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About: Jonathan Moffat, the Founder of Aligned Advisors, joins Dr. Glenn Vo to discuss how Dentists can achieve Uncommon Wealth through Unconventional Strategies. We specifically dive into how alignment in the most critical parts of your life can lead to true wealth. Jonathan came to the world of wealth management with a very personal history. From a young age, he saw his grandfather enjoy great business as a successful orthodontist, and later, lose virtually all of his wealth due to poorly coordinated advice. This experience sparked Jonathan's passion for helping dentists avoid the same pitfalls he saw his grandfather make. Aligned Advisors helps Dentists reach Uncommon Wealth through Unconventional strategies. The advisors here are investment agnostic. Rather than focusing on strategies that put money into our pockets, we focus on the strategies that will put money into yours. To learn more about the Aligned Advisors, click here: https://alignedadvisors.com/ . To learn more about our sponsor DRNA, click here: https://drna.com/ . To get FREE Dental Resources and Deals, click here: . https://niftythriftydentists.com/ . To join our community of over 46k Dental Professionals, click here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/niftythriftydentists
Unconventional health treatments like cryotherapy and infrared sauna baths are not exactly known for their affordability. One rapidly growing company, however, is transforming the wellness landscape by democratizing access to such cutting-edge health services. With over 175 locations across the country, Restore Hyper Wellness is quickly bringing its holistic healthcare approach to the mainstream. Tune in to hear Restore CEO and Founder Jim Donnelly and CMO David Fossas discuss the joys and challenges of operating within a franchise model, and why they are committed to making health and wellness treatments safe, fun, and affordable.Tune in to learn:An overview of Restore and its services (3:40)Why Restore uses a franchise model (16:20)The marketing approach at Restore (23:55)How Restore avoids the pitfalls of the biohacking frontier (38:00)The future of using space for wellness and production (46:30)Mentions:Steven Welch, Founder and Executive Chairman, Restore Hyper WellnessSTEMREGEN® - Stem Cell Supplements - KalyagenUp Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Learn more at http://www.salesforce.com/commerce Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at http://www.mission.org.
Today I'm sharing all of the advice which I wish someone would have given me when I was first starting my career as a content creator. Most of this advice is unconventional, some may even be controversial! Regardless, this episode is a must listen for newbie creators. **FREE GUIDES** Double your income as a creator with this FREE guide Make more sales on Instagram with this FREE guide **FREE MASTERCLASSES** Turn your followers into clients and customers masterclass Make $5k Per Month on Social Media masterclass Join The Creators Club for instant access to a library of masterclasses, live Q&As with resources and a private creators community: https://www.jadebeason.com/thecreatorsclub Connect with me: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/jadebeason Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadebeason TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jade_beason Website: https://www.jadebeason.com/ Want to work together? DM me ‘ready' on Instagram (@JadeBeason). Wait! Before you go, if you enjoyed this episode I would love for you to leave a review and share it with a friend. Thank you for your support!
Prof. Gregory Ninot, PhD, President of the Non-Pharmacological Intervention Society, is our guest speaker. He will share a different approach to osteoarthritis by explaining how non-conventional or non-pharmacological interventions can help patients with OA. While this is (to some) a rare and uncommon practice, since the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been increasing and as our podcast series aims to discuss 'all things osteoarthritis' we're pleased to welcome Prof. Ninot to enlighten us on this approach. The podcast is for HCPs (Healthcare Professionals) only. The comments of the speakers are their own. The podcast have a HCPs educational purpose. Laboratories Expanscience as sponsors are not responsible for the healthcare professional's positions.
In this second part of our seven-part series on "The 7 Unconventional Habits of Highly Efficient People". In this episode, Lee and Ellen look at the unconventional habit of Prioritizing Yourself. Together, Lee and Ellen look at: • Why putting yourself first isn't selfish; it's efficient • Scheduling (and keeping) time to recharge yourself (and knowing what it is that recharges you best) • Saying NO when necessary • Knowing that Urgent tasks are usually urgent for someone else • Having a list of what you need/want to do to prioritize yourself and pulling from it • How Prioritizing yourself can make you both respected and a good example This series is based on an infographic we are currently sending out. Do you want your own copy? We'd love to send one to you. Let us know if you want a hard-copy, a postcard version, or a PDF. Request your copy here or here. Edited at Studio D, Wayne Duncan producer. Your co-hosts: www.EllenGoodwin.com and www.LeeSilber.com
In this Advent Offering from 2020, Bill Haley guides us through a worshipful experience of Advent and Christmas carols old and new, to help us encounter afresh the gift of Jesus' birth and to whet our appetites for His second Advent.Set List: (Full Spotify Playlist)“The First Noel” by Over the Rhine“Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent” by John Michael Talbot“The Birth of Jesus” by John Michael Talbot“Cry of a Tiny Baby” by Bruce Cockburn“Let us the Infant Greet” by Loreena McKennitt“O Holy Night” by Sara Groves“Peace on Earth” by U2“O Come, O Come Emmanuel” Sixpence None the Richer“O Sacred Head, Now Wounded” by 2nd Chapter of Acts“Salvation is Created” by Peter Tschesnokoff“Messiah: Worthy is the Lamb that was Slain” by George Frederic Handel“Of the Father's Love Begotten” by John Michael Talbot“Begin and Never Cease” by The Oh Hellosinthecoracle.org | @inthecoracleSupport the show
"I don't want to live in a world of strip malls. We have to find a solution for having diversified businesses in our economy aligned with human self-interest. And human self-interest is owning your own small businesses and investing in them because there's a monetary component that makes sense," - Codie Sanchez Do you want to go to a Starbucks every day? Or shop at a big box store ALL the time? In this age of bigger is better and convenience is king, we've lost the ability to build better communities through investing locally. In the coming years, the largest generation, the baby boomers, will be leaving their small, mom-and-pop businesses behind to move into retirement, creating the greatest wealth transfer since the industrial revolution. So how can investors navigate this opportunity in a way that pays great dividends? Codie Sanchez is the Founder and CEO of Contrarian Thinking, with over 1.5+ million subscribers and the Co-Founder of Unconventional Acquisitions focused on small business acquisitions. Her 15-year background in Finance includes leadership positions at Goldman Sachs, State Street, and Vanguard. She was listed as a Top 25 Most Innovative Leader in Cannabis and a Top Female Investor by Forbes. On this episode of The Wiggin Sessions, Codie joins me to discuss her journey from Finance to investing in neighborhood-level mom-and-pop businesses and why she started Contrarian Thinking. We discuss how to become an owner of a business you are currently working in and why local matters now more than ever. Listen in for Codie's insight into what to consider when considering M&A in your neighborhood and the questions to ask to determine which business investments are right for you. Plus, how you can become a contrarian thinker today and start earning passive income to achieve financial freedom with the guidance of Codie Sanchez. Key Takeaways Codie shares her background in Finance Why business terms are her love language How her love of words plays into who she is Why taking things local matters now more than ever Why she pushes entrepreneurship for people to become owners rather than renters The idea behind Contrarian Thinking and why being a contrarian is vital in this era The methods Codie and her team employ to help people figure out their next financial move Why you should be negotiating more than your next raise or more vacation time during your next employee review Why she sees money as the freedom to be the architect of your life Her advice for people looking to buy their first business How to determine which business is right for you to invest in The questions she asks when she is trying to determine if a deal is for her Why she doesn't think there will be a recession The deals that Corie is excited about right now Connect with Codie Sanchez Codie Sanchez Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Contrarian Cashflow Unconventional Acquisitions Contrarian Thinking G-File Archives - The Dispatch Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts
Ognuno ha le proprie tradizioni per le festività natalizie, dalle decorazioni alla cucina passando per i regali. E sono tantissimi quelli che non può rinunciare ai brindisi con famiglia e amici, come ben sa 8.6 che per questo Natale propone un brindisi "unconventional" con le sue tre birre speciali: 8.6 I.P.L., 8.6 Red e 8.6 Gold.
6pm - Twitter will no longer enforce its COVID misinformation policy // Elizabeth Warren Accidentally Explains the Problem With Twitter Before Elon // Elon Musk's Unconventional Management Style: Former Employees Share Stories // 'The richest man on Earth is a f---ing trailer park simpleton': Elon Musk sparks liberal meltdown after tweeting picture of his bedside table with Diet Coke cans, prop guns and a painting of George Washington // Diana Georger, John's ex-girlfriend who he once frantically drove to the airport on Thanksgiving day, agreed to come on the show next week // Paddy Pimblett's dog has an accident in neighbor's yard, leads to hilarious interaction on cameraSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Aquaman's Jason Momoa does it, our own Liezel van der Westhuizen has tried it, and some of the biggest stars in Hollywood enjoy this unconventional workout too. Tune in as our resident fitness enthusiast discusses her experience with axe-throwing, and why it might be right for your fitness AND fun goals!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Think goal-setting…with all the truths laid out. Join this two part episode with Continuum founders, Allie Hardy & Carly Dugan, for a super honest convo about setting & accomplishing goals. Key Points: Setting goals business goals for working moms Intentionally pushing against work “cultural norms” How “whys” drive decision making Imposter syndrome Celebrating wins Goal-setting tips Links referenced during this episode: thinkhappyco.com//becomingyou Erin Condren: https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=995504&u=3182666&m=71368&urllink=&afftrack= Can't get enough of Think Happy? FREE Priorities, Balance, & Consistency Class: https://thinkhappyco.com/free-class Support the show: www.patreon.com/thinkhappy
In this Episode we sat down and talked with Tor Erik Larsen! During which we covered; his unconventional road to the pro's, Tor's journey from Norway to college, transferring in college, knocking on doors to get a trial, from college to Professional and his current situation! Enjoy.
After an unconventional start to his big game hunting experience, Jim had some unconventional hunting success this past fall. Jim, who is a listener of the show and an everyday hunter from Tennessee, joins us on this episode to share the story of his Montana elk and mule deer hunt from this past fall. This unconventional success story is entertaining, informational, and inspiring. LEAVE A MESSAGE: http://speakpipe.com/huntbackcountry or email@example.com Podcast Episode Archive: https://exomtngear.com/podcast
Raymond a.k.a. "The Noodnick" is an artistic calisthenics athlete, educator and fellow member of the Tall Dude Calisthenics Problems club (which I just made up then). No but for real, at 6'2 Raymond is able to do some incredible stuff, like one arm handstands on a bosu ball and human flag waves and archers. But more than just being an insane athlete, I think Raymond's ability to actually teach others to do the crazy shit he does is what makes him truly unique. In this episode we deconstruct Raymond's unconventional, signature methods for helping his students build skills like the handstand and the muscle-up in impressively short amounts of time - why they work and exactly how he does it. We also riff on how height impacts calisthenics skills, how calisthenics training transfers to jiu jitsu and other grappling arts and much more. This is the kind of podcast you can take real, tangible stuff away, try it in your training and get real results - fast. That sounds clickbaity, but I know it to be true - because since I recorded this episode, I've done exactly that... more on that later. For now, I hope you enjoy this fascinating conversation with Raymond a.k.a. "The Noodnick" Full shownotes of all the exercises we talk about are here: whytbelt.com/podcast/021raymond Get your mind blown by Raymond's skills: https://www.instagram.com/thenoodnick/ Learn more about 1-1 Online Coaching with me: https://www.whytbelt.com/train
10 Ways To Start Writing A Song Free Guide Link: http://songwritertheory.com/freeguide/ Love the content and want to support Songwriter Theory? Feel free to buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/josephvadala Joseph talks about 3 unconventional songwriting tips.
Are you looking for a unique and inspirational journey to live hosting success? Look no further! Monikah Lee is a live host, presenter, media personality and a podcaster. In this interview, Monikah Lee share's the story behind her unconventional route into hosting, and the adversity that she has had to overcome to carve out her career as a presenter. Monikah Lee's story is testament to the fact that we should ever give up on our dreams. So if you're looking for an exciting and motivating way to jumpstart your career in hosting, then this video is for you! This interview is for you if you: ✅ Would like to know how you can utilize unconventional methods to get noticed in your industry ✅ Would like to understand the type of mindset needed to thrive in your field ✅ Would like to understand the importance of language, and why you don't actually suffer from imposter syndrome ————————————————————————— ✉️ Are you or do you know someone with a powerful story that you believe needs to be amplified? Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As an expert brand management and marketing leader, Kimberly Lam joins me to talk about her extensive experience developing both lifestyle and consumer packaged goods brands on a global scale. She has spent her career leading iconic brands, including Coca-Cola, Marriott, Delta and American Express. At all different intervals of her career, she has experienced changing business landscapes and accelerated growth for brands such as Chobani, which set out to create a new CPG category. Kim is currently the Marketing Director at Sanzo, where she is elevating the company's mission of bridging cultures through authentic Asian flavors. On today's Gooder podcast, Kim shares her career journey, including the lessons she learned and the impactful moments that shaped her life's work.Today's episode is hosted by Diana Fryc of Retail Voodoo, connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianafryc/KEY TAKEAWAYS:Overview of the Sanzo brand story and what makes them unique in the beverage space.Impactful moments and decisions that shaped a different career path.Courage to follow your intuition and do things differently.Advice on non-linear careers and creating meaningful moments throughout the journey.ABOUT THE GUEST:Kimberly LamMarketing Director, SanzoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberly-lam-33229510Links: https://drinksanzo.comCHAPTERS: 00:00 | Introduction01:15 | Lychee or Lei-chee?04:08 | Celebrating Sugar-Free Asian Flavors06:39 | Bridging Culture07:36 | Product Attributes & Value Propositions10:07 | Non-Linear Career Moves14:40 | Impactful Partnerships In Business19:46 | Intentional Career Choices21:49 | Instrumental Mentorship22:39 | The Importance of Mission-Driven Work25:38 | Non-Conventional Career Choices31:10 | Expanding & Growing A Brand32:15 | Retail & Digital Trends33:55 | Admirable Women In CPG34:58 | Learn More About Kim Lam & SanzoThis episode is brought to you by Retail Voodoo. A brand consultancy focused on building, growing and revitalizing brands in the food, beverage, health and wellness industries. If you are ready to find a partner that will help your business create a high-impact strategy that gives your brand an advantage, please visit http://retail-voodoo.com/contact to set up a discovery call today.Produced by Heartcast Media.https://www.heartcastmedia.com/
Today marks the first episode in a seven-episode series on "The 7 Unconventional Habits of Highly Efficient People". In this episode, Lee and Ellen look at the unconventional habit of Managing Your Energy. Highly Efficient people know to use their daily energy carefully. They: • Plan their day based on energy levels • Do things when they are at their most efficient • Know not to give their high energy away to people • Know and value their energy prime time • Know and value the energy prime time of others This series is based on an infographic we are currently sending out. Do you want your own copy? We'd love to send one to you. Let us know if you want a hard-copy, a postcard version, or a PDF. Request your copy here or here. Edited at Studio D, Wayne Duncan producer. Your co-hosts: www.EllenGoodwin.com and www.LeeSilber.com
What does it take to reach the top? Lindsey Vonn is an entrepreneur, investor, and serial Olympic Gold Medalist. Lindsey is the most decorated American ski racer in history and widely regarded as one of the greatest of all time; holding 8 World Championships, 4 World Cups, and 3 Olympic Gold Medals. And she did it all while battling depression. Since hanging up her ski boots, Lindsey has become a prominent advocate for mental health, her 2022 memoir: 'Rise: My Story' details her inspiring struggle while reaching the very pinnacle of sports. In this episode, Vishen and Lindsey have a candid discussion on mental health and what it truly takes to be a champion. Listen out for: - The most important thing we need to do while raising our daughters. - The story of how Lindsey entered the Olympics. - What made Lindsey stay focused on her goal at a young age. - How depression changed Lindsey's life as an olympian. - How skiing helped Lindsey in the leadership of her company. - What helped Lindsey become confident and her advice for people. Bonus: - Find out more about Lindsey Vonn here
It's that time of year! Deck the halls and mull the wine while we list our favorite unconventional Christmas films! No Miracle on 34th street for us. We're watching Gremlins and American Psycho! Join us Saturday night as we list our favorite unconventional films and look forward to seeing yours.
Kenneth Mejia, a 32-year-old accountant, defeated three-term Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz in the race for LA city controller. "Inside the Issues: The Podcast" host Alex Cohen talks to the newly elected Mejia to discuss campaign tactics, the thrill of winning and his plans for the LA Police Department.
In this episode, Laura shares a big announcement and shift that's happening in Luscious Hustle. Tune in as Betsy and Laura share a personal behind the scenes look at what it means to truly trust your Human Design and unapologetically make big, bold moves in your life. [1:30] Announcement: A big, bold move for Luscious Hustle. [5:00] Permission to follow your Human Design. [8:30] Power Play: A case study of living your truth. [14:00] Why you can't outsmart the Universe. [20:00] Friendship and the future of Luscious Hustle. [23:00] What it really means to have a “luscious hustle”. HUMAN DESIGN READINGS: STAR STRATEGY SESSIONS are Human Design readings designed to bring clarity to your business & your life. Learn how to tap into your innate strengths and unique superpowers so you can take action with increased confidence and clarity. STAR STRATEGY SESSIONS are perfect for anyone who is looking to gain deeper insights into who they are and why they do what they do. Whether you are brand new to Human Design or have been studying it for a while, we have two levels of readings that give you the tools you need to lead an authentic, fulfilling life as your true magnetic self. BOOK HERE. FREE RESOURCES: New to human design? Get Your Human Design Chart HERE. Own Your Aura: ~ How to Build Your Business using Human Design Grab your ebook: Click HERE Before You Decide: How to Make Better Decisions Based on Your Human Design. Join the Workshop Click Here
When it comes to leadership, we normally think of one person that is in charge of holding the reins and steering the direction of a company. While it might seem counterintuitive to our traditional view regarding authority, oftentimes equally sharing power and influence can have more benefits than we can imagine.Robert Chapman, co-founder of Firebrand joins today's episode of The Melting Pot and shares how Firebrand became an incontestable leader of the Accelerated Learning market, with 21 years of continued growth and performance even while going through three major recessions and a world pandemic.We talk about the unconventional way he and his business partner Stefano Capaldo shared the responsibilities of leading the company as co-CEOs, the sales and marketing strategies they've improved and adapted for Firebrand and how they transformed Verne Harnish's book, “Scaling up” into the perfect blueprint for scaling their company. This is a fascinating episode packed full of insights, so make sure to download and listen. In today's episode: 21 years of successful business in an unconventional co-leadershipDelivering high-quality training at twice the speed of traditional methodsLeading a business through four recessionsThe Firebrand version of scaling up and the one thing that ensured its successSales and Marketing strategies they learned at Onyx and implemented in FirebrandSelling to BPP 21 years of successful business in an unconventional co-leadership, with Robert Chapman, co-founder of Firebrand Firebrand Training was co-founded by Stefano Capaldo and Robert Chapman and for the last 21 years has been a leader in the Accelerated Learning market. Even though conventional wisdom says two heads are better than one, co-partnership in the business world is often looked at as the odd one out. So how did Robert and Stefano build a successful company under such unconventional leadership?Like all relationships, being co-leaders requires trust, constant communication and a very clear understanding of the role each CEO has.“I was in charge of business development, sales, marketing, go-to-market strategy, he was in charge of delivering, hence the cook it, catch it tactic. If I got the fish, I threw it over the fence and I just trusted Stefano to go and make sure a great meal conjures up.”Delivering high-quality training at twice the speed of traditional methods Since its inception in 2001, Firebrand has grown at an incredible rate, from a start-up to a £ 20 million business. A testament to the value they offer through their unique Accelerated Learning methodology is their applicants' high rate of success in getting their IT and project management certification.“That puts a huge amount of pressure on us,” says Robert. “We gotta do a great job. We can't hide if the instructor's done a poor job of delivering that knowledge.”Leading a business through four recessions In regards to their leadership strategy, they've certainly made the right decisions, because successfully navigating a company through 4 major recessions including a global pandemic is not something everyone can do.“We took some really difficult decisions. We did make some people redundant, we asked staff to take pay cuts. But by the end of 2020, we'd navigated those waters pretty well and in a really strong position financially and paid back all the staff that had pay cuts.”“I do genuinely get really emotional because so many people went the extra mile during those periods and they genuinely didn't complain.” The Firebrand version of scaling up and the one thing that ensured its success When Brett Raynes, CEO of Cloud Direct and Robert's good friend told him to read “Scaling up” written by Verne Harnish he didn't imagine that this recommendation would become the blueprint for scaling Firebrand. “I vividly remember him saying, I've just read this book called “Scaling up”. You should read it. I read it and then I said to Stef, you should read this because I think this is the answer to the problem we've got.”So they tried everything in that book, and whatever stuck became the Firebrand version of scaling up. And from that trial and error strategy, there was one thing that became the determinant factor for their success.“I'd say it's the meeting rhythm and getting the cadence of a business and forcing the business to meet,” says Robert. “ If you do just that one thing, I'd be amazed if your business doesn't fly.Sales and Marketing strategies Robert learned at Onyx and implemented in Firebrand There are three key factors that Robert claims to have worked for them and transformed Firebrand into an incontestable leader in the Market. “Define your product, have great people, have great processes.” If you manage to be disciplined and keep these three elements going and “build on brand memory in such a way that people recognize the thing, but don't get confused” then your path to success is almost guaranteed. Deciding to sell For Robert and Stefano, 2022 was the year of the great leap. After leading their business for two decades, it came time for them to sell. “We planned it for years. You know, we didn't sort of wake up last November when BPP approached us and went, oh yeah, that's a great idea. We'll do that. We've been building up to it, again, off the back of scaling up. So it wasn't an overnight decision. (...) I'm 56 and when you think about it, you have to exit a business”, says Robert about Firebrand being recently acquired by BPP.But they never forgot to take into consideration their staff and the years they've dedicated to Firebrand. “I'm absolutely delighted that we've exited to BPP. It's so much about it that's right and the thing that's most right it's that it's great for the staff of Fiber. That's the thing I'm most proud of. So it wasn't kind of, the money's good but we don't like the guy we're selling to, which would have been a huge compromise.” Links: Linkedin-Robert ChapmanWebsite- Firebrand TrainingLinkedin- Firebrand TrainingTwitter- @BeAFirebrand Book recommendations:Verne Harnish- Scaling upAndrew Griffiths- Someone Has To Be The Most Expensive, Why Not Make It You?Jim Collins- Turning The FlywheelGeoffrey Moore- Crossing The ChasmRichard Shotton- The Choice Factory: How 25 Behavioural Biases Influence the Products We Decide to BuyAndy Maslen- Write to Sell: The Ultimate Guide to Great CopywritingConversion Rate Experts- Making Websites Win: Apply the Customer-Centric Methodology That Has Doubled the Sales of Many Leading Websites Enjoyed the show?Leave Us A Review
Join Governor and Kendel Ehrlich for a special 2022 midterm analysis episode. With the holidays approaching, don't forget to order your copy of Governor Ehrlich's newest book Original, Unconventional & Inconvenient — Donald J. Trump and His MAGA Movement. Order here. Love this podcast? Would you leave us a review on Apple or Spotify?
Join our Stronger Than Your Boyfriend Facebook group to ask questions that we will address them on the podcast!This week:Q 1: What do you both personally eat in a day?Q 2: What are your favorite unconventional training movements?Q 3: What are your favorite muscle groups to train?Tune in to hear our answers.Track: Upbeat Indie Rock [Rock Music] by MokkaMusic / Drive https://youtu.be/fYd5zprDwToMusic provided by "MokkaMusic" channel and https://inaudio.org
From marketing director for a real estate company, to wedding photography, to fine art, to a dream job working as a photographer for Magnolia, Kelli Kroneberger has dabbled with many mediums in many creative industries. As someone who has always been a little embarrassed by the twists and turns in her own career path, Kelli shares how she is learning to embrace the journey and give up her natural tendency for people-pleasing and seeking the validation of others. I think as entrepreneurs we can all fall prey to striving out of the need for approval and today's conversation is a permission slip to do what makes sense for you even if no one else understands. Embrace the journey, though it will likely not be a straight path, and have fun along the way! WILDFLOWER SHOWNOTES : shannaskidmore.com/kelli-kroneberger
Welcome back to the Thoughts That Manifest podcast! I am Ell and I am a mindset and manifestation coach who aims to inspire you to awaken your mind to the limitless potential that is within you. Today Courtney & I are back with another Unconventional Conversations chat! We are talking all about struggles with body image, self worth, getting comfortable with your sexuality and so much more. If you enjoyed this episode be sure to share it! Let's connect on Instagram Here! @ellduclos Let's connect on Instagram Here! @cahtney Check out my website here! @ellduclos Let's connect on Twitter Here @ellduclos Work with me: Grab an Astrology Reading Here Grab a Tarot Reading Here Book a Mindset Coaching Session with me Here Grab your Manifesting with the Moon Journal Here Grab 90 shadow work journal prompts Here
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Think goal-setting…with all the truths laid out. Join this two part episode with Continuum founders, Allie Hardy & Carly Dugan, for a super honest convo about setting & accomplishing goals. Key Points: Setting goals business goals for working moms Intentionally pushing against work “cultural norms” How “whys” drive decision making Imposter syndrome Celebrating wins Goal-setting tips Links referenced during this episode: thinkhappyco.com/programs Erin Condren: https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=995504&u=3182666&m=71368&urllink=&afftrack= Can't get enough of Think Happy? FREE Priorities, Balance, & Consistency Class: https://thinkhappyco.com/free-class Support the show: www.patreon.com/thinkhappy
Product Roadmaps – can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em Facts about roadmaps They are predicting the future As Neils Bohr said, “Prediction is hard, especially about the future.” A roadmap is interpreted as a commitment This is a cognitive bias of your audience You must manage it The audience doesn't really want to Read More
Today's fascinating guest is Arjun Khemani. He's an unconventional high school student from India with an insatiable yearning to understand the world. He's a blogger, podcaster, and writes a newsletter called Amazing things & Ideas. He's passionate about psychology, creativity, philosophy, and education reform. For more information about Arjun, visit www.arjunkhemani.com
Chip Conrad is a fitness coach and trainer on a mission to help people create better relationships with their bodies. Chip's unconventional programming and free thinking mentality led him found, BodyTribe, where he travels the country teaching, coaching and competing in a number of athletic events. Links: BodyTribe YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Bodytribechip Follow Chip on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bodytribechip/ BodyTribe Website: https://www.bodytribe.com/ Alex Hormozi podcast with Tom Bilyeu Powered by AreteAdaptogens.comEnter promo code, "symphony" at checkout to support the pod and support yourself :)
When it comes to public speaking, do you believe that there's only one way to do it? If you do, does this put added pressure on you? What would it feel like if you could find inspiration and develop skills from a multitude of sources — some not so conventional? You know, Pablo Picasso once said, “Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist.” I agree, as does my guest, Martin Henson, and he's here to give you several ideas on how you can develop your own public speaking skills. Takeaways - What it takes to be fluid and spontaneous when speaking - How to be comfortable - Managing your anxiety - What it takes to inform and motivate - What you need to connect with your audiences - The value of reading the room - Unconventional places to mine inspiration Resources - MartinHSpeaks.com - BMenFoundation.org - The Captivating Public Speaker available on Amazon
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1194 FRI, NOV 06 (11-11-22) #1- Unconventional ways that gringos learn Spanish: …and some methods that don't really work at all #2- Negative stereotypes about Latin America that 1st world wokesters distain (and won't admit) but are generally true: Stereotypes may not be PC but they are quite useful #3- The problem with having Netflix in Latin America: Yes, most all people have Netflix down here but there are things you really must know before diving in… #4- The truth about what's been happening in El Salvador since their Bitcoin experiment: The rumors of El Salvador's demise are greatly exaggerated. Come on!... don't tell me you really believe the lame street/ big bankster version? #5- Deadbeat dads in Latin America: Unfortunately there's a deadbeat in every family. They are everywhere in huge numbers and there doesn't seem to be any shame or stigma around it (sound familiar?) #6- Some weird findings at Latin American rummage and yard sales: Get ready to find some strange and interesting stuff … #7- Do you want to get into the exploding Crypto-currency world but don't feel quite confident enough to dive in? Our own Captain Mango has developed a unique one-on-one Crypto consulting and training service (he's been deep into crypto since 2013). To get started, email him at: email@example.com #8- Be sure to pick up my newly updated, "LATIN AMERICAN HEALTHCARE REPORT": The new edition for 2022 (and beyond) is available now, including the latest "Stem Cell Clinic" info and data and my top picks for the best treatment centers for expats and gringos. Just go to www.ExpatPlanB.com and click on the "Latin American Healthcare Report”.
Today's guest is the co-founder of the Summit Group and has built a global community of entrepreneurs, academics, scientists, spiritual leaders, and beyond. Elliott's journey to success has been anything but conventional and on this podcast, he will share his view on the unconventional journey to success. Elliott Bisnow is a co-founder of Summit Group, whose family of organizations includes Powder Mountain, Summit Series, Summit Junto, and Summit Impact. Bisnow is a startup investor, having made almost 50 early-stage investments, including Uber, Coinbase, Warby Parker & Allbirds. At 20 years old, Bisnow started Bisnow Media with his dad Mark, out of his college dorm room. Over the next decade, they grew the business into the largest commercial real estate media company in the world and it was acquired in 2016 by Wicks Group. Listen out for: - The story of how the first summit series started. ( Which Elliott paid for with his own credit card!) - How Elliott bought the largest ski resort in the US. - Why every business needs a community. - The importance of making big plans. Bonus: - Find out more about the Summit Series here
Today I address some of my favorite "unconventional"... maybe even... "rugby-specific" exercises that I like to program for athletes.These do not replace meat and potato basic lifts (feels weird saying that as a vegetarian) but are pretty uncommon to see in a gym and are very useful for a lot of players.More on Rugby Muscle:YouTubeInstagramFacebook GroupWebsite with ArticlesTHE Rugby Conditioning GuideRugby Muscle Elite 1on1 CoachingAll things Rugby MuscleJoin Our Free 5 Day Kick Off Program - How To Go From Out of Shape and Confused to YOUR BEST Athletic Performance: Rugby Muscle Kick OffSupport the show
Aussies have re-embraced travel with gusto since international borders reopened at the end of last year and Covid rules have been slowly eased over time. We are flying, cruising, touring, relaxing, adventuring and doing all the things we put off for those two locked down years. But there are also new holiday trends beginning to emerge and ones that were stifled during the pandemic coming back with a vengeance in 2022. Today we look at some new travel trends and some more unusual ways to spend your time on holiday. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at email@example.com CREDITS Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Elliot Lindsay, Murders Most Foul: True Crime Walking Tours Olivia Arezzolo - Sleep Expert Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Liv Proud Audio Producer: Thom LionBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Defining Moments of Leadership, a podcast hosted by Marsha Acker. We're joined today by guest Melissa Boggs and we're exploring the concept of Unconventional Leadership. What does it take to lead in a way that does not fit with traditional societal norms of what leadership might look like. We'll take a deep dive into this and share some tips on how to find your authentic leadership.
Episode 226 As the holidays approach, it is a great time to check in with yourself and create a self-care practice that starts with some unconventional practices. The holidays are not easy. From grieving the loss of loved ones to feeling stressed due to work obligations and family drama - we can tend to put ourselves on the back burner and say, “I'll start taking care of myself on January 1st; let me just get through the holiday." So, let's make a pact to lessen our loads and make time for ourselves to do what we want this holiday which is the ultimate form of self-care, so we set the tone for 2023 to care for ourselves throughout the year. In this episode, I share 10 ideas that are a bit more outside the box to help you create a self-practice that impacts your daily life and holiday season. To read this episode's full show notes, please click here. Let's stay in touch! Join Lori's email community to receive inspiration and tips on how to find joy + confidence in living alcohol-free later in life. Click here to join the mailing list. Private Coaching Are you interested in working closely to quit drinking for good? Schedule a complimentary discovery session to learn more about how private sobriety coaching can help you find joy and confidence in sobriety. Click here to schedule your session. Listen to More Episodes Going Alcohol-Free Later in Life You Don't Have to Skip to the Good Part in Sobriety 10 Ways to Get in the Habit of Living Alcohol-Free
Kari Ginsburg used her response to formative experiences in her 20s and 30s to move closer to her true self. Those formative experiences include an emotionally unstable marriage and surviving a brain tumor, not, “I had to work hard for a bad boss,” but she did that, too. With every step she took closer to her true self, life got easier. Today, she runs her own executive coaching practice where she ministers to her audience of “glitter bombs.” She also has some pretty specific goals she wants to accomplish in her forties that include paying down debt, growing her business and not being an a-hole. Guest BioKari nerds out about supporting people through personal or organizational transformation. She is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation and One of the first 500 recipients of the globally-recognized Certified Change Management Professional accreditation. As the HBIC (that's Head Badass In Charge) of Uproar Coaching, LLC, Kari supports women and femme leaders who want to spread out, get loud, and be boss bitches. In her free time, Kari enjoys anything true crime, snuggling with her rescue dogs, and she is losing the battle against the weeds in her garden.Finding Herself in Her 20sKari Ginsburg graduated college a year early, returned home and took a teaching job, though she had no formal teaching education and a theater degree. She thought a lot about what it meant to be a grownup while still living at home and having no friends. She knew she wanted to do theater professionally and she didn't want to wait tables. She was in a long-distance relationship with someone who was still in college and, truth be told, it wasn't the healthiest relationship. She allowed herself to be made small and shifted into someone she wasn't. She ended up marrying this person when they graduated college and that turned into an emotionally unstable and unhealthy relationship. She moved into a job that she was very good at but didn't love and was feeling unfulfilled in almost every aspect of her life. She felt both stifled and lonely. As an introvert, she doesn't mind being alone, but points out there's a difference between choosing solitude and being in despair. As someone who was raised to be strong and independent, Kari didn't feel comfortable “bothering” anyone with her emotional concerns. She was left to figure things out for herself and it took a long time for her to realize that she deserved better than she was getting in her relationship. Once she made that decision, though, her whole life changed and her career surged. She did do some wrestling with the concept of being a divorcee at the same time she was getting engagement announcements from many of her friends and peers. A few years later Kari ‘traded up' and married someone with whom she can be her “weird, strange, loud nerd” self and still be loved and supported. She finally gets to be and to do all of those things that she finds interesting that she's curious about, and is fully supported.“Best Case” Brain TumorWhen she was 30, Kari started having some bizarre physical symptoms. The right side of her face felt numb and a little tingly. She thought it was related to an emergency double root canal she had recently. She went to the dentist who said it wasn't related, but maybe she should see her PCP about Shingles. The PCP said it wasn't shingles and sent her to a neurologist, who found a brain tumor nestled behind her right ear. She calls her diagnosis the best case of bad luck because the tumor was completely benign, albeit huge. When she had the tumor removed she lost hearing in her right ear and the right side of her face was paralyzed for eight weeks. She worked with an occupational therapist to regain mobility in her face, and only shows evidence of her ordeal when she's tired. In her eight weeks of recovery, Kari had a lot of time
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: Order The Next Right Thing Guided Journal Grab a copy of my book The Next Right Thing Find me on Instagram @emilypfreeman Download a transcript of this, and every, episode at emilypfreeman.com.
The DSC Show for Friday 11/4/2022: On today's show celebrities shared their unconventional parenting advice and we all had to pick one to follow, we played Family Feud for Elton John tickets, and hear from a listener who's trying to trick a girl into falling in love with him!
Welcome back to the Thoughts That Manifest podcast! I am Ell and I am a mindset and manifestation coach who aims to inspire you to awaken your mind to the limitless potential that is within you. Today Courtney & I are back with another Unconventional Conversations chat! We are talking all about experiencing loss, overcoming fears of death, and how we cope with grief. If you enjoyed this episode be sure to share it! Let's connect on Instagram Here! @ellduclos Let's connect on Instagram Here! @cahtney Check out my website here! @ellduclos Let's connect on Twitter Here @ellduclos Work with me: Grab an Astrology Reading Here Grab a Tarot Reading Here Book a Mindset Coaching Session with me Here Grab your Manifesting with the Moon Journal Here Grab 90 shadow work journal prompts Here
We hit some of the highlights of FFRF's 45th annual convention in San Antonio, Texas, including welcoming remarks by U.S. Representatives Jared Huffman(CA) and Jamie Raskin(MD). Then we listen in to the live performance at that convention of the world premiere of the Godless Gospel musical group.
Welcome back to the Relatable Voice podcast! Today, The RV is headed to Washington state to speak with Riah Gonzalez. She is a business owner, speaker and author of the book “Successful AF”. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Pranay Parikh is a physician, Co-Founder and President of Ascent Equity Group, serial entrepreneur, online course creator, and host of the MD to Entrepreneur podcast. His unconventional journey to medicine helped him learn the skills to excel in entrepreneurship. He's helped launch a 7-figure online course, buy over $1.1 Billion in real estate, and helped hundreds of physicians launch their own businesses. His goal is to help launch 10,000 physician-led businesses. [00:00 - 08:02] Opening Segment Dr. Pranay Parikh is a physician and co-founder and president of Ascent Equity Group, He is an Online course creator and host of the “From MD to Entrepreneur podcast”. He has helped launch a seven-figure online course, buy over $1.1 billion in real estate, and helped hundreds of physicians launch their own. His goal is to help launch 10,000 physician-led businesses. [08:02 - 23:16] Doctors turn to real estate experts for deals Doctors from Ascent Equity Group work with real estate deals, and they bring in all the money to the table. They are able to find deals for their investors, and they are always looking at deals from multiple angles. Interest rates are high right now, but it's not just interest rates that are causing problems. Inflation is also a big issue. Operators should be honest with their investors, when something important happens or something goes wrong. [23:16 - 32:09] How to Retire Early and Passive Income Passive income is a means to achieve financial freedom and independence There are many ways to generate passive income, including real estate, investing, and podcasting It can be helpful to have a timeframe in mind for when you want to retire or gain extra income, as real estate takes time to build up wealth" [32:20 - 33:35] Closing Segment Final words Connect with Pranay Parikh by visiting their website at https://ascentequitygroup.com/ Or email him through firstname.lastname@example.org LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. I believe that you only need a small axe to build a lasting empire. Let's start building yours! To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook, or check out my website https://smallaxecommunities.com/ and book a call with me. Tweetable Quotes: "You are creating a second job for yourself. And that can be very successful and lucrative. But just know that if you're feeling time-crunched, then that's gonna be an issue, right? So you could do it, cause you've gotta either put in time or money. And the best is when you put in both, right?” - Satch Bernhardt