn Allen welcomes @Mike Smith, CEO and Co-founder of @Aclymate. Listen as Kaitlyn and Mike discuss the complex relationship that small to medium-sized companies have with setting climate or ESG goals. They also dive into adequately capturing impact since many existing carbon accounting systems are designed for larger companies. Mike explains how Aclymate addresses the gap in the market. He also reminds us that we don't need to know everything related to climate change to get started, and we should avoid making things more complicated than they need to be. Mike is a Veteran (we thank him for his service) – his experience drives his perspectives on national security impacts related to climate change. Make sure to subscribe to ESG Decoded on your favorite streaming platforms and our YouTube Channel so that you're notified of new episodes! Remember to connect with us on our social media channels. Enjoy this episode! - Episode Resource Links Mike's LinkedIn Newsletter “The Mike Drop”: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/the-mike-drop-7046926900216164352 Aclymate Account Creation (30-day free trial): https://dashboard.aclymate.com Aclymate 30-second emissions calculator: https://aclymate.com/carbon-footprint Offset Marketplace: https://aclymate.com/offsets Big Pivot Website: www.bigpivot.net Big Pivot LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joelcharron
In Part Three of our series on money, I'm going to break down Dave Ramsey's 7 Baby Steps to financial freedom, plus give you some of my tips for simplifying your money this year. And oh yeah, it's Tax Day. Did you get those pesky things filed?Mark your calendars! Starting May 8, I'll be hosting Financial Peace University virtually. This is Dave Ramsey' full program get control of your financial life! Registration will begin next week and I can't wait to guide you through this life-transforming program!
Let's talk Sales Funnels. Sales funnels are a way to segment clients based on their interests and behaviors, allowing business owners to effectively serve them. It can also help determine if a potential client is not a good fit for the business, saving time and energy. However, some business owners are hesitant to use sales funnels due to their bad reputation of being sleazy and focused on upselling. But sales funnels can be used organically and not force potential clients to make a decision about buying something. Plus, the cost depends on the automation and process used, and the potential value and return on investment can be huge. Creating a sales funnel can seem complex and overwhelming, but you are encouraged to keep it simple and straightforward, with a clear entry and exit point. Start small and focus on short-term goals to build momentum. And don't forget to tweak and adjust the funnel as needed.
Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
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Join us in this episode as we sit down with Alain Visser, CEO of Lynk & Co, an innovative automotive brand that aims to revolutionize the traditional car ownership model. In this thought-provoking conversation, we delve into the concept of sustainability in car manufacturing and ownership, and how Lynk & Co is addressing this crucial issue by making car usage more efficient and practical.Watch this episode here: https://youtu.be/YS2huzjhg2oWe also explore the prevailing perception that more options equate to better choices, and how Lynk & Co's simplified approach to car options challenges this notion. Alain shares valuable insights on the benefits of their car lending system, which allows for a more collaborative and cost-effective approach to car ownership.Enjoy, Sam https://www.lynkco.com/enShow Notes: 0:00 - Intro3:57 - Lynk & Co18:55 - Simplifying car options22:11 - Pricing and insurance32:15 - Where do the cars come from? 34:15 - The clubs46:32 - 5 Questions Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today, we're joined by Josh Miszk. Josh is the Founder and President of Brokeredge from Mississauga, Ontario, a CRM that helps you to easily create a client journey and automatically track your deals, with minimal input from the user. Josh is here to discuss the importance of simplifying your process, what makes Brokeredge unique, and how you should do less, but better. In today's "Ask The Expert" segment, we have Reuven Gorsht from Deeded discussing navigating key changes in Candian Real Estate. Brokeredge Website: www.brokeredge.ca Brokeredge Instagram: @brokeredgecrm Brokeredge Facebook: @brokeredgecrm Deeded Website: www.deeded.ca/ilmb The I Love Mortgage Brokering Network is brought to you by Finmo. To learn more, visit: https://hubs.li/Q01xdVGv0 If there's someone you think would be a great guest for the show, visit: www.podcastwithscott.com If you're looking to start your own podcast and need production services, visit: www.ilmbproductions.com Follow on TikTok: @tiktok.mortgagebroker Find out more about BRX Mortgage: www.rookietorockstar.ca I Love Mortgage Brokering: www.ilovemortgagebrokering.com
In This Hour: From the NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis -- Paul Spitale, from Colt, details new growth from the iconic gun maker. -- Brandon Maddox, announces new programs from Silencer Central for making the process easier to purchase suppressors. -- How can you win a gun-building contest? Derrick Dumont describes how he came away on top in the first season of Build Box TV. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 04.16.23 Hour 3
This episode on the Balanced Warrior Podcast is all about fun and happiness. Coaches Chris Berlow and Paul Melella have a “fun” conversation on “Happiness.” What is your definition of happiness? Is it dependent on the success of your business? Is it the quality of your relationships? Is it the achievement of material things? Or is it the freedom to do the things you love? There is no right or wrong answer because it is individualized to you. This episode will get you laughing and thinking about what brings you joy. Because in the end, if we are not happy in our lives, we are not living our best life. Here are some notable takeaways to living a happy life. Everyone has a different definition of "Happiness.” Happiness is not a destination. How do you measure Happiness? Your definition of happiness constantly evolves depending on the season of life you are in. Top tips for creating a happy life: Golden relationships play an essential role in the happiest humans. Intimacy with partners and spouses Simplifying life meaningful work Being mindful and grateful for the little things in life Learn to become aware of your top values and simplify any rules you attach to them. Have fun! If you enjoyed this podcast, please be sure to subscribe to the podcast and allow us to help you live a balanced life while maintaining a warrior spirit. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-balanced-warrior-podcast/id1456043540 And don't be shy and share it with anyone who would benefit from its content. Visit empoweredmastery.com for more information, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions about Balanced Warrior and Empowered Mastery.
Welcome to the "Secrets of #Fail," a new pod storm series hosted by Matt Brown. In this series of 2023, Matt dives deep into the world of failures and lessons learned along the way from high-net-worth individuals. Join Matt as he dives into the world of failures and lessons.Series: Secret of #FailBrian Reale, CEO and Founder of ProcessMaker, a popular workflow tool that improves information flow between data and systems, was kind enough to participate in our popular “Take 5 with the Founder' series this month. ProcessMaker's mission is to simplify your workflow and their clients range from major universities and banks to government agencies. It is truly a global company, with offices in North America, Latin America, and Europe, and a network of over 35 partners that extends across five continents.Get an interview on the Matt Brown Show: www.mattbrownshow.comSupport the show
Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
Cyber risk and cyber security are very important, and the field is filled with experts. So how can thought leadership elevate your work in a way that connects with a larger audience? Today our guest is Jeffrey Wheatman, Cyber Risk Evangelist for Black Kite, a company that is disrupting traditional third party risk management practices worldwide by providing cyber security experts with greater visibility. While the topics that Jeffrey talks about are of the utmost importance, many people just don't have the technical knowledge to understand the details - and risks. Jeffrey explains that through thought leadership, he is able to convey complex ideas in a language that helps people connect the dots, and puts the material into a context they can clearly understand. Part of his thought leadership includes speaking at conferences and other events. Jeffrey shares why he speaks about topics such as executives who don't understand IT and understanding risk in 3rd party ecosystems, instead of focusing on the services Black Kite offers. By speaking to the issues in an authentic way, he is able to build a relationship and get potential clients thinking of what they need to solve the presented problems, which ultimately leads them back to his services. In addition to speaking, Jeffrey uses LinkedIn to spread his thought leadership message. He discusses his target of posting at least once a day and how he judges the success of each post. He also talks about why it is important to take part in the discussions others are having, offering support and why it's alright to be contrary to the original idea. Three Key Takeaways: * You need to find and embrace your own voice, with its quirks, because that authenticity will draw in an audience. * Thought leadership comes down to being able to say something short and pithy, that makes people lean in and say "I've never thought about that before." * Take what you know and compartmentalize it, so that you can share it in a way that it land with the largest audiences
We're going to talk about ways we can increase revenue, particularly through NFTs, as discussed by today's guest, Mark Savant. Mark has his own podcast titled, NFTs Made Simple. In this episode, Mark reveals some ways to increase revenue, one of which is by investing in what's trending in the market right now, such as, NFTs, blockchain, crypto, and Web3, just to name a few. Mark has many rich and informative episodes that involve interesting people and relevant projects to educate and reach a wide audience, so be sure to check it out.Mark started his career with an insurance agency. For over 10 years, he was left feeling unfulfilled and miserable. That's when he decided to make a change and his After Hours Entrepreneur podcast for small business owners, entrepreneurs, and side hustlers was born. NFTs Made Simple podcast came later. He caught the attention of many people because of the service he was offering, helping them grow their podcast businesses, and he soon introduced his own business, the Mark Savant Media and Podcast Services. Resources & People Mentioned: Mark Zuckerberg, MetaCharlton Haupt, Bad Astro SocietyDavid Gokhshtein, Gokhshtein MediaMetaMaskOpenSeaCoinbase Connect with Mark Savant: Website: email@example.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-savant-ba777145/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksavantmedia/?hl=enPodcast: After Hours EntrepreneurPodcast: NFTs made Simple Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caseystubbs Twitter: https://twitter.com/caseystubbs316 TradingStrategyGuides.com: https://www.tradingstrategyguides.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode of The Tech Trek features Harish Parwani, the VP of Platform Engineering at CarGurus. Host Amir Bormand and Harish discuss the intricacies of shared services and how teams can maximize their productivity. Highlights 00:56 - Harish offers his perspective and experience with shared services. 03:12 - Why do we need shared services? 06:37 - How do shared services impact team structure? 13:02 - Demonstrating the value of shared services to leadership teams. 16:45 - Prepping shared service teams for mergers and acquisitions. 21:04 - What's the “wrong way” of organizing shared services? About: Harish Parwani is VP of Platform Engineering at CarGurus. He is responsible for managing and leading multiple teams responsible for varying aspects of platform engineering. He brings with him almost 20 years of experience in the tech industry focused on DevOps and the previous avatars of DevOps. Harish holds a Master of Science Degree from New York University and is fluent in English, Danish and Hindi. https://www.linkedin.com/in/harishparwani/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)
Profit Cleaners: Grow Your Cleaning Company and Redefine Profit
When it comes to cleaning our homes, most of us want to ensure that everything is spotless and tidy. However, how often do you stop to consider the potential dangers of the cleaning products you use?In today's episode of Profit Cleaners, The Brandons are joined by Kyle Hopkins, owner of Spruce Up Cleaning. After being a flight attendant for 11 years, Kyle started his own cleaning business focusing on only using eco-friendly products to differentiate himself from competitors. In this interview you'll also hear Kyle open up about his struggles with finding reliable employees and marketing the business.Tune in now to take a closer look at Spruce Up Green Clean, Kyle's journey to entrepreneurship, and how the Brandons are helping him take his business to the next level. Highlights:(00:52)Starting Spruce Up Cleaning(02:48)Finding Mentors to Grow the Business(08:08)The Importance of Social Proof and Reviews(11:08)Big Business Goals(18:55)How to Find Potential Candidates and Hiring Employees(20:44)Kyle's Biggest Mistake and Challenges in Growing His Business(25:08The Importance of Simplifying the System to Scale the Business(27:50)Kyle's Goals for 2023Links:For questions, reach out to email@example.comWebsite: Profit CleanersFacebook:Profit Cleaners - FacebookCourse:How to Create a Thriving Cleaning Business in 8 WeeksKyle Hopkins Links:Website: https://spruceupgreenclean.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/SpruceUpGreenClean/about
In this episode of Your Story Medicine, I welcome Samantha Chung, affectionately known as “Simplifying Sam”. She is a mindset and manifestation expert on a mission to help more people wake up and live fully as their authentic self. It is her belief that we experience resistance, pain and suffering when we ignore who we truly are. Her coaching style seeks to uncover and discover who you were before your limiting beliefs, conditions, and fears so that you can step into the most powerful version of yourself and attract anything. Main Topics Discussed: Aligning your work and your passionWhy scarcity is a misunderstanding of where money and wealth come fromTapping into vulnerability as a superpowerReframing mental health as mental fitnessSeeing alignment as a lifelong journey Learn more about Samantha Chung Visit her website: www.simplifyingsam.com Follow her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/simplifying.sam Doors are open to Bud to Blossom, my 5 month mentorship program for radical healers, coaches, and consultants that are ready to share their story medicine, grow their legacy through the art of speaking, and do the work to makes their ancestors proud. Apply here: https://www.yourstorymedicine.com/budtoblossom Wanting to connect with your ancestors? Download my free meditation: https://bit.ly/ancestorinthemaking
Life Coach Business Building Podcast, The Business Building Boutique
From building brand awareness to connecting with your target audience, social media has the power to take your business to new heights. But let's be real - navigating the nitty-gritty details of how exactly to do social media can be overwhelming! In today's episode, I am joined by two of my clients, Gretta Orazen and DeDe Anderson, who both have mastered the art of social media and achieved incredible results for their businesses. Tune in to discover how you too can create a fun and authentic approach to online marketing that helps you achieve your business goals with ease.Welcome to the Life Coach Business Building Podcast! Join me as I teach you simple (organic) strategies to gain more paid clients in your life coaching business. From design, price, and selling your coaching offers, I have it all covered. My goal is to inspire you to take simple, consistent action to grow your coaching business. So, if you're ready to be a well-respected life coach with paid clients, this podcast is for you! Connect with our guests! Gretta Orazen https://www.instagram.com/grettaorazenDeDe Anderson https://www.instagram.com/dedeandersoncoach
Baseline Intelligence with Jonathan Stokke
Craig O'Shannessy is our guest for the 34th episode of Baseline Intelligence. Craig is the leading strategy analyst for the ATP Tour and spent three year as the data analyst for Novak Djokovic. He is the founder of braingametennis.com, an educational website with multiple courses for the avid tennis player. We talk:1:31 Where mistakes are made10:21 How to limit errors in position A13:27 What type of error is "unforced"17:53 What is considered a bad error20:56 Thinking about your opponent22:43 Forcing your opponent into more errors27:26 What pros do exceptionally well29:01 How to win more points on your second serve34:18 Making your first serve on a big point37:06 Simplifying analytics39:07 Weirdest data anomaly40:34 Best advice for the 4.0 player**sound effects by https://www.zapsplat.com
In this episode, farmer Jordan MacPhee talks about simplifying their farm systems to lessen their labor inputs. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Claiming Simplicity - Simple Living, Reduce Expenses, Homesteading, Gardening, Quality Family Time, Slow Living, Minimalism
Happy Monday Friend!! If you have been enjoying learning about living a simpler life on this podcast, please take 30 seconds and leave a rating and review and let me know what you are loving about this podcast because that is how more people can learn about this podcast! Thank you so much!!!!! There are so many benefits to living a simpler life and after living the chaotic life for many years, I can't even imagine going back to that. I never have guilt that I am unable to attend events and activities because now my schedule is flexible and I don't have to miss out on anything and there is just an everyday enjoyment to life because my focus is on the things that matter to me and that I value. I want you to have this pure joy every day as well so here are 6 benefits you will enjoy when you slow down and live with more intention. By simplifying your life, you can eliminate many of the things that cause you stress, such as clutter, excess possessions, and a hectic schedule. This can help you feel calmer and more relaxed. How would you like to reduce some of your stress? Simplifying your life can also free up more time for the things that really matter, such as spending time with loved ones, pursuing hobbies and interests, and spending time doing things you enjoy. Who wouldn't enjoy spending time your way. Living a simpler life often means spending less money on things you don't really need, which can result in significant financial savings over time and I'm sure you are looking to save money right now since groceries and regular expenses keep increasing. When you have fewer distractions in your life, you may find it easier to focus on what's important and make decisions with more clarity and purpose. You may have more time to prepare healthy meals, exercise, and get enough rest when you simplify which will help with overall better health. Living a simpler life often means consuming less and producing less waste, which can have positive environmental impact. Getting started on a simpler life can be a gradual process, but here are some tips to help you begin: Declutter: Start by getting rid of things you no longer need or use. This can help you create more physical space and mental clarity. Donate, sell, or recycle items that are still in good condition and focus on keeping the things that are truely important and meaningful to you. Streamline and Simplify your schedule: Take a look at your daily schedule and see if there are any activities or commitments you can cut back on or eliminate altogether. Prioritize the things that bring you joy and fulfillment, and let go of the rest. Focus on saying "no" to commitments and activities that don't align with your values or goals so you can make sure you are doing things that are important to you. Practice mindfulness and take time to be present and fully engaged in the moment. This can help you appreciate the simple things in life and reduce stress and anxiety. Reduce screen time and digital distractions: Limit your use of technology and social media to help you disconnect. Focus on being present in the moment and engaging with the people and activities around you Practice gratitude: Take time to appreciate and be thankful for the things you have in life. This can help you find contentment and satisfaction with a simpler lifestyle. Explore living with less and finding joy in the simple things in life. Simplifying your life is a process and it won't happen overnight. Start with small steps and be gentle with yourself as you make changes. Over time, you may find that living a simpler life brings greater joy and fulfillment to your daily life. Website: Claimingsimplicity.com Join our Community of Christian Moms -> https://www.facebook.com/groups/claimingsimplicity/ Email -> firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram -> https://www.instagram.com/claimingsimplicity/ xoxo, Monica
Welcome back to the Well Oiled Operations podcast! Today I am sitting down with my friend Kelsey Murphy. Kelsey has a really impressive background, she was a career and business coach for a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Companies like Facebook and Twitter, also working with incredible entrepreneurs such as Kelly LeVeque who works as Jessica Alba's nutritionist! Kelsey works with really amazing people and she is also the host of the Whiskey and Work podcast! Today we talk about: Kelsey's business journey, how she navigates building a minimalist but lucrative business that works in a busy schedule Her coaching techniques and what she teaches her clients about marketing themselves and talking about the results they get for their own clients Tracking metrics and how to adjust when you understand your numbers Preparing for maternity leave as a business owner, what she needed to do in order to take time off without the business suffering How she created boundaries in her business while she was off with her newborn Her goals for 2023 and simplifying her business I love talking with other business owners who are mastering the balance between parent and CEO. It lights me up to hear that busy entrepreneurs are realizing how important it is to get their time freedom back and like Kelsey, are putting those systems in place to allow for time off without their business suffering. This episode is inspiring, I hope you enjoy! Did you love today's episode? 1. Take a screenshot and share it to your IG stories. Tag me @stacytuschl! 2. Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! _______________ Ways to work with Stacy: 1. Snag our most talked about System - How to Hire an A-Player Assistant in 14 Days Or Less Here. http://www.aplayerassistant.com 2. To learn more about Well-Oiled Operations click here.
Do you resist slowing down? In this solo episode, Lindsey shares how slowing down has opened her heart and is the key to unlocking so much happiness, creativity, connectivity and more. While she still faces waves of feeling like she is falling behind, she has learned to fully receive the flow state that comes when you slow down your day-to-day and live more intentionally. Lindsey offers tangible steps so you too can practice more mindfulness and not just check a box for the sake of it. She gets real about her relationship with social media and how important it is to lessen the noise, so you can connect with your true self. Remember, slowing down is your birthright. We also talk about: Defining productivity Keeping your heart open Why are you afraid to slow down? The impact of social media Commit to connecting with your true self Eating food intentionally Simplifying your morning routine Slowing down your workouts Getting in nature daily Resources: Instagram: @lindseysimcik Sponsors: Vive | Visit viveorganic.com and use code ALMOST30 at checkout for 15% off your first product. Osea | Get 10% off your first order sitewide with code ALMOST30 at OSEAMalibu.com. LMNT | Get 8 single serving packets FREE with any LMNT order at DrinkLMNT.com/ALMOST30. Sakara | Sakara is offering our listeners 20% off their first order when they go to sakara.com/almost30 or enter code ALMOST30 at checkout. MUDWTR | Go to mudwtr.com/a30 to support the show and use code A30 for 15% off. To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to email@example.com or visit https://www.advertisecast.com/Almost30. Learn More: almost30.com/learn almost30.com/morningmicrodose almost30.com/courses Join Our Community: almost30.com/membership facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: almost30.com/disclaimer. Find more to love at almost30.com! Almost 30 is edited by Marielle Marlys.