The first eleven chapters of the Bible show us why things go wrong in our lives. Genesis 12, which also happens to be the chapter that changed the world, shows us how we can begin to reverse those problems. Are you ready to get serious about defeating your struggles and start moving in the right direction? Join us for the ride.
Erledigst du anstehende Aufgaben sofort oder gehörst du vielleicht auch zu denjenigen, dessen To-do-Liste fleißig länger wird? Was ist es bei dir, was du somit lieber vor die herschiebst — vielleicht die Steuererklärung? Klarer Fall von »Aufschieberitis«
Wie ermittle ich am besten das Potenzial eines neuen Produktes am Markt? Warum ist die Kundenerfahrung mehr als das reine Produkterlebnis? Und wie kriege ich alle Einflussfaktoren in den Griff, um eine optimale Customer Experience mit einem optimalen Markterfolg zu kombinieren? Die Schätzung verlässlicher Absatzpotenziale für neue Produkte ist eine hohe Kunst und die Qualität der Prognose von vielen Faktoren abhängig. Zudem sind es nicht nur die Produkteigenschaften selbst, die über den Erfolg eines Artikels im Markt entscheiden, sondern natürlich auch - neben dem Preis - vor allem die Verfügbarkeit und Platzierung im Handel, also am Point of Sale – mit allen Nebengeräuschen wie Regalplatz, Beleuchtung etc. Ein nicht unwesentlicher Teilbereich der klassischen Marktforschung beschäftigt sich historisch schon lange genau mit dieser Thematik. Durch reine Befragungen lassen sich allerdings nicht alle Einfluß- und Störfaktoren für die Kaufentscheidung vollständig beherrschen. Vor kurzem wurde mir ein Startup aus Österreich empfohlen, das ich mir unbedingt anschauen sollte, weil es diese Problematik unvorbelastet und auf völlig neue Art und Weise in den Griff bekommen hat. So kam ich zu meinem heutigen Interviewgast, Thomas Perdolt, Geschäftsführer und Impulsgeber von go2market, das mittlerweile auch in Deutschland vertreten ist und weiter international expandiert. Wenn Thomas von seiner Idee und der Umsetzung erzählt, lässt das die wenigsten Menschen kalt. Hier brennt jemand für seine Vision und deshalb habe ich mich sehr gefreut, dass er diese Vision heute mit uns in CX-Talks persönlich teilt. Mehr Informationen zu Go2Market gibt es hier: www.go2.markets Mehr Informationen zu Thomas Perdolt hier: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-perdolt-baba6b162/
With this episode we begin a new series, Our Father. What is prayer? How should we pray? Why is it hard to pray? How often should we pray? What good is prayer? In this series we will tackle these questions and more. . . . Continue reading →
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This weeks episode we chat about ways manifestations fail and how to override them. We talk about being able to trust the Universe is still working in your favor even when things aren't going your way. We explore ways to not deep dive into negative emotions when everything seems to be failing you. I chat about manifestation from a lack mentality and how to avoid it. If this episode resonates with you, or you feel inspired to share with someone you know make sure to tag me @nicholeeaton.xo on Instagram and spread the word. It's also helpful if you leave a positive review on Apple Podcasts or Itunes. Links: Book A Session: https://nicholeeaton.com/products/a-la-carte-session Learn More about the Comeback Course: https://nicholeeaton.com/pages/the-comeback-course Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicholeeaton.xo Join my Rock Your Soul Community www.facebook.com/groups/rockyoursoulclarity Visit My Website www.nicholeeaton.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nichole-eaton/support
On this episode of The Dr. Cloud Show: Rebecca wants to know some techniques for being more like herself in front of men she's attracted to. She gets anxious and becomes less of her confident self. Trying to reconnect with her passions in life, Collette, 65, is looking for tips to start her journey of self discovery. Margot started a fast friendship with a guy. She says it's not romantic. They're close but he's backed away and she doesn't know why. How can she find out why he's gone cold? He's not open about it. Are you having difficulty with trusting someone you're close to? Maybe you're trying to rebuild trust but you get set back by reliving what happened. Is this person worthy of giving your trust to in the first place? We have a two hour live workshop coming up on Trust! It's on February 21st. If you can't attend live, don't worry! All purchases include endless streaming access to the recording and the outline. https://www.boundaries.me/trust Get a free 14 day trial to Boundaries.me with over 90 video courses, daily coaching emails and more. We've got courses on codependency, finding safe people, dealing with a narcissist, and over 90 other courses. You'll also get daily coaching videos delivered to your inbox--short 2-4 minute videos that give you one thing to do that day to build your way to a better version of yourself. We've also got a members-only support community on the site where you can discuss what you're learning, and get support and share support along the way. It's a free two-week trial, cancel at anytime, and only $9 a month after that. https://www.boundaries.me
LLN (1/21/22) – Marty Ellis is deep in the heart of Texas, hearing some skepticism about a weird-bordering-on-nonsense left lane proposal and the latest from Tesla. Also, there are lots of ways you can pretty up your rig, but few things have as much impact as paint. However, whether it's a traditional paint scheme or something more ornate, Bryan Martin of the Chrome Shop Mafia says you now have an option – vinyl wraps. And OOIDA says a change in standards for truckers with a vision impairment in one eye will help experienced, safe drivers to stay on the road; meanwhile, new cross-border entry requirements are about to go into effect. 0:00 – Newscast. 09:43 – Paint vs. vinyl. 23:55 – Left-lane nonsense and Tesla. 38:34 – Vision standards.
In today's episode we are chatting about creating a vision for your life that inspires YOU. A vision that is so crystal clear you can almost taste it! :) This is the 2nd step in the Peace and Productivity Method and one that should not be overlooked. I am sharing my method to create a clear vision statement, one that will encourage and inspire you- even on the very hardest days. Grab a pen and paper and let's dive in! Connect with Sarah Website: https://www.yoursimplybiglife.com/ Facebook Group Website: https://www.yoursimplybiglife.com/ Instagram: @Your_simplybiglife Peace and Productivity Planner: https://your-simply-big-life.myshopify.com/products/2022-peace-productivity-planner
Episode 135 : Hold The Vision Trust The Process In this Episode, I about how I intend to Hold The Vision and Trust The Process through everything. Legacy, Footprints, and Timing that has helped me withstand longevity. I wanted to speak some life into everyone who comes across this episode. I push out content and motivation even when I'm not feeling the best. Things still have to get done. I hope this motivates you or gives you a glimpse of hope that you are on the right path and that it's gonna be okay. You can check all 7 New Products & Pre-Orders here: https://etsy.me/31x1YBL this is a limited quantity so once it's gone it's gone. I will release a new image every month. It's still January lol Birthday Wishlist : https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2VDG04M79TM2W?ref_=wl_share ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Coins And Connections | Books, Business and Bullshit. Learn, Listen and take away Lessons from an ultimate Side Hustler and Business Motivator. Cinquanta is an Author and Entrepreneur that takes you on a journey of discovery, real life situations, interviews, educational content and the most important part is She teaches you how to snatch some coins right from your home and in your spare time. Subscribe & Share ‼️ Love You More Than I Love This Podcast! Show Notes: http://cinquantacoxsmith.com/episode-135-hold-the-vision-trust-the-process/ Sign Up With Printful : bit.ly/PrintfulCC Podcast & Video Editing Software Descript : descript.com?lmref=vhoeNA Creative Fabrica : https://www.creativefabrica.com/ref/413424/ Book Bolt : https://bookbolt.io/209.html IG: instagram.com/cinquantacoxsmith Twitter : twitter.com/smileyquanta_ Snapchat : smileyquanta Facebook : Cinquanta Cox-Smith www.facebook.com/cinquantacoxsmith Pinterest : Smileyquanta www.cinquantacoxsmith.com www.coinsandconnections.com Email : email@example.com Courses: www.gumroad.com/cinquantacoxsmith Check out my YouTube Channel Here: www.youtube.com/smileyquanta Want to learn how to self-publish your own book? Order my new Book How To Self-Publish Under $100 Here: http://amzn.to/2cgLu62 Audio Program ©2022 – Coins And Connections, LLC. – All Rights Reserved – No reproduction or use of this content is permitted without the express written consent of Coins And Connections, LLC. Sponsorships: on for this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coinsandconnections/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coinsandconnections/support
Fractional Integrator, Casey Gromer, joins me today to have a conversation on the difference between mission, vision and passion. Casey is a 20-year business and marketing expert. As an MBA (and mom to littles), she is widely regarded as a go-to source for visionary women entrepreneurs who dream of building businesses to run without them. She is passionate about creating a more equitable landscape for women in business and working to remove common barriers that hold them back. Casey hosts Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, encouraging women to forgo stale, inflexible business advice and adopt more workable ways of running their business while still achieving success. As founder and Fractional Integrator at SHE-Suite Boutique, Casey currently serves women entrepreneurs in an advisory role. Under her leadership, clients have scaled their businesses while working less and spending more time doing things they love. 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Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show Sarah: [00:00:00] [00:01:00] [00:02:00] [00:03:00] [00:04:00] [00:05:00] Hi, Casey. Good to speak to you today. I'm looking forward to our conversation after the conversation. We just, Casey: sometimes those initial conversations are the most interesting. Sometimes I'm like, I wish we would have hit record. Sarah: Exactly. We need to kind of do a, you know, bonus conversation. Yeah. [00:06:00] Release that after. But yeah, today we're going to be talking about. Difference between vision and passion. You kind of made this, your expertise in a way and help you know, female business owners with that Casey: bigger vision. And, Sarah: and so, yeah, I want to start right there because it does, those are two big words that we Casey: hear a lot. Sarah: But in fact, maybe we haven't actually stopped to think about, well, what do they mean? And what's the difference between the two. So can you enlighten us? Casey: What's the difference? Yeah. Okay. Well, so first of all, The work I do. We talk a lot about working with a visionary business owners and for anyone who has not heard this term, I'm, what's called a fractional integrator and a fractional integrator comes into a business. With the business owner or the visionary business owner. And our job is [00:07:00] to take someone who is a very big picture idea person with lots of passion. And I, and I like a forward thinking, you know, we're tagging creative personality types, those people, traditionally, aren't very organized and they're not they're a little bit scattered and they are amazing. And what I started to notice is that I was taking calls from people who would say they wanted to work with an integrator. And so we would start diving into the work, which one of the first things that we do when we start working together is to create what's called the business blueprint. And part of that business blueprint is articulating your vision, your mission and your values. And one of the things I recognized. In some cases, we were having a really hard time getting to an actual vision. And so I noticed that there is a difference [00:08:00] in some cases between an actual vision and just having a passion for something. And so. One of the differences between having a vision and having a passion is that a vision is typically something, first of all, is forward thinking, right? So you're looking out into the future at something. And when you have a vision, one of the ways, you know, it's a vision is your. I see the future. And you're able to tangibly describe what that future looks like after you are successful. So a vision traditionally involves changing something. So maybe we're changing. You know, we're changing our customers or we're changing our community. We're changing the world, the planet, whatever we're making some sort of change to the way. Things operate. And a lot of times that vision might have some sort of social responsibility attached to it or making people's lives easier. And in any case, that's what a vision is. [00:09:00] Now. When someone comes to me, And has a hard time articulating what that future vision looks like. That's when I know we have a passion and a passion can be something that we feel really strongly about, and we just maybe don't really know or understand where we want that to go. And that doesn't mean it's bad, or you don't have a business. It just means that your approach to the business is a little bit different. Versus, you know, if we have a vision and we, we definitely have like, there's an end goal in sight. And as the integrator, we're D we're defining what those steps are to achieving that end goal. And that's how we operate. And with a passion, we don't necessarily, we still have goals a little bit, but they're less aligned to what the future looks like. I'm more aligned to what it looks like achieving this passion that you have. I Sarah: love that. So it's really like vision is the big picture, future oriented and kind of tied to maybe something external of your [00:10:00] business, not just internal or personal. Absolutely. And then the passion. Yeah. You know what we usually understand on their passion. It's just something that you're very passionate about. And it doesn't mean that it's attached to the future or, or to something external that, and then you also brought in this other word, which is mission. And I think I might've been confusing vision with missions. It what's the difference between vision and mission and how. Casey: You know, and they're so closely tied together that it can I do that even still sometimes. And you'll know a vision because there is a future state. So when you're articulating a vision, you're describing like, you're, you're like what's a movie I saw recently where it was a future movie, but you're basically describing the state of the world as it will be. Yeah, 10 years from now or 20 [00:11:00] years from now, or a hundred years from now, or whenever, you know, that vision plays out. And a mission is more of, this is the focus that my company has to achieve that vision. And if I can use an example of really. I'll use my own vision. For example, we are very centered on lifting up women in leadership. We want more women leading companies. We want more women leading countries. We want more voices in that place of leadership. And so one of the one of the things I wrote down in my. My description of what my future would look like is hello, Madam president. So in the United States, we have never had a woman leading the country or a woman president. And so if you think about your mission and achieving that, My company, she, sweet boutique is not directly going to be responsible for putting a woman in the president's seat. Like that's not our focus. However, the [00:12:00] work that we are doing is going to change the way that people view women and women's voices. So what is our focus going to be to make that happen? And so our focus is really on leading. Women owned businesses. And so that is how we are going to be lifting up women's voices in leadership and making it more normalized to see a woman leading a seven or eight figure business. Sarah: I love that. Yeah. That, that makes a lot of sense. That kind of difference. I can't guarantee that I won't mix them up again, but it feels like I understood passion really well. Mission and vision. Yeah. I see the future in the vision because that, you know, it's kind of in the word where the mission is like, well, what am I going to do? It's kind of like a more next steps for vision Casey: is oriented thing. Yeah. And don't feel bad because you know [00:13:00] what, that still happens to me sometimes too. Cause I'll be talking to a client and I'll have to stop and think. Are we talking like vision? Are we talking mission here? And the most important thing is not that it's like, I mean, there's, there's a lot of gray area here. And I think the most important thing is the purpose of having a mission and vision is to keep everyone, keep you focused and moving in the right direction and keep your team focused and moving in the right direction. So as long as those vision and mission gives your team members a clear sense of here's what we're here to accomplish. And here's how we're going to go about doing that. Then I think, you know, let's not split hairs. That's a cliche term that we use. Sarah: Talk about that then, because once we have the. Do we need those, you know, typical vision or mission statements that everybody talks about and are these helpful for companies or what's the Casey: alternative? Yeah. Yes, they are helpful. And I think we [00:14:00] need to, a lot of us need to change the way we're thinking about vision and mission. What I find is a lot of companies articulated vision and mission and they, and they articulate it in a way that is It's like a marketing tool for them. So I I'm, you know, you can probably understand that where, oh, if we have like this vision and mission that people really connect with or, you know, it resonates with them and that's not, I mean, that should be that your secondary motive for creating a vision and mission. So the primary motive is internal based. We, so we use something called the company persona and the company personally. Basically your vision, mission and values, and the importance of having these as creating context for your team members so that they are looking at your business as if it is a person, right. We're trying to create personal, personalized, or personified qualities in the business. So that as [00:15:00] we're thinking. About making decisions or talking on behalf of the company, we're thinking in our head, like, who is this company as a person? What do they think? What do they believe? What do they value? How do they respond? How do they act? How do they interact? And so it, it really brings the company to life and that's the importance of having a vision and a mission is you're, you're changing from thinking. As a company or thinking in terms of intangible thinking, in terms of things like profits or money or dollars or sales or customers in your thinking, like what, you know, like what is this person and what is our goal in life? Yeah. Sarah: And I'm sure that applies, even if you're a one person company, it just becomes much more personal. Yes. Yeah. And another big Casey: word that just came up for me is purpose. [00:16:00] Yeah. Sarah: That probably all fits in there. Where else? Casey: Well, right. Yeah. We use purpose and vision interchangeably. So sometimes I use purpose because I think it's easy. Like it's a word that we use more often and we understand it, like in our minds, A lot of sense, like, oh, I know what purpose is, purpose means this. And so if you think of your vision in terms of this is your purpose in life, then it makes a lot more sense. And the same thing goes for mission is we use, sometimes we use mission and focus. Interchangeably. So once you know your purpose, then what is your company's focus? Like how are you narrowing down what it is you're delivering to the customer or to the audience that is kind of leading you or contributing to the achievement of your purpose in some way. Sarah: So before you mentioned this kind of gimmicky approach to vision and mission statements where you just [00:17:00] put it out on your website and then you're like, okay, check. We did that. And so now are, you know, website visitors can see that we have such a good vision and mission. And so you would actually not recommend to have it on Casey: the website at all, or what. No for sure. I mean, for sure you can put it on the website. I'm just suggesting that. Instead of looking at your vision and mission statement through the lens of how are people going to perceive me? You look at it through the lens of what are we looking to achieve. So do that first, right? Because you have to be able to articulate to your teams and to your people. Okay. what is my purpose here? What am I doing before? You're going out to customers. And the other reason that this is really important is that your, what you're putting out to your customers has to align with what you're doing as a team. So if your vision says [00:18:00] one thing, but your actions. Don't align with what that vision is. There's a big disconnect and you're actually going to create a bad experience for customers. And, you know, they're going to be like, well, this isn't, this, isn't what the company is telling me about themselves. And so I don't trust them anymore. Yeah. The Sarah: same thing applies to like these sustainability messages. Everybody is kind of just throwing on their websites now without actually, you know, having a team dedicated to it or doing the real work and being at home. Casey: Held accountable as well. So you can't do that. Otherwise it Sarah: just doesn't, you know, Casey: you Sarah: can't even, even for me now, this phrase, you know, we want to change the world. I'm like, yeah. Casey: We all do, but show Sarah: me, what are you doing? You know, I think it's going to be in the [00:19:00] next 10 years. I think it's going to be much more people want to actually see actions, not just here, beautiful phrases. Right. And Casey: that's where that deeper Sarah: work is, is Casey: required. Right. You know, and that's one of the differences in how, how I approach this pro. This tool, this process and how a lot of companies are approaching it. And one of the things I mentioned earlier is context, and you can have a vision and mission, right? And it can be a great vision and mission, but there has to be used some context behind it, because if you've ever gone to a company's website or if you've ever worked for another company and they're like, Hey, okay, we've checked the box. Here's our vision. And you look at that vision and, and you think to yourself, That's awesome. I have no idea what that means. So it's missing a lot of context. And so the company, you, even if it's just you working with yourself, are you working with a couple of [00:20:00] people? That context is really important because we have to understand the story behind. What does this mean? Why is this important? How does this look in. Operation. Right. And so that's where the vision, mission and values work really hard together because the vision articulate the future, the mission describes what you're doing to contribute to the achievement of that vision. And the values is here's how we are living this out day to day. So you mentioned, you know, the sustain stainable company. I had a very similar situation with a client where we had these sustainability values, but yet when we're going to make decisions about the business, we weren't prioritizing, like when a team member would prioritize something sustainable, it would get shot down because of cost or, you know, implementation or execution. And that's great. And we have to find a different way to contextualize [00:21:00] what we mean by sustainability. Let's spell it. What does sustainability mean to us and how are we able to deliver on that versus just saying we're going to deliver. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. So true. You have to first understand it before you can make it your vision or your mission. Right? Because sustainability is one of these terms that we just kind of use left and right. Right. Casey: Yeah. Everybody has their own definition. So, absolutely. And your values is something that you're in your employees or your team members are going to be using, or you should be using every day to make decisions. Does this decision align with my values? If it doesn't do I need to change my values or do I need to do. My decision. Sarah: Yeah. So before you mentioned the, that you're working with people who are not the, you know, how did you call Casey: it integrators? Yeah. Yeah. So they're more like, okay, Sarah: they have the big [00:22:00] passion. Of course they have probably the vision. Casey: And so how you help them with the Sarah: vision and the, and the values, the mission. Do you still work with a business plan or where does it then become. Programmatic and let's roll our sleeves back Casey: to work. Yeah. Yes. So the very first thing is, you know, that vision, mission values and the, we toss some other things in there, like knowing who your target market is and understanding your value proposition. Those are all very important too. And that's all great. And we need to have that. And then kind of where the breakdown is just like, how do we turn this into. Reality, how do we make stuff happen? And so that's where the business plan comes in and the vision is an integral part to that because the vision is like, okay, if this, if 10 years from now, we're looking at, you know, 50% less carbon emissions, I'm making up a vision statement. Now, [00:23:00] 50% less carbon emissions. And we're looking at biodegradable plastics. And we're looking at whatever that, you know, vision is that that looks like. The plan is. What's the first thing, what's the first thing we need to do to make that happen. And so you break that down into, you know, you're not going to go from zero to 10 years from now in a quarter. So we break it down into an annual goal or an annual plan and then a quarterly plan. And, and the hardest part I think is just figuring out what those next small steps are to help you get closer to. That fishing that's where the business plan comes in. Yeah. Sarah: And it sounds like the small steps we call them goals. Right. And sometimes we confuse our goal with our vision. Yeah. It's again, it's not the same. The goals are really this small and probably more pragmatic steps. It's like, here's [00:24:00] what we need to, and oftentimes what we use there as the smart, you know, they have to be measured. Somehow so that we can actually say, yeah, we achieved this Casey: goal Sarah: or not where the vision, well, right now we don't know if we're going to achieve this vision because it's Casey: in the future. Right. Great. And for, and for some business owners, especially if you're a very visionary business owner, That, that is the hard part. I can't see that path. I can see the future, but I can't see how I'm getting there. And that's when it's kind of helpful to partner with somebody who sees the world a little bit differently than you so they can say, all right, so here's where you need to focus next. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. I think, I can't remember the, the, the book where the. He, I think it's an author who talks about this difference between the visionary and the integrator. Casey: There's a Sarah: [00:25:00] about that, right? Yeah. Casey: Well, since you're on video here is it. Yeah. Sarah: Rocket fuel. Yes. That's Casey: it? Yeah. Can you just have the awesome, yeah. Yes. This is called rocket fuel and it's got, it's a dual author. It's Gino Wickman, and Mark Winters, and they talk a lot about Their theory is there's actually two people at the helm of a business and not just one and some of the traditional models you're seeing, you know, just one person who's the CEO and then all the people underneath. And I think what Gino, Gino, Wickman and Mark Winters discovered is that a lot of the CEO type people are not. Cut out. That's not their, their zone of genius to lead people and manage companies. There's zone of genius is future thinking big innovation. Yeah. Yes, yes. And those people, as we understand, like Albert Einstein and, you know, some of these other geniuses [00:26:00] is they have these great ideas and they're just not very good at executing them. And so they're suggesting. If that's the type of person that you are. There's two people at the helm of the business and one is the the innovators and then the other person is the get things done, person. And then when you pair them together, it's like yin and yang. And you have like this whole person who is then going to catapult this company into success. Yeah. Yeah. I love Sarah: that. And that's why if, if we're alone in our business, it's just always helpful to work with a coach who, who sees you from the outside and who can kind of. Maybe you have the vision, and I'm not saying that the coach is going to have the vision for you, but the coach is going to help you get to that vision or have an even bigger vision for you that maybe Casey: you can't even see. Yes. I was just going to say, you know, for, as a fractional integrator, we work with bigger businesses, [00:27:00] you have teams and if you're a solo person and you're in this kind of visionary, Dilemma of, I have this idea. I'm not sure what to do with it. Next, a coach is the perfect next step to help you break down that vision into here's where you need to focus next kind of kind of a thing. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. Cause I do feel that some, I sometimes work with clients who have. A lot of great ideas. Right. And then oftentimes, because they're also the door, they start telling us too many different things and then we need to really kind of like focus it back. And then I think you mentioned that as well, focus, you know, like what are the, the Casey: three Sarah: things that you're going to focus on to get to that vision? Because otherwise you spread Casey: yourself too thin. Exactly. You won't get there. Yeah. Yeah. And just to be clear, you know, if you are someone who's working by yourself, just know that as you grow and get [00:28:00] bigger and expand those problems, don't actually change. So I think the term is different level, different devils, so it stays the same. So there's a lot of CEOs of companies that have that same struggle that those of us who are a single solo business. Hap so we're all people. Yeah. Sarah: And on the other hand, so we talked about the coach, but another idea of course, is to get help in the execution. So you work with a, you know, a virtual assistant or you will hire a team member and then they do more of the execution. So you get to have more space to do the big thinking. Yes, Casey: absolutely. Yeah. For someone who is kind of a innovator or a very, I like to call them creative thinkers because that's really who they are. Some type of assistant, whether it's a virtual assistant or an executive assistant can be an amazing. First hire for you because they are [00:29:00] basically an extension of you only organized. So yeah, that's a definite way to take a step towards getting things done and getting them off your plate. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. I love that. Yeah. So there's this question in my head that I keep thinking, well, can you actually have a business without a vision or a vision statement? You know, Casey: how would that look like? Yeah. And you know what? I can't remember exactly what episode it is, but I have a podcast called female founders, breaking boundaries, and I have an episode on passion. I think it's called passion is not a vision or something like that. And it talks about the difference between passion and vision. And it gives some examples of how you do have, or can have a. Based on passion and not vision. And there's a lot of very successful businesses today who are based on passion and not vision. Not every business's out to change the world, right? Sometimes you're just [00:30:00] capitalizing on an opportunity or you've recognized a gap in the market and you're doing that. And, you know, an example might be. I'm making car parts. I mean, I don't know how many of your listeners make car parts, but you know, it's kind of a straightforward thing. We're going to go to work. We're going to make car parts. We're going to make some money. We're going to pay some employees. Now you could have a vision right. With your business, or you could also just go to work and I'm really passionate about help, you know, making cars last longer. And so that's what we're going to do and that's perfectly fine. And it works. Yeah, it's just the way you structure organized and operate day-to-day is just a little bit different than if you are a vision oriented company. Yeah. Sarah: I'm glad you say that because, because my Mandalah of humane. It doesn't have vision in it. And so I'm like, oh, but I sometimes call my people. I created a new word called vision Casey: near. So it's like a [00:31:00] Sarah: pioneer slash visionary, but there is no vision in the seven PS of humane marketing, but, but the passion, that's where we start and, and, and I think you're right. Some Casey: people, they Sarah: will have this vision on top of things and others, they will just find. Casey: You know, make Sarah: a business out of the passion or find passion in the business that there is what I, I think you can't, or it wouldn't be very sustainable and much fun to have Casey: a business without passion, right? Sarah: Where the vision. Optional and, you know, obviously great have it. Casey: Yeah. I was reading about your Mandalah and, and I love it. And it's, it's similar to a little infographic I created as well. Yours is, has definitely more spokes on it than mine does. And one of the things you might do. If, you know, at some point, vision does become [00:32:00] important is that the little center spoke you have there, that's where I've put vision. So if you do have a vision, that's really where it goes. It's the central hub of everything that you do. So you know, that's one way to think about it. So Sarah: for us, the, the center spot is, is, are. Ah, market from within then everything. Yeah, Casey: it looks that makes a lot of fairs too. I think in both ways, they're very similar because if you think of a vision, it does come from yourself, right. That is your vision. Nobody else has that vision. And that's what makes you the leader of the company is that you were holding that vision and it's, it comes from self. So I love it. I really, really dug for that connection there. That's Sarah: amazing. I want to quickly, before we start to wrap up also mention your marketing book because, you know, Casey: Have kind of this background in [00:33:00] marketing Sarah: and you wrote a book a fresh wave of marketing, an intentional approach to marketing for visionary CEOs. So tell us a little bit about that book and, you know, kind of knowing you now for almost an hour, I can tell that you kind of are part of our people. You think marketing definitely needs to be different, so. Tell us what this fresh wave of Casey: marketing looks like. Yeah. Okay. So before I kind of switched, focuses to becoming the fractional integrator person I was I was a fractional CMO and. One of the things that was happening to me as I was bringing on clients is that our expectations were not aligned. And so I started out this book, started out as a workbook, really for clients. So I would send this workbook to them so they could kind of get a sense of, this is how we're going to start this work. And when I was done with this [00:34:00] workbook, it was like, I don't know, 25,000, 30,000 words or something. Yeah. I'm thinking to myself, I could probably drop this on Amazon. And so that's how the book came about is everything that we've talked about in this episode today about your vision, mission values. And then, you know, there's some other components of what we call our business blueprint. The target audience. There's even some stuff in there about customer journey, which I know you just recently had an episode on customer journey, but it's all these components of marketing that make your marketing stand out and marketing is about relating to the customer and humanizing that relationship, which is, I think we get along so well. So yeah, you can grab that book off of Amazon and it's kind of a down and dirty. Like get your hands dirty and implement kind of things. So by, after reading the book, you should be able to kind of draft your own vision, mission values, [00:35:00] and get a head, start on, figuring out what kind of marketing. Makes sense for you. Wonderful. Sarah: Yeah, it's great. This has been absolutely delightful. Casey: Thank you so Sarah: much for coming onto this show. Do tell us where people can find you. Yeah. I think you have a free download as well to take this Casey: further you integrations of Telus all above. Yeah. Yeah, I am so passionate about getting the mission, vision values, right. That I haven't a lot of different places. So in addition to getting a fresh wave of marketing off of Amazon, I'd love for you to come over and visit the podcast at female founders, breaking boundaries. I'm on all the. Podcast platforms. And if you'd like to get a little background or have in writing more of what we talked about today, how to come out with your, you know, your ideal vision, mission, and values and articulate that you can go to our [00:36:00] email@example.com backslash humane, and we have, you know, a little worksheet to kind of guide you as you're thinking through your vision, mission values. I love that. Sarah: Thank you so much. And I actually do want to ask you two more things. If you don't mind what's your vision of the future of business? Like where do you see business change and evolve into over the next 10 years? We're kind of, I feel at this. Kind of fork, you know, I was like, it could even go that way or that way. So Casey: where do you think it's going to go? I'm like how long is this podcast? I can make a whole episode out of this, so I'll try to keep it really precise. For, for a long time now I've felt that there was this gap in the small business market. You have small business owners who are at a disadvantage. A variety of different reasons, which we won't get into on this podcast, but I've often [00:37:00] felt like this is where the future of our economy is, is in small business and making these small businesses successful as compared to these huge corporate conglomerates. And so I think the future of businesses heading towards ways to. Put more focus on small businesses for a variety of reasons for employees and employee benefits. I think small benefits for small businesses are, you know, going to employ. People people are going to be focused more on enjoying their job, enjoying their work. So whether you're an employee of a small business or a small business owner, people are going to be paying attention to the tr treatment and the work-life balance. And so I think that's kind of the future of small businesses is we're going to start trying to remove some of those obstacles and boundaries for business owners so that, you know, we have more options. People can. Not be required to live in huge cities in order to [00:38:00] get paid money to live life. You know, we're going to start spreading out and I'm doing more at different levels. Sarah: Yeah, that, that makes so much sense. Also what you just said about the cities. I truly believe that people aren't going to move away from these big, expensive cities and, and that's only possible of course, if there is employment in the smaller cities and towns. Yes. Unless we all do, you know, work from home, but. That might be a future addition or who knows. Maybe it will kind of be part working from home and partly going into the small business, but wouldn't that be wonderful. They would also be less Casey: traffic, less cars because yeah, we don't need to all be in the big city anymore. Right. And as devastating as this pandemic. Then I think one of the outcomes that we might, you know, be thankful for is that we've, we've always had this opportunity [00:39:00] existed with our technology today and the pandemic sort of forced a lot of us to consider different ways of looking at how we. Are employed or looking at how we run our businesses and now the hard part's over, we've figured that out. And so I think now there'll be more chance or it's going to be easier for us to look at it differently now that we've kind of gotten over the hump of figuring out how to make that work and how to use that technology. Yeah, totally Sarah: agree. Last question. What are you grateful for today or this Casey: week? You know, what I am grateful for? I am grateful for technology. So one of the things I talk about on my podcast is how women in many cases, shoulder, so much more mental load, that some of the things that. Easily to other people. We have to work a lot harder for like owning our own business because [00:40:00] I'm a mom and I am grateful for technology and the opportunity to run a small business so that I have the chance to take my boys to boy Scouts after school and to be able to take them to the dentist on Thursday and see. I'm still able to be a mom and run my business at the same time. I like that. Sarah: Yeah. Wonderful. Thank you so much for coming onto the show. It's been a pleasure to talk to you. Casey: Thank you, Sarah.
In this new episode of The Create! Podcast, Alicia Puig guest hosts an interview with Carla Bisong, who founded Bisong Art Gallery. Bisong Art Gallery is a fine art gallery located in Houston's historic Warehouse District. The gallery is a community venue, providing art collectors, art lovers, interior designers, non-profits and businesses the opportunity to buy original artwork created by emerging and mid-career artists. They exhibit a variety of mediums from paintings and photography to hand-blown glass and sculptures. We hope you enjoy this exciting interview about starting and running a creative business!
“Expand your vision, narrow your focus. This exercise is really powerful, especially when you're feeling stuck. Because oftentimes, we get stuck in this looking at the same wall.” - Tony Martignetti Welcome to this episode of Tactical Friday! In today's episode, Tony Martignetti is back to expound his thoughts on how we can get over the crippling overanalysis and step up to take action. By stepping back and tuning your vision, execution becomes smoother and more feasible. Tony is a trusted advisor, coach, experience creator, author, podcast host, and speaker. He brings together over 25 years of business and management experience, formal training, and extreme curiosity to elevate leaders and equip them with the tools to navigate through change and unlock their true potential. He loves guiding people to find clarity in their lives, so they are energized, fully present, and unstoppable. When leaders unlock their potential and lead from a place of inspired purpose, they impact and inspire everyone around them. He has dedicated himself to helping people live inspired lives. Before becoming the founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of Inspired Purpose Coaching, he was a finance and strategy executive with experience working with some of the world's leading life sciences companies. Along his journey, he also managed small businesses and ran a financial consulting company. Tony is the host of The Virtual Campfire podcast and the author of "Climbing the Right Mountain: Navigating the journey to An Inspired Life." [00:01 - 00:35] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! For the first part of my interview with Tony, tune in to last Monday's episode [00:36 - 08:50] From Battlefield to Boardroom: Tips to Getting Unstuck The action steps to get on the right track Don't panic. Take a step back. Expand your vision, narrow your focus. Future orientating Battlefield to the boardroom Much of what we are doing at the moment requires a tactical pause. Sometimes, it is about collaborating rather than competing. Combat against analysis paralysis Knowledge combined with action is key. It does not have to be perfect before you execute. Authenticity cuts through [08:51 - 10:47] Closing Segment Connect with Tony (links below) Visit his website, Linkedin, and more! Closing words Key Quotes: “Amateurs compete, and professionals create. So if you find a way to get beyond the competitor game, and instead think bigger and create with your competitors, whoever that may be, then what happens is you get to see a bigger game that you're playing.” - Tony Martignetti “You can collect all the knowledge in the world. But if you're not doing anything with it, then it really is useless.” - Tony Martignetti Connect with Tony Check out his websites https://www.inspiredpurposecoach.com/ (https://www.inspiredpurposecoach.com/) and https://linktr.ee/inspiredcoach (https://linktr.ee/inspiredcoach). Connect with him on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonymartignett1/ https://twitter.com/TonyMartignett1 (https://twitter.com/TonyMartignett1) and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/inspiredpurposecoach/ (https://www.instagram.com/inspiredpurposecoach/). Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes. Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by
Sorry to should you but we had to. Reflecting on being on a leadership retreat in Miami, Sandy & Wade share on how in person conferences have been instrumental to them growing their mindset and businesses. Timestamps: [1:08] Life before and after attending live events and conferences. [3:07] These events are not an expense, they are an investment in YOU. --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts
Frank McKinney is a true modern-day Renaissance man who pushed the limits of success in his every endeavor. His early years were not very promising: upon attending his 4th high school in 4 years (he was asked to leave the first 3), he earned his high school diploma with a 1.8 GPA. So, with $50 in his pocket and without the benefit of further education, he left his native Indiana for Florida in search of his life's highest calling. Today, Frank's life is a testament to the power of aspiration to create a completely new reality. As a real estate artist he has created and sold 44 oceanfront mansions on spec, with an average price of $14 million. Listen to The Tony DUrso Show on VoiceAmerica Influencers Platform every Friday at 2pm Pacific or listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or tonydurso.com/podcast.
SMMS #258 - With over 1 billion active accounts on Instagram there is A LOT of competition. When there is a lot of competition that means it is going to be very difficult for small creators to break through and stand out amongst the crowd. Being unique, bringing a new perspective, showing your true personality are all great tips for building a following, but today I will be sharing a different concept. In today's Social Media Marketing School episode, I will be sharing my top tips for standing out on Instagram and succeeding as a new creator. I will be sharing the concept of the 4 V's. The 4 V's are Vision, Visuals, Voice and Value. I hope this episode of Social Media Marketing School provides you with some actionable tips so that you are able to stand out amount the 1 billion accounts on Instagram, grow your following and succeed as a new creator on the platform. ------ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethanbridge/ Get a free one-month Skillshare premium subscription and check out my classes: Ethan Bridge - Skillshare BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A 5-STAR RATING AND REVIEW IF YOU ENJOYED THE SHOW!
David Meltzer is a former CEO of the Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency and the co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing. As he tells Tristan, a life experience he had has led him to a journey to inspire others to wake up to the lives they could be leading. Meltzer offers some clear suggestions on how best to do that. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Meltzer is a former CEO of the Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency and the co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing. As he tells Tristan, a life experience he had has led him to a journey to inspire others to wake up to the lives they could be leading. Meltzer offers some clear suggestions on how best to do that. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
„Wenn das klappt, was die vorhaben, dann ändert das alles!“ Sätze wie dieser gehören zu Marcus Behrendt, wie die Startups ins Silicon Valley. Das liegt aber nicht daran, dass Behrendt ein ausufernd optimistischer Geselle ist, sondern viel mehr an seinem Job. Für den BMW-eigenen Risikokapital-Fond BMW iVentures sucht er zusammen mit seinen 16 Kollegen nach Startups, die die Welt verändern wollen – und in seinen Augen auch das Potential dazu haben. In der aktuellen Folge des Moove Podcasts haben wir mit ihm darüber gesprochen, was die Autohersteller wirklich von den Startups brauchen und lernen können, wo die Startups Unterstützung brauchen und ab wann sich eine Investition wirklich lohnt. Außerdem sprechen wir über Technologietransfer, warum es für Behrendt kein Problem ist, dass Startups wie Soildpower (Feststoffbatterie-Technik) auch mit Ford zusammenarbeitet und es für ihn kein Verlust ist, wenn Tech-Riesen wie Intel sich Unternehmen wie Moovit einverleiben, in die BMW vorher investiert hat. Behrendt erzählt zudem von E-Fuels-Startups wie Prometeus und Werkstoff-Startups wie Boston Metall Er verrät auch, wie es ist im Silicon Valley keinen Tesla zu fahren, wie alle anderen Leute, wie wenig Startups es am Ende tatsächlich schaffen, warum zu viel Geld die jungen Unternehmen auch kaputt machen kann und nach welchen Regeln der Corporate Venture Capital Fond (CVC) BMW iVentures überhaupt in die jungen, aufstrebenden Unternehmer investiert.
Join me today as I discuss how you can become a Destiny Shaker.Being a Destiny Shaker is working with people that don't necessarily look like you. Tune in, like, share, and tell a friend.Always remember, You Deserve God's Best Because You Are God's Best!Want to start a podcast? https://www.podsinexcellence.com/piefam
Every year in January I wait to do this special Feminine Power Time session until the timing feels just right. This year, it was exactly just past the first full moon of 2022 (called "the wolf moon"), in the energy of the phase of the moon cycle all about initiating primal feminine power. Which is not about running into this year from fire like hit-the-ground running energy. Nor about mentally figuring it all out. Nor about waiting around for some new normal to settle in place. The wolf is a symbol of free untamed feminine power, the teacher who guides through action. It reflects to us the need and desire to maintain our independence and sovereignty while also living and working in our packs, with time to play, create ... and rest. I've been thinking of you all for the past two weeks and what would emerge to be shared on the yearly “Feminine Wisdom for The Year Ahead” episode. I always wait for the wisdom and focus to emerge ... which it did, yesterday during my morning practice. After weeks of being in my own reflection and visioning process, watching what's happening in the world, deepening in my own practice and listening for guidance from Wisdom with a capital W, once again, a series of ‘wisdom bytes' flowed out. It all popped out like a stew that had been cooking for weeks. That's letting the feminine lead, stillness then swiftness (which is a theme for this year especially, more on that). Tune in for this year's Feminine Wisdom for the Year Ahead, - 2022, a yearly occurrence here at Feminine Power Time. It's not about fortune telling, it's about reading the signs all around us, feeling the knowings within us, and then being WISE about what is happening in the world and how we desire and choose to show up. Feminine wisdom teaches us to prepare for the intensity, uncertainty, transformation and change that is just part of how the world is operating right now. Not to brace yourself for it, but to embrace it, pace yourself through it and cultivate the vitality, resilience and wisdom you'll need to stay elevated above the fray and the chaos. This year, we'll do this in a two-part series. Part one focused on the meta and part two the personal. Tune in with me, Christine Arylo, leadership advisor and women's leadership and empowerment teacher, as we dive in. See you there! Christine p.s. Come over to the Feminine Wisdom Cafe where women are sharing their dreams for the world and for themselves. We'd love to know and witness yours. https://community.christinearylo.com/posts/what-daring-dream-do-you-have-for-yourself-for-the-world ****** Upcoming Programs , Retreats & Trainings - Learn more 1. EMERGE 4-week Visioning Journey www.EmergeVisioning.com 2. Feminine Wisdom Way 2022 - Vision. Lead. Live. Succeed. the way women naturally work best. Enrollment open throughout January. www.FeminineWisdomWay.com Free Wisdom Sessions: 1. A Different Way to Dream & Succeed . www.FeminineWisdomSession.com 2. Year End Reflection Ritual & Power Pause www.ReflectionRitual.com RESOURCES: 1. Overwhelmed and Over It Book - www.OverwhelmedandOverIt.com ***
Dealing with cancer is a very challenging battle that no one deserves to go through. Cancer can affect not only your physical health but also your mental well-being. Living with it may not only give you depression and distress, but it can also cause struggles that impact life in general.As a parent, seeing your child suffering from cancer or any other illness is the most heartbreaking experience. Witnessing their pain doubles the amount of emotional pain we feel to a point where we'd rather be in their position instead. In this episode, we will talk about the bravery amidst the suffering of a little kid named Pio, who was diagnosed with a very rare disease at the age of five. We have with us Dr. Arthur Gallo, Dr. David Purger, and Dr. Jay Nathan to help us understand Clival Chordoma and how this can be treated. Listen to Episode 37 to learn more!Memorable Quotes:Art is really an important method for kids to express themselves. - Dr. David PurgerKids have a tremendous capacity to understand and have emotional capacity. - Dr. Jay NathanHonesty is really appreciated by patients and art medicine itself is an art. - Dr. Arthur GalloAll living creatures on the earth are interconnected. - Aedan Pio ZapantaAbout the Guests:Aedan Pio Zapanta is a 10-year-old artist diagnosed with Chordoma at the age of five. He is the ambassador of bravery to kids with cancer.Follow Aedan Pio Zapanta on:InstagramFacebookYoutubeDr. Arthur Gallo, MD, is a Medical Doctor and a Thoracic Surgeon at Philippine General Hospital and Chief Medical Officer at ABC's for Global Health.Dr. David Purger, MD, PhD., is currently a resident physician in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University and active in medical student mentorship, recently co-authoring an updated Medical Student Guide for Applying to Neurosurgery. Click here for his full profile.Dr. Jay Nathan, MD, specializes in degenerative spinal disease, cervical and lumbar disorders, and spinal tumors. Along with these, he is also involved in health policy, quality improvement and outcomes, and patient safety at a national level. He is also a licensed pilot and enjoys his quality time traveling with his wife. Click here for his full profile.About the Host:Dr. Jette Gabiola is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and the President & CEO of ABCs for Global Health. Click here for her full profile or read her full interview here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join this conversation as we discuss the global trends around the great resignation and what to expect at various business stages. This episode will be powerful for those who just started on their own or are facing a shift in the way they work. You might be changing hats from Founder to CEO, employee to entrepreneur. Powerful insights on what to focus on and more importantly, what mistakes to avoid, makes this chat with Stephynie particularly powerful. Stephynie Malik is CEO & Founder of SMALIK Enterprises (SME), a firm dedicated to serving clients globally who are in need of Executive Transformation, Crisis Management, and Business Consulting. She has also established a team of world class experts to ensure SME delivers the highest level of service and results to its clients globally. Her business career spans 25+ years in developing specialized knowledge, operational experience and reputation for achieving exceptional results, quickly. Listen out for: a brief understanding of global business trends with engagement The surprising truth of what happens when you start your own business Why gurus might not have the answer and not all are created the same What you will need to focus on as a self employed vs scaling organization Bonus: Listen to Stephynie's podcast, Spin it! Go to Sellingwithlove.com for video access to the show or directly to youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5VaR6Z3wfElWFZn64ugOBw New to Selling with Love Podcast? I'd love to connect with you. You can find me, your host, Jason Marc Campbell on the following Channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonmarccampbell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonmarccampbell/ *Selling with Love Podcast was previously known as Superhumans at Work by Mindvalley.
How does our upbringing affect how we see ourselves? Are there things that were said to you as a child that still replay in your mind? Does that keep you from moving forward and stepping into your unique path? The Docs talk about what it takes to face those inner voices and how they mentor others--New Episodes every Tuesday, available wherever you get your podcasts! Rate and Subscribe! Also, join us for our live streams on Facebook and Youtube!Sign Up for our newsletter here or at 3BlackDocs.com Please take a moment to fill out our survey so we can continue to bring you the content you love! Join the Conversation! Follow us on social media!3 Black Docsfacebook.com/3blackdocstwitter.com/3blackdocsinstagram.com/3blackdocsYouTube.com/3blackdocsDr. Karen Winkfieldfacebook.com/drwinkfieldtwitter.com/drwinkfieldinstagram.com/drwinkfieldDr. Zanetta Lamarfacebook.com/drzanettainstagram.com/drzanetta
Other than your golf swing, the second most important aspect about golf is how you look. That's no problem for Stephen Malbon, founder of Malbon Golf, a golf clothing/lifestyle company. Stephen has used his past relationships to help he and his wife, Erica, build the brand into what it's become today. With trendy looks and unique partnerships, Malbon has positioned itself as one of the better known golf apparel companies in existence. Check out this interview with Stephen Malbon as he discusses his journey in life and how he keeps striving to grow and challenge himself both on and off the course.We are happy to have Mr. Stephen Malbon on today's episode of Chasin' Birdies. Founder of Malbon Golf, his vision and execution has landed him in a top spot within the golf apparel world. If you haven't yet, check out Malbon Golf right now!As we open up the interview, we learn that Stephen is actually on the golf course chasin' birdies while doing this interview. We ask Stephen some basic questions about his upbringing and how he got into the clothing industry. His love for golf started at a young age while growing up on a hog farm in Virginia Beach.We ask Stephen where his inspiration for his company has come from and how he used his past interests in art and sculpting to land himself a role as an Art Director at age 20. While he was learning a lot on the job, he launched a publication called Frank151 pre-internet which was a physical magazine that worked with thousands of artists. All of this bundled together helped him launch Malbon Golf.We turn the tables and ask how he stays on par with his ever evolving ideas. Using social media such as Instagram keeps the pressure on with respect to what he needs to do, what he should do, and how that turns into creating more work. He likens owning or starting a business to being madly in love with a person who others may say isn't a ‘fit' for you. After Stephen strikes a 4-iron down the center of the fairway, we continue talking about golf, business, and other activities that he enjoys. It's apparent his relationship with his son, Remington.We end the show with our standard Tap-In Segment where we ask Stephen a few questions that demand his quick witted response. This interview with Stephen was not only fun but very informative. Keep chasin' your dreams out there, people. We hope you enjoyed this episode of Chasin' Birdies!Key Links:Visit hbgolf.com for great golf apparel now repped by Chasin' Birdies.Stay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Bettinardi GolfProud partners with Nemacolin Resort.-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.
Art and Sean talk about a robot that gets a lot of action. Sean is on the podcast network Pulp 2 Pixel which can be found here. Art is also on Creepy Critters, Over Innsmouth, and Into the Rewatch podcasts. You can help by donating to Patreon. Find us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok as @alphabetflight or at the Hodge Pod Facebook Group.
Life is just plain hard sometimes, isn't it? You put so much time, energy and effort into your goals and the things that matter most to you, but you lose steam. You lose the motivation and momentum because it just got hard. Today, we talk about why this happens, and we give you practical steps you can take in your every day to keep pushing through - feeling empowered and confident. Don't forget to subscribe, share this podcast with a friend and visit us at mindoverchaos.com and claudinesweeney.com for more resources.
This weeks lineup:Warmup SegmentListener Question; My 10 year old daughter hits the ball consistently, but with no power. What can I do? (@10:44)Does not playing high school ball impact recruitability? (@13:58)Incorporate some vision training in your schedule. (@20:06)Building player's confidence. (@25:01)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/everythingfastpitch)
This week I am chatting about a planned wait and see attitude birth with a birthing person who opted for an epidural at 8 cm dilated and a planned unmedicated birth who experienced PROM and needed a little push to get her labor going naturally. Both were beautiful, non-traumatic, low-stress, low intervention births. And, that is my forte! I hope these short stories help you plan and prepare for the birth you want. Join Birth Story Academy today and let me be your virtual doula for all of your online childbirth education! BirthStory.com This episode is sponsored by AnjaHealth.com. Use code BIRTHSTORY for $100 off.
In this day and age of influencer marketing and social media, eyeballs is what it's all about? How you do gain attention and keep it? How do you find those who are interested in what you have to say and show? Why do some people have all the success while others do not even though they put in the work? Listen and find out!
There are SO many delightful new faces in my community, thank you for joining me on this Spiritual Journey of entrepreneurship, Work & astrology. Recently I've really stepped into what feels like an elevated + more impactful way of contributing star-wisdom to you. Over the coming months, I'll be sharing my VISION of what I see possible through our Work. For now, I wanted to introduce myself to those who don't yet know me and reveal something new to those that DO know me. Lastly, an invitation for you to step more fully into your unique star powers using your natal astrology.
TODAY's MESSAGE: Part 4 of a 5 Part Series Listen as Joe shares on the 8 Things No Kid Should Leave Home Without. Whether you are raising children of your own or you left home without these skills, you can learn and grow by listening! Self-Worth, Vision and Self-Esteem are just a few of the subjects that Joe talks about! Listen to these practical truths about God's plan for your family. JOIN THE FAMILY Sign-up for the Daily Devotion with Joe to get tips, clips, and more tools to help you build a strong marriage, family, and life using God's Word. Click to JOIN THE FAMILY. WAIT... (You can also join us online) Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Find us on Pinterest Like us on Facebook Follow Joe on Twitter
Matt Rasch, international missionary and church planter, and current Director of Every Nation Campus in Europe, joins in this episode for a trans-Atlantic conversation! We talk about outreach to international students, planning for short-term mission trips that support local ministry, and long-term missions. Matt also shares a number of supernatural experiences he's had throughout his life and ministry. This episode with stretch your faith and expand your vision!
This week on Deeper Well, Brian, Pete, Dan, and Kortnie dig a little deeper into our pathway for discipleship, which is Know, Grow and Go. This episode we will explore what it means to truly know God and make Him known. We hope you enjoy! Don't forget to subscribe and share with a friend!
Timestamps: [1:10] Four lessons from baby Cameron. [2:10] #1. Patience. [3:54] #2. Being present. [5:56] #3. Flexibility. [7:28] #4. Priorities. --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts
There probably isn't a business leader that would argue having a vision is not important. A vast majority have written out a vision statement, created a document, or at least have elaborate plans mapped out in their heads. The problem is, how do you make your vision a reality? In this episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Erica shares our best tool for bridging the gap between your current reality and your big vision and making your vision a reality. In this episode, you'll discover— 3 barriers to making your vision a reality What to do if your vision has digital cobwebs on it Our #1 vision tool for bridging the gap between the present and future vision If you're wanting to revive your business vision, dust off the digital file cobwebs and turn your vision into a powerful tool that becomes a reality, we'd love to work with you! You can apply for the Accelerator program at www.clockworkaccelerator.com
durée : 00:03:04 - Géopolitique - par : Pierre Haski - La demande de révision des accords militaires franco-maliens est à l'examen, se contente de dire Paris. Mais la rupture du pouvoir militaire malien avec l'ancien colonisateur est consommée, Paris est le bouc émissaire de l'impasse politique.
Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/415061-jackie-hill-perry-wrong-gods-holiness.html Jackie Hill Perry joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share why the holiness of God is far more beautiful than we often think it is. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-churchleaders-podcast/id988990685 ChurchLeaders brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on faith, ministry and leading the church. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive content. Visit ChurchLeaders Website: https://churchleaders.com Find ChurchLeaders on Facebook: https://facebook.com/churchleaders Follow ChurchLeaders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChurchLead Follow ChurchLeaders on Instagram: https://instagram.com/churchlead/ Follow ChurchLeaders on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/churchleaders/
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Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!! I feel like I ended 2021 crawling to the finish line. (Anyone else?) I felt completely burnt out, so I did a few things: I took the last month off and I hired a business coach. It honestly has felt like therapy. I decided to record our first session and share it with you. I got real, I also got defensive at times, I cried, and reached some real breakthroughs. I want you to have a raw and unedited look into my life, my career, my process, and what makes me tick and where I'm stuck. And hopefully in the process… you can experience some breakthroughs of your own. LEADERSHIP Who inspires you? Who do you think is the greatest leader of all time? Who do you think is the greatest leader living today? Is there a person in your own life– friend, mentor, coach, family member– whose leadership has impacted you greatly? Now, how would you rate your leadership on a scale of 1-10? If you were living at a 10, how would your life look? What would be different? Similar? What would you let go of? What would you be doing? How would you be being? For all of the above…ask yourself: WHY? Tease these questions out. Sit with them. Process. Dig deep. Living in the Gap There's reality. Then there's our goal, vision, hope, dream– whatever you want to call it. In between the two there's a gap. In the gap lives: fear, failure, comparison. We get to decide whether or not we allow the gap to inform or define us. (I've often let the gap define me). My Book Launch I was told that my goal should be to sell 40,000 books. After 8 months, I am close to 10,000 book sales. I felt like I have done everything I can to sell this book. I felt like a failure. But then I spoke with friends and found out that the typical book sells 5,000 copies in its entire life cycle. Reflection Questions Where are you playing small in your life? Who are you when you don't get what you want? Are you letting the gap between your vision and reality define you? Take It Further Johan and I are hosting a vision casting workshop together on January 26th at 8:30pm EST. You can sign up here. Resources Sign up for my 2022 vision casting workshop with Johan here. Join Patreon to hear next week's episode right now: “How I went from $7 a day to a 6-figure book deal” and to get access to monthly group coaching calls with me! Listen to my 2021 reflection podcast episode here. Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc
James & Haley discuss Commitment, which is the first Key, and the foundation to seeing success in any area of your life. James is giving you the tools to get you from where you are to where you want to be. His story started out as hopeless, but over time he learned a set of keys that helped him unlock every door that was stopping his life from going forward. Those same keys will work for you no matter what you're facing. The keys are not magic, they're just simple truths that are easy to understand and apply. Join James for a journey into the unknown… out of what is and into what could be…More from James & Haley:Cooking with Chef James K Jones (YouTube Channel)Cooking Guides & Team Jones StoreCookbook by James K JonesChef James K Jones InstagramThe Straight Outta Prison Podcast The 4Real Reel Podcast Narrowing The Gap Podcast Team Jones InstagramStraight Outta Prison InstagramFor exclusive, ad-free content, download the Patreon App, and look up Team Jones Media. Or, head over to Team Jones.co/podcast and click the “Become a Patron” Button.Please Support our Sponsors. They help us provide this content for free. Alec Priola -NMLS# firstname.lastname@example.org/apriolaAssurance Financial- Equal Housing Lender NMLS# 70876Dana Sorensen Real Estate TeamRE/MAX Northern Properties205-563-7432Hand's Pest Control- Mike & Debra Hand205- 229-0514 email@example.comFacebook PageHurst Towing and Recovery -Lynn & Debbie Hurst205-631-8697 (205-631-TOWS)https://hursttowing.com/Deidre Tolbert Designshttps://www.instagram.com/deidretolbertdesigns/ 205-746-5328Crossfit Mephobia - Hayden SetserCrossFitmephobiainfo@gmail.com256-303-1873https://www.instagram.com/crossfitmephobia/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast)
If you're ready to hear a life-changing, vision-defining story of gratitude, then you're in the right place. John Israel is a friend and entrepreneur-turned-speaker who has redefined success in his unique niche of the industry. After serving for nearly a decade as the leader of a strategic gifting company, John found himself with a message of gratitude that holds the power to impact client and employee attrition. In this episode he's sharing his journey to defining the problem he solves and the vision he's committed to living out. He unpacks the social experiment that changed his life and why it's important to find your right audience and then teach them (rather than sell to them)! John also talks about why free events are the way to start and how strategic marketing and a willingness to pivot are essential in this industry. THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW: The competitive advantage in gratitude Why experimenting, pivoting, and flexibility will help you find your niche Teaching vs. selling, and why it matters! Why you must find the right audience Understanding the problem you solve Why you must be true to your mission And so much more!
Everything changes when we picture our organization upside down, with the CEO bearing the weight at the bottom and pushing vision up through the organization to the customer. Back in September 2015, Frank Blake and I discussed how and why this approach creates vision that will stick. As we enter 2022, this approach is more relevant than ever. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.