Personal value, basis for ethical action
Based on your beliefs that we have unlimited possibilities, hope is always alive, and the frequency you hold shifts the world you experience, it can become your new personal policy that you will maintain your true resonance, presence, and centeredness no matter what. You will guard that policy as we move into a time when challenges to your ability to want more for yourself and manifest a new way of being will definitely present themselves.
We discuss the the Biden administration, immigration and AZ. Our guests are: Miranda Devine, Boris Epshteyn, Dr. Peter Navarro, John Hancock, Joe Allen Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 10/19/2021 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews
After this past year and a half don't you want to retreat a little? Well, today we're going to Australia and talking all things work/life balance, self-care, and reevaluating the workplace post-pandemic because retreats shouldn't have to be a giant adventure, they can happen daily with the right tools. Join me and Alice Schaefer as we cover all of this and more. Follow Alice Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/alice-schaefer-7163b61/ IG @retreatalittle ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Join the Market Me waitlist at https://emily-hawkins.mykajabi.com/waitlist Subscribe to Emily's newsletter at https://www.emilyhawkins4u.com/subscribe Join Emily's Successful job seekers community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/645929416050420 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Find me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/emilyhawkins4u/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilyhawkins4u/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/emilyhawkins4/ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Listen to my weekly podcast on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-leadershift-playbook/id1450579130 Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/emily-hawkins-689753816 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/20900eca-89f3-42d1-88f0-795e6ca889b9/The-LeaderSHIFT-Playbook I look forward to watching you grow! Emily
In this episode, Fi and I will talk about how to get started on writing a personal essay. We will tell you about several key questions and tools that you can apply to trigger memories to explore self-awareness. Whether you're writing your personal college essay or starting a self-reflection query, you can use this format so you don't get stuck with writer's block. Download your list of Values that we talk about in this episode HERE It's my monthly chat with Fiona Murden, my great friend, awesome mom, award-winning author, and host of Dot to Dot Podcast. Each month we sit down to discuss the science and real life applications of topics that help us perform under pressure and achieve our highest potential, without burning out. Fiona and I hit it off immediately! We are both passionate about teaching the science of resilience and as parents, we both have a special interest in teaching kids how they can positively influence their brains. We are on a mission to widely share practical cognitive and motivational research tools with curious people who want to fulfill their potential and ultimately, lead happier lives. Fiona is a Chartered UK Organizational Psychologist who coaches top performers and C-suite individuals to achieve optimal performance and Juna teaches high-achieving students of all ages at the Juilliard School, and previously at NYU, Columbia, Barnard, Achievement First and at many other organizations. For more resources, sign up for the newsletter at mindbodyspace.com/podcast Fiona's podcast Dot to Dot listen HERE Fiona's award winning books: Mirror Thinking HERE
J.-C. Spender, PhD, is an engineer-turned-business school professor, an author, an expert on the history of business education, and he's a former business executive and business school dean. These credentials equip him to have insight into the goings-on of business schools and real expertise in the practical challenges of graduate business education. Dr. Spender has a distinct philosophical bent which surfaces in this episode (and more so in Part 2 of this interview—Episode #30). He sports a professorial persona, likely honed with endless graduate students, which means a few pugilistic remarks punctuate our conversation even when we are in “violent agreement.”I asked him to come onto the LTL podcast to talk about Managerialism. He and Robert R. Locke co-wrote the book Confronting Managerialism—How the Business Elite and their Schools Threw our Lives out of Balance.Dr. Spender makes it clear from the get-go that controversy related to managerialism must be seen in terms of conflicting values. By necessity, there are distinct values driving people who are involved in the financial or operational details of large organizations. He believes critics of managerialism might suffer from the delusion that it's possible to run a complex organization without applying attention and resources to maintaining the multiplicity of needs of the enterprise itself. This “idiotic and fruitless” stance ignores the fact that friction between managers and professionals represents an inevitable clash of values.In this episode Dr. Spender says “The issues of managerialism in the healthcare sector are extraordinarily important--they are the cutting edge of getting a sense of how on earth do we manage these systems?”In this episode:-Principles and theory—the scaffolding for the actual practice of a profession-Tacit knowledge—you won't escape this podcast without a clear picture of the critical nature of experiential learning-Principles and theory must step aside to allow tacit knowledge, practice, and the “real you” to assert agency in times of uncertainty-The mystifying chasm between the business community and business school curriculum-The “deadly, fatal” loss of critique in academic business literature-Business school faculty priorities: getting published, tenured, and pensioned-Being “present” vs. sacrificing yourself to a principleMeet J.-C. Spender, PhDDr. Spender is a Research Professor at Kozminski University, Warsaw; an Emeritus Research Fellow, Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership; and a Visiting Scholar with Fordham Center for Humanistic Management. He served in Royal Navy submarines and he worked with Rolls-Royce on nuclear propulsion, IBM on financial computing, and as an investment banker before earning a PhD at the Manchester Business School (UK). He retired in 2003 as Dean of the School of Business & Technology at FIT/SUNY (New York). He has published eight books, and over 100 journal articles and book chapters. His most recent book is Business Strategy: Managing Uncertainty, Opportunity, and Enterprise (Oxford UP 2014) which is his dissident view of strategy as a practice that includes the need to manage a business's creative responses to uncertainty. He also writes about the theory and ethics of the firm, business strategy, and the history of management education. In 2014 he was awarded an honorary doctorate in economics by the Lund University School of Economics & Management. He is also Commissioning Editor for the Cambridge University Press Elements in Business Strategy.For details of his current work, broader interests, and a detailed resume go to: https://jcspender.com/For a Glossary of Sorts (aka Spenderisms) in this episode, read the 10/19/21 Licensed to Lead newsletter (and for heaven's sake: subscribe!): https://bit.ly/LTLmoreinfo
Darin Dawson is the Co-Founder and President of BombBomb, a Human-Centered Communication Platform that enables users to use simple, personal video messages to leverage their best asset – themselves! Darren leads all sales, marketing, customer success and product development at BombBomb, a fast-growing, Colorado-based software company. He's on a mission to re-humanize the planet and he wants to start with your business communication. He believes that human beings have intrinsic value and that every person deserves to be seen, heard and understood. That's why he co-founded BombBomb. Questions Could you share with us a little bit about your journey in your own words and how you got to where you are today, could you share that with us? Could you share with our audience for those who may not have listened to Ethan's episode last year or never heard of BombBomb, what is it that BombBomb does and how can that help a business? Why video, why should we use video to connect and communicate daily with people? What is customer experience and why do you think it matters? Could you share with us maybe some of the values that BombBomb is built on that has helped BombBomb to really be able to realize fulfilling those needs for your customers? And why do you think an internal culture needs to be very impactful in order to execute a strong external culture? Could you explain to us in very layman terms, what does it mean to re humanize people? What are we lacking that we need re humanization? Could you share with us what does that really mean? Could you also share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely can't live without in your business? Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you, it could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you've read recently, but it still has had a great impact on you. Could you also share with us what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? It could be something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. Where can listeners find you online? Do you have a quote or saying that you use in times of adversity or challenge? This quote kind of helps to get you back on track and get you refocused if for any chance you got derailed. Highlights Darin's Journey When asked about his journey, Darin shared that he feels like it may be a little bit non typical, so for instance, he never graduated the university, so he didn't go to college, he did but he didn't graduated as his father said very good advice to him at that age, “Maybe college isn't for you.” He was always entrepreneurial, he saw that in him and thought that he should pursue that and kind of get after doing his own thing. He grew up on a farm, hard working all his life, got given a good what they call there a Midwestern work ethic and ended up moving to Colorado in 1995 when he was 21 years old and have been there ever since. So, then graduated school but then started this kind of painting business out in Colorado when he was young, he grew that business, it was actually successful. But then in the late 90s, early 2000s he started being interested in all things to do with internet marketing, Pay Per Click strategies, On Demand strategies, things like that and he got involved in the marketing business, was lucky enough to get ownership in that business, to sell that business and then do that again with another marketing company and then ended up working at a TV station actually running online, marketing the website salespeople for that, also content creators for that and he learned a lot about mass media marketing and really led him to think about what he didn't like about that led him to create BombBomb which he does today. What BombBomb Does and How Can That Help a Business Me: Now, we had the awesome pleasure of interviewing one of your employees, Ethan Beaute last year, we had him on our podcast as well as on a Facebook Live and I was supremely blown away by how he responded to my messages through video, I thought it was just brilliant. And so, of course when you reached out to me and I was like, “Oh my goodness, another person from BombBomb but even the person who created it, this is amazing.” So, could you share with our audience for those who may not have listened to Ethan's episode last year or never heard of BombBomb, what is it that BombBomb does and how can that help a business? Darin shared that first of all, he loves that guy (Ethan). And actually Ethan is a dear friend and he convinced him to leave that TV station where they worked together and come to BombBomb with him. And so, he's been there over 10 years, he couldn't have done it without him, he's fantastic, he's their Chief Evangelist, he's a good friend and a valued, valued person to him. He believes and we at BombBomb believe that all human beings has an intrinsic value, that we are special, that we are unique, how we communicate with each other is unique. And the software that they enable you to use is sending video messages to the people who matter in your life, which could be the people in your life, personal life, it could be colleagues that you work with, it could be your prospects, it could be your existing customers. So, you can send yourself video messages so they can see you, know you, and understand you in that way, so it's very simple to do, takes no time at all and they allow you to do in every message platform that you may be using. So that could be your email, that could be in social media messenger systems, it could be in LinkedIn for example, so anywhere you're saying a message, they allow you to use a video as well. Why We Should Use Video to Connect and Communicate Daily with People Darin stated that if you believe, like he just mentioned that we are unique human beings, the way we talk is unique, then you should be considering video. And here's a very good example, if he was to ask 10 business owners: “What is your most valuable asset in your business?” He believes at least 9 out of 10, maybe 10 out of 10 would tell him that their people are their most valuable asset. But more often, what we're doing is we're hiding these best assets, the ones that we spent a long time interviewing, if you're interviewing a salesperson, you're trying to say, “Are they good with people? Are they good at presenting passion and enthusiasm for your product?” You're trying to assess all these things about people, and then we hire them and then we make them look like and feel like everyone else with text email, texting, phones, all that stuff, phone's better. But behind these technologies that we have chat, we're just like everyone else. He thinks we're removing the most uniqueness that we can bring in our people, our diversity, how they interact, and all the things that we want in our culture, in our business, we're withholding from our customers in a lot of ways when we don't put people in front of people more often. What is Customer Experience and Why it Matters Me: Now, as we talk about video, and connecting with people daily, and really seeing the intrinsic value in a human being, in your view, Darin, what is customer experience and why do you think it matters? Darin shared that he believes the customer experience is every touch point that you have with either potential customers or existing customers, anything that could be an in person event, it could be a podcast, it could be a webinar, it could be when he calls your business, and what's the experience he gets when that phone is picked up by someone who works there, that's it. So, let him frame it this way. If there were two businesses that did the exact same thing, they sell the exact same service, for the exact same price, how do you decide which one to choose if they're very much the same? He believes you choose the one you like and that could be for a lot of different reasons. But the experience that you bring ultimately becomes your unique selling proposition that is what makes us unique in a business. He has a software business, he competes against people who do similar things to what he does, he has some features they don't have, they have some features that he doesn't have, but they are basically the same and at the end of the day, people are going to choose who they know, like and trust, he still believes that that's what they do. So, in that case, his customer experience has to be better, he wants to deliver on that more over than anything else. It matters in the product, it matters in all these motions that we look at in a business, but to him, again, customer experience is your unique identifier. Values that BombBomb is Built On Me: I totally support everything that you just said. And I think a lot of businesses lose focus of that. Now, in trying to deliver that customer experience as you mentioned, is your unique proposition. I think it's important; the organization has to have a really good culture, because customer experience starts from within, how you deal with your employees, how responsive you are to them, how you support them in whatever initiatives they're trying to accomplish. And of course, all businesses came into existence because we're all trying to solve some problem for customers that have a need. And so, could you share with us maybe some of the values that BombBomb is built on that has helped BombBomb to really be able to realize fulfilling those needs for your customers? And why do you think an internal culture needs to be very impactful in order to execute a strong external culture? Darin shared that they have five core values at BombBomb, they are Relationships, Humility, Flexibility, Service, and Fun. So, those are five core values and he thinks that really, businesses need to give the people that work there a reason to work there, that's beyond money, that's beyond the work necessarily. Because you can go answer the phone anywhere, you can go do customer success service anywhere, you can do sales anywhere, you can run these teams anywhere now and from anywhere for that matter. He believes that we want to give people a purpose behind why they do what they do at BombBomb. So, they do that in a few different ways. First of all, their book is called Re humanize Your Business and that's what they want to do with their product but their mission at BombBomb is to humanize the planet. And this is what he means by it has to matter more than the word. And locally, they support a few organizations, one is called Dream Centers in Colorado Springs, it actually provides free health care for women and also it provides homeless families off of the streets of their city and into a safe place where they can thrive, where they can go to school, where the mothers can get an education. They have the women's clinic and they have a thing called Mary's Home and they're fantastic. And those are two organizations they support and they support them financially, but they also support them with their time. So, every year they do a trunk or treat for the children at Mary's Home. And another organization they support is called the Springs Rescue Mission and it's in Colorado Springs, and they support the homeless population, helping them to get out of homelessness, a cycle of homelessness, help them to get food to eat. Just last week, he took about 30 BombBomb folks down there and they did a barbecue where they cooked burgers, he smelled like Burger King when he got back. They grilled like 300 burgers and hotdogs and they serve those people. So, it's beyond money, why do they do what they do? Because they're humanizing your business but they're also trying to humanize the planet and that planet starts right their own backyard in Colorado Springs, Colorado. What is Means to Re Humanize People Me: You spoke a little bit just now about rehumanizing your business. And when we read your bio, a big part of BombBomb's mission is to re humanize the planet. And so, could you explain to us in very layman terms, what does it mean to re humanize people? What are we lacking that we need re humanization? Could you share with us what does that really mean? Darin shared that he thinks its two things in your business it may exist that he thinks participating right now in this insanely, it's like nuclear proliferation but it's different, it's this digital pollution. So, after he gets off of this call, he will have no less than 30 unsolicited emails in his inbox, LinkedIn will have a few and people are just being bombarded. And so, we need to get back to building know, like and trust with the people that we want to work with. We need to communicate in a way that solves problems for people we know that we can solve problems for. He thinks the problem right now in marketing and sales is that we're just holistically blasting everyone to kingdom come with unwanted, unsolicited messaging. And frankly, he doesn't even believe it's from real people anymore. So, all we're doing is we're desensitizing people, nobody believes that you actually wrote the email anymore, actually wrote the LinkedIn messenge, they thing it was written for you, sent by some sort of system and what that does is it takes away the idea of reciprocity on his part. Five years ago, even three years ago, if you sent him an email even if he wasn't interested, the reciprocity effect says, “I'm going to respond to you even if I'm not interested.” Now, we've made it so very easy to ignore everyone, everyone is complicit in this digital pollution that we're all participating in, we send too much of stuff that doesn't matter. Therefore, the stuff that does goes by the wayside. So, he believes using personal video, personal messaging to people succinctly for them, to them, from human to human, to solve the problem that you very well solved for this type of business. So, you have to have that figured out. What's the problem I solve? How do we succinctly solve it in 20 seconds, deliver a video for that person? Or in the customer experience, side, if it's retention. Don't make him feel like just another number of your business. How many customers do you have? Don't make him feel like number 569, make him feel like the only one. And so, how do you do that, you do that by taking time and sending personalized communications whenever possible, doesn't have to be every time but he calls them “Moments That Matter.” What are the very important moments that matter when he knows? Easy way to do this is to say to yourself, “Would this be better said face to face? If so, send a video.” So, that's re humanizing your business. We're re humanizing the planet or humanizing these things, he believes people have intrinsic value, he believes all over the world people are being dehumanized right now probably more than they ever have been, ever. We have more slavery, we have more sex trafficking, we have more abuse, we need to get in front of that. And to him, we need to do our part here and so that's why, as he mentioned, they support these local organizations. They actually even support a community in Africa, where some kids in Africa got to adopt BombBombers, it was amazing. So, the kids got to look at pictures of people who work here, choose them to be someone they want to communicate with and then, of course, they help the organization but they help with food and medical care and things like that. But he's got to tell you, some of the best joy happens from these kids sending letters to people who work here. And that's a connection that they build. So, they're now we're re humanizing the people of BombBomb by doing that, just as much as they are those kids in Africa. So, that's a big part of their mission. He just believes that the world we live in, if we just want to turn a blind eye to it, that's not responsible as a business owner. App, Website or Tool that Darin Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Darin shared that it's a pretty generic one, but it's Spotify. What couldn't he live without; he can't live without a podcast. He listens to podcasts like crazy, he got a bit of a commute, and he enjoys it. His kids play soccer 4 days a week, so when he's waiting for them to be done; he's on the podcast. So, he's trying to build himself up to that. So, he's going to say Spotify. Books That Have Had the Greatest Impact on Darin When asked about books that have the biggest impact, Darin shared that Seth Godin was a very much a part of the foundation of this business in early 2000s. He has read every Seth Godin book he's ever written. And so, he's just going say Seth Godin. So, Seth Godin Podcast, Seth Godin Books. The early ones, he thinks it was even Purple Cow, New Edition: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable it was really transformational. Just about being unique and how you stand out. And I believe the book, he might get this wrong is 1000 true fans, it might have been one of his earlier books is the idea if you have 1000 fans, that you'll never have to work again. He thinks we're seeing this, he was an early projector of this, this influencer movement that we see very common today and that's exactly what he was talking about in that book. And that's how they thought about sending video messaging that you could be this influencer. And then he's going to say, Verne Harnish wrote a book called Scaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don't (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) and then Scaling Up 2.0 and it's about mastering the Rockefeller habits as he calls it. And these are just these business motions that has made them very successful at BombBomb, how to run the business, how to plan for the business, how to do stand ups in the morning, all these things are very fundamentally ingrained in who they are at BombBomb. So, Seth Godin and Scaling Up 2.0, those are his two recommendations. What Darin is Really Excited About Now! Darin shared that he's really excited about this growth team that they have put together, he gets to lead, it's fantastic, it's a cross functional team many people coming from lots of different parts of the organization are focused on how do they get after better growth for the business? So, that means acquiring new customers, better keeping the customers that they have, making the product more aligned towards those things. So, it's been a lot of fun and he loves that team. Where Can We Find Darin Online Website – www.bombbomb.com LinkedIn – Darin Dawson Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Darin Uses When asked about quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Darin shared that it's Peter Drucker and the quote is, “Focus is the key to all economic success.” So, if he needs to get refocused, if his team does, he brings that out. Focus is the key. So, are we focused? Do we need to get more focused? Are there things that we should stop doing so we can start doing the right things? Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners Links Seth Godin Books Seth Godin Podcasts Purple Cow, New Edition: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable by Seth Godin Scaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don't (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) by Verne Harnish The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.” The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. 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On this week's episode, Jeff welcomes Gunlek Ruder, the President, and CEO of S. Martinelli and Company, a 153-year-old family business. Gun has been with Martinelli's for eight years, operating as a non-family member in various capacities including Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer. Jeff and Gun discuss the impact and importance of the 5.5 million family-owned businesses in the US including that they contribute 57% of US GDP, employ 63% of our workforce, and are responsible for 78% of all new job creation. Gun talks about how a company like Martinelli's can make it to the 5th and 6th generation and retain the positive aspects of heritage while creating innovative new products. He explains what it's like to work for a family-owned business, shares key leadership advice for non-family member managers, and talks about the ways the pandemic made the company reevaluate their mission, vision, core values, and purpose. Gun shares about his philanthropic work with his friends Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf, and how he still has a special place in his heart for philanthropy.
If you're at the 6 & 7 figure level in your business, chances are (if you're using social media) you have someone else handling your media presence. What I want to leave with you today is this... if this person isn't a Christian, doesn't have the same world view you have and / or doesn't know your brand voice - you are not effectively using social media the way YOU should be using it. It's important that each of us show up on social media authentically, however; most successful businesses do not have the time, energy or knowledge on how to approach social media the correct way. So this is my caution to you as you approach finding someone to help with social media consulting and management for your business - ensure they know WHO you are, WHOSE you are and the VALUES that are most important to your company.
It's been 12 years since the first Trends and Insights report from The Content Marketing Institute and Marketing Profs. On this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about the report, and particularly, what changes Covid has wrought. Tune in to find out what the report means for your communications work.
Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 This week, Debbie brings in Loan Officer Larry Ehrlich aka “Mortgage Dad,” to talk about the current climate of Mortgage and Real-Estate. Below are the topics that they hit on in this episode: Debbie starts off the show by urging her audience to check out her YouTube videos which contains free information, especially with the latest video/segment of the Home Buying Workshop. Debbie and Larry discuss Loan Limits and guidelines constantly changing. Debbie says that the “word on the street” is that there will be the biggest jump in Loan Limits in the past 50 years. If that's the case, Larry believes this will help first time buyers and people that want to refinance. They discuss the details of how this can help and or effect homeowners in high-cost areas, especially in California. They go on to talk about how Conventional Loans and Conforming Loans are more advantageous than Jumbo Loans, especially when people want to pull cash out for renovations, school for college, etc. Debbie suggests for clients to call in and schedule an appointment with her team, so they get the application going for the purpose of “being prepared.” In that way, when the Loan Limits come out, then all they must do is hit the submit button and the higher limit will be locked. They go on to talk about Appraisals and how the market is shifting. Debbie says that the most educational advice she can give at this time in relation to appraisals and the market is “DO NOT remove your appraisal contingency” for various reasons. Larry goes on to give examples on why. Larry says, “Get your application in right away, because it is never too early just to start.” Debbie and Larry both say that the value of your property right now is the highest it has ever been, therefore pulling cash out right now would be the best time to do so. Check out the new Mortgage Mom Radio online merch store! The beer mugs are insane! SHOP NOW Clients and audience members must text the word “mom” to the phone number 844-935-3634 (We Lend 4 You) to get updates and links. So do that TODAY! How do you schedule a phone consultation with mom? BOOK NOW Get your free consultation today! We are LIVE on YOUTUBE every Wednesday. Watch us record our show! Ask us your questions right in the feed or call in and we will answer them for you LIVE. Text "MOM" to 844-935-3634 for a weekly link to join when we get started. Mortgage Mom Radio equips you with all the mortgage education that you could ask for right at your fingertips! Listen to our Podcast with hours of shows and topics, download our PHONE APP loaded with every mortgage tool that you could need, and finally, watch our HOMEBUYER WORKSHOP SERIES on YouTube! Debbie Marcoux is licensed by the Department of Financial Institutions under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act, NMLS ID 237926, also licensed in AZ-0941504, FL-LO76508, GA-69178, ID-167867, ID - MLO 2080237926, IL-031.0058339, NV-57237, OR, TN-184373, TX, WA-MLO-237926
Keep or Kut - Last week, Pete (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad (@ChadYoung) jumped into a way-too-early Pitcher List mock draft for the 2022 season. In this episode, they are joined by two of the other draft participants - Scott Chu (@ifthechufits) and Christopher Weber (@shwebsi) - to talk about potential high-value keepers. By comparing 2021 ADP to where players were taken in the mock draft, Chad, Pete, Scott, and Shwebsi countdown the top 10 keeper values, and tease some late selections who could be exciting keepers next year. Join Pitcher List Plus and get an ad-free website and access to the Pitcher List Discord community, while supporting the podcast. Timestamps: 3:08 - Scott and Shwebsi tell us a bit about their favorite keeper leagues, including a contract-based pair of AL- and NL-only, and a team named Howard the Duck 9:35 - High-level thoughts on the draft we just finished, including the folly of drafting in October. 14:41 - We dive into our top ten countdown of the players with the greatest difference between their 2021 ADP and their pick in this draft, starting with Freddy Peralta. 20:57 - After making huge strides in 2021, Dylan Cease checks in at number nine. 25:46 - Jorge Polanco may not repeat his 2021, but that won't stop him from being number eight on our list, and a great keeper. 31:57 - With first-round production this year, Cedric Mullins is a clear keeper in any format. 38:14 - It's a full-on lovefest for number six Wander Franco. 45:28 - Chad takes a victory lap as we discuss number five Austin Riley. 52:06 - Number four Robbie Ray and the amazing ability to just decide to be better. 56:51 - There were two Shohei Ohtani's in this draft, but only one made it to number three on our list. 1:02:46 - Tyler O'Neill demonstrates the challenges of drafting this early in the off-season. 1:09:12 - Despite the rough pre-season, no one rose further from 2021 to this draft than Chris Sale 1:17:11 - Six guys who went after pick 200 in the draft that we think could be keepers in 2023 Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
I choose to hire people based on their values and NOT just their capabilities… why?Because the values of your business should be the driving factor of everything you do, everyone on your team, etc…Listen now to learn how I use values to define my business and the world that my team and I are trying to impact every day!! Grab my book MILLIONAIRE SUCCESS HABITS here: https://www.deansbook.com/msh?utm_source=mshpodcast
There's a key factor that sets leaders apart - values. People don't always respect and follow bosses, but they do respect people of value. Dave Ferguson, the Leaders Coach, is an internationally respected executive coach, speaker, facilitator, and author, in the areas of leadership and personal development. In his signature direct, yet highly connective style, Dave helps business owners, executives, top management leaders, and political leaders transform how they communicate, connect, and grow in their leadership roles and more. Prior to launching his coaching and speaking business in 2008, Dave served 20 years in corporate leadership roles in Fortune 500 banking, real estate, and investment companies. Jump right in and learn from Dave's experience about the importance and impact of leadership values and legacy. On this episode: Learn more about how Dave was thrusted into the world of leadership from an early age and how he had to grow in his leadership values later on. Are you a boss or a leader? Find out how values determine which one you are and the level of respect and transformation you generate. How mentorship brought Dave out of the boss mentality and left a legacy in Dave's own leadership. Find out what you should be looking for in a great leader: Do they walk the talk? Have they mastered humility? How to set up and build your legacy for the future - when should you start building it and how to do it. Dave talks about how advancing the vision of your organization creates a successful leader. Key Takeaways: Values are the difference between bosses and leaders People need to agree you are a person of value Open and expand your lens on leadership all over the world There's always something new to learn about leadership Accountability and humility determine a person's level of leadership Legacy starts the minute you're placed in leadership Tweetable Quotes: “People don't have to agree with what you value… but they really need to agree you're a person OF value.” - Dave Ferguson “The minute you're placed into a leadership position… that's when you have to start working on the legacy piece.” - Dave Ferguson “The leader that can hold the most perspectives but make none of them solid will be your legacy leader.” - Dave Ferguson Connect with Dave on https://www.facebook.com/DaveFergy (Facebook) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/leaderscoach/ (LinkedIn). Be sure to jump over to https://livingtolead.com/ (https://livingtolead.com/) to learn more about transformational leadership coaching for you and your team. Resources: https://www.facebook.com/ASKCOACHDAVE (Ask Coach Dave) https://livingtolead.com/ (Playbook for Setting and Achieving Your Goals) https://www.amazon.com/Boss-Leader-Leading-Living-Lead-ebook/dp/B00V3ZGJC4 (Boss or Leader) Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ (http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
It can be so easy to see the inconsistencies between how we're living and how we really want to be living, and the space between these two is really important. Often, we may find that this space is ideal for berating ourselves and a lot of negative self-talk, but if we can learn instead to create a space for grace, we'll find that the distance between where we are and where we want to go becomes easier and more attainable.
Jenn loved working in orthopedics, but like so many struggled with the 'mill' model when she was seeing 20+ patients each day.After having her own children she dealt with her own pelvic health issues and "just felt like there was no support." There was no help for her as an entire human being. When Covid hit and she was laid off from her job, it was the push she needed to start her own business to provide the kind of care she wishes had been available for her!As she says, "From my personal journey through it, I understood what I wanted to be - and not be - as a provider."Most people skip past thinking through their Vision & Values. Jenn has thought deeply about the experience she wants for each of her patients. And it shows in everything she does at Vivid Women's Health.She talks through her challenges with starting Vivid, including hearing from physicians she knew they would no longer refer patients because she elected to go out-of-network.Even though she was extremely successful and had a full schedule (and was hiring!) Jenn called us for mentorship because: "I was seeing too many patients in order to grow the business the way I wanted to. I started seeing systems starting to fall through. I started seeing I wasn't calling patients back fast enough....There's no manual for running a business"Jenn's team at Vivid now includes her and two other physical therapists, as well as a front desk administrator. Even better, she's continuing to grow and is now hiring (so if you live near Newton PA or would like to, make sure to reach out!She's creating the job she wished had existed for her when she was starting out. She's integrated with her local community and has truly 'Found her Tribe', making friends along with way with 'competitors.'Hear about her entire journey, and make sure to share and tag in your stories!Jenn PernaFounder of Vivid Women's Health, Jenn is currently hiring in Newton PA! Make sure to follow her and connect on Instagram (@VividWomensHealth). Pelvic PT Business ResourcesIf you'd like to learn more about our resources for cash-based pelvic PTs, make sure to take 5 minutes and fill out our Business Owners Survey. We'd love to hear about where you are in your business and where you want to go!Shout Out and Get in Touch!If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a few seconds to take a screenshot and put it up in your Instagram Stories and tag Nicole (@nicolecozeandpt). Or send us an email at Nicole@PelvicSanity.com with your thoughts, questions or ideas. We'd love to hear from you!About UsNicole and Jesse Cozean founded PelvicSanity Physical Therapy together in 2016. It grew quickly into one of the largest cash-based physical therapy practices in the country. They run Pelvic PT Rising, providing both clinical and business resources exclusively tailored to pelvic PTs.
The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 2) We've all heard the admonishment to "trust the science" in various situations. But is demanding faith in science while dismissing faith in religion truly rational? In this episode, Lenny Esposito tackles the distinctions between faith, belief, and knowledge and offers specific examples of where the tenets of the Christin faith not only proved more accurate than the invocation of science during the last century, but also proved to be more humane. This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site. Part 2 of 3
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episodeParenting is never predictable. Even when we think we know our kid, some new interest or personality trait suddenly comes out of left field. Maybe your kid has always been a total carnivore, but this week, all their friends are vegan...so they want to be vegan too! Yesterday, your kid wanted to be a pro basketball player, but today they want to be a painter...tomorrow they'll tell you they're destined to be a scientist. It can be dizzying to keep up with your teens as they grow and evolve everyday!But what about when a kid who's always happy and smiling suddenly seems tired and disinterested in things? Or when your teen who swore they'd never smoke accidentally leaves a vape in the kitchen? When these kinds of unexpected parenting troubles pop up, it's hard to adjust and react effectively. It can be incredibly challenging to avoid the urge to panic, and nearly impossible to remain cool and parent through peril.According to this week's guest, the secret to handling the ups and downs is to define our values–and stick to them. His name is Frank Figliuzzi and he' the former assistant director of the FBI, served as FBI chief inspector for sensitive internal inquiries, and is now a national security analyst for NBC news! His new book, The FBI Way: Inside the Bureau's Code of Excellence, highlights the principles that make the FBI so successful at handling crises and explains how you can apply those same principles when things go awry with your teen.In the episode, we're touching on what Frank calls “the seven Cs”, or seven fundamentals that parents can practice to create a harmonious house and handle conflict when it arises. We're covering the importance of sticking to a code of values, practicing clarity, and enforcing consistent consequences–but not without compassion, credibility and conservancy. Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode
On Score Values, Sean Anderson was joined by Steve Bernas, the president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau, to discuss the latest consumer alerts that all consumers should be monitoring. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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New residents in France must take mandatory classes to learn how to integrate into French society. But immigration and integration are hot-button issues in upcoming elections, and not everyone agrees on what it means to be French.
Four years ago, on a plane from Los Angeles to New York, I wrote out the Organize 365® mission, vision, and values. Today, we are a much larger team making a bigger impact in the world, but our values have stayed true. What is truly amazing is that these five values are not just held by the Dream Team, but these are the values that the Organize 365 community has as well. When we focus on these values, we arrive at the “after” feel of organization and productivity I shared with you last week. (Don't forget to tag us in your after photos of what you are doing now that you have increased your capacity by getting organized!) Organize 365® guides you along a transformational journey that organizes both your heart and your mind. Our values are: Power of Positivity Building Community Life in Abundance Transformational Freedom Proactive Anticipation Let me know what value you think is the strongest for you and how you are seeing it in your transformational journey!
Show Notes: [0:00:58] Intro | Timely Topics Brief Discovering Purpose Recap [00:03:03] Thoughts on Values Values are guardrails. "Stay between these lines." Values can be deceptively easy. Values force you to make tough decisions. [00:05:51] The Right Number of Values? What's too many? What's not enough? An exercise in comparing and contrasting other company's values Some well intentioned core values could actually be red flags... Avoid the generic and indescript. Value being memorable. Nailing down your core values take time, and could rightfully be a slow process. "Is this a value or a purpose?" Values should have specificity. [00:15:47] Making Values Meaningful to Your Team Using values as a motivator and empowering decision maker for the organization and projects. Keep it short, sweet, and meaningful. If you only have one value...that's probably your purpose, and not your value. [00:20:00] How to Discover Your Values Sit down, converse, write down the things that are important to the organization. Don't wait till you have 20-25 people to determine your values. Try putting your values in priority order. [00:30:19] Closing Thoughts Minimal, memorable, meaningful.
Being your true self, authentic, free, heart-centered, honoring your values, and learning something new is instrumental to success. In this episode Joe and Guy Reichard from HeartRich Coaching & Training talks about developing your own personal values versus the values that were given to you. Book Free Discovery Call: www.JoeWintersJr.com Music by Bingx.
Tony Hsieh's Delivering Happiness debuted at no. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list and stayed on the list for 27 weeks. Jenn Lim was a key to that success, leading the launch of he book and then becoming CEO of the company that grew from it. She is now out with the follow-up Beyond Happiness. She talks with Tristan about how she arrived at that title, what she has learned about the keys to fulfillment and how the book and her life were affected by Hsieh's death last year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tony Hsieh's Delivering Happiness debuted at no. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list and stayed on the list for 27 weeks. Jenn Lim was a key to that success, leading the launch of he book and then becoming CEO of the company that grew from it. She is now out with the follow-up Beyond Happiness. She talks with Tristan about how she arrived at that title, what she has learned about the keys to fulfillment and how the book and her life were affected by Hsieh's death last year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's Friday episode I share with you an unedited portion of our conversation from our live community call. We dived into the topic of inclusion and diversity in the Yoga Community and together we tackled some of the questions such as:Am I doing enough?Is my teaching inclusive of all people and how can I ensure that my classes welcome diversity? Do I feel yoga is inclusive and is diversity present in my classes? Am I aware of my own bias? We talk together about:Personal awarenessBeing welcoming of allAwareness to Personal BiasesIntegration into daily teaching Join the FREE Community and get full access to the call by visiting:https://www.untappedpower.net/Want more clarity for yourself:Schedule a FREE 30 minute connection callCheck out the Spiritual Money Mindset CourseLogo and Music by Alex Bourne.
“Taking on a challenge is a lot like riding a horse, isn't it? If you're comfortable while you're doing it, you're probably doing it wrong.” ~Ted Lasso Let's talk about being uncomfortable. In my mind, there are two ways we can experience discomfort in our lives, our work and our leadership. In today's episode, we'll talk about these two kinds of discomfort, and I'll offer up five strategies to help you move through them. Enjoy the episode! Recommended Resources: Prefer to read this issue? Click here for the written version. Explore your Values free workbook How to be a leader worth following Ted Lasso in my very favourite scene Sign up to receive my weekly Leadership Letters Join LEAD.Well – a community of practice for women who want to be better, braver leaders Book a complimentary call with me Join me on Twitter here
Continuing my series on the Top 50 NHL players right now in the league and their corresponding young gun rookie card values is the topic of tonight's discussion. We will focus on players ranked by NHL.com from 20-11. Definitely, some future Hall of Famer's in this group and personally, I believe there are lots to like in this group as I own a few of the players we will discuss. Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Card Hedge 7-Day Free Trial: https://www.cardhedger.com/?via=jon #NHL #Upper Deck #YoungGuns --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jdssportscards/message
Lots of things have occurred, so I have decided to take a step back and start fresh with a new season of the podcast. I update the listeners on what I am doing and what I have planned for the future of the show. Social Media/Plugs Guest Application Form: If you have a question for the podcast call 571-336-6560 or leave a question via this Google Form. Five Minute Journal by Intelligent Change Affiliate Code: https://www.intelligentchange.com/?rfsn=4621464.017186 Tappy Card “Electronic Business Card” Affiliate Code: https://tappycard.com?ref:philip-wilkerson Please leave a rating/review of the Podcast https://lovethepodcast.com/positivephilter Intro music provided by DJ BIGyoks. Check out his Instagram and Soundcloud channel can be found here: https://www.instagram.com/beats.byyoks/ https://soundcloud.com/dj-bigyoks Outro music provided by Ryan Rosemond. Check out his Soundcloud channel here: https://soundcloud.com/brothersrosemond/albums Please follow Positive Philter: Positive Philter Facebook Page Positive Philter Twitter Positive Philter Instagram If you would like to support the podcast, please consider donating to the Positive Philter Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/positivephilter Positive Philter was selected by FeedSpot as Top 20 Positive Thinking Podcasts on the web. https://blog.feedspot.com/positive_thinking_podcasts/
Why is it that so often we know what we SHOULD do but can't actually DO it?1. Values - is the goal truly one of your values?2. Do you value yourself enough? An example of this might be paying for therapy. When someone is feeling at their absolute worst, it's the time they most need someone to talk to and yet is the time they are least likely to want to invest in themselves.3. Have you identified how hard you're willing to work OR how long you're willing to wait to achieve the goal?4. How are you setting up your environment?5. How are you altering your MOs?6. Aversive settings? Change is HARD initially, you're disrupting status quo.7. If the ultimate goal is delayed, are you planning for shorter term reinforcement?8. Have you considered competing contingencies?9. Delayed reinforcers - what we know from the research10. Concept of ‘future self'11. What have you reinforced in the past - the idea that you stick to your goals or you give up on yourself?Connect with Us!If you have any questions, comments, concerns or topics that you would like us to cover, please reach out to us! FacebookBehave Yourself Podcast (private group)Instagram:instagram.com/emily.a.macraeinstagram.com/thebehaviourladyinstagram.com/behaveyourselfpodEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgDisclaimer: While we're both behaviour analysts and qualified in our respective fields, this podcast is for education and information sharing only and should not be taken as personal, medical or behavioral advice or services.
Episode Introduction: If your values aren't aligned with your business, it's time to switch that up. Tune in to learn practical tips on how to define your values and ways to align them in your business. Episode Summary: In today's episode of Law Chat with Girija, we're taking a deep dive into a conversation about your core values in life and how you can align them with your business operations. As usual, our episode comes jam-packed with actionable tips that you can start implementing in your business right away. Main Takeaways: The first step to aligning your business with your values is to grab a notebook and make a list of all the situations that have made you happy - something that made you feel amazing, somewhere that you performed great, maybe you made others feel amazing, write all of them down. Similarly, make a list of all the unpleasant situations that made you feel uneasy. In each of these situations, think about what values are speaking to you. Also, try to identify any triggers. Be authentic with your audience but do not share what's not relevant to them. Evaluate the current state of everything that you're doing and how your values are showing up in those activities. The next step is to create a system based on your values. Figure out how your workflow can accommodate your values. Help us mentor other entrepreneurs through the power of storytelling by rating us and leaving a positive review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/law-chat-with-girija/id1528580730 Get the FREE Five Day Legal Audit: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/5-day-free-legal-audit-challenge/ Join Law Chat for Entrepreneurs Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/449334726047480 Get the visual experience, watch the videocast for this episode: https://youtu.be/ACpsbAdwdso Connect With Girija: Website: https://www.gbplaw.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gbplaw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GBPLaw/ Get Ready To Use Contact Templates At: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/
On Score Values, Sean Anderson was joined by Elliot Richardson, the president of the Small Business Advocacy Council, which just received a grant from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust to bring life back to Chicago's vacant commercial strips. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If Someone Says They'll Be "A Few Minutes Late," How Late Will They Be? We have different interpretations on the meaning of the word and the consequences of being late Recorded Wednesday October 13, 2021 with Tim Hattrick, Ben Campbell, Brooke Hoover and Barrel Boy
On today's “Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell,” RJ and AJ Hoffman debate why Vegas is high on the Cleveland Browns, yet low on the Arizona Cardinals. RJ and AJ give you their list of teams who they believe have the best shot at winning the Super Bowl, and RJ believes one NFL team is better than they actually are showing. Plus, AJ gives you an early Best Bet for this weekend! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
SEGMENT 1 with Jane Hanson: Effective communication has always been the key to being a successful small business owner. But now with most of our communications happening online, have the rules of being a powerful communicator changed? Here to help small business owners become powerful communicators in every medium is long-time TV anchor and communication coach, Jane Hanson.SEGMENT 2 with Shawn Hill: A lot of small business owners think that the only time you can get a review is after the customer has purchased from you. But what if you could get a review at multiple points in the customer's journey to increase your chances of getting a great final review? Shawn Hill is here to share how small businesses can utilize reviews and reputation marketing to grow their business.SEGMENT 3 with Andrea Kayne: Now is the time to think about how your company can fit into the personal lives of your employees, not the other way around. The pandemic has caused people to reject “universal truths” and “shoulds” that don't reflect their values. If your company's lifestyle doesn't work for them, they'll move on. Andrea Kayne is here to help small business retain their team members by re-centering on work-life balance and finding their inspiring why.Sponsored by NiceJob and Plastiq.
Is EVERYONE Noticing how the July 4, 1776 Big Talk OF INDEPENDENCE FROM KING GEORGE, to the talk now October 2021 of "Divorcing The Nation" BECAUSE OF KING BIDEN, Sounds Simular? JUSTICE-THE INDIVIDUAL GUARANTEEING NO ONE IS MISTREATED AND GURANTEEING WHO NEEDS HELP THE MOST RECEIVES THE MOST CONSTRUCTIVE HELP, STARTING WITH THE INDIVIDUAL, WILL BE BETTER THAN WHAT WE HAVE. FOR THIS TO HAPPEN QUESTION EVERYTHING TAUGHT TO BELIEVE. IS IT TRUTH? FOR THIS TO HAPPEN USE WORDS IN A MANNER TO REVEAL TRUTH, PRODUCE CORRECTNESS, PEACE, JUSTICE. BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE IDEA OF MENTA PHYSICS AS IT APPLIES TO (YOU) THE INDIVIDUAL. HOW DO YOU (INDIVIDUAL) ACCOUNT FOR EXISTENCE? RELATIVE/ABSOLUTE? THESE IDEAS ARE USEFUL WHEN THE INDIVIDUAL RECOGNIZE EVERYONE SHAPED AND MOLD TO BE DISRESPECTFUL, DOES THIS MEAN EVERYONE IT APPEARS USING COLONIAL EUROCENTRIC VALUES CAN BE IDENTIFIED AS BLATANT HYPOCRITES? WHAT DO YOU WANT?? ARE WE AT THIS POINT BECAUSE THE VALUES ABOUT TRUTH TALKED ABOU,T ARE NOT BEING L I V E D? NOTICE HOW WHAT YOU SAY AND WHAT YOU DO IS NOT WHAT YOU SAY? WHAT IS THAT ABOUT? FRIDAY 10 p,m, EST.,8 p,m, MT. www.justiceradiostation.com
We are bringing you an earth shattering govcon superstar in today's episode. Venus Quates if you've never heard the name is a servant leader, forward-thinker and proud veteran of the US Air Force. Her company LaunchTech where she serves as the CEO solves the presentation and launches the future of technology in the space, financial services, healthcare and public sectors. Her firm was ranked #66 on the 2021 Inc 5000 list with a 3 year growth rate of 5,682%. Venus, with over 20 years of domestic and international experience, has acquired a wealth of technical and business knowledge across a wide range of demanding roles and sectors. She has led several engineering, technology, and data-driven initiatives with major Fortune 100 and 500 companies, global banking giants, and leaders in the Intelligence and Defense industries. Venus has traveled all over the world and educated the masses on technology innovation in business, diversity, and inclusion in STEM, the utilization of data science, and how implementing all can benefit community and economic growth. What I love about this interview is how Venus was very specific in describing what her company does well. We discuss her sources for wisdom and inspiration, mentors and more. Which one of her previous jobs impacted her Govcon Journey the most and lessons learned. Stay tuned for what is sure to be a fan favorite episode for our next Giant, Venus Quates.
Bindi Heit is the CEO and Founder of Ethical Change Agency, spiritual coaching and mentorship program, and host of her own podcast, The Ethical Evolution Podcast! She shares her wisdom on how living an ethics focused life can create an eco-friendly lifestyle. Bindi uses her ethics and values in every decision she makes in order to impact the world around her. "Be the change you want to see in the world" is something Bindi lives by and consciously does every day. She does this with how she spends her money, how she works, buys things, creates things, travels, and eats!What ethics based decisions can you make in your life so that the world around you changes to what you desire it to be?How can slowing down and applying a conscious mindset change your home's environment?What is one ethical change you can make in your home that will allow it to become eco-friendly?Connect with Bindi via her website, Ethical Change Agency online, at https://ethicalchangeagency.com/ and listen to The Ethical Evolution Podcast episode when she has me a guest on her show at https://www.theethicalevolutionpodcast.com/episodes/2#showEpisodes.
Values, attitude, and skills. These three elements play a significant role in our success. They're also encoded in our DNA. This week, Johnny uncovers how values, attitudes, and skills contribute to our success in life. By using real-life experiences and stories, he reveals easy ways you can start elevating these three components to pave your … Continue reading 22. The 3 DNA Components that Make Up our Success →
In this episode, Jimmy goes through an impactful portion of the book Evangelpreneur by Josh Tolley about living life above the line by finding your vertical alignment and your why. He gives you homework for this activity to help you better make decisions, create your goals/standards in your life, and to pursue the things God is calling you to do vs the things of this world.Here is a link to the book Evangelpreneur by Josh Tolley: https://amzn.to/3oJ9zq6Also, check out Jimmy's interview with Josh Tolley on Episode 3 of the Biblical Business Leaders Podcast!To join the conversation on this episode and many others, head over to our free Facebook group (Biblical Business Leaders) at www.facebook.com/groups/biblicalbusinessleaders and if you would like to listen to the podcast episode, head over to our site www.biblicalbusinessleaders.com and you can find the link to your favorite podcast player!God Bless!Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/auNp1Cc0E8U
This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Karl Maier. Karl is a serial entrepreneur with a knack for doubling and tripling the size of businesses quickly. He's done it 6 times either as the founder of a company or as part of the leadership team, including 7x'ing one company in less than 4 years. Currently, he's on his 3rd software company, Abunden, which helps internal and external business advisors be even more effective in helping their clients to grow and succeed. The software was created from the frameworks for success Karl has tested and applied in his businesses over the years. Needless to say, Karl has some amazing wisdom for to grow and scale businesses and I'm excited for him to share his secrets with you in this episode. https://Abunden.com/ Karl's journey was not a straight line. He learned about entrepreneurship from a young age from his grandfather and it created a curiosity in him as to why one company would succeed, and others would fail. As he grew up, he would see and be part of companies and see where they get stuck. Karl developed a passion for helping these companies and that is what he has done. From his experience, he put together the Abunden Framework to help companies have a platform of the knowledge needed to get unstuck and grow. Where do businesses get stuck? And from those you see succeed, what are the patterns or consistencies they have? In the beginning, it's about getting the sales and making it repeatable. The entrepreneur gets comfortable with this, but inevitably has to hire. It's once they begin to bring on employees and grow the business around and with them that causes challenges because the entrepreneur has to figure out how to let go and must let go to be successful. The breakdown comes in the transfer of information to make that shift. It becomes helping people to do their job rather than the entrepreneur having to do everything. The issues occur when the systems, documentation, and processes are not solidified. It's the behind-the-scenes small details that makes the difference – not the “sexy” stuff. Talk to us about the Abunden Framework and principles you use to build a business? Start with “why?” Where are we going? What are goes? Mission? Values? Next is deciding when and where people fit in and how you make decisions as a leader and management team. Training. You need to train everyone so they can manage, monitor, and develop employees to perpetuate the business. Training must be repeatable. Systems, processes, and documenting them must also be done. When you put these all together, it becomes much easier to run the business and the entrepreneur can delegate more and more. At the 12 min mark, we talk about deciding what type of businesses people must choose to have. What is the starting point to go from self-employed to a bigger business? You have to be willing to make some changes. If you won't change, the rest of the company will not. Picture yourself as the CEO of the company you want to have and what they will do. Their habits. What can you do to start doing that now? Talk about how you've been able to double sales some many times. What should people know about selling in today's world? Sometimes selling is not enough. You have to look all facets of the sale. For example, keeping more of the sale or increasing retention rates increases sales. You also not only have to sell to customers, but also to employees to get good ones and keep them which helps your business run better. Customers are not just buying your product, but what you believe in and stand for. People buy identity and cause as well nowadays. Customer retention strategies? Making sure you have the right people in the right positions to serve clients. Make sure people can be and do their best and love what they do. Develop processes to follow up and “check in” on clients. Developing service culture within the company. Talk about navigating pivots. What advice can you give? First, you must be willing to admit things aren't going right. There is a difference between an up-hill battle and a lost cause. Karl gives an example of business that pivoted during the pandemic, but then also had to pivot back. Timing? You have to understand what business you are really in. It is easy to get distracted with opportunity, but you must know what you do really well and choose the best overall ones to focus on. Look at what you promise to clients and what your values are to ground you. Communication is important – especially with your leadership. How do you see leadership? What is leadership? Leadership is about motivating people and showing and leading to the vision. Management is not leadership. Getting people to see how they can help the world and the customers through what they do and how they fit in – their small piece – important. How does a business set itself apart with customers and distinguish themselves? It comes back to the “why?” You must communicate why what you do makes a difference and the ways it makes a difference to both the employees and customers. What has surprised you most on your journey? There is a good list! The fact that sales is not the end all/be all. It is really important but building a team to deliver is equally important. It's not just about the sale. Advice for new entrepreneurs starting out? There is a lot to learn – listen to your customers and listen to your people. Become an amazing listener. Final thoughts? Things are not static. What is true today is not the same as a year or a few from now. Things constantly evolve and you must continue to adapt. Best Quote: Sales is not the end all/be all. It is really important but building a team to deliver is equally important. It's not just about the sale. Karl's Misfit 3: Every time your company doubles in size, everything breaks. 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There's a big difference between having brand values and explicitly living them out in your business. And as my guest India Jackson learned, there's a real benefit to doing so as well. When India started sharing her brand values more explicitly in her brand visibility agency, Flaunt Your Fire, it helped her attract more aligned clients, find more ease in her marketing and drive important decisions in her business. Not to mention, it inspired a second business, Pause on The Play. In this episode, India joins me to talk about how she made the transition to sharing her brand values explicitly and about the domino effect it created not just in her business but in communities around her as well. Grab the Time Freedom training and workbook: www.ashleygartland.com/timefreedom Learn more about Ashley: https://www.ashleygartland.com/ Check out the private podcast feed, Do Less, Live More: www.ashleygartland.com/dolesslivemore Follow Ashley on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashleygartland/ Learn more about India: https://flauntyourfire.com/ Follow India on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/flauntyourfire, http://www.instagram.com/theindiajackson Listen to Pause on The Play: https://www.pauseontheplay.com/show Listen to Flaunt Your Fire podcast: https://flauntyourfire.com/show
On today's show, recorded in our mobile podcast studio STORYTELLA, I sit down with Keba Konte, Founder of Red Bay Coffee in Oakland, CA. Keba is someone who walks the walk and is committed to his vision of doing good in the world. Born and raised in San Francisco/Bay Area, he grew up in a creative household, with his photographer mother. Inspired by activism in school, Keba went to college to study photojournalism using his art to share a message. After shooting album covers for Bay Area legend E-40, he'd leave school to capture Nelson Mandela's historical election run in Johannesburg, where he learned about the South African hip hop community and the reach that the music has across the diaspora. About Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories
This week on The Kelly Roach Show, Kelly interviews marketing expert and luxury brand strategist Martha Garza about what it takes to build a values-driven business, and how it impacts your ability to stand out in the market. Check out our new episode to learn how you can build a business that stands out in a sea of competition! For more business tips and strategies, follow along with Kelly: Join the Tribe of Unstoppables on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2080754075505322/ Website: https://kellyroachcoaching.com Instagrams: UE Revolution: https://www.instagram.com/uerevolution/ UE Marketing Mastery: https://www.instagram.com/uemarketingmastery/ Kelly Roach: https://www.instagram.com/kellyroachofficial Twitter: https://twitter.com/kellyroachlive
Episode 80 - David Salyers was one of the original two marketing executives at Chick-fil-A. He spent 37 years in the Chick-fil-A Marketing Department and most recently served as a Vice President before his recent retirement. Having worked at Chick-fil-A his entire career, he saw the principles of servant leadership and compassion play out in the growth of more than 2,300 Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country. Chick-fil-A, one of America's most successful, powerful and beloved brands, is a multi-billion dollar company built almost entirely on culture. Chick-fil-A has experienced over 50 consecutive years of sales growth and is at, or near, the top rankings of U.S. brands across all sectors. David has invested his entire career working in and helping to build a culture only to be described as remarkable. His 2016 book, Remarkable, imparts leadership lessons that can transform one's workplace culture. Register for the Marriage and Money, M.D. Summit for free!For physicians who want a stronger marriage and better path to building wealthJoin us for this incredible free online event November 15-17, 2021!Medical careers drain time and energy from physicians and their spouses, not to mention the crushing debt most doctors are faced with when they first come out of training. The Marriage and Money, M.D. summit is a free 3-day online event that will give physician families the tools, resources, and encouragement they need to strengthen their marriage and build wealth so they can have the happy family and financial independence they deserve!Click here to learn more and sign up for free today!Register for the Physician Practice Automation Summit for Free!Running a private medical practice involves so much more than medicine. To succeed, you need robust billing systems, a cohesive company culture, tried-and-true hiring and training practices, and effective ways to manage physician burnout. How can you make it all work seamlessly? With a little help from AI and automation. This week-long free event will help you create a practice you love (and one you can walk away from whenever you wish). And it's all yours with your FREE Ticket to Physician Practice Automation SummitCheck out the additional free resources available at The Scope of Practice!Business management resourcesPersonal finance resourcesPodcasting resourcesRecommended online coursesRecommended booksDavid Salyers was one of the original two marketing executives at Chick-fil-A. He went on to spend 37 years in the Chick-fil-A Marketing Department, most recently as a Vice President, before his retirement. Having worked at Chick-fil-A his entire career, he saw the principles of servant leadership and creating remarkable customer experiences play out in the growth of more than 2,300 Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country. Today, this multi-billion dollar company is recognized as one of America's most successful, powerful and beloved brands.