Todays episode is focused on life long education and learning. Transforming the paradigm of education in the world. Our guest is Ashley Rani Singla from Vancouver, co-creator of Raising Humanity. A group of teachers, parents and trailblazers coming together from all corners of the world in honour of one very aligned purpose: to support you, and your parenting journey, in the most transformative way possible. Collective and holistic transformation is truly the way of the future. No one is as invisible as mothers and children in modern-day society, due to pressures of raising children alone. Yet, the health of our children and our society depend on the health of the mother. She requires support to nurture the unique seeds she was born with. We are all being called to reconnect to the spirit of the child within us once again, to live out our potential! The Team at Raising Humanity is a talented and diverse community of teachers, coaches, healers, innovators, entrepreneurs, scientists, doctors, parents and students, with hundreds of years of combined experience and wisdom. They have brought in the most powerful modalities for change, to create a fully embodied and integrative experience – the first of its kind, globally. The experiential experts that support your journey are specialized in modalities that include breathwork, meditation, energy and sound healing, nutrition, mind-body connection, stress management and much more. Working in collaboration is the most certain path to accelerated growth and authentic change. Learn more about Ashleys work here: https://raisinghumanity.com/playground-of-life/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/julian-guderley/support
Did you know that there's more energy in the packaging of an MRE than what's in the food? In this episode of the Voices from DARPA podcast, we're discussing “The Future of Food: Meals from Microbes.”First, we will hear from Dr. Molly Jahn, program manager for the Cornucopia program, which seeks to enable food production on-demand and on-site.Next, we'll speak with Dr. Blake Bextine, who manages the ReSource program, and Dr. Stephen Techtmann from Michigan Technological University, who serves as a program performer on their unique approaches to this daunting problem. That program aims to turn military waste – including plastics - into oils, lubricants, and food.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/voices-from-darpa/id1163190520Resources:FAO, IFAD, UNICEF, WFP and WHO. 2021. The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2021. Transforming food systems for food security, improved nutrition and affordable healthy diets for all. Rome, https://cdn.who.int/media/docs/default-source/nutritionlibrary/publications/state-food-security-nutrition-2021-en.pdf?sfvrsn=84e0ae0c_12&download=true
Willow Crossley began her habit of pleasing the eyes with a start in fashion, but it's her show stopping work with flowers that's encouraging us all to embrace the enrichment that flowers can bring.It's a delight to host Willow on ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange', where we discuss a charming trick to breathe life into even supermarket Tulips, her favourite Dahlias & Tulips, and how Willow's Instagram videos are encouraging us all to embrace flower arranging.In this episode, discover:The subtle art of reflexing tulips to make huge showstopping headliners out of your saucersHow Willow's welcoming Instagram videos encourage us all to embrace flower arrangingA selection of the most eclectic Dahlias and Tulips, from the exotic and rich China Town to the deep, glamourous Black ParrotOrder Sarah's book: https://bit.ly/2TWHJczOrder Arthur's book: https://bit.ly/3xOov7HShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeuGet in touch: email@example.comFollow Willow:https://willowcrossley.com/https://www.instagram.com/willowcrossleycreates/Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Paul Roetzer. Paul is the founder and CEO of Marketing AI Institute, and the founder of PR 20/20, HubSpot's first partner agency. He is the author of The Marketing Performance Blueprint (Wiley, 2014) and The Marketing Agency Blueprint (Wiley, 2012); and the creator of the Marketing AI Conference (MAICON). As a speaker, Roetzer is focused on making AI approachable and actionable for marketers and business leaders. He's also the co-author of a new book launching in June 2022 — Marketing Artificial Intelligence: AI, Marketing, and the Future of Business. More About Paul Roetzer: Marketing AI Institute Connect on LinkedIn Connect on Twitter Take The Marketing Assessment: Marketingassessment.co This episode is sponsored by Drip and the Hubspot Podcast Network.
This is a Clarity Cafe first Fam! In this super special episode, we extend a very warm welcome to our amazingly talented friend, honorary Clarity Sister, and talented singer-songwriter Jackee Stang AKA Wolfstang. And what an epic story she has for you this week! Tune in to hear how she transformed her pain and trauma by tapping into her creativity! Yup, channeling all those badass vibes into none other than… music, writing and producing her very first album “Daddy Wounds!” We are super proud of her healing journey and so appreciative to have her showing up with us here to share how embracing that little fiery creative spark inside of us, and doing something a little differently than the norm, can jump-start us on the path to healing.
As the founder and leader of 3C Comms, Bryan Rutberg guides and inspires corporate leaders and organizations on how to demonstrate love, understanding, and appreciation to their customers as a clear path to deeper loyalty, greater market share, and way more fun for everyone. As a consultant, Bryan helps companies and nonprofits create the right messages for their unique audiences and improve their business communications skills. His clients have ranged from authors preparing speeches for book tours to non-profit executives who want to tell their organizations' stories better. His consulting work has included interim CMO engagements; leading customer, partner, employee, and investor messaging initiatives; developing programs and culture to capture customer voices for better business planning; training sales, marketing, and customer support professionals in communications and relationship-building. Key Takeaways Bryan reminisces about what it was like going to school in Beverly Hills High. Finding out what really differentiates a customer from a lustomer. 3 Reasons why lustomers are the perfect business utopia; increased profits, referrals they make, and long-term partnerships you form with them. Understanding why firing customers is an essential step in business growth. Identifying customers that are perfect for your business; those who appreciate your services and are willing to build a successful long term relationship. Communicating to your audience in ways that are meaningful to them during the evaluation phase. Why it's important to get everybody in a business organization on the same page. Making your existing customer base more engaged and treasured at every step of growth in your business. Being able to defend your value successfully in the midst of competitors who do the same things you do, but for free. Connect wit Bryan LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryanrutberg/ Website - https://3ccomms.com/ (To download the free pdf covering the 10 tips for transforming Customers into Lustomers) Twitter - https://twitter.com/3CComms
In this installment of our popular "This Week in Business History" series, host Scott W. Luton profiles a living legend in the advertising industry and global business world: Mary Wells Lawrence. We share her rise from her first role as a copywriter - - to eventually being inducted into the Hall of Fame. She would go on to create some of the most iconic advertising campaigns of all time, and forever change the industry. Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about This Week in Business History: https://supplychainnow.com/program/business-history/ Subscribe to This Week in Business History and other Supply Chain Now programs: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe This episode was hosted by Scott Luton. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/transforming-american-advertising-bh100
Welcome to the Sunday Morning Worship Service of New Covenant Christian Ministries with Pastor Bill and Dr. D'Ann Johnson. Our mission is “Transforming all people into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.” I today's sermon, Pastor Bill explores the critical question of origin: Where Did I Come From?Please stay connected with us at newcov.org
Family episode this week as we welcome Jason Noble. Jason is the former children's ministry lead for the Assemblies of God denomination. He is a pastor and church planter. Jason was also the real life pastor in the story of Breakthrough - if you saw that movie about the kid that fell through the ice and died and the prayers of his mom and those around him brought him back to life. Jason is also the host of our brand new Kids Podcast called The KidMin Tribe. We just launched it and we will be dropping new episodes every other week. So on our new Kids platform, we'll have a new blog or a new podcast episode every Tuesday. So send your kids leaders and pastors to 1230kids.com Today we're talking with Jason today about how to transform your Kids Worship Experiences and the heart behind the new podcast. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support
Feelings are closely tied to intuition - they guide and direct our choices. Emotions, on the other hand, reveal the buried patterns within our energy system. Transforming these patterns is the key to reclaiming your energy and embodying your multi-dimensional, high vibrational nature.
How will the Government's new recycling plan across the country and will it make recycling less confusing? The Ministry for the Environment's proposed Transforming Recycling plan includes a 20 cents return scheme for most drink containers, though excludes dairy. It's one of three key elements in the proposal to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. The other two proposals in the plan are for standardised kerbside recycling collections across all regions and for households and businesses to separate food scraps from general waste. Roderick Boy, Principal Advisor at the Ministry for the Environment, explains the plan, and we'll discuss with Sophie Mander, Chair of the Territorial Authorities' Officers (TAO) Forum, the nationwide body run by Waste Minz - who have submitted to to the proposal and Marty Hoffart, Chair of the Zero Waste Network.
Over the next couple of months, I'm offering a focus on Internal Family Systems (or IFS) here on the podcast. IFS is a cutting-edge psychotherapeutic model that's sweeping the world right now– if you haven't noticed! More than being a very effective, gentle, and transformative model of therapy (that's been both life-changing for me and my clients), it's also a paradigm of living. IFS gives us the tools and framework to shift from living a fear-led life to an inspiration-led life. This month and next month's interviews will feature some leaders in the IFS community. Now, as the first of this 2-part series, I'm welcoming Chris Burris, an IFS senior lead trainer. Chris and I speak about the IFS model at large, and more specifically about how to transform more extreme parts like our inner critics and perfectionists into allies (rather than going to war with them). Chris also leads us through an IFS meditation to help us get more in touch with the parts of ourselves that are most dominant right now and shares some inspiring and practical ways he uses IFS for daily self-care. May this conversation be of benefit!
Saed Alami is a a health coach who specializes in wellness transformation with a passion. Born to transform the health and wellness industry, Saed is dedicated to elevating everyone he works with to create real energy, vitality, and personal health, through a process he coins “Body alchemy”. Transforming unhealthy beliefs, and habits into a uniquely designed personal way of living. His ultimate vision is to inspire people to embody their authentic selves and live healthy and meaningful lives in harmony with others and the planet.In this episode, I talk to Saed about where we are with masculinity, how did we get here and how can men and women start understanding each other better.About the guest:Saed's LinkedInSaed's Instagram—About Emily:Emily's WebsiteEmily's InstagramEmily's Projects: Mental Muscle Website | Mental Muscle InstagramTackling Minds Podcast Website | Tackling Minds Instagram___How to support the podcast:PatreonApple Ratings and Review Spotify RatingsSubscribe to the Podcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The connection between development and climate change is increasingly clear: delivering on these together will require large-scale low-carbon and resilient investments. It will also require approaches that tackle the political economy of the low-carbon transition and help communities build long-lasting resilience to climate change. What are the investments needed to achieve a green, resilient and sustainable future? How can we unlock private finance for climate action? How are countries stepping up to the challenge? During the https://live.worldbank.org/sm22/climate (2022 World Bank Group-IMF Spring Meetings), we explored the actions that are needed to create enabling environments, leverage different pools of capital at the right time, for specific needs, while involving communities and bringing them along in the global low-carbon, resilient transition. World leaders came together to discuss how to best build resilience & manage uncertainty. Listen to the Spring Meetings highlights in a special series of https://www.worldbank.org/en/news/series/the-development-podcast (The Development Podcast). Timestamps[00:00] Welcome and introduction of the topic [02:10] COP27 & Egypt: Creating meaningful solutions for the future [07:56] How to make climate finance tangible and action-oriented [15:20] Private capital in supporting climate action [23:27] Transitioning economies, transforming climate [26:04] Closure and thanks for tuning! Featured voicesRania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, Arab Republic of Egypt: "We cannot think about climate as separate from the development process of the country." Rhian-Mari Thomas, Chief Executive, Green Finance Institute: "We clearly need that enabling policy and regulatory frameworks in country, as well as the mechanisms to improve credit worthiness so that we can secure both local and international funds." Nicholas Stern, IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government, London School of Economics: "We have to put in place a big transition and we have to do it now, and of course, exiting coal, moving away from coal. That will involve a great deal of investment, but we're going to have to adapt." Mari Pangestu, Managing Director, Development Policy and Partnerships, World Bank: "Another realism that we are facing today the Ukraine war and its impact on high energy prices and increased concerns around energy security. How can we move forward to continue accelerating the energy transition?" Makhtar Diop, Managing Director, IFC: "We are hearing very much from the private sector about green taxonomy. People want to know when they invest to support a fight against climate change, that is really targeted to activities which are related to that." ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT PODCASTThis international development podcast brings together the data, research—and solutions—that can pave the way to a sustainable future. Through conversations focused on revealing the latest data, the best research, and cutting-edge solutions, let us introduce you to the folks working to make the world a better place. Don't miss an episode! https://world-bank-development-podcast.captivate.fm/listen (Listen and subscribe for free) on your favorite platform. ABOUT THE WBG-IMF SPRING MEETINGS 2022Preparing for future crises and strengthening international cooperation are essential to deliver a resilient recovery and a better future for those most in need. At these https://live.worldbank.org/sm22/climate (Spring Meetings), the World Bank Group convened leaders, experts and activists to discuss the impact of these global shocks on the most vulnerable communities. ABOUT THE WORLD BANK GROUPThe http://www.worldbank.org/ (World Bank Group) is one of the world's largest sources of funding and knowledge for low-income countries. Its five institutions share a commitment to reducing poverty, increasing shared prosperity, and promoting sustainable development.
Today's guest Elisa Covington fell in love with house flipping when she bought her first home. Now transforming houses as a living, she'll share her secrets to her success. Eavesdrop on this conversation and learn how to look for excellent house flipping deals, ensure a smooth renovation project, and more tips and strategies for home remodeling and selling!Key Takeaways To Listen ForTips for finding a good tenantReason to hold a “reserve fund” when flipping and how to make sure that property is profitableThings you should pay attention to when remodeling propertiesSecrets to finding great deals for flippingBest advice for people who are new to fixing and flippingDifferent course of action to finance your dealsResources Mentioned In This EpisodeFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Elisa CovingtonElisa Covington is a real estate investor in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the Founder and CEO of Transform Real Estate Investments, LLC, a Bay Area local Real Estate Solutions Company that purchases and improves all types of homes in various conditions and locations. In 2017, Elisa transitioned out of a comfortable, good-paying 9-5 job to a full-time investor. With 40 completed projects, she became her own boss and managed to work fewer hours but make many times more than her old W2 income. She's been making a 7-figure profit every year since 2019. Elisa started her investing journey by purchasing, remodeling, house hacking, and owning furnished rentals in San Francisco. She has done a DIY remodel with her husband and also managed rental properties on her own. Elisa enjoys helping people and sharing her knowledge with others. She currently mentors a few aspiring investors and hopes to empower more women to get started in real estate. She started a Youtube Channel (Youtube.com/TransformRealEstate) to teach people to invest in real estate and achieve financial freedom and now has over 50K subscribers. Elisa was born and raised in Beijing, China. After working for Google China briefly, she came to the US to pursue her MBA at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Elisa loves to design her own flips and use unique design features to appeal to buyers. When she isn't prospecting new properties or supervising projects, she loves hiking, swimming, and traveling. She has been to over 20 countries on 6 continents. You can follow her on Instagram @transformrealestate where she shares remodeling tips & tricks and before & after photos and subscribe to her Youtube channel (Youtube.com/TransformRealEstate) to learn about real estate investing and home remodeling. Connect with ElisaWebsite: Transform Real EstateYouTube: Transform Real EstateInstagram: @transformrealestateFacebook: Transform Real EstateTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.
Imagine a world in which every person's pain makes them better not bitter, kind rather than angry, and selfless instead of greedy and insecure. There is messiness in each of our stories, but we can use that mess intentionally to craft a life that points to God and proclaims his glory. On Thursday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, speaker and author, Chris Brown joins us to talk about his new book, Restored: Transforming the Sting of Your Past into Purpose for Today and to point out that no matter how messy it was, our past is a gift because it paves the way for us to develop the unique Christ-honoring message the world needs us to share. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jessica Jones-Williams, educator and CEO of the First Class Learning Academy is what every parent needs to help their child reach their maximum academic potential. Jessica talks about how she has always wanted to be a teacher, her company and how it came about, the effect of covid in the learning environment and what's her favorite part of being an educator. She opens up about her self care and what's important to her health. Education is important, we want our youth to succeed, contact Jessica at firstclasslearningacademy.com or on FB @jessicastutoringservice and let First Class Learning Academy partner with you and your child.
Sean Herman is the Founder and CEO of Kinzoo, a company that is on a mission to be the most trusted brand for incorporating technology into children's lives. Kinzoo unlocks technology's true potential by focusing on connection, creativity, and cultivating new skills and interests for children and families. Sean is also the author of Screen Captured, a #1 Amazon best-seller that provides new and productive ways for parents and families to think about technology and screen time. In this episode… Are you a parent concerned about your child's use of technology? Technology is becoming more and more accessible to younger children, so how can you ensure that your child's content is safe and appropriate? Kinzoo understands that it's not always easy to restrict children's technology use, so they've provided a secure alternative to traditional technology platforms to safely integrate and manage technology in your child's daily life. With Kinzoo's comprehensive and user-friendly privacy measures, you can feel confident knowing that your child is protected on the internet. In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Sean Herman, Founder and CEO of Kinzoo, to talk about creating a safe environment for children to use technology. Sean reveals some of Kinzoo's privacy and security features, how the platform can help solve the growing technology problem, and tips for parents to rethink how their children use technology.
Crain's residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin talks with host Amy Guth about local housing news, including a look at why buyers' down payments have gone up and how a group of local developers are taking a “buy the block” approach to new construction in West Woodlawn. Plus: Boeing's top Chinese customer drops 737 Max from plans, the ‘historic' deal to close pay gap in women's and men's soccer, preliminary report indicates Chinese plane crash was an intentional dive, and a Lake Zurich campus sale marks biggest suburban office deal since 2005.
On this episode of Far Out with Faust, movie director turned life coach Ted Wallach returns to talk about transforming relationships through restorative justice and ancient shamanic traditions. Wallach, who's been on the podcast three times (episodes 12 & 20), spent years working in Hollywood with power players like Martin Scorsese. He's a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University Peace Innovation Lab. He shares with Faust the story of how he was fired from his high profile job as the first creative director of the infamous Wework — and how experiences like that inspired him to create a podcast and book called How to Get Fired. Wallach is a self-proclaimed listening coach and circle keeper — a facilitator of an ancient and profound healing tradition known as circle. Listen as he explains to Faust what keeping circles means: the concepts, the rules and most importantly, the potential of circle to radically transform individuals and society. Don't miss Wallach's insightful and brilliant analogy explaining the difference between Newtonian and quantum theory. Or his powerful account of how Desmond Tutu used restorative justice to build forgiveness among soldiers and mothers, as detailed in The Book of Joy. What's Wallach's latest venture? A tech collab with former 23andMe lead developer (and podcast episode 35 guest) Bo Lopker. Dubbed Totem, the two are taking the best of technology and using it to actually build community — as opposed to the apps that Wallach calls “anti-social media.” Stay tuned as Wallach offers up some truly compelling advice about our true purpose in life — how to find it, embrace it, and embody it. Hear why some people may be living in a builder cage without even realizing it. Don't miss the most important mission we all have as humans. Oh — and his wise (and extremely funny) advice for married couples.Connect with Ted WallachWebsite: https://tedwallach.com/#Podcast #SelfHelp #PersonalDevelopment #LifeCoach #FarOutWithFaust
In today's episode, I have my friend and mentor, Jim Roussin, on the podcast to chat about his book Transforming Teamwork: Cultivating Collaborative Cultures. Jim co-authored this book with Diane P. Zimmerman and Robert J. Garmston. A fantastic read that draws on research and practical experience. In the book, Jim and his co-authors identify and unpack strategies and tools that: Help to build psychological safety in an effort to get teams to work towards resilient interpersonal relationships. Teach how to use constructive conflict as a powerful catalyst for team learning and transformationEmpower teams to inquire into problems of practice to transform capabilities and produce actionable learningI've known Jim for 6 years now and he was the one who trained me as a cognitive coach. This is the third time that Jim has come on my podcast. I love our conversations as they are so full of insight and wisdom. If you are a leader in any organization, you are sure to find deep value in our discussion today and I highly recommend that you get your hands on a copy of his book. It is sure to help transform teamwork in your own organization. Jim is currently the Executive Director for Generative Learning which you can find online at http://www.generative-learning.comIn addition to Transforming Teamwork he has also written two other books: Implementing Change Through Learning: Concerns-Based Concepts, Tools, and Strategies for Guiding Change in (2013); and Guiding Professional Learning Communities: Inspiration, Challenge, Surprise, and Meaning in (2010)I hope you enjoy our conversation and share this episode with anyone who you feel will benefit from listening to it. About Jim: James L. Roussin has worked as an assistant superintendent, language arts teacher, ESL coordinator, ASCD Middle East consultant and adjunct professor.Jim is currently the Executive Director for Generative Learning. A consulting practice focused on healthy organizations and human development through the lens of natural systems theory and complexity science.He served as a teaching associate for Human Systems Dynamics (an institute using complexity theory to transform organizational culture). Jim facilitates learning in the following areas: leadership development, board development, Strategic Planning, Cognitive Coaching and Adaptive Schools. Jim was the co-developer and co-facilitator of the West-Metro Teacher Leadership Academy in Minnesota.Connect with Jim: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-roussin-b739514/
When Styler Rising opened Metamorphosis Fitness in 2015, they focused on creating a place that embraced exercise, strength, and transformation. But what Styler didn't realize was that they were also providing something else — a safe, queer-affirming gym environment. So, the fitness business went through a transformation of its own, and things really took off after a TikTok about the gym went viral. Today on the show, Bree talks with Styler about all the work they have done to create a cool, welcoming place for all bodies who want to get fit. Want to own 800 pounds of prime Denver history? Bree's got an exclusive lead on a very interesting opportunity in our newsletter today: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ What do you love most about your gym? We'll share all the local love on Twitter: @citycastdenver Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Having wonderful parents is a huge blessing, but how can you teach your children that life isn't perfect? This episode is filled with inspiration as Dan Martell shares his remarkable experience as a child on how he utilizes his challenges to reclaim his future. Catch the wonderful message on converting your mistakes into an outstanding example for your children in this episode! Key takeaways to listen for What can happen when you don't listen to your parents How a prison guard may make a major difference in the life of a kid Transforming your uncertainty to shape a remarkable life's work Embracing ADHD can be detrimental or beneficial Powerful tips to win with ADHD Effective practices for coping with guilt and focusing on what you can control How to help children understand the benefits of making mistakes Resources mentioned in this episode Driven to Distraction by Edward M. Hallowell | Paperback & Hardcover About Dan Martell Dan is a serial entrepreneur from Canada and is the CEO and founder of SaaS Academy. He specializes in coaching and advising B2B SaaS founders to grow to success similar to his previous founded companies, Spheric, Clarity.fm, and Flowtown. He is also a current Managing Partner at High Speed Ventures and in 2013, he was awarded as Canada's angel investor of the year. He is an investor, triathlete, husband, and a father who is dedicated in making an impact to the world. Connect with Dan Website: Dan Martell Instagram: @danmartell Youtube: Dan Martell Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting,” click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
The Cheeky Panda is on a mission to transform the type of paper products we all use across Household, Beauty, and Baby products. By using surplus bamboo instead of trees as their raw material, The Cheeky Panda makes products that are kinder to your skin as well as to the planet. In this episode, founders Chris and Julie tell us how and why they set up the business, and how they've grown it to £17M in sales in only 6 years, with relatively little external funding. Find out more about The Cheeky Panda - and try some!Follow Brand Growth Heroes on Instagram Discover more about Fiona Fitz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fionafitz/Discover more about the show: https://www.brandgrowthheroes.com/Like what you hear & want to work with Fiona, and join a network of hundreds of scaling CPG brands? Discover her programmes for the founders of consumer/grocery brands below: For the founders of SCALING grocery brands: The Growth Strategy Programme: The only online Business Accelerator for scaling consumer packaged goods brands. Read the testimonials here: https://www.fionafitzconsulting.com/courses/brand-growth-strategy-programme For EARLY-STAGE brands, try Brand Growth Bootcamp Masterclass Membership - Fiona's classes & group for founders of early-stage startup consumer brands https://fionafitzconsulting.mykajabi.com/offers/eRBTBioC/checkout Thanks to Strong Roots for supporting series 5 of Brand Growth Heroes.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Transformation to reach the next level is one of the most delicate processes throughout the attractions industry. In the current state of the industry, we're dealing with a time where people feel different than they've ever felt before. The only answer to help adapt to this new era is transformation to enhance the employee and guest experience. Challenges await behind the door we're approaching, and in this episode, Matt and Josh discuss methods and ways to transform both the guest and employee experience to help combat arising issues and ensure stability in a time where it isn't guaranteed. Pandemic Recovery (Showing Appreciation) Throughout the past 2 years, the world has shifted drastically. As a result, the ideologies of people have also shifted within the guest and employee worlds. For example, showing appreciation has become one of the most key elements in both of these worlds due to these changes in ideology. Not only should guests feel appreciated for visiting your location, but employees who help create these experiences should also be recognized for the work they do. Guests could be doing anything else other than visiting an attraction, so it's important that their presence is recognized. The same thing goes for employees, as they could be working at a different location or working from home. Showing appreciation and recognition has become practically essential after the reset the world recently went through, and people will no longer visit or work for a place that doesn't show them the gratitude they deserve for going out of their way. How to go about Transformation Going about transformation is not an easy task. Guidance and critical thinking is essential to develop a meaningful transformation that will give positive results. Following a tailored criteria to help develop transformation will be a ‘North Star.' Although the end goal may be vague, using a structured method to transform one emotion to another can lead to a transformed audience, who may not even know they've been transformed. In addition, using resources is a key element to transform experiences. Companies often have multiple departments, and creating joint efforts can really help attack pressure point elements of transformation. Measuring transformation can be a difficult task. Guests and employees are very different, yet incredibly intertwined. Overall, seeing how behavior changes in a person is the greatest indicator of transformation for all types of people. If a guest begins to become a consistent visitor, that may show that the changes you made transformed that guest. If an employee begins to refer more of their friends, that may also be a big indicator that your methods of transformation have been successful. By recognizing these changes in behavior, transformation can be altered to achieve the behavior you want. Removing barriers One of the biggest obstacles in transforming somebody's behavior is limited vision they have to the bigger picture. Getting someone to say “I've never thought of it that way” is one of the key gateways into transformation. Whether it be for the guest questioning why a restrictive policy exists to an employee wondering why the call-out system exists, helping people see the bigger picture can help change their behavior and lead to a positive transformation. Everyone only sees what is in front of them, and helping them see what goes around policies or experiences can help transform that person. The same way works when moving up the corporate ladder. As you slowly move up, you begin to see the land below you and how it intertwines with each other. Moving from an hourly position to an operations team leader transforms a person sheerly by how much more they're seeing. By spreading that knowledge, the dots can connect and more people can understand that they're no longer a cog in a machine but rather a unique individual contributing to the operation, far beyond the job description. Overall, by giving more pieces of the puzzle and connecting it for someone, they can be transformed and have their behavior changed. There are many more ways that transformation can occur, and we are eager to further explore this conversation and hear your opinions on the topic. Feel free to share your thoughts on Twitter and LinkedIn, and tag @AttractionPros. Tell us what you're going through and tell us how you're transforming your experience, or even tell us how you're struggling. This podcast wouldn't be possible without the incredible work of our amazing team: Scheduling and correspondence by Kristen Karaliunas Branding and design by Fabiana Fonseca Summary by Mason Nichols To connect with AttractionPros: email@example.com
It doesn't matter how much money you have or your stature in life, you can transform your personal brand into something great. Be a game-changer, someone who is obsessed with the future, not the past, and influence others to greatness. Lethia Owens has gone through all kinds of struggles growing up, but that hasn't stopped her from achieving her goals. She is now a personal branding speaker and strategist. She helps people find who they are by pointing a mirror at them, to truly see themselves. Join Amy Killingsworth as she talks to Lethia about her journey from struggle to influence. Start embracing your past mistakes and learn from them. Become a game-changer today!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Rise to Reign community today:amykillingsworth.com/podcastAmy Killingsworth FacebookAmy Killingsworth LinkedInAmy Killingsworth InstagramAmy Killingsworth YouTubeAmy Killingsworth Twitter
eBay is familiar as an e-commerce site that facilitates transactions between buyers and sellers. But as eBay's first chief AI officer, Nitzan Mekel-Bobrov is focused on the role artificial intelligence technology can play in enhancing the user experience for everyone who engages with the platform. In this episode, Nitzan shares examples of the AI tools eBay is building, such as a 3D visualization tool for sellers create their own models, and intent detection tools to enhance customer service. He also discusses his academic background in biology and neuroscience, his purposeful progression from health care to financial services to online travel and finally to e-commerce, and the challenges of scaling up AI capabilities organizationwide to drive transformational value. Read the episode transcript here. Me, Myself, and AI is a collaborative podcast from MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group and is hosted by Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh. Our engineer is David Lishansky, and the coordinating producers are Allison Ryder and Sophie Rüdinger. Stay in touch with us by joining our LinkedIn group, AI for Leaders at mitsmr.com/AIforLeaders or by following Me, Myself, and AI on LinkedIn. Guest bio: Nitzan Mekel-Bobrov is chief AI officer at eBay. He leads the company's vision and strategy for transforming how it delivers value to sellers and buyers around the globe through AI-led experiences, such as semantic recommenders, reasoning systems, visual understanding, and immersive visual experiences. Mekel-Bobrov has led the AI organizations at some of the largest brands in health care, financial services, and e-commerce, spanning AI science, engineering, and product development. He holds a doctorate in computational genomics and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Chicago. We encourage you to rate and review our show. Your comments may be used in Me, Myself, and AI materials. We want to know how you feel about Me, Myself, and AI. Please take a short, two-question survey.
Travis Richey (Entrepreneur, Advisor, and Motivational Speaker) joins Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley to share his story of growing up with a father who was an organized crime boss and addicted to heroin, being forced to take on the role of protector within the family, and how he was being groomed to take over the family business. Then Travis talks about learning how to take care of himself both physically and mentally during a mission to Spokane, WA, succeeding in the financial industry, and how improper transactions got him sent to prison for two years. We also dive into Travis' work educating the prison community with his organization, AccomplishED Ventures, and how he's focused on making a positive change for those who have been incarcerated. To learn more about Travis and AccomplishED Ventures, you can visit their website here: https://www.accomplishedventures.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Jackie and Danielle are talking about the 2002 comedy The New Guy. And they're joined by our Instagram pal Megan from 1999 Vibes. Dizzy Harrison is a nerdy senior who has finally gotten lucky - he has a second chance to be the guy with no past in "The New Guy," a hilarious story about wiping the slate clean and reinventing yourself. Transforming from dud to stud at his new school with the help of inmate Luther, geeky Dizzy becomes the cool Gil Harris and sets out to destroy the popularity-obsessed social system, boost school morale and win the heart of Danielle. Starring: DJ Qualls, Eliza Dushku, Zooey Deschanel, Lyle Lovett and Eddie Griffin – No More Late Fees --- Megan 1999 Viibes Instagram TapeGiirl Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nomorelatefees/support
THANK YOU for joining me for episode #10 of The Jo DeVoe Show. You can find the show notes with relevent links here : http://www.joannadevoe.com/2022/05/the-jo-devoe-show-10-ancestral-healing.html MUCH LOVE -xo peace... Joanna DeVoe
For good or for evil, the body lies right at the center of the spiritual life…one can immediately see all around us that the human body is a primary barrier to conformity to Christ. But this was never God's intent.
What does decolonization or even postcolonialism and anticolonialism mean for WOC in our respective fields? How can these concepts be used to explore shared goals or possibilities for solidarity and collective liberation? This episode debates how women of color are decolonizing their fields.
How does space impact a company's Culture? Tiffany Sauder, CEO of Element Three, a full-service marketing consultancy in Indianapolis breaks down the current climate. She talks about competing against home for employee engagement and creating a space where her team wants to work and grow.
With the odds stacked against you, how do you make it through to the other side? Rebekah Farmer was misdiagnosed with an eating disorder and held against her will in an eating disorder unit for a month. She was finally diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease and a host of other health issues, including autoimmune and mood disorders. She fought her way back to health and is thriving and happy.
In this episode, Janina discusses her career in learning, treating, and teaching about PTSD and Complex PTSD. She discusses being inspired when hearing Judith Herman talk about how that the events in one's life shape our experiences, as opposed to just being driven by childhood sexual fantasies as was the main viewpoint based on Freud's work. She explained how the prevailing thought in treating trauma for decades has been that the client needed to tell the story of the trauma, but we have no research that proves that view. Instead, she proposes that the way to treat trauma is to change one's relationship to the symptoms, rather than re-live the event. She discussed her experience working with Bessel Van Der Kolk, and how he encouraged her to teach about working with PTSD. Additionally, he encouraged all of his clinicians to be trained in a Somatic approach, which lead her to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy training and to EMDR. She discussed her work and how she helps clients to engage their frontal lobes, the thinking brain, and works with clients as fragmented, incorporating Internal Family Systems and working from a Structural Dissociation perspective. We discussed how she treats suicidality in trauma clients as a part trying to protect the client from being overwhelmed by vulnerability. She discussed how her model, Trauma Informed Stabilization Treatment (TIST) is an integrative approach, incorporating parts work, EMDR, somatic, and Structural Dissociation, and she is training others in her model throughout the world. Finally, we discussed the clients' experience in therapy and working with them where they are, as the client who has experienced trauma may not be able to “trust” the therapist enough to try something new. Janina Fisher, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and a former instructor at the Harvard Medical School and former instructor at The Trauma Center, a research and treatment center founded by Bessel van der Kolk. She is known as an expert on the treatment of trauma, and has also been treating individuals, couples and families since 1980. She is past president of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, an EMDR International Association Credit Provider, and Assistant Educational Director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute. Janina lectures and teaches nationally and internationally on topics related to the integration of the neurobiological research and newer trauma treatment paradigms into traditional therapeutic modalities. Janina is the author of Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Self-Alienation (2017), Transforming the Living Legacy of Trauma: a Workbook for Survivors and Therapists (2021), and The Living Legacy Instructional Flip Chart (2022). She is best known for her work on integrating somatic interventions into trauma treatment, and the development of her approach Trauma Informed Stabilization Treatment (TIST), which one can be trained in by going to https://therapywisdom.com/healing-the-fragmented-selves/. You can learn more about Janina at her website, www.janinafisher.com.
Welcome to the Sunday Morning Worship Service of New Covenant Christian Ministries with Pastor Bill and Dr. D'Ann Johnson. Our mission is “Transforming all people into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.” In today's sermon, Dr. D'Ann Johnson shares key insights into who we are in Christ.Please stay connected with us at newcov.org
Do you realize you have two inner voices? Self-help gurus will tell you that you need to listen to your ‘inner voice' for guidance, but which one? Because there are both the voices of self-doubt and confidence within you. What are you supposed to do? Listen in as Sabrina Victoria returns to the show, and we share lessons learned in distinguishing the difference, breaking free from co-dependency, and not letting others steal your thunder!