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On this fresh episode we hang out with BalorMage alongside the Youtube Content Giant mbXtreme the "Cold DoT Guy" ShakCentral! We're talking all about the Scourge Reveal and the new Passive Tree and Skills and Teasers and much more! Fated Connections is live with facecams and gameplay footage for a 90-120min (sometimes more) episode EVERY OTHER Saturday on twitch.tv/catmasterOP and afterwards on youtube.com/catmasterOP and most Podcast platforms!(fatedconnections.buzzsprout.com)Support the featured creators by subscribing to their Twitch streams, joining their Youtube Channels or pledging to their Patreon! Thank you for your support! Thank you for your support! Guests:mbXtreme ↴https://www.twitch.tv/mbxtremehttps://www.youtube.com/mbxtremehttps://twitter.com/mbxtreme ShakCentral ↴https://www.twitch.tv/shakcentral https://www.youtube.com/ShakCentralhttps://twitter.com/ShakCentralBalorMage ↴http://twitch.tv/BalorMagehttp://youtube.com/BalorMagehttp://twitter.com/BalorMageHost: Find CatmasterOP ↴http://twitch.tv/catmasterOPhttp://youtube.com/catmasterOPhttp://twitter.com/catmasterOPDISCLAIMER: All of the participants' opinions are their own. We are not affiliated with or sponsored by Grinding Gear Games in any way but we love these developers and their game and we love talking about it!
Hey guys Charlotte and I today are talking about the importance of developing intuitive feedback skills and the need to base your training intensities off of an intuitive path using simplicity. These are the most important things you can grasp, understand and implement for your endurance training. That is no hyperbole. This is based on facts of many years. This show is also bought to you by Athletic Greens our all-in-one nutritional insurance drink. Athletic Greens covers our bases with vitamins, minerals, and whole-food-sourced micronutrients that support gut health, energy, and the immune system. With added pre-and probiotics, digestive enzymes, adaptogens, and more, Athletic Greens is one of the most comprehensive formulas on the market. Athletic Greens now has an exclusive offer for our listeners—get added immune system support today (also excellent for travel) with a FREE 1-Year Supply of Liquid Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs with your subscription purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/endurance specific to get your deal and have your nutritional bases covered each day/ Thats athleticgreens.com/endurancespecific And of course, this is also bought to you by us. You can learn more about our coaching and plans and plans over at endurancespecific.com I mentioned in last week's email that charlotte and I have something coming that will give you access to all the things you need on your endurance training and racing journeys no matter where you are or what events you are focusing on. Our goals and our commitments are to help you create your best times. That not only means being faster but getting more enjoyment. Because it doesn't matter how long it takes. Yes, it feels great when you get 'there' but as cliche, as it is, the journey is why we do it. This will be a great deal for those that come in early. Stay tuned.
In this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome Presbyterian head coach Quinton Ferrell. Topics of discussion include: A veteran roster that includes five starters and 11 letter winners Big South Freshman of the Year Rayshon Harrison's presence Skills that make Trevon Reddish a solid overall player The difference Winston Hill will make in the paint ... and much more! About the Hosts: Blake Lovell has over 14 years of experience in sports media. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Rivals, Scout.com, Time Warner Cable, and many more. He covers national college basketball for College Hoops Watch and is the founder of SoutheastHoops.com. He's also a member of the USBWA. You can follow him on Twitter @theblakelovell. Ken Cross has a plethora of experience over 23 years in both print and broadcast journalism. He has worked in some capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio and many more. This includes coverage of college football, college basketball, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, and the Tampa Bay Lightning. His print and internet experiences include a college basketball writer and internet writer for Lindy's Sports Annuals and www.lindyssports.com, Streamline Media, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Field Level Media, and Rivals.com. He's the founder and editor of collegehoopswatch.com. You can follow him on Twitter @KennyBuckets333.
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TUNE IN TO LEARN:How to stop sleeping through the unproductive afternoons using food the right way. SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION HERE - https://form.typeform.com/to/tKPDKsegProduced by Angela Shurina,CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST, COACHI help you look and feel amazing at any age! Skills and Habits VS Diets.IG: @1000yearyoungGET MY FREE 10-DAY EMAIL HEALTH COURSE. THE FOUNDATION SERIES. JOIN TEAM LEAN!
Chester Santos, also known as the International Man of Memory, is the world's leading memory skills expert. He uses his skills to teach memory techniques to people all over the world in a range of different industries - because anyone is capable of doing amazing things with their mind! Now, he's here to give a lesson to One Big Tip listeners and explain how memory skills can be a major key to success in your business.You may not think of memory skills as a top priority when it comes to business, but Chester says sharpening your mind is one of the best ways you can move forward as an entrepreneur - and even charge more money. That's because when you have a strong memory, you're more impressive, more confident, and better able to demonstrate your expertise.In this episode, Chester tells us all about the importance of memory and even walks us through a technique that listeners can try at home to sharpen their own brains! You'll learn how to use memorization to position yourself as an expert in any scenario - no matter what industry you work in - and you'll be well on your way to impressing potential partners and clients! In this episode[1:24] How do you find yourself as a memory skills expert? Chester explains his background in the field. [3:15] Wondering what industry memory skills work best with and who is able to sharpen their own? Chester says anyone in any industry is able![7:30] Chester leads me through a memory exercise that listeners can try along at home. [12:42] Chester explains that the key is attaching a story and visualization to the points you need to memorize. [15:50] We discuss how memory skills are helpful in business. In short, sharp memory positions you as an expert in your field, which allows you to make bigger bucks!Support the show (https://jeffmendelson.com/onebigtip)
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom is joined by Daniel Pianko and Nasir Qadree. Daniel is the co-founder and managing director of Achieve Partners, an investment fund harnessing digital transformation to build new models for learning and new pathways to good jobs. He also hosts the Better Money, Better World podcast. Nasir Qadree is the Founder and Managing Partner at Zeal Capital Partners, an inclusive investment vehicle partnering with entrepreneurs to bridge America's Wealth and Skills gaps. Before Zeal, Nasir led AT&T social impact fund and before that was head of education at Village Capital, an early impact seed fund. Let's listen in as they discuss investment in learning, why it's more important than ever and how investments are shifting towards social, as well as financial impacts.
In der Podcast-Folge #35 von Klartext HR spreche ich mit Matilda von Gierke über “Warum sich Recruiting auch ohne Corona massiv verändert“. Die Pandemie nähert sich ihrem Ende und viele Unternehmen schalten wieder fleißig Stellenanzeigen. Matilda stellt jedoch den Aufbau einer klassischen Stellenausschreibung in Frage erklärt, warum IT-Experten den Teil Qualifikationsanforderung in Anzeigen überhaupt nicht lesen und wieso ein fokussiertes „Hire for Attitude, Train for Skills“ nicht funktioniert. Matilda von Gierke ist Gründerin und Geschäftsführerin der ZALVUS GmbH und war in ihrem „früheren Leben“ im HR-Advisory, der Inhouse-Beratung & im traditionellen Headhunting tätig. Heute hat ihre 2015 gegründete, cashflow-finanzierte Personalberatung Zalvus etwa 50 Mitarbeiter und zählt die Hälfte der DAX-Konzerne, mehr als 350 Unternehmen aus dem Mittelstand sowie zahlreiche Marktführer aus ganz Europa zu ihrem Kundenstamm. Matilda von Gierke wurde als „IT Woman of the Year” und mit dem „Emotion Award“ ausgezeichnet und teilt ihr Wissen über innovative Geschäftsmodelle, New Work und datengetriebenes Recruiting erfolgreich auf internationalen Bühnen. Ein spannender Talk als 15-Minuten-Impuls. Klartext HR - Informieren. Inspirieren. Lernen. Viel Spaß damit! www.klartext-hr.de
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Glain Roberts-McCabe is the President and founder of Toronto-based THE ROUNDTABLE – a place where leaders can cultivate their leadership skills. Through their innovative and multi-award Roundtable Peer-to-Peer Coaching programs and their “leaders teaching leaders” community, The Roundtable is reimagining the traditional consulting firm model. Prior to launching The Roundtable in 2007, Glain was the Managing Partner of one of Canada's most respected mid-sized consulting firms specializing in the area of leadership development.
TUNE IN TO LEARN:4 best protein foods for your brain and how your brain keeps me in the best shape of my life!Listen, do the groceries, cook, eat - let your genius shine through! SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION HERE - https://form.typeform.com/to/tKPDKsegProduced by Angela Shurina,CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST, COACHI help you look and feel amazing at any age! Skills and Habits VS Diets.IG: @1000yearyoungGET MY FREE 10-DAY EMAIL HEALTH COURSE. THE FOUNDATION SERIES. JOIN TEAM LEAN!
Based on our work with leaders in sports, business, and life, we have found that there are certain characteristics that the best leaders demonstrate in order to be effective and impactful. You can learn from them and focus on developing these skills to become a better leader in any aspect of life. In today's podcast episode of The Coach's Corner I explain the top 5 based on our research and experience in coaching leaders. Show Notes Top 5 Skills of the Best Leaders: Vulnerability Empathy Competence Discernment Encouragement New Episodes of the Monday Morning Moments Podcast are released every Monday on your favorite podcast platforms as well as on YouTube. We also release The Coach's Corner segment on Thursdays. You can subscribe below and never miss a new episode. JOIN NOW!
Improve Your Collaborative Skills By Knowing Who You Are This episode is brought to you by Brain.fm. I love and use brain.fm every day! It combines music and neuroscience to help me focus, meditate, and even sleep! Because you listen to this show, you can get a free trial.* URL: https://brain.fm/innovativemindset If you love it as much as I do, you can get 20% off with this exclusive coupon code: innovativemindset It's also brought to you by Gloria Chou's PR Starter Pack. If you want to get featured in the media, this is your best first step. I've used these techniques to get featured in magazines, newspapers, and podcasts. They work! https://izoldat.krtra.com/t/so6Aw0yCuva4 Your gift! The Idea Document. Head over to it, make a copy of it, and keep track of your ideas! Episode Transcript Hey there and welcome to the innovative mindset podcast. My name is Izolda Trakhtenberg and I'm thrilled to welcome you to collaboration Thursday. So let's talk about collaboration. What does it mean in the simplest terms? Of course it means working together as a unified team to achieve a goal. Right? So you work with other people in order to achieve the thing you're trying to achieve. When you have a lots of personalities, that can be a challenge. So you need good communication skills, uh, for sure, to be able to collaborate well and effectively, but you also need to know who the people are, what their skill sets are, and also who they are, how they operate innately. And. There are these personality traits that I've been thinking about a lot. And there are other people who talk about them too. There are lots of tests that you can take, you know, you can, you can do the Myers-Briggs or, or discuss or whatever. All of those things are absolutely valid. Uh, I think, and yet to me, they break down into some very basic form. Uh, I mentioned this yesterday in the compassion Wednesday episode, but I want to go a little bit deeper into it. A specialist. What is the specialist? A specialist to someone who is great at the one thing, right? Albert Einstein, Mozart, they were specialists. They were amazing at the one thing they were great at and maybe not so great at other things like, uh, paying the bills or. I don't know, picking up after themselves, I guess. I'm not sure what, I'm not sure that, uh, I don't know exactly what kind of housekeeper boats art was, but I imagine he was so full of the one thing he was great at, which was music that he let everything else sort of float away. So that's what a specialist is the opposite of that, or along the continuum of that is the generalist. And the generalist is someone who may not be grand at any one thing, but they're really very good at a whole bunch of things. And that person is able to see assess, evaluate. Different, uh, ideas, notions factors, components of things, and then see a way to make them work together. So you can have the specialist. Who's great at the one thing, but maybe not great at other things. And the, the generalist who isn't great at the one thing, but is really good at lots of other things or lots of things I should say. Then you have the visionary versus the implementer. This is sort of the grid that I've developed and the visionary is. The person who can see the whole lay of the land, right? They can, they have the idea, they can see all of the different parts, but they may not be the person who can implement it to make it actually go right. So they can envision the engine, but they may not be the person who builds the engine. That job falls to the implementer, the implementers, the person who's got the skills to actually make it happen. Right. And if they don't have the skills to make it happen, then they know how to form a team. Of people who will have the skills to make it happen. Right. I know it sounds kind of confusing, but we need all of these kinds of people on projects in order to make them go. You need the visionary, you need your Elon Musk, right? He's the visionary, he's the one who's going to be out there with, with the huge ideas. The Steve jobs is another one. But you also need the implementer. You need the person, the Tim cook, let's go with apple. The Tim cook is the one who's gonna be the implementer. He, he may not have the vision, uh, of huge revolutionary change for apple, but he certainly knows how to implement the things that that need to be done in order to keep apple being one of the biggest companies on the planet. And he also knows how to build a team of people that will, uh, that will help him do all of that. As I said, specialists or people like, uh, Mozart and Weinstein. One of the things that I think a generalist does is they're able to do a lot of different things. And when I think of a generalist, I think of. Oprah is one of those people who she's got a lot going on. Right. She can write the story. She can act, she can produce, she can direct. She can do just about anything. She's a journalist she's she has many, many, many different skills. And I'm not saying she's not great at them, but she's not known for the one thing that she knows how to do. She's got. That she can draw on. And that is really important because when she needs any one of those strengths, they're there and she knows herself well enough to know that if she's not the person with the, the unique, uh, special. Skills she'll find that person and she will have them do the work. That's one of the gifts of the generalist is that, you know, when you're not great at something and it may be frustrating, but if you collaborate with those who are specialists, if you find them. Communicate to them, what you need from them. Then the specialists will be able to do the thing they're great at so that the generalist doesn't have to be the person who actually does it and all together, those four can work in, in that collaborative. To create the project that needs to be created in order for things to work. I'm going to delve much more into this in the coming weeks and months, because I think it's really important for us to think about who we are and I'm in the middle of developing a, an assessment so that you can figure out. Am I a specialist or am I a generalist? Am I a visionary? Or am I an implementer? And once you know that it'll be a lot easier to know what role you will best play in any kind of collaborative or project situation, but you need to know what that is. And I'm going to have that available, hopefully within the next few weeks, maybe by the beginning of November, so that you'll be able to take a, an assessment and figure it out for. It won't be long, but it will be illuminating. I am sure because it will give you in some ways, permission. To play to your strengths because there are times when we don't do that, we go, oh, but I want to be great at the one thing. And maybe we're not. And we have to be okay with that because if you're a generalist trying to live the life or the, do the work of the specialist, you're going to be knocking your head against the wall a lot. And in many ways, vice versa. So at some point it becomes better, more optimal, and we'll give you a better outcome if you. No, who you are, know your skills, know your strengths, and then find the people who will compliment what, you know, how to. In a way that will be substantive and will help you get the job done without you needing to get a bruise on your forehead. From, as I said, knocking your head against the wall. I hope you enjoyed today's episode. This is his older Trakhtenberg. I'm reminding you. If you are enjoying this podcast, this new, shorter formed, uh, Tuesday through Friday. Please, please please rate and review it. Tell a friend, these are short and sweet episodes are pretty much never going to be longer than about 10 or 12 minutes. I just want the Tuesday through Friday to be something that is actionable in the four CS that creativity and compassion and curiosity and collaborations. And of course Fridays are mindful Fridays, so we're doing everything. And then the long form, of course, the long form Monday morning shows that are the interview shows are going to be a continuing they're not going anywhere. Having said interview shows. I do have one more long-form me episode this coming Monday. So I hope that you will stay tuned for that. It's all about how slowing down can make you faster until next time till tomorrow. This is Izolda. Trakhtenberg reminding you to listen, learn, laugh, and love a whole lot. * I am a Brain.fm affiliate. If you purchase it through the above links and take the 20% off, I'll get a small commission. I'm also a PR Starter Pack Affiliate. I use Gloria's methods to get featured in the media often. And please remember, I'll never recommend a product or service I don't absolutely love!
Today we have special guest Danilo Pozo, the Vice President of Customer Experience for Latin America at Cisco, to discuss lifecycle management and making the best of your customer experience. Your company will go through a culture shift and you have to be able to adapt in order to keep up with your customers' needs. The developing world provides many opportunities for companies to branch out and find better, more diverse talent that's also more economic. Lifecycle management 3:41The culture shift 5:37Bring your customer into one place 9:40How it can be different in less developed regions 11:34Advice and lessons learned for newer companies 13:37“Another thing that I think is really interesting about now is talent, right? There is so much talent around the world that you don't have to be in one place now. You can gather talent from different places in the world for one common factor and that would allow emerging markets to be more attractive to main companies, and we're trying to see that, how you get the best talent from different places in the world for one company.” 12:47https://www.linkedin.com/in/danilo-pozo-vp-cx-cisco/
Jamie Munro is a Lacrosse coach who has found a fascinating way to coach his sport through film. His method is to use free play as the basis for learning and to then use reflection through watching the film of these sessions with athletes to observe what might be useful as a tool for learning. Jamie is a free play evangelist but as he say's this doesn't remove the place for the coach, in fact the coach is really important in free play....just important in a different way...."the Free Play model doesn't remove good coaching from the development equation. Good coaches have tremendous value as mentors, as teachers, and as tacticians, but coaches can't teach "Feel". Only the game can teach "Feel" and the "Feel" is the whole key!"Jamie has a podcast too so we decided to have an exchange of ideas and to post the outcome on our respective shows...You can find out more about Jamie and his approach here... https://www.jm3sports.com
“What I introduce [my students] to are the kinds of skills that allow them to navigate ambiguity.” If that seems like urgently-needed capability you or your team to have you're in luck, as you're about to find out a whole lot more about why you'd need such a thing… and why you won't find it, alas, in to-day's conventional curriculum (including corporate L&D). In the first full episode of our new Red-Thread podcast—our deep dive into what we're calling capitalism's focus on ‘The Skills Obsession'—we meet passionate educator, innovator and bestselling author Lisa Kay Solomon. Designer in Resi-dence at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (‘the d.school') at Stanford University, Lisa presents in her dialog with Stacia, Dani and Chris something of a masterclass in what thinking about the future actually needs to consist of—and how that feeds into her conviction that, “learning is the currency of possibility.”
In this episode of Outcomes Rocket Nursing, we are excited to host an innovative nursing leader who is changing the future of nursing and healthcare. Kathy Driscoll is the Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of Humana. Kathy discusses Humana's focus on delivering collaborative and holistic care and shares several examples of how her company gives nurses a platform to learn and expand their skillset. She talks about evolving from the traditional healthcare model and moving towards patient-directed and patient-centered care. She encourages nurses to step up and lead the transformation of healthcare. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Content is at the heart of modern marketing mastership - and it's very hard to continuously create great content without the help of others. And if you're able to persuade some of the leaders in your industry that it's worthwhile granting you some of their time, you'd better make sure that you make the most of it - you'd better make sure that you know how to interview. That's what we're going to be learning on episode 266 of Digital Marketing Radio - with a man who created the entire category of entrepreneur interview podcasts. Since 2008 he's interviewed 2144 founders of key technology startups. He's the Founder of Mixergy and the author of the soon-to-be published “Stop Asking Questions: How to Lead High-Impact Interviews and Learn Anything from Anyone” - welcome to DMR, Andrew Warner.
To tide you over until our next regularly scheduled podcast, please accept our bad recreation of the epic rap from the WTR episode "Division Street." We apologize in advance! ALSO AVAILABLE ON SOUNDCLOUDLYRICS:I'm a backboard breakerI'm a 360 SpinnerI'm a slam dunk daddyIn a word, I'm a winnerYou know I got skillsgot the game that thrillsGonna make a million dollarsRun up a lot of billsI know how to jumpI know how to skipWhen I show up to playYou best-a give me no lipCouldn't hear this lineCuz Walker n' Boomer be talkin'Savin' kids livesThough pizza hawkin'You know I got the skillsYou know I got the skillsGot the skillsI'm an no-look passerI'm a top of the list manCheck out my statsI'm the king of assists manI can run I can reboundI can play all kind DThere's no I in teamThe team is in meI'm cutting to my leftI'm goin to my rightI got the biscuit in the bucketI go 50 a nightAnytime I want itI can get a triple doubleIf you try to guard meYou're gonna have a world of troubleYou know I got the skillsYou know I got the skillsGot the skillsI'm bringing down the hammerWhen I start to “D” you upIf I see an open laneNo ones going for the cupGot the sweet false hoperGot the baseline JumperWhen I crash the boardsI'm a flat out thumperI'm chatting up the zebraSo I can get a callWhen it's winning time - I saybrother give me the ballYou wanna see some movesYou know I got emWhen I'm puttin' up a JIt's hitting nothing but the bottomYou know I got the skillsYou know I got the skillsGot the skillsCREDITS:Adam Dalton - Vocals, Bass & KeyboardsBrendan "Bob" Leahy - Background Vocals & SkillzNathan Yarborough - Guitar & BeatsSee complete episode stats (# of fights, explosions, vehicle chases, roundhouse kicks & more) at roundhouseroulette.com.Share your opinions with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or by emailing us at email@example.com.If you'd like to support the show, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. To further support our shenanigans, check out our fresh Merch or our ever evolving Patreon mayhem. Most importantly, thanks for hanging with us!
The Skill: Being able to develop and articulate your ideas. This week, we're diving into Season 1 Episode 3 of Let's Talk About Skills Baby. In this episode, Kelly speaks with Elizabeth Leiba, Director of Instructional Design and Innovation at City College in Florida, and Cohost of The EdUp Experience Podcast. They discuss the types of skills Elizabeth feels students should work on strengthening most during their higher education experience, and that while the practical application of these skills in the workplace often looks very different from their application in academia, they are actually highly relevant. Key Takeaway: Being able to articulate your ideas, and write and speak in a way that explains them clearly to others is really the currency in the workplace. Learn more at skillsbaby.com/gotskills Got Skills is produced by Growth Network Podcasts
You've got the technicals skills, but how do you explain them to someone? Knowing how to communicate about technology to different audiences is a crucial part of cybersecurity career development. Listen to Chief Cybrary Mentor, Mark Nibert, share his advice on how to tackle your public speaking fears, know when that email should be a meeting, and ask the right questions as you expand your network. Don't forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Check out Cybrary Now!!! ~Cybrary Connect with Mark! ~ Mark Nibert's Linkedin Mark's Reading List ~"The Ghost in the Wires" by Kevin Mitnick and William L. Simon ~"Talk Like TED" by Carmine Gallo ~"Executive Presence" by Sylvia Ann Hewlett Follow Thor on Twitter! ~@thorin_around Follow Cybrary on Social!! ~Twitter ~Instagram ~FaceBook ~YouTube ~LinkedIn
Danny talks with Bruce Buffer, the voice of the UFC, about where he grew up as a kid, his late father Mr. Joe Buffer (RIP), how he met his brother - legendary boxing ring announcer - Michael Buffer, how he became Michael's manager, Mr. Joe Buffer's New York Times Best Selling Book “Skull”, the vital role Bruce's parents played in his success as a professional and most importantly a human being, Bruce's learning experiences that he used to better himself into the success he is today, B.S.C. (Balls, Skills, Confidence), Bruce's top of the line products including his ‘Puncher's Chance' Whiskey and his ‘It's Time!' Energy Drink, how Bruce earned the UFC Announcer gig full time through an episode of ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S.', Bruce's mental approach before entering the octagon to perform, the good and the bad that Bruce has taken away from all the fighters he's worked with and admired the most, the fights/fighters that Bruce recommends a fight fan or fighter goes back and watches to learn and to be inspired. A special thank you to Kristen Greulach for setting up the interview. We are grateful to call you a friend. Punch in the promo code: alternatetake at SmoothMyBalls.com and earn 15% off! http://smoothmyballs.com/alternatetake & follow us on Instagram @alternatetakedr for updates on all of our new episodes and silly things we do. https://www.instagram.com/alternatetakedr/ https://twitter.com/brucebuffer?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://www.instagram.com/brucebufferufc/?hl=en https://linktr.ee/brucebuffer http://brucebuffer.com https://puncherschancebourbon.com https://www.instagram.com/puncherschancebourbon/ https://itstimeenergy.com https://www.instagram.com/itstimeenergy/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/its-time-w-bruce-buffer/id971951176 https://www.amazon.com/Bruce-Buffer/e/B00BFW2ORY%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share https://www.amazon.com/Skull-Joe-Buffer/dp/B000F5EPHE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alternatetake/support
Dr. Lisa Lewis returns to talk about her work teaching psychology skills to fitness professionals. Lisa talks about what she has in store with her courses and upcoming in-person presentations, as the world opens back up to in-person education. Lisa shares some helpful books and a process to help decide if books and resources are credible. Lisa shares some of her perspective and value as an aligned professional but as an "outsider" to traditional fitness coaching. We discuss just how much of your education should be directed to better understanding of psychology and coaching, and we dive into the importance of self care for people in our industry. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefitnessdevil/support
In many places, tree squirrels are extra busy these days. It's time for them to collect nuts to prepare for winter! So we're heading to a squirrel-themed adventure course and practicing a few of the skills they use to survive: gathering nuts, traveling in trees, and speaking like a squirrel. We'll also learn about how squirrels evolved, and hear about some of their surprising relatives. Plus, a mystery sound and a moment of um: what chemical in apples mixes with oxygen to turn brown? You can support the show at brainson.org/donate or check out our merch (including the Brains On book) at brainson.org/shop
Success leaves clues. We often hear about the skills that are needed for success. We know that there are things like being able to motivate yourself and others, have good people skills, and be able to work under pressure. However, not everyone has these qualities naturally. In this podcast I discuss some of the most important skills that will help you reach your goals in life and how to cultivate them
In this episode of the Premier Skills English Podcast, Jack's sister has a daughter who is approaching her 13th birthday. She's going to be getting her first smartphone and so Jack ask Rowan for some advice about how to protect her. The language focus is on vocabulary related to social media and the digital literacy focus is on understanding how to use social media to get the best information and content. Visit the podcast page on Premier Skills English to read the transcript, complete some practice activities and the task and join in the discussion at Premier Skills English > Skills > Listen > Podcasts > Digital Literacy - A Good Influence
Dr. Alauna is a Trauma Psychiatrist, Educator, and Empathy Expert with the mission to educate every person on how to break the cycle of psychological trauma. Dr. Alauna is the founder and CEO of the Dr. Alauna Trauma Recovery Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating psychological trauma worldwide. Dr. Alauna is an expert in brain functioning and how the Amygdala controls our emotions. In this interview, you will learn: – What psychological trauma is and how it affects our brain and emotions – How passed down beliefs are causing trauma in the black community – That it's not your fault, it's your brain's fault! Our brain is the culprit for many challenges and mental health issues we face – How to answer the question….”You good?” CONNECT WITH DR. ALAUNA: firstname.lastname@example.org www.dralauna.com www.instagram.com/dralauna www.linkedin.com/in/dralauna This interview series is sponsored by a new movement, called Black People Forward, whose mission is to help people process the pain and trauma many in the black community have experienced and help us gain #momentum to move forward in the areas of health and wealth. www.blackpeopleforward.com Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/dr-alauna-on-how-to-heal-from-psychological-trauma-skills-over-pills
Episode 92: Time vs Money vs Skills. In this episode Scott & Renee interview RE/MAX Realty Consultants Owner and a Director of Agent Development Mark Mann. Mark shares some amazing differences between the resources that are available. He shares how at any given time we are on a spectrum and you may have more time than money. Or, you may have more money than skills. Or maybe more skills than time. How can you take full advantage no matter where you are on this spectrum?
TUNE IN TO LEARN:What helped Jon to lose 100lbs and keep them off;How Jon got to add 100 pounds in the first place - was he just lazy?Main reasons why so many of us gain weight;Coaching Toolbox: identity and values, emotional awareness, systems VS willpower...;How Jon cooks healthy meals under 2 minutes;How we nutrition coaches make each meal a balanced meal that's exciting and tasty!When coach Jon recommends to eat desserts;Jon's personal non-caloric eating rules he sticks with for weight management for life;And so much more!!!BIO:Coach Jon is a weight loss coach and emotional eating expert who has lost 100lbs. From nanotechnology researcher, to Navy marine engineer, to globetrotting nomad, Coach Jon spent most of his life running from his true calling, until one question changed his life. Now he's on a mission to help others lose weight for good and leave BS diets in the rearview mirror.With Freedom Nutrition Coaching he marries the Science of Metabolism with the Psychology of Behavior Change and the Compassion of Human Connection to create life-changing transformations with his clients.Links for show notes:Website: www.freedomnutritioncoach.comYouTube: https://nofndiets.rocks/YouTube Crush Your Cravings ebook: https://nofndiets.rocks/crush-your-cravingsWellness Unplugged Podcast: https://nofndiets.rocks/Wellness-Unplugged-PodcastProduced by Angela Shurina,CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST, COACHNutrition for High Performance, Skills and Habits VS Diets.IG: @1000yearyoungGET MY FREE 10-DAY EMAIL HEALTH COURSE. THE FOUNDATION SERIES. JOIN TEAM LEAN!
With so many people looking to enter the mortgage industry, D.O. and JC thought it appropriate to discuss the skills they deem necessary to properly assist homebuyers looking to attain home loans. These skills will ultimately dictate your level of success as a loan originator. ___________ DISCOVER us on TikTok WATCH us on YouTube! LIKE us on Facebook! FOLLOW us on Instagram! CONNECT with us on LinkedIn! __________ @TheLoanOfficerPodcast
Kent Lloyd talks with Matthew Guffey, the owner and athlete coach of Victory High Performance. Together they chat about how to inspire people to change, how to find the flaw in your sales flow, how Matthew's hockey career survived COVID-19, and more.You can find links to Matthew's website and other places to reach him below. If you're interested in learning more about Harmon Brothers, you can grab a copy of our book here.Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share. Episodes published every Tuesday at 6 am EST. We'll see you on the next one.Find Matthew here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewguffey/ (LinkedIn)VictoryHighPerformance.com. (Website)https://www.instagram.com/matthewdmguffey/?hl=en (Instagram)
The biggest concern for most companies right now is the need to attract and retain workers. But the biggest reason people leave their jobs is that they don't feel valued at work. Compensation and benefits are part of the equation, but just as important is the desire to believe that they are making a difference. In this episode Andrea shares two special offerings designed with our listeners and clients in mind. 1. (Insights Paper) THE EMPOWERED WORKFORCE: A Proven Engagement Framework for a New Cultural Reality You can download it here. 2. (Article interview on the Future of Work for Authority Magazine & Thrive Global) Andrea Wenburg Of ‘Voice Of Influence': “Hiring for Skills and Character” Andrea's video summary of the 5 trends to watch in the future of work: https://youtu.be/TDEC_h0fIi4
What are the first three steps to becoming money savvy? What are the stories you have around money and wealth? How are boundaries integral... The post Money Skills for Therapists with Linzy Bonham | POP 619 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
My guest today is a perfect example of this. Liz Wiltsie is the founder of the Future Proof Skills Lab and the host of Sustainably Human At Work. She's a trauma-informed, abolitionist skill builder on a quest to support small business owners to create more intentional, imaginative, and connected workplaces. Liz and I talk through the values her business is built on, as well as the movements her business uses as the focal point of her work. Plus, she sheds some light on how both our needs and our values end up manifesting in different ways, as well as how that applies to the workplace. Now, let's find out what works for Liz Wiltsie. The post EP 358: Imagining New Ways To Work With Future Proof Skills Lab Founder Liz Wiltsie appeared first on What Works.
Parenthood can be really tough. There's so much to think about like house chores, taking care of our kids, keeping our cool, and even managing our careers. It's a LOT. And when we are bombarded with so much stress and fatigue juggling all of these responsibilities (especially after the last 18 months!), we may start to really feel like we are failing, not doing any one thing well, and have this lingering feeling of dissatisfaction. I know I've been there at various points in my parenting journey, and this past year has brought this on for so many of us and I really want to support you in this, especially as the holiday season approaches (yes, you read that right! It's coming faster than we think!). And so, for this week's episode, I have invited a colleague who is the host of the Mom Training Podcast, Diana Ballard. She is passionate about helping women balance their responsibilities, find fulfillment, and thrive as moms. Now, this episode may be addressed to moms but this can help dads, too! Diana will guide us in creating your own experience according to what works for you so that you can feel fulfillment in your parenthood. REMINDER: Don't forget that your chance to learn LIVE with me ALL ABOUT SIBLINGS is coming up quick! Head here for all the details: www.laurafroyen.com/sibling To get more support in your parenting journey, follow Diana on social media, Facebook: www.facebook.com/Dianaballardlive Instagram: www.instagram.com/dianaballardlive YouTube: Mom Training Channel or join her Facebook community Dancing Through Motherhood and visit her website www.dianaballard.comFind show notes for this episode here: www.laurafroyen.com/podcast
In this episode, Molly and Peter discuss your questions. Thanks for submitting your questions - please keep them coming via DM on Instagram, Twitter or via the contact at ConsummateAthlete.com. Training while being a coach, track cycling training without access to a track and what to do if you miss your long run or ride ahead of a big race/event. SUPPORT THE SHOW: Use the link https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl to shop amazon and support the show for free! Get a 100% Made for you Training Plan: https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Book a Call or Skills session - https://calendly.com/smartathlete Get one of Molly Hurford's Books - Shred Girls, Fuel Your Ride, Sponsorship Guide for Athletes, or Becoming a Consummate Athlete Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Listen on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3eK9nI1Rmr7o9WvUcwCR2b Listen on Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/consummate-athlete-podcast/id1100471297
Boris Johnson is on holiday again, so that means, as we all know, there are several crisis going on at once. Pigs are on fire even though gas for that sort of thing is too expensive and David Frost is having a tantrum about his former self signing things. Plus a chat with Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) about all the party conferences, which are the exact opposite of his new book. BUY JONN'S NEW BOOK 'The Compendium Of (Not Quite) Everything' HERE: https://www.hachette.co.uk/titles/jonn-elledge/the-compendium-of-not-quite-everything/9781472276483/LISTEN TO JONN'S PODCAST HERE: https://www.podfollow.com/1585027786SIGN UP TO JONN'S SUBSTACK HERE: https://jonn.substack.com/BRITISH BOXERS – GET 15% OFF WITH THE CODE ON THE PODCAST: https://british-boxers.com/Donate to the Patreon at www.patreon.com/parpolbroBuy me a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/parpolbroOR FIND THE ACAST SUPPORTER BUTTON WHEREVER IT ISREVIEW THE PODCAST AT: https://lovethepodcast.com/parpolbroUSUAL PODCAST BLABBERY:LOOK AT TIERNAN'S FANCY NEW WEBSITE AND SIGN UP TO THE MAILING LIST: www.tiernandouieb.co.uk/Follow us on Twitter @parpolbro, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ParPolBro/ and the fancy webpage at http://www.partlypoliticalbroadcast.co.ukMusic by The Last Skeptik (@thelastskeptik) – https://www.thelastskeptik.com/ – Subscribe to his podcast Thanks For Trying here.SIGN UP TO NEXT UP COMEDY AT: www.nextupcomedy.com/tiernanisgreatSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/partlypoliticalbroadcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Laura Brown, early intervention speech-language pathologist, joins Lacy in a conversation about early communication. Laura lists skills that we see in children before they begin talking. She discusses the importance of modeling and using gestures to help develop communication skills in little ones. Laura and Lacy discuss why introducing sign language as a means of communication is always a good idea and how signs and gestures can be used for a lifetime to communicate. Lastly, Laura identifies common mistakes parents make that may not encourage their child's communication development as much as they had hoped. Laura and Lacy's conversation is filled with good information for parents and families of young children to better understand all that must be mastered before first words emerge as well as how best to support preverbal skill development. For professionals, this conversation will deepen your knowledge and give you great talking points when discussing early communication development with the families you serve. Be sure to follow Laura's business, Mommy & Me Milestones, on Facebook and Instagram and visit her website for more information about all that she has to offer including her First 50 Words Course: https://www.mommyandmemilestones.com
Within any given discipline, we all have a circle of skills. In order to grow the circle of skills, we need to do things that are just outside the circle and once we master a new skill, that circle grows. The key to safely growing the circle is to go slowly and not attempt skills that are too far outside the current circle we have. I believe this is also the case with how we can approach Mindfulness practice.
TUNE IN TO LEARN:A bite of my chat with 2 very fascinating transhumanists - using nutrition to transcend and expand our limitations beyond what you thought was possible!#MondayMotivation from my nutrition corner!DIY Longevity with Angela Shurina on Humanity Unshackled podcastProduced by Angela Shurina,CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST, COACHNutrition for High Performance, Skills and Habits VS Diets.IG: @1000yearyoungGET MY FREE 10-DAY EMAIL HEALTH COURSE. THE FOUNDATION SERIES. JOIN TEAM LEAN!
In this episode, I'll be chatting with Rued Riis about his journey to become an expert explainer video creator, and now online course creator. Rued believes in FUN learning. He helps educators use animation to create engaging, entertaining, and humorous learning—for internal training, course creations, YouTube marketing, and much more. Rued's online courses include scriptwriting, voice-over production, screen-recording, and animation. His students subscribe on RuedRiis.com. Rued and I agree that it's important to modernize an industry that has fallen behind. eLearning is where marketing was 10 years ago. We need to make FUN (engaging, entertaining, motivating, inspiring) learning content if we want it to spread and ignite someone's interest in a subject.
We're only 6 days away from the Podcast Creation Bootcamp! You don't want to miss this incredible day of all things Podcasting! Here's a little bit of what you'll learn from the podcast boot camp: ✅ Social media strategies to optimize audience outreach and audience engagement ✅ Skills to build relationships with industry experts and gain social proof as a subject matter expert ✅ Methods of attracting new clients and generating income through partnerships and valuable problem-solving ✅ The ability to create endless valuable content that can be repurposed for social media to beat changing algorithms changes while saving you time.
How can we create relationships that last? On this episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson lean on Rick's 35+ years of couples counseling experience to explore how we can build relationships that are loving, healthy, enjoyable, and reliable. This includes learning the structure of most relationship problems, how to make vulnerable communications, and how to stay open to change.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:15: What issues brought couples into therapy most often?4:50: The structure of most relationship problems.12:30: Giving your partner what they need.15:30: What differentiated couples that improved from those that didn't?21:15: Skills that increase the chances of building a good relationship.21:45: Loving vs. liking. 25:00: Deliberately activating feelings of “liking.”27:00: Getting “on the side” of the relationship.31:10: How to make a vulnerable communication.39:15: Openness to change. 43:40: Three red flags in relationships.46:00: Practices to deepen your relationship with your partner.54:30: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. New Day from Lemonada just premiered on September 15th - listen wherever you get podcasts.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
Summary:On this installment of the Tragedy Academy, writer, actor, and speaker Janet Conroy Quirk is in the studio. Janet is an advocate for the plus-sized community and is co-founder of National Plus Size, a directory that connects people with plus-friendly businesses. In this episode, we dig into the stereotypes surrounding plus-sized people and break antiquated ideology by providing real-world experiences, perspectives, and solutions! Key Points:
Skills And Traits You Should Look When Hiring A Virtual AssistantIn previous episodes, I covered some of the advantages of hiring a Virtual assistant. However, its effectiveness is dependent on how good and capable your VA is.Tune in to this episode as I talk about the list of skills and traits that your Virtual Assistant must have in order to help you achieve success in your business.Management Skills - It is a highly required skill that a Virtual Assistant must-have because it determines or influences the Virtual Assistant's professionalism when dealing with clients, making decisions, and planning.Reliability - You will rely on your Virtual Assistant 100 % of the time to complete the tasks accurately and timely which is why your Virtual Assistant requires not only competence but also dependability to get things done.Excellent Communication Skills - I am not just talking about communication but also, comprehension. This is to ensure that your Virtual Assistant understands and is able to deliver what you ask him or her to do. Accuracy Skill - A Virtual Assistant must have this attribute since it determines his or her ability to pay attention to details, which gives the employer confidence and peace of mind that the jobs will be completed correctly.Pro-active Skills - It's a talent that demonstrates how much your Virtual Assistant cares about your business because it tells how initiative they are and how they will handle unanticipated situations. They will actively remind employers of the tasks that must be completed in order to help their business grow.Honesty and Trustworthy - It is essential for everyone, not only Virtual Assistants. Trust is the natural result of thousands of tiny actions, words, thoughts, and intentions that create a good relationship between people. In business, relationships are important to ensure that intentions are clear and there is complete transparency.Work with Minimal Supervision- It demonstrates how committed your Virtual Assistants are to the task at hand without checking in on them every single time. This also results in your peace of mind.Resourceful -Your Virtual Assistant must be capable of finding solutions, think creatively, and sometimes manage tasks at hand all at the same time.Organized - Look for organizational skills because your Virtual Assistant can help arrange tasks that are in priority. This will help you boost your business' productivity.Value-Added Skills - Look for someone who initiates tasks that will help boost your business. He/she must also not wait for you to assign them tasks but this Virtual Assistant should be able to assist and anticipate your needs.About Kristy YoderKristy Yoder, the founder, and CEO of SmartVAs is a Filipino that is based in the United States. She rose from being a freelance VA and digital marketer to becoming an entrepreneur and a multi-faceted leader.Learn more about Kristy and SmartVAs here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smartvirtualassistants/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yoursmartvirtualassistantsLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/42716347/admin/Are you in need of any assistance? Are you tired and running out of time? It's time to start looking for a virtual assistant! Learn how to get your freedom and life back by visiting smartvirtualassistants.comIf you do like hearing our podcast episodes, we do appreciate you showing your support by buying me a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/kristyyoder
Click to subscribe & get full show notes *** OVERVIEW We're joined today by Ben Dundee, VP and Head of Data Science at Dekeo. Ben delivers sharp advice on how to become influential with data — changing hearts and minds across an organization. Empathy and community are key elements of his personality and success. Lots of lessons in this one! Tired of being "stuck" in your tech career? Try the Wednesday Wisdom newsletter. *** TAKEAWAYS Don't let your past define your future; learn to say "thank you, next." Product Management is a great space to learn what the business cares about (you gain diverse perspectives). A data leader's role is often to ensure all people (technical and non-technical) believe in the value of the data effort. Don't waste time on data perfection (objective truth) — a simple model that's 80% correct is often the key to success. "Dance with fear" — embrace discomfort; this is how you build a great career and life. *** TIMESTAMPS [2:15] The self-branding journey: Physics PhD to Data Science VP [11:35] Using business knowledge and relationships as leverage to create impact [16:27] The mysticism of data science [20:35] Skills for the mid-career tech professional [26:53] The worst advice to follow [31:34] Ben's advice to his younger self *** RESOURCES Related episode (#19): You Don't Need an MBA Connect w/ Ben on LinkedIn Connect w/ Matt on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter @MatthewRDoan Check the show on YouTube Subscribe to the Wednesday Wisdom newsletter
Learning and Agility are two skills that can hold you in good stead throughout your life. Learning agility allows you to learn and solution along the way, as you tackle challenges. Experience plays a key role from which you learn. Further, you can apply this in unrelated situations to resolve as well. Learning agility can be taught and learned at any stage in life. It ensures you're ever ready to solve future challenges. Find out if you possess this skill and how you can hone it!