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Tea Biz
Tea Biz News and Insight - September 23, 2022

Tea Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:47 Transcription Available


HEAR THE HEADLINES – FAO Reports that Progress Toward Sustainable Agriculture has Stalled in Many Regions | Sustainability remains a priority and trending, but the implementation of the UN FAO's Agriculture goals was hampered by war, COVID-19, and climate change | Tea Relief for Pakistan | Outsider Offers $157 Million to Buy McLeod Russel India | NEWSMAKER – Jami Lewchik, Head of TAZO and Portfolio Sustainability, eketerra Americas | FEATURE INTRO – This week, Tea Biz travels to Connecticut to discuss with Jami Lewchik the ambitious task of certifying TAZO Regenerative's entire line of teas and ingredients. TAZO Adopts a Regenerative Business Approach – TAZO reformulated and relaunched four of its leading blends this summer. TAZO's long-term ambition is to transform its products and the brand's entire business operations into a regenerative approach that challenges what the tea industry can do and gives back to people and the planet. In renaming the brand TAZO Regenerative, parent tea company ekaterra committed a sizeable long-term investment in its tea supply chain. The focus is on support for farmers that implement practices to increase soil health and assure fairness to farm workers. Third-party certifier Regenerative Organic Alliance (ROA) praises the company for “aligning with our mission: to heal a broken system, repair a damaged planet, and empower farmers and eaters to create a better future through regenerative organic agriculture.”

Living Lean
Q+A: Troubleshooting Stalled Fat Loss, Adaptive vs. Rigid Metabolisms, Optimal Meal Timing, And More

Living Lean

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 45:04


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Ashley Speaks. You Learn.
What Are Transactional Emails? (With Tips And Examples)

Ashley Speaks. You Learn.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 10:17


When was the last time you saw a really well-designed transactional email (think order confirmations, shipping notifications, etc.) from an ecommerce brand? We're not sure about you but we haven't seen one in a long time. Here's the thing: Direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands are missing out if they're not utilizing the full potential of transactional emails. Most ecommerce transactional emails have open rates of around 80%. On top of that, 64% of customers find order confirmation emails the most valuable of all email communications they receive from a brand. Needless to say, there are lots of opportunities to leverage these awesome emails to grow your business and provide a better customer experience. What are transactional emails? Transactional emails are sent to a customer after they have performed an action at your store. These emails contain information that is unique to them, and only they will benefit from it. While providing the necessary information (like order number and delivery time) in an ecommerce transactional email takes precedence, you can still use these emails for marketing purposes. For instance, this shipping confirmation email from Schoolyard Snacks contains necessary information regarding shipping details, followed by “Shop Cereal” and “Shop Puff” call-to-action (CTA) buttons that can potentially contribute to additional sales. The most important transactional emails you should know about As you might already know, there are various types of transactional emails. This category includes everything from account registration details, to order confirmation, to shipping information, and everything in between. But a handful of them really stand out when it comes to driving sales and delivering a stellar customer experience. The 5 Post-Purchase Emails You Need to Send Your Customers As a merchant, there are few things better than knowing you've just made a sale.That all the work you've put into acquiring a new customer has paid off. Knowingthat your marketing efforts are working, you might be thinking that all you haveto do is ship the order and then you can kick back, relax. The Smile.io BlogAaron Wiseman from SmartrMail 1. Order Confirmation Emails These emails are sent right after a customer makes a purchase. Their purpose is to let customers know that the order has been placed and to communicate essential details like the delivery date, order number, items ordered, quantity, pricing, and payment method. We love this example from Sas Nola because it clearly displays the important order details first, followed by an opportunity to cross-sell additional products. 2. Shipping Confirmation Emails Customers usually get anxious after they purchase a product. This typically leads to an influx of WISMO (aka “where's my order”) queries. You can give your customers peace of mind (and clear your customer support inbox) by sending them regular updates on the status of their order. Start with a shipping confirmation email when the customer's order leaves the warehouse. This email should include a tracking link or tracking number for them to check their delivery status whenever they want to. Check out this email from Baboon to the Moon—it provides all of the necessary shipping details first, followed by several soft-sell CTAs to browse their different product categories and to follow them on Instagram. 3. Stalled Shipment Emails A shipment that hasn't moved in an unusually long time from either the pre-transit (aka from the warehouse) or in-transit (aka in the carrier's hands) status is generally called a stalled shipment. Simply put, the shipment is stuck somewhere. Stalled shipments are more common than you think. It can happen due to bad weather, port congestion, mishandling of documents, products sent out for delivery without a scan, and so on. A good D2C brand should go out of its way to inform customers about an order delay due to a stalled shipment, and to provide them with regular updates. This helps to strengthen t...

Silver and Black Today Show
Full Show: Stalled Carr? QB Struggles & Raiders Lose But It's No Time To Panic

Silver and Black Today Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 58:42


The Las Vegas Raiders moved to 0-1 on the young season and many in Raider Nation are expressing their opinions on QB Derek Carr. While Carr did have a bad game, let's not get carried away, says hosts Scott Gulbransen and Moe Moton. The guys explore what we learned from Sunday's game and talk about coach Josh McDaniel's insistence the offensive line is fine. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tired of the Weight
Episode 11: Plateau or Forrest? Rethink how you think about slow or stalled progress.

Tired of the Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:56


Everyone has experienced a "plateau" in progress when it feels like results have come to a slow crawl or completely stalled. Before fighting through, or giving up, rethink how you think about plateaus.

Science Magazine Podcast
Why the fight against malaria has stalled in southern Africa, and how to look for signs of life on Mars

Science Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:33 Very Popular


On this week's show: After years of steep declines, researchers are investigating why malaria deaths have plateaued, and testing the stability of biosignatures in space First up on the podcast this week, freelance science journalist Leslie Roberts joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss why malaria deaths have plateaued in southern Africa, despite years of declines in deaths and billions of dollars spent. Leslie visited Mozambique on a global reporting grant from the Pulitzer Center where researchers are investigating the cause of the pause. Also this week, producer Kevin McLean talks with astrobiologists Mickael Baqué and Jean-Pierre de Vera of the German Aerospace Center. They discuss their Science Advances paper about an experiment on the International Space Station looking at the stability of biosignatures in space and what that means for our search for life on Mars. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: enhanced-color image of Mars' Jezero crater was taken by NASA's Perseverance with podcast overlay symbol] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Leslie Roberts; Kevin McLean Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.ade7839 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Ep.228: Rocket attempt stalled by fuel leak - Ep.228: Il tentativo di lancio di un razzo bloccato da una perdita di carburante

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 7:01


For the second time in five days, NASA halted a countdown in progress and postponed a planned attempt to launch the debut test flight of its next-generation rocket. - Per la seconda volta in cinque giorni, la NASA ha interrotto il conto alla rovescia in corso e posticipato il tentativo pianificato di far decollare il primo volo di prova del suo razzo di nuova generazione.

Slow Italian, Fast Learning - Slow Italiano, Fast Learning
Ep.228: Rocket attempt stalled by fuel leak - Ep.228: Il tentativo di lancio di un razzo bloccato da una perdita di carburante

Slow Italian, Fast Learning - Slow Italiano, Fast Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 7:01


For the second time in five days, NASA halted a countdown in progress and postponed a planned attempt to launch the debut test flight of its next-generation rocket. - Per la seconda volta in cinque giorni, la NASA ha interrotto il conto alla rovescia in corso e posticipato il tentativo pianificato di far decollare il primo volo di prova del suo razzo di nuova generazione.

Science Signaling Podcast
Why the fight against malaria has stalled in southern Africa, and how to look for signs of life on Mars

Science Signaling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:33


On this week's show: After years of steep declines, researchers are investigating why malaria deaths have plateaued, and testing the stability of biosignatures in space First up on the podcast this week, freelance science journalist Leslie Roberts joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss why malaria deaths have plateaued in southern Africa, despite years of declines in deaths and billions of dollars spent. Leslie visited Mozambique on a global reporting grant from the Pulitzer Center where researchers are investigating the cause of the pause. Also this week, producer Kevin McLean talks with astrobiologists Mickael Baqué and Jean-Pierre de Vera of the German Aerospace Center. They discuss their Science Advances paper about an experiment on the International Space Station looking at the stability of biosignatures in space and what that means for our search for life on Mars. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: enhanced-color image of Mars' Jezero crater was taken by NASA's Perseverance with podcast overlay symbol] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Leslie Roberts; Kevin McLean Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.ade7839 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Manila Times Podcasts
NEWS: Covid vaccination campaign stalled |Sept. 5, 2022

The Manila Times Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 3:51


https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/09/05/news/national/covid-vaccination-campaign-stalled/1857286Subscribe to The Manila Times Channel - https://tmt.ph/YTSubscribe Visit our website at https://www.manilatimes.net Follow us: Facebook - https://tmt.ph/facebook Instagram - https://tmt.ph/instagram Twitter - https://tmt.ph/twitter DailyMotion - https://tmt.ph/dailymotion Subscribe to our Digital Edition - https://tmt.ph/digital Check out our Podcasts: Spotify - https://tmt.ph/spotify Apple Podcasts - https://tmt.ph/applepodcasts Amazon Music - https://tmt.ph/amazonmusic Deezer: https://tmt.ph/deezer Stitcher: https://tmt.ph/stitcherTune In: https://tmt.ph/tuneinSoundcloud: https://tmt.ph/soundcloud #TheManilaTimes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

SBS World News Radio
Rocket attempt stalled by fuel leak

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 6:16


NASA has halted a countdown in progress and postponed a planned attempt to launch the debut test flight of its next-generation rocket.

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
SBS Hindi News 04 September 2022: Rocket attempt stalled by fuel leak

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 11:04


In this latest Hindi bulletin: Labors plan to restrict employers from terminating Enterprise Agreements angers the Federal Opposition; The Greens call for the Reserve Bank to pause interest rate hikes when it holds its monthly meeting on Tuesday; Nick Kyrgios believes he's in with a chance to beat World No.1 Daniil Medvedev at the U-S Open and more news.

Ground Zero Classics with Clyde Lewis
Episode 132 - SF6 – THE MEN WHO STALLED THE WORLD W/ DANE WIGINGTON

Ground Zero Classics with Clyde Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 122:04


We now have rogue scientists and ecologists creating geo-causal events that are not even being addressed in Climate Science circles. Sulfur hexafluoride or SF-6, a potent greenhouse gas, is intentionally being released into streams and rivers along with dumping iron sulphate into the ocean as ways to combat “Global Warming”. These risky experiments appear to be potentially more detrimental than beneficial for the planet. Either we are gearing up for a global catastrophe or mankind is hacking the planet in order to alleviate Climate Change. Clyde Lewis talks with geoengineering activist, Dane Wigington about SF6 – THE MEN WHO STALLED THE WORLD.Originally Broadcast On 08/17/2022

The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast
Ep 167: Frustration and cultivating patience in the midst of stalled progress

The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 15:08


Know that feeling? The one where progress feels like a dance of two steps forward, one back? Or maybe even one forward, eight back? Yep, I hear ya. Today I'm talking about this through the lens of a new camera I bought for the SelfKind Hub ... what can the frustration teach us about our movement, self-care and self-kindness practices? Lots!What you'll hear in this episode:> why instant results aren't the goal (or even a reasonable expectation)> why it's valuable to change your perception from there being a single outcome to ‘chase' - ‘being healed/fixed/done' -to recognising that the pathway is far less linear and being human is far less tidy> why you're not broken and how recognising this truth and embracing your humanity can lead to more self-compassion, kindness and resilience in the face of challenge.Listen in and then come share your thoughts with me on Instagram ! Remember to subscribe, rate and review SelfKind with Erica Webb if you haven't already. I truly appreciate it so very much.Want to join me inside the SelfKind Hub and join us for the very special masterclass coming up with Andy Bryant, Natural Podiatrist? Learn more here. Sign up for Simple Shifts to SelfKind Habits - your weekly email inspiration to treat yourself with SelfKindness through movement and mindset and visit me (Erica) on her website.

The Watchdog
Ogden Reporter Steven Adams On Stalled Special Session

The Watchdog

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 21:09


Ogden Reporter Steven Adams On Stalled Special Session by The Watchdog

ThePrint
NationalInterest: Remember a convicted ‘non-guilty' IAS officer, HC Gupta, when fretting over stalled economic reforms

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 15:08


In this week's #NationalInterest, Shekhar Gupta, ThePrint Editor-In-Chief looks at how the 2010-13 season of scandal-mongering still casts a shadow on Indian politics & how the victims are those at the lowest end of the decision-making chain.----more----Read this week's National Interest here: https://theprint.in/national-interest/remember-a-convicted-non-guilty-ias-officer-hc-gupta-when-fretting-over-stalled-economic-reforms/1090674/

Ground Zero Media
Show sample for 8/17/22: SF6 – THE MEN WHO STALLED THE WORLD W/ DANE WIGINGTON

Ground Zero Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 9:03


We now have rogue scientists and ecologists creating geo-causal events that are not even being addressed in Climate Science circles. Sulfur hexafluoride or SF-6, a potent greenhouse gas, is intentionally being released into streams and rivers along with dumping iron sulphate into the ocean as ways to combat "Global Warming". These risky experiments appear to be potentially more detrimental than beneficial for the planet. Either we are gearing up for a global catastrophe or mankind is hacking the planet in order to alleviate Climate Change. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with geoengineering activist, Dane Wigington about SF6 - THE MEN WHO STALLED THE WORLD. #GroundZero #ClydeLewis #SF6 https://groundzeromedia.org/8-17-22-sf6-the-men-who.../ Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis is live M-F from 7-10pm, pacific time, and streamed for free at groundzero.radio. There is a delayed broadcast on our local Portland affiliate station, KPAM 860, from 9pm-12am, pacific time. For radio affiliates near you, go to talkstreamlive.com. To listen by phone: 717-734-6922. To call into the show: 503-225-0860. The transcript of each episode will be posted after the show at groundzeromedia.org. In order to access Ground Zero's exclusive digital library which includes archived shows, research groups, videos, documents, and more, you must sign up at aftermath.media. Subscriptions start at $7/month. Check out the yearly specials!

San Diego News Matters
Stalled project could've protected town

San Diego News Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 19:30


A new investigation finds a stalled project could have protected a town from being nearly destroyed by the Caldor Fire. In other news, Tijuana residents are on edge after violence broke out over the weekend. Plus, as the new school year starts for some, many school board trustees are back at work on critical issues that caused conflict before.

Whole Being RN Radio with Audrey Christie
Why you may be stalled in your weight loss efforts?

Whole Being RN Radio with Audrey Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 16:20


Are you stuck on your weight loss (or even healing journey)? Today we are talking about some of the sneaky culprits that keep you stuck!ResourcesAudreyChristie.comLab Results Review: https://p.bttr.to/3daoeT4 Support the show

Beyond The Horizon
Thousands Of Sexual Abuse Cases Stalled In NYC Courts (8/7/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 15:48


The Catholic church has been under fire for years over the abuse of children while attending churches or church functions. With the institution of the CVA act in 2019, a lot of those kids who are now adults had the ability to seek justice for what happened to them. Well, now, like usual the slow moving wheels of justice are making things difficult on the victims once again as the NYC court is in slow motion when it comes to dealing with this backlog of cases. Now, those who are awaiting justice are speaking out. Let's dive in and see what's up. (commercial at 9:23)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://nypost.com/2022/08/06/thousands-of-nyc-child-sex-abuse-cases-stalled-in-courts/

The Epstein Chronicles
Thousands Of Sexual Abuse Cases Stalled In NYC Courts (8/7/22)

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 15:48


The Catholic church has been under fire for years over the abuse of children while attending churches or church functions. With the institution of the CVA act in 2019, a lot of those kids who are now adults had the ability to seek justice for what happened to them. Well, now, like usual the slow moving wheels of justice are making things difficult on the victims once again as the NYC court is in slow motion when it comes to dealing with this backlog of cases. Now, those who are awaiting justice are speaking out. Let's dive in and see what's up. (commercial at 9:23)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://nypost.com/2022/08/06/thousands-of-nyc-child-sex-abuse-cases-stalled-in-courts/

The Mind Muscle Connection
Episode 175: What Is An Energy Audit And How To Do One If Progress Has Stalled.

The Mind Muscle Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 21:35


Apply for 1 on 1 online coaching HERETo get more details click HEREIn this episode, I will be taking a deep dive into a topic I find interesting.Topics:-What is an energy audit?-How to do one. 

The Hammer Cast
Ep. 194: 4 Reasons Why Your Strength Progress Might Be Stalled (And How to Fix It)

The Hammer Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 9:23


Get my 9-Minute Kettlebell & Bodyweight Challenge FREE here: http://www.9MinuteChallenge.com Plateaus: we've all had them, and we all hate them. But how do you OVERCOME them?  I dish out a few heaping helpings of plateau smashing on this fine and dandy episode that I am sure you will love so much you'll want to share with all your friends (WINK WINK, NUDGE NUDGE)

Brandon Boxer
Regina Fuentes- Spokesperson- CEA- Negotiations have stalled between the CEA and Columbus City Schools

Brandon Boxer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 8:46


CCS have given their final offer and do not want to negotiate through the summer. The CEA wants to continue to talk in hopes of an acceptable resolution

Montana Economic Minute
Aug3- Legal Reform Stalled

Montana Economic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 0:59


Aug3- Legal Reform Stalled by Bureau of Business and Economic Research

WUWM News
Clean energy advocates speak up about We Energies stalled coal burning power plant closure

WUWM News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 2:30


Some people are unhappy about We Energies' plan to delay closing its Oak Creek Power Plant due to “Tight energy supply conditions in the Midwest power market and supply chain issues.” Members of the Clean Power Coalition expressed their concern in front of the utility's downtown headquarters Wednesday.

KUOW Newsroom
Seattle mayor orders plan for stalled sexual assault investigations as advocates demand deadline

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 0:55


Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Hour 3: NYC Mayor Eric Adams is still stalled when it comes to controlling gun violence

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 35:16


This morning we played audio of Mayor Adams saying he's using all the tools in the toolbox.

Rodsquad Women's Fitness
Going From Stalled Progress to Extraordinary Success (How to Hack Your Mindset)

Rodsquad Women's Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 34:12


This episode is a must listen if you want to be more successful in any area of your life... health/ fitness/ wellness, relationships, personal finance, anything! Rod and Kate Cortizo revealed all the members of team mindset: BeliefsThoughtsWordsEmotionsActionsWe gave game changing tips on how you can harness the power of your mindset to change your life in any way you want! Remember, nothing good comes from staying in your comfort zone. The little princess wants to keep you safe. Your words create your world! Be careful who you surround yourself with, but also remember that if you're courageous, you can accomplish anything, regardless of circumstances. As Rod says, "Success is a one way street. Excuses are a very busy intersection." Time spent rationalizing the mediocre could be time spent creating the magnificent.Click here to follow us on Instagram. 

The Steve Gruber Show
John Neuffer, With Funding Stalled, Chip Makers Warn Congress the U.S. Is Lagging

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 11:00


John Neuffer is the President and CEO of Semiconductor Industry Association.  With Funding Stalled, Chip Makers Warn Congress the U.S. Is Lagging

Blessed Momma Bosses
136 - This Maybe The 1 Reason WHY You Are Not Growing Your WARM Market and Your Business Has Stalled

Blessed Momma Bosses

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 19:14


Hey there ladies, Are you ready for it. Are you ready to know the number one reason why you're not growing in your network marketing business or your business has stalled?The number 1 reason you may not be growing is to your creating a NEW warm market weekly and showing up and talking to them! Sounds so simple… But ask yourself, when is the last time you actually met someone new, created value, and sold your product?1. Make New friends every week.2. Talk to your new connections.3. Follow up and Get to know them-We even review CAPWanna work together!? Here to help you start and scale your network marketing business to SIX-Figures and Beyond:Step 1: Join our Blessed Momma Bosses Community & Follow us on Instagram:Blessed Momma Bosses | Facebookhttps://www.instagram.com/blessedmommabosses_/Grab your FREE resources at MY SITEStep 2: Scale your Network Marketing Business to Six- Figures & Beyond:SCALE YOUR NETWORK MARKETING BUSINESS TO SIX-FIGURES AND BEYOND!Step 3: Join us as we scale and help you build your very own empire. Email us to learn more at blessedmommabosses@gmail.comCourses and masterminds not your jam? Snag a private session with Kellie & Blair at blessedmommabosses@gmail.com2 files

Calcio Connection
Dybala To Inter Stalled Or Dead? Khoulibaly's Future

Calcio Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 36:08


It's a busy month of July in Europe during the summer mercato. Reports of Juventus meeting with Khoulibaly have everyone talking. Meanwhile, talks between Inter and free agent Paulo Dybala have stalled. Is he still waiting on the Nerazzurri or will he move on to other suitors? Hosts Alex Donno and Jerry Mancini discuss the latest.

TheWrap@NCCapitol
Which bills passed, which stalled during the legislative session

TheWrap@NCCapitol

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 14:48


In this week's wrap, Laura Leslie and Bryan Anderson discuss which bills stalled during the legislative session, including legalizing online sports gambling and medical marijuana. They also discuss how state lawmakers voted to keep hemp legal in North Carolina. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1847: Five Reasons Your Fat Loss Has Stalled

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 41:48 Very Popular


In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin discuss 5 Reasons Your Fat Loss Has Stalled and What You Can Do About It Weight/fat loss plateaus are somewhat normal, but they DO NOT have to stick around forever! Often times there are a few things you have to do to get the fat/weight loss moving in the right direction again. (2:31) Understanding the mental gymnastics your clients go through. (6:35) 5 Reasons Your Fat Loss Has Stalled and What You Can Do About It. #1 - Calories are too high (track, build muscle, look at weekends). (10:56) #2 - Calories are too low. (19:16) #3 - Workout needs to change (change phases, add or reduce volume). (27:16) #4 - Need a break for recovery, weight loss, not fat loss (de-load, take a week to eat more). (32:13) #5 - Poor health (prioritize health, sleep routine, nutrient deficiencies, libido). (37:21) Related Links/Products Mentioned Visit PRx Performance for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Special Launch: MAPS Cardio, plus two special e-books for $77! (Ends 7/3) **Promo code CARDIOSPECIAL at checkout** June Promotion: Shredded Summer Bundle or MAPS HIIT 50% off! **Promo code JUNE50 at checkout** What Makes Tracking Macronutrients Effective - Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump #1830: Five Steps To Determine Your Ideal Caloric Intake 3 Biggest Mistakes Women Make When Trying to Lose Weight – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump #1027: 3 Steps To Speed Up Your Metabolism Mind Pump #1630: Ten Ways To Break Through A Plateau Mind Pump #1345: 6 Ways To Optimize Sleep For Faster Muscle Gain And Fat Loss MP Holistic Health Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral)  Instagram

RNZ: Checkpoint
Millwater social housing plan stalled by some locals worried about property values

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 6:12


The brakes have gone on a social housing development on Auckland's North Shore following complaints it could change the character of the neighbourhood. That's despite thousands of desperate families in the city on the wait list for a home. Kāinga Ora was going to build 37 homes and a community room on Bonair Crescent in Millwater but has now suspended its plan. More than 2,000 people have signed a petition to Parliament asking for the development to be stopped because of concerns for the safety and security of the community. Kāinga Ora regional director North and West Taina Jones talks to Lisa Owen.

The Merriweather Council Podcast
Rebroadcast Series: Questions to Ask Yourself When Sales are Slow or Stalled

The Merriweather Council Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 17:45


FIRST STEPS WHEN SALES SLOW DOWN Remind yourself, it's normal, and it happens. Next, consider this a bit of a gift. We are all continually trying to find time for things, aren't we? I think most people are looking for some extra time on most days. Consider a slow spell, an opportunity to catch up on something that's been lingering, or a chance to explore something new that's been on your list. You might have tasks that have moved from one month's to-do list to the next several times already. Get those things done! Take the time and make it useful to you. Anticipate that things will not stay slow forever and prepare for things to pick back up. QUESTIONS FOR SLOW OR SLUGGISH SALES I know that telling yourself it's normal, and looking on the bright side won't always make your worries about it go away. Likely, that will not be enough, which is why we have a list of questions you can ask yourself if sales are slow or stalled in your handmade business.  For full show notes for this episode visit merriweathercouncilblog.com/169 For a full list of all merripodcast episodes visit merripodcast.com

On the Brink with Andi Simon
319: Becca Powers Vaughn—There Is An Inner Command Center Inside Of You. Ready To Take Control?

On the Brink with Andi Simon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 31:12


Hear how to harness your inner CEO and prioritize your happiness  Are you the CEO of your life? What does that mean? In this podcast, I bring to you Becca Powers Vaughn. Her story, like those of so many women, is in part about discovering your own self-worth, in part realizing that you should not let others define who you are, and in part turning your purpose into something to benefit others. But this podcast is not just for women. Men, listen carefully. Becca's message is as relevant for you as it is for women. Why? So you can help women thrive in your personal and your professional life. A wise woman with a lot to teach us. Watch and listen to our conversation here Much to learn from Becca's “aha” moment She says it was not a very pretty moment, but one in which she had to stop the “blame and complain” game. If you are doing something like Becca was doing—blaming others for your limits or your difficulties—it is a good time to listen to this podcast and discover yourself. Becca also has a great book you should dig into: Harness Your Inner CEO: Rise Into Passion, Prosperity, and Empowerment. Three things that help empower women to become the best they can be: Look in the mirror and tell your mind that you are a beautiful woman. Your mind does exactly what it thinks you want it to do. So, what do you want it to do? I am serious. What do you want to feel, see and think so you can serve yourself? Your story is what holds you back, until you craft a story that opens doors for you. It is a good time to rethink you. How to get in touch with Becca Contact her via LinkedIn, Twitter, her website www.beccapowers.com or email her at Beccapowers1313@gmail.com. Also check out her portfolio: linktr.ee/beccapowers1313 Want to know more about taking care of yourself and being CEO of your life?  Blog: You Can Find Joy And Happiness In Turbulent Times! Podcast: Meg Nocero—Can You Feel Joy As You Rethink Your Life? Podcast: Stuck or Stalled? The Time is Right to Rethink Your Journey Additional resources for you My award-winning second book: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business My award-winning first book: On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Simon Associates Management Consultants    Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Good morning. Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. Hi, I'm Andi Simon, your host and your guide. And remember, my job is to get you off the brink. I don't want you stuck there, nobody's going to be stalled. What we need to do is help you. And I say these words very intentionally to help you see, feel and think in new ways so that you can change. And you know, your brain hates change. Sometimes it hates me for telling you you should change. But you also know that things aren't always exactly the way you want them to be but somehow the habits take over and your mind does exactly what it thinks you want it to do. Now we've got to change. So I have today a wonderful woman, Becca Powers Vaughn, and you're going to love listening to Becca's story. I have a hunch it may reflect many of our own stories. And then we're going to talk about things that matter to all of us, like how we change our balance and our work life? How do we really find success? What does that mean? Remember, we're meaning makers. Humans don't have any intrinsic value, so what is success? Are you there? Are you going? Is it a journey? Becca, thank you for joining me today. Becca Powers Vaughn: Yes, thank you for having me. Andi Simon: Tell the listener who is Becca, what's your journey, and then we'll talk about your book. Her book is Harness Your Inner CEO: Rise Into Passion, Prosperity, and Empowerment. We'll talk a little bit about that. But so many other things that she's learned as she's been on this journey. So, who is Becca? Becca Powers Vaughn: So I will introduce myself in the form of a story because I think that it'll help the listeners get a really good idea of where we're going to go with this conversation as well. A little bit about me. So my story starts on the bathroom floor, as far as wanting to help other women. And I'm going to explain that more in just a second. So I'm a 20-year career tech sales executive. I've worked for companies like Cisco, Dell and others. And in the course of my journey, I have sacrificed a lot. I am a mother of four. I have an 18-year-old and a 20-year-old and then an 18- and 20-year-old stepson and stepdaughter. My husband and I have raised a blended family for 12 years. In the pursuit of it all, I didn't have much work-life balance in some of those days. But I remember back in 2013, I was a regional sales manager for Dell. And as a leader, and you might relate to this Andi, hearing your podcast...I've listened to quite a few. But I have a firm belief that people need to come before profits. And while I was a sales leader at Dell, I got recruited by a company that had a very similar philosophy. And I wanted to jump at that opportunity. So I left Dell and in the process of resigning, my VP of sales at the time heard me say all this and said, instead of rejecting me or accepting me, he's like, "Becca, you are the CEO of your life and I'm so proud of you." Right, yeah. So at that moment, I was very empowered. I went into this new career and what ended up happening in this new new career is that I wasn't an exact fit. My leadership style was very different. And what I found out is that in not being fully accepted, because my style was different, instead of coming to terms with that myself, and questioning whether this is a fit for me or not, I stayed committed to this belief. And in doing so, even though it was noble and I think a lot of listeners can maybe relate to this, even though it was a noble cause before profits, what I was really doing was sacrificing my well-being in pursuit of this big thing that I thought was super important. And after three years of doing that, I ended up overextending myself, way too much to the point of extreme exhaustion. And at that point of extreme exhaustion, it was one night after a really bad day at work again, three years into this role, I put the kids to bed, doing all the things. I go to take my makeup off, and I fell to the floor with fatigue. And I always say, it was in my most powerless moment that I came in touch with my power. Andi Simon: You sound like Arianna Huffington, who discovered that self care isn't the afterthought. It has to be tough though, and I am laughing out loud because I remember trying to get my tenure and developing pneumonia so bad that it took me six months to get my health back. Why do we do this to ourselves? What did you discover? Becca Powers Vaughn: Well, I discovered that, and I have the goosebumps as you say that because this is exactly what I showed up to talk about. And I'm so glad there's a relationship going on. Because I think the reason that we do that is because we care, especially as women, we're very servant-based. We are used to taking care of multiple things. And so it's very natural for us to almost abandon ourselves in the pursuit of the things that we think are important to us. And I think that is a really important part of the message, because we beat ourselves up a lot as women. And it's like, Oh, how could I have done that? Or how can I not have seen that? And really, at the end of the day, how did I get on the bathroom floor? I got here because I cared? Yes, not because I didn't care. Andi Simon: I'm curious about when you got off the bathroom floor, which you clearly did, did you have that epiphany that said, Enough, I'm going someplace else, or did you push on and do it better, or changed within your life-work balance, or what was your epiphany? Becca Powers Vaughn: So my epiphany on the bathroom floor is going to tie into the beginning of the story when my VP told me I was the CEO of my life. I'm sitting there on the bathroom floor crying, in a state of powerlessness and brokenness. And then all of a sudden, I remember giving an exhale, like as if I was praying or calling out for help, I don't know, like, I can't power through another day. I just remember thinking this to my head, like, I don't know what to do. I'm feeling powerless. I don't know what to do. And all of a sudden, I call it my instant miracle, that conversation came back to my forefront. And I remember, it was almost like a whisper: "Becca, you are the CEO of your life." And I started giggling actually. I'm like, on the bathroom floor. And this moment of being a complete mess. And my emotions were telling me. It's okay to laugh. I started laughing at myself. And I'm like, Well, if I'm the CEO of my life, I shouldn't be crying on the bathroom floor. I have a lot more power than I think I do. So I rose off the bathroom floor a different woman than the one that went down. And that's how I came up with the title of the book, Harness Your Inner CEO, because it was about harnessing that energy. I'm the CEO of my life. I've got to look at my finances, I've got to look at my spiritual self. I've got to look at my emotional self, mental self, my physical self, and I'm responsible for it all. Andi Simon: So let me clarify, I didn't hear the title til you just said it. It's harnessing. I like that. Take charge because now you can begin to visualize, and we're visualizers, what it is that you have learned. But you want others to see that we're going to take charge of our total being, not a little, a whole thing. Please continue. Becca Powers Vaughn: That gave me the goosebumps again. I love this conversation. So yes. So then I was going to tie back into both the things we talked about: success without sacrifice and work-life balance. What I realized about work-life balance is, it really wasn't obtainable in the way that it was being fed to me by the media, and social and work environments and things along those lines. And then there was a way that I could go about success. It was more of a question, but I knew it was possible. And like, is there a way to go about chasing my success? Because there's a lot of things I love about my career, actually. But can I chase success without sacrifice? And so those became two themes that I really explored and got it out within myself. Andi Simon: And in the process, did you go on a journey? I'm asking because in my book, Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business, several of the women went off on journeys at that catalytic moment when what they were doing wasn't good. But what they wanted to do wasn't clear. And those journeys, whether they took them through Africa or Europe or wherever with a backpack, or taking time to think and wonder.  What did you find? Becca Powers Vaughn: Yes, so I did go on a journey. So my journey was about two years long, but what I think is unique about my journey is, I stayed exactly in my life. I was a mom and my kids were in middle school at the time. I didn't have time to go on sabbaticals or anything like that. But I realized I could go on a sabbatical within myself. And that's exactly what I did. So I did start evaluating whether that job was a fit or not. And as I started asking myself questions and understanding, I think one practical tip I can give listeners is that our bodies are going to tell us what's a fit. When things feel good, we feel relaxed, we feel butterflies, we get excited. When things aren't a fit, and we're still questioning, maybe it is, maybe it isn't, we're using logic to make it okay, our bodies will tell us. I've got a pain in my shoulder. I'm having headaches every night. And once I realized that those signs from my body were really symptoms of things not being a fit, I just kept exploring things that made me feel better. And I ended up in a new job a few months later. The one part I want to share before we pause and go back into conversation is that for me, I had to leave my own way. And what I mean by that is, I technically demoted myself. I went back to outside sales, to some sales professional. And in that, in that one move, I increased my income. I started having success without sacrifice. I found what work-life balance was for me. I was able to put down my phones and emails and dedications by 5:30. I ended up getting a sales territory for the Florida Keys because I'm in South Florida, and I had to drive down to the keys every three weeks. And now I had water on both sides of me with dolphins jumping in the water. Andi Simon: Your visual is so powerful because I truly believe there's a path through life, a little serendipity, but a lot of self-awareness, to your point. We decide with the heart and the eyes, not the head. And so if the audience hears about what you do, and how you do it, and it doesn't feel good every morning, you wake up without a smile on your face, you're on the wrong path. And you can stay on that line and keep pushing it. And Becca could tell you she could have, but there's something in your physical, emotional, human, being. You know how they talk about the gut. There really is a gut that's connected to what you're doing. Did you go searching for that? Or a job? Or did it find you? Becca Powers Vaughn: Thank you for asking that question because I get again the goosebumps. It is a very powerful thing when we finally stop powering through. Maybe it's surrender. That word was always kind of a complicated concept for me to fully grasp. But I do know that that's what happened in my moment on the bathroom floor the next day. And that's like, I have a saying: Admit when things are wrong or just admit when things aren't going right. The next morning, I called one of my work best friends. I was like, Jessie, I just need to tell you that this isn't working. And I ended up on the bathroom floor last night, but I'm empowered today. And the next thing I know, within four hours, she calls me with a job lead to the company I ended up leaving for. And so yes, it just fell into my lap within hours, within 24 hours. Andi Simon: But are we different from the rest of the world? Or are we just paying attention to it differently? I'm convinced that serendipity is one of your best resources. And sometimes you don't really know why something has happened, but you do know that something is happening. And if you can pause for a moment, and you have your house, you have your family, you know you have your husband, you have all these things going right, what's wrong? You want to say something? Becca Powers Vaughn: I'm nodding my head just because it was the pause. As women, I think we power through life as well. Women, I think one of our superpowers is our resilience and our ability to even set powerful intentions for ourselves, even though we can be going through hell. And just like the next day is, I got this, I'm going to show up as my best self. And it was in doing that too many times that I actually got stuck. And it was that power of the pause that allowed me to reevaluate everything. Andi Simon: It is interesting because we don't know where we're going but we do know as women who are aspirational, and career-minded, whatever that means. We could never be simply a stay-at-home mom. I had two daughters. They were 14 months apart. And three weeks after each of them, I was back in the classroom. I mean, that wasn't the way one should do it. But we are very intentional in some ways but not reflective in others. And I got my tenure. And I've been the EVP of a bank and I've been successful in my business for 20 years. But along the way, there have been aha moments like you have. For our listeners, think carefully about the aha moment the pandemic has offered you. I often preach: Never waste a crisis. This is not one that I would have ever anticipated or encouraged to find us, but don't waste it. Because if nothing else, on your bathroom floor, you have a moment now to really rethink the things that you're doing and how you're doing them. I'm seeing the Great Resignation, which is because people are back to work, and they're fine, but they just moved around in jobs. They also were catalysts for employers. You said, People before profits. What happened is the employees said, Us before you. Maybe there's a message here? So as you're moving along your own journey, where are you now? Where are you going? Becca Powers Vaughn: So that's an interesting question, because definitely life has unfolded. For me, in the most beautiful, magical, and to your point, unexpected ways. So after my two year journey of reestablishing what was important to me, reprioritizing, my career took off. In my highest position, I was an Operational Sales Director with 110 people under me and a $500 million annual number. What I realized is that it wasn't defining success. For me, success meant, I did like making money, but I also liked making an impact. And so I started finding roles that I felt I was able to deliver that impact, and they varied and the title. I realized that title was more something that fulfilled my ego rather than fulfilled my satisfaction. So I started chasing fulfillment and impact. As a result, I started making more money. As a result of feeling like I'm making an impact, and feeling more fulfilled, I started having what we want to call work-life balance. I had more passion in me. So even though I think I was working about the same hours, probably 40 to 50 hours a week, what I found is that my work changed. I started doing podcasts. I set times to make time to write a book. People are like, How do you write a book? You work full time, you've got kids, you got all this? Yeah, it mattered. And it happened. And it happened with ease. And it was quite delightful, actually. So where am I now? I am going back to Cisco. I was with Cisco for two years. And they recently recruited me back and I'm happily going back. I loved working there. Going as a Strategic Sales Lead and Solution Evangelist, which puts me in that place of impact and fulfillment. I'm sitting down to write my second book. I am starting my own podcast soon. And I'm vacationing and enjoying my life and just kind of able to have more without doing so much. It's a weird place to be. Andi Simon: But on the other side, nobody could tell you that. And while I do a lot of executive coaching, at the end of the day, we ask more questions, and we need help. Because if you can find the solution yourself, it's not a good solution. And if you're trying to do something someone else said we should do and imagining what those words mean, that means you have to be reflective, intentional, and willing to make a detour. Because we're on a journey or pathway, a ChangeMap. Sometimes the detours come up and you don't really know why they're there. But it's okay to make a left turn to try, or a right turn to see what's over there and taste. As you're looking at your next book and the current book, what have you discovered that you can help the listener learn from, or are there some illustrations that you want them to remember? People remember stories. Is there a story other than you being on the bathroom floor, which is a great story. And the things you're thinking about next, some stories to share? Becca Powers Vaughn: Well, one of the things is because I've been a corporate gal for 20 years, I really wanted to impact and explore burnout, but more so because that's really what happened. I ended up burnt out on the bathroom floor. So being an excavation artist and explorer, I wanted to understand what got me there. And I'm also a life coach. I had a Kundalini teacher so I've got some more hands. I do this and it's wanting to really kind of understand what's causing the Great Resignation. Why are people fed up? What's going on and all of that? So as I started serving people, this is a very interesting thing. I was like, Okay, what I understand about life coaching is that we overcompensate when we're trying to hide something. And so what is happening on an employee level that's causing this feeling of complete exhaustion? And what I came to understand is that I call it the unders in the overs, an employee first and they might not even be able to put their finger on it, but they're going to feel these unders. This means that somewhere in the organization, they are feeling undervalued, underappreciated, underpaid, underrecognized. Think feelings like that. And when these feelings go unaddressed, it starts triggering our deepest wounds, which is, I don't matter, I'm not safe, I'm not worthy, I'm not valuable. And when those feelings are triggered, we go into overcompensation, which in a work environment looks like overextending, overcommitting, overworking, overstressing and overwhelming. Those types of things. So that's really where I want to help people understand where this is coming from, because helping the individual understand it is really important. But I also want to help corporations understand it. I have been at Fortune 500s almost my entire career and I can say that they care. They just don't know how to do things. And so they're offering yoga classes and things that are very surface. But at the end of the day, if they knew their employees didn't feel valuable, they could do something to make them feel more valuable. So I know that was a longer answer, but I really geeked out on that day. Andi Simon: But let's dig into that. Because if only they could actually make you feel like you mattered is what you said. And all of the tactical-practical surface stuff is there. It's always fascinating to me because the HR person works really hard to get that yoga class and nobody comes, or the Weight Watchers to arrive. And you know, "I thought that's what people wanted to do was lose weight." So their solution had nothing to do with the person's actual behavior. The disconnect in HR is fascinating. But having said that, the company itself is the problem, not the human resource person. And the company doesn't understand that unless you spend time getting to know them, and show them that it matters that you're working here as an employee. That conversation is essential, not after the fact that you're ready to leave. You know, we work really hard on exit strategy and exit conversations. Why don't we do retention? Why don't we learn more about what your career is about? It's interesting. I've been working with an accounting firm for five years now. And one of the suggestions I made after one of our leadership training sessions was, Have you had one-on-ones with these very important people? And the partner said, No. I said, Well do it. They want to be loved. That it isn't that they are making good money, they're not money motivated a bit. But at the end of the day, they work really, really hard during the tax season. And they don't need a party, they need someone to say thank you. They need someone to simply say, You really do matter to us, what matters to you, and how do I help you? Sometimes they hear and sometimes they don't. Sometimes it resonates, and sometimes it doesn't. But unless you reach out, you have vulnerability there because people will find another place. They'll begin to think that all work is simply tactical and practical, and I never matter. And then I'll just hop around. What do you think? Becca Powers Vaughn: I think you're really onto something as far as how you're understanding what's going on. I would say that even from a survey perspective, I've surveyed about 1000 people right now, and 88% feel undervalued, underappreciated. I set it so you had to have some combination, but at least to hit the 88% score. I had said it so that you have to at least get to know. And that means 88% of the workforce is experiencing at least two unders. Andi Simon: My last thought is that people are living their emotions. And so if we stay on the tactical, practical, logical side, you're missing what matters to them. And humans want to hug. I mean, at the end of the day, they want to belong. They want to feel well. And the thing that you found was, I want to be harnessing my own interest. Do they want to be in charge? They want to feel they have some control, and that all of this has come out of the pandemic. Big time. I'm not sure of the message, I must confess, I work with too many CEOs of marketing companies and the guys don't quite get it. They're trying to figure it out. And I say that, because mostly guys are guys, but they don't quite understand that it isn't a position to hold. It's a life to live. And those are very different feelings. We're almost approaching the end of our wonderful time together. And you've enjoyed yourself, I know I have as well. A couple of things you don't want the audience to forget, because they often remember the ending better than the beginning. But your story is great. Becca Powers Vaughn: So coming right off of our conversation is, You matter. Number one, you matter. Number two, it's okay to prioritize yourself, especially as a woman. Consider yourself at least as much as you're considering other people, places and things. Those are two, do you want three? Andi Simon: No, I'll add your third. And then yeah, I will expand your third. We had a program on self care. And it's not going right now but I'll bring it back. It's a 30-day challenge to take care of you. And it's an app, and I love the app. I just can't do it right this second. But I'm going to be bringing it back about when your podcast goes live. But I find that people feel guilty about taking care of themselves. And the other thing I learned is that the guys who sign on, sign off, but the women stay in and want to keep it going. So something is going on in this world of being a woman where it feels guilty to take care of yourself. You're the last on the to-do list. You don't work out because there's no time. And so we flip it around. So the first thing you're going to do in the morning is, for you, what is that going to be? Take a walk, now sit quietly on the deck and have a cup of coffee. Take that time, it's okay. And the research is fascinating. You know, women CEOs of lots of companies say to me, Because I don't take care of myself, the stress levels rise. I said, Well, you know when you take care of yourself, the stress levels from the oxytocin and serotonin rise and cortisol drops. Your brain is telling you something. To your point, it hurts when you're not happy. Where can our listeners find your book? Becca Powers Vaughn: You can find it on Amazon and just type in the Amazon search Harness Your Inner CEO and it will come right up. And it's under Becca Powers. Andi Simon: We'll have that all in our podcast blog. I'm going to say goodbye to our great listeners and to Becca because we've had such a great conversation. My hunch is we'll be back and do this again when our next books come out. That's going to be a catalytic moment for her to get the next book done and my next book is going to come out. So we will all be on, talking about our books. My book is going to be about 100 Women who are trailblazers, transforming the world for women. And I do think this is a time for women to seize the moment and not waste a pandemic crisis because it's our time to lead. Now, with that in mind, thank you all for coming. You know, you've launched us into the top 5% of podcasts globally. I'm honored! I will tell you it's a pleasure. As you discovered, I love doing podcasts and sharing them. And the only thing I will advertise on here is us. We are corporate anthropologists and we help companies and the people inside them change. And often you don't want to change so my job is to help you love change. Make it your friend. And you can, because as you listen to Becca, you don't want to be on the bathroom floor wondering what am I doing with my life? So how do you see, feel and think in new ways? And as far as coaches, Becca is a life coach. I'm an executive coach, but we both try and help you see things through a fresh lens. My books,On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights and Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business, are both on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and booksellers everywhere. AndRethink just won an award from Axiom as a 2022 Bronze Best Business Book in the women and business category, so thank you. It's really an honor and a privilege to have both of my books be award winners, which means I'm an award winner. I don't think I write to be an award winner, I write to help people see, feel and think in new ways. Reach me at info@Andisimon.com and come along for the ride. Let's have a good journey together. It's been such fun. Goodbye.

Bill Whittle Network
Bad Teacher: Coming Mass Exodus from Profession as COVID-Stalled Students Frustrate Veterans

Bill Whittle Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:59


A new survey shows a coming mass exodus from the teaching profession, mostly over frustration with COVID-stalled students who have fallen so far behind despite remote-learning efforts. What can be done to fix American public education in the wake of the pandemic? Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle create five new episodes of Right Angle each week, thanks to the contributions of our Members. If you'd like to learn more and join, click this link: https://BillWhittle.com/register/

All About Affordable NFTs
NFT NYC 2022 Themes & Highlights & Alpha?

All About Affordable NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 29:14


  Theme: NFT NYC 2022 Themes & Highlights Over 15,000 tickets sold, two days of speakers Hundreds of unofficial events Affordable project: Double down fewocious  NFT NewsNFT Headlines: Shopify allows merchants to add utility to NFTs  MoonPay Primes NFT Minting Service HyperMint - Blockworks  Christie's NFT maven joins Yuga Labs to steward CryptoPunks The 2022 NFT Awards - OpenSea Blog     Transcript: [00:00:00] Today on all about affordable NFTs. We are talking with Andrew about how NFT NYC went. I've been seeing it all over my feeds and in the news, I'm excited to hear how it went, but you're back. Am back I'm back home was, uh, are a lot of events going on and yeah, it was, uh, it was exciting to be there and, uh, you know, happy to, uh, get to talk about some of the events that were, were happening in the last few days in New York. [00:00:30] Yeah. I feel like this is a blend between, we're about to jump into the news, but I feel like the news is NFT NYC, but I, I want to get into the particulars and just how it was to actually be there versus like what I heard some of the FUD and upside was. So let's actually, uh, turn toward things. Uh, we saw on the news this week. [00:00:48] Yeah, we'll get into some, some headlines. Anyway. Uh, so first off we've got here that Shopify has rolled out some new NFT integration features where merchants can add, uh, what they're calling it, add utility to the NFTs, but they're able to, to token gate, uh, certain products on the site so that you'd have to have the NFT to be able to buy it. [00:01:09] Um, so I think that's a real big thing to, for Shopify to. Uh, give two merchants. Um, it makes it super easy for anybody really to be able to use an NFT as a, uh, token to gate specific merchandise, you know, be able to offer certain things to only holders of NFTs. And, uh, that's a big step here. That's massive. [00:01:30] I mean, this is a huge eCommerce platform, web two, adopting web three tech and really driving home the upside of access and utility with a capital U. That is gonna open up a lot of interesting, uh, interesting tie-ins right? Cause you can control certain types of membership. And as, as much as it makes me roll my eyes, when I see merch as like a utility, there is actual actually an ability to say, Hey, here's a physical piece of art that you can get and the NFT and they actually go together and here it is wrapped in a perfect package for you. [00:02:09] I think there's a lot more behind this one. And also Andrew, for those of you keeping score at home, the wild and crazy idea of allowing NFT access to be validated as part of the native technology, uh, Shopify one discord, none. Just if you're keeping track natively, it's a good point. Good point. Yeah. Yeah. [00:02:30] I mean, this is, I've been a big fan of shop buy shop, buy for a long time, because of all the, the way they keep adding more features. And I think this is helping them not just stay relevant, but really give their merchants. Tools that many others are not yet able to, to do, to offer. And I think it's gonna be some time till you see a lot of big companies start offering these, uh, token gated types of products, but you know, small, small merchants can start getting into it right away. [00:02:57] Now you, I mean, you ran a whole eCommerce store, you know, the game, maybe it's time for some, uh, some three, a merch start getting that's right, man. Roll it in. All right. So next headline here. We've got moon pay. They have, uh, they're starting an minting service. So at the, uh, founder of moon pay Ivan Soto, Wright was actually on stage at, uh, NFT, N Y C and demonstrated some of those technology. [00:03:19] But, uh, they're rolling out with partners, some big partners here. So they've got, uh, Fox, um, creative artist. The universal pictures, um, some other, uh, music, uh, partners as well. So they're rolling out with some pretty big names. Um, moon pay has been, um, pretty big in getting people, onboarding, uh, people from Fiat to crypto, um, and interesting that they are getting more and more into the NFT space here. [00:03:46] I'm not quite sure what this means. Other than I know moon pay has traditionally been like one of those leaders in saying, Hey, here's an on. I'll be honest. I've never gotten moon pay to work for me. It is always bugged out and I have tried it on seven non-con consecutive occasions. Well, maybe this will work better. [00:04:08] This will work better. I, Hey, I'm gonna try again at some point. All right. So this next headline, we've seen some big movement in the crypto punks market. Recently, the, uh, the floor had gotten to under 50 E and then they started getting snatched up and then word came out that, uh, they have. Uh, hug labs has appointed, uh, Noah Davis, formerly of Christie's as, uh, the head of the crypto punks project. [00:04:34] So he helped bring crypto punks to, uh, Christie's as part of an auction there, um, and has been part of that community by punk holder for some time. And, uh, you know, I think this is a good move from somebody in charge of that crypto punks project, because it did seem like they, after they acquired that. P it got somewhat lost among all of their other projects that certainly are taking much more of their focus. [00:04:56] So good to see that they are putting someone in charge that understands the history of crypto punks and what they do mean to the, uh, NFT movement. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think that that goes away ebbs and flows, but I think, you know, the, the window where you could have grabbed a punk for a mere $50,000, if you figure the sort of like where the prices intersected, uh, maybe, maybe something we note is like, oh man, that would've been the best investment ever or we'll see. [00:05:26] Yeah. We'll see. We'll see. . And then, uh, so last one here is the 2022 NFT awards. So this was part of NFT, N YC, um, open sea helps put this on. And so I attended some of this and I. I mean, you can check that the link here for some of the winners. I think a lot of the categories seem sort of, um, like, they were just made specific to give to specific projects in many cases. [00:05:54] Um, and it seems sort of, um, I'm not sure that this is something that the industry is, is looking for at this point, because it wasn't very well attended. And, um, you, like I said, they. They seem to come up with with awards that would fit or fit, uh, certain winners, most of the winners, weren't there to accept the awards anyway. [00:06:14] So, um, a little disappointing overall to that, but, um, maybe not necessary. Well, wait a minute. Top gaming collection by transactions Z run. I'll tell you what highest volume collection on the polygon blockchain Z run. Best NFT artist was X copy. Oh, best emerging NFT R uh, artist. Uh, FIUs that's one. That's been on our list. [00:06:40] I'm there's we have best NFT artists, best emerging N NFT artists and best established NFT artists, and then best digital NFT artists, best non, I mean, these are, you know, I get some of these, you know, there, but hold on. There's one at the bottom here with the best NFT podcast, using three A's in it launched in 2021 run by. [00:07:01] Two crypto dads. We won it three a oh man. We got it. We got it. we got it. I love it. I had you for a second for yeah. Yeah, no, no, I'm sure. Um, you know, people are checking now though. They're checking that link. See if we got anything and um, no, but best NFT media rug, radio. I mean, we've mentioned, uh, the rug radio folks before. [00:07:28] Very interesting platform and recommend that membership one. Yeah, it's definitely worth browsing through. Um, you know, I think maybe, maybe this will start to develop a little further if they do continue with this, but, um, definitely needs a little bit more, a little more marketing around it to get people more excited about it, to, uh, for it to, to expand and, and grow. [00:07:49] Yeah. All right. So the NFT NYC, I, I saw there were over 15,000 tickets sold, but some news showed, like there were like 50,000 people. I'm kind of confused as to the attendance numbers of like, were there larger events that. I don't know, you know, I, I think there are a lot of, I mean, there were hundreds of unofficial NFT NYC events, so just events going on around the city, um, that were going on during the same time, but weren't part of NFT, N YC. [00:08:21] So I think in many cases there were probably people there that weren't, that didn't get a ticket to the event itself. Um, I did have a ticket and went to some of the events. Even that I was really only able to get to, to a handful of those just because there were so many other things going on that I was also trying to get to. [00:08:38] And, you know, there were a lot of these, uh, I mentioned this before, um, in our preview episode, but there were a lot of, uh, physical galleries that were showing pieces. And that was something that I was trying to prioritize, getting around to, and, and seeing these pieces. Being displayed on some pretty impressive, uh, impressive setups. [00:08:56] Um, but I think that's probably why the numbers, uh, vary a bit. And, you know, we also don't really know how many people ended up attending. I'm sure there were, there were people that did not attend, uh, after getting a ticket, you know, maybe based on some of how the market has moved. over the last few weeks here. [00:09:13] So, what was the sentiment? Was it a depressed Fest degens drinking? I heard some jokes about how this was like basically college, where people went to learn nothing and drink their sorrows away and stuff. what, what was, what was the vibe? You know, I was worried about the vibe, you know, definitely in part because of the market and wasn't sure what it would be like. [00:09:31] And, you know, for the most part, it felt like people were still pretty, uh, pretty optimistic, you know, maybe not about the price in short, in the short term. I think people are pretty optimistic about all of the things that are being built. You know, you still see that it's bringing thousands of people, you know, whatever number that is, but it's bringing thousands of people together, um, in ways that really weren't happening before this. [00:09:53] So I think there, you know, the people that do show up, they're pretty committed to, to the space. And I, I think they're, they're seeing that. There's still all these events going on. There's still companies here. There's still building, you know, there's, there's, there's a lot going on. You can see how this event, I mean, I see how the event has changed just in what is it? [00:10:11] Six or seven months from the, uh, the last one that I was at and how much more, uh, how much more knowledge there is about NFTs from the outside. We're still, you know, as we know, we're still a long ways from, from where most people understand them and it's, it was encouraging to me to see that so that people were weren't thinking, uh, you know, thinking like this all might really go away. [00:10:35] You know, I think we've, we've talked about how it feels like there's people just continuing to, to, to build things so that when. When something does turn around, like all, everything works. It's all people are here. There's collectors that understand this there's new platforms all the time. And, you know, I think we're seeing that there's just more and more, uh, more and more infrastructure being, being built right now. [00:10:56] And, and that was definitely, uh, being talked about a lot at different events that I was at, you know, I wasn't, well, I, I didn't get to any of the, a Fest events or anything like that. I'm sure that had a, uh, had its own culture. Um, You know, I can't comment on. So they took over the south street Seaport, they had a giant ape down there. [00:11:14] They, it was like inflatable and they'd like took over a ship or something. Oh, okay. I knew that there was a, uh, NFT, there was a big outdoor event, uh, music event down in the Seaport area. So I, maybe they were, uh, you know, trying to make sure it was seen by many others that maybe did not have tickets, you know, did see some, some, uh, signs for ape Fest around some, some apes spray painted around on. [00:11:41] Sidewalks, um, promoting the event, I guess, or, you know, trying to, I don't know if it's as much promoting it or trying to make people feel like they're, you know, trying to induce. So some FOMO it's all FOMO. So FOMO based economy. Yeah, we, yeah. Right. We do know that FOMO is a big part of NFTs and oh yeah. [00:11:57] That's part of the utility. Um, the ability to spread to spread FOMO, um, like agen, I'm curious too, because you went to the last NFT NYC six months ago was. Or it was, it was let's see, like early November. It was. Yeah. Um, so yeah, this was, this did come pretty quickly after that. well, what I mean then, and now how would you compare? [00:12:19] Are they stepping up their game? Are they just playing the hits? Is this, is this, uh, increasing in momentum despite the market overall? Yes. I mean, the event itself was, you know, there are there's over a thousand speakers. I think they said over 1500 speakers. And the idea is to try to get as many, to give as many people, a voice as possible that does become, becomes a lot as an attendee to try to find the events that you AC or the, the talks that you actually want to go to. [00:12:49] And I hope that they would, that they will start. Being a little, they, that they do a little bit more curation with their speakers. I mean, I understand that they want everybody to have a voice, but I think we need to help the people that are attending by giving them some, by narrowing it down a bit. Um, but outside of the official event, I think it's, it's really growing. [00:13:11] Um, there's more and more, there's more and more interest in. Companies, and you're seeing these other galleries pop up. You're seeing, I mean, there's, there are these parties. I mean, for pretty much every collection it's, every big collection seemed to have some event somewhere. Um, and that's that wasn't necessarily, there were a lot of parties at the last where a lot of events, a lot of projects had a presence, but it felt much more substantial this time in that. [00:13:35] Anybody, any of any project that really wants to be serious, I think has, you know, almost you have to kinda, you have to pay to play and then you have to have a party and it has to be admittance, you know, with your Ft. It's, uh, I mean it's showing value of membership and that's kind of where they have to, to, to flex a little bit in our discord. [00:13:56] You posted what? Just looked like an epic picture of the fallacious. Party. Oh man. Yes, I should talk about that ferocious party. That was cool. So that was over in Brooklyn. The only time I only time I had to get outta Manhattan but I I'm sure there are some other Brooklyn events going on. Uh, but it was, it was a really cool event, big warehouse space. [00:14:17] It felt so well done. Like, I mean that you can see that they have done this before, but a. Very just professional check in it's it almost felt like a theme park as you're going through the line and it's got a road on the, um, on the little, you pretend road on the, um, that you're walking in as you get in line and you can go get your, your hazmat style suit to cover up and go, go to the paint store and get some different paint. [00:14:42] And there's all. Did you get a different amount of paint or anything different because of the NFT you held? Or was it just like knit one? All, no it, oh, okay. Yeah. Yeah. I was like, you get two spray cans or one spray can, yeah, that would've been interesting. 15 spray can that, you know, in the space, it was just these giant CA canvases, um, that anybody could paint on and you could see the ones that were there from the morning session, uh, that those were all drying there. [00:15:06] So it was, that was a really cool event. I think that's such a. Uh, I know such a, such a great way to get people into the space and a very different style party than than all the, than most of the others that we're just about, you know, being at a bar. I hear you. I hear you, uh, a little bit more though, cause I'm always curious about what types of collections bring, what types of collectors and is it basically the same crew? [00:15:32] That's. taping into absolutely everything. So you see the same faces or were there really, like, if I were to put, you know, those people in one room and be like, oh, those were probably fallacious people or those were probably degens people or whatever it is. Hmm. That's a good question. You know, I did run into, you know, I ran into some people at many events, many different events. [00:15:53] Oh, you're gonna name drop so hard. I'll I'll allow. Cause I'm excited to hear what they said. No, but could you, could you pick a collection by the collectors if I just put 'em in a room without any other info on you? Um Hmm. You know, it, it was, yeah. I mean, furocious, I thought was a, a, a more diverse crowd than, than I, than I say in the, and I, then I seen a lot, then I saw a lot of the other parties, I guess. [00:16:19] Um, and I mean that in like, I mean, also, I guess I was at a lot. Events that were somewhat similar. Some art blocks events at, at Samsung. And they'd had a lot at the Samsung building and they had a lot of similar people going to, to these events. Um, you know, and I think there, but there is kind of a, I mean, I've. [00:16:38] Seen in the past that there's definitely, um, the generative art collector seems to be a little bit older than, um, some of the, the PFP than most of the PFP projects I've found, um, for was, has had a big range of the big age range. Just big range of. Backgrounds of people like had, that had gotten into crypto in different ways I felt than, than some of the other places. [00:17:02] And I mean, I, I like being able to, you know, in a lot of these events, you're, you're waiting around for a while to get in. So a lot of talking with, yeah. Was there a lot of, a lot of waiting in lines? I heard some flood being thrown around being like, oh, they weren't ready to like process people and was like, More of a headache getting in around it should have been, you know, when I, when I had to check into NFT N YC, it was a, I went to the hotel and then at the Marriot marque, uh, outside times square, right by times square. [00:17:27] And, uh, what made the mistake of going to the hotel and then realizing that the end of the line was a good block and a half away. Um, so that was, but it, it did actually move pretty quickly. Um, so I was, I was impressed about how, by how quickly they were getting people through. I also feel like maybe we could move away from. [00:17:49] Having to pick up a badge and maybe use some other system for ticket technology device, but how would you prove that somebody owned the ticket that they had? I can't think of any way possible, only, and well, like what if somebody co duplicated it? Uh, how would you, yeah, we just need to prove digital ownership of this somehow. [00:18:11] Huh? yeah. I don't see a way to do this. Um, yeah, so it would be really, that's another thing that it would be nice, you know, in other places have definitely had had some lines, you know, there's some of that, but you know, it was, uh, Um, couple of the, the physical gallery places that I got to included a gallery, uh, that's owned by, uh, Adam Lindeman, a big art collector in the traditional world. [00:18:32] And then he's been getting into squiggles and they had about 300. Oh my gosh. On display there. I sell you on a squiggle so hard. And by the way, you dropped that tiny thing about, so CREs on, cause I've been trying to save up for my squiggle and oh, I know those really. So Florida have run. Yeah. Those, those well went from five E to 10, eighth, and now we're officially. [00:18:50] We're we're out there. Yep. It's it has run up. Um, let's see if the other, I was super rare. I didn't have the guts. I didn't have the guts to pull the trigger. If I was my, my reserve price was under five and it was like five and a half. And I'm like, I'm not doing it. Yeah. They, they, it was one of those ones that I guess people were waiting on for the once the E price dropped. [00:19:13] I think, I think it's all those people listening to three a, they know they're I should stop broadcasting my. That's probably it they're front running. Yeah. It's definitely what it, what it is. So you talked to some, go ahead. You talked to some awesome folks. I saw, you said you actually, uh, talked to snow and coldy yes. [00:19:33] Yeah. You had to talk to, to snow, Eric, uh, Eric. Snow pro he's the, the head of art blocks, the founder he's the, the, the artist behind the squiggles. Um, yeah, it was really good. Great to talk to him. I had never actually gotten to, to talk to him, uh, face to face before. Um, that was cool. He's really, I don't know, just, he's a great understanding of the, the space and he's just so excited about all these people that are showing up because of the project that, that he started, you know, last November or November, uh, 20 2020. [00:20:07] Getting that right. In 2020. Um, and you know, now he's looking at this giant 30 foot screen and showing off all these generative art pieces, and he's got all these great artists there and all these collectors there and, you know, it was pretty, um, it was a cool, cool event to, to see. And, you know, he was obviously pretty proud of, of what that, uh, platform has grown to, to be. [00:20:27] And, um, yeah, coldy was another one I've I've I've mentioned him in the past. I'm big fan of coldy. Um, so I. Got to meet him at the, uh, last FTA NYC event. Um, it's good to see him again there. I think I actually ran into him at an X copy collector meetup. Of course X copy was not there as he is a anonymous artist. [00:20:47] A non yeah. Yeah. And we're still working there, but you know, we've, I think, uh, artists, it can, it can probably work better than, uh, teams behind a project anyway, but, um, That was, yeah, that was cool. Getting to talk to, to people. What was on their minds? Like where, where do they see and how do you think they're spending their next, you know, 100 to 200. [00:21:09] I, I mean, they're, they've been through, they've been, they've been in the space for so long that, you know, I think they've, they've gotten, they've been on around they've, you know, they were doing this when nobody was paying. I mean, coldy especially was doing, it was when nobody was paying attention at all. [00:21:23] Nobody really knew what NFTs were and certainly not, you know, for. For art, like the key produces, um, you know, is, you know, people were, were aware of crypto punks and, and that PFP kind of thing. But I think he's been a lot, been a big, um, just big artist in, in, in being able to, or he's wait, sorry. What he impresses me is that he could. [00:21:44] Continues to create when nobody's paying attention, but he also understands the history of the crypto culture and he, he gets this side of it and, you know, he's excited to just keep creating more art and says, he's collecting a lot of stuff right now too. He said he just picked up, uh, a couple OUS pieces and he says, you know, he's a big collect and, um, So I think that's, you know, that's also encouraging to hear, you know, he's, he, he's looking at this as a buying opportunity right now. [00:22:10] And so for RO well, just the paint, right? His paint is his main thing, but does he have actual other projects floating around on like other, like. Yeah. So he's done a couple other drops on, um, on nifty before that paint drop and then has some, I know it has some super air pieces as well. Um, mm-hmm or one of ones, and it's a lot of this style. [00:22:32] Um, he actually did a shoe with artifact before they were acquired by Nike as well. Um, so it's got his say white shoe that has the, you know, paint. Painted his style, but you know, it's a, it was a you that, I mean, I think that's going to be a, a good collector piece over time, you know, as it is that artifact before it was Nike, you know, one of the early projects there and, and one of FIA's first, uh, projects too. [00:22:56] So yeah. Um, he has a few pieces like that, uh, that are, but we don't have an affordable project for you, but you know, that's great. We got, we got a little double downs in here. We're, we're dropping a lot of. I think enough alpha in these conversations. So we'll, we'll leave it in that actually. Um, but like maybe hunt down some of those pieces and take a look at it. [00:23:14] Um, and then for snowflake, like any idea, like the vision for, for art box, I feel like it's hard to maintain momentum, honestly, when you burn that hot data early, um, you know, how is how's he feeling about they? I think, you know, it's been a lot of learning, um, for them. Last summer, everything, every project that was put out would mint out immediately and the floor would run. [00:23:40] I mean, and it was for every project, even the, the RPL factory projects, which are generally not, not quite as highly desired as the, the period projects I would say in general. Um, but it was, you know, and then after that, I think they maybe. Were the projects, they were minting, maybe too many projects. And the sizes got a little too big because they had gotten used to everything minting out so quickly. [00:24:05] Um, so when, when things did change, there were more projects sitting around with. Incomplete. They still had a lot like hundreds of pieces to mint and, you know, it's hard to, hard to build momentum when you're doing it that way. So they have really tried to pair down the number of collections they're doing and how many pieces are in the collection. [00:24:23] Um, they did one just the other day as part of, uh, opening their art blocks gallery at pace or sorry, pace gallery at art blocks. Um, that was 196 pieces. And I think. That like 1.5. And it seems like they're doing this much more often now and going, yeah, they're reducing the quantity, tightening the quality and really it's about the curated, just to, to note in the art box line, you have the, the curated game, which is like much higher tier from the selection and availability versus the projects, which is just much more open and easier to, to apply and then through. [00:25:00] Yeah, exactly. Yeah. So they, I think they've, you know, He's recognizing, you know, that they're learning from all this, but, um, you know, it was also, I mean, part of what was really cool about being in that Samsung building was Samsung is showing off their tech. Um, so they've got their 30 foot screen showing these, these art blocks Mo you know, moving pieces and, you know, standing right next to it. [00:25:21] You really couldn't see any of the pixels. And, you know, he was excited about that aspect too, of just, you know, where we're going with being able to display, display these pieces. Not just on our, on our phones or our computers, you know? Yeah. Any other cool tech that you saw there or any, um, any, any fo I just imagine a lot of shilling, uh there's there is a lot of shilling and you know, all the way all the time. [00:25:44] Yeah. And you know, there's even a lot of that on, I don't know, on. In places where it didn't necess surprise me at times, I guess. Um, during some of the, uh, the talks, how much there was just people trying to show projects or show new new tech. But, um, maybe I shouldn't be surprised by that. That's all. Did you, did you buy anything? [00:26:02] I didn't see any action on your, on your wallet, you up to anything? No, I feel like this is, this is probably, uh, slowed. Slowed the pace of NFT sales a bit with bringing all the, all the collectors to a place in real life, you know, and we're supposed to put that back into our, our separate corners and get in our computers guys. [00:26:22] The market's dropping. You gotta go home. You can't stay here. You don't have to go home. We can't, we gotta keep buying. Cuz the market' yeah. Stalled from one conference. [00:26:30] All right. Would you go again? Yeah, I think I, I would, and you know, I was, I was wondering, um, I was thinking about that recently. I was kind of wondering if they'll start expanding this into more days just because it is, there's so many events right now, and there's so much overlap, um, that it feels like it's going to, to grow in some way. [00:26:50] Not that I want to go for longer, but it's you, you see how it's just, it's, uh, it's really growing the number of events and, and the number of people that are, that're interested in this. So I, I would definitely go. Yeah, well, something tells me they're gonna have another one in six months. So yeah, it's a crypto year, right? [00:27:09] just keep, keep, keep going. Um, all right. Anything, uh, takeaways that you had from the, the conference? Any, any other moments of alpha. Or beta? No, unfortunately, you know, I wish I had more alpha to share, but, uh, you know, it's, you gotta be careful what , what you take away from, from everybody's shilling, right? [00:27:30] yeah. Let's just see how the, let's see how the, the market plays out first. All right. Well, very cool. Thank you for sharing all that. I feel like I got a little idea of, of how it went. I'm gonna go to one of these eventually. I'm gonna. Gonna wait till they figure out ticketing though, when they have the technology, right. [00:27:51] someone can come up with it, right.

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 40:30


Stalled Social Life It's Friday night and you're home, alone, zero invitations to go anywhere, it's just you, your seltzer, and Netflix. Again. You feel like your social life is stalled, you're stuck in a rut of boring, and your regular activities just aren't doing it for you right now. But what do you do? How do you "have more fun"? And what about the crippling social anxiety you get when you go places where other people are?? Well, you're in the right place, my friend, because in this episode we aren't only talking about how to find more things to do, but I'm also giving you the lowdown on how to get your anxiety in check once you get there. If that little voice in your head is saying: What the heck do I do now? Everything I do involves drinking. Everyone I know, drinks. How do I have fun, if I'm not drinking? Then you'll want to listen up, because I'm giving you all the answers. Not only are we taking a deep dive in some powerful ways to find fun things to do, but I'm giving you a step-by-step checklist on how to start breaking down your anxiety so that you can start planning fun events without that feeling of sheer panic. I'm the master of faking a headache to leave early because my anxiety has all the power. But with a few simple actions, I put my anxiety on the back burner and I'm going to teach you how to do the same. When you want to get out in the world, have fun and meet people it's important to make sure you are doing things you love and not getting stuck in people-pleasing mode. As a bonus, I'm going to give you a couple of quick questions to ask yourself to make sure you are doing things for yourself and not for others. Then we'll talk about strategies to break down your anxiety on a daily basis so that you feel confident going out in the world, and then we dig into some super simple strategies to get you out of your pajama pants and surrounded by two-legged friends who actually speak your language. And then there's a special bonus for you in the Facebook group, if you're not a member you can join here.   

BjjBrick Podcast- BJJ, Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, martial arts, no-gi and good times!
BjjBrick Quick 249 Elements of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Change- Stalled results as teammates catch up

BjjBrick Podcast- BJJ, Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, martial arts, no-gi and good times!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 4:52


The Not Your Average Lives Podcast
What Does It Mean To Ignite Your Soul With Laurie Wright

The Not Your Average Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 34:06


EP228: Today I have no guest interview because I have an important topic I want to talk about - what it means to be ignited. It's top of mind because I have a free training on this very subject coming up in a week, and it might just be the right next step for anyone who listens to this episode and feels unignited. the definition of ignited real life examples of what it feels like when you aren't ignited what I've learned about the subject  what to know if you're feeling unignited  Why is it that so many of us feel guilty for wanting more?  There is nothing wrong with wanting more and wanting to feel more excitement in your life. It's time to make getting that internal wick lit your #1 priority! If you'd like to review the words I shared on the episode, I've included them here as follows: Anxious, Average, Ambivalent, Annoyed, Apathetic, Ambiguous, Bored, Beaten, Blah, Behind, Busy, Burned Out, Challenged, Confused Chaotic, Changing, Conflicted, Depressed, Depleted, Discouraged, Disappointed, Done, Dead, Dull, Displaced, Directionless, Exhausted, Existing, Empty, Fatigued, Frustrated, Frantic, Floundering, Fearful, Frumpy, Hopeless, Inactive, Low, Lost, In Limbo, Left out, Lackluster, Lonely, Mediocre, Meh, On hold, Overwhelmed, Old, Passionless, Pensive, Regretful, Stagnant, So so, Stuck, Sad, Stale, Searching, Stalled, Stormy, Struggling, Scattered, Slow, Sluggish, Treading Water, Taxed, Tired, Uninspired, Uncertain, Undirected, Unaccepting, Unsettled, Used, Ugh, Unclear, Unsatisfied, Unfulfilled, Unmotivated, Unsure, Useless, Unhappy   If you'd like to join my free training, go to: https://igniteyoursecondhalfsoul.com If you'd like to connect or reach out to ME, you can find me at: Website: www.notyouraveragegrandma.com                 Facebook: www.facebook.com/LaurieColvinWright                Instagram: www.instagram.com/not_your_average_grandma                 Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/NotYourAverageGrandma            Note: Not Your Average Grandma is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

Living Lean
Our System For Troubleshooting Stalled Fat Loss

Living Lean

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 35:58


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Civic
While SF Fought COVID, HIV Prevention Efforts Stalled

Civic

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 37:39


HIV activists and healthcare professionals are warning city officials that while everyone is paying attention to COVID-19, rates of HIV infection and HIV related illness have been creeping in the wrong direction. We talk to Monica Gandhi, the director of the center for AIDS research at UCSF, about the history of HIV research in San Francisco, how the pandemic affected resources, and her advice for a path forward. We also hear from HIV survivors and SF officials about the importance of inclusion when it comes to funding decisions.

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,864 - Ballot Count Stalled in PA Primary; The Biden-Inflation Ravaging the Economy

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 54:46 Very Popular


We discuss the Pennsylvania race, the economy, and more.  Our Guests are: Ben Harnwell, Steve Cortes, David Zere, AG Ken Paxton Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 5/18/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,864 - Ballot Count Stalled in PA Primary; The Biden-Inflation Ravaging the Economy

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 54:46


We discuss the Pennsylvania race, the economy, and more.  Our Guests are: Ben Harnwell, Steve Cortes, David Zere, AG Ken Paxton Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 5/18/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Why the fight against COVID appears to have stalled in the U.S.

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 6:52


The CDC on Monday formally confirmed today that COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have surpassed 1 million. That's roughly the American death toll in the Civil War and World War II combined. It's the highest reported death toll of any country, and comes as cases are again on the rise. Dr. Eric Topol, founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, joins William Brangham to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders