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The Slow Flowers Podcast is grateful to the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market for its longtime support — and today’s episode underscores our relationship. From its beginnings in 2010, when a group of local flower farmers hatched up the idea of starting a wholesale hub for local flowers here in Seattle, my storytelling has been intertwined […] The post Episode 638: A visit to Washington flower farm Field to Heart, with Dee Swan and Valiant Poole appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
The Morning team debate if the Eagles can continue to win throughout the season by being lucky or are they making their own luck. Callers try to convince Joe DeCamara to just enjoy the ride. Sheil Kapadia joins the conversation and previews the Niners game.
In this insightful episode, we delve into the intricacies of sustainable aquaculture and overfishing with our guest, James Arthur, co-founder of Seatopia. We tackle issues of bioaccumulation and toxicity in farmed fish, and the health effects. We highlight sustainable fish farming methods, the importance of sustainable seafood, and the need for marine life protection. Join us as we explore nutrition, sustainability, and ocean conservation. Topics Discussed: 02:11 Conversation About Sustainable Farming and Seatopia 06:54 Conversation on Farmed Seafood 13:52 Utilizing Alternative Methods for Healthy Fish 22:59 Mercury Levels in Ocean and Farming 34:27 Sustainable Farming and Appropriate Species Diet 38:42 The Importance of Sustainable Aquaculture 43:36 Sustainable Aquaculture and Farming Practices 48:38 Bioaccumulation and Toxicity 01:00:01 Education, Sustainable Farming, and Seafood Awareness 01:11:30 Finding Seatopia Check Out James Arthur Smith: Online Instagram @seatopia https://seatopia.fish/ Sponsored By: Organifi www.organifi.com/realfoodology Code REALFOODOLOGY gets you 20% Off Wildway Code REALFOODOLOGY will give you 20% off your first order https://wildwayoflife.com LMNT Get 8 FREE packs with any order at drinkLMNT.com/realfoodology ARMRA Colostrum tryarmra.com/realfoodology enter REALFOODOLOGY to get 15% off your first order Seed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic seed.com/realfoodology Use code REALFOODOLOGY for 30% off your first month's supply of Seed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic Check Out Courtney: @realfoodology www.realfoodology.com My Immune Supplement by 2x4 Air Dr Air Purifier AquaTru Water Filter EWG Tap Water Database Produced By: Drake Peterson Edited & Mixed By: Mike Frey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, we're talking about how it is 110% possible for busy women to sustainably lose fat without hours of meal prep, giving up that Starbs drink you look forward to, or compensating quality time with family and friends. I'll walk you through the action steps you can take if you're feeling overwhelmed on how to get started with losing weight, healing your metabolism with reverse dieting, and restoring your relationship with food. You won't want to miss this episode — I am here with all the time hacks for busy women, who are…well, just like me! Busy! Tune in now! :) Times to Check Out: (03:39) Is losing fat possible for a busy woman? (05:58) The #1 BEST tip to follow for sustainable fat loss as a busy woman (12:46) What to do if you feel you have to give up your life in order to see results (16:04) Meal prep…is it worth it? (22:27) Meal prep for a week within 30 minutes (25:12) Understanding your why (26:15) BIGGEST misconception slowing your fat loss as a busy woman (29:11) This excuse is getting in your way of success Connect with Caitlen:
Today, I am joined by Monish Darda, the CTO and Co-founder of Icertis, in a riveting discussion about the intersection of technology and sustainability. As businesses grapple with the complexities of environmental responsibility, Monish brings his rich experience in using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to the forefront, discussing how these technologies are revolutionizing supply chain management and contract intelligence. The conversation begins with an exploration of how AI is being used to quantify and mitigate the environmental impact of supply chain partners. This topic is particularly relevant in light of the recent EU's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directives and the UK's Sustainable Disclosure Requirements, reshaping the landscape of corporate responsibility. Monish offers insights into how AI ensuresensures compliance with these new regulations and helps companies navigate this changing terrain. We discuss the transformative role of machine learning in analyzing millions of contracts. This technology ensures that businesses and their suppliers uphold their environmental commitments. Monish shares how Icertis leads this charge, helping companies align with sustainability requirements and manage contractual obligations. A critical part of their discussion centers on the role of AI in combating greenwashing and promoting genuine sustainability practices. They explore the evolving role of AI in environmental sustainability and the importance of regulation in this domain, highlighting how AI can address complex sustainability challenges. The conversation also touches on the practical applications and challenges in this field. Monish shares insights from his work at iSotis, discussing the hurdles organizations face in reducing their climate footprint and how technology can offer solutions. He emphasizes the importance of viewing regulatory changes not as obstacles but as opportunities for innovation and improvement. Adding a personal touch to the discussion, Monish shares his experiences transforming businesses through technology. He recounts a humorous anecdote from a sales presentation with a German car company, providing a glimpse into the lighter side of the tech world. This episode is a deep dive into how AI and ML are not just shaping the future of business but also steering it toward greater environmental responsibility. Our conversation is a blend of technical insights, regulatory perspectives, and real-world experiences, making it a must-listen for anyone keen on understanding the role of technology in fostering sustainable business practices.
This episode is all about my favorite theme… collaboration! In talking with Natalie Asaro of Petcurean Pet Nutrition, it was awesome to learn how their team works together with others in the pet food industry. We talked about some of the trends in the pet food industry as pet parents are getting more involved and invested in the ingredients they feed their dogs. Petcurean is leading the way with research into sustainable ingredients like black soldier fly larvae. I also enjoyed learning about how they're making nutrition accessible to all pet parents with three different brands at three different price points. It's interesting to think about how all of us could offer something like this in our pet brands. Another lesson we can all learn from this conversation with Natalie is about providing honest and thorough customer service. The pet nutritionist team at Petcuriean is available to share food advice with pet parents, and they might even recommend a different brand if nothing they carry is the right fit for the pet. I love how transparent that is! It shows how everyone on the team really cares the most about pet health. At the end of the day, it's all about healthy pets!
Many of us have a complicated relationship with our stuff. And while no one wants their possessions to possess their lives, our stuff often has fascinating stories to tell.On today's show: A conversation with psychotherapist and professional organizer Helen Sanderson about what the state of our homes reveal about our psychology. Here's a preview:[3:45] Pack rat, minimalist, or somewhere in between? Here's what our homes show us about ourselves[6:15] How to best guide your child toward tidiness, no nagging necessary[12:00] When a neat freak and a slob get married: How to best navigate differences in home maintenance styles[17:00] Home management is like tending a garden (and other applicable metaphors)[20:00] Thoughts on finding the drive to get to "maintenance" Resources mentioned:The Secret Life of ClutterHelen on Instagram --Join our (free!) community here.Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube.Say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com.Our Sponsors:* Thank you to Factor! Use code sustainable50 for 50% off. https://www.factor75.com/* Thank you to LifeStraw Home! Use code SUSTAINABLE for 20% off. https://lifestraw.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
923: This week's guest is Leo Howson of LeoHowson.com. Leo is a hypnotherapist and flow state coach whose techniques can transform your life and your game. In this conversation we dig into the Six Areas of Mindset and using hypnosis to impact high performance on the golf course. This week's episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Please visit https://BetterHelp.com/golfsmarter to receive 10% off your first month! This week's episode is also sponsored by CalderaLab. Get 20% OFF with code GOLFSMARTER at calderalab.com to make unforgettable first impressions with the best gift this holiday season.This week's episode is also sponsored by Indeed. Claim your $75 sponsored job credit to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/golfsmarter. Offer's good for a limited time. Need to hire? You need Indeed!Follow @golfsmarter on Instagram, X, Facebook, TikTok, YouTube for daily highlights and helpful insights from our interviews on the podcast. We also post articles and video shorts on LinkedIn @FredGreene (from Novato, CA).This Friday on Golf Smarter Mulligans episode #239 we continue our conversation with Dr. Joseph Parent, author of the celebrated Zen Golf. Our conversation focuses on short game and anger management. For more visit http://zengolf.com. Originally a Members Only episode, this is the first time it's being shared publicly for free!Golf Smarter has been awarded the #1 spot in their list of Top 10 Golf Psychology Podcasts by feedspot.com Check it out at https://blog.feedspot.com/golf_psychology_podcasts/.Golf Smarter has also been named by golfspan.com as one of the 10 Best Golf Podcasts for 2023, including being named the BEST GOLF PODCAST FOR YOUR MENTAL GAME. Check it out at https://www.golfspan.com/best-golf-podcasts.Two ways to become a Golf Smarter Ambassador and receive a choice of one of these great prizes including:• A box of ODIN balls of your choice with the Golf Smarter logo. ODIN Golf is the only golf brand that sponsors and pays everyday golfers! See our custom page at odin-golf.com/pages/golfsmarter.• A Glove + Glove Compartment from RedRoosterGolf.com http://i.refs.cc/PpGqbWgd where you can choose from a large variety of styles of gloves in 26 sizes!• A private link to Tony Manzoni's video “The Lost Fundamental”. To win, either introduce an upcoming episode, or write a review from your podcast source, then send us what you wrote and where! Send your posted review or request to introduce an episode to GolfSmarterPodcast@gmail.com.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3264943/advertisement
In the two decades since launching her eponymous Indian-inspired food brand, Maya Kaimal has introduced zesty simmer sauces, spicy rice dishes and piquant condiments to millions of Americans. And while she achieved a level of scale and success that few thought possible, there were also challenging times, like when she faced the prospect of bankruptcy and selling her house. A former photo editor for Saveur magazine, Kaimal started Maya Kaimal Foods in 2003 behind the belief that Indian cuisine needed new context. Her vision was to make accessible and easy to use products for creating flavorful and healthy Indian food at home. In its early days, the brand scored wins at specialty retailers in metro New York and later at Whole Foods stores across the U.S. In subsequent years, Maya Kaimal Foods pivoted from refrigerated to shelf-stable formulations and built a robust innovation pipeline that helped the brand gain distribution at thousands of new retail locations nationwide, including Safeway, Albertsons, Costco and Target. Throughout the process, however, Kaimal noted that there were many unexpected challenges and missteps, including some that in retrospect could have been avoided. In this episode, Kaimal explained how focusing on placement in the perimeter of the store supported consumer education early into the brand's development; how the company operates and innovates at the intersection of data, trends and retailer needs; aligning with an investor that should support her vision; and what she's learned about hiring the right – and wrong – people. Show notes: 0:43: Interview: Maya Kaimal, Founder, Maya Kaimal Foods – Kaimal spoke with Taste Radio editor Ray Latif about how both Julia Child and her parents influenced her passion for cooking, how she cut her teeth in food by writing a cookbook and how getting laid off in 2002 launched her into entrepreneurship. She also explained how relationships with retail buyers gave her a foot in the door, why she was adamant that the brand's first products needed to be refrigerated (and how it benefited its merchandising strategy), and how she addressed questions about the scale and potential with investors. Maya also spoke about why innovation is “an ongoing conversation” and focused on “meeting people where they are,” how she identified North Castle Partners as the right fit for a strategic partner and why entrepreneurs should look from within their community to fill leadership roles. Brands in this episode: Maya Kaimal
Welcome to our November Bonus episode of The Good Dirt Podcast! With the holidays right around the corner, the consumerism capitalistic market is about to ramp up to full speed. You are going to be bombarded by a message to buy, buy, buy. But what if there was another way? Mary and Emma sit down to present an alternative to diving into the world of holiday celebrations and the concept of a "Good Dirt" holiday. They discuss the importance of thoughtful gift-giving, alternative gift ideas, and the joy of giving gifts that align with the recipient's interests and values. The holiday season doesn't have to be perfect - small shifts towards a more sustainable and mindful holiday experience make all the difference over time. Wishing you all a wonderful holiday season filled with joy, connection, and Good Dirt! Support The Good Dirt Pledge Drive Here! Topics Discussed • Having a Good Dirt Holiday • Regenerative vs. Degenerative Celebrations • Wasteful Practices & Traditions During the Holidays • Decorations • Family Meals • Textile Materials • Responsible Thrifting • Plastics, Wax Paper, and Parchment Paper • Gifting Books • Gift Alternatives • Budgeting Your Resources, Time, and Energy Episode Resources: • Join Us in The ALMANAC ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
Hello! This is episode 299, and it's Part 2 of my conversation with Brian Guinan from I-Smart Building Group. Brian Guinan is a Passive House builder and the director of I-Smart Building Group, a residential building company based in Western Australia delivering high performance homes. This episode is part of a special series on the National Construction Code, and NCC 2022. [For all resources mentioned in this podcast and a free, downloadable PDF transcript, head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/299] If you haven't tuned in for Part 1 yet, head back to Episode 298 first so you can hear the first half of my conversation with Brian. You can access that at www.undercoverarchitect.com/298. In Part 2 of my conversation, Brian shares some great detail about how he's streamlined the delivery of his Passive House and high performance homes, especially in the challenging and predominantly volume-built construction industry in Western Australia. He also shares his views on the National Construction Code 2022 changes, and his suggestions for homeowners to navigate this well. And we discuss the Sustainable Builders Alliance, of which Brian is a founding member. Remember, if you'd like to grab a full transcript of this episode, plus information on the resources we discuss, you can do that by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/299. Now, let's dive in! SHOW NOTES: If you're struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and when, or how to best invest your efforts, energy and money to get a great outcome in your future home, I've created something super helpful for you. Access my free online workshop “Your Project Plan” now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan This free workshop will really help you understand the best steps to take wherever you're at in your project, and how you can avoid some serious and expensive mistakes. Plus, I'll share with you what to focus on and when, so you know you're getting everything in order for a successful project and beautiful home. And you'll get access to some great bonuses as well. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST: For links, images and resources mentioned in this podcast, head to >>> www.undercoverarchitect.com/299. Access my free “Your Project Plan” online workshop and awesome bonuses now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan Access the support and guidance you need to be confident and empowered when renovating and building your family home inside my flagship online program >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/courses/the-home-method/ Just a reminder: All content on this podcast is provided by Undercover Architect for reference purposes and as general guidance. It does not take into account specific circumstances and should not be relied on in that way. You should seek independent verification or advice before relying on this content in any circumstances, including but not limited to circumstances where loss or damage may result. The views and opinions of any guests on the podcast are solely their own. They may not reflect the views of Undercover Architect. Undercover Architect endeavours to publish content that is accurate at the time it is published, but does not accept responsibility for content that may or has become inaccurate over time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly vintage fashion interview show, with guests you'll want to go thrifting with! For more Pre-Loved Podcast, subscribe to our Patreon! On today's show, we're talking with Alberta Rose, a personal stylist, content creator, and serial outfit repeater taking style personally and sharing sustainable + attainable tips. In this episode, we learn about her career and personal style journey, and we chat about her most essential style exercises, what attainable sustainable style really means, and how secondhand shopping has informed her sense of style. It's a really fun one, so let's dive right in! DISCUSSED IN THE EPISODE: [3:15] Her style influences growing up: a mix of Gossip Girl and indie sleaze. [6:58] How shopping secondhand helps improve your sense of personal style. [15:05] Alberta's fashion career journey. [25:10] On sustainable and attainable style. [33:30] Mastering a wardrobe color palette. [41:14] On personal style themes. [57:01] Her style wish list, and how she plans to track them down secondhand. [59:18] Top tips for vintage knitwear. EPISODE MENTIONS: @alberta.rose on TikTok @albertarose Alberta's personal style themes video @arbela.elena Pre-Loved Podcast with Arbela @dahanadcr @jocelynruiiiiz @trouserlady LET'S CONNECT:
Are you constantly pushing through work without taking a break, only to find yourself burnt out and less productive? Discover how strategically timed pauses can dramatically transform your focus, creativity, and overall productivity. Thanh shares his personal insights and practical tips on integrating breaks into your daily routine, challenging the myth that non-stop work equals […]
In this episode of Equitably Speaking, Monda R. Webb, Single-Family Affordable Lending Manager at Freddie Mac and former top originator and financial coach, Dr. Lynn Richardson discuss practical tips for mortgage professionals who want to create a sustainable book of business with borrowers in underserved communities.
11-15-23 Hour 2 Why the way the Broncos have won their last two games isn't something they can count on moving forward. Jessica Mendoza of KKTV 11 News joins the conversation Follow the show on social media Twitter: @gingerlytweets @xtrasports1300 Instagram: @kaufmansports @xtrasports1300 Facebook: @xtrasports1300See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For most people, there is a small separation between 'healthy' and 'unhealthy'. The difference lies in the ability to be intentional vs. mindless with our lifestyle habits. Unfortunately, most people think they have to be overly strict and obsessive to live a healthy and fit lifestyle. In reality, we just need to structure our eating habits in a way that works for us, not against us. When we look at the last week - what did our eating habits look like 'most of the time'? Taking time to pause and reflect like this will more than likely reveal where we are falling short. In today's episode we provide tools to help you drop the all or nothing mindset and live a balanced/flexible lifestyle. At the end of the day, none of us are perfect and we don't have to be. We just have to crush it 'most of the time.' Let's get the odds working in your favor! NASH BARS: https://nashnutrition.co EVERYDAY ATHLETE COACHING: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdlsozpojxDg964ah-rse5W7z51d4NTPkHva8RTw1ZX-purjQ/viewform EVERYDAY ATHLETE NEWSLETTER: https://everyday-athlete.ck.page/55f3c4e52f BUILT AND BALANCED COACHING: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKwK9YwMH3o95sPHybP2O51i9VRwsrdlNPya2RcEwsrB3Ozg/viewform BUILT & BALANCED NEWSLETTER: https://exciting-painter-5361.ck.page/9250ca236e LIFE REWIRED IG: https://www.instagram.com/LIFEREWIREDPODCAST/?utm_medium=copy_link ZACH IG: https://www.instagram.com/everydayathletetraining/ KRIS IG: https://instagram.com/kristinakovacs?utm_medium=copy_link FREE HIGH PROTEIN RECIPE PACK: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MUfG4JXijLa9jk3MriNpRELYVNqfSWUP/view?usp=drive_link
Between the moment a farmer hands over their crop, to the moment a barista hands a customer a cup of that same coffee, there is a complex system that will either bring hope and equity to those most vulnerable, or reinforce the hopelessness that is too common with those who cultivate the coffee we love. Today's guest grew up seeing this hopelessness on her families farm and decided to do something about it. I am so excited to welcome to the podcast a leader in innovative trade models and the owner of Peixoto Coffee, Julia Peixoto Peters! Julia Peixoto was born and raised in a coffee farming-family in Southern Brazil watching her father and relatives give their lives to produce the best coffees they could but, when it was time to sell those coffees, they were at the mercy of the ups and (mostly) downs of the commodities market. Julia wanted to do better for her family and farmers in her region, changing the equity of the coffee trading game from the middleman to the farmers, who bear the brunt of the risks involved in farming and harvesting coffee. Julia and her husband Jeff left their promising corporate careers to start Peixoto Coffee in Arizona in 2015 to produce, import, roast, and bring to the market coffees farmed at their own family-farm, challenging the status-quo of the market and the traditional profiles expected of Brazilian coffees. We discuss: Julia's life on the coffee farm The hardships producers face Leaving her career for her higher calling in coffee Developing skill and finding mentors Running a coffee shop with a deeper narrative The first steps in vertical integration The challenges of leadership and importance of systems Having faith that you can figure it out Sustainable relationships and long term commitment Hiring staff to represent the vision and story Links: www.peixotocoffee.com Instagram: @peixotocoffee Related episodes: 288 : The Truth behind Cheap Coffee w/ Karl Weinhold 335: A Better Business Model for Coffee Farmers w/ Thaleon Tremain of Pachamama Coffee 413 : Coffee Education and Training at Origin w/ Fabiola Solano of Soy Barista 348: Founder Friday! w/ Benito Burmudez of Cafe Unido, Panama City, Panama! Hire Keys to the Shop Consulting to work with you 1:1 to transform your operations, quality, and people. Schedule a free discovery call now! https://calendly.com/chrisdeferio/30min Thank you to our amazing sponsors! Get the best brewer and tool for batch espresso, iced lattes, and 8 minute cold brew! www.groundcontrol.coffee The world loves plant based beverages and baristas love the Barista Series! www.pacificfoodservice.com
Hi there, beautiful souls! Welcome to The Embodied Leadership Podcast, today we have a solo episode where we're exploring a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of creating lasting success. Whether you're a business mogul, a creative spirit, or simply a human being striving to be your best self, this episode is for you. I'll be diving deep into the significance of your nervous system's capacity in shaping your sales, visibility, impact, and income. It's the foundation of a fulfilled life and sustainable success. In today's chat, I'll share an unpopular opinion that might just change the way you approach your goals. We'll unpack the concept of 'quantum leaping' and why nurturing your current capacity is essential for not just achieving but truly holding onto your success. So, get cozy, and let's get ready for some real talk that could transform the way you live and lead. In This Episode: 00:00 - Opening Insights on Nervous System and Success 01:25 - The Dynamics of Quantum Leaping 03:33 - Delving into Subconscious Self-Sabotage 05:11 - Valuing Subtle Shifts in Personal Growth 07:48 - The Interplay of Support Systems and Success 12:07 - Privilege and Experience in the Business Landscape 15:26 - The Spectrum of Leadership Experiences 17:31 - Grounding Entrepreneurship in Faith 21:32 - Balancing Early Business with Trust and Strategy 23:09 - Understanding Success Beyond Comparison 26:19 - Holding Happiness in the Now 28:01 - The Quest for Internal Fulfillment 30:17 - Body and Identity in Harmony 31:04 - Building Capacity and Comfort with Discomfort 32:42 - Savoring Success in the Present Moment 36:35 - Nervous System Mastery for Long-Term Success 39:19 - Gratitude and the Art of Savoring 41:17 - Holistic Transformation via the Nervous System 43:48 - Well-being and Capacity as Priorities 44:53 - Closing Thoughts and Next Steps Key Takeaways: Your nervous system's capacity significantly influences your success in sales, visibility, and income. Quantum leaps in life and business require a nervous system capable of handling new realities. Sustainable success is rooted in a holistic approach that includes addressing personal experiences and traumas. Comparing your journey to others can be misleading due to different backgrounds, support systems, and personal capacities. Strategies in business are essential, but they must be complemented by faith, trust, and a connection to something greater. The relationship with your nervous system is foundational for holding and sustaining success. The ability to sustain success is tied to how well one can handle current realities and relationships, including money and visibility. Gratitude for what one has in the present is necessary to welcome more success sustainably. Quotes: "Your current nervous system capacity for what is already in front of you is exactly what's impacting your success." - Rachael "Quantum leaping without the capacity to handle the new can lead to self-sabotage." - Rachael "It's the deep work that actually gives you the ability to create and hold the success that you desire." - Rachael “Your support system, which is connected to the different privileges you have, also influences the timing, longevity and sustainability of your success." - Rachael Thank you so much for joining me today. It's been a pleasure sharing my thoughts and insights with you. Remember, your journey is unique, and embracing every step with intention and care is what leads to true success. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Connect & Work With Rachael: For The Legacy: The Membership Instagram TikTok Youtube 1:1 Coaching Application Blog The Embodied Leadership Newsletter If you enjoyed today's episode, please let me know by leaving a 5-star review on whatever platform you're listening to this, or sharing this episode on your Instagram stories and tagging me! It means so much and helps us reach more gorgeous souls who need to hear these messages!
In this week's episode, I'm talking about getting asked if I'm steroids at the gym (lol), I'm giving you a long overdue update on the baker who dropped the ball at our wedding---what really happened?!, I'm sharing my top 3 current favourite:Glute exercisesDelt exercisesProtein picksSongsPodcastsProducts.Lastly, I'm sharing my weekly R.E.P.O.R.T and answering 2 listener questions: should I slowly reverse diet or quickly return to maintenance? and how to keep making progress in the gym when you have limited access to weights?Jessica DeFino Article: Is it Possible to Resist the Pressures of the Beauty Industry?Support the showInterested in working together? Here's how I can help: Body recomposition: Sustainable fat loss--for good. If you feel like you want personalized support in taking the final steps towards improving your relationship with food and your body, I am here to provide one-on-one guidance. This may be especially helpful if you have already been working on this for some time and are looking for additional support to make further progress. Establishing and focusing on healthy habits (movement, nutrition, sleep, stress management), and/or Finding a balanced, flexible, & sustainable approach to achieving your body goals, then I'd love to connect: email@example.com OR fill out my application form. Send me a DM on Instagram: @aliciamayconnorsCheck out my Website: www.wellnesswithalicia.comCheck back every week for a NEW episode! Currently available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, an...
“I gave a very clear example about being in pain, and when you're in that level of pain, you are willing to literally do whatever it takes.” - JessIn this episode of Confessions podcast, we're diving deep into the world of recurring revenue. We share our experiences and insights on the benefits of offering monthly options, the shift from one-off projects to long-term contracts, and the importance of marketing and positioning these offerings. Plus, we discuss the value of addressing pain points and saving time for our nonprofit clients.Tune in as we spill the beans on how we're navigating the world of recurring revenue and creating sustainable income in our businesses. It's a candid conversation that's sure to offer some valuable takeaways for fellow nonprofit coaches and consultants.Key Highlights:Why Recurring Revenue Matters Your business is like a marathon, not a sprint. If you only rely on one-time transactions, you're constantly chasing new clients, which can be exhausting. Recurring revenue brings stability, allowing you to plan and budget with more confidence. It's a win-win for you and your clients. For many nonprofits, predictable monthly expenses are a game-changer, making it easier for them to budget and manage cash flow.Navigating Pricing and Contracts Pricing can be a tricky beast. Both Jess and Cindy share insights on how to package services and offerings in a way that makes sense for recurring revenue. It's not just about setting a monthly price, but also understanding the value of your services and the needs of your clients. Jess gives an amazing example of how to create annual programs and simplify the approval process for your clients. Clever Marketing Strategies Understanding your audience and their pain points is key. Jess and Cindy discuss the importance of marketing strategies tailored to the value you provide. Jess offers a fresh take by focusing on time-saving benefits, a perspective less explored in the industry. This approach aims to resonate with nonprofits feeling the impact of time constraints. Cindy shares her experiences with marketing recurring revenue options to consulting and nonprofit audiences, offering valuable tips for consultants to position their offerings effectively.Playing Chess, Not Checkers As Jess mentions, playing chess, not checkers, in business is about working smarter, not harder. It's about being strategic and forward-thinking. Cindy chimes in, highlighting the need to create long-term contracts, especially when offering indefinite services, giving a direct boost to recurring revenue and long-term relationships.Keep in mind, recurring revenue can help stabilize your business and provide consistent income. By understanding your audience, pricing your offerings appropriately and effectively marketing the benefits, you can create a successful recurring revenue model for your nonprofit coaching or consulting business.Find Us Online: https://www.confessionswithjessandcindy.comConnect with Cindy:Cindy Wagman Coaching https://cindywagman.com The Good Partnership https://www.thegoodpartnership.comConnect with Jess: Out In the Boons: https://www.outintheboons.me Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Christine Li welcomes back Amy Lang, a master health coach, certified personal trainer, and author of the new book, "Thoughts Are Habits Too." Listen in as they discuss the process of writing the book, dive into the principles outlined in it and as Amy explains the abundance principle and the significance of making choices from a state of abundance rather than scarcity. Stay tuned as Amy shares the importance of approaching health and weight management from a place of self-love, playing the long game, and knowing one's personal motivation. Amy Lang, host of the Happy & Healthy with Amy Lang podcast and founder of Moxie Club, coaches women in STEM on how to achieve lasting weight loss and create deep health. Prior to starting Moxie Club, Amy worked with thousands of clients over 15+ years as the owner of Pacific Heights Health Club in San Francisco. She loves sharing what works and what doesn't work when it comes to motivation and creating healthy habits, and she loves empowering women and helping them become joyful eaters.Timestamps:•[5:37] Christine Li and Amy Lang discuss the rejection of diet culture and the underlying belief that self-worth is tied to body size.•[11:45] Amy Lang emphasizes the importance of creating habits that promote long-term well-being, rather than focusing on weight loss or dieting.•[19:48] Amy talks about prioritizing self-care and self-love, finding humor and perspective when making choices that align with your values, rather than trying to fit an ideal body image. •[31:03] Amy Lang encourages listeners to become aware of their thoughts and question their truthfulness and kindness. For more information on the Make Time for Success podcast, visit: https://www.maketimeforsuccesspodcast.comGain Access to Dr. Christine Li's Free Resource Library where she offers you 12 downloadable tools and templates to help you bypass the impulse to procrastinate. CLICK HERE NOW TO CLAIM YOUR FREE RESOURCES: https://procrastinationcoach.mykajabi.com/freelibraryTo work with Dr. Li on a weekly basis in her coaching and accountability program, please register for The Success Lab here: https://www.procrastinationcoach.com/labConnect with Us!Dr. Christine LiWebsite: https://www.procrastinationcoach.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/procrastinationcoachInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/procrastinationcoach/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@procrastinationcoachAmy LangWebsite: https://www.moxie-club.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amy.moxieclubInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/habitwhisperer/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amymoxieclub/Get the first habit of "Thoughts Are Habits Too" and Amy's Joyful Eating Roadmap: https://www.thoughtsarehabitstoo.com/
It's crazy but it's true: Only in America do we trample each other for sales exactly ONE day after being thankful for what we already have.Corporations want us to believe that happiness lies in stuff, but research consistently suggests otherwise. On today's re-air: A conversation with blogger Barbara Alfeo about making the most of the day after Thanksgiving in ways that have nothing to do with shopping.Here's a preview: [4:00] A Black Friday primer: Its humble origins and its spectacular modern-day popularity[8:15] Why do we over-shop? It's likely to fill the hole that our communities used to fill[12:00] Get out of the stores and get off the internet; have an anti-Black Friday instead. Here's how[20:00] Are you *just* a consumer or are you a helper, a volunteer, a friend? Here's why Black Friday is the perfect day to give back [26:00] How to set clear cut gifting limits so you don't overspend on Cyber Monday and throughout the holiday season--Join our (free!) community here.Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube.Say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com.Our Sponsors:* Thank you to Factor! Use code sustainable50 for 50% off. https://www.factor75.com/* Thank you to LifeStraw Home! Use code SUSTAINABLE for 20% off. https://lifestraw.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
This episode was recorded live from Munich, as the official podcast of SEMICON Europa. The theme of this year's event is Shaping a Sustainable $1 Trillion Era. Françoise von Trapp talks with some of the keynote speakers about the roles their companies play in achieving this goal. talking with some of the Keynote speakers about the roles their company plays in this task. From Paul de Bot of TSMC Europe, you'll learn about the company's R&D investment in continued CMOS scaling and 3D integration, as well as a $32B investment worldwide in capacity expansion to support Moore's Law, specialty technologies for the automotive market, and advanced packaging. De Bot explains the different strategies used in Europe, including a partnership with Bosch, Infineon, and NXP, and addresses the company's commitment to green manufacturing and sustainability. Imec's Luc Van Den hove explains what he means by “polycrisis” – a word he used to describe the multitude of challenges facing the world, with a specific focus on climate change, and how imec is working to solve these challenges using AI and data analysis. He also talks about the conundrum of using semiconductors to solve climate change, while trying to half our own carbon footprint. Imec is bringing together the entire ecosystem to address these challenges together. Rebecca Dobson, of our member company, Cadence explains the complexities of generative AI, and how it will be a key enabler of growth for the European microelectronics industry. You'll learn how generative AI impacts team productivity and design team structure, and how it can be used to help us reach our sustainability goals, as well as how it can be used to increase productivity. Lihong Cao, of ASE Group, talks about the challenges the advanced packaging sector is facing as we enter the chiplet era and how to address them. You'll learn about the importance of developing an integrated chiplet design ecosystem. You'll also learn how heterogeneous integration can help solve industry challenges in a sustainable way. Contact our Speakers on LinkedIn:· Paul de Bot, General Manager, EMEA at TSMC Europe· Luc Van Den hove, President and CEO at imec · Rebecca Dobson, Corporate VP, EMEA, Cadence Lihong Cao, Senior Director, Engineering/Technical Marketing, ASE Group Support the showBecome a sustaining member! Like what you hear? Follow us on LinkedIn and TwitterInterested in reaching a qualified audience of microelectronics industry decision-makers? Invest in host-read advertisements, and promote your company in upcoming episodes. Contact Françoise von Trapp to learn more. Interested in becoming a sponsor of the 3D InCites Podcast? Check out our 2023 Media Kit. Learn more about the 3D InCites Community and how you can become more involved.
Think you've cracked the code on healthy living? Hold onto your green smoothies because we're about to flip the nutrition script! Prepare for a paradigm shift around healthy food as we spill the beans on how to start a plant based diet.We're here to take the stress out of healthy eating, untangle the confusion knots, and serve up actionable steps to nourish your body with the most nutritious foods on the planet. Say goodbye to dieting drama and hello to fueling your body optimally with mouthwatering, wholesome meals that'll make your taste buds dance. And if you've ever doubted the flavor of vegan food, get ready to have that myth shattered!Healing naturally with food world doesn't have to be overwhelming. In fact, it shouldn't be! We're diving into practical strategies for seamlessly transitioning to this lifestyle so you can finally feel better and enjoy an active life.
Ray Isle hails from “Deep in the Heart of Texas”, and is the son of an English professor, and he probably pissed his dad off after leaving academia to pursue wine writing. He is the Executive Wine Editor for “Food and Wine” and the Wine and Spirits Editor for “Travel and Leisure”. He has been on the beat for over two decades covering wine, spirits, and cocktails. Ray is a journalist, sought-after speaker, and now author. His brand-new book, “The World in a Wine Glass: The Insider's Guide to Artisanal, Sustainable, Extraordinary Wines to Drink Now”, is an extensive and personal tome on the great natural wines and their makers from around the world. Photo Courtesy of Sam Benrubi.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Grape Nation by becoming a member!The Grape Nation is Powered by Simplecast.
Do you want your investments to make the world a better place? Learn how to earn solid market returns while driving positive social change. In this episode, Felecia and sustainable investing experts Ben and Kylelane unpack how everyday investors can align their money with their values. Discover funds focused on everything from clean energy to racial justice that perform on par with traditional offerings. Plus, get tips on seeing through the marketing hype to spot truly responsible investments. Whether you care about women's empowerment, economic equality, or preserving the planet, it's possible to do good while growing your wealth over the long term. Dive into this conversation for actionable insights you can start applying today. 00:00 - Kyle and Ben's Background on Growing Money 06:45 - What is Sustainable Investing? 10:06 - Distinguishing Socially Responsible Investing and Sustainable Investing 16:51 - Finding the Right Fund Manager and How to Evaluate Sustainable Funds 22:17 - Till Investor's Mission: Aligning People's Investments and Values 25:09 - Socially-Focused Investment Options 29:07 - Investing in Long-Term Funds 37:45 - Closing Segment Resources Mentioned https://www.lendonate.com/ https://www.cdfifund.gov/ Sustainable Investing: An ESG Starter Kit for Everyday Investors Connect with Ben and Kylelane! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benvivari/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylelanepurcell/ Website: https://tillinvestors.com Be the Boss of Your Own Money and Own Your Future. Connect with us and Discover Investment Strategies Designed to make a Difference. Website: https://moneywithmission.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/moneywithmission Quote: "Investing is about clarity. If the fund information doesn't resonate, it's not for you. Transparency is the true indicator of quality." - Kylelane Purcell "Never give your money to a stranger; take control and understand where it goes. It's your money, your story—make it count." - Felecia Froe
The Washington Capitals are rolling, at 8-1-1 in their last 10 games. Jenaya breaks down the top-5 reasons why this success should be sustainable for the Caps.
In this episode, we talk with our special guest Dr. Ann Deaton about supporting leaders in creating and developing sustainable results through VUCA tools. Ann is a leadership and team coach. She is the author of the book, VUCA Tools for a VUCA World: Developing Leaders and Teams for Sustainable Results. During her two-decade career in healthcare, she held supervisory and leadership roles in several healthcare and rehabilitation systems, where she had the opportunity to experience both the suffering that comes with unacknowledged paradox and the success that accompanies consciously assessing both/and thinking. Ann discusses VUCA Tools and how it influences companies and support leaders to thrive during these challenging times. We also talk about some common polarities that many leaders and organizations are grappling with today. For full show notes and links, visit: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llc https://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLC https://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLC https://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
Links:Explore Zeal Industries WebsiteCheck out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us firstname.lastname@example.org!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/ The views expressed by external guests on Aquademia are their own and do not reflect the opinions of Aquademia or the Global Seafood Alliance. Listeners are advised to independently verify information and consult experts for any specific advice or decisions.
Today, you're invited to join me on a visit to Everbloom Fields, an urban flower farm located just south of downtown Dallas. Sarah Jo Eversole is the primary farmer with a little maintenance help from her husband, Matt, and their two young children are often found playing among the flowers while Sarah Jo tends to […] The post Episode 637: Growing high-value cut flowers for Dallas weddings and event florists, with Sarah Jo Eversole of Everbloom Fields appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
On the Wednesday, Nov. 22 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia is getting a funding boost for Alzheimer's research; Savannah-based aircraft maker, GulfStream, sets a transatlantic flight historic first; and we talk with Georgia-born musician Chan Marshall, better known as Cat Power, about her new Bob Dylan covers album.
To one extreme, you can make faster and less sustainable changes, on the other you can make slower and more sustainable changes. They are like a seesaw though, there is a lot of opportunity in between. In this episode, I share why this is the case, the pros and cons of each, and my recommendation on how to mix the two. Last week I discussed just the mentality of it. This week in Part 2, I focus on this topic through the physique lens.Work with Jenny the Nutritionist in Create Your Shape:https://jennythenutritionist.com/create-your-shape/Follow Jenny the Nutritionist on Instagram:@jennythenutritionist
The Bitcoin News Roundup: get the biggest stories and find out what grinds Walker's gears this week.Milei & ArgentinaIllicit BináncePentagon shenanigansSustainable BitcoinCBDC TrackerVoting with Bitcoin & NostrKraken & crypto securities& More*****FOLLOW ON NOSTR: https://primal.net/walkerNpub: npub1cj8znuztfqkvq89pl8hceph0svvvqk0qay6nydgk9uyq7fhpfsgsqwrz4uFOLLOW ON TWITTER:https://twitter.com/walkeramericahttps://twitter.com/titcoinpodcastWATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@walkeramericaWATCH ON RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/user/WalkerAmericaBITCOIN PODCAST WEBSITE: https://bitcoinpodcast.net
The overhiring in the technology sector at the end of the pandemic, the resulting layoffs, and the knock-on effects on talent acquisition have been well-documented this year. However, big tech isn't the only area where this has happened. Other talent markets have also been through a similar journey. So how can employers hire more sustainably, and what new talent strategies are companies adopting to build more flexibility? My guest this week is Carina Clingman, Founder and CEO of Recruitomics, a talent consultancy working with start-ups and scale-ups in the Biotech industry. The Biotech industry has had a big issue with overhiring in the last few years. Carina has some insights on sustainable hiring models, which are also relevant in many other sectors. In the interview, we discuss: The changing talent marketing in Biotech Challenging for scaling companies Aligning talent strategies with business goals Fractional hiring Understanding candidate motivations Balancing growth with sustainable hiring The dangers of overhiring What can larger employers learn from start-ups and scale-ups Total talent thinking What is the future for recruiters? Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.
In this live episode of Sustainably Influenced hosted by Bianca Foley, we will be deep diving into what it means to look after not only our planet but ourselves. We discuss the psychological impact of climate change, eco-anxiety and self-care as well as examine the relationship between sustainable lifestyle choices and individual well-being. We'll discuss eco-anxiety, sustainable living tips, resilience in the face of environmental challenges, and even the psychology of fashion in the context of sustainability. Our aim is to provide you with valuable information and perspectives that can help you navigate these complex issues in a meaningful way.Our guests today are Chloe Pierre, Author, Creator and founder of the wellness platform thy.self; Shakaila Forbes-Bell, Author and Fashion Psychologist; and Lydia Bolton. Fashion Designer and creator.The new season of Sustainably Influenced will be back in the new year so subscribe and listen back to previous episodes of Sustainably Influenced on all good podcast platforms. You can follow @sustainablyinfluenced on Instagram and TT. I'm Bianca Foley, thank you for listening. This season of Sustainably Influenced, was produced by Content is Queen, Sound editor, Amber Miller, presented by Bianca Foley Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Host Jon Olson talks with Devry Boughner Vorwerk, CEO of DevryBV Sustainable Strategies about the nexus of food security and national security.
Host Jon Olson talks with Devry Boughner Vorwerk, CEO of DevryBV Sustainable Strategies about the nexus of food security and national security.
Our conversation spotlights the landscape for climate-related lawsuits, including recent developments within California and across the globe. Featured is Amantia Muhedini, Sustainable & Impact Investing Strategist Americas, UBS Chief Investment Office, and Jonathan Bailey, Global Head of ESG & Impact Investing at Neuberger Berman. Host: Daniel Cassidy
My guest on this episode of The Courage of a Leader podcast is Kim-Adele Randall. Kim-Adele is an inspiring people-focused leader, consultant, author, and speaker.In this episode, we discuss how to authentically lead through emotional challenges. We explore the importance of self-awareness, vulnerability, and compassion in leadership. Kim-Adele also shared tips on how to navigate difficult emotions, build trust with your team, and create a supportive workplace culture.You'll appreciate the way that she thinks about and approaches difficult situations with others. Her authenticity and practical, transformative guidance permeates this episode. I'm excited to share it with all of you. About the Guest: Kim-Adele Randall is a renowned business consultant, international bestselling author, inspirational keynote and TEDx speaker, and proud mum, coupling 25 years in the corporate world with lessons she has garnered throughout her journey to help others achieve sustainable transformation for professional and personal success.She is currently writing the forthcoming book Authentic Achievements - The 7 Secrets to Building Brave Belief, Unstoppable Sales, and Turning Your Leaders Into Talent Magnets for Guaranteed Sustainable Growth, based on her experience delivering those results for organisations including Sage and Barclay's Bank. About the Host: Amy L. Riley is an internationally renowned speaker, author and consultant. She has over 2 decades of experience developing leaders at all levels. Her clients include Cisco Systems, Deloitte and Barclays.As a trusted leadership coach and consultant, Amy has worked with hundreds of leaders one-on-one, and thousands more as part of a group, to fully step into their leadership, create amazing teams and achieve extraordinary results. Amy's most popular keynote speeches are:The Courage of a Leader: The Power of a Leadership LegacyThe Courage of a Leader: Create a Competitive Advantage with Sustainable, Results-Producing Cross-System CollaborationThe Courage of a Leader: Accelerate Trust with Your Team, Customers and CommunityThe Courage of a Leader: How to Build a Happy and Successful Hybrid Team Her new book is a #1 international best-seller and is entitled, The Courage of a Leader: How to Inspire, Engage and Get Extraordinary Results. www.courageofaleader.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/amyshoopriley/ Resources mentioned in the podcastCrucial Conversations: https://cruciallearning.com/books/The Inspire Your Team assessment (the courage assessment): https://courageofaleader.com/inspireyourteam/ Thanks for listening!Thanks so much for listening to The Courage of a Leader podcast! If you got inspired and/or got valuable leadership techniques you can use from this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have questions or feedback about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! Subscribe to the podcastIf you would like to get automatic updates of new The Courage of a Leader podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Leave us an Apple...
Is that Christmas in the air, or is it capitalism?There's no doubt about it: overconsumption degrades the planet. Enter Secondhand Sunday, a new-ish shopping holiday that's nestled between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It's dedicated to all-things thrifted and redirects shoppers away from mass consumption and toward pre-loved items instead. On today's show Poshmark's Kelly Mason inspires us to think differently about shopping during the holidays.(P.S. Are you putting up your Christmas tree this weekend? Listen to Episode #323: O Christmas Tree first!) Here's a preview:[2:45] The case for normalizing secondhand items as gifts[6:00] We live in a different world than we did as children! Here's why it's high-time our giving rituals adapt to our current enviro-reality[13:00] Would your loved ones be open to receiving a secondhand gift? This is what market research says[15:00] Skeptics, unite! How to best dip your toe into the secondhand lifestyle[21:00] Why it's individual voices (a.k.a. yours and mine) that contribute to the collective gifting mindset shift --Join our (free!) community here.Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube.Say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com.Our Sponsors:* Thank you to Factor! Use code sustainable50 for 50% off. https://www.factor75.com/* Thank you to LifeStraw Home! Use code SUSTAINABLE for 20% off. https://lifestraw.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Trendy food and beverage categories often elicit a gold rush. The nascent market for ready-to-drink cocktails, in which new brands are launched seemingly every day, has sparked the latest one. Cy Cain, the co-founder and CEO of Portland, Oregon-based Straightaway Cocktails, praises growing interest and demand for bottled and canned cocktails, but he believes that “there will always be a flight to quality.” Indeed, the brand's prioritization of premium ingredients and blending methods continues to pay off. Launched in 2018, Straightaway produces a range of RTD cocktails crafted to replicate bar quality libations. The company also markets ACCOMPANi, Straightaway's sister brand of liqueurs, amari and vermouth. The award-winning products are available in 48 states through its e-commerce platform, Whole Foods stores and select locations of regional chains New Seasons and Market of Choice. In this episode, Cain spoke about how years of preparation prior to launching Straightaway gave the brand a strong foundation on which to build, why passion and opportunity equally drive the business forward and how he assesses a broader opportunity to reach consumers in other beverage alcohol categories. Show notes: 0:43: Interview: Cy Cain, Co-Founder & CEO, Straightaway Cocktails - Taste Radio editor Ray Latif spoke with Cain about Straightaway's hometown of Portland, Oregon, how “honoring the craft” and collaboration is driving the city's CPG scene, and the brand's partnership with Alaska Airlines. Cain also discussed how his background in the coffee industry impacted and informed his decision to launch a cocktail company, Straightaway's roots as an underground brand, how early learnings influenced its development and why “balance is everything” is key to its formulation strategy. He also explained how an analysis of consumer behavior and growing demand for high-quality cocktails led to his belief that standardization of batched cocktails would be a viable, and potentially thriving, business. The conversation further touches on growth drivers for the RTD cocktail category and why he sees it challenging beer and wine in the coming years, why strategic companies entering the space is a good thing and the reason he describes Straightaway as both a “first-wave” and “third-wave” brand. Brands in this episode: Straightaway Cocktails, Starbucks, Salt & Straw, Stumptown Coffee, Steven Smith Teamaker, Jacobsen Salt, Tazo, Stash Tea
Bryan Saunders, global director and head of IoT industry consulting for SAS, a leader in advanced analytics, joins Amy Bryson, contributing lead editor of Smart Manufacturing magazine, for a discussion about how manufacturers can harness and transform their data into usable insights to drive better decision making.
We met Gunter Pauli on the sidelines of Tallinn Greentech Week to talk about the Blue Economy. Here are the main points of the discussion: The blue economy concept and its potential to replace the green economy Pauli is frustrated with the green economy and argues it's too expensive and incompatible with market demands. the limitations of economies of scale in the global market, arguing that consumers prefer unique and diverse products. the potential for waste from coffee production to be used for mushroom farming, with 6000 initiatives around the world already adopting this approach. Blue economy, local materials, and sustainable business models (from 4:51) the rise of the "blue economy," where companies prioritize local and sustainable practices, citing Novamount as a successful example. the importance of collaboration and resilience in the blue economy, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. the potential of using weeds as a source of bioplastics, highlighting the benefits of vertical integration and the ability to generate more value through the use of local materials. how the business model can change by using an old stranded petrochemical facility, reducing costs and increasing the lifespan of the acid, making the product competitive in the market. Sustainable paper production and water conservation (from 9:39) the importance of recognizing and utilizing available resources, using the example of stone paper production. the potential of using waste products from forestry companies to create a sustainable business, drawing on the example of mushroom cultivation. the potential of using mining waste to produce paper, generating significant value and reducing water and land use. Sustainable business practices and education (from 15:23) the importance of working with the next generation to implement sustainable practices and reduce environmental impact. the importance of keeping a childlike curiosity and exploration in adults, as it can lead to innovation and progress. the potential of children to drive positive change, citing examples of initiatives in Estonia and China that involve translating fables into stone and bringing them to schools. Sustainable transportation and energy solutions (from 20:14) visiting local companies that are making a positive impact in their field, specifically a mushroom company that is doing extraordinary work. abolishing the use of Excel sheets proposal to transform ferry transport in the Baltic by prioritizing local transportation and goods, reducing carbon footprint. the importance of extracting oneself from limitations and constraints, using examples of their entrepreneurial ventures. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special presentation of our sister show, the Brewbound Podcast, Bernstein Autonomous analysts Nadine Sarwat and Trevor Stirling share what they know so far about Ozempic, Wegovy and other diet/diabetes drugs' effect on alcoholic beverage consumption.
On this week's episode, Hannah and Morgan have a candid discussion on assessing if your business is sustainable. They go through the stages of business: the infancy years, the three year milestone, and from three years and on. THEN comes the nitty-gritty: What makes up a sustainable business? Are you still working 60 hours a week? Do you still like what you do? Hannah and Morgan lay all the components of running a sustainable business on the table for ya in this episode![FREE MASTERCLASS] Maximizing New Year EnergyBe sure to subscribe, share with a friend and leave us a review to help people find our work!Sign up for our newsletter for pep talks, business round ups, resources, and things we've been loving during the week.This podcast is brought to you by Morgan and Hannah's daily consumption of coffee. You can buy us a coffee here! Follow Weight Inclusive Innovators on Instagram.Email us with questions or show topics at email@example.com.Where to Find Morgan:Morgan Sinclair DesignsWeight Inclusive Business AcademyThe Eating ExpeditionWhere to Find Hannah:Values Driven GroupNourishED Colorado
Hello! This is episode 298, and in it, I'm talking with Brian Guinan from I-Smart Building Group. Brian Guinan is a builder and the director of I-Smart Building Group, a company delivering High performance custom residential homes with a heavy focus on PassivHaus. This episode is part of a special series on the National Construction Code, and NCC 2022. [For all resources mentioned in this podcast and a free, downloadable PDF transcript, head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/298] In this first part of my conversation with Brian, we learn more about his background, how he became an industry leader in sustainable building, how he got involved in Builders Declare and now Sustainable Builders Alliance. And he also talks through how he specifically achieves high performance building outcomes in an efficient and fast-tracked way. We also discuss the whole ‘passive solar vs passive house' conversation that can happen in the sustainable sector of the industry. Remember, if you'd like to grab a full transcript of this episode, plus information on the resources we discuss, you can do that by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/298. Now, let's dive in! SHOW NOTES: If you're struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and when, or how to best invest your efforts, energy and money to get a great outcome in your future home, I've created something super helpful for you. Access my free online workshop “Your Project Plan” now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan This free workshop will really help you understand the best steps to take wherever you're at in your project, and how you can avoid some serious and expensive mistakes. Plus, I'll share with you what to focus on and when, so you know you're getting everything in order for a successful project and beautiful home. And you'll get access to some great bonuses as well. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST: For links, images and resources mentioned in this podcast, head to >>> www.undercoverarchitect.com/298. Access my free “Your Project Plan” online workshop and awesome bonuses now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan Access the support and guidance you need to be confident and empowered when renovating and building your family home inside my flagship online program >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/courses/the-home-method/ Just a reminder: All content on this podcast is provided by Undercover Architect for reference purposes and as general guidance. It does not take into account specific circumstances and should not be relied on in that way. You should seek independent verification or advice before relying on this content in any circumstances, including but not limited to circumstances where loss or damage may result. The views and opinions of any guests on the podcast are solely their own. They may not reflect the views of Undercover Architect. Undercover Architect endeavours to publish content that is accurate at the time it is published, but does not accept responsibility for content that may or has become inaccurate over time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.