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Best podcasts about valuing

Latest podcast episodes about valuing

2 Wealth Show
016 - It Depends!

2 Wealth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:24


Be The Bank S4 Ep16 - It Depends!On episode 16 of season 4, Justin Bogard  breaks down valuing a loan and the post purchase items to be aware of!!Key Takeaways:Grading Scale for Valuing a LoanSkin in the GameDon't forget about the ExpensesResources and links discussedVideocast on BrightPath Notes YouTube ChannelBrightPath Notes Website - https://brightpathnotes.comAbout the HostJustin Bogard – Note Investor specializing in performing Residential Real Estate Debt. He finds deals and acquires them for his own portfolio as well as educates investors while walking them through the process of owning a Real Estate Note!Connect with the Host:Facebook - bethebankTwitter - bethebank1Instagram - bethebankpodcastConstant CashFlow - https://brightpathnotes.com/constant-cash-flow/BrightPath Notes - https://brightpathnotes.com/Monthly Broadcast - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzc944w1xydt5aLDrrEPHJhdJeDkBjjD4

World Ocean Radio
Valuing Cultural Resources

World Ocean Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 5:16


This summer we are revisiting some of our favorite World Ocean Radio episodes that highlight optimism for the ocean. This week we outline the myriad ways that UNESCO World Heritage sites both on land and at sea are an essential part of a strategy to conserve and protect the ocean's vast contributions to our scientific knowledge, and their importance for our cultural history, for protection, conservation, diversity, sustainability, survivability, and as treasured pieces of our cultural heritage, connecting us all for generations to come. About World Ocean Radio World Ocean Radio is a weekly series of five-minute audio essays available for syndicated use at no cost by college and community radio stations worldwide. Peter Neill, Director of the World Ocean Observatory and host of World Ocean Radio, provides coverage of a broad spectrum of ocean issues from science and education to advocacy and exemplary projects.

ChooseFI
389 | The Language of Business

ChooseFI

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:46 Very Popular


In this episode: interpreting financial statements, utilizing financial statements, balance sheet statements, income statements, cash flow statements, and valuing a business for its purpose. Have you even wanted to learn the language of business? Not in a literal sense, by that we mean understanding the ways businesses communicate what their real value is to the general public and potential investors? Well if you have had this incredibly niche thought, you're definitely a member of the FI community, and you're also in luck! Brian Feroldi is back on the show to discuss financial statements and the information certain financial statements indicate, as well as act as your translator for the language of business! Understanding this language can be a massive help in your own decision making going forward! Brian Feroldi Twitter: @BrianFeroldi YouTube: Brian Feroldi Website: brianferoldi.com Timestamps 1:26 - Introduction 2:44 - Financial Statements 5:35- Read and Interpret 8:58 - The Three Main Financial Statements 13:33 - Balance Sheet Statements 22:09 - Utilizing Financial Statements 24:06 - Income Statements 30:04 - Claim on Earnings 33:58 - Cash Flow Statements 44:13 - Valuing a Business for it's Purposes 47:22 - Not All Businesses are Equal 50:16 - Conclusion Resources Mentioned In Today's Episode Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements: The Search for the Company with a Durable Competitive Advantage by Mary Buffett and David Clark https://www.fool.com/author/14471/ Stock Fundamentals With Brian Feroldi | ChooseFI Ep 200 Subscribe to The FI Weekly! If You Want To Support ChooseFI: Earn $1,000 in cashback with ChooseFI's 3-card credit card strategy Share FI by sending a friend ChooseFI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence Track your personal finances with Personal Capital Compare, buy, and save big on insurance with Policygenius Keep learning or start a new side hustle with one of our educational courses Slash your cell phone bill without sacrificing service with Mint Mobile

American Monetary Association
427: Bitcoin Clarity: A Guide to Understanding | @Kiara Bickers

American Monetary Association

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 30:57


Jason Hartman welcomes bitcoin expert and author of "Bitcoin Clarity," Kiara Bickers. There's a lot of noise in the crypto space involving all kinds of buzzwords and Kiara's work helps us take a step back and obtain a true understanding of all the properties of the system without having to learn how to code or be a cryptographer. Her book aims to help us understand Bitcoin at its lowest level of actual data and remove all the mysticism. Jason and Kiara also discuss the privacy implications of a digital cash, central bank digital currencies, alt coins and decentralized finance. Check out Kiara's book "Bitcoin Clarity," and find her at GetBitcoinClarity.com Key Takeaways: 0:28 Welcome Bitcoin expert Kiara Bickers, author of "Bitcoin Clarity" 2:10 What is a Cypherpunk? 3:50 Kiara's motivation to write "Bitcoin Clarity" 5:23 Satoshi and decentralization 7:30 Understanding the cryptocurrency system 8:18 Bitcoin and government regulation 11:03 Crypto friendly countries and central bank digital currencies 12:44 Going beyond crypto buzzwords 16:21 Valuing alt coins 18:38 Proof of work and bitcoin mining 22:14 Ethereum and proof of stake 23:09 Proof of storage and scarcity 25:32 Understanding the technical details as an investor in the Bitcoin space 26:52 Fixing our corrupt monetary system with decentralized finance 28:37 Evaluating Bitcoin   Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Learn More: JasonHartman.com Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: HartmanIndex.com/white-paper Free Report on Pandemic Investing: PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips in Vimeo Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say? JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee Jason Hartman's Extra YouTube Channel Jason Hartman's Real Estate News and Technology (RENT) YouTube Channel

B2B Tech Talk with Ingram Micro
Igniting the Spark of Transformation with Brian Stelmach and Cori Hahn

B2B Tech Talk with Ingram Micro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 11:22


The best customer experience is the one that's ever evolving for the better. To achieve that cadence, you need consistent means of gathering feedback and an open dialogue built for improvement.  Ingram Micro strives for excellence across all offerings, and our client relationships reflect that aim.  Shelby Skrhak speaks with Brian Stelmach , Solution Design and Services manager, and Cori Hahn , senior technical account manager, both of Ingram Micro, about:   - Scaling engineering resources - What makes Ingram Micro unique - Valuing feedback above all else  To join the discussion, follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk  Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. Or tune in on our website.

Howard and Jeremy
HJS - Are the Bills valuing Isaiah McKenzie's talent?

Howard and Jeremy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 19:34


08-04 HJS Hour 2 - Howard and Jeremy discuss Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie and discuss whether he's really gotten a real shake at becoming a reliable receiver in the Bills depth chart, or if FA signings and Draft picks have overshadowed those opportunities. 

You Better You Bet
Fantasy Football: Valuing WRs, RBs

You Better You Bet

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:26


Nick Ashooh & Chris Mack discuss the value of the top RBs in the fantasy football draft market, and how it compares to the value of WRs. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Yet Another Value Podcast
David from Kingdom Capital on UNTC

Yet Another Value Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 67:42


David Bastian from Kingdom Capital discusses his bull thesis for Unit Corp (UNTC).David's UNTC write up: https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503262-unit-corporation-heads-win-tails-dont-loseChapters0:00 Intro2:30 UNTC overview5:00 Discussing UNTC's sale process11:20 Thoughts on UNTC's prelim Q2 numbers14:45 What is the market missing with UNTC?18:00 What is UNTC's major shareholder thinking?23:20 Why did the Gulf assets sell for such a discount?27:15 Can UNTC increase their production?30:15 UNTC's drilling / rig segment33:30 Valuing drilling38:15 Midstream's value46:15 Discussing capital allocation / returns49:20 UNTC's warrants52:40 UNTC's SOTP1:01:00 Generalists in energy

Unlocking the Bible: Daily Broadcast
Valuing Your Soul, Part 2

Unlocking the Bible: Daily Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 24:59


Jesus says that this is the ultimate disaster, because it is the only loss that can never be recovered. Find out what it is and what you can do about it.

Christ Church Dunn
Valuing What Matters (Psalm 127)

Christ Church Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


Psalm 127 was written by David to his son and heir, Solomon. David knew Solomon would reign with great power and needed to reminder to value what God values. How can this piece of ancient wisdom help us understand our calling to live in the grace of Jesus?

Deb & Kev Pod
Ep. 205 Valuing Your Team & The Lottery

Deb & Kev Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 74:09


Deb & Kev are back with a brand new Monday episode and they are beating the heat by talking to you about,- How they would receive their lotto payments- Sun burns and the Will Smith Apology- Showing your team how much you value them- Would You Rather?!- What's for dinner?!- What they are both truly thankful this weekAs always, special thanks to Lauren Taylor for the episode art work and Gwyneth Galvin and BenSound www.bensound.com for providing the voiceover and music for the intro and outro!

Unlocking the Bible: Daily Broadcast
Valuing Your Soul, Part 1

Unlocking the Bible: Daily Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 24:59


Jesus says that this is the ultimate disaster, because it is the only loss that can never be recovered. Find out what it is and what you can do about it.

Prayer for Today with Jennifer Hadley
Prayer for Valuing the Truth

Prayer for Today with Jennifer Hadley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 5:10


Prayer for Valuing the Truth for her Daily Spiritual Espresso published on July 28, 2022, which you can access here: https://jenniferhadley.com/2022/07/valuing-the-truth/

WittKieffer Podcast
Inclusive Leadership: Illuminating Our Blindspots

WittKieffer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 41:18


What are the essentials of inclusive leadership? Valuing uniqueness in others. Interrupting discrimination. Dismantling systems of oppression. Enhancing each person's sense of belonging. Inclusive leadership starts with you. Listen to this important discussion to help make a meaningful impact upon your organization. WittKieffer's DEI Practice Leader Philip Burton hosts this session featuring two experts in the field of leadership psychology, Ashley Parker, Ph.D. and Reuben Faloughi, Ph.D., of CMA Global. They discuss what exclusive leadership entails and why inclusive leadership matters. They share various examples of where inclusive leadership should be applied in work environments and why we as individuals need to reprogram our minds from the default setting of being exclusive leaders and take responsibility for becoming inclusive leaders.

The Climate Daily
US Dept. of Energy Taps Ironman to Recruit Clean Energy Workers! World's Nations Get First Guidelines on Valuing Nature, July 28 Duke U. Climate Change Webinar

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 7:42


BH Sales Kennel Kelp CTFO Changing The Future Outcome
Grandpa Bills Grunts & Groans-When did we start valuing profit over people?

BH Sales Kennel Kelp CTFO Changing The Future Outcome

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 52:51


Grandpa Bill asks: When did we start valuing profit over people? Can we actually become “Forever Healthy” - No Matter our Age? How do we reverse chronic illness, protect skin from harmful UV rays, and improve memory, and compromised immune systems.? What micro-nutrient can assist we humans in accomplishing the following within our bodies? Kill Invasive Cells Restore Vision Offer All-Day Energy Reverse Illness Repel UV Rays Boost Memory & Focus Discover Sea Vegetation and Astaxanthin --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bhsales/message

Entrepreneurs Circle
E231: Shifting the Business Mindset Back to Relationships and Community with Howard Primer

Entrepreneurs Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 53:52


What happens if you call your asset a community instead of an apartment building, and you refer to the renters as members instead? Redefining the real estate language alone is so powerful. There's a whole lot more to the real estate or housing industry that we actually need to reinvent. And it doesn't hurt to get a pint of inspiration from today's guest! In this conversation, Erik Cabral chats with Howard Primer, the founder of The Primer Group and The Primer Ethic™. Howard is a nationally recognized attorney, successful entrepreneur, and keynote speaker. As a change agent, Howard has challenged and inspired people, companies, and governments to make a purposeful change on behalf of the world. Howard believes that inspiration, coupled with implementation, is where true power comes from. Truly committed to transforming the housing industry in a meaningful way, Howard has worked with thousands of people – doing it one community at a time, one relationship at a time. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: Howard's eureka moment The match and bonfire analogy Howard's contribution to Howard Schultz and Bill Gates His introduction to the housing industry The need to reinvent housing Decreasing turnover issue in the multifamily industry Buying C/D assets in A markets Changing the language to raise your value Valuing relationships over transactions Episode Highlights: The Match and Bonfire Analogy Howard gives this match and bonfire analogy where the match is the inspiration. Once it's lit, it's gone. Nobody pays attention to it anymore. The bonfire, on the other hand, becomes the dominant influence and things of that nature. Everybody focuses on the bonfire and they benefit from it. Inspiration is a wonderful thing, but it's just a match. Whereas, implementation is the way that the match manifests itself to create greater outcomes. Reinventing Housing & The Multifamily Industry The housing industry – both single-family and rental housing – has become the world's worst commodity, because the people who are ultimately the consumers of this product are ignored in the process. Now, we're at a point where housing is in extraordinary distress. And as we've gotten more and more digital, people are being isolated from one another, not to mention how the pandemic has exacerbated that. Therefore, we need to reinvent the housing industry. It needs to be focused not on the asset of the physical thing, but on the consumer using that housing, to enhance their quality of life. Buying C/D Assets in A Markets Consider a business model where you're buying B minus, C, or D assets in A markets. The older assets in that area are usually referred to as C assets in the A area. It's located in a great location. But because of when it was built, the way it was managed by the people who built it, and they didn't really care about keeping it up, it tended to evolve into degrading quality. Focusing on Relationships, Not Transactions What happens if you change how you approach real estate investing? Instead of calling your asset an apartment complex, use the word “community.” Instead of calling people renters, treat them as members. It's all about the idea of penetrating a commonplace experience and redefining it into something that's not commonplace. Resources Mentioned: https://howardprimer.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erikecabral/support

Beyond Measure with Christina Whitlock
Episode 87: Cheers to Valuing Your Time

Beyond Measure with Christina Whitlock

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 19:23


This episode is in response to the MANY conversations I've had with listeners the past two weeks as we've discussed studio numbers. I'm sharing my best strategy when it comes to deciding how to value your time. Mentioned in this episode: Support the Podcast for $3 or $6 by clicking here Connect with Christina: Join the mailing list by clicking here Book a Consultation by clicking here Follow me on Instagram by clicking here Follow me on Facebook by clicking here Like this episode? You might enjoy: Episode 37: Cheers to Money Talk (listen here) Episode 53: Cheers to Considering Exceptions (listen here) Episode 60: Cheers to "Spending" Time (listen here) Email anytime: beyondmeasurepodcast (at) gmail (dot) com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyondmeasure/message

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
254. Spottie WiFi NFT rapper: keeping it real in Web3

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 45:07


Brian welcomes Spottiewifi on the podcast!  Referred to as the “best (only) CryptoPunk rapper alive”, he took the Web3 world by storm last Aug 2021 after selling out his first NFT music album in 60 seconds. The "I'm Spottie" collection is regarded as one of the most successful and innovative music NFT projects in history, and a vinyl record was pressed for each of the 2000 album NFTs.  Ever since then, Spottiewifi has grown in popularity to become a top independent artist IRL and in the Web3 community.  He is the winner of the 2021 NFT.NYC award for Best Use of NFTs in the Music Industry. SnoopDogg giving Spottie Wifi kudos: ​​https://twitter.com/SpottieWiFi/status/1506837674946179079?s=20&t=qVGM9KfwNUUwWEaDZYbIiA Featured NFT from the #mint365 collection: @SpottieWiFi Ape Tape spottiewifi.io/ 2:33 - Introduction of Spottiewifi, recording artist, artist, performer 4:35 - Theory of 1000 true fans! 5:25 - Spottie's introduction to Web3 and NFTs, how he got his Cryptopunk in Feb 2021 8:00 - Spottie discusses brand building around his Cryptopunk & doing something historic with using its identity 10:20 - First song “I am Spottie” released April 2021. 11:25 - Spottie's life prior to his fame, working freelance 13:20 - Utility in music NFTs and the unique opportunities for roadmaps 14:10 - Spottiewifi reviews some of his utility Vinyl records, exclusive events, copyright licenses 15:10 - Roadmap moving forward for the year, including several drops and options for collection holders 17:20 - Discussion of music NFT platforms and using custom contracts using Manifold 19:15 - Challenges with pricing music NFTs 22:25 - How does Spottiewifi look at collaborations in this space? Both as a collector and a musician. 24:20 - Collabs upcoming with Jim Jones and others to come 26:00 - Valuing music artists in IRL events, and standing up for what you're worth 32:00 - The current state of NFT events and the challenge of being a performer this early in the Web3 space 34:55 - Snoopdog's relationship and collab with Spottie 38:10 - There's a difference between FUD and holding people accountable 39:45 - Advice from Spottie during this bear market Discover the latest Web3 strategies to improve your business at the upcoming Crypto Business Conference in San Diego, October 9th-11th 2022  https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/nft365 ______________________________________________________________ Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 07.21.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 65:33 Very Popular


HEALTH NEWS · STUDY SHOWS THAT AMINO ACID TAURINE COULD BE USED IN ANTI-AGING THERAPY ·         ATTENTION CANCER PATIENTS: BOOST THE IMMUNE SYSTEM WITH ONE HOUR OF SINGING · HIGHER OMEGA 3 INTAKE ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER COLORECTAL CANCER MORTALITY RISK · HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE MAY DOUBLE THE RISK OF SEVERE COVID, EVEN AFTER FULL VACCINATION · OUT OF SHAPE NATION: HALF OF AMERICANS ADMIT THEY CAN'T TOUCH THEIR TOES WITHOUT STRAINING ·  Valuing your time more than money is linked to happiness ·  OCCUPY PEACE & FREEDOM RALLY INFO   Mary Grant   Mary Grant is the Public Water for All Campaign Director at Food & Water Watch. Food & Water Watch is a national nonprofit organization that mobilizes regular people to build political power to move bold and uncompromised solutions to the most pressing food, water, and climate problems of our time.Since 2015, Mary has overseen Food & Water Watch's campaigns across the country to support universal access to safe water in the United States by promoting responsible and affordable public provision of water and sewer service. Prior to becoming the organization's campaign director, she was a researcher for Food & Water Watch. Her research has been featured in the Washington Post, the Associated Press, the New York Times, the Guardian, and other news outlets. She has also co-written peer reviewed studies dealing with the privatization of water and  public health risks due to lack of water access.  Food and Water Watch's website is FWWatch.org

Business Breakdowns
Charles Schwab: The 8 Trillion Dollar Gorilla - [Business Breakdowns, EP. 66]

Business Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 67:16 Very Popular


This is Matt Reustle and today we are breaking down the financial institution known as Charles Schwab. Schwab is a financial behemoth. They report over $8 trillion in assets under custody and a market cap scratching $120 billion but I think the most fascinating part about this breakdown is the strategic pivot taken by Schwab. While the online brokerage market has been decimated in recent years from fee compression, Schwab has been pivoting their business model to that of a traditional bank. Now what does that mean? Today, Schwab makes the majority of their money earning interest on customer cash deposits.    To break down Schwab, I am joined by Holland Advisors' Founder and Portfolio Manager, Andrew Hollingworth. Andrew has written extensively on Schwab, which we link to in our show notes. We cover what it means to operate as a bank vs online broker, how Charles Schwab himself grew this business out of a newsletter, and what's on the horizon for Schwab in the future. We hope you enjoy this breakdown of Charles Schwab.   For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus is the new digital hub for market intelligence. The Tegus platform empowers Investors and Corporate Development teams to invest smarter by pairing best-in-class technology with the highest quality user-generated content and data. Find out why a majority of the top firms are using Tegus on a daily basis. If you're ready to go deeper on any company and you appreciate the value of primary research, head to tegus.co/breakdowns for a free trial.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Scribe. Scribe is the trusted transcription provider for the business and investing community. Scribe is designed to accurately transcribe messy, real-world audio and is unique in that it's optimized for the complexities of enterprise audio, such as company and product names, currencies, accents and numbers. Visit kensho.com/breakdowns to learn more and unlock your free trial.   —--   Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes.   Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here.   Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss | @ReustleMatt   Show Notes [00:03:30] - [First question] - Why Schwab isn't well understood by the market  [00:05:18] - The story of Charles Schwab and how active he is in the company  [00:08:13] - The business model of Schwab itself; Holland Advisors Research [00:12:51] - Can it be compared to a franchise model; Another Flywheel [00:15:46] - What did they see in the space that convinced them to shift their business model [00:18:19] - How Schwab benefits from their customers keeping money in cash [00:20:18] - What stops competitors from copying the Schwab model [00:23:12] - Where Schwab stands out with cash on the balance sheet [00:24:17] - The reasoning behind the TD Ameritrade acquisition [00:30:38] - The Schwab customer base  [00:33:28] - Convincing new customers to transfer their accounts to Schwab [00:37:14] - How their market share has changed over the years [00:38:50] - Building their balance sheet  [00:46:34] - How their acquisition of TD Ameritrade helps their balance sheet [00:49:50] - Valuing a complex business like Schwab [00:56:43] - Key drivers of their earnings growth  [00:58:31] - How they use their net interest margin  [01:00:43] - What the market pullback this year has meant for Schwab [01:03:43] - Major lessons learned from analyzing Schwab

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
50. @niiamahashong: How to show up online to your clients to attract more business

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 11:03


 The PMU-World is a relationship-based industry. Businesses thrive when they connect well with their clients and build a foundation of trust. @niiamahashong shares how to cultivate this trust in today's episode. You don't want to miss this! Meet Niiamah: I create alongside and with the most powerful people on the planet.You're not satisfied with the status-quo and I've dedicated my life to helping myself and other leaders navigate the wilderness of creating a vision where no one has dared go before.I lead a movement of mission-driven movement leaders, change leaders, thought-leaders, entrepreneurs who are bringing together a truly inclusive and empowered world. True Inclusion = Celebrating and Valuing what makes someone differentEmpowered = Excercising the choice to be and act on whats Authentic, Vulnerable, and in Integrity with you, your values, and your visionI work with individuals, teams, and communities to unlock what makes them each unique and leverage that to collaborate and co-create with higher levels of performance and effectiveness.I'm an Change Leader and I do it by leading others to experience possibilities, elevate conversations, and deepen connections. I'm not like anyone you've ever met and I know the same applies to you. That brings me great joy because we can create something far better than either of us could alone now. Be more your because you are a gift to the world. Find Niiamah on Insta: @niiamahashong

Note Night in America
EP NNA 110 - Covey Financial: Valuing Service In Loan Servicing With Eric Covey

Note Night in America

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 55:29


Have you dealt with loan servicing companies that do not provide a good quality service or do not value service at all? In this episode, Scott Carson and the founder of Covey Financial, Eric Covey, talk about how Covey Financial services loans for note and tax lien investors. Eric discusses how they put much value on the service that their clients deserve. He also explains how they differ from other servicing companies. Listen to this episode about how Covey Financial puts back “SERVICE” in Loan Servicing.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join Note Night in America community today:WeCloseNotes.comScott Carson FacebookScott Carson TwitterScott Carson LinkedInNote Night in America YouTubeNote Night in America VimeoScott Carson InstagramWe Close Notes Pinterest

The Dr. Lake Show
The Importance of Self-Valuing for Healthy Relationships

The Dr. Lake Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 6:40


Dr. Paola Lake shares an animated video of her guest appearance on the Fit for Joy show with host, Valeria. In this video, Dr. Lake shares some thoughts about the importance of self-valuing as an important element in setting standards for choosing and cultivating a healthy relationship with an intimate partner. For guidance in understanding qualities that comprise thriving intimate relationships, please refer to the Gottman's "Sound Relationship House" presented on the website www.gottman.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drlake/message

ON BOYS Podcast
Kate Mangino on Teaching Boys to be Equal Partners

ON BOYS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 46:56


Kate Mangino is right: “The last thing any working parent needs is to add ‘solve gender inequality' to their to-do list.”  But if we don't think about gender inequality in the home, we might end up unintentionally perpetuating it. After all, for most of our lives, females have been assumed to be the primary and "natural" caretakers of home and family, while males have been primarily expected to earn a living. Those roles are shifting, of course, but facts are facts: women still bear the brunt of household chores and do most caretaking.  Creating gender equality "We're talking about a social system that we're all born into," says Kate, a gender expert, mom of two, and author of Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home. "The way we raise boys and the toys that we give them and the values that we instill in them lead them to value income generation more than anything else. "We have to recognize these 'tracks' we're putting our kids on and break that cycle." Men who are equal partners in their homes and families are generally very satisfied with their lives. "I feel good about myself," they told Kate. "and have a great relationship with my spouse. I have a great relationship with my kids." When we don't teach boys the skills they need to be equal partners at home, we are unnecessarily limiting them.  Teaching boys to notice what needs to be done "Noticing time" is a strategy Kate uses to teach her son and daughter the cognitive skills required to effectively manage a home. "When I give my kids a chore list, they're not going cognitive labor; I'm training my kids to be helpers," she says. "Noticing time" is intended to help kids anticipate and plan for necessary tasks. Instead of telling her kids what to do, she instead sets a timer and asks them to figure out what needs to be done. "The first time I tried this, it was a joke," she admits. The family living room was a lived-in mess, complete with empty food containers and scattered silverware. But both kids thought the room looked fine. Over time, though, their ability to notice and act improved. "They started to see what gets messy quickly," Kate says. "They realized that the sink in their bathroom is often gross, so that's a good starting point for them. Now, they know what to do and the house looks better. I'm getting both of them to the point where they're capable of doing the cognitive labor" it takes to run a home and family. In this episode, Jen, Janet, & Kate discuss: Ebbs and flows of gender equality at home Traditional "male" and "female" roles in the home How parenting practices affect gender equality Talking about household responsibilities Valuing caregiving How gender equality in the home benefits boys & men The "men's glass ceiling" Maternal gatekeeping "Noticing time" Establishing family standards Giving boys opportunities to contribute Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode: Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home, by Kate Mangino The Equal Partner Quiz -- mentioned at 22:35 Mom's Hierarchy of Needs -- mentioned at 19:01 Single Parenting with Wealthy Single Mommy Emma Johnson -- ON BOYS episode Need help with your boys? Subscribe to Jen's newsletter, Building Boys Bulletin Join Janet Allison's real-time, monthly group coaching program, Decoding Your Boy  Sponsor Spotlight: Dr. Mary Wilde's Resilience School Online, 8-week program that includes video lessons, a downloadable workbook, and ongoing membership to The Courage Circle, a private Facebook community where families can receive support and celebrate successes.

Appraisal Buzzcast
Valuing Short-Term Rentals

Appraisal Buzzcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 22:23


Today's Buzzcast interview is with Julie Friess, Lead Appraiser of Sedona Appraisal Research Associates LLC. We sat down with Julie and Joan Trice, Founder of Allterra Group, LLC, to discuss her Appraisee Trainee Camp and the difference with long-term and short-term rentals impacting the market   What is Appraisal Camp-Sedona? What can appraisers learn when it comes to short-term and long-term rentals? What role does an appraiser take when sorting between the two? These questions and much more will be answered between Julie and Joan as they dive into this subject.   Have any comments or would you like to submit content of your own? Email comments@appraisalbuzz.com.

As Told By Nomads
Centering Racial Equity and Inclusion with Tony Nabors

As Told By Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 46:27


Centering Racial Equity and Inclusion with Tony NaborsTayo welcomes Tony Nabors to this week's episode of the As Told by Nomads podcast. Tony has had over 18 years of experience in anti-racism training and consulting, strategy development, public speaking, team leadership, and program management. He was the first to become a Director of DE&I for a public housing authority in the US, and has demonstrated a consistent ability to turn his observation skills about our world into educational opportunities. Today, he joins Tayo for an enlightening discussion regarding the importance of centering anti-racism.Tony begins by sharing what it's like growing up in the City of Tacoma, Washington State's center of diversity, and being in the city's schools. He also talks about how he leverages social media for his cause, and differentiates between allyship and partnership with marginalized communities - advocating for the latter. As you listen in today to his remarkable story, you will gain invaluable insights on matters of racial justice, antiblackness and white supremacy, freedom of self-expression, and the dynamics of a DE&I career.The Finer Details of This Episode:Lessons from Tony's unusual upbringing Things Tony unlearned, learned, and relearned about blackness Freedom of self-expression Antiblackness and white supremacy Racial justice Lessons on diversity, equity, and inclusion Affordable housing and institutional racism Advocating for racial equity in digital media Valuing yourself The business side of an anti-racism career Sustaining an anti-racism career COVID's impact on racial justice Partnership versus allyshipLinks:Connect with Tony Nabors:Website: https://www.tonynabors.com/E-Course Store: https://www.racialequityinsights.com/storeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/racialequityinsights/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@racialequityinsightsConnect with Tayo Rockson and the As Told By Nomads Podcast:Tayo's WebsiteTayo on LinkedInTayo on TwitterTayo on YouTubeTayo on TikTokAs Told by Nomads PodcastUYD ManagementUYD Collective See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Date Forever
Valuing yourself for more than the appearance of your body for a Better Relationship with Debbie Saroufim

Date Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 53:57


Our body is the thing that carries us through life, all day every day. Yet some of us struggle to maintain a healthy relationship between our mind and our body.  When that relationship is strained, it impacts every other relationship that we have. Deeply valuing yourself from the inside out is one of the most loving things you can do to create better relationships, not just with yourself but with everyone around you too. Debbie Saroufim is a body relationship coach. After struggling with an eating disorder for years, she now helps women make peace with their body and build up their immunity to diet culture. Debbie works with clients 1:1, as well as in her private community, where you connect with other women of all shapes, sizes and colours, all victims of diet culture. We chat Empowering people to embrace and accept their bodies That ‘fat' is not a feeling How your relationship with your body can affect your relationship with your partner. Better Relationships We empower couples to create thriving relationships so that they can play all out in life, set big goals and put plans in place to actually achieve them Better World Many research studies have shown that great relationships are associated with better health, greater happiness, and even a longer life. If more of us had thriving, healthy, happy romantic relationships, we know we would have a better world. That's why, every time someone works with us, via our partnership with Buy1Give1 we also help someone else in the world. Yep a stranger, someone you'll never meet. Connect with Sammi & Nathan Jaeger  Website - https://www.fuelcollective.com.au/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thefuelcollective Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thrivingcouples/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/fuel_collective Instagram - Date Forever - https://www.instagram.com/dateforever/ Instagram - Fuel Collective - https://www.instagram.com/fuel.collective/ Instagram - Nath - https://www.instagram.com/nathjaeger/ Instagram - Sammi - https://www.instagram.com/sammisomewhere/ Connect with Debbie Saroufim Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bodyrelationship_coach/ Website - https://www.bodyrelationship.com/

Am I Doing This Right?
How To Be Your Best Self with Corinne Foxx and Natalie McMillan

Am I Doing This Right?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 54:37


OUR HOSTS:  Corinne Foxx -https://www.instagram.com/corinnefoxx/ ( @corinnefoxx) Natalie McMillan -https://www.instagram.com/nataliemcm/ ( @nataliemcm) and https://www.instagram.com/shopnataliemcmillan/?hl=en (@shopnataliemcmillan)  What we're drinking: https://www.vivino.com/US/en/mumm-napa-brut-rose/w/1124717 (Mumm Napa Brut Rosé)   TOPIC:  To celebrate our 100th episode, we interview each other about how we show up as our best selves. We chat about how we feel when we're living our truth, our top moments of self-empowerment, and how we've learned to define success outside of income and Instagram followers. We dig into things that used to hold us back personally and professionally and talk about how we've worked to overcome those insecurities. Plus, we give advice to the 13-year-old, 18-year-old, and 25-year-old versions of ourselves. In this episode, we discuss: Areas of our lives that we feel really solid in right now  Maintaining connection and spontaneity in friendships  How to create a routine that allows you to feel like the best version of yourself  The power of a 10-minute solo dance party  Recognizing toxic self-improvement  How the concept of ‘success' has changed over time for us  Valuing rest and intuitive movement  RESOURCES MENTIONED:  Episode 50: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/get-to-know-us-our-50th-episode-special/id1526684996?i=1000530152553&l=en (Get To Know Us: Our 50th Episode Special)  Episode 78: https://podcasts.apple.com/cl/podcast/how-to-fall-in-love-with-yourself/id1526684996?i=1000550420750&l=en (How To Fall In Love With Yourself)  END OF THE SHOW:  Corinne and Natalie introduce Hottie of the Week: Chris Evans  WINE RATING: https://www.vivino.com/US/en/mumm-napa-brut-rose/w/1124717 (Mumm Napa Brut Rosé)  = 7.5 / Chris Evans  WRAP UP: To wrap up the episode, Corinne and Natalie play Snacks, Facts, and Hacks. They try Trader Joe's ​​Bamba Puffed Peanut and Corn Snacks with Hazelnut Cream Filling and Hula Cruncha Popcorn & Rice Cracker Mix. Nat has a fact about the massive US cheese reserve and Corinne shares a fact-based hack about naps.  We have a newsletter for our Am I community. You can sign up for the newsletter on our website: http://amidoingthisrightpod.com (amidoingthisrightpod.com) You can email us for episode ideas or Random Advice: amidoingthisrightpod@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amidoingthisrightpod/ (@amidoingthisrightpod ) Don't forget to rate and review the podcast! It really helps us grow!

Interviews
Mark Packard On Entrepreneurial Valuation, Part 1: Value Learning

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022


Getting into the minds of customers is the universal need of everyone in business. A new book by Mark Packard, Entrepreneurial Valuation, provides a new understanding of how customers identify value in the constant, never-ending flow of the value learning cycle. Mark joins Economics For Business for a two-part episode on how entrepreneurs can better understand value in order to delight customers. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Getting into the minds of customers is the universal need of everyone in business. The business world is enthusiastically adopting the insights of Austrian economics. They appreciate the unique economic perspective that can help grow and strengthen customer-facing businesses — and that means all businesses. Professor Mark Packard is presenting his insights on customers and how their minds work when choosing what to buy in a new book, Entrepreneurial Valuation, with the sub-title An Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Into The Minds Of Customers (Mises.org/E4B_178_Book). It's a business book for every business and every businessperson. The first step is to experience value as customers experience it. They learn it. The purpose of business is to create value for customers. And for customers, the pursuit of value is everything. It's life — a never-ending process of identifying what they expect to be valuable to them and trying to weigh up their choices between alternatives. Human beings are always valuing, all the time. In fact, Mark makes the point that we should think of value as a verb, not just as a noun. Value as a noun has a specific meaning: it's an experienced benefit that constitutes a change in well-being from a state of unwellness to a better-off state. The benefit is the experience, and it can be ascribed to something that made us feel better off, which therefore has value. Valuing — the verb form of value — refers to human beings constantly deciding what to do and what to choose based on their valuation process. And that process is learning — learning from previous value experiences, and learning from observing others. As customers, people are always asking: what makes us and others the best off we or they can be? Entrepreneurs must have their own, complementary, value learning process: learning what customers value and, ideally, what they will value in the future. Customers can be unsatisfied or dissatisfied. It's important that entrepreneurs address these value states differently. The default state for people is unsatisfied. We have unmet needs that we feel all the time. Mises called it a state of uneasiness. Needs like hunger can be satisfied in the short term, but the satisfaction degrades quickly. Needs like security or freedom or friendship may always be unsatisfied, or at least part of the time. There is always a state of greater well-being to aspire to. Dissatisfaction is a different state. A customer may have applied their value knowledge — made a valuation — to predict a future value experience, and it falls short of their expectations. They made an error. This results in a feeling of dissatisfaction Both states are opportunities for entrepreneurs: to meet a hitherto unmet need, or to substitute satisfaction for dissatisfaction via a new or better solution. It's important to know the customer's state of well-being and its source. Customers have limited value knowledge and considerable value uncertainty, yet they must make value predictions. Customers use the value knowledge they possess, from previous value experiences or observing others in the market, to try to predict a future improvement in well-being for themselves. What choices should they make to achieve this improvement? How do they make the prediction? They perform a mental simulation of future value experiences. They imagine themselves having a future value experience with a particular product or service. Via the simulation, they form their predictive valuation: the benefit they expect to experience in the future. When they actually use the product or service, they assess the actual value experience and compare it with the prediction, thereby updating their value knowledge. They ascribe to the product or service the satisfaction or dissatisfaction experience they feel. Or they might ascribe it to a set of circumstances or some other context. In any case, they have a new mental model: a new experience they can ascribe and use for future predictions. Value learning is a cycle. Self-assess to identify unsatisfaction and dissatisfaction;Search for new value propositions with new satisfaction potential;Compare the new value proposition with alternatives (and with others' experiences);Make an economic calculation: willingness to pay;Purchase;Usage experience — including objective value experienced in consumption and subjective value experienced as degrees of feelings of satisfaction (e.g., delight at exceeding expectations versus satisfaction at meeting expectations versus disappointment at failing to meet expectations);Assess usage experience compared to value expectation;Adjust value knowledge base and revise future expectations. Austrian economics helps businesses get into the minds of customers to monitor and understand their value learning. Economics is a much better discipline than finance on which to construct an approach to growing a successful business, because economics is the science of choice: how customers choose the ends they pursue and how they choose the means they perceive as best for attaining their ends. It's the Austrian school of economics that is most useful. Traditional economics believes that customers seek utility — what's useful to them. But subjective value doesn't reside in utility, it resides in the satisfaction that comes from the feeling of making the best choices. Behavioral economists believe that customers have a tendency to make poor choices (from the economists' point of view) because of incomplete value knowledge. But Austrian economists accept the customer's mind as it is. The goal is to understand how customers choose and how they experience value in their everyday lives, how they negotiate value uncertainty, how they set expectations for the future and how they compare actual experience with expectations. What goes through their minds? To know that requires getting inside their minds, which is what Professor Packard is trying to help us to do with his new book. Additional Resources "Experiential Value Theory: How Customers Think About Value" (PPT): Mises.org_E4B_178_PPT Entrepreneurial Valuation: An Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Into The Minds Of Customers by Mark Packard: Mises.org/E4B_178_Book "Tools For The Value Learning Process" (PDF): Mises.org_E4B_178_PDF

Mises Media
Mark Packard On Entrepreneurial Valuation, Part 1: Value Learning

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022


Getting into the minds of customers is the universal need of everyone in business. A new book by Mark Packard, Entrepreneurial Valuation, provides a new understanding of how customers identify value in the constant, never-ending flow of the value learning cycle. Mark joins Economics For Business for a two-part episode on how entrepreneurs can better understand value in order to delight customers. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Getting into the minds of customers is the universal need of everyone in business. The business world is enthusiastically adopting the insights of Austrian economics. They appreciate the unique economic perspective that can help grow and strengthen customer-facing businesses — and that means all businesses. Professor Mark Packard is presenting his insights on customers and how their minds work when choosing what to buy in a new book, Entrepreneurial Valuation, with the sub-title An Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Into The Minds Of Customers (Mises.org/E4B_178_Book). It's a business book for every business and every businessperson. The first step is to experience value as customers experience it. They learn it. The purpose of business is to create value for customers. And for customers, the pursuit of value is everything. It's life — a never-ending process of identifying what they expect to be valuable to them and trying to weigh up their choices between alternatives. Human beings are always valuing, all the time. In fact, Mark makes the point that we should think of value as a verb, not just as a noun. Value as a noun has a specific meaning: it's an experienced benefit that constitutes a change in well-being from a state of unwellness to a better-off state. The benefit is the experience, and it can be ascribed to something that made us feel better off, which therefore has value. Valuing — the verb form of value — refers to human beings constantly deciding what to do and what to choose based on their valuation process. And that process is learning — learning from previous value experiences, and learning from observing others. As customers, people are always asking: what makes us and others the best off we or they can be? Entrepreneurs must have their own, complementary, value learning process: learning what customers value and, ideally, what they will value in the future. Customers can be unsatisfied or dissatisfied. It's important that entrepreneurs address these value states differently. The default state for people is unsatisfied. We have unmet needs that we feel all the time. Mises called it a state of uneasiness. Needs like hunger can be satisfied in the short term, but the satisfaction degrades quickly. Needs like security or freedom or friendship may always be unsatisfied, or at least part of the time. There is always a state of greater well-being to aspire to. Dissatisfaction is a different state. A customer may have applied their value knowledge — made a valuation — to predict a future value experience, and it falls short of their expectations. They made an error. This results in a feeling of dissatisfaction Both states are opportunities for entrepreneurs: to meet a hitherto unmet need, or to substitute satisfaction for dissatisfaction via a new or better solution. It's important to know the customer's state of well-being and its source. Customers have limited value knowledge and considerable value uncertainty, yet they must make value predictions. Customers use the value knowledge they possess, from previous value experiences or observing others in the market, to try to predict a future improvement in well-being for themselves. What choices should they make to achieve this improvement? How do they make the prediction? They perform a mental simulation of future value experiences. They imagine themselves having a future value experience with a particular product or service. Via the simulation, they form their predictive valuation: the benefit they expect to experience in the future. When they actually use the product or service, they assess the actual value experience and compare it with the prediction, thereby updating their value knowledge. They ascribe to the product or service the satisfaction or dissatisfaction experience they feel. Or they might ascribe it to a set of circumstances or some other context. In any case, they have a new mental model: a new experience they can ascribe and use for future predictions. Value learning is a cycle. Self-assess to identify unsatisfaction and dissatisfaction;Search for new value propositions with new satisfaction potential;Compare the new value proposition with alternatives (and with others' experiences);Make an economic calculation: willingness to pay;Purchase;Usage experience — including objective value experienced in consumption and subjective value experienced as degrees of feelings of satisfaction (e.g., delight at exceeding expectations versus satisfaction at meeting expectations versus disappointment at failing to meet expectations);Assess usage experience compared to value expectation;Adjust value knowledge base and revise future expectations. Austrian economics helps businesses get into the minds of customers to monitor and understand their value learning. Economics is a much better discipline than finance on which to construct an approach to growing a successful business, because economics is the science of choice: how customers choose the ends they pursue and how they choose the means they perceive as best for attaining their ends. It's the Austrian school of economics that is most useful. Traditional economics believes that customers seek utility — what's useful to them. But subjective value doesn't reside in utility, it resides in the satisfaction that comes from the feeling of making the best choices. Behavioral economists believe that customers have a tendency to make poor choices (from the economists' point of view) because of incomplete value knowledge. But Austrian economists accept the customer's mind as it is. The goal is to understand how customers choose and how they experience value in their everyday lives, how they negotiate value uncertainty, how they set expectations for the future and how they compare actual experience with expectations. What goes through their minds? To know that requires getting inside their minds, which is what Professor Packard is trying to help us to do with his new book. Additional Resources "Experiential Value Theory: How Customers Think About Value" (PPT): Mises.org_E4B_178_PPT Entrepreneurial Valuation: An Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Into The Minds Of Customers by Mark Packard: Mises.org/E4B_178_Book "Tools For The Value Learning Process" (PDF): Mises.org_E4B_178_PDF

Economics For Business
Mark Packard On Entrepreneurial Valuation, Part 1: Value Learning

Economics For Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022


Getting into the minds of customers is the universal need of everyone in business. A new book by Mark Packard, Entrepreneurial Valuation, provides a new understanding of how customers identify value in the constant, never-ending flow of the value learning cycle. Mark joins Economics For Business for a two-part episode on how entrepreneurs can better understand value in order to delight customers. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Getting into the minds of customers is the universal need of everyone in business. The business world is enthusiastically adopting the insights of Austrian economics. They appreciate the unique economic perspective that can help grow and strengthen customer-facing businesses — and that means all businesses. Professor Mark Packard is presenting his insights on customers and how their minds work when choosing what to buy in a new book, Entrepreneurial Valuation, with the sub-title An Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Into The Minds Of Customers (Mises.org/E4B_178_Book). It's a business book for every business and every businessperson. The first step is to experience value as customers experience it. They learn it. The purpose of business is to create value for customers. And for customers, the pursuit of value is everything. It's life — a never-ending process of identifying what they expect to be valuable to them and trying to weigh up their choices between alternatives. Human beings are always valuing, all the time. In fact, Mark makes the point that we should think of value as a verb, not just as a noun. Value as a noun has a specific meaning: it's an experienced benefit that constitutes a change in well-being from a state of unwellness to a better-off state. The benefit is the experience, and it can be ascribed to something that made us feel better off, which therefore has value. Valuing — the verb form of value — refers to human beings constantly deciding what to do and what to choose based on their valuation process. And that process is learning — learning from previous value experiences, and learning from observing others. As customers, people are always asking: what makes us and others the best off we or they can be? Entrepreneurs must have their own, complementary, value learning process: learning what customers value and, ideally, what they will value in the future. Customers can be unsatisfied or dissatisfied. It's important that entrepreneurs address these value states differently. The default state for people is unsatisfied. We have unmet needs that we feel all the time. Mises called it a state of uneasiness. Needs like hunger can be satisfied in the short term, but the satisfaction degrades quickly. Needs like security or freedom or friendship may always be unsatisfied, or at least part of the time. There is always a state of greater well-being to aspire to. Dissatisfaction is a different state. A customer may have applied their value knowledge — made a valuation — to predict a future value experience, and it falls short of their expectations. They made an error. This results in a feeling of dissatisfaction Both states are opportunities for entrepreneurs: to meet a hitherto unmet need, or to substitute satisfaction for dissatisfaction via a new or better solution. It's important to know the customer's state of well-being and its source. Customers have limited value knowledge and considerable value uncertainty, yet they must make value predictions. Customers use the value knowledge they possess, from previous value experiences or observing others in the market, to try to predict a future improvement in well-being for themselves. What choices should they make to achieve this improvement? How do they make the prediction? They perform a mental simulation of future value experiences. They imagine themselves having a future value experience with a particular product or service. Via the simulation, they form their predictive valuation: the benefit they expect to experience in the future. When they actually use the product or service, they assess the actual value experience and compare it with the prediction, thereby updating their value knowledge. They ascribe to the product or service the satisfaction or dissatisfaction experience they feel. Or they might ascribe it to a set of circumstances or some other context. In any case, they have a new mental model: a new experience they can ascribe and use for future predictions. Value learning is a cycle. Self-assess to identify unsatisfaction and dissatisfaction;Search for new value propositions with new satisfaction potential;Compare the new value proposition with alternatives (and with others' experiences);Make an economic calculation: willingness to pay;Purchase;Usage experience — including objective value experienced in consumption and subjective value experienced as degrees of feelings of satisfaction (e.g., delight at exceeding expectations versus satisfaction at meeting expectations versus disappointment at failing to meet expectations);Assess usage experience compared to value expectation;Adjust value knowledge base and revise future expectations. Austrian economics helps businesses get into the minds of customers to monitor and understand their value learning. Economics is a much better discipline than finance on which to construct an approach to growing a successful business, because economics is the science of choice: how customers choose the ends they pursue and how they choose the means they perceive as best for attaining their ends. It's the Austrian school of economics that is most useful. Traditional economics believes that customers seek utility — what's useful to them. But subjective value doesn't reside in utility, it resides in the satisfaction that comes from the feeling of making the best choices. Behavioral economists believe that customers have a tendency to make poor choices (from the economists' point of view) because of incomplete value knowledge. But Austrian economists accept the customer's mind as it is. The goal is to understand how customers choose and how they experience value in their everyday lives, how they negotiate value uncertainty, how they set expectations for the future and how they compare actual experience with expectations. What goes through their minds? To know that requires getting inside their minds, which is what Professor Packard is trying to help us to do with his new book. Additional Resources "Experiential Value Theory: How Customers Think About Value" (PPT): Mises.org_E4B_178_PPT Entrepreneurial Valuation: An Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Into The Minds Of Customers by Mark Packard: Mises.org/E4B_178_Book "Tools For The Value Learning Process" (PDF): Mises.org_E4B_178_PDF

TIARAS TEARS AND TRIUMPHS with SANDY J Podcast - Helping Victims and Survivors of Abusive Relationships Heal and Grow
Ep 104 - Why Valuing Stability, Security, Safety Is a Top Priority for Abuse Survivors When Job or Career Prospecting

TIARAS TEARS AND TRIUMPHS with SANDY J Podcast - Helping Victims and Survivors of Abusive Relationships Heal and Grow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 62:26


EPISODE NOTES FOR WHY VALUING STABILITY, SECURITY AND SAFETY IS A TOP PRIORITY FOR ABUSE SURVIVORS WHEN JOB OR CAREER PROSPECTING EPISODE   Women will often have many more disruptions to their working life and this is, even more, the case for women who are victims and survivors of domestic abuse. This episode explores solutions to combat feelings of insecurity around rebuilding your life on the other side of leaving an abusive relationship. And offers tips to help you be kinder to yourself if you are not quite job-ready yet. As many as one in four, or one in three women, depending on where you live has experienced some form of relationship abuse. I was one of them. They say we teach what we need to learn.  And breakthroughs to recover, renew and rebuild on the other side of an abusive relationship is what I needed to learn and I know other women just like me need to learn too.  I am now a Money Minded Coach and a Transformational Life Coach, Pranic Healer and Angel Intuitive. Hope this helps. Here is to a better brighter future. Stay well and stay safe.   If you are a victim or survivor of an abusive relationship you may need support to help you with your challenges. Get your crisis support list for Australia here For those outside Australia google domestic abuse free online counseling support services.    This podcast needs support to grow and reach more victims and survivors of abusive relationships. Become a Patron of the Tiaras Tears and Triumphs Podcast here   If you are a victim or survivor of an abusive relationship and you need financial support to help you with your challenges. Seek financial support in Australia to leave an abusive relationship, a $5,000 grant    If you would like to close the door on fearfulness and open the doors to making your dreams come true visit our website The Key To Be Free   Ready to invest in your success, ready to stop thinking about what you don't want, and get clear on your dreams and desires? Say YES to breakthrough before you breakdown with a complimentary clarity call   Say YES to the Unlock your Dreams One-on-One Session   Say YES to the Guidance and Healing One-on-One Session   Need help making money stretch? Have you gone through financial abuse? Why not get your free copy of the Money Mindset & Freedom Journal today to help you take back control of your finances. FREE Freedom Planner   Have you forgotten your value? Have you lost your confidence? Did you know that low self-worth is the greatest block to abundance?  Why not join the next online women's healing and empowerment workshop to Unlock the Treasures Within. When you know your self-worth you can improve your net-worth   Looking for a safe supportive social media online community? Your net worth is equal to your network, so start rebuilding your social and professional network today. Why not join women from all around the world from all walks of life in the  Rise Up with Tiaras Tears and Triumphs Facebook Group   If you like inspiring stories you may like to read By God's Grace I Go and other real-life stories of women of faith. You can do this by getting a copy of When Grace Found Me Volume Three in Australia here in USA here in United Kingdom here    Subscribe Enjoy Share CAUTION If you feel unsafe at any time please STOP LISTENING. You can come back anytime you are in a safe place to listen to the rest of the Podcast. YOUR SAFETY is the most important thing to consider, closely followed by your sanity. As impossible as it may seem, everything else is figure-out-able, especially when you get the right keys to open the right doors and close the doors of fearfulness behind you.   If you are in immediate DANGER call the Police.   NOTE OF ENCOURAGEMENT If you are struggling with your mental health please reach out for support with some form of counseling, therapy, or coaching.  If you don't know where to start to find a counselor, a good place to start is to talk to your Doctor. There are also online counseling supports now available. If the Support Person is not a good fit for you, try another and another, until you have one that is the right fit for you. And don't forget, we help women to recover, renew and rebuild, and help them to meet their challenges head-on, to move towards a life they love, so feel free to book in the key to be clarity call.   BEFORE YOU GO…. If you listen to the Podcast and you like it, please SUBSCRIBE, you will automatically be updated with new episodes as soon as they are available. If you like the episode, please leave a REVIEW for other people to know that this has value. If you know of anyone you think this Podcast might help, please SHARE it with others.   Until next time, stay well and stay safe. Sending you love, light, peace, and joy, Sandy J    

Attack Life, Not Others
Ep 231 - 18 Spiritual Practices for Personal Renewal

Attack Life, Not Others

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 14:25


Last week Tom, Tim, and Steve discussed the book Sacred Pauses by April Yamasaki. This is Part 2 from that conversation. As Yamasaki says — in a fast-paced world full of distractions, these pauses offer ways to find everyday personal renewal. How many of these 18 "Pauses" are part of your life? Creating space Slowing down Becoming quiet Engaging scripture Praying it like it is Getting outside Being alone without being lonely Valuing relationships Giving Praying the Lord's Prayer Making music Fasting Having fun Paying attention Confessing Praying scripture Living simply Ending well

BZ Podcast
Ep. 3 Repeat Offenders w/ Jarrell Forbes

BZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 63:11


Valuing time + Haircuts prices 1:46 / Hoop Dream, signs you're washed and Athletic Risk Assessments 5:04 / Title IX, Transgendered Athletes and Women's Sports 8:20 / Would Black Wall Street be as corrupt in a Capitalist system? 15:20 / Roe Vs Wade, Religious fervor and government dictating bodily autonomy 18:11 / January 6th Hearing 29:36 / Gun Laws, media coverage and are police a proponent of good? 37:34 / Can the world be fixed with politics? 51:56

Multifamily Investing Made Simple
The Golden Formula For Valuing Commercial Real Estate | Ep. 233

Multifamily Investing Made Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 11:25


So you want to be a multifamily investor? Awesome! Here's the reality of the situation, you're going to be looking at A LOT of properties before you eventually get one under contract. They say you look at 100 deals before you actually close on one of them. So, how do you find the value of all those properties? How do you decide which one to go with? If only there was a golden formula for valuing commercial real estate?Well, there is! Don't forget to check out this bonus episode on Youtube!So how do you use NOI and Cap-rate to find the value of a property?Find out, in another bonus episode of Multifamily Investing Made Simple! Tweetable Quotes:"One of the most important lessons that I've ever learned, was that a dollar saved is worth more than a dollar earned." - Anthony VicinoLEAVE A REVIEW if you liked this episode!!Keep up with the podcast! Follow us on Apple, Stitcher, Google, and other podcast streaming platforms.To learn more, visit us at https://invictusmultifamily.com/**Want to learn more about investing with us?**We'd love to learn more about you and your investment goals. Please fill out this form and let's schedule a call: https://invictusmultifamily.com/contact/**Let's Connect On Social Media!**LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/11681388/admin/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/invictuscapitalventures/YouTube: https://bit.ly/2Lc0ctX

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Valuing Institutions, SCOTUS Rulings, and Life

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 11:34


Following some very high-profile rulings from The Supreme Court this month over several contentious issues...many regular Americans and several lawmakers are questioning the very institution of the Court itself and calling for radical changes. But how should actually view the institution of The Supreme Court? Adam J. White from The American Enterprise Institute, who also served on President Biden's Supreme Court Commission, shows the challenges and opportunities moving forward. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Focused Compounding
Ep 363. Currency Swings, Naked Wines, Buffett + OXY, & Valuing Stocks using FCF + Growth

Focused Compounding

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 137:58


QuickFS Link: https://quickfs.net/?via=focused Twitter: @Focusedcompound Email: info@focusedcompounding.com Focused Compounding is an exclusive, members-only site for buy and hold value investors. Inside, you will find research writeups written by hedge fund manager, Geoff Gannon. Experience all this in the company of investors who follow the principles of Buffett, Munger, and Fisher instead of the whims of the crowd. Please read our Disclaimer: https://focusedcompounding.com/discla...

Gratitude Blooming Podcast
Atomic Interactions with blogger Livia Chan, M.ed

Gratitude Blooming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:56


Every moment matters. Teacher and blogger Livia Chan learned early in life that you don't know when it will be the last time you get to say goodbye to the ones you love. In her 20s, Livia lost her best friend and grandmother. Since then, Livia has made it a point to make sure to count her blessings by making every moment count. She calls these everyday moments Atomic Interactions.Valuing these small moments is a practice of healing or feeling into our wholeness. This conversation leans into the Gratitude Blooming theme of Healing represented by the Peony, which you can also collect as an NFT. https://mirror.xyz/gratitudeblooming.eth/6O3wcMnZBlEVjOgqapyeYGQXzOFFXAnCUiPGdVxLrNYFind more about Livia Chan's work at https://livchan.com/  You can always find encouragement to practice with the Gratitude Blooming cards in our metagarden community on discord: https://discord.gg/MeRrhxKax4We appreciate your support and help so we can bloom! Please take a moment to give us 5-stars and share a review. You can always email us at hello@gratitudeblooming.com. We want to hear from you! Check out the new Gratitude Blooming journaling notecards at www.gratitudeblooming.com.Eye-Opening Moments PodcastEye-Opening Moments are stories of adversity, encounters, and perspectives. They are...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Through the Wine Glass PodcastWe bring you on a tour with winemakers & vintners. You never know what may spill overListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Pilates Business Podcast
How To Avoid Under-Valuing Your Sessions and Classes

Pilates Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 20:00


When it comes to the long term vitality and sustainability of your fitness studio, one of the most important decisions you will make is how to price your services. 

Thoughts on the Market
Special Encore: Andrew Sheets - How Useful is Investor Sentiment?

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:10 Very Popular


Original Release on June 9th, 2022: While many investors may be curious to know what other investors are thinking and feeling about markets, there's a lot more to the calculation of investor sentiment than one might think.-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Andrew Sheets, Chief Cross-Asset Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about trends across the global investment landscape and how we put those ideas together. It's Thursday, June 9th, at 6 p.m. in London. I've found that investors are almost always interested in what other types of investors are doing. Some of this is curiosity, but a lot of it is interest in sentiment and a desire to try to quantify market emotion to give a better indicator of when to buy or sell. One can find a variety of metrics that portend to reflect this investor mood. Many of them move in nice, big, oscillating waves between fear and greed. But as anyone trying to use them as encountered, investing based on sentiment is harder in theory than practice. The first challenge, of course, is that there is little agreement in professional circles on exactly the best way to capture market emotion. Is it different responses to a regular investor survey? Is it the level of implied volatility in the market? Is it the flow of money in and out of different funds? The potential list goes on. Next, once you have an indicator, what's the right threshold to establish if it's telling you something is extreme? If you poll a thousand investors every week, maybe 70% of those investors being negative tells you the mood is sufficiently sour. But maybe the magic number is 80%, or maybe it's 60%. Defining positive or negative sentiment isn't always straightforward. Finally, there's the simple but important point that sometimes the crowd is right. Think of a long bull market like the 1990s. People were often optimistic about the stock market and correct to think so as prices kept rising. Meanwhile, people are often bearish in a bear market. We remember the dour mood that persisted throughout 2008. It certainly didn't stop stocks from going down. With all of this in mind, our research is focused on finding some ways to use sentiment measures more effectively. We think it makes sense to use a composite of different indicators, as true extremes are likely to show up across multiple approaches to measurement. Valuing both the level and direction of sentiment can be helpful. Rather than trying to catch an absolute extreme or market bottom, the best risk reward is often when sentiment is negative but improving. And sentiment is more useful to identify market lows than market peaks, as negativity and despair tend to be stronger, sharper emotions. Identifying peak optimism, at least in our work, is much harder. So don't beat yourself up if you can't find a signal that consistently flags market tops. Those ideas underlie the tools that we've built to try to turn market sentiment into signals as the age old debate around the true state of fear and greed continues throughout this year. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Thoughts on the Market on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen, and leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you.

She's On The Money
FRIDAY DRINKS: Valuing Our Frontline Workers

She's On The Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 27:12


Another week is at its end and that means it's time to kick back with the girls for a wrap of the week, to celebrate and commiserate your Money Wins/Losses and solve a Money Dilemma! This week it's all about the HELP loan and the indexation rate. And with different states announcing a one off cash payment for frontline healthcare workers, the girls wax philosophical on the way society values some of our hardest working and most underpaid workers. Acknowledgement of Country By Natarsha Bamblett aka Queen Acknowledgements. The advice shared on She's on The Money is general in nature and does not consider your individual circumstances. She's on The Money exists purely for educational purposes and should not be relied upon to make an investment or financial decision. Victoria Devine and She's On The Money are Authorised Representatives of Infocus Securities Australia Proprietary Limited ABN 47 097 797 049 AFSL - AFSL 236523.

Mafia Memoirs by Zenware
162 - Money, Money, Money, Money! Managing You Finances to Success

Mafia Memoirs by Zenware

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 57:37


This week we dig into the topic so many business owners struggle to face and get their hands successfully around and that is money management. Show highlights: Valuing your expertise and pricing your services appropriately Set up a separate bank account Building a financial plan to achieve your goals Work with a financial advisor Get a revolving line of credit Keep great records and automate systems to track income and expenses Power of tracking where your money is generated Managing and tracking supplies you are using Track expenses, especially fuel if you are a mobile detailer Co-Host Prentice St. Clair Detailing Academy (619) 701-1100 https://detailinprogress.com/ Hosts Jody Sedrick and Rod Puzey RoadFS powered by Zenware connect with us at www.roadfs.com and @roadfs on Instagram

Awakened Woman Self Care podcast
Episode 156 Leaving Pleasantville Takes Courage (choosing love)

Awakened Woman Self Care podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 21:19


When everything appears nice and pleasant and comfortable, it's tough to walk away. As the boiling frog metaphor illustrates, we might not notice we are in trouble until it's too late. At this moment on the Earth it is important to pay attention to who, what and where you might be giving away parts of yourself to by playing nice. Truly now is the time to stop pretending pleasantville is a good place to live. Valuing your own inner standing and knowing of what distortions are playing out very subtly in your life. Deepen your superpower of noticing. As we step into the Solstice, what traditions and customs in general are chipping away at the solidity of you. Realigning yourself so no more wedges and cracks are created in the rock of you. The episode concludes with a creative visualization meditation to help you be more impeccable and heart centred in what you are choosing. As embodied pure love you are a sanctuary for others, without ever needing to give a chip of yourself away. Offered with love. Visit the showpage for info on all episodes https://www.artthatmoves.ca/podcasts/  

King's Chapel FL
KC Corner Episode 116: Valuing Life

King's Chapel FL

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 19:54


6.15.22 KC Corner Episode 116 where Pastor Jeff Jakes and Brooks talk about the value of Life.

Thoughts on the Market
Andrew Sheets: How Useful is Investor Sentiment?

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 3:03 Very Popular


While many investors may be curious to know what other investors are thinking about current and future market trends, there's a lot more to the calculation of investor sentiment than one might think.-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Andrew Sheets, Chief Cross-Asset Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about trends across the global investment landscape and how we put those ideas together. It's Thursday, June 9th, at 6 p.m. in London. I've found that investors are almost always interested in what other types of investors are doing. Some of this is curiosity, but a lot of it is interest in sentiment and a desire to try to quantify market emotion to give a better indicator of when to buy or sell. One can find a variety of metrics that portend to reflect this investor mood. Many of them move in nice, big, oscillating waves between fear and greed. But as anyone trying to use them as encountered, investing based on sentiment is harder in theory than practice. The first challenge, of course, is that there is little agreement in professional circles on exactly the best way to capture market emotion. Is it different responses to a regular investor survey? Is it the level of implied volatility in the market? Is it the flow of money in and out of different funds? The potential list goes on. Next, once you have an indicator, what's the right threshold to establish if it's telling you something is extreme? If you poll a thousand investors every week, maybe 70% of those investors being negative tells you the mood is sufficiently sour. But maybe the magic number is 80%, or maybe it's 60%. Defining positive or negative sentiment isn't always straightforward. Finally, there's the simple but important point that sometimes the crowd is right. Think of a long bull market like the 1990s. People were often optimistic about the stock market and correct to think so as prices kept rising. Meanwhile, people are often bearish in a bear market. We remember the dour mood that persisted throughout 2008. It certainly didn't stop stocks from going down. With all of this in mind, our research is focused on finding some ways to use sentiment measures more effectively. We think it makes sense to use a composite of different indicators, as true extremes are likely to show up across multiple approaches to measurement. Valuing both the level and direction of sentiment can be helpful. Rather than trying to catch an absolute extreme or market bottom, the best risk reward is often when sentiment is negative but improving. And sentiment is more useful to identify market lows than market peaks, as negativity and despair tend to be stronger, sharper emotions. Identifying peak optimism, at least in our work, is much harder. So don't beat yourself up if you can't find a signal that consistently flags market tops. Those ideas underlie the tools that we've built to try to turn market sentiment into signals as the age old debate around the true state of fear and greed continues throughout this year. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Thoughts on the Market on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen, and leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you.

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
475: Chandler Bolt - The Life Changing Process Of Writing A Book... (How You Can Do It Right Now)

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 62:31 Very Popular


Text Hawk to 66866 to become part of "Mindful Monday." You along with 10's of thousands of other Learning Leaders will receive a carefully curated email from me each Monday morning to help you start your week off right... Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12    https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Chandler Bolt is an investor, advisor, the CEO of Self-Publishing School & SelfPublishing.com, and the author of 6 bestselling books including his most recent book titled “Published.”. Self Publishing School is an INC 5000 company the last 3 years in a row as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the US. He's currently spending his time scaling Self Publishing School, a company he's built from 0 to $20M+ in 5.5 years.  Notes: Thinking of your topic – What are the broken record conversations you continue to have? What questions do others ask you on a regular basis? The market will help you understand where you add value… Hiring others-- An hour is an hour. A simple metric… Your take-home pay is divided by 2,080. That is your hourly rate. Hire others to do work if it's cheaper than your hourly rate. This is hard to do but appears to be a wise investment long term The 4 P's of writing – Person, pain, promise, price. Write to one person… just like you're responding to an email. "A book is a $15 mentor" Writing process: Mind map Outline Rough draft "People who pay, pay attention." "Go from I want to, to I am doing it." The root word of authority is author Revenue = Vanity Profit = Sanity Cash = King Designing the life you want first... Michael Hyatt has helped him schedule his time off first. “Valuing freedom above all else; entrepreneurs work harder to create future freedom, which directly takes away from their freedom in the present.” “The truth is, you'll never "find the time" to write a book. You have to make it.” “Don't be the person who misses out on opportunities in life because you take too long to accomplish your work tasks. Be the kind of person other people marvel at. Be the kind of person other people see and say, “I don't know how they do it.” Be the kind of person who takes action and does so immediately.” Get a free copy of his new book, go to www.PublishedBook.com/Hawk  

Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross
Artist Liz Niemeyer on the Joy of Sharing & Connecting With Your Own Creative Magic [episode 91]

Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 63:09 Very Popular


Liz Niemeyer shares how creating art without an agenda can help reawaken one's creativity. You'll also hear about: Liz shares her journey to becoming an artist and a painter  How artworks have their own energy and desire to be seen How Liz is supporting folks in unlocking their creativity  Cultivating a relationship with the spirit of color ♥♥♥ Join The Earth Speak Collective Membership! Join like-hearted folks in a sacred container and community where you'll: Connect deeply to yourself, others, nature & spirit Learn to trust your intuition Activate your Earth magic Expand your healing & divination skills Put your intuition into practice in everyday life Stop feeling lonely on your spiritual path Embody & express your creative power & truths Experience safe space without agenda or judgment When you join the Collective, you get access to all of our past workshops, any live workshops happening while you're a member, live weekly energetic reset calls, monthly community rituals, all the secret episodes, member-run meetups to explore magical topics, and a lively members-only forum (that's not on FB!). ▶▶▶ Learn more and sign up for the Collective membership here: https://www.earthspeak.love/collective ***** Liz Niemeyer has been an artist from a young age and graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor's degree in Studio Art in 2008. She showcases and sells her art around Asheville, NC and maintains a working studio in the River Arts District. She seeks to inspire people to tap into their own intuitive creativity through art-making. See more of Liz's work at her studio Sassafras Hill Studios.  In this episode, we talk about: Liz shares her journey to becoming an artist and a painter  Cultivating a relationship with the spirit of color  How the Earth Speak Collective supported Liz in discovering a newfound connection to Spirit and her own creative power How developing and attuning your psychic and intuitive abilities can open up your creativity  Trusting what comes through  Practicing painting and active meditation, when still mediation doesn't feel right  Channeling the spirit of color and how color speaks through Liz  On creative blocks  Accepting and embracing your true creative self Valuing creativity for creativity's sake   The joy of sharing  Creating within a culture of productivity  Liz shares the synchronicities and paths that opened up when she began sharing her work  The power of an encouraging word  How Liz is supporting folks in unlocking their creativity  Moving past the unknown and the fear of rejection  The body as a channel for creative expression  Weaving webs of connection and creativity  How artworks have their own energy and desire to be seen Liz shares what lights her up and inspires her to create  How being a mother Impacted Liz's life as an artist Finding beauty in the day to day  How Liz's children have taught her to appreciate pink and tap into her sparkly side  The dark side of glitter Liz shares about her upcoming workshop with the Collective  And more! Secret Episodes! Get access to past secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret. Earth Speak Links: Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Become an Earth Speak Sponsor and reach more of the people you're meant to serve www.earthspeak.love/sponsor  Support the Earth Speak Podcast and purchase our t-shirt  Support Earth Speak and make a donation  Purchase a one-time pass to the Intuitive Painting Workshop with Liz  Get the secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret Guest Links: Learn more about Liz's offerings at wwwguestofferings.com Connect with Liz on Instagram @lizinappalachia // https://www.instagram.com/lizinappalachia/  Connect with Sassafras Hill Studios on Instagram @sassafrashillstudios // https://www.instagram.com/sassafrashillstudios/  References: Native Land https://native-land.ca/   Intuitive Painting || Workshop https://www.earthspeak.love/intuitive-painting  Animism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animism  Channeling https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediumship#Channeling  Gesso https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gesso  Turkey tail mushrooms https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trametes_versicolor  Archetypes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archetype  Kim Krans || Oracle and archetype decks https://www.kimkrans.com/books-and-decks  Oil painting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oil_painting  Acrylic paint https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrylic_paint  Mica https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mica  Fairy realm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairy    ► Leave us a written review on iTunes, and get shouted out on the show! Theme music is “It's Easier” by Scarlet Crow http://www.scarletcrow.org/ and “Meeting Again” by Emily Sprague  https://mlesprg.info/ ► Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Follow Earth Speak on Instagram and tag us when you share @earthspeak https://www.instagram.com/earthspeak