Nancy chats with Sean about his own podcasts, how he transitioned from tech to the creative industry, how tech skills can be transferrable for creative career changes, and more. Sean is a Sloan MIT MBA, and former PM at Amazon. He currently is trying to write screenplays, actively participates in furthering the mission of the 1990 Institute as a board member and produces Bund to Brooklyn, a podcast on how Asian Americans and Chinese tackle modern issues like identity, mental health, activism and more. (@bundtobrooklyn)You can follow his photography @sameseanniulook and read his writing @ https://sean-niu.squarespace.com/Nancy: Website, Instagram, Twitter Welcome to Progressive Opinions of Color (POC), a podcast that creates space for people of color in conversations about economics, politics, and culture. Your host is Nancy Wu. Nancy is an Asian American woman, an economist, and a huge politics and policy nerd. Nancy triple majored in Economics, Government (Political Science) and Gender Studies at Dartmouth and has a Master's in Development Economics from Oxford. She works as an Economist full time and has previously worked in economic policy at the White House (under Obama, of course) and progressive think tanks. The goal of this podcast is to engage the state of the economy, and other pressing topics in politics, economics, and culture, all through perspectives inclusive of the lived experiences of people of color. Whether you're new to politics or already a huge politics nerd, we hope this podcast inspires community and conversation among us. Join us in reimagining politics and economics with underrepresented voices.
2 Queer Arabz talk with the Gender Doula Kamryn Wolf about the spiritual practice of transitioning. Kamryn shares their path to this work, what a Gender Doula is, and how folks interested in transitioning their gender, but isolated or need support, could use this service in their journey. https://genderdoula.com/
Darren Fletcher and Stephen Warnock are joined by the Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker on the Football Daily. The three-time Premier League champion discusses his team's recent Champions League victory against PSG, how Pep coached him to be a complete defender and Kyle reflects on England's incredible Euro 2020 campaign this summer. TOPICS: 01:00 - Kyle on Manchester City's victory over PSG 07:15 - On facing Mbappe 1on1 09:40 - How Pep improved Kyle as a defender 17:05 - Transitioning from club to international football 21:00 - On Bernando Silva 31:30 - On the team behind the scenes 34:40 - On being a part of the England national team 40:00 - Reflections on the Euro 2020 final
New War Whiskey Podcast Episode!! In this special Thanksgiving Day Episode, Justin, and Chris talk about transitioning out of the military and the ups and downs with adjusting to life outside the uniform. They discuss their own journey's and how having a plan is crucial to success outside the military. Like, Listen and subscribe!
It's tax season again and so it is time to get the ball rolling on the taxes for your business. With planning and preparation being a challenge, tax professionals can be a lifesaver. They will help you understand how changes in tax laws affect your business, ensure that your business complies with tax regulations, and maintain a good relationship with the IRS. In today's episode of the Expert(ish) podcast, Jay talks with Ann Marie about tax planning. She will speak about the factors to consider when filing estimated tax payments, the benefits of working with a tax professional, and what investors can expect when preparing their estimated tax payments. Enjoy! If you are looking for an inexpensive and super convenient healthcare option, check out SkillMil Telehealth Services. It's a program that works well as a supplement to VA health care. Simply click on telehealth services on their website, fill out the basic info, and use the referral code Expert(ish) Podcast in the dropdown menu to get started. In Today's Episode4:08 - Factors to consider when filing an estimated tax payment 8:01 - What makes someone a real estate professional 14:33 - The benefits of working with a tax professional 19:10 - How investors should prepare for their first tax year 24:57 - Why the first tax year is very important 36:02 -Tax write-offs for investment property purchases Favorite Quotes"Tax planning is very important, especially this time of the year. Just get organized and now is the time. The holidays are going to hit and they're going to be like, 'oh it's Thanksgiving, I'll do it after. All of a sudden it's January and your estimated tax payments, the last one, midnight January 15th, and then you're scrambling and you're ripping your hair out. So just start now. You don't have to do it overnight. Just start hitting your ducks in a row, essentially." - Ann Marie "For your first tax year with your investment property, get your expenses deductions and your books. If you come to a person who's doing your taxes with a hodgepodge of a mess, you're going to get charged a lot more. Know what's going on." - Ann Marie "The three main topics that get audited - car, meals, and marketing. They don't want someone just throwing in a number." - Ann Marie "The first tax year is very important because you're going to understand its growing pains. There's going to be some mistakes, but then you learn and you grow." - Ann Marie Engage with Ann MarieInstagram Connect with Expert(ish) Podcast Host JAY JOHNSONCall (858) 925- 4536WebsiteLinkedInFacebookInstagram Listen to more episodes of the Expert(ish) PodcastiTunesSpotify
Lawn-care Entrepreneur and GreenPal Founder. Before the age of 40, Bryan had already sold his enterprise-level lawn-care business and set sail into retirement. Then... Bryan got bored! Taking his knowledge from the lawn-care industry and combining it with a couple of co-founders and good foresight he decided to launch the first "lawn-care by appointment" app. Bryan had no prior knowledge on how to code, how to physically market an app or understanding of the digital advertising landscape. He alongside his partners each self-taught and took on the integral roles necessary to bring their evergreen solution to people in need across the country. Leave Some Feedback: Who should we have on the show next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: TheHowtoEntrepreneur.com Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Today's Sponsors: JavaPresse Coffee Company - #1 Rated Coffee Grinder on Amazon (Free Grinder in Link) SANESolution - Harvard Medical endorsed body & mind health framework American Dream U - Transitioning veteran professionals
Healing has different paths to travel and reach it. Today's guest, George Kalantzis, decided to record his experiences, pain, grief, and thoughts in a journal that led him to find new talent. A journal that became a book, reaching hundreds of people who thank him for changing their lives. This book tells a story of overcoming, where its author shares his battle with depression, addictions, and his divorce. There is something about writing that allows us to vent, express ourselves clearly, create a fantasy story that takes us away from our problems. As a writer and author, I can say that it is a healing experience that everyone should try. ABOUT GEORGE KALANTZIS. George Kalantzis is a Marine Corps combat veteran with over ten years of experience overseeing collaborative teams and managing complex projects in high-pressure, rapidly changing environments. Today, George empowers people to move through the toughest days of their lives at The Art Of Tough Transitions. A single dad to a five-year-old daughter, George lives in New Hampshire, where he enjoys the great outdoors and faces one of his toughest transitions to date—navigating the twists and turns that come from raising a little girl in today's world. CONNECT WITH GEORGE. Website: https://theartoftoughtransitions.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/_georgekalantzis/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/Theartoftoughtransitions YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcO57OUwl4rLLP8AChV-hXA?view_as=subscriber WHAT YOU WILL HEAR [2:37] Meet George K. [10:00] Transitioning the military system: the good and the bad. [14:43] An experience that changed his life. [20:21] Deconstructing his identity. [27:06] The freedom that exists in writing. [30:28] Generating an impact through captured thoughts. [33:43] The creative process behind the book. [42:05] What will I do next? [44:51] It's never too late to reinvent yourself. [48:02] The unintended consequence and challenge. [50:14] What would you say to your past self? If you look at the civilized world and think, "no thank you," then you should subscribe to our podcast, so you don't miss a single episode! Also, join the UNcivilized community, and connect with me on my website Man UNcivilized.com or Instagram so you can join in on our live recordings, ask questions to guests, and more. Find Traver on Instagram @traverBoehm Get a copy my book, Man UNcivilized Join us on the New Year's Costa Rica Unfolding Retreat Dec. 27th 2021- Jan 3, 2022.
On Easter Sunday in 1982, Dennis Day was a guest of John Dunning's radio show for 71KNUS in Denver. The two spoke about Day's life and career, which naturally led to his association with Jack Benny. In this clip, Dennis Day talks about his first experience performing for TV in late 1946 and Benny's transition from radio to the small screen.
E91 Transitioning from the Military to Project Management with Art García, Curtis Brown, Cathy Christian In this episode of Project Management Office Hours Art García, Cathy Christian, and Curtis Brown join PMO Joe for an enlightening discussion about veterans, project management, and mentorship. One of the themes from the show is a helping hand goes […]
E91 Transitioning from the Military to Project Management with Art García, Curtis Brown, Cathy Christian In this episode of Project Management Office Hours Art García, Cathy Christian, and Curtis Brown join PMO Joe for an enlightening discussion about veterans, project management, and mentorship. One of the themes from the show is a helping hand goes […] The post E91 Transitioning from the Military to Project Management with Art García, Curtis Brown, Cathy Christian appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
In this episode of Project Management Office Hours Art García, Cathy Christian, and Curtis Brown join PMO Joe for an enlightening discussion about veterans, project management, and mentorship. One of the themes from the show is a helping hand goes a long way. “Communicating, connecting and mentoring; you're building your network and the person you help today may be the person that helps you tomorrow.”- Art García. Mentorship can be one of the most influential parts to a successful military transition. Creating safe outlets for a new professional can make all the difference for them. A great mentor supplies positive influence, guidance and the direction that the person wants to take. “It's about trying to get people to change their aperture. How can I get this person to open their aperture? Kind of think outside of the box. What are the things that you've done? And when you see the light bulb goes off.” -Curtis Brown Art, Cathy and Curtis provide great leadership to veteran service organizations such as VPMMA, NOVA Job Outreach, PMI, and Onward to Opportunity. “You don't even recognize what you're doing, how helpful and impactful that is to the folks that you're helping. Because to you, it's just a conversation. It's just a natural thing that you're doing. Then when they come back and tell you what an impact it was, you're like, oh! I had no idea.” -Cathy Christian Art García, PMP is a program and project management lead at USAA, Career project manager and Co-Founder for NOVA jobs. He has served 20 years in the US Air Force and is a veteran. Connect with Art García https://www.linkedin.com/in/artgarciapmp/ Cathy Christian, PMP is the Vice President on the Board of Directors for Veteran Project Manager Mentoring Alliance (VPMMA). Now retired, was Vice President of Project Management at Prudential Financial. Serving in the U.S. Air Force for 7 years supervising and training 8 weapons directors on board the E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) Connect with Cathy Christian https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathycchristian/ Curtis Brown is the Director of Military Affairs for the Alamo PMI Chapter and Director of IT Project Management at Dynamic Advancement. Curtis is a Veteran having served for over 20 years within the United States Airforce. His passion is aiding transitioning and transitioned veterans and military spouses and building a network of support and guidance. Connect with Curtis https://www.linkedin.com/in/curtis-jbl-brown/ Learn more about veteran programs and lend a helping hand visit: VPMMA https://thevpmma.org/ NOVA Jobs Outreach https://www.linkedin.com/search/results/all/?keywords=NOVA%20Jobs%20Outreach&sid=o(n Alamo PMI Chapter https://www.alamopmi.org/ Onward to Opportunity (O2O) https://ivmf.syracuse.edu/programs/career-training/ Thank you to THE PMO SQUAD and The PMO Leader for sponsoring this show. The PMO Squad awarded: Platinum Medallion by the United States HIRE Vets program! The HIRE Vets Medallion Award recognizes a company or organization's commitment to veteran hiring, retention, and professional development. Learn more about The PMO Squad - www.thepmosquad.com Where do PMO Leaders go for Information, Learning, Networking and Services? The PMO Leader community has Everything You Need to Become a Great PMO Leader. One PMO World, One Community! Learn more about The PMO Leader - www.thepmoleader.com
Learn if John Hancock had inherited his late uncle's business at a good time in 1764. Discover exactly what New England's Economy had revolved around for quite some time. Find out if 1765 Stamp Act was met with hostilities from all corners of America. Learn what Prominent Virginian had issued multiple resolutions denouncing Stamp Act, which included getting published in Boston's Newspapers. Learn about what takes place on August 8 & 14th of 1765. Discover which American City was home to Sons Of Liberty's Origins along with the individuals whom coined the term Sons Of Liberty. Learn whether or not John Hancock supported mob violence along with actions taken upon by Samuel Adams & James Otis. Discover which tavern would become primary meeting ground for Patriot Leaders. Learn what gathering took place in New York starting on October 7, 1765 including a particular accomplishment. Find out whether John Hancock supported boycotting British Goods in defiance of Stamp Act. Learn if any repercussions arose amongst English Merchants with regards to Export Declines. Understand significance behind March 18, 1766. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/support
In today's episode, Dr. Erin Elmore is joined by Rob Feiner. Rob is a licensed clinical counselor and has a private practice in Torrance, California with two decades of experience coaching diverse individuals. In 2018, Rob became a father and since then he's combined his years of coaching and mental health with his experience fathering and now focuses his practice to include fathers-to-be on their journey to parenthood. Together they discuss the isolated feelings men have as new fathers, working with clients to help them become an active participant and equal partner in raising kids together, normalizing the transition to fatherhood, and knowing that there will be progress. For a new dad, this is the most significant thing that's probably happening in your life, where you will, now, be responsible for this human being and help them create a life for themselves. For more information about Rob Feiner and his private practice, please visit: http://www.robfeiner.com For more information about How to Not Hate Your Husband After Kids by Jancee Dunn, please visit: http://janceedunn.net/books/how-not-to-hate-your-husband-after-kids/ For more information about Pacify Me: A Handbook for the Freaked-Out New Dad by Chris Mancini, please visit: https://www.simonandschuster.net/books/Pacify-Me/Chris-Mancini/9781439128879 For more information about Husband on Purpose by Conrod Deas, please visit: https://husbandonpurpose.com For more information about Hold Me Tight by Dr. Sue Johnson, please visit: https://drsuejohnson.com/books/ For more information about the John Gottman interview on The Armchair Expert Podcast, please visit: https://armchairexpertpod.com/pods/john-gottman For more information on John Kim The Angry Therapist, please visit: https://www.theangrytherapist.com For more information about Mike Birbiglia: The New One, please visit: https://www.netflix.com/title/81062293
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/drvalterlongo442 Dr. Valter Longo (IG: @prof_valterlongo) has thirty years of experience in the field of longevity and healthy eating. He is the author of the bestselling book, The Longevity Diet. In 2018, TIME Magazine named Valter as one of the 50 most influential people in health care for his research on fasting-mimicking diets as a way to improve health and prevent disease. In this episode, we discuss: Born & raised in Italy and moving to the US at age 16 Being in the military taught discipline and leadership Transitioning from studying jazz to getting a Ph.D. in biology Fasting and the effects on human health Studying yeast bacteria and starving organisms The chronological lifespan of yeast The fundamental property of cancer cells Shielding healthy cells through fasting The fasting-mimicking diet (FMD) and chemotherapy Hormone therapy and high-dose vitamin C Defining the fasting-mimicking diet Water fasting versus the 5-day fasting-mimicking diet How often should you use the ProLon fasting-mimicking kit? Incorporating fasting into chemotherapy protocols Timing and fasting: why you need to work with a healthcare team When should a doctor practice compassionate use? The benefits of using the FMD for preventive health Valter's thoughts on intermittent fasting The 5 pillars of longevity Insulin growth factor (IGF) decreases as you age Consume foods your grandparents ate Should you eliminate gluten? Research studies about caffeine and Alzheimer's & Parkinson's Cutting out salt, sugar, and starches Supplement recommendations on the longevity diet Exercising 150 minutes a week No exercise during the 5-day FMD Comparing the longevity diet to the Mediterranean diet What is the potential lifespan of a human being? The genetics of aging Revolutionizing the health span of an individual Show sponsors: AquaOmega
This week we are joined by Dr. Matt Smith, Founder EverAthlete. Matt walks us through the importance of strength training for gravel cyclists. Presented by: Competitive Cyclist Join The Ridership Episode Transcription (please excuse the typos): EverAthlete - Dr. Matt [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel rod podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton. This week on the show, we've got Dr. Matt Smith from ever athlete coming to talk to us. About the importance. Once of strength training for cyclists. [00:00:14] Before we jump in, we need to thank this week. Sponsor competitor. cyclist. [00:00:18] Competitive cyclist is the specialty online retailer of road, gravel and mountain bikes, components, apparel, and accessories. [00:00:26] Featuring some of your favorite brands like pock, Castelli, Pearl Izumi on the gravel bike side. They feature frames from evil Niner. Ibis. Really creating a big selection of gravel bikes for your perusal [00:00:41] But the real difference that competitive cyclists are the gearheads equal parts customer service cycling fanatic gear heads are former pro athletes, Olympians and seasoned cyclists. With years of experience. All available by phone, email, or chat for personal. Product recommendations and hard won advice. [00:01:00] Last week you heard me talk about my personal experience. With Maggie. I brought her through an exercise to help me find the. Perfect gravel bike for 2022 and perfect for me not. Perfect for what they had in inventory, or really put her to the fire and asked her a lot of tough questions. About designing a bike that was going to fit the type of writing that I do as an individual. So it's not like I was building, a bike for someone. [00:01:25] In a different part of the country or a different part of the world. She really listened to me. And as I tried to point her to bikes that I thought were flat. Flashy or good-looking. She reminded me that those bikes were all good, but based on what she told me about the riding I was looking to do. She would recommend that I [00:01:42] key in on a couple specific bikes. And to be honest, she was spot on all the bikes that she recommended. I think it was the IBUs haka. To a lesser degree and the pivot we're spot on for the types of. Bikes that i would want to ride here in marin county. [00:01:58] One of the things that might be a concern for any product you're buying online would be returns. Competitive. Cyclists has a. A hundred percent guaranteed returns. So you can shop in confidence, whether it's a component or bike, anything you need competitive. Cyclists, this has your back. So go to competitive cyclists.com. [00:02:16] Slash the gravel ride. And enter promo code the gravel ride to get 15% off your first full price order. And free shipping on orders of over $50. Some. Some exclusions apply to go right now and get 15% off. Plus free shipping. firstname.lastname@example.org slash the gravel ride. And remember that. [00:02:37] Promo code is the gravel ride. We very much appreciate their sponsorship and appreciate that they're sending a discount your way. [00:02:45] Would that business out of the way, let's jump right into my interview with Matt from ever athlete. [00:02:51] Matt. Welcome to the show. [00:02:53] Dr. Matt Smith: Thanks so much for having me. [00:02:55] Craig Dalton: I'm super excited to learn a little bit about, more about your background and about other ever athlete. As I'm about seven weeks into my first program and I'm eager to talk about my experiences, but also look forward to some of the other ride strong programs. So why don't we start off by just setting the stage for the listener a little bit about yourself and then about the. [00:03:17] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So ever athlete is now an online platform. That's dedicated to helping athletes to perform outdoors on trails in the water on bikes. W our goal is essentially to create longevity to that journey and help people improve their performance. I started out I'm a sports chiropractor and a strength coach and started ever athlete as a sports injury care clinic, actually back in 2015. [00:03:46] And since then, through the pandemic and a few other things we have transitioned into doing some in-person one-on-one work, we work with a lot of different athletes and. Different people, but, we've transitioned a lot of our efforts to the online atmosphere. [00:04:03] And I've taken a lot of the lessons that we've learned from working with high level athletes and also amateur athletes and have started creating training programs, recovery tools, and injury rehab programs online. To rewind a little bit, to give you a little bit more background about, how we started, again, we started as an injury care clinics, primarily focused on athletes and quickly. [00:04:27] Transitioned into strength training as well. We work with a variety of people, but our goal is really to meet any athlete, wherever they are on the healthcare spectrum or the health and performance spectrum, whether they're dealing with an injury or looking to make it to the Olympics. [00:04:44] That's been the premise of ever athlete since we began. And that's just been amplified in the last few years. So that's a little bit about us. [00:04:52] Craig Dalton: That's interesting. When you started, obviously what you went through chiropractic college, did you act as a traditional sports focused chiropractic professional originally, and then see that these were all different pieces of the same puzzle you were trying to solve for your clients? [00:05:08] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So before I ever went to, I went to a school called Palmer west for grads. And before I went to Palmer and throughout my time going to Palmer I was working as a strength coach. And so I've worked in strength conditioning for about 15 years. And so when I graduated, I went to work at a pretty cool sports therapy clinic out in Austin, Texas where we were not traditional chiropractic. [00:05:34] So it was. A lot of people think about chiropractic as, if you're going into a chiropractic clinic you're coming in to get adjusted and it's a mill, I've never practiced in that way. I've always been more focused on soft tissue therapy corrective exercise, rehab work in a lot of other modalities. [00:05:53] And so from the beginning of ever athlete, we've always. W we've always worked in a non-traditional sense with people, going through soft tissue work, teaching exercises and then leveraging for the more functional training and exercise now as a preventative and wellness model. And so it's always been a little non-traditional, it's always been athlete focused. [00:06:17] Especially from the beginning phases, but initially it was a little bit more like I think of our company as a company that just solves problems for athletes. And initially we were very focused on solving solving the problems that athletes would have when they're dealing with injuries. [00:06:33] And now we're diving far more into the performance space and also preventing injuries. [00:06:40] Craig Dalton: That's super interesting and resonates with me personally. I know the relationships I've had with the chiropractic community, the ones that have been the strongest have always been the ones that looked at my problem or my challenge holistically and never, just simply as a chiropractor, because honestly, as a athlete, I could care less about whether you call it chiropractic work, what you're doing on me, or it's stretching or strengthening or advice. [00:07:07] I just want to have that session. Get through whatever hurdle I'm going through and learn tools and techniques to prevent me from, arriving at whatever acute injury probably led me through the door in the first [00:07:20] Dr. Matt Smith: place a hundred percent. And I think, to, to your point, I've never cared if anyone called via chiropractor, I've never really, I don't know if I fully identify as any one. [00:07:32] I don't fully identify as a chiropractor. It's certainly a part of what I do and has taught me a lot, but it's like a piece of it. And for me, the chiropractic profession, there are a ton of really great practitioners who do a phenomenal job and focus on educating people and creating self-reliance in patient groups. [00:07:52] And that was really the big thing for me, especially early on when. Transitioning out of this role of having people rely on me constantly. And, especially with our online stuff, creating more affordable avenues for people to get good high performance, health care and performance training has been a huge form of wellness. [00:08:15] Whereas a lot of times, if you're thinking about wellness from a chiropractic sense, it's, going to see your chiropractor once a week for, your entire life. And for me, just from a professional mindset, I've never wanted a hundred percent resonated with, having that be my life's work, I've always, really wanted to educate people more and provide. [00:08:36] More self-reliance through practical resources and that's really what we've evolved into has been fast-tracked due to the pandemic, but but it's been a really interesting, this project, this online platform has been this like second evolution I've ever athlete that have been very stoked. [00:08:54] Yeah, [00:08:54] Craig Dalton: a hundred percent. It's never one single thing. And I think if for the listener, if you've got a relationship with a chiropractor that just feels like they just have to keep coming back in and they're not advising you on how to change your life or how to avoid the situation you're in. And it just becomes this weekly crutch that becomes one expensive and two, in my opinion, just not in your best in. [00:09:16] Dr. Matt Smith: A hundred percent, and a lot of those models are based off of what insurance companies will pay out for, in terms of getting reimbursed as a professional. And I've always worked outside of those lines, from the beginning, we've never been a part of the insurance game. [00:09:32] And so it's been, for me, that's forced me to provide value in a way that is. Far different than trying to fit into that type of model. And that's pushed me forward into saying how do we provide maximum value and self-reliance, and, empowerment for people not on a one-on-one basis. [00:09:53] And yeah, it's been, it's not to downplay Cairo. There's a ton of really great chiropractors out there. There's phenomenal. Hands-on practitioners. And a lot of times, people go through injuries or situations where they need some guidance. But I think the bottom line for me in terms of, what I pride myself on is teaching it's helping people become more resilient on their own. [00:10:17] And that's really been our focus with every athlete from the. [00:10:21] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think I became aware of ever athlete probably first through Kate Courtney on Instagram, going through her exercise routine. And I'm pretty sure it predated any of the kind of ride strong and run strong and try strong programs that you've put out there. [00:10:38] So I know when I started to see those things arrive in this online platform that you guys had been working on throughout the pandemic, I guess it really spoke to me in a different way. To see these programs being very specific to me as a cyclist was just one of those pushes that helped me get off the dime and start. [00:10:58] Can you talk about why strength training is important for cyclists and why it might be important for us to back off a little bit in our riding routine, particularly in the off season, quote unquote and what we should look forward to throughout a strength training? Yeah. [00:11:15] Dr. Matt Smith: I think, the conversation about how strength training can fit in for cyclists can go in a lot of different directions. [00:11:23] I think the, one thing to constantly come back to is the fact that sitting for long hours, Is not like it's pretty new for the human body. This is in terms of our evolution and what we're really designed for. That's not exactly in line, even though it's very fun. It's not exactly attuned to what is most healthy for us movement wise. [00:11:48] And so it's not to say that riding a bike is bad. It's just to say that there's an expense. And one of the ways that you can combat that expanse. And ensure that you can do it for longer and potentially with more effectiveness, more power is to implement some strength training. And the identification that, Hey, riding a bike, being in a flection posture pedaling for long hours, the posture that you have to be in while you're on a bike is not super beneficial for the overall. [00:12:22] Human body. And again, one of the ways that we can bring the body back into balance, bring it back to a healthier state is to implement some strength training techniques. And one of the biggest misconceptions when people start thinking about, Hey, I'm an endurance athlete. I, I don't want to train like a powerlifter and I don't want to train like a bodybuilder. [00:12:44] You know that's, those are barriers that, you certainly don't need to start becoming a powerlifter. If you're going to implement some basic strength principles as a part of your training plan. And you can have a tremendous effect. By just implementing some basic movements, getting some good hip extension, thinking about turning your glutes on and driving your hips all the way forward. [00:13:05] We sit in hip flection constantly on the bike, and that can be pretty detrimental for the low back long-term and the hips long-term. And strength training is a really great way to start. Counteracting some of the repetitive stress that you'll find on the bike and it doesn't take that much, it doesn't take a huge commitment. [00:13:22] It's the simple things that you implement over time that can have a pretty tremendous impact on your overall health, but also your performance on the bike. Yeah, [00:13:32] Craig Dalton: that makes sense. I think most listeners have probably had one of those days where they've just spent so long on the bike. [00:13:38] By the time they got up, it was difficult to stand fully around. Yes. And that's a very acute sign that, that's the way your body feels on every ride, probably to some small degree. And I know for one I need to work at a standing desk because I just don't want to add any more sitting position in my life for the amount of time I'm actually riding. [00:14:01] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. I think that's a super smart move and, . Your comment about, seeing some Kate Courtney's exercises and some of the stuff that she'll put up on, on Instagram, and I've worked with Kate for years now. And I think even with the stuff that she puts out, it's super cool to see what an elite world-class athlete can do. [00:14:24] But I think when it comes to, the audience, who's listening to this podcast and also just like the endurance community over. There's a lot of really high level endurance athletes that are novice strength athletes. They just don't have, they haven't developed the same skill set that they have aerobically when they're in the gym. [00:14:44] And, the bang for your buck that you can get out of like really simple things that don't look cool on Instagram. Bodyweight rose and simple deadlifts or even bridges. I think that, the more exposure that we can give to like how simple it can be for people to implement, very effective tools in their training program. [00:15:03] That's a critical thing because a lot of people think, when they see Kate's stuff or they'll see some of the things that Ali. It's making a little bit more flamboyant than it needs to be. And so a lot of the programs that we put out get to the bare bones of, simple patterns that bring the body back into balance and build a more resilient system overall. [00:15:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah. For the listener, I can attest that in the beginner program, I have not. Balanced on a balance board and brought a dumbbell around my head, like Kate has done in our recent Instagram post. She was just [00:15:36] Dr. Matt Smith: doing that 15 minutes ago in the other room. [00:15:39] Craig Dalton: That it's awesome. And funny because I do have a balanced board, so I like dream of getting there, but time will allow that [00:15:46] Dr. Matt Smith: to happen. [00:15:47] Yeah. And that's a great, I think that's a pretty good segue in terms of. How you parse out your time? Like how can you, everything costs when it comes to training, right? Like it costs time. It costs energy and how to be most effective for a lot of people doing some like simple stuff, not getting too overwhelmed with balance board stuff or anything like that. [00:16:10] Stuff is very effective and can be very fun. But starting with the foundational principles of just good healthy positions and movement can be. Equally, if not more beneficial and as much more accessible. So [00:16:23] Craig Dalton: for sure. And I know when I reached out to your team originally, and I came in the front door as any other customer would, and it just said, here's the deal. [00:16:31] I, I'm a lifelong cyclist and may have done some strength training. Many years ago, but essentially I'm a beginner in this, where should I start? And the recommendation was this eight week beginner strength program, which I'm seven weeks into at this point of the recording. And it's been good. [00:16:48] We started at a very basic level, half an hour long workouts, maybe at this point, they're about 45 minutes long, but they add up and you're not asking. You've never asked me to do any massive weightlifting or anything like that. It's just been about getting these basic motions down and introducing these concepts to my body, which it's been paced out in a great way. [00:17:13] For me. I've never felt overly sore from an exercise or anything like that. It felt very appropriate and I feel a lot more confident reaching the end of this program about what's next than I did when I first start. [00:17:25] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And that's the whole premise. It's one of the most challenging things. And I really commend you for being such an inexperienced athlete and also saying, Hey, this is a new skill set or one that I haven't visited for a long time. [00:17:42] Let me start with victories. Let's build up some victories in the bank and give myself some things that are fairly simple to do. And I'm just going to continue to hammer them out and take bite. A bite sized approach to the whole thing is really the premise behind the beginners program. It's that the program is designed to be very simple and progress over time. [00:18:06] And. And what that allows you to do is to reintegrate some of the software programs in your body and your brain that it takes to squat well, or to activate your glutes or to hold a side bridge position or whatever else. The things that you lose from not doing. And especially if you've been riding a lot for many years and have not done any strength work, that's where you get the most bang for your buck. [00:18:34] It's like integrating these simple patterns in bite ways, and then you can make it more complex and add volume and add more load over time. But that's really the premise behind the beginners programs like to be ultimately accessing. And then lead in to some of the other ride strong programs that we have that give a little bit more specific to positions that you'll find on the bike and get you a little bit more, we'll we add in little, different tempos to exercises, more load increase the stability demands and, we add difficulty in a variety of ways, but starting out with foundational movement where you're just learning good patterns. [00:19:12] And practicing those things so that you can load them more effectively later without getting injured is really what our goal was when developing that, that [00:19:21] Craig Dalton: program. Yeah. That's certainly been one of my focuses is to really look at the instruction and make sure my body to the best of my ability. Is it a hearing to the correct shape and. [00:19:33] 'cause I know, like anytime we're adding dumbbells in that if I have poor form, if I'm curling my back, if I'm not getting the squat in the right position, that's not going to serve me well, as real weight starts to be added into the equation. Yep. [00:19:48] Dr. Matt Smith: And one of the biggest misconceptions, I think that's out there right now is like, there's this like global agreement that strength training is good for endurance health. [00:20:01] But poor staff, poorly executed strain training could be the absolute worst thing for an endurance athlete. And, you get a lot more out of performing a good unloaded squat or lunge or hinge without heavy loads. If you just do the pattern well, you get just as much, if not more out of that than using really heavy load. [00:20:26] And having poor form or potentially hitting, faltering in your movement pattern in a way that could injure you. And coming back to Hey, what's the point of all this, the point of all this is to reintegrate healthy patterns for the body and bring it back to balance and then start to add some load to build strength and power is really where we come from. [00:20:47] Craig Dalton: So as a cyclist, one of the things I noted in this beginner strength program, which I think of your programs, that this is obviously more generic to just get me started, but there is a fair amount of upper body work that goes on. And as a weak upper body cyclist, that was, that's probably one of the bigger transitions. [00:21:06] Can you talk about why we're working kind of the upper body and arms as well as the legs and these moves. [00:21:11] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah, in that specific program. So in the beginner strength program, the goal of the program is really just to develop not only strength, but just overall athletics. And a robust system. And so in that program specifically, it's really teaching you different patterns with the upper body so that you get a little bit more balanced. [00:21:32] And I think when it comes to, our ride strong programs and some of the upper body work that we do more specific to the bike, that stuff is critical. For a couple of different reasons, it's critical in the same way that like building up foot strength is very important for running. In the sense that that's your, it's like one of your primary contact points on the bike. [00:21:53] And if you don't control well with your provider, if you don't have strength, endurance, grip, strength and solid control of your upper body, especially in gravel riding with the. Amount of time that you're on the bike, you can start running into not only acute situations where you crash or, you just lose control of your bike. [00:22:14] But also longterm, you can just start running into poor posture on the bike, which leads to all kinds of issues, not only in the upper body, but also sometimes in the lower back in the neck. And building up a certain degree not again, not we're not doing like bicep curls and heavy bench press with our programs. [00:22:33] It's more like integrating pushups, grip strength from hanging. Pull-ups all these different things that can be very beneficial just in terms of like control, just in terms of like confidence and control on the bike and maintaining healthy posture with your. [00:22:50] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that resonates with me. It might be a good time to take a moment and just talk about the type of equipment that is necessary to follow these programs. [00:22:59] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So we have a variety of programs up on the site, including no equipment programs. So we have we have a body weight strength program that's eight weeks long, and if you're looking for kind of a generic program to follow that will build up, lower body, upper body core strength. [00:23:17] That's a great one. If you've got nothing available, we also have kettlebell programs that just require one kettlebell that are also generic, very similar to the beginner strength program. But build up overall athleticism when it comes to our ride strong program. There's a pretty good amount of equipment that you need. [00:23:35] But any, Jim will have these things and then if you wanna, if you want to get pretty robust at home, you can a few of the things that we have in our programs, I'm actually looking up our equipment list right now, but we have everything. Many bands. So there's a little bands that you see people wrap around their legs and do like sidesteps or squats with long bands with handles are one piece of equipment that we use quite often that can wrap around a door handle, or a pole or a pull up bar. [00:24:06] We use barbells in our new restaurant. So we're currently putting out a 20 week ride strong program. It's like a slow release right now. But we do have a strength cycle in there with barbells. So barbells bumper plates, all that we use dumbbells, we use benches for box jumps and then for a few other exercises. [00:24:30] And I'm trying to think here, [00:24:32] Craig Dalton: what else do we use? Yeah, I've I was lucky in that I already owned a TRX that was gathering dust and TRX that's right. Yeah. And the TRX was useful in that there were some modifications. So if you didn't have a pull-up bar, which I don't currently have a plan on getting you could do a TRX derivative of that. [00:24:52] And I, the, just FYI for the listener those stretch bands, I think for $29, I got a set of the long ones and the short ones that pretty much cover all my needs. And then I ended up just recently finding a deal on a barbell set. So ended up getting barbells thinking, I'm going to want it for this next stage, but you can take these things in incrementally and that's what I've been doing. [00:25:15] Just acquiring them when I have the finances to do. [00:25:18] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And just to be clear. So last year we put out six months of rod strong program. Actually more than six months, we put out a full off season of red, strong programming that required no barbell. So it was all dumbbell work, all bands, a suspension trainer, and we have all of our. [00:25:39] The one thing that I didn't mention so far was a Swiss ball. We do Swiss balls, particularly in the registrar program. Good. Because I [00:25:46] Craig Dalton: Got one of those and didn't see it in the beginner strength program. So I was hoping I would see it in the future. [00:25:51] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah, you will see it. If you follow the 20, which I do recommend falling that the 20 week ride strong program that we have coming out. [00:25:58] Now, if you follow that, you'll see that in core routine. Like we like to play around particularly in like kneeling positions on the ball, using it for hamstring curls and a lot of different drills. Yeah, [00:26:12] Craig Dalton: right on. That's actually a good segue into my question. So I've, I've, I'm fortunate that I got the bug early and I'm finishing my eight weeks sort of the beginning of December. [00:26:22] What would you recommend? I move on to it. It sounds like it's that 20 week program. And if so, could describe the journey that you've created? [00:26:31] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And so to be clear, like what I recommend to you now, And really like the conversation should revolve around a goal. So everything that we every th the premise behind everything that we're putting out is to help people set goals and create a path from a to B and so create, do you have any races coming up in the. [00:26:54] Craig Dalton: I'm sure I will. And here's my challenge in my coachability is it's difficult for me as a family guy to plan out my race calendar. And it's often driven by balancing my desire with family obligations and, ability to travel. But so I typically end up at. Two to four gravel events, big gravel events a year, and then a smattering of local ones that I can drive to. [00:27:19] Typically they're not going to start until, March or April, I would say. [00:27:25] Dr. Matt Smith: Okay. Yeah. Yeah. And that's that's pretty common. So if you're finishing up this beginner's program, I was looking at a calendar here and you're in the first week of December, you've got a bow. 12 to 16 weeks until you're actually racing. [00:27:43] And, you can jump into our 20 week program. I'll send you a note about this offline, but. I do recommend like our 20 week program that we're currently putting out is based on a lot of the work that we've done with pro riders and essentially have taken those concepts and made them more available to amateur and lower level competitive writers. [00:28:05] And. We start out with a six week stability phase. That's broken up into three parts. So three, two week phases, and then we go into an eight week strength cycle. That's broken up into two different four week strength blocks. And then we finished with a six week power and power endurance cycle. [00:28:27] And so the way that we've created the program, Is to allow for flexibility. So say you have 20 weeks from an event or versus having 12 weeks from an event, we can clip things out and give you a custom program to have you peaking for your event. Just based on the programs that we currently have out, and we have a few other programs outside of the 20 week program that we're currently releasing. [00:28:54] We have a five week strength and power blend. We have a six week strength and power blend and we have a 12 week progressive strength program. So there's a lot of different things that we can pull from. To basically figure out what's right for you. And this is a lot of what we're doing with people right now. [00:29:08] It's we're doing calls with people pretty often. And we include this in our membership where you can set up, you can shoot us an email and say, Hey, here's what I have going on here. My goals, do you have any suggestions for my path? And this is a lot of what we're doing day to day is trying to answer these questions for people. [00:29:24] So for you, I would recommend, jumping right in, hop right into. Our stability phase one, for this new ride strong program it'll pick up in a similar way with where you left off from the beginner strengths. And, it's in the front half of this thing it's pretty low volume. [00:29:43] It's the same concept of working on patterns. Some of the patterns in the stability phase are a little bit more specific to the bikes. You'll get that feeling a little bit more. And then the volume starts to pick up as we start getting into the later phases of the stability program and then furthermore, into the strength phase. [00:30:01] Craig Dalton: For those who are unaccustomed to strength training in their winter of their cycling season is the conflict that if you're if I'm in a power lifting phase of this program, come March and I want to go out and race. I'm just going to be too fatigued and played out to pre. [00:30:18] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So the way that our program works is it peaks in volume during the strength phase, because usually during that phase, like we're really timing it with a like a seasonal schedule for say, cross country, mountain biking. [00:30:34] There's a time when the writing volume is low enough to where we have an opportunity to build up in the gym and we can do a little bit more volume and can boost that there becomes a secondary time in the spring, or like the early, like late winter. We'll say where that's not the case. [00:30:53] The writing volume kicks up at. We're in full preparation mode for race season to start. And that's when the gym starts to take a back seat a little bit more and our volume needs to go down. And that's really what we do in our power, endurance phase. And we do recommend being conscious of volume. [00:31:10] Particularly if you are doing, if you're a cyclist who's competitive and you're doing a lot of time on the bike, many hours per week. Then you need to be careful with, overwhelming your system through just too much strength work. That's a huge piece of all this. And pretty much all of the, this 20 week program that we're putting out currently is very careful about volume. [00:31:33] In reference to Hey, what should I do leading up to a race. If I'm not following the direct timeline that we've written out, you can parse different things. I would take out part of the strength cycle and Mo I would like skip strength B, which is the second four weeks, and then move into the power. [00:31:49] And during. Psych part of things leading up to your race. [00:31:52] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. And one of the fears maybe from the listener and certainly in my mind is, okay. I commit to this program. And I think in these, in the strength phase, a it might even be three workouts a week, trying to figure out how to squeeze that in with riding and riding for pleasure. [00:32:10] I think for a lot of my listeners writing as an outlet, that is, is not. Necessarily about the competitive nature of it. It's like what we crave every week to get out there and get in the wilderness. Can you just talk about, R D would you advocate lifting and riding in the same day? Is there a certain number of rides per week that you think about that athletes would typically have in their program? [00:32:35] In addition to these, the strength training routine? [00:32:39] Dr. Matt Smith: It really depends. This is a pretty subjective. Topic, because different writers who are doing, there'll be writers who are doing high volume on the bike, but really this is like the first time that they've done any strength training. [00:32:55] Versus there are writers who are not doing as much volume on the bike who are very familiar with strength training and have that cash in the bank. And so their response to strength volumes can be. And the way that I typically like the way that we've structured this whole program is to be two days of strength. [00:33:13] And then you have, and these days are like 30 to 45 minutes in the starting phases. And then they kick up to about 45 minutes. And then we have a third session each week, which is a 20 minute core routine. And you can repeat that throughout the week whenever you'd like, so you can do it once a week. [00:33:30] You can do it twice a week. And so you can stack things to whatever makes sense for you. And part of the reason that we did that is we want to have a fairly flexible plan for people because it is, there's just such a variety of. Have, not only people's schedules, but also how they respond to training what their life off the bike looks like. [00:33:50] Nothing is going to be perfect. And so in terms of, what would be ideal, usually we'll stack strength days on very light low intensity riding day. Is historically what I've done and, I've had other writers that try and do strength and an intense ride on the same day. [00:34:11] But if you're just a recreational rider, who's doing it for the enjoyment which, everyone should be doing it for the enjoyment, but I would recommend maximize your enjoyment on the bike. Don't let any part of your training program steal that from you. Consider your strength work as like you're contributing to the longevity of you enjoying your time on the bike and don't have your strength work, be so intense that it starts pulling away from that. [00:34:39] So think of it as a long-term plan, we don't hit home runs with this program is all singles and doubles. And you really if you're starting strength work as a masters cyclist this year, consider it like a 20 year. And don't try and change everything in your first year of doing that. Dip your toes in the water. [00:34:57] Just add maybe one to two days of strength, per week. And just see, I would say two days is probably the. The like optimal range, particularly for someone who's riding quite a bit add that in and do it in a way that doesn't completely disrupt your writing schedule. Particularly if you're like very comfortable with, a fairly strict writing schedule and you know exactly how you're going to respond to that. [00:35:21] Just add a little dose of strength. Don't try and go ham on the. Yeah, that [00:35:27] Craig Dalton: makes a ton of sense. It's been interesting for me personally, as this eight week period, it just happens to be a period where for whatever reason, I just haven't had a lot of opportunity to ride. So it's been, I don't feel like I've got that. [00:35:41] Balance yet. So as I enter this next phase and feel a little bit more compelled to get in quote, unquote, riding shape, I want to get out there more. So I'll have to circle back with the listener and inform them how I'm doing on finding that balance between the strength training and the riding I love to do for pleasure. [00:35:58] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And I think that you're certainly not alone in that it's a. It can be fairly tricky, especially if you haven't done strength work for a long time, or you've never done it. It's this new habit that you it's no one can address it the same way. No one can implement it the same way. [00:36:20] And so figuring out. What works best for you and playing around with, scheduling and, allowing yourself a little bit of flexibility on the front end to see how you respond to strength, work and see how you feel on big rads after that, taking the time to really observe and see what works for you. [00:36:38] Not necessarily everyone else is a critical piece to making sure that, strength and recovery work stays a part of your game plan for a long. [00:36:47] Craig Dalton: Yeah, right on. That makes a ton of sense. And I think for the listener, check out the ever athlete website, I'll link to it in the show notes. [00:36:54] There's, as Matt's described, there's a lot of programs there that the subscription is quite affordable. From what I've seen out there, I was really pleased and I didn't get hit by some massive dollar number. So kudos to you and hope you get the volume you need. Cause I know the production values high and the effort you guys have put into designing these programs is quite substantial. [00:37:14] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah, no, we. Our whole goal with it is to make the lessons that we've learned with different athletes and also working from an injury care perspective. Making those lessons accessible to people is that's the. That is the thing. That's the legacy that I would want to leave behind, for my career. [00:37:37] And so in terms of the dollar, the pricing of our platform will not go up from what it is. It'll probably go down at some point, but. Our goal is to make stuff accessible, particularly for people that we love hanging out with, which includes gravel cyclist, mountain bikers, road, cyclists, like we love supporting people's active lifestyle. [00:37:56] And in terms of covering our costs and all that, like w we're doing great and more than anything, it's been a really interesting project. And, we're excited to keep. Yeah. [00:38:08] Craig Dalton: Thanks so much for all the time and insight matter, really enjoyed the conversation, hopefully for the listener, it wasn't too much of a Greg's journey to strength training. [00:38:16] I feel like I got a lot out of it, but hopefully it's translated to everybody listening and you can find your own journey. [00:38:23] Dr. Matt Smith: Oh yeah. Hey, thanks so much for having me on Craig. This is spot cheers [00:38:27] Craig Dalton: Huge. Thanks for Matt for joining us this week, I learned a ton on my personal journey to strength training. I actually just knocked out another exercise before recording this outro. So I'm finishing week eight and feeling good about my journey and continuing on through the winter and hopefully hitting 20, 22 much stronger as a person and as a gravel cyclist. [00:38:50] Another huge, thanks to competitive cyclist or appreciate their support of the podcast. Remember, visit competitive cyclists.com/the gravel ride and enter the promo code, the gravel ride for 15% off your order. [00:39:05] Finally, if you've got any feedback for the show or would like to connect with other gravel cyclists around the world. I invite you to join the ridership. Simply visit www.theridership.com to join our free community and communicate with thousands of other cyclists around the world. Until next time. [00:39:25] Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels. [00:39:29]
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Transitioning to full-time blogging, leaning into your strengths, and following your own path as an entrepreneur with Bjork Ostrom. ----- Welcome to episode 332 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we're sharing Bjork's episode from the Eat, Capture, Share podcast with Kimberly Espinel. Featured Podcast In today's episode, we're switching things up because it's actually Bjork in the interview seat! We're really excited to be featuring an episode of the Eat, Capture, Share Podcast. Kimberly recently interviewed Bjork about his journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur and online business owner. You'll hear what the first streams of revenue were for Pinch of Yum, Bjork's advice for those wanting to make a living through food blogging, and why he believes in the idea of 1% infinity. It's a really inspiring conversation, and we know you'll enjoy hearing more about Bjork's story. We hope you enjoy this featured podcast episode! In this episode, you'll learn: The quick story behind Pinch of Yum, Food Blogger Pro, WP Tasty, Nutrifox, Clariti, and TinyBit How Bjork and Lindsay leaned into their strengths when building Pinch of Yum What the first streams of revenue were for Pinch of Yum His advice for how to transition to making a living through food blogging Why he launched the Food Blogger Pro Podcast His top tips to quickly monetize doing what you love The biggest mistakes that he sees creators making when trying to grow their businesses Resources: Eat, Capture, Share Podcast Pinch of Yum WP Tasty Nutrifox Clariti TinyBit Crush It!: Why Now Is the Time to Cash in on Your Passion Pinch of Yum Income and Traffic Reports 324: Building Strong Partnerships – How Bob's Red Mill Works with Content Creators on Sponsored Content MicroAcquire FE International Quiet Light Brokerage 032: Buying & Selling Websites with Mark Daoust from Quiet Light Flippa Eat, Capture, Share Episode #67: Your Pathway to Success 322: Going All In – How Sarah Cook Went From 17k to 600k Monthly Pageviews Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to email@example.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership
Angie Colee is our guest for the 266th episode of The Copywriter Club podcast. Angie is a copywriter and copy chief turned business and confidence coach who took a while to find her way into the copywriting role she is the best fit for. No matter where you are in your copywriting journey, you'll leave with notes filled front and back. Here's what we talk about: How Angie went from working for the Oprah Winfrey network to underpaid copywriter. Do you have to have a degree to become a copywriter? Feeling stuck with projects and clients but using every project as a learning opportunity. How learning on the fly can make you a better writer. The power to walk away from toxic work environments and open the door to new opportunities. The different levels of copywriting. Where might you fit in? Shifting into a lead role and managing other copywriters. The difference between a full-time corporate copywriter and per project roles. Finding a team that respects your value, time, and expertise. How to deal with comparisonitis and feelings of not being where you think you should be. Why it's a good idea to take on challenges before you think you're ready. The importance of swallowing your pride as a writer and receiving criticism. Tips on being a better copy chief. How to look at what you can bring to big, successful businesses as a small business owner. Hint: Don't assume you have nothing to bring to the table. Why you shouldn't be intimidated by launching. Steps you can take to create stronger launch campaigns without exhausting yourself. How you can help others in copywriting communities even if you're not an expert. The switch Angie made from copywriter to coach. Time management between clients, students, and your own business. How to get over writer's block when the muse isn't striking. The mindset blocks many face when they're trying something new in their business. Hit the play button or check out the transcript below. The people and stuff we mentioned on the show: Kira's website Rob's website The Copywriter Club Facebook Group The Copywriter Underground Angie's website The Well-Fed Writer by Peter Bowerman Mindset by Carol Dweck Episode 208 Full Transcript: Rob: Becoming a great copywriter doesn't happen overnight. In fact, most of us have stumbled around a bit to get where we are. I spent time at a web startup and running my own SaaS business while Kira learned how to sell and clean cars at Enterprise Rental Service, she picked you up. So stumbling around a variety of jobs to find your way into copywriting is pretty common. But the good news? Through the missteps and the struggles, most of us finally arrive at something resembling a successful copywriting career, and our guest for this episode of The Copywriter Club Podcast is Angie Colee. Angie is a copywriter and a copy chief turned business and confidence coach who took a while to find her way into the copywriting role that she's the best fit for, and the advice that she shared in our interview is fantastic. We think you're definitely going to want to stick around to hear what she had to share. Kira: But before we dive into this episode, TCCIRL is the sponsor of this episode. TCCIRL, our big event, our big annual event, is going back to in-person stage in 2022 and we couldn't be more excited. It's a two and a half day event where you get to connect and hear from other copywriters and marketers about the best tools and strategies you can use to grow your copywriting business and to enhance your own skills and mindset, and one of the best parts is connecting in real life with other copywriters that maybe you've bumped into online and you finally can connect in-person over lunch, over dinner, over coffee, over drinks. Tickets are limited and this is not like a faux scarcity thing. We actually have a venue that can only hold a certain amount of people so if you do want to attend this...
Nobody gets firmware right the first time. It's a hard truth in the IoT space. Many developers of smart products trip up at this step in their journey. It's not just the initial development that's difficult either. As the product evolves, you need to constantly improve the experience—without breaking things in the process. Alan Vardon, Director - Smart Home Division at Globe Electric, is well-versed in the trials and tribulations of firmware development, and he's learned a few lessons along the way. In this episode, we discuss: Transitioning an established company to the smart home space The importance of initial and continuous testing with firmware The challenges of working with firmware Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
As the Greek philosopher Heraclitus so succinctly put it - "Change alone is unchanging". Well, truth be told, he didn't speak a word of English but you get the idea. Nocturnal Transmissions is proud to present Taylor Mittelsteadt's transfixing tale - 'TRANSITION / TRANSFORMATION' ———— NOCTURNAL TRANSMISSIONS is a fortnightly podcast featuring inspired performances of short horror stories, both old and new, by voice artist Kristin Holland. https://www.nocturnaltransmissions.com.au You can support us (and access lots of exclusive content) by becoming a patron at Patreon.com: https://www.patreon.com/nocturnaltransmissions
John Jewett is an IFBB heavyweight Pro with a masters of science in nutrition & is a registered dietician. We talk about his competition season, lessons he learned, personal accomplishments and how to approach the offseason. Timestamps: (00:00) Intro (01:30) Transitioning into an offseason (06:00) How was sleep during prep (09:12) Irritability (12:31) Bowel functioning and digestion (14:22) Fibre intake (19:05) Enjoying certain foods too much (21:44) Less or more meals & solid vs. liquid calories (26:26) Supplements and health in bodybuilding (32:21) Lessons learned from a successful bodybuilding season. (42:40) Fullness and peak week approach (53:48) How to assess your physique during peak week (01:00:10) Sodium/Water/fat manipulation https://www.j3sportsrd.com/ https://www.instagram.com/johnjewett3/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxk9ZZwr29wraxXt5kGNXnA Thanks, please comment, like and subscribe! COACHING: https://revivestronger.com/online-coaching/ MEMBERSITE: https://revivestronger.com/team-revive-stronger/ WEBSITE: https://www.revivestronger.com MINI CUT MOVEMENT: https://revivestronger.com/mini-cut-movement/ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/revivestronger INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/revivestronger NEWSLETTER: https://bit.ly/2rRONG5 YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEKbmN8wAj4 __________________________________________________________________ If you want to support us via a donation, that's highly appreciated! Patreon • https://www.patreon.com/revivestronger Don't like Patreon, go to Paypal! • https://bit.ly/2XZloJ4 __________________________________________________________________ Our Ebooks! Ultimate Guide To Contest Prep Ebook: • https://revivestronger.com/product/the-ultimate-guide-to-contest-prep/ Primer Phase Ebook: • https://revivestronger.com/product/the-primer-phase/ __________________________________________________________________ Stay up to date with the latest research and educate yourself! MASS (Research Review): • https://goo.gl/c7FSJD RP+ Membership: • https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/ JPS Mentorship • https://jpseducation.mykajabi.com/a/13324/esJ8AZwy __________________________________________________________________ Books we recommend! Muscle & Strength Pyramids • https://goo.gl/S8s6tG RP Books • http://bit.ly/2vREaH0 RP + Members site • https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/ For more • http://revivestronger.com/library/ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ When you're interested in online coaching, please go visit our website and follow the application form: https://www.revivestronger.com/online-coaching/
Today's show is all about race engineering. Here is an interview with race engineer Rik Kasius of Van Amsersfoort racing. He shares with us the main principles of being an engineer and I ask him some of your questions.The main topics in this video are:5:13 Does a race driver need to know about engineering?10:31 An engineer's personal performance18:24 How Rik prepares for a race event19:42 Oliver Bearman Skills24:00 How to become an engineer27:09 What engineering books are good to read28:50 Transitioning from karts to cars37:20 Drivers giving feedbackEnjoyEnzo❤ WE ARE A COMMUNITY ❤The TRDC community is tight. Your comments, likes, shares, questions and subscriptions keep this channel alive and I just want to thank you for being a part of this and for keeping this going.Join THE RACE STRIVERS CLUB here - https://theracedrivercoach.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=18c5b9f7fca390f398a5bb195&id=260fb14249♛ ENZO MUCCI BOOKS ♛If you want to read my books or listen to the Audiobooks then you can see them here:The Warrior's Mind - https://amzn.to/3tKt0yfGet The Drive - https://amzn.to/3lrtmGUGTD Audiobook - https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Get-the-Drive-Audiobook/B0862BTJX3? WHAT'S YOUR QUESTION ?To request a show topic, please leave your question/concern in the comments section for this videoツ CONNECT ツEnzo Mucci's Race Driver Coach Show is a driver coaching resource for those who want to succeed. You can get more from me here:Website - http://www.theracedrivercoach.com/Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2WRyHth iTunes - https://apple.co/2KqCR9v Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/enzomucci Podomatic - https://coachenzomucci.podomatic.com/ Youtube - https://bit.ly/2XZuHIm Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/enzomucci_ Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/theracedrivercoach/ TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSH6MgF4/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/enzomucci?lang=en --------------------------------------------------------Copyright Info:Music used in intro/outro was composed by Mykola Odnorog (ikoliks) and purchase through POND5.We ensure that all images and video used are all for educational purposes so fall within the Fair Use policy. Thank you to all contributors.#racedriver #mindset #motorsport #enzomucci #drivercoach #motivation #racing #driver #coaching #trdcshow #sponsorship #engineering #raceengineer #carsetup #vanamersfoort #rikkasius
Episode: 00082 Release Date: November 22, 2021 Description: Human psychology, especially those of criminals, have been a topic of interest for many law enforcement / criminal justice majors; it is an ongoing study to understand why people commit and continue to commit crimes. In this episode, Dr. Shawna Gibson highlights her experience with the graduate forensic psychology program at John Jay College in New York and doctoral criminology program with the Università di Trento in Italy along with how she ultimately became a crime analyst. Shawna's previous experience as a therapist and extensive research in white-collar crimes, information security, cybercrimes, and transatlantic cooperation brought a diverse and unique perspective to the Washington State Fusion Center as well the Bellevue Police Department. Shawna's badge stories involve investigating burglary rings, including cooperating and networking with multiple entities and testifying as an expert witness. Shawna is currently a crime analyst for the Bellevue (WA) Police Department. Name Drops: Cynthia Konecny (00:25:20), Craig Werre/Kristina Shull (00:43:42), Frank Hennelly (00:45:07), Brian Salsig (00:51:41), Christopher Bruce (00:54:48), Public Service Announcements: John Ng Jamie Roush (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-jamie-roush-the-aha-moment-analyst/) Related Links: https://www.jonathankellerman.com/books/ https://www.transcrime.it/en/international-ph-d-in-criminology/ https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/master-arts-forensic-psychology Association(s) Mentioned: Vendor(s) Mentioned: Geotime Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shawna-g-32034b4/ Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong Podcast Researcher: Theme Song: Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble. Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com. Logo: Designed by Kyle McMullen. Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners. Podcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/B9HQE0TwuVs 00:00:31 – Introducing Shawna 00:01:18 – Long Road to LEA 00:15:33 – Country Girl in New York City 00:17:28 – Counseling Domestic Violence Offenders 00:21:06 – Fusion Center Analyst 00:27:23 – Analyst Badge Story: Robbery 00:34:52 – Break: John Ng & Jamie Roush 00:35:42 – Analyst Role in Fusion Centers 00:42:37 – Transitioning to Bellevue 00:47:32 – Analyst Badge Story: Burglary Ring 00:51:28 – A Typical Week 00:55:05 – Testifying 01:02:39 – Assembling an Analyst Team 01:06:04 – Personal Interests: Jeopardy & Wheel of Fortune 01:12:25 – Words to the World
Nick and Tyler talk with Ryan, who is originally from North Dakota and now resides in Iowa. Ryan has ran a Boykin Spaniel, Paco, for the previous 4 hunting seasons and prior to this season he brought home an Irish Setter, Fitz! Hunting the cattail sloughs in North Dakota, Ryan has really enjoyed hunting with Paco, but SInce moving to Iowa where the hunting is much different, and from the help of his wife, Ryan chose to go with Fitz, who is already off to a good career as a hunting companion. Ryan shares a couple amazing stories from the field. Also learn what Ryan's plans are with Fitz and what his goal is with Paco - Here is a hint, he already has 44 down! Check out our sponsors: Tetra Hearing - Use code "FlushEm2021" to save 10% - https://tetrahearing.com/FlushEm Gun Dog Outdoors - gundogoutdoors.com use code "Ringnecks" to save 10% Dakota283 - dakota283.com use code "RNR10" to save 10% Cornerstone Gundog Academy - Save $50 - https://www.cornerstonegundogacademy.com/a/39346/oQ3aXZZf
Welcome to episode 89 of the FTX podcast with special guest Michelle Bailhe and your host Tristan Yver!Michelle is a partner at Sequoia Capital. Michelle was previously employed at Google; focusing on technology development alongside designers, engineers and filmmakers to bring products to fruition as fast as possible. Transitioning to investment scouting - Michelle now works alongside founders, focused on team growth across the gaming, fintech and software sectors.
#194 – Anthony Mendez & Bryan Gorrita are back with the Money Vault Friday. In this new episode, our hosts discuss if college tuition is really worth it and how homeowners took advantage of the pandemic to refinance their homes. Later, they talk about how Facebook is transitioning into the Metaverse!
Exit Strategist and Author of The Exit Strategy Playbook - The Definitive Guide to Selling Your Business. Adam has bought, sold, and financed around one hundred companies in twenty years - giving reason enough to begin reverse engineering from Day 1. Adam shares The How-to behind to assembling a team of expert advisors to prepare your business for sale. He walks us step by step through a typical investment-banker-led midmarket sale process from start to finish. Leave Some Feedback: Who should we have on the show next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: TheHowtoEntrepreneur.com Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Today's Sponsors: JavaPresse Coffee Company - #1 Rated Coffee Grinder on Amazon (Free Grinder in Link) SANESolution - Harvard Medical endorsed body & mind health framework American Dream U - Transitioning veteran professionals
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Everyone's got a story to tell and for all the troll-y haterade the internet offers us, the democratizing megaphone is in safe hands here. Phoebe J. Rose holds such a microphone for trans folx of all stripes as they document and declare their own history to a world short on trans stories. Join P*ck and Nate as they explore their own stories and the power of sharing and caring for ourselves and our community. Trans story time with Phoebe Rose, your calls and questions and what's turning us on this week on tonight's SecX!
Georgene Rice speaks with Barronelle Stutzman, a flower shop owner, and Kristen Waggoner, of ADF, who was taken to court for declining to service a same-sex wedding. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A veteran of the Marine Corps and a former law enforcement officer, Chris transitioned into the real estate industry to provide a strategic approach to the process of buying and selling homes. In spite of the transition being difficult, outsourcing his weaknesses and focusing on his strengths have allowed him to grow his business and succeed. In today's episode of the Expert(ish) Podcast, Jay talks with Chris about his journey to becoming an entrepreneur. As well as sharing some of his secrets for being successful in real estate, Chris will also speak about his biggest mistake and how he learned from it. Chris Dorward is the President & CEO of the Chris Dorward Real Estate Team. His expertise includes working both as a seller's and buyer's agent. The experience that he gained at Keller Williams has enabled him to provide a superior level of service to his clients. Enjoy! If you are looking for an inexpensive and super convenient healthcare option, check out SkillMil Telehealth Services. It's a program that works well as a supplement to VA health care. Simply click on telehealth services on their website, fill out the basic info, and use the referral code Expert(ish) Podcast in the dropdown menu to get started. In This Episode2:28 - Chris' life after getting out of the military 4:58 - How Chris started his career in real estate 9:27 - His secret to having a successful real property business 16:45 - The biggest mistake Chris ever made in his business 24:42 - The main reason for Chris' decision to enter the real estate industry 34:11 - His advice on how to get started in any business 40:57 - One of the greatest successes in Chris' life Favorite Quotes"That military mindset of failure is not an option was very powerful with where I sit today. Sometimes the hardest part is getting beyond your own mental mind block of what you could be good at. And you just get on try it and do it." - Chris Dorward "I lost about a hundred thousand dollars in gross commission income just by letting stuff fall through the cracks. So leveraging out to your weaknesses is definitely the best part." - Chris Dorward "Focus on what you're best at and then hire on your weaknesses. Don't be afraid to make changes. If something's not working or you'd like to see a difference, you've got to do something. You got to dig in there and make the change." - Chris Dorward "Where you are today, you're there because you made decisions. Whether good or bad, it's in your hands. So, if you don't like where you're at, change it. If you do like where you're at, keep it going. Make it bigger." - Chris Dorward "The key to success and happiness is not feeling you're at work when you're at work. If you find something that you really enjoy doing, you're not at work, you're having fun. Being out and talking to different people every day and making them smile now and then, it's fun." - Chris Dorward Engage with Chris DorwardLinkedInFacebookWebsite: Chris Dorward Real Estate Team Connect with Expert(ish) Podcast Host JAY JOHNSONCall (858) 925- 4536WebsiteLinkedInFacebookInstagram Listen to more episodes of the Expert(ish) PodcastiTunesSpotify
What do you want to get out of life? In many ways, this is a podcast to inspire you to go after what you really want, and let triathlon HELP that process. This is the end of a tough two years and the struggle has been real for many. We've “learned” to take the safe way out and not explore life. Today, we talk about getting out there, trying things you're afraid of, and how to reinvigorate your spirit. We both feel like this can be a time for optimism if we keep our minds right. *** CHECK OUT THE C26 CLUB PROGRAM FOR 2022! Topics: Is Thanksgiving #1? Though Sledding during the holidays This is the end of TWO years for some Resiliency IF the shoe doesn't fit, you must not quit We can't escape these days Obsessed with the Triathlon Identity Listen to your body What do you want to get out of life? Is it worth the “risk?” Probably Do we subconsciously try to trash ourselves? Doing things that are out of our norm How to look for growth The calculated and careful trap Reinvigorating your spirit Harder and harder to get out of comfort zone Putting things we really want on the back burner Making yourself a priority How to get moving when it's tough Transitioning into workouts when you don't want to Go off script Losing perspective on life --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga. C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store A great way to support the podcast! Looking for an awesome coach? Former Professional triathlete, Jessica Jacobs is now coaching for C26 Triathlon. Check out her bio and contact information at our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - email@example.com Robbie Bruce - firstname.lastname@example.org
When we first started jumping into digital planning and maximizing our productivity through the use of technology, it was not easy. In fact, we had to build new habits, learn the technology, and there were moments when we wanted to quit and go back to what we always had done. The thing is, it is easy to quit something that we find challenging. It is easy to stick to what we have always done, but be honest with yourself, will it make you better? The short answer is no. Let's start with some tough love. Transitioning to a digital planner takes work. You cannot purchase a planner and think it will make all your problems go away. You have to make the effort in developing a new habit so that you are getting the most out of your planning. So go into digital planning knowing that you will find it challenging. In this episode you will learn: Develop a routine to using the planner consistently Create a planning routine for the month that will help to set you for success in reaching various goals. Define your planning style and own it! No need to plan like everyone else. Utilize templates to help your productivity and make the planning process easier Pictures can help guide you and minimize paper clutter in the classroom. We are also very excited to announce that our January 2022 - December 2022 Digital planners will be available on Friday, November 26th. We will be offering these planners with a 20% discount until December 12th. You can find that and another fabulous surprise in our store on Black Friday! Be sure to visit www.teachingonthedouble.com/store SUBMIT YOUR TIME SUCKING HURDLE! We want to know what is sucking up all of your time either as a teacher or just a person. Head over to our website and submit your TSH so that you can have a chance to be featured on the podcast! SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. Click here to subscribe to iTunes! Now if you're feeling extra loving, We would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find our podcast and they're also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
In today's episode, I am delighted to welcome Dr. Thomas Welch to the podcast. Dr. Welch is a child and family clinical psychologist and leading expert in working with neurodiverse young people and their families. He specializes in working with those on the autism spectrum, and those identified as Twice Exceptional (2e). Dr. Welch is also the author of “The Breakaway: A Parent's Guide to Transitioning the Autistic and Twice Exceptional Adolescent Into Young Adulthood.” During our conversation, Dr. Welch offers valuable insights about the best ways to help neurodiverse teens transition through and beyond adolescence. He also explains the five stages of change as well as the biggest mistake that parents make. You won't want to miss Dr. Welch's expert advice on equipping teens with the most important skills needed to succeed in the world. Whether you have a neurodivergent teen or not, this is a must-listen for parents. Please visit the show notes page for more information and links mentioned during this episode. Connect with Me! High School Hamster Wheel Facebook Page No Degree Required Facebook Group Betsy Jewell Career Coaching Instagram LinkedIn Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss a single episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Fishbowl the ladies talk about how they started their careers, what informed their choices and decision-making, what cascading generalization effects are, the changes in the approaches to certain treatments, why it's important to ask what you're learning from your job and stepping away from the props that you're used to using and focusing more on what you're targeting. Visit FreshSLP.com/podcast for this episode's show notes, a full audio transcript and more great resources at the intersection of grad school and a successful SLP career.Not a substitute for a formal SLP education or medical advice for patients/caregivers. Fresh SLP is in no way affiliated with or representing any university.
Dr. Kristin Saboe and Dr. Nathan Ainspan wrote:Military Veteran Employment: A Guide for the Data-Driven LeaderWe dig into what the data says about the military transition journey. Dr. Saboe works for Boeing in talent acquisition. She is a veteran herself and has worked extensively in veteran-related issues. Dr. Ainspan is the Senior Research Psychologist on Veterans Transition and Disability Employment at the Department of Defense's Military to Civilian Transition Office. This description contains Amazon affiliate links.
3:36 - What is your definition of attitude? Win By Noon for personal finances as well? Commit to getting things done. Physically write them down. 11:07 - Is there a minimum amount of important things per day to be successful? Tom Hopkins. Do the things you enjoy. How do you approach life? 15:59 - Modern Mortgage Summit and Modern Real Estate Summit. Rene F. Rodriguez 19:34 - Presidents of some large companies. What are the biggest challenges that those folks have when it comes to attitude? What have they done to change it? What are the solutions? What can we do to eliminate the negative voices? Be aware. Reframe the negative thoughts into something positive. 25:07 - What would you tell the entrepreneur that's thinking about starting a new business? Have a written plan to go along with the vision. Racers Edge in Tuscan, AR. 31:34 - Who was the most famous or most impactful person that you've ever interviewed? Josh Mettle. http://www.WinByNoon.com . Planner with inspirational quotes. Digital calendar vs written calendar. Death by notification. 39:52 - What's the biggest challenges going forward. So many distractions. Idea list. 42:08 - Forty CMAs in forty days. What is the one thing you can do to be profitable. Win By Noon private group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinByNoonUserMastermindGroup 44:55 - Knowledge through the decades. What is the attitude lesson at birth? Scream and get what you want. 46:04 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 10? Mr. Wagner playing ABBA record. Being awkward when making friends. If you smile it will be easier to make friends. 46:59 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 20? Racing bikes and coaching UoA cycling team. Win at practice but couldn't win the mental game when it mattered. Visualizing what it feels like to win. The best athletes were also the best students because of their discipline. Lance Armstrong. 51:27 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 30? Rediscovery. Transitioning to the mortgage business. 52:11 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 40? You're not as good as you thought you were. Be humble. Humility. Gary Vee. 53:57 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 50? You can reach your potential. What are those next steps. If you're intentional, you can achieve. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEW
Being present is the key to balancing work and home life. When you're working, be present and fully engaged in your work. When it's time to be with family and clock out from the work day, give your full attention and focus to them. This week we are joined by Andrew Royer, owner of Royer Accounting, longtime Pure Bookkeeping licensee & return guest on our show. He shares updates on his business and explains how he made the decision to move to a fully virtual working environment. Small bookkeeping business owners are familiar with the challenges of working from home. After 5 years of running his own company, he shares what he's learned from the journey. During this interview, you'll learn... Why balancing your work and home life is key for any business owner How to transition from working in an office to working remotely Tips for new business owners & entrepreneurs Connect with Andrew on LinkedIn. Learn more about his business Royer Accounting on their website. Listen to past podcasts episodes with Andrew: EP84: Improve Your Productivity & Work-Life Balance and EP208: What You Need To Know About Running A Successful Business A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT for Successful Bookkeeper podcast listeners!! Join us December 2nd, 2021 at The Successful Bookkeeper Summit - a two-day free virtual event featuring inspiring speakers from the bookkeeping, accounting and business worlds! Teresa is part of this incredible lineup and will be speaking about e-commerce. To save your free spot, CLICK HERE. Time Stamps 1:15 - An update on Andrew 5:12 - How to balance being a business owner and a parent 8:55 - Transitioning his business from in-office to working fully remotely 17:21 - Looking back on the five years of running his own business - challenges, changes & lessons learned 20:46 - Advice for a new business owner 26:00 - Andrew's strategy for working at home 29:52 - Making the leap to start your own business
Adrien Grabinski lives to ski, and Mark Abma calls him, “the most responsible 21-year-old I have ever met.” Adrien is the ski patrol director (plus a lot of other things) at Shames Mountain in BC, and he's a surprise star of Matchstick Productions' film, The Stomping Grounds.TOPICS & TIMES:Tell us about Shames Mountain Ski Area (3:25)From ski patroller to caretaker (5:47)How did filming with MSP come about? (9:28)Heli skiing & filming (12:03)Adrien's background & ski racing (16:07)Transitioning from racing to ski touring (25:37)Developing a diverse work skillset (28:18)The Shames Life (32:03)Other places you want to visit & ski? (36:04)RELATED LINKSEpisode Sponsor: AvocadoJonathan's Sleep ExperimentHow to Get Here: Gunnison & Crested ButteRegister for the 2022 Blister SummitThis Week's Gear GiveawayGear Giveaway / Newsletter SignupBecome a Blister Member / Get our new Buyer's GuideBlister YouTube Channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
GUEST SUMMARY Camilla joins us in the lab having worn multiple hats as a transaction coordinator, process improvement specialist, Human Resources tech professional, music conservatory, owner of Choice Properties and Steady Stream Investments, and a mother of 5 and still considers herself an introvert. While Camilla experimented in single family, cosmetic rehabs while engaging her children in the process, in retrospect she wishes she would have known about the benefits of passive investing with a general partner to get similar if not better returns with less headaches and work. Today she does both and is an advocate for passive investing and active investing as a general partner. Her mission is to share with other investors especially women that you can be a GP or LP and still be successful as an introverted investor. You don't need to go against the grain and knock on doors and cold call to be successful. With 18 years of experience in a diverse array of real estate models and businesses, today Camilla makes it a point to educate other busy professionals on how to invest in real estate to secure their financial future. She is uniquely positioned to coach and guide investors to scale and diversify their investments in a style most suitable to them — the introverted way. In this episode, you will get a chance to discover your own blinds spots as an investor like Camilla did to see that there is a better way and not one way of investing. If you want to be successful in the ascension and progression of your real estate business and life, whether you are an introvert or not, you'll get key insights to enhancing the experiments you build day to day in your own lab. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE: 3:37 - Background of the guest 5:22 - How to tackle a new opportunity 8:52 - Learning Property Management 11:52 - How instruments work different parts of your brain 15:06 - Steady Keys Investments KEEPING IT REAL: 17:33 - Being able to work outside your comfort zone 22:56 - Nature vs Nurture 25:50 - What is an entrepreneur? 29:31 - Seek out five different things that would work out for you 31:05 - Having a lot of mentors 34:45 - Choosing a perspective 37:46 - Big shift in the business 42:19 - Transitioning to big apartments 46:32 - Finding the right groups of investors 51:03 - How to learn and start navigating the business 55:35 - Life is never balance 57:16 - More about the guest NOTABLE QUOTES (KEY LESSONS): "Entrepreneur is willing to have the courage to tackle things on their own, without someone else telling them that they have to do it, without taking direction from other people. They see a problem and they're willing to go out and solve that problem" "You can seek out five different ways and pick the best one that suits you and then you can move your business forward on that but don't spend all this time relying only on your own brain, you don't know what you don't know" CONNECTING WITH THE GUEST Website: https://camillajeffs.com/ | https://steadystreaminvestments.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theintroverted_investor/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/camilla-jeffs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camilla.jeffs #Introvert #PassiveInvesting #Investor
Today, I am just so excited to bring to you all an incredibly inspiring story of success. Trudy Armand and her mom, Pam, are the founders of Her-Mine, a woman-owned business that is driven by their mission to support women in as many ways as they can. The details regarding the inspiration behind their noble work, and exactly how they maintain such a high level of integrity as they go about it, make for a fascinating and instructive conversation here today, filled with wisdom that we all need to hear. Starting with information about registering for the upcoming workshop, we then go on to learn about Trudy's entrepreneurial background, the story behind the creation of Her-Mine, what you can expect from one of their boxes, and some of the challenges that she and her mom have faced throughout their first year of business. Trudy also shares some of the transitions she has made from regular e-commerce and into their growth phase, and discusses moving forward regardless of competition, their product selection process, and finding balance between quality and cost. I'll finish things off by reviewing how to become a partner with Her-Mine, and an invitation to stay tuned for my live unboxing once my first Her-Mine box arrives. While describing the inspiration and processes that make Her-Mine such a success, Trudy delivers first hand lessons that we all need to learn (or relearn) as we pursue our own roads to success as well. More great lessons can be found by joining our Facebook group with today's codeword HerMine, where you can learn more about bundling, ask questions, and participate in the conversation with other sellers. And if you're ready to take your business to a whole new level, visit MommyIncome.com/Coach to schedule your one-on-one coaching call today. This week on the Amazon Files: Registering for the upcoming Workshop Trudy's background as an entrepreneur The story behind the creation of Her-Mine What to expect from a Her-Mine box Some of the challenges Trudy has faced in Her-Mine's first year The transitions she has had to make from regular e-commerce Transitioning into a growth phase Moving forward regardless of the competition Their product selection process Finding balance between quality and cost Becoming a partner with Her-Mine Kristin's upcoming live unboxing “You deserve to give yourself a gift every month, that can just be for you, for no other reason than you need to take care of you. “ - Kristin Ostrander Quotes: “We want to buy inspiration, we want to buy something that we know is supporting something that's important.” “Her-Mine is actually named after my favorite aunt, my mom's baby sister, Hermine…she was a trailblazer, she was the ultimate feminist.” “It is our central mission to support women in as many ways as we can. Not only support our subscribers, our sisterhood of subscribers is what we call them, but also the vendor partners that are in the box.” “That is just such a beautiful thing about you starting something that's got so much passion and love behind it.” “We curate around the themes to remind women to care for themselves, to love themselves, and to celebrate each other.” “These things seem small, but they can really boost our spirits and can really boost our mental health.” “There is an inherent risk sometimes with working with smaller businesses, but we are committed to doing that.” “I think the biggest thing is to make sure that we have processes in place.” “We try to create bundles that are evergreen bundles that, once they're successful, we are able to continue to curate.” “You know who packed your box, whether my mom packed it or I packed it, and we want that to continue.” “I operate from a space of abundance, not lack.” “We are unique in what we're doing and how we're doing it, and I'm comfortable in that.” “There's room for everybody's business because no two people do the same things.” “The more that we share our ideas with people, the more everybody benefits. The rising tide raises all ships, so why not all of us raise everyone's ship up at the same time.” “One of the things I think that makes us a little bit different from some of the other subscription boxes is my personal mission is to build relationships.” “These boxes are so amazing.” Related Content: 2022 Workshops - Coupon code: workshop50 Wholesale Bundle System Email questions Learn With Us Coaching The Amazon Files Hub Mommy Income Her-Mine Box Her-Mine Homepage Her-Mine YouTube Her-Mine social media: myherminebox Grow Your Amazon Business! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Amazon Files, the show to help Amazon sellers along their business journey one step at a time with Amazon expert and your host, Kristin Ostrander. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave us your honest review. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media! Use the codeword HerMine to join us on Facebook. 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Nuclear Energy Veteran and Uranium Royalty Corp CEO (TSX-V: URC | NASDAQ: UROY) Scott is back for round 2 as $UROY is up +100% since September and still in its first innings. Their physical Uranium inventory just toppled the 1MM lbs marker as of last month and with the global mega-trend towards de-carbonization is providing a major catalyst for carbon-free, safe, and reliable nuclear energy, and market fundamentals are rapidly rebalancing with continued under-investment in new mine capacity and drawdown of excess inventories. Leave Some Feedback: Who should we have on the show next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: TheHowtoEntrepreneur.com Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Today's Sponsors: JavaPresse Coffee Company - #1 Rated Coffee Grinder on Amazon (Free Grinder in Link) SANESolution - Harvard Medical endorsed body & mind health framework American Dream U - Transitioning veteran professionals
Serial Photography Tech-Industry Entrepreneur and ShootProof Chief Product Officer. ShootProof is an all-in-one photographer platform offering online galleries, invoicing, contracts, lab orders and digital downloads to millions of photography clients. Rachel shares how ShootProof is empowering photographers and clients alike through the use of the ShootProof gallery to seamlessly integrate photos with a full suite of design tools - powered by Collage.com technology - making it easy to create personalized products that can be sold directly through ShootProof. That is just the tip of the iceberg! Leave Some Feedback: Who should we have on the show next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: TheHowtoEntrepreneur.com Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Today's Sponsors: JavaPresse Coffee Company - #1 Rated Coffee Grinder on Amazon (Free Grinder in Link) SANESolution - Harvard Medical endorsed body & mind health framework American Dream U - Transitioning veteran professionals
Running for Climbing Fitness: Does It Work? And How to Avoid Common Mistakes In the episode, Coach Matt Pincus and I talk about running for climbing fitness. In our practices as a coach (Matt) and a nutritionist (me), we see a lot of people who run in the name of climbing training. But there are some common mistakes we see people making in their training schedules, their nutrition practices, and their reasoning behind their actions. We talk about some better choices people can be making with their running, whether it's scientifically been shown to help with climbing fitness at all, and how to proceed with your running and climbing regimens. Enjoy! Episode Details How common running is among our clients #1 Question to ask yourself about running if you're a runner Running for weight loss from a nutritionist's perspective How Matt creates training programs for people who want to run Pushback that runners give Matt and his responses to that Transitioning from one sport to another, whether it's running, skiing, biking, etc What needs to happen nutritionally to train running and climbing at the same time 3 biggest mistakes people make nutritionally with fueling for exercise How to recover really well Show Links Bouldering Program (Levels 1-3) to help you work your way up the grades Work with Matt as your coach Work with Neely as your nutritionist Have topics you want us to cover? Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Please Review The Podcast on iTunes Please give the podcast an honest review on iTunes here to help the show reach more curious climbers around the world.
In this episode, I talk to the founder of The Ocho System, Joe Holder. We discuss the unnecessary complexities in the health and wellness space, reframing your mindset around exercise, and Joe's concept of “exercise snacks”. We discuss our experiences transitioning from college athletics into the real world, the desire to overachieve, and developing dissonance between your identity and sport. We also talk about the importance of challenging yourself, practicing resilience, and the concept of recovery. Key Takeaway / Points: Unnecessary complexities in the health and wellness space Reframing your mindset Transitioning from a college athletics into the real world, The importance of challenging yourself, practicing resilience and the concept of recovery Follow Joe Holder: Instagram: @ochosystem @exercise_snacks Twitter: @JoeHolder_ Listen to Joe's Master Class here Follow me: Instagram: @freckledfoodie Website: freckledfoodie.com TikTok: freckledfoodie Twitter: @freckledfoodie Youtube: Cameron Rogers / Freckled Foodie Pinterest: Freckled Foodie This episode is sponsored by Beam. Check out their new limited edition White Chocolate Peppermint Beam Dream blend at beamtlc.com and use code FRECKLEDFOODIE15 for 15% off This episode was edited by Tim Flanzbaum
Shop https://www.mikeritlandco.com for Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel & more! Dan Holloway is the biggest piece of $h!t you've never heard of. Dan grew up in the Carolinas and, after college, enlisted in the Army in 2005. He served in the 82nd Airborne as an infantryman reaching the rank of Sergeant. In this podcast, we cover his life before he enlists, his military experience in Iraq, and his transition out of the military and into podcasting. Hope you enjoy it! Sponsored by @jockofuel and @teamdog.pet. ---------- Table of Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 0:50 - Breaking the Ice 11:07 - Morning Routine 13:31 - Trust the Scientist 15:49 - Privilege 19:16 - Privacy and Politics 32:29 - Growing Up 45:51 - Joining the Military 47:38 - Time in Iraq 56:47 - Transitioning out / What next? 1:28:00 - Podcasting 1:36:13 - American Party Principles #1 1:36:13 - American Party Principles #2 1:37:15 - American Party Principles #3 1:43:51 - American Party Principles #4 1:44:29 - American Party Principles #5 1:45:00 - American Party Principles #6 1:50:00 - American Party Principles #7 1:52:32 - American Party Principles #8 1:54:00 - American Party Principles #9 2:00:32 - Organization 2:02:31 - American Party Principles #10 2:11:44 - American Party Principles #11 2:15:46 - Steroid Use & Politics in Sports 2:41:43 - President Dan Holloway 2:52:30 - Outro ---------- Support Dan Holloway: Drinkin' Bros Podcast: https://drinkinbros.com/ American Party Podcast: https://americanpartypodcast.com/ Instagram @danholloway ---------- Support Mike Drop on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mikedrop --- Support our sponsors: Origin Labs | www.originmaine.com/origin-labs | @ORIGIN USA Fueled by TeamDog | www.mikeritlandco.com | @Teamdog.pet --- ALL THINGS MIKE RITLAND: SHOP for Fueled By Team Dog Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel, Accessories, and Protection dogs - https://MikeRitlandCo.com Team Dog Online dog training - https://TeamDog.pet Support Mike Drop on Patreon https://Patreon.com/mikedrop