In episode #2563, we are exploring how podcasts expand drastically. Tuning in, you'll hear about how many people listen to podcasts every week in the US, creators who have successful podcasts, why the perfect time to start a podcast is now, and how you can get started. Finally, we discuss the importance of putting in the work to have a successful podcast. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:00] Today's topic: Podcasts Expand Drastically. [00:13] How many people listen to podcasts in the US every week? [01:30] A couple of creators who have successful podcasts. [02:49] Why now is a good time to jump into the podcast game. [03:30] Some tips for starting your podcast today. [03:48] The importance of having experience and researching before starting a podcast. [04:24] That's it for today! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Don't forget to help us grow by subscribing and liking on YouTube! Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Single Grain
Imagine surviving an attempted murder, kidnapping, torture and assault. Join us on this extraordinary journey as we sit down with our resilient guest Christy Ann Kanooble, "CA", who not only lived through this nightmare but also found the strength to rise above it. She fearlessly shares her experiences and emphasizes the importance of claiming the term ‘survivor'. Moreover, she discusses her encounters with censorship on TikTok, underscoring the need for change and the significance of not minimizing harrowing life experiences. This episode doesn't shy away from the hard-hitting reality of trauma and its impact on mental health. Our guest opens up about how she converted her trauma into fuel that powers her to live a fulfilling life. Her tale of recovery is a testament to human resilience, drawing attention to the distinction between justice and revenge. Tuning in, you'll realize the power of reclaiming one's narrative after surviving such atrocities. As we navigate through the episode, we delve deeper into the complexities of sharing one's trauma. From pinpointing the right individuals to confide in to understanding what we truly need, our guest provides priceless insights. Experience the power of positive thinking and gentle human interaction through her perspective. This episode is an adventure into the human spirit, resilience, and strength. Join us as we learn, grow, and find inspiration in our guest's incredible journey.Support the show
Description:Today, Lee sits down with Tom Hale, CEO of ŌURA, which delivers personalized health data and guidance to make wellness and recovery part of your daily practice. Tuning in, you'll find out how Tom went from growing up with dreams of becoming a train engineer to discovering the OŪRA Ring and writing a letter to the board about why they should hire him as CEO. You'll gain some insight into Tom's journey as a leader, which started with executive positions at Macromedia and Adobe, to becoming President of Momentive, where he set enterprise strategy and led product growth. Join us as we discuss Tom's leadership style, why he says it's lonely at the top, how he got a crash course in fundraising from raising $40 million in less than a month, and so much more!Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:AWESOME CX by Transcom provides high touch, personalized customer experience services to consumer brands of any size! Email Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about their award-winning services and Awesome Coffee Chats. In This Episode You'll Hear About:• [02:29] Tom's upbringing in a “dusty town” and his love for trains (and Dungeons & Dragons).• [08:21] What sparked his interest in the impact that business and tech can have on society.• [10:42] Some of Tom's early jobs, including computer consulting and summarizing scripts.• [18:54] The importance of learning on the job and how he went from Adobe to Second Life.• [24:23] What Tom learned about the gig economy from his time at HomeAway.• [26:27] How losing sleep led him to discover the Oura Ring and how it improved his health.• [36:49] The story of how Tom went from a customer of Oura to the company's CEO!• [44:05] Challenges facing newbie CEOs and the value of having a leadership mandate.• [46:07] Little-known realities of being CEO, including the loneliness that comes with it.• [51:44] Oura's company values, which encompass a spirit of collaboration and aiming higher.• [53:35] Viewing the fundraising journey as a lesson in what investors find compelling.• [55:42] Insight into Oura's vision for the future: from sick care to human care.To Find Out More:ŌURATom Hale on LinkedInTom Hale on XLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOStairway to CEO on InstagramQuotes:“Pulling on the threads of technology, its impact on society, how people change because of technology, and [my experience] with personal computers – it came together and led me on the path that I'm on today.” [0:10:24]“They put me in [a product management job at Macromedia], and it was probably my [biggest] learning-on-the-job moment, figuring stuff out. I remember some moments of high anxiety because I was like, ‘I have no idea what I'm doing!'” [0:17:45]2“Early in your career, if you're at a company where there's more work than there are people to do it – you can move up really quickly in your career.” [0:19:17]“[When] I went to HomeAway, I was captured by the idea that you could rent a property to someone over the internet and they would come and stay in it. It was an interesting confluence of what we today call the gig economy.” [0:25:22]“For me, during that period of losing sleep, [the Oura Ring] really changed my life.” [0:27:57]“That kind of power, giving your body a voice, is central to what Oura does.” [0:36:40]“It was all very rational and logical, but there was a strong intent behind [my letter to Oura]. Sometimes, you get that intent coming through and people say, ‘Here's somebody who's motivated.' And motivation counts.” [0:38:53]“I get most excited about working on products that I can understand, touch, and feel and [that are] relevant and relatable – on a really human level.” [0:39:43]“The role of a CEO sometimes is to go against the grain.” [0:47:14]“Our big vision is: how do we become part of the behavioral change that improves health outcomes, that transforms the healthcare industry from one where it's about sick care to something we call human care?” [0:56:14]
Where do oral medicine specialists fit in the world of oral surgery? Here on the Everyday Oral Surgery Podcast is the oral medicine specialist, Dr. Hayley Vatcher to answer this question! Tuning in, you'll hear all about Hayley's career, the process of becoming an oral medicine specialist, the types of patients she gets, what treatment she offers, how she treats TMB, all about autoimmune conditions she sees and how she treats them, and so much more! We even delve into some interesting topics such as the emotional factors involved in oral conditions and how diet plays a role in health conditions. Finally, our guest answers our rapid-fire questions. You don't want to miss this one so press play now!Key Points From This Episode:A warm introduction to today's guest, Dr. Hayley Vatcher. Hayley tells us about what led her to oral medicine and what her practice setup is like now. Where she fits into oral surgery as an oral medicine specialist. The types of patients Hayley gets and the treatments she offers. The different ways Hayley treats TMB and the main contributing factor that may cause it. The emotional factors in oral medicine and why Haley uses animal-assisted therapy. Autoimmune conditions she sees (like Sjogren's syndrome) and how she treats them. How much diet plays a role in autoimmune conditions and other medical conditions.Hayley talks about the process of becoming an oral medicine specialist. Hayley shares the best book she's read this year. Why exercise is so beneficial for Haley's oral medicine career. Hayley shares her favorite movies and TV series and her favorite quote.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Dr. Hayley Vatcher Email Address — email@example.comDr. Hayley Vatcher on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/hvatcher/Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery — https://www.charlestonoralandfacialsurgery.com/KLS Martin — https://www.klsmartin.com/The Plant Paradox — https://www.amazon.com/Plant-Paradox-Dangers-Healthy-Disease/dp/006242713X/Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology — https://www.amazon.com/Oral-Maxillofacial-Pathology-Brad-Neville/dp/0323789811/refEveryday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/everydayoralsurgery/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/EverydayOralSurgery/Dr. Grant Stucki Email — firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059
This week, Jerrad Lopes is joined by his best friend, Casey Parker, for a profound discussion on understanding our body's signals. Much like a fire alarm alerts us to danger, our body sends out alarms revealing the state of our soul. Dive deep with us as we explore how to recognize and respond to these cues, using them as tools to foster emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. Tune in and discover a pathway to a more attuned and whole manhood.
Hey, everyone. Sheevaun Moran here. Normally, I do a little series called driving for your success. I'm not in the car right now. I'm waiting for a call. I thought I'd give you a little tip or a little tidbit, a little hint for the day. It's really about keeping your heart in alignment with your true vision and mission no matter what anybody else really wants you to do. There are certain ways of doing business that feel icky and there are certain ways it feel really good and yummy in your heart. Turn your heart on. Turn the volume up. Say I am that I am. Really give yourself the intuitive hint of taking action or taking inaction, meaning don't take action on something you know you're not supposed to and really just say yes more effortlessly. Your heart will lead to higher intuition which leads to ease and grace which leads to your epic life. Love to hear from you. Love to catch up with you. Make sure to go to SheevaunMoran.com and there's a little free book there for you if you just put your email address in. Otherwise, subscribe to the channel below. We'll see you on the airwaves. How to use intuitive hits and heart to increase your energy, success, health and inspiration. http://epiclifewisdom.com Exercises that get you into your body effortlessly. http://sheevaunmoran.com CONNECT WITH ME: Full site http://www.sheevaunmoran.com Twitter http://www.twitter.com/Sheevaun Facebook http://facebook.com/sheevaunmoran Google+ http://plus.google.com/+Sheevaun Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/Sheevaun Blog site http://www.sheevaunmoran.com/blog/ Subscribe to my channel! / energeticsolutions Connect with me: For more of these articles and rule breakers, energetic solutions or concepts for more ease and grace in your life or business connect with me at http://sheevaunmoran.com and grab my 5 Essential Energies for Success. • Success Using Intuition | Driving for... ~-~~-~~~-~~-~ Please watch: "Turning and Tuning into Your Ease | Driving For Your Success | Sheevaun" • Turning and Tuning into Your Ease | D... ~-~~-~~~-~~-~
In episode #2558, we dive into actionable hacks to succeed on X's new algorithm. Tuning in, you'll hear how to navigate some of the new features, the difference between different kinds of engagement, and what you can do today to stand out from the crowd, increase your reach, and be boosted by the new X algorithm. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:00] Today's topic: the secrets behind the X algorithm. [00:08] Neil confesses that he does not know what is behind the new algorithm. [00:15] A new feature where blocking people from seeing your posts is no longer possible. [00:35] The difference in engagement between a like and a reply. [01:50] Why you should add context whenever you are reposting. [01:58] Why changing your account to creator type is a wise precaution. [02:07] Using more media in your posts in response to X's recategorization. [02:24] Creating bookmark-worthy posts which supersede replies and engagement. [02:38] Posts about trending and popular topics. [02:58] Types of content that will not be boosted. [03:38] The key to success on X. [03:49] What most people are doing wrong on social media. [03:20] That's it for today! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: X AppSumo Don't forget to help us grow by subscribing and liking on YouTube! Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Single Grain
Mark Nepo is a poet and philosopher and a most eloquent spiritual teacher. In 2015, he was given a Life-Achievement Award by AgeNation and in 2016 was named by Watkins: Mind Body Spirit as one of the Most Spiritually Influential Living People. He was part of Oprah Winfrey's The Life You Want Tour in 2014 and has appeared several times with Oprah on her Super Soul Sunday program on OWN TV. As a cancer survivor, Mark devotes his writing and teaching to the journey of inner transformation and the life of relationship.Mark Nepo is the author of many audio learning projects and over 20 books including Reduced To Joy (Cleis Press 2013), Seven Thousand Ways to Listen: Staying Close To What Is Sacred (Free Press 2012), The One Life We're Given: Finding the Wisdom That Waits in Your heart (Atria Books 2016), More Together Than Alone: Discovering the Power and Spirit of Community in Our Lives and in the World (Atria Books 2018), Drinking from the River of Light: The Life of Expression (Sounds True 2019), The Book of Soul: 52 Paths to Living What Matters (St. Martin's Essentials 2020), Surviving Storms: Finding the Strength to Meet Adversity (St. Martins' Essentials 2022) and Falling Down and Getting Up: Discovering Your Inner Resilience and Strength (St. Martins' Essentials 2023). His many audio learning courses include Staying Awake (Sounds True 2012) and Holding Nothing Back (Sounds True 2012Interview Date: 6/30/2023 Tags: Mark Nepo, inner truth, integrity, Rabbi Omer-Man, noise, guiding center point, inner voice, enlivening, friendship, disheartening, discernment, Kalevala, isolation, Joseph Bruchac, original instructions, Philosophy, Personal Transformation, Relationship
Amy Robeson is a Master Akashic Records Teacher, Light Language Master, and Mentor who helps people tap into their most powerful inner potential to experience profound transformation and magik. She is passionate about exploring spiritual concepts and truths and encourages her students to get curious and stay curious. As the founder of Sacred Awakening, she has created a powerful Akashic Records program, allowing her students to receive answers in any area of their life so they can live an empowered, aligned life. Amy is the perfect guide, breaking down complex spiritual concepts to meet her students where they are and helping them overcome roadblocks, outdated beliefs, and even trauma to achieve their highest good. ___________ Awakenings with Michele Meiche is your place for information and insight to understand the Global Shift of Awareness and Awakening to live a more Soul fulfilling life and experiencing Soul fulfilling relationships. Awakenings broadcasts ‘Live every Wednesday 12pm -1:30 pm PT Call in for Intuitive and Numerology Readings # 347-539-5122 Michele answers questions about Awakening, Spirituality, Metaphysics, Dreams, Self-Development and the Soul Path. Keep connected with Michele: YouTube – Soul Insights & Tarot-https://www.youtube.com/user/lightbeing21 YouTube Awakenings with Michele Meiche Podcast – https://www.youtube.com/@AwakeningswithMicheleMeiche Instagram- @michelemeiche Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/michelemeiche Twitter - @michelemeiche FB- @michellemeiche Mentorcam (website/app) for mentoring questions & life advice https://mentor.cam/michelemeiche Email email@example.com for guest and topic suggestions, as well as to have your questions answered ‘On Air'. advice
Do judges impose harsher sentences on Friday afternoons? In this episode, Dr. Cass Sunstein, law professor, former administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, and co-author of Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness, joins host Annie Duke, co-founder of the Alliance for Decision Education. They discuss the concept of noise, inconsistencies in human judgment that can arise even when people are presented with the same information. Annie and Cass talk about how we are more likely to believe things we hear repeatedly, even when they're not true, and how “nudges” can positively influence our choices without us realizing it. Cass also sheds light on the surprising impact group polarization has on everyday decision-making, including the tendency of juries to impose harsher sentences collectively than any individual jurors would choose alone. This has big implications for the group decisions we make every day at work, at home, and in our families!
There are many ways our intuition may speak to us, and no two people are alike in how they tune into their inner wisdom! Lynda Samphire joins me in this episode to explore the ways in which we can experience our intuition beyond words or concepts by tuning into the felt sense. We also discuss what can block our intuition, practices that help connect you to your unique gifts, and the importance of grounding and integration in the Earth realm. Lynda has worked in the healing arts for over 15 years as a transformational coach and intuitive healer. Her own deep exploration within brought a deep connection and remembering to self forward. She now shares her journey for others to achieve the same through her expanded consciousness program, based on expansion and opening of the heart center. Key Takeaways:
In our last episode, Mariah Coz joined me to discuss our predictions for what the future of online business could look like. Today's episode continues where we left off and gets into how these predictions will impact marketing in the online business world. Tuning in, you'll learn why there's no one-size-fits-all approach to marketing, and how you should tailor your marketing strategy depending on your business model, whether that's one-to-one, hybrid, or one-to-many. I unpack the answers to some commonly asked questions, including how niche you should go and how to identify who you're talking to, before taking a look at how audiences have changed over the past few years. You'll also find out how your audience impacts your efforts to be more visible and nurture leads, plus advice on what you can do to take your next steps! I want you to market your business in a way that works for YOU, not just now, but also in the future. So, join me as I break down everything you need to know about the future of marketing for online businesses! Thank you for listening! Please subscribe, rate and review The Strategy Hour Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. For show notes, go to thestrategyhour.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Breathe… And tap into your inner wisdom. PAUSE… A deep breath in and then exhale slowly on the out… PAUSE… Take a moment to tune into And find your Center. LONG PAUSE… Listen into to your breath, Into your body, Your mind, Your gut. LONG PAUSE… You already have a knowing, A knowing of where you want to go, Where you've been, What is coming next. LONG PAUSE… Just feel into this knowing, This inner wisdom. PAUSE… Believe in you, Believe in this internal understanding. LONG PAUSE… You are an infinite abundance of wisdom, With a knowledge of insight and perception. Always believe and tap into this, And you'll always know your way. Namaste, Beautiful
In this week's episode we're re-airing one of our top episodes with Sarah Gibson Tuttle, the CEO and founder of Olive & June, an innovative at-home nail-care brand that's disrupting the industry. Risking everything you have to pursue a dream can be the scariest but most rewarding thing a person can do in their life. Today's guest has done just that. Sarah spent a decade in equity sales trading at Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan. She never thought she'd become an entrepreneur until her love for Drybar inspired her to create the same thing, but for nails. Although everybody thought her idea was crazy, Sarah was confident it would work and put all her savings into the first flagship store. Olive & June is now successfully democratizing nail care with their full suite of at-home mani and pedi products. In today's episode, we talk about how life's curveballs can be the biggest gift to sending you on a new path to rediscover your purpose and Sarah explains what it was like for her to ditch her safe corporate job to follow her passions, what kept her in her previous job for so long, and how her divorce added to her motivation to shake things up. She also shares the fears and imposter syndrome she overcame on the journey and the importance of therapy in her personal and professional life. Tuning in, you'll hear how Sarah got funding, how she built a strong community around her brand, and how she has successfully pivoted over the years (especially during COVID). She also shares the importance of delegating and how, as a wife, mother, and entrepreneur, she manages it all. For a very vulnerable real conversation on what it takes to build a multimillion-dollar company from scratch, tune in today!In this episode, we'll talk to Sarah about:* Overcoming career leap obstacles. [03:27]* Sarah's enduring passion through entrepreneurial challenges. [05:31]* Sarah's lengthy tenure as an equity sales trader. [08:52]* How divorce spurred her to shake things up. [12:25]* Building connections, embracing resistance. [17:38]* Therapy, empathy, and the impact of divorce. [22:50]* Overcoming fear and investing life savings. [26:03]* Creating a brand community. [29:02]* Balancing vision and adaptability. [37:05]* Olive & June's pandemic pivot and community support. [38:09]* Sarah's fundraising approach and investor relations. [40:32]* Valuable investment advice appreciated in hindsight. [44:18]* Juggling different life aspects. [48:22]* Team-building, delegation, and relinquishing control. [52:39]This episode is brought to you by beeya: * Learn more about beeya's seed cycling bundle at https://beeyawellness.com/free to find out how to tackle hormonal imbalances. * Get $10 off your order by using promo code BEHINDHEREMPIREFollow Yasmin:* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yasminknouri/* Website: https://www.behindherempire.com/Follow Sarah: * Sarah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gibsontuttle/* Olive & June Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oliveandjune/* Olive & June website: https://oliveandjune.com/* Get 20% off your first nail system - use code: BEHINDHEREMPIRE10 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dealing with things like depreciation, tax deductions, and cost segregation, can feel overwhelming and inaccessible as a first-time real estate investor, but it doesn't need to be. Today on the show we chat with Erik Oliver, a Cost Segregation Expert and Regional Manager with Cost Segregation Authority, a company that specializes in Cost Segregation studies. We talk with Erik about how he pivoted to pursue this area of real estate and why he finds so much satisfaction in helping people save on their taxes. Tuning in you'll hear Erik break down the role of depreciation in real estate, the mechanics of how it works, and how you can capitalize on it under the current tax laws. We also discuss when you can implement a cost segregation study based on the value of your property as well as other elements of your investments. Erik shares his advice for anyone looking to make a career change, as well as insights into how he maintains momentum in his work while raising young kids and making time to spend with his family. We had a great conversation with Erik, and if you're interested in learning more about cost segregation, depreciation, and tax deductions, make sure you tune in today!Key Points From This Episode:Introducing today's guest Erik Oliver a Cost Segregation Expert and Regional Manager with the company, Cost Segregation Authority.An overview of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how that relates to cost segregation.Some of the motivations behind the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.The standard depreciation that accumulates when you buy a building.The benefits of depreciation and why it doesn't apply to land.A breakdown of cost segregation and the role it plays in depreciation.How cost segregation can accelerate depreciation.The IRS approved guidelines that cost segregation experts use in their processes.The difference between how personal property and real estate depreciates.The different approaches companies can take to evaluate a property's worth.How a lookback study allows you to reevaluate the value of your property and incorporate a cost segregation study years after you acquired it.Insights on when to implement a cost segregation study depending on the value of your property and other aspects of your investments.A breakdown of what bonus depreciation means and how it relates to cost segregation.Erik's advice to listeners who are considering a significant career change, particularly towards real estate.What Erik does to maintain a balance between the momentum in his career and having a family and young kids at home. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Cost Segregation AuthorityErik Oliver on LinkedinLimitless EstatesPassive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate Facebook Group
Zygomatic implants are not yet commonplace for all practitioners. Dr. Solomon Poyourow is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon practising in Southern California, and he joins us to share his insights on the various techniques and tips to master the process. Tuning in, you'll hear what initially sparked his interest in zygomatic implants and some helpful tools he used to build his knowledge on the subject. We explore the value of 3D models, how to use them, and how to create one before Dr. Poyourow draws our attention to the pterygoid implant osteotome and its pivotal influence on the procedure. He also introduces listeners to a number of other essential tools and explains why it is beneficial to use the services of an anaesthetist for this particular technique. Touching on steroid usage and exceptions for diabetic patients, Dr. Poyourow lists important considerations and offers his prediction for the future of zygomatic implants. Join us today to hear all this and more from today's highly knowledgeable guest!Key Points From This Episode:Dr. Poyourow's experience with zygomatic implants and what sparked his interest in them.Navigating the challenge of getting an implant in the pre-molar position.Helpful tools on the path to mastering this procedure, including video content.What Dr. Poyourow gained from the two-day cadaver head course he partook in. Why he recommends printing your own 3D model and how you can have one created.The useful addition of a pterygoid implant osteotome and where to acquire one.Corresponding number of drills for different implants.Potential complications and how to prevent them.An additional instrument: the diamond-cutting burr, and how to use it.Why it can be valuable to bring in an anaesthetist before the procedure. Costing and pricing structures and what to factor in.Post-op medication and preventing infection. Why it's so useful to have a zygoma hand-piece in procedures like this.Approaching steroid dosages for patients and those with diabetes.Why it is important for an implant not to be too close to any of the cortices. Another important consideration regarding the bone. Dr. Poyourow's predictions for the future of zygomatic implants.A recommendation for a book series that he loves by Michael Connelly.Speculating as to whether or not David Goggins would behave differently if he was a doctor.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Dr. Solomon Poyourow on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/solomon-poyourow-8b22668/Dr. Solomon Poyourow Email — firstname.lastname@example.orgZygomatic Implants — https://www.amazon.com/Zygomatic-Implants-Anatomy-Guided-Carlos-Aparicio/dp/1850972257Noris Medical — https://norismedical.com/Michael Connelly — https://www.michaelconnelly.com/ David Goggins — https://davidgoggins.com/Everyday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/everydayoralsurgery/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/EverydayOralSurgery/Dr. Grant Stucki Email — email@example.comDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059
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Most real estate investors relax once the LOI period is over but that is a huge mistake! Loads of things can go wrong between LOI and the close of the deal, and joining us today is Corey Peterson to tell us all about possible bumps in the road. Tuning in, you'll hear all about our guest's remarkable career, why Corey works with an attorney in certain instances, his personal LOI timeline, why you need to understand your seller's ‘why', and so much more! We delve into who should draw up the purchase and sell agreement before discussing how money is made in operations. Some of the best deals seasoned investors have ever done are the ones they chose to walk away from, and in this episode, Corey reminds us to know when not to close. To hear all this and even learn from our guest's biggest investing regret, press play now!Key Points From This Episode:A warm introduction to today's remarkable guest, Corey Peterson.Corey tells us about his experience in real estate investing. What can go wrong once you sign your LOI. Why Corey prefers for his attorney to handle matters instead of the broker. Corey walks us through his LOI timeline and the 120 days he gives himself to close on a deal. The importance of understanding why your seller is selling. Why you should give your broker a purchase and sell agreement, not the other way around.A reminder to know when to walk away from a deal and to underwrite conservatively. Corey explains the concept that money is made in operations. How we can learn from our guest's biggest regrets from the beginning of his career.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Text “Book” to 480-500-1127 to get Corey's book shipped to you for free!Corey Peterson on LinkedInCorey Peterson on XCorey Peterson on InstagramKahuna InvestmentsCopy Your Way to Success: Standing on the Shoulders of GiantsThe Multifamily Legacy PodcastAsset Management Mastery Facebook GroupBreak of Day CapitalBreak of Day Capital InstagramBreak of Day Capital YouTubeGary Lipsky on LinkedInJoseph Fang on LinkedIn
Today, I have the incredible privilege of introducing Lia Valencia Key, the visionary force behind Valencia Key, a jewelry line that not only boasts beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces, but also carries empowering messages for women. Lia's journey is one of triumph over adversity. Growing up in a disadvantaged Philadelphia neighborhood, she, along with her mother, sister, and brother, once called a homeless shelter their home. It was in those challenging times that her mother imparted a timeless lesson: 'Your predicament does not determine your destiny.' She instilled in Lia the habit of wearing sparkling earrings, reminding her of the inner light and boundless potential within. Lia transcended her circumstances, earning a master's degree and subsequently becoming a globally renowned cosmetologist and stylist. Today, she's on a mission to inspire others through her jewelry, a tangible symbol of believing in one's dreams. In our conversation, we'll explore Lia's journey of shattering barriers, her unyielding pursuit of her passions as an entrepreneur, and the remarkable power we all possess to shape the lives we desire. Plus, Lia will share invaluable tips on overcoming fear and embracing a life of courage. Lia and her Valencia Key jewelry line have been featured on Good Morning America, QVC, and one of Oprah's Favorite Things. WOW- welcome, Lia! Connect with Guest Lia: Website: valenciakey.com Instagram: @liavalenciakey Contact Host, Heather Pettey: Heather@HeatherPettey.com Website: www.HeatherPettey.com Purchase Keep It Simple Sarah Heather's Bio: Heather is a perfectly imperfect wife of 28 years to David, mom to 4 amazing humans ages 12 to 26, and lover of Jesus. She's a closet peanut M&M and Goldfish cracker consumer. Heather is passionate about encouraging women to find joy and remain sane while parenting teens. The laughter and support happens weekly on her podcast, Life Coach BFF Show. When not podcasting or curating for CLUB BFF Mastermind (a membership for Christian moms of teens), she's coaching moms to live confidently, set clear boundaries, and learn to build their fire in the rain. Heather is also the author of Keep It Simple, Sarah: Powerful Words and Encouragement for Christian Teen Girls. Heather has made appearances on CNN Headline News and other media. She believes life is a long line of lessons, and in her opinion, it's all about faith and good ol' common sense. She happily resides with her family in Memphis, TN. *Quick Disclaimer- I'm a coach and not a therapist. Always seek the support of a therapist for clinical mental health issues.
Betsy Smith, Director of Title IX Services at ICS, takes the role as host this episode and interviews Jared Smith - former K12 administrator, ICS Client Relationship Specialist and her husband. Tuning in, you'll hear about Jared's experience in education leading up to his current role, and how he brings everything he learned there to his work. From his early perceptions of what Title IX encompasses to his view on effective discipline and more, Jared shares his practically informed perspective on Title IX compliance for K12. This conversation also serves as a word of encouragement for anyone working in the field and feeling alone. Alienation is common to the experience of those holding Title IX roles, and support is available despite the siloed nature of the job. Tune in for practical advice and powerful insights sure to improve your day-to-day compliance efforts. Thanks for listening to this unmissable episode! Key Points From This Episode: Exciting changes with the Law & Education Podcast. Introducing Betsy Smith, Director of Title IX Services, who plays host to her husband, ICS employee Jared Smith. Jared's role as a Client Relationship Specialist at ICS. What Jared considers the most rewarding thing about his experience in K-12. The hardest part of the role he used to occupy. His strategy for dealing with difficult parents. Jared's role on the ground as an administrator in the Title IX space. Jared's early perception that Title IX is only about athletics. A word of encouragement to those feeling alone in their Title IX work. Why having flow charts and steps set out was so helpful to Jared in implementing Title IX in a complex matter. What it was like to occupy a disciplinary role while providing Title IX Support. Building personal relationships with school kids. The importance of creating trust: having their best interests in mind. Why it's easy to feel siloed within this work. An incentive for positive engagement using a fire alarm. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Betsy Smith on LinkedIn ICS Lawyer Higher Ed Community Access K-12 Community Access Higher Ed Virtual Certified IX Training K-12 Virtual Certified Title IX Training ICS Blog Courtney Bullard on Twitter Courtney Bullard Email
Welcome to PCOS Awareness Month here at Fertility Forward! Today we are joined by an incredible naturalistic doctor, Lana Butner to discuss all things holistic PCOS management. Tuning in, you'll hear about what drew Lana to natural medicine, what PCOS is, how it manifests, the problematic traditional process of diagnosis, and so much more! Our holistic expert offers nutrition and exercise tips tailored to women managing PCOS followed by a illuminating discussion on cortisol and stress in PCOS. We then explore how mindful eating and acupuncture can assist in alleviating symptoms. Finally, Lana talks about her PCOS course and recipe books! You don't want to miss this one so be sure to press play now!
If there's one person who is intimately familiar with what it means to be a woman making her way in a male-dominated field, it's today's guest, Manuela Nicolosi, an Italian international soccer referee, speaker, and entrepreneur. Manuela is an undeniable trailblazer and has a series of barrier-breaking accomplishments to her name. Not only is she the first woman to referee a Men's European Final (the Super Cup between Liverpool and Chelsea in 2019), but she is also the first Italian woman to referee the final of the Women's World Cup. In today's conversation with Manuela, we talk about her journey as a soccer referee, her love of the game, and the challenges she's faced while navigating a field dominated by men. We learn about the strict rules that governed Italian soccer when she was growing up, how this prevented women from becoming referees, and the change in regulation that took place when she was only 15, opening up new opportunities for women. Not only did this allow her to pursue her huge dream of making a name for herself in soccer, but it paved the way for her to inspire other young women to do the same through her work as a public speaker. Tuning in you'll learn about many of the skills you need to master as a top-level referee, such as being able to make quick decisions under pressure and remaining calm and balanced when players and fans are (sometimes aggressively and angrilly) challenging your decisions. We then go on to examine how these skills can translate to other leadership positions and why learning to accept your mistakes and take them in stride is such a game-changer. Today's episode is deeply inspiring and a powerful reminder of what it means to follow your dreams, no matter the odds, so be sure to tune in! Key Highlights From This Episode: • Learing about our inspiring guest today: Manuela Nicolosi. [00:21] • Her strong relationship with her father, their shared love of soccer, why he objected to her playing professionally, and how he came to support her dream of refereeing at a high level. [03:13] • Italy's outdated rule that only men could be referees, and the Federation's decision to open up opportunities to women. [05:41] • The tragic loss of her father when she was 16 years old and her desire to make her father proud through her work. [09:53] • Manuela's experience of being the only woman in a male-dominated field, the challenges she has had to overcome, and how her dedication helped her persevere. [13:56] • What Manuela has learned about how to remain focused when she makes a mistake and what this can teach us about leadership. [19:24] • The resistance and active opposition you face from players and why it's important to remain calm and firm in your decisions. [23:27] • The intense selection process to referee for the World Cup, what it was like for Manuela to referee the Finals, and the tremendous pressure she faced as a woman. [29:12] • The crowd's beautiful reaction to seeing the first ever group of women refereeing a World Cup final. [36:05] • Find out about Manuela's children's book and what she has learned from her work as a speaker. [38:19] For More Information: Manuela Nicolosi on LinkedInManuela Nicolosi on Instagram The Magic in You – Soccer Dreams with Sophia Book Manuela to Speak Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz Join Kathy in her Fall 2023 Career & Leadership Growth LIVE Courses – Choose the One That Suits You Best (or take BOTH) and Move Forward Fast in Your Career and Leadership! This Fall I am happy to be offering BOTH of my top-rated LIVE training courses – starting the week of September 25th, 2023. 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People were supportive. Also in the local Federation, people were supportive. They helped me with many games. I always had someone coming with me and giving me advice.” — [0:11:49] “I only had one goal, I was focused, I wanted to achieve always more and more and more.” — [0:15:11] “When you referee you also need to learn [to say] ‘Okay, I made the mistake. I will think about that. I will analyze that later. But I need to continue running, continue be focused on the game because otherwise I will keep making errors.'” — [0:19:27] “The crowd did a very beautiful thing. Normally when referees go out on the pitch, or are warming up before the game, they always whistle. [But] in this case, we went out and all of the stadium started clapping.” — [0:36:24] “I think we girls are afraid of competition. They are not taught that it's good to be competitive. It's good!” — [0:41:19] Watch our Finding Brave episodes on YouTube! 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In this episode of Deep Listening, host Rebecca Wierman delves into the crucial distinction between "hearing" and "listening" and its profound relevance to intuitive living. Rebecca challenges you to consider if you're truly listening or merely hearing while multitasking or distracted. Rebecca provides you with a scientific overview of hearing, explaining how sound travels through our ears. However, she emphasizes that hearing is just the beginning of the journey. The real gem lies in listening, a conscious, intentional act that connects us deeply with ourselves and others. Rebecca explores how this transition from hearing to listening can facilitate healing through sound and presence. Deep listening, as Rebecca describes it, allows us to tap into our intuition, fostering self-trust and stronger relationships. Join Rebecca in this thought-provoking episode to uncover the transformative power of listening and its connection to intuitive living. Learn how sound healing and deep listening can help you trust your intuition, make aligned decisions, and improve your relationships. Unlock the potential of listening and discover that what you seek can be found in the sound. To join The Records: On-Demand Sound Healing, please visit www.thisconsciousness.com and get your 7 days free. --- GIVEAWAY Enter to win 3 free months of The Records when you subscribe, rate, and review this podcast. Before you hit submit on your review, take a screenshot and send it to Rebecca on Instagram @soundwithrebecca or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're already one of the many subscribers to The Records, don't worry, you can still enter the giveaway! --- Ready to learn more about sound and vibration? Subscribe to Field Recordings, a weekly newsletter.
Erik Rutan is a legendary guitarist and producer best known for his work with/in Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel, and Hate Eternal. Chapters:00:00:00 - Introduction to the Riffhard podcast with Erik Rutan00:03:14 - Seeking Improvement in Guitar Playing and Life00:06:40 - Prioritizing and Focusing on Career Goals00:10:25 - The Ability to Adapt in Music Production00:13:55 - Reflections on Patience and Character00:17:08 - The Importance of Patience and Routine in Music00:20:49 - The Importance of Stretching00:24:10 - The Power of Mindset and Shutting Out the Noise00:27:39 - The Importance of Yoga and Guitar Warm-Up00:30:48 - Finding Inspiration in Music and Writing00:34:13 - Wailing and Autopilot Playing00:37:40 - Preparing Mentally for a Performance00:41:08 - Overcoming Challenges and Finding Relaxation00:44:15 - The Benefits of Meditation during COVID00:47:27 - The Benefits of Meditation and Learning a Song00:51:11 - Trey Azagthoth's importance 00:54:25 - Learning and Understanding Songs from Specific Bands01:01:11 - Learning Guitar with Tab01:04:29 - Finding Motivation for Learning Guitar01:07:40 - Respecting the Legacy and Adapting to the another band's Sound01:11:07 - The Legacy of Cannibal Corpse and the Dynamics of the Band01:14:37 - Diving into Different Amps and Tones01:18:01 - Capturing the Moment: Trying New Things in Music01:21:33 - The Flow of Songwriting with Collaborators01:24:54 - The Creative Process of Songwriting01:28:15 - Expressing Comfortability Within Oneself01:31:25 - Achieving Consistent Natural-Looking Kicks01:34:48 - Tuning and capturing performances01:38:20 - The Importance of Sound Alignment in Music production01:41:40 - Be Yourself and Embrace Your Differences SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/RIFFHARDPODCAST LISTEN ON SPOTIFY AND APPLE: https://spoti.fi/3orTur3 https://apple.co/3BROI9t FOLLOW EYAL & RIFFHARD: https://www.instagram.com/eyalleviurmaudio/ https://www.instagram.com/weriffhard/ WEBSITES: http://riffhardpodcast.com http://riffhard.com
In this episode we discuss the relationship between interoceptive processing, conscious and subconscious as well as how that relates to the polyvagal theory. We explore how interoception changes in the different states of the nervous system, such as ventral vagal, sympathetic, and dorsal vagal states. We also discuss the role of interoception in emotions and feelings, and how it can impact social interactions. Our conversation begins our discussion around the importance of understanding interoceptive processing in clinical practice and hopefully offers insights into how we can support individuals with different interoceptive needs.Check out DFX's learning journeys to build your clinical reasoning skills with Tracy: https://dfxlearningjourneys.thinkific.com/ Curious about Regulation 101, follow our link or email us for more information:https://seedot.thinkific.com/courses/regulation-101 Timestamps00:00:00 - Introduction to the episode and announcement of available training00:03:23 - Discussion on the relationship between interoception and polyvagal theory00:06:19 - Importance of understanding the receptors in interoceptive processing00:08:13 - Interception extends beyond visceral organs to include other receptors00:09:19 - Interception involves both physical sensations and emotional feelings00:12:01 - Context of sensation and social touch00:14:27 - Receptors becoming bristly when not open to receive touch00:21:13 - Neuroceptive function of comfort and safety00:23:26 - Tuning into social cues and internal/external focus00:26:42 - Relationship between state and receptor activation00:28:20 - Stretch receptors and their role in processing interoceptive information00:30:07 - Electrical and chemical changes in interoceptive processing00:31:44 - The role of mismatch and posterior insula in emotion00:33:59 - Shift from subconscious to awareness-based processing00:38:44 - Impact of interoception on mobilization00:41:53 - Tracy discusses the interaction between polyvagal system and interoception00:43:08 - Tracy explains how states impact interoceptive cues and choices00:48:42 - Discussion on the role of attention in interoceptive awareness00:49:52 - The anterior insula's role in drawing attention to interoceptive signals00:50:59 - Individual differences in valence tipping and interoceptive awareness00:54:40 - Treatment considerations for interoceptive cues and shame triggersKey Takeaways:Interoception involves the processing of internal bodily sensations and emotions.Interoceptive processing is influenced by the state of the nervous system, such as the ventral vagal state, sympathetic state, and dorsal vagal state.The quality and function of interoceptive receptors can change depending on the state of the nervous system.Interoceptive cues can signal safety or threat, leading to different physiological and emotional responses.Attentional processes play a role in interoceptive processing, with the ability to shift attention between internal and external cues.Our Favourite Quote from this episode:"The valence-based function of interoception tells us if something is good or bad, and if we want more or less of it." – Tracy M Stackhouse. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
[REPOST] Your brand is a whole lot more than the products or services you sell. Your brand is what you stand for, and establishing your core beliefs can help you stand apart from the rest, attract like-minded clients, and better serve your community. Today's guest is Ryan Mack, Chief Commercial Officer at Made In Network. As CCO, his job is a mix of marketing, entertainment, business development, and corporate strategy. Prior to this role, Ryan was the President of Virtue, which is the creative agency of Vice, where he led efforts globally with a specific focus on the Americas. This sums up what he has been doing most recently, but Ryan has a wealth of experience and a diverse body of work, which you'll hear more about in this episode; where it all started, what drew him to content marketing, and what his philosophy looks like today. One of the things that stands out about this interview is Ryan's perspective that the death of social media is bureaucracy. Once there are too many decision-makers on something as simple a tweet, he believes that it stifles creativity and outcomes. Tuning in, you'll hear about his experience with this and how he sought to make social media intentional again by moving to a smaller agency. He speaks about the importance of establishing your core beliefs as a brand and how it can help you become more agile, but don't overthink it! The best brands don't. Ryan offers advice for those just starting out in content creation, emphasizes the power of collaboration, and shares his predictions for the future of digital content. Tune in today to find out more.Find Ryan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanjmack/ Key Points From This Episode:Find out how Ryan first got started in marketing, sparked by his fascination with the internet.How risk and constant experimentation have served him in his career.Ryan explains how he takes risks based on what is demonstrating traction in the market.What got him interested in creating content: the question, ‘What are we going to say?'Establish your core values as a brand, but don't create bureaucracy around daily mechanics!The opportunities Ryan saw in the rise of social media and how he positioned himself to capitalize on them.Balancing quantifiable results and creative content that aligns with the brand.Ryan talks about some of the most exciting projects he worked on during his time at Carrot.Hear about Ryan's transition from Carrot to Virtue at Vice; competing as a creative agency.From Virtue to Made In Network; he talks about his passion for making “small things medium.”The momentum and traction in episodic, intentional scheduled programming from an entity.Ryan explains why a creator would want to compete with traditional media outlets.What brands can learn about building brand equity from this perspective of creating a media housVenturing into Fashion TechExploring the convergence of fashion tech, entrepreneurship, and fashion business. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyWaves with Mike (@mmmiiike) and Mitzi (@mmmitzi). For more from Arcade, follow us on Instagram and TikTok @helloarcade. https://www.arcadearcade.ca/
Zach and Rhett kick things off with a catch-up on recent projects. Rhett celebrates his new 100 watt Two Rock Classic Reverb Signature, which recently terrorized a couple sitting in the front row of one of his gigs. Then guitarist Ariel Posen logs on to, first and foremost, clear up how to pronounce his name. He gives a quick tutorial: just say guitar, add “ee” and “ell,” then take out the “guit” sound.Posen and Rhett swap horror stories from working on film sets, where they were expected to do way more than their job descriptions covered. Both agree that the film life is infinitely worse than touring. “I don't know shit!” protests Posen. “I'm just a guitar player, dude!”Posen discusses how he got into playing slide in standard tuning by learning George Harrison leads (blues slide guitar was never his thing), but Canadian guitarist Kevin Breit inspired him to try open tunings, a process with “a lot of trial by fire, lots of, ‘oops, sorry!'” Blake Mills' 2014 record Heigh Ho prompted Posen to chase lower tunings, although Korn, Limp Bizkit, and Big Wreck lit that same candle years earlier. For the open tuning-curious, Posen suggests starting in open E.Posen talks about how he wrote his new record, and the honesty and simplicity behind his favorite lyricists like Jason Isbell. Finally, the trio dig into how to stack and squeeze the best sounds from your fuzz pedals. (Is a mini version of the Mythos Argo fuzz pedal coming? Zach doesn't say yes—but he doesn't say no, either.) Finally, the crew dips a slick Americana rig that draws a trio of impressive scores.Subscribe, like, and leave us a comment!Big thanks to Sweetwater for sponsoring this episode. Head to http://sweetwater.com for all your musical gear needs. Sign up on our mailing list: http://eepurl.com/iaCee5Support us on Patreon for access to our discord server and other perks! https://www.patreon.com/dippedintoneFollow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dippedintoneDipped in Tone is:Rhett Shull https://www.rhettshull.com/Zach Broyles / Mythos Pedals https://mythospedals.comPremier Guitar https://www.premierguitar.com/
Jon Miller, CMO at Demandbase, and Billy Bateman, Co-Founder & VP of Operations at Signals, recognize that there are many questions that surround the world of AI. These speakers from the AI Revenue Summit bring to light how AI generated tools are incredibly efficient at content transformation. To stay current on our latest events, follow us on Linkedin. Useful Timestamps:1:17 - How has your team at Demandbase been using AI?1:40 - Resource: What's Happening in AI by Chris Penn3:39 - "T" in GPT stands for transformer, not creator6:00 - Examples of how Demandbase utilizes ChatGPT to automate information8:43 - Interview tactics to understand candidate through use of ChatGPT11:27 - Tuning the algorithm15:48 - What AI can do vs what the human can do17:35 - Machine learning is a type of AI20:47 - Future of Demandbase and their use of AI24:56 - Companies with the best data is doing to deliver the best AI. Companies with poor data is going to lead to poor data output. 27:23 - Concluding Remarks
Your Dream Practice. Just thinking about it might cause you to sigh with longing. But like planning a dream trip, you must be clear on where you want to go. As I've been planning some trips lately, I've been pondering this parallel.Without knowing where you're headed, working toward a dream practice becomes muddled. It can even become little more than an exercise in frustration and futility. But if you know where you want to go, a world of possibilities opens up. You can figure out the path and the how. And it all starts with first knowing how to identify what your dream practice looks like.“The degree to which you don't know what you truly want is the degree to which you won't ever get it.” – Dr. Sara DillWhat You'll LearnRecognize your focusIt's going to feel uncomfortableKnowing what you don't wantKnowing what you do wantIdentify your beliefs about your futureHow to identify your ideal job (your “too good to be true”)Tuning in and getting clearContact Info and Recommended ResourcesMy Book: The Doctor Dilemma: How to Quit Being Miserable Without Quitting Medicine by Dr. Sara Dill, MDPodcast Episodes that pair well with this one:Goal Setting for a More Amazing LifeHow To Not Use Gratitude (or any emotion) Against YourselfWhen to Quit vs When to GritAre you Upper Limiting Yourself?How To Know If You Are A Good Doctor?Connect with Dr. Sara Dill, MDThe Doctor's CoachThinking about working with me? I have room for new clients, so don't hesitate to schedule a FREE consult call: saradill.com/schedule.I may be busy but I really do read and respond to all my own emails. Why? Because I look forward to corresponding with my podcast listeners. You can write to ask me questions, recommend something you'd like to hear me talk about or even just say hello. email@example.com/coachingFacebookInstagram
The endocrine system consists of a network of glands and organs throughout the body and is responsible for a range of bodily functions. Through the release of particular hormones, the endocrine system provides signals for organs and tissue that tell them what to do and how to function. As a result, endocrine disorders, such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, or hypothyroidism, are often quite complex and need to be given special care and attention by healthcare providers. For today's episode, we welcome back Dr. Andrew Jenzer to talk about endocrine disorders and how to manage these conditions when treating patients as an oral maxillofacial surgeon. Tuning in, you'll hear Dr. Jenzer provide a detailed breakdown of common endocrine disorders, like diabetes, and how to manage complications that might arise from these disease states. Dr. Jenzer unpacks the differences between type one and type two diabetes, how to assess patients on a case-by-case basis, and what to consider when treating them. He also discusses the symptoms of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism and the physiology of the thyroid and shares his advice for avoiding unnecessary supplementation of steroids. For a comprehensive breakdown of the most common endocrine disorders, the symptoms associated with them, and what to bear in mind when treating patients, be sure to tune in and hear all of Dr. Jenzer's pertinent observations and insights!Key Points From This Episode:Introduction today's topic: endocrine disorders and management.A comprehensive breakdown of type one and type two diabetes as endocrine disorders.Questions to ask patients about how well-controlled their diabetes is.Instructions on managing a patient based on their blood sugar.Diagnostic tests that definitively diagnose diabetes.Insight into how to manage diabetes.An overview of the negative scenarios that can occur in a patient with diabetes.When and how severe dehydration occurs in diabetic patients.Instructions on how to rehydrate patients and the recommended fluids to use.The similarities and differences between Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) and Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State (HHS) and how to address and treat them.A warning on the rare possibility of cerebral edema in patients with DKA or HSS.Ensuring you do due diligence on any medications your patient may be on.Why it's always recommended that you consult your patient's endocrinologist.Why patients will sometimes have more than one endocrine disorder to be managed.Information on steroids and how to avoid unnecessary supplementation for patients with endocrine disorders.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Medicine Review: Cardiology (with Dr. Andrew Jenzer) — https://podcasts.apple.com/sk/podcast/medicine-review-cardiology-with-dr-andrew-jenzer/id1535284898?i=1000614877276KLS Martin — https://www.klsmartin.com/en/ KLS Martin Bien Air implantology — https://www.klsmartin.com/en-na/products/power-systems/bien-air/KLS Martin Headlights MedLED® — https://www.klsmartin.com/en/products/headlights/KLS Martin Surgical instruments for dental and oral surgery — https://www.klsmartin.com/en/products/surgical-instruments/instruments-for-dental-and-oral-surgery/Everyday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Or
In today's episode, Gina shares a guided meditation with listeners that focuses on using the breath as an anchor. The meditation unfolds over time with guidance to return awareness to the breath, thereby maintaining mindfulness throughout. Improve your peace of mind and meditation skill with this simple guided meditation. Listen in today! Please visit our Sponsor Page to find all the links and codes for our awesome sponsors! https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com/sponsors/ Thank you for supporting The Anxiety Coaches Podcast. Find even more peace and calm with our Supercast premium access membership! https://anxietycoaches.supercast.com/ Here's what's included for $5/month: ❤ New Ad-Free episodes every Sunday and Wednesday ❤ Access to the entire Ad-free back-catalog with over 600 episodes ❤ Premium meditations recorded with you in mind ❤ And more fun surprises along the way! All this in your favorite podcast app! To learn more go to: https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program Learn more about our One-on-One Coaching What is anxiety? Quote: We can endure almost anything if we are centered if we have some focus in our life.You can endure if you have an anchor. -Renita J. Weems Chapters 0:00:24 Introduction to the concept of a meditation anchor 0:01:20 Purpose and benefits of using an anchor in meditation 0:02:07 Different types of anchors, focusing on the breath 0:03:10 Other potential anchors: body sensations, sounds, visuals, mantras, etc. 0:04:13 Importance of using a meditation anchor and its benefits 0:05:05 Introduction to Breathing Anchor Practice of Mindfulness 0:06:06 Settling into a Comfortable Position for Meditation 0:07:03 Focus on the Physical Sensations of Breathing 0:08:51 The Goal of Mindfulness: Observing the Present Moment 0:09:45 Stepping Back and Observing Yourself 0:10:03 Embracing Inner Experience: Finding Balance 0:10:28 Tuning into our Inner Experience 0:11:18 Gaining insight through detachment from thoughts and feelings 0:12:16 Observing the shifting nature of thoughts and ideas 0:12:53 Focusing on the Sensations and Movements of the Breath 0:13:32 The Power of Anchoring in the Present Moment 0:14:19 Using the Breath as Your Anchor 0:15:19 Succeeding in the practice of remaining with the breath 0:15:47 Finding Focus Through Breath Awareness 0:16:53 Gratitude for the Practice 0:17:01 Finding Strength in Centeredness and Focus Summary In this episode of the Anxiety Coaches Podcast, we explore the concept of using a breathing anchor during meditation to calm an anxious mind. A meditation anchor serves as a focal point that helps to maintain presence and prevent the mind from wandering. One of the most accessible and commonly used anchors is the breath. By directing our attention to the physical sensations associated with breathing, we can ground ourselves in the present moment. To begin, find a comfortable position and maybe close your eyes. Focus on the natural movement of your breath and take notice of where you feel it the most in your body. Engage in non-judgmental curiosity and let your focus settle on the breath without forcing or changing it. As you continue, remain aware of any thoughts that arise, but avoid reacting or becoming overwhelmed by them. Remember that thoughts are not hard evidence – they simply exist, and we have the power to choose how we respond to them. With consistent practice, the ability to detach from thoughts and feelings can be developed. By observing these mental phenomena without giving them too much meaning or influence, we can gradually shift our perspective and regain a sense of control. This detachment allows us to gain insight from our thoughts and feelings without being consumed by them. We recognize that our minds and hearts are not rigid, but instead are capable of change. By directing our attention back to the breath, which serves as our anchor, we remain rooted in the present moment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To stand out as a recruiter, you need to shift your focus from being transaction-based to being relationship-based. Today on Talk Talent To Me, we are joined by the founder and CEO of the Estes Group, Kaylee Estes to discuss something we rarely delve into, the agency side of recruiting. Tuning in, you'll hear all about Kaylee's career, why she decided to start her own company, how she made use of the skills she's best at, what makes the Estes Group different from other staffing firms, and much more! Kaylee talks us through the pressure associated with being a working mom before we explore unconscious bias, the freedom you have from being your own boss, and how functional recruiters fit into the recruiting world. Kaylee strongly disagrees with financial incentives and instead, her goal is to ensure that candidates are the right fit for a job. She even tells us how she makes sure she is representing companies well and finally, shares some words of wisdom for anyone brave enough to start their own business. Key Points From This Episode: Why we've decided to bring more guests on the show from the agency side of recruiting. A warm welcome to Kaylee Estes and how she ‘fell' into recruiting. How Kaylee made the choice to start her own company. How she leveraged all of the skills she is good at within her business. How she decided she didn't want to work for someone else anymore. Kaylee shares some of the struggles and pressures that working moms experience. How unconscious bias affects recruitment and the freedom being your own boss brings. What makes Kaylee's company different from others of its kind. Kaylee explains what a fractional recruiter is and where they fit in. Why Kaylee is against financial incentives for recruiters to make hires. The importance of being relationship-focused as a recruiter. How Kaylee makes sure she is representing companies well. Kaylee shares some words of wisdom for anyone wanting to start their own company. Quotes: “My goal is to help [clients] – make better hires.” — Kaylee Estes [0:07:46] “Yes, people need to know how to make hires but at the end of the day, they just need to make good hires and they need help with that.” — Kaylee Estes [0:07:58] “Being a mom factored a lot into my decision to start a business and it was definitely not going to be a barrier to starting a business – it was my motivating factor.” — Kaylee Estes [0:15:35] “I promise every company that I work with [that] they're not going to get candidates from me because I convinced that candidate to take the job.” — Kaylee Estes [0:20:27] “In agency recruiting, your compensation is directly tied towards a candidate accepting a position and staying there for a certain amount of time.” — Kaylee Estes [0:27:11] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Kaylee Estes on LinkedIn Estes Group Talk Talent to Me Hired
For the full show notes and access to resources mentioned in this episode visit www.meaganfitzgerald.com/podcast/episode85 In today's episode, I go over some business advice I received that I definitely didn't follow. It can be difficult to discern what is good advice and what is garbage, but it's so important to do a gut check and see what you really feel before taking action. In different phases of my career, I've heard everything from negative opinions about my goals, to dismissive and some flat-out rude comments. It can be hard to ignore the bad, but there is so much good ahead when you do! Topics discussed: I got into some health updates with my daughter's hip dysplasia. How I heard negative things about my career changes and choices and why I decided to ignore them. Choosing to create a positive attitude despite the naysayers. Knowing what's right for you doesn't mean that other people will embrace or understand it. Finding good advice among all the business noise. Working on your own personal growth and development will help you separate good advice from bad. Links/Resources Mentioned: Abundant Business: https://meaganfitzgerald.com/abundantbiz Connect with Meagan: Website: https://meaganfitzgerald.com/ Instagram: @megfitz.gerald
MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman chat with BisiMoto himself - Bisimoto Engineering's CEO & Chief Engineer - Bisi Ezerioha! Bisi talks about his big EV revelation, personal collection, Bisimoto's new project car - the Moby X, his chemical engineering background, his drag racing history, the wild west of EV tuning, and working on Teslas! 2:54 - Bisi's big revelation about EVs in 2018, at CES. 6:40 - "EVs have No Soul". 9:05 - First time driving an EV? His own Porsche 935 project car for SEMA! 16:13 - "The first time I drove this thing in my shop, I almost urinated on myself... I'm an enthusiast first, and I love speed, I love acceleration... It is intoxicating." - Bisi. 18:16 - "There's a weird connection to the tarmac that I didn't experience with my other cars that are petrol. Almost like my petrol engines dampened that feedback." - Bisi. 21:12 - 935 K3V. Model unboxing, & build. 28:45 - How did petrol friends react to his EV conversion? 30:52 - When did EV conversion happen personally? 35:42 - Bisi's personal fleet. 38:25 - Tesla Model S Plaid Launches - "Wow, it reminds me of my drag car... It's shocking for a sedan. It shouldn't be that fast." - Bisi. 44:41 - More Bisi cars. 56:12 - State of EV aftermarket space. 59:42 - Batteries & Battery improvement. 01:05:21 - Bisi's personal & educational background. Chemical Engineering! 01:17:51 - Where his love for cars came from. 01:23:01 - When did Bisi start drag racing? Compton street racing scene. 01:25:57 - The moment that sparked his interest in performance modification. 01:30:14 - Lightbulb moment at his first drag race. 01:34:20 - Behind the nickname "Bisimoto". 01:36:57 - Cultural soup that led to the Fast & Furious. Tom Young, "Let's race for $5,000." 01:40:44 - Street Racing tricks - dome light distractions & hiding nitrous. 01:44:34 - Career arch, stopped racing in 2014. 01:45:20 - How much are you actually able to tune EVs? Wild Wild West. 01:58:26 - Working on Teslas - "I want to keep learning." - Bisi.
"Founders are made to look like superheroes. They get up at 4am, meditate, take ice baths, work 100 hours a week… I think it's a super unhealthy culture."Today's 40 Minute Mentor shines a light on the realities of Founder life, and his passion for reframing how the world sees and perceives credit. We are excited to welcome Tim Chong, Co-Founder and CEO of Yonder, to the podcast. Yonder is on a mission to build a credit experience that empowers young people to live their best lives and build responsible spending habits, at the same time. Tune in to today's episode to discover: ➡️ The unhealthy culture surrounding Founder life [03:53] ➡️ Growing up around computers and the influence on his tech journey [05:25] ➡️ Exploring the world and creating high impact as a consultant [07:33] ➡️ Pivoting from consultant to Founder [10:17] ➡️ How a revolutionised economy in Kenya started the story of Yonder [15:02] ➡️ How Yonder is supporting young people and their social lives via credit spend [21:35] ➡️ Tuning in to Founder interviews to scope out early stage challenges [26:50] ➡️ How to keep going during an economic downturn [29:57] ➡️ Selling the long-term thesis to win over investors [35:40] ➡️ The significant impact of early hires and Yonder's culture [39:58] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Tim: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-chong/➡️ Find out more about Yonder: https://www.yondercard.com/
The array of public health threats we face is expanding rapidly and everyone has a responsibility to have a level of preparedness for these situations. We continue with another MITRE-sponsored episode and are joined by Dr. Monique Mansoura to discuss her incredible career in public health and how we can all be prepared for public health disasters. Tuning in, you'll hear all about Monique's wonderful career, what inspired her to get involved in public health, what she is most passionate about, her role at MITRE, and so much more! We then delve into the kinds of public health threats we face and how we can be prepared before Monique reminds us of the importance of empowering individuals through personalized public health. Finally, our guest shares some invaluable advice for anyone pursuing a career in public health. Thanks for listening in! PHEC Podcast Show Notes: https://www.PHECpodcast.com
Welcome to part two of my amazing conversation with Jason Belmonte, the greatest bowler of all time. He has won a record number of 15 major championships and has been named PBA Player of the Year 7 times. He is also the second person in PBA history that has won the Super Slam, winning all 5 PBA major titles in the same year. If you haven't yet listened to part one, be sure to check it out first. 00:00 Dealing with the defeat in 2008- At first, 60th of 63 contestants- Jason thought he was better- Watched what the best players in the world were doing- Won the eighth event 03:48 Tim Mack and the first contract- Tim was the best amateur player in the world- Called his sponsor to see Jason- Flew to Las Vegas for the tournament- Signed the contract for Storm Bowling 08:06 The courage to ask for what you want- You have to be OK to hear No- Finding the best way to ask for something- Show value and give them a reason not to say No 10:46 How to deal with hate and loneliness- Cheating accusations affected his mental health- Being constantly on a defense drained him- The jealousy of his competitors- Decided to focus on his supporters, not haters- The small inner circle of family and friends 20:24 Dealing with people that envy your success- His roommate wasn't happy about his first win- Becoming successful very young feels lonely- The story of Norm Duke coming to his defense 36:13 Bowling with two hands- Jason doesn't know the science behind it- Bowling with two hands became popular 39:17 The growth of the bowling industry- The industry is a wild beast- It has many opportunities to grow- The sport needs the right people in the right places 42:43 The importance of mental preparation and confidence- World Series comeback after 71 games- Self-belief is a huge element in the recipe for success- Understanding your own success 46:27 Throwing a ball outside of a NASCAR car- Promoting the game in an unusual and funny way- An incredible moment 50:25 The importance of Extreme Preparation- An honest discussion with yourself about why you are not as good as you can be- The goal is to figure out where you can improve and dedicate time to doing that52:54 Fill in the blanks to excellence- The biggest lesson I've learned- Number one professional goal- Number one personal goal- And more...Sponsors:Sandee | Bliss: BeachesWant to Connect? Reach out to us online!Website | Instagram | LinkedIn
Hello friends, let's get comfy so we can explore some new and old triggers that I find quite blissful! Thank you for being here! 00:01 Hand movements 01:45 Sound healer card 03:04 Tuning fork 07:57 Eye pads (not iPads) 10:54 Purring leaf 13:33 Plastic files 15:48 Russia brush 17:55 Hand movements #ASMR #GentleWhispering #relax --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maria-gentlewhispering/support
In the world of engine tuning, two names (strange as they may be) are often at the top of the list. These companies upended the racing world with their attention to detail and refusal to accept anything but the best in terms of power, precision, and yes, speed. Today on Past Gas, we take a look at Spoon and Mugen. How did these companies start? How have they evolved over the years to stay on top? What are their plans for the future? And where did they get the name ‘Spoon' from, anyway? Thanks to our sponsors: Stop wasting money on things you don't use. Cancel your unwanted subscriptions – and manage your money the easy way – by going to https://RocketMoney.com/GAS. Start building your credit up. Open a Chime Checking account with at least a $200 qualifying direct deposit to get started. Get started at https://chime.com/gas. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://betterhelp.com/PASTGAS and get on your way to being your best self. Claim your $75 CREDIT now at https://Indeed.com/PASTGAS! More about Show: Follow Nolan on IG and Twitter @nolanjsykes. Follow Joe on IG and Twitter @joegweber. Follow Donut @donutmedia, and subscribe to our Youtube and Facebook channels! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/PastGas. If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/PastGas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey Soothers! Here's something I deeply believe: the body is a sacred vessel. It is the physical container for and way we express our heart, soul and mind in the world. However, too many of us rarely consider our bodies in this process, and it's hard to slow down to connect and listen to its needs and wisdoms. I find HSPs in particular can really struggle with this, as we may have had to disconnect early on in life from our bodies and live mostly in our analytical heads. But the reality is the wisdom of our bodies, and then the care of our bodies, is so important in our work, our leadership, and our life. So today I dive into one way we can begin to get back in rhythm and touch with our bodies — our menstrual cycles. Don't have a cycle? I'll teach you some nature-based strategies for aligning with a similar approach and energy. The future of the world is leadership that is cyclically informed, respectful of our bodies' needs and wisdom, and aligned to a natural cycle. Tuning into our bodies and menstrual cycles is one important way to begin to create this future.Join me for three days in September for the Highly Sensitive Person Leadership Summit! For one hour each night, in community, on September 5, 6 and 7, we'll come together to discuss three elements of leadership that are particularly important for Highly Sensitive People.The Sunday Soother podcast is a spin-off of The Sunday Soother, a weekly newsletter that creates conversations around compassionate personal development and helps readers access their spirituality, magic and mindfulness in practical, actionable ways.You can find Catherine @candrews on Twitter and Instagram @catherineandrews, and her coaching website is catherinedandrews.com.Through the Highly Sensitive Person Leadership Academy (HLA), a transformative leadership program designed specifically for highly sensitive individuals, you'll embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. Get on the waitlist now for an earlybird discount, behind-the-scenes leadership content, and to be the first to know when HLA is open!
Do you ever get the feeling that the universe is speaking to you? Are you wondering when the right time to take action really is? Listen as Reiki Master April Pfender shows you her path to her power and the methods she uses to get there. She shares her experiences and guides you to use your energy in a way that leads you to live your purpose and a more fulfilling life. “When in doubt, do nothing.” – (12:49), Lauren. In this episode, April shows you how to tap into your spiritual purpose and how to clearly distinguish all the responses you receive. From understanding and embracing the yes's to realizing that no and maybe, are the same thing. You'll feel armed with the knowledge you need for whatever's happening at the moment. You'll feel a new sense of awareness after listening to this episode. “As creator beings, we know we're not playing that game of it's happening for me because I created that stream of consciousness.” – (14:52), April. Find your path of awakening and power by using big prayers and using your heart in the decision-making process. Listen and be inspired by the energy that exists within you. You'll be motivated to release all doubt and embrace the positivity inside! “When someone wants to ciphon your energy, you can say I really want to hear what you're saying right now but I'm not available for that at this time and we should circle back later.” – (26:24), April. In this episode: (3:16) – You have a path of awakening. (4:39) – How to thrive when you're going through a transition. (4:50) – Cultivating your power of purposeful, big prayers. (5:53) – How to make the most out of coming out of your cocoon. (6:38) – How to listen to the responses you receive. (7:43) – Tuning into your spiritual meaning and purpose. (8:25) – How you know you're right where you need to be. (9:26) – If life sends you a maybe, how to decipher the meaning. (10:49) – How to determine life's messages. (10:57) – The importance of “running” your decisions by your heart. (11:57) – Weigh what belongs to you and what's yours. (15:11) – Naturally channeling Reiki. (16:43) – Why giving Reiki to a source you're not attuned to can deplete you. (22:41) – What to do when you encounter negativity. (23:48) – The benefits of working on your personal energy. (24:14) – The benefits of cleansing your energy. (24:43) – Why some lessons of life repeat. (35:02) – Things to do so you can maintain positive. (35:41) – The ramifications of not spending time in quiet. (36:33) – Why you want to commit to your body temple. (37:50) – Remember that everything is temporary! (38:37) – Allow your “creator being” to speak up for yourself. Resources and Links 52 Weeks of Hope https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauren-abrams-83b8b421/ https://www.52weeksofhope.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyLA7Rb6E0PtKBhPGu1vcjA https://www.facebook.com/52weeksofhope/ https://www.instagram.com/52weeksofhope/ https://twitter.com/52weeksofhope Get your FREE Confidence and Clarity Growth Scorecard Go to https://www.magicmind.co/hopelauren and get up to 50% off your subscription for the next 10 days with my code HOPELAUREN. April Pfender https://www.goldenlightalchemy.com/aboutme https://www.facebook.com/goldenlightalchemy?locale=ms_MY https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/April-Pfender/201259616
Today I dive into Hip Hop turning 50 years old, A killer AI Bon Scott version of You Shook Me All Night Long, and the craziness of 80's Rock Fashion. Thanks for Tuning in and Please leave a review on iTunes. Dont forget to Subscribe to my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/@deandelray/videos All Tour Dates at https://www.deandelray.com/ Join my Patreon for over a 100 Bonus Episodes of LTBT https://www.patreon.com/DeanDelray