Kate Craig is a multifaceted individual whose journey has taken her from serving as a combat vehicle tester in the military to embracing the intricate world of bone art taxidermy. As a 31-year-old mother and veteran, Kate's experiences are as diverse as they are profound. She is the proud owner of Laughing Fox Boneworks, where she crafts unique art displays using ethically sourced animal remains and other natural elements. Each piece tells a story, reflecting Kate's deep respect for nature and her innovative artistic vision. Join us as Kate delves into her remarkable career, her passion for art, and the inspiration behind Laughing Fox BoneworksHere are links for you to bookmark, save, follow, memorize, write down, and to share with others:laughingfoxboneworks - Official Instagram - LinktreeLaughing Fox Boneworks (@laughingfoxboneworks) • Instagram photos and videosFacebookFind 'laughingfoxboneworks' on TikTok | TikTok SearchWHFC 91.1 FM WHFC is about much more than just great music— we're about supporting Harford County and showcasing the talents of our students and volunteers.WHFC is designed for—and run by—the Harford County community. Focused on teaching and learning, WHFC is centered around a state-of-the-art Student Learning Lab. It's open to anyone interested in radio, podcasting, the broadcasting Join the 30 Days of Courage NOW, and you'll be part of a powerful FREE online event starting October 1st-30th30 Days of Courage — Courage 365Support the showFollow the Conversations with Rich Bennett podcast on Social Media:Facebook – Conversations with Rich Bennett & Harford County LivingFacebook Group (Join the conversation) – Conversations with Rich Bennett podcast group | FacebookTwitter – Conversations with Rich Bennett & Harford County LivingInstagram – Harford County LivingTikTok – CWRB (@conversationsrichbennett) | TikTok Sponsors, Affiliates, and ways we pay the bills:Recorded at the Freedom Federal Credit Union StudiosHosted on BuzzsproutRocketbookSquadCast Contests & Giveaways Subscribe by Email ...
Host Samson Folk is joined by Mike Prada to discuss the Raps & Wiz. Timestamps will be affected by 30 seconds or 1 minute depending on implemented ads. 0:00 - Introductions 1:50 - Mike's thoughts on the Raps disappointing season 5:55 - Expectations for the Raptors offense 10:05 - The Raptors defense 15:10 - The changing Raptors 16:30 - Surviving without Poeltl 19:50 - Fred VanVleet's departure 21:25 - The Raptors front office 24:25 - Disagreeing about Siakam 29:05 - Unique teambuilding 35:10 - Nick Nurse's departure 38:20 - Darko is very well liked 39:40 - The Wizards finally traded Beal!! 44:00 - Excited about Bilal Coulibaly 52:50 - Gradey Dick 58:15 - Raps / Knicks lawsuit 1:06:10 - Parting shots Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode of SpaceTime is brought to by Incogni...protecting you and your data online. Use code STUARTGARY at the link below to get an exlusive 60% off an annual Incogni plan: https://incogni.com/stuartgary**SpaceTime with Stuart Gary - Series 26 Episode 114 Show Notes:** - **Orbital Satellite Collision:** Another satellite collision has occurred in space, adding to the growing concern of space debris and the looming threat of the Kessler syndrome. - **Mysterious White Dwarf Supernova:** Astronomers have discovered an extraordinary remnant from a supernova explosion observed in the Far East nearly 850 years ago, marking it as one of the most unique remnants ever found. - **SpaceX's Starship Update:** Following the dramatic explosion during its inaugural orbital flight on April 20, SpaceX's Starship is on track to receive flight clearance next month. The company has addressed most of the FAA's corrective measures. - **The Science Report Highlights:** - E-cigarette Usage & Stress: A recent study indicates that young e-cig users are over twice as likely to experience chronic stress compared to non-users. - Pandemic Phone Contamination: At the pandemic's peak, 50% of cell phones tested were found to carry the SARS-CoV-2 virus. - Sexual Partners & Age: Research reveals a fluctuating average in the number of sexual partners individuals have throughout different life stages. - Skeptics Corner: Dive into a critical examination of the renowned eastern European psychic, Baba Vanga. Optimize your knowledge of space, science, and more with Stuart Gary on SpaceTime. Don't miss out on this episode's intriguing topics!#astronomy #space #science #news #podcast #spacetimeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2458531/advertisement
On this special partner episode of Scran with 'Eat Drink Hebrides' Rosalind visited Uist for the first time and had the wonderful opportunity to sample just a little of what this unique island has to offer. First up Rosalind chatted to DJ Cameron from Long Island Retreats. A sixth generation crofter, DJ tells Rosalind all about his business and how visitors come from all over to understand their farming methods from field to fork. DJ explains that despite the challenges of trading on the Western Isles, their high quality product and singular location keeps customers coming back for more. Next up Rosalind met Mick Huda at Charlie's Bistro in Benbecula. Mick is a Production Manager at Salar Smokehouse. He explained how the business came to be and why their product is so singular whilst they tucked into some delicious salmon and scallops. All that running around Uist is thirsty work y'know - so the next stop was welcome - North Uist Distillery - set up in 2019 by Jonny Ingledew and Kate McDonald. It's home to Downpour Gin and in time, some of the first whisky ever to be distilled on the island legally. Whilst there Rosalind enjoyed a gin tasting, a tour of the facilities in this historic building and a chat with found Jonny. The final stop was at Lochmaddy Bay Prawns located at Clachan Sands where Rosalind met Tina Nicholson to hear all about their unique business which was a positive result of the impact of covid-19. If you are looking for somewhere to get away from it all and enjoy a wonderful welcome and delicious local produce, Uist is for you. You can find out more by visiting www.visitouterhebrides.co.uk and searching for 'Food and Drink'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brandon and Zane Hunt are brothers who have shaken and shaped the pizza industry since they opened Via313 in 2011. Brandon and Zane began Via313 out of a trailer in Detroit determined to expand and serve everyone up a slice. Now as a multi-unit brand, Via313 continue to serve delicious deep dish pizza all while perfecting their guest experience.On this episode you'll learn from Brandon and Zane about:Unique in-house hospitality tacticsTransparency around the realities of starting your own businessConnection and consistencyMore!Thanks, Brandon and Zane!
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Recently, at my Strategic Coach meeting we reviewed a graphic and concept titled “Transforming Your Industry” and it provided 3 Stages of becoming an Industry Transformer. Stage 1: Conventional Experience Stage 2: Unique Experience Stage 3: Transformational Experience In this episode, Dr. Josh Satterlee shares a devastating example of how conventional healthcare failed a dear friend of his and how that transpired. He also reveals how that doesn't have to be the case and how leveraging digital communication can transform your practice and the patient's experience and outcomes. According to Gino Wickman, you must “systemize the predictable so you can humanize the exceptional.”Josh details how you can leverage digital technology to enhance patient communication in your practice and how that will make you a better provider and avoid the conventional pitfalls that most healthcare deals with in modern medicine. It is time we build remarkable, Unique, or Transformational practices and no longer be mired in the conventional. To find out more about what Dr. Josh Satterlee is doing, transforming, and offering, visit here https://clinicgymhybrid.com/
Interview with Kyle Floyd, CEO of Vox Royalty (TSX:VOXR)Our previous interview: https://youtu.be/YWEibfLzbxs and https://youtu.be/QWYPralBVRwRecording date: 19th September 2023Vox Royalty CEO Kyle Floyd provided an update on the royalty company's performance and strategy in an interview at the Denver Gold Forum conference. Vox focuses on acquiring existing third-party royalties rather than originating streaming deals directly with operators.In 2022, Vox is on track to generate $11-13 million in royalty revenue, up from $9.7 million in 2021. Floyd highlighted a recent royalty acquisition that is already yielding a 15x return on invested capital, demonstrating Vox's ability to source high-return royalties.Vox leverages extensive databases and boots-on-the-ground deal teams to identify existing royalties globally, often from atypical owners like doctors, family trusts, and telecom companies. Since 2019, Vox has completed more third-party royalty acquisitions than any other company.This unique sourcing provides durable competitive advantages. Vox can transact outside competitive bidding wars for typical royalty financings, allowing it to consistently find strong returns even amidst an increasingly competitive royalty sector.Floyd stated the market is undervaluing Vox's existing portfolio and track record. The company will continue its disciplined strategy of deploying capital into overlooked royalty opportunities to compound portfolio returns over time.With a core focus on maximizing returns on invested capital rather than competing on absolute deal rates, Floyd sees Vox's business model as differentiated. The company offers pure exposure to increasing cash flows from a diversified royalty portfolio assembled at high rates of return.—Learn more: https://cruxinvestor.com
Saddle up and get ready for a wild ride because today, you're headed to the Buffalo Roundup in South Dakota! This episode is from The Travel South Dakota Stories, an immersive first-person podcast that takes you on a journey through the Land of Infinite Variety. In this episode, award-winning travel writer and host Brian Thacker takes you to one of my favorite hidden gem destinations in America, where you'll get to experience one of the most unique events in the state. Feel the ground rumble and the dust fly as sixty cowboys and cowgirls saddle up to bring in a thundering herd of 1,300 buffalo at the 57th Annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup. Through this compelling audio experience, you'll be right there with Molly, one of the cowgirls, as she cracks her whip and corals the galloping buffalo. You'll discover the buffalo's role in American and Native American History, hear from a Lakota rider who explains what the buffalo means to them, and so much more. Resources: Listen to The Travel South Dakota Stories podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of the oldest gated communities in CT started as the result of Jewish firefighters in Queens, NY wanting to get their children out of the city during a polio outbreak. The firefighters transformed a virgin, 600-acre site by hand into a gorgeous and serene community, featuring what is still one of the most pristine lakes in western CT. Over the years, summer bungalows have been replaced by year-round housing in the Lake Waubeeka community. And, one of the country's most famous musical legends spent her summers growing up there. The story is told by a professor of Jewish history, a long-time resident, and the author of a book on Lake Waubeeka, Jeffrey Gurock.
In this podcast, we talk with two successful brand leaders at Wildflower and Dave's Hot Chicken are two of the fastest-growing fast-casual brands in the United States. Wildflower was founded in Phoenix in 2017 and has over 20 locations nationwide. Dave's Hot Chicken was founded in Nashville in 2017 and now has over 100 locations nationwide and internationally.Both brands have experienced rapid growth due to their unique offerings and strong appeal to millennials. Wildflower is the first plant-based fast-casual restaurant chain in the United States, and Dave's Hot Chicken is known for its spicy chicken and laid-back atmosphere.Wildflower's growth has been fueled by its focus on sustainability and community. The restaurant uses locally sourced ingredients and donates some of its proceeds to local charities. Wildflower also offers a variety of cultural events, such as live music and art shows.Dave's Hot Chicken's growth has been fueled by its authenticity and sense of fun. The restaurant has a strong following among millennials, who appreciate its Nashville roots and spicy chicken.Wildflower and Dave's Hot Chicken are well-positioned for continued growth in the fast-casual industry. These brands offer unique and authentic experiences that resonate with millennials and are committed to sustainability and social responsibility.What does the growth of Wildflower and Dave's Hot Chicken say about the future of fast-casual?The growth of Wildflower and Dave's Hot Chicken suggests that fast-casual future is bright for brands that can offer unique and authentic experiences that resonate with millennials. These brands are also showing that millennials are interested in sustainability and social responsibility regarding their food choices.Fast-casual brands that want to succeed in the future need to focus on creating a unique and authentic experience for their customers. They also need to be committed to sustainability and social responsibility. By doing so, they can appeal to millennials and other consumers who are looking for more than just a quick and convenient meal.
Adam Mares, Brendan Vogt, and @DenNuggetsFans discuss what would separate this season's Nuggets from the teams of recent memory. Plus, Vogt throws together a Wish List, and the fellas fantasy draft sequels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we're talking specifically in regards to glucose. You don't care a bit about glucose, in and of itself. What you care about is your body's reaction to your food and lifestyle choices and resulting energy levels and clarity. And that's the point, your body does react to what you eat and how you live, but it's incredibly complex to understand the correlations. Unless, you are wearing a CGM…continual glucose monitor. This is new technology. If you're aware of them, you probably associate them with diabetics. Not anymore, and you're about to be schooled in some new hope. My expert on this topic and tech is Kara Collier. Kara is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist (LDN), and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC) specializing in glucose control and metabolism. And she's the the co-founder and VP of Health at Nutrisense, one of America's fastest-growing health-tech startups. I've been wearing a CGM from Nutrisense. And folks, this is not an ad. No money has exchanged between us…not that I'd be against it, but my motive here is helping myself, and you, with new opportunities to monitor, understand, and increase our health and wellness. You can check them out at nutrisense.io. You can watch this full episodes on YouTube - just search for “Self Helpful with Kevin Miller” The Self Helpful podcast is brought to you by Ziglar, your premier source for equipping Life and Leadership coaches. Visit Ziglar.com and let them inspire your true coaching performance. *This podcast is rated clean but the subject matter is adult themed and may not be suitable or relevant for children or those with fragile belief systems. Sign up for a 2 Day LinkedIn Master Class with Hala Taha yapmedia.io/course Use Promo code KEVIN for 30% off Go to Zocdoc.com/KEVIN and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today. InsideTracker is your personal health analysis and data-driven wellness guide, designed to help you live healthier and longer. For a limited time, Self Helpful listeners can get 20% off InsideTracker's new Ultimate Plan. Visit InsideTracker.com/helpful. Noom's changing how the world thinks about weight loss. Go to noom.com to sign up for your trial today! Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions – and manage your expenses the easy way – by going to RocketMoney.com/SELFHELPFUL. Download Dave today at Dave.com/selfhelpful! Head to airdoctorpro.com and use promo code KEVIN and depending on the model receive UP TO 39% off or UP TO $300 off! Go to AquaTru.com and use code “KEVIN” to receive 20% OFF any AquaTru purifier Sign up today at butcherbox.com/SELFHELPFUL and use code SELFHELPFUL to get $20 off your first order. Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at SHOPIFY.COM/selfhelpful. Get 50% off up to $20 and zero delivery fees on your first order when you download the DoorDash app and enter code SELFHELPFUL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What makes humans unique compared to the rest of the natural world? Can strict materialists answer that question? In today's podcast episode, neurosurgeon Michael Egnor speaks with Dr. Joshua Farris on the idea that human beings are made in God's image, the mystery of consciousness, and panpsychism. Additional Resources Source
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Boston College is heading on the road to face undefeated Louisville this weekend as they head to Kentucky to face the Louisville Cardinals. With new head coach Jeff Brohm, the Cards are undefeated, led by Jamari Thrash, Jawhar Jordan and a solid defense. Can Thomas Castellanos and the Boston College offense get the ball rolling with Ryan O'Keefe and Lewis Bond, or will Jeff Hafley's team struggle again? We look at the matchup in a special crossover episode with Locked on Cardinals host Dalton Pence. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! DoorDash Get fifty percent off your first DoorDash order up to a twenty-dollar value when you use code lockedoncollege at checkout. Limited time offer, terms apply. Betterhelp This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp.If you're thinking of starting therapy, give BetterHelp a try. Visit BetterHelp.com/lockedoncollege today to get 10% off your first month. Birddogs Go to birddogs.com/lockedoncollege or enter promo code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for a free water bottle with any purchase. You won't want to take your birddogs off we promise you. Jase Medical Save more than $360 by getting these lifesaving antibiotics with Jase Medical plus an additional $20 off by using code LOCKEDON at checkout on jasemedical.com. Athletic Brewing Go to AthleticBrewing.com and enter code LOCKEDON to get 15% off your first online order or find a store near you! Athletic Brewing. Milford, CT and San Diego, CA. Near Beer. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, NEW customers can bet FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED in BONUS BETS – GUARANTEED. Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
ESPN and Andscape senior NBA writer Marc J. Spears and famed Chef David Lawrence join Tavis for a conversation about their new Hulu series “The Conversations Project” which is a hybrid of a talk show and a dinner party featuring a series of far-ranging conversation topics with all kinds of Black guests - from athletes and entertainers to astronauts, Michelin-starred chefs, and philosophers – all while enjoying incredible food and wine. They join Tavis to talk about the genesis of the show and how it's revolutionizing the art of conversation and culinary experiences by bringing together diverse Black voices and talents in an engaging, intimate setting.
Robert ZInk unveils an incredible technique to rekindle your connection with that special someone within just 60 minutes. Are you longing to reignite the spark and bring back the person who means the world to you? Look no further as we share the secret to unlocking their heart and fostering a lasting bond. Our groundbreaking 60-minute technique is designed to help you effortlessly reconnect with your loved one on a deep, emotional level. Say goodbye to feeling disconnected and hello to a renewed sense of love and intimacy. Through this transformative method, you'll discover effective strategies for creating an environment filled with trust, understanding, and compassion. We dive into practical tips and psychological insights that will enable you to bridge the gap and reignite the passion that once thrived between you both. Join Robert Zink as he guides you through a step-by-step process, leveraging the power of effective communication, active listening, and thoughtful gestures to rebuild the foundation of your relationship. Reconnect with your special someone, reignite the fire, and cherish the love you share. Begin your 60-minute journey now! #robertzink #getyourspecifcperson #meditation Follow us at https://lawofattractionsolutions.com https://www.facebook.com/lawofattractionsolutions/ https://www.instagram.com/lawofattractionsolutions/ https://twitter.com/RobertZink770 https://www.youtube.com/lawofattractionsolutions https://miraclehypnosisonline.com/ https://the3wordformula.com/
Trump muddies the waters for the pro-Roe Biden campaign while also drawing pro-life fire -- what actually happened on Meet the Press? Mother Nature blesses Apple, but have the Green Agenda and Bidenomics created conditions for the largest strike in US history? Find out on this week's LOOPcast. Did you know… LOOPcast is on your favorite podcast platform. Subscribe on Apple, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen!LINKS YOU'LL LOVETrump's NBC comments (starts at 24:00)EDIFY video: How the Media is Duping You!Mother Nature Loves Apple?The Free Press: Kicked Out of the SocialistsJordan Peterson, Defender of the Church?Erika's Reading Challenge: We Are Re-PaganizingWANT MORE MAILBAG SEGMENTS? Your question could be featured on a future episode! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org If you love LOOPcast, consider chipping in to keep the mikes on! Become a Champion: https://catholicvote.org/champions All opinions expressed on LOOPcast by the participants are their own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of CatholicVote.
In today's episode, I'll walk you through a psychology infused process of creating a simple morning routine that you can actually stick to. You'll hear: Simplicity is the key to consistency Loads of options about what to include in your morning routine My own struggles with sticking to a routine What I'm finding helpful right now as a therapist with anxiety who's moving through a lot of uncertainty Want to create a simple journaling practice that will rewire your brain & grow your confidence?! Join me on 9/21 & 9/22 for ACTIVATE: CREATE A SIMPLE JOURNALING PRACTICE TO REWIRE YOUR BRAIN & EXPLODE YOUR CONFIDENCE ⚡️ Sign up HERE! COACHING // ⚡️BLOOM: 12 weeks of psychology infused, faith friendly group coaching to activate your next level confidence & step into next level fun, passion & purpose in your life! FALL 2023 ROUND STARTS 10/9 & IS THE LAST ROUND FOR THE YEAR⚡️ MONDAY MORNING JOURNALING PROMPTS // Sign up to get a self love, self confidence, mental wellness boosting journal prompt every Monday morning from me! Sign up here! CONNECT // DM me over on IG & let me know what you thought about this episode! ABOUT // Devoney is a therapist, life coach and hosts the Free & Well Podcast. She is obsessed with empowering & equipping women with simple, practical psychology AND spirituality based tools to start knowing they are enough & feeling more confident. She's here to help you stop second guessing yourself & being so hard on yourself so you can start being kinder to yourself, setting boundaries & feeling confident AF. DISCLAIMERS // Recommendations shared in this episode are based on my own personal opinion. No content provided by Free & Well and/or on this show is a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. It is all purely for educational purposes and is not a replacement for medical, legal, or mental health advice. Please call 911 if you are in an emergency, the Access & Crisis Line if you are in a crisis at 888-724-7240 or contact a licensed mental health provider for mental health support. See full disclaimer here. http://www.devoneytaylor.com/disclaimer
Syracuse assistant coach Allen Griffin joins the podcast to discuss the differences between working for Jim Boeheim and new Orange coach Adrian Autry, the battles going on in practice between guards Judah Mintz and JJ Starling and this year's group of centers, including 7-foot-4 transfer Naheem McLeod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What country holds annual bathtub races and has a prepared landing pod for flying objects? Also, it has a place where there are so many snakes that they look like spaghetti on your plate! Do you know where you can see the most cheerful town in the world? It's called Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! Yep, just like that, with two "ha's" and two exclamation marks! Still no idea? This country produces more than 70% of all maple syrup in the world! Several of the most popular superheroes, such as Wolverine and Superman, were created there. Yes, you nailed it: this awesome country is Canada, and here are 50 cool facts about this place! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Step into the transformative journey of shedding the shadow of shame and unlocking the extraordinary expression that awaits within your body and being. Join Alara Sage and Susan Jane on the Voice of Intuition Podcast as they delve deep into the profound impact of shame on our lives and the hidden brilliance it obscures. Prepare to be moved as they guide you through powerful insights and practical strategies to release shame, embrace self-acceptance, and awaken your unique genius. Discover the liberating power of self-love and self-expression as you embark on a path of healing, authenticity, and unbridled creativity. Don't miss this captivating episode that will inspire you to embrace your true brilliance and reclaim the beauty that resides within you. Tune in now and shed the shadow of shame to unlock the transformative power of your authentic self. How to connect with Alara: https://www.alarasage.com Want to connect with Susan: https://intuitivenature.com.au/ Share and Subscribe: https://www.podbean.com/pu/pbblog-t4wim-aa6031 Subscribe to the Voice of Intuition Podcast on YouTube now so you don't miss out. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfazeF-_VepTaBfbeZeSUUA?sub_confirmation=1
Have you ever wondered if how you were raised might secretly influence your career choices as a physician? In this week's episode, Dr. Pam Pappas and I delve into the influence of childhood experiences on physicians contemplating career changes. We explore how growing up with financial instability, trauma, or in an otherwise dysfunctional family can impact our approach to career decisions. Dr. Pappas, with her extensive background in psychiatry and coaching, sheds light on these dynamics and how to move forward when the past is limiting us in various ways. You can find the show notes for this episode and more information by clicking here: www.doctorscrossing.com/episode148 In this episode we're talking about: The link between financial insecurity in childhood and our drivers as adults The myth of a stable career in medicine Unique gifts that may come from a difficult upbringing A reminder that we are more than our patterns How understanding childhood motivations can help us make more informed decisions Examining our essence through the Enneagram, and its benefits as a personal development tool. How to recognize if you are being negatively impacted by your past Links for this episode: https://drpampappas.com/ - Dr. Pappa's website Information about the 9 Enneagram Personality Types Free Enneagram Test Enneagram Personality Test the $12 RHETI
To download the free guide that goes with this episode, subscribe at magicintheroom.com Today on Magic in the Room, we wrap up our series on discovering your unique contribution, which is the intersection of the needs of your community and your strengths, values, and experience. In many organizations, there is a need for some form of service, so understanding what great service is can help you figure out your unique contribution. In this replay episode of Magic in the Room, Luke, Hannah, and Chris discuss delivering outstanding customer service by developing high-trust relationships, being responsive, and providing quality. In many industries, focusing on the Big Six of Clean, Safe, Comfortable, Fun, Fast, and Friendly will ensure customer satisfaction. Research in this Episode: The bounds of service and the Service Profit Chain (PDF) Credits: Music by Evan Grim. Find his music on Apple Music.
In this captivating episode of Building Scale, we delve into Christy Webber's personal experiences and triumphs in the world both personal and business building. One noteworthy anecdote recounts how establishing credibility at a popular venue propelled her business forward. Throughout the episode Justin and Will allow Christy to reflect on her transformative journey being down and out, moving home, mowing lawns, hiring a landscape architect with a prestigious background, and the subsequent growth and improvement they achieved as a team. Trust and meeting deadlines emerge as essential elements, particularly in the realm of public projects. Christy also shares the exhilarating experience of securing a major construction projects, and witnessing the success and progress of her staff. The podcast takes a thought-provoking turn as they explore the challenges presented by the pandemic, which have significantly altered the dynamics of the workforce. The main theme we explore in this episode revolves around the paramount importance of accountability and adhering to established processes in the world of business. By embracing these principles, companies can minimize drama and financial losses, resulting in increased profits and the ability to provide higher wages. We also underscore the significance of fostering a supportive and dedicated team, exemplified by the invaluable contributions of Roger, who played a pivotal role in our company's success. Ultimately, this podcast offers a profound reflection on personal experiences and the invaluable lessons learned on the path of entrepreneurship. Join us in this episode as we unravel the secrets to building a thriving business and creating successful communities. - Christy's experiences and successes in business- Importance of credibility and diverse connections- Hiring smart individuals and business growth- Importance of trust and meeting deadlines- Challenges and lessons learned from the pandemic- Importance of accountability and following processes in business- Minimizing drama and financial losses- Looking inward for efficiency improvements- Impact of service industry on the middle-class- The significance of a supportive and dedicated team- Understanding who you hire and being prepared- Challenges faced in snow removal job without expertise- Challenges of acquiring a company with a different business approach- Importance of adaptability when entering new markets- Strength in working with municipalities and residential clients- Differences between city work and commercial work- Challenges and safety risks in city work- Impact of paperwork in commercial construction- Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) involvement- Unique aspects and challenges of city work and commercial construction- Importance of getting paid on time for small businesses- Role of mayors and aldermen in Chicago- Use of technology for accountability- Challenges in holding employees accountable- Transitioning from worker to manager- Learning from past mistakes- Gratitude for team support and invitation to learn from experiences Connect with Christy - Christy LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/christy-webber-0ab1896/Company LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/christy-webber-landscapes/ Company Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/christywebberlandscapes/ Website - christywebber.com/ Connect with Justin & Will -Will's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/willforet/Justin's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justneagle/Learn More & Connect With Spot Migration - Website: https://www.spotmigration.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/spot-migrationFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/spotmigrationYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Spotmigration Do you want to be a guest on the show? Go to https://buildingscale.net/guestsNeed to discuss your IT and Cybersecurity Strategy? Go to https://buildingscale.net/help
Caspian is an Associate Sales Engineer at Gong after having risen the ranks from SDR to Senior SDR. In today's episode, we talk about unique selling strategies that anyone doing cold outreach can rely on to help them hit their pipeline generation targets as it gets tougher to get in touch with prospects. ……………….. Interested in more insights, industry best practices, and actionable content →
Sometimes, deep and soulful insights can be found in surprising places. In this episode of Soul Guide Radio, I look at the evolution of human consciousness through a pretty unexpected lens — the TV series Ted Lasso, which aired on Apple TV (don't worry, you don't need to have seen the show to benefit from this episode!).Now, I don't watch a lot of television, but this series touched me on a soul level. I saw so much of my own experience in the series, as well as the experience of my husband. And I know that I'm not alone — many people connected strongly with this show, and I believe that it's because it beautifully reflects the evolution of the collective consciousness.In this episode, I explore how Ted Lasso became one of my life coaches, and what this character can teach us about finding our unique gifts, the importance of kindness, and figuring out where you should be in the world.Start unlocking your spiritual gifts. Listen now to discover: Three core ideas that Ted Lasso explored in ways unlike other showsWhat it means to be in the energy of proving and the impact of “little-t” traumaAn invitation that will have you expanding and evolving to the next level of your potentialTimestamps:00:01 Intro05:51 Soccer story & energy of proving10:49 Why Ted Lasso?13:06 Jason Sudeikis17:19 Ted Lasso & knowing where to be21:18 Kindness24:31 Healing27:12 Unique gifts30:30 What does it all mean for you?35:33 Invitation & conclusionLinks:Men in Blazers - Ted Lasso Pod SpecialStay connected: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/soulguidecircle Instagram: @allysonscammell Ready to grow a prosperous soul-guided business? Book an Intuitive Consult Seeking a high-vibe speaker or guest instructor for your event? Reach out here! — If Soul Guide Radio resonates with you, please consider leaving a review — this helps us to reach more soul-guided leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs. Podcast support: https://theultimatecreative.com https://copymagic.agency Interested in being a guest? Learn more: https://allysonscammell.com/podcast
Have you considered buying a business or selling your current business? Now may be the right time. Take a listen to this episode of Paychex THRIVE, a Business Podcast, as host Gene Marks talks with Bob House of BizBuySell about what you should know about the current market and how to go about buying – or selling—a business today. Topics Include: 00:00 – Episode preview 00:32 – Welcome, Bob House 01:36 – Introduction to BizBuySell 02:23 – What is the CoStar Group 03:33 – What BizBuySell offers 05:38 – Unique business offerings 07:41 – State of the market 09:34 – Impact of interest rates and financing 12:31 – Advice BizBuySell offers business sellers 14:21 – Influence of seller once business is sold 15:40 – Employee ownership plans 17:00 – Tax incentives for buying and selling businesses 20:05 – Ease of buying a business today 21:34 – Asset transactions 23:17 – Thoughts on multipliers 25:05 – Hot industries for those buying businesses 27:32 – Business broker 30:13 – Wrap up Have a guest or topic you'd like to suggest for the show? Submit your ideas here. DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.
No Frills Re-Release from The Ochelli.com ArchiveComedy Unique Rev UnscriptedThe Ochelli Effect as Broadcast on UCY.TV 3-12-2015 Rv. Bob LevySorry for the jarring Intro. Baby Frankie Makes some noise too.This one was just for Fun Ochelli Links:Ochelli Link Treehttps://linktr.ee/chuckochelliCare and Feeding for the network, Organ Grinder, and the badly trained monkey we call Chuckhttps://ochelli.com/donate/
In This Episode, You Will Learn: BTS strategies for operations, marketing, and sales. How to build and run a rapidly growing team. The key to calling and converting leads. Resources + Links: Connect with Sydney on Instagram | @sydney_everingham Learn more about the BRIX Real Estate Group | https://www.calgaryareahomesearch.com/ For updates and collaborations or opportunities, go to www.LetsPlayBigger.com Follow Raquel on Raquel Quinet's socials: Instagram | YouTube | Facebook | LinkedIn Find more resources on our website https://raquelq.com/podcast/ Check Out Our 2023 Play Bigger Events Grow Your Real Estate Business with Real Brokerage Show Notes: Your business blueprint for success is right here! Today, we'll be breaking down all things marketing alongside Sydney Everingham, entrepreneur and co-founder of BRIX Real Estate Group with a background in ISA! Sydney is here to share her expertise on operations, marketing, and sales so you can walk away from this episode ready to apply these lessons to your business. We will discuss the secrets to lead conversion, the qualities & skills all leaders need, and advice for running a team where everyone can thrive in their genius. These strategies will help you become a better leader and understand marketing at an even higher level. Find out how you can play bigger and impact more lives while you do it! 00:35 Learn everything you need to know about marketing with a true unicorn of the real estate world, Sydney Everingham! 02:20 How do you manage running a real estate team while wearing multiple hats? 04:25 What advice would you give to a past version of you? 05:40 How do you maintain a healthy relationship with your partner in and out of business? 07:40 What is one important lesson you've learned? 11:20 What skills do you need to run a team? 13:00 What did you learn from your ISA background? 15:20 Tips for calling your leads. 17:30 What are common mistakes when converting leads? 20:00 How do you handle objections? 23:05 What marketing generates leads? 27:35 What is your strategy for stories? 29:50 If you had to restart today, what would you do? 33:20 The mark of a true leader. 36:50 What are you most excited to work on? 39:10 What do you do to play bigger in business and in life?
Meet a man whose nationwide search for a prostate cancer cure led him to a unique treatment right here at home. Guests include Dr. Ronald Chen, radiation oncologist; chair, radiation oncology, The University of Kansas Cancer Center.
Britney Crosson is a social media thought leader, specializing in personal branding, that encourages business owners and creators to use their existing skills, talents and knowledge to create exciting content that will make a positive impact on their audiences. She is the host and executive producer of top global marketing podcast, The Social Sunshine Podcast, owner of Fun Love Media, an online marketing and media agency based in Houston, TX, and the founder of Small Biz Social Society, a membership that helps ambitious entrepreneurs stand out on social media. A performer since childhood, Britney naturally fell in love with social media back in the MySpace days because it felt like one big stage! And she hasn't stopped posting since! You may have seen her on social media dancing on her exercise equipment or hyping up her audience with a motivational business chat. With over 16 million views and counting, she's positively impacting lives all over the world through her videos. When Britney's not working hard on her businesses, you can find her having a dance party with her two kiddos or cuddled up on the couch with wine and her husband watching their favorite tv shows. You can find Britney on Instagram, LinkedIn and Website. Also, check out her business Website, Instagram and LinkedIn. Remarkable Quote: “A live audience in front of you is so special. You can see someone smile, you could see someone cry. Whatever the scenario, it's really special.” Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Are you smarter than everyone else or did you just get lucky? Larry Kim sold his first company for $200m. His second company got down to $500k cash in the bank before he leveraged non-dilutive funding from Founderpath to extend runway. The runway enabled a big pivot and revenue doubled to $3.7m. Can Customers.ai hit $6m ARR this year?
Chapter 1 What's The Reason I JumpThe book "The Reason I Jump" was written by Naoki Higashida, a Japanese author who has autism. It is a memoir in which Naoki Higashida provides readers with insights into his experiences and perspective as a person with autism. The book explores topics such as communication, sensory sensitivity, and the challenges and strengths of individuals with autism. It is considered a valuable resource for gaining a deeper understanding and empathy towards people with autism.Chapter 2 Why is The Reason I Jump Worth ReadThe Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida is worth reading for several reasons:1. Unique perspective: Naoki Higashida, who is a nonverbal individual with autism, offers a candid and intimate insight into his world. His ability to express his thoughts through writing provides readers with a rare understanding of the experiences, challenges, and emotions faced by individuals with autism.2. Breaking stereotypes: The book challenges common misconceptions about autism by highlighting the individuality and complexity of autistic individuals. It underscores that every person with autism has their own unique thoughts, feelings, and way of perceiving the world, debunking the notion that they are all the same or somehow less capable.3. Increasing empathy: Through his writing, Higashida aims to foster empathy and understanding towards individuals with autism. By sharing his experiences, frustrations, and moments of joy, he allows readers to step into his shoes and gain a deeper appreciation for the struggles and triumphs that come with living with autism.4. Shedding light on communication: The Reason I Jump delves into the difficulty autistic individuals often face in expressing themselves verbally. Higashida explains the internal thought processes and alternative modes of communication that he and others with autism use to connect with the world around them. This offers valuable insight not only for individuals with autism but also for their families, friends, and educators who may be searching for ways to better communicate and connect with them.5. Inspirational message: Despite the challenges he faces, Higashida maintains an optimistic and hopeful outlook throughout the book. His resilience and determination serve as an inspiration, reminding readers that individuals with autism have unique strengths and contributions to offer to society.Overall, The Reason I Jump is a highly regarded book because it offers profound insights, challenges preconceptions about autism, fosters empathy and understanding, and provides valuable guidance for improved communication with individuals on the autism spectrum.Chapter 3 The Reason I Jump Summary"The Reason I Jump" is a book written by Naoki Higashida, a non-verbal autistic Japanese boy. This memoir provides valuable insight into the mind and experiences of someone with autism.The book is divided into several short chapters, each addressing a common question or misconception about autism. Higashida answers these questions through his own personal anecdotes and reflections. He explains that his autism makes it difficult for him to communicate verbally, but he has found alternative ways to express himself, such as through writing.Higashida describes how he experiences the world differently from neurotypical individuals. He discusses the challenges he faces in understanding social cues, the overwhelming sensory input he receives, and the difficulties he encounters in expressing his emotions and thoughts. Higashida emphasizes the importance of empathy and understanding towards individuals with autism, as they are often misunderstood and underestimated.The memoir also explores the ways in which Higashida...
Chapter 1 What's Hidden Valley Road"Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" is a non-fiction book written by Robert Kolker. It was published in 2020 and tells the true story of the Galvin family, who lived in Hidden Valley Road in Colorado. The family had twelve children, and six of them were diagnosed with schizophrenia. The book explores their journey as they navigated the challenges of living with mental illness and the scientific research surrounding the Galvin family's genetic background. It delves into the complexity of mental health, family dynamics, and the quest for understanding and treating schizophrenia.Chapter 2 Why is Hidden Valley Road Worth ReadHidden Valley Road by Robert Kolker is worth reading for several reasons:1. Unique storyline: The book revolves around the Galvin family, who became the subject of an extensive study on schizophrenia in the 1970s. The family had twelve children, six of whom were diagnosed with schizophrenia, making it one of the most significant cases of mental illness known. The book explores the impact of mental illness on the family members and sheds light on the challenges they faced.2. In-depth research: Robert Kolker extensively researched the Galvin family's history, utilizing interviews, medical records, diaries, and other sources. He delves deep into the family's past, tracing their origins and exploring the influences that may have contributed to the development of schizophrenia. Kolker's meticulous research adds authenticity and credibility to the story.3. Emotional and personal storytelling: Hidden Valley Road is not just a clinical exploration of mental illness but also a deeply personal account of the Galvin family's struggles. Kolker paints a vivid and sensitive portrait of each family member, bringing their experiences and emotions to life. This makes the book emotionally engaging and allows readers to develop a genuine connection with the characters.4. Raises awareness of mental illness: The book is an important contribution to raising awareness about mental illness, particularly schizophrenia. By humanizing the experience of schizophrenia through the Galvin family, Kolker helps remove the stigma associated with mental illness and promotes understanding and empathy.5. Engrossing narrative style: Kolker's writing style is engaging and accessible, making Hidden Valley Road a compelling read. He weaves together different storylines, seamlessly blending science, history, and personal anecdotes. The book keeps the reader hooked from beginning to end, making it difficult to put down.Hidden Valley Road has received critical acclaim for its fascinating subject matter, detailed research, and compelling storytelling. It offers a unique perspective on the effects of mental illness on a family and provides valuable insights into the challenges faced by individuals with schizophrenia and their loved ones.Chapter 3 Hidden Valley Road SummaryHidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family is a nonfiction book written by Robert Kolker. It tells the true story of the Galvin family, who became known as the “poster family” for schizophrenia. The book intertwines the Galvin family's personal journey with the scientific discoveries made about the disease.The Galvin family, who lived in Colorado in the 1960s, originally seemed like the perfect American family. They were middle-class, with twelve children, and their father, Don, was a military career man. However, as the children grew older, it became apparent that something was not right. Six of the boys started exhibiting symptoms of schizophrenia, which led to chaos and turmoil within the home.As the family struggled with the devastating effects...
We greatly value the unique and contributing role of families. Margo Watson is joined by Gloria Boberg and Dr. Tres Tanner. “Families are the unit in society which is especially comprised of a man and a woman who are husband and wife who are bonded so that they can meet each other's physical and emotional needs as well as to, among other things, have the opportunity to procreate and bring children into the world so they can then care for those children” - Dr. Tanner “The family is the stability of life. When you count on one another, and you form the foundation to build upon and to trust each other and learn from each other. If someone tries to take that apart, to me it's like they're trying to pull the power from the family unit.” - Gloria Boberg “When there is a family nucleus, there's always a strong foundation when we can support each other, love each other unconditionally. We, then have, love and respect for each other. Through communication, we learn how to make a healthy family.” - Gloria Boberg “When a woman goes through nine months of carrying that fetus in her uterus and then birthing that child, that involves a high level of sacrifice and pain and commitment, which leads to the kind of motivation that [other people] will never have the same level of commitment as has a mother.” - Dr. Tanner “One of the cool things about families is that we learn from one another. Parents learn from children as well as children from parents. So it's a really cool unit of society, where you live together, and you learn together, and you reinforce each other with that unconditional love.” - Dr. Tanner “You have to understand that a human being is not disposable. You don't throw anyone away.” - Gloria Boberg “One of the central reasons why there are so many problems is because of selfishness, and or, related to that is we live in a very much of an individually focused society and so it's not natural… for people to think in larger terms, and we need to do that.” - Dr. Tanner “People can and do change, are capable of turning things around… so you need to make sure you always stay focused on the hope that people are capable of learning how to be really strong and effective people, because what happens is once they start to do that, it becomes self reinforcing and they love it and they want to learn more and more and do more things to stay that way.” - Dr Tanner “For people that have no family, or they have dysfunctional families, that does not mean that you can't be healthy and build your own family, and that's really important to remember.” - Gloria Boberg “Part of building yourself up is to teach and guide other people to help them learn. We can share these experiences by what we know.” - Gloria Boberg “Going back again to the family unit, it is so critical in the development of individuals, but also in the development of the community around us” - Margo Watson “There are lots of people in this world that are quite alone, and they don't have these family networks that they can depend upon, nevertheless, even a person, or a single parent, trying to do their very best to work with a child, without any other family support, can learn to become a very effective family unit, just those two of them, and what happens is when they develop that, and the great feeling of relief and satisfaction that comes, because they're applying correct principles with one another, and they're getting tremendous satisfaction from that.” - Dr Tanner “Anyone out there can realize there are wonderful things that they can do to make their lives better and really find great satisfaction even if they haven't had the advantage of having had an initial exposure to that.” - Dr. Tanner “The husband-wife relationship is really the core relationship in life, because if that is going well, they're in a much better position, that couple, to do a much more effective job of parenting.” - Dr. Tanner Dr. Tanner's 6 basic practices for a thriving relationship: Share care Connect Confront Resolve Grow “Learn how to talk and have respect for each other.” - Gloria Boberg “Families have to understand there's give and take, and you have to learn, and you have to learn ways to communicate. I think having your own set of boundaries is important. You also have to understand the perspective of where other people are coming from.” - Gloria Boberg “There is nothing that can even compare with the kind of benefit to society that happens when you are committed to your children as a mother or your spouse and you can just set the tone of having happy relationships functional people, there's nothing quite like that and you can feel proud and grateful for the opportunity you have.” - Dr. Tanner “Look for the good, because there's a lot of it!” - Dr. Tanner Dr. Tres Tanner has dedicated his career to strengthening families. He has helped thousands of individuals, couples and families in over 25 years' experience as a Professional Relationships–Life Coach / Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. He also has over 25 years' experience teaching and training people in Seminars, Workshops, Professional Speaking Engagements, and in undergraduate and graduate University Classes, Marriage Retreats, etc. Margo Watson is the Director of Outreach Marketing and Fundraising for Big Ocean Women. She has a Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communications and Music. Her dynamic talents led her first to critically acclaimed performances in countless Theater and Concert stages around the country as a soprano soloist and lead actress which included musicals, opera, operetta, orchestral works, comedies, movies, commercials and on-camera TV host. These experiences helped prepare her later as a young widow to work in the fields of in-house public relations and marketing for high tech, retail, medical industries and promotion for celebrities, so she could support her young family. Margo has had extensive experience as an on-camera talent, marketing, advertising, public relations-internal and external, public speaking, production, diverse writing for magazines, commercials, press releases, infomercials, books, press kits, speeches and such. She hopes her skills will be useful to help Big Ocean Women spread their mission of empowering women worldwide. She has six adult children and 9 grandchildren which are the most precious gifts to her.
On this episode we discuss the backlash Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are facing after writing character letters for Danny Masterson, the manhunt for Danilo Cavalcante, disgraced Spanish soccer president Luis Rubiales finally resigns after kissing soccer player Jennifer Hermoso, Aaron Rodgers Achilles tendon injury after four plays, Perfect Talk Product Talk with designer Laraya and much more!! DJ Playboy presents The Perfect Talk Podcast. Unique perspectives on music, politics, movies, sports & popular culture. Theme Music by: Dwellz The Producer Search Dwellztheproducer on Soundcloud. Follow on instagram: @perfecttalkradio @meandmy_35 @pliccapeezy Follow on twitter: @PerfectTalkPod @DJPLAYBOY @CornellNY Follow DJPLICCAPLAYBOY on the Mixcloud app and tune into The MONEY TALKS RADIO SHOW & THE NIGHT SHIFT radio show For more episodes and info check out www.perfecttalkpodcast.com
In this episode of 'That Farm Life', Stan sits down with Dr. Aneita Cooper, Ph.D., LPC-S. Aneita is a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor and serves as the Director of Counseling Services at Williams Baptist University.During the conversation, Aneita and Stan talk about practical mental health help for those in the agriculture community, such as the need for community, accountability, and healthy time boundaries.We'd love to hear your feedback! Please reach out to us if you have ideas for future shows or how we can make That Farm Life even better! Email us at email@example.com!That Farm Life is produced by Eagle Farms at Williams Baptist University. That Farm Life Podcast is also a resource of Agri Health Network. For more information and to find more resources, check out AgriHealth.net. Are you interested in graduating from college debt free? Check out the Williams Works program at WBU! For more information, call 870-759-4120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How and why a small business should design a category and own their niche with Christopher Lochhead. If the idea of standing out, for all the right reasons, in your crowded marketplace appeals (and why wouldn't it?!), then it's time you became a category pirate! Arrrrrrrrr, it's episode 651 of The (14 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. A little more about Category Design expert author Christopher Lochhead ... If you're a regular listener of this podcast, you'll have heard me bang on about the power of owning a niche an inch wide and a mile deep. Well, you no longer need to take my word for it, as we're about to hear from a world-leading expert on this exact topic or as he likes to call it …. Category Design. Christopher Lochhead is a dyslexic paperboy turned three-time Silicon Valley public company CMO and investor / advisor to 50+ startups; however he's best known as the Godfather of Category Design, having written numerous best sellers including Niche Down, Play Bigger and The 22 Laws of Category Design; he publishes a newsletter on the topic, plus he has a podcast called Follow Your Different. Get ready for a captivating conversation on how to think differently and why seeing the world through a category design lens can change the course of your business and your life. And just a reminder that all Silver Members of my Small Business owners Membership can watch the full video of this interview over at Pateron.com/MarketingPodcast. There's a free, no-obligation 7-day trial, then it's 47 tax-deductible dollars per month. Righto, here's Christopher explaining what category design is and how it differs from niching. Businesses that make this podcast possible eBusiness Institute - Watch eBusiness Institute's free 90-minute Masterclass on how and why to buy, renovate & sell content websites. StudioHawk - No generalists, just a damn good SEO agency (award-winning actually!). Patreon - Join Timbo's Business Owner Membership and take control of your marketing. Book Tim Reid - Keynote or conference emceeing. As always, thanks for your support. May your marketing be the best marketing. Timbo ReidSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How did we move from suffering in the heat with room-temperature drinks to ice-harvesting capitalists and fanatical ice consumers? America's journey to ice obsession started right here in Boston with the enterprising Frederic Tudor, who envisioned something seemingly preposterous: bringing ice to the tropics. The Tudors were one of the wealthiest families in Massachusetts. The family had servants who harvested large blocks of ice out of the lake on their estate, and an ice house to store that ice underground, where it could stay cool year-round. "For about four centuries or so, the planet Earth was a lot colder than it is now ... lakes and rivers froze much deeper than they do now. So people could carve large blocks of ice out of those bodies of water for use in their everyday lives, such as cooking or medicine, what have you," Amy Brady, author of the book “Ice: From Mixed Drinks to Skating Rinks — A Cool History of a Hot Commodity,” explained on GBH's Under the Radar. Frederic Tudor, in his early twenties, decided to try selling those ice blocks to people who lived in warm climates, where ice didn't form naturally. He determined that if he could make it to Cuba, he'd be a made man. But he was eventually successful in convincing people to use ice. Frederic even turned several port cities in the Southern U.S. into what he called "ice cities," and inspired a number of copycat entrepreneurs. "Out West, the natural ice harvesting industry really took off quickly until about the 1860s, when the Civil War cut off the Southern ice supply from the North due to the wartime embargoes," Brady explained. "And so it was shortly after that, that mechanically made ice became popular, with ice-making plants cropping up along the south." Even if the war hadn't occurred, Brady believes the natural ice industry would have met a similar fate. "Lakes and rivers are the homes of many organic beings: the fish, of course, the plants and the microorganisms that live in there. And all of that was true in the 19th century, just as it's true now. And people would ingest that. ... So it wasn't uncommon for people to get very, very sick," she said. GUEST Amy Brady, executive director and publisher of Orion Magazine, coeditor of "The World as We Knew It: Dispatches from a Changing Climate," and author of "Ice: From Mixed Drinks to Skating Rinks—A Cool History of a Hot Commodity”
Ken Brock joined THE PROTECTORS® PODCAST to talk about blades, titanium, his LEO career and a ton more. We were joined by Ken's wife Janet as co-host. Support the showMake sure to check out Jason on IG @drjasonpiccolo
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast FOLLOW HAPPY DAD: https://www.instagram.com/happydad FIND HAPPY DAD: https://www.happydad.com/find Prior to kicking off the NFL season, Coach McDaniel found some time for us to sit with him and talk about life lessons, football and what's ahead. A man who had a dream from a young age and passion for football took his dream and parlayed it into a head coaching job in the National Football League and has created something special with his team in South Florida. A Yale graduate, making him an unique candidate and person for being a head coach in the NFL but also makes him stand out and be someone who captivates people and his players with such a different coaching style and his young age also generates a lot of buzz but all factors that McDaniel said he embraces. The conversation and wisdom in his words is something players latch onto but also his academic analyzation of Xs and Os is something that makes Miami a team with an aggressive offense and team that problem solves to only get better each week. With the Miami Dolphins projected to be one of the top teams in the AFC, McDaniel talks about how he welcomes the competition and says if you can't play against the best then what's the purpose in the long run. In a tough division with the Bills, Jets and Patriots, McDaniel says it's a title up for grabs and any team can win and focusing on the present and each day is a chance to be the best. Fascinated by his coaching style and relationship with players, the guys dive into what has shaped McDaniel and his coaching approach and what is the mindset into each day, each game and with different players. Talking about life Pivots, McDaniel further expounds on his time away from the NFL because of his alcohol related issues and how losing something you love is painful but carrying that pain of the loss is something that motivates you everyday to be the best you and make the most of every opportunity. He also talks about becoming a father has been one of the most moving and powerful experiences that keeps him going each day and wanting to be the best him. Tap in every Tuesday at 12p Eastern for our premiere episode of the Pivot. Special football drops on Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. We are your one-stop platform for all your sports and entertainment content. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming Pivot special episodes and check out our clips channel for behind the scenes moments and extra content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Unstoppable REI Wealth, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeff Nydegger, the CEO of Kendall Partners. With over a thousand transactions under his belt, Jeff has been leading the company since 2007. During our conversation, Jeff shared valuable insights into his hiring process, highlighting the use the tools he uses to ensure his team members align with the company's values. He also discussed his review process, which has garnered close to 300 testimonials. Additionally, Jeff emphasized the importance of salespeople and staff training and their role in scaling the business. If you're looking to scale your own real estate business, you won't want to miss this episode. Tune in to gain valuable advice from Jeff's expertise in direct-to-seller marketing and buying houses off-market in the greater Chicago metro area. - Interview with Jeff Nydegger, CEO of Kendall Partners- Scaling mode: marketing and expansion- Hiring process and use of Pi tool- Review process and testimonials- Salespeople for staff training- Kendall Partners specializes in direct-to-seller marketing- Focus on rehabbing, flipping, and wholesaling- Unique approach to wholesaling in the Chicago suburbs- Transparency and reliability in the market- Future plans to incorporate Novations- Implementation of Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS)- Structure of expanding team- Importance of transparency and seller satisfaction- Scaling the business with departments- Importance of well-structured organization and strong team- Treating real estate business as a business- Motivating and guiding operational staff- Building and retaining a great team- Hiring qualified individuals and aligning with core values- Navigating challenges and anticipating market shifts- Understanding individual preferences and strengths- Improving team dynamics- Importance of being in the right seat within an organization- Avoiding burnout and maximizing productivity- Creating a healthier and more efficient work environment- Understanding oneself and employees within an organization- Negative impact of employees in wrong roles- Importance of people and processes for business success- Strategies for successful sales and building trust- Clear expectations and transparency in growth journey- Investing in branding and marketing for credibility- Training and learning from experienced professionals- Listening to potential customers and addressing concerns- Giving salespeople enough time during appointments- Role shift after purchase agreement is signed- Testimonial process and requesting five-star reviews- Genuine interactions and impact on business reputation- Importance of online reviews and credibility- Correlation between reviews and SEO- Use of AI and direct mail in marketing strategies- Impact of direct mail on lead generation- Challenges with lead generation and conversion- Treating unqualified leads with compassion- Utilizing various marketing strategies- Conversion rates and ratio of leads to deals- Efficiencies and high level of customer care- Challenges of real estate market in New York and Chicago- Tracking and analyzing marketing efforts- Importance of careful marketing analysis and strategy- Financial aspects of real estate business- Gross profit range and knowing your numbers- Adjusting marketing budget for success Connect with Jeff - https://www.kendallpartnersltd.com/https://www.jeffbuysyourhouse.com/Email - Jeff@kendallpartnersltd.com And after that head on over to...https://easysell411.comhttps://billyalvaro.comhttps://billyssecrets.comWho knows maybe you will be our next partner?To get some neat (and FREE) Tools | Tips | Tricks to help you in REI!
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