In dieser Episode ist Engineer Manuel Mendes Teixeira zu Gast, der im Hörspielstudio XBerg arbeitet, die unter anderem auch die Hörbücher von Sebastian Fitzek produzieren. Im Podcast gibt Manuel uns einen Einblick in die Hörspielproduktion und dokumentiert, worauf es bei der Sprecherauswahl und den Recordings ankommt, wie Foleys entstehen, was es im Satz zu beachten gibt und wie die Hörbücher gemischt und "gemastert" werden. Viel Spaß beim Hören! ➡️ (00:06:52) - Manuel Mendes Teixeira ➡️ (00:15:03) - Hörspiel-Konzeption ➡️ (00:18:37) - Sprechersuche ➡️ (00:20:45) - Recording-Szenerie ➡️ (00:24:01) - Mikrofonposition ➡️ (00:25:03) - Mikrofonauswahl ➡️ (00:27:43) - Sounddesign mit Foleys ➡️ (00:35:11) - Editing & Satz ➡️ (00:38:26) - Mixing ➡️ (00:42:16) - Mastering ➡️ (00:43:50) - Unterschied zur Hörbuch-Produktion ➡️ (00:54:33) - Typfragen ➡️ (00:55:48) - No Gos ➡️ (00:56:30) - Referenztrack-Empfehlungen
Hi, Spring fans! In this installment, Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to Flowable founder Joram Barrez (@jbarrez) about workflow, business process management (BPM), decision management, rules, and so much more
Rob Sylvan is a workflow genius! Having taught for Adobe, Canon and Kelby One Rob is adept at teaching any audience even if it's Ron and Jason! Join the guys as Rob discusses tricks and tactics working with the most recent software, how he sets up his workflow and tricks that may work for you.
Hi Wizards, This Noemi and Today I'm happy to share with you a checklist I have compiled based on my own mistakes and mistakes I see the past 3 years of managing my PPC. I hope this checklist will help you take charge of your account and be the best version of yourself when it comes to PPC management . From goals to system, here's a system that will help you focus on what is your purpose and what's important whether it be profitability or scalability. So listen in as I guarantee you catch a nugget or two. In This Episode:[00:35] Free Checklist [01:50] Top 3 mistakes you could be making by managing your own account [04:35] Difference between goal setting and system thinking. [06:20] How to create a PPC system. [04:00] Scalability [09:50] Checklist Checklist Reference: shor.by/ppc-checklist Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/
During the latest Brands Talking Influencers fireside chat, How to scale your influencer program via testing, was sharing influencer marketing insights from Natural Dog Company.During the live portion, we discussed how they leverage their creator community for content to repurpose across multiple marketing channels, building brand awareness and acquiring new customers. We also touched on:Workflow best practices.How to test with purpose.Finding creators at any stage of an influencer program.While we had a live Q&A, there were too many questions to go over, so we're bringing those unanswered questions to the GRIN Gets Real podcast.Put your air pods in, turn up the volume and get ready for those unanswered questions with Emma Ecklin from Natural Dog Company.
Learn how to create content pillars to keep your content on-brand.Creating content can feel overwhelming when you don't know what to talk about. Using content pillars helps: Create cohesive on-brand messages Keeps you relevant to your target audience Helps build your authority and trust Makes you more efficient in your creation process Helps move your target audience toward a sale It's a fast easy exercise to do that has a lot of benefit. Music: Tuesday, by Sascha Ende, Music.io
Howdy folks, who's enjoying Apple's new battery percentage indicator? No one? This week on Rocket we're discussing the cloudy future of Unity after an acquisition offer by AppLovin, as well as review workflows and our FAVORITE NEW ESPORT.
In dieser Episode sind Arne Neurand, Engineer, Producer und Betreiber des Horus Sound Studio, und Janosch Rathmer, Drummer der Band Long Distance Calling, zu Gast. Mit ihnen sprechen wir über das Drum Producing zum aktuellen Album "Eraser". Die beiden erklären, welchen Stellenwert die Drums im Songwriting hatten, dokumentieren den Recording- & Mixing-Prozess und sprechen außerdem über ihre Philosophie: Ohne Samples einen natürlichen Sound erzeugen! Viel Spaß beim Hören! ➡️ (00:00:00) - Arne Neurand & Janosch Rathmer ➡️ (00:09:33) - Rolle der Drums im Songwriting ➡️ (00:10:55) - Vorbereitung des Drummers auf Studiosession ➡️ (00:14:30) - Definition des Drumsounds ➡️ (00:21:01) - Vorbereitung der Recordings ➡️ (00:30:14) - Mikrofonierung ➡️ (00:35:37) - Natürlicher Sound vs. Samples ➡️ (00:42:41) - Editing von natürlichen Drums ➡️ (00:45:54) - Mixing ➡️ (00:54:05) - Kommunikation mit der Band im Mixing-Prozess ➡️ (00:57:42) - Typfragen ➡️ (00:59:10) - No Gos im Studio ➡️ (01:02:19) - Referenztrack-Empfehlungen
Wenn wir an das Baugewerbe denken, sind Effizienz, Schnelligkeit und Einfachheit nicht die drei Schlagworte, die uns zuerst einfallen. Stattdessen denken wir an eine Reihe von Bauprojekten, deren Fertigstellung Jahre oder Jahrzehnte dauert. Sei es der Traum vom Eigenheim, eine neue Sporthalle für einen Verein, die Renovierung von Schulgebäuden, der Ausbau von Autobahnen, der Umbau von Bahnhöfen oder der Bau neuer Flughäfen. Dass die Baubranche zu den wichtigsten Wirtschaftszweigen in Deutschland zählt, zeigen die Zahlen. Laut dem Statistischen Bundesamt betrug der Umsatz des Baugewerbes im Jahr 2020 rund 151 Milliarden Euro. Auch in den Pandemiejahren 2020 und 2021 erwies sich die Bauwirtschaft als stabil und stützte die deutsche Gesamtwirtschaft. Auch unser heutiger Gast, Sander Van de Rijdt, Co-CEO und Mitbegründer der Plattform PlanRadar, kann die Relevanz der Baubranche während Corona bestätigen. Während die Nutzerzahlen in den ersten Wochen zu Beginn der Pandemie leicht zurückgingen, verzeichneten die Verantwortlichen kurz darauf einen starken Anstieg mit höheren Nutzerzahlen als je zuvor. PlanRadar ist eine digitale Plattform für Dokumentation, Aufgabenmanagement und Kommunikation bei Bau- und Immobilienprojekten. Ziel des 2013 gegründeten Unternehmens ist es, Arbeitsabläufe und Prozesse über den gesamten Lebenszyklus eines Gebäudes zu optimieren und den Workflow aller Projektbeteiligten durch den effizienten Austausch von Informationen zu vereinfachen. Kernfrage heute: Löst die Digitalisierung des papierlastigen Baugewerbes eine neue Revolution aus? Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter: Website: www.planradar.com/de/ LinkedIn Sander Van de Rijdt: linkedin.com/in/sander-van-de-rijdt-6b0366a3 LinkedIn Tilo Bonow: www.linkedin.com/in/tilobonow/ Weitere Folgen von Business Class: @tilobonow Gästevorschläge oder Kontaktaufnahme via E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Dies ist eine Podcast-Produktion von PIABO PR.
Haben Sie schon den ersten Teil von "Selbstheilung" gelesen, click Wie gesagt, Selbstheilung ist ein Prozess, der unserem Körper und unserem Geist natürlich vorgegeben ist, der aber (zumindest bei geistigen Leiden) aktiv geführt werden muss. Was sich im Übrigen zu einhundert Prozent mit der buddhistischen Lehre deckt, Buddha erklärte immer wieder, dass die Krankheiten des Geistes aus dem Ego kommen, aus überzüchteten Ängsten, Sorgen und sinnloser Selbstfolter, wenn wieder die Gedanken (unkontrolliert) anfangen sich zu verselbstständigen. Aber macht eine solche Vorgehensweise (Selbstheilung) für Sie überhaupt Sinn? Haben Sie die Willensstärke, die Leidensfähigkeit und den passenden Charakter? Um bei den Worten Buddhas zu bleiben, es wird so kommen, wenn es so kommen soll! Als erstes Zwischenziel müssen Sie einen Plan aufstellen, ohne Plan geht gar nichts. Dieser Plan sollte umfassend sein, ähnlich einem Bauplan für ein Haus oder ein Hotel, alle wichtigen Eckpunkte umfassen. Anders wie bei einem solchen Haus-Plan kann Ihr Selbstcoaching-Plan immer wieder verändert werden, jeden Tag, jede Stunde. Um so einen Workflow zu erarbeiten benötigen Sie die Fähigkeit, Ihr Leben schonungslos zu analysieren, also auch die Leiden des Augenblicks zu betrachten. Sie können eben nicht vor dem Schicksal davonlaufen, Sie müssen das Hier und das Jetzt so betrachten, wie es eben ist, nicht so wie Sie es sich wünschen. Sie sind alt und krank, dann ist das so. Sie sind nicht sehr schlau, dann müssen Sie damit leben. Sie sind übergewichtig, damit etwa müssen Sie nicht leben. Sie sind abhängig (Alkohol, Drogen, Sex, Macht oder Geld), das können Sie ändern. Unter was leiden Sie? Nach dem Lehrer aller Lehrer (Buddha) basteln wir uns unsere Leiden selbst, alles steuern wir mit unserem Ich, das eben vom Karma geprägt wurde. Wenn wir also beschließen mit dem Leiden aufzuhören, dann ist das "der erste Teil des Plans zum Nirvana", den man gerne eben auch Selbsttherapie nennen kann. Wollen Sie sich verändern? Dann machen Sie es doch einfach! Die Methode für eine Heilung Ihres Selbst ist die Lehre des Buddhismus, die gerade bei den Störungen der Geistestätigkeiten einhakt. Diesen muss man sich zwingend stellen, ein normaler Arzt kann hier allenfalls begleitend helfen (zu Risiken und Nebenwirkungen fragen Sie besser sich selbst), denn kein Arzt der Welt hat genügend Zeit für Sie (die durchschnittliche Verweildauer eines Patienten beim Arzt in Deutschland beträgt ca. 5 Minuten). Trotzdem müssen Sie sich informieren, sich eine Meinung bilden vor Sie loslegen. Gerade im Netz gibt es unzählige Ratgeber zur Selbstheilung, suchen Sie sich das Material zusammen, welches für Sie Sinn ergibt. Lesen Sie hier in den nächsten Tagen weiter zum Thema "Selbstheilung". Der Weg ist gerade dabei das Ziel! Copyright: https://shaolin-rainer.de Bitte laden Sie sich auch meine App "Buddha-Blog" aus den Stores von Apple und Android.
Remember when your mother used to tell you that just because everyone's doing it doesn't mean it's the right thing to do? Well, today's show is all about that. Scott Markowitz has been working in post-production as an editor for decades and he is on a mission to inform people that a simple switch he did (away from the industry standard software he'd been using for years) has increased his efficiencies drastically and helped him deliver in record time. Key Takeaways How to pitch yourself outside of your niche audience Changing your software might speed up your post-production workflows About Scott Markowitz After decades of working in the TV and Film industries as a top session editor, Scott Markowitz discovered that trading his happiness for money was no longer acceptable. That's when he decided to open his video studio. Now, that path has led him to discover another passion: teaching. In This Episode How Scott markets to his niche but still gets work outside of it [08:33] Why does the post-production industry keep things so complex [17:43] The best software to use to streamline the process [21:03] Why you should start out with Final Cut Pro and the learning curve with switching platforms [27:25] What is Reinvention Studio Lab and how can you find out more about Scott [31:42] Quotes “I get stuff away from people‘s heads down to their heart… They're more malleable that way. They're more, you know, gushy, and they're ready to get sold.” [16:18] “It's not the technical aspects of what you're doing that makes you special; it's the creative and artistic aspect of what you do.” [21:03] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Register for the Onward Summit (October 2022) Reinvention Studio Lab Find Scott Markowitz online Follow Scott on Facebook | Instagram Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Additional Links Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Automating a process is easy. But understanding which process is the right candidate for automation is more difficult than most people think. Also, not every process is the right candidate to be hosted inside an ERP. By the same token, not every process can be as ad-hoc as RPA. There is one category that is in between the enterprise-wide cemented processes of ERP and ad-hoc processes automated by RPA technologies. It's called workflow automation. Workflow automation inherits approval and transaction elements of ERP and ad-hoc elements of RPA. And that's perhaps why the workflow automation category is so hot. But which processes are the right candidate for workflow automation technologies?In today's episode, our guest, Ravi Vaidya, shares his insights into workflow technologies and where they fit in the enterprise architecture. He also compares several technologies such as iPaaS, BPM, P2P, and RPA, and why workflow automation deserves its own category. Finally, he compares several workflow technologies such as BoomiFlow, Microsoft Power Platform, and ServiceNow and how these technologies can help automate the ad-hoc processes that drive data and process issues in an organization.For more information on growth strategies for SMBs using ERP and digital transformation, visit our community at wbs.rocks or elevatiq.com. To ensure that you never miss an episode of the WBS podcast, subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform.
scott and dan just merged in Web (WiFi) Workflow for circuitpython and ESP32 (https://github.com/adafruit/circuitpython/pull/6685) which means that it's incredibly easy to start working with chips like the ESP32 which have excellent WiFi networking but do not have USB mass-storage. we want to have CircuitPython run on these chips but of course we ALSO want to have a great user experience for beginners, and being able to pop open a serial terminal or upload files via a browser's drag-n-drop capabilities would be sweeeeet. we pulled out an odroid go (https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid-go/) which was a popular ESP32 WROVER-based game console, and uploaded the code with esp32 loader (https://espressif.github.io/esptool-js/) . then we configured the AP and SSID password (https://docs.circuitpython.org/en/latest/docs/workflows.html) - this will be done more automatically in the future, for now its done manually with some REPL commands. Now when we visit the IP address displayed on the odroid's screen, it will let us immediately go to the built-in serial console that is also web-compatible! any repl commands are echoed on the display as well. next up we will try uploading files. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ ----------------------------------------- #adafruit #circuitpython #esp32
This weekend we've been noodling around with the new ESP32 support for circuitpython. The ESP32 doesn't have mass storage but it does have wifi, so we can use that as a way to connect to the REPL and also transfer files. This stuff is all very very new in circuitpy 8.x but there's a definition for the odroid go, and it's a handy board to use because it's got a screen and battery built in for wireless testing. We also wrote up a driver for the max17048 https://www.digikey.com/short/m5n5n47f a lipo battery gauge much like the LC709 that we use. it's even in stock! The Great Search - a non-sense-resistor Lipoly battery monitor replacement for LC709203 https://www.digikey.com/short/nqr9zf5b We've liked the LC709203 https://www.digikey.com/short/p2fpd502 for a while as a low-cost, no-sense-resistor-needed battery monitor. Sadly the TQFN version is obsolete https://www.digikey.com/short/p2fpd502 and we're using the BGA version https://www.digikey.com/short/7549bd81 for now but...it's also end of line! Let's source a low cost (less than $2 in qty), I2C, resistor-less, 1-cell lipoly monitor chip that we can use when we run out of our LC709s. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ ----------------------------------------- #deskofladyada #adafruit #electronics
Do you feel like you reinvent the wheel every time you create content? This might be a problem with your processes (or lack of!). In this episode, Kane Jamison from Content Harmony joins us to discuss streamlining your workflows and processes for content marketing.Content Harmony's data-driven workflow helps you build awesome briefs and optimize your content with our AI-driven topic model. If you're interested in learning how to build better content in half the time, then this episode is for you. Show notes at: https://tinymarketing.me/ep19Sign-up for Tiny Talks and you receive actionable marketing tips every Tuesday: https://tinymarketing.me/newsletter
Tim Davies calls himself “really an arranger that fell into orchestrating,” but that barely begins to describe the active and successful musical life that he leads. Born and educated in Australia, now based in Los Angeles, the Grammy-nominated and Annie-winning musician splits his time between orchestrating for features, television, and video games; composing his own scores; and conducting and arranging for orchestras all around the globe. Tim's film and TV credits as lead orchestrator and/or conductor include Frozen and Frozen 2, both Ant-Man movies, The Lego Movie 2, La La Land, Trolls, and The Peanuts Movie. He's prolific in the world of video games, including God of War, Infamous, Sims, the Resistance and Batman franchises, Spider-man, and Halo: Infinite. He's a busy conductor in concert halls and other live venues specializing in live to picture scores, and we haven't even mentioned all the special projects he's arranged for productions like the BBC Proms and Academy Awards. And if that wasn't enough, that pair of Grammy nominations were for his own big band recordings, where he not only composed the music, but played the drums, as well. Despite his busy schedule, Tim not only finds time to write extensively about his experience and approaches on his web site, timusic.net, but counts it as one of the most important things that he does. The series of articles about the craft of orchestration — complete with illustrated examples — numbers well into the dozens, and explores related subjects like conducting, jazz voicing, and — our favorite — music notation software. Philip Rothman and David MacDonald have a wide-ranging conversation with Tim in which all of those topics are explored. We start with Tim's early days as a student, where he made his own opportunities, and how his initiative and innate musicality combined with a relentless pursuit of practicality — along with a healthy dose of keyboard macros — has served him well as he worked his way to being one of the most sought-after professionals in the business. More on Scoring Notes: Dave Metzger, part 1: Arranging and orchestrating Dave Metzger, part 2: Workflow and tech
Тема выпуска dbt В гостях у подкаста `Data Coffee` Lead Data Engineer в компании NabuMinds — Никита Баканчев (LinkedIn, Telegram) Shownotes: 0:48 Кофе 1:32 Что такое dbt 2:56 Истинная сущность dbt 4:56 Что нужно сделать, чтобы он взлетел 10:06 Как это всё запустить 13:27 Где подводные камни 14:48 Миграция 17:00 Отличие core от cloud 19:53 Как понять, что пора 22:53 Степень зрелости проекта 25:24 Изменения в моделях 28:05 Отладка макросов 29:31 dbt test 31:25 lineage и dbt docs 35:19 Работа с разными DB 36:28 data quality и dbt 42:23 dbt community 44:42 Полезные dbt-пакеты 53:29 Легко ли слезть с dbt Обложка - dbt Сайт: https://datacoffee.link, канал в Telegram: https://t.me/datacoffee, профиль в Twitter: https://twitter.com/_DataCoffee_ Чат подкаста, где можно предложить темы для будущих выпусков, а также обсудить эпизоды: https://t.me/datacoffee_chat
Join Scott as he guest hosts Deep Dive. He'll talk web workflow and answer questions. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------
In this episode, our content matter experts describe how they identified and procured the necessary technology to facilitate remote work for medication history technicians. This included developing procedures for contacting patients/caregivers remotely to conduct medication history interviews, and training technicians on new technology and workflow and metrics related to the services. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
How Can I Improve My Photo Editing Workflow? Want To Know What I Do? Hi and welcome to Episode 131 of the Photography Explained podcast.Here is the answery bitI have been using using Lightroom since version 1.0. Yes I was there when Lightroom was unleashed on the world. And this is my workflow, step by step. I have no idea how long this will take me, but I am going to just go for it ok!You might want to go to the podcast website where you will find this script which you can read, copy, whatever you want. Just head over to the Photography Explained Podcast website.Before I go on, I also use• Photoshop to remove stuff I can't remove in Lightroom.• Luminar when I need to change the skyAnd that is it. If I can process a set of images without using Photoshop I am happy. Nothing against Photoshop, it is just that I am not a fan. And I only change the sky when I need to, which is more often than I would like as I am here in England where the weather can be, erm, rubbish.Sorry – one more thingI am an architectural, construction and real estate photographer. This is how I process my commercial images. For my personal work, travel, and landscape photography, I do much the same but allow myself some freedom and give myself time to play. So things get a little bit funkier, but not too funky.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What's next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 132 - Do I Need New Photography Gear? My Common Sense Check That Says Probably Not.Get your question answered.This is what my podcast is all about, answering your photography questions. So please get in touch with your question, and not only will I answer your question, but I will give a shout out on that episode, which is nice. And better than me giving me a shout out!! Just head over to photographyexplainedpodcast.com/start.Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.· Rate and review my podcast· Subscribe· Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast Support the show
ANDREA DARABOS and STEFAN MORALES are founding members of a/sync, a company offering experiential learning programs to help teams and their managers achieve focus and flow. In this interview we talk about why being deliberate about how we use our time is critical to good collaboration and what the skills are for resetting how your team collaborates. For more stories, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com.
Our guest today has helped 48 entrepreneurs scale to 7 figures per year (from scratch). He's helped 68 business owners generate multiple 6-figures per month, And! He's helped several brands reach 8-figures per year. So, of course, we had to get him on the Podcast! It's true that Damien Watts (Infused Traffic Media) is doing more than a few things right, but listen today to glean takeaways that will tip you over the edge and into the success and scalability you've been working toward. “This is what most people lack. They lack the workflow processes. They lack scalability. They lack backend systems. They lack team members. So we come in, and we give them all of these things within that full-service package so that we can maximize the income potential.” Damien Watts YOUR ENGAGEMENT MATTERS Thank you to our listeners for the 5-Star Reviews and meaningful messages! This Podcast has gone above and beyond what we expected, and we have YOU to thank for that. It makes a difference when you follow us (and leave a review) on Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-smart-marketer-podcast/id1522629407) or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. We'd also love it if you repost this episode to your social media, share your favorite episodes with friends, and be sure to tag us in your next post, #WeOutHere. Have questions? Please send us an email at email@example.com, and don't forget to… Serve the World Unselfishly and Profit Links: Damien Watts, https://www.linkedin.com/in/damienwatts/ Molly Pittman, https://mollypittman.com/ Smart Marketer, https://smartmarketer.com/ The Smart Marketer Agency, https://smartmarketer.com/agency/ Infused Traffic Media, https://www.infusedtrafficmedia.com/new-1
Man kann im Workflow immer besser werden. Und schneller. Und überhaupt. Das kann man so optimieren, dass man sich überlegen muss, ob das Auslagern der Nachproduktion überhaupt sinnvoll ist. In diesem Spannungsfeld befinde ich mich gerade und ich mache es mir nicht leicht, weil der Workflow immer besser wird. Also: Schau mir gerne über die Schulter, wenn du die Zeit für die Nachproduktion auch dramatisch verringern willst.
Do you have an automation test that requires you to test the sending emails and create user accounts workflows? How about testing SMS? In this episode, Jack Lawrence, a cofounder of Mailinator, and Brooks Nelson, the head of Mailinator's Business Development, will share how to test your email delivery systems without risking sending them to a real-life audience. Discover how to use the Mailinator API to send emails and to send and receive SMS to test code at the development and QA Testing stages, using frameworks like Selenium, Cypress, Playwright, Puppeteer, and more.
This week, we talk about doing cat stuff, microdefects, and context specificity. Workflow is about smoothing the path between Knowing and Done, so the Doing needs to be as easy as possible. Solving one problem can create other problems, but hey, you can't find opportunities without a little chaos.This week's podcast is sponsored by Favro! It's our workflow management tool of choice because we do highly collaborative project based work. Favro lets you design workflows that make sense for the work, not for the tool. If you want to spend less time managing your workflow management, check out Favro with this link: https://www.favro.com/bscotch00:00 Intro01:40 Thanks to our supporters! (https://moneygrab.bscotch.net)02:17 Stray (https://stray.game/)09:05 Aesthetic vs mechanical experience16:42 Talon Voice (https://talonvoice.com/)35:35 Sponsored by Favro! (https://www.favro.com/bscotch)Questions answered (abbreviated):40:36 OopkooPadwinna: This could be too niche for the podcast so would you consider doing a devlog on the architecture of the Game Changer? What are your future plans for it?Other things mentioned: Sam's Talon Voice repo: https://bit.ly/sam-talon Jen's Talon Voice repo: https://bit.ly/jen-talon Josh W. Comeau on Hands-free Coding: https://bit.ly/comeau-handsfree To stay up to date with all of our buttery goodness subscribe to the podcast on Apple podcasts (apple.co/1LxNEnk) or wherever you get your audio goodness. If you want to get more involved in the Butterscotch community, hop into our DISCORD server at discord.gg/bscotch and say hello! Submit questions at https://www.bscotch.net/podcast, disclose all of your secrets to firstname.lastname@example.org, and send letters, gifts, and tasty treats to https://bit.ly/bscotchmailbox. Finally, if you'd like to support the show and buy some coffee FOR Butterscotch, head over to https://moneygrab.bscotch.net.★ Support this podcast ★
The document capture and workflow specialists at Digitech Systems have been at this game a long time—25 years, to be exact. The company's developers were among the first to add AI algorithms to a capture platform, and they have continued to innovate. Hear what Christina Robbins, Director of Strategic Communications at Digitech Systems, has to share about the state of AI and RPA in workflow platforms, and where she thinks software innovation is headed next.
Sue Highmoor, Document Manager at UKCloud, joins us in this episode of Knowledgebase Ninja Podcast to share insights on documentation process workflow and innovations in documentation tracking.
Hint: It's Not All About Technology . In this episode, host Michael Marchuk talks with Chris Byers about a recent industry study on the state of digital maturity in workflow automation. This report highlighted a number of findings related to the investments needed to advance maturity as well as the various industries that are lagging behind on their digital transformation journeys. The way people work is shifting, and customer preferences are changing. Organizations that aren't as digitally mature see negative impacts on productivity, employee retention, and customer satisfaction. Listen in to discover how to move forward in your transformation journey. . Here's what we talked with Chris about: * Reported gaps that are inhibiting digital maturity growth * Which industries are making the biggest strides and which ones are lagging behind (and why) * How customer experience is impacted by digital maturity in automation . To ensure that you never miss an episode of Transform NOW, be sure to subscribe!
It's time to talk about sharing your Podio data outside of Podio…and in this awesome episode we welcome back returning champion Pete Cuff from Future Solutions.This is a great episode, as we always talk about the power of Podio….but what happens when you want to take that data and share it with outsiders (contractors, customers…you name it).In this episode Pete and Jordan talk about some of the ways you can share your Podio data with outsiders, and particularly focus on the pros and cons of each method.If you have data in Podio you want to share with anyone outside of your Podio system – this is the option for you (also check out Jordan's recent masterclass on this subject where you can see some examples on your screen).Show Links:Check out Pete's amazing Podio consultancy at https://futuresolutionsonline.co.uk/Have you checked out our Podio Masterclass (https://www.wearegamechangers.com/category/podio-masterclass/)? Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/JordanFlemingGamechangers) to get notified of new videos.Please don't forget to leave us a review and subscribe to the Podcast and if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming show please register your interest at https://bit.ly/supercharged-guest
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: There are 5 Moments of Learning Need. We design for Performance first. People can learn while working. Get more resources for this episode here: AskJeremyJones.com/256
Many wedding photographers feel overwhelmed and some even experience burn out during the wedding season. Can you relate? Do you struggle with delivering photo galleries on time to your clients during the wedding season? Well, it might just be time to improve your post-wedding workflow and I am going to show you how! Show notes: Episode 33 Instagram: @aidaglowik
After a long hiatus, due to the pandemic, I've recently started going to the cinema again, and it feels great. There's something about seeing a film in a festival, actually in person, that feels extravagant…even if you have to still wear a mask.Because, when you're at a festival, you get to see the filmmakers in person, and often the actors or subjects too. It's just exciting. You feel like you're part of something.The most recent film I got to see was at the Hot Docs International Film Festival, and it's called Nalvany. It's a documentary that was following Nalvany, if you don't know, the unofficial opposition leader to Russia…a politician who might be able to beat Putin, if he was given a chance, perhaps if he was let out of jail. The film is amazing, and you should totally find it. And I'm not going to spoil it for you, in case you don't read the news. But it is a shocking, exciting film.After seeing this film, I felt inspired all over again. And it got me thinking about how to tell a great story. What kinds of secret sauce goes into collecting of these kinds of stories that we all love to hear.Now because you're here, and we're having this conversation, I'm going to let you in on a couple secrets about making documentaries. There are a few Golden Rules that we follow. And these rules work for both filmmakers and audio storytellers, podcasters, like me....and one of these rules is: Always Be Recording. ABR.What that means, on a practical level, is that you turn on whatever recording recording device you're working with, so sound, or video, you turn it on well before the thing that you're actually are going to record, if it's an event or an interview. . So whatever that thing is that you're about to capture, if it has an actual moment, like an event, or even an interview, you turn the tape before you open the door, before you start the phone call, before you go and meet the person. Down the road and around the corner, kind of thing. No where near the story. Always Be Recording.And then, that means that you capture the doorbell ringing, the door opening, the sound of voices greeting each other. The footsteps walking in or out. The sound the phone makes when it hangs up or picks up. The words that you say just before and just after…those words might seem unimportant, but dollars to donuts, the often make it in the final thing.It this feels awkward, push through.In the end, what you get is both a blessing and a curse...it racks up to hours upon hours of footage. But stick with it.When I came back from Antarctica, I had over 100 hours of raw tape. And that boiled down to just over two hours and a bit hours of finished story.At first glance, you could think that most of it was useless stuff...there were days upon days when I recorded everything, which seemed very interesting in the moment, but not so much after after.But then later, you find yourself needing a scene to establish in the story, you need to start somewhere, you need to get the ball rolling and have a moment of pause before the moment begin. Because there's something about un-produced sound effects feel much more real: An actual door opening, the beep of an elevator, the sound of shoes scuffing a hotel carpet floor. These details are so small that they are almost invisible. They can be the magic that pulls people into a story. Because, it's real. It happened. And you were there. That's the proof, it's right there. And using this sound helps people see the things. Even when it's on radio.So this story you're about to listen to, Always Be Recording, was recorded when I met up with Alice Rhuweza at a hotel in Washington DC. It was a follow-up interview, after we had returned from our trip.And you can decide if this is this a story about nothing...A Seinfeld moment, or whether this set up, this scene, leaves you very curious for what happens next? Because now, you feel you're in the room too. This story first appeared in my newsletter, Audio Love. To subscribe, follow the link in the show notes. Or google: Audio Love Newsletter.Thanks for listening. I'm Samantha Hodder.
Traveling from room to room and floor to floor in a clinical or hospital setting is already exhausting enough. But bringing a heavy and uncomfortable workstation around brings the effort to another level. So nurses want something that's functional, mobile, and easy to use. That way, they can easily bring workstations wherever needed to improve patients outcomes. Joe Hillebrand and Steven Gapski from Altus join Reid Estreicher and the Beyond the Device Podcast to discuss how Altus-Inc. healthcare workstations and carts increase mobility in clinical environments. Altus designed carts are built for clinical environments that are ergonomically friendly, easily hold computers, keyboards, and other tools used for data recording, management, and gathering so that nurses can get the vitals of patients from their bedside or in the ER without the need to travel back to the nurse's station to manually input the information.
Almost titled “perfecting your process” this episode goes over the high level planning that goes into keeping your jobs moving smoothly through your workflow, from booking to shipping, with as little error as possible. But you know us, nothing is really perfect and everything can be tweaked, so instead of focusing on perfection, we hope this episode inspires you to simply work on your workflow. This is a topic near and dear to our hearts lately as we both experience the growing pains of what it's like to take on more work without strict workflows and risk the consequences of human error. We've supported each other through late night reprints, several reorders of materials, and even a journey across state lines to correct a miscalculation while on holiday! If there's anything the past month has taught us… it's that process is everything! If there's a step in your workflow that you find to be critical to keep things running smoothly, we'd love to hear about it! Email us at email@example.com or hit us up in our DMs on instagram LINKS: Honeybook Dubsado *these links are affiliate links and support the podcast. If you would like more information on either client management system, please reach out!
Angela is joined by Lacy Curtis, the owner of The Woven Agency and An ADD Woman to discuss how she uses a standing desk to improve her workflow, and why it works especially well when you're working at home with kids. She also provides tips on how to work from home when the family is there, how she manages planning in advance, and when she first noticed she had ADHD.
Nonprofit's have three challenges to their productivity and it can be boosted with attention to focus, flow and keeping genius as a priority. Learn more from TrueFreedom.ai and Sebastian Cruze.Watch this episode on video: https://vimeo.com/729749769This is a recent episode of The Nonprofit Show --the Nation's daily live streaming broadcast where the Nonprofit and Social Impact Community comes together. Each weekday the hosts and their guest experts cover current topics-- from money to management to missions. Thanks to our generous nonprofit sector supporters you will find over 300 special learning episodes focused exclusively on nonprofits and social impact. Nonprofit Technology and Apps topics: https://bit.ly/Nonprofit-Technology Nonprofit Fundraising and Development topics: https://bit.ly/Nonprofit-Fundraising Nonprofit Marketing and Communications topics: https://bit.ly/Nonprofit-Marketing-and-Comms Nonprofit Boards and Planning topics: https://bit.ly/Nonprofit-Boards Nonprofit Management and Staffing topics: https://bit.ly/Nonprofit-Management Connect to The Nonprofit Show: https://bit.ly/The-Nonprofit-Show Listen to us on your favorite podcast channel: https://bit.ly/NonprofitShow-Podcasts The American Nonprofit Academy https://bit.ly/AmericanNonprofitAcademy provides our Nation's nonprofit social impact community collective News, Inspirations, and Training.If you lead or work for a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3), social impact or service organization, or are thinking of starting a nonprofit--, The Nonprofit Show is an excellent resource of current nonprofit information and operating strategies to make your social impact amazing. Each weekday there are new guest experts and thought leaders on the fast-paced 30-minute LIVE show—with topics ranging across nonprofit boards, foundations, grant funding, volunteer managers, donor relations, fundraising experts, NPO marketing, grant writers, philanthropy donors, nonprofit legal and tax professionals, CFRE info, nonprofit software and nonprofit apps providers, Nonprofit CRM programs, charity tax expertise, virtual galas, charity auctions, online nonprofit charity event programs, social impact strategic planning, fundraising and fund development, fiscal sponsorships, capital campaigns, community impact analysis, donation management, nonprofit jobs, nonprofit HR, nonprofit classes and training, global NGO organizations, as well as nonprofit sector Thought Leaders.#fundraising #nonprofit #socialimpact
Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for Spot On Insurance Patrick Zerarka is the Founder & CEO of EzyTise, a company that provides automation software with a particular focus on small businesses and sales organizations. Contrary to most automation software, their goal isn't to replace the human aspect of your service, but to automate otherwise mundane or repetitive tasks such as checking email for leads. Patrick has over 20 years of experience managing small business operations and holding executive positions within independent insurance agencies. He specializes in software development, strategy optimization, and lead nurturing. Patrick joins us to discuss how EzyTise provides seamless automation without removing the human aspect of your business. He shares what it was like growing up in France and the transition he made when he moved to the United States. He explains the importance of automation when scaling a business and why it's not the end-all, be-all solution to your organization's process troubles. Patrick also describes the difficulty of being a new brand in an already large industry and why he believes most CRMs are outdated. "The best automation is the simplest automation you can do." - Patrick Zerarka Today on Spot On Insurance: Growing up in France and why they moved to the United States How Patrick went from working for Pfizer to working in insurance The future for independent insurance agents Why businesses should scale for the future How automation boosts a company's ability to grow and scale Why Patrick believes most CRMs in the industry are outdated The services their company offers beyond automation Case studies of agencies using their platform The processes involved in onboarding a new client Why branding is still an issue for their company Key Takeaways: Every business has a different business model, even if they sell the same thing. You can't scale without automation, but automation isn't the solution to everything. Commissions have been diminishing for the past 10 years. The insurance industry is all about relationships. Resources Mentioned: Zapier Ep. 257: Luis Pino: Increasing Agencies' Revenue with Intuitive Software Connect with Patrick Zerarka: EzyTise EzyTise on LinkedIn Patrick Zerarka on LinkedIn This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!
In today's solo episode I share a practical breakdown for capturing amazing raw footage on a “no-budget” production. Even if you are working as a one person crew without traditional resources, it's possible to achieve strong production value - this episode explains how to get there.Throughout the show, I unpack everything from choosing the right camera to the embracing available light. I also share anecdotes and workflows from my latest feature film, which is being shot using the same unconventional tactics outlined in this episode.To learn more about no-budget filmmaking, pick up the No-Budget Filmmaking Blueprint here: https://noamkrollacademy.com/products/no-budget-feature-film-blueprint
My guest on the show today is Maddy Mahairas She is a returning guest, so check out https://www.lightdarkco.com/podcast/44 (episode 44 about the power of encouragement) after this one. She's wedding photographer based in Tampa Florida and specializes in church worship photography too. And Today we're talking about how you can create an workflow that saves you time and allows you to scale your business. This episode is sponsored by Freedom Edits. Get 30% off your first order by going to https://www.lightdarkco.com/freedom (lightdarkco.com/freedom) When you receive a new lead, immediately send a text to connect unless they say that they prefer to communicate through email. Don't be discouraged when you receive a lead who's just looking for prices. Consumers only know what they are given and prices are usually given in consumer products so that's what they have to begin with. Ask questions to allow them to talk about themselves. Listen to them and learn about who your clients are. Don't just ask how they got engaged or what their wedding colors are. Have some photo inspiration and even some date night inspiration to share with them throughout the planning process. As you are taking photos throughout the day, you can rate images in-camera so that your same day and next day sneak peeks are rated and ready to be edited without having to look through all of your photos. You can use those rated images for your sneak peek gallery, and for creating a blog post. Find Maddy at https://instagram.com/maddness.photography (Instagram.com/maddness.photography) https://www.maddnessphotography.com/ (maddnessphotography.com) What Are We Loving? What Maddy is loving: Book - https://amzn.to/3bQBYpM (Forgiving what you can't Forget) - Lysa TerKeurst What John is loving: TV Show - https://www.netflix.com/watch/81227938 (Stranger Things Season 4 Part I) (Netflix) We record each episode LIVE in our Facebook group and we would love to connect with you there. You can join at https://www.facebook.com/groups/lightdarkpodcast (Light + Dark Photography Podcast Group) on Facebook. Follow us at https://www.instagram.com/lightdarkco (www.instagram.com/lightdarkco) https://www.instagram.com/allheartphoto (www.instagram.com/allheartphoto)
Join us at the Ladies of the Mill Summit - Nashville - July 21 & 22 (https://www.ladiesofthemill.com/) Live, hands-on course using anaxgum pink composite and PREAT Corp. implant components to create lifelike gingiva on implant prosthetics - During LOTM on Saturday July 22 (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pink-esthetics-with-anaxgum-at-the-ladies-of-the-mill-summit-registration-314758911377) We love our stories of family taking over the family lab. One such family is the Perricone's. Andrew Perricone grew up in his mother's lab. Even after going to dental technology school, Andrew still started in the model room and worked his way up. Getting involved early in digital, Andrew knew it was the future. Now running GPS Digital Dental Lab (https://gpsdental.com/), Andrew talks about the history of the lab, staying relevant with technology, and the next thing GPS is working on to take the lab to the next level of success. The fastest growing product at Gro3X (https://www.gro3x.com/) are the Gro3X Aligners. Gro3X Aligners are only available from Gro3X Aligner certified labs: Why? Because they believe in the synergies that are being created between you, the dental office, and your lab. And they want to further leverage these synergies. Their aligners are used as a pre-treatment to a larger restorative esthetic case, to widen gaps prior to placing implants, to close a diastema, ease crowding, and simply enhance your patient's smiles. Even for your Essix retainer needs your Gro3X aligner certified lab can help. Look for a Gro3X Aligner certified lab near you, such as Castle Dental Lab (http://www.castlelab.com/) in San Antonio, TX (ask for Blaine), AMK Dental Lab (https://www.amkdentallaboratory.com/) in O'Neill, NE (ask for Anne), Staggs Dental Lab (https://www.facebook.com/staggsdental) in McCoole Maryland (ask for Derrick), AA Dental Design (https://www.aadentaldesign.com/) in Murrieta, CA (ask for Frankie), and many, many more… For a complete listing of Gro3X Aligner Certified Labs go to www.gro3x.com There are 3D Print resins for models that do a decent job, then there is Whip Mix (https://www.whipmix.com/) VeriModel OS. Dr. Michael Scherer, a prosthodontist from Sonora, CA says “Whip Mix VeriModel OS is one of the finest model resins I have ever worked with. It's amazing”. The popular resins offer the dental laboratory a high quality, smooth surface finish, extreme precision, reliable accuracy, and fine detail. They can be used in 385 and 405 nanometer printers, and are compatible with silicone-base separators. VeriModel OS print resins are available in Ivory (https://www.whipmix.com/products/verimodel-os-ivory-dental-resin/), Golden Brown (https://www.whipmix.com/products/verimodel-os-golden-brown-dental-resin/), Grey (https://www.whipmix.com/products/verimodel-os-grey-dental-resin/), and White (https://www.whipmix.com/products/verimodel-os-white-dental-resin/) colors for any model application. For more information, call (800) 626-5651, or visit www.whipmix.com. Special Guest: Andrew Perricone.
Chapters00:00 - Introduction02:54 - 21 Plug-ins 05:44 - Workflow Tools07:05 - Getting The Balance Right11:24 - EQ And Saturation21:22 - Parallel Processing The Drums28:38 - Using Saturation On Vocals35:07 - Adding And Automating Echo47:06 - Getting Started With SoundtoysSoundtoys BiogBased in Burlington Vermont, USA, Soundtoys (formerly Wave Mechanics) was founded in 1996 by Ken Bogdanowicz, the DSP effects designer behind the legendary H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer and the DSP4000 line of hardware signal processors from Eventide. Soundtoys develops world-class, creative signal-processing software for audio production, mixing, and sound design.Soundtoys users include Mike Dean, David Sitek, James Blake, Ariel Borujow, Jamie Lidell, Greg Wells, Dave Pensado, Tony Maserati, Tim Kelley, and Blake Mills.https://www.soundtoys.com/Sam Inglis BiogEditor In Chief Sam Inglis has been with Sound On Sound for more than 20 years. He is a recording engineer, producer, songwriter and folk musician who studies the traditional songs of England and Scotland, and the author of Neil Young's Harvest (Bloomsbury, 2003) and Teach Yourself Songwriting (Hodder, 2006).https://www.soundonsound.com
In Episode 288, Ben and Scott tour the OneDrive Sync Reports preview, talk about some new assessments available from the PNP project for SharePoint 2013 Workflow discovery and SharePoint Syntex, and then close out with a preview feature in Azure Storage which allows you to provision up to 5,000 storage accounts per region per subscription. Like what you hear and want to support the show? Check out our membership options. Show Notes Calling macOS Admins: OneDrive Sync Reports are in Public Preview! OneDrive sync reports in the Apps Admin Center Microsoft 365 Assessment tool SharePoint 2013 Workflow Assessment SharePoint Syntex Assessment How Microsoft Teams uses AI and machine learning to improve calls and meetings Logi Dock: First Impressions Azure DNS zone endpoints (preview) About the sponsors Intelligink utilizes their skill and passion for the Microsoft cloud to empower their customers with the freedom to focus on their core business. They partner with them to implement and administer their cloud technology deployments and solutions. Visit Intelligink.com for more info.
System creation is an integral part of producing and packaging product especially as volume increases. We dedicate a lot of time and attention to helping us perform these tasks as seamless as possible. Today we talk about some of those systems and how we approach our system creation. Also, Tre is gone and Elijah knows some John Wayne facts. Get our Kombucha delivered to your door! visit us on our store to order here! Check out our Patreon for exclusive content and extended interviews! Also make sure to stop by the online merch store to buy some Thrive merch! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thrivekombucha/message
Ken is the Co-Founder and CEO at Tango, a platform that allows users to create beautiful step-by-step tutorials of any process with an aim at increasing your company's CX. During the pandemic, Ken and his partners decided to drop out of Harvard Business School to found Tango They've ever since, grown their business to 50,000+ customers and have been recognized multiple times as the #1 Product of the Day/Week on Product Hunt, and 2022's most popular Chrome Extension. Key Takeaways. How the three friends; Ken, Dan and Brian's shared passion in team performance led them to work together in starting TangoInformation sharing. Why working as a team in an organization is important for flawless information flowKnowledge management. Trying to brainstorm some of the best way that an organization can create, share and store collective knowledge for future useBuilding Tango; A tool that creates better teaching and learning experience for people involved in documentation and the people receiving itOvercoming the barriers that an organization faces when trying to adapt to new ways of serving its customersUsing Tango for improved customer service, product walkthroughs, support teams and organizational teamwork Connect with Ken LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kenbabcock/ Website - https://www.tango.us/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/bigredbabz?lang=en
There are many ways to communicate our love and appreciation to others. One of which is through sending them greeting cards. We strive to achieve deeper connections despite the world becoming increasingly digital. Greeting cards can reach spaces we can't physically go to while giving an extra human and personal touch. In this episode, we talk to Kate Smith, the owner of the Kate Smith Company. She shares how she broke into the greeting cards industry, which led to her running a business with her husband. Kate is on a mission to make other people happy. She also recalls how they managed their business while constantly traveling around in their RV. Listen to the episode if you want to know how to combine your creative pursuits into an RV lifestyle. 3 Reasons to ListenLearn how Kate got into greeting cards and started the Kate Smith Company Discover why and how Kate transitioned into the RV lifestyle Reflect on the importance of bringing joy to others in any way we can Resourceshttps://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Workweek-Escape-Live-Anywhere/dp/0307465357 (The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich) by Tim Ferris Join Kate's https://www.katesmithcompany.com/making-humans-smile-signup#:~:text=A%20very%20non%2Dexclusive%20club,little%20things%20can%20change%20everything. (Making Humans Smile Club) 1960 Film https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054195/ (Pollyanna) Use the https://www.katesmithcompany.com/blog-content/the-magical-puffy-face (magical puffy face) to make others smile About KateKate Smith finds the good, the funny, and the happy in everything. With this mission, she and her husband Ryan run the Kate Smith Company, an art licensing business focusing on greeting cards. Kate wants to help people see the simple joys all around them through the art she makes on some greeting cards, stationery, and gift products. If you'd like to reach out to Kate, check out the Kate Smith Company https://www.katesmithcompany.com/about (website) and https://www.instagram.com/katesmithcompany/ (Instagram). Episode Highlights[06:18] How Kate Got into Greeting CardsKate used to work in advertising and treated her boss's encouragement as permission to pursue her business idea. She started writing greeting cards on folded pieces of paper and persevered even if things didn't look good initially. Kate launched a collection of 50 cards at the National Stationery Show in New York. Target and Recycled Paper Greens discovered her work. A year later, Target featured her collection. Kate was very artistic as a kid and joined coloring contests when she was young. She came from an artist family, and her mom supported her. [11:47] The Greeting Cards IndustryThere's a decline in the industry, but millennials are bringing it back by sending cards. Kate observed how COVID was an incredible moment for greeting cards because cards could reach places humans could not. There's always relevance for communication and words. As long as language remains vital in the world, greeting cards will still have a place in it. There are more human ways to communicate that you don't get through digital. Digital enables us to stay in touch with family and loved ones, but it leaves you wanting. [12:36] “COVID actually was a wonderful moment for greeting cards. Greeting cards could get into hospitals, greeting cards could get into nursing homes, greeting cards could get into places that humans could not get into.” - https://ctt.ec/q4pUa (Click Here To Tweet This)[19:53] Kate's Work Flow in the RVKate prefers to stay a little longer in the places they visit, enabling her to get a better vibe of the community. She thinks it's a bit tough because the RV functions as many rooms depending on the occasion, and it's hard to separate them. Kate found many benefits from memberships in co-working spaces or going to coffee shops and RV clubhouses. They help her focus and separate where she works from...
Today's episode is for all our photographers out there!! Today we have the incredible Cassidy Lynne on the show chatting about ALL things photography. We polled YOU - our podcast listeners - in our Heart & Hustle Facebook group to get these questions for Cassidy and you DELIVERED THE GOODS!! Cassidy answered questions like: how do you brand your photography business to stand out from the competition? And How do you break into the destination photography industry? As well as how to set up a successful styled shoot and the breakdown of her entire client workflow from start to finish. It's a meaty episode and we know you're gonna walk away with LOADS of info, so bring a notebook! Show notes: https://theheartuniversity.com/URL Slug256-photography-qa-destination-work-editing-styled-shoots-client-workflow-with-cassidy-lynne Buku: www.bukuship.com/heartandhustle For a free 7-day trial! HoneyBook: share.honeybook.com/heart In addition to a FREE 7-day trial, get 50% off your first year of HoneyBook, a $200 value!! Follow along with Cassidy: https://www.instagram.com/cassidylynne Oh Shoot! Podcast www.tiktok.com/@cassidylynnephoto If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity