It's time for a mailbag episode of the Hawk Off The Press podcast.You can contribute to future mailbag episodes by joining our free Hawkeye text group.Among this week's questions:Why are defensive players entering the transfer portal?What's Brian Ferentz's status?How will Iowa fill open skill positions?What should we expect from quarterbacks Joe Labas and Carson May?
With the Transfer Portal wide open, Joe Ovies & Joe Giglio spin the 'Transfer Wheel' to figure out where ACC quarterbacks might land. Also, Ovies & Giglio discuss Brittney Griner being released from Russian prison.
The transfer portal is open, and who better to break it all down than the Portal Authority, Max Olson?! Andy, Ari, and Max chat about DJ Uiagalelei, Devin Leary, Kedon Slovis, and more QBs on the move as well as other marquee players. How is the transfer portal impact traditional recruiting? The guys also discuss Coach Prime's first team meeting at Colorado, and what it could mean for the program's future. Plus, Ari drank the scorpion shot and lived to tell the tale. Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/W6MfsCDqK-Q Join us on Run Your Pool: https://play.runyourpool.com/staples Follow Andy on Twitter: @Andy_Staples Follow Ari on Twitter: @AriWasserman Follow Max on Twitter: @max_olson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host: Mindy McCulley, Extension Specialist for Instructional Support, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension, University of Kentucky Guest: Dr. Nichole Huff, Extension Specialist for Family Finance and Resource Management MoneyWi$e Episode 5, Season 6 Preparing to transfer your cherished possessions can be a daunting task that evokes a range of emotions and trepidation for many individuals. On this episode of Talking FACS, Dr. Nichole Huff shares tips for easing the task of distributing your non-titled property. For more information, see the following Extension publications: Estate Planning Part 5: Wills and Probate in Kentucky Estate Planning Part 7: Federal and State Estate Taxes For more information about this topic and other MoneyWi$e topics, visit: MoneyWi$e Newsletter MoneyWi$e Website MoneyWi$e Facebook Page
Ameesh Divatia, CEO of Baffle, Inc., talks about data privacy, data security, cloud security and how a skillset in the middle of that triangle will be your best asset in the years to come. All that, and a little bit of local-focused philanthropy. – Get your FREE cybersecurity training resources: https://www.infosecinstitute.com/free– View Cyber Work Podcast transcripts and additional episodes: https://www.infosecinstitute.com/podcast0:00 - Data privacy, data security and cloud security 2:43 - Ameesh Divatia's start in cybersecurity7:13 - Founding cybersecurity companies10:19 - Security innovation12:41 - Cybersecurity regulatory compliance17:00 - Transferring skills to data security21:23 - Cybersecurity interviews and knowledge25:03 - Data privacy policies 27:44 - Data privacy requirements30:22 - Confluence of data privacy, security and cloud33:32 - Volunteering on a city's technology council41:02 - What is Baffle?44:11 - Connect with Divatia 44:43 - OutroAbout InfosecInfosec believes knowledge is power when fighting cybercrime. We help IT and security professionals advance their careers with skills development and certifications while empowering all employees with security awareness and privacy training to stay cyber-safe at work and home. It's our mission to equip all organizations and individuals with the know-how and confidence to outsmart cybercrime. Learn more at infosecinstitute.com.
Episode 291 is about manifesting your future. You can manifest your future today. Nick Devlin was an Army Ranger veteran and has been through the toughest situations for a man to ever be in, literally things he cannot speak about to anybody. He took the life lessons that came with this experience and has used that to help men today become a better version of themselves. There are no pseudo-spiritual manifestations required, just pure and genuine commitment to change. And it's not easy, no. Today, we talk about soldiers as adventure, and how we can transfer skills into our personal lives, and how to overcome discomfort when it matters most. Nick shares his most authentic self and dives into what men struggle with the most today. It's a very enlightening episode and Nick is as genuine as he is easy to listen to. You are an adventurer in this life too, but you don't have to do it alone. There may be uncertainty, and it will never be easy, but commitment helps you triumph all. Join us and find support at the Men on Purpose community, where we can help you manifest the life you really want, today! Follow us at https://ianlobas.com/podcast/ Quick Timestamps 00:01:35 What you will learn 00:06:43 Men being replaced in their families 00:09:32 Getting stuck in financial success 00:17:06 Nick's past and service 00:24:40 You create your own freedom 00:29:04 Discipline and passion 00:32:28 Transferring skills to your personal life 00:34:47 True satisfaction and aligned values 00:37:58 Committing to take that next level 00:41:48 Going on an adventure 00:44:46 A lot of men feel their window is closing 00:47:30 Avoiding uncomfortable conversations 00:49:12 Trust and believing 00:50:48 Running formulas in life 00:53:10 Training, growth and learning 00:54:25 Living the life your past created 00:57:59 Putting yourself first 01:01:24 Pain and inevitability 01:05:35 Choosing your life 01:09:57 You've already taken the step 01:12:32 Invest in yourself 01:15:22 One conversation can change your life Connect with Guest ❤️ Website: https://www.nickdevlincoaching.com/
Drew Pyne announced on Friday that he has entered the transfer portal and will leave Notre Dame. Irish Breakdown discusses what it means for Pyne as well as Notre Dame and the bowl impact if Pyne leaves before the bow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Keith Perkins, L1 Automotive Diagnostics and Program, L1 Automotive Training, Listen to Keith's previous episode HERE. This is Isaac Rodell's first appearance on Remarkable Results Radio. Find Isaac on Facebook "Isaac Rodiesel" Talking Points: The struggle to improve the transfer of technical knowledge is the same people show up to training every seminar. Yet there are a few new faces but not enough to make a larger impact on the need and value of training. How do we connect with people who do not seek out training on their own Paying for training, room, board, and time off needs to be the standard in the industry When Issac owned his shop, he made the same mistake that so many shop owners today are making and not supporting 100% of his technician's training requirements (registration, room, board, and making their pay whole) Only shop owners who attend training can see the value. Once they attend, they are all over it and turn their training commitment into a pillar of their company Training pays it does not cost There are many deals available for equipment for pennies on the dollar from shops that are liquidating. This a sign of the times when shop owners hesitate to become a business person The first hybrid in the US was Honda Insight in 1999 Many of our young trainers have never set a carburetor Job security to work on ICE (Internal Combustion Engines) for many, many years to come as the age of the car grows by about 6 months per year and we currently are at 12.9 yrs Buy a used 2005-2009 Toyota Prius to work on, to use as a training vehicle, and to wrap with the wording ‘We Service Hybrids.' There is a worst-case scenario from Toyota about placing the keys about 20' from the car when doing an oil change. Verify the car is off when doing an oil change on the IC Engine Issac and Keith are in the Mobile Diag. The dynamic of the job is changing because many shops are tooling up, and there is more competition than ever Big pivot to remote programming Issac encourages the young generation to go to training and will sponsor someone each year to go to ASTE If senior members of a shop avoid going to training, invest in your young people. 20% of technicians are 55 -64 average age from a survey. Astonishing number In high school, 90% of men worked on their cars back in the day when there was shop class Today very few high schools have shop classes and must send their students to a co-op center Reference Bob Cooper Episodes with consumer panel
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.This episode is sponsored by Honeybadger - combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform and making you a DevOps hero. (01:45) - Laravel 9.40 released (08:49) - Laravel 9.41 released (10:48) - Laravel 9.42 comes with new singleton route resources, conditional report helpers, and more (22:05) - Laravel Black Friday deals (23:26) - Laravel Blade country and language icons (26:06) - Sponsor: Honeybadger (28:07) - Valid validators validating data (28:42) - Your first Laravel 9 application (29:38) - Fun with refactoring (30:02) - Creating a password generator (30:40) - Using DTOs to keep context
For our last interview of the season, we're headed to Portland, Oregon, to chat with Rick Turoczy.As Silicon Florist and co-founder and general manager of the Portland Incubator Experiment, or PIE, Rick has been supporting founders in the Portland startup community for fifteen years. We talked about how you might plan for succession as a keystone in your community, how you transfer social capital, and how you might leverage your social capital to put the next generation of ecosystem builders in place.Even though he will never say so himself, Rick is an institution in the Portland startup community and I couldn't think of a better guest to close out this season.Listen to the full episode to hear: Why Rick believes in being place-motivated and focusing on a community The unique challenges of building community in a city with a small-town feel Why ecosystem builders need to be wary of nostalgia for what used to work Why ecosystem builders need to think more like entrepreneurs when it comes to scarcity and abundance Why Rick says the first step to building trust is showing up Learn More About Rick Turoczy: Portland Incubator Experiment Silicon Florist Twitter: @turoczy Learn More About Anika Horn: Website: www.socialventurers.com Instagram: SocialVenturers Newsletter: Sign up for Impact Curator Resources: Rick's written interview on Social Venturers (2020) Stephen Green Mitch Daugherty Startup Champions Network The Startup Community Way
#89: Award travel pro Tiffany Funk joins Chris to talk about booking flights with miles, the advantages of having travel flexibility, the ins and outs of transferring points, ways to put your points and miles to good use, and the best sites/tools for booking award travel.Tiffany Funk (@tebfunk) is the co-founder and president of point.me, a one-stop tool for maximizing points and miles. She's also the Executive Director for the premium travel site One Mile at a Time. Having visited over 80 countries and written more than 300 travel blog posts, Tiffany is one of the world's top experts on airline award travel and loves sharing her passion with travelers on frequent flyer programs, earning and redeeming miles, and maximizing points.Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/award-travel-tiffany-funk Partner Deals Inside Tracker: $200 + 34% off personalized wellness & nutrition plans backed by scienceDaffy: Free $25 to give to the charity of your choiceDeleteMe: 20% off removing your personal info from the webVuori: 20% off the most comfortable performance apparel I've ever wornPoint.me: First month for $1 with code ALLTHEHACKS Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Tiffany Funk: Twitter | Website | LinkedInOne Mile at a timepoint.me (first month for $1 with code ALLTHEHACKS)Expert FlyerFlightsFromGoogle FlightsLoyalty ProgramsAeroplanAmerican AdvantageFlying BlueUnited MileagePlus Full Show NotesIntroduction to Tiffany Funk (00:00)Award flights vs. redeeming points for cash back (01:31)General guideline to aim for when redeeming points through loyalty programs as opposed to a credit card portal (03:47)Determining the best value of your points (05:44)Tips for using points to purchase multiple tickets (09:12)Transferring points: where to start (15:18)Flexible points (20:46)The sweet spot for when to book a trip (25:01)The best use of points when you have flexibility (26:55)Things you can do with miles that you can't do with money (27:58)Advantages of having a destination, itinerary, or dates that are flexible (29:19) Amazing trips with better availability for someone with points (33:30)Using points on airlines vs. hotels (39:06)Why technology has made it difficult for people to use points for flights, and what to expect in the future (43:32)The secret to point.me's success (45:33)How point.me works (51:09)How to save money on your first month of point.me membership (53:46)Chris's airline search advice (55:04)Listener suggestion: find flights using FlightsFrom.com (56:08)Tiffany's tool recommendations for reward travel (58:12)Married segment itineraries (59:47)How to get a good sense of how much a trip may cost (1:01:35)Hacks to reach your mileage goals (1:03:30)Chris addresses the issue of the difficulty in combining points for a trip and provides tips for getting around certain obstacles (1:06:26)Tiffany Shares Her Opinion on the Best Use of Your Points (1:11:59)How can point.me teach users to build better reward travel booking skills? 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Forum sportswriter Eric Peterson joins podcast host and columnist Mike McFeely to discuss the weekend news that three key North Dakota State football players have entered the transfer portal before the Bison play their first playoff game, and a breakdown of the Football Championship Subdivision playoff field announced Sunday.
Transcript: Hello everyone! I am Georgiana, founder of speakenglishpodcast.com. My mission is to help you speak English fluently. This week is a bit special because it is Black Friday and all my courses have a 60% discount. I've received several messages with questions about the courses. In this short episode, I'm gonna try to answer some frequently asked questions. By the way, you can get the deal at: speakenglishpodcast.com/blackfriday Hurry because the offer is only available until this Sunday at 12 p.m. Let's start with the most frequently asked question: What is the difference between the podcast and the courses? That's a great question! In the podcast, I discuss very diverse topics that allow you to improve your vocabulary. This is great listening practice. In each episode of the podcast, I also give a small example of a lesson. This can be a mini-story of questions and answers or a point of view. Because of time limitations, I can barely develop these lessons, yet they allow you to test the method in an easy and fun way. Besides, it is good practice. Instead, the courses are complete programs designed to improve your spoken English dramatically. In fact, the courses contain hours and hours of questions and answers. Imagine for a moment a podcast episode multiplied by 100. Also, the courses allow you to work much better on grammar aspects such as the plural, singular, all kinds of verb tenses, and certain common expressions of English. All this is integrated, following one or several stories that offer a rich and entertaining context. For example, the Fluency Course (level II) contains more than 8 hours of audio, thousands of questions and answers (mini-stories), and almost 200 pages of transcription text. Of course, many points of view lessons also allow you to work very deeply on aspects of grammar.One rule I always follow is to create lessons with complex characters and funny stories with unexpected endings. That way, you'll never forget what you learn best, and it's a lot more fun. Another question: Can the courses be used on the iPhone, iPad, Android, and so on? Yes, of course. You can use them without problems. An important thing to keep in mind is that the courses are not apps. That is, you don't install them. It's much more flexible. The courses consist of MP3 audio and text (PDF). This is much simpler and prevents technical problems. Transferring the content to any device is quite easy. However, when you buy one of the courses, I send you instructions with detailed steps to know what to do. In any case, you can contact me by e-mail with any questions. Is there a monthly payment for the courses? No, there is no such thing. When you buy the courses, they are yours for personal use and forever. How many courses are there, and what is the difference? There are currently four courses. I will describe them briefly: 1) 30-Day Crash Course (level1): This course is for beginners with no knowledge of English. It is a course that works very well, and I am happy with the result because it helps a lot to start with English. I don't recommend it in your case because if you are a follower of this podcast, you are no longer a beginner. 2) The Fluency Course (level2): The level of this course is a bit easier than this podcast, but there is almost no difference. This program will help you automate the most common structures when speaking. It consists of 20 units with 20 unique and fun stories. For example, two penguins who escape from the zoo to surf, a person who wants to learn to be a cook but is a disaster, someone who wants to quit smoking and visits a very strange guru, and so on. I recommend this course if you're trying to stop mentally translating when you speak English, even with relatively easy expressions. 3) The Magic Course (level3): This course is very ambitious because it goes one step beyond the Fluency Course. The aim is to practice all the verb tenses in the context of a long and well-developed story. There is a lot of vocabulary, and grammar points are very useful. When you finish this course, you will have an advanced level of English. 4) The Business Course (Job Interview Course): This is the last course created. With this course, you will master the 30 most common questions asked at a job interview, learn specific vocabulary, and when to use it. You will get examples of how to answer the questions. And the exclusive mini-stories will help you speak English more confidently. Georgiana, what if I don't like them or don't adapt to the courses? That's all right. If, during the first 30 days, you are not convinced by the program, you can request a refund without any problem. Are there any free samples of the courses? Yes, of course. You can get some samples at: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/samples Very well, I think I have answered the most frequently asked questions. I hope you found this useful. Remember that you can benefit from the Black Friday promotion at: speakenglishpodcast.com/blackfriday If your goal is to improve fluency, these courses can really help you. I repeat for the last time: speakenglishpodcast.com/blackfriday Only until this Sunday at 12 p.m. All right. That's all for today. I will see you next week for another episode of the podcast. See you soon! Bye! Bye! Get the transcript on my website: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/podcast
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In this week's episode, IRA Financial's Adam Bergman Esq. answers questions about investing an IRA into a Mexican business, transferring a 401(k) to a Self-Directed IRA, and switching from a regular Self-Directed IRA to a Checkbook IRA LLC.
When your people understand the vision, it gives them direction and confidence. These are two critical elements if you and your team want to create powerful, positive impact. In this lesson, John is going to talk about the two ways your vision needs to appeal to your people: emotionally (that deals with the heart), and logically (that deals with the head). For the application portion of this episode, Mark Cole is joined by Traci Morrow to discuss the importance of transferring vision to their teams, and how they live out these principles within their own leadership. Our BONUS resource for this episode is the “Transferring Vision to the Heart and the Head Worksheet,” which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John's teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/Heart and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: Watch this episode on YouTube! The 5 Levels of Leadership by John C. Maxwell (use code PODCAST at checkout for 15% off this week only) Relevant Episode: Leader-Vision: How to See and Sculpt the Future Sign up for the Maxwell Leadership Growth Plan! Shop the Maxwell Leadership Online Store
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Gen. Robert E. Lee began moving part of his Army of Northern Virginia from the Old Dominion toward Pennsylvania on June 3, 1863. Lee believed his army needed to win a major victory on Northern soil if the South was to have a chance at winning the war. Transferring the fighting out of war-torn Virginia would allow the state time to heal while he supplied his army from untapped farms and stores in Maryland and the Keystone State. Lee had also convinced Pres. Jefferson Davis that his offensive would interfere with the Union effort to take Vicksburg in Mississippi. The bold movement would trigger extensive cavalry fighting and a major battle at Winchester before culminating in the bloody three-day battle at Gettysburg. As the Virginia army moved north, the Army of the Potomac responded by protecting the vital roads to Washington, D.C., in case Lee turned to threaten the capital. Opposing presidents Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, meanwhile, kept a close watch on the latest and often conflicting military intelligence gathered in the field. Throughout northern Virginia, central Maryland, and south-central Pennsylvania, meanwhile, civilians and soldiers alike struggled with the reality of a mobile campaign and the massive logistical needs of the armies. Thousands left written accounts of the passage of the long martial columns. Mingus and Wittenberg mined hundreds of primary accounts, newspapers, and other sources to produce this powerful and gripping account. As readers will quickly learn, much of it is glossed over in other studies of the campaign, which cannot be fully understood without a firm appreciation of what the armies (and civilians) did on their way to the small crossroads town in Pennsylvania. Scott L. Mingus Sr. is a scientist and consultant in the global pulp and paper industry. Scott is the author of nearly two dozen books and numerous articles. His biography Confederate General William “Extra Billy” Smith won multiple awards, including the 2013 Dr. James I. Robertson, Jr. Literary Award for Confederate history. Scott is also the author of many articles for a wide variety of publications, including Gettysburg Magazine. Eric J. Wittenberg is an accomplished American Civil War cavalry historian and author. The Ohio attorney has authored nearly two dozen books on various Civil War subjects, with particular focus on cavalry operations, as well as three dozen articles in popular magazines, such as North & South, Blue & Gray, America's Civil War, and Gettysburg Magazine. His first book, Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions, won the prestigious 1998 Bachelder-Coddington Literary Award. Wittenberg speaks widely, leads tours of various battlefields, and is an active preservationist.
I hope this one makes you stop, think and reflect. This is one of the episodes that makes me remember why I do this podcast. Thank you Keeley for being so open and honest in this episode.Content includesReality of International showDealing with horrid news during prepWhen things don't go your wayNot letting emotions dictate actionsTalking about your personal stuff online & depressionHow do you support someone going through mental health?Showing your heart & the internalHealthy & unhealthy relationshipsLove languages & our thoughtsAcknowledging when you need to go to therapy Transferring prep skills & values into your positively Living in the present moment on prepWinning The KOMPAK Classic and the overall sponsorship Future competing plans Keeley's IG - @kee_greenwood For feedback, guests suggestions or just to say hi! You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org In collaboration with KOMPAK | #1 competing store www.kompak.store
Transferring ownership of your home to your child or children is easy, but that's where the uneasiness often begins. When you give joint or sole ownership of your home to your child or children while you are still alive, you lose some or all control of the asset. Additionally, the home becomes vulnerable to new types of risk—some predictable, some unforeseeable. So, before you place the name(s) of your child or children on the deed to your home, Jeff Bellomo would like to teach you about trusts. Key Takeaways 01:00 When transferring home ownership to an adult child, be sure to consider possible changes to the new owner's circumstances People often think that they can fully protect their family home by giving their child or children joint or sole ownership of the asset Transferring ownership of the home means that your asset is now their asset Consider what could happen if the adult child gets divorced or remarried, incurs liability in a car accident, dies unexpectedly, or needs special health care for themselves or a member of their immediate family These unforeseen circumstances, and many others, can put your assets at risk Without control of the asset, it can be used in ways that were not intended when you transferred ownership 13:54 Bellomo & Associates workshops are designed to educate so that you understand the implications of your decisions The workshop team encourages attendees to think in terms of three “lands” (tax land, long-term care land, and estate planning land) A decision in any one of these lands will have implications in one or both of the other lands Smart decisions rely on understanding these implications 18:32 A trust can provide protection for your assets and enable you to retain control of the assets while you are alive The assets in a trust will pass to your trustee(s) with only a 4% inheritance tax rate for lineal descendants (your children) If your child or children sell the property, there will be no capital gains tax This trust strategy provides far better protection of your assets than joint ownership or fully relinquishing ownership of a property to your child or children Links and Resources Mentioned Bellomo & Associates workshops, including Medicaid: https://bellomoassociates.com/workshops/ For more information, call us at (717) 845-5390. Connect with Bellomo & Associates on Social Media Twitter: https://twitter.com/bellomoassoc YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BellomoAssociates Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bellomoassociates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bellomoassociates/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bellomoandassociates
Welcome to the NFT Ninjas Podcast. The daily podcast that brings you the latest in NFT news, how-to guides and Ninja level inspiration. In this episode, we look at how to transfer an NFT to a friend. Brought to you by the dynamic ninjas themselves, Katie Brinkley a former broadcaster, social media strategist guru, and NFT addict and Vince Warnock, best-selling author, award-winning marketer and the founder of the Kanji Club NFTs, ATG Publishing and more. Join them as they guide you on your journey to become a blackbelt in NFTs. NFT Ninjas Podcast = https://christmasninjanft.com/podcast Christmas Ninja NFTS - https://christmasninjanft.com/ Nominate someone that is worthy - https://christmasninjanft.com/worthy-nominations/
In this episode, we got to talk with David DiPetro, an incredibly successful real estate agent in Denver. We discuss how you can take the lessons and habits you get from training as an athlete into business in order to be successful. David also talks about what agents need to do when they start in the business in order to be successful. David DiPetro is a Denver Native and a Real Estate expert with an emphasis on luxury the market. David has represented some impressive sales representing Colorado in all its' glory from 200+ acre hunting ranches, luxurious multi million dollar estates to luxury condos in downtown Denver. As a former collegiate football athlete, David has translated that discipline and hard work mindset into an impressive career. "Selling Real Estate was always a dream of mine and I am blessed to have made a great career out of it. This has been the only career I have ever had. I got my license in my senior year of college and out it to use right away. At 28 I am so excited to see where it will take me. My WHY is truly helping my clients achieve their real estate goals to the highest standard no matter the price point. My white glove service and genuine care is what I feel makes my clients' dreams come true. I truly care about my clients and helping them and take the stress off of their shoulders and go to work ONLY for them. The thank you and hug at the end is what makes everything worth it!" You can find David at: https://www.daviddipetro.com/ https://www.compass.com/agents/david-dipetro/
The Center for Strategic and International Studies has released a report on Mitigating Financial Access Challenges. The report focuses on ways to overcome the difficulty faced by NGOs trying to transfer humanitarian funding to areas subject to sanctions or active counterterrorism measures. John and Elliot discuss the continued impact of de-risking, some of the prior work done on the problem, and examine some of the proposals to improve financial access laid out in the report.
Today we got the power clean impresario, the Wildcat wonder, the long-arm of Lexington, Will Levis joining The Room. Will is a guy we met at Super Bowl last season. We thought he was a really nice dude with a really big arm. He's still both those things, but since February, it feels like everyone wants to talk about this guy's NFL Draft potential, and he's had more attention on him than ever. That'll only get crazier this weekend when Mark Stoops, Will and the Kentucky Wildcats head out to Neyland stadium to play against Hendon Hooker and the Tennessee Volunteers in what is probably the game of the week in college football. We were stoked to hang out with Will this week. You can see why everyone in that building loves the dude's approach. I mean we did this interview at 8:30 p.m. Lexington time, and he was still in the Kentucky football facility. Then in Throw It Deep Or Check It Down to start the show, we're talking through how realistic three SEC teams in the college football playoff actually is, WTF is going on with the Giants, and whether or not Aaron Rodgers can really squat 425. If you're new here, we are talking with the best quarterbacks going into the most interesting matchups every week, and we are talking to them like we would in the quarterback room. Just players talking about the game and whatever else might come up. Now you get an inside look as Jordan and Kyle talk with quarterbacks just like they would in the most important room in any football organization. We're proud of this podcast. This is The Room.
Nursing program admission is highly competitive which is reason enough to investigate closely before applying to college so your teen is making informed decisions. In this episode, you'll learn about the different pathways to becoming a nurse, and what your family can be doing right now to secure a spot in this highly competitive and rigorous field of study.EPISODE NOTESInterest in nursing is sky-high, and as a result, institutions have become more and more selective in admitting students into their nursing programs. In this episode, Jon Rice shares the different pathways available to students who may be interested in pursuing a degree in this field.Jon works in admissions at the University of San Francisco, and he has a wealth of information on the ins and outs of what it takes to get into their coveted direct-entry program as well as other programs throughout the US. I really appreciated his take on the direct entry approach. I'll admit, I've often thought these types of programs seemed unnecessarily restrictive. But after hearing Jon's perspective, I can see how they actually help set students up for success right from the start. If your high school teen is confident that they want to pursue nursing, and they're already meeting the qualifications that these programs require, direct entry can be an excellent way to guarantee their success.But a direct entry program isn't the only path to a nursing career. Your student may choose to complete a pre-nursing program before entering an upper-division program. Or they may transfer credit from a community college or other four-year school to a nursing program. Jon gives us detailed insight into the pros and cons of several different approaches and paths to nursing.There's no denying that nursing studies are academically rigorous, and if your student is interested in this field, they will need to qualify in many different areas in order to get their foot in the door. However, this shouldn't discourage you from pressing forward. If your teen is on the path to becoming a nurse, this episode will give you the tools you need to start planning well in advance, so that they will be able to choose the right path for them when the time comes.Links mentioned in this episodeLaunch Career Clarity CourseLaunch College and Career Clarity Facebook CommunityList of Accredited Nursing ProgramsFirst-Year Nursing Admission at USFEmail Jon at email@example.com Timeline[3:10] Although direct entry is required at many schools, it's not intended to be restrictive. [8:34] Pros and cons of pre-nursing versus direct entry nursing programs. [12:52] Schools want to hear from prospective students directly, and not parents. [14:02] Nursing is not a lottery, and you do need to be academically eligible in order to qualify.[16:16] Qualifications for the ideal nursing student.[20:55] Transferring as a pathway to nursing.[24:30] Many schools are offering MSN programs for students who majored in something other than nursing. [25:54] The importance of standardized testing for a nursing major.
When clocking off work for the day, have you ever wondered where did that time go!? A McKinsey report recently found that ‘'employees spend 1.8 hours every day of their working week on average – searching and gathering information.'' Joining Aoife on the podcast this week is former McKinsey engagement manager and now CEO and co-founder of Scribe, a productivity SaaS company based in San Francisco, on a mission to help individuals and teams work at their best, up their productivity levels and win back precious time. In this episode, Jennifer, an accidental CEO and efficiency and productivity devotee, introduces us to the empowering tool of Scribe and shares how we can boost productivity by removing timewasters. Jennifer also offers some wonderful concentration techniques and shares how to eliminate time costing interruptions. So, if you want to achieve more focus work and free up your daily task list – this episode is a must-listen! Key points throughout include; - An introduction to Jennifer Smith - The cost of interruptions: How often do you get interrupted a day? - Transferring knowledge with the power of Scribe - Managing time effectively and tackling collaboration overload at work - The addiction of busy and overcoming pressure on slower working days - The solution to distraction and collaboration overload - How to encourage accountability in the workplace. - Challenge: Stay focused at work with the post-it note technique - How to take charge of your workload - What does productivity mean to you? What are you trying to achieve? - What Happier at Work means to Jennifer ‘'You could go the entire day having helped a whole bunch of people and done a bunch of work or felt like you helped a bunch of people, and certainly like, you know, put a lot of hours into it, but not actually have moved the ball forward on whatever it is that you're trying to achieve and what you're trying to do.'' – Jennifer Smith. THE LISTENERS SAY: Do you have any feedback or thoughts on this discussion? If so, please connect with Aoife via the links below and let her know. Aoife would love to hear from you! Connect with Jennifer Smith: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferreneesmith/ Connect with Happier at Work host Aoife O'Brien: https://www.happieratwork.ie https://www.linkedin.com/in/aoifemobrien https://www.twitter.com/HappierAtWorkHQ https://www.instagram.com/happieratwork.ie https://www.facebook.com/groups/happieratworkpodcast produced in partnership with http://www.podlad.com
HOKA NAZ Elite rookie Abby Nichols talks about growing up in a family of musicians, switching from gymnastics and cheer to running track, becoming a state champion, choosing Ohio St, transferring to CU, the pressure of the NCAA Championships, moving to Flagstaff, her new teammates, and her goals for the next few months. (1:00) Intro to Abby's story (2:20) Talking the great state of Ohio and finding running (5:00) Growing up in a family of musicians (7:00) Abby's high school career (8:30) Ohio St. and winning a Big 10 title (15:00) Transferring to CU (19:00) Competing at the National Level (24:38) The NCAA Track Champs- physically and mentally (27:32) Moving to Flagstaff (30:00) Goals for the next few months
WANT THE FULL EPISODE?Check out yesterday's episode, or use this link to listen directly: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/51601387/download.mp3Many business owners lack firms that can endure beyond their direct ownership. What happens when you sell your business? Have you set that business up to have a thriving legacy without your ownership? Will your life have significance once you're not the person in charge?Ray Sclafani, Founder and CEO of ClientWise, a succession planning company, joins the show to share his expertise in the realm of business succession planning.KEY TOPICS- Business succession planning- Transferring trust to new leadership- Life after retirement or selling your business- The importance of ongoing personal development plansCONNECT WITH USDecidedlypodcast.comInstagram: @decidedlypodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/decidedlypodcastShawn's Instagram: @shawn_d_smith Sanger's Instagram: @sangersmith MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION?At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy.LEARN MORE: www.decidedlywealth.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/decidedlywealth/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DecidedlyWealth/Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly decision-making tips: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001aeU_pPBHJPNJWJBdVbaci6bjGIuEJurH12xHBWDEVT_NxyCadMd7wLSZjcEZglkSjDjehuIbTHD8nABOIdV69ctfYpSzg24RCIytetBUrlIPPKgaGzjGZ8DkM0Wp1LMjbErcYUur7PbZGjeVo4gyXlz821AoJGZRJoin us every Wednesday for more strategies to DEFEAT bad decision-making - one episode at a time!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODERay's book, “You've Been Framed: How to Reframe Your Wealth Management Business and Renew Client Relationships”: https://www.amazon.com/Youve-Been-Framed-Management-Relationships/dp/1119062012/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KC59XDRWQISP&keywords=ray+sclafani+you%27ve+been+framed&qid=1665956601&sprefix=ray+sclafani+youve+been+framed%2Caps%2C251&sr=8-1Mark Tibergien: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marktibergien/Dan Sullivan: https://resources.strategiccoach.com/authors/dan-sullivanElizabeth “Liz” Nesvold: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-nesvold-9421065/CONNECT WITH RAY SCLAFANIClientWise: https://www.clientwise.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raysclafani/Twitter: https://twitter.com/raysclafaniAfter 20 years at AllianceBernstein, Ray Sclafani founded and heads ClientWise, which provides elite coaching programs and consulting exclusively for the financial services industry. Ray's passion for serving leaders, advisors, and companies in the financial services sector is reflected in ClientWise, its unique coaching programs, and its team of credentialed coaches.Ray's experience as a coaching and consulting specialist in the financial sector mirrors his long and profitable history in the industry. In his 20 years at AllianceBernstein, Ray was one of the company's top sales professionals and executive leaders. He specialized in creating and executing highly successful sales plans and building long-lasting client connections.Later, Ray used his expertise as founder and Managing Director of the Advisor Institute at AllianceBernstein. In that role, he developed and directed an extensive series of programs that created improved and sustainable motivation, sales, and client relationships. Ray completed his transition to founding ClientWise through significant coaching education and practice. He is now recognized as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from the International Coach Federation, the leading independent professional association for coaches. As a complement to his coaching skills, he also holds a Master's Certification in Neuro-Linguistics from the International Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming and has participated in The Strategic Coach® Program for 17 years.Ray's expertise as a coach and trainer is recognized and sought out by leaders within the profession. Through ClientWise, he has provided coaching or created and presented workshops for, among others, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, LPL, Raymond James Financial, Ameriprise, and Northwestern Mutual. In addition, he has spoken on request to major industry conferences and company events for firms such as Merrill Lynch for their Diversity & Training programs, LPL, Morgan Stanley Institutes Conferences, Raymond James, FSC Securities, as well as the FPA National Conference, John Hancock Funds Wholesaler Conference, Nationwide Financial Summit Sales Conference, MetLife Presidents' Conference, Northwestern Mutual Forum, Northwestern Mutual Annual Meeting, Barron's Winner's Circle Summit, and Barron's Top Advisory Teams Summit.He has been interviewed and quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Planning magazine, and Registered Rep, to name a few. Ray's book, “You've Been Framed: How to Reframe Your Wealth Management Business and Renew Client Relationships,” was published by Wiley in 2015.Ray holds a BA from Baylor University. He lives in Flower Mound, Texas with his wife and true life partner, Beth, and their two sons who continually inspire his work and his passion for excellence.
Hey Friend! Do you struggle with sales? Do you immediately get *weird* when it's time to sell? Does the thought of having to pitch on your podcast make you squirm? Haha! Don't worry, 99% of people hate sales! But it doesn't need to be that way! Sales should be simple and fun for you (and your audience)! Transferring belief and cultivating trust is the answer to getting more customers and clients to say YES to working with you. Today I have a treat, I'll be sharing my TOP sales episodes on how to get better at sales so you can confidently grow in this area. I give you everything from sales tips to the reasons people don't buy! Grab a notebook and pen, you're gonna need it! I pray this blesses you! Xo, Stef P.S. Hurry and get your application in for Podcast to Profit January 2023 session! We will have early bird goodies coming your way soon! Apply at www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com FREE WORKSHOPS: Get Clarity on Your Calling so You Can Confidently Start Your Online Business: www.freeclarityworkshop.com How to Build a Successful Online Business in Less Than 2 Hours a Week Using Podcasting: www.podcastforgrowth.com FREE DOWNLOADS: Complete Podcast Launch Checklist + Start a Podcast Toolkit www.thepodcastlaunchchecklist.com Should You Start a Podcast Quiz www.startapodcastquiz.com 13 Steps to Start an Online Business Checklist www.completebusinessblueprint.com 7-Step Spiritual Battle Plan from Psalms 18 www.stefaniegass.com/battleplan FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: www.stefgasscommunity.com THE STEFANIE GASS SCHOOL: Step 1: Get Clear on Your Calling and Build a Business Plan in 30 Days www.clarifyyourcallingcourse.com Step 2: Start & Launch a Successful Podcast www.podcastprouniversity.com Step 3: Monetize & Scale your Podcast Using Courses and Coaching www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transferring any business from transactional to aspirational is tough. Changing a culture is very difficult. Our conversations meander all over the subject. You will get many ideas and hear about how to embed a brand in a business. Visit us at LearningWithoutScars.com for more training solutions for Equipment Dealerships - Construction, Mining, Agriculture, Cranes, Trucks and Trailers.We provide comprehensive online learning programs for employees starting with an individualized skills assessment to a personalized employee development program designed for their skill level.
Many business owners lack firms that can endure beyond their direct ownership. What happens when you sell your business? Have you set that business up to have a thriving legacy without your ownership? Will your life have significance once you're not the person in charge?Ray Sclafani, Founder and CEO of ClientWise, a succession planning company, joins the show to share his expertise in the realm of business succession planning.KEY TOPICS- Business succession planning- Transferring trust to new leadership- Life after retirement or selling your business- The importance of ongoing personal development plansDon't have time for the full episode?Listen to the 15-minute highlight clip with this direct link: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/51624505/download.mp3CONNECT WITH USDecidedlypodcast.comInstagram: @decidedlypodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/decidedlypodcastShawn's Instagram: @shawn_d_smith Sanger's Instagram: @sangersmith MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION?At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy.LEARN MORE: www.decidedlywealth.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/decidedlywealth/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DecidedlyWealth/Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly decision-making tips: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001aeU_pPBHJPNJWJBdVbaci6bjGIuEJurH12xHBWDEVT_NxyCadMd7wLSZjcEZglkSjDjehuIbTHD8nABOIdV69ctfYpSzg24RCIytetBUrlIPPKgaGzjGZ8DkM0Wp1LMjbErcYUur7PbZGjeVo4gyXlz821AoJGZRJoin us every Wednesday for more strategies to DEFEAT bad decision-making - one episode at a time!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODERay's book, “You've Been Framed: How to Reframe Your Wealth Management Business and Renew Client Relationships”: https://www.amazon.com/Youve-Been-Framed-Management-Relationships/dp/1119062012/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KC59XDRWQISP&keywords=ray+sclafani+you%27ve+been+framed&qid=1665956601&sprefix=ray+sclafani+youve+been+framed%2Caps%2C251&sr=8-1Mark Tibergien: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marktibergien/Dan Sullivan: https://resources.strategiccoach.com/authors/dan-sullivanElizabeth “Liz” Nesvold: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-nesvold-9421065/CONNECT WITH RAY SCLAFANIClientWise: https://www.clientwise.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raysclafani/Twitter: https://twitter.com/raysclafaniAfter 20 years at AllianceBernstein, Ray Sclafani founded and heads ClientWise, which provides elite coaching programs and consulting exclusively for the financial services industry. Ray's passion for serving leaders, advisors, and companies in the financial services sector is reflected in ClientWise, its unique coaching programs, and its team of credentialed coaches.Ray's experience as a coaching and consulting specialist in the financial sector mirrors his long and profitable history in the industry. In his 20 years at AllianceBernstein, Ray was one of the company's top sales professionals and executive leaders. He specialized in creating and executing highly successful sales plans and building long-lasting client connections.Later, Ray used his expertise as founder and Managing Director of the Advisor Institute at AllianceBernstein. In that role, he developed and directed an extensive series of programs that created improved and sustainable motivation, sales, and client relationships. Ray completed his transition to founding ClientWise through significant coaching education and practice. He is now recognized as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from the International Coach Federation, the leading independent professional association for coaches. As a complement to his coaching skills, he also holds a Master's Certification in Neuro-Linguistics from the International Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming and has participated in The Strategic Coach® Program for 17 years.Ray's expertise as a coach and trainer is recognized and sought out by leaders within the profession. Through ClientWise, he has provided coaching or created and presented workshops for, among others, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, LPL, Raymond James Financial, Ameriprise, and Northwestern Mutual. In addition, he has spoken on request to major industry conferences and company events for firms such as Merrill Lynch for their Diversity & Training programs, LPL, Morgan Stanley Institutes Conferences, Raymond James, FSC Securities, as well as the FPA National Conference, John Hancock Funds Wholesaler Conference, Nationwide Financial Summit Sales Conference, MetLife Presidents' Conference, Northwestern Mutual Forum, Northwestern Mutual Annual Meeting, Barron's Winner's Circle Summit, and Barron's Top Advisory Teams Summit.He has been interviewed and quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Planning magazine, and Registered Rep, to name a few. Ray's book, “You've Been Framed: How to Reframe Your Wealth Management Business and Renew Client Relationships,” was published by Wiley in 2015.Ray holds a BA from Baylor University. He lives in Flower Mound, Texas with his wife and true life partner, Beth, and their two sons who continually inspire his work and his passion for excellence.
Did you know October 17-21 is National Transfer Student Week? On this episode, we welcome Jacks Online Senior Peer Mentor, Elizabeth Gentry. Elizabeth sits down with us to discuss her transfer experience, the NAU resources she took advantage of, and who helped her on her educational journey. Looking into life as a Lumberjack? Here's your transfer student resources:How to Apply as a Transfer Student Transfer & Online Connections Transfer RequirementsJacks Online peer mentoring program Thanks for listening! Want to be on our podcast? Share your idea with us and be a guest on LumberChats.
Sam has been marketing and selling insurance on the Internet since January of 1999, gaining national prominence as an expert in travel insurance, international benefits and war risk insurance before transitioning focus to the senior market in 2004. Transferring lessons learned from online travel insurance, Sam developed innovative, first generation web-based tools and services throughout the...
What do you do if you've chosen the wrong college? Maybe you've switched majors and they don't have your new major. Maybe the school is not a good financial fit. Maybe you thought you would love this college, but you are miserable. Transferring to another college is not easy, but it is not the end of the world. Education is full of change and sometimes those changes can be full of success. If you are unhappy with your college of choice, you won't want to miss this episode as Elizabeth walks you through the key things to consider when transferring from one college to another. 3 things to consider before transferring to another college:Let yourself acclimate to college. Attending college for the first time is a HUGE transition. Sharing a bedroom with a stranger, living on your own, these things take time to get used to. Take those transitions slowly, honor them and let them settle. After a few months, assess where you are at and then make a decision. Do Research. Don't skimp on this step. What would be a good college fit for you in terms of academic programs, social needs and financial needs? Doing extensive research ahead of time, will save you time and money. Tip: see if your new college has a transfer admission counselor to help you through this process. Investigate how your credits will transfer. Will your credits transfer for specific courses or be counted as general education credits? If your classes transfer as general education credits and not specific courses, then you may have to take additional classes at your new college, which means more work, possibly more semesters, and more costs. The Admissions Club Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things college admissions, complete with a nostalgic 80s playlist and Gen X vibes. It's hard to believe that we've traded in scrunchies and Bruce Springsteen posters for walking our kids through the college admissions process! But, I'm here to share my 25 years of higher education experience, with 10 years of direct college admissions experience, with you and your student so you don't have to walk it alone.Connect with Elizabeth!WebsiteFacebookYouTubeLinkedIn
After Thursday's news that defensive lineman Jacob Lacey is leaving the Notre Dame football program, we react. We also discuss who needs to step up for the Irish after the bye week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How similar is the product (music) that a musician creates to the product/ service that an entrepreneur sells? We explore this question with the help of innovation coach, Tristan Kromer, and relate it to a larger theme of building successful business models. Tristan's work involves transforming the way companies innovate and coaching startups and intrapreneurs on adopting startup principles into practice through his company, Kromatic. However, he didn't begin his career in this industry. He spent 10 years in his early career life doing some fantastic work in the entertainment industry. In this episode- we explore the similar themes found in a musician's and entrepreneur's process of building a product, explore Tristan's experiences building startup ecosystems around the world and take a look at how we was able to leverage transferable skills to accelerate his impact across different industries. --- Join us in creating social impact through a cup of tea by visiting www.nepalteacollective.com Support our podcast further by subscribing to our Patreon Page here: https://www.patreon.com/boardroombanter?fan_landing=true
Data aggregation compiles the information from databases with the intent to prepare combined datasets for data processing, and connecting humans to that data is the mission of today's guest. On this episode of The Digital Enterprise Society podcast, Craig Brown and Thom Singer welcome Rob Cooke, CTO and Founder of 3Forge, a lover of computers and computer science. Rob is constantly thinking about how computers work and has joined the podcast today for a discussion about data aggregation- what it is, what it isn't, how it can improve data exploration and what the future of data aggregation could really look like. On today's podcast, you will learn: Understanding data aggregation The goal of data aggregation is to take disparate sets of data and combine them into the consumable sets of data. The result allows humans to make usable meaning out of the data. The ability to aggregate data is a key part of data exploration. Data aggregation provides increased clarity and minimizes confusion around definitions. The data aggregation elevator pitch The initial approach to data aggregation is to simply leave the data where it is. Transferring data from one location to another is rarely the best solution. A willingness to make the needed change is essential to successful aggregation. Once data discovery is completed, it's time to move on to the next step. Handling data from devices The massive amounts of data that are available now make things both easier and more complicated. The input of data, the ability to ask questions of your data and get answers back, and the evaluation of real time streamed data are all essential. As the data is taking place, it is critical to be able to process what is important as quickly as possible to filter critical data. The four V's of data Validity- Sometimes the data is just wrong, for however short a period of time. Variety- Refers to the variation that comes in data, often without explanation. Volume- the amount of data that is available has increased exponentially. Velocity- the speed that the data is coming at you is also increasing. The four V's interact and each help to clarify and refine data. Simulation can help with collecting, analyzing, and improving data. The next layer that needs to be focused on is being aware of data systems, connecting those systems, and running analysis on the data and feeding it back in. Continue the conversation with us within the Digital Enterprise Society Community at DigitalEnterpriseSociety.org. Digital Download: Virtual Round-Table Series
In Episode 23 of "The Dustin Gold Nugget," Dustin briefly discusses mRNA transferring through breast milk, the COVID jabs causing problems with menstrual cycles, Elon Musk's big AI push, Neuralink's lawsuit over butchering monkeys, and new developments from Dr. Peter Emanuel and his Cyborg Soldier 2050 research paper. Join the discussion at Paine.TV/gold Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The proverb 'A little knowledge is a dangerous thing' expresses the idea that a small amount of knowledge can mislead people into thinking that they are more expert than they are, which can lead to mistakes being made. When it comes to repairing EV/Hybrids, the era of being a parts changer, I'm told, is nonexistent. We recorded live at Dorman with G Truglia and Pete Meier, 2 out of 4 trainers for a weekend of hands-on training. Listen to their perspectives on EV/Hybrid repair and training and why critical thinking is more important than ever. G Jerry Truglia, https://www.attstraining.com/about (ATTS: Automotive Technician Training Services), https://www.tstseminars.org/about-us (Technician Service Training.) Listen to G Jerry Truglia's other episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22Truglia%22 (HERE). Pete Meier, Creative Director, https://www.vehicleservicepros.com/magazine/5fd243a354604646568b4699 (Motor Age), and industry trainer. https://www.bikers-care.org/ (Bikers C.A.R.E Inc). Listen to Pete's other episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22pete+meier%22 (HERE) Key Talking Points Tips and tricks with EV/Hybrids- you must understand electric Using a meter- where to put it, what scale to put it on and what the readings mean You either fix it right, or you fix it wrong- there is no middle ground or a gray area Information is key- batteries, computer systems, motors, etc You have to have logic and critical thinking when working with high voltage Changing a battery isn't so simple anymore Commitment to training and education- reading publications, attending live hands-on classes Challenges- technicians do not receive support from the shop owner Transferring information from the brain to your hands- no longer a parts changer to fix problems. Comprehensive understanding. How many shops are doing EV/Hybrid the right way? 60 volts can stop your heart and kill you “A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing.” Connect with the Podcast: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners: Set your sights on Las Vegas in 2022. Mark your calendar now … November 1-3, 2022, https://www.aapexshow.com/ (AAPEX) - Now more than ever. And don't miss the next free AAPEX webinar. Register now at http://AAPEXSHOW.COM/WEBINAR (AAPEXSHOW.COM/WEBINAR). Shop-Ware: More Time. More Profit. Shop-Ware Shop Management https://getshopware.com/ (getshopware.com) https://aftermarketradionetwork.com () https://remarkableresultsradio.captivate.fm/listen ()
In this episode, I chat with A.J. Jacobs, 4x New York Times Best Selling Author, about redefining your problems as puzzles to solve them. Because of his normal childhood, A.J. found it difficult to write about his life as he hadn't done anything interesting. So, he decided to redefine his problem by turning it into a puzzle to solve. As a result, he went on "quests" to learn something new to write about his experiences. Throughout his entrepreneurial journey, A.J. has spent much of his time learning about cognitive behavioral therapy. He learned that behavior could affect your thoughts and feelings. For example, to succeed in life, you could act into a new way of thinking, also known as faking it until you feel it. Another concept of cognitive behavioral therapy that A.J. talks about is implementing self-imposed constraints for creativity. For example, developing a structure for brainstorming is much more productive than simply deciding to brainstorm. Lastly, A.J. talks about viewing your challenges as puzzles to make them more productive and fun. It's easier to find a solution to a puzzle than a problem. Thank you, A.J., for sharing your knowledge and experiences with us. Create the life you've always wanted!
On this episode of A Wiser Retirement Podcast, Casey Smith and Brad Lyons, CFP® talk about transferring wealth from generation to generation and go over what we've talked about on the podcast during the past quarter.Podcast Episodes Referenced:- Episode 117: What is Generational Wealth and How Do You Preserve It?- Episode 121: Designing Your Portfolio to Leave a Lasting Legacy- Episode 123: Estate Planning for Young AdultsYouTube Videos Referenced:- The Financial Advisor's Role in Legacy Planning- What is Legacy Planning and Why is It Important?Download Our Guide: "7 Steps to Leave a Financial Legacy"Connect With Us:Our WebsiteYouTubeFacebookLinkedInInstagramTwitterPodcastBlog
Welcome to Everyday Business, Yeo & Yeo's podcast. We've had the privilege of advising Michigan businesses for more than 99 years, and we want to share our knowledge with you. Covering tax, accounting, technology, financial and advisory topics relevant to you and your business, Yeo & Yeo's podcast is hosted by industry and subject matter experts, where we go beyond the beans. On episode 22 of Everyday Business, host Peter Bender, tax principal, and leader of Yeo & Yeo Wealth Management is joined by Matthew Cash, financial planning consultant for Avantax Planning PartnersSM. Listen in as Pete and Matt discuss the tax-smart strategies for wealth transferring in the fourth in our series focusing on wealth management. Different types of estate taxes (2:44) How might a changing regulatory environment affect wealth transfer plans? (5:20) What are some strategies that can be applied not to help minimize state taxes? (8:23) Contributing to a 529 educational savings account and the bunching rule (11:23) Donating appreciated property (13:18) Differences of beneficiaries of a ROTH or traditional IRA (14:24) When should someone look for an estate planning attorney? (15:56) Thank you for tuning in to Yeo & Yeo's Everyday Business podcast. Yeo & Yeo's podcast can be heard on Apple Podcasts, PodBean and, of course, our website. Please subscribe, rate and review. For more business insights, visit our Resource Center and subscribe to our eNewsletters. DISCLAIMER The information provided in this podcast is believed to be valid and accurate on the date it was first published. The views, information, or opinions expressed during the podcast reflect the views of the speakers. This podcast does not constitute tax, accounting, legal or other business advice or an advisor-client relationship. Before making any decision or taking action, consult with a professional regarding your specific circumstances. Investment advisory services are offered through Avantax Planning PartnersSM. Commission-based securities products are offered through Avantax Investment ServicesSM, Member FINRA, SIPC. Insurance services offered through licensed agents of Avantax Planning Partners. 3200 Olympus Blvd., Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75019. The Avantax entities are independent of and unrelated to Yeo & Yeo Wealth Management. Peter Bender is an Avantax registered representative. Not all Financial Professionals are licensed to offer all products or services. Financial planning and investment advisory services require separate licenses. Avantax affiliated advisors may only conduct business with residents of the states for which they are properly registered. Please note that not all of the investments and services mentioned are available in every state. This material is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as investment, tax or other advice or an offer or solicitation for the purchase or sale of any financial instrument. Indices are unmanaged, represent past performance, do not incur fees or expenses, and cannot be invested into directly. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Consult with your financial, tax or other appropriate advisors on all matters pertaining to financial, accounting or tax obligations and requirements. Check the background of Pete Bender on FINRA's BrokerCheck.
More on the blemishes. Noting that people with blemishes did indeed get married - even when there was knowledge of them in advance. Plus, some classic Gemara discussion and logic on a husband's claim regarding a preexisting blemish, and why preexisting alone doesn't decide the case. Also, the transactional basis of these marriages - and two parallel cases to them: 1. Transferring ownership of animals. 2. The status of an animal that is examined to be shechted. (With a hint to the much larger discussion of kinyan, a formal act of acquisition). Also, note the question of the burden of proof.
On today's episode… Nick Cannon announces baby #10 (00:18:37), Eric Adams is having a rough start as NYC Mayor (00:27:50), more elephants killing people in Thailand (00:48:34), and MUCH more… (00:00:00) - Timestamps ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:04:30) - Jokes of the day: Blondes, Polish and Caucasians (00:06:03) - Sly Stallone is getting divorced and covering up her tats… (00:11:39) - Plex Video Service gets HACKED (00:13:45) - Aquaman 2 gets delayed, probably due to Amber Heard situation (00:15:19) - Chet Homgren has torn his humongous feet ligaments (00:18:37) - Nick Cannon announces baby #10