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Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Christian now. Good luck figuring out why., The Friendly Atheist, By Hemant Mehta, November 12, 2023https://www.friendlyatheist.com/p/ayaan-hirsi-ali-is-a-christian-now?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=95153&post_id=138793020&utm_campaign=email-post-title&isFreemail=true&r=oa4eg&utm_medium=email Ayaan Hirsi Ali's recent conversion to Christianity sparks a critical discussion among the panelists. They discussed the nuances of her shift from atheism. Jonathan sets the stage, framing Hirsi Ali's journey as a departure from her traumatic past with the Muslim Brotherhood.Infidel, skeptical of the conversion, sees it as more of a political move than a spiritual awakening. He criticizes the lack of convincing elements in her narrative and views her alignment with conservative Christians as a strategic choice rooted in fear and the search for like-minded allies. Infidel humorously notes the absence of a "Road to Damascus" moment in her story and quips about waiting for "Damascus plus," adding that God has had 2000 years to make a better entrance.Phoebe expresses disappointment, characterizing the conversion as hollow. She finds it devoid of the spiritual depth one might expect and likens it to a 15th-century conversion in the 21st century. Her critique extends to Hirsi Ali's adoption of terminology like "woke ideology" without celebrating any positive aspect of her newfound faith.Cynthia, citing a potential lack of deep theological exploration in Hirsi Ali's essay, questions whether the conversion stems more from trauma than an authentic spiritual quest. She points out the danger of turning atheism into a new form of dogma and emphasizes the diversity of beliefs among atheists.Jonathan weighs in on the oversimplification in Hirsi Ali's narrative, particularly her comparison of woke ideology to Islamist extremism. He expresses sadness over what he perceives as intellectual dishonesty and a willingness to be used by right-wing organizations for their agenda.The panel collectively addresses the intersection of religion and politics, noting the challenges of separating the two in public discourse. They conclude with a sense of disappointment, viewing Hirsi Ali's conversion as a departure from genuine intellectual exploration and a move towards aligning with a particular political ideology.In summary, the panel's discussion reflects a critical analysis of Ayaan Hirsi Ali's conversion, emphasizing the need for authenticity, spiritual depth, and a careful examination of the intersection between personal beliefs and political affiliations. The tone maintains professionalism while conveying nuanced perspectives.
Donna Reed and Eric Seemann are both professional real estate agents. Donna lives and works in Tucson Arizona with Keller Williams Southern Arizona while Eric lives and works in San Antonio Texas with Keller Williams Heritage. They are also siblings, and they grew up in a small Northwest Ohio village of Lindsey. Their idyllic small-town childhood laid the foundation for what would become the structure of their lives and careers in real estate. We hope you will join us as we reminisce, reflect, and correlate how our childhood and life in rural Ohio still impacts our dealings with our clients today. As Donna recovers and recuperates from surgery, Eric takes the lead and mic in a solo episdoe, and no he did not run this content by his co-host at all. Early in Seaosn 2, we floated the idea of capturing the essence of your lifestyle in 3 words. Now almost a full year later, I'm ready to talk about it. I think I (We) nailed it. Website: www.realsiblings.com Watch Episodes on YouTube at: REAL Siblings, It Ain't Easy To reach out to Donna: Email: email@example.com Phone: (520) 631-4638 Facebook: (2) Donna Seemann Reed | Facebook To Connect with Eric: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (210) 389-6324 Facebook: (2) Eric V. Seemann | Facebook Texas Real Estate Commission - Information About Brokerage Services Texas Real Estate Commission - Consumer Protection Notice
This past fall I had the lovely opportunity to visit the Lazio province of #Italy and be introduced to Emma and Scott, owners of Olive Hill Sabina. This special olive farm just outside of Rome makes a great day trip or #weekend #getaway to learn all about the process from planting to harvest to tasting. A truly immersive experience.Here is a little bit of our interview - ⏱️TIMELINE⏱️1:33 How it all began2:19 Olive Hills Sabina.com4:50 Oops, lost in translation6:11 Olive Farming 1017:18 Unconventional choices on purpose8:00 Organic Certification Requirements8:45 Markets9:23 Well-oiled9:48 Experiences on the Farm11:08 Bed & Breakfast - OPENING SOON!11:51 Local sites to see & more13:08 Easy to get to from Rome and around Italy!14:05 Olive Hill Info on social mediaTo book a trip to Ireland or a consultation:CALENDARTo inquire about a trip or plan a trip to ITALY:New Traveler Profile FormTo join us for a RIVER CRUISE in PORTUGAL: CLICK HERE!For More CONTENT:
In this Artist Exploration, Alli Mauzey from Kimberly Akimbo on Broadway and MTCA Director Charlie Murphy discuss: Unconventional journeys and early rejections How Alli's athletic background informs her art Unpacking Quirkiness Using family and friends as inspiration for character choices Be sure to check out Alli at: https://www.allimauzey.com/ @alli_mauzey on Instagram Don't miss out on MTCA Events! Check out more HERE! If you have any questions about the college audition process, feel free to reach out at email@example.com. If you're interested in working with MTCA for help with your individualized preparation for your College Audition journey, please check us out at mtcollegeauditions.com, or on Instagram or Facebook. Follow Us! Instagram: @mappingthecollegeaudition YouTube: @MTCA (Musical Theater College Auditions) TikTok: @mtcollegeauditions Charlie Murphy:@charmur7 Meghan Cordier:@meghanmarie2014 About MTCA: Musical Theater College Auditions (MTCA) is the leader in coaching acting and musical theater students through the college audition process and beyond with superlative results. MTCA has assembled a roster of expert artist-educators who can guide students artistically, organizationally, strategically, and psychologically through the competitive college audition process. MTCA provides the tools, resources, and expertise along with a vast and strong support system. They train the unique individual, empowering the artist to bring their true, authentic self to their work. MTCA believes that by helping students reveal their potential it allows each school to connect with those who are truly right for their programs, which in turn guides each student toward their best college fit. About Charlie Murphy: Charlie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's BFA program. As an Actor he has performed with theaters such as: NY Public Theatre's “Shakespeare in the Park”, The Pearl Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Kinetic Theatre Company, and the Shakespeare Theatre of DC. With MTCA [Musical Theater College Auditions -- mtca.nyc], he has been helping prospective theatre students through the college process for over 15 years. As a Teacher and Director, he is able to do a few of his favorite things in life: help students to find their authentic selves as artists, and then help them find their best fit for their collegiate journey. Through this podcast, he hopes to continue that work as well as help demystify this intricate process. This episode was produced by Meghan Cordier and Charlie Murphy. Episode theme music is created by Will Reynolds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, we are excited to have Ed Stulak, whose journey began with a passion for hockey, but eight years ago he made a bold move to transfer to the world of real estate. He used his knowledge of social media to propel his real estate business to a new level. In our conversation with Ed, we explore how he recognized the crucial role social media plays in our lives today. Instead of simply adapting social media, Ed took a different approach and became a specialist in leveraging social media for real estate success. He not only embraced its intricacies but also found innovative ways to use it as a tool for generating leads and converting them into tangible results. Ed's unique perspective on social media engagement is a game-changer. In this episode, you'll learn about the strategies he employs to stand out in this crowded digital world. Currently, at the head of Orbis Group, a thriving real estate group based in New Jersey, Ed leads a team of 12 agents. Tune in as Ed shares the highs and lows of his journey, and the lessons he's learned along the way. This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to take a different and more effective approach to social media engagement, whether in the real estate industry or beyond.
We dive into the riveting journey of Peggy Northrop, a true publishing powerhouse, as she unravels the invaluable lessons acquired over 30 years in the corporate arena. From navigating the cut-throat publishing landscape in the 90s to earning her "Corporate Ph.D." under the mentorship of Vogue Magazine's Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour, Peggy swiftly ascended to the coveted role of Editor-in-Chief at prestigious publications like Reader's Digest, More Magazine, and Sunset.In the face of unprecedented challenges, including the digital transformation of print media and the economic upheaval of 2008, Peggy not only weathered the storms but emerged stronger. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to establish her independent publishing company, a feat achieved while balancing a demanding full-time corporate role. Now, as a seasoned consultant, trusted advisor, board member, and investor in female-driven enterprises, Peggy reflects on her three-decade journey, sharing insights that transcend the pages of her illustrious career.
Welcome to episode 68 of the Child Care Genius Podcast! We're excited to share some fantastic news! Tickets for the upcoming Child Care Genius Live Conference in Las Vegas from April 14th-16th, 2024 are now available at a special Black Friday rate. But hurry, this offer won't last long—visit childcaregenius.com for more details! This month, our podcast is highlighting a special series focusing on men in child care. In today's episode, unforeseen circumstances have led me to step into the interviewee role. I'll be delving into my eight-year journey running our child care center solo, sharing insights, challenges, and the successes along the way. Join me as I discuss the unique dynamics of managing a child care business as a man in an industry traditionally dominated by women. Carol and I also share some personal insights into our dynamic roles, with her homeschooling our five children while I took the lead in the child care business. We talk about the transition of roles, the hurdles faced as a man in an industry dominated by women, and the triumph of passing the business back to Carol. It's a candid and heartwarming conversation that provides a unique perspective on our journey. In this episode, I'll also be offering advice for men interested in the child care business, exploring the thriving demand and the incredible potential for success. Additionally, I'll share insights into why I started writing books about my experience in the child care field and the valuable lessons they hold for aspiring entrepreneurs in the child care industry. Tune in for an engaging episode filled with peals of wisdom and an intimate view of our adventure into the child care world! Mentioned in this episode: ALEAF Insurance (Official Child Care Genius Podcast Sponsor), Specializing in child care insurance) Contact Blake Sanders for more information: (972) 866-4065, firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.aleafinsurance.com/child-care If you need help in your child care business, consider joining our coaching programs at Child Care Genius University. Learn More Here. https://childcaregenius.com/university Connect with us: Child Care Genius Website Submit a Podcast Question Here Like us on Facebook Join our Owners Only Private Mastermind Group on Facebook Join our Child Care Mindset Facebook Group Follow Us on Instagram Connect with us on LinkedIn Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Buy our Books Check out our Free Resources
Welcome to another inspiring episode of "Ultimate Ambitions"! In this engaging conversation, we're excited to introduce Seth Fontaine, a remarkable individual whose journey to his ultimate ambition is as unconventional as it is inspiring. Seth, who grew up near Los Angeles, shares how his family's love for music influenced his early life. Despite facing the challenge of being deaf in one ear, Seth's story is a testament to how he turned this obstacle into a stepping stone towards his passion for music. Seth takes us through his experiences - from the world of sales and marketing to profound explorations in meditation and spirituality. These diverse paths led him to discover his true calling in music. You'll hear about his adventures in managing a DJ, the hurdles of entering the music industry, and his bold step to start his own venture. Seth's journey is a compelling narrative of persistence, open-mindedness, and the courage to venture off the beaten path. We delve into themes of overcoming limitations, embracing life's challenges, and the pivotal role of following one's passion. Seth's diverse interests, from film production to music, reflect a journey filled with self-discovery and relentless ambition. This episode is more than just a story; it's an inspiration for anyone chasing their dreams and seeking to find their place in the world. Tune in and let Seth's journey motivate you to pursue your ultimate ambitions! Highlights: "The only limitation that you're experiencing is you...” "You're never going to 100% be ready. You just got to kind of throw yourself into it and give it your best." "Don't argue for your limitations." Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction and Seth's Background 05:06 Journey to Self-Discovery 11:28 Philosophy on Life and Career Choices 12:27 Challenges of the Music Industry 14:48 What It Means To Be A Manager 20:20 Overcoming Fear 34:06 Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs and Creators 38:48 Life's Greatest Lesson
Gratitude is the seasoning that flavors our journey—reflecting on the unconventional recipe of working less, strategizing more, and embracing the courageous shift in belief systems. This Thanksgiving, we savor the transformative energy of stepping outside the box, grateful for the continuous commitment to growth and the unexpected blessings that follow. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nick-davies7/support
In the latest episode of "Needed Conversations," Ryan and Viktoriya Cole discuss the art of building an Intentional Marriage for 2024. Discover what it truly means to have a marriage rooted in purpose by rethinking "romance" in marriage, date nights, and the faulty ideas you have about marriage.
Welcome back to another season of the Oxford Policy Podcast. This is our first episode of the academic year 2023-2024. It is also the start of a new series called “People of the Master of Public Policy”. In this first episode of this series, we have Shuab Gamote as our guest. Shuab is a current MPP student and a passionate advocate for educational equality. This episode is about Shuab's personal story of growing up in Manchester, experiencing a sometimes failing school system and making it his own political mission to promote quality education. You will also learn about what brought Shuab to the School of Government and what advice he will give to future applicants.
The Importance of Self-Reflection: "I think it is probably one of the most important things ever because if you don't know yourself, you're going to spend a lot of time, energy, and effort in places, doing things that are not aligned. And you're going to be frustrated, and you're going to have this sense of wandering your whole life and not really being able to put your finger on why." — Mike Brennan On this episode of Creative Chats, I'm sharing a conversation I had with Lisa Robbin Young, host of the Creative Freedom show, where she asked me about my evolution as a creative person. In this interview, I share some candid and raw storytelling, and along with Lisa Robbin Young's insightful commentary, our conversation will leave you inspired to embrace vulnerability, find your unique voice, and connect with others through your creative journey. Here are 3 key takeaways from our chat that I think you'll find inspiring and valuable: 1️⃣ Follow your passion and purpose: My journey from graphic design to full-time ministry to being a creative entrepreneur reflects the importance of aligning your work with your passions and what truly fulfills you. Don't be afraid to explore different paths and make changes to find your own purpose-driven creative journey. 2️⃣ Embrace vulnerability and face your fears: I openly shared his struggles with depression and feeling invisible, emphasizing the importance of facing uncomfortable truths and fear in order to grow. Being seen and heard is essential for both personal and creative fulfillment, so don't be afraid to share your authentic self with the world. 3️⃣ Consistency and self-care are key: My daily art practice and journaling, as well as seeking therapy, were instrumental in my journey towards overcoming depression and finding motivation. Consistently showing up for your creative practice, even in small increments, can lead to significant personal and artistic growth. Additionally, prioritizing self-care, such as therapy, can provide the support and clarity you need on your creative journey. Order your copy of my book, Make Fun a Habit: The Creative PLAYbook for Making Life and Work Fun Again at www.MakeFunaHabit.com Join the free Facebook community, "Daily Creative Habit," where you can connect with like-minded individuals and cultivate your creative journey. Make sure to subscribe to the "Daily Creative Habit" newsletter, delivered to your inbox, for inspiration and practical tips. And don't forget to grab your copy of the "Daily Creative Habit" guided creative journal, designed to ignite your imagination and help you develop a consistent creative practice. www.DailyCreativeHabit.com
As Ecommerce entrepreneurs, we may not consider ourselves traditional investors. But in today's digital landscape, we're all in the business of selling and investing in our future. We may not have a stock ticker or a brick and mortar property, but we have websites and digital assets that hold incredible potential and can produce amazing cash flows.Today we have the privilege of welcoming a true trailblazer in the world of digital investments, Matt Raad, CEO of eBusiness Institute Australia. He has defied convention to achieve financial freedom through a path that started with nothing and transformed into a high cash flow portfolio by buying and selling online businesses.Here's how he does it.This episode of Deal Closers is hosted by Izach Porter, brought to you by WebsiteClosers.com, and is produced by Earfluence. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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No matter the occasion, when buying a gift for the kid(s) in your life, you want to WOW them without breaking the bank or seeing your investments lying in the "toy graveyard" 2 months from now, taking up space or making a mess, never to be played with again. I GOT YOU!I've compiled a huge list of mostly unconventional items your strong-willed child will lose their mind for, and continue playing with for months or years to come! They're not super expensive, they're not super messy, they're not annoying, and they still retain the "fun to watch them open" factor!The overall GOAL for gifts for strong-willed kids is that the gifts create a feeling of being BIG/grown up, getting to be the boss, feeling important or in control through play.Remember, if we don't proactively give them outlets to get this very real need met, we leave it up to them and they'll find a way, it just won't be mutually beneficial.// CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE BLOG POST //https://www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/blog/best-toys-for-strong-willed-kidsIN THIS EPISODE, I SHARED...My "5 Rules to Live By" when buying toysOodles of practical gifts you haven't thought of, like over 100+ Ideas that give strong-willed kids a huge sense of power + control!DON'T MISS: The 3 gifts that take the cake!// CONNECT WITH DANIELLE //Website: parentingwholeheartedly.comIG: @parent_wholeheartedlyAPPLY: parentingwholeheartedly.com/applySupport the show*FREE* MASTERCLASS: Learn how to CONFIDENTLY parent your strong-willed child WITHOUT threats, bribes or giving in altogether so you can BREAK FREE of power struggles + guilt www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/unapologeticwww.parentingwholeheartedly.com
When Jonas started investing in Self Storage, he sent out turkeys to storage owners in his area - TURKEYS - during the Thanksgiving season. He didn't use mailers or run ads, but was able to secure 3 deals, despite this unconventional "tactic." Our guest today, Jonas Duckett, now owns over 30 facilities that he acquired with his wife. His valuable insight into the dealmaking process is why we wanted him on our podcast - to share them with you! Want to take advantage of todays market conditions with us? Invest in our opportunistic Fund 2 Here: https://cedar.cc/invest Our Sponsor - Tenant Inc. - https://www.tenantinc.com/ Our architecture services can be found here: https://cedar.cc/services
Casey Mericle is a real estate investor out of Missouri who specializes in deal structuring, negotiating, and putting people and resources together to solve real estate puzzles. He's been in real estate for about 15 years now and has done hundreds of deals. We discuss: How to find out what a seller wants Note structures Walkable debt Nontraditional negotiating Creative ways to finalize deals We'd appreciate you filling out our audience survey, so we can continuously work on providing relevant content to our listeners. https://www.thefortpod.com/survey Links Casey on Twitter/X Casey's mentor: Jack Shea Topics (00:00:00) - Intro (00:03:55) - Poker & real estate (00:05:02) - How do you find out what a seller wants? (00:10:24) - Installment sales (00:14:13) - Characteristics of deals Casey plays in (00:15:33) - Sourcing deals (00:19:31) - Why is now the best time for seller-financing? (00:21:07) - Note structures (00:23:26) - Walkable debt (00:27:18) - Foreclosing on yourself (00:33:32) - Nontraditional negotiating (00:42:25) - What do you know that most people in RE don't? (00:46:29) - Thoughts on the market (00:49:28) - Paying more to a seller than the asking price (00:51:14) - Creative ways to get things done (01:07:07) - Building trust with people (01:08:30) - Creating debt and making money off the debt rather than the deal Support our Sponsors Better Pitch: https://bit.ly/42d9L0I RE Cost Seg: https://bit.ly/3oC7JcY Fort Capital: https://bit.ly/FortCapital Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Chris on Social Media: Twitter: https://bit.ly/3BYIjcH LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/45gIkFd Watch The Fort on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3oynxNX Visit our website: https://bit.ly/43SOvys Leave a review on Apple: https://bit.ly/45crFD0 Leave a review on Spotify: https://bit.ly/3Krl9jO The FORT is produced by Johnny Podcasts
If you're feeling pulled in all directions, looking for grounding words but unable to form them, here's a short prayer of welcoming some things we need, some things we want, and others we would rather do without. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Preorder How to Walk Into a Room Subscribe to The Soul Minimalist on Substack The Quiet Collection app Order The Next Right Thing Guided Journal Grab a copy of my book The Next Right Thing Find me on Instagram @emilypfreeman Download the transcript
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, host Nathan Freeburg discusses the profound connection between gratitude and leadership. The discussion highlights how gratitude is not only beneficial for personal well-being but also plays a crucial role in building positive team cultures. Freeburg references research from a Harvard Business Review article demonstrating a strong link between gratitude and increased well-being, suggesting that gratitude helps individuals experience more joy, navigate difficulties, and foster stronger connections.The episode takes a deeper dive into gratitude with insights from an interview between Stephen Colbert and Anderson Cooper. Colbert shares his personal philosophy on gratitude, reflecting on the tragic loss of his father and brothers. He articulates a nuanced perspective, suggesting that gratitude should encompass all life experiences, good and bad, as they shape our humanity and capacity for deeper connection and love. Similarly, Cooper reflects on wisdom from his mother, contemplating the balance of joy and sorrow in life.We have three reflective questions for you to consider as you contemplate your own challenges, connect with others' suffering, and embrace the full spectrum of your humanity. The episode aims to inspire leaders to practice vulnerability and gratitude, recognizing that these qualities can transform personal adversities into profound leadership strengths.We have over 265 episodes on leadership, team culture, and handling challenges. There's so much to explore on The Leadership Vision Podcast. Dive into our earlier content! Visit leadershipvisionconsulting.com for all episodes, or subscribe to our newsletter for a weekly curated list.Support the show-Read the full blog post here!CONTACT US email: email@example.com LinkedIn Facebook Leadership Vision Online ABOUTThe Leadership Vision Podcast is a weekly show sharing our expertise in discovering, practicing, and implementing a Strengths-based approach to people, teams, and culture. Contact us to talk to us about helping your team understand the power of Strengths.
Such an inspirational episode with Jordan Berry! Here are just a few of the things we discussed: The good, the bad, the ugly… How Jordan turned around a loss of over 6 figures owning laundromats and still thinks you should buy one. Looking to buy a laundromat, the optimal distance to be from your first one. The right people in the right seat and your Cashflow Quadrant With a base hit laundromat deal, not a home run deal, just a base hit laundromat deal, 99% of Americans can replace their income with one to three laundromats. …and so much more. About Jordan was a pastor for 15 years and transitioned out of full-time ministry into buying a laundromat. His experience buying his first laundromat was not a good one. Instead of replacing his salary, as he expected, his laundromat lost $2,000 dollars per month for well over a year. Desperate to find help to turn his business around, he frantically searched for someone to guide him to profitability. He found no rescue. After finally stopping the bleeding, he decided to share the hard-earned (and expensive) lessons he learned on a blog. And then on a YouTube channel. And then, on a quest to find out how the best laundromat owners operated their businesses, he started a podcast interviewing laundromat owners and other industry professionals. These platforms turned into Laundromat Resource, an education and community platform for laundromat owners and future laundromat owners to learn, share best practices, and connect with one another. How to Connect With Jordan Website: https://www.laundromatresource.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxGmNVLP98d4asLwr3jDfhg LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordan-l-berry/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheLaundromatResource/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/midtownrealtor Twitter: https://twitter.com/LaundryResource Recommended Resources Laundromat Analysis Course Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
In this episode, Jonny shares a personal journey and a unique perspective on the upcoming holiday season. Reflecting on his experience as a mentor in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program, he emphasizes the joy of giving beyond material gifts. He challenges listeners to make a difference in someone's life, whether big or small and highlights that the impact doesn't always have to be monetary. Jonny encourages us to embrace the season's spirit by reaching out and helping others, making a positive difference in the world. Join him in this thoughtful Friday follow-up as he navigates through the complexities of life, offering a reminder of the true essence of the holiday season—compassion, connection, and the simple joy of giving.Connect with Jonny!Cattani Capital Group: https://cattanicapitalgroup.com/Invest with us: firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-cattani-53159b179/Jonny's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonnycattani/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jonnycattaniYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCljEz4pq_paQ9keABhJzt0A
Matt Raad has defied convention and achieved financial freedom through a unique path. Starting with nothing, he built a high cash flow portfolio by buying and selling businesses. Today, he is a recognized authority in website investments, using digital assets to generate wealth. As a pioneer in the field, Matt was among the first to explore the potential of buying, building, and renovating websites. He now teaches beginners how to reach six and seven-figure incomes using this strategy.
Jasiel didn't always know he would find himself in the startup world, but after an early career on Wall Street, he realized the need to rethink how we support and invest in Africa's most exciting entrepreneurs. Hailing from Ghana, Jasiel is the Africa Investment Officer at Accion Venture Lab where he leads the growth of a dynamic portfolio of finance technology startups. In this episode, we uncover Jasiel's unconventional journey into the venture capital industry, and his fascinating insights as to why more investors need to focus on women-led startups in particular. With a deep belief in the transformational power of entrepreneurship in Africa, Jasiel brings a refreshing and reflective perspective on how we should go about building and investing in companies that have world-changing potential! Join us for yet another exciting episode in The Boardroom this week! If you are interested in learning more about Jasiel and the amazing work he does, follow the link here to his Twitter/ X page. --- Join us in creating social impact through a cup of tea by visiting www.nepalteacollective.com Support our podcast further by pledging your support through our Substack Channel: https://boardroombanterpodcast.substack.com?utm_source=navbar&utm_medium=web&r=2myauy
Victoria is a classically trained MD who left her OBGYN residency after learning everything she felt was needed to provide patient-centered care as a community birth worker. And you know what? She nailed it. She now serves the Southern California community as a home birth attendant. In this candid conversation (on a beach in Oceanside, CA), we discuss the pros and cons of our unorthodox path out of the conventional maternity care system and into the homes of women who are determined to have an autonomous birth. We also discuss some other less common aspects of Victoria's life story that led her to the “light” side of medicine. You're going to love this one!Visit the show notes for more.Connect with the guest:Website InstagramOther references from the show:Pre-register for the 2024 Born Free Twins Breech Conference in Louisville, KY, on August 8-12, 2024! (Save mucho $$$)Connect with Nathan:Instagram | Twitter | YoutubeMidwife in need of collaboration?Want to consult with Nathan?My courses:Born Free Method: Pregnancy and Postpartum SupportClear + Free:Your Holistic Solution to Persistent HPVThis episode was made possible by:WeNatal - Free bottle of fish oil with purchase of Him + Her prenatalsMedical Disclaimer: The Holistic OBGYN Podcast is an educational program. No information conveyed through this podcast should be construed as medical advice. These conversations are available to the public for educational and entertainment purposes only.Music provided by EdvardGaresPremium / Pond5Send me a voice message.
Meet Emily Perron, Emily holds masters in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and is a Productivity coach, helping creative entrepreneurs, freelancers, and individuals appreciate their unconventional career paths and tap into the power of their unique Zone of GeniusThroughout the first decade of her career Emily found herself on the burnout hamster wheel. Despite changing careers three times she continued finding herself excelling at work and still unfulfilled and exhausted. The root problem was not the career path but instead what inputs she used to define success.Today's episode is a special hybrid in which we get to hear Emily's career journey and learn from her expertise as a productivity coach. We discuss:The issue with existing goal frameworks for individualsThe danger of chasing what others define as successEmbracing the full power of an unconventional pathAnd so much moreI can't wait for you to meet this amazing woman. Enjoy!Show Notes:Connect with Emily on LinkedIn , follow her YouTube Channel - Work Your Way, and follow her on InstagramCurious about Emily's Productivity Coaching? Learn more hereThe Art of Work
Welcome to our series of bite-sized episodes featuring favourite moments from the Leading for Business Excellence podcast series.In this minisode, we're joined by David Sheldon, retired Head of Continuous Improvement at St John Ambulance and former Continuous Improvement Manager at the Environment Agency, as he shares an unusual perspective on customer-supplier dynamics.Listen to the full episode here: https://pmi.co.uk/knowledge-hub/podcast-embodying-continuous-improvement-with-david-sheldon-head-of-ci-at-st-john-ambulance/
"Repetition is key with these things." Today, Leila (@LeilaHormozi) answers some questions from her Leila Answers segment such as maintaining a strong ethical team culture, the importance of understanding and reinforcing company values, effective communication in remote work environments, and balancing the needs of employees and the company for long-term success.Welcome to Build where we talk about the lessons I have learned in scaling big businesses, gaining millions in sales, and helping our portfolio companies do the same. Buckle up, because we're creating an unshakeable business.Timestamps:(1:06) - Practices for ethical team(5:00) - Unconventional strategies for company culture(12:23) - Balancing employee and company needs(18:46) - Leading non-direct reports(26:06) - Non-negotiable communication cadence(28:11) - Scaling subscription model effectively(34:03) - Partnering with influencers and creatorsFollow Leila Hormozi's Socials:LinkedIn | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter | Acquisition
CC317: On this month's bonus episode, it's time to prepare for Thanksgiving! Lindsie shares her HOA woes, and Kail prepares to feel different this Thanksgiving. We ask listeners for unconventional ways they celebrate Thanksgiving and we definitely will be using these ideas in the future! Check out our Instagram @coffeeconvospodcast for more! Thank you to our sponsors! Better Help: This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/coffee today to get 10% off your first month Hanna Andersson: To get holiday ready, visit HannaAndersson.com/COFFEECONVOS and use code COFFEECONVOS for 20% off your first order IQBar: Get 20% off every IQBar product plus free shipping when you text CONVOS to 64-000. By Texting 64000, you agree to receive recurring automated marketing messages from IQBAR. Message and data rates may apply. No purchase required. Terms apply, available at IQBAR.com. Reply "STOP" to stop, "HELP" for help Progressive: Visit progressive.com to learn more
From leveraging social media to exploring marketplaces and strategic advertising, there are countless avenues to capture mindshare and carve a unique space for your brand online. You can find a shining example of this immense potential in the canned water company Liquid Death.In this episode of Retail Remix, we listen back to an exclusive conversation from the 2023 Retail Innovation Conference & Expo between Claire Tassin from Morning Consult and Natalie Cotter, a key player in Liquid Death's digital presence and growth strategy. This insightful discussion not only highlights what makes Liquid Death exceptional but also provides valuable cues and clues for other brands to apply at their businesses. Tune in to learn: How Liquid Death found its target audience through customer support and discovered that moms love the product for their kids' hydration; The brand's approach to testing and scaling new channels, especially among mid- to lower-funnel opportunities; Why the brand has succeeded with unconventional marketing tactics, such as partnering with influencers and creating a Spotify album from negative customer feedback; and The importance of “winning the internet for a day” and how Liquid Death has done that through social media takeovers and unexpected partnerships. RELATED LINKS Connect with Natalie here. Connect with Claire here. Learn more about Liquid Death. Get key highlights from the conversation on Retail TouchPoints. Check out more content from the Retail Innovation Conference & Expo. Read more about ecommerce trends on Retail TouchPoints. 2023 Store Operations Survey ReportFind out how 120+ of your retail peers are tackling top store ops challenges. Download the 2023 Store Operations Survey Report today!
What if marketing wasn't about pushing sales, but about engaging and empowering your audience? Ponder that as you join Simon Batchelor and myself on this riveting journey down the road less taken in marketing strategies. Together, we'll uncover the secrets of ethical and effective marketing, painting a picture of a world where marketing is not only authentic and fun but also resonates deeply with the audience, encouraging them to become active participants in the buying process.Our conversation covers a spectacular range of topics, from the power of customer-centric marketing to the challenges and realities of social media marketing. We'll challenge the traditional goal-focused marketing perspectives, introducing the concept of viewing marketing from the client's eyes. Simon and I dig deep into brand portrayal, content creation, and the game of numbers that is social media. We'll guide you on how to navigate this minefield, highlighting the importance of genuine engagement and community building over simply growing your follower count.In the latter half, we shift focus to the power of email marketing, discussing how this often-overlooked strategy can provide a more direct and personal link to your audience compared to social media. We'll also delve into the intriguing concepts of the 'helping others industry' and the 'kindness economy', exploring how these relate to ethical marketing. The conversation wraps up with a deep dive into the shift to slow fashion and how all these marketing strategies can be used to strike a meaningful chord with your audience. So gear up to revolutionize your marketing approach, making it a journey as authentic and enjoyable as possible!Support the show☆☆☆ JOIN THE WAITING LIST ☆☆☆for the March cohort of the Ja, Wol Business Program! ☞ GET BI-WEEKLY ACTIONABLE BUSINESS TIPS AND INSIGHTS & EPISODE UPDATES ☜☆ SIGN UP HERE! ☆☞ FIND OTHER BUSINESS OWNERS IN OUR COMMUNITY SPACE ☜ ☆JOIN THE CONVERSATION☆ Have a question? Want to offer your opinion? Have an idea for a guest or topic? email@example.com or leave me a voice message!
Do you ever get confused about what the difference is between a Millennial and Gen Z? According to a new study, the answer lies in how they wear their socks! (:30) Is there an unconventional flavor combination you love? After hearing about a wild omelet that Producer Jon made, Anna decided to ask the Food Network's Chef Plum about some other unique combos! (2:33) Everyone has to borrow money sometimes, but if you borrow from friends and don't pay it right back, that's all I need to know about you! (6:33) Did you go to school with someone who ended up being a big deal? Anna was shocked when she heard a D-list celebrity talking trash about a pop music legend she used to go to high school with! (10:07) Every Friday, Raven's wife Alicia calls in to the show to give Raven a grade on how he did as a husband that week! This week, it's all about Raven and Alicia's new grandchild! (20:59) What are your predictions for football Sunday? Anna doesn't know what she's talking about, but 8-year-old Keith might know a thing or two! (24:16) It's time for Mommy's Margarita Friday! Moms (and Dads) share all the crazy things that their kids have put them through this week that have definitely earned them a margarita! (27:09) Brian's side of the family is much larger than Crystals. He has nine nieces and nephews on his side, she has three. She would like to email Brian's brothers and sisters and suggest that they do a Secret Santa for the nieces and nephews since there are so many of them. Brian thinks it's not fair, her side, and her three nieces each get a gift but for his side, the kids get one? Plus, what will his siblings think? Is it fair? (33:24) David has got a shot at $300! All he has to do is beat Raven in pop culture trivia! (41:26)
Unconventional and determined, free agent Jaime White defies societal expectations as she forges her own path, embracing challenges, seeking validation, and inspiring others to break free from traditional systems in pursuit of their dreams. My special guest is Jaime Jaime White is a force to be reckoned with in the world of free agency. With her vast experience as a real estate investor, entrepreneur, coach, and mentor, Jaime has carved her own path to success and is now helping others do the same. From stepping into the unknown as a young adult, running a furniture store and navigating the complexities of a toxic family business, Jaime knows firsthand the challenges and rewards of being a free agent. As a mother of six, she understands the importance of finding balance and creating a life that aligns with your values. Jaime's journey is a testament to the power of taking control over your destiny and embracing the possibilities that come with being your own boss. Her insights and wisdom will inspire and empower individuals seeking to make their mark on the world as free agents. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover the inspiring journey of Jaime White, a free agent who defied expectations and carved out her own path in the business world. Uncover the unique challenges faced by individuals who leave the comfort and familiarity of a family business to pursue their own dreams. Explore the healing process and self-discovery that comes with embarking on a new journey as a free agent, and how it can lead to personal growth and fulfillment. Learn the importance of seeking outside help and guidance as you navigate the challenges and uncertainties of being an independent entrepreneur. Be inspired by the uplifting stories of individuals who bravely pursued their dreams, and discover how you can find the motivation and courage to follow your own passion.
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What if embracing your unique 'weirdness' is the key to experiencing God's glory? Take a leap of faith with us as we draw inspiration from the strength and endearing awkwardness of pop icon, Taylor Swift, to explore a faith journey that's anything but ordinary. We speak straight from our hearts about embracing God's glorious diversity, the beauty of being fearfully and wonderfully made, and the calling to be a beacon of God's light in the world. Together, we ponder on the empowering question- do you let your faith paint you a shade of brilliant 'weird'?Let's take a radical detour from societal norms and discover how adopting the path of Jesus Christ can revolutionize our values, priorities, and relationships. We uncover the resilience of the Jewish people and their authentic faith journey, challenging the church's inadvertent support for conformity. We reflect on the freedom to be ourselves in the church and how it enables us to express our faith uniquely. As we wrap up, we invite a thoughtful conversation with God, as we contemplate on how our faith-tinged 'weirdness' can glorify Him. So, dare to be different, dare to be 'weird'. God's glory awaits!Support the showSupport us here:https://www.bpcusa.org/financial-ministry/ BPC Youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/BrentwoodPresbyterianChurch
Jeff Emden is an experienced professional with a strong background in wood products distribution, currently serving as a General Manager. He has navigated numerous milestones in his career, including working for a family business, managing rapid growth, implementing technology, and introducing core values to an already established business. Jeff is known for his expertise in building and leading early-career teams while maintaining a consistent track record of financial success. General Points of Conversation:Family Business Dynamics: Discuss Jeff's journey in a family business, the challenges, and advantages of working within this context.Navigating Rapid Growth: Explore the strategies and tactics Jeff employed to navigate and manage the company's rapid growth.Tech Adoption and Core Values: Delve into how Jeff introduced technology into the business while maintaining core values and principles that have shaped the company's identity.Contact Information: You can connect with Jeff Emden on Facebook at Facebook Profile. Feel free to reach out and explore further insights into his expertise and experiences.
Which distinct self-care methods have proven to be effective in cultivating a positive mindset, specifically within the realm of motherhood, and what advice is provided for integrating these practices into one's daily routine? In this episode, we hear from Brianna Wilkerson, a Holistic Health and Life Coach about her journey as a mother, focusing on her strategies for keeping a positive mindset amidst the challenges of motherhood. Brianna shares her insights on the significance of self-care and explores various personal requirements individuals often have for themselves. Topics Discussed: Brianna Wilkerson's story The essence of self-care Unconventional requirements Practical tips and actionable points Words of encouragement Click here for the full show notes. Check out all the parenting goodness at Nurtured Noggins - free resources, blogs and videos that answer your biggest questions about parenting. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ann-mckitrick/support
When it comes to finding your purpose, your passion, and generally meaning in life, it can be intimidating and feel like a lot of pressure off! Today I'm sharing an unconventional way to start exploring these things! Sign up for my weekly Letters of Rebellion here! | Want more rebel rousing and community? Check out the What's On page for fun shit this Autumn! About Meg & The Daily Pep! The Daily Pep! is the short, snappy and sassy podcast for creative + multi-passionate women, designed to start your day off with a compassionate bang! I'm Meg and I'm the host of The Daily Pep! and The Couragemakers Podcast and founder of The Rebel Rousers. I'm a coach, writer and all-round rebel-rouser for creative and multi-passionate women to do the things only they can do and build a wholehearted life. When I'm not recording episodes, writing bullshit-free Sunday Pep Talks to my wonderful Couragemakers community or working 1:1 with coaching clients, I'm usually covered in paint or walking my wonderfully weird cockapoo Merlin. Website | Instagram | The Couragemakers Podcast | Letters of Rebellion | Support the Daily Pep! on Patreon!
Prepare for an inspiring journey with the one and only Jason Cohen. A man who has proven that a mix of jock and nerd can lead to incredible success. Picture this: a high school jock turns pre-med student, channels his determination from the wrestling ring into intense study, only to suddenly find himself on a plane to France for an unnamed Netflix reality show. Jason shares the tales of his unpredictable journey with candor and humor, making this a must-listen for anyone fascinated by unexpected pathways to success. Reality TV fame can be a wild ride, and Jason Cohen is your guide. Together with his cousin Chris, they navigated the world of Netflix's "Too Hot to Handle," with its manipulative editing and post-production surprises. Jason's behind-the-scenes insights are a rare glimpse into an industry that isn't always as real as it seems. The pair's adventurous spirit didn't stop there, though. Tune in as they recount their audacious cross-country road trip from Jersey to Los Angeles, chasing their dreams of breaking into the city's film industry. Get ready for some serious motivation as Jason reflects on his impressive journey from a small hometown to the city of dreams. His strong networking skills, determination, and a dash of serendipity have all played a part in carving out his space in LA. Jason's story is a testament to the power of ambition, hard work, and the magic that can happen when you're willing to step out of your comfort zone. So whether you're dreaming of stardom or just need a nudge to take that leap of faith, don't miss this episode with Jason Cohen. His unconventional journey to success is sure to inspire! Highlights: "The best way to determine your future is to create it... There's no other way.” "At the end of the day, if you put your true self out there, like you have really nothing to worry about." "...everyone has their place and their season in their life. Some people, it's being right where they are... and other people it's like you know what I'm gonna be on the other side of the planet.” Timestamps: (0:00:00) - Jason Cohen's Journey (0:03:21) - The Journey From Wrestling to Medicine (0:13:21) - Netflix Opportunity and Law of Attraction (0:24:27) - Reality TV Manipulation and Unexpected Post-Production (0:27:56) - Reality TV to Acting and Dreamchasin (0:37:00) - Production and Networking Navigation
As an unconventional leader in the beauty, aesthetic, and regenerative medicine industry, I've navigated a path less traveled. There was a time when my beliefs seemed to clash with the traditional notions of leadership. I felt overshadowed, unsure, and at odds with my instincts. However, my journey has taught me to trust my intuition and embrace my unique perspective, leading me to invest in my own business and face the skepticism that came along with it. Today, I'm sharing 10 paths to help you become an unconventional leader. I remember sitting with my husband, maxing out our credit cards, trying to make ends meet as we poured our resources into establishing our business. There were doubts and fears, but my passion for innovation and transformation in the aesthetic field was stronger. This passion drove me to take risks and challenge the naysayers, proving them wrong with my success. Through my journey, I've learned the essence of unconventional leadership. It involves self-awareness, lifelong learning, the courage to shake up the status quo, empathy, embracing diversity, and resilience. As a leader, it's crucial to create a team environment built on psychological safety, embracing vulnerability, and fostering a growth mindset. I believe it's essential to be committed to your core values and understand the power of collaborative relationships. It's not just about being a leader or an entrepreneur, it's about navigating life's challenges with resilience and a fresh perspective. Let's inspire each other and chart our own courses in the world of beauty and aesthetics. I hope my story can serve as a beacon for others seeking their own unique path.
The leadership in charge of Army Special Forces Assessment and Selection takes us through what it is and how to best prepare for the best chances of being successful. They answer the question, "What is selection? How does someone prepare for physically and mentally? What are we looking for in candidates? Why try out for a life as a Green Beret?"MAJ Ash Holzmann is an experienced Psychological Warfare Officer serving in the 1st Special Warfare Training Group at the United States Army Special Warfare Center and School. SGM Derek Riley is one of the most experienced Civil Affairs Noncommissioned Officers in the Army Special Operations Regiment. He has an incredible amount of deployment experience and currently serves the Proponency at the United States Army Special Warfare Center and School. Army Special Operations RecruitingSOF Recruiting Page (soc.mil)https://www.soc.mil/USASOCHQ/recruiting.htmlGoArmySOF Special Forces Site (Training handbook can be found here)Special Forces (army.mil)https://www.goarmysof.army.mil/SF/ The Official Podcast of the United States Army Special Warfare Center and School!USAJFKSWCS selects and trains all Army Special Forces, Civil Affairs, and Psychological Operations soldiers. Please visit our website at: https://www.swcs.milBe sure to check us out and follow at:https://www.facebook.com/jfkcenterandschoolhttps://www.instagram.com/u.s.armyswcs/https://www.youtube.com/c/USAJFKSWCS/videosPlease like, subscribe, and leave a review!
Live your Dreams Awake - https://www.patricialohan.com/lyda Welcome back to the PowerHouse Feng Shui podcast! In today's episode, we are diving into a listener's burning question about their wealth area being located in their laundry and storage room. Host Patricia Logan breaks down the importance of working with what you have and offers valuable insights on how to enhance this area for prosperity. She also addresses the challenge of a long corridor leading to a narrow corridor facing mirrors and provides practical tips to brighten and uplift the space. Join us as we explore these feng shui dilemmas and discover how you can transform your home into a powerhouse of positive energy. Let's get started! Highlights of the episode… - Emphasis on the importance of working with what you have - Explanation of the wealth area and its location in the home (southeast area) - Personal example of the wealth area being in an unconventional location (fridge and sink) - Suggestions to brighten up the corridor with lighting and mirrors - Caution against mirrors facing the door and the energy they can reflect Resources: Feng Shui Checklist - https://www.powerhousefengshui.com/feng-shui-checklist-1 Free Feng Shui Mini Course or Feng Shui 101 - https://www.powerhousefengshui.com/101-fengshui-v2-1 Connect with Patricia Lohan: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/powerhouse.fengshui/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@PatriciaLohan Website - https://patricialohan.com/ Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this captivating episode of the own it show, we unravel the incredible journey of Rachel James, a true inspiration in the blue-collar industry. Rachel's story is one of unwavering conviction, determination, and seizing ownership of one's destiny. Despite not holding a traditional title, Rachel's leadership shines brightly. She shares her insights on balancing commitments, setting boundaries, and crafting a structured life that allows her to excel in both personal and professional domains. Rachel's message resonates with the significance of leadership in the blue-collar world, particularly for women. She emphasizes the power of taking charge of your career, using a personal approach to gauge financial performance, and setting goals for a fulfilling future. This episode is a masterclass in confidence, conviction, and achieving success by taking the reins of your life.Powerful Quotes:"Ownership is doing what you say with conviction. Without systems and structure, we fall short of our potential." - Rachel James"Leadership isn't defined by titles. It's about standing out, taking action, and making a difference." - Rachel James"In the blue-collar industry, women have a unique place. It's a field where we can truly lead." - Rachel James"Balance is about setting clear boundaries and using a structured calendar to pour into your personal and professional life." - Rachel James"Success is achieved through intentional actions and consistent behavior." - Rachel JamesEpisode Summary:In this inspiring episode, we explore the remarkable journey of Rachel James, a beacon of leadership in the blue-collar industry. Rachel's story is a testament to the power of conviction and taking ownership of one's path. She shares insights on how to balance life's commitments, create structured routines, and excel both personally and professionally. Rachel emphasizes the unique place of women in the blue-collar world and the importance of leading by example. She encourages us to take control of our careers, review financial performance, and set ambitious goals. This episode is a deep dive into the world of confidence, conviction, and achieving success by owning your destiny. Join us on this transformative journey with Rachel James.Thank you for tuning in to The Own it show. Be sure to subscribe for more episodes filled with inspiring stories and valuable insights.Let's connect:Justin: Instagram Hyperlink https://www.instagram.com/justinroeth/ LinkedIn Hyperlink https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-roethlingshoefer-ms-7252a766/ Alyse: Instagram Hyperlink https://www.instagram.com/alysegaulin LinkedIn Hyperlink https://www.linkedin.com/in/alyse-gaulin-cpc-eli-mp-a7128211/ Own It Success is different so own your different!
In this installment of the Stories to Create Podcast, join Cornell Bunting as he engages in a captivating discussion with an extraordinary individual. Our guest, Astrid Shover, a Global Advisor at Premier Sotheby's International Realty, has triumphed over cancer not once, but twice, and has transitioned into the role of a Health and Wellness Coach. Furthermore, she brings a unique perspective as a former Radio personality at The Salt and Light Movement Radio Show and a former police officer.Tune in to hear Astrid Shover share her remarkable journey, which led to the formation of Pink Divas United. This conversation is a must-listen, promising to stir a whirlwind of emotions as she narrates her inspiring story. Support the showThank you for tuning in with EHAS CLUB - Stories to Create Podcast
Welcome to The Underdog Show, hosted by Pamela Bardhi. In today's episode, we have a special guest, Zachary Beach, a real estate expert. Our guest, Zachary Beach, has been an authority in the real estate industry for over 8 years. He's the CEO of Smart Real Estate Coach, helping investors grow and scale their businesses. He's also the Founder of Prosperity.io and a Partner at Original Real Estate, assisting homeowners in selling their properties. Zach's journey from bartending to real estate success is a testament to his determination and resilience. When he's not working, he enjoys the outdoors and cherishes moments with his wife Kayla, and their two children, Remi and Bellamy.Key Takeaways:Overcoming Tough Times and Challenges: Zach shares his story of coming from a simple background, past struggles with addiction, and using tough times as motivation for success and changing his life for the better.Environment Matters: Your surroundings and the people you're with can shape your life. Zach and Pamela talk about how important it is to choose the right environment.Real Estate and People: To be good at real estate, you need to be good with people. Zach and Pamela discuss the importance of understanding what drives people.Creative Money Moves: Zachary explains creative money tricks for real estate deals, where you don't always need a bank loan. Thus, thinking differently is essential. Learn about unique ways to buy property and be a flexible thinker in real estate.Tough Times and Money: In uncertain times, creative money strategies can be a lifesaver. Zachary shares tips for dealing with economic ups and downs.Growing Markets: Get insights into new tricks for real estate deals in a changing market.Tune in to hear Zachary Beach's simple advice on real estate, making money, and improving yourself. The Underdog Show with Pamela Bardhi has more to offer, so stay tuned!Listen to this exciting episode. Join us for the conversation! Listen to the full episode here:Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/underdog/id1534385651Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6FbSDu0aNtuxAEiderUAfBWebsite: https://theunderdogshow.comIf you found this story worth your time and made changes in your life, we'd love to hear from you! Subscribe and leave a review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Catch up with Zachary here:http://www.smartrealestatecoach.comhttp://www.prepropertysolutions.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/zacharyrbeachThe Underdog Podcast host is none other than Pamela Bardhi. She's rocking the Real Estate Realm and has dedicated her life as a Life Coach. She is also in the Forbes Real Estate Council. To know more about Pam, check out the following:Website: https://pamelabardhi.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pamela_bardhiTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@pamela_bardhiYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestateOur goal is to help you create the life you dream of through real estate. We're giving value-packed masterclasses on our YouTube Channel - Elevate Through Real Estate. Make sure to subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestate.
Charlie Brown of Simple and Straightforward helps you make good money decisions Episode 2497: If You Want to Make Good Money Decisions, There Is A Simple - if Unconventional - Way to Make Them by Charlie Brown Simple and Straightforward questions everything we think of as normal. This publication may have its roots in minimalism and simple living, but it goes so much beyond decluttering and living with less. It's about deciphering the complexities of modern life one article at a time. It covers: Culture and society, especially their influence on our lives Travel, specifically how travel can shape our perception of what is "normal" Digital life, questioning our all-encompassing relationship with the online world Food with a focus on recipes designed around reducing food waste Highly curated recommendations for the best intentional living content on the internet The original post is located here: https://themakingofamillionaire.com/if-you-want-to-make-good-money-decisions-there-is-a-simple-if-unconventional-way-to-make-them-5144fd208bc4 Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Creator, artist and Blake's very own best friend, Kyleigh Rose joins her to share a part of her own story and how she and Blake became friends in an expected but beautiful way. They both discuss their experiences with friendship breakups and how they navigated them, emphasizing the importance of open communication and mutual respect. In this episode, they also touch on supporting each other through personal struggles and how their friendship has been a source of strength during challenging times. Join them as they encourage taking risks in love and emphasize that their close friendship developed unconventionally and grew through vulnerability and chances they took on each other. In this episode, you'll be able to: Gain insights into navigating the challenges of friendship breakups. Learn about what it looks like to support each other through every season of life and personal struggles and how you can be a source of encouragement to others in your own life going through similar challenges. Understand the importance of investing energy in positive and fruitful relationships while maintaining a long-distance best friendship. To connect with Kyleigh: Instagram: @bykyleighrose Shop: etsy.com/shop/bykyleighrose Podcast: It Gets Good Podcast