You should place these 6 Ps prominently on your home service website: product, place, price, promotion, people, and personality. Yeah, we said price. In this episode, I chat with Chris Yano, CEO at RYNO Strategic Solutions, about what he's learned from his depth of 14 years' experience marketing for home service businesses. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - How Chris finally got the attention of Gary Vee - Two common themes from coaching and marketing in the trades - The 6 Ps of a website that will please prospects - Why price belongs on your website - Reasons Chris is grateful he started a podcast Check out these resources we mentioned: - Chris's podcast is To the Point - Traction by Gino Wickman - The New One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades onApple Podcasts,Spotify, orhere. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
This week we're talking about how to create and use a player setting guide. Do you need one and is the right time to create it? What should you include and how should you design it? All this and more in this weeks episode of Tinker's Toolbox. Shape We Speak Common by filling out our Listener Feedback Survey: https://forms.gle/oPvKtNK2FjStrHug7 Closes On December 2nd Want to get involved? Support the Podcast on Patreon Find us on twitter: @WeSpeakCommon Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us online at https://wespeakcommon.com/ Check out our Partners: The Dice Dungeon - Get beautifully crafted metal sets of dice for your D&D game at https://thedicedungeon.co.uk Use Code 'WeSpeakCommon' at checkout for 10% off your order while supporting the show. dScryb - Enhance your theatre of the mind with expertly crafter boxed text of monsters, locations and spells at https://dscryb.com Use Code 'COMMON' at checkout for 10% off your order while supporting the show. Manscapped - Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code 'COMMON' at Manscaped.com. Unlock your confidence and always use the right tools for the job with MANSCAPED. Podcast Theme: "Street Dancing" by Timecrawler 82 (freemusicarchive.org) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Stephen Chriss, Customer Vice President, Shopper & Omni Channel Marketing at Campbell's Soup Company, shares how brands expand their toolkits to keep up with the constantly changing digital and shopping landscape. Stephen explains the value in “speaking in one voice” to your consumer as you connect your omnichannel experience. Lastly, he debunks and redefines the buzzword “shopper” - and even advises brands on using supply chain as a growth opportunity!
One way to reach the Spanish speaking population of the U.S. market is to make your ads in Spanish, not in English with Hablamos Español pasted on. In this episode, I chat with Mario Campirano, Owner at Express Electrical Service, about his pride and passion for marketing to Spanish speakers and uplifting his local community. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - Mario's journey from digging trenches to 32 trucks in the field - The family feel of his company culture - His calling to help others pursue their dreams - Strategies for marketing to Spanish speakers in the U.S. - Recruiting and training electricians Check out these resources we mentioned: - Pew Research Center - Zippa.com - Los Titans presents Spanish in the Trades If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades onApple Podcasts,Spotify, orhere. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for social studies teachers! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Places & faces Research Instructional tools Did I miss one of your favorite science tools or resources? Send me a tweet or drop a comment on this post and let me know what I missed! ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, I would appreciate your honest rating and review! You can connect with me, John Sowash, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. I would love to hear your thoughts on the show!
Today I start a series I call REPAIREDNESS. I am going to cover over multiple episodes what materials and tools to have on hand for common household emergencies when help isn't around the corner.www.toolmantim.co
Support Black Women Stitch and Stitch Please podcast with a 2022 Black Women Stitch Wall CalendarGEL Collective Resources:Elemental Mystery Quilt websiteElemental Mystery Quilt Registration and ToolkitEpisode 45 of Stitch PleaseGel Design Mystery Quilts Facebook groupFrom GEL: Parallel Universe was successful beyond our imagining, and we want Elemental to be even better. The three of us reviewed what went well and what we could do better, so here's what you can expect from the 2022 mystery:A Special Collector's Edition Tool Box with Swag (while supplies last) – we know that getting something in the mail makes people feel more connected to the experience, and we want YOU to know that you're special to us too! This is included in your registration and will ship to your doorstep.3 brand-new tools (1 from each instructor) that are included in your registration price – no more guessing whether it's buried in your sewing room, no need to print paper templates and struggle with sizing and cutting repetitively! This will come inside your Tool Box.Pre-recorded video lessons that launch with the PDF pattern – eliminates tech issues and allows us to focus on what we do best: teaching!Live Q&A Sessions with each instructor – so you don't miss out on that bonding experience with each instructor in a more relaxed settingSimulcast of live sessions into the classroom – so not having a Facebook account isn't a barrier to your participationStandard pattern formatting & instructions, less color saturation – we're hiring a tech editor & illustrator to make it easier for you to follow the pattern from week to week & save printer inkSimplified ordering – you can order all your supplies in our new One Stop Shop!We hope you agree that these will make Elemental a breeze for you and we look forward to seeing you!
What's in your toolbox? Learn about the many different tools that you need to have in your marriage toolbox. | "Do not wait. The time will never be “just right”. Start where you stand, and use whatever tools you have at your command and better tools will be found as you go along." —George Herbert Do You Need Personal Help to Improve Your Marriage? Talking about your marriage can be a sensitive topic. Words can be taken the wrong way and suddenly you have an argument on your hands. You want to help your marriage yet you find yourself hurting it (and each other). It's amazing how the little things can hurt your marriage...Or big things that you don't even realize are happening. Problems are swept under the rug and ignored until someone asks for a divorce. Apply for Coaching with Alisa Today Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Working with your spouse can be absolutely ego destroying at best. At worst, it can ruin your business and your relationship. Ready to learn from a couple who succeeded? In this episode, I chat with Sarah Casebier and Brad Casebier, Owner and President, respectively, at Radiant Plumbing & Air Conditioning, a company they built from scratch that now brings in $50M in revenue. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - Sarah's shift from an ER labor and delivery nurse to GM of Radiant - Brad's fear that he wouldn't have a role in a service company - Concurrent business coaching and life coaching - Candid struggles in co-leading a business - Incorporating private equity into the business partnership Check out these additional resources: - The Survival Guide to Working with Your Spouse by Brad Casebier - Making Sense of Men by Alison Armstrong - Loving What Is by Byron Katie - Plumbing and Mechanical - The Mike Dillard Show - Ellen Rohr: Your Job is Hard, Keep Your Financials Simple If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades onApple Podcasts,Spotify, orhere. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
Episode 097 - The A2Z HealingToolbox for Those Who Grieve (Mon. 11-15-2021) Susan Hannifin-MacNab is the creator of the A to Z Healing Toolbox, a great resource for navigating grief and trauma with practical tools and resources. Susan became a widow when her husband was killed in a car accident, leaving her with a young son. Using the wisdom she gained through her experience, Susan wrote the A to Z Healing Toolbox to help others who have similar experiences begin to restore, renew, and rebuild their lives. As an educator and social worker, Susan recognized the need for a grief resource that was organized and offered a wide variety of tools. The A to Z Toolbox provides actionable suggestions for daily use. For those who aren't ready for the book, there's a simplified A2Z Online Toolbox that's even easier to access and use. You can find the A To Z Toolbox book at Itasca books and Amazon. Order the A to Z Toolbox book by Susan Hannifin-McNabb here:https://itascabooks.com/a-to-z-healing-toolbox/ or here: https://www.a2zhealingtoolbox.com/the-book-new/ Subscribe to Susan's online newsletter here: https://www.a2zhealingtoolbox.com/ Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: podcast page Connect with Helen and Jerry by sending an email to email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you to answer your questions and hear your comments.
“I had a toolbox full of addiction—alcohol, drugs, food, sex, gambling, work, all of it—and basically what I've done is taken out the addiction and replaced it with holistic practices, like meditation, yoga, breathing exercises, EMDR, equine therapy…you name it,” says Theo Fleury. Press play to hear his personal story and learn: How emotional trauma affects the nervous system The importance of all three sides of health and wellness: emotional, physical, and spiritual The critical difference between trying a certain type of therapy, and working at it The value in remembering that adversity breeds resilience Theo Fleury discovered his love for ice hockey at a young age: In it he found refuge from a household where addiction and mental illness were primary themes. But when he was just an adolescent, a hockey coach would subject Fleury to years of trauma and sexual abuse. Serious mental illness and addiction would ensue. Eventually, this experience would lead Fleury to become an expert in the field of relational trauma. Fleury shares what he's learned over the years, including the importance of talking about our negative emotions and experiences in order to work through them, rather than suppressing them through drugs or other forms of addiction. Tune in to hear the full conversation and explore more at https://theofleury.life/. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
When 2 men meet in prison and bond over a love of misogyny, the urge to sexually assault women, and the curiosity of the kill, you know it's bound to be a bad time. Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, AKA the Toolbox Killers, are 2 of the most statistic serial killers America has ever seen, and this week we deep dive into how they met and give you the details on how they murdered 5 innocent teen girls in the summer of 1978. This episode is especially graphic; listener discretion is advised. Visit www.perfectstranglers.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your listener stories! Please Rate and Review us on Apple Podcasts and hit that Subscribe button! Follow us on Facebook: Perfect Stranglers: A True Crime Podcast Instagram: @perfect_stranglers Twitter: @perfstranglers
KWR-0014 In the Devil's Toolbox Kingdom War Room Dr. Oswalt details how our emotions can be the devil's playground, and our violation of biblical principles regarding our emotions creates legal access to our lives by the enemy. In the Devil's Toolbox serves as a wake-up call to this generation to get their emotional lives in biblical order or else to pay the consequence in both this life and in eternity. Dr. Michael Lake, representing the Kingdom Intelligence Briefing and Biblical Life TV. www.kingdomintelligencebriefing.com Dr. Michael Spaulding, who is the teaching pastor of Calvary Chapel of Lima, OH, the author of Upsidedown in America, more than ten other books, and the host of Soaring Eagle Radio and Dr. Mike Live. Mike's website is www.drmikespaulding.com Richard E. Oswalt, J.D. an attorney, a believer, someone keenly aware of the reality of Spiritual warfare, and is the author of “In the Devil's Toolbox: The Hidden Tools Used by the Devil to Gain ‘Legal Access' to Your Life.” Richard's website is https://inthedevilstoolbox.com/
We like to read. In today's episode Colin and Reed share the books they've read recently and how those books are changing the way the think and act professionally. Purchasing these books via the links below may result in a small commission and is a great way to support the show. Thanks!Rogue Heroes by Ben McIntyreLucky 666 by Bob DruryThe Great Hunt by Robert JordanA Minute to Think by Juliet FuntThe Mission, the Men, and Me by Pete BlaberScale by Geoffrey WestMasters of Scale by Reid HoffmanThe E-Myth Revisited by Michael GerberMan's Search for Meaning by Viktor FranklYou end up where you're heading by Jimmy RexBuilding the Elite by Jonathan Pope & Craig WellerThe Gap and the Gain by Dan SullivanThe Happiness Advantage by Shawn AchorRadical Candor by Kim ScottMusic provided by Carlos Rivera. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlos_r15/Send inquiries to: email@example.comAudio production by Stephan Sanchez.Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail your questions and comments to email@example.com. Join the discussion about the podcast, the Air Force, officership, and the Profession of Arms at https://www.airforceofficerpodcast.com/.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirForceOfficerPodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airforceofficerpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/afofficerpodReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/afofficerpodShare your officer stories of all flavors using #shootthewatch.
Women bring something unique to the trades industry, to their customers, and to their employees. The female contractors who stand out most are the ones who are hungry to improve. In this episode, I chat with Desiree Grosman, Business Coach at Female Home Service Pros, about the 4 top challenges facing female owners in the trades. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - The difficulty of money management - Gaining the respect of your employees - The dynamics of husband-wife partnerships - Why a rebrand can be super effective - Hire year-round by keeping a database of potential employees Check out these resources we mentioned: - Dan Antonelli: 10 Takeaways on Rebranding for Breakout Success - The E-Myth by Michael E. Gerber - Profit First by Mike Michalowicz - The Go-Giver by Bob Burg - The Contractor's Guide To Saving 30+ Hours Per Week If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades onApple Podcasts,Spotify, orhere. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
Guy and Eitan talk about some important news, about Availability Sets in Azure, and several useful T-SQL scripts in our Toolbox. Relevant links: Azure Feedback is back! Troubleshooting SQL Server made easy via Notebooks – seeking your feedback Open sourcing the .NET 5 C# Language Extension for SQL Server Replication enhancements in the SQL Server 2019 CU13 release This episode was recorded on October 25th, before the important announcement about the release of SQL Server 2022. Check it out here. Availability Sets for Virtual Machines in Azure Madeira Toolbox Round-Up: Certificate Management Scripts Shrink All Shrinkable Transaction Logs.sql Ola Hallengren Recommended IndexOptimize Examples
Roy and Lawrence ended their nightmare of preying on young women and girls on Halloween night 1979, but we got something to be thankful for when they were arrested in a few weeks later.... --- 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/wickedness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wickedness/support
People become seriously sick, injured, or die because of conditions in buildings maintained by people doing work they shouldn't be doing. You may think it's rare, but it isn't. Look, experience doesn't necessarily mean skill. Skilled work requires education, proper training, and ongoing learning and development. A culture of learning is created by leaders who learn. In this episode, I chat with Willby Evans, Safety and Training Manager at Albuquerque Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc., about how a focus on safety has increased learning and profits and saved lives. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - Answering the calling to protect the public - Why experience doesn't equal skill - Leaders who set a culture of humility and learning - Willby's company's apprenticeship program - Strengthening your competitors with education Check out these resources we mentioned: - The National Center for Construction Education and Research - Leadership BS by Jeffrey Pfeiffer If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades onApple Podcasts,Spotify, orhere. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for teaching science! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Vocabulary tools Concept mapping Learning resources Did I miss one of your favorite science tools or resources? Send me a tweet or drop a comment on this post and let me know what I missed! ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, I would appreciate your honest rating and review! You can connect with me, John Sowash, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. I would love to hear your thoughts on the show!
Hello, my amazing friend. Thanks for stopping by! I'm popping in with a fun new segment, and sharing about the pause in my life. "My beautiful, amazing, resourceful friend, I'm impressed by you. You made time to do something for you. Do more of that, and then do even more. You deserve it. You deserve rest. You deserve trying new things, you deserve peace. You won't be given it - you'll have to make time for all of these things but you - YOU ARE WORTH IT." This Episode is Brought To You By The GPS Support Flock Community Membership, powered by SupaPass Episode Topics & Their Minute Markers 01:11 Quick Reminders 02:43 Pauses 04:56 Opportunities 06:38 Celebrating You and Your Wins 07:23 Thank Yous 10:27 Random Book Segment Two Questions for You 14:54 Two Questions for You 16:46 Bloopers 17:17 Still Listening?
Happy Halloween! Thank you for joining us! On this episode, we discuss a case that is best described by this quote from the trial itself. "For those of you who do not know what Hell is like, you will find out." Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, The Toolbox killer.Sources:-Dark Dark World Podcast-Mystery & Makeup: The Creeper White Van & Toolbox by Bailey Sarian-The Devil & the Death Penalty Documentary-killersvault.com-findagrave.com-mynewsla.com-caselaw.findlaw.com-upi.com archives-scarycarries.com-The Shirley Ledford tape transcripts from tapatalk.com & parkaman.com-murderpedia.com-medium.com-The Back of the Archives on YouTube-Smells Like Murder Podcast-charleyproject.orgMusic: This is Halloween- Izzy Reign
Joe is back this week to run through his toolbox of tips and tricks for working from home with Maria and Michelle. So many initiatives are taking place in companies these days, and this is definitely one that is front and center. Today our experts weigh in on how to best handle this evolving work arrangement, and to also explore just where it may be heading in the future. Joe starts things off by sharing how he got into Learning and Development and working from home. The rest of the episode is made up of his advice for those working from home including how to incorporate the ‘watercooler chat', the future of work and hybrid work, virtual fatigue, and his advice for leaders. With the vast amount of experience that members of our panel have in this area, you can be assured that everything shared here today will prove immediately valuable and effective for all those navigating any and all versions of working from home. The Finer Details of This Episode: Joe's road to Learning and Development and working from home His tips for working from home Incorporating the ‘watercooler chat' in a virtual environment The future of work Hybrid work Virtual fatigue Advice for leaders Quotes: “What's interesting that comes up is that people who have been working from home the last 18 months, some may think they're successful - their people leaders don't. And then some may actually truly be successful at it.” “If you don't take the tools out of the toolbox, you can't fix or build anything.” “Setting clear expectations, having fun with it, and kind of having something in the toolbox of tricks to pull from is really, really important.” “It's totally okay to not always be sitting in front of a webcam, right? That's a part of a work-life balance.” “I still believe in paper and pen, and that having a strong list at your desk is so mission critical, especially when working from home… if it ain't on the list, it doesn't exist.” “I think the hybrid thing is pretty cool. I would love to be around people again, but I also love the idea of being home in shorts and flip flops in my nice dress shirt, and doing what I do best from my home environment where I can manage my work life balance.” “As an organization, you need to start with that center group, and you need to say, ‘What's right for my customers?'” “It's not about what your employee wants. It's about what's going to make your customers willing to spend the money. And hopefully, that fits within a model that your employees can appreciate.” “You may have to get started by giving your leaders some over the top tools like weekly updates, or a shared Trello calendar, something where you can see that progress every single day, until the leaders get comfortable not having line of sight.” “So leaders, please consider changing your swing on the golf club to something different than what you're doing today. Because we all know that what worked 18 months ago does not work now, including have a conference call or meeting for every single thing.” “It is a gift that many of us can work from home. Don't waste it by sitting in front of a computer 12 to 15 hours a day. Be sure to spend time with your husband, your wife, your loved ones, your kids, the dog, the cat, and your hobbies, and the people that you love who love you.” Show Links: REL Talent: HR Consulting Email REL Talent REL Talent on LinkedIn
Christie Osborne, proud data nerd, is the owner and founder of Mountainside Media, a consulting firm devoted to using market research, data, and analytics to support event professionals as they develop scalable marketing strategies to grow their business. Christie is dedicated to guiding the industry in a direction that ditches tired, old sales pitches and turns its focus on what really matters: turning data into dollars. Her penchant for all-things-digital and a knack for critical thinking have made Christie into the analytics master that she is today, always prepared to dig into web metrics and refine a marketing strategy based on its ROI. Her approach marries website stats with social media data for an effective one-two punch of real, concrete analytics that are invaluable to her clients. Beyond data-driven marketing analysis, Christie frequents the national speaker circuit where she shares her expertise onstage for organizations like NACE, Catersource, WIPA, and ABC. She is also a regular contributor to industry publications, including Special Events, Catersource, Sage Wedding Pros, and Wedding Business Magazine. - Featured Guest: Christie Osborne of Mountainside Media Website: https://mountainsidemedia.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtnsidemediaco/ - Help support Renée and The Confetti Hour show with a small contribution of $3 per month or yearly contribution to the show. Your support goes towards the professional maintenance of the show allowing Renée to continue to bring on reputable wedding professionals weekly to share their incredible journeys and tangible tips to help wedding professionals elevate their services.Consider supporting at https://www.patreon.com/theconfettihour
Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris killed at least 5 girls in the late 1970's, with their last victim being on Halloween night. --- 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/wickedness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wickedness/support
There's no money for Christmas presents. We've got to try something — anything. Let's start a company. Since its founding in 2017, Viva Electric has evolved from just three vehicles to three locations. Today's guest is the person with the vision for business growth and adaptation that has made the company what it is today: a family. In this episode, I chat with Maegan Giler , COO and Co-Owner at Viva Electric , about orchestrating the explosive growth and change in her company. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - The origin story of Viva Electric as a construction company - Shared services with Griffin Brothers and mentorship - Behind the scenes of a COO's business development strategy - When employees are family - Why marketing is everything Check out these resources we mentioned: Episode #17 with Vanessa Gonzalez If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or here . Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
Are you worried that you won't be able to live the life of your dreams in retirement? This is one of the main issues facing many people on the cusp of retirement. That's why I created the Retirement Answer Man Show. I want to help you find the confidence to truly rock retirement. One way that you can become more confident in your retirement plan is by utilizing the tax planning tools that are available to you. Andy Panko from Tenon Financial is here to help you identify all the tools available in your tax toolbox. Press play to open up your tax toolbox and see what is inside. Opening your tax toolbox Before you can pick up a tool from the tax toolbox you must start with a broad understanding of your tax situation both now and in the future. This means that you'll have to do some educated guessing to figure out what your future tax situation will be. Projecting your tax situation out 10 or 20 years down the road won't be an exact science, so don't try to make it so. More accuracy doesn't mean more precision in future tax planning; there are too many factors at play. Simply because your tax situation won't be exactly the way that you estimate it to be doesn't mean that you shouldn't take the time to map it out. You must take this step to get the framework you need to make educated decisions. This framework will be your basis for making practical decisions. 4 useful tools in your tax planning toolbox Fill up your tax brackets. If you retire before you start taking Social Security you may find yourself in an unusual situation. You may not have any income and therefore you won't have a tax bill! Rather than marveling at this newfound freedom from the taxman, you may actually want to realize enough income to stay within the 12% tax bracket. By paying a bit in taxes now you could be utilizing an opportunity to lower your lifetime tax bill. Remember that those tax-deferred accounts are sitting there waiting for you to pay taxes on them when you reach age 72. Do Roth conversions. While you're filling up the lower tax brackets you can convert your tax-deferred assets to Roth. The money will continue to grow, but you'll be able to rest easy knowing that the taxes have already been paid. By performing Roth conversions you'll ensure that you won't have all of your assets in tax-deferred accounts waiting for your RMDs. By converting some of your assets into Roth you'll provide yourself with more flexibility, control, and optionality. Tax-loss and gains harvesting. Tax-loss and gain harvesting is a little-utilized tool that applies to brokerage accounts when you sell a position and realize a gain or a loss. You can use these gains and losses strategically to optimize your tax situation. Listen in to hear how this tool could work for you. Qualified charitable donation. If you are charitably minded QCDs are a great way to give to your favorite charity and save money on taxes at the same time. The trick with QCDs is that they must transfer directly from the IRA custodian to the charity. In retirement, tax planning isn't the same as in your working years. You need to plan ahead so that you can optimize your lifetime tax bill. Next week you'll learn how to incorporate all of these tools into your retirement plan so that you can avoid those tax bombs. Don't miss that episode so that you can build a retirement plan that will give you the confidence to rock retirement. OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE RETIREMENT ANSWER MAN PRACTICAL PLANNING SEGMENT [1:30] Financial planning should be a collaborative process [7:25] Opening your tax toolbox [13:29] Filling up your tax brackets should be your first tool [21:44] Roth conversions [29:39] Tax-loss and gains harvesting [39:36] Qualified charitable donation TODAY'S SMART SPRINT SEGMENT [42:03] Map out your future income and build a net worth statement Resources Mentioned In This Episode Tenon Financial Jordan Peterson Rock Retirement Club Roger's YouTube Channel - Roger That BOOK - Rock Retirement by Roger Whitney Work with Roger Roger's Retirement Learning Center
For our final episode of Season 2, we speak with a legend. But Ed Iskenderian isn't just a legend--he made his mark at the birth of hot rodding and has been shaping its course ever since. Isky came to visit us during the Speedster Reunion at the Museum of American Speed and was kind enough to give an interview in front of a live audience. We hear about the birth of hot rodding, the post-war automotive explosion, and how Isky made his first cams. He talked about the Cam Wars, told stories about John Athan, Scotty Fenn, Emery Cook, Cliff Bedwell, Joaquin Arnett, and what it was like to meet Ed Winfield for the first time. He talks about the NHRA fuel ban, getting kicked off the Salt Flats by the Air Force before WWII, and so much more.To see pictures and learn more about this episode, check out our Toolbox: https://www.speedwaymotors.com/the-toolbox/the-camfather-ed-iskenderian-episode-21/31471
Episode 4 of the “What's in Your Toolbox?” special podcast series, introduces the International Survey on Revenue Administration or ISORA. The survey has evolved over time and is the largest database containing tax administration information available with more than a hundred and fifty participants. Developing the survey jointly through the ISORA partnership has meant that a single, common survey can be deployed to a larger group of tax administrations leading to more comparable data on tax administration. This episode explores how ISORA data is leveraged and the impact of the exercise on both tax administrations and capacity development providers.
Being a solo dispatcher is like playing a huge game of chess every day. But the necessary skills for success change when you're a dispatch manager with six dispatchers under you. So, how exactly does the role change when the dispatch team scales? In this episode, I chat with Barbara Pfeiffer, Dispatch Manager at The Eco Plumbers , about the delightful complexity of scaling your dispatch team. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - The moment when Barbara realized she loves dispatching - Training new dispatchers in 3 languages on the job - The importance of ride alongs and technician relationships - Advice for improving dispatching at your business Check out these resources we mentioned: - Episode 4 with Aar on Gaynor - The Advantage by Patrick L encioni If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or here . Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
Femi is a former NFL player, founder of Health Reel, NASA Technology partner, a human performance expert and a certified nutritionist. After graduating from San Diego State University with a BA in Psychology, Femi played 11 amazing years in the NFL, was a member of the Ravens 2000 Super Bowl Championship Team, and was voted NFLPA representative by teammates in Arizona from 2005-2007. From 2010 to 2014, before founding HealthReel and right out of retirement, Femi co-founded a fitness facility as a personal trainer, nutrition specialist and speed/agility coach. Femi then entered the MBA program at Johns Hopkins with an emphasis in Digital Health. This is where the idea for HealthReel started. He graduated from Hopkins in 2016 and formed HealthReel in late 2017. HealthReel is a digital Self-Health assessment and education platform. HealthReel views customers holistically and understands the interconnected relationship between mental, emotional and physical health outcomes. The proprietary blend of algorithms generates personalized health information in minutes via any smart device from any location the customer desires. The HealthReel report generates over 20 data points covering mental health, physical fitness, healthy weight recommendations, metabolic performance and nutritional guidance. Last but not least HealthReel supplements reporting with video content. This “user journey” experience is designed to deploy one new video a week covering HealthReel's four levers of Self-Health as well as addressing misinformation about nutrition, exercise, fad diets and many other hot button topics. In this episode, we dive into: - Femi's journey from the NFL to entrepreneurship, and becoming the first NFL player NASA Tech Partner - Why Femi believes you need to always be building your tool box - Story behind founding HealthReel during his MBA - How Femi deals with naysayers - How Femi's early childhood growing up influenced his NFL and business career
It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for K-5 students! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Skill-building - tools that will help students develop skills in reading, writing, or math. Learning support - resources that will assist students as they are exploring the activities you assign to them. Creativity tools - tools that allow students to demonstrate and share learning in unique and personal ways. Did I miss one of your favorite elementary tools or resources? Send me a tweet or drop a comment on this post and let me know what I missed! ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, I would appreciate your honest rating and review! You can connect with me, John Sowash, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. I would love to hear your thoughts on the show!
Erik is a researcher and developer of Learning Solutions. He's the founder of Play Learn Develop and also a vegetarian. His research and products combine the use of Human Behaviour, tabletop games and Artificial Intelligence/Data Science. Over the past two years, he has worked with the University of Economics Krakow, in Poland, and with Trinity College Dublin (TCD) in Ireland in order to develop his research and products. Currently, he's working on a project to take ToolBox 4 Creativity (his latest L&D product) to Kickstarter. Check this out here: toolbox4creativity.com His research has been shown in various international conferences. More specifically, Erik will be talking about his ToolBox 4 Creativity and the use of Human behaviour data and AI at PMI Virtual Experience 2021 & SPIEL 2021 Educators' Day.
In this episode of Agency Freedom Podcast, James talks about the insurance carrier relationship, MGAs, wholesale brokers, and how to navigate and steward your carrier and program relationships. Visit the Agency Freedom website to join our email list, sign up to be a potential guest on the show, and never miss an episode: Connect with us on Facebook at the Agency Freedom Podcast group.
Adam Ashton is one of the co-hosts of the What You Will Learn podcast. Along with his friend (also Adam), they read a book each week and share the best bits in a ~30 minute episode. Now approach 250 episodes, they were nominated for a 2019 Australian Podcast Award in the Business & Marketing category, and they've climbed as high as #6 on the Apple Podcast charts. Through the podcast, they've also been able to interview some of their favourite authors, such as Seth Godin, Robert Greene, Dan Ariely, and a former Australian Prime Minister. They also wrote a book! It's called “The Sh*t They Never Taught You.” Resources:- Twitter: @wywlpodcast- Facebook: Facebook.com/whatyouwilllearnhttps://www.whatyouwilllearn.com/https://www.chieflearningofficer.com/2020/05/26/the-mindset-of-a-lifelong-learner/https://www.amazon.com/Mindset-Psychology-Carol-S-Dweck/dp/0345472322https://sive.rs/https://www.amazon.com/Sh-They-Never-Taught-You/dp/0645133809
As women, we can do hard things, and we are stronger than we know. But at some point every woman needs a few tools in her toolbox when it comes to managing the challenges life throws our way. As a highly sensitive woman, these tools have helped me to adapt and overcome every challenging situation that has come my way. Something doesn't go my way, I have an argument with my man, my energy levels are challenged, I'm having hot flashes…whatever it is, I have leaned on these tools time and time again to get me through and to help me live my beautiful life. Have a stressful day? Instead of reaching for a glass of wine, try meditating, taking a walk in nature or calling a friend…. Angry at your spouse? Instead of fuming and acting in destructive ways, try Elegant Acceptance, EFT (tapping), breathwork or putting on some kick-ass music and moving your body to work through it! Feeling overwhelmed and anxious? Meditation, yoga, calming music, and breathwork can help. These are the tools that have kept me grounded, feeling connected to myself, and fuel me to live my best each day. Over the years I've added to this list and, after talking with so many women and sharing many of these, I wanted to share them with you in hopes they can help to empower you to get through any situation that may come up. ** Please consult your doctor before taking any vitamins, supplements or adaptogens. 1/ Connection to God/Spirit/Source This is your foundation and the key to living a purpose-filled life. Connect to God through: Prayer Meditation Mindfulness 2/ Physical Movement Moving your body helps to ground you, keep you connected to yourself and keep you lithe and agile. Plus, it reduces stress, increases your feel-good vibes and keeps your stamina high. Find something you love and do it everyday! Walking Yoga Spin class Treadmill Dance Weights HIIT Swimming 3/ Nutrition Eat to fuel your body, mind and spirit Fresh vegetables Lean protein Whole Grains Limit Sugar + Alcohol Fresh juices + Smoothies Cooking, meal prep 4/ Journaling Journaling keeps your memory sharp, boosts your mood and helps you to manage your emotions Daily gratitude practice Journal daily Journal to process, to flesh out ideas, to dream 5/ Energy Work We all get out of alignment at times and taking time out to have your chakras balanced can go a long way to leading a productive and happy life. Reiki EFT (tapping) Healing Touch 6/ Body Work Reduce stress, create balance Massage, PT, facial, craniosacral, Acupuncture 7/ Morning Routine Whether yours takes 10 minutes or an hour doesn't matter, what matters is that you start your day off in the way that works for you to set your day up for success. Meditation Breathing Prayer Journaling Stretching Affirmations Visualization 8/ Music Music is a powerful force that can motivate you, help you bust out of a funk and put some fun into an otherwise boring day. Play music whenever you need a lift, when you need to focus or when you want to relax. 9/ Support System Surround yourself with friends, family and mentors who pump you up, soothe you and help you get back up when you're feeling flat. 10/ Media Indulge yourself in books, podcasts, shows and movies that nourish your mind and feed your soul. Find things that inspire you to be a better version of yourself. 11/ Elegant Acceptance Helps you go from victim to victor. 12/ Supplements** These help you boost your energy, overcome stress and maintain health naturally. Always seek professional guidance before taking anything. Vitamins Minerals Adaptogens Botanical Medicinals 13/ Power Clothes Having pieces that help you feel like a badass can boost your confidence and feel more like yourself when you need an extra edge. Power Jacket Jeans that feel like a second skin Jewelry that helps you feel supercharged Shoes/boots Be sure to share this with a friend! And don't forget to leave a review. Merci.�� I want to personally invite you to join me for my Fr*ee MasterClass ‘How to Find Your Fabulous Fall Colors' on Thursday, October 7 th at 8pm ET. Sign up here: https://sfschoolofstyle.com/fall-color-webinar-sign-up1632492051624 Follow my own personal style journey on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stylebymarymichele Shop our boutique https://www.instagram.com/shopstylefinder/ For more style inspiration and support, come join us over in the SF School of Style (https://sfschoolofstyle.com/join49186980) and let's take your style to new heights! You'll be the first to hear when the doors open. Want personal assistance? Work with me! Grab a spot on my calendar and let's chat! https://calendly.com/marymichelenidiffer Join in the fun in our StyleFinder VIP Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/stylefindervipgroup)
Rinkcast host Andy Campbell and co-host Eric Andrews are joined by Rink staffers Sean Fitzgerald, and Andrew Bard to preview the regular season for the Blackhawks. The signing of Erik Gustafsson The current state of the Blackhawks Blueline The feel-good stories and surprises of camp (Entwistle, Borgstrom...can they stick) Forward depth for the season, deeper, stronger, more productive? Is Dylan Strome on the block? Stanley Cup Final predictions Subscribe, rate this episode, share with your friends, and even write us a review. The best reviews will be read on the air. Also, please help spread the word to more #RinkRats and visit our sponsor www.PUCKHCKY.com. Use the discount code "THERINK" for 10% off all orders. Are you a RinkRat who also owns a business? Our data shows RinkCast listeners are (like you) affluent, discerning, and want to patronize like-minded brands. As part of our growth, we're looking for an exclusive advertiser, at a VERY low cost. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
In today's bonus episode, your podcast host, Rob Magwood, along with Maddy Postma introduce you to the Global Missions Toolbox, an online collection of resources for Senders. This conversation describes the vision for the Toolbox and identifies some of the tools that are available now for Pastors, Missions Committee Members, and the Family and Friends of mission workers. [et_social_share]
Play ball! It's a beautiful day for a podcast, folks. Today's is shaping up to be a barnburner. In this crackerjack episode, we break out the baseball wordplay as I chat with Margie Baker, Operations Manager at 1-Hour Heating, Ben Franklin Plumbing, and Mr. Sparky Electric, about how to attract more women and Gen Z/millennials to the trades. The bases are loaded with topics such as: The advantages of a Gen Z/millennial lineup Scouting talent and training technicians in-house Tips for handling communication curveballs and pitching a perfect dispatch game Hitting triples in customer experience - a win for the customer, a win for the technician, and a win for the company Why sales will have a better batting average if they learn to embrace the silences Extra innings (resources mentioned during the episode): Democracy in America by Alex de Toqueville The Power of Consistency by Weldon Long The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster by Darren Hardy In Praise of Difficult Women by Karen Karbo LadyTitans If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or here . Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
Eddie has been warned to watch his back by one person in Sore Losers Nation who will be looking to get even in Las Vegas during our Sore Losers Weekend. Ray couldn't be with us today so you should make some money with our locks but you won't have his picks to fade. Batters Box calls in to fill us on what we think is his INSANE Decision he made with his family after the San Francisco 49ers lost their 2nd game in the row. Justin Fields takes over for the Bears, Ex-NBA players who made millions are busted for fraud, and a new fantasy football rule. Tool Box is in the building along with Cousin Andrew. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com