Spoiler: "Continual protection, warmth, and well-being" are the benefits of knowing Love! The trick is shifting into the awareness of It and STAYING (t)here. Until even the shifting is witnessed from the Love that you are. And once you build this momentum, It builds a new life for Itself as you, with service as the foundation."Becoming fully human is effortless once you reach momentum—when you become aware of your Eufeeling (Love) automatically when needed. For instance, when you are first introduced to Eufeeling, even though it has been with you your whole life, it takes a little conscious direction on your part to become aware of it. This will not always be the case. In fact, in a very short time you will be aware of Eufeeling whenever you think of it. It is like putting on a coat on a chilly day. When you first put the coat on, you can feel its weight and warmth. After some time you forget about the coat and go about your business. But the coat is always with you, keeping you warm. Whenever you like, you can have the thought, Am I wearing my coat, and is it keeping me warm? Immediately your awareness effortlessly shifts to your coat and you know it to be there. Then you become aware that the coat is keeping you warm. The coat is like pure awareness, and the warmth is Eufeeling. Once your mind is accustomed to it, which could be almost immediately, it skips becoming aware of the coat and just becomes aware of the warmth—the reason you put the coat on in the first place.Now let's say that you are used to living in the tropics but find yourself stranded in a secluded cabin in the deep north in winter. You come back from a walk and find that the lock to your cabin is frozen, and the key will not turn. This could be dangerous, and you immediately experience a flurry of anxious thoughts about your possible demise. Despite your envious tan, the thought of becoming a human Popsicle is not at all appealing. You become quite agitated and start running around pounding on doors and windows trying to get into the safety and warmth of your cabin. Then you remember that you are not wearing a Tommy Bahama pink-flamingo-patterned shirt but an arctic-proof coat to protect you against the cold. You realize that you are actually quite warm, and your mind begins to calm down. In that calmness you remember that you have a lighter in your coat pocket. You remove the lighter and heat your key and insert it into the lock. The warm key melts the ice and the lock turns, welcoming you into the warmth of your cabin.Okay, I know this is an absurd analogy, but it will help to make my point about momentum. Becoming aware of your coat and the warmth it provided was calming for you. Your mind settled down and was able to think more clearly. Spontaneously you remembered the lighter in your coat pocket, and the solution to your problem was at hand.If you do not do Quantum Entrainment (Awareness aware of Itself) and are not aware of Eufeeling, it is like living in the arctic in a short-sleeved flamingo shirt all the time. Because you are underprepared, you are faced with one problem after another and live mostly in some state of agitation. You are completely at the mercy of the elements and sooner or later will end up looking like a flamingo-flavored Popsicle.When you first start doing QE and becoming aware of Eufeeling, it is like you live in your flamingo shirt but put on your coat when you have a challenge confront you. You forget you have a coat until you have a problem. When you reach momentum, it is like you are always wearing your coat. You reap the benefits of continual protection, warmth, and well-being."Excerpt from Dr. Frank Kinslow's The Kinslow System-- highly recommended!I Love you, Niknikki@curlynikki.com
I was scrolling through Instagram the other day and looking at some of the accounts in my feed…. And the overwhelming thought was ‘wow this all feels very heavy' - and I started to think.... About my own account, about infertility and about our feelings in general.Validation is SO important. It's important that we share with people the difficult emotions of infertility. The trauma, the divorce and PTSD - it's so important that we meet people where they're at.But I also think it's SO important… that we show the other side. Because then it just stays heavy.Almost like… I know what it feels like to be stuck in a well…. It's hard.But also…. Let me help you get out of the well.Let me help you cope whilst you're in the wellLet me help you find hope and positivity while you're in the wellI think those messages are also important.And perhaps somewhere along the way, with cancel culture and the rise of the concept of toxic positivity… I wonder whether the message that it's ok to want to feel positive and uplifted…. Has had the volume turned down.Staying positive all the time is exhausting and not necessarily a healthy strategy, however it's my true belief that it IS possible to feel better through infertility, and more positive and more hopeful - and I've seen it with the hundreds of clients who've engaged in my programs and left testimonials and reviews.So, if you're feeling like it's all a little heavy and you'd like some strategies - some easy to implement and practical tips on how to feel a little more positive through infertility, this episode is for you.
This episode of Just Posted Sleepy and Dosia discuss • The backlash of Lizzo's lack of clothing • Ali and Nelly beefing once again. • The legacy of the St. Lunatics • Bow Wow upset about his time on stage on the Millennium Tour • Kyrie Irving standing tall?? • Darius Miles and twenty other NBA players indicted • Anthony Davis vs. Dwight Howard • Fellas, don't be afraid about the new rose sex toy that has entered the market. Email the show at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Follow just Posted on Instagram @justpostedpodcast Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558 Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395 Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1 Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1
Ok Parents! It's time to slow things down and settle into another episode of Parenting our Future meant to improve your life and bring you more joy and happiness. Returning to the show is meditation and mindfulness expert, Josephine Atluri. She is sharing with us the keys to being a mindful parent so you can have more joy raising your children. We have such a fun discussion where we talk about, How to regain focus Giving yourself a break Managing stress and anxiety Staying cool when emotions run hot communicating mindfully How to Consciously Connect with your kids Cultivating Gratitude, joy and peace Download Josephine's “Mindfulness Tools” worksheets for free from The Parent Toolbox - www.parent-toolbox.com About Josephine Atluri Josephine Atluri is an expert in meditation and mindfulness, helping thousands of people overcome adversity to find joy. Josephine's group, individual and corporate meditation sessions and online courses teach simple and practical coping mechanisms for stress, anxiety and loss. After working with Josephine, clients have experienced improvements in mindset, health and mental well-being, sleep, productivity, and their ability to handle life's challenges. Josephine's new book, “The Mindful Parenting Journal” helps overwhelmed parents consciously connect to themselves and their children. Contact information: Email: email@example.com Social Media: Website: https://www.jatluri.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josephineratluri/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/empoweringyourfertility/ Josephine's Podcast: Responding to Life: Talking Health, Fertility, and Parenthood YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSwu7XQNYOe2ARMzc9oBaDw/featured?view_as=subscriber Thanks for listening! It means so much to me that you listened to my podcast! If you would like to purchase my book or other parenting resources, visit me at www.yellingcurebook.com With this podcast, my intention is to build a community of parents that can have open and honest conversations about parenting without judgement or criticism. We have too much of that! I honor each parent and their path towards becoming the best parent they can be. My hope is to inspire more parents to consider the practice of Peaceful Parenting. If you know somebody who would benefit from this message, or would be an awesome addition to our community, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe on the podcast app on your mobile device. Leave a review I appreciate every bit of feedback to make this a value adding part of your day. Ratings and reviews from listeners not only help me improve, but also help others find me in their podcast app. If you have a minute, an honest review on iTunes goes a long way! Thank You!! To rate and review my show go to: https://ratethispodcast.com/parentingourfuture.
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Over the past several episodes you have learned so much about tax planning in retirement. You learned why tax planning is important, all about the hidden tax bombs, and tools that you can use to defuse those tax bombs. Now it's time to incorporate all of this newfound knowledge into your retirement plan. Andy Panko from Tenon Financial joins me once again to discuss how to incorporate tax planning into your retirement plan. Press play to hear how you can create a retirement plan that incorporates tax planning. How to become comfortable with uncertainty Oftentimes people are looking for a hard and fast rule to follow to make their retirement plan foolproof; however, there is no magical number or rule to create an iron-clad retirement plan. We can't predict the unknowable, so we have to become comfortable with the uncertainty that retirement brings. To help you conquer that uncertainty, it is important to build a process that will help you make better decisions. The way that you can do this is by creating a retirement plan of record and testing projections and what-if scenarios. By setting up a decision-making framework, you will be able to manage your retirement finances in an uncertain world. Tax planning is a way to optimize your retirement plan Before you can start tax planning you need to ensure that you have the basics in place. As long as you can first map out the fundamentals of retirement planning like your expenses, your retirement paycheck, and your asset allocation you will then be able to optimize your retirement journey with tax planning. Remember that tax planning isn't the main part of retirement planning, it is simply a way to enhance your retirement experience and financial plan in retirement. Choose a retirement planning tool and stick with it There are plenty of tools on the market that can help you create your retirement plan and projections. In the Rock Retirement Club we use the paid version of the New Retirement Calculator, but there is also a free version that you can use. You may be happy by creating a simple spreadsheet to help guide you. Just like there is no perfect retirement plan, there is also no perfect retirement planning tool. Whatever you decide to use, stick with that tool the way that you stick with the same scale to check your weight. You don't want to flip flop back and forth between different calculators since the numbers may not look the same. Make an educated guess Even though you can't predict what will happen in the future with tax legislation, you can make educated guesses about what would work best for you based on your own situation. Educated guesses are not just guesses. By using your retirement plan of record and modeling what-if scenarios you know that you are doing your best to make the best decisions for your retirement. Your decisions won't always be the ‘right' decisions, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't plan in the first place. By creating a retirement plan of record and making projections you will be able to create a model that you can work from. Staying agile is the most important way to establish a successful plan so that you can rock retirement. OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE RETIREMENT ANSWER MAN PRACTICAL PLANNING SEGMENT [4:30] Build a process to make better retirement decisions [7:52] Create a resilient plan [11:11] What if scenarios are important to creating a retirement plan [17:35] Educated guessing is a big part of retirement planning [24:24] Action items [30:05] How to choose a financial advisor or tool to help you plan TODAY'S SMART SPRINT SEGMENT [31:40] Start the process of getting a plan of record in place Resources Mentioned In This Episode Tenon Financial BOOK - Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke BOOK - How to Decide by Annie Duke The New Retirement Calculator Rock Retirement Club Roger's YouTube Channel - Roger That BOOK - Rock Retirement by Roger Whitney Work with Roger Roger's Retirement Learning Center
Being informed about social matters might not seem like a top business priority. But for many creative entrepreneurs who value world change, staying informed is an essential part of daily work. In this episode, Emily of Being Boss chats with copywriter and social justice dream catcher Teresa Decker. They have a powerful discussion about why being informed matters, what you (as a business owner) can do about it, and how leaders can utilize credible sources to fuel their larger mission. They also explain how the new email resource, Brewed, came to be and how it's helping entrepreneurs in the community improve their business and mindset in today's world. Get full shownotes for this episode here >>—Listen to more Being Boss shows on our website, on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow Being Boss on Instagram: @beingbossclubJoin the Being Boss Community: beingboss.club/community
We're back with another guest episode! This week, Anya and Kylie chat with Kennedy Meehan, the founder of The Azure Agency. The girls discuss the highlights and lowlights of starting your own business, graduating into the pandemic, remaining authentic in business, and more. If you've ever wondered what being an entrepreneur is really like, this is the episode for you! Follow Kennedy! Instagram - @kennedymeehan Check out The Azure Agency! www.theazureagency.com Instagram - @theazureagency **This episode contains Grey's Anatomy Spoilers lol Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode, and follow us on Instagram @twodegreeshotter! If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, leave us a review - it really helps us out! Use code "TDH15" to get 15% off your purchase at https://vivforyourv.com/ If you have any suggestions for topics you want to hear us cover, feel free to send them using this link: https://bit.ly/2WAjznf.
So many believers become weighed down with the affairs of daily life and with the Christian walk. I found it to be a price that has to be paid to be associated with Christ and often times that price involves suffering. This is not encouraging to the natural man but to the spiritual man this becomes very encouraging to suffer for Christ. On this episode we will find out that no matter what comes our way we must Stay in the Press!!!God Bless!!!
Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi welcomed on Laurence Holmes for transition, where they discussed the bad Sunday across the Chicago sports landscape. They also shared and reacted to an announcement about the future of the Bulls on 670 The Score. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chivalry is the combination of qualities expected of a knight: courage, honor, courtesy, justice, and readiness to help the weak. So, is it dead? Can it live on through Tinder? Staying friends with your exes can be fine and healthy, right? Is marriage is no longer necessary? Are you a better husband or a better father? Can you be both at the same time? The BITM crew answers these and other questions that challenge the status quo of what it is supposed to mean to be a man and a women in todays world.
The Guys Like Us is joined with Brandon Bowers who is an author, pastor, and church planter. In this episode we talk all things leadership and launching something from the ground up. Leaders, however you are leading whether at home, in business, at church, in your community, or wherever else, be encouraged! As you know, we all have been believed lies about ourselves that have impacted our ability to lead well. Staying rooted in the truth of God's purpose desire to raise leaders, let us walk in faith and trust in His plans. Tune in to learn more about what can set us apart as leaders and ambassadors of good work.
Diana discusses how her psyche and ego were greatly affected when life changed and she decided to stay home with five kids. How do we pivot when we loose our purpose and feel lost midlife? #momlife #midlife #careermom #stayathomemom #momoffive
When businesses are represented by leaders from within the communities they serve, those businesses thrive. PepsiCo and the National Restaurant Association have been honoring successful restaurant industry professionals of diverse backgrounds for 14 years now with the Faces of Diversity Award. Today on Order Up, Merary Simeon, VP of global diversity, equity, and inclusion at PepsiCo, and Elisia Flores, CEO of L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, join us to discuss the importance of recognizing the health and economic disparities that disproportionately affect minority communities, investing in these communities to counter this, and ensuring diverse voices are represented within every organization. (01:49) -https://chooserestaurants.org/Industry-Involvement/Awards/faces-of-diversity-awards ( Faces of Diversity Awards) (04:43) - American dream come true (06:28) -https://www.hawaiianbarbecue.com/ ( The comfort food of Hawaii) (08:00) - Generational passion (09:59) - Angel in disguise (12:11) - Rejoining L & L (15:18) - A big unknown (16:50) - Staying in the fight (19:59) - Franchisee focused (24:50) -https://mfha.net/pathways-to-black-franchise-ownership-program/ ( Pathways to Black Franchisee Ownership Program ) (27:04) -https://www.hawaiianbarbecue.com/franchise/ ( Become an L & L Hawaiian Barbecue franchisee) (28:16) - Diversity, equity, and inclusion This podcast is not intended to provide medical or legal advice, and nothing in this podcast shall be deemed to create or grant any rights to any third parties. Podcast listeners are encouraged to do their own research, and where appropriate, obtain the advice or guidance of legal counsel or the input of other experts with respect to their practices and/or applicable laws. Listeners are encouraged to consider the applicability and suitability of the information provided for their own individual circumstances, and the National Restaurant Association, Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance and their affiliates cannot warrant the applicability of the information to any particular listener or party. Given the rapidly evolving nature of the pandemic, guidance may change as our understanding of unique challenges that COVID-19 poses within each country, state, and locality evolves. If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to https://www.restaurant.org/events/learning/podcasts/order-up (Order Up) in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/order-up/id1511211971 (Apple Podcasts), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9IcFhHRHhqVQ (Google Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/3SOAkud8tkbaLCaU8W4Ne5 (Spotify) or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/order-up/id1511211971 (Apple Podcasts). It really helps others find the show. https://www.dante32.com/ (Podcast episode production by Dante32.)
Adult friendships are important, but they're hard. Our lives are full and much more complicated than they were in our younger years. Creating and cultivating true friendships can be tough, so let's break down some steps to make it happen in a genuine way. ------ Get in on a Group Strategy Sprint here! And don't forget to follow our brand new morning route kit Me Time! Like what you're hearing? Don't forget to let us know by writing a 5-star review! And subscribe to get our daily pod for your AM routine! Follow your host Ashli here and follow Team AP for more business advice! Do you know your archetype yet? Take the quiz here to streamline your biz. Looking for more? Check out the latest from TeamAP here and make sure to follow us on IG! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedailyhype/message
Staying on this journey with Christ takes risk! What are the risks that we need to consider and are we willing to step out in faith, assume these risks and live the life that God has prepared for us? Or are we going to settle for safe, manageable and comfortable Christianity? The risk is great, yes. But the reward is far greater. To learn more about the Southern CT Church of Christ, visit us as sctcoc.org.
Tom Herbert is known as the usefulcoach, and is a leader in climbing sports nutrition. We talked about common themes in clients he works with, his philosophy of getting climbers to eat more calories to support a higher training volume, muscle protein synthesis, carbohydrate recommendations and timing, food quality, leucine supplementation, and much more. Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportWe are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Bryan Fast (he's the first one!)Become a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/tom-herbert-part-1Nuggets:5:37 – The ambiance of Boulder, CO6:41 – Tom's night at an outdoor club8:39 – The ClimbSci podcast (Tom's old podcast project)10:23 – How Tom's nutrition approach has changed since the ClimbSci podcast days, and seeking critique on Reddit12:30 – How I connected with Tom via Hazel Findlay, and my goal for this conversation15:04 – Who is Tom Herbert (@usefulcoach), and getting climbers to eat more to get more out of life19:45 – Common themes in the clients Tom works with22:56 – How climbers tend to eat the least amount of food they can get away with, and the weight of food and water 27:36 – Book recommendations are not real life, and Tom's experiment with a cycling diet of very high carb30:56 – Michael Phelps, and Tom's central message of eating more so we can do more training38:34 – Weight vs. lean mass and body composition44:53 – Gaining lean body mass while training47:45 – Progress in your training plan as a prime metric50:53 – My experience with being stronger and lean but “fluffy around the middle”, Tom's experience working with physique athletes, and breaking down the ideals we have in our heads as climbers55:47 – The disconnect between looking badass and being badass, and “we tend to want to look like we climb harder than we actually climb.”58:35 – “Is this everything I can do with my body?”, “Am I doing everything I can do to be healthy?”, and excepting our bodies1:01:33 – Fat loss is not a linear process1:02:24 – Aidan Roberts' DEXA scan, and the cost of dieting1:06:34 – Accounting for different bodies looking different at the same body fat percentage, and the selection bias of naturally lean people in pro climbing1:10:42 – Tracking absolute strength, and focusing on improving the quality and the volume of your training over time1:14:57 – Staying the same weight at higher calories, and reaching a new homeostasis if you do increase weight1:17:44 – My experience with gaining weight, finding a new homeostasis, and getting stronger than ever before1:20:20 – Energy availability, and how many calories Tom has his athletes eat on a rest day and training day (using me as an example)1:29:17 – Protein, muscle-protein synthesis, and eating protein 4-5 times per day1:37:57 – Tom's thoughts on my daily protein intake1:40:29 – Waving carb amounts, and Tom's recommendations for me for daily carbs1:44:21 – Saturating the climbing/training session with glucose, and the benefits of a low carb dinner1:51:28 – Tom's thoughts on carb backloading1:57:08 – Two questions about carbs, and the main 2 reasons why Tom likes to wave carb amounts2:04:20 – Summary of Tom's carb strategy, and thoughts on skipping breakfast 2:06:28 – Food quality2:08:12 – Patron question from Tyler: Thoughts on protein powders and artificial flavoring?2:13:19 – Why Tom doesn't like BCAA's2:15:51 – More on food quality and nutrient density2:20:49 – Seed oils2:22:19 – Tom's stance on meat and animal products2:24:34 – Beans, legumes, and anti-nutrients2:27:06 – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)2:31:34 – Gratitude
We put the finishing touches on this year's “Scary Movie Month” with a gab about a dynamite zombie flick from South Korea. Train To Busan is just as much an action movie as it is a horror movie. Director Yeon Sang-ho keeps up the intense pace by having his frenzied film play out almost in real time. He also hits most of the usual zombie beats by layering in class issues and the fear of your fellow fellows. In fact, the “they might be infected, so stay away from them” plotline hits awfully close to home the past year and a half. So wrap your wrists in tape and punch your way through a zombie horde with the 413th Ellises' Analysis ringing through your ears. Or through your braaaaaains…braaaaaains… Well, Actually: One Cut Of The Dead is Japanese and we highly recommended seeking it out. Staying away from the running dead would be a lot easier if you caffeined up, so we strongly suggest that you buy loads of Sparkplug Coffee. They'll even give you a 20% discount if you drop our promo code (“top100project”) into the appropriate link. Twitter, huh? Yes. Find us @moviefiend51 and @bevellisellis Our website is top100project.com Ryan also reviews sporty pics over on Scoring At The Movies
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Melissa Soalt is a women's self-defense pioneer, a black belt hall of fame recipient, former trauma psychotherapist, and the creator of Fierce & Female Self Defense. She is a forerunner in full-force padded assailant scenario training, her approach is both practical and transformational. She has taught thousands of women how to safeguard their boundaries, protect themselves from danger and resist attack while reconnecting women with deep-seated, primal and emotional powers to live safer, bolder, and fuller lives and to reverse female fear. Melissa is an outspoken advocate for self-defense as physical feminism, she has been featured in national and international media and has also taught in Europe, India, Nepal, and Kenya. She provides customized online training and corporate consulting and is at work on a manifesto for women. In this episode, Melissa and I discuss: Pre-assault indicators, the power of fear, and innate awareness. Staying focused and alert for street crimes Signs that someone is going to physically attack you Seeing the whole person Key Takeaways: Pre-assault indicators go beyond physical cues, manipulation and terror tactics are part of it. Fear is pervasive, it affects every decision you make in your life. We need to have an innate awareness, attuned fully to our intuition. The feeling of unease, or discomfort are important factors. . When you feel like a person is trying to distract you, do these things: watch their hands, have a neutral face, see as wide as possible, create a bit of distance, and observe scouting. Watch out for signs of when someone's about to attack you. They will often be anxious, build up adrenaline, and so will be shifting from foot to foot, going into a boxer's stance. You may also notice their jaw clenching forward and an unmistakable tension. You want to see the whole person if you want to remain safe and prepared from any sudden movements that they may do, watch their shoulders - they'll go back before striking. “Most of us don't go around punching things, choking people, grabbing people from behind. But we need to learn what that looks like so that if we're out in the street, or a shopping mall, and somebody has this intention, we'll see it faster - if we have that kind of training." — Cynthia Jolicoeur Rood Connect with Melissa Soalt: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fierceandfemale/ Website: http://www.fierceandfemale.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-soalt-aka-dr-ruthless-a457456/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTwPfQoC4d7TTj6KPoR1J5w CONNECT WITH CYNTHIA: If you'd like to chat with Cynthia, sign up for your Personal Safety Preparedness Consultation with her today! Remember to subscribe to "Born to Be A Badass" so that you don't miss a single episode, and join us in the "Born to Be A Badass Collective" group on Facebook. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! If you work in the self-defense world, are a survivor, a healer or otherwise BADASS woman and you would like to be interviewed by Cynthia, reach out at email@example.com To learn more about previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to Apple Podcasts or here. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin
This week on the Fun Friday Pod I make the case for STAYING SINGLE AS AN ADULT. Well, kinda. I mean it's up to you. But it can be legit kid.Follow me on Insta:@dannypalmernyc@thedannypalmershow Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thedannypalmershow)
Today is a special treat because today I have a friend and trusted colleague, Janet E. Stout PhD, president of Special Pathogens Laboratory and research associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. An infectious disease microbiologist, Dr. Stout is recognized worldwide for seminal discoveries and pioneering research in Legionella. Her expertise includes prevention and control strategies for Legionnaires' disease in building water systems. Dr. Stout's more than thirty years of research is published in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals. She also has authored textbook chapters on Legionella and Legionnaires' disease, including the Legionella chapter in the APIC Text. An advocate for prevention, Dr. Stout assisted in developing the first Legionella prevention guideline (1993) in the United States, which continues to serve as a model for national and global health agencies and organizations. Additionally, she serves on the ASHRAE Legionella standard committee for Legionella Guideline 12 and the SPC 188 committee for ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188-2015 Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems, the first U.S. standard for Legionella risk management. She is the first instructor of the ASSE 12080 Legionella water Safety and Management Specialist Certification training, and TODAY she has agreed to come on the show and share some key updates that our entire industry should be aware of. Bottom line: Dr. Janet E. Stout is on a mission to end Legionnaires' disease by using science and education to prevent future outbreaks. Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client. -Trace Timestamps: James' Challenge: “Perform condensate survey throughout a facility.” [2:02] Re-introducing my friend and trusted colleague, Legionella Expert, the accomplished Dr. Janet E. Stout [6:00] Why join a peer to peer groups for business solutions and professional growth [13:30] ASHRAE 188 updates [18:40] Legislation regulation for Legionella updates [23:22] 12080 Certification [29:55] CDC updates [31:20] Understanding “Percent Positivity” [34:30] The Joint Commission updates [36:37] What does a CWT need to know? [40:20] Staying on top of industry changes [43:15] Standard 514 [45:05] Talking to our clients about changes [47:00] How to stay in the know about local and state changes? [50:33] Lightning round questions [54:00] Quotes: “I'm on a mission to end Legionnaires' disease.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “It frustrates me that someone has to die in order for changes to be made.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “Change is coming. Some through standards and guidance, and some by regulatory authorities and joint commission.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “We need to raise the bar so that everybody is at the same level of basic understanding of Legionella and Legionnaires disease water management.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “We advance because we say to ourselves ‘There are things we don't know' and we seek out the knowledge for those that do and thereby get better at our jobs.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “A water treatment professional needs to be an educator of their client.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout Connect with Janet Stout PhD: Phone: 412.281.5335 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.specialpathogenslab.com Links Mentioned: Episode 121 with Dr. Janet Stout Standard 188-2021 -- Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems (ANSI Approved) Special Pathogens Laboratory - Education Puzzled By Legionella Wednesday webinar series The Rising Tide Mastermind Submit a Show Idea AWT (Association of Water Technologies) Events: The Hang Networking Event- @6pm 11.11.21 Michael Warady's Business Webinar -@11am 10.29.21 Smart Water Utilities, Europe (Netherlands) -1.26.22-1.27.22 Books Mentioned: Puzzled By Legionella - Janet E Stout PhD From Good To Great - Jim Collins Traction - Gino Wickman
Wake & Bake America 1261 https://www.dudegrows.com/support Or Go To www.Patreon.com/dudegrowsshow The Dude & Scotty Real Are Hanging Out, Waking & Baking & Talking About a Teacher In South Carolina Getting Caught Giving Out Edible Candy To Her Students & Charged With Schedule 1 Possession, New Nano Robots That Are Small Enough To Be Injected Into Your Blood Stream & What It Means To Be Healthy & Happy & How Cannabis Can Be Incorporated Into Both & More On Todays Episode Of Wake & Bake America
Wake & Bake America 1261 https://www.dudegrows.com/support Or Go To www.Patreon.com/dudegrowsshow The Dude & Scotty Real Are Hanging Out, Waking & Baking & Talking About a Teacher In South Carolina Getting Caught Giving Out Edible Candy To Her Students & Charged With Schedule 1 Possession, New Nano Robots That Are Small Enough To Be Injected Into Your Blood Stream & What It Means To Be Healthy & Happy & How Cannabis Can Be Incorporated Into Both & More On Todays Episode Of Wake & Bake America
Do you want REAL happiness and fulfillment? Imagine how incredible it would feel to stand by your commitments, brand, and values KNOWING that you've created them with integrity and purpose! Become unbreakable so that you can do hard s*** and LIVE a vision driven life. If you'd like to join world-renowned Entrepreneurs at the next Genius Network Event or want to learn more about Genius Network, go to www.GeniusNetwork.com. Here's a glance at what you'll learn from Joe in this episode: Living life to the fullest from VISION - defining who you TRULY are Realizing your own potential Staying fit and healthy to become a better Entrepreneur Making a difference in this world Challenging yourself with extraordinary goals! BE who you really are to build a Team of family
Growth happens where you stay planted and water. In relationships, we have the opportunity to give access, authority, and accountability; as well as take initiative, interest, and inventory. Pastor Bryce continues with session 3 of Fall Retreat.
Venturing out of our comfort zones can be difficult in the best of times and COVID has made it even more challenging. In this episode, Janine and Shannon discuss weighing rewards and risks, as well as some of the joys of venturing out. Discussion topics include: • Janine's thrill over the fact she was able to buy a new Nissan Leaf! • How buying an electric car caused her to venture out of her comfort zone • The benefit of seeing venturing out as a fun challenge • How great it feels to drive an electric vehicle • Thinking about the resources you have available to you to make venturing out feel less risky • Two ways to venture out of your comfort zone: Just go for it or take baby steps • Venturing out to events in this post-pandemic world • Shannon's visit to a pumpkin patch (complete with corn maze) • How COVID has made venturing out even more uncomfortable • Staying open to the possibility you'll have a good time • Paying attention to the rewards rather than the risks of venturing out • How Janine turned down the opportunity to go the symphony recently while Shannon is doing the opposite: She's off to New York to see multiple Broadway shows! • Letting go of trying to get everything perfect before you venture out Check out the show notes at www.gettingtogoodenough.com for a picture of the spectacular sunset at the pumpkin patch!
Chris Helfrich is the master of using creativity and imagination to solve problems. As CEO of Starlight Children's Foundation, Chris led an effort to make hospital gowns more comfortable and playful for kids. Today, Chris is CEO of Stephen and Ayesha Curry's Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation where last month Chris, Stephen, and Ayesha launched the Eat. Learn. Play. Bus, a one-of-a-kind mobile resource center delivering critical resources to kids and families in the Oakland community. In this conversation, Andrew and Chris explore the power of using thoughtful, creative solutions to solve problems and serve others. Show highlights:1:26 - Eat. Learn. Play. mission 1:35 - Why Stephen Curry & Ayesha Curry launched Eat. Learn. Play.2:55 - Pivoting to serve the community's needs during COVID crisis5:44 - Chris on his career path and inspiration to be part of mission-driven organizations7:14 - Finding organizations and missions that bring you passion9:01 - Creativity and design-thinking to solve problems9:41 - Reshaping hospital gowns for kids at Starlight Children's Foundation10:05 - Working with Stephen Curry & Ayesha Curry12:01 - Andrew's experience as co-founder of Autism Speaks U12:35 - Running into barriers and navigating adversity13:13 - Staying passionate about your work and committed to a vision14:22 - "Together at takeoff, together at landing" mindset15:44 - Story of Eat. Learn. Play. Bus and impact on Oakland community17:43 - Changing stigmas around community resources18:48 - Understanding your community and stakeholder needs20:35 - Power of Stephen Curry & Ayesha Curry's platform24:38 - Building a passionate, successful team 25:11 - Everybody Pulls The Tarp mantra and why no task is beneath great leadersTo learn more about Stephen & Ayesha Curry's Eat. Learn. Play. Bus visit: https://www.eatlearnplay.org/busBe sure to subscribe & leave a review for the show in your favorite podcast app.Please tell your friends about Everybody Pulls The Tarp on social media and be sure to tag Andrew in your posts @andrewmoses123 (Instagram) and @andrewHmoses (Twitter).Follow Andrew on IG: @AndrewMoses123 and Twitter:@andrewhmosesSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!
Sean Brennan is my friend and collaborator, an incredible musician, and the editor of this podcast. And today I'm bringing him in front of the mic to share with us about his creative process. A lot of us have been taught that being creative and making art requires diligence and routine. Sean's here to argue that routine can often be the enemy of creativity. So instead, what can you do today to mix things up? To change your perspective? I'll say, this is all stuff I really needed to hear! And for a special treat, listen all the way to the end of the episode and you'll get to hear the latest song from his band Strange Weather.
A daily quote to inspire the mind, gratitude to warm the soul, and guided breathing to energize the body. Quote: "It is a common experience that a problem difficult at night is resolved in the morning after the committee of sleep has worked on it." - John Steinbeck Gratitude: Air Conditioning. Staying cool on a hot day is something people wouldn't have dreamed about in past centuries. Guided Breathing: Equal Breathing. Visit TheDailyRefresh.com to share your unique piece of gratitude which will be featured on an upcoming episode, and make sure to watch the tutorial of how to make The Daily Refresh part of your Alexa Flash Briefings! Call to action: If you're interested in launching your very own Podcast, visit FreePodcastCourse.com/ and this completely free training will teach you EVERYTHING you need to know! So visit FreePodcastCourse.com.
When I met Pearl Servat three years ago, Visible was brand new in the world of wireless carriers, and Servat was generating content about it. Now she is fairly new in an elevated role as Head of Brand Marketing and Demand Gen for the disrupter division of Verizon Wireless, and gives good content herself in our conversation about driving customer connections. Servat honed her PR chops in the entertainment and brand world under the mentorship of marketing heavy hitters like Pat Kingsley (PMK-BNC), but made the switch, as they say in the world of carriers, to helm "brand and demand" marketing. In Epi 39, she discusses both her own evolution, and that of Visible. Hear how she leverages partnerships with like-minded brand ambassadors and ensures the first all-digital wireless carrier in the US doesn't forget its mission of kindness and transparency: “I essentially sit at the intersection of where I've always loved to be. Between brand building and conversion and acquisition, driving and growth.” Mission First, Marketing Next. Servat explains that Visible's mission drove her to lead efforts to connect people during some of the scariest days of the pandemic. Hear how a simple email campaign that Visible sent asking how customers were holding up during the pandemic had unexpected impact. Staying true to its DNA, the brand launched the #VisibleActsofKindness campaign and garnered over 2 million organic interactions. Hear her perspective on the importance of both brand and demand marketing, as her title implies, AND experiential marketing -- such as when they turned Los Angeles bus stops into mock living rooms, and even ski lifts settings giving customers a tactical connection with the all digital brand in lieu of physical retail locations. “It's beyond just retaining the consumer for us...We truly try to be as intentional as we can at every touch point with the brand. So, it doesn't just start and stop with marketing.” Partnerships that Matter Partnerships and brand ambassadorships help extend the reach of the brand. Servat emphasizes the importance of partnering with people who live by the same mission as the company. Potential partners have seen the work Visible is doing and reached out to the company, interested in collaboration—the mission drives these kinds of partnerships. Staying on trend? Servat credits her team, modestly saying she's not “nearly as hip and cool as they are.” And on working with marquee names like Kevin Bacon and Dan Levy? Well... “When it comes to talent partnerships, we do a significant amount of research...And we only work with talent who walk the walk when it comes to social impact, what they stand for on an ongoing basis, [and] how they connect with their own communities.” To hear more on the early stage Visible marketing efforts, listen to Insider Interviews Epi 10 with then CMO Minjae Ormes. Connect with Servat and Visible Visible: On LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram Servat: On LinkedIn Connect with E.B. Moss and Insider Interviews at Moss Appeal and on: Twitter: @MossAppeal @InsiderIntervws Instagram @MossAppeal @InsiderInterviews Facebook: Insider Interviews Podcast If you found this helpful, or liked other Insider Interviews episodes, please support us with a review wherever you listen, share this episode, and even add to my digital tip jar to “buy me a coffee!” If I can help you connect your podcast/tv/content dots—or, just want help getting started with a podcast or content marketing strategy, please reach out to me at email@example.com.
Hey guys! Chris and Melissa here. Recently, we've been digging deeper about what we want our listeners to get out of the Family Brand Podcast and it's come down to one thing that we think is crucial to living a full and happy life. If you guessed courage then you would be right! But what exactly is courage, and how does it serve the purpose in our life? We think Maya Angelou said it best. "I am convinced that courage is the most important of all the virtues. Because without courage, you cannot practice any other virtue consistently.” Without courage we wouldn't even be in Hawaii, we could research, plan, and replan again and again but the real virtue that got us on that plane was courage. Join us as we discuss where exactly courage comes from and how you can tap into that power when you most need it. We talk about the different types of courage you can have, whether it's as simple as signing up for a new class, or as daunting as moving across the world. You'll get practical tips on how you can build your courage and take that step towards your future self. As people, we tend to make decisions through the lens of past regrets or the fear of future possibilities, but the beauty and freedom of courage comes from leaping NOW. Listen in on our best tips and tricks on how you can drop out of your head and start taking real-life actions towards the goals, dreams, and desires that you were meant to fulfill. You'll hear about an exciting moment where we were able to help our son Tate find the courage within himself and create a night that he will never forget. His story has inspired us to take a look at our own limitations and how we can improve our courageous leaps. As well as a look into times where disappointment may have made us close ourselves off and how we can push through and live life through the pain. Your dreams are on the other side of fear, and all it takes is just 20 seconds of insane courage to make them come true. We hope this episode has inspired you to live life courageously and instill this virtue within your own family. One of the best things we can do to take our families back is to raise individuals who know and exercise daily courage. To follow our journey and connect with us on social media check out the links below! More Of What's Inside: Why we need courage in our lives The real reason we were able to move to Hawaii Knowing the type of courage you need Understanding where courage comes from Stepping into the unknown and actually living How past, present, and future impact your courage Practical tips to instill courage in you The difference between faith and believing Finding 20 seconds of insane courage How we instill courage in our kids Keeping an open heart even when you're rejected The benefits of exercising courage And much more! LINKS: Website: familybrand.com Social: Facebook: www.facebook.com/FamilyBrandOfficial Instagram: www.instagram.com/ourfamilybrand YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCGu-7odB6gkPbyXpUIQLkrg Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurFamilyBrand Free course: familybrand.com/10steps Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 - Fall in Hawaii 2:21 - What we cover today 4:23 - Why you should take the leap 7:42 - How researching your plans can be dangerous 12:22 - Where courage is found and how to live with courage 17:04 - A story of courage with our son Tate 22:51 - Staying your true self even when you get rejected 27:43 - Continuously growing in courage 32:44 - Closing thoughts
In this episode, I'm sharing insights on how to best prepare your business for leveraging Facebook Ads for growth! I'll be answering the questions every business owner should be asking before they invest in Facebook Ads, and I'll also be touching on the signature strategic framework I use with all my clients, the "Four Steps to Profitable Facebook Ads." SHOWNOTES (1:13) Jackie Intro (4:03) 4 Steps to Profitable Facebook Ads (5:24) Is Facebook Ads a Profitable Strategy for My Business? (7:22) Tips for People Considering Investing in Facebook Ads (9:22) “Staying committed, understanding this is not going to be an overnight process- that is really going to help you in the long run” (10:53) Step One: Knowing Your Audience (12:28) Step Two: Copy & Content That Converts (14:19) Step Three: Have a Clear, Concise, Action-Orientated, Call-to-Action (16:58) Step Four: Optimize Everything After the Ad *Sign-up for Jackie's “Four Steps to Profitable Facebook Ads: Mini-Course” Links Mentioned Schedule a Facebook Ads Consultation with Jackie: https://calendly.com/jackiekossoff/facebook-consultation Jackie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jackiekossoff_la/ Jackie's Website: https://jackiekossoff.com/
Visibility goes well beyond publishing some podcast episodes or writing a few blogs. It's about having a compelling message and sharing that message across multiple channels. And in 2020 and 2021, it's also about navigating social justice and racial reckoning. Without it being something you simply check off your to-do list. Let's talk about what that looks like. Because there's no shortage of business owners telling us that we “should” speak up and speak out (and I agree!) but no one is sharing the best way to do that. I'm so grateful that Lakesha allowed me to ask her some of those hard questions. If you're ready to get more exposure for your business while staying true to your messaging and beliefs, tune in now! Mentioned in This Episode Episode 148: Creating Brand Awareness Outside of the Blog The Pieces of Pie Instagram post About Lakesha Cole Lakesha Cole is an author, advocacy influencer, serial entrepreneur, and self-proclaimed chaos coordinator. With over ten years of experience in marketing and public relations, Lakesha is highly regarded for her ability to build powerful personal brands, increase visibility through the media, and ensure those who want a seat at the table get one. Lakesha founded she PR at the intersection of her advocacy efforts, media expertise, and new life as a retired Marine spouse. As a longtime mentor to help women discover how to convert their interests and skills into a profitable business, she realized that she could focus her experience specifically on the empowerment and the rising influence of women. she PR amplifies the voices and communicates the stories of women-led thought-leaders looking for more freedom and creative expression with their messaging and public image. In addition, Lakesha's business portfolio includes advocating for the military community and shedding light on the many challenges that military families face, most notably military spouse employment. As an Advisory Board Member for the Military Family Advisory Network, Lakesha worked with her home state Senator Tim Kaine (VA) on drafting the Military Spouse Employment Act, which was later signed into law by the President. She consults and serves as a partnership liaison in introducing companies and organizations to military talent and connecting military spouses and veterans to meaningful employment and entrepreneurship opportunities. Lakesha holds a B.A in Journalism and a minor in Public Relations from North Carolina A&T State University and an A.A.S. in Fashion Marketing from Parsons, the New School for Design. Before starting her own business, Lakesha worked as the Public Information Officer for Stafford County Government, as a Program Analyst for Headquarters Marine Corps, and in Business Development for Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Lakesha has been featured by the Today Show, PBS, NBC News, Attn:, CBS This Morning, Fox & Friends, Black Enterprise, Military Families Magazine, Military Spouse, and Military.com. Lakesha and her family currently reside in Tampa, FL.
Edna Keep, real estate investment teacher and author of Multiple Ways To Wealth: Creating Your Prosperous Lifestyle, has a deep understanding of what investors want in a deal. As a former financial advisor, she helps connect investors with everyday people who want to create true passive income for the long term. Her team has a portfolio of $75 Million that they built in less than 14 years - primarily multifamily units and primarily with none of their own money. They have over 778 doors, with 178 units having been added in just the last year. In addition to coaching real estate entrepreneurs, Edna lives near Regina, Saskatchewan between Calgary and Winnipeg with her husband Warren and teenage daughters Desiree and Dhani.For today's episode we will cover: [00:00 - 9:37] Opening Segment.Getting to know Edna Keep.Ready, Fire, AimThe importance of having a coach[9:37 - 16:48] The difference between the Canadian and US market.Finding bargains out of state. Transition after the first few deals.Focusing on the smaller multi family market properties.[16:48 - 20:15] Finding true value add opportunitiesGoing direct to the seller.Buying something with all cash.Focusing on work force housing.[20:15 - 24:56] The opportunity in the affordable housing space.Lack of affordable housing space.How to not be taken advantage of.Why Real estate isn't passive [24:56 - 27:52] Finding people that know what they're doing.The importance of finding people that are efficient.The dynamic areas of the operation side. [27:52 - 37:35] The beginnings of teaching others about real estate.Common mistakes to avoid to be more successful in real estate.Staying on top of the real estate game.Being the deal expert when talking to investors.[37:35 - 42:31] The mindset you needYou have to level up your coaches.Going straight to multi-family.Working with people who already own real estate.How to find amazing deals.[42:31 - 47:09] Learning how to be rich.The various ways to become a better investor.Knowing your strengths and weaknesses.Final words from everyone[47:09 - 51:35] Closing SegmentFinal questions for EdnaTweetable Quotes: Real Estate is never really passive. It can be passive for your investor, but somebody has got to be active. -Edna KeepSUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-START REVIEW as we create a lifetime of wealth and financial freedom through multifamily investing! Invest with us! Check out Blue Oak Investments Cody on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram John on LinkedIn and Facebook Brian on LinkedIn and Facebook
In this episode of the Brawn Body Podcast, Dan is joined by Susan Cashdollar, CSCS, to discuss her personal fitness experiences and her unique approach to training! Susan is one of Dan's favorite trainers to follow, and always has a new, innovative exercise! Her account is a MUST-FOLLOW to ensure you never run out of new fun challenges for the gym. Susan is a graduate of West Virginia University and holds an M.S. in Exercise Physiology and is a certified strength and conditioning coach through the NSCA. She currently works as a Creative Marketing Director at Hearst in New York City and is a videographer for Dr. Konstantin Vasyukevich. She also maintains a small personal training client base. She grew up playing sports and started working out at a very young age and hasn't stopped since. Her current training philosophy is to have fun, don't get hurt and stay jacked. For more on Susan, you can find her on Instagram @susancashdollar and @cashdollarfitness To keep up to date with everything we are currently doing, be sure to follow @brawnbody on social media and subscribe to the podcast! This episode is brought to you by CTM band recovery products - the EXACT soft tissue recovery technology used by Dan. CTM Band was founded by Dr. Kyle Bowling, a sports medicine practitioner who treats professional athletes (and was a guest on the Brawn Body Podcast!). You can check out their website here: https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band ... while you're there, be sure to use the coupon code "BRAWN10" for 10% off! Intro Music: from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/ben-johnson/cant-stop-chasing-you License code: GTQQOJMBXDJCZIQO --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/support
James and Alex are celebrating Tinds' birthday without him this week, as they get down to business with Quins Number 8, Alex Dombrandt. They relive the fairy-tale that was Harlequins' premiership winning season last year, discuss the highs and lows of university rugby and look ahead to his hopes for the Autumn Nations Cup and beyond, with England.
The internet is brimming with different co-parenting information, forums and groups. Still, the problem is that a lot of the content can sometimes be unmonitored. Those already struggling in their co-parenting relationships can get more frustrated and hopeless without getting expert help tailored for their unique situations. In this episode, I will debunk three myths about co-parenting that make raising kids apart a big challenge for you. Top points you'll discover: Myth #1: "I need to get more information from podcasts, books and other resources to get the right co-parenting tool." This is a belief that will not serve you! It's not that you need more information, but what you need is the correct information from trusted sources. Myth #2: "I am not trying hard enough to compromise." Talk about trying to move a mountain with the tip of your finger. Staying on your side of the fence gets tricky if you are co-parenting with an ex who has narcissistic characteristics or perhaps is a sociopath. Compromise can get difficult. Instead, what to do is to reframe what give and take means to you (especially the kids) and always find a place to meet in the middle even while you have conflicting beliefs. Myth #3: "I need to be more firm or more loud or perhaps on the opposite side of the spectrum -- to be more quiet for things to fall into place." The co-parenting truth on this is that, unfortunately, neither will work for you. Establishing boundaries is crucial in minimizing unnecessary stress dealing with your ex. Stick primarily to the topic of your children and maintain respect to be able to work together as parents. Ask your questions to gain clarity and access the wisdom of reliable experts on Friday, October 22nd, for the CoParenting Apart Live Zoom Event. Register for FREE to get the Zoom link And access to the replay! www.coparentingsummit.com ____________________________________________________________ Connect with Wendy Sterling: Website: https://wendysterling.net/ Instagram: @divorcerehabwithwendy Twitter: @thedivorcerehab Facebook: @wendytsterling Need an opportunity to share your pain points and receive judgment-free support? Want to create a vision of a future after your divorce? Click here to schedule your Free Divorce Recovery Call: https://calendly.com/wendysterling/support-call-with-wendy?month=2021-07
Jason and Shane discuss real ways that help you to be able to work well with others in any situation. Think about what it is you truly want out of this episode and look to gain. Share this or any other episode with a friend you think it could help. “Coming together is a beginning, Staying together is progress, and working together is success.” Henry Ford “There is no such thing as a self made man. You will reach your goals only with the help of others.” George Shinn “Working with others makes us much more than we could ever become alone.” John Wooden “It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” Napolean Hill Chinese saying: “If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime, help somebody." "You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note." Steve Honey “None of us is as smart as all of us.” Ken Blanchard
Welcome to another exciting and informative episode of the Dara Gurus podcast! Sima is excited to have Katie Gross as her guest for today's podcast! Katie is the Chief Customer Officer at Suzy. In this episode, Katie discusses her background. She also shares her secret to being a successful woman and talks about what Suzy is doing to help and empower companies. Humble beginnings Katie grew up in Plymouth, England. Her mother wanted Katie and her siblings to have everything she did not have, so she insisted that all her children had the best education possible. Meeting different people Katie met people from different places and different walks of life when she was at university. Being surrounded by smart and ambitious people opened her eyes to exciting new possibilities for the future. Entering the market research space Katie got into the market research space partly by choice and partly accidentally. She studied psychology and criminal justice at university and came out of that with an SPSS skill set. She joined a food and beverage company in the UK that dealt primarily with Italian private label products in UK grocery stores. Then she moved to London and worked for Mintel on their consultancy team. Moving to sales Katie started working for Mintel as a researcher and later moved into a sales position, which she loved. Having come from a similar role in market research, she was genuinely curious about what her clients were using and how they were doing things. That made it easy for her to come up with solutions to help her clients operate better, faster, and in a more educated way. Staying in sales Initially, Katie thought she would only stay in sales long enough to pay off her student debt. However, she remained there when she finally realized how much she loved being in a sales role. A natural fit At the time, sales was mostly a hybrid of selling to new companies and renewing current clients. Since then, sales in most companies have been separated into sales and customer success. So it felt like a natural fit for Katie to have managed a combination of sales and customer success teams throughout her journey. Managing Katie enjoys helping to shape and mold the people she manages. She also loves to see them succeed. Moving to the USA Ten years ago, Mintel opened a new division in the USA. So they asked Katie to move there. A successful woman Katie wants to be a strong leader for both men and women. Her secret to being a successful woman is not allowing herself to dwell on the negative and sexist comments and helping those around her to do the same. At Suzy, there is a “Women at Suzy” group. The women also support each other. Suzy Suzy is different in that it owns a panel of its own. They are solving to eradicate the need for overlapping technologies in a fragmented market by moving everything into one place. A platform Suzy has created a platform where qualitative and quantitative can be integrated and run quickly and seamlessly with the same respondents. Two kinds of teams Some company's teams are getting empowered on their new journey of agile research by having a playbook and being educated around their new kind of responsibility. The more cumbersome bits are getting automated, giving them more time to be creative. Other companies, however, tend to buy a tool like Suzy's but do not know how to utilize it because they have never worked in an agile way before. Empowering Suzy is helping companies understand that they are there to help them automate and do things faster, and their tool will empower their teams rather than take away their roles and responsibilities. Links: Email me your thoughts! Sima@Infinity-2.com LinkedIn Twitter Suzy
General Tips for Quitting Drinking Soberis Dope: https://popbuchanan.net/soberisdope * Creating a solid plan beforehand * Finding a reliable support team * Making use of medication for alcoholism * Talking with a doctor before attempting cold turkey * Cutting back on alcohol first * Choosing some self-care strategies * Finding new activities that don't involve alcohol * Setting short and long-term goals * Staying persistent Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Alcohol is a depressant, so your nervous system compensates for long-term heavy drinking by becoming more hyperactive. Remove alcohol, and you'll suddenly find yourself in overdrive. Until your nervous system rebalances itself, you may experience nausea, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, shaking, sweating, or vomiting. In more extreme cases, fever, hallucination, disorientation, racing heartbeat, and even seizures are possible. For some, the reaction is so extreme that withdrawal can be fatal. #sober #sobriety #soberisdope --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soberisdope/message
I start this episode off with an incredible quote I recently heard from Ram Dass that was included in the book Conversations With God by Neale Donald Walsch. Dass said, “I'm neither optimistic nor pessimistic. I don't find that an interesting place to hang out. I optimize what I do for all possibilities. What happens is what happens.” Optimizing what you're doing for all possibilities is such a powerful concept and one I want to get into with you today. And we're going to do this by examining the three words that I live by: trust, decide, and act. When you put these three words into practice, you are going to see results, and you're going to see them quickly. You'll be able to move the needle in your speaking, your business, and your life. I want you to walk away from this episode really considering these three words and how you can begin to implement them today. In this episode, we'll explore: How to trust yourself and give yourself permission to make mistakes The competence-confidence loop you need to create What happens when you make a decision based on trust Investing in yourself Staying in action and forward momentum More from Tricia Consistently Share Your Big Idea with Secrets of The Big Talk Order my book, The Influential Voice: Saying What You Mean for Lasting Legacy Join The Big Talk Membership Community Download my FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
Everyone welcome the awesome Danny Kurily to the podcast! Like most guests, Danny is a good friend - but even more importantly, a true badass. I have always admired how Danny has navigated the music industry and his life in general. It was a true pleasure to sit down and learn from him. We toured together with All Time Low a few times about 10 years ago, and the next thing I know he is living in LA as a personal assistant. Fast forward a few years he is running VIP for Demi Lovato. I could barely keep up with him and I wanted to know more. So this week we sat down, and had a good chat about it all. Enjoy! In this episode of the Don't Shit On The Bus podcast we will learn: • About the range of jobs Danny took during his time touring • Ways to translate your touring skills to other jobs • How Danny went from touring with top artists to running a successful house management company • When touring isn't sparking interest any longer (00:00) Intro (02:18) Patreon (03:10) Danny gets on the bus (06:43) What life was like before touring (10:27) Going from a day job to a tour job (12:14) Touring expectations at the beginning (16:14) Staying up to date with your skills (18:49) Other jobs Danny had on the road (24:53) Skills Danny took from his day job to touring (28:25) When the shininess of tour went away for Danny (30:38) The hardest part of leaving a tour (35:05) What made Danny not want to tour any longer (39:16) Red flags that see when you need to get off the road (42:02) Danny's starting DK Home Management (49:55) Wrap up notes (54:37) Shower Shoes --- Danny Kurily - Guest ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dannykurily/ ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/dannykurily ► Website: https://dkhomemgmt.com/ --- Don't Shit On The Bus Podcast ► Website: http://www.dontshitonthebus.com ► Spotify: http://bit.ly/DSotBspotify ► Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/DSotBapple ► TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@dontshitonthebus ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/DSotBpodcast ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/DSotBpodcast ► Facebook: https://facebook.com/DSotBpodcast ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/DSotB --- Adam Elmakias - Host ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/elmakias ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elmakias ► Website: https://www.adamelmakias.com --- Edited & Produced by Connor Gaskey
How do you stay happy when you suddenly decide it's time for you and your daughter to move to a new town? And how do you make that decision in the first place? We talk to Elizabeth's writing partner and co-host of the “Happier in Hollywood” podcast about how she made tough choices, managed logistics, dealt with strong emotions, and stayed healthy during a time of transition. Get in touch: @gretchenrubin; @elizabethcraft; firstname.lastname@example.org Get in touch on Instagram: @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft Get the podcast show notes by email every week here: http://gretchenrubin.com/#newsletter Order a copy of Gretchen's new book OUTER ORDER, INNER CALM here: http://outerorderinnercalmbook.com Leave a voicemail message on: 774-277-9336 For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to happiercast.com/sponsors Happier with Gretchen Rubin is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Do The Thing, Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler. If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices