There was a 60-year-old business leader, a well-respected member of his community. He was asked what advice he would give his younger self. His answer was," Don't wait until you are 60 to find what you were meant to do". Brandon Faust heard this advice and has made it a mission to help everyday leaders make their most significant impact possible. Brandon does this at his non-profit Wayfinders with individuals who are unsure how to leverage their skills, values, and dreams to make a difference in their personal and professional lives. Brandon also works with business teams at Switchback, helping companies have the right person in the correct role to match their skills and passions. Find out more at: yourwayfinders.org switchbacktosimple.com Are you ready to make your greatest possible impact? Learn your transferrable skills, workplace values, teammate and supervisor requirements, salary expectations, location needs, and more through our LifeMappingU experience. Visit www.danieleccles.com/careerconsulting Find out more about the Learned Opportunity Podcast at danieleccles.com/podcast or you can follow us on Instagram @learnedopportunity For Career Consulting. Podcast Consulting, Public Speaking, or Media Requests, visit DanielEccles.com
Many of us think of church as a restaurant, where we come and sit down to be served – our job, then, is to consume and be fed. But in Acts, we read that early followers of Jesus followed a different model and unleashed compassion to the extent that there were no needy persons among them. “Spiritual growth happens much more quickly in the KITCHEN than at the TABLE.”
Hurricane Ian tears through Florida, bringing with it life-threatening storm surge and catastrophic wind damage. In Punta Gorda, trees are whipping as winds top 130 mph. Across Florida people are trapped in their homes while some homes are being flooded out. Parts of one city, Bonita Springs, are completely underwater.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Host Carol Flagg sits down with Paul Schrimpf, Partner in Prophet's Healthcare Practice, and part of its North American Leadership Team. Unleashing the power of people, businesses and brands to move society forward. That's the messaging you'll find on the About page on Prophet's website. Prophet is a global consultancy firm helping companies around the world think differently about growth and transformation, especially in times of disruption. Many of these clients come from the healthcare industry. On this episode, Carol is joined by Paul Schrimpf who has a lot to share about the process of transformation in healthcare and is the host of not one, but two podcasts. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
It's time to stop robbing the world of your gifts…And finally become the “higher self” you've always wanted to be…Do you feel you've not reached your full potential?Do you want to innovate and disrupt the status quo, but something is holding you back…My friend and colleague Trevor Turnbull overcame this challenge. Recently, he founded The Source Collective to help change makers and visionaries amplify their impact and unleash the full potential of their “higher self.”In this episode, Trevor shares… How he overcame self-doubt to start a new chapter Why credentials don't matter like they used to Predictions for the future of innovation Wisdom for unlocking your “higher self” And more…
We have the honor of hosting one of the foremost scientists - not just in his field, but in the world - Dr. Stephen Faraone, to learn about the concrete evidence of ADHD's existence, both in children and adults. Get your copy of Unleashing the Power of Respect: The I-M Approach today!
We are excited to introduce you to Rachel Marie Kang. Rachel is the author of Let There Be Art: The Pleasure and Purpose of Unleashing the Creativity within You, which releases October 11th. Robert had the pleasure of talking with her about the book, the creative process and how we can participate in art, whether we consider ourselves artists, creatives, writers, or even none of those things. This book is a wonderful addition to your fall reading. It will draw you closer to God, while also giving you permission to participate in beauty and in creation in new ways. Rachel is a New York native, born and raised just outside New York City. She is a writer of poems, prose, and other pieces, and she is the founder of Fallow Ink. A mixed woman of African American, Native American (Ramapough Lenape Nation), Irish, and Dutch descent, she is a graduate of Nyack College with a Bachelor of Arts in English with Creative Writing and a minor in Bible. Her writing has been featured by Christianity Today, Charlotte Magazine, and (in)courage. Rachel lives and writes just outside Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband and two children. Connect with Rachel:Website - https://www.rachelmariekang.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rachelmariekang/Pre-Order Bonuses - Let There Be Art: The CollectiveList of resources mentioned in this episode:Creation Rediscovered by Jeffery M. LeonardThe Fallow House - An online creative community led by Rachel Marie KangList of coffee mentioned in this episode:Velvet Thunder - Disco Coffee RoastersVelvet Blaze - Summer Moon CoffeeFollow Coffee Time Conversations, or Robert or Rebecca on Social Media: InstagramCoffee Time Conversations - https://www.instagram.com/coffeetime.conversationsPrince Art Studio - https://www.instagram.com/princeart_studio/Rebecca - https://www.instagram.com/prince_beckRobert - https://www.instagram.com/robertprinceFacebookCoffee Time ConversationsPrince Art StudioWebsitesCoffee Time Conversations - https://www.coffeetimeconversations.comRobert's Writing - https://recognizingthedivine.comPrince Art Studio - https://www.princeartstudio.com/
Can you believe???? My little baby (podcast) is all grown up. When I started this show all I knew was I wanted to use my voice to connect with other people and I really wanted to do that through a podcast AND that I knew repressed creativity was the cause of so much of the world's suffering and I wanted to help people unleash. What I have learned, the community I've gained and the love I've poured into this show and it has poured into me has been so much greater than what I could have anticipated. Through it I have gotten to meet some of the kindest, most talented souls in the world (you,) talk with my heroes and discover and bring myself to the table in a more authentic way than I knew possible. So today we're taking a trip down memory lane - I'm going to share some of my favorite Unleash Lessons and my top takeaways from 200 episodes. From this, you'll learn: -Why inspiration is great, but at the end of the day, unleashing is an Inside Job -Why you should never let fear of making a mistake rule you -Why going through pain is necessary sometimes in order to get the life you want -Why maybe multi-passionate life has its drawbacks and ways to overcome them/focus for a time -Why Planning is overrated -The importance of consistency (and why it's hard AF for me) -How to overcome a creative block from yourself or others with the negativity bias antidote -How the artist alchemizes pain -Why let go, let God really works for sensitive souls trying to achieve a dream -How Morning Pages have saved my life (and my gentle plea that you try them, too) -Why ageism is BS -creativity does NOT have an age limit -Why regret is a myth -Why just because something is more popular, doesn't mean it's better AND MORE! -Remember to subscribe/follow to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. Please leave us a rating and review- it helps SO much in getting the show out there. And tell a friend about the show- podcasts are very personal and tend to be spread person to person. If it helped you or made you smile, share the love :) Follow me/the show: @laurenlograsso @UnleashYourInnerCreative --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unleashyourinnercreative/message
Today's conversation is with Dr. Frank Cox, the Senior Pastor at North Metro Baptist Church in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Dr. Cox believes that the men of the local church should be on the front lines of missions, outreach and evangelism, and he works with the men of North Metro Baptist Church to help them lead in this area.Want to learn how your church can partner with OneChild to bring HOPE to kids living in hard Places? Click Here!First, it's clear from this conversation that the men of North Metro Baptist are active in missions and outreach because they see Dr. Cox engaging in the community in these areas. It's one thing to hear about loving and serving others from the pulpit on Sunday. It's a completely different thing when you see your pastor doing that at the local high school football games every Friday night. Second, Dr. Cox reminds us that men want to be involved, but you have to give them ways that fit who they are. The men of North Metro Baptist are involved in everything from picking up people and bringing them to church, to leading trips to Guatemala. Give men different ways to be involved that fit their personalities. And finally, as a pastor or missions pastor, Dr. Cox stresses that you have to equip men to share their faith. Teach them what that looks like. Help them understand how to have those conversations. Then unleash men who love Jesus into the world and watch what happens.Learn More About North Metro Baptist Church Learn more about OneChild HERE!
What do you turn to when you're looking for a mystery without murder? In this week's episode, Brook and Sarah discuss some less violent, but very satisfying, mysteries. Books, films, and TV shows discussed Super Structure: The Key to Unleashing the Power of Story (2015) James Scott Bell Gaudy Night (1935) Dorothy L Sayers Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts (2019) Kate Racculia "L" is for Lawless (2009) Sue Grafton "The Purloined Letter" (1844) Edgar Allan Poe Gone Girl (2012) Gillian Flynn Girl With a Dragon Tattoo (2005) Stieg Larsson The Other Black Girl (2021) Zakia Delila Harris National Treasure (2004) The Mummy (1999) Rear Window (1954) Alfred Hitchcock Vertigo (1958) Alfred Hitchcock Ace of Spades (2021) Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé One of Us is Next (2020) Karen M. McManus Agent Running in the Field (2019) John le Carré The Last Thing He Told Me (2021) Laura Dave The Circle (2013) Dave Eggers Nancy Drew Hardy Boys Scooby Doo "The Theft of the Royal Ruby" (1961) Agatha Christie Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Last Séance (2019) Agatha Christie Jane Eyre (1847) Charlotte Brontë Wuthering Heights (1847) Emily Brontë The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series Alexander McCall Smith References https://cozy-mystery.com/blog/cozy-mystery-book-without-a-murder/ For more information website: www.cluedinmystery.com Instagram: @cluedinmystery Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Signs To Nowhere by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Transcript
The year of 2022 has been a remarkable one for Janora McDuffie-Ryan '99, an actress, voiceover artist, and host. The alumna catches up with Catalyze about the past eight months, which have included movie deals, hosting Kia's launch event in Phoenix for their first-ever electric vehicle, attending Pride Celebrations at the White House and Vice President Harris's residence, announcing the Institute for Responsible Citizenship's 20th anniversary celebration at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., and, of course, serving as the first African American and openly gay female announcer for the 94th Academy Awards. As a diehard Tar Heel fan, Janora also includes in her personal highlight reel for 2022 watching Coach K lose his last game and cheering on the UNC men's basketball team at the Final Four championship game in New Orleans. Go Heels!Janora sat down with Catalyze in August at her home in downtown Long Beach, California, following her return from a movie set in Atlanta. (The alumna will be in a Disney comedy and Christmas special starring none other than Ludacris!) We met up before an ‘Unleashing the Network' event with Morehead-Cains at the home of Alec Hudnut '87 that Janora organized with Ellie Teller '18.We talked about the illusion of “making it” in Los Angeles and elsewhere, what it was like to be behind the mic in Dolby Theatre for the Oscars, and Janora's early career days, when she decided to leave the corporate world of consulting to chase her dreams in entertainment on the West Coast. Janora will serve as the emcee for the 2022 Morehead-Cain Alumni Forum this October. More about JanoraJanora has appeared in television shows such as Grey's Anatomy, Criminal Minds, and This is Us, among others. Her portfolio also includes films, podcasts, and video games, and she's represented companies as a speaker, moderator, interviewer, and host. The alumna is also the managing partner of Cashmere and Gold Entertainment, an events and entertainment company, along with her wife. The two lead boat tours, including wine and cigar experiences, along Long Beach Marina.Learn more about Janora.Music creditsThe intro music for this episode is by scholar Scott Hallyburton '22, guitarist of the band South of the Soul. How to listenOn your mobile device, you can listen and subscribe to Catalyze on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. For any other podcast app, you can find the show using our RSS feed.Catalyze is hosted and produced by Sarah O'Carroll for the Morehead-Cain Foundation, home of the first merit scholarship program in the United States and located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You can let us know what you thought of the episode by finding us on Twitter or Instagram at @moreheadcain or you can email us at email@example.com.
Unleashing your Zilla with Hartley Pike, co-founder of Sitemate ✅ Lessons from the Startmate Accelerator: “The incline on the learning curve was immense” ✅ “Daylighting”: solving issues in the company through radical transparency ✅ “Drafting”: following in the wake of a more established company ✅ Reframing Sitemate's weaknesses as their biggest strengths ✅ Sitemate's vision for the future of engineers in the built world Sitemate builds software for the built world. Its vision is to enable the human race to build roads, bridges and buildings faster than we build software. Episode Highlights from Hartley: On traveling to San Francisco for Startmate: “The incline on the learning curve was immense. I remember about halfway through the trip we sat down and processed what we'd learned in the last two days, and it felt like a mini lifetime of learnings crammed into 6 meetings over 2 days.” “The Zilla analogy comes from… how quickly and how big an individual and the team around them can grow… One day when you grow up you'll be stomping around, causing mayhem for a bunch of companies you're scared of right now because you think they're big and undefeatable, and one day you'll be their Godzilla tearing down their buildings.” “We basically had wounds in the business all over the place, and the process to fixing those was sending a monthly update. We started doing it in May 2018, we're never going to miss a month, and there's going to be no filter. It's going to show all the scabs.” “We went through a really hard hiring stage, there was a period of time where I had to basically become the interim CTO… and we cycled through 3 or 4 failed engineering hires, and we eventually just kept improving and iterating on our process. We now have this quite insane hiring flow, where the first 3 steps of the process are completely automated.” “Our fundamental belief is that engineers in the built world in the future will operate in a similar way to how technology teams operate today. They'll all be using best in class tools, real time, highly configurable, fast to deploy, that are seamlessly interconnected.” Learn more about Sitemate here
Coming up in this episode 1. Network failures 2. Gaming wins 3. We get Emacs Pinky 4. A little browser watch 5. And we get a little manipulative 0:00 Cold Open 1:40 The Little Outage 7:45 Splitgate 10:25 The History of Emacs 23:51 Emacs, Emacs, Emacs 38:39 Browser Watch! 45:32 Kdenlive Fundraiser 47:58 Feedback 56:30 Community Focus: System Crafters 59:40 App Focus: GIMP 1:05:29 Next Time: Alpine Linux 1:09:17 Stinger Support us on Patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/linuxuserspace) Banter Dan re-installs his pfSense (https://www.pfsense.org) Splitgate on Steam (https://store.steampowered.com/app/677620/Splitgate/) Announcements Give us a sub on YouTube (https://linuxuserspace.show/youtube) You can watch us live on Twitch (https://linuxuserspace.show/twitch) the day after an episode drops. History Series on Text Editors - Emacs GNU Emacs (https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/) TECO editor (https://dbpedia.org/page/TECO_(text_editor)) TECO-6, compatible with the PDP-6 (https://web.archive.org/web/20021001151829/http://www.transbay.net/~enf/lore/teco/teco-64.html) Gosling Emacs (https://youtu.be/TJ6XHroNewc?t=9896) Initially Gosling permitted unrestricted redistribution (https://youtu.be/TJ6XHroNewc?t=10519) Free software movement (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_software_movement) UniPress began to redistribute and sell Gosling's Emacs on UNIX and VMS (https://archive.org/details/byte-magazine-1983-12/page/n335/mode/2up?view=theater&q=unipress+emacs) Interview in 2013 via Slashdot, Richard Stallman said: (https://features.slashdot.org/story/13/01/06/163248/richard-stallman-answers-your-questions) The Free Software Foundation is born (https://web.archive.org/web/20130525155859/http://corp.sec.state.ma.us/corp/corpsearch/CorpSearchSummary.asp?ReadFromDB=True&UpdateAllowed=&FEIN=042888848) Richard Gabriel's Lucid Inc needed version 19 to support their IDE, Energize C++. (https://www.jwz.org/doc/lemacs.html) Emacs 21.1 brought (http://mail.gnu.org/archive/html/info-gnu-emacs/2001-10/msg00009.html) Emacs 22.1 brought (http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/info-gnu-emacs/2007-06/msg00000.html) The last official release (http://www.xemacs.org/Releases/21.4.22.html) of XEmacs Emacs 23.1 brought (http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/info-gnu-emacs/2009-07/msg00000.html) Emacs 24.1 brought (http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/info-gnu-emacs/2012-06/msg00000.html) Emacs 25.1 brought (https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2016-09/msg00451.html) Emacs 26.1 brought (https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2018-05/msg00765.html) Emacs 27.1 brought (https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2020-08/msg00237.html) Emacs 28.1 brought (https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2022-04/msg00093.html) September 12, 2022 Emacs 28.2, the latest maintenance release is out (https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2022-09/msg00730.html) Further Reading The Beginnings of TECO (https://opost.com/tenex/anhc-31-4-anec.pdf) Real Programmers Don't Use PASCAL (https://web.archive.org/web/19991103221236/http://www.ee.ryerson.ca/~elf/hack/realmen.html) https://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html https://web.archive.org/web/20000819071104/http%3A//www.multicians.org/mepap.html https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/history.html https://web.archive.org/web/20131024150047/http://www.codeartnow.com/hacker-art-1/macsimizing-teco https://web.archive.org/web/20101122021051/http://commandline.org.uk/2007/history-of-emacs-and-xemacs/ More Announcements Want to have a topic covered or have some feedback? - send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org Browser Watch Firefox 105 (https://9to5linux.com/firefox-105-is-now-available-for-download-brings-better-performance-on-linux-systems) Firefox release notes. 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Kdenlive fundraiser that is now live (https://dot.kde.org/2022/09/20/kdenlive-fundraiser-live) If you want to help too you can head over to their donation page (https://kdenlive.org/en/fund/?mtm_campaign=fund_dot) Feedback Mark (Youtube) Nice Green day shirt, and actually nice Nintendo shirt too, nice shirt all round. Larry (Email) How do you handle sharing things in multiple distros installed on the same machine? Bhiku (Email) Mozilla Neural Machine Translation Engine (https://hacks.mozilla.org/2022/06/neural-machine-translation-engine-for-firefox-translations-add-on/) Unleashing the power of GNU Nano (https://github.com/hakerdefo/GIGA-beest) Community Focus System Crafters (https://www.youtube.com/c/SystemCrafters) Check out the Absolute Beginners Guide to EMACS (https://youtu.be/48JlgiBpw_I) App Focus Gnu Image Manipulation Program (https://www.gimp.org) aka GIMP Next Time We will discuss Alpine Linux (https://www.alpinelinux.org) and the history. Come back in two weeks for more Linux User Space Stay tuned and interact with us on Twitter, Mastodon, Telegram, Matrix, Discord whatever. Give us your suggestions on our subreddit r/LinuxUserSpace Join the conversation. Talk to us, and give us more ideas. All the links in the show notes and on linuxuserspace.show. We would like to acknowledge our top patrons. Thank you for your support! Producer Bruno John Dave Co-Producer Johnny Sravan Tim Contributor Advait CubicleNate Eduardo S. Jill and Steve LiNuXsys666 Nicholas Paul sleepyeyesvince
We hope you enjoy it as much as we did when we recorded it. We feel this community growing stronger every day, and we are grateful that you are a part of it. In this episode we discuss: - recovery protocol after a race - active recovery favorites - racing is a mirror for our work - ego 101 - the way out is within - meditation is the start of making change - using ego to benefit your performance - be the leader of your mind - in presence, the ego cannot exist - toxic relationships - transmute anger into love Thank you to all patrons on Patreon for keeping this podcast commercial-free, we are grateful for you. Namaste- Jess
“We need to first belong to ourselves in order to belong and fit into how we can bring our gifts to a group.” – Holland HaiisToday's featured award-winning author is human connection catalyst, workplace strategist, executive coach, and keynote speaker, Holland Haiis. Holland and I have a fun chat about her book, “Consciously Connecting: A Simple Process to Reconnect in a Disconnected World”, the power of owning your difference, and more!!! Key Things You'll Learn:What helped her to develop her self-awarenessHow to start your day on the right footHow to reconnect with your inner self Holland's Site: https://www.hollandhaiis.com/Holland's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Consciously-Connecting-Process-Reconnect-Disconnected/dp/1452597855 A special shout out goes to Asis Galvin for his Big O Remix from the Solar Mixtape. The mixtape can be copped through this link. https://asisgalvin.bandcamp.com/album/the-solar-mixtape You May Also Like… 4 - "My Cape Is At the Cleaners" with Wendy Elover (@wendyeloveracademymortgage): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/4-my-cape-is-at-the-cleaners-with-wendy-elover-wendyeloveracademymortgage/ Ep. 562 – “You, Me, We” with Morag Barrett (@SkyeMorag): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-562-you-me-we-with-morag-barrett-skyemorag/ Ep. 430 – “Being Brown in a Black and White World” with Annemarie Shrouder (@ashrouder): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-430-being-brown-in-a-black-and-white-world-with-annemarie-shrouder-ashrouder/ Ep. 502 – “A Leadership Development Strategy To Bond And Unite” With Amy P. Kelly (@AmyPKelly): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-502-a-leadership-development-strategy-to-bond-and-unite-with-amy-p-kelly-amypkelly/ Ep. 540 – “How to Work a Room” with Susan RoAne (@susanroane): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-540-how-to-work-a-room-with-susan-roane-susanroane/ 147 - "The Connector's Advantage" with Michelle Tillis Lederman (@mtlederman): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/147-the-connectors-advantage-with-michelle-tillis-lederman-mtlederman #Bonus Ep. – “Superbold” with Fred Joyal (@fredjoyal): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/bonus-ep-superbold-with-fred-joyal-fredjoyal/ Ep. 405 – “Leadership Lessons From The Pub” with Dr. Irvine Nugent (@irvinenugent): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-405-leadership-lessons-from-the-pub-with-dr-irvine-nugent-irvinenugent/ Ep. 564 – “Bigger Better Braver” with Nancy Pickard (@cnancyrun): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-564-bigger-better-braver-with-nancy-pickard-cnancyrun/ Ep. 424 – “Thoughtfully Fit” with Darcy Luoma (@DarcyLuoma): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-424-thoughtfully-fit-with-darcy-luoma-darcyluoma/ 245 – “Your Epic Life Blueprint” with Rock Thomas (@rockthomas): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/245-your-epic-life-blueprint-with-rock-thomas-rockthomas/ Ep. 440 – “Healer: Reducing Crises” with Elizabeth Power (@ElizabethPower): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-440-healer-reducing-crises-with-elizabeth-power-elizabethpower/ #Bonus Host2Host Ep.– “Unleashing the Power of Respect” with Dr. Joseph Shrand (@Drjoeshrand): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/bonus-host2host-ep-unleashing-the-power-of-respect-with-dr-joseph-shrand-drjoeshrand/ Ep. 500 – “Life Reset” With Dr. Foojan Zeine, Psy.D., MFT (@DrZeine): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-500-life-reset-with-dr-foojan-zeine-psyd-mft-drzeine/ Ep. 315 – “Elevate Your Network & Beyond” with Jake Kelfer (@jakekelfer): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-315-elevate-your-network-beyond-with-jake-kelfer-jakekelfer/
“A meaningful purpose always involves supporting other people.” – Barry BraunToday's featured author is business coach, grandfather, and a former officer in the Canadian Navy, Barry Braun. Barry and I have a fun chat about his books, how he started the Happy Community Builders, and more!!Key Things You'll Learn:How do you inspire a community to actionWhat is one of the major causes of the loneliness epidemicHow Barry's background as a business coach helped him with running his community-building organizationWhat can give businesses a competitive advantage Barry's Site: https://happycommunityproject.com/Barry's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Build-Legacy-Matters-Barry-Braun-ebook/dp/B085FZDJ5R/ref=sr_1_3?qid=1663904790&refinements=p_27%3ABarry+Braun&s=digital-text&sr=1-3&text=Barry+Braun The opening track is titled HIRAMEKI-Mirai-未来 by Rukunetsu AKA Project R. Be sure to click this link to check out his wonderful music. https://soundcloud.com/rukunetsu/hirameki-mirai You May Also Like… #Host2Host Ep. – “Living Like the Future Matters” with Donna Maltz (@Soil2Soulutions): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/host2host-ep-living-like-the-future-matters-with-donna-maltz-soil2soulutions/ Ep. 561 – “Why Retire When I Can Inspire” with Donna Maltz (@Soil2Soulutions): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-561-why-retire-when-i-can-inspire-with-donna-maltz-soil2soulutions/ Ep. 498 – “The Immunotype Breakthrough” with Dr. Heather Moday: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-498-the-immunotype-breakthrough-with-dr-heather-moday/ Ep. 562 – “You, Me, We” with Morag Barrett (@SkyeMorag): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-562-you-me-we-with-morag-barrett-skyemorag/ 147 - "The Connector's Advantage" with Michelle Tillis Lederman (@mtlederman): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/147-the-connectors-advantage-with-michelle-tillis-lederman-mtlederman Ep. 355.5 – “One Relationship Away” with Alexei Musienko (@AlexeiMusienko): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3555-one-relationship-away-with-alexei-musienko-alexeimusienko/ Ep. 374 – “The Gift of Mentoring” with Doug Lawrence (@TalentCDoug): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-374-the-gift-of-mentoring-with-doug-lawrence-talentcdoug/ #Bonus Host2Host Ep.– “Unleashing the Power of Respect” with Dr. Joseph Shrand (@Drjoeshrand): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/bonus-host2host-ep-unleashing-the-power-of-respect-with-dr-joseph-shrand-drjoeshrand/
In this episode of the Sales Secrets podcast, Brandon pinpoints the one reason why many people have difficulty unleashing their genius: a negative attitude towards sales. Despite getting a bad rap as the most hated profession, at the very core, we all engage in selling. Whether it is during job interviews, conversations about a possible raise, or trying to get a new initiative signed off, we are selling the idea that we are capable of doing something worth it. You may not be trying to hit a quota, but the principles of selling remain the same. The sooner we accept it, the sooner we can get towards mastering the most lucrative profession in the world. SUBSCRIBE TO SALES SECRETS PODCASTITUNES ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/s...SPOTIFY ► https://open.spotify.com/show/1BKYsQo...YOUTUBE ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVUh... THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY SEAMLESS.AI - THE WORLD'S BEST SALES LEADSWEBSITE ► https://www.seamless.ai/LINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/seamlessai/JOIN FOR FREE TODAY ► https://login.seamless.ai/invite/podcast SHOW DESCRIPTIONBrandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson, entrepreneur, and founder of Seamless.AI. Twice a week, Brandon interviews the world's top sales experts like Jill Konrath, Aaron Ross, John Barrows, Trish Bertuzzi, Mark Hunter, Anthony Iannarino, and many more -- to uncover actionable strategies, playbooks, tips, and insights you can use to generate more revenue and close more business. If you want to learn the most powerful sales secrets from the top sales experts in the world, Sales Secrets From The Top 1% is the place to find them. SALES SECRET FROM THE TOP 1%WEBSITE ► https://www.secretsalesbook.com/LINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/sales-secret-book/ ABOUT BRANDONBrandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson (over $100M in sales deals), multi-million dollar sales tech entrepreneur, motivational sales speaker, international sales DJ (DJ NoQ5), and sales author who is obsessed with helping you maximize your sales success.Mr. Bornancin is currently the CEO & Founder at Seamless.AI delivering the world's best sales leads. Over 10,000+ companies use Seamless.ai to generate millions in sales at companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Slack, Dell, Oracle & many others.Mr. Bornancin is also the author of "Sales Secrets From The Top 1%" where the world's best sales experts share their secrets to sales success and author of “The Ultimate Guide To Overcoming Sales Objections.” FOLLOW BRANDONLINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonbornancin/INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/brandonbornancinofficial/FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/SeamlessAITWITTER ► https://twitter.com/BBornancin
Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Analyst Mandeep Singh is hosting Rubrik CEO, Bipul Sinha, to talk about the cybersecurity landscape and how demand for data security is likely to grow with the proliferation of data and zero-trust.
Written by Jon Alexander with Ariane Conrad, Citizens opens up a new way of understanding ourselves and shows us what we must do to survive and thrive as individuals, organisations, and nations. I spoke with Jon in last week's episode and today read some short sections for you. Discover how when our institutions treat people as creative, empowered creatures rather than consumers, everything changes. Unleashing the power of everyone equips us to face the challenges of economic insecurity, climate crisis, public health threats, and polarisation. Discover show notes, Jon's book and more on www.goingconscious.com. Connect with Jon: Twitter & LinkedIn @JonAlexander Buy the book from Cambria Press Connect with Nikki: Instagram & LinkedIn @nikkitrott www.consciousaccelerator.com
Wisconsin Football dominated New Mexico State 66-7 on Saturday, but Ohio State looms next. This year, they have projected #1 pick quarterback CJ Stroud. In the Big Ten opener, the Badgers are massive underdogs going into Columbus. How can the squad come out with the W? Alex, KJ, and Nick dive into the conversation. Thank you for listening! Subscribing, leaving a five-star review on the Apple Podcasts, and telling a friend is the #1 way to help the show. Follow IKE Badgers on Twitter for Live-Tweeting of Badgers Football @IKE_Badgers Fan of the music? Stream "IKE Music" on Spotify Learn more about the #1 podcast network in the state of Wisconsin by visiting ikepodcastnetwork.com @welcometoike
Today's episode of Earned might sound a bit different…that's because it is! This week, we wanted to share Conor's conversation with BeautyMatter founder and CEO Kelly Kovack from her own podcast, “It's a Matter of…” This time, it's a matter of “Earned.” To start the show, Conor shares the origin story for Tribe Dynamics, which he co-founded nearly a decade ago at the forefront of the influencer marketing boom. Kelly and Conor reflect on how the space has accelerated since then to become a $100 billion industry, and Conor unpacks a few of the “new rules” governing the relationships between brands, creators, and social media platforms. Conor also offers advice to small brand startups around building successful, sustainable influencer marketing programs. Kelly and Conor then explore how influencer marketing has shifted from a side task for interns to a sophisticated area of focus for many brands, and Conor reveals the most important influencer KPIs brands should be measuring. The pair also discuss TikTok's takeover, and how other social platforms are attempting to compete. To end the show, Conor shares the influencer marketing trends currently on his radar, and gives his thoughts on the metaverse.
In this special episode, we explore how artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing automation including chemistry automation with Del Ray Jackson, Ph.D., and Rick Sidler, Ph.D., of Unchained Labs. Jackson and Sidler share how Unchained Labs is involved in making new advancements in the life sciences and automation spaces, along with the UNique naming convention of their products like Big Kahuna and Junior. Catch Unchained Labs and their products on display at the upcoming SLAS 2022 AI Data Pipelines for Life Sciences Symposium!About Unchained Labs:Unchained Labs is all about helping biologics and gene therapy researchers break free from tools that just don't cut it. Unleashing problem-tackling products that make a huge difference in the real science they do every day. Unchained Labs seeks to provide real solutions to challenging tasks like measuring concentration, screening for stability and aggregation and performing buffer exchange – key steps on the path to the best biologic. To learn more about Unchained Labs, visit: www.unchainedlabs.comStay connected with SLAS:Online at www.slas.orgFacebookTwitter @SLAS_OrgLinkedInInstagram @slas_orgYouTubeAbout SLAS:SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening) is an international professional society of academic, industry and government life sciences researchers and the developers and providers of laboratory automation technology. The SLAS mission is to bring together researchers in academia, industry and government to advance life sciences discovery and technology via education, knowledge exchange and global community building. For more information about SLAS, visit www.slas.org.SLAS publishes two peer-reviewed and MEDLINE-indexed scientific journals, SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology. For more information about SLAS and its journals, visit www.slas.org/publications.Upcoming SLAS Events:SLAS 2022 AI Data Pipelines for Life Sciences SymposiumSeptember 26-27, 2022Seattle, WA, USASLAS 2022 Bio Entrepreneurship Symposium27-28 October 2022Brussels, BelgiumSLAS2023 International Conference and ExhibitionFebruary 25 - March 1, 2023San Diego, CA, USASLAS Europe 2023 Conference and Exhibition23-26 May 2023Brussels, Belgium
Maliina Abelsen is the Head of Programme at UNICEF in Greenland. From 2009-2013 she was a Member of Parliament in the Greenlandic Inatsisartut where she first served as the Minister of Social Affairs and Equality and then as the Minister of Finance. She has also served as the CCO of Air Greenland and the CEO of the Arctic Winter Games 2016. This episode was recorded in Nuuk as part of the UNLEASH Regional Innovation Lab, which gathered 200 people under the age of 35 from the Arctic and Nordics to develop solutions to the challenges we are facing as a region. We had a particular focus on biodiversity, education, and health and wellbeing. In this episode, we discuss what creating a sustainable solution from indigenous knowledge and modern science and technology can look like, why food is a powerful healer, and how we must consider the whole in our creations. Episode Transcript Related Links Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann on the Greenlandic Diet Revolution More episodes on the Nordics food heritage Trailer: Sumé - The Sound of a Revolution Subscribe and support the show
Jack McGuinness is an executive team coach and co-founder of Relationship Impact (RI), a consulting firm focused on helping organizations build great leadership teams. Prior to RI, Jack served with the US Army's 10th Mountain Division, was COO of a boutique management consulting firm, and CEO of a contract packaging company. He also served as an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business.During the interview, we discuss…impediments to leadership teamsbuilding great leadership teamswhy leadership teams are importantthe leader's role in building a great leadership teammeasuring the effectiveness of your workGet in touch after the interview…LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackmcguinnessFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreatLeadershipTeamsTwitter: https://twitter.com/RIFOUNDERSWebsite: http://www.relationship-impact.comRead Jack's new book, “Building Great Leadership Teams: A Practical Approach for Unleashing the Full Potential of Your Team” https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948382350Claim your free gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675
“My daily rituals awaken me to what's possible.” – Donna MaltzToday's featured bookcaster is Soil to Soul Entrepreneur, speaker, wellness & business Coach, and Lover of Life, Dona Maltz aka Mama Donna. Donna and I have a fun chat about her book, “Living Like The Future Matters: The Evolution of A Soil to Soul Entrepreneur”, the gift of laughter, why we need to focus on living more in harmony with nature, and more!! Key Things You'll Learn:What helps her to have longevityHow to view your wrinklesWhy we need to live in more harmony with nature Donna's Site: https://www.donnamaltz.com/Donna's Books: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B083LLGZ1G?_encoding=UTF8&node=2656022011&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=author-sidecar-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#formatSelectorHeaderDonna's Show, “A Dose of Positivity”: https://youtu.be/1L1IW1Rmy80 The opening track is titled “Chill in Brazil” by MadXRuler (formally known as Ruler Inc.). To hear the full track and support the artist, click the following link. https://madxruler.bandcamp.com/track/chill-in-brazil You May Also Like… Ep. 437 – “INpowered Mind, INpowered Health.” with Dr. Jayne Marquis (@jayne_marquis): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-437-inpowered-mind-inpowered-health-with-dr-jayne-marquis-jayne_marquis/ Ep. 537 – “If Trees Could Talk” with Holly Worton (@hollyworton): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-537-if-trees-could-talk-with-holly-worton-hollyworton/ 105.5 (Local Author Bonus Special) [LABS] - "The Joy of Forest Bathing" with Melanie Choukas-Bradley: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/1055-local-author-bonus-special-labs-the-joy-of-forest-bathing-with-melanie-choukas-bradley/ 159 - "The Ageless Brain" with Rico Caveglia (@Ageless100): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/159-the-ageless-brain-with-rico-caveglia-ageless100/ Ep. 554 – “The Loving Power of Your Soul” with Dr. Phillip Mountrose (@HolisticDrPhil): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-554-the-loving-power-of-your-soul-with-dr-phillip-mountrose-holisticdrphil/ Ep. 328 – “The Greatest Secret” with Hale Dwoskin (@sedonamethod): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-328-the-greatest-secret-with-hale-dwoskin-sedonamethod/ #Bonus Host2Host Ep.– “Unleashing the Power of Respect” with Dr. Joseph Shrand (@Drjoeshrand): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/bonus-host2host-ep-unleashing-the-power-of-respect-with-dr-joseph-shrand-drjoeshrand/ Ep. 296.5 (Charm City Bonus Episode) – “The Art of Human Care” with Dr. Hassan Tetteh (@doctortetteh): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-2965-charm-city-bonus-the-art-of-human-care-with-dr-hassan-tetteh-doctortetteh/ Ep. 341.5 – “Playful Cheeks” with Dr. Alison J. Kay (@ajkbliss): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3415-playful-cheeks-with-dr-alison-j-kay-ajkbliss/ 266 – “Holistic Health and Healing” with Brigitte Mars (@brigittemars): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/266-holistic-health-and-healing-with-brigitte-mars-brigittemars/ Ep. 300 - “God Is In The Little Things” with Rev. Ariel Patricia (@RevPatriciaSSM): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-300-god-is-in-the-little-things-with-rev-ariel-patricia-revpatriciassm-c2h/ 271 – “Thirst of the Heart” with Udo Erasmus (@UdosOfficial): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/271-thirst-of-the-heart-with-udo-erasmus-udosofficial/ #GNPYear2 Episode 2 - "Lead An Uncompromised Life" with Lori Spagna (@LoriSpagna): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/gnpyear2-episode-2-lead-an-uncompromised-life-with-lori-spagna-lorispagna/ Ep. 551 – “Rewilding” with Dr. Kristy Vanacore: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-551-rewilding-with-dr-kristy-vanacore/ Ep. 370 – “Leadership That Rocks” with Jim Knight (@KnightSpeaker): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-370-leadership-that-rocks-with-jim-knight-knightspeaker/
Join me as I discuss unleashing sisters—particularly what it means to me and how to do it. I talk about different categories, such as unleashing ourselves, feeling unleashed in our homes, perceiving “unleashness” in our own wards and stakes and as sisters in the Church, and even more broadly in our communities and world. Finally, I share a few thoughts about the internal and external elements of unleashing sister saints.
Time Stamps 4:00 – Atul shares about his transition from Citibank to World Vision 5:04 – Atul shares about growing up in India in a family of very little means 6:35 – Lessons that are transferrable from the private sector to the nonprofit sector 8:31 – Unleashing the strengths of those around you and celebrating the wins 9:49 – Early days at World Vision 12:36 – What Atul must have in any leadership role he accepts 15:00 – Lessons learned in hard times 23:00 – Common traits of all effective leaders 25:00 – Most common issue that can derail the career of a leader 26:16 – The nonprofit and risk management Links and Resources JobfitMatters Website Next Gen Nonprofit Leadership with Tommy Thomas Opportunity International Website Connect Tommy Thomas - email@example.com Tommy's LinkedIn Profile Tommy's Twitter Profile Atul Tandon's LinkedIn Profile
Have you ever had someone in your life who unleashed you? This is a person who believed in you, trusted in you, and validated something in you that others couldn’t see at the time. Chris has a story about a 2nd grade teacher who did that for him. What about you? Who unleashed you? Don’t miss the conversation on Chris Fabry Live.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Chris French about two recent reports, the August Human Workplace Index, as well as Workhuman-Gallup report: Unleashing the Human Element at Work.. Chris French (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisfrench39/) is Executive Vice President of Customer Strategy at Workhuman. Workhuman® is the world's fastest-growing integrated Social Recognition® and continuous performance management platform. Our human applications are shaping the future of work by helping organizations connect culture to shared purpose. With a consistent stream of gratitude fueling unparalleled, provocative workplace data and human insights, Workhuman® Cloud is a critical software engine for global companies seeking to motivate and empower their people to do the best work of their lives. Workhuman (formerly known as Globoforce) was founded in 1999 and is co-headquartered in Framingham, Mass., and Dublin, Ireland. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out BELAY here. Check out Backblaze at www.backblaze.com/hci. Head over to setapp.com/podcast to listen to Ahead of Its Time. Check out BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, I chat about... - your future self and why you should choose her - how to shift into paralell reality with your mind/body Join us inside the Mainfest Bliss Membership Book a birth chart reading with me Get my free weekly love letters
On this episode of the Connected Aviation Intelligence Podcast, Shift5 Chief Growth Officer and co-founder Michael Weigand is the guest. Shift5 is a cybersecurity company that focuses on protecting transportation and military infrastructure and assets from cyberattacks. The company was co-founded in 2018 by Weigand and Josh Lospinoso, a former US Cyber Army Officer who previously founded RedOwl Analytics, which was acquired by Raytheon/Forcepoint in 2018. Weigand is responsible for executing Shift5's long-term growth objectives. Prior to Shift5, Michael served eight years in the US Army as an Airborne, Ranger qualified, Infantry officer and was selected as one of the first Cyber operations officers. He discusses some of the challenges faced by companies developing new aircraft electronics software and systems which has typically lagged behind advancements in other markets and industry verticals. Have suggestions or topics we should focus on in the next episode? Email the host, Woodrow Bellamy, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop him a line on Twitter @WbellamyIIIAC. Check out our publication Avionics International @AvionicsGlobal + www.aviationtoday.com. Join our Avionics International LinkedIn group to suggest topics we should cover in our podcast, publications and events. www.linkedin.com/AvionicsMag
If you have been following our past few episodes, you'd be excited today to discover more about these series we have on wheat production. So now we have with us Chris from Oklahoma who does a great job of raising wheat. He is going to share with us an idea or two which could help us move forward in the right direction of being an accomplished wheat grower one day. Come on, stick up and dig in today!
On this episode I go get to talk about episodes 301 to 304 in which we get to see Sogeking come to the rescue in a massive way while Luffy finally shows what Gear 3rd is! Also included is another holiday special episode! Hope you Enjoy!All Automotive with Matt Clawson Automotive related topics. Anything from owning an repair facility to racing. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
You have likely been on some really good teams where everyone enjoyed working together and together, you accomplished some pretty exciting things. And…you had fun doing it. And on the rough days, you picked each other up and addressed the challenges together. Like me, you've probably also been on some teams where everyone seemed to be pulling in opposite directions, where no one seemed to want to be there, and where results were mediocre at best. It wasn't a good experience, so you're in no hurry to go back. You might even be on that kind of team now. Since both scenarios are common, how do we intentionally build great teams? What's the secret sauce that allows leaders to attract and retain great people, exceed performance goals, have everyone get along, and create a truly enjoyable experience for all involved? That's exactly what we're going to talk about in today's episode--but with a particular focus on leadership teams--where the stakes are often much higher. In fact, the future of an entire enterprise is often determined by how well a small group of people can work together to guide the organization. Guest Bio: My guest today is Jack McGuinness. Jack is an executive coach, author, and co-founder of Relationship Impact, a consulting firm focused on helping organizations build great leadership teams. Jack is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served with the Army's famed 10th Mountain Division. Since leaving active duty, Jack has also been the Chief Operating Officer of a boutique management consulting firm, and the CEO of a contract managing company, as well as an adjunct professor at the John Hopkins Carey School of Business. Jack's new book, _Building Great Leadership Teams: A Practical Approach for Unleashing the Full Potential of your Leadership Team,_ is the focus of our conversation. What You'll Learn: What gets in the way of leadership teams being effective? What is your approach to helping build great leadership teams? Why are leadership teams so important? What is the leader's role in building a great leadership team? How do you measure the effectiveness? Links for This Episode: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackmcguinness Relationship Impact: relationship-impact.com Email: email@example.com Book: Building Great Leadership Teams (Amazon) Connect with Dr. Mike: Website: https://www.drmikepatterson.com/ Book: https://www.missionfirstpeoplealwaysbook.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmichaellpatterson/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdrmikepatterson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drmikepatterson Buy The Book!: Mission First People Always Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 Are you ready to transform your team? 2:21 Get to know Jack McGuinness 4:28 What led Jack to write his book 7:20 What gets in the way of a successful team 14:20 The importance of building trust 20:14 How to create empathy within your team 21:43 Why the leader should model the culture 27:12 How Jack's process works with organizations 29:15 How to get a copy of Jack's new book 30:44 Dr. Mike's closing thoughts and advice
Max Lucado is an author who has sold over 145 million books. Max talks with Scott Herrold about how the Holy Spirit might be the only real unifier for our fragmented world today. They talk about how the Holy Spirit is a "person" not an "it" or a "thing." Max talks about the specific roles the Holy Spirit provides to us as a comforter, healer, and intercessor. Max also shares how he worked as a pastor for years before he realized the need for welcoming the Holy Spirit front & center in his life. If you feel like you're working hard to please God, but you just feel frustrated & tired, this discussion could be a game changer for you!
Angela is a former dentist, and a global speaker, best-selling author, and personal branding expert. She embarked on a 5 year entrepreneurial journey of building brand after brand around each of her unique talents. She then became a digital nomad moving from Canada to Nicaragua, and focused on her mastery: burning down what's holding clients back from Unleashing Influence through their personal brand on LinkedIn. Her expertise now enables clients to change the world with what they know by influencing and captivating their clients through content, podcast appearances, and public speaking while increasing sales. Ideas discussed during the episode include: Personal Branding 101 - Going Beyond The Technical on LinkedIn Content Creation for Cowards - Get Comfortable on Camera Fast Leverage Your Unique Brand Archetype - Why This Unleashes Your Potential Why is building a personal brand an essential marketing tool? Why has LinkedIn become such a powerful platform for experts to build their personal brand? Why is putting yourself out there with thought leadership content so difficult? How does understanding your brand archetype build a foundation for everything you do? Why is niching essential for your personal brand? Connect with Angela on LinkedIn, or find her on her website, UnleashingInfluence.com. You can find her books on Amazon. Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Please check out our affiliate Doc2Doc: https://doc2doclending.com/financialfreedomforphysicians/ Subscribe to the Premium edition of our podcast and get access to exclusive interviews. Sign up now: https://anchor.fm/christopher-loo/subscribe
So many women live their lives according to the boxes we're supposed to fit into: buttoned up, nurturing, doting, overly generous, or agreeable. But what if there's a part of us that doesn't fit into those boxes? Chances are, most of the time you might not fit into the persona others expect of you, and in this episode, Sheila Anne is here to introduce us to our inner wild woman. If you've been wanting to live and present yourself more authentically and unapologetically, this episode is for you! Sheila's mission is to help ambitious women thrive in body, mind, and soul. She supports clients and groups in making whole-person change by holding space for their unique experiences, offering new perspectives, and intuitively integrating healing modalities. She also hosts events and retreats! She is a Trauma-Informed Certified Coach, Whole Person Certified Coach, ICF Professional Certified Coach, and Yoga Instructor. Connect with Sheila: Instagram Nourish Group Coaching Experience Book mentioned: Women Who Run With The Wolves Some key takeaways from this episode include: People pleasing is one of the ways we suppress our inner wild woman, or our inner knowing. People pleasing is not a character flaw that we should be ashamed of, it's a survival tactic we picked up from our very human need to be liked and to belong. Getting back in touch with our inner wild woman means recognizing and communicating our needs. What does your “hell yes” feel like in your body and what does your “hell no” feel like? What's something you're passionate about or something you love that you don't make time for right now? Maybe you used to play a musical instrument, or you want to volunteer for a cause you believe in. Welcome to the Wake Up Call Podcast with Alicia Hopkins (that's me!). My goal in this podcast is to share valuable and actionable tips on what I call the “Core Four” - mindfulness, movement, habits, and growth - so you can build a life that feels true to you. I will be interviewing people who have had a “wake up call” that their good-on-paper life wasn't lighting them up, and what they did to change that. Join us every week for a new episode of the Wake Up Call Podcast with Alicia Hopkins! Connect with Me! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/aliciadhopkins/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/adhcoaching YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDMmJ6FMblDyWoC_Day1zlg
“Lord, do not trouble yourself, for I am not worthy to have you enter under my roof.” Luke 7:6bThese words are spoken by a wealthy Roman centurion. His servant was ill and messengers were sent to Jesus to ask that He come heal the servant. However, this centurion deeply sensed his unworthiness before Jesus. As Jesus was arriving, the centurion sent his friends to humbly greet Jesus, profess his unworthiness, and profess his faith that Jesus could heal his servant from a distance. Jesus does just that after stating publicly, “I tell you, not even in Israel have I found such faith” (Luke 7:9).One profound truth this passage reveals is that humility, faith and mercy are intertwined. The centurion knew the humble truth of Jesus' greatness and his own unworthiness. The humble profession of that truth was an act of great faith on his part. The result was that mercy was sent forth upon the centurion and his servant.The example set for us by this centurion is a powerful one. Too often in our life of prayer we pray as if we have a right to God's grace. This is a profound mistake. We must seek to follow this centurion's example by understanding that we do not have a right to anything from our Lord. This humble acknowledgment is the necessary foundation for the reception of the abundant mercy of God. Mercy is a gift, not a right. But the good news is that God's heart burns with a desire to pour forth that gift. Acknowledging mercy as an absolute gift, to which we have no right, unleashes its power in our lives. Understanding this humble truth is a profession of faith in God's mercy and delights His heart abundantly.Reflect, today, upon those inspiring words of the centurion. “Lord, I am not worthy…” Say them over and over and allow them to become the foundation of your relationship with our Lord. In this humility, you will be richly blessed.Most merciful Lord, I am not worthy that You would come to me. I am not worthy of the precious gift of Holy Communion or of Your mercy in my life. Please Lord, help me to continually see that all You give is a gift of Your unlimited mercy. I thank You, dear Lord. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
In this AD Insider LIVE | Thursday 30 episode, presented by Box Out Sports, we sat down with Mark C. Perna, speaker, author of Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations, and founder of TFS Results, as we reviewed his insight on WHY:"Today, parents, educators, and employers must realize that the young Americans of today are not a problem for older generations to mitigate. On the contrary, their inquisitive and innovative nature is what will drive the future—and make them the next Greatest Generation." - Originally published in Forbes by Mark C. PernaIn this episode, we discuss why the WHY Generation (anyone age 39 and under today): values lifestyle plan over career plan, thinks laziness and entitlement are not their fault, doesn't believe in paying their dues, and will be the next greatest generation.Support the show
On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Hussain Almossawi, author of the Innovator's Handbook. Hussain and I talk about the common misconceptions about innovation and how some of the best brands in the world approach design and the creative process let's get started. Don't miss IO2022 - Innovation Accelerated Sept 19-20, 2022 - Lincoln, NEInside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next each week. We'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Hussain Almossawi, Author of the Innovator's HandbookBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today, we have Hussain Almossawi. He is the author of a new book called The Innovator's Handbook: A Short Guide to Unleashing your Creative mindset. Welcome Hussain. Hussain Almossawi: Thank you. Pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me. Brian Ardinger: You are an award-winning designer, creative director, consultant. You work with companies like Nike and Apple and Google and, and many other well-known brands. I think I'd love to start the conversation with are these companies that you've worked with, that we know as creative and innovative as we think they are. Or do they struggle with innovation, like the rest of us? Hussain Almossawi: Innovation is a process. And it's all about the mindset. What I really saw in these companies was we do see this big and huge brands with maybe like thousands of employees that work for them. The reality is that it's all made up of small teams. And these small teams are made up of five or six people.And that's where like innovation happens at the core of those companies. What I really saw in these companies was failure after failure, after failure. Trying to reach to a vision that was set. And then throughout that process and throughout that journey being flexible and going from point A to B to C. And having that flexibility to move forward and push things forward. And that's really where innovation happens. Brian Ardinger: It's pretty interesting. And we'll maybe dig into some of the examples and that, from what you've seen, that works and that. But you've got a new book out. Same time as my book, it's called the Innovator's Handbook. I love the design of it. It's a square book. Which is kind of unique to the marketplace and that. So, you spent a lot of time and care in the design and creativity of the book. So, I really appreciate that. But I wanted to dig into the content. Talk us through why somebody should pick up a book on innovation when there's so many out there. What makes this one different? Hussain Almossawi: Sure. So, so for me as a designer and like growing up as an aspiring designer, I always looked at innovation as just like everybody else as something that really wows you. And is something that's amazing.And you want to take parts in it and you want to innovate and become an innovator. But at the same time, you kind of feel lost and don't know how to do it. So, it just feels very overwhelming, especially when you're first starting out. Throughout my career, working with these different companies, working with amazing teams and brilliant minds.What I wanted to do was to kind of break it down into simple insights that help shift your mindset when you're innovating. And innovation isn't supposed to be complex or difficult or hard. There are small things that you can do or understand that will allow you to, to think outside the box. For example, I'm speaking about myself, from my perspective. When I was designing and trying to innovate growing up, I always wanted to reinvent the wheel.I always wanted to do things very different, but that's not the case with innovation. With innovation, you can take things that already exist, see how you can evolve them. Take two different products that exist in the market. See how you can bring them together. There's always room for improvement. So this idea and concept of doing something that is groundbreaking and never done before, that's not really true with innovation. But it seems that way, especially for young designers.I mean, my book is geared towards young designers and aspiring designers, fresh out of college. And I want to share those perspectives and things that I saw that I wish I knew like 15 years ago. So that's like one thing. Do you evolve a product? Do you act or do you react. Do I come up with a groundbreaking product or do I create something that I'm building on something that's out there? That's like one point. Brian Ardinger: I think that's one of the, the most important points that when I talk to folks, when it comes to innovation is getting a clear definition of what innovation means. I think a lot of us immediately jump to, I've got to come up with the, the new flying car kind of concept. When you're saying that innovation starts a lot of times at just incremental improvements and optimizing and looking at things slightly differently.And I, I think that's such a great way to approach innovation because it does open it up to anybody who has opportunity to make those types of changes. You don't have to be, you know, the Steve Jobs or the Elon Musk of the world to actually innovate. Hussain Almossawi: Absolutely. I mean, even like with successful brands, like Apple and automotive companies and all those, if you look at the products that they've done the past 10, 20 years, it's always incremental changes and it's always improving one thing after the other.And I saw that a lot, like being in the footwear industry, with the different brands. It was year after year, we had the same story. Like for example, it was a shoe about lightweight. In 2020, what does lightweight look like? 2021, it looks a bit different because the technology is different. We failed a bit. We've learned a bit from the past, from the things we did in 2020So now 2021, we have a better shoe. 2022 is a better shoe and so on. So, there's always room for improvement and technology's always growing. There are new materials. There's new process. Collaboration. The idea of collaboration is huge in innovation. You meet new people, you get different perspectives, you learn new stuff. And you bring all those back into the process and into the design of the product.One interesting thing that we did like in the footwear industry, and it's done in different industries. For example, in footwear, let's say we were talking about a good shoe. What we would do is like, look at the, how are seat belts made? Look at the automotive industry. Look at the aerospace industry. Then look at things that really have nothing to do with footwear, but bring those ideas back into footwear and build something out of it. And that really leads to us asking better questions, understanding the process better, and coming up with innovative and groundbreaking ideas. Brian Ardinger: That's an interesting topic because I think a lot of times, we do get stuck in our own bubble, whether it's our own industry or own competitors. And we're constantly looking at those folks to find inspiration when you're saying a lot of times that core inspiration can come from outside. From different places that you wouldn't necessarily put two and two together. Can you talk a little bit about the biggest misconceptions that you've seen when it comes to innovation? What are some of the mistakes or barriers that hold people back from innovating? Hussain Almossawi: I think the first one that we already discussed that feels overwhelming. The thing is that we see the end result. We don't really see the process of what happens behind closed doors and companies. And we're all wowed by the amazing final product. But in reality, it really started with a small idea and many times, if not all the times there is an idea, but like you want to get from point A to B. But you really land on point C and that's where innovation happens.Right? So that flexibility it's huge. And that flexibility also has to do with learning to fail. And being open to failing. And the idea of failing actually is a really good idea because actually now, you know what not to do versus like getting stuck into the same trap again. And again. And it's just lessons like one after the other, where you can grow and improve and improve. So that idea, I think, of, of being overwhelmed and thinking that you can't innovate. I don't think it's really true. Brian Ardinger: Let's talk a little bit about, you mentioned failure. And I think that's where a lot of people get hung up when it comes to innovating. They don't want to fail. But yet failure's an inherent process or part of the process of innovating. You know, are there things that you've seen in your work that can help people mitigate that self-talk of failures bad and be able to make mistakes. You know, positive mistakes to move forward?Hussain Almossawi: Well, we see it all around us, not just in innovation. I mean, if you look at Thomas Edison's story, if you look at Einstein, if you look at all the great innovators. They failed hundreds and thousands of times, and it was always the willingness to try and get back up that allowed them to reach the end goal.And we see that in sports as well. Like I'm really into sports and I work with different sports companies. If you look at Michael Jordan, if you look at LeBron James, you look at all these superstars, they failed over and over and over. They missed shot after shot, after shot. And that's really what built these superstars and these names that we know today.I mean, it's all about understanding that failure. It's just bringing you one step closer to the end result and having that mindset. At least what I saw from the inside and also working with different students. That's really what always pushes to bring you closer to success. Let's say. Brian Ardinger: Absolutely. So, you've been successful and had a lot of work working with creative teams and that. I'd love your insight and your perspective on how do you go about finding and hiring innovative talent.Hussain Almossawi: So, talent is one thing. Like as a designer, how good of a designer are they? What are their skills like? What's their craft? Like what programs do they use? So that's, I mean, that's one part of it. The second part of it is really how diverse of a team I can build and put together. The more different mine is, the more diverse my team is. The more I have different perspectives that surround me. That really leads and pushes to, to a stronger team that outputs innovative ideas. So, and when I'm talking about diversity, I'm talking about culture. I'm talking about religion. I'm talking about language. I'm talking about geographical location and there's lots of different things. And the bigger, my combination can be, the more interesting my results could be because they push me and allow me to think in a different way that I would never have thought by myself. So, so that's one, that's a second part of it. And then positivity would definitely be a third one. One thing that I saw, I mean, especially when I started out interning at Nike, it was just this positive energy.Again, it goes back to the team that you work with. But if I'm working with someone, collaborating with someone that shoots down every idea in a negative way, I don't think you're going to see success at the end of the tunnel. But having a positive vibe, even if somebody shoots down an idea, I mean, there's something called the power of and. I could hate your idea, but I could build your idea.Yeah, and we could do this, and we could do that. Rather than let's not do this. Let's do that. So, I actually, I've seen both. I've seen the negative side of things in the industry and the positive sides and definitely the teams that were positive. That's where I saw the most innovation happen. Brian Ardinger: Having the ability to ask the what if questions rather than, you know, the negative side of, well, that's never going to work or, or whatever, being able to at least push through that seems to be one of the traits that I've seen as well.I guess the last kind of core topic I want to talk about is this idea of how do you rep a team that maybe wants to have a more of a creative spark and that? Are there particular things that you can do to get folks more engaged in innovation. Start thinking about it and spark their creative juices.Hussain Almossawi: There were cool workshops that we did. And I also give, like, when I give talks and different creativity conferences, I do also like different kind of workshops for people in different industries. One really cool thing that we do is let's say we're designing a footwear. So, I'd go to Home Depot. Any DIY store. I'd buy random stuff, stuff that has nothing to do with footwear.I'd go to the dollar store, buy random stuff and put them all on the table. And then I'd give the team a brief, a task. All right let's do a shoe that is super comfortable. Let's do a shoe that flies. Let's do a shoe that is this or that. And that really pushes your imagination to take these things that have nothing to do with a shoe or with each other, and then start to think outside the box.Okay. What if, if I use these ping pong balls and use them as the cushion of the shoe because of the shape, because of the lightweight. It could do this or that. So, first of all, opening room for imagination. And then second of all there's no right or wrong. I think that's really important in innovation. At least in the process, there's no right or wrong. There are no stupid questions. Everything is possible. And then as we like an idea, as we get excited about an idea, we can start to look at reality how things can be done. How things can be manufactured processed. And then bring it closer to reality and start to tweak it and adjust it and refine it. So, so that's definitely I'd say the best exercise I've seen working with different people and teams. Brian Ardinger: That's a great little exercise. I'll put in my bag of tools as well. So, appreciate that. Last question I have is where do you go for inspiration? What are the, the resources or the things that you look at that keep you on top of this game?Hussain Almossawi: One of the things that's actually mentioned in the book, it's being a curious sponge. So just being open to everything and accepting everything. And you know, when you see things around, you look at the colors, look at the texture. When you hear conversations, get interested in things that don't really interest you.So just being a sponge and that's something that Tinker Hatfield at Nike told me. Just be a curious sponge. And that really allows you to soak things in. Then another thing is just being inspired by greatness. You know, by excellent around you. Whether it's through other artists, whether it's through sports, through books.I love reading. And reading is the number one source of being inspired. You know, it's just different kinds of information from different kinds of people. So that's another thing. And it all gets back to being a curious sponge. Whether I'm reading. Whether I'm looking at art. Whether I'm talking to people. Just being curious and interested at all times.And as kids, we were always curious, asking questions. Asking lots of amazing questions. And we saw that with Leonard de DaVinci. He always asked lots of questions in his notebooks. Why is the sky blue? What does a Woodpecker's tongue look like? But as we grow up, we kind of are taught to not ask any stupid questions and to just play it safe. And that really leads to, I'd say, taking a step back from innovation, which is unfortunate. For More InformationBrian Ardinger: It's an amazing topic. I appreciate you coming on Inside Outside Innovation to share your insights and that. And if people are curious about where to find out more about your book and more about yourself, what's the best way to do that.Hussain Almossawi: So, the Innovator's Handbook comes out September 6th. The best way is through Instagram, through my website, LinkedIn. Yeah. Just type my name in you'll find me. Brian Ardinger: Excellent. Well, Husain, thanks again for coming on Inside Outside Innovation. Look forward to continuing the conversation and appreciate your time.Hussain Almossawi: Thank you so much. Appreciate it. Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. 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Nothing is off the table when it comes to creating businesses and putting food on the table. Chris Lesso is an expert at optimizing the power of drumming to elevate focus, confidence, and self expression. LTR (Life Through Rhythm) is an attitude and way of life, and it leverages drumming as a force to help you reach your fullest potential and live the art of possibility every day. Chris began his journey early, drumming and playing piano at the age of 7 – and he's never looked back. He has studied with world-renowned educators including Dom Famularo and Jim Blackley to name a few, and has traveled the world performing with some of the best in the business, while also leading his own band modus factor. Having studied all over the world with a ‘boots on the ground' approach and seeking out the very best to learn from, Chris now distills years of learning to serve you on your quest to become your best self through drumming. Show Notes: www.thedadedge.com/friday67