Former Washington Football Team employees Emily Applegate & Rachel Engleson join Andrew Brandt on a bonus episode of the Business Of Sports podcast. Emily & Rachel share their harassment experiences with the team and... Why they didn't file a complaint with Human Resources (8:32) Interactions (or lack of) with Dan Snyder (14:33) Participation in Beth Wilkinson's investigation (16:48) The lack of a written report (19:35) Who they think leaked the Gruden emails (24:57) Connect with the Pod Website: https://www.andrew-brandt.com Andrew's Sunday Seven Newsletter: https://www.andrew-brandt.com/sunday-seven Twitter: @AndrewBrandt Instragram: @AndrewBrandt2 Clubhouse: @adb719 Twitch.tv/andrewbrandtlive Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Summary: Todd Caponi fell into sales, then fell in love with the decision science surrounding it. He turned that into a career encompassing multiple sales leadership roles. He's building the revenue capacity of one tech company from the ground-up into Chicago's fastest-growing, another where his efforts helped drive the organization to a successful IPO followed by an acquisition worth almost $3B, and another where his turnaround efforts were rewarded with the American Business “Stevie” Award for Worldwide Vice President of Sales of the Year. He left his role as the Chief Revenue Officer to write his first book, The Transparency Sale; which has since earned 2019's “Best Book Award” in the “Business: Sales” category at the American Book Awards, while also earning International Best-Seller status. Todd also hosts The Sales History Podcast, bringing the incredible (and sometimes strange) brains from the earliest days of sales' past into the present. Much of the sales wisdom from the past hasn't changed. Key Moments: 03:00 - Is saying "yes" always the way to go? 09:15 - Expectation inflation 25:00 - "How are they better than us?". How Todd turned the question of tell me why your better than your competitor into a transparent conversation and disarmed a meeting. 27:00 - Lead with your strengths and reveal your weakness Connect with Todd https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddcaponi/ (LinkedIN) Connect with Us! https://www.linkedin.com/company/53108426/admin/ (LinkedIN: ) https://stories-of-selling-human.captivate.fm/ (Website: )
October 26, 2021 - Gov. Kathy Hochul has packaged New York's pandemic data into a centralized website as part of an effort to be more transparent, so we asked Reinvent Albany policy analyst Tom Speaker to assess the data that's available, how it's presented and what's missing.
Anudit Vikram, former board member of the IAB Data Center of Excellence and Chief Product Officer, MediaMath joins me in a discussion about consumer privacy (amid Amazon fines), Google's FLoC (which recently wrapped up the first phase of testing), and addressable/scalable identity solutions to replace third-party cookies. Anudit explains, “While there has been a flurry of activity preparing for the demise of the third-party cookie, the pushback around it and signals from the EU hinted that it would not be smooth sailing for Google, so, ultimately, it's not a complete shock that the timing changed. There is no question that first-party data performs better, and that the quality of third-party data is questionable, but that is not the only factor driving transparency. Transparency to the actual user – what we call addressability – is directly affected too. To continue the momentum of creating a more transparent supply chain, industry leaders must continue work around the activation of first party identity options and creating cohort-based solutions. As far as next steps for the industry, marketers, advertisers, publishers and the like should use this time to start working with first party identity solutions and perfect the stack they will use, while still being able to leverage the scale provided by third-party cookies.”
From boosters to breakthrough infections, pandemic vocabulary is still all over the news. On this week's On the Media, why the terms we use to talk about the virus obscure as much as they reveal. And, why the history of medical progress is filled with so many twists and turns. Plus, why a preference for simple stories has made it so hard to keep track of the pandemic. 1. Katherine J. Wu [@KatherineJWu], staff writer at The Atlantic, on the slippery definitions of our pandemic vocabulary. Listen. 2. Dr. Paul Offit [@DrPaulOffit], professor of pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, on why medical progress always carries risk. Listen. 3. OTM correspondent Micah Loewinger [@MicahLoewinger] speaks with Soren Wheeler [@SorenWheeler] and Rachael Piltch-Loeb [@Rpiltchloeb] about why the narrative arc of the COVID-19 pandemic has been deeply unsatisfying. With some help from Kurt Vonnegut. Listen. Music: In the Bath - Randy Newman Milestones - Bill Evans Trio Paperback Writer - Quartetto d'Archi Dell'orchestra Sinfonica di Giuseppe Verdi Quizas Quizas Quizas - Ramon Sole Misterioso - Kronos Quartet Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered - Brad Mehldau Trio
Just a quick check-in from Meg this week with the latest news, plus hear from new interim CEO of the NWSL Marla Messing, who spoke to the media for the first time on Wednesday. We've got some of her comments this episode covering the ongoing investigations across the women's soccer landscape, a league update on the Washington Spirit, and more. Take the 2021 NWSL Supporter Survey here: https://theathletic.com/2902944/2021/10/20/nwsl-supporter-survey-2021-we-want-your-opinion-on-the-league-its-teams-and-this-unprecedented-year/ Subscribe to Soccer Every Day on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soccer-every-day/id1586833046 Subscribe to The Athletic and support all of our women's soccer coverage right now at https://theathletic.com/fulltime Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, Joint Chiefs chairman, and omnipresence in American foreign policy for the past 20 years, died on Monday from complications from COVID-19. He was 84-years-old and been sick for years with multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer. Colin Powell was many things to many people. A symbol of the American dream. The public voice — for a time — of the Iraq War. A so-called “RINO,” or Republican-in-name-only. A good soldier. Though widely remembered as a barrier-breaking hero by folks across the aisle, in his death, as in life, there are those who are using Colin Powell as an opportunity for scoring political points. Looking back at the life of Colin Powell, it is worth recalling that he was once one of America's most popular public officials, polling favorably among 85 percent of Americans in a 2002 Gallup poll. But what Colin Powell is perhaps most remembered for is his 2003 presentation to the UN Security Council explaining the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. A little over a year later, Powell went on NBC's Meet the Press and essentially retracted his assertion, saying it "turned out that the sourcing was inaccurate and wrong and in some cases deliberately misleading." Brooke speaks with Fred Kaplan, a veteran reporter on foreign policy and national security, long-time writer of Slate's "War Stories" column, and even longer-time husband of Brooke, about the life and legacy of Colin Powell.
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Karolina Guilcapi has managed private luxury tours since 2006, endlessly promoting a hands-on travel approach. With a background from Johnson & Wales University, a school dedicated to food and travel, she has been deeply involved in the growth of the tourism industry. Specializing in Latin America, Karolina represented her product at countless trade shows, organizations, and events around the world, inspiring travelers to become lifelong clients. She has tasted her way across 40 countries continuously inspecting services, meeting local foodies, and searching out the next morsel to offer in her itineraries. She treats food like she does travel – an experience that should utterly satisfy you. In this episode of Destination On The Left, Karolina shares why collaboration with chefs and organizations across the South American continent has allowed her to build a thriving travel business even during the global pandemic. Karolina also discusses why anticipating and addressing travelers' concerns and needs has become a cornerstone of her work. What You Will Learn: How immigrating to New York from Poland at age ten sparked Karolina's passion for travel and exploring new places, and why she focuses her work on Latin American travel Why Karolina chose to start her company, Sated Ventures, and how it has taken off even during the global pandemic How Sated Ventures has carved out a unique niche by focusing on local chefs as guides to the unique flavors, ingredients and culinary history of the region What new skills and talents Karolina has discovered since launching her business, and what challenges she has overcome during the pandemic Why collaboration and being active within the local community as a helpful partner can be a powerful organic way to grow your business What changes, new challenges and opportunities Karolina expects as we begin to return to global travel Why understanding and problem-solving for travelers is a key component of Karolina's work, and why seeing things from the perspective of the traveler is vital Creating a Unique Travel Niche Through Collaboration Karolina Guilcapi is an innovative travel expert who has carved out a unique niche for her company, Sated Ventures, by focusing on the unique culinary adventures and flavors to be found in South America. In this episode of Destination On The Left, Karolina shares why collaboration with chefs and organizations across the South American continent has allowed her to build a thriving travel business even during the global pandemic. Karolina also discusses why anticipating and addressing travelers' concerns and needs has become a cornerstone of her work. Transparency, Being Helpful, and Identifying Partnership Opportunities As Karolina said during our conversation, world travelers often save the South American experience for last, preferring to tour Europe and Asia. However, by leveraging creative partnerships, Karolina is working to change that. Karolina's organization, Sated Ventures, focuses on the unique dining experiences available in South America and works closely with local chefs, restaurants and other food industry organizations to create unique, once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences for her clients. By maintaining a tight focus on this unique niche and by working tirelessly to be helpful to her clients and partners, Karolina has been able to organically grow her business even during the unique travel challenges of the global pandemic. This extends to anticipating and understanding traveler concerns about the coronavirus pandemic and working to address them in an empathetic way. Karolina is truly a facilitator whose specialized knowledge of South American cuisine has allowed her business to thrive even during these challenging times. To learn more about Karolina and her company, Sated Ventures, please check out the contact links below: Website: www.satedventures.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/karolina-guilcapi-15670066/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/satedventures Instagram: www.instagram.com/karo.travels.and.eats/ We value your thoughts and feedback and would love to hear from you. Leave us a review on your favorite streaming platform to let us know what you want to hear more of. Here is a quick tutorial on how to leave us a rating and review on iTunes!: https://breaktheicemedia.com/rating-review/
Transparency is so important to our Christian lives but not at the expense of accountability. Today Pastor Jeff Vines encourages us to think about who keeps you accountable?Want more? Sign up for the ONE&ALL Online Digital Digest http://bit.ly/oneandallemail
Have you been wondering exactly what it means to Build Back Better? On this week's On the Media, hear why political coverage seems to address everything about Joe Biden's bill--except what's in it. Plus, find out if social media really does turn nice people into trolls. 1. Andrew Prokop [@awprokop], Senior Politics Correspondent at Vox, on the gap between political coverage of the Build Back Better Act, and what the bill actually says. Listen. 2. Michael Bang Petersen [@M_B_Petersen], political science professor at Aarhus University, on the difference (or lack thereof) between on and offline behaviors, and how Facebook might not be affecting us in the ways we think. Listen. 3. Meghan O'Gieblyn, writer and author of God, Human, Animal, Machine, on the ever-deeper entwining of humanity and technology, and what it might mean for our future. Listen. Music from this week's show: Passing Time - John RenbournClap Hands - Tom WaitsOkami - Nicola CruzCarmen Fantasy - Anderson and RoeYoung at Heart - Brad MehldauFor the Creator - Richard Souther
“How can you have a digital society where you don't even know what the rules are?”In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Kalev Leetaru, a media fellow at the RealClearFoundation and senior fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.Instead of repealing Section 230, he argues for an amendment to Section 230 that would compel social media companies to make available extensive dataset collections on what they're censoring, why each individual post or account was censored, and how the social media companies' algorithms decide what content is boosted or demoted.While some argue for repealing Section 230 immunity for social media companies altogether, Leetaru says it would have the opposite of the intended effect. Instead of decreasing censorship, it would only cause social media companies to become more avid censors as they try to avoid costly lawsuits.
Sophie Jaffe hosts this week's Recovery episode by reflecting on how her and Dr. Jaffe's relationship has faltered and prospered through time and what it took from both sides to be united in radical transparency. ⚡️ Mentioned in the episode: https://www.igntd.com
With 35 years of experience in supply chain, Jonathan Rosenthal is the definition of an industry veteran.CEO of Saybrook Management, and ESP Logistics Technology, as well as a strong background in the airline and utility industries, it is fair to say there is little Jonathan hasn't seen. A strong proponent of the digitization of supply chains, he was an ideal guest for the podcast, and sure enough, he didn't disappoint.We had a great conversation about the current disruptions in global supply chains, ways to resolve them (hint more data visibility), and where to from here for supply chains. I learned loads, I hope you do too...In the podcast, Jonathan referred to a 7-minute product demo video involving a helicopter. You can find it there here (but you will need to sign an NDA before you can get access).If you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to leave me a voice message over on my SpeakPipe page or just send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).If you want to learn more about how to juggle sustainability and efficiency mandates while recovering from pandemic-induced disruptions, meeting growth targets, and preparing for an uncertain future, check out our Oxford Economics research report here.And if you want to read up on our Industry 4.0 blueprint repost, head on over to https://www.sap.com/cmp/dg/intro-industry40/index.html, and if you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover it. Thanks.And remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!
C'est un des engagements du gouvernement Akhannouch passé quasi inaperçu. La lutte contre la corruption figure parmi les trois priorités du programme gouvernemental énoncé par Aziz Akhannouch devant le Parlement ce lundi 11 octobre 2021. À quoi s'attendre ? Quels sont les chantiers capitaux en matière de lutte contre la corruption ? Dans Le Scan, le podcast d'actualité de TelQuel, Landry Benoit reçoit Ahmed Bernoussi, secrétaire général de Transparency Maroc.
Happy Thursday from YOUR KC Morning Show!On the show today, Beth Brittainstein, with "Channel 2" KC's government public access channel.We wrap with Ryan X, Founding Editor of The Kansas City Defender. Always A Good Day To Be A Kansas Citian. xoxo - @hartzell965 & @holeyhearts
Dodgers vs Giants game 5 is tonight, Derek Carr says the NFL needs more transparency in light of the Jon Gruden situation and the High Five Play of the Day.
One key to every net zero path is comprehensive reporting, but that can't happen if key variables are excluded. For example, if you're tracking emissions, it's important to track not only the amount of carbon in the air, but how much is being burned. Another factor may be fit. That is, are market actions matching what the science is telling us? Well... are they? Carbon Tracker's Mark Campanale joins Climate Biz to dish the dirt... or perhaps the carbon. More...
To watch the rise of viral content is always an interesting exercise. From "Charlie bit my finger" to the "Lulz That Broke Wall Street," the internet is capable of elevating any story, meme, joke, or idea through the ranks of digital fame. This week, we unpack one story, and one question, that took twitter by storm: "Who is the Bad Art Friend?". The Robert Kolker piece from The New York Times Magazine proved digital catnip, but why? Brooke sits down with Michael Hobbes, journalist and host of the podcast Maintenance Phase, to discuss his review of the story, the Twitter storm, and why we're even talking about all this in the first place.
Dylan Hafen, Senior Partner at Grit Marketing, has doubled and tripled his network growth every year through recruiting and training. He speaks on the company's new exclusive partnership with Aptive Environmental (fastest growing pest control company in America). Transparency with pay, deals, commissions, business structure, etc. are all key components to the elite culture that Grit Marketing has created. on todays episode we talk about Honesty, Transparency and what it takes to cultivate a sales culture that Impacts the door to door industry as a whole.
In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board member Red Russak and Soumeya Benghanem welcome Wade Pinder (Mainline), Ana Maria Garcia (The Home Depot), Carol Tyger (Vivante Health), and Martie K. Burris (Salesforce) to talk about strengthening mentorship. For new PMs, finding the right mentor is essential while learning the foundations and disciplines of product management, therefore, it is important to take note that forming a genuine connection between the mentor and mentee is the root of all successful mentorships. Support for How to Succeed in Product Management is brought to you by Apptentive, which enables product managers to measure shifts in customer emotion and gather actionable feedback across the mobile customer journey. To learn more, go to Apptentive.com/UW. What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 07:50 The three types of mentors 10:43 How do you find the perfect mentor? 12:13 Asking someone to mentor you is a huge commitment 16:15 How do you reject a mentee? 22:28 The best type of mentor-mentee relationship is the informal type 25:33 Finding some sort of personal connection makes relationships last 28:08 How do you decide whether to take somebody on as a mentee? 31:54 How to make sure that the mentor-mentee relationship runs smoothly 35:46 Look for frameworks for prioritization and discipline 40:36 PMs should know about the ins and outs of product management 43:13 The difference between a mentor and a sponsor 47:33 Once you learn the discipline, you can be any type of PM 50:47 It's important to find a mentor early on in your career 52:17 Go back to the fundamentals when communicating 55:04 Mentorship is helping people identify their blind spots 57:20 Transparency is key and always share your intentions
In this episode, Jon and Verda talk with Annie Bevan, Executive Director of Mindful Materials. We are all affected by the materials in our built environment. Can Mindful Materials finally be the "Easy Button" to understanding what we're putting in our spaces? Annie thinks so! Mindful Materials is industry owned and led and really wants to be a resource for all designers out there. We need manufacturers to be transparent and work to optimize impacts by reducing harmful effects of product ingredients. Let's start rewarding the manufacturers who are reducing their impacts. Transparency doesn't mean better, it means you understand. We need manufacturers to start working on reducing toxic chemistry!
It's All Under Control Week 4.Well y'all, this week has been such a good reading. The Lord is working on us and our hearts, teaching us so many things through this study and we hope and pray He is doing the same for you. This week we talk about the importance of quieting our souls so that we can better hear from God. Jennifer writes about Do, Delegate, Dismiss. We've got to allow our schedules to line up with God's plans for us, not ours. Getting caught up in every yes, takes away from others opportunities to shine but also wear us down, keeping us from our full potential in the areas God is calling us to serve in. HELP! I think we can all agree that asking for help is something most of us have a hard time doing. Pride gets in the way, our need to control everything stands in the way, worrying about how it will get done keeps us from asking. There are many reasons why we don't ask for help. But we learn that even Jesus asked for help on multiple occasions throughout His time here on earth. We too, should learn from this and step out to ask for help more often.
“Companies are really recognizing that this concept of greenwashing, and these bold ambitious assertions that they can't back up, that's no longer, that's not transparency. That is risk, and that exposing an organization to very concrete reputational and other risks….I think it's all about transparency driving trust, but it has to be credible, it has to be authentic and it has to be meaningful.” Kristen Sullivan, Deloitte Sustainability Compliance on Electric Ladies Podcast A new report from the Journal Nature Climate Change reports that 85% of the world's population is negatively affected by climate change. With that report and the big UN Climate Conference known as COP26 coming up in days – and President Biden's infrastructure bills moving through Congress – we have been focusing on risk and the changing role of companies in society. So, what do companies really think about their role today and how to report on it, called ESG reporting for environment, social and governance? Listen to Kristen Sullivan, head of Deloitte's Sustainability and Supply Chain Social Compliance Services talk about it with Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson in this important and engaging interview. The management consulting firms have a unique perspective on this, because they analyze trends and advise companies across industries. You'll hear about: The need companies have to define the attributes of ESG that drive performance “in a data-driven way” so they can “evaluate long term value”? The critical role of transparency, primarily to build trust, and how and why companies can struggle with it. The impact of the rapid increased prioritizing of ESG from a “nice to have” to “must have,” especially over the past couple of years due to the confluence of covid, George Floyd, and climate change. How companies now have a broader definition of what drives risk including “financial risk, operational risk, reputational risk” and how they can systematically integrate those factors to find seize opportunities. Plus, insightful career advice …. “And I think that especially through a broader, sort of ESG-purpose lens, that establishing a competency in a business context (is important in your career), whether that's marketing or finance or supply chain or operations, whatever it is, and layering on a differentiated perspective – whether it's climate risk, whether it's societal consideration – to really be able to deliver on that traditional competence but at such a higher level, and through that value-enhancing lens.” Kristen Sullivan on the Electric Ladies podcast Read Joan's related Forbes articles here too. You'll also want to listen to: Anne Kelly, VP of Government Relations at nonprofit Ceres, which helps businesses and policy come together for the planet and people, as well as the economy Michele Wucker, thought leaders and author of “You Are What You Risk: The New Art & Science to Navigating an Uncertain World.” Lisa Jacobson, Business Council for Sustainable Energy, on the impact of covid on energy and transitioning to a clean energy economy Kathleen McQuiggan, 30-year wealth management expert specializing in ESG investing, especially for women. Olivia Martin, USAFacts data scientist, on their State of the Earth 2021 report. Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Reach us on Twitter @joanmichelson
Pennsylvania State Representative Andrew Lewis, representing portions of Dauphin County, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss House Bill 1332, a bill he sponsored hoping to bring more transparency to the decision-making process for curricula in Pennsylvania schools. The bill, if signed into law, would make school curriculum materials more accessible to parents, requiring schools across the state to post curriculum materials on their public-facing websites. Lewis explains why he took up the cause, telling many stories of parents who discovered curriculum they were vehemently against, only after it was too late. In addition, Lewis explains whether he pursued bipartisanship in looking for co-signers, and tells what he hopes to accomplish by passing the bill. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There is a business trend that I'm seeing more of lately. It was happening anyway, but it has been accelerated by Covid, and social distancing, and people looking for new ways of living and working to avoid burnout. The trend that I am talking about is that more salons are looking at 'charging by time' instead of charging for the specific service. My guests today on the podcast are two sisters who are also business partners, Vicki and Jane, from the award-winning salon 'Reed hair' in the UK. I'm really pleased to have them on the podcast today to get the opportunity to dig in deep about everything to do with charging by the amount of time and not for the specific service. Reed hair made that transition a few years back and haven't looked back since, and on this podcast episode, they are totally open about what was involved in making the change. In today's podcast, we discuss: The reasons behind why they changed What the challenges are (if any) for owners, staff and clients How to work out your hourly rate… and The impact it has on profitability. And lots more! In this Episode: [0:01:02] A current trend taking place in the salon industry, which was accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. [0:05:45] What sparked Vicki and Jane's decision to change their business model from charging for a specific service to charging by time. [0:09:08] The vision that Jane and Vicki had for Reed Hair from the beginning. [0:12:06] Impact that the change in business model had on costs and revenue for Reed Hair. [0:14:13] Client education and marketing that Jane and Vicki did when they changed their business model. [0:15:23] Why the daily volume of clients at Reed Hair dropped when they moved to the charge-by-time model. [0:17:12] How Jane and Vicki communicated their business model change to their clients over a period of time. [0:19:40] Other changes that took place at Reed Hair alongside the change in business model. [0:21:47] The biggest challenge that Vicki and Jane faced when they made these major changes to their salon, and how they dealt with it. [0:23:12] A formula to work out what a stylist should be charging per hour. [0:26:51] The drop in assistants that Reed Hair experienced prior to their big reopening, and the reasoning behind the decision to remove assistants altogether. [0:30:31] How Reed Hair's clients handled the transition to a charge-by-time model. [0:33:30] Different price levels of the stylists at Reed Hair. [0:34:34] Responses from staff to the changes that were put in place at the salon. [0:35:39] Ways that the charge-by-time model benefits stylists and clients. [0:37:38] What a typical conversation with a new client at Reed Hair will consist of. [0:40:48] How the commission system at Reed Hair works. [0:43:15] The answer Reed Hair gives their clients when they aren't sure how long their session is going to take. [0:47:01] How the hourly rate at Reed Hair is broken down. [0:48:04] Why women's sessions are usually booked for longer than men's. [0:50:41] Transparency that Reed Hair practices with their clients. [0:54:52] How Reed Hair's hourly rate accounts for the cost of products. [0:58:21] The lack of hierarchy and a price ceiling at Reed Hair. [01:00:30] Criteria that determine the hourly rate that stylists at Reed Hair can charge. [01:01:26] Factors that resulted in an increase in Reed Hair's profitability when they changed their business model. [01:02:02] Vicki and Jane's commitment to looking after their staff. [01:03:12] Key steps to making a success of the charge-for-time business model. Links and Resources: Grow My Salon Business Website | Facebook | Instagram Reed Hair Website | Facebook | Instagram Episode 098 - Toby Dicker and Amanda Faith - Charging by the service or charging for time?
Part of God's design for our life involves Transparency, Accountability, and Growth (TAG). For this reason, getting back on track involves reconnecting with these significant lifestyle factors. TAG Groups at CCA are designed to help get you unstuck, and back on track for good! In this episode of Ask Christian Counseling Associates, join Dr. Rich Hoffman and special guest, Allen Joseph, M.A. to learn all about how TAG groups work, and why you should join one today at a CCA location near you!
Linda is a speaker, author, and coach who focuses on authenticity as a way to help small business owners take their next best step. Some of the projects and organizations she's worked with include Kimpton hotels & restaurants, Jamba Juice, and Disney. Key Takeaways The key qualities to be authentic in a business; Transparency, honesty, originality, and being real.How authenticity reflects in business “Your Brand is your outward-facing personality”Building Credibility in business to attract more clients and do well in the market.How to survive copying competitors - What matters is the whole experience the customer has in your company.Hiring people that will carry the same Authentic Torch; Drafting job descriptions that describe the cultural vibe of your company. Why authenticity matters to customers - They get to see what the company is all about, which simplifies their choice making.Key points to help companies train their employees to be more authentic Connect with Linda. Website - https://lindabasso.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LindaBassoCoaching Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lindabassocoaching/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindabasso/
“Learn as much about yourself as you can so that you're working on your strengths. You're going to be more successful, and really, it becomes more natural for you. And then also, it's really much more fulfilling.” - Dave Wolcott Welcome to another week of Tactical Leader! In today's episode, we have Dave Wolcott talk about his journey towards wealth management with a military background, the principles he carries attached to it, and how we can understand ourselves better to realize how exactly we can make a difference in our lives and an impact on the world. Dave Wolcott is the Founder and CEO of Pantheon Investments. Pantheon gives busy professionals an opportunity to passively invest in top real estate assets that provide cash flow, tax benefits and a reliable alternative to the volatility of the stock market, through leveraging The Pantheon Advantage. Pantheon is currently an equity partner in over 2,100 doors with a combined value of over $360 million across the US. Dave is also the author of The Holistic Wealth Strategy: Your Roadmap To Financial Freedom and has been a featured guest on numerous media outlets. Prior to Pantheon, Dave earned his bachelor's degree from the George Washington University, served as a Captain in the Marine Corps and established himself as a successful entrepreneur who built 3 companies over the past 2 decades. He learned about investing in commercial real estate as a passive investor 20 years ago and has experienced several market cycles. In today's changing world, Dave is more passionate than ever about helping professionals build wealth through providing exclusive access and curation of the best opportunities, the best operators, and the best markets. [00:01 - 05:32] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! Introducing Dave Wolcott Shifting to financial investments and wealth management as a military veteran Finding the same sense of purpose through the transition [05:33 - 11:33] How Life Events Create Financial Impact Delving deeper to the wealth perspective It is about reaching freedom, not just financial. Freedom of purpose Freedom of relationship Freedom of time Dave shares the biggest takeaway from military service A sense of leadership allows you to be comfortable in making decisions. Work with those who have the growth mindset. Transparency is key. [11:34 - 25:51] At the End of the Day, It's All About You A crystal clear vision Think: If you had all the money in the world - What would you be doing? Where would you be? Who would you be with? Think of how to start living like that today. The focus on wealth management Consider the various resources and assets around you to start learning. Dave talks about his book It's about the holistic approach to wealth strategy. Steps towards financial freedom Understanding your Instinctive wiring We don't have to be great at everything. [25:52 - 29:20] Closing Segment The legacy Dave wants to create: Create an impact. Have that transformational moment and live the life you want to live. Connect with Dave (links below) Visit his website, Linkedin, and more! Join us for Tactical Friday! Key Quote: “I love working with people who really have a growth mindset… People who understand… Looking at new ideas. They're open to new ideas. They're open to expanding their beliefs. They're constantly learning, you know, no matter where they are in their journey.” - Dave Wolcott Connect with Dave Visit his website at https://pantheoninvest.com/wealth-strategy/ (https://pantheoninvest.com/wealth-strategy/). Connect with him at https://www.linkedin.com/in/davewalcott (https://www.linkedin.com/in/davewalcott). Check out his book at https://www.amazon.com/Holistic-Wealth-Strategy-Roadmap-Financial/dp/B089CS58F1 (The Holistic...
Character is fundamental to effective leadership. Good character builds trust and without trust, people will not follow you. On this episode, I share my favorite 10 character traits for leadership.Timestamps:[1:45] #1. Honesty and integrity[2:36] #2. Transparency[4:59] #3. Confidence[7:32] #4. Inspire others[9:33] #5. Resilience[10:27] #6. Vision[11:41] #7. Empowerment [12:37] #8. Accountability [16:32] #9. Generosity[17:35] #10. PassionLinks & resources:To follow more info about the firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out my personal instagram account@debbie_nealSupport this podcast:Please rate, review, subscribe and SHARE this podcast out, I will be eternally grateful!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/level-up-with-debbie-neal/id1552017731This Podcast is brought to you by Upstarter Podcast Network.
The LWG discuss William being embedded with the Super Friends, Lena learning more about magic, and Nyxly's newfound compassion on Supergirl; Pat's secret about Eclipso, the JSA, and the emotional attack on the Dugan-Whitmore household on Stargirl. Time Stamps:News - 2:24Stargirl - 8:06Supergirl - 43:15LWG noms/win - 1:18:03
From a six hour service outage to a senate whistleblower hearing, the PR disasters keep mounting for Facebook. On this week's show, hear how the tech giant might be following a well-worn pattern of decline. And, the so-called "Pandora Papers" reveal dirty financial secrets, dwarfing the Panama Papers in the size, scope, and reach. Plus, how a new data leak shows links between law enforcement and far-right militia groups. 1. Makena Kelly [@kellymakena], policy reporter for The Verge, on the perils of focusing on politicians' flubs during tech regulation hearings. Listen. 2. Kevin Roose [@kevinroose], tech columnist for The New York Times, on the harbingers of Facebook's demise. Listen. 3. Gerard Ryle [@RyleGerard], director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, on how the Pandora Papers unmask hidden owners of offshore companies. Plus, what the papers might mean for the future of cooperative journalism. Listen. 4. OTM correspondent Micah Loewinger [@MicahLoewinger], on how he and Gothamist's George Joseph uncovered evidence that active police officers are connected to the Oath Keepers, a far-right militia group. Listen.
Summary What are the biggest limitations social movements encounter, time and again? What are the good examples of positive collaboration between INGOs and social movements? And what characteristics, what attributes made that collaboration positive? In this podcast episode, I discussed with May Miller-Dawkins about the potential and peril when NGOs collaborate with social movements. May's Bio: Researcher, advocate and facilitator, working with social movements, NGOs, foundations, universities and community groups on social change processes Used to be based in New South Wales, Australia, now in New Zealand Works with social movements and social sector organizations as well as universities to strengthen their advocacy, deepen their coalitions and sharpen their analysis Former director, Governance and Transparency, The B Team, which seeks to redefine the culture of accountability in business by creating and encouraging the diffusion of new norms for business in society Head of Research at CoreLab, focused on research aimed at influencing policy and practice Former head of research at Oxfam Australia We discussed: When NGOs collaborate with social movements in a respectful manner that recognizes movements' autonomy and the need for its members to maintain safety, it can increase the credibility of their workInnovationNetwork has developed a very helpful framework with four dimensions for evaluating social movements:Institutional powerPeople powerInfluencer powerNarrative powerSocial movements tend to be more effective in raising broad public consciousness, while NGOs can be effective in agenda setting with elites and institutionsNGOs are more at risk of reinforcing their power structures, or get coopted or become victim to ‘insider incrementalism'. On the other hand, they can set agendas in ways that are considered more ‘palatable by the mainstream opinion or elites. Quotes“It can be hard for NGOs to step back sufficiently to make sure they are complimentary and respectful of the power and agency of social movements” “NGOs have to be careful in how they exercise their gatekeeping capabilities” "Long-term, flexible funding is one of the most important ways in which social movements can be supported” Resources:· LinkedIn· Personal Website· Facebook GroupArticles mentioned: Understanding Activism (2017) with Rhize and The Atlantic Council – Link The State of the Growing Movement Fighting Inequality (2019) – Fight Inequality Alliance, Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity and Rhize – LinkClick here to subscribe.Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Youtube
Justina Page is an international speaker and natural storyteller who speaks with a bold and refreshing honesty that touches the hearts of audiences. Her speeches unfold with a combination of humor, insightful observation and wisdom, as well as practical application. Justina is a woman whose faith was tested by fire. She now inspires audiences across the country with a powerful message of hope and triumph. She is the author of the award-winning book, The Circle of Fire which tells the story of how Justina's life was changed forever when fire swept through her home, March 7, 1999. The loss of her 22-month-old twin son, Amos, the severe and lasting injuries of her other twin son, Benjamin, and her own devastating experience of third-degree burns covering 55 percent of her body affected the entire family. She is also the author of 8 other literary works. From the ashes of fire, a new hope has emerged. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a non-profit organization, established to provide post-burn support to children and families affected by burn trauma. She is a supporting actress in the award-winning faith-based movie We Are Stronger and the highly anticipated upcoming TV series Breaking Strongholds.
Learn more about Matthieu:Matthieu's LinkedInMatthieu's TwitterBMC Software CommunityEpisode resources:Humanizing Your Community with Seth Godin (CMX Summit Session)The 7P's of Community — A Simple Framework for Building BelongingIf you enjoyed this episode then please either:Subscribe, rate, and review on Apple PodcastsFollow on Spotify
Are you confident with your budgeting techniques or do you always find yourself asking: “Where did I put my money, why am I always short?” Budgeting can be a challenge, especially when it comes to looking for a system that works for you. In today's episode, Curtis welcomes Ryan Clark, and together, they talk about a unique approach when it comes to keeping and maintaining a budget: Qube Money. Ryan shares how he manages money. He also reiterates why you need to create a plan, not only for budgeting but also in your business and with your family. Curtis's motto is that what you learn today and how you position yourself will determine your future financial well-being 5, 10, 20 years from today. To learn more about how to manage your wealth in a practical way, visit www.practicalwealthadvisors.com Links and Resources from this Episode www.practicalwealthadvisors.com Email Curtis for a free report - email@example.com Call his office - 610-622-3121 Connect with Ryan Clark https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-j-clark/ https://www.instagram.com/qubemoney/ https://www.stackingbenjamins.com/qube-money-966/ The Order of Wealth Special Listener Gift Schedule a 15-Minute Call with Curtis Free Ebook Financial Planning Has Failed Show Notes Introducing Ryan Clark. - 0:09 There are a lot of great tools out there, but what's missing? The guide or expert knows how to use it and to start scaling. - 1:46 The passion for helping people achieve their purpose and help them reach their intentionality and growth mindset so that they can be more of who they want to be with money. - 3:21 How does he manage his finances in the electronic world? - 5:43 How Qube Money created a system mixing cash envelopes and technology. - 8:57 The reason why budgeting for couples fails. - 12:32 Once you start with budgeting, your life will change: But remember, you have to make savings a priority. - 16:40 How Qube works. - 19:49 Introducing budgeting and money-related topics to kids. - 23:56 Exploring: More information about Ryan's book. - 27:40 Believe in the transactional power of cash: Having cash available to do stuff, to invest in things that you know and understand is so much more valuable than the 5 to 8% that you're making in the market. - 31:09 What makes Qube unique? - 34:41 How to start using Qube in your business? - 37:51 Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Click here to subscribe with Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe with Spotify Click here to subscribe with Stitcher Click here to subscribe with RSS
Non-profit boards are experiencing a culture shift. For the first time, many boards are leaning into virtual formats, creating new opportunities for more people to get involved. Krista Martin, vice president of growth at Boardable, examines these changes every day in her work. She explains how the movement to online will make boards more accessible, and more accountable, to the communities they serve. Takeaways: Non-profit boards are entering a period of transition. Transparency on boards often comes down to making the right info available. Boardable is evolving as a product to help boards rethink how they operate. Things To Listen For: [0:55] What Boardable is and why the product focuses on non-profits [1:54] The traditional way boards meet [3:05] How going fully virtual forced boards to change [4:00] How Boardable's internal experiences with hybrid work informed the product [5:35] Why boards today are facing a “culture shift” [6:10] Boardable product features that level the playing field for involvement [7:08] Why context is everything in virtual board meetings [7:40] Virtual board meetings create opportunities for community engagement [8:40] Krista's personal experience serving on a board as a young mother [10:00] Why non-profit boards should reflect the communities they serve [11:30] How to create a “board culture” [14:10] An exploration of Boardable's product features [17:30] The challenges to creating diversity on non-profit boards [18:10] Technology can't solve all problems, but it can introduce change faster
While Democrats fight amongst themselves over getting their legislative agenda passed, Senate majority leader Chuck Shumer is locked in his own battle with minority leader Mitch McConnell over raising the country's debt ceiling. Democrats need ten Senate Republicans to join them in voting to raise the debt limit to avoid as the Washington Post put it “catapulting the country into an economic recession”. The Post also cited the potential for quote, “widespread financial havoc” - the New York Times noted widespread warnings of “global economic calamity” If all of this sounds familiar...it is. For years, the media have treated the perennial debt ceiling debate like hurricane season. Is disaster heading to our shores? When will calamity strike? What's the projected damage? Often lost in the coverage, why we have to keep reliving this crisis, in the first place. Zachary Karabell is host of the podcast “What Could Go Right” and president of River Twice Capital. He's also the author of The Leading Indicators: A Short History of the Numbers That Rule Our World. Brooke spoke to him in 2017 about this very thing.
Welcome to It's All Under Control: Week 3! We are halfway done already. Please share with us how much y'all are learning and enjoying this study. We love hearing your feedback. Did you ever learn the obedience song in Sunday school or children's church? Obedience is the very best way to show that you believeDoing exactly as the Lord commands, doing it happilyAction is the key, do it immediately, joy you will receiveObedience is the very best way to show that you believeO-B-E-D-I-E-N-C-EObedience is the very best way to show that you believeWe want to live pure, we want to live 'clean, we want to do our bestSweetly submitting to authority, leaving to God the restWalking in the light, keeping our attitude right, on the narrow wayFor if we believe the Word we receive, we always will obeyO-B-E-D-I-E-N-C-EObedience is the very best way to show that you believeLet's face it y'all, being obedient isn't easy! Being obedient is hard work, it takes discipline and self control. BUT we are learning through this study that being obedient to God is so rewarding. You are in charge of obedience, God is in charge of the results. Whew y'all! That is some powerful stuff. The results are in His control, not yours.
Need more time with your doctor? Feel like you're not being heard by your doctor? Frustrated with the lack of help you get in the traditional health care system? We have got Dr. Alec Weir, Dr. Dom's functional medicine doctor on Steady MD, here to talk about how virtual medicine may be exactly what you need. With an underlying theme of availability, convenience, and connection, Dr. Alec shares what drove him to be a functional doctor and a virtual doctor. He shares his process in becoming a medical doctor to a functional medicine doctor, what makes functional medicine different, the biggest barrier to virtual medicine, and how the advantages of virtual medicine outweigh the shortcomings of virtual medicine. He provides insight on how he navigates behavior change with his patients and the importance of a patient's relationship with their doctor. Moreover, Dr. Alec hones in on the lack of nutrition education in traditional medicine and his top tip to getting started with addressing your nutrition journey to more optimal health! Dr. Alec shares his thoughts on the future of functional and virtual medicine, in relation to insurance, and Dr. Dom shares why he appreciates Dr. Alec and the Steady MD platform. We also mention the Jen Platform in this episode. The Jen Platform is your all-encompassing physical therapist guide in your pocket. Find what you need for your problem areas, self assess and learn to explore those areas, stop scrolling through social media and get curated content for your problem areas, create movement playlists of your favorite videos, earn points to stay accountable, and share your journey and stay motivated with the community! JOIN THE WAITLIST, so you can be the first to get in! What You Will Learn In This Interview with Dr. Alec Weir 2:28 – What is it that drove Dr. Alec's journey? 3:42 – Why did Dr. Alec move into functional medicine 5:45 – How to become a functional medicine MD? 7:40 – What makes functional medicine different? 9:04 – How Dr. Alec helps navigate behavior change? 11:17 – The biggest barrier to virtual medicine: licensing in different states 12:04 – How virtual capacity affects access to care? 14:03 – What is the appropriate relationship between doctor and patient? 17:47 – Is nutrition a focus in medicine? 20:15 – Where do you start with nutrition? 23:18 – Why Steady MD? 25:48 – Why did Dr. Dom choose Dr. Alec to be his functional medicine doctor? 28:49 – Transparency, connection, and convenience with Steady MD. About Dr. Alec Weir Alec Weir, MD is a primary care and functional medicine provider with SteadyMD. Providing personalized healthcare to patients across the country. Items mentioned: Dr. Alec's profile on SteadyMD Dr. Alec's Instagram To learn more about Hiro and view full show notes, please visit the full website here: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode143/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message
Pennsylvania State Representative Kate Klunk, representing portions of York County, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss a new bill proposed by her and other Republicans, written in effort to gain more transparency and access of data related to the Coronavirus epidemic. The pushback by the Democrats features claims of Republicans trouncing on privacy laws, while Republicans argue that this is instead an update to Right To Know laws, which the Wolf administration has used to cover their lack of transparency. Kate Klunk explains why this topic is so close to her heart, telling of her grandmother who was in a nursing home as the Department of Health made horrible decisions, placing positive patients into nursing homes near those at most risk. Klunk was luckily able to gather data from her mother's nursing home facility after the state refused to provide the data that would be necessary to make a scientific decision as to whether to keep a loved one in a nursing home. Also, due to this close call, Klunk has kept on top of the issues related to nursing homes, and provides an update on the situation. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Facebook and Instagram are harming young users, according to leaked research discussed in a Senate hearing this week. On this week's On the Media, hear why lawmakers are chasing the white whale that is tech accountability. Also, how do we cover the tightly guarded, and complicated, news that comes from Guantanamo Bay? And, as the documentary industry booms, its ethics standards lag far behind. 1. Brandy Zadrozny [@BrandyZadrozny], NBC senior reporter, unpacks the evolving responsibilities of social media companies for our health. Listen. 2. Jess Bravin [@JessBravin], Supreme Court reporter for The Wall Street Journal, and Michel Paradis [@MDParadis], senior attorney for the Department of Defense, on the lasting difficulties of covering one of America's most notorious military prisons, Guantanamo Bay. Listen. 3. Muira McCammon [@muira_mccammon], doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School of Communications, on what the library at Guantamo Bay can tell us about the place and the media's coverage. Listen. 4. Patricia Aufderheide [@paufder], University Professor of Communication Studies in the School of Communication at American University, on the tension between production and ethics in the world of documentaries. Listen. Music from this week's show: Nino Rota - Juliet of SpiritsNicola Cruz - ColibriaKronos - FlugufrelsarinnVijay Iyer - Human NatureMerkabah - John ZornBooker T and The MG's - Slim Jenkins PlaceAlex Wurman - Going Home for the First Time
It was 13 years ago this month when news broke that the Wall Street investment firm Lehman Brothers collapsed, setting in motion the financial crisis that devastated the world's economy. For all the misery the financial meltdown caused, Americans have never balked at opportunities to relive the crisis through hundreds of films, books and even plays. But while greedy investment bankers have become a staple archetype of recent movies like The Wolf of Wall Street, The Big Short, and Margin Call, Hollywood hasn't always portrayed Wall Street with such cynicism. In 2018 Brooke spoke to Per Hansen, professor of business history at the Copenhagen Business School, about his study examining cinematic depictions of big business and financial institutions. Hansen sifted through 81 films to understand how America's volatile attitudes on capitalism have evolved through other periods of boom and bust. He and Brooke discussed how classics like Wall Street, It's a Wonderful Life, and The Apartment have reflected and actively shaped the way we feel about money. This segment is from our September 14th, 2018 episode, Doomed to Repeat.
By now, we're familiar with voter suppression tactics, from long voting lines to voter ID laws. On this week's On the Media, hear how election subversion takes the anti-democratic playbook to the next level. Plus, how the Russian government is using bureaucracy to stifle elections — and the press. 1. Dan Hirschhorn [@Inky_Dan], assistant managing editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer, on why his paper won't use the word "audit" to describe the wave of partisan "election reviews." Listen. 2. Rick Hasen, [@rickhasen], professor of law and political science at the University of California Irvine, on why election subversion is such a dangerous threat to our democracy. Listen. 3. Tanya Lokot [@tanyalokot], media scholar and associate professor at the Dublin City University School of Communications, on why Google and Apple caved to the Kremlin on fair election technology. Listen. 4. OTM producer Molly Schwartz [@mollyfication] on the lives and trials of Russian journalists under siege, featuring: Sonya Groysman [@sonyagro], Russian journalist and podcaster; Joshua Yaffa [@yaffaesque] Moscow correspondent for The New Yorker; Tikhon Dzyadko [@tikhondzyadko], editor-in-chief of TV Rain; and Alexey Kovalyov [@Alexey__Kovalev], investigations editor at the news outlet Meduza. Listen.