As a strong, successful female photographer in a male-dominated industry, Lindsay Anne Delaney is undoubtedly leaving her indomitable mark on the Canadian fashion scene. A trailblazer for inclusivity, Delaney owns and celebrates her beautiful curves in an industry that typically promotes über-thin models and an unrealistic body image. Born and raised in St. John's, Newfoundland, she enjoyed all the benefits and charm the small town has to offer; indeed, she attributes her firecracker personality to her East-coast roots. Her career aspirations, however, drew her to the big city. Venturing off to study at the New England School of Photography in Boston would prove to be the catalyst that would set these plans in motion. She then completed the Visual Arts program at the College of the North Atlantic in Stephenville, followed by a Bachelor of Fine Arts (with a major in photography) from NSCAD University.1. When was the first time Lindsay put a camera in her hand? 2. Finding the perfect location for photography? 3. How does Lindsay pivot when it comes to malfunctions in technology or equipment? 4. How to deal with the haters and naysayers in your respected realm? 5. How does Canada become the new Europe when it comes to photography? 6. Who is that person that Lindsay wants to work with it comes to the industry? → CONNECT WITH LINDSAY ANNE DELANEY←INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/citylightlinds/WEBSITE: https://www.lindsayannedelaney.com/6142537-lindsay-anne-delaney
Show Notes: - Starting work in the digital world- Balancing work and being with your family- Venturing early in SEO and commerce- Not using a “safety net”- Teaching and training people to build their personal brandConnect with Martha Krejci: Website: https://withmartha.com/ Website: https://gold.withmartha.com/page/link-pageInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themarthakrejci/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/themarthakrejci/ For more information and to explore podcast episodes, visit themikecroc.com.To drop him an email, use: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Mike on social media:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorroccoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeycroc If you haven't smashed the subscribe button, do it here➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGWHuKojqZfcXmvGCAi_t1Q/ The views and opinions expressed on the "What Are You Made Of?" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. This is an independent production of Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco. The podcast production and the book "What Are You Made Of?" are the author's original works. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2021.
If you have a passion for metal artwork, you might be interested in becoming a props fabricator.This week Eric Anthony Leong, Props Fabricator, shares how he started in the industry. Eric's film resume includes Black Adam, Till, and Marvel. In this episode he talks about venturing into the industry, working on set, and setting rates.Listen to hear how you can turn your passion for creating metal artwork into a film career.Key points:1:30 - Becoming a prop fabricator 7:29 - Venturing into the film and television world11:03 - Getting details on how the props are being used11:39 - Communicating with different departments14:10 - Who eats the cost when someone makes a mistake16:41 - Working on set20:15 - Union requirements 23:08 - Setting rates28:30 - Something going wrong with materials 30:10 - What is overlooked 34:32 - Tools of the trade37:50 - Why he's in the industry46:06 - Average build timeLinks:YouTubeFacebookInstagramWebsiteConnect with the Practical FilmmakerFollow The Practical Filmmaker on InstagramWatch more episodes on YouTubeFind more filmmaking resources
Haley is a Principal at Hustle Fund VC. Prior to joining Hustle Fund, Haley worked for Apple, worked with bootstrapped and venture-backed tech startups and scaled the b2b SaaS content marketing agency Animalz as COO. Additionally, Haley started angel investing in 2020 to support founders from or supporting underrepresented communities and has invested in over 50 companies to date! Tune into this page to hear about Haley's amazing journey to Venture Capital and supporting phenomenal entrepreneurs!Venturing Deep On TwitterVenturing Deep On InstagramFollow Haley BryantFollow Ama on TwitterFollow Ama on InstagramIf you want to start your own podcast using Buzzsprout, use this link below:https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1670656
Cartel, if you would please excuse the hiccups in this episode & push on through it would be highly appreciated. But these are the kinds of discussions that need to get out there in order to pop peoples minds like champagne corks. If you've endured the entire show, thank you wholeheartedly!! Astral travel is where it's at! The elite definitely did not want this discussion to get out there! Follow Lightwalker on IG here: @the_lightwalker_2020 https://instagram.com/the_lightwalker_2020?igshid=NTdlMDg3MTY= Make sure to visit https://www.owlcreekcoffee.com and make a purchase with the promo code: cartel15 for 15% off your order of this great tasting coffee. 10% of all proceeds go to people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy!! Owl Creek Coffee on IG here: @owlcreekcoffeecompany Please like, share, subscribe and leave a review on #iTunes! Also you can feed Nigel the goat some extra shekels at my patreon if you would be so kind. He will love you for all eternity. Patreon here: patreon.com/redpillcartelpodcast Telegram here: t.me/redpillcartel Instagram here: @redpillcartelpodcast Always feel free to ask to get on the show! Email email@example.com One stop shop for all links: https://linktr.ee/redpillcartelpodcast
Aaron Cox of Greymass joins hosts Zack Gall and Brandon Lovejoy of the ENF to unpack the details and significance of Wharf, Antelope's New Web Client SDK Project. The conversation ranges from the history of the Wallet+ Blue Paper to the future of application development on Antelope and the impact on user experience. Note: This podcast was recorded before the name-brand "Wharf", Antelope's New Web Client SDK Project was revealed. Introducing Wharf, Antelope's New Web Client SDK Project https://greymass.medium.com/a98fb12ff51f Get in touch with Greymass: https://twitter.com/greymass firstname.lastname@example.org Greymass Support https://support.greymass.com/support/home Timestamps: 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:10 Greymass projects and priorities 00:05:20 Web Client SDKs: what are they, why do they matter? 00:08:53 History of Wallet+ Blue Paper, Antelope Coaliton, SDK funding through milestone based grants, reflections on the grant process. 00:14:21 Venturing into the unknown with SDKs 00:16:47 Escaping from abstract data types with an open, modular toolkit 00:20:10 Other value-adds from the Web SDKs 00:22:37 IBC, good UX, multi-chain login, Anchor wallet 00:29:33 Fuel, PowerUp, Abstracting away resource costs + resource cost on IBC 00:37:50 User experience 00:41:15 Branding SDKs 00:46:17 Near term development and availability of Wharf 00:49:30 Code Golf with Greymass 00:53:37 Ledger update The EOS Network Foundation coordinates financial and non-financial support to encourage the growth and development of the EOS Network. We're harnessing the power of decentralization to chart a coordinated future for the EOS Network as a force for positive global change. // EOS Network Foundation // https://www.eosnetwork.com https://twitter.com/EosNFoundation https://www.linkedin.com/company/eos-network-foundation https://t.me/EOSNetworkFoundation https://discord.gg/eos-network email@example.com #EOS #EOSIO #Web3
Barley and hops are two types of grains that can be used to make beer. In this edition we showcase the opportunities for Mzansi's farmers to tap into SA's beer industry with Aron Kole, the managing director of farmer development company FarmSol. He talks about their farmer development programme and why it's vital for young agriculturalists to continue to take up space in the sector…In our weekly check in with the amazing women selected for the Corteva Women Agripreneur 2022 programme. Our #SoilSista Tiniyiko Khoza is a poultry farmer and has her eyes set on setting up her own processing plant in the future…
Today on our show, we're diving even deeper into the world of corporate ventures for the Next Economy. To do this we're listening in to a conversation with three experts in this space: frog's own Ethan Imboden, VP of Design and Global Head of Ventures, Susana Jurado, Head of Telefónica's Wayra Builder and Sohaila Ouffata, Managing Director of BMW i Ventures in Europe. The three talk corporate venturing building, corporate venture capital, what it means to be a Next Economy business and even how to raise children in the metaverse.Brought to you by frog, a global creative consultancy. frog is part of Capgemini Invent. (https://www.frog.co)Visit us to learn more about Corporate Venture Building at frog. (https://www.frog.co/services/venture-design)Download the new frog Chief Challenges 4: Venturing Forward report. (https://go.frog.co/corporate-venture-building)Listener note: we also filmed this conversation. Watch the full video here. (https://vimeo.com/761651215)Thanks to Steven Strange for this special episode's film/audio production (http://www.stevenstrange.com) and Richard Canham of Lizard Media for editing this podcast (http://www.lizardmedia.co.uk)
Today on The Morning Show with Carol, Josh & Jill, they discussed the plight of out local buskers, and the changers that would be affecting them this festive season. The rising prices of tickets to Disneyland, and whether or not you're a, "basic" ticket purchaser, or a "frills and all" ticket purchaser. Venturing into the world of baby fashion, they let you in on the latest colour trend, new parents should take note of! Tune in now for your daily dose of laughter, exciting prizes, latest news, and all the great songs in one place only on Kiss92FM!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, I am talking to Joe Jonas. Joe rose to fame, alongside his brothers Kevin and Nick, as a member of the pop rock group Jonas Brothers. The band became one of Disney's prominent figures and even took the lead roles in the widely successful musical television film Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. Joe opens the conversation by sharing how he had come to love meditation and how this has helped him appreciate self love even more. We talk about his struggles as a solo artist, the realization that he needed professional help which eventually led to therapy which then led to the understanding that his feelings were valid. Joe is proud of his humble beginnings and how this affects our perspectives, becoming a husband and a father, and the value of staying connected to the people that you truly care for. This episode was filmed at Soho Works: 10 Jay Street.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:31 Creating a bond through meditation00:08:35 When did you start to work on yourself?00:17:02 Respect for individual creativity00:22:25 Venturing into acting00:26:18 Inspiration to develop a good work ethic00:31:23 Humble beginnings is so essential00:35:58 We're each other's best friend00:38:41 Enjoy every moment with your child00:41:28 An unforgettable experience with a therapist00:43:27 What's your daily routine?00:47:08 An interview with Vanessa Bryant00:49:37 Sometimes it better to reach out first00:52:53 Keeping relationships as healthy as much as possible00:57:29 Final Five with JoeEpisode ResourcesJoe Jonas | TikTokJoe Jonas | InstagramJoe Jonas | TwitterDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
The band broke up, and then a crusade maybe started, and now we've gotta get a band together to go try and help handle it. It's not quite the same band we had before, but we get mostly the same folks at least. For more Lokathor stuff check out the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lokathor
HEAR THE HEADLINES – India Tea Exports Rise as Sri Lanka's Decline | Comparisons of export data through the first eight months of the year reveal a significant shift in the global market for orthodox processed black tea | Extreme Heat Concerns are Raised at the Ongoing COP27 Climate Summit in Egypt | Founder Sandip Thapa Explains the Cuppa Trade Tea eMarketplace | NEWSMAKER – Seth Goldman, CEO of Eat the Change, founder of Just Ice Tea | FEATURE INTRO – Tea Biz visits Just Ice Tea founder Seth Goldman this week in Bethesda, Maryland. Seth launched the new low-sugar, organic, Fairtrade tea brand in a remarkably rapid 90 days after learning that Coca-Cola would discontinue by year's end the iconic Honest Organic Tea brand that he co-founded in 1998. Shocked that Honest Tea would be discontinued, Goldman tells how tea suppliers rallied to support his long-term commitment to organic, fair trade tea. Seth Goldman's Encore – Coca-Cola's Venturing and Emerging Brands group invested $43 million in 2008 to acquire a minority interest in Honest Organic Tea. This low-sugar organic bottled tea dominated the premium fresh-brewed tea segment in natural grocery outlets, including Whole Foods Markets. Seth Goldman and co-founder Barry Nalebuff had grown the company to +$20 million in annual sales since brewing the first batch into five thermos bottles in Goldman's kitchen. What they needed was national distribution. Coca-Cola's investment catapulted Honest Tea to the list of Inc. Magazine's fastest-growing companies. Earnings grew to $70-80 million. Coke's Big Red trucks soon delivered 100 million bottles nationwide, and in 2011, Coke purchased the company. Goldman joined the behemoth bottler as an ardent champion of flavorful teas and herbal infusions. During the decade that followed, Honest Tea generated hundreds of millions of dollars at far greater margins than commodity brands, where the raw cost of tea is about a penny per unit. He bought eight million pounds of organic tea annually at that time and spent millions more on organic sugar and ingredients. In 2019 Goldman left Coca-Cola to establish Eat the Change after working as executive chair of Beyond Meat. Eat the Change, “a snack company of the future” launched by Goldman and celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn, will manage the fledgling tea venture. Just Ice Tea has reunited vital staff and suppliers that built Honest Tea into a half-billion-dollar brand. In June, Goldman announced that Eat the Change would launch a new organic tea brand, and by September, the first bottles were served in restaurants.
In today's episode of You Can Overcome Anything! Podcast Show, CesarRespino.com brings to you a special guest by the name of Tony UV.Tony UcedaVélez (aka Tony UV) is the co-creator of the Process for Attack Simulation & Threat Analysis and the CEO of VerSprite. Tony has over 25 years of IT/InfoSec work across a vast range of industries. He is also the OWASP leader for Atlanta, GA.Tony had to overcome the doubt around him. it doesn't matter how long you've been in business or worked in any industry, the testament around the worth of your network with friends, families and colleagues will be put to the test when you want to venture out on your own.Tony's message to you is:The one thing I want to say to listeners is to go deeper. In life, we always think we're going from one destination to the next, whether it be literally or figuratively within our own personal journeys, and most people when they hit an obstacle, or even a dead end , they think there's no way out and may quit. Everyone has an extra level to give, and they are simply not put in a position to find that extra level; so they have to go deeper. And when you get to that new level, you'll find that there's still additional levels that you can obtain by going deeper.To Connect with Tony UV go to:Tony UVCEO VerSpriteLinkedIn link - firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter : VerSprite Cybersecurity Consulting (@VerSprite) / TwitterTony UV (@t0nyuv) / TwitterTo Connect with CesarRespino go to:
Venturing deeper into the be-moated depths of a fey fortress, the crew faces increasingly strange and deadly defenses. Connect and chat with us! Follow us on Twitter: @alchemist_club and on Tiktok: @thealchemistclub. You can also email us to send questions, art, or just say hi at email@example.com Enjoy the podcast? Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!
Venturing once again into environmental law, the Law Offices of Quibble, Squabble and Bicker haul in their newest international client, Recycling Deposed! While attempting to depose the client, they also discuss Facebook postings, quandary, genius whiskey, Samuel Coleridge, they always leave, abasinthe, deliver happiness, mis-mammal, secret Burgerville recycling lore, drunken ranting, conveyor belts, chucking stuff, shirako, Canadians are great, Mandy Patinkin, North Korea, Nooo!, Gandalf, Bennigans, Aspergerville, pinkie promise, De La Soul, Houses of the Holy, putting pudding, Ambien and tequila and intro envy. Buy our merch here: https://my-store-11556994.creator-spring.com/ To access special content go to www.patreon.com/qsblaw and for other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. We are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter- @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - https://www.uhive.com/web/shares/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr- quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch us on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support
Show Notes: - Rob exploring his entrepreneurial streak during his medical profession- How he got into tech and software- His key to success in being a good affiliate marketer - Venturing into creating assets and building value- The concept of Time Doctor - Investing money in creating software - Launching in 2012, getting traction, and making a profitConnect with Rob Rawson: Website: https://runningremote.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robrawson/Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertrawsonFor more information and to explore podcast episodes, visit themikecroc.com.To drop him an email, use: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Mike on social media:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorroccoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeycroc If you haven't smashed the subscribe button, do it here➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGWHuKojqZfcXmvGCAi_t1Q/ The views and opinions expressed on the "What Are You Made Of?" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. This is an independent production of Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco. The podcast production and the book "What Are You Made Of?" are the author's original works. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2021.
A Bermudian native, Isis is also a business owner & serial entrepreneur. She is a graduate of the #1 HBCU, Spelman College (some notable alumni are Stacey Abrams and Rosalind Brewer). Currently, she is the co-owner of House of Isis, a brand that she runs with her mother Gina. A Plant-based product line that provides health-conscious black women with access to non-toxic hair & skin care. Isis and her mother have grown House of Isis into a 6-figure company. House of Isis has been recognized as Forward Founders by retail giant Target [Pause] and has been featured in many news outlets including Voyage ATL & the Bermuda broadcasting network. And y'all that is not even it, but we got to get the show...Y'all I know that this is going to be a good one!... Okay Isis, are you ready???Venturing Deep On TwitterVenturing Deep On InstagramFollow House of Isis coFollow Ama on TwitterFollow Ama on InstagramIf you want to start your own podcast using Buzzsprout, use this link below:https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1670656
Today, on the Jake Dunlap Show, we are joined by Ang McManamon, VP at Crunchbase and Global Sales and SaaS Leader with over 22 years of experience in the field.Ang has been leading the sales divisions for multiple companies that activate in different industries, from tech to real estate, IT and SaaS she kick-started the sales for the London division of Amazon, was the Director of Sales for North America at Stack Overflow and, in 2019, was selected as one of the 38 Most Dynamic Women in Sales. In this episode, Ang shares with us the experiences that helped her stay motivated and on a growth path in her sales career, how working in different industries refined her skills as a salesperson and the importance of building culture in the remote work environment as the key to keeping your team members engaged and present in their work. Time stamps: (00:52) Today's guest, Ang McManamon- one of the 38 Most Dynamic Women in Sales in 2019 who aspires to one day be an NYT Best Seller and speak in front of 1,000+ people;(02:12) Graduating with a Bachelor's in Communication, and working for an ad agency in New York; getting her first contact with the sales world after getting hired by City Search; (05:07) Learning how to deal with rejection and looking for ways to grow in her sales career;(10:09) Leaving City Search after almost 10 years of working with them, joining Gilt Groupe then HopStop and eventually becoming Global Head of Sales for Amazon Restaurants;(14:23) Moving to the UK and kickstarting Amazon's sales division in London;(15:21) Working for Stack Overflow as Sr. Director of Sales for the North America area- learning about the importance of work and sales culture;(17:26) Capturing as many growth opportunities as possible- working in different industries and refining her skills as a salesperson;(21:30) Venturing into SaaS- how she stayed motivated in her growth journey;(28:29) Building culture in a remote environment- engaging and helping her team members to be present in their work;(32:00) Advice for people who want to level up their careers in this today's unstable market. Quotes “Don't take everything so personal. That was a big learning moment (...) learning to deal with rejection in a way where like you don't want to dismiss it, you definitely want to feel it, you don't want it to ruin your momentum and your day.” “If you don't have a way to look at data, look at success, what's working what's not working, I feel like there's a lot of people that are reliant on other people's feedback and their boss of whoever to improve themselves (...) proper planning and thinking it through and entering your data for you, how can you get better if you don't know.” “I am a big stickler for good company culture but then also building a great sales culture (...) I want people to have fun and be really passionate about what they're selling (...) and just being happy because that will emulate with the people you talk to and your clients.” “ I think many times when things happen in our carrier maybe you feel derailed, certainly for me, my first two and a half years were in sports and I told my boss to f*** off and I got fired and I thought my life was over, and then I got into tech and it like changed my life forever (...) we all have these kinds of paths and we don't have to get it perfect, we don't have the ability to kind of recognize the learnings that we have until much later.” “What can I do better as a leader? What are actually the things that I can affect (...) and that is being a better leader, making my sales managers stronger leaders, you know, where are they lacking, what training do they need. I'm constantly thinking of that.” “ I want you to take an hour tomorrow, I want you to look at your calendar for the next month and I want you to think about challenges you're having and the things in your business or your personal life that you need to prioritize (...) because if not, you're just going to be on the (hamster) wheel. The wheel is not going to stop and tell you to get off.” ______________________________ Get in contact with Ang: LinkedinFacebookTwitterInstagram ______________________________ Mentions: Gilt Groupe- an off-price e-commerce portfolio company.Instagram | Facebook | Linkedin | Pinterest Tumbler- an American microblogging and social networking website founded in 2007.Facebook | Instagram Knotel- a workspace platform that matches, tailors, and manages real estate for businesses that are in need of spaces custom designed for their use. Linkedin | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Stack Overflow - is a question-and-answer website for professional and enthusiast programmers.Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Linkedin | Instagram ___________________ Follow Jake: WebsiteInstagramLinkedInTwitter
Show Notes: - Connor's childhood in Charleston, North Carolina, and working from a young age- Starting different businesses and exploring jobs- The party life and networking in bars - Venturing into solopreneurship- From being good to being great- Stepping out of fear and being motivated- The Luxury Auto Club business conceptConnect with Connor O'Hara: Website: https://theluxuryautoclub.io/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ConnorOHara/ | https://www.instagram.com/theluxuryautoclub/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8LGh1H3Byua2IzEN65fb8QFor more information and to explore podcast episodes, visit themikecroc.com.To drop him an email, use: email@example.com Follow Mike on social media:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorroccoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeycroc If you haven't smashed the subscribe button, do it here➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGWHuKojqZfcXmvGCAi_t1Q/ The views and opinions expressed on the "What Are You Made Of?" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. This is an independent production of Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco. The podcast production and the book "What Are You Made Of?" are the author's original works. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2021.
Jonah Richard didn't intend to return to Orange County Vermont after graduation. But return he did and with skills, an entrepreneurial attitude and a new resolve to position himself for success helping his neighbors solve the middle market housing challenge effecting so many of us in northern New England. Find Jonah on Substack His firm Village Ventures is a developer and general contractor based out of Fairlee, VT. After a moment taken to understand the path to his current endeavor, we focused our attention on just what it takes right now to find success as a developer in our current market. Small contractors exist on a precarious fence post. But it is small developers that are driving both an interest in working on appropriately-scaled middle market housing for rural environments and the desire to use innovation in materials, construction process, design and financial modeling to make a real difference for their neighbors. Listen for the ideas, the experience of others and choose for yourself your position in solving our housing challenges.
Sports media has undergone an astronomical shift since the turn of the century. When the internet started, catching a game on television (when it was available in your area), reading about last night's results in the newspaper (with the occasional Sunday morning features mixed in), and subscribing to Sports Illustrated were basically the extent of the content available for sports fans. Fast-forwarding to today: • Fans can access nearly countless games without a cable subscription. • Newspapers have shrunk, with several no longer printing. • Dedicated sports websites feed a 24/7 diet of content. Thirty Five Ventures (35V), which NBA all-star Kevin Durant launched in 2019 as a multi-faceted media and entertainment company, is one of those new media companies finding its footing. Its media network, Boardroom, covers sports and its relationship with entertainment, business, and culture. On today's WorkInSports Podcast, VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp chats with Sarah Flynn, Boardroom and 35V's CMO, about: • Flynn's transition into sports from the music and entertainment industry • How she tries to differentiate Boardroom in a market saturated with sports websites • What skills are needed to succeed in marketing in the current sports media landscape
Venturing out on your own and seeing how far you'll get is one way towards freedom, and it'll be easier if you follow the simple passive cash flow path. In today's podcast, we're joined by Eric, an entrepreneur who's used to building something on his own, and during the start of the pandemic, he saw the light of real estate investing. Listen and learn about his journey. Join us in our future events and meet other passive investors. Visit https://simplepassivecashflow.com/events
Venturing out on your own and seeing how far you'll get is one way towards freedom, and it'll be easier if you follow the simple passive cash flow path.In today's podcast, we're joined by Eric, an entrepreneur who's used to building something on his own, and during the start of the pandemic, he saw the light of real estate investing. Listen and learn about his journey. Join us in our future events and meet other passive investors. Visit https://simplepassivecashflow.com/events Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Venturing behind the scenes of the best kitchens of the world and Dave's own decidedly uneven TikTok feed, Dave and Chris map out the best ways to navigate over-the-top marathon dinners, social media pseudo-experts, and several other perils of modern life—and then debate how and when the Wheel of Constraint might rear its spinning head again. Plus: Nobu water, temperance menus, surviving the French Laundry wine pairing, Kool Moe Dee, brutally hard canapé stations, bailing after the bread course, moonlighting in WWE, steak-prep superstitions, going to war with Gordon Ramsay, caveman artists, Max Verstappen, yam-shaming, onigiri stuffing, and imagining a world history fantasy league. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass, Cory McConnell, and Aleya Zenieris Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Venturing into unknown territory can be very difficult. We look around at what others have done or our lack of knowledge and become fearful. This fear grips us and stops us from moving forward. We must understand that fear will happen, but it's our choice if we will allow fear to control our momentum or embrace the fear and keep moving.This week, on the Leveraging Gifts Podcast, I spoke with a special guest, My mother, Francetine Inman-Dennard, a women's empowerment speaker, domestic violence advocate, writer, minister, and early childhood development expert.Francetine Inman-Dennard, M.Ed, is a Child Care Director and Early Childhood Development Expert. She focuses on teaching the next generation of leaders how to steward their emotions consciously. In addition to training those who work with young minds, Francetine empowers women to make a mark on the world by embracing all they are through her books, live streams, and monthly bible studies.Connect With Francetine: Morning Manna Devotional: https://amzn.to/3eDZBDOFacebook:@francetine.dennard | https://www.facebook.com/francetine.dennardAre you looking to go deeper into the community? Join the waitlist to be the first to know when Anquilla launches her new community for female Christian leaders and entrepreneurs looking to go deeper in mindset, faith, and personal development.Takeaways From This Episode:No Matter how crushed and torn we are; we still have good use. - Francetine Inman-DennardGive yourself the opportunity to make mistakes. - Francetine Inman-DennardFear is going to come. It's going to grip you, and it's going to try to stop you. Overcome the fear anyway. - Francetine Inman-DennardDon't worry about the outcome. Worry about what you produce. The outcome of it is on your master. - Francetine Inman-DennardWe can be our own worst enemies; we can have a false perception of what someone else thinks. - Francetine Inman-DennardIf God has a plan for you, you can't even stop you. - Francetine Inman-DennardI hear you, but I don't have an ear for you. - Francetine Inman-DennardWe call forth things good, bad, or indifferent. It's the power in your words. What you are thinking at the time you're down - will get you up or keep you down. - Francetine Inman-Dennard.There is a new episode every Tuesday. Be sure to subscribe, download, and share the show. You can support the show by donating here.If you haven't already, head over to Instagram and follow Anquilla for behind-the-scenes footage of show prep, strategy calls, and real-life moments of #momlife, #wifelife, and #entrepreneurlifeFind Me On Social Media:Connect with Anquilla on InstagramConnect with Anquilla on FacebookConnect with Anquilla on TwitterThe Podcast hashtag is: #Leveraginggifts
This week on the podcast we are joined by Mikkel Thorup. Mikkel is the founder of Expat Money, a #1 best-selling author, and a podcast host. After dropping out of school at 12 years old he started traveling the world as a teenager. In the last 22 years, he's visited over 100 countries, lived in 9, and circumnavigated the globe over 400 times. Since 2017 he has been working with private clients to move them offshore to legally save on taxes, acquire second passports and residencies, and invest in foreign real estate, agricultural land, timber plantations and other tangible assets. In this episode, Mikkel shares his travel story, what it was like traveling as a teenager, and how years of backpacking turned into living in 9 countries and starting a business abroad. He shares how he helps his clients at Expat Money and a few things to consider when it comes to moving abroad, and much more.Enjoy!**In this episode:**- How Mikkel was first introduced to travel- How Mikkel's travel life evolved as he got older and how he found work early on- Highlights of Mikkel's travels over the years- Knowing the signs of when it's time to move to a different country- What inspired Mikkel and his wife to move to Panama, where they currently reside- Venturing into business and client work and how it progressed- Founding Expat Money and an overview of what they do- Countries that provide good options for people that want to start traveling**Guest links:**Website: [https://expatmoney.com/](https://expatmoney.com/)Expat Money Summit: [https://2022.expatmoneysummit.com/](https://2022.expatmoneysummit.com/)
The Crown Killers are back! Venturing west to contact the Almeeran Elves to aid in the battle against Delnak the Outcast! While sailing, Drew misses his "girlfriend" and the rest of the party reflect on their recent escape from Megaris. Kei becomes cautious as the party quickly learn that their troubles are far from over... CAST Kei | Tabaxi Shadow Monk Jesui UnDue | High Elven Rogue Gunslinger Drew Eed | Ugly Human Moon Druid Shaavi Littlefoot | Halfling Assassin Aaron | Dungeon Master SOCIALS Instagram: www.instagram.com/dndvaliantodyssey Discord: https://discord.gg/HXdkzD9RAf Twitter: @OdysseyValiant Twitch: http://twitch.tv/valiantodysy MUSIC CREDIT: ASKII Productions
You have what it takes to reach your goal, But what goal do you want to reach? Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner, and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy podcast, shares even more learnings from events he attended. In this episode, we learn more about what the most successful entrepreneurs have in common, along with a big misconception about working in the healthcare industry. Stay tuned until the end for an exciting announcement. 3 KEY POINTS: There are infinite opportunities out there. Start a business you're passionate about. Learn more from those who are ahead of you. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: Jason came from the Funnel Hacking LIVE Conference with several influential guest speakers and an amazing community. Jason's goal is to create an awesome event similar to the Funnel Hacking LIVE Conference but inviting other entrepreneurs and business experts in the healthcare space. If you want to join the Funnel Hacking LIVE Conference, get your tickets early as the conference gets sold out every year. One of the common themes for all speakers was that they were all experts focusing on just 2-3 things. There's more to your career than just focusing on healthcare. Venturing into healthcare is at least just as challenging as venturing into entrepreneurship, where the rewards are more abundant in entrepreneurship. Find a business you can start that you can be passionate about. There's so much opportunity out there waiting for you and you have what it takes to obtain that. Stay tuned until the end for an exciting announcement. TWEETABLE QUOTES: "One key thing you can do is look at those who are a few steps ahead of you, deconstruct what they've done, and implement it for yourself." – Jason A. Duprat "The community that can be developed at an in-person event is tremendous." – Jason A. Duprat CONNECT WITH JASON DUPRAT LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram | Youtube Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Join our Facebook group: jasonduprat.com/group RESOURCES Want to become a Ketamine Therapy provider? Enroll NOW in The Ketamine Academy course: www.ketamineacademy.com/presentation Sign up for one of our free business start-up Masterclasses by heading over to www.jasonduprat.com/freemasterclass Have a healthcare business question? Want to request a podcast topic? Text me at 407-972-0084 and I'll add you to my contacts. Occasionally, I'll share important announcements and answer your questions as well. I'm excited to connect with you! Do you enjoy our podcast? Leave a rating and review: https://lovethepodcast.com/hea Don't want to miss an episode? Subscribe and follow: https://followthepodcast.com/hea RELATED EPISODES: #280: GROWING YOUR NETWORK & STAYING ON TOP OF EMERGING TRENDS IN THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY #237: TACTICAL TUESDAY: THE VALUE OF HIGH-LEVEL MASTERMINDS: SHIFT YOUR MINDSET, OPEN YOUR EYES & KEEP LOOKING FORWARD #212: TACTICAL TUESDAY: SURROUND YOURSELF WITH LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE TO GET IN THE RIGHT MINDSET #HealthcareEntrepreneurAcademy #healthcare #HealthcareBoss #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #podcast #businessgrowth #teamgrowth #digitalbusiness
Ellison "Tommy" Thompson, CEO of the St. Kitts Tourism Authority, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about St. Kitts' new brand campaign that builds on the island's distinct characteristics while introducing elements of introspective self-discovery and intention to differentiate St. Kitts from other Caribbean destinations. For more information, visit www.visitstkitts.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Dr. Garth Hatch is an endodontic specialist who served in the U.S. Army Dental Corps for 7 years. The military got his feet wet in real estate when they moved to South Carolina and bought their first house. After a year, they rented it out and bought another house. Then they found a foreclosure in Georgia, rehabbed it, lived in it, and rented out the basement. Eventually, they sold that house and pocketed $75,000. That started his journey to achieving success in private practice and real estate.When he was in the military, he used his downtime to educate himself and read books about business, growth, and marketing. His lifetime goal was to own a business, so he got out of the military and started his private practice. Despite making many mistakes and facing challenges in the dental market, Dr. Hatch grew his business by 60% in the first year. Because they had grown so fast, many people came to him for advice. And so he launched a consulting business called Dental Specialist Institute, LLC. Listen now to learn more about him and how he achieved success as a doctor and entrepreneur!Key Points from This EpisodeStudying dentistry and training in the military.Getting into real estate.Purchasing his first property.Serving in Germany for three years as Chief Endodontist.Leaving the military and starting his own practice.Growing the business by 60% in the first year.Buying a 33-acre cherry orchard and doing farming for four years.Starting a consulting business called Dental Specialist Institute, LLC.Venturing into commercial real estate.Joining GoBundance Mastermind in 2021.Purchasing four single-family units, a short-term rental, and two more properties.Investing in mobile home parks.Dr. Hatch's mindset is to focus on the business that makes you money.Dr. Hatch's advice to medical practitioners who want to start their business, real estate, or other passive income. What's next for Dr. Hatch?Links Mentioned:The Millionaire Real Estate Investor Paperback – April 7, 2005 by Gary KellerTraction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino WickmanWho Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamworkby Dan Sullivan, Dr. Benjamin Hardy, et al.All-In PodcastBiggerPockets Real Estate PodcastWealth Formula podcastDr. Garth Hatch's contact no: 509 378 0376Dr. Garth Hatch's emailThe main sponsor of our podcast is Rx Real Estate Investment. They make everything we do possible, and our conversations and interviews would not be available without their support. If you want to diversify your retirement portfolio and get into commercial real estate investing, working with Rx Real Estate Investment may be a great match for you. Check out the website at www.rxrei.com.
116: In Venturing into Venture Capital, Ketul Patel, investor at Headline, joins host William Glass to discuss his journey into the venture capital world. Ketul shares how he was drawn to technology and innovation at an early age. His curiosity led him deeper into the startup world where he joined a family member on the investing side. After finding some initial success, Ketul had to pivot his investment philosophy and joined a large global venture capital firm. Follow the Silicon Alley podcast wherever you get your podcasts. __ Visit SiliconAlleyPodcast.com to become a guest and sign-up for the newsletter. Follow on: - Instagram: http://bit.ly/SIliconAlleyIG - LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/SiliconAlleyLI - YouTube: http://bit.ly/SiliconAlleyYouTube Our Sponsors: Ostrich provides a financial habit-building app that helps you build a strong financial foundation. When you first join Ostrich you'll receive your Ostrich financial health score that shows where you are today and how you compare to your peers. Get your Ostrich financial health score for free at https://www.getostrich.com Wicked Bold Chocolate is a vegan chocolate brand using just 3 natural ingredients in its chocolate. Delicious, natural and get 15% off using the promo code: SiliconAlley go to https://www.WickedBold.com About Ketul Patel: Ketul started his career working in startups. He joined Jet.com after it was acquired by Walmart, and he joined Paxos before it became a unicorn. In 2019, he launched a tech services investment firm called Eximer Capital. Today, he's an early stage investor at a global venture capital firm, Headline. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ketulpatel1 Silicon Alley is a Financial Glass Production --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/silicon-alley/message
Charles is in charge of new business development and venture capital investment in Henkel Adhesive Technologies. I admire his approach to sustainability and packaging, and with his years of experience and knowledge, I think it's something worth paying attention to.On this episode, we'll talk about:How did Charles end up in his current position at Henkel?What have been some of the most significant changes or advancements, or types of challenges that he has witnessed during the last 30 years?Plastic BankDoes he believe that any of the plastic producers or brands should be involved in developing a more robust waste system to deal with the waste that they are partially or entirely responsible for producing in the first place?What is he most excited about or where does he think the greatest innovation will come from as we are looking at the current situation and looking toward the future?What are his thoughts on reusable or refillable packaging options that are becoming popular?Has he kind of seen that gap as well between the interest and the desire for change, but the reality is significantly less?With the desire for more sustainable packaging and cleaner earth, what does he think the future is going to look like? What is a mass balance?Sequestration issueDr. Charles W. Paul, Vice President – Technology, Henkel Adhesive Technologies, is responsible for technology assessments for M&A and Venturing, and supports Open Innovation within North America for the R&D teams.Since joining Henkel in 1988 he has held a number of positions within R&D. His experience covers almost all categories of adhesive and wide ranging applications: from jet engines to hair spray, polyimides to starch. Chuck holds over 50 US patents and coauthored numerous publications including five book chapters on adhesives.Chuck has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley, College of Chemistry.For more information and to explore other episodes, go to www.ppcpackaging.com/the-packaging-brothersFollow PPCPackaging on social media! :arrow_down:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pacific-packaging-components-inc-/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PPCPackaging/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppcpackaging/?hl=enWebsite: http://www.ppcpackaging.com/Find out more about Charles:Website: https://www.henkel-tech.ventures/Email: email@example.comLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/charles-chuck-paul-35a37018The views and opinions expressed on the "Packaging Brothers" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. This podcast is an independent production of Packaging Brothers, and the podcast production is an original work of the author. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2022.
Thank you for joining me for this episode of Venturing Deep! In this episode, we will be talking to Mitch Brooks. Mitch is the Co-General Partner of High Street Equity Partners where he invests in pre-seed and seed stage startups alongside his fellow General Partner, Tristan Wilkerson. High Street Equity Partners defines itself as a next-generation investment company that operates at the intersection of purpose and profit in the 21st-century economy. Mitch and his partner Tristan bring a fresh, new outlook on investing that is warranted in the startup world and beyond! Venturing Deep On TwitterVenturing Deep On InstagramFollow Mitch Brooks Follow Ama on TwitterFollow Ama on Instagram
What is the wonderness? It is kind of like going into the wilderness of wonder. It is this wild place where ideas are untamed, in their natural element and as you come across them, there is a beautiful surprise in the discovery. A lot of art is simply noticing something. If you can see something interesting, simply by paying attention to things that go unnoticed by others, you have found a connection to your artistry. To explore something that often gets overlooked is a wonderful way to end up creating magic. Join us for a conversation where we dig into all of this. …If you enjoyed the episode please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast, SHARE it with friends and check out our website for further access… — www.wayoftheartist.com —
It is time for another episode. I am Heneka Watkis-Porter, the host and creator of The Entrepreneurial You podcast. Welcome back to my regular listeners and a special welcome to you if you are tuning in for the first time. Last week I had a great time with Ricardo Allen of One on One Educational Services. Man, what a story of inspiration. Can you imagine walking to school bare-footed and having guineps for dinner? It is surely not about where you start but where you want to go. This week, I am talking with another long-time colleague who was a sponsor of The Entrepreneurial You radio edition via Vein Centres of Jamaica. We were also competitors on a reality TV series vying for capital for our businesses. Before I bring him on, let me thank those who make the mare go. They continue to support The Entrepreneurial You: Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd, The National Peoples Co-operative Bank of Jamaica Limited, Profit Jumpstarter, and The Jamaica Stock Exchange whose podcast, The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, is hosted and produced by me. Do give it a listen as well. My guest on episode 280 of The Entrepreneurial You is Javette Nixon. Javette is the Founder, Chairman & CEO of Seaforth Holdings Limited a diversified investment and holding company which focuses on impact investing and the development of emerging businesses & social enterprises. Seaforth Holdings' portfolio companies currently include Point Global Marketing Limited, Esther Ventures Limited, and Esther Finance Limited. Javette is also a director of Vein Centers of Jamaica Ltd and the Social & Economic Alliance for Development. Opening business Tip courtesy of the National PC Bank of Jamaica: Get Organized - successful businesses are built on organization. This can either make or break your business. Without organization, tasks can pile up and you can lose valuable money and time. PODCAST REVIEW: Great Variety of Guests! Love all the different backgrounds and skill sets your guests to have! You do a great job interviewing them and definitely got my creative juices flowing. Epamir, USA If you write a review, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know so I can shout you out right here on the show! Today's Money Tip, brought to you by Profit Jumpstarter: Have Realistic Expectations: Try to be realistic with your investments. Don't expect to become a millionaire overnight. You may earn reasonable returns on your investment, but you have to give your money time to grow. What's your standout moment? Send us your feedback at email@example.com or on social media @henekawatkisporter. Remember to follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app or connect with me for all things Podcasting at henekawatkisporter.com According to the Scriptures: "But if anyone does not provide for his relatives, and especially for members of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever." 1 Timothy 5:8 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-entrepreneurial-you/message
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An extraordinary experience and story from one courageous and wise prepper!!From her book Miracle in the Mountains, available on Amazon:"At 19, Marta walked away from the university to answer a deeper calling from the wilderness. Trekking alone for months, amidst the vast, potent beauty of the northern mountains, nature taught her directly about life, death, and reality.While immersing into the depths of the wild, she survived harrowing near-death experiences and was gifted divine glimpses of humanity's future. Venturing deeper into the Canadian Rockies, Marta worked with 2 indigenous hunting guides, 15 horses, and a malamute wolfdog. They traversed hundreds of miles into some of the Earth's most pristine remaining wilderness areas...Her website is spiritual-prepper.com.Check out www,drheatherherington.com to look inside my upcoming book, Transforming Trauma, a drugless and creative path to healing PTS and ACE. Launching September 29, 2022 worldwide...Hammersmith BooksSupport the show
Join us in this conversation with Stephanie Mitchell. Steph is a Corporate Wellness Provider who found clarity in her purpose by channeling her corporate life and natural ability to attract and build large-scale events into meaningful work. She uses all her gifts to bring wellness, mindfulness, and all the care she wishes to have received during her 9-5 life into Atlanta's corporate world. Stephanie is also a certified yoga instructor and owner of the successful mobile yoga studio, The Rolling Mat. For over 10 years, Mitchell has provided her leadership and coaching expertise to companies in Atlanta and beyond. She leads engaging Wellness programs for more than 4 corporations in the city of Atlanta and provides her strategic mindfulness mentorship program at conferences and retreats worldwide.These easy-to-implement, multi-level wellness programs are structured to meet your company and employees' needs. She offers workshops to coach employees on techniques to boost focus and formulate next ACTION steps for your business/employees, guided and specialized yoga sequences designed to reduce stress and burnout, and off-site support through her virtual library of classes, training, and healthy lifestyle practices.Tune in!Segmented timestamps:[00:00] - Episode intro and a quick bio of the guest; Stephanie Mitchell [01:19] - A bit about Kyle's backstory and how she got into what she does[02:51] - Venturing into corporate wellness to positively impact the world[04:52] - How taking her services online in the wake of COVID-19 was a game changer[08:03] - The process she uses to create customized client offers & the impact it has created on the business[11:11] - Strategies to market services & ideas that are physically difficult to quantify their ROI[15:16]- Changes Mitchelle has encountered when helping her clients build their brands[17:49]- Practical superpowers that Michelle's program can achieve[22:02] - Michelle's approaches to making decisions that she shares with us today[24:24] - How to reach out and connect with Mitchelle[25:34] - Episode wrap-up and calls to actionNotable Quotes: “It becomes easier to impact the world positively when you have clarity of who you are, your potential, and your purpose.” ~ Noah Scott“Understanding the WHY behind what you do will carry you through hard times.” ~ Stephanie Mitchell “Before settling a decision, ensure you've written the pros and cons.” ~ Stephanie Mitchell Reach Stephanie at:Website: https://www.therollingmatadventure.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-mitchell-rolling-mat/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rollinyogi/Linktr. ee: https://linktr.ee/rollinyogiGet more from The Big Possible show:Website: https://www.thebigpossible.com RSVP for our next epic retreat here Follow us on social: @follownoah @thebigpossible
Venturing off into something that is unknown is always scary. Whether this is starting a business, investing in a new asset class, or trying a new strategy, uncertainty can lead to discomfort. However, it's outside of our comfort zones where the most learning and growth happens. This is simply part of the process. When it comes to your finances, having the ability to be both financially offensive and defensive is key to having your financial needs met and surpassed in this ever changing economic climate. Today's guest, a former Silicon Valley executive, has demonstrated that leaving your comfort zone can yield beneficial results in investing and life, even if you don't see it immediately. Today's guest is Spencer Hilligoss. Spencer is a full time investor and former operations leader who walked away from a lucrative career of 13 years across 5 high-growth Fintech companies. Spencer is now focused on Madison Investing - a passive investing group with hundreds of members actively deploying capital with Madison's vetted sponsors and deals in high-growth markets across the US. During the episode, we talked about what it was like working in Silicon Valley, the downsides to Hustle Culture, and the lack of retirement planning many high earning professionals face in today's corporate world. We also discuss goal setting, why it's essential that you leave your comfort zone, and the common fears many people face when they are starting out in real estate. If you're looking to strengthen your investing mindset and break some paradigms, this is the episode for you! Connect with Spencer: Website: https://www.madisoninvesting.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shilligoss/ If you want to download our FREE 5 Mistakes New Investors Make Playbook, go to www.donisinvestmentgroup.com/playbook. Follow Us: @donisbrothers on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook @Donis Investment Group on Linkedin Website – www.donisinvestmentgroup.com
Mike Harrison used to be a regular conventional corporate guy who was comfortable in the stability and predictability of following the status quo. Venturing outside of his comfort zone, he added an unknown element of chaos to his life by investing in real estate and retired earlier than he ever thought possible! The quality of the rest of your life is on the line…are you willing to let go of mediocrity and make a change? Click to Listen Now
So there's W2 employment... And then there's self-employment. How do you make that jump? Our guest Jamie Tipton is the founder and principal of Clutch City Medical. His experience across a variety of organizations in the industry gives him perspective on working for the large strategics, early commercial stage startups, and small business ownership. According to Jamie, amazing things happen when you cut the safety net and walk out on the tightrope. Your professional partnerships reach new levels of depth, you see opportunities others don't, and you find out what you're truly made of. Join us as he recounts the magic of finally having an idea worth struggling for. In this episode, you'll learn: Why helping integrate a new therapy into a practice is 70% of the job How to spot and avoid the dreaded “B.S. Yes” Exciting opportunities in the interventional pain space The necessity of partnering with a competent business advisor Plus, we discuss why having one or two committed people in your corner is all you need to build momentum. Resources from this episode: Download the Behavior Change Blueprint Social Media: Connect with Jamie on LinkedIn Connect with Zed on LinkedIn Connect with Clark on LinkedIn
Alan gives a special Bonus Training Monday. In today's episode, Alan shares why - for most inventors - licensing is more lucrative than venturing their inventions. Learn 3 key rules that govern venturing versus 3 key rules that govern licensing your product for success. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.alanbeckley.com Membership: www.alanbeckley.com/IHI350
After completing his master's degree, Eric Davis went out into the workforce but still felt as if he wasn't living the life he wanted to live. Venturing into financial services helped to give him exactly what he was looking for – financial freedom. • Being big on accountability. • Playing with fear, play on. • Discovering different rolls. • How systems allowed him to expand team and staff. • Probing questions to find the best insights. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [2:49] Making ends meet. [11:25] Turn 40 years of work into 10. [18:55] Get caught up in that draft. For priceless insights, check out WEIDELONWINNING.COM To stay in touch with me follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larryweidel/ Facebook: https://bit.ly/34c4Ul1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/larryweidel Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larryweidel/ Subscribe to my Youtube channel for more! https://www.youtube.com/c/WeidelOnWinning